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r V o t i i i : s 9 I ! fir" it fi t i s I v M 4 g m ,y I V - ' v- -UN AllOuflmplem li Every one knows the grade of implements we have in stock: The very best on the market today. When ..we, have cleaned up our present stock of, implements .we shall have no more for sale and for this reason we are naming the exceedingly low prices as noted below. ; If you have never seen our stock, come in and give us an oppor tunity of showing you what we have and how much, we can save you by buying irom us now. : Following is a list of our stock and very special prices: Kingman : Walking Cultivators . $18.00 Kingman Sulky Plows . ... . . 30.00 Kinsman Ridinq; Cultivators . . 25.00 Farm ers Fa vo rite Wh eat Drills John Deer Corn Drills . .... . Weber Warons ...... . . . . . . $50.00 . . 10.09 .60.00 Everything in ' Hardware JjARDWAUt ) Union City, Tenn. Phone 164. v- Wt '1. : RIVES Mrs. Frank Caldwell is the guest of Mrs. Ora Pyles. Mrs. Pell Harper visited in Kenton tho first of the week. Mrs. Chas. Stirling, who has been ill for two weeks, is reported belter, . Mrs. Con Mofl'att is convalescing after another attack of throat disease. Mrs. Stalling, of Trimble, wa9 the mid-week guest of Mrs. C. Jones. Misses Martha Wade" and Lizzie. Stitt visited in Covington the past week. Miss Vera Stovall, of Martin, is the guest of Mrs. Ed Stirling far the week. J.C. Conner, of - Waverly,. was a recent guest of lis daughter, Mrs. W. ti. l'ttty. . . . ' V; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Whipple, of Union ity, were business visitors here the first the week, ,' ; , : " Miss Florence Botts will be the guest of Mrs. II. L. Lonieve at .Chacago for several weeks. M iss Eudora McCaw, accompanied by Master H arold Cotton, are Jit homo from Atlanta and Chattanooga. Miss Glcnnie rainier left Sunday for several weeks visit with relatives in Memphis and at Ilidgley, Mesdames Laura llutcherson and J Ingh McDonald, the latter of Obion, were shopping in Union City Tuesday. Miss Brint, of Bolivar, is the guest of Miss Ola Betty. Misses Betty and Brint are attending the institute at Union City. Miss Pauline Thome, who has been the guest of Mrs Thurman Phebus west of Union City, returned home Wednesday. Mrs. Lena Hurt and Misses Lois Hurt and Myra Taylor, of Kenton, w ere the week's gmjts of Mesdames F.. II. White and 11. L. Bhebus. "' Miosis II!iliii Mitchell iiild Kcba Wratlier, of Union City, passed through Sunday afternoon en route for Memphis, w here they are the house guests of Mrs. W. It. Scott for tho Scott-Turpin wed- The "Booklovers Contest" in oiie of the Memphis dalies is a favorite theme. how some of us ean get the btuiga Jow is a piwh. Two ladies have al ready invited a to visit them jtwi after, the contest. " , A Ituniin? party of the W lowing gentlemen were out Monday night: E. J. Barnett and Ed McAlister, of Union City; Chester Erwit, of Dyersburg; ' G. F. Botts, O. II. Clemmons and Cothon Bonner. They encamped at tho river. A number of hunters are out early mornings and evenings after squirrels. We bear that one of these gentlemen, knowing the location of six or seven mulberry trees, took precaution to get an extra early start to make the rounds, but was greatly surprised to find a hun ter under each tree. vMissEfhe Harris, daughter of- Mr. J. T. Harris, died Monday at midnight. For months, Miss Harris has been af flicted.'" Her passing away was due to tuberculosis, , the burial took place at Pleasant Hill Tuesday morning, Rev. T, J. Bagby conducting the last sad rites. Besides her father, "-two - sisters and three brothers monrn her demise. They are, Mrs. T. A. C'nninings, Mrs. Walter Warren and William Harris, of Mexico; Edgar Harris, of New Mexico and Theo Harris, of Newborn. . Big Muddy washed nut coal isbest for cooking.' At Union City Ice & Coal Co. ' NUMBER SEVEN,. I. Miss Mary Fields is visiting relatives in Murray, Ky. : Clyde Howard was home from Hen derson College Friday. Several from here are attending the institute at Union City. i f Mrs. Lee Maddox, of Union City, was a guest of Mrs. Carter Tuesday. ,. Mrs. Carl Hickok and little daughter, Mattie, are visiting relatives in Kenton this week. Mis. Wil' Farrish and daughter, Pauline, are visiting relatives and friends in Dyersburg. . Mis Hauie Stnlcup has returned to facr homo xiui'ttj "of Union City aftsr'a visit with Misses Mary Lou and Vera Stovall. , ., ,, ' . Mrs. Connie Dyer and Miss Kathleen Ward, of Union City, were Saturday guests of Mrs. Dyer's parents, Mr. aiid Mrs. J. S. Alexander. Davidson Produce Co., our Enter prising faottWs, announce that they have secured the exclusive bottling privilego of PLEZOL, the New Drink for the present year-;-Tbcy consider themselves very fortunate in securing this Drink.: We i.-h t!.i m wsj, "KENTON. Air. R. B. Gray is spending the week in Union City. , k . , .. ., Mr. W, A. Forester, of Union City, was a visitor in Kenton Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert 'Brown' visited relatives and friends in Atwood Sunday. Frof. E. P. Smith, wife and Miss Hat tie Carroll visited in Rutherford Tues day.'., r: ;: .;' "-: ;'' :" ": l' Mr. Moore, Cumberland Telephone Manager at Union City, was ia Kenton Monday. Miss Minnie Belle Holmes is attend ing the teachers' institute in Union City this week. : ' ": ';' . "' ':' ' Rev. and Mrs. E. M. Matties' and lit tle eon, Marion Hood, spent Sunday in Rutherford. -, - '"," 'r Mesdames Alvin?' Glisson "and Pat Keathley left Tuesday for Dawson Springs, Ky.; v V,. - Miss Maude Baker, ot Trenton, was the guest of M isa Effie Watts aeveral days this week." Mrs. M. E. Watts and little grandson, Ezra Sturdivant, visited relatives at Cool Spings last week. , Miss Lida Crowell, of Rutherford, was the guest of Miss Hattie Carroll on Qual ity Hill this week. '" Mrs. L. F. Becton and daughter, Mrs. Joe Bixler, of Dyer, spent Sunday with relatives in the city. - Claude Kerd left Tuesday morning for Dawson Springs, Ky., where he will spend a week or more. . Mrs. N. A. Senter, Jr., and children, of Humboldt, are visiting relatives and friends in Kenton this week. Mrs, V C. Moore, of Jackson, visited her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Jas. R. Car roll, on Quality Hill this week. Mrs. Lena Hurt and daughter, Ed Loise, and Miss Bfyra Taylor visited in Hives the latter part of last tu;ek, ;" Misses Rebecca Reeves and Minnie Beck, of Union City, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Casey the" first of the week. Miss Callie Howell and mother, Mrs. Ann Howell, returned last Saturday from a week's visit with relatives in. Tipton ville. . Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Howell and little daughter, Minnie Bell, of Rutherford, visited .Mr. and Mrs, J. W. Howell this week, ' "' Mr. Ocorpj Carroll, who hm been teaching in Memphis, is spending his vacation with home folks in and around Kenton. Hr-s. E, G. Atkins .and children, of Savannah Teno., are visiting Mr, and Mrs. A. E. Atkins on Ilollomon street this week. '" Messrs. Tom and Harry Hollomon left Tuesday morning for Lees, Texas, where Tom goes for his health. Harry will return heme after a week or two's visit.. , . .. "... ; ' ' Mrs. Alice Alphin, who has been the guest of Dr. and Mrs. H. T. Fullerton on Quality Hill the past week or more, returned to her home in Fort Worth, Texas, Monday. Misses Bessie Clemmons, Effio Watts, Vonnie King and Trudie Midyett, of Kenton, and Miss Baker," of Trenton, and Mr. and Mrs. Eric D Smith and daughter left Sunday morning for Mur f reesboro, Ten n . , to attend the Slate Nor mal Summer School. They will be gone six weeks. ! ' FREMONT. Miss Dane Brown returned Saturday from school at Martin. , Miss Willis Park is visiting relatives at Union City this week. Mr. and Mrs. Harve Tombs were ia Un ion City Saturday shopping. ' Several from here are attending the Teacher's Institute at Union City this week.; : ' ' ' .. ' Frof. Jake Park left Tuesday for East Tennessee, where he will loc?te as a dentist. The Barney Show was here Saturday night and was greatly enjoyed by the little folks. ; ; ' Miss Lila Caldwell, of Union City, i spending the week with her aunt, Mrs. Mrs. Edna Roan. Fremont Las another' new grocery. John Clack has gone iulo"bu'aiiJea hi his father's old stand, Mr. Mose Glover and family, of Wood land, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Cloar Saturday night. We are under obligation to Mr. P. U. Glover for the report of the unveiling at Cobbs Chapel last Sunday. Rev. Raymond White will preach at Antioch next Sunday at 11 o'clock. We hope a god crowd wiii attend. Rev. Waters, the Presiding .Ekler, preached an abb M-rtnon to an appre ciative audience at Antioch Sunday. Quite a crowd from here attended the unveiling of the monument of Mr, Guy W'alker at Cobbs Chapel last Sunday. Mrs. Alfus Cravens and Miss Kate Cunningham visited relatives and friends at Obion and near Rives from Friday until Monday. - , ' A largo crowd attended the burial of Mr. Andrew Owen at Beech last Satur day, We-joiD in with the many friends in extending our" heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved wife. : Yioi.kt, fSSWiSW w oteim Foi7( lor Siioivor i lii ALL NEXT WEEK AT. n. -1 1 1 i iiyy mum If Utll 0 U1U 1C00 Boxes Talcum. Powder to Sell .(all ...kinds) .. and 1000 Fine Presents to. 'Give Away. Hi ing your little tags in and get one of these nice present ,'.'.'.".'. . . The Tags Get Them. , . Kodaks worth $5.00. . Manicure outfits worth $1.00 Fountain Pens worth $5.00. Toilet Water & Perfumes Prana Syphon Bottle Outfit worth $5.00 Chautauqua Season Tickets worth 2.00 Fine Hair Brushes worth $1.00. Fine Box Stationery Good Bath Brushes worth $ 1 .00. Fine Toilet Goods Safety Razor Outfits worth $1.00. Cigars, Pipes, Soaps . All kinds of nice things for the little tags Bring them in. See our show window filled with these beau tiful and useful articles, worth from 10c to .$10 and they all will be given for the little talcum tags. Bring them in. , A. C. -ffilSNER. D. IIL VETERINARIAN Office Phone 366. Residence Phone 556 Stable Phone 544. 1 " -1 t O.'fice over Nibs Drug Co.'s- Calls answered prr , A craduate of Terre f laute Veterinary College.