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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
.Mr. Alva lii.trvcs h out again after a few days' iHius,. mn' J'- lias ueen very sii k tins vk of J;l grippe. Drink Untie of J lot Tom. O. Spradlin was a business visitor to llicknian Tuesday. IV. V. A. Xailling went to Hickman Tuesday to see a patient. Drink a bottle of Hot Tom. Mrs. 13. F. Iorin h visiting relatives and friends in Middle Tennessee. W. Pickard returned Tuesday from a visit with relatives at Waverly. 1 Fancy Baskets at Kirkland's. J. 3. Henderson, of Kenton, was a business visitor to the city Tuesday. Mr. John Andrews, of Troy, was a business visitor in the cily Monday. Call 150 for coal of any kind. Mrs. Cha. JI. Cobb visited the family of her parents in Dresden this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Pearson, of Mar tin, were shopping in the city Saturday Fine Spanish mackerel at Burdiek's, Mr. and Mrs. W C. Cloar, of Troy were in the city Saturday shopping. -Mrs. Mabry Cutler is in the ofiiee assisting Dr. J. D. Carlton with the clients. Fancy Box Candies, 35c to $.3.00, at JvirKianu g. Capt. J, W. Walker, of Number Seven, was a business visitor in the city , last Friday. Mr. Gardner Bryant and sister, Mrs, J i. A., Roberts, of Polk, were in the city Monday shopping. forester & forester will always give you a square deal in real estate. Mrs. J. F. Moore and Mrs. B. F Gabby, of Hickman, were in the city last Saturday shopping. James Spradlin, of . San Antonio, j.ex., is in tne city for a few days' visit with friends and relatives. Five-gallon lard cans at 2oc each at Burdiek's. Miss Cecile Barnes, of Hickman, Ky., has been the pretty visitor of Miss Ruth McConnell the past week. Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Bacon, of the vicinity near Shuck's Switch, were in the city last Monday shopping. Candy, good enough for anyone, 20c per pound, at Kirkland's. Mr. Joint W. Bransford shipped his furniture and household foods this week to Cairo, and his headquarters will be in that city. Mrs. Bransford has been in Cairo for some time and the family will be located there. KirkLind's Cafe, for ladies and gerr Good coffee and good service. Jlr. mid Mrs. j. V . Harrison, recent ly of the countiy southeast of Hickman, but iow of the vicinity of Jordan; were in the city lat week shopping. Mr. Harrison is located on the farm recently vacated by S. T. Wade and family. Drink a bottle of Hot Tom. II W. J. Starnes, one of the good citi icns of the vicinity of Hives, was a very pleasant caller in the oflice Tuesday. Rev. C. C. Brown, of Obion, was in the city last week visiting his daughters, Airs. Win. Beckham and Mrs. Oscar Lovell. xou ve tried the rest, now try the oest jersey (Jream Flour Mr. Sidney Jackson, of Fowlkes, is a visitor in the vicinity of Old Fremont wkh his sister, Mrs. J. It, Vaught, and family. Mr. ham Chandler went to Forest City, Ark., this week to join Mrs. Chandler. They will return home in a few days. Kirkland's is the place to eat. Extra good coffee all the time. Chief of police, F. W. Purdue, and his assistants have seven arrests to their credit since the last report. The fines amounted to $05. , Mrs. Emm MeCaslin, " receutly of Kansas City, is in the city and will be here during the winter with her mother, Mrs. F. W. rreston. See Forester & Forester when in the market to buy farm lands, timbered lands or city property. Mrs. Alice Hickman, who is teaching ii the college at Dickson, arrived this week to spend the holidays at the home of her mother. Mrs. T. C. Hamilton. east of the city. Mrs. Hickman is a very popular instructor and is now filling her ninth successive appointment in the school at Dickson. Call 150 and get your coal and wood. Union City Ice & Coal Co. Uncle Billy Wilson, of Obion, was in the city last weVk visiting his old-time friend, W. S. Long, who has been suf fering for some time with rheumatism. Rev. W. S. Long, Jr., has been with his father for a couple of weeks. Mr. Long was somewhat improved this week, and the friends hope for continued improve ment. . "Old Eli" at Martin. The High School Dramatic Company presented "For Old Eli" at Martin last Friday night to a good house. The Martin people gave them a rousing re ception. 1 Biggest Yet. , T. F. Scott, who lives in the heart of the richest sectipn of the county, reports the yield of 15 barrels ofGould corn to the acre. . Mr. Scott is a very modest man and it was a very hard matter to get him to acknowledge the corn. This is, of course, an Obion County crop. Fay -Stockings Cadet Stockings Black Cat Stockings ft i" s r K f 4 . -,. , T 'Ttapson Glove Fitting Corset Amsrfcan Beauty Corset MOTE THESE EXTREME REDUCT ON All ' our Ladies' and Misses Co at Suits TOR THE- LIBAY TRADE. TO MAKE A CLEAN SWEEP WE HAVE CUT THE PRICES ONE HALF Few Fancy Dresses left during this sale we offer AT A BARGAIN Seven Deer Knocked Down. D. A. Edwards, Edwards Parks and II. McDowell have returned from the Mississippi hunting preserves with a record of seven' deer carcasses to their credit. They have been having good weather and good luck and a good time in camp. II. O. Head, Jr., left last week going to Nashville and from there to Sherman, Tex., to spend Christmas at the home of his parents, Judge and Mrs. Head. The friends are pleased to learn that little Allino Noah, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Noah, who has been quite sick for several days, is recovering. Kirkland's Cafe, for ladies and gents. Good coffee and good service. Mr. John Carman, whose headquarters as traveling salesman are at Dallas, Tex. is in the city visiting his parents, Mr and Mrs. Robt. Carman, and family. Mrs. J. It. Vaught, of the vicinity of Old Fremont, was a pleasant caller in the office Tuesday. Mrs. Vaught says that Mrs. Gis.li will close a very fine school there to-day. .. Fancy groceries, produce, fruits and candies. R. S. Godwin's new grocery. Mr. nfld Mrs. Bruce Kirkman, who were recently located in this city, have moved to the country south of Fulton, where they will reside. The many friends here wish them health and hap piuess. Coal and wood promptly delivered by the Union City Ice & Coal Co. Negro Shot. A row on Pumpkin Island last Fri day night resulted in the shooting of Charley Jenkins by Jeff Bryant. Jen kins was wounded in the lower bowels and the bullet ranged through and came out of the back Of body. Bryant was taken to jail and afterwards liberated on bond. Good Rsoad to the Lake. A call is made for all citizens in terested in a good road to the lake to meet at the courthouse the first Monday in January at 2 o'clock to organize and take such necessary steps as will ac complish this work. It is suggested by some that every man in Obion County bo asked to help in this matter and that it be built in one day by volunteers, citizens and committee. A Mistake. In our report of the JHetzel sheep and the cur' dogs last week we were misinformed. We stated that Mr. Dietzcl lost 12 sheep, which were, to gether with six dogs, buried in the same hole and at the same time. This was in part incorrect. Mr. Dietzel lost 17 sheep, which were buried as stated, but he failed to get the dogs. Mr. Dietzel doubtless felt like hang ing the guilty dogs and all other dogs. Wheeler-Vaden. T . T 1 IT 'I t. n II- iir. j. a. neeier anu miss same auen were united in marriage at Rives Sunday morning, and' after the ceremony drove to this city, taking din ner at the Corbitt House. They left on the evening train for Middle Tennessee. The young peoplo were accompanied by Miss Sallie Scott, Mr. Chas. Tody, Miss Tearl Tody, Mr. Will Garrigan and I Mr. Frank Vaden. The bride and groom aro very popu larly known and esteemed, and received the warmest congratulations. Tho flowers used in the decorations were smilax and carnations. The bride was dressod in a going-away gown of handsome brown. They entered the parlor under a festoon of lilies of the valley and smilax. Just as the wedding march began Rev. Lindsay entered, fol lowed by two attendants, Miss Scott and Mr. Toddy. Attention, Confederate Veterans. Warren McDonald Camp, No. 936, will meet in Union City, Tenn., at the City Hall, at 1 o'clock p. m., the first Monday in January, 1911. W. B. Stovall, Commander. R. W. Powell, Adjt. GIFT SUGGESTIONS Give her a Fancy Scarf in Chiffon Silk or Crepe de Chine; something in Neckwear, say a fancy. Jabot, or something in Drawn Work will answer just as well; I am not sure but an Automobile Veil would be the correct thing after all. We could add a half-dozen Handkerchiefs, hand embroidered; pair Kid Gloves; Leather Shopping Bag, something useful at all times; pair fine California Blankets; Automobile Lap Robe. OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT All Hats, trimmed and untrimmed, AT HALF PRICE. Few Willow Plumes we will close AT A BARGAIN. First COMUKT .....Union City. Cumberland Presbyterian Church. ' Christmas service, 11 a. in. Sanctus, Holyl Holy I " Invocation. , 1 Hymn 89. The Word of God. ' Hymn 211, Down the Ages Afar. Responsive Service, 42. Gloria Patri. Fraycr. , Offertory. Anthem. Tidings of Great Joy Adams." -Sermon Theme: "The Visit of the Wise Men." Hymn 4oo, Holy Night. Benediction. Organ Post-hide Selected. Drink a bottle of Hot Tom. When you want cypress fencing and boxing don't fail to call on J. F. Carpenter. Marriage Licenses. John D. Killion and Nellie Bly Jack son. J. B. Mitchell and Dora Nichols, Doss Finch and Abbey Cunningham. J. E. Waldrop and Georgia Paschal!. Earl Zaricar and Rettie Williams. Andrew Wheeler nd Sallie Vaden. -Lee Green and Lula Clymore. COLORED. Willie Muse and Annie Miles. Richard Thompson and Dieie Suggs. Frank Graham and Carrie Taylor. Henry Hayes and Lottie Rhoades. Bill Watkins and Mattie Rhoades. Teddie Cooper and Flossie Ford. John Rouey and Ava Roney. A. E. Cross and Emma Hicks. Chesley Hite and Edna Bell Forester. Hurt Rochelle and Emma Norton. John E. Bishop and Vera M. Dalton. Telephone Union City Ice & Coal Co. when you want coal right now. Good Things to. Eat FOR ALL OCCASIONS NOTIFY ,. - E. P. GRISSOM ' HIS STORE LEADS . AND IT'S A PLEASURE TO PLEASE YOU GROCERIES, BOTH STAPLE AND FANCY GOLD-STORAGE MEATS PRODUCE FRUITS CANDIES . All guaranteed. Phone us a trial order. We deliver. No order too small. No order too large. Can- Real Estate Transfers. W. E. Shropshire et al. to J. B die, 70 acres in No." 4, $4,209. B. F. Beakham to W. E. Shropshire, 30 acres in No. 4, $3,055. Ben Beckham to W. P. Rogers, 75 acres in No. 13, $8,625. J. A. Jackson et al. to W. E. Jack son, lot in No. 13, $5.00. W. E. Jackson to P. P. Burnett, lot in Union Cily, $1,000. P. P. Burnett and wife to W. E. Jackson, lot in Union City, $1,000. S. P. Harris and wife to ll. J. Jack son, 78 acres in No) 1, $7,841. ' J. K. Passmore and wife to G. C. Hazlerig, land in No. 10, $400. , G. C. Haelrig and wife to J. C. New- house, 12 acres in No. 16, $552. T. J. Easterwood and wife to B. G. Glover, lot in Union City, $300. G. W. Leigh and wife to Lillio Bean, 19 acres in No. 7, $850. E. T. Webb and wife to A. J. Corum, 33 acres in No. 11, $1,650. W. II. Nichols and wife to A. J. Co- rum, acres m iNo. 11, tfl.oO. L. 11. Thomas and wife to J. H. Thomas, Jr., lot in Union City, $465. Geo. Hardy et al. to Will Doan, lot in Union City, $100. Kalherine Rice et al. to W. A. For rester, 53 acres in No. 4, $1,500. W. P. Rogers and wife to J. H. Haynie et al., lot in Union City, $127. J. P. Wade and wife to R. P. White sell, 95 acres in JNo. 7, $3,000. J. M. Campbell to L. A. Ward, lot in Obion, $200. . . Can Fox and wife to L. A! Ward, lot in Obion, $20. ' ' Will Hogue et al. to L. A. Ward, lot in Obion, $125. J. L. Alexander and wife to Daniel Reeves, 81 acres in No. G, $2,250. Sarah E. Deen to W. R. Robinson, 110 acres in No. 5, $500. J. B. Caudle et al. to J. M. Long, 58 acres in Ito. 7, $3,320. Robt. Beavers and wife to J. "M. Honeycutt, interest in land in No. 2, $900. ' Tip Ransom to P. D. Hornbeak, land in No. 12, $50. W. P. Rogers and wife to D. A. Ed wards, threei lots in Union City, $100. W. R. Robinson to J. W. and Sarah E. Deen, 110 acres in No. 5, $500. W. N. Holt and wife to L. E. Davis, 120 acres in No. 5, $2,262. Geo. Smith et al. to J. S. Harmon and wife, 100 acres in No. 0, $500. .MISS McDEARMON ..Teacher of.. Studio 506 North Ury Street, near Public School. Telephone 286 J. C. BURDICK Wholesale and Retail Reelfoot Lake and Mississippi River Fish (Q Game Oysters in tv.-vion. Same old stand, near the ice factory. J. G. SAUNDERS Licensed Auctioneer Always ready. Phone 382 Union City, Tenn. DR. W. A. NAILLING PHYSICIAN and SURGEON 8:S(Mo9t.V)a. m. . 2 to 4 p. m. Office Hours: EYE. EAR NOSE AND THROAT. , Modern Electrical Treatment. Office Photie 100. Nnillinsr BuiMin Dr. J. E. Hudson DENTIST TELEPHONES t. Rooms I and 2, Nailling Building HAIR GOODS Full line Puffs, Switches, Pompadours, Curls and Rats. We also work up comb ing into everything desired on short notice. LEX1E McDAVIS 410 F. MAIN STREET. PHONE 431