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Mrs. IVrryhill, Editor.' ' Te lephoue 14o. Kindly report as early as con venient. Lawn Party. One of the most enjoyable affairs of the season was a lawn party given at the 4 beautiful home, Maple Lawn, of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Andrews at Folk, last Saturday evening, iu honor of their nieces, Misses Mary Jane Andrews and Genevieve Nailling, of Union City, and Miss Virginia Bauguss, of Columbia, Tenn., also their house guest, Mr. Clin ton Frith, of Summit, Miss. Frappe was served as the guests arrived by little Miss Virginia Andrews. Rook was played for a while when Mr. Andrews rut some of his fine water mons, which were greatly enjoyed. Games of all kinds were played on the lawn and at a late hour refreshments of cake and sherbet were served. AH left declaring Mr. and Mrs. Andrews ideal hosts. A Guest Dinner. One of the most delightful of the many complimentary affairs, given -for Misses Shelton, of Tiptonville, and Iona Bondurant, of Cairo, 111., was the dinner given by Miss Theresa Arnn Friday everting. The guests besides the honerees were: Miss Mai Ersk in Cherry, Mary Hunter Flack, of Nashville, Jennie Gayle, of Columbus, Ky., Ruth Parks, Clare Parks and Virginia Swiggart. . Messrs Georgo Miles; Charlie Scott,John Wad dell, Easley Peniek, Cecil Moss, Holt Bean, Roy McMichael, Ferrell Alex ander and Vivian Reynolds. Christian Church Socials. The chain of church socials being given under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid of the Christian Church has ex tended beyond the members of the Aid Society, and now the members of this church are entertaining by turn on Fri days with socials, each social being limited to ton neighborhood guests', every guest contributing ten cents. By this means the individual dollar of the hostess is made up in an enjoyable way, Mrs. Clifford Jones was the hostess of the social last Friday week and her church dollar was made up through a pleasant afternoon of rook. Mrs. Robt. White, had the social last Friday after noon and her ten guests also played rook. Mrs. White's auut, Mrs. Robt. Nailling, of Kennett, Mo., was present at the social. Mrs. Frank Glass is hostess of the social this (Friday) afternoon. to be great men and women in the fu ture, and some of these will be seen on the afternoon of the ahow. The price of aJihission will be tori cents, which entitles- the ticket holder to ten vctcs. The babies w ill be entered in separate classes. Preparations are being made for the event and a big crowd is expected. Mrs. Carter Entertains. Mrs. Dock Carter entertained on Tues day evening in houorof her niece, Miss Irene Carter, of Faducah, Ky. The lawn was beautifully lighted with J;ih- terns and the young guests enjoyed various games under their bright glow until a late hour. Pretty refreshments were served by the hostess and her as sistants, Mesdatnes Brank Carter, Tom Cloyes, Callie Killough and Miss Essie Caruthers. The young folks present were: Misses Addie Walker, Beatrice Wilson, Mittie Killough, Irene Carter, Zula Parkman, Louida Wilson, 'Alline Pi titer, Christine Ilubbs, Margaret Car7 ter, Sidney Cloyes, Louise Carter, Vir ginia Hale, Messrs. Pierce Caruthers, Willie Wright, DeWitt Caruthers, J. C. Waddell, Horace Mitchell, Paul Carter. Coble Walker, Eric Waddell, Charlie Walker, Pete Pitzcr, "Buddie" Carter, Willis Head. ( decorated in pink roses and ferns. The, cream was frozen in pink roses K and the affair was enjoyed by a number of friends. The company formed a theatre party visiting the Gem after dinner. .. ' Miss Webster Entertains. Miss Leone Webster entertaiued yes terday afternoon complimentary to her visitor, Miss Esther Marshall, of Charleston, Mo. Mrs, Glass at Home. Mrs. F. P. Glass will entertain at home this afternoon with a rook party. Miss Annie Little visited in Troy last week. Baby Show. The ladies of the Christian Church announce that the baby show under the management of Mrs. Robert Whipple will bo held on the 28th in the Park. The afternoon promises to be very fine and the exhibition of babies something to delight the heart of Mr. Roosevelt, could he have the pleasure of attend ing. There are somo' beautiful kiddies in'our town who are perhaps destined Miss Shelton Entertains. Miss Christine Shelton, of Tiptonville, was the hostess at a dinner Monday afternoon at tho home of her aunt, Mrs. Glasscock. The guest party num bered half a dozen of the charming visitor s girl friends, who were each f rocked in girlish middie suits." The young ladies stormed tho Waddell home in the evening and enjoyed themselves with a crowd of other young people in dancing. Among those present were Miss Mary Erskine Cherry, of Nashville, and Miss lone Bondurant, of Cairo. For Miss Goodman. A congenial party of young people enjoyed' a dance given by Glen Edwards Saturday evening to compliment Miss Robbie Goodman, who has been the guest of his sister. Mrs. Melvin Down ing. Music was Jurnished by Collins. Miss Goodman has made many friends here and her departure for her home in Alabama last Monday was regretted by them. Mrs. Cox's Guests. Mrs. Frank Cox had as house guests this week her niece, Mrs. Gertrude Brett, antl little daughter, of Nash ville. Mrs. Cox's sister, Mrs. Byron Emmerling, who has been with her for some time past, will visit m Linden, Tenn., the latter part of the month. Marriage Anniversary. Miss Katie Robinson entertained at home on Exchange street in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Whitesell Harpole, the occasion of their first wedding anniver sary, Wednesday evening, it was a b o'clock dinner and the dining room was In the market for a Gasoline Engine We sell the I.H.C Most economi cal, most durable, most powerful en gine per rated horsepower made. , We have in addition to this engine, the best low-priced engine on the mar ket: y Horse Power ..$35.00 2 Horse Power.-.. $42.50 4 Horse Power J $85.00 Equipped with make and brake igni tion, the best in use. f F. Tisdale Son Dickson College, Dickson, Tenn. T. B. LOGGIXSv A. M., President. TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1911 A select nchool for both it Limited numbers. A strong faculty: commodious build ins; healthful locntnm in the Tennessee highlands. The safest and most practical school for young men ond women, boys and irirls. The very best Christian influences. Don't think of going- or sending elsewhere to school till you have seen our beautiful new 40-pnce cata logue. Write at once to T. B. LOUGINS, Dickson, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Cumniings visited relatives at Fulton last week. Misses Ruth and Lucile Wells have returned from a visit at Cairo. Mrs. Laura Wells visited friends at Troy Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dietzel, of Tipton ville, were in the city this week. Mrs. J. W. Pardue has returned from a visit to Nashville and Waverly. Mrs. Chas. Taylor, of Jackson, visited friends and relatives here this week. Miss Allie May Little is visiting rela tives and friends in La Fayette, Ga. Miss Bettie Fowlkes has returned to Dyersburg after a pleasant visit here. Miss Stone and Miss Zella Moss are enjoying the aviation meet in Chicago. Mrs. Rofct. Butts and Miss Nora Brad haw will return next week from Mont- eagle. Miss Mary Cherry, of Nashville, is in the city visiting Mr. and Mrs. Luther Clierry. - Mrs. R. F. Tisdale and Mrs. Lucy Alexander were in Kenton Sunday with relatives. Misses Bernice and Opal Shipp will enjoy a week-end party with Mrs. Jones, of Cayce. Col. and Mrs. G. T. Taylor, of Frank lin, were in the city this week week vis iting friends. Mrs. R. F. Tisdale and Mrs. Lucy Alexander have returned from a visit to Durant, Miss. Miss Bondurant, of Hickman, was the guest of Mrs. Hardy Ligon in the city this week. Mrs. n. a. wime ana children went to Kenton Wednesday and spent tl: day visiting friends. Mrs. R. F. Tisdale, Miss Roberta and Miss Sue Reeves are enjoying a visit in St. Louis this week. Mrs. W. M. Warterfield and daugh ter, Miss Virginia, were in St. Louis this week visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Weare have re turned from a visit to Dresden, Browns ville and other points. r: tt i- -ti i i miss jrrauiue wnies, 01 VJOlOn, ig in the city visiting at the home of her brother, Enloe Chiles. Mrs. Bruce Scoggin, of Fouts, Texas, is in the city visiting the home of her aunl, Mrs. M. Glasscock. Come now. Reduced prices on Re frigerators and Ice Boxes. Nailling Keiser Hardware Co. VMH-WMM Mrs. Lillian Kirkland, of Fulton, is visiting the home of Mr. and Mrs, Harry Vincent this week. Mrs. Gertrude Brett and children, of Nashville, were in the city this week visiting the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cox. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lee, of Binning ham, Ala., are in the city visiting the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thad Lee and friends in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Beck, of Shreveport, Miss., were in the city this week visiting the home of Mr. Beck's mother, Mrs. Nannie Beck. Misses Mary Jane Andrews and Gene vieve Nailling after a very pleasant visit I to Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Andrews at Polk returned home Saturday night. - Miss ieui jjcuonnell was a visitor with her father, Dr. A. M. McConnell, in Memphis last week and in Piedmont, Ala;, with Miss Mabel Carman. Misses Annie Lewis Jackson and Lo rene Waddell returned last week from a two months visit to Mississippi, Mem phis and other points in Tennessee. Mrs. Annie Harris, son, Frank, and Col. G. B. Driskill arrived home Tues day after spending geveral weeks visit ing in Kentucky, Illinois and Missouri. Mrs. J. C. McRee left this week for Hartsville and Estill Springs in Middle Tennessee for a visit of ten days. She was accompanied to Nashville by Mr. McRee. The wax paper bread wrapper is NOT A FAD; it is not a concession to the whim of the housewife; it is not a meaningless trade-catcher; it is A SAN ITARY NECESSITY. DAHNKE'S BREAD IS WRAPPED IN WAX PAPER WRAPPERS. 1 AJT THE 9 "QUICK PEAL" WICK OIL STOVE . THE ONLY OIL STOVC EQUIPPED WITH A GLASS FOUNT. SIMPLE AS A LAMP. MAKES A CLEAN AND POWERFUL BLUE FLAME. EASY TO RE-WICK OR REGULATE. HAS PORCELAIN BURNER DRUMS THAT CANNOT RUST, AND AUTOMATIC WICK STOP WHICH PREVENTS SMOKING. BURNS ORDINARY COAL OIL This OIL COOK STOVE and OVEN Given for largest number of entries. Also Goat and Wagon To some Boy or Girl. ' Ask about it. o Telephone 27 LOW ROUND-TRIP EXCURSION RATES OVER , M. C. &! 1ST. L. Ry. FROM UNION CITY TO Norfolk, Richmond and Washington $18.00 ASHEVILLE . 12.00 CHARLESTON, S. C. 16.35 LAKE TOXAWAY 13.95 MONTEAGLE and SEWANEE . 7.30 TATE SPRINGS 1 12.00 TYBEE, GA., via Savannah. 1 6. 1 0 TICKETS ON SALE AUGUST 19 ONLY Good returning until Sept. 3, 1911 See W. W. LOVELACE Agent N. C & ST. L. Ry. EXCURSION TO N A SHVILLE OVER $2.50 Round Trip from Union City Train will leave Union City at 7:55 a. m. RETURNING Tickets will be good on any regular train to and including No. 54 leaving Nashville at 2: 1 5 p. m., Satur day, August 19th, 1911. See W W. LOVELACE Agent'N., C. & St. L. Ry. Botts-Williams. A surprise wedding was the marriago of Mr. Frank Botts and Miss Hattie Williams at the home of the pastor, Rev. J. J, Brinkly, last Wednesday evening. Mr. Botts is eonducting'a restaurant ' in the Brackin House building and is esteemed by numbers of good friends while the bride is popularly known and admired. Congratulations are extended. Dickson Collego is preeminently tho school for West Tennessee people. The location is high and healthful. The ad vantages are the very best. Hundreds, of West Tennessee people have been educated at Dickson College and are now succeeding in all tho walks of life. Send your sons and daughters to Dickson Col lege. For catalogues, address T. B., Loggins, Dickson, Tenn. 21-3t The Picnics.' From two to three hundred of the Methodist and Christian Church Sunday schools enjoyed the picnic at Martin Wednesday. The I. C. park wag at the service of the picnickers and the day was enjoyed with amusements of athletics,, running and jumping. Some of the party walked around the city and viewed the magnificent improvement Captain Perkins has been making in Martin. They claim that Martin has grown to be a beautiful town. Tho rresbyterian Church Sunday school, with about thirty-five or forty, enjoyed a picnic in the Walker Fickard woods near the city yesterday. Telephone Union Citv Ice k Coal Co. when you want coal right now. Palace Hotel Register. T, E. Arnold, Rutherford. Judge J. S. Cooper, Trenton. Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Banks, Dresden. ' Mr. Willis Williams and wife, Para-.-.. gould, Ark. Mrs. Garrett, Rutherford. ' - - Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, Fulton. There is more Catarrh in this section of coiin try than all other disease put together, and until, the last few years wa supimsed to be incurable. For a neat many years' doctor pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedie. and by constantly failing to cure with local treat ment, pronounced it incurable, Science ha proven Catarrh to be a constitutional disease " and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hull Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J, Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only con-., tutional cure on tho market. It is taken inter nally in doses from 10 drops to a tenspounful. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars lor any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address: F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. Ohio. Hold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's i'aouly H1U for constipation.