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LOCAL AND PERSONAL sfrdl. Prices' We Are Making; the Following Prices for the Next Fifteen Days: Ladies' and 'Misses' $4.0.0 Oxfords, dj q jJ3 QQ 1911 styles, now ' . . . . . 1 . . - - - -- Ladies' and Misses'. $3. 00 Oxfords, 35 $2 50 1911 styles, now . . ... . Ladies' and Misses' $3.00 Oxfords, gj og &2 00 1911 styles, now V . , . . . . Ladies' and Misses' $2.50 Oxfords, gj .g q $1 50 1911 style, now . . . . . . . .. . ... - . Ladies' and Misses' $2.00 Oxfords, 85 CtS to $1.00 1911 styles, now . . . t . ... . . In this assortment you will find all the latest styles and leathers Gun Metal, Suede Satin and Romaine Silk. J We have 50 pairs of Ladies' $2.50 Patent Leather d ff Shoes that we are closing at, per pair,; P"Vj COBLES SON. Most stupendous celebration ever attempted in this section will be given by the Cairo Retail Merchants' Asso ciation, at Cairo, Illinois, July 4th and 5th. Glenn H. Curtiss The World Renowned Aviator, will make two flights each day in one of his famous Biplanes , ' Magnificent Fireworlis Display : Night of July; 4th, at a cost of thousands of dollars. Nine immense barges moored in Ohio River will serve as a platform from which a free display will be shown. Numerous Side Attractions Professional League Baseball Games both days. Automo bile Parades, Steamboat Excursions, Band Concerts. gpeclal Rates on ALL Boats. SLOdl IRailnroads Children's Night. Following is the program for chil dren's night at Whiteside on the night of June 25, 1911: Talk by pastor, Rev. V. B. Boston. Song by choir, "The Way of the Cross Leads Home." Prayer by pastor. Song by children, "Happy Beulah Land." Welcome address by Donald McBee. "The Doors of Daring," by Callie Canaday. i Recitation by Willie Stewart. "The Book of Life," by Lola For- roster. "A Good Friend," by Nancy Mai Johnson. Song by choir, "Go to Jesus With It All." XXIII Psalms, by six small girls. "If We Could Know." by Otha Jen nings. "Before it is Too Late," by Fannie Thurman. "Just Tell Mother I'll be There," by Rena Owens. "Don't You Think I'm Swegt,' by Lillian Arnold. "Satisfied, " by Nellie Mai Walker. : "Christ in the Garden," by Carrie Call is. "A Girl's Composition," by Wallace Frazior. Song by four, "Two Orphans." "A Gift of Flowers," by fourteen children, twelve girls and two boys. "God is Love, " by Corinne McRee. "Ho Smiled at Mother," by Sarah B. Case. , "The Christ Can Sympathize With Thee," by Alta B. Tate. Song, "Jesus Love Me," by two small girls. Recitation by Pearl Forrester. "The Reaper's Choice," by Carrie Callis. V "Totsy Tosy," by Louis Clark. Recitation by Minnie Louise Coolcy. Song by four, "Beside the Silver Sea. " "The Child in the Church Service," by two small children. Recitation by Reuben McRee. "Come Unto Me," by Mabel Owens. Song by children, "Long Ago in Old Judea." : , : Recitation by Gladys Rice. "What Little Ones Can Do," by eight small children. "Before it is Too Late," by Wallace Fra.ier. Recitation by Herman Owens. Recitation by Edd Frazier. , ' 'Temperance, " by two girls. "The LastHymn,"by Lena Hawkins. "The Poor and Sick," by five boys. Miss Nellie Nichols was a visitor in Troy Sunday. Messrs. Roper and Dyer Suudayed in Number Seven. Max Eberhart Sundayed with friends near Inglewood. Mr, Bumgarten, of Nashville, Sun dayed in the city. Miss Genevieve Nailling was a visitor in Mayfield this week. . Miss Stella Mays is at home from a visit to Trenton friends. Miss Eva Parks, of Trimble, is a caller in Union City this week. Mr. Morris Hawes is at home from another year in Vanderbilt. Mr. James Brown, of Memphis, was a Sunday visitor in the city. Mr. Vaughn, of Number Seven, was a business visitor here Tuesday. Miss Horner, of Nashville, is the guest of Miss Russell on Pierce street. Mrs. Scott Wiley, of Houser Valley, was a visitor in the city Monday. Services will be held at Inglewood Sunday with dinner ou the ground. ? W. C. Farris and H. P. Moss have returned from a trip to Nashville. Miss Marcella Davidson leaves this week to visit her brother in Texas. Mr. Clarence Latimer, of Jackson, was a business visitor in the city Mon day. Mr. Hazlebaker, after an absence of several months, has returned to Union City. " Russell Scheurer, who has been locat ed in St. Louis, is here visiting his parents. Mr. Gabe Long, of Memphis, is this week visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Long. Mr. Earl Barney has returned from Vanderbilt University to bo at home during vacation. Mr. Wright Phebus and children are the mid-week guests of Mrs. Chas. Moore, of Hickman. Mr. Bynum, of Memphis, knight of the road, was the Sunday guest of friends on Lilac street. Mr. Voorn Voorheis, of St. Louis was in the city this week visiting his mother and Bister on College street. Missh Lucile Morris is very sick with fever this week. The many friends of the young lady trust that she will soon be well. Mrs. F. W. Preston, we are glad to note, is recovering rapidly after a surgi cal operation by her physician, Dr. Watson. Whitesell Harpole will leave next week for St. Louis and Chicago, going to market for the purchase of new sup plies of furniture. J. C. Reynolds has returned from a visit to his father at Eureka Springs, Ark. The elder Mr. Reynolds is im proved after a few days illness. Misses Imogene and Kathleen Fowlkes and Miss Dawn Smith, of Dyersburg, were in the city this week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Burchard on Second street. ... ' Mrs. E. H. Thomasson, of St. Peters burg, Fla., is at present visiting the home of her sister, Mrs. Knox Everett, west of the city, and will spend the summer here, a portion of the time with tne family of her father, Cheatham, near Gibbs. Marriage Licenses. Chester Clanton and Jodie Rucker. D. C. Hamilton and Ruth Tankersley. J. E. Wright and Winnie Eledge. , A. Bradshaw and Emily Ingraham. Rolla Dawson and Eva Little. John McFarland and Myrtle Knight. G. C. Johnson and Ivey Ilolifield. , Zera Morris and May Neeley. COLORED. James Jones and Janie Peachtree. Will Bingham and Bertha Davis. ' W. O. W. Take Notice. - Saturday night, June 24, is our regu lar meeting night. Let every member try to be present, especially those in arrears. Lodge opens at 8 o'clock. Fraternally yours, ! F. R. Robertson, Clerk Olive Camp No. 243, W. O. W., Antioch. J.fR. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for their kindness and words of sympathy extended us during the illness and death of our dear baby boy. May the Lord ever bless them and spare them of such sorrows is our prayer. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Garrioas. "Pitcher or Jug," by Fate Tale. "He Leadeth Me." by Callie Canaday A prayer by the children. "Good Bye," by seven little girls. Recitation by Joe Taylor. " Recitation by Mamie McRee. Song by choir, "I Will Meet You in the Morning." Talk by superintendent. Prayer by pastor. mm GODWIN BROS. SOLE AGENTS FOR- Chase & Sanborn's Famous Boston-Teas and Coffees Bulte's Excellence Flour -AND- Ferndell Pure Food Products TELEPHONES 79 and 516 THE BUYERS' GUIDE AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY PROFESSIONAL CARDS REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE CARTER & WHITE Real Estate and Insurance - The oldest real estate firm in the county. We are in position to handle your business Frst Street, over Park cc Mct-utchan Union City Phone 77 LIVERY j REECE ALEXANDER m ...Liveryman.. .J ZZZ Swell Single Rigs Prices Reasonable : Telephone 311 Opposite operahouse lOffice of Dr. A. C. Mistier, Veterinary Surgeon.. ELECTRICIANS Harrison Electric Co. Headquarters for , Everything in , the Electric Way Telephone 277 Harrison Electric Co. TAILORS Notice to the Public: At any time you have an old garment you want made new, call 463. Not the best in town bin as good. Suits made to order, from $15 to $41. Goods called for and delivered to any part of the city. CHESTER CRAIG. Prop. WALLPAPER. PAINTING R. E. CRAIG Interior Decorating and House Painting Wallpaper and Room Moulding just Received Rear of City Recorder's Phnnft Aft A office-First Street rHUlIB 'rOO PHYSICIANS DR. W. A. NAILLING PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office Hours: 8:30 to 9:30 a. tu. 2 to 4 p. til. EYE, EAR NOSE AND THROAT. Modern Klectricnl Treatment. Office Phone 100. Nuillinsr Building JNO. B. ADERSON Physician and Ciirnronn OUI&bUUnimi Office Main street, at Red Star Drug Store t Office Phone 600 Residence 169. DENTAL Dr. J. EI. Hudson . HCMT1CT OFFICE 44S-2 RESIDENCE 449 TELEPHONES Rooms I and 2, Nailling Building REAL ESTATE. To the People of Union Gty and to My Friends Gene, ally Who, to Some Extent, I Take it. Are Interested More or Lesa in My Behalf: I take this method of announcing that I have decided fully to enter a gener al Real Estate and Collecting Btsineaa, under the name of Harris Real Estate & Investment Co. Very respectfully, The Harris Real Estate & Investment Co. W. T. HARRIS, Manager. J. C. BURDICIC Wholesale and Retail Reelfoot Lake and Mississippi River Fish Game , Oysters in Season. Same old stand, near the ice factory. DR. J. L. FULLER .'' (Formerly of Humboldt) OCULIST PRACTICE LIMITED TO Eye, Ear, Nose and Thrpat, Diseases of the Head and Chronic Catarrh ' OFFICE HOURS-6 to 12, 1 to 5. Two doors south of Old National Bank ground floor Telephone No. 570 UNION CITY, TENN. FOR A. VETERINARIAN CALL 311 DR. A. G. MISNER Office at Reece Alexander's Stable. Union City.