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ACCIDENT Union City, Tenn.
Local and Personal
was quite sick
Miss Lizzie Stitt
Lome this week.
Miss Rosa Brown ia visiting friends in
Memphis this week
Dr. Sara Cary, of Cairo, was a visitor
in the city this week
Mr. Dan Hughes, of Texarkana, was
a visitor here tiiis week.
Miss Ella Noah has returned from
visit to Harrisburg, Ark.
Mr. Joe Moore, of Tiptonville, was a
Monday visitor in the city.
Mr. Jas. II. Morau, of Dresden, was
a Monday visitor in the city.
Mrs. J. W. Akin, of Martin, was a
Monday shopper in the city.
Bee Dietzel once then always.
Miss Martha Wade, of Rives was a
Wednesday visitor in the city.
Mr. Percy Barbee, of Mariink was a
business visitor bere this week.
Mr. Atkins Cole, of Fulton, was
business visitor bere Wednesday.
Col. G. T. Taylor, of Memphis, was
a business visitor bere this week.
Mrs. B. W. Sweatt, of Huntingdon,
was a visitor in the city laft week.
Dr. J. M. Hubbard and'wife, of Hick
man, were in the city Wednesday.
Misses Grace Roper and Lottie Noah
have returned from a visit to Obion.
Miss Frankie Peavler, of Hickman,
was a Wednesday shopper in the- city.
, Mrs. Joe Frieto has returned froili a
visit to relatives and friends in Chicago.
All kinds of coal at Union City Ice &
Coal Co.
RevisE. Compton, of Okolona, Miss.,
is visiting his grandfather, H. A. Comp
Miss Gertrude Pardue and Miss Helen
Verhine will return from St. Louis Sun
Miss Annie Lee Brown, of Hickman,
is a visitor with Mrs. E;
Messrs. P. B. Griffin and Sam Rob
inson, of Tiptonville, were in the city
Miss Nell Bonduraht, of Hickman, is
a visitor here in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Jas. Cunningham this week.
E. F. Quinn, of Birmingham, Ala.,
is in the city visiting the family of his
son, F. E. Quinn, on Palmer street.
Mrs. W. K. Gardner and Mrs. D. B.
Jordan, of Clarksville, were among the
arrivals at the Palace Hotel Wednesday
J. 8. Glaser, of the Columbia Tailor
mg Co., is in the city for two or three
days With Morgan-Verhine Co., taking
Have your repairing done at Dietzel's
Merritt Taylor has returned from the
ou.b, where he has been traveling and
selling corn. The market was good,
he said.
Mrs. Douglas Walker, of Georgia,
win do a visitor in union City next
week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D,
N. Walker;
Miss Lena Jones, of Texarkana, Tex.,
a visitor here this week with Mrs. John
Cox and Miss Rosena Lawrence, has re
turned home.
Misses Janet, Louise, Zula, Mai and
Mary Harris have returned from a visit
to their aunt, Mrs. L. W. Bondurant,
near Jordan, Ky.
Mrs. W. 11. Lisenby, of Nashville,
who has been visiting at the home of
her brother, H. A. Compton, returned
home Wednesday.
See Dorrel Harris if you want to buy
or sell any live stock. Phone 240 or 133.
Mr. Jim Craver continues very ill at
the home of his parents on Main street.
Mr. Craver contracted malaria in the
Mississippi swamps.
Mrs. Letsinger, living near town, has
as guests for several weeks her grand
father, Mr. Forrester, and Miss Cary
Reeves, of Waverly.
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Wilbanks have
moved to Fulton, where Mr. Wilbanks
is in business, and the friends here ten
L. King this der very kind wishes.
Miss Edna Anderson has returned
from a visit to Paris with relatives and
friends. She is back at ber post at the
Water and Light office.
Mrs. Walker Greer, of Laurel, Miss
Dr. 0. B. Chandler, of Nashville, is
a visitor hc': this week with relatives! is a visitor here this week in the homes
of A. D. Keller and H. P. Taylor with
Mrs. Keller and Mrs. Taylor.
and friends
Rev. W. C. Waters was a visitor in
Fulton this week, attending the Pat Da
vis meeting.
Buying Dietzel's jewelry is like court
ing a widow. You can not overdo it,
F. E. Quinn, accompanied by his
father. E. F. Quinn, visited Reelfoot
Lake Wednesday.
Mrs. R. M. Caldwell is this week vis
iting the home of Mrs. Harry McDaniel
at Woodland Mills.
Miss Sara Flanary is iu Indianapolis
this week buying millinery, going by
the way of Chicogo.
Mrs. Robt. Craig was in Clinton this
week to see her sister, Mrs. Oliver Ma-
ban, who is very sick
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Bishop have re-
' turned from a visit to Bummer resorts
Mrs. Harry Vincent, Mrs. Rome
Fields, Hornbeak, and Miss Lillian
Kirkland, Fulton, went to McKenzie
this week to visit Mrs. Sam Wynne.
I'm in love with Chas. Dietzel's jew
Mr. and Mrs John M. Gardner and
baby, Miss Virginia M. Gardner and
John M. Martin, of Martin, were in
the city Saturday, registered at the
Palace Hotel. '
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Barham have re
turned from their farm north of Union
City to the home of Mrs. Godwin on
Ury street for the winter. We welcome
them back again.
Mr. Felix Raymer, Jr., is a visitor i
bere this week at the home of his aunt,
Mrs. Nannie Little. Mr Raymer is one
ami frinnrfa in Tllinnia.
. . . . . . ox tneorace men in we i,
Beautiful umna weaa.ng presents-at DailaSi Texa8.
B. Chambers, of St. Louis, is in
J. P. VerLine will be at home to-day
at the Morgan-Verhine Co. s'orts, after
his fall trip to the largest centers New
York, Chicago and St. Louis buying
new supplies for the house throughout.
Among the citizens of Hickman here
Wednesday, passing through on their
way from Wickliffe, Ky., were Mrs. R.
T. Tyler, W. H. Baltzer, N. R, Hol
comb, T. M. French, A. M. Alexander,
A. L. Langford.
R. L". Cummings leaves nextTuesday
for Roswell, N. M., to join Mrs. Cum
mings, who has been there for a few
months for health. Our friends will
locate there permanently, and wo ten
der them kindest wishes.
Get watch prices of Dietzel.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Hart have is
sued invitations to the marriage of their
daughter, Miss Florence, to Mr. Dan
Word, of Centerville, Miss., formerly of
this city. The wedding will 'be at the
home of- the bride, near Humboldt, on
Wednesday, Sept. 2.
Visitors this week with Mr. and Mrs.
F. J. Smith, Third street, were Misses
Louie and Eudora Smith, Annie May
Pressly, Janie Moffatt, Ethel Lee In-
man, Martha Hilton Wilson, of Troy,
and Miss Wilson's visitor from St. Louis,
Miss Florence Marvin.
Miss Pauline Jackson, cf Union City,
Tenn., arrived Monday to take charge
of the millinery department of the
Harris-Payne store. Miss Jackson is a
very talented young lady aud the firm
was very fortunate in securing her serv
ices. Duncan (Okla.) Banner.
Big Muddy washed nut coal is best
for cooking. At Union City Ice Jc
Coal Co. i
Mr. John Moss, after a visit here at
the bedside of his father, W. J. Moss,
returned this week to Tuscumbia, Ala.
The senior Mr. Moss is confined to his
bed and has been very feeble for several
weeks. This office would be pleased to
see him back in good health again.
J. R. Brown, of Hickman, was a vis
itor here Wednesday. He" was return-
ng from Wickliffe, where he and many
others were summoned as witnesses in
the Tyler case. The case was called
but postponed until Monday. A change
of venue took the case from Fulton to
Ballard County.
Drink ye at Dietzel's fountain.
Rives Graded School.
All pupils who expect to enter Rives
Graded School are urged to be at the
school building on Friday, Sept. 4, at 9
a. m. for classification. School opens
Monday, Sept. 7, on which day all
patrons and friends are invited to be
present. ' ;
The home of Rev. A. C. Moore was
entered last Saturday night, and about
six dollars in money and some valuable
papers were stolen. The papers includ
ed church memberships, and were the
only records in such cases. Henry
Berry, colored, was arrested but dis
charged for lack of proof.
We have a large number of Obion,
Weakley and Fulton County farms for
sale, besides several large tracts in Ar
kansas. It will pay you to see us be
fore you buy. Davis & Russell,
Real Estate Agents.
P. T. Jones Barn Burns.
The barn of P. T. Jones, a successful
farmer living six miles south of Fulton
in Obion County, was burned about 12
o'clock Monday night, together with
the entire contents of hay, corn and
other feed.- The loss was probably more
than $1,000, with $700 insurance with
the agency of Fall & Fall of Fulton.
of all Odds and Ends and Short Lots of Summer Clothing,
Furnishings and Low Gut Shoes. Don't lose sight of
these Bargains for the hot days yet to come. Lots of time
before buying heavy fall clothing. . . . .
Men's Panama and Palm Beech Suits, standard OM Mr nnA fir Mr
makes and best grades, while they last at Qtt3 oil IJ OOitO
Fifty Boys School Suits at a saving
of from $2.00 to $3.00 per suit.
$4.50 and $4.00 grades at.. ...$3.30
$3.75 and $3.50 grades at. $2.70
$3.00 grades at $2.40
Men's $3.00
Straw Hats
Men's $2.00 Straw Hats
50 cts
Special Clean-Up Sale of nur n, h,l
odds and ends at... .....TOOr OWfl PriC6
One lot Misses and Children's Oxfords, white, patent,
gun metal and tans, sizes 6 to 8, 9 to 1 2, 1 3 to 2, cn
choice of the lot for ..... DUL
Same styles in women's oxfords, sizes 2 to' 7, 0 1 flfl
all $2.00 and $2.50 values, choice for 0 I lUU
A few pairs left of Mens and Women's better-grade Oxfords.
values up to $3.50, choice of this lot ......... A ....$1.50
Reduced prices on Men's and Boys' Shirts and Underwear.
These reduced prices are for cash only. Don't ask us to charge.
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222 South First Street
Telephone No. 1 1 1
P. Kailway Fuiton Leader.
, DieUel.
O. P. Bishop, wife and little daughter
the city visiting homefolks and friends.
Mr. Chambers has just finished a course
in pharmacy in St. Louis, and is a reg
istered prescriptionist.
We would like to show you' any of
have returned from a few weeks stay at
West Baker Springs, Ind.
Misses Annie and Allie May Little
will return home next week from a visit
to friends in Greenbus, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Usher and Mr
and Mrs. Geo. Alley, of Fulton, were
here Tuesday in their auto.
Mrs. Carroll P. Wilson was Wednes
day night visitor at the home of J. M
Caruthers north of the city.
Mr. und Mrs. J. J. Mnlvin are out of are spending me summer
the city this week visiting relatives and expected home Monday.
After Liquor Sellers.
Tiptonville, Tenn., Aug. 24. A law
and order league was organized at the
courthouse in this city yesterday after
noon with the following elected as offi
cers: J. 11. Lambert, president: J. H."
You and Your Painter
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Card showing forty-five different color combinations.
This book will greatly assist you in selecting of the most attractive color scheme
tor exterior painting ot your home. It contains a number of color sketches showing
various effects, easily obtained with
Behind every gallon of this old-reliable paint stands the good name and reputation of its makers
Peaslee-Gaulbert Co., Louisville, Ky. MASTIC PAINT is guaranteed absolutely pure, and is
made fjf&m the highest-grade materials. The formula is on every can. '
Mastic Paint is more economical than ordinary paint, because it
covers more surface, lasts longer, looks better, and gives the very
best results. It adds years to the life of your property.
the farms we have for sale. It costs smith, vice president; Kev. Fred Peeples,
you nothing whether you buy or not. I vice president, and Hale Tipton, secre-
imvis s KCBSELL, tary and treasurer. Several sneechea
were made and much enthusiasm was
John F. Semones and Frank 0. Weh- shown. The object of tne league is to
man, who have been at Weaverville, IN. iry uu suppress ujo megai Bate oi iiq-
C, for ten" days with their families whojuors in Lake County, which has been
there, are going on on such a large scale. At-
torney-General Caldwell is heartily in-
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friends in Cedar Hill, Tenn.
If you want to buy or sell a farm, let
tss hear from you or come to see us. .
Davis & Eussell.
Real Estate Agents.
K. T. Curlin will leave next week for
the markets, including Chicago and New
York City, buying new goods for his
house in Union City. , He will bo gone
about ten days or two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs, Zajk Com in and d&ugh
Mrs. Thos. McCombs, of Trenton,
arrived Wednesday and is a guest of ter iiaye returned from New York, Chi
her sister, Mrs. S. K. Uratton. cag0 amj St. Louis, where Mr. Corum
J. E. Oliver informs us that the has been buying for the house of Corum
Weather Bureau records from five to j & Jackson for the fall and winter.
six inches of ram here this week, - Tiflffint visitors at the home of S. V.
Miss Minnie Voorheis is visiting her Harris and family were Mrs. Charles
brother's family in East St. Louis and Priest and family, of Jackson; Miss
u-iutives in St. Louis before commenc- Nellie Lewis, of Bon Aqua, and Miss
i.j; her work in the school at Oran, Mo. Lillie Virginia Potts, of St. Louis
dorsing the procedures of the league
and Attorney Sam Williams, of Dyers-
burg, has been employed to aid local
attorneys in prosecuting liiiuor violators.
The blind .tigers are on a standstill at
present, as a recent raid has been tipped
off and they are apparently closed.
If you sit in a cool draft when you
are heated and get a stiff neck or lame
back, you will be lookiog for something
that will ease tne pain. Jix your mind
and don't be talked out of it, because
it is the best pain relieving liniment you
can get anywhere. Price 25c. 50c and
$1.00 per bottle. Sold by Oliver's lied ,
Cross Drug btore. adv
County Depository ' Blank Books I Wall. Paper Kodaks
fr and J Window Shades' and
School Books Office Supplies Room Moulding Kodak Supplies
Fountain GUIDE AND GO TO Fine Line
Pens .. ' I Stationery
- Wa.?v Caldwell's Book Store T
Ideal Supplies
Full and Complete You'll find the New Special Attention to Spalding's Goods
Line Artist's Copyright Books Subscriptions on Croquet, Tennis
Material If you can't buy Magazines Base Ball
and Supplies Join Library and Daily Papers Rook Cards
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