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Mr. Spencer Thompson and Miss Zella
Jfossi were united in marriage yesterday
evening at the pastor's study in theFirxt
Christian Cbure.h by Rev. J. E. Stuart.
Witnesses to the quiet ceremony were
Mr. U. A. Flowers and Miss Bess liar-
per, ...
Mr. Thompson is connected with the
Third National Bank, this city, as as
sistant cashier, where be baa been sta
tioned for several years. He was reared
iu the vicinity north of Union City and
is connected vith some of the best
families there, lie is a young man of
fine character and business qualifica
tions. The bride is a daughter of Mr.
aDd Mrs. II. P. Moss, lovely in char
acter and the charm of young woman
liood. The young people will be at
home in Union City, and we tender the
warmest congratulations.
Mrs. Gardner Marries.
St. Louis Mo,. April 19. Mrs. Annie
Cathey Gardner, divorced wife of Russell
. Garder, millionaire manufacturer, of
St. Louis, to-day sprang a surprise on
her friends when she was married to
Edward W. Grccr, vice-president of the
Greer Real Estate and Investment Com
pany, of St. Louis, 10 hours before the
time at which the wedding was sched
uled to take place.
The marriage ceremony was at the
Riviera Apartments, where Mrs. Gard
ner lives. The couple immediately went
to New. York City, from whence they
-will go to Bermuda.
Mrs. Gardner formerly lived at Union
City, Tenn., as did her former husband
Russell E. Gardner. Her father now
lives at Marianna, Ark. A year ago
phe secured a divorce from Mr. Gardner.
'A daughter, Mrs. Thomas R. Watkins,
lives in Memphis. When sha secured a
divorce Mrs. Gardner received $ 100,000
alimony. '
Death of Miss Hattie Grady.
On April 21 the death, angel visited
the home of Mr, and Mrs. John Grady
and claimed for its jewel the beautiful
daughter, Miss Hattie. Miss Hattie
was a beautiful young laJy just' iu her
bloom of life. Age twenty-three years,
two mouths and eleven days. '
Miss Hattie was a true christian. She
joined the Methodist .Chuich at Shady
Grove at the age of thirteen, and lived
a true christian the rest of her life,
She leaves a mother, father, four sisters
and a host of friends and relatives to
mourn her death. This loved one will
be missed in and around ber borne
She was the flower of her home. Made
home a happy place for all. Within
that home everything was done that
loving bands and willing hearts could
do, but God thought it best to take bis
precious one home never more to strive
with the trials and tribulations of this
earth. God called her and she said she
was ready to go every time, but hated
to leave ber dear unconverted ones be
hind. She was loved by everyone who
knew her.
Funeral services were conducted by
Rev. Carman, pastor at Shady Grove
church, and the remain? were laid to
rest in the Shady Grove cemetery to
sleep and rest until the resurrection
morn when God shall call us home to
our. everlasting home where parting is
no more. A Friend.
Weep not, dear father, mother and
sisters, for weeping is in vain, for death
shall come and we will be the same.
The Lord heard her voice and called her
home to dwell in that mansion where
death and parting id no more.'
' Aunt.
Flowers, plumes, trimmings and dra1
penes the most beautiful at Mrs. Arnn s
millinery store.
Rheumatic Pains
are quickly relieved by an application of Sloan's
Liniment You don't need to rub just lay on
lightly. It penetrates at once to
the seat of the trouble.
Here's Proof
Miss Elsik Manthey, 4229 Talman
Ave., Chicago, 111., writes About two
years ago my mother broke down with
rheumatism. The doctors didn't do any
good. My mother was persuaded to try
Sloan's -Liniment, and in three weeks
was entirely well and I believe shs is
cured forever."
Relief From Rheumatism
Miss H.E, Lindelkaf, Gilroy, Calif.,
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obtained great relief frora her rheumatism."
X. Rheumatism Entirely Cone .
Miss Eveletta Myer, of 1215 Wyoming St., Dayton, Ohio, writes:
14 My mother was troubled with rheumatism and her friends advised her to get
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family was troubled with ring-worms there were five ring-worms between my
sisters and I and Sloan's Liniment cured every one of us in a week s tune.
is the best remedy for neuralgia, sciatica, lumbago, chest
pams, asthma, nay tever, croup, sore tnroai ana sprains.
At all dealers. Price, 25c, 50c, and $1.00.
Sloan's Book on Horses, Cattle, Hogs and Poultry sent free. Address
Men, Ladies and Children
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Car Cliicteen Gravel !
Best to be had. IO cents per Bushel
Delivered only with orders for $1.00
$1.00 per barrel ;
50 Cents per bushel.
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PHONE -491
FOR LADIES we are showing
the season's best models in
Gray Buck, ' Brown Buck,
Tans, Patent Leather and
Gunmetal, in pumps, buttons
and ties.
FOR MEN we have the Flor
sheim $5.00 Oxfords in all
leathers. .
Other Oxfords at $3.50 and
Also Hats, Shirts, Underwear,
Ties and Collars for Men.
For Superintendent of Banks.
The State Bankers Association named
five of its members last week who are
recommended to the Governor as suit
able material for State Bank Superin
tendent. ' . , 1 .
There were five men selected by. vote,
out of which number the Governor was
to make the appointment. .The only
Republican in the list, a man from East
Tennessee, was the Governor's choice.
There was also only one regular Dem
ocrat named and that was Walter How
ell, of the Old National Bank, this city,
and we will wager a doughnut that not
another one of these men was better
suited to the place nor better qualified
thaD Mr. HowelJ. -The fact of the bus
iness is, no one ever thought of having
a superintendent until they found that
he was the man for it.
Several from Fremont were in Union
City Monday shopping.
Mrs. McDaniel, of Ebenezer, spent
Sunday here with relatives, v
Mrs. Ola Nichols and little son, J. C,
visited relatives here last week.
J. M. Caldwell and family, of Prote
mus, were here Sunday in their new
Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Killion visited
relatives in Number Twelve Saturday
, Miss Erma Hudson visited her friend,
Miss Jessie Corum, near Beulah Satur
day night. S '.
Sid Caldwell and Lee Norrid, of Un
ion City, were here Sunday looking af
ter the fair sex. ,
Several from here are preparing to at
tend the singing convention at Liberty
next Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Ella Smith, of Union City, came
out Sunday to attend the burial of her
sister, Mrs. .Rosa Lee Douglass.
Mrs. Florence Cloar returned to her
home in Union City Monday after spend
ing several days with her sister, Mrs.
Alice Toombs. '
Mr. Tom Anderson and daughter,
Mrs. Albert Duty, left the first of the
week for Cairo, their home. They have
been spending the flood season with Mr.
and" Mrs. Charlie Caldwell. ' .
Mr. and Mrs. John Osborn, of Rives,
Mrs. Rachel Williamand mother, Mrs.
Sallie Webb, of Troy t Mr. and Mrs.
Edd, Williams, of Hickman, were bere
last Sunday, to see Mrs. Francis Wil
liams, who is dangerously sick at the
home of her son, Bud Williams.
Mrs. Rosa Lee Douglass died at her,
home near here Saturday morning of
consumption. She had suffered a great
deal for the last few months and death
came as a relief in the early morning
of life. She was married four years
ago to Mr, Sam Douglass, who, with
one little daughter, are left to mourn
the loss of a devoted wife and mother.
A large crowd followed the remains to
Antioch where funeral services were
conducted by Rev. Burgess Cunning
ham. We extend our heartfelt sym
pathy to the heart-broken husband,
mother and sister. Violet.
Gardens are looking well. Many are
enjoying freh vegetables.
Mrs. Hale, "Aunt Tenn," visited Mrs.
W. S. Long last Monday.
Mrs. John Nash and Mrs." Clarence
Cloys visited Mrs. Gills last week.
Mrs. Oscar Forrester, of Fort Worth,
Tex., is v'siting Miss Essie Carutjiers.
' Mr. Jas. Tidrow, of East Prairie, Mo.,
was the guest of W. S. Long Sunday.
Mrs. Smith, of Obion, with Mrs.
Humphrey, visited friends here Satur
day and Sunday.
The farmers of our community are
taking advantage of the mild weather
to plant their early crops.
Mrs. Jas. Caruthers entertained Mrs.
Dock Carter and family, Grandmother
Carter, of Fulton, and Mrs. Bruce, of
the city, last Friday.
W. S. Long is canvassing for the new
book, "Fire, Flood and Tornado of the
United States." . He has a large cata
logue and can furnish books, including
Bibles and Testaments, on short notice.
Call Phone 572.
The many friends anil relatives of Mr.
Luther Whiteside, of Fulton, were pain
fully shocked when the sad news of his
sudden death was,flasbed over the wires
early Monday morning. His health
had been gradually failing for some
time, but no one thought the end was
so near. The writer has known him
from early infancy and can truly say
that he was a noble man. When a
mere boy his everyday life foretold the
man. He was quiet and modest almost
to timidity. He filled several worthy
posit.ons in life after graduating at Leb
anon, Tenn. He was a splendid teacher.
Many, business men of this country will
remember his untiring zeal he put forth
while teaching at Obion College, at Troy.
He also filled the position of postal
clerk for quite a while on the Illinois
Central railroad, besides other responsi
ble positions. The efficiency of his work
in different positions and his devotion
to it at all times are in a sense the meas
ure of the man. He leaves a wife and
several children besides a host of rela
tives to mourn his loss. He was buried
at Fulton last Tuesday under a wilder
ness of flowers amid a host of surviv
ing friends and relatives.
Lady Reader
Mrs. Humphrey Marshall is very sick.
Mrs. M."J. Oliver is visiting in Mar
tin. ' v
Mrs. Charity Butts visited Mrs. Clan-
ton Sunday.
Mrs. Bessie Marshall was shopping in
Obion Monday.
Aunt Sallie Wharton left Wednesday
for Paris, Texas.
Mr. Fred Laws, of Polk, visited Mr.
N. M. Farrior Sunday.
Herman Quillen " was the guest of
Douglas Barnes Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Howell spent Sun
day with Miss Mollie Myers.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Howell visited
Mrs. Flowers near Troy Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Harmon, of Tab
ly's Mill, visited relatives here Sunday.
Mrs. M. A. Quillen and Miss Lilly
Barnes visited Miss Mollie Myers Sun
day. Mrs. James Clanton entertained sever
al of her friends with a quilting Thurs
day. J. W. Barnes and niece, Mrs. Clar
ence Curry.were called to the bedside of
W. H. Barnes near Petersburg last Fri
day. Mrs. James Clanton and mother, Mrs.
Brown, Mrs. Lillie Coeman and Mrs.
Maude Berry spent Monday with Mrs.
Thomas Harris.
Matting Druggets just arrived ahead
of the flood. Home Furniture Com
pany. Thone 99.
Big Muddy washed nut coal is best
for cooking. At Union City Ice &
Coal Co.
Farmers are busy planting corn.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Dodson spent Sun
day with Mr. Jess McCins and wife.
Mr. J. H. McCaw is having some im
provements made on his farmhouse.
Mr. Thos. Clark, of Rives, and Miss
Nora Forrester, of this place, attended
preaching at Troy Sunday evening.
Miss Louie May Reeves spent Thurs
day with relatives at Rives.
Mr. Willie B. Forrester attended the
ball game at Union City Saturday.
Miss Beulah Clark is the week-end
guest of her sister, Mrs. Reb Forrester. :
Mr. Martin Forrester and family and
Mr. Jim Lyttop and family spent Sun-;
day with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cullom. j
, Among those who Sundayed with Mr.
and Mrs. Robt. Clark were Mr. and
Mrs. T. J. Vaden and family and Mr.
and Mrs. Reb Forrester, of Rives.
Mrs. Clyde Fitzgerald and children
spent Thursday night with Mrs. Fitz
gerald's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Billie
Forrester. . Maibeixe.
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Genuine Florida Yam Seed Sweet Potatoes, per bushel. -$2.00
Golden Coin Bunch Yam Seed Sweet Potatoes $1.75
Old Yam Seed Sweet Potatoes .1 ..$1.50
Yellow Queen Seed weet Potatoes $l.c
Triumph Seed Irish Potatoes, per bushel . $1.00
Ohio (genuine) Red Remes ..$1.00
Irish Cobblers 1 A.. .$1.00
Rose. I....... $100
Burbank y. . 95c
Peerless ... 95c,
Yellow Onion Sets, per gallon '. 30c
Red Onion Sets, per gallon 1 ... 30c
White Onion Sets, per gallon -.u .- 35 C
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C. V. JONES, Manager

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