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Local and Personal
Mrs. F. W. Tardue is "on the sick list.' Rev. W. II. Trice visited Jlarris'Sta tion Monday. -v-v- - Call 150 for cal of any kind. Mr. Fred Alleott, of Fulton, Suo dayed in the city. Mrs. Tiny Duncan hits returned from a visit in Paducah. ' Use Jersey Cream Flour. None better. Clarence Smith, of Covington, was in the city Monday. Spencer Starke, of Paducah, visited in the city this week. . Try that good, plain candy, home made. Mrs. Whitescll flarpole is improving from a recent illness. Mrs. John Gates, of Hornbeak, was here Tuesday shopping. Don't you think the Home Furniture Co. can please you. Miss Winnie Corum is quite ill at her home north of the city. Will D. Flack, of Crockett, was a vis iter in the city last week. Dou't you think the Home Furniture Co. can please you. Miss Linnie Threlkeld has' returned to her home in Woodland. Mrs. D. L. Roper visited in Mount Zion neighborhood Sunday. That Cocoanut Brittle Homo-made Candy at Kirk land's Miss Mozelle Holrnan visited near Harris Saturday and Sunday. Miss Etta B. Cloar visited her parents near Rives Saturday and Suuday. "Don't you think the Home Furniture Co. can please you. Mr. Bcnj; Miller, of Greenfield, was a social visitor in the city Sunday. Mrs. M. Glasscock and daughter, Miss Bess, visited in St. Louis this week. Bradford & Andrews are our agents for cut flowers, Joy & Son, Nashville. Mrs. Dock Carter is reported ill at her home in the northern part of the city. Dr. Bond made a professional visit Co Walnut Log; op Reel foot Lake, Mon day. Best in the world Kirkland's Home made Candy. Messrs. John and Clagett Martin, of Martin were social visitors here this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jesop are enter- taming a new uaugmur ...t Sunday.. ' v Milton, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Andrews, is quite sick with pneumonia. Mrs. C. C. Taylur and little daughter, Mary Alii"", of Memphis, are visiting relatives here. Rub-My-Tism will cure you. Mrs. Odie Beard, of jDbiofi, is spend ing the'woek with her daughter Mrs. Matt Campbell. .Miss Jane Taylor, . of Tnnton, was Miss Agrnes Coble's visitor on College street this week, i We are offering everything to beautify the home. Home Furniture Co. Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Cutler, of Para gould, Ark., are in the city en route to Jackson to locate. . The Fulton City School will play the Union City Training School Friday, Nov. 15, at 2:30 p. m. Coal and wood delivered promptly by the Union City Ice & Coal Co. Mrs. J. G. Hamlet, of Mason, Tenn., is spending the week with her daugh ter, Mrs. 0. L. Tardue. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hubbs have taken rooms with Mr. and Mrs. Frank ,J3otts on'Home street for the winter. Coal Coke Wood Call Tel. 150. Mrs. Rome Fields, of Hornbeak, has returned home after several weeks' visit to her sister, Mrs. Harry Vincent. Miss Nona Freeman has returned to her home in Huntingdon, after a few months as saleslady for Mrs. Arnn. Barler oil heaters for bath rooms. Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. The Young Ladies' Missionary Society of the C. P. Church in Union City wiil give a bazaar Dec. 20 and 21, 1912. Robt. Rinehart has returned to Ken- nett, Mo., after a visit with his mother, Mrs. Lou Rinehart, on Harrison street Oak boxing 11.50 a hundred this week at Union City Lumber Co. Mrs. I). S. Brinkley left Wednesday morning to attend the" funeral of her father, Mr. John Clark, near Taris, Tenn. Miss Lottie Webb, of Mayfield, and Miss Mary Baulcb, of Jackson, were here this week as the guests of Miss Genevieve Nailling. - . ' Best in this world, or any other place, Kirklaiw 8 candies, liome-maue. Gen. D. T. Hartwell and Chns. Lowe, of Marion, 111., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moss Sunday and Monday while en route to Reelfoot Lake for a few days' hunting and fishing. A benefit for", the M. E. Church has been tendered to the ladiesot the church by Mr. Morris at the Gem Theatre Fri day night. Special pictures will be seen in addition to a specially prepared pro gram. Prices Range from $15.00 to $35.00 Fit, Quality, 'atterns The fit, quality and patterns of our clothes commends them strongly to the careful dresser. These garments are made by skilled hands in sanitary shops and possess every feature of merit which it is possible to put into them. See our showing of new Fall and Winter styles. I J y ATHLETIC L'r1 , j SHAWL COLLAR) Vi OVERCOAT D. Wtisenberg, representing Alexan der Gordon, Detroit, was. here this week ntroducing his famous Canadian Club 5c cigar. Mr. Weiscnberg has a good smoke and if you want to try a good fane get the Canadian Club. The ladies of the Methodist Mission ary Society have formed a chain of socials to get funds for the one thou sand dollars they have pledged for the new church. Mrs. Miles, Mrs. Allen and Mrs. W. L.White each have enter tained. Mrs. Lucy Alexander will en tertain Nov. 21. Leave vour orders with Bransford & Andrews for special floral designs. On the last page of the paper we pub lish the location of Dr. Edward L. Jones in tbe city. Dr. Jones is not a chirop odist but a chiropractor and is devoting his attention to special treatment. Dr. Jones is located at the home of J. C. Burdick, and would be glad to answer all calls at that place. Mr. Thos. Southworth has returned after a trip in the interest of his inven tion. Mr. Southworth has discovered the secret of easy portrait photography and the photograph world is taking hold of his invention and lauding its advan tages. Mr. Southworth is organizing a manufacturing plant to be in operation here soon. The shop will probably be over Sherman Sutherland'! tailor shop in the Robinson building. New dear in town Cana dian Club, 5c. Try it. At all dealers. 5J tL I i lis-"- I i v i i j it 1 ATHLETIC CUT CLOTHES rahn DRCvrui Lt CO. NEW YORK We still have a full stock of ladies, childreus and mens shoes. Before you buy let us show you, as we are sure .we can please you. : an t ts ir n.r . rf y f ; wit 3 Social and personal Mrs. Berryhill, Editor. Telephone 140. Kindly report as enrly as con venient. Waddell-Armstrong. ' A beautiful wedding took place at the First Methodist Church in Memphis on the evening of the 11th inst., when Mr. and Mrs. St. John Waddell gave in marriage their attractive daughter, Irma Lewis, to Walter Preston Armstrong. The cbnrch was thronged with guests witnessing a ceremony very impressive by Rev. T. W. Lewis, D. D. It was a chrysanthemum wedding with the eolden note as the predomi nating color. The church was 'decora ted with a wealth of greenery and flow ers. The musical program was elabor ate, Mrs. Wm. JV Meyer presiding at tbe organ. The bride was beautiful in a bridal robe of white charmeuse satin, with garniture of lace and pearls, carrying a shower bouquet of bride roses. Mrs. E. E. Howry, of Sardis, Miss., sister of the" groom, was the matron of honor, Miss Edith Combs, of Cincinnati, the maid of honor. The bridesmaids were Miss Elizabeth Cocke and Miss Louise Armstrong, of Coffeeville, Miss. Harold Drew, of New Haven, Conn., was the best man, the groomsmen, W. T. Bacon, of Chicago, Eugene Boyd, Eobt. Moore, Field Ozburn, and St. John Waddell, Jr., the bride's brother. An informal reception followed at the homo of the bride's parents on Bellevue boulevard. Tbe groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W, Armstrong, assisted in receiving. Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong left for a trip to New York. . ; Among the out-of-town guests were Miss Birdie Waddell, Mr. Sejd Waddell and Mrs. W. It. Hendrix, Union City; Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Waddell, Clarks dale, Miss. et i Jake Stahl, manager of the Boston Bed Sox, and brother, of Champaign, 111.,; are shooting on Reelfoot Lake. They are staying at the Samburg hotel, having heard great stories of duck shooting in that neighborhood. Mr. Stahl said Tuesday thatjie expected to be joined there latter part of the week by "Smoky Joe" Wood and Tris Speak er if the weather grew cold enough for the ducks, but if Jt continued so mild the party would go on into Northern Arkansas until they found something to shoot. The three baseball lights will be in Union City during the week. Mr. Stahl is a personal friend of Mr. Gas ton, the contractor in charge of the cus tom house. Mr. Gaston was in Cham paign this week and promised to wire the champion's manager the football dope from that point. Squads of wild ducks have begun to drift south. Tuesday an orderly regi ment of them appeared over Union City, veering east in quest of water. They evidently sighted Memphis, where, according to some of the recent rabid political speeches, they will find plenty of it. F. L. ritrnan, manager of tn Union City cotton gin, reports the handling of 325 bales of cotton up to date thru the local plant and the baling of 450 to 500 more before the season closes in all o . Great Bargain in Ladies Ready to Wear Garments Our buyer, Mr. Verhine, who is in New York this week, purchased a big lot of Cloaks and Suits for Ladies at a great sacrifice, and will be on sale Saturday morning at 9 o'clock at large reductions in prices. . m (an - Verbdnie Co.. The Big' New Store probability. He stated that the de crease in cotton acreage and yield, ow ing to the late spring, would not be re peated next season, according to fore casts from local farmers, and he ex pected three times as much baling by his plant next year. Sid Black, sales manager for the W. S. Bruce Automobile Co., Memphis, was in Union City Monday in one of the Overland people's 1913 model cars. It is a splendid looking machine and has boat all competitors in the five-passenger, six-cylinder class. Mr. Black quartered his car here at.the Andrews garage for a few hours, and the agency for the Overland was established there with Claud Andrews and J. C. Burdick, Jr., as salesman. The marriage of Mrs. Sarah A. Phil lips, of 712 Clara avenue, and Marcus Pennington, of Augusta, Ga., will take place Nov. 20. Mrs. Phillip's is the widow ot W. J. Phillips, and the young est daughter of the late J. R. Williams, of Jefferson County, Ga. Mr. Pen nington is a planter of Richmond Coun ty, Ga. After their marriage Mr. Pen nington and bride will depart immedi ately for the South to make their homo. St. Louis Post Dispatch. , j0 W. C. T. U. Program. Opening song. Scripture lesson Mark &27. Reading the minutes. Business session. Topic The Sunday School for Tem perance. Leader, Mrs. Sam Brummel, Superintendent of Sunday School Work. Place of meeting, the JNew unurcii Chapel, Friday, Nov. 15, at 3 p. m. ' 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. Notice. i To my friends and the public in gen eral: I desire to inform you that I will this fall be associated as local buyer with the Taylor Grain Company. See me before you sell your grain and hay. it- II. L. Locker?. CLAYTON. Dr. Flat and family are visiting rela tives in Lake County, Rev. Mayo filled his regular appoint ment at Reelfoot Sunday and preached an interesting sermon on the subject of "Faith and Unbelief." Mrs. A. E. Caldwell is visiting rela tives in Union City this week. The new. switchboard at this place, managed by W. R. Underwood, will be in service by December 1. Hurtle and Gracie Donnell, who are attending school at Martin, spent Satur day and Sunday with homefolks. The little one-year-old baby of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Kirk died Friday of bronchial pneumonia and was buried at Antioch Saturday. Blue Bird. Heating stoves, any price you want. Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. MOVED. Wanted, everybody to know that Brandt's store is now located next door to E. P. GrUsom's grocery, with a fine line of clothing, shoes and furnishings for ladies and gentlemen, with prices lower than ever. Come and be con vinced. BRANDT'S QUALITY STORE, Next toE.P.Grissoms, Union City, Tenn.' Sample Shoe Bargains. Men's nice dressy shoes at ,.$2.48 Ladies' fine high buttoned shoes at 2.48 Men's work shoes at . 1.95 Boys' sample shoes at 1.50 Children's soft sole shoes at -25c up BRANDT'S QUALITY STORE, Next to E. P. Grissom 's Grocery, Union City, Term. Man past 30 with horse and buggy to sell Stock Condition Powder in Obion County. Salary f 70 per month. Ad dress 9 Industrial Bldg., Indianapolis, Indiana. Mil - 7 FOR SALE My home one mile north of Union City. A rare opportunity to get such a location. Hot and cold water. Two nice orchards. Also some nice timothy buy and corn at my farm in 12th District, 3 miles from Spout Spring. Call 240 or see Dorrki.l lURKifi. A Perfect Oven is A Kitchen Treasure Nothing in the home is a source of greater pleasure than a dependable oven. , The housewife who has a stove or range which bakes to perfection, at all times, has reason to be happy. ,: co!es Hot Blast . Saage:-: Is made with an oven you can depend on always it never fails. It is equipped with a thermometer which does away with all guess work. One look and you know when the oven is ready for bread, cakes, pies, cookies, roasts or whatever you wish to prepare. You will find the light, balanced oven door to be handy and convenient. No breaking of oven door frames on Cole's Hot Blast Ranges. This is the range with the odorless and smokeless " broiler-grill. Worth the price of . the range if you enjoy properly cooked steak, chops, fish and game. cr .... if . ii. n ..'" Kl, fiaiiiiog-yissr mmm uo.iis fuel unit IM$.