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Christian Church. Attention is requested to the fol lowing sermons, to be preached at the Sunday morning services: March 14, "The Transfiguration." March 21, "The Triumphal En try." March 28, "The Crucifixion." April 4, "The Resurrection." Services next Sunday morning at 10:45, and in the evening at 7:30. Sunday school at 9:30 a.m., C. V Jones, Superintendent. You will be cordially welcome to all these serv ices. A WORD TO THE MEMBERS. The offering for foreign missions last Sunday was very encouraging in number of contributors. So many members were away from the service that the pastor urges them to have some share in this gospel privileges. Those who contribute form a roll of honor. Make it unanimous, and bring your offering next Sunday. It is not how much you give but the fact that you do give. ROGER L. CLARK, Pastor. . A White Elephant Party. On Saturday night, Feb. 27, 1915, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Isbell entertained for their daughters, Befnice and Madge, with a white elephant party. The whole scheme was carried out in decoration. The contest being, a prize offered to the girl or boy who came nearest to the point, pinning the elephant's ear on. The prizes were won by Mr. John Brown and Miss Allie Preuett. The conundrums were enjoyed by all. The refresh ments, which followed, were splen did and enjoyed also. Music was furnished by piano, violin and man dolin and some singing also. Every one seemed highly pleased with the entertainment and hospitality shown them. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Isbell, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Corum, Mr. and Mrs. Will Garrigan, Mr. and Mrs. Algie B. Hale, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Harris, Mrs. Lovella Har ris. Mrs. Rosa Garrigan. Misses Liz zie Malone, Ella Garrigan, Biddie and Lucy Garrigan, Allie, Ollie, Mat tie and Rubve Preuett. Felts Houser. Thelma Wheeler, Mattie Harris, Ivy Corum, Madge and Bernice Isbell Bess, Lessie and Clara Logan, Mary, Nettie and Annie Prather, Clara Lu ton. Varine Logan. Mary Honevcutt. Mildred Killingsworth, Irene and Hazel Harris, Mattie Ferguson: Messrs. Leonard Kerr, B. F. Wil- banks, Brevard and Garland Cren shaw, R. A. Honeycutt, Noel Cald well, Lawrence Ferguson, Lon Ho gan, Ted Prather, Russell Houser, Thurman Preuett, John Brown, Geo. Isbell, Jonette Jones. Marshall and Otto' Kerley, John Prather, Vird Brown, Homer Goode, Wilson Preu ett, Hugh Caldwell and Avis Wheel er. PHLOX. ' ..... Stationery of U 1 1 1 in Quality a ' 1 SYMPHONY LAWN, in all the popular shades, shapes and cards. 50c SOME LATE NOVELTIES, in panels, odd shapes and borders. THE UVIVERSAL SATISFACTION, Lord Baltimore Pound Papers 25c SPECIAL! One pound L. B. Paper 25c Two Packages Envelopes 20c Both this week for " 35c mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmma Local and Personal . Mrs. W. L. White is on the sick list. Miss Inez Shipp was in town Sat urday. . - Miss Ruby Pruett was In town Tuesday. Mrs. Maude Curlin Is on the sick list this week. Call 150 for coal of any kind. Mr. Geo. Hoffman was in town Saturday on business. Miss Carrie Schmidt has been very ill for several days. Dr. I. Glosson was in the city Monday ' visiting friends. Mr. Clifton Pate, of Fulton, is vis iting friends here this week. You can eet Hhinclag for f 2 00 rer tnousana at union uity Lumber Co. J. E. Marshall, of Clayton, was a business visitor here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Green are occupying the Gardner home on First street. Misses Mary Tempo and Annie Carr Ligon kere here last week vis iting friends. You've tried the rest, now try the best Jersey Ureamlour. Mr. and Mrs. p. S, Chandler and daughter, Juanita, of Chicago, are in -the city visiting relatives,' and Mrs. Chandler and daughter will re main for the summer. Mr. Chandler is connected with the train dispatch ing service in Chicago and is well pleased with his work. W. C. Morris, proprietor of the Gem Theatre, is a candidate f6r the position to be filled by the Governor for censoring motion picture play films, in accordance with an act of the Legislature, which has or will be passed at this session. Mr. Mor- ris has become somewhat well known as photo play manager in the South and is thoroughly familiar with' his line of business. He is a good Judge of the proper films to be exhibited and will be a good man for the place. Phone either 75 or 109 and vpt .Tnhn son's auto to Gibbs or any other point uay or nigat service. Mrs. R. H. McClanahan and little daughter, Annie Margaret, are at home from Fulton. Quite a number of our ladies went to Rives Tuesday to be initiated into the mysteries of Masonry. Miss Mary Keiser, of Little Rock, Ark., was a visitor here last week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Lu- ten. Come and see the choicest creatinna of the foremost milliners at Mrs. F . Aran '8. Exclusive millinery. J. L. Haguewood. of Rutherford. was here last week, after a series of visits to Dr. Turner's office, having some finishing work done on an ex tensive dental Job. Mr. Haguewood is a Rutherford merchant, who is about to retire with a well earned reputation and a comfortable accu mulation of values, for the purpose of locating in Florida. The gentle man and his family were former residents of Union City and they are very kindly remembered here. Mr Haguewood was a former newspaper man and loves to linger around the printing office. We hope they will find a choice retreat in the land of flowers and that the sun will shine every day for the remainder of their sojourn in life. N 13 W yits. Coals and Dresses Mrs. Richard Alexander visited her father and Mrs. C. J. Custer at their, new home near Jackson last week. Attorney Joe A. Gordon, of Ken ton, of the firm of Gordon & Ball, was a professional visitor here lasl week. Misses Bessie Choate and "Annie Lee Brown, of Hickman, were the week-end guests of Miss Florence Cloar. Church Notice. Rev. Wm. Thorne will preach at the Presbyterian Church, North First street, next Sabbath,14th inst Public cordially invited. We are prepared to cut and fit all sizes in window shades. Home Fur niture Co., Phone 99. , AGENT FOR Club House, Lyndon and Charm Canned Goods F. W. A, Gem, F.W. A. Special and Club House Coffees Spotless Flour v GIVE ME A TRIAL for QUALITY and SERVICE v . Frank W. Adams "We Deliver the Goods" Telephone 421 306 East Main Street Oak Mantels $4.50 and w. Union City Lumber Co. Dr. E. W. Youngblood was a pro fessional visitor at Lexington, Tenn., last week, inspecting a car load of cattle. Mrs. Lovelace, of Paris, after a visit in the city with her son, C. T. Lovelace, Ury street, has returned home. M. P. Ownby spent several days this week with his aunt, Mrs. Crad- dock, leaving Thursday night for St. Louis. Telephone Union Citv Ice & Coal f!n when you want coal right now. Mrs. Chas. Miles, Jr., and little daughter, who have been visiting Mrs. W. W. Morris at Fulton, have returned home. N. B. Harris, of Forrest City, Ark., was here during the illness of his brother, D. Y. Harris, and an at tendant at the funeral. Judge F. W. Moore, of the Court of Civil Appeals, now in session at Jackson, was a visitor here last week with homefolks and friends. The latest fashions in MILLINERY are represented quite extensively at our slore- Mrs. F. E. Aknn. J. C. Burdick, president of the Union City Business Men's Club, vis ited Nashville this week to confer with some of the railroad officials. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Roberts, of Memphis, have been visiting the home, of Mr. Roberts' parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Roberts, in the city for a few days. Mrs. Forrest L. Peeples, of Gard ner, Herbert Bondurant, of Nash ville, and Taylor Rook, of Corinth, Miss., attended the funeral of their relative, D. Y. Harris, Sr., Monday. Use Dahnke-Walker Milling f!h W. ey Cream Flour, a home nrnHnot. ot,H guaranteed Horace C. Baird, late with the Laurel, Miss., daily newspaper. whose editor is Mr. Mott Ayres, was a vis itor here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Baird are visiting relatives and friends at Kenton. Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Miles have re turned from St. Petersburg, Fla., af ter a stay of two months in the Southern climate, where they enjoy ed a rest and respite from the duties and responsibilities at home. Former Postmaster A. D. Keller and D. W. Beckham have formed a partnership to conduct a commission grocery business with an office in the airdome on Washington street. They will sell to farmers through some of the big supply houses. W. H. Stafford, one of our life long friends, writes that he has been suffering with cancer on his hand and is under the treatment of Dr. DeBerry, but certainly wants his na- HICKMAN, KY. One of the prettiest affairs of the winter was the reception tendered Mts. R. B. Johnson, a recent bride, on Wednesday afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock by Mrs. Jos. L. Amberg. Mrs. L. A. Stone, Mrs. E. B. Prather and Mrs. J. T. Stephens received in the hall as the guests arrived, and Mrs. Amberg, Mrs. R. B. Johnson, Mrs. Earl Johnson and Mrs. W. H. Baltzer in the receiving line in the parlor, and Mrs. Eleanor Bowers, Mrs. F. S. Moore and Miss Magalee Rice were In the library. The en tire house was darkened and lighted with candles, in silver candelabra. and decorated in a profusion of ferns and potted plants and yellow Jon quils. Misses Thelma Baltzer and Mildred Thompson served a salad course, lemonade and salted nuts in the dining. room, and as the guests departed they were served coffee by Misses Clois Ledford and Bertie Mae Rice in the hall. An Interesting fea ture of the reception was music ren dered by Miss Metheny on violin, ac companied by Mrs. Harrlette Lewis on the piano. Miss Metheny also whistled "The Mocking Bird." There were seventy-five guests present and the reception was a brilliant affair. On Friday evening Miss Thelma Baltzer entertained the Young La dies' Club. A salad course and hot chocolate was served. On Thursday evening Miss Carpen ter entertained a large number of young ladies and young men of the younger crowd in honor of Misses Bess and Lois Choate and her guest, Mr. Harry Duncan, of Union City Rook and 500 were played, followed by dancing. A salad course was served. On Friday afternoon from 3 to 5 Mrs. L. A. Stone entertained the la dies of the Embroidery Club. A sal aa course was served. Mrs. S. B. Parker is visiting rela tives in Caruthersville, Mo. Mrs. Will Hubbard has returned to her home In Union City after a visit with Mrs. T. T. Swayne. Miss Mary B. Polhamus has re turned from a short visit to Union City. Mrs. Vera Thomas, of Dyersburg, visited here the, first of the week Mrs. Joe Polhamus is visiting at Dorena, Mo. Miss Rubye Fleming has returned from a short visit to Union City Mrs. Mack Adams, of Roswell, N M., is visiting here for a few weeks. Miss Sue Tipton is here from Ca ruthersville for a few weeks. Mrs. D. B. Wilson has returned from a visit in Mayfield with Mrs. P. W. McKeel. Mrs. R. A. Simmons is visiting in union City for a few days. Mrs. J. O. West has returned from a short visit in Tiptonville. Mrs. R. B. Brevard has returned from a visit near Union City. Mrs. I. M. Beard, of Winston-Sa lem, N. C, was here this week. This Department is now showing some of the latest ideas that fashion has de creed for Spring Season, in high-waist lines, bell cuffs; corduroy pleated skirts. New Silks In splendid variety. Our silk showing and fabrics for Spring have received the approval of being . the most popular of the season's new variety, in Silk Poplins, Pongue Crepes, Rice Cloth Plaids, plain and dice nat ter ns, polka-dot and floral designs. Fancy Wash Cottons Madras, Organdies and Voiles, in erreat varietv of floral printings, light and dark colors. Assortment of em broidered Crepes, Voiles, Woven Stripes, Polka-dots white and nnted grounds. ' " ' - ' -" - - ' je White and Brown Linens, Madras, Ginghams, Percals.Palm Beach Suitings, Plain and Fancy Cotton . Poplins. Good assortment of D. fl, C. Crochet Cotton. ' ' 7' i " " " sa-jr'' ,l" zzsxss . j... 'i ,i..iiciii . 1R. TV CIURLIF'lS Protect Yourself By taking Firs, Tornado, Accident and Sick Benefit Insurance Your family By taking a policy in the Mutual Benefit Life None better White & Quinn Real Estate and . Insurance TIPTONVILLE. Prof. Milton Wiley spent Sunday in Martin. Kelley Markham, of Ridgely, has been visiting' here. T. F. Walker and J. S. Riley were Ridgely visitors here Wednesday. Hugh Whitford went to Hickman, Ky., Wednesday. John, F. Newman, of Phillippy, was here Tuesday. Mrs. Ben Dietzel has returned from a visit to relatives at Union City. Rev. Fred Peeple left Monday for Mayfield to assist in a revival. John R. George, of Union City. was a recent visitor to Tiptonville. Miss Clarence Farr, of Ridgely, was the week-end guest of Miss Pau line Corlew. Hon. J. T. Burnett has returned from a visit to San , Antonio, Texas. M. Glasscock, of Union City, was a recent guest of friends and rela tives in town. Mrs. George B. Willis has returned to her home in Union City, after be ing at the bedside of her daughter. Mrs. Smith Newton, for a few days. Roy Curry, who has been residing. in Ridgely for the past few months, has returned to Tiptonville. ' Carl Russell, of Memphis, was the guest of his parents and friends here the past week. . The Friday Rook Club held its meeting at the home of Mrs. J. L. Peacock from 2 to 5 o'clock. Mrs. H. M. Coats made the highest score for the afternoon, 1,070. Mrs. W.. C. Peacock leads in the series with 5,000 points, and Miss Heloise Don aldson leads with having won the most games. .....Cofll Is not necessarily the lowest in price PROM J2&$T since the value is largely determined by the quality you receive, and if it is FREE FROM DIRT of all kinds. We guarantee our coal to be of the test quality, and at the end of winter will prove the cheap est, because it will go the farthest " M tELVI N COAL. GO. Telephone No. 11. per to continue. We trust that Mr. Miss Harrison, of Paducah. is the Stafford will soon be relieved. i guest of Mrs. E. R. Ellison.