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I I 1 1 i) ii ) ) 11 1 A ", -I li The Farmers Supply Co. INCORPORATED Successors to VV. S. Jackson & Son. Announce to their customers and friends the removal of the goods from Southside H to the building on the northeast corner of Court Square, where a visit will be appreciated. . The new stand will carry large supplies of Groceries of all kinds. Wagons, Buggies, Farm Implements, etc., and guarantee goods of the best quality and lowest prices. Delivery Wagons Union City, Tenn. Telephone 24 Next Door to Court House. E. W. Y0UNGBL00D, D. V, M. Veterinary Physician and Surgeon Graduate of McKillip's Veterinary College, Chicago ALL CALLS ANSWERED DAY OR NIGHT Union City, Tenn. Office at J. T. Holt's Livery Stable Phones: Office 544, Res. 667 Chas. Williams Frank W. Adams WILLIAMS & ADAMS Agents Casino, Lyndon and Charm Canned Goods ileekin's Coffees, Teas and Spices SPOTLESS FLOUR Williams , Adams We Deliver the Goods" Telephone 421 306 East Main Street V ii a. Si. fejR) Kitchen Economy One burner or fourlow flame or high a slow) fire or a hot one. The means better cooking at less cost No coal, no toot, no aahea. In I, 2, 3. and 4 burner six!. The 1914 model, 4 burner cabinet oil range with firelea cooking oven is a marvel of cooking efficiency. At all dealers, or Standard Oil Company ol Louisiana Memphis NasbviM CaaHinwtgi Kaoxville HICKMAN. KY. On Thursday afternoon from 3 to 4 and from 4 to 3 Mrs. C. T. Bondurant entertained about seventy jtue.sts at a reception in honor of her visitors, Misses Ixitlie Webb and Kathleen Moorman, of luaytield, Ky. Punch was served as tin guests arrived, aud later, refreh- ! menta. On Thursday the Elks' flub had "open house" from S to 5 in the afternoon and from 7 to 12 in the even ing, iuvititijs the public to their new quartern, which have just been finished. Punch was served. In the' evening and sftemoon dancing was enjoyed by quite a number. On Friday evening Miss Tbelma Baltzer entertained a number of yoursz ladies and young men. Differ ent games were enjoyed. Ices were served. Mrs. Springs, of Jackson, has been visiting Mr. and Mrs A. H, Leet. Miss Eubye Fleming has returned from a visit in Louisville and Lexington. Miss Mildred Kamago and Miss Vir ginia Lu ten have returned from a visit in Louisville. Mrs. James Cunning ham and little son have returned to Union City. Miss Mary Briggs has re turned from a visit in Union City. Miss Mary Barber has returned from louisville. Mrs. J. M. Reid left Mon day on an extended visit in St. Peters burg, Fla. Miss Mattie May Seay at tended the reunion in Jacksonville, Fla. Mrs. J. L. Amberg and little son, DeWitt, are visiting in Nashville. Miss Rubye Seay has returned from Nash ville. Mrs. J. C. Sexton has returned from Sturgeon, Mo. Miss Jessie Lee Reed has returned to Fulton after a short visit here. Miss Clemmons, of Fulton, visited Mrs. W. A. Naylor Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Eleanor Bowers has re turned from an extended visit in Florida and Memphis. Miss Lizzie Pickett vis ited in Dorena, Mo., this week. Mrs. J. O. West is visiting in Oklahoma. Miss Erin Roper, of State Line, visited Miss Annie Lee BrCWn this week. Mrs. Robert Saddler, of Martin, is visiting her mother, Mrs. R. M. Metheny. OBION. Mrs. Elmo Floyd was the guest of relatives at Union City last week. Mrs. E. E. Chillers returned to her honie at Eutaw, Ala., after a visit to her nephew, Dr. C. E. Upchurch. She was accompanied as far as Meridian by Dr. Upchurch. Mrs. W. A. Beckham and children, of Union City, were guests of relatives in the city last week. W. V. Nail and family, of Rives, were visitors in Obion Sunday. Miss Floreta Star-field, of Dyersburg, spent Sunday here with homefolks. C. H. " Hodge, Will and Clarence Gullett, of Trimble, were visitors' in the city Sunday. " Mrs. Neil Moore, of Halls, visited tier parents, Geo. Ott and wife this week. L. G. Moffat and family visited rel atives at Rives Sunday. D. B. Jackson, who is serving on the grand jury at Union City, epent Sunday with his family at Cloverdale. Robert Davidson, Harry Jackson, Jack Revell aad Dodridge Nichols spent Sunday in Union City. Walter Via, of Elbridge, was in town Monday on business. Roy Garrison was a business visitor in Paducah Saturday. W. T. Lasley, of Lewisburg, Ky., was a visitor at the home of C. G. Stan field the first, of the week. Vern Forcum has returned from a business trip through Indiana in the in terest of the Forcum-James Cooperage &, Lumber Co. A. W. Trogden and Mrs. G. W. Trog den left Sunday for Waverly, Tenn., for an extended visit to relatives. H. Forcum and wife spent Monday on Reelfoos Lake. Ed Ledbetter was reported very sick Monday and Tuesday. Talmage Cunningham and wife, of near Glass, were guests of relatives in the city Monday. Mrs. Will Morris went to Martin last week and joined a large number of peo ple from the school there and made a trip up the Cumberland and Tennessee rivers. ';.'.- Mrs. Albert Graham was taken to Nailling's Hospital in Union City last Wednesday for an operation. Her many friends are glad to know she is rapidly recovering. - Mrs. F. M. Carney and children are visiting Mrs. Carney's mother in Weak ley CounsyT , Big Musical Show , , at TRe Reynolds. The Morton Musical Comedy Com pany is the current attraction at the Reynolds Theatre, in connection with their regular program of pictures, and to tell it all, they are clean, clever and classy. ' The company is composed of nine people, who are presenting minia ture musical comedies of the highest class. The price uf admission is 10c to everybody. , Commencement Here. Commencement week opens Friday, May 13, with a reception and buffet luncheon given by the Juniors to the Seniors in the gymnasium at 8 p. tu. Saturday at G p. ni. at the home of the superintendent an informal tea will be given in honor of the Seniors. The baccalaureate sermon will be preached at the Christian Church by W. W. Armstrong. The Seniors will be ushered to their seats by an "Escort of Honor" composed of the Juoior Class promptly at 7 p. m. Fublie cor dially invited. Oil Monday at 8 p. m., in the audi torium of the High School, the Sepiors will present a short play in German, "Das Eigensinn," with the following characters: Ausdorf, ein reicher Privatman Casper Isaacs Kathrina, Seine Frau Guarner Gray Emma, Beider Tochter Bess Reeves Alfred, Emma's Gatte...Fdwin Rogers Heinric.h ' In Alfred's ( Georgia Usry Lisbeth. Diensten Sadie McLean Following the German play the class night exercises will be given with the following program: Piano Solo Clara Wehman President's Address, 1914 May McClanahan History' Guarner Gray Prophecy - Casper Isaacs Presentation of Awards.. Fred Scheurer Bone Oration, 1914 Edwin Rogers President's Address. 1915 Willie B. Forester Bone Oration, 1915 George Meadow School Song The public is cordially invited. Tuesday night at 8 p. m., at the Opera House, will occur the grade promotions and awarding of prizes. It is purposed in so far as possible to put the entire school on the stage for the regular open ing "exercises as daily conducted at school. Each grade will present some special school feature. Commencement will take place at the Opera House on Thursday at 8 p. in. The address of the evening will be given by State Superintendent S. H. Thomp son. It will be well worthy everybody's attention. The public is cordially in vited. Friday night, 8 p. n.t at the gym nasium, the alumni banquet will be held. This promises to be largely at tended and filled with that new enthusi asm which has permeated the school. SCHOOL KXlillllTIOJJ. The annual school exhibition will be held at the old postoffice building on Friday and Saturday j May 15 anil 16. The hours of exhibit will be in the after noon from 8 to 5, at night from 7:30 to 9. Never before in the history of the school have we had an equallad ex hibition in the Manual Arts and House hold Economics. There will be an abundance of work in art, writing, maps, biology, etc. , The South Bend people, through Bransford & Andrews, will give a gold watch for the best exhibit in Manual Training and a gold ring for the best exhibit in Domestic Art. Chautauqua Post Cards. Beautifully colored post cards, with views of the Chautauqua attractions and scenes have been put on exhibition at the followiug places: Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store, R. T. Curlin, Mor-gan-Verhine & Co., Niles Drug Store, Chas. Dietzel, C. M. Henderson's Drug Store, Dahnke's Cafe, Caldwell's Book Store and Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. They are free for the asking, nd are to be used in inviting your friends to the forthcoming Chautauqua aild for other Chautauqua publicity. Be sure to in vite some one to the forthcoming Chau tauqua assembly and show your friends a good time. Merely Coy. "That booby mado a bluff at kissiug me last night and then quit." "But he says you scratched his face, blacked his eye aud stabbed him with a hatpin." "Well, a girl has to fut up a little maidenly resistance." . Backyard Tragedy. The plant I used to tend and guard Since it was but a seed Has left my system badly jarred; It seems to be a weed. Letter Perfect "Docs your husband, the Duke speak English tiuently?" "Well, the only phrase lie knows is 'Gimme the money.' He speaks that tiuently." - Fooling the Cook. "Why do you quarrel with your bus band so these days? Have you ceased to love bimf "No; but the cook enjoys it. She lingers with us hoping to see a tight"" 4 Why don't yoo buy Holeproof How? S! r guaranteed to r'thuVll'"1"J tor ) moutbi. The are light. olt and attractive-not heavy, cumbersome adcore. Tha aofteat J-p'y yarn Ii uted. There are eleven colors. lour wetghu hror grades to choose from. 3d year ol experience go Into every pair. Ask to aee "Holeprooi." and look tor that name on the toe: afc the njarkhp0 and the aieoature S o- ... "Hoteprooi" are tl orwia KuaraiHeed bote. No thtr kind caa "'"' begin lo compare im tut in. See the "Holeproof" attortmeat today. pair cost f LSO up to $3.00. according to weight and finUa. 7or tiZH wcMcrr msd cniwnm wMk I KM. W. G. CLAGETT CO. Harris Concrete Co. Manufacturers of Concrete Blocks, Columns , Silos, Water Tanks Walks, Steps, Cellars Foundation Work Curbs Gutters Let us figure with you .Phones No. 87 and 364 Building n Windows, Doors, Columns Shingles, Posts, Rails and Pickets Some Second-hand and Rough Lumber VERY CHEAP Askins & Dircks Lumber Co. PHONE 53 UNION CITY, TENN. E.P.QRISSOM THE OLD . 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