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i Ve Are The Kahn Tailoring Company Here NUMBER THREE. Mrs. Madison Kendall w on the sick list. Miss Mai Johnson, of Memphis, is visiting relatives bere. Work will begin on the building of Reelfoot church this week. Mrs. Bettie Caldwell, of Old Fremont", spent last week with Elbert Campbell and family. Mrs. Ellen Adams and daughter, Miss J Lovie, of Adams, Tenn., are the guests of Mr. Neel Fluty and family. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Caldwell chap eroned a crowd of young people to the park at the lake Tuesday. They will spend Beveral days. An ice cream supper will be given at the schoolhouse of Old Fremont next Saturday night, July 15. Proceeds will go towards repairing the schoolhouse Misses Lara and Ruth Caldwell's week end guests are Miss Mary Mayo., of Dresden, Miss Noll Nailling, of Union City, and Miss Clara Luton, of Wood land. We wish to state that the fish fry and ice cream supper given at Reelfoot Sat urday afternoon was a success, in fact it wns more successful than was expect ed. The members wish to thank each apd every one for their liberality. The following couples of young peo ple drove to Walnut Log Sunday after noon: Mary Mayo and Sid Caldwell. When you vsnt to buy, sell or trade a slice . Rent or insure residence or business property on a lot, see CARTER f AND WHITE CO. REAL ESTATE INSURANCE WE simply show you the samples, take your measure, learn your style preferences, make a note Of the little Oddities you want Clara Luton and Lee Norrid, Nell Nail then we get in touch with ,inS an Hugh Caldwell, Lara Caldwell the Kahn Tailoring Shops at E"a Bruer, Ruth Caldwell and Rice ,. r Wilson. Indianapolis. t. , , ss i , it Rebecca's Triumph," a three-act You cret rh nrvl rlrtrh o-- w.vwv, , piay, win oe renaerea dv sixteen voun? et, i .:n i r.j nam, umuc uuiu uic laDric you K"18 "i me .ueeiiooi community juiy Mrs. Lela Williams as teacher which will be Saturday night before ROGERS SCHOOL. Mr. Hubert Council returned home from Missouri last week. want in the wav vou want, Knr 1a .Ul.,.' I... e fourth Sunday. This play will be " , T" vuc on the roundg of where the church value Which cannot be com- recently burned down. The proceeds pared to that which you can wil1 used to help rebuild the church. .TROY. Miss Vergie Nichols, of Obion, is here visiting friends. ' Miss Belle Young, of Atoka, is here visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bum pass, of Crys tal, were here Saturday and Sunday. Messrs. Griffith and Wilson, of Ho.-n- beak. were here Saturday and Sunday. Misses Eva and Iva Dodson are here visiting their sister, Miss Pokie Dodson. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Crenshaw and family, of Union City, are here visiting Mrs. Lucy Walton. Messrs. Fratt Waddell and Horace Lovell, of Union City, were here Friday to attend the ball game. Miss Bern ice Barnett, who has been visiting Mrs. L. A. Smith, has returned to her home at Ilornbeak. ... Miss Belle Pressly, who has been teaching school at Belen, Miss., is here visiting friends and relatives. Woodland Mills and Troy played a good game of ball here Friday. Wood land Mills put up a good fielding game, but could not hit Wilson and Troy won 10 to 3, Ingram doiDg the receiving for Troy. Rev. R. L. Robison, President of the Woman's College, Due West, S. C, was here the latter part of the week and preached at the A. R. P. Church here Sabbath to a large and appreciative audience. RIVES. The revival continues with unabated interest. Mrs. Joe Clark, who has been very ill, is improving. Dr. and Mrs. T. P. Callicott were in Union City Wednesday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wade, of Union Copy of analysis of Lime made by The Brown Laboratory, inc.. Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 19, 1910. Lime CaOJ 96.53 Lime unburned and slacked 1. 01 Magnesia MgO. 24 Iron and Aluminum.. 2.21 99.99 JESSE ALLEN LIME COMPANY. T, L. BRAfKFORD & SONS Exclusive Agents. Wholesale and Retail. Union City, Tennessee secure tor the same price in " pulled - from - the - pile " gar ments. Worth while looking into, isnt it? Kahn-Tailored Clothes $20 to $45 Mrs. Oliver Gunter is about to recover from the effects of a bad dog bite. Mr. Council Barnes, of Clayton, spent City. were in town Friday Monday night with the Rives boys near Mrs. Hugh McDonald, of Obion, is a here. guest of Mrs. Jane Dickey Messrs. Arnet Cross and Robt. Rives Mrs. Raymer, of Kenton, came made a business trip to Union City Sunday night for the meeting. ;. a r . a- s-i I r . J . I mis Amy moss is visiting miss uien- luonuay. Mr Luther M ffat week-end nie Palmer at Rives this week. Miss George Council snent Saf.nrr1.iv I cnipsf nt Afrs O TT Plnmmnnii STANLEYS CHAPEL. Mrs. Carl Hickok is improving. Little Miss Willie Johnson is visiting night with Miss Nellie Eskew near Bransford Ac Andrews old stand. J. W. Pardue E. K. White J. A. Prieto iM t&M vt vf KT Ijfrf VfM Being Friendly. It is so easy to be friendly, to smile, to "sorter" let your face crinkle with good nature and cheerfulness, and it is great to walk down the street in the morning with an air of optimism, of courage and kindliness. I makes oth ers wear a smiling face too. Lou Ida Wilson at Union City. Esq. Hunt is working a largo crew on the Parrish levee hustling things. Miss Beatrice Wilson, of Union City, has been visiting in Number Seven. Mrs. Davis, of Linda, Mo., is visit ing her mother, Mrs. Walker, this week. Mrs. J. C. Hunt and granddaughter, Miss Hazel Rankin, visited in Rives Saturday. , Mr. and Mrs. Harris and daughter, Miss Ollie, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Poor. 4 Mr. Joe Jackson and daughter, Mrs. Hickok, spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Carter. Misses Opal and Bernice Shipp, Ethel Jackson and Myrtle Johnson spent Sun day with Mrs. Hunt. Mr. Hunt Roper, of Union City, vis ited his grandmother, Mrs. Hunt, and sister, Miss Rankin, Sunday. Last Friday night Mr. and Mrs. J. B, Crescent. A visitor from near Ilornbeak spent Sunday night with the family of J. E. Elgin near here. Mr. Will Marshall had a 75-nound shoat beheaded last Saturday. The way the hog lost bis head is unknown. Messrs. John Osburn and Burness Jones, of near Crescent, spent Saturday night with the family of 8. F. Rives. Mr. Walton Stigler opened his school at Clayton Monday with something near forty-five pupils, a fine beginning. If the weather continues nice the West Tennessee Thresher Co. will clean up most of the wheat around here this week. Several from around ' here attended church at Possumtrot Sunday and re port two excellent sermons delivered by Rev. Light, of McAnna. A number of our citizens and others from Clayton are helping Mr. Will Cole at his sawmill while cutting a bill of lumber for Reelfoot Church. Things are getting dry around here for the lack of rain. Tattler. And you know how good it feels and Carter entertained in honor of their how you thrill when a friend passes by grandson, Jessie Johnson's twentieth and says "Good Morning,' just as if he anniversary with a lawn party. Those had done nothing since he awakened present were Misses Cora Mays, Vardell except look for you so that he might Vaughn, Zura McAdoo, Ethel Jackson, New sewing machine with ten years deliver that greeting. Cora Cnttendon, Hazel Rankin, Myrtle guarantee on every sale 116.85 cash, t..:.. ii j ... j .. . Jnhnsnn. ttnnfriVn Wilsnn- Umn .Tnriin I Caldwell 8 JUOOlC btore. ivnuug ii iiuiuijr u au cuajr ttuu i cm I , .... there is always room for folks to be Jackson, Hughes Hunt, Herman Car- kind, and there is need to bo kind, too. r, Kinkier Alexander, Jim johnson, Jesse Johnson, Dr. Glosson, Jim Carter, Dee Caudle, Connie Stanley. All re ported a splendid time and declared Mr. and Mrs, Carter an ideal host and hostess. Blondik. Greatness is often found in simplicity. All of us can be friendly, and to be friendly and neighborly, is to bo great. Just the Thing. "What have you there?" ' "Rubber playing cards, a great in vention. Bathers needen't loso time from the whist table. Can secure a plank and play bridge in the surf." W.E.WALTERS Proprietor of the Red Star Drug Store corner of Main and Division Sts., has secured the services of Mr. Lawson W. Faxon of Hopkinsville, Ky., as Pharmacist. Mr. Faxon is graduate in Pharmacy and is registered in Tennessee, Kentucky and Illinois. He comes highly recommended and has had 12 or 13 years experience as Prescriptionist with some of the largest drug stores in Kentucky. Anything you need in the drug line telephone and let us fill your order. We will appreciate it. Your prescription will be accu rately and carefully filled at the Red Star Drug Store by a Graduate in Pharmacy Main Street Telephone Union City Ice & Coal Co. when you want coal right now. '' , CAMPGROUND. Mr. Connie Pardue is improving. Mr. John Stone is in Middle Ten nessee. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Howell visited at Troy Sunday. Miss Lucile Farrior is at home from the Institute. Mrs. Annie McDaniel visited Mrs. John Barnes Monday. Mrs. Bird Cox and daughter, Lera, went to Obion Monday. Mr. Polk McDonald and daughter, Octa, were here Sunday. Mr. Lute Marshall and wife visited at Woodland Mills Sunday. Mis Ellen Barnes is at the hospital at Nashville for treatment. Miss Sallie Pardue commenced her school at this place Monday. Mr. T. C. Ward visited Mr. John Douglas and family Saturday night. Mr, Willie Bright and family visited at the home of Mr. J. W. Barnes Sun day. i " ' , If you want the best and cheapest, use Bon Air coal Union City lee & Selephone 600 1 Coal Company. BEREA. Mr. Luther Smith is a business visitor in Memphis this week. Mr. Jas. King and family visited relatives at Mount Pelia Sunday. Mr. Albert Duncan and family, of Mount Telia, visited relatives here Sun day. Mr. Virgil Laster and Mr. Mose Tan ner went to Martin Saturday on busi ness. Mr. Mose Tanner and family, of Cane Creek, visited Mr. Lon Tanner and family Sunday. The meeting at Mount Pelia Christian Church will begin the fourth Sunday in July. Everybody invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. John Tanner, of Cane Creek, visited Mr. and Mrs. Bud Nichols Sunday. Broonte. SCRATCHED FOR 40 YEARS. Used D. D. D. Six Months All Itch ing Gonel This is the actual experience of Anne Croman, Santa Rosa, Cal., with the wonderful D. D. D. Prescription. D. D. D. is the proven Eczema Cure, the mild wash that gives instant relief in all forms of skin trouble. Cleanses the skin of all impurities washes away blotches and pimples, leav ing the Bkin as smooth and healthy as that of a child. Get a 25c trial bottle of this wonder ful Eczema Cure to-day and keep it in the house. We know that D. D. D. will do all that is claimed for it. Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store. Sorry to report Miss Eunice Shore and Miss Martha Wade on the sick list. Tom Starnes and sister,Miss Clara, of Glass, are guests of relatives near town. Miss Mary Tidrow, of near Crockett, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. W. P. Morris. Misses Mary Lou Stovall and Eva Shelly, of Mount Pelia, are guests of Mrs. Ed Stirling. Mrs. Baird and Mrs. James Clem mons, of Fulton, were recent visitors of Mrs. W. L. Clemmons. Mr. Milton Callicott is at home from Mississippi. Mr. Callicott is a valued member of a quartette. Dr. and Mrs. Virgil Jernigan, of Obion, during the revival have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Phebus. Miss Mildred Clemmons has returned from a delightful month's visit to Rev. and Mrs. Latimer at Charleston, Mo. Misses Bess Harper and Zella Moss, of Union City, were recent visitors of Miss Eudora McCaw on Troy avenue. Miss Amy Moss, of Terrell, and Miss Elizabeth McDonald, of Obion, have been guests several days of MissGlennie Palmer. Mesdames Fernando White, Gus White, G. E. Phebus and Walter Mc Cord, of near Union City, were in town Tuesday. Sunday guests for the day of Mrs. Mel Smith were Miss Sadie McLean, of Union City, and the Misses Bryan, of Number Seven. Sabbath morning by request the fast mail, north, stopped at Obion and brought over some fifty former admirers of Rev. Swope for 11 o'clock services.' Mr. and Mrs. James Denning and Hugh Catron and sister, Miss Phoebe, all of the country just west of Union City, have been attendants to hear Rev. Swope. ' Officers of St. John's Lodge, of Glas gow, Scotland, the oldest Masonic body in the world, have arrived in New York on a visit to this country. Postmaster General Hitchcock has decided tipon a salary increase for rural free delivery carriers of approximately $100 per annum. An Appeal to Wives. You know the terrible affliction that comes to many homes from the result of a drinking husband or son. lou know of the money wasted on "Drink" that is needed in the home to purchase food and clothing, Ornne has saved thousands of drinking men. It is a home treatment and can be given secretly or taken voluntarily. Put up in two forms, powder or pill. Your money will be returned if after a trial it has failed to benefit. Costs but $1.00 a box a mere trifle when compared with the amount a drinking man will spend in a day for liquor. Come in and get a free booklet and let us tell you of the good ORRINE is doing. Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store, j Is Our Aim. We have it in Club House Canned Goods. Pure Food is a consideration. Try our line and become convinc ed of its superiority. Fresh Meats. TELEPHONE 116 GARNER & BEAN THE BUYERS' GUIDE AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY PROFESSIONAL CARDS LIVERY REECE ALEXANDER ...Liveryman... Swell Single Rigs Prices Reasonable Telephone 3 1 1 Opposite operahouae Office of Dr. A. C. Misner, Veterinary Surgeon. ELECTRICIANS Harrison Electric Co. Headquartere 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 but as good. Suits made to order, from $15 to $4 1. 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 Phone 468 PHYSICIANS DR. W. A. NAILLING PHYSICIAN and SURGEON 8:30 to 9:30 a. HI. 2 to 4 p. tn. Office Hours: EYE, EAR NOSE AND THROAT. Modern Electrical Treatment. Office Phone 100. Nallllne Builclin 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 Lew in My Behalf: 1 take this method of innnnnrin. that I have decided fully to enter a gener al Real Estate and Collecting Btsineaa. under the name of Harris Real Estate Ik Investment Co. Very resoectfullv. The Harris Real Estate & Investment Co. W. T. HARRIS. Manager. J. C. BURDICK Wholesale and Retail Reelfoot Lake and Mississippi River Fish (Q Game Oysterg m Season. . Same old stand, near the ice factory. Rear of City Recorder's office First Street Chance to Demonstrate. "This beauty surgeon claims he can remove wrinkles." "Going to give him a trial?" "I Bhall, provided he makes a dem onstration on my pet bulldog first." FOR A. VETERI N AR IAN ; call 311 DR. A. C. MISNER Office at Reece Alexanders Stable. Union City.