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P. GRISSOM THE OLD RELIABLE GROCER ' -TWO GOOD LINES- Goldga Gate Teas and Coffees Chase & Sanborn's Teas and Coffees THE. VERY BEST THE .WORLD AFFORDS FRESH MEAT MARKET THE BEST Meat, Flour, Sugar; Coffee - Everything:! All handled in an up-to-date, sanitary manner. No order too large. No order too small. '. E. P. GRLSSOM " Phones 204-230 Washington Ave. Heater No. 125 ,.. ..aarL 11 1 1- wiL Price $2.15 Warmth Without Smoke or Dirt Get a No, 125 Perfection for $2.15 and be com fortable in the worst of weather. : Direct from the Standard Oil Company of Louis iana. F.O.B.; Memphis, Nashville, Chattanooga, Knoxville. Cash with order. V' ' ''.' ' If your dealer cannot supply jou,' write us. STANDARD OIL COMPANY Memphis Nashville of Louisiana Chattanooga Knoxville a "J. , - 4. A, 1 'a 'S "A Social and Personal Mrs. Berryhill, Editor. Telephone 10. Kindly report as ear! j as con eoient. Birthday Party. Little Eloise Fardue entertained a number of ber friends last Friday at her home on College street in celebra tion of her fourth birthday. During the hours from three to five o'clock the home was a scene of merry-making in the innocent amusements indulged in by the little ones present. They were in high glee over the peanut hunt, and it was interesting to seo the- little tots eagerly counting their peanuts to see Who must receive the prize, a story book, which fell to Willie rarner Cald well,' The most enjoyable feature of the afternoon was a balloon hunt and tha air was. soon afloat with these pretty toys,' -while the shouts of delight from the tinders and the blowing of the whis tles indicated the joy they found in the frolic. In due time they were invited into the dining room, where the deco tationain pink made a picture of loveli ness, and partook of the dainty Iced re freshments in which also prevailed the predominating color. The charming little hostess received many nice pres ents with wishes for happy returns of the day. Wednesday Club. ; Mrs. C. -H. Cobb entertained the Wednesday Club this week. Mrs. Wal lace Moore won the club prize and Mrs. Ben Herring the consolation. Mrs. Lambert won the visitor's prize. Em broidered shirt waists were the prizes. Refreshments in courses were very de lightful. ' .. ""' Mrs. Ben Bransford, Hostess. Mrs. Ben Bransford pleasantly enter tained the Young Woman's Missionary Society Friday afternoon. Two contests were enjoyed, one being questions con cerning the ancestors of the contestants arid 'the other being questions toi be answered with proper names from the bible."1 Miss Louise Dahnke was the most successful in the first contest and Mrs. Ilowell Bransford in the second. Hot coffee raisin sandwiches and cheese crackers', were served.1. Mrs. Ligon Entertains. ' .Mrs, Chas. Ligon was-the cordial hostess Tuesday afternoon of an enjoy able rook party given to a limited jium hpr nf her friends. Several Winds of the popular game were played a four card tables. Delightful reiresnmems were served, the hostess being assisted in receiving and serving by her daugh ter, Mrs. Corker Jackson. U.D.C. The ladies of the Leonidas Polk Chap ter are duly grateful for the free scholar ship given them in the Union City High School by the Board of Education ' for another year and take this means of publicly thanking them for same. Mrs. J. A. Coble, Mrs. W. Z. Massengim., Mrs. W. H. SwiGGARf, Committee. FASHIONABLE NEW YORK. Are We Harking Back to Hoop Skirts? New York, Nov. 10. Mrs. Reginald Vanderbilt recently, wore a costume of amber figured crepe and chiffon with the new double tunic topped by a hat of black tulle in baret shape trimmed with a bow of ' wide black moire ribbon poised at the back, one end up the other out and down in the mode that has caught the fashionable fancy. On the same occasion Miss Sands wore a gown of Dolly Varden crepon com bining pale blue,, mauve and bid rose. Mrs. Gordon Douglas in a gown of black faille had a tunic with' a deep saw-tooth edge. Mrs. Wm. E. Carter's gown of faded rose taffeta bad a similarly fin ished tunic and one of the new Japanese mal fitting collars that are the tip of the mode just now. - THE JAPANESE COLLAR. No one who aspires to fashion wears a blouse that is cut high in the neck, and the new Japanese collar, which is a narrow turn over affair that circles the neck in an open ugly way, is very much used. The idea seems t5 be to leave the throat perfectly free at the back and sides as well as in front. You can in troduce a wired upstanding ruffle if you will to-'softeri the effect, or a Det gamp if you must have a decided covering. Only the outer coats and wraps make any provision for throat protection. Many of these have wide," short rolling collars of fur that can be drawn close about the throat at need, while many smaller fur pieces are made up in cravat We buv cattle, hogs and poultry. Call us up or come to see us. We buy all the time. , School and Farm. Are you interested in the improve ment of your school and farm? If you are, meet with us.at your school build ing at the following times and places to discusS the benefits of co-operation be tween the patrons anu teachers, Hie re lation, of the school to the home and farm and kindred topics. ' ' Mr. J. C. McAmis, the Count; Agri culturist, is making these visit with me and is anxious to meet all farmers in terested in the improvement of farm crops and animals and permanent soil fertility. He wishes to take up with you at this time any local farm problem and' help you in the solution of it. . Come to your school one time and help us to stimulate more interest in in creased farm profits and improvement of school and community life. . .. SCHEDULE. . Monday, Nov. 17, McAnna, 11a.m.; Oak Ridge, 2 p.-m.; Clovcrdale, 7:30 ir ! ' s Tuesday, Nov. is, zaon. y;ou a. hk; Lake View,' 1:30 p. m.; Cunningham, No. 83, 7:30 p. m. . ; Wednesday, Nov. 19, Minnick,' 0:30 a. m.; Jackson Hill, 1:30 p. m.; Hom- beak", 7:80 p. m. ; Thursday, Nov. 20, Cobb s, 00 a. m.; Cunningham, No. 29, 1:30 p. m.; Mineral Springs, 7:30 p. m. -Yours very tru1y C. X. RlDISGS. r &? --Av k Xvw- .. ' I ' 55'3 ' ; jji ' inmnafiv New York. Designers ; and Makers of McCall Patterns. ,. Scene in "The Vircinian" Which Will Appear at the Reynolds Opera House Thursday Night, November 24. A s Call us up to get the market on poul try, eggs and live stock. , e will trade with you. . ; - - -oct3-3m W. G. Keysolds. forms that are practical and pretty for this purpose At C. C. Shayne & Co's. I saw some charmirlg examples of these. One in glossy Persian lamb had an up standing collar of ermine, the ends of both the lamb and ermine cravats fin ished with a fringe of ermine tails. A flat muff of the' lamb had bands of ermine at either end. AH muffs are large and flat in style though many of them have the fur arranged in drapings, while combinations not only of odd furs but ' of fur with chiffon, velvet, and plush, is a notable feature of this year s styles. S "K NOVEI.TV. , A novelty seen here was called a "one arm wrap" of natural mole or of dyed muskrat trimmed with 3kunk and fin ished with largo tassels, this went over brie shoulder and tauder the other arm, crossing the chest frnd back and form ing notwithstanding its freakish form, a very novfcl and attractive protection, adequate for any but tire most extreme weather., when it- would, of course, Je worri 6vsr a'CoaL. " . ( BEADS AS BEADS. ' ': , ' With the prevalence of beads in dress trimmings has come a perfect rage for bead necklaces. These in amber, j-ade and other fashionable colors often lend just the right note to set off a costume and relieve the sombre black of the vel vet bat, that is so generally worn this winter. , ' THE HOOP SKIRT. ' , ", The loop skirt looms largo cu t'.m horizon now that the popular minaret tunic with its stiffened edge, hoops its' popular .way 011 a!) sorts of evening frocks, but the better class of women use not the circular outstanding hoop . seen on the; stage, but a modified stiffening of the hem that, is more graceful and conservative..; Whether or not boop ekirts are coming is a question that no One can answer with certainty, though apparently everyone is against it. . Verona Clakke.-- Call 150 for coal of any kind. , ' Kirfdancfs Lunch Room For Ladies and Gents The only Real Lunch Room in Town Everything to Eat in Season. J.C. BURDICK Wholesale and Retail Reelfoot Lake and Mississippi River Fish (St Game Oysters in Season. New location, East Main Street Phone 185. UNION CITY, TENN NEWS NOTES. - It is stated that the formnl negative reply of Huerta to the demand of the United States that lie eliminate himself rroin the provisional presidency of Mex ico will deny the right of the United States to make 'the- demand, and deny the legal right of Huerta to accede to it. John Lind, now in Mexico City, is re ported is being convinced that negotia tions are about at an end. c A shift in the line-up on the Cur rency Bill, when Senators Reed and O'Gorman rejoined the Democrats, caused the Senate committee to vote to reconsider the decision which cut down from twelve to four thg number of re gional banks in the proposed currency system. ' In a quarrel over the possession of his child, Miles Cribb, a farmer near Rebecca, Ga., shot and killed his mother-iu-law, fatally wounded his sister-in-law and wounded his wife, froni whom he was estranged. At the trial of James Ryan, a clair voyant, and C. P. Bertsche, charged with swindling her, Mrs.. Hope McEl downey, of West Salem, Wis., testified she gave the clairvoyant $15,000 to fn vest for her. William F. McCombs, Chairman of the Democratic National Committee, married Miss Dorothy Williams, of Washington, in London, England. He will probably accept the Ambassador ship to France. ' - Much anxiety is being felt in Bos ton over the Hamburg-American line freighter, Aragonia, with a cargo woj-th 11,300,000 from the Far East which is a week overdue. ' ! . . v L. A. Reed, a farmer of Magoffin County, Ky., from the ferry boat City of Jeffersonville and was drowned in the presence of a younger brother. Dudley Field Malone, Third Assist ant Secretary of State, has practically been selected to succeed John Purroy Mitchell as Collector of the Port of New York. i.i iii ii i '' " ' 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 Companies. We will appreciate ' your business. White & Quinn Real Estate and Insurance T - ff - WANTED Two delivery boys. Ap ply to Hardy & Glass. 33-tf FOR SALE A second-hand sewing machine. Call phone 232. 33-2t Bon Air Coal, best and cheapest, at Union City Ice & Coal Co. . WANTED To exchange and pay the difference, a good horse for a pair of mules. 33-tf Lockkrt & Rogers. FOR RENT A five-room cottage on Washington avenue. For further in formation call Miss E. F. Stitt, 93 or 231. v 31-tf Calomel, calomel, you canuot stay, for LIV-YER-LAX has shown us an easier way. Ask OLIVER'S RED CROSS DRUG STORE. We want a lot of geeso and will pay 7c a pound for full feathered aud tJc for picked geeso for the next two weeks. Phone 300 or 007. 7-tf DlElZEL Pkodite Co, FOll SALE Choice Barred Rocks, cockerels, $1.0Q each. Indian Runner Ducks, $2.00 a trio. - Herman Dietzel, Jk. Phone 5J)8. . . 30-tf Neuralgia sufferers find instant relief in Sloan's Liniment. It pene trates to the painful part soothes and quiets the nerves. No rubbing-merely lay It on. SLOAM'S 3 LrIiSlliAlll'iI Kills Pain Tat Neuralsia " I wonld not be without yonr I jnl-mrnt-rHl praise it to all who goffer wiUi nmimlKi nr rtif ninntum or pain of anr kind."' H"J buhup. Una. Pais AD Con " I HfTd with quit aw-vere neu rltrw bft"he trr t rr.orii:,i wlluuul Bny relief. I ued your Uniment for two or tliree nisrliU nd I hv-n't uf fcrcd with rr.y hnui Biaes." "r- Traatmento for ColJ and Croup "My little (cirl, twelve yearn old, cauglit a cold, and I rate her three drops of Sloan 'a Liniment on mikm on aoiinr to lied, and ahe got tip in the niuriiinit with no mens of a cold. A I t tle boy next door had croup and I gnve the mrittwr tlx? I.irjinwnt." feheirave him tlire drorm on eoin to bed. and he tft op without theoroup in the moiumg." ai'.nDW 50c.J n.et Sioaa'a Book o Harsea ert fire AddreM TURKEYS WANTED-r-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. Notice. I am connected with Mr. Waller How ell as local buyer. See nie before you sell your corp. R. L. Lockkrt. Telephone' 220, or 532 at night. Real Estate Transfers. N. G. Morris et al. to R. J. Alexan der, lot in No. 16, f 1,005. B. W. 'Tull to M. Tu.ll, 152 acres in No, 3, $2,GG0. J. E. Forester to J. S. Bean, 211 acres in No. 4, $1,500. ' F. T. Carter and wife to T.'O. McKin nie, lot in No. 4, fS50. G. A. Howell and wife to R. J. Cana- day, 140 acres in No. G, $10,500. , " . M. V. Bruce to J. A. Bruce, 50 acres in No. 8 $3000. E. H. Marshall to T. L. Metcalfe, lot in No. 13, $500. Thos. O. Morris to Pillow Finch, 4 lots in No. 15, $450. D. H. Muse to J. II. Muse, 53 acres in No. 6, $700. - C. A. James and wife to C. C. Mar shall, 3441 acres in No.?5, $1,500. J. J. Wade etal. to H. H. Wade, land in No. G, $1,432.30. C. C. Brown et al. to F. E. Walker, land in No. 15, $10. 0. N. Lannom, trustee, to H. A. Mof fett, 139 acres in No. 3, $2,520. Rub a sore throat with BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. One or two appli cations Mill cure it completely. Pric. 1 a e- 1 I 1 25c, 50c ana f l.uu per uottie. c-oia oy Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store. advt RUB-mv-Tism Will cure your Rheumatism Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps, Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cut9 and Burns, Old Sores, Stints of Insect3 Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne, used in ternally and externally. Price 25c. SiOD-ioal-j tehl I will gucrentfr yott to atop that itcia in twe aaceada.. No remfdy that I hal evr xold foe Eczema, Psorlaali, and all other disease of the akin baa Riven more thorousU. satisfaction than th . - , D. D. D. Prescription for lazm '1 aruarantee thi remedy. Oliver's Red Cross Drug Biore.