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CoL Hugh Catron.
Wednesday, tbe l?th inst., the 'Catron clan" and numerous friends and their guests wet ia the beautiful woods lot just south of the old colonial family residence and spent the day. The gathering was in honor of Col. Catron's 97th natal day. Though the Colonel is on the invalid list, he was wheeled down in his chair to the grounds and staid until after the noon hour Well, anyway, at a picnic the well filled table is one of the most, if not the I most, engaging. The large crowd of j more than one hundred and fifty gath ered about the frativn board loaded for new buildings sometimes down with all the delectables tax our resources to the utmost but we never yet have been r 1 . -a .1 rouna wanting, wur stocK is constantly replenished with the j LUMBER SUPPLIES imagina ble. At high noon Lawyer Berscbel Smith, of Fulton, a nephew of Col. Catron, made a very appropriate talk on the Catron claq and of the joy of these annual gatherings of the imniedi- Mr. Social and Personal Mrs. Telephone 140. wenient. Berryhdl, Editor. Kindly report as early aa con- best grades that can Dossiblv ate ,amily. cousins and friend i j j j i .1 , Smith every truthfully stated that we be demanded by the most ex- . , , , , u i . J get most out of life who know most of acting builder. UNION. filTY - LUMBER Cl Fl T. R. REYNOLDS, Proprietor Phone 285 Training School. Children expecttng to enter the Train ting School are requested to be present the first day, Wednesday, Aug. 20. Burglars. The home a Mrs. F. W. Pardue was broken into last Saturday night and thirteen dollars in money stolen. The burglars got away. Chapter Meeting Called Off. We are authorized to state that the meeting of Leonidas Polk Chapter, with regard tl the U. C. V. convention, has been called off until the finance com mittee meets and arranges for them to proceed. Tbe ladies are waiting for the men to help them, otherwise they are not willing to take the whole of the work upon themselves. Born Politician. "This follow was very resourceful." "What of him?" 'When his term ran out as Minister to Kurdestan he got them to send him as Minister to America." DON'T BE MISLED. Union City Citizens Snouto Read and Heed This Advice. Kidney trouble is dangerous and often fatal. Don't experiment with something Campbell, our fellow man, and that often people we think cold and unapproachable grow most lovable when we cultivate their acquaintance. This is the largest gathe.-ing ever for Ibis annual meet. There were guests from Birmingham, Ala., Nashville, Wavorly, Fulton, Hickman, Rives and Memphis. Of course most of the guests were of the neighborhoods and Union City. im pleasure oi tne occasion was added to in the afternoon by two hu moroiis readings by Miss Allie 8. Campbell, ot Union uity. e are wishing many returns of the season. We would say that this list of names is not complete. There were at least fifty children present, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Joyner, Khem Palmer, Mrs. T. P. ralmer, Mr. and Mrs. Ed McAIister and family, R. T. Catron, W. Z. Massengill, Mrs. Ben C Bransford, W.N.Turner, Hugh Catron, Jr., Mrs. Walter McCord, Miss Belle Harbeson, Mrs. Knox Everett, Mrs. W A. Forester, Mrs. Chas. Everett, Mrs. Effiie Nolen, Mrs. Herschel T. Smith, Miss Josephine Smith, Miss Ruth Chiles, Miss Clara Chiles, Mr. and Mrs. R, Clifford Joyner and children, Mrs. Ed Kirkland and children, Mrs. Enloe Chiles and children, II. A. Bransford and family, Lucile Cold well, Mrs. S. A. Harrison, Mrs. Tonka Bond, Mrs, M. P. Joyner, Mrs. Sam Stone, Cora Palm er, liobert JHarsuaii, Aadie f aimer, , H. Stone, Dick Catron, Roberta Mar shall, Ruth Marshall, Elsie P. Brice, Homer Catron, Lou Lou Mott, Grace Scott, Lydia Stone, Mrs. Locke Alex ander, Mrs. Hubb Scott, Mrs. John Mitchell, Mrs. Etna Marshall, Mrs. H. L. Park, Nell Park, Mrs. W. 8. Alex ander, Jessie Stone, Annie Stone, Mag' gie Bell, Mrs. I. W. Tanner, Allie B. Miss Lillie Witherspoon, Wedding of the Tots. Mrs. I). A. Luten, assisted by Mrs. J. W. Woosley. Mrs. II. T. Butler and Miss Nona Joues, staged the "Wedding of the TJX" in connection with the lady who furnished the costumes and directed the entertainment at Reynolds Theatre last Friday nigbt. It was a very unique affair and largely attended. The ages of the bridal party were from three to six and the costumes were of the regular conventional adult styles, very beautiful. The ring service was used. The bride was feary Virginia Miles and tbe groom Geo. Glass; the maid of honor Elizabeth Watson and the groomsman Louis Brambam; the bridesmaids in blue, Catherine Chapel and Ruth Adine Carter; the bridesmaids in pink, Ruth Harrison and Margaret Hale; father and mother of tbe groom, Thos. Lee and Louise Driver; father and mother of the bride, Geo. Kenney and Mary Virginia Nailling; bachelors, Giover Scliicifur and Brice; the ushers, Joe Kenney and Gus Carter; old maids, Sara Pickard, Helen Dahnke, Margaret Turner and Louise Spradlin; ribbon bearer, Ruth Watts; flower girl, Elizabeth Murphey; grandfather and grandmother of tbe groom, Frank Craig and Mary Harris; grandfather and grandmother of tbe bride, Paul Nailling and Margaret Carter: first, second and third cousins to the bride, Elizabeth Alexander, Caroline Cobb and Martha Kenney; the minister, Brown Massey. The wedding train marched in to the customary music, and tbe minister, in all the unction of his robe performed the ritual. Tbe groom was asked if he was willing to pay the millinery bills without a frown and mail the letters before they were forgotten. The bride gave her answers sweetly and the groom without a murmur. Tbos. Lee could not repress a tear over the occasion, The proceeds of the entertainment were for the M. E. Church fund. The Little Folks. i The little folks enjoyed a party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Stone last Monday night given by Master Frank Harris, with delightful games and re freshments. At the McAIister Home. Miss Edna Louis McAIister enter tained at home southwest of the city last Monday night in honor of her vis itor, Miss Maggie Bell, of Waverly. A number of friends from Jhe city met and joined in a hayIe to the party and enjoyed the hospitality of the oc casion. r This is Our FINAL r Id o) Of Men's and Boys' Summer Suits, Furnishings, flats and Men's Women's and Children's Lou Shoes. There will be lots of hot weather yet. Better take advan tage of these GIVE-AWAY PRICES Men's Panama and Palm Beech feriesntygraade: $4.45 antl S5.45 FITFORM Men's Dutchess Trousers $4.00 grades at $3.30 $3.50 grades at.! $3.15 $3.00 grades at $2.40 $2.50 grades at $2.10 All Men's $3.00 Straw Hats reduced to choice for only ..$1.00 Men's $4.00 Panama Hats for.$2.00 Iff III All Men's, Women's and Children's Oxfords at COST for next ten days. Special Bargains of odds and ends. 100 pairs Women's low .shoes black, tan, white and patents, regular prices $2.00 to $2.50, choice of lot $1.00 100 pairs Misses' and Children's sizes of same styles, regular prices f 1.00 to $2.00, Choice of the lot only 50 cts Men's 11.50 Underwear at $1.20; Mens f 1.00 Underwear at 89c; Men's 75c Underwear at 50c; One lof Men's fl.00 to $1.50 Shirts, odds' and ends, some slightly shop-worn, choice for 50c; One lot Boys' 50c to 75c Shirts for 25c. I FOE SALE A nice buggy, only in use a few months and practically new, at a bargain. Phone 154. 21-lt Mrs. D. E. Penick. WANTED To buy a farm in Obion County. Write or fall on us at once. HORNER-TlTTSWORTH LAND & AUCTION Company. 14-tf new and untried. Use a. tested kidney remedy. Begin with Doan's Kidney Pills. Used in kidney trpubles 60 years. Recommended here and everywhere B Union City citizen 's statement forms convincing proof. It's local testimony it can be inves tigated. , Mrs. E. M. Duncan, Todd and North Home streets, Union City, Tenn., says: Kenna Compton, Edna McAIister, Mrs. C. C. Taylor, E. L. Lockert, Willie MteAlister, S. A. Wade, T. L. Brans ford, Mrs. S. T. Wade, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Burdick, Mr. and Mrs. Eas Brans ford, Herschel T. Smith, T. E. Mar shall, J. S. Herring, Mike McAIister, II. Scott, W. A. Forester, S. T. Wade, Jno. H. Joyner, Vernon Hibstenbcrg, Mrs. Seid Wiley. Grev-Tones. LOST Bed tan solid color hound I tirrr rrta trnar rtlrt I liuannnarnn I htira. The engagement and approaching dayi Aug 13 Will pay $1 for infonna- marnage ot Bliss Uarner Jilair Urey tion or return. Ben Rice, 420 Ex- and William Casic Jones, of this place, change street, Union City. 21-ltpd has been announced by the mother of the bride-elect, Mrs. Nannie Wise. The FOUND Gold watch chain, a coat chain with E. W. Y." monogram en- wedding will take place at tbe home of graved on button hook. Finder can Mrs. .Wise on Third street, Union City, on the morning of Sept. 1. have same by calling and paying for this notice. 21-lt Wa fiairo a. larcra mimKor rf OViinn "'For. years I was bothered with pains Weakley and Fulton County farms for Lawn Party. in my kidneys and bladder and I was I sale, besides several large tracts in Ar al nnnnvpd hv the kidnev secretions, kansas. It will pay you to see us be- Tlfw bor-W nnlind nnrl I ltnflw that I need- 'ore yOU j ed a kidney medicine. When I heard about Doan's Kidney Pills, I made up tnp mind to give them a trial and got a supply. They soon made me well and since then I have told other people of them. Price 50c. at all dealers. Don't sim ply ask for a kidney remedyget Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Dxxa- can. Foster-Milburn Co., Props., Buf falo. N. Y. advt Davis & Russell, Eeal Estate Agents. r H - ..:.." -4.3. 1 1 I III 1,1111 nil ililDml Pictures Draw Crowds. Manager Cox is favoring the patrons of Eeynolds Theatre with some very at tractive features in photo plays. The three big serials, "The Million Dollar Mystery," "Our Mutual Girl" and Lucille," are keeping his house well patronized. Very popular auueu attractions are furnished bu the Thanhouser, Kay Bee, Keystone, Mutual and other film makers, which have contributed to the a be uuuiv4 qvj ivv uuviiiv uuic can Hbe seen on Tuesday nights, "Our Mutual Girl" on Thursday nights and The Million Dollar Mystery" on Fri day nights. The intermediate service is all good and the feature pictures are among tbe greatest of these wonderful achievements. . :: 1. : t Lucknow School, School opens at Lucknow Monday, Aug. 24, with Miss Sudie Caruthers again aa teacher. Miss Sudie urges that every boy and girl be present first day. She also desires the presence of every High-Class work in Furniture father and mother that day. So pa u v; i usi-wass wuik. uuaranieea. Miss Thelma Dickson was the hostess at a lawn party given last Friday night, Many of the younger set enjoyed Miss Dickson's hospitality. Mrs. Walker Entertains. Mrs. D. N. Walker was at home, Exchange street, Wednesday afternoon to quite a numbsr of neighbors and friends, a very delightful occasion. For Rent. A good 7-room house for rent, 515 Exchange street. Will rent to one or two families. I also have a good piano for sale cheap. 20-tf E. L. Cummings. Tobacco and Cigar Salesmen wanted to Advertise. Experience unnecessary. $100 monthly and Traveling Expenses. Advertise Smoking, Chewing Tobacco, Cigarettes, Cigars. Send 2c stamp for full particulars. Hemkt TobaccoCo. (18-20 w) New York, N. Y. Building Material. ill We will haul it for , you on short notice. Will also meet otner man's nnces. See us oeiore you contract vnurs ' Anv other haul in? will be an- ner iriena, Mrs. win kod Holmes, &t preciated. Try us and be convinced Kenton Wednesday, and with a number Phone 639 and 629. At Kenton. Mrs. S. D. Woosley was the guest of CHARLES WARD UPHOLSTERER of former schoolmates and friends was entertained very delightfully. " Mrs. Woosley attended school at Winchester, and among the friends present on this! occasion who were in school with tier were Mrs. Green White, Mrs. Randolph White, Mrs. Andrew Hurt, Kenton; Mrs. Wade, Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Patton, Trenton, and Mrs. Rickman, Eutherford. T. E. CLARK TRANSFER CO. FOR EENT OR SALE My dwell ing bouse and lot on Main street. 20-2t Fki.ix W. Moorr. Eyes txamined free at your home. Write or phone W. T. Wilkerson, Union City, Tenn. - 40-tf A few choice Barred Rock Cockerels for sale. $1.00 to $1.50. Phone 326 19-4tpd II. A. Scatks. Mrs. Land Sale. Eliza Wilson et als. vs. Fine Farm for Sale. , One hundred and forty-two acres in No. 4 District, Obion County, 100 acres in cultivation; all level; all rich; good bouses, good barn, and all fenced and cross-fenced. Will sell cheap on long and easy terms, or will exchange for other property. Horner-Tittsworth Land & Adction Co. Phone S29. 14-tf An ice cream supper will be given oy THE VOORHEI3 COTTAGE on East Prompt Service. Leather Work a Specialty Box Couches Made to Order. Telephone 438. presence will oe a neip in tne great year's work. She wishes to make this year's work the very best. The help you give, whether groat or small, will be wholly appreciated. Big Muddy washed nut coal is best for cooking. At Union City Ice & Coal Co. the Ladies Aid Society of the First Christian Church on Saturday night, August 29, at the park on the way from Church street corner to tbe depot. Members and friends of the congrega tion are solicited to be present and assist the ladies in making a success of tbe affair. Practically all of our time is devoted to farm insurance and the sale of farm land. See us before you trade or sell. Davis & Russell, .. Eeal Estate Agents. College street, 1 sqtmre from Public School, 9 rooms and bath room, elec tric lighted throughout. Suitable for boarders or for two families. THE ADAMS COTTAGE, corner Ury and Vine streets, 5 rooms, electric lights, large garden. ' THE GARLAND COTTAGE on North Third street, east side, second house north of Palmer street, 4 rooms. For further information apply to Garth & Son, Real. Estate Agents, at Old National Bank or 516 North Ury street. . ' 20-4t. Hyman Crittendon et als. In Chancery Court at Union City, Ten nessee. In obedience to a decree of the Chan cery Court at Union City, TenrC, made at the April term, 1914, in the above styled case, I will, on SATURDAY, THE 12TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1914, at 1:30 o'clock p. m., in front of the east door of the courthouse in Union City, Tennessee, sell to the highest and best bidder tbe property in said decree described, being three tracts of land lying and being in the Seventh Civil District of Obion County, Tenn., and the first tract being described as follows: Beginning at a stake, J. C. Wagster's southwest corner, and runs thence west 80 poles to a stake in J. P. Ccley's east boundary line, tbe same being Mrs. Hailey snorthwestcornor; thence north with said Coley's line 96i poles. to a stake with walnut pointers; thence east 80 poles to a stake in said J. C. Wag ster's west boundary line; thence south 96 poles to the beginning, containing 50 acres. And tbe second tract, beginning at a stake in J. C. Wagster's west boundary line, the same being the northeast cor ner of the above described tract, and running thence north 22 poles and two links to a stake with white oak pointer; thence west 80 poles to a stake; thence south 22 poles and two links to a stake with walnut pointers, the northwest cor ner of said above described tract; thence east 80 poles to the beginning, contain ing 11 1-7 acres, more or less. And tbe third tract, beginning at s, stake, J. C. Wagster's northwest corner, and running thence north 881 poles to a stake with beech pointer; thence east 67 poles to a stake in said Wagster's line with white oak pointer; thence south 3CJ poles to a stake with 'elm and maple pointers; thence west 67J poles to the beginning, containing 15 acres and 67 polesmore or less. Ternls of Sale: I will first offer for saleall of said three tracts asa whole, and will then offer the fiast and second tracts together as one tract, and the third tract separately, and will adopt and report the sale realizing the best pfice. The said sale will be made for one- half cash, and the balance to become due and payable one year after date, for which deferred payment the pur chaser or purchasers will be required to execute notes with good personal secur ity, and a lien will bo retained on said land to secure the payment thereof. The purchaser or purchasers will not get any part of the rents and profits of tbe land for the present year, and writ of possession will not be issued until after January 1, 1915. This 19th day of August, 1914. GEO. A. GIBBS, Clerk and Master. A. J. Harpole, Solicitor. 21-8t Land Sale. Dr. J. M. Bynum, Guardian, vs. Benjamin M. Scott et als. In Chancery Court at Union City, Ten nessee. In obedience to a "ecree of the Chan cery Court at Union City, Tenn., made at the April term, 1914, in the above styled case, I will, on SATURDAY, THE 12TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1914, at two o'clock p. m. , in front of the east door of the courthouse in said town sell to the highest and best bidder the prop erty in said decree described, boing a tract of land lying and being in Civil District Ne. 2 of Obion County, Tenn., and described as follows: Beginning at a stake, tbe southwest corner of the tract, in the Troy and Hickman road, the same being the northwest corner of Samuel Hampton's land, and running thence south 87 degrees and 30 minutes east 90 poles to a stake; thence north 32 2 5 poles to a stake; thence north 29 degrees east 52 1-5 poles to a stake in J. C. Isbell's line; tbence north 60 degrees and 30 minutes west 29 1-5 poles to a stake? th'ence north 81 degrees west 40 4-5 pols to a stake standing in the middle of tbe said Troy and Hickman road, and in W. I. McDaniel's south boundary line; thence south 5 degrees west 26 poles to a stake in tbe middle of said road, at its turn; thence south 32 degrees and 30 minutes west 28 poles to a stake in the middle of said road; tbence south 35 degrees west 55 4-5 poles to the beginning, containing 40 acres, more or less. T)ihjh of Snle: Sale will be made for one-third cash, and the balance to be paid in wo equal installments due nine and eighteen months after day of sale, and for such deferred payments tbe notes of the purchaser with good personal se curity will be required, and a lien will be retained on the land as further secur ity. The purchaser will get no parts of the rents and profits for tbe present year, and will not get possession until Janu ary 1, 1915, and the notes above men tioned will bear interest from and after tbe 1st day of January, 1915. This 12th day of August, 1914. ' GEO. A. GIBBS, Clerk and Commissioner. A. J. Harpole, Solicitor. 21-3t