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Buy Before tbs Price
Gets Higher
8-room house, large lot, on
East Main St.; well improved.
8-room house on East Pal
mer st, lot 85x190; price $1,600
5-room house on North First
street, lot 65 x 1 70, price $1,750
Lot 85x185, on North First
St., and one of the best build
ing sites in the city.
Have several other dwellings
and some very desirable small
tracts near the city.
We write Fire, Life, Tornado
and Accident Insurance, and
represent the American Surety
Co., who furnish all kinds of
Suretyship Bonds.
White & Quinn
Real Estate and Insurance
Ask your grocer for DAHNKE'S
WRAPPED BREAD.' He will charge
you no more for it. All the goodness
kept in all the dirt kept out.
ML3 Ora Brown is on the sick list.
There n ill be preaching at Bethel Sun
Mrs. 51. A, Flowers was in Protemus
Monday shopping.
Mr. Hardy Brown and wife, of Kedron,
visited here Thursday.
5Irs. John Haynie and little daugh
ter, Lavell, have the whooping cough.
Those on the sick list are Uncle Perk
Brown and 5Irs. John Flowers and two
Jlr. Walter Phillips, of Nashville,
spent Sunday here with his uncle, Mr.
Perk Brown.
Mr. Daught Summers and family, of
Hornbeak, visited relatives here a few
days this week.
5Ir. 5Iat True and family, of Pro
temus, were the guests of Mr. Em
Brown Sunday.
Miss Pearl Neely returned home one
day this week from Kenton where she
has been visiting friends.
5Ira. Rosa Brown and Mrs. Bosa Sum
mers, of Hornbeak, were the guests of
Mrs. Oscar Wilson Wednesday.
Messrs. Ozrose Primrose and Quill
Dyer went to Kenton Saturday to spend
a few days visiting relatives and friends.
Mr. and 5Irs. Bill 5Iuse visited 5Irs.
Muse's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Donnell,
at Ebenezer Saturday night and Sunday.
Mr. and 5Irs. Oscar Wilson and little
son, Randall, were the guests of Mr.
Wilsona sister, Mrs. Will Caldwell, at
Fremont Sunday. Trixie.
Mrs. Marshall, of Troy, is tLe guest
of her son, Lute.
J. W. Barnes attended the memorial
service at Rives Sunday.
Miss ICina Holloway, of Rives, visited
Mrs. 51. A. Quillen this week.
5Ir. and Mrs. Humphrey Blarshall
visited at Kenton Saturday night.
5Iessr8. Arthur Hicks and Ray Har
rison, of Troy.were here Sunday.
51 r. and 5Irs. Connie Pardue visited
5Ir. and 5Irs. Sam Marshall Sunday.
5Ir. and 5Irs. Williams and 5Ir. and
5Irs. Andy Reed were guests of 51 r. and
5Irs. Jack Watson Sunday.
Jlisses Christine and Grace Clanton
and Myrtle Cunningham, of Glass, were
guests of Miss Lottye Luker Sunday.
Miss Anna Cunningham, of Ebenezer,
attended services here Sunday "and was
the guest of 5Ir. and Airs. J. 51. Curry.
5Ir. Crawford Walker and 5Ir. Mc-
Clure, of Obion, attended services here
Sunday and were guests of Mr. 51att
5Iessrs. Oscar Stone and Herman
Quilleu and 51isses Nina Holloway and
Beulah Stone attended church at Obion
5Ionday night.
Guests at the home of 5Ir. and 5Irs.
J. WT. Barnes Sunday were 5fr. and
51rs. Alex Curry, 5Ir. and 5Irs. W. F.
Bright, 5Ir. and 5Irs. C. N. Curry,
5Iessrs. Kirk Harris, Oscar Stone, Will
Graham, Cecil Howell, W. D. Tune,
aud 5Iisses Effie and Lera Cox, Beuhih
Stone and Ella Smith.
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Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
that Contain Mercury,
as mercury will surely destroy the ense of smell
and completely deransre the whole oytttem when
entering it tliroitKh the mucous surfaces. Such
articles should never be used except on prescrip
tions from reintfMe physicians, ns the damage
they will do is ten fold to the irood you can pos
sibly derive trom them. Hall s catarrh Cure,
manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co,, Toledo, O.,
contains no mercury, and is taken internally.
actiiiH directly upon the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system. In buynifr Hall s Cauirrh
Cure be sure you (ret the genuine. It is biken
internally and made in loledo, Ohio, by F, J,
Cheney & Co. Testimonials tree.
Sold by Druggists. Price, 75c. per bottle.
Take Hull's Family Pills for constipation.
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Soda an
ce Cream
At the Red Cross Fountain.
Made of the Best Products obtainable.
Purity our talking point.
We are manufacturing our own Ice Creams
and Ices, and we solicit orders to be delivered
to your home.
Doctors recommend our ice cream, also our
method of producing it.
Once a customer always one.
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(formerly of Houston, Texda)
Practical Contractor and Builder
With 30-odd years experience.
figure with you on any kind of
it be brick, concrete or frame.
Cive mo a chance to figure with you and I am confident I will do your build-
Olfice with the W. C. Honea Piano Co., 207 Washington street.
Am now ready to
building, whether
Mr. Jno, Sedberry is on the sick list
this week. 1
Mrs. Sam McGowan, of Ebenezer,
spent last week near this place.
Several from this place attended
preaching at Whiteside last Sunday.
Mrs. Ida Stuart was the guest of Mrs.
J. B. Cooley at Whiteside last Sunday.
Mrs. Sarah Callis was the guest of her
son, Mr. Ernest Cullora, last Saturday.
Mrs. Carrie Fitzgerald spent several
day last week with Mrs. Dora Edmais-ton.
Miss Nina Holloway, of Rives, attend
ed Sunday school at Pleasant Hill Sunday.
Miss Vangie Inman, of Whiteside,
was the guest of Miss Ruth Callis Wednesday-
Mrs. Henry Callis and little son are
with Mrs. Callis' parents at Ebenezer
this week.
Relatives from Union City visited Mr.
and Mrs. Buck Stuart Saturday night
and Sunday,
Misses Florence and Carrie Callis were
guests of their aunt, Mrs. Sarah Callis,
Monday night.
Miss Annie Forrester, of Whiteside,
was the guest of Miss Carrie Callis Sat
urday night and Sunday.
Mrs. Zona Fitzgerald and children at
tended preaching at Whiteside Sunday
and visited Mrs. S. B. Cooley.
Misses Ernest Smith, Nora Forrester,
and Kate Jvirkman, of Union City, at
tended chuidi at Englewood Sunday.
The death angel entered two homes of
our community Thursday, claiming Mr.
Long and Mr. Henry Moss. They were
buried at this place Friday.
Rev. Floyd Crittendon, of Martin,
Mr. and Mrs. Malcom Callis and son,
Miss Vangie Inman and little Carrie
Margaret McRee were guests of Mr.
Elias Callis and family Sunday.
QUALITY. That's the first thing you want in
hardware. The brands we sell have stood the
test of time.
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PRICE. That's the next thing you want to know is
right. We are the ones who think that it will
pay us to charge you only a fair price.
REFRIGERATORS-The best made, and cheaper
than ever before. We only ask you to see our
goods and get our prices.
Hardware Company
Telephone 27
If you want a farm between Union City and Martin, Rives
and Sharon, Kenton and Fulton, Terrell and Mt Pelia, write
me. I am in the center of these good towns and four railroads,
the handiest place on earth to farm and traded 1 have some
thing new every day. My station is Terrell, Tenn. !
U o.; parrish; Uni,8Tenn-
Col. R. P. Whitesell with his family
visited his mother Sunday.
Miss Essie Caruthers left last Tuesday
to visit friends in Fort Worth, Tex.
Mr. Arch Caruthers and family were
with friends in Northside Sunday last.
Miss Belle Wilson, of the city, visited
Mrs. Long and Mrs. Whitesell last
The farmers of this community are
hustling, preparing ground for planting
corn and peas. v .
Billie Walker has realized a nico sum
from his strawberry patch. He culti
vates the Klondike.
Mrs. W. D. Long had for her guests
Sunday last Dr. and Sirs. E. M. Long,
Harry and Lola Harper and Gate Loiig,
of Memphis.
Mrs. I'ickcring, of Fulton, visited
Mrs. Dock Carter and her two sisters,
Mcsdauies Fannie and Sara Ella Caruth
ers, Saturday last.
Willie Wright, express agent, visited
his mother at Hornbeak Saturday and
Sunday." He was accompanied by his
cousin, Miss Sudie Caruthers.
We were glad to see Mr. and Mrs.
Will Lovelace enjoying a pleasant drive
ou Northside Sunday afternoon. They
were accompanied by their two little1
daughters and little Miss Annie James
Morgan. '
Mr. Sam Head finished building last
week a front gallery for Mr. James Ca
ruthers. 'Tis a nice piece of work and
adds comfort to their already cozy and
pleasant home.
Lon Tanner was in Martin Friday on
J. C. uagster was a business visitor
in Martin Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Uoley visited in
Weakley Saturday night.
Next Sunday the Primative Baptist
will preach at Penn's Sshoolhouse.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Abington
spent Sunday with relatives at Mount
Mr. A. Vaughn, of Fulton, KyM was
with friends and relatives at Cane Creek
Sunday. ,
Mr. Linnie Harnsbrough and wife
pent M,onday with relatives in Weak
ly County.
Mrs? Jack Wagster spent Tuesday
with her daughter, Mrs. Edna Smith,
near Mount Pelia.
Bud Wagster and family, of Cypress
Creek, "spent Saturday 'night with Carl
Wagster and family.
Little Caroline Abington is spending
this week with her grandmother, Mrs.
King, of Mount Pelia.
Mr. and Mrs. John Tanner, of Cane
Creek, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Lon Tanner one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Patterson, of near
Cypress Creek, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Phillips, spent Sunday with Mrs. Will
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Roberts- and
mother, of Sharon, Mr. and Mrs. John
Peun, Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Peun and Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Teun spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Boyd.
Insolvent Notice.
Having suggested the insolvency of
the estate of J. P. Cravens, deceased,
all persons holding claims against said
estate are hereby notified to file the
same with the County Court Clerk,
duly authenticated in a manner pre
scribed by law on or before the 12th
day of .August, 1912, or the same will
be forever barred both -iu law and
equity. C. Chaves?. Admr.
This May the Cth, l'JIJ.
for the Best
of the Best
lunch room
J. W. COLE & CO.'S
General Merchandise
and Variety Store.....
is the People's store. All streets, even the alleys and coun
try lanes, lead to this Variety Store a place of opportunities.
If there is a remorse of conscience, it is when we look back
upon the opportunities we have lost. So come to the Variety
Store and recapture what you have lost.
Cor. E. Grove and Home St., Union City, Tenn.
M. L. Pitzer
J. R. Pitt
W. M. Bransford
Pitzer Transfer Co.
"si (Successors to Batta & Pitzer)
Prompt and Careful Attention Given to All Line3 of
Hauling. Furniture1 Piano, and Household
, Good Moving a
Phones 623, 16 and 42.
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