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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
taken at once. J. H. McClure. Sltf WANTED 'by young man student at High School: Position as book keeper and stenographer lor part time. Phone 5 6 4-J. 34-tf J..R. DOWNING FOR SALE Five-room cottage on South Second street. JMrs. J. W. Mc Afee, Phone 42. 344-tf Notice. , Good little farm for sale one mile south of Polk. Jao. and Gardner Bryant. 34-4tpd WANT TO BUY 2 tons good hay 2 loads of pole wood; 2 loads of stovcwood. G. B. Wright, at Citi zens Auto Co. , FOR SALE Parlor or church or gan In first-class condition. 34-2t Phone 101. A. N. DICKSON. ROOMS on South Third street, fur nished, but not for light housekeep ing. Phone Mrs. John Joyner, 2 02-J, FOR SALE Thirteen lota in north Rives one lHock west of depot. Address A.-'D. 3qck, Rives, Tenn. 55-2tpd , FOw sSmJE Pianos, player pianos and phonographs. Easy- terms. A.'N. DICKSON, Phone1 101. 30-8t FOR RENT My old home on Di ) vision street, six good rooms, water and lights, corner lot. Mrs. Augusta f Morton. 35tf FOR SALE My home, located on East Exchange street. Six rooms, bath and all modern conveniences. Corner lot 80x113 feet. Good, ga rage. Cash or terms. See R. H. Rust. ' 27-tf FOR SALE New ?700 player piano, mahogany case, music cabinet to match, flno selection music rolls; piano is guaranteed for twenty-five years; will pell' at a bargain. See Mrs. C. C. Walton, Martin, Tenn. 34-2tpd Mr. Jamie Little, of Dresden, wa a Monday visitor. Mr. W. A. Thompson, of Jackson was a visitor Wednesday, Phone 32 for coal. Miss Neva Ward, of Rutherford was a Wednesday visitor, . Mr. and Mrs. Joe Neely 'were in Obion Sunday as visitors. , For ice and coal call 150. B. E. Brown has returned to St Louis after a visit to friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Buchanan and son, of Polk, were m tnecity yester day. ' ' For ice and coal call 150. Miss Lonnio Adkerson, of Unity, 111., was a visitor in the city thi3 week. f C. F.Lane, of Amarillo, Texas, is a When you are ready to talk about a monument, don't forget the old reliable Eclipse Marble & Gran ite Works, J. J. Snyder, Prop., Hum boldt, Tenn. Honesty is our policy best material, and workmanship and reasonable prices. Shipments made promptly. Ask our customers about us. Call or write me. Sltf J. J. FINLEY, ' Humboldt Tenn. LAND SALE. B. Beeler vs. P. C. Englchardt. In Chancery Court at Union City, Tennessee. No. 1515. In obedience" to a docreo of the Chancery Court at Union City made at the October Term, 1922, in the above Btyled case, I will on Monday, the 4th Day of December, 1922, at 1:15 p.m., in front' of the East Door of the Courthouse in Union City, Tennessee, sell to the kighest and best bidder the property in said decree described, being a parcel of land lying and being in 9th Civil District of Obion County, Tnn., ana described as follows: "Beginning at Lou Terrill's South west corner, and runs thence East 50 poles to a stake; thence South 77 8-10 noles to a stake in John Beeler's North line; thenco West 50 pole's to a stake, A. L. Kilgorn'r East 'line and John W. Turner's North west corner; thence North 77 8-10 poles to the beginning, containing twenty-four acres more or less. This land is off the west end of a tract of land bought by me from Roscoe Joy er which is of record in the Regis ter's office for Obion County, Tennes see, in DeedbBook 'M' No. 8, on page 160, to which- reference is here Made." TERMS OF SALE" Sale will be nado to the highest bidder on a cred it of seven months at d in bar of equity of redemption, the complain ant having so prayed in his bill and he shall akc a noto for said land with good personal security bearing interest from day of sale, and a lien retained on said land as further security for the payment thereof. , , This October 31, 1922. 32-3t GEO. A., GIBBS, Clerk and Commissioner. A. J. Harpole, Solicitor. - ' Accidentally Killed. Tyler Miller, of Clarksville, Tenn., who has been quartered at the Blue Wing unting Club, accidentally shot himself while out Wednesday after noon in his boat on Reelfoot Lake. The gun fired accidentally and the discharge entered his. leg. A blood vessel was ruptured and death re sulted from bleeding. The shot was heard and assistance came to Mr. Miller and he was carried to his ho tel. ' THANKSGIVING MARKET. ' The Baptist ladies will have a Thanksgiving market at Harpole Walker Furniture Store on Novem ber 29. Come find get chickens and cakes for your Thanksgiving dinner. guest of his mother, Mrs. B. F Lane. Phone 32 for coal. Mrs. E. Adkerson is here this week visiting Mrs. J. B. Adkerson, Ury street. Mrs. W. P. Casey left last week to spend Thanksgiving with friends in Humboldt, Did you know that the Central Filling Station soli tires? Misses Gladys Wheeler and La Vera Lovelace were here for a visit last -week. Mrs. W. H. Gardner, of Memphis, is a visitor with old-time friends in Union City Get one of those nice shampoos and facials at Miss Flanary's. Mrs. W. J. Rust, of Memphis, is a visitor this week with Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Rust. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. McMurry and daughter, Miss Virginia, were in the city Tuesday. Don't fail to hear the recital by Mr. and Mrs. Sperandeo and com pany at Reynolds on Thanksgiving ight. A rare treat in music. Miss Estelle McCormick, of Sena- tobia, Miss., is a guest of Xitv sister, Mrs. R. H. Rust. W. P. Rogers, who is attending school in Memphis, was at home foT a visit last week. Call the Crystal Ice Co. for Ken tucky and Alabama Coal. Phone 32. Mrs. J. Jone3 and daughter, Mar guerite, of Dresden, wero here as shoppers Tuesday . Mrs. Augusta Morton is in Arkan sas this week visiting her daughter Mrs. Chas. Prather. Call J. C. Burdick, Phone 185 for Fresh Fish and Oysters. Will de liver to you promptly. W.Howard Davidson, of Knoxville, was a Sunday visitor with his moth er, Mrs. W. J. Davidson. Mrs. Martin Bruce left this week for Jackson, Tenn., to join her hus band, who is located there. it you want to find an up-to- date manicurist visit the Beauty Parlor at Miss Flanary's . Mr. Howell Bransford, Jr., is in Memphis this week visiting his friend, Mr. Duke Baldridge. Mrs. Laura Neel and Ivy Bennett, of Troy, were in the city Wednesday visiting Mrs. J. W. Burney Don't fail to hear the recital by Mr. and Mrs. Sperandeo and com pany at Reynolds on Thanksgiving night. A rare treat in music. Miss Ivy Davis, of Laurel, Miss., is in "the city visiting in the home of Mrs. Corde Garth, Ury street. Mrs. John Cranford, of Martin, is a guest tbVweek of her sister, Mrs. J. B. Hil das, on Main street. For any kind of monument or marker see J. T. Vestal, 520 N. Third street. Phone 564-W. 35-tf Mrs. T. R. Reynolds was a visitor last week in the home of her sister, Mrs. Roy Cummings, in Paducah Mrs." Clarence Beck was called back to Jackson this week on account of the serious illness Df her mother. Call the Crystal Ice Co. for Ken tucky and Alabama Coal. Phone 32 Miss Mabel Doran, of Kenton, and Miss E. White, of Memphis, were the guests of Mr3. Sam Ward Sun day.' Mr. and Mrs. John Bruce and Mr, and Mrs. W. O. McDaniel, of Kenton, were the guests this week of Mr. and Mr3. Sam Hopper. Don't fail to hear the recital by Mr. and Mrs. Sperandeo and com pany at Reynolds -on TnanKsgivinis night. A rare treat in music. Mrs. Robert Hamilton, who has been very sick with influenza, is re ported better this week. The friends will be glad to ceo her out again. If your stomach is out of order or distressed, no matter from what cause, Mi-OrNa stomach tablets will give instant relief in case of indiges tion, acute or chronic, or money back. Guaranteed by Oliver's Drug Store. ; : "'rl Special Prices on Piece Goods Very fine grade of LL Brown Sheeting, 36-in. wide, 15c value, price .9c Yard wide Bleached Domestic, good quality, no starch, per yd ...12c 9-4 Genuine Pepperel Sheeting, nothing better, 60c value, price ...44c Best grade AC A Bedtick, guaranteed feather proof, beautiful patterns, 45c val ue, price..... 29c 36-inch Standard light and dark Percales, 20c and 25c values, price ...15c 27-inch Dress Gingham, 15c quality, per yd 9c GINGHAM Several cases of Utility and Zephyrs Dress Gingham, all new Fall patterns, 30c values, price.... 20c One case of real fancy Dress Gingham, 32-in. wide, 35c grade, price ...25c One case of best grade Apron Checks, black, blue and brown, all staple patterns, 1 5c values, price 1 2jc Good heavy grade light and dark Outings, beautiful patterns, plaids, little checks and stripes, solid colors, blue, pink, gray and white, special ..I2c Winter Underwear FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY Men's real heavy fleece lined Union Suits, $1.50 value, price 98c Men's heavy ribbed Union Suits, $1.50 value, price 98c Ladies' Union Suits, very fine grade, a bargain at $1.50, price 98c Ladies' medium weight Vests and Pants, ribbed, 75c value, price ..48c Children's Union Suits, 75c val., price 48c Boy's heavy fleece lined Union Suits, first grade, $1.00 value, price 69c Remember our entire stock consists of first quality goods, no seconds,, no job lots. SHOES, SHOES. We have the best line of Shoes that can be had at very low prices. We guar antee these shoes to be solid leather, if not we will give you a new pair and $5.00 in cash, this is no paper talk but facts, these shoes are made by Friedman Shelby and W. L. Douglas. Now, you know these lines of shoes. We have 7,000 pairs of shoes to select from. You can be fit and pleased. These shoes have been reduced from 50c. to $2.00 a pair, this will be a great saving for you on your winter shoes. Now come and you will not be disappointed. M ! XIFIVff .A lff The 8,ore ,hat f0WS feer ever day iv4ii 1 Jid iiiM w Ws originate, not imitate. Be sure that you are in Kaufman's store. Look for the Big Sign in front UNION CITY, TENN. Mr. and Mrs. Hall Glover, of St. Louis, were here this week visiting Mrs. Glover's brother,- Mr. Luther Morris, in his illness and attended the funeral. If you once get a facial, sham poo or manicure at Miss Flanary's you will be anxious to visit the par lor again. Accompanying the remains of their father, Dr. W. B. Inman, Mr. Will Inman and Misses Esther and Ruth Inman were in the city last weok at tending the funeral. - Don't fail to hear the recital by Mr. and Mrs. Sperandeo and com pany at Reynolds on Thanksgiving night. A rare treat in music. We acknowledge advance holiday greetings from that veteran of the pulpit and fine 'citizen, Elder John R. Williams, of Hornbeak. May hi3 shadow never grow less. -It is a unique way oiiver"s Drug Store has of selling Hyomei, a guar anteed treatment for catarrh. Mon ey back if it fails. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hamilton and daughter, Mrs. Joe Leach, came down last week from McKenzie to be with Mrs. Hamilton during her illness. They will return this week to Mc Kenzie. Don't fail to hear the recital by Mr. and Mrs. Sperandeo and com pany at Reynolds on Thanksgiving night. A rare treat in music. The home of Mr. W. J. Jackson, Ury street, has been improved since the fire of a few months ago. The residence is newly papered with new roof and paint and looks almost like a new building entirely. J "One dollar Is better than no dollars at all." If quality and prico will help you in buying a monument, see J. T. Vestal, 520 N. Third street. Phone 564-W. 35-tf Mr. W. J. Edwards, of St". Louis, was in the city yesterday, coming to town to take his mother back home with him. Mrs. -Edwards has improved so that she can walk easily with crutches. She has been in the Nailling Hospital for several months under the care of Dr. Nailling. Did you know that the Central Filling Station sold tires? The many friends of the minister and family, both in and. outside of the congregation will welcome Rev. and Mrs Mathis returning from con ference with a commission for the pastor to remain with the Methodist Episcopal Church in Union City. There are very few people, if any, in Union City who do not know Brother Mathis personally, and ho is univer sally and kindly esteemed. He has been doing a fine work in the church, and there are numbers who will at test to his good offices and his gen erous contributions to every worthy effort and enterprise. Welcome home is extended to the. family. They will also . welcomo the Presiding Elder, Rev. Pickons, and his good wife. He is with us only at stated intervals, but we have learned to know that he i3 a man of parts and one of God's noblemen. Did you know that the Central Filling Station sold tires? Subscriptions taken for all mag a2ine3. Mrs. C. L. Ridings, Phone 603. Circle No. One. Circle No. One of the Methodist Missionary Society will conduct a shower, at the home of Mrs. William White on Monday, Nov. 27, at 2:30 p.m. Everybody invited. Parent-Teachers., Remember the Wcstover Parent Teachers bazaar on Saturday, No vember 25, at the Harpole-Walker Furniture Co. store. Box Supper. A box supper will be given Friday night, Nov. 24, at Woodland Mills schoolhouse. Come and let's have a good time. Box Supper. On Saturday night, the 25th inst., a box supper will be given for the rebuilding of Mineral Springs school, five miles west of Troy. Everyone come and bring a box. Missionary -Society. The Missionary Society of the Methodist Church will hold a Christ mas Bazaar Friday and Saturday, December 1 and 2, at Harpole-Walk-er Furniture Co. store. W. C. T. U. The W. C. T. U. met with Mrs. W. L. Bryan 'with an interesting pro gram. The next meeting place will be with Mrs. Florence Harris. The lessons on Civic Government will be continued. Meeting at 2:30 p.m. Refreshments barred. A man never gets too wicked to purr with delight when some woman tells him he is "such a good man." U. D. C. The U. D. C. met this week with Mrs. C. W. Mile, with Mrs. Claudo Allen leader. The chapter will meet with Mrs. Claude Allen at 2:30 p.m., November 29, and the following program will be rendered: Mrs. Claudo Allen, hostess. The War About Philadelphia ' Mrs. Bonner, leader. Battle of Brandywine Mrs. C. W. Miles. Winter in Valley Forgo Mrs. Bre vard. Arrival of LaFayette and Others Mrs. Beck. Alliance with France, 1778 Mr3. Isaacs. British Retreat from Philadelphia Mrs. Hassler. Battle of Monmouth Mrs. Seid. Waddell. Meeting of Eastern Star. The Eastern Star will meet at the Masonic Hall Friday night, the 24th, inst. at 7 o'clock, and all members are urged to be present., Some Turnips. Mr. John Yetes, one of the well known citizens tt Number One, has two very fine specimens at the Old National Bank in Union City. One of these turnipo weighs four pounds and seven ounces and the other weighs four pounds and" four and one-half ounces. They are the old fashioned purple and white-skinned turnips and as scund and juicy 83 they ever crow." N . 1 '1 ' I ' 17'.