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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Mck Dealer Located In Harpole Furniture Bldg. ' Have in stock now ' 2 5 -Passenger 1 7-Passenger ready for delivery. CalJ and look them over. Strongest built car on the market Best finished car bn the market. .In fact, the most beautiful car on the market. CARNEY & HART, Prop. x Location, Dyersburg, Ripley, Union City Will have in connection PARTS FOR ALL BUICK CARS A. E. KIRKLAND, Manager Union City Branch. KlIRQrPIPFPC TOTHEr rfpr LSHRWCEJ Lusk-Bondurant. Mr. Fred Bondurant and Miss Luskof Ripley, were united in Mar riage last Thursday. Marriage License. C. R. Ring and Ima Carey Nailing. C. W. Brevard, Jr., and Jodie May Winston.' M. B. Porgey and Lottie Graves. J. V. Curry and Vera Owens. Verre Sabin and Morrie Rhoads. Chester W. Hart and Aletha Mc- Daniel. BROWDER-CHAMBERS. I have the style of hat that will please you. A new shipment of patterns just arrived. Don't neg lect to call and see them. MISS FLANARY Assisted by Miss Opal Wall, Miss Cora Stephens, Mrs. A. B. Hudson, Mrs. Sam Lovelace. Miss Lillian Browder and Mr Robert Chambers were united In marriage lest Wednesday evening by Rev. McKely," at the home of the bride, near Fulton. Mr. Chambers was a student at the Union City Training School several years ago and has many friends here who wish him much happiness. i McDaniel-Hart Twolyoung people who are popularly known ip Troy and vicinity, Miss Aletha McDaniel and Mr. Chester Hart, were united in marriage at the home of the bride's parents Wednesday afternoon, the 19th inst The cere mony was performed by Rev. Raymond White. The bride is the charming young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ira McDaniel. The groom is salesman with Pressly & Co., Troy. The couple have many friends to offer them hearty congratulations. After trip to Memphis Mr. and Mrs. Hart will be at home in Troy. Mrs. John R. George has returned from Rochester, Minn., and her many friends are pleased to know that she is greatly improved in health. u u a. ri BUBLB O - n n fi Ei 0 DHE O a sS O BBC! b a n ei mb ea n ss ta UU j tiLJHLJH ao. "a a m E EJB Qenta, m rs k: n hi n iei n DAW lAfl fWW- W b "M ul BhJ Ml fcW .Cows. on Pastor Need: Gram. Lare ertra summer profits may easily be obtained from cows ori pasture. Tvro pounds of PURINA COW CHOW FE$D on pasture will increase the flow of a good producer at it. least 6 pounds ot milic per oay, usuany more. P'MM At S2.00"per cwt. the extra milk will bring 12 cents per cow at sn extra" feed cost of only 7 cents per cow. This penns 5 cents erdra profit per cow per day or $1.50 a month. On . a herd vl 13 ccv. i ll vould mean an extra profit of X30.00 ner month. These figures are con servative. Make jtest. Order PURINA COW Chow Feed tod' J and start tomorrow. ' . ' Sold in Union City by the Cask Grocery Co. CH0 FEED "Mrs. L. J. Goode, of Fulton, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Nettle Pen rick.. Lieut. Cherry, of Ncwbern, was a social visitor here the first of this week. , . . Mrs. Sudie Manning, of Jackson, is the guest of Mrs. Claude Alien this week. " . , " Mr. and Mrs. Sam Harper, of Num ber Tout, were very pleasant visitors here Monday. T. M. Carney will preach at Fre mont Church next Sunday at ,3 o'clock P., M. ' ' Mrs. Russell, ot Dyersburg, was the guest of Miss Clatie Andrews the first of thl3 week. Mrs. Geo. Harris, of Humboldt, was a visitor here this eek in the home of Mrand Mrs. Geo. Stone, Grove streetj Gorp. John O. Hopper was in the city Sunday enroute home, having received his honorable discharge. Corp. Hopper' has been In Camp Wadswortli for about six months. 1 he Davidson Produce Co. paid M. L. Corum for one dozen Plymouth hens f :'0 f.4. One of these hens weighed llvibs. At the price paid would have brought $2.86. So it pays to raise the best breed of poultry. The Cleveland Tractor not only plows, but you can do anything with it, haul, grade roads, run your ensilage outter or your feed mill, 6r(anything that re quires belt power. ; I will preach at Mt. Zion on Sun day morning at eleven o'clock, and at Salem at 3 P. M. The birds afe sing ing the flowers are blooming, and we hope all who are, not sick will come and worship with us. G. W. EVANS. Mr. J. J. Kee was home this week for a brief visit with Mrs. Kee and the children at home with Mr. antl Mrs. Will Bryan, Ury "street. Mr. Kee is traveling salesman out of St. Louis and has been traveling in Florida territory. Mrs. H. C. Stanfleld and little dutfliter, Mary Louise, arrived home Monday from Memp'rp. Mrs. Stat: i eld went to Mnnpl.'c to see her bis ter.'Mrs. E. C. Conner,! who bs been very ill. She if ct the Baptist Mi- morial Hospital. Mr. George A. Reaves, of Columbia, S. C, was a visitor in Union City Tues day. He has retired from the milling business and, together with his brother, Arthur, and Mr. Wallace Moffett, for merly of this city, represent the Bur roughs Adding Machine Co., and have an office in Columbia. Tbey are pros pering and enjoying splendid health. Dr. Ira 0. Park and J. E. Averitt are to be located in the Driskjll build ing, formeily the I. S.JCirby store, to be partitioned in two sections w an apartment of electrical supplies and fixtures in one, and medical offi ces and surgical departments for Dr. Park. The house is now in the hands of workman undergoing improve ments as indicated. Mr. Thelbert Taylor, formerly as sistant cashier of the Bank ofTroy, Tenn., has been elected as cashier of the Citizens Bank at Troy, succeeding Mr. Jake Brantley, who goes back to Louisville with the Federal Land Loan Bank. Mr. Taylor is well known with bankers and banking of the county, and will be a useful man at his new post Rev. W. B. Cunningham, Mrs. W. J. Davidson, Mrs. T. J. Latimer and J. W. Burney left Tuesday afternoon for Ncwbern, Tend., to attend the meeting of Obion Presbytery of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Davidson and Mrs.-Lr.timcr go as representatives to the Ladies Mis sionary society.' Rev. W. B. Cunning ham is the stated clerk and J. M. Burney the retiring moderator of the Presbytery. A largo representation is anticipated. Mrs. Parker, of Greenwood, Miss., ia visitor in the city with Mrs: Alts Nichols. Word from Mrs. T. R. Clark, who has been in Faducah for treatment, is that she is improving and very much better. Miss Maude Moffatt, of Troy, was a visitor here this week on Ury street. Dr. and Mrs. Jno. D. Carlton will be at home about April 15. , , Mr. and Mrs. Oliver vBrummel have returned to St. Louis, after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. 8. E. Brummel. Miss Vallie Hanna has .returned home after an extended visit with rela tives in Mississippi. Miss T.nverne Threlkeld is visiting in the bomoi Mr. and Mrs. E. L. King. Mr. Cary Brummel has returned to Paducab, Ky., after a visit with relatives. Miss Lillie Nolen,. who- has been lo cated in Atlanta, Ga., during the. win ter, was in the city yesterday enroute to Jackson. ... y..- Car O wimerS: Having installed a complete, vulcanizing plant, we are now prepared to repair your tires and tubes as they should be. ' Having repaired tires and tubes for the U? S. Govern ment for the past 8 months at Sheffield, Ala., we feel that we are in position, to do your repair work. All work unconditionally guaranteed. For any in formation in regard to tires, new or old, give us a call. Opposite Dietzel Produce & Grocery Co., next door to Semones' old garage or Johnson's Motor Transfer, Co. Dietzel Vulcanizing Co. Telephone 273. UNION CITY, TENN. Rhoads-Sabirf On Monday, March 14, 1919, oc curred the marriage at Miss Nonie Rhoads, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C J. Rhoads of' Union City, Tenn., to Mr Verne Sabin, son of Mr. and Mrs. El nier C. Sabin of Champaign, III., at the home of the bride in Union City, Tenn Rev. J. R. Farris of the First Christian Church performing the ceremony The bride and groom were classmates at the Illinois College of Photography, from which tbey both graduated in 1912. Since that date the bride bas been engaged in the photography busi ness in Union City, while the groom has been engaged in similar work in various parts of the State of Illinois, and for the past eighteen months has been the Official Photographer for the U. 8. Army at Embarkation Headquar ters, Newport News, Va., having been discharged from the army March 6, with the rank of Sergeant First Class, Medical Corps. The bride, wore a pink "georgette crepe, .heavily embroidered. The groom wore his uniform. The bouse was beautifully decorated in pink and green, the altar being backed by a Giant Begonia, ten feet in height, flanked on either side with ferns and pink begonias, with a canopy of green. The bride's sister, Miss Geneva Rhoads, had charge of the dec orating and lighting. -. -i Mendelssohn's Wedding March was preceded by two songs, The Can of Love" and "That Is Why My Love Is Calling", 'Bung by Miss Ruth Griffin, with Miss Brownie Dixon presiding at the piano. Miss Mattie Beauton Hop per had charge of the Guest's Register andjtelegrams, a large number of the latter being received from many of their out of town friends. The out of town guests included the parents of the groom, from Champaign. Refreshments were served appropri ate to St. Patrick's Day. . mi l 1J' pjj ine display oi weuuing guts I urge and beautiful. rs, was HORNER'S "Amber Queen" A RARE OLD BLEND 100 per cent Pure TTD II IB. C I will be in UNION CITY 'SATURDAY March 22, 1919 with a car load of good, fresh Jersey ilk Cows and Heavy Springers Sale will commence at 1 o'clock p. m. Terms will made known on day of sale. . G. A, NAG LE, Owner. J. G. SAUNDERS, Auctioneer. B. P., 0. E. On last Monday' the pf Union City gave ' a St. Pactrick's dance. About 50 couples from Martin, Dyers burg, Humboldt, Paducah, ' Obion, Fulton, Hickman and Mr.yfleld were present. ' The Kentucky' Jazi Band had been engaged to ' furnish the music but didn't, arrlvo on account of washouts on all roads, so tho music was furnished by local talent. A do lightfuLevcning was spent In spite of disappointments and Union -City has put on one more of the dances for which she Is famous. . ' Card of Thanks. To the many, friends and physician, Dr. Watson, who so tenderly watched over our beloved one, Melvin L.' Nich ols, during his illness and death, and also to the loved ones for the beautiful floral offerings, we want to thank you and invoke God's blessings upon you. Mrs. Melvih L. Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Nichols and Family. -