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iti rt ' CALL ON US IF YOU WANT TO BUY, SELL OR RENT PROPERTY OR NEED Insurance of any kind We represent only the best Fire, Life, Accident and Tornado Insurance Com panies. We will appreciate your business. if line ci Real Estate and Insurance kj w m ai Quality in Lumber counts for much more than its initial cost. That is proven by the fact that when you buy lumber here, you won't have to buy more for a long time to come. Sound and thoroughly seasoned as it is, nee it is put up it is there to stay without the need of repair or re placement. ' UKIOlciTY LUMBER CO, "T. R. REYNOLDS, Pronrletcr Phone 285 Telephone 150 and get summer prices on BON AIR COAL The best sold on this market Prices are cheaper now than they will be next fall and winter. You will save money by having us fill your coal bin now. Union City Ice & Goal Go. Telephone 150, ;., ; J. C. BURDICK Wholesale and Retail Reelfoot Lake and ., Mississippi River Fish Game Oysters in Season. New location, East Main Street rhone 185. UNION CITY, TENN Ouiiin OBION. Dr. J. J. Wells, of Glass, was in Union City Monday on business. Miss Eflie Heed visited relatives in Dyersburg Saturday. Richmond Vancleavo and Herbert Rawdon were Sunday visitors in Gibbs. Esas. A. Wilson, II. C. Corley and J. W. Buchanan attended the regular meeting of the County Court at Union City Monday and Tuesday. D. W. Hoean has moved to bis home, which he recently bought in Obion. II. Forcum made a business trip to Union City Saturday. Tommy Goulder.of Millington, spent Sunday here with his sister, Mrs. J. E. Bivens. Frank Steele, of Memphis, was the guest of relatives here Sunday. Esqs. E. N. Moore and A. k. Wells, of Number Fourteen, H. B. Flemming and W. If. Cutler, of Number Nine, were in Union City the first of the week attending County Court. Dr. Jas. F. Darnall and family at tended the meeting at Clovcrdale Sun day. W. L. White and wife and Jas. Mel vin and wife, of Union City, were the guests of Dr. and Mrs. V. J. Jernigan Sunday. N. S. Vaught made a, business trip to Memphis Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Flynn Brown are the parents of a new girl, which was born Monday, Miss Grace James visited friends in Union City Saturday and Sunday. . Dr. Jas. F. Darnall visited his father at Corinth, Miss., the first of the week. Dr. V. J. Jernigan reports the ar rival of a new boy at the home of Mr. and. Mrs. Bob Puckett at Glass. Tolk McDonald visited his daughter, Miss Aeta, who is attending Ward Belmont College at Nashville,, last week. Mrs. C. E. Mauley, of Trezevant, is the guest of her son, N. I. Manley, at Elbridge. Col. and Mrs. T. R. Inman, of Troy, were week-end guests of relatives in the city. W. J.; Starnes, of Rives, visited his brother, J. II. Starnes, last Friday. The former reports the arrival of a thirteen pound boy at bis home on last Friday. L. G. Moffat and family spent Satur day and Sunday with relatives at Rives. Mrs. William Raggains, of Tolk, was here Monday shopping. Misses Minnie Wright and Nettie Marshall, of Zion, attended the State Fair at Nashville last week. Rev. J. T. Bagby is engaged in a pro tracted meeting at the Methodist Church at Rives. He is being assisted by Rev. B. T. Fuzzell, of Trimble.' Fred Cravens, of Troy, was in town Monday on business. Mesdames Nora Holloway and Tom Hutchison, of Number Nine, were shop ping in Obion Monday. Miss Georgia Pardue, of Moriah, was in town Friday shopping. Miss Lena Davidson and Miss Era Ferguson attended the fair at Dyers burg last week. J. T. Campbell and family, who have been in California for some time forthe benefit of Mr, Campbell's health, have returned to their old home in Number Nine. ' Roulac Moultrie and family, of Horn beak, spent Sunday in Obion with A. M. Moultrie and family. " Mrs. C. White, of Waverly, is the guest of her sons, D. II. and R. E. White, this week. Atty. E. J. Green and wife visited relatives at Mason Hall Sunday. Elder C. C. Brown and wife are guests of relatives in St. Louis this week. Mrs. J. F. Tope and daughter, Obion, visited relatives and attended the fair at Dyersburg last week. A. C. Davidson and wife spent Mon day on the lake. Mrs. N. S. Vaught and children are visiting relatives at Kenton. Chas. Humphreys and wife, of Sha ron, are guests of S. D. Clemmons and family near town. Bob Fox and family, John Fox and wife, E. Fox and wife and I. Rosenthal and wife were in Cloverdale Sunday to attend the revival meeting, ' which is being conducted there by Rev. R. C. White. Jess Ragsdale has accepted a position with the Obion Hardware Co. as sales man. Kiridahd's- lunch Room For Ladies and Gents The only Real Lunch Room in Town Everything to Eat in Season. WOMAN A GREAT SUFFERER Tells How She Was Restored To Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound. Grayville, I1L "I was a great suf ferer of female complaints for a year and l got nouung that helped me un til I began taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound. I was irreg ular and had cramps so bad that I had to go to bed. Now I have better health than I have had for years and I cannot speak too highly of vour medicine," Mrs. JESSIE ScHAAJt, 413 Main St, Grayville, 111. Case of Mrs. Tally. Chicago, 111. "I take pleasure in writing to thank you for what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has done for me. I suffered with such aw ful periodic pains, and had a displace ment, and received no benefit from the doctors. I was advised to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and am now as well as ever." Mrs. Wil liam Tuixy, 2052 Ogden Avenue, Chicago, IH. If you have the slightest doubt that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound will help you, write to Lydia E.PInkhamMedicineCo. (confidential) Lynn, Mass., for ad vice. Tour letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman, amd held in strict confidence. DR. JAKE H. PARK DENTIST Office: Room I, Nailling Building TELEPHONE 136, UNION CITY. TENNESSEE union CITY HOSPITAL A general Hospital, open to all Physicians and Surgeons. Aseptic and Modern Equipment. Rates $15 to $25 per Week. MRS. L E. ROEDECKER. - (Graduate Nure) Superintendent UNION CITY. TENN. H. P. T AYLOR Architect and Builder House Plans, Specification and Estimates Scientifically Adjusted Office: Room 15, Nailling building FOR SALE The Trevathan home in Union City; good 10-room house and big lot; close in, corner Ury and High streets. Will sell at a bargain. 22-tf .... Mbs. C. E. Tkevaxhax. Martin, Tenn.", care Anderson Hotel. TURKEYS WANTED Also other kinds of poultry. We buy 12 months in the year. Call us over phone or come to see us when in town. oct3-3m W G. Reynolds. Our Lines Coriii ijm m . and we are showing all the New Styles in all Leathers. FOR LADIES we have the high grade line of J. J. Latteman, made in New York City, also the celebrated Selby line, of Portsmouth, Ohio. , In our MEN'S DEPARTMENT we have the widely advertised Florsheim Shoe at $5 and $6, also the Alden, Walker & Wilde shoe, of East Weymouth, Mass., at $3.00 to $4.50. Our stock of Childrens and Misses Shoes is full of good styles, in all leathers and colors, made by the famous Utz & Dunn Co., of Rochester, N. Y and S. L Pierce & Co., of Cleveland, Ohio. We have also added a line of Mens Heavy Work Shoes and will guarantee every pair to give the wearer complete satisfaction. - : '- n s . "-.r Slioe 216 5. First Street KENTON. J. H. McAfee has on exhibition at the First National Bank a stalk of cot ton containing 105 well developed bowis. It is a fine specimen. vMiss Florence Sinclair returned home Friday from St. Lou is, where she has been visiting for some weeks. Mr. Tom McNeely, of Paris, Texas, is visiting relatives and friends here this week. Mrs. Jessie Bitticks, d Clinton, Ky., visited her brother, Mr. W. R. Holmes, the latter part of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Rube Bailey, of Trim ble, visited relatives here Friday. "Uncle" Jack Warix, who resides just north of town, has finished his new house and moved into same. Mrs. R. R. Tilghman and Mrs. C. W. Dement of the 24th district, spent Saturday and Sunday the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Gray. Mr. B. T. Minton, of the 24th dis trict, spent Saturday and Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Lorr Scoggins. Mr. R. B. Glisson left Sunday for Cin cinnati, after a few days' visit with his family. Marvin Harrison, of Hickman, Ky., visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Harrison, this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wylie, of near Yorkville, visited the family of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Watts Sunday. Mr. Henry Watts, who fell and broke one of his legs some two weeks ago, has suffered considerable pain and is improving slowly. Mr. C. R. Wade has been confined to his room since last Thursday, caused by being thrown out of his buggy. He was crossing a small ditch when the front wheels of the buggy went down so far as to pitch him out. Fortunately no bones were broken, but he received some severe bruises. Mr. Flowers Odom, who has been vis iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Odom, for the past two weeks, returned Tuesday to Lexa, Ark. While washing last Saturday morn ing, Maggie Hunt, colored, aged 15 years, was burned to doath. Her dress caught on fire and before any one could get to her rescue she was burned so badly that death resulted Sunday night at 10:30 O'clock. Miss Fauline Smith returned home Monday after a week's visit with friends in Dyersburg. Miss Gertrude Lukens, of Paducah, Ky., is visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Henderson, west of town. Mr. Harry Lukens, of Paducah, Ky., was a visitor here Tuesday. Mr. J. T. Townsend, of Camden, Tenn., was the guest of his son, Mr. A. R. Townsend, and wife several days this week. . Neuralgia of the face, shoulder, hands or feet requires a powerful remedy that will penetrate the flesh. . BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT possesses that power. Rubbed in where the pain is felt is all that is necessary to relieve suf fering and restore normal conditions. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store, advt Real Estate For Sale. As administrator of the estate of my brother, Hubert J. Barnett, I am now offering for sale one double brick store house on Washington avenue, also one five-room cottage on Exchange street. Easy teims. See White & Quinn or write V. G. Barnett, Dermott, Ark. 26-tf are Now - V jfl 9 Store UNION CITY, TENN. HARDY & GLAS Fancy Groceries Vtiat Wa Know and What You Ought to Knaw. . The value of your? grocer to you is governed by what he knows. A potato is a potato; cabbage is cabbages you can see this with your naked eye. But all flour is not good flour; all lard is not good lard; all coffee is not good coffee. Our knowledge of the goods of the different manu facturers makes this store valuable to you. What you buy from us carries with it our personal guarantee. If we haven't the item you want in stock, we will get it for you no difference how much or how little. Many of your neighbors have traded here for years. Ask them. There is not a thing that a first-class gro cer should carry that you cannot find in our store. We give you what you want, when you want it. Our aim is to be prompt, courteous and honest. Full weight, full measure and 1 00 cents worth for a dollar. Yours for trade, HARDY & GLASS Phones 14 and 7 'Three Wagons DAVIS BROS. INSURANCE Fire, Accident ALL KINDS Life, Tornado Representing the Best Companies We write Both City and Farm Policies Your business solicited and will be appreciated. Office over Oliver's Drug Store. Call on us. Office Phone 261, Residence Phone 8. Union City, Tenn. SALEM. W. T. Harris and Daniel Marshall have returned from the old soldiers re union at Nashville. They also attend ed the State Fair.'' Mr. Dan Kerley and sister, Mrs. II. C. Corum, visited at the home of Mr. Robert Kerley near Hartville, Tenn., last week. " . ; Mr. and Mrs. Treston Houser and little daughter are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. II. I. Houser this week. Mrs. 8. E. Reaves, of Prim m, Tenn., is visiting her granddaughter, Mrs. C. L. Harris this week. Mr. Jim Preuett has returned from a week's stay in Nashville, attending the fair. , Miss Nellie Marshall is on the sick list this week. Mrs. Glenn Davis and little child have b ;en visiting at the home of Mrsi Davis' uncle, Mr. Dock Wheeler, near Hick man. Mrs. S. C. Preuett and little grand daughter, Jessie, have been visiting re latives near here this week. Mrs. B. Covington and little children, of Crystal, spent last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Luton. Mrs. A. P. Harris and little baby, Payne, spent part of last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Atkins spentSunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Luton. Send all your magazine orders, both in clubs and single subscriptions, to Miss Minnie I. Bowen, Hickman, Ky., R. F. D. No. 3. 28-tf. NUMBER SEVEN. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Taylor, of Colorado City, Col., are the guests of Mrs. Joe Howard. Mr. Jim Alexander is at home from Texas. Mrs. Lena Callicott is in Jackson, guest of her sister, Mrs. Rogers. Dr. Chitwood was called to Ruther ford Saturday to see Mrs. Lebron Clim rnett. P. H. Barbee is in Chicago this week on business. Mrs. Harve Roby, of near Troy, was the Sunday guest of her parents, Mr, and Mr s. Joe Howard. ' Miss Amy Moss began her school at Sunny Side Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Hunt Roper, of Union City, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Bizwell. Mr. and Mrs. Connie Dyer, of Union City, spent Sunday with Mrs. Dyer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Alexander. Mr. Glass attended the county reunion this week at Kenton. Mr. and Mrs. Will Bell and Mr. and Mrs. Tin Bell, of Union City, spentSun day here with relatives. and 'City Market Just listen to This September is passing out It is now becoming your duty to consider Autumn Apparel. Let us show you the.-author!"-; tive styles in Autumn Tailored Clothes, , Shirts, Hats, Shoes in fact, everything in Mens Furnish ings. Tailoring Deparment We have trore than 500 rich and rare all-wooKvaves awaiting your nod to be made up into an Overcoat or Suit. Why linger? Why delay? You can as well afford to order your new suit or overcoat now s any time, and this is the place to get your needs perfectly, satisfied. It costs you nothing to come in here and browse around, and that's all we ask. You don't order until you see the cloth you prefer, the style you desire and the price you care to pay. Furnlihln Department We have all the latest in this department. Shirts The . Emery Made for The Toggery The best shirt on the market. They are the most . satisfactory shirts you can buy. Fit, color, wear, all guaranteed. CI Hose, Underwear, Ties, Collars, Pajamas, Nightshirts The Man Wearing Apparel Shop. Hat Department. All the latest styles. "Lion Special" our leader. Shoe Dspartment. The very latest lasts, for the gendemen, ladies and childreo. For foot comfort, come here1 and let our shoe experts fit your feet You are welcome any time. , . : v $ 1 -