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LEADERS IN QUALITY LEADERS IN PRICE THE We will soon be in our new home, in the modern furniture store just com pleted and built especially for our business, near the Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co., at the Naylor Furniture Co. old stand. And we wish to' thank the public for their liberal patronage accorded us in the past, and will appreciate having our friends call on us in our new home, which will be filled with the latest designs in everything found in a modern furniture businsss. We are, respectfully, Q.B.White J. L. Glover, Jr. J. M. Brice Ira Shore Chas. Miles, Jr. H. Ligon C. K. Ligon Chas. Q. Naylor Jas. K. Murphey W. Q. Clagett Hugh Ed. Curlih J. C. McCaw Enloe Caldwell Miss Carrie Catron 0. Dircks Hugh L. Curlin Mrs. Kate Vaccaro R. J. Barnett Edgar Bramham J. A. Coble, Sr. Walter Howell 3LiginL FuErimMujire Company ENLOE CHILES, Manager UNDERTAKERS UNION CITY, TENNESSEE EMBALMERS Satisfaction in SHOE BUYING Do you want new shoes just as easy as the, old ones ? N We care a lot more to satisfy customers than we do to sell shoes. It 8 a part or our service to fit your feet properly. T"L nirt ivt trrt i i ine jwnm rvr.i-L. i " snoes for women are a wonderful help. They have a reputation of be ing as easy when first worn as old ones. They fit splendidly, wear well and are not too costly. For Men we have the KlOtl I -UP-TO-THE-MINUTE "J US I Kioni" Mioe Fashion's Latest Dictate Thf Newest nf Hip IVpw You will delight us and please us if you will let us show you these shoes. J. W. PARDUE J. A. PRIETO kt ' s r y ? Rev. Sellars. The congregation, though the largest in Union City, was not largo enough to monopolize Brother Sellars. Every man, woman and child in the city and hundreds out of town will be sorry to see him go. Many who have knpwn the minister probably as he has not told the world will drop a silent tear. The parsonage will receive, its new occupants. The new minister is a man of God and a churchman by all means of the broadest and best character, but there will be a vacancy at least for a time along the pathways and places visited by Brother Sellars. There will linger in memory's chambers side by side with our prayers and better thoughts many pleasant associations with the minister, and no less kindly will those friends who knew her remember Mrs. Sellars, who is in every way the good woman and the companion that fits her to be so closely linked in heart, mind and soul with the pastor. We offer no apologies in saying that it comes rarely in life fori a community to be honored with such people, and UnionCity without exception pauses to bid them the kindest farewell and Godspeed. Hale-Cowgill. Hickman, Ky., Nov. 17. Hickman people were greatly surprised this morn ing to learn of the wedding of Miss Annie Cowgill and Guy Hale, two promi nent young people of this city, at Nash ville, Tenn., yesterday afternoon at Christ's Church. Mrs. Hale left here last Friday for Nashville, where she has been visiting her aunt, Miss Mabel Truby, where she expected tc spend several weeks. Mr. Hale went to Nash ville Tuesday, but no one, not even, their closest friends, suspected that they were going to be married. '"'Mrs. Hale is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gowgill, drug gist of this city,' one of the oldest and best families in Western Kentucky, and is one of the social favorites of the city. Mr. Halo is a sou of Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Hale of this city, and is assistant cashier of the People's Bank here and one of the most prominent young men of the town and has a promising future. Both are very prominent in social circles here. The news was telephoned here last night and requested not to bo told to their parents and friends until this morning. They will arrive in Hickman to-morrow. Mail Boxes for Hardware Co. 25c. Nailling-Keiser RIVES. Dr. and Mrs. E. H. White visited in Union City Monday. , Messrs. Henry Head, E. T. Mitchell and Clinton Callicott were in town Mon day. jur. uock 1'etty, oi rwewoou, was a recent guest to see his brother, W. G Petty. Mrs. Woody, of Glass, 6pent Friday and Saturday with her daughter, Miss Winnie. The Misses Fleming, of Colliersville, will be guests of Mrs. Knox Harper the coming week. Mrs. Tom Starnes spent the first of the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clymer, near Obion. Mrs. Callie Benton leaves in a few days to attend to her business interests in Clovis, New Mexico. Mrs. Hugh McDonald, of Obion, the first of the week was a guest of her mother, Mrs. Jane Dickey. The business men will close their doora promptly at 9:30 a. m. to observe Thanksgiving day, Nov. 30. In the fact that the pupils of Prof. Hays' room failed to keep him in, Monday failed to be "blue." Sunday last Messrs. John and Will Hamilton lost a very fine piece of horse flesh, a Percheron, by lockjaw. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Moffat, of Obion, were guests Saturday and Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Clemmons. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Fry, of Fulton were guests over Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Botts and other relatives. W. L. Clemmons and family will spend Thanksgiving day near Obion with Mr, and Mrs. S. D. Clemmons. for several care of Pr. Mr. John Harris, Vbo weeks lias been under the Eve in Nashville, retuirpd home Mo! day. - . Sunday guests fron near. Union City of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thorn were Mr. and Mrs. ThurmaD rhebus and chil dren. - ' Mesdames Laura Hutcherson, Hugh McDonald and Master Felan Kilgore made a business trip Monday to Union City. Rev. J. II. Thomas, of Newbern, Sabbath morning and evening will fill his regular appointment here. Mon day afterneon the C P. Missionary Society will meet at 2 o'clock with Mrs. Holland Bittick on Caldwell avenue. Guests at dinner Saturday of Rev. and Mrs. E. P. Lindsay were Mrs. J. L. Oats, Prof. S. B. Hays and Miss Martha Wade. Mr. Ernest Shropshire, with a fine profit, has sold his farm at Pleasant Hill to Mr. Hauser, who will soon take pos session. In Tuesday's Memphis Commercial Appeal we notice that the Methodist pulpit here will be supplied by Rev. L J. Bagby. The Rives Graded School all of Fri day afternoon, beginning immediately after ndon recess, will keep open house to visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Palmer, of South ern Mississippi, and Miss Addie Palmer, of Union City, were mid-week guests of Dr. and Mrs. V. P. Palmer. , Recent guests from abroad of Rev, E. P. Lindsay were his brothers. Rev, A. L. Lindsay, of Gastonia. N. C.and Mr. J. H. Lindsay, of Fayetteville, also Rev. L. I. Echols, of Virginia. Rev. and Mrs.' J. L. Oats, of South Carolina, were guests over Sunday of Prof, and Mrs. S. B. Hays. Those at tending services at the A. R. P. Church Sabbath night and heard Rev. Oats were most fortunate. Harper & Shore have kindly given over a well lighted section of their dry goods store for the bazaar on the 29th J from one o'clock until five. Some of the ladies will be there to show you through the display. A very sad incident was the razing to the groun;' by fire Tuesday afternoon of Tinlc Payfie's house just at the edge of town. Tink is a colored man. well known in this district and Number Thirteen. For years he took care of Mrs. Tayne, afflicted with cancer of the face and who owned him and his pa rents prior to the freedom. He has a large -family and deserves assistance, being a hard worker. POLK. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Anderson were in Union City Monday. Mr. Hume Anderson spent a few days in Tiptonvillo last week. Misses Mary and Annie Cunningham went to Union City Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Wado spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Anderson, Miss Hattie Buchanan spent Saturday night with Mrs. L. M. Maxwell in Troy The friends of Mr. Will Hamilton here were very sorry to learn of his death. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Andrews spent Friday in Union City, the guests of Mr Blanton. Mr. Clarence Blanton 's barn burned Monday morning. He lost his corn and farming implements. , Miss Louise White and Mrs. Clifford Joyner, of Union City, are this week the guests of Mr. Jas. Moore. Mrs. T. O. Watkins, of Hattiosburg, Miss., and Miss Ella Neff, of Jackson, were the guests of Mrs. Mike Buchanan ast week. Maxine. H ow s This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for n case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHKNEY ft CO., Toledo, O. We. the undersigned, have known V I nw... for the last fifteen years, and believe him oer- fectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. Waldino, Kinnan & Marvin. Wholesale DrureisU. Toledo O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price ?5c per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. "Cinderella in Flower Land." On Friday, Nov. 24, the Leonidas Polk Chapter, U. D. C, will present one of the most charming, unique cantatas ever seen on the boards in Union Citv. Cinderella in Flower Land. " It is the story of Cinderella, each character boing represented by a flower Prince Sunshine gives the ball down on the Woodlandea," Robin Red Breast issues the invitations and tries on the slipper when Prince Sunshine is trying to find his bride. The little modest Meadow Daisy is Cinderella. Tiger Lily and Hollyhock are the haughty step sisters and Poppy, Pansy, Sweet Roses, Mignonette, Violet, Daffodil, Narcissus. Sweet Pea, Lily Bell and Buttercup are the flowers who are guests at the ball. Godmother Nature changes Daisy's winter dress to a charming ball gown and driving fine Butterflies and escorted by Bonnie Bell. She goes to the ball where she wins the Prince's heart, loses her slipper and is finally crowned the Princess Marguerite. Some of Union City's best juvenile voices take part and with sunbeams, raindrops, heralds and the main char acters form a chonus that is well worth hearing. Miss Mary Lawson is training them, and those wanting to catch a glimpse of fairyland and spend and en joyable evening should not fail to see it. Big Muddy washed nut coal is best for cooking. At Union City Ice &, Coal Co, Stops Neuralgia Pains Sloan's Liniment has a soothing effect on the nerves. It stops neural gia and sciatica pains in stantly. " Here's Proof Mrs. C M. Dowker of Johannesburg, Mich., writes : " Sloan s Liniment u the bast medicine in the world. It has relieved me of Neuralgia. Thoss pains have all gone and I can truly say your liniment did stop them." Mr. Andrew F. Lear of 50 Gay Street, Cumberland. Md., writes s " I havs used Sloan's Liniment for Neuralgia and I certainly do praise it very much." SLOAN'S iMIMEMT is the best remedy for rheu matism, backache, sore throat and sprains. At all dealers. Price 23c.,50c.and $1.00 Sloan's book on Horses, Cattle, Hogs end Pout- lent free. Address VKirO EarlS.Sto.ii JLTjVl Boston, Maisa, Card of Thanks. We wish to publicly express our ap preciation of the help and sympathy of the good neighbors and friends who stood by us and tried to lighten the burden of sorrow in our recent bereave ments. E. N. Church and Family. Mrs. F. M, Thompson. Phone Mrs. Ethel Greer, No. 383, agent for Hujburt Bros., Memphis, and have your clothes cleaned and dyed by the new French method. Satisfaction guaranteed Bon Air Coal, best and cheapest, at Union City Ice & Coal Co.