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susuiiwdl (Co.
We are offering for your approval about fifty patterns of spring styles
of Toille de Nord and A. F. C. Ginghams at f rnr tOr
last year's prices U clIIU 12
Twenty pieces of Sea Island Percales, 36 inches wide, X-n
at the l cot nrire ner vard Qv
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25 pieces of spring style Percales, 32 inches wide, at
100 pieces new standard Calicoes . .
50 pieces new fancy patterns of dress style Ginghams, a yard
Six patterns of embroidered Linens, for waists or suits, a yard
A full line of new patterns of Laces and Embroideries, from the cheap
numbers to the very best.
Our sales have been very satisfactory so far on these goods. 4 fisy
We sell Madisonville yard-wide Domestic at the 1006 price of
In Our Carpet Department we are showing some splendid designs
in Rugs, Carpets and Mattings. We have in stock 500 yards of
wool ingrain Carpeting bought last season, which we will sell at least
ten per cent, cheaper than the present marked value.
We have just opened a splendid selection of 9x12 fa A flfl In OK (lfl
Rugs and are offering them at from, each . VT"iUU lU OZtJiUU
We are showing a splendid value in Tapestry Brussels at, yard . 65c
Also a good grade of Milton Velvets at, per yard. . . . 90c
Mattings in all the new patterns and weights at per yard from 8 to 50c
If in need of Rugs of any size you should buy until you give us a look.
Suits--Don't forget that j'ou can buy a Suit up-stairs from the Rob
inson Bransford Stock at half price or less. Just the thing for
your boy is one of those Suits we are selling at 98 cents. It will
do him just as much service as one you pay $3.00 to $4.00.
A Mm
Hardly Biros
Mauaewoodl (Co
Miss Kathleen Reynolds, Editor.
(Phone 201)
The Sans Souci.
The Sans Souci Club was most
delightfully entertained last Friday
afternoon by Misses Levisa and
Annie Walker. Both Flinch and
Whist were played, and three hand
some prizes awarded. The club
prize, a beautiful opera bag, was
won by Mrs. Clifford Joyner. Miss
Alma Haydon was the winner of
the visitor's prfze, a pretty white
crepe de chine muffler, while the
consolation, a box of stationery,
went to Miss Bessie Glascock. A
dainty course of ices was served
after the games. The visitors pres
ent were Miss May Crockett, Miss
Alma Haydon, Miss Bessie Glas
cock, Miss Ida Sanders, Mesdames
Marvin Blanton, Harry Driver,
Paine Bransford and Schluter
Hughes. The club meets this week
with MtsaOttie Mai Williams.
Francis Cockrill's Party.
Mrs. Cockrill gave a party, on
Friday, the 12th, to her little son,
Francis, in honor ol his fourth an
niversary. (Juite a number of lit
tle people were present, and all en
joyed the afternoon's games and
various amusements to the fullest.
About 3 30 tbey were qshered into
the dining room, which was beauti
fully decorated in red. The table
was draped in rtd ribbons, and from
the chandelier was suspended num
bers of pretty paper bags contain
ing' nuts and candies, one being
iriven to each little guest. Other!
dainty-refreshments were served.
In the center of the table sat a
beautiful birthday cake, glowing in
red and white candies, which proved
delightful to all. Late in the after
noon all departed wishing little
Francis many, many happy returns.
Mrs. Paul Ingram, of Troy, was
present and gave a nice talk about
the club of which she is a member,
which has been studying Shakes
peare for the past four yars.
There was a very good attendance
and the afternoon was enjoyed im
mensely by everyone. The meeting
next week will be with Mrs. Rob
ert Whipple.
Review Club.
On Tuesday afternoon the Re
view Club held a most delightful
meeting with Mrs. Wells. The les
son proved a very interesting and
instructive one, being a study ot
art, "How to Look at Pictures."
Entertained at Dahnke's.
Last Friday evening Ewing Nail
ling most charmingly entertained
anumberof his friends at Dahnke's
Cafe in honor of his eighteenth
anniversary. Two delightful ice
courses, with fortune's cake, were
served and which were greatly en
joyed. Those present were Misses
Lillie Wade, Kathleen Gibbs, Vivi
enne White, Kathleen Reynolds,
Messrs. Wells Woody, Ewing NaiN
ling, , Wright Pardue and Will
J. TJ. O.
Miss Bessie Glascock was the
charming hostess, on last Thurs
day afternoon, of the J. U. G. Part
of the afternoon was given to the
selection of the club pins and col
ors, after which the time was de
voted to music. Lovely refresh
ments were served. The visitors
present were Misses Nettie Miller
Carter and Vivienne White. The
next meeting will be with Miss
Ella Griffin.
Chafing Dish Club.
Miss Adrian Brevard was the
charming hostess of the Chafing
Dish Club last week.
Columbian Club.
The Columbian Club meeting for
this week has been postpoued.
Mrs. Will Parsley and children
have gone to Vernon, Texas.
Mr. Harris, ot Gibbs, was in the
city Monday.
Vaden Davis returned Wednesday
from Jackson.
Mrs. Laura Wells returned from
Troy Saturday.
Mrs. C. D. Moss and children are
at Martin lor the week.
The Jewell Kelley Co. to-morrow
night. Popular prices.
The Jewell Kelley Co. to-morrow
night. Good show at popular prices.
Illustrated songs between acts.
The Man From Maine, January 30.
Remember ti e date, January 30,
The Man From Main; 25 and 35cts.
The Man From Main at Reynold's
Operahouse, Tuesday night,Jan.30.
Miss Sue Reaves is speading a
few days with friends at Dexter,
Pat McAndrew, after a few days
here with friends, left Tuesday for
Mr. R. W. Adams returned from
Dawson Monday very much im
proved. Hear the Utopian quartette Tues
day night; The Man From Maine;
home talent
,G. W. Tucker, ot the Pleasant
Valley neighborhood, is very 6ick
with pneumonia.
Mrs. Sam Coats and little daugh
ter, Margaret, are visiting relatives
in Dyer this week.
Mr. Jim Cockran and niece, Miss
Inez Kelly, are visiting relatives in
Western Kentucky.
Mrs. Lora Mathews, after a visit
of a week with Mrs. R. Chitwood,
has returned to Newbern.
Mr. and Mrs. Harris Parks re
turned Wednesday from a pleasant
stay with friends at Newbern.
Mrs. C. W. Miles and son.George,
arrived home yesterday from a sev
eral months' stay in California.
J. M. Turner, the photographer
who has been sick several weeks,
is again at his place ot business.
Mrs. Nora Croer and daughter,
Miss Joy, returned from a short
visit with Obion friends Tuesday.
Mr. J. A. Dudley, of Greenfield,
is in the city spending a few days
with his daughter, Mrs. J. W. Hil
lis. Mr. Lea Garth will sing the illus
trated songs Tuesday night; The
Man From Maine; admission 25 and
Mr. Moss and wife (nee Miss
Grace Curry) are here from Texas
visiting Mrs. Moss' mother, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bell went to
Fulton Monday to attend the funer
al service of. Mrs. Bell's aunt, Mrs.
Mrs. Charlie Merriman and chil
dren returned to Martin Sunday,
alter a tew days here with her
Mrs. H. C. Stanfield returned
yesterday from a visit with friend
and relatives at Brownsville and
Miss Mamie Bryan, of Humboldt
is in the city a guest at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Stubbs, Divis
ion street.
"Wedded and Parted,"one night
and Saturday at that. Jewell Kel
ley Stock Co. to-morrow, matinee
and night.
The lights will be on the Rey
nolds to morrow night. Jewell Kel
ley Stock Company in "Wedded
and Parted."
Miss Mary Ella Harris, of Rives,
and her guest, Miss Shelton, of
Mayfield, visited Miss Lurline Cat
ron this week.
J. M. Forrester, who has been in
Florida since Thanksgiving, re
turned home Monday. His health
is but little improved.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben C. Bramhatn
have moved to the old Geo. Dabnke
cottage, recently occupied by Mr
and Mrs. L. M. Martin.
Dr. W. M. Turner, who has been
spending a few weeks vacation in
Oklahoma and Texas, is expected
to return home to-morrow.
Mrs. R. II. Boyd, vife ot Dr.
Bovd, the osteopath, arrived Mon
day. They have rooms with Eld.
and Mrs. Roulhac, near the courthouse
Jas. L. Haguewood and Geo. W.
Robinson are in Dyer6burg for a
few days in the interest of Hardy
Bros. & Haguewood Co's tailoring
"The Failure that is irom With
in" will be the subject for the ser
mon at the First Christian Church
Sunday morning. The night service
will begin at 7 o'clock. All the
parents in that church are urged to
send their children to the Sunday
school and if possible come with
Something doing all the tim
Tuesday night, January 30. Illus
trated songs and other home talen
specialties. The Man From Maine
25 and 35cts.
Miss Lillie Maddox, of S t a t
Line, left last week for New York
where she will join Minnie Vesey
and resume her study of voice and
instrumental music.
The Man From Maine, January
30, will csmbine the skill derived
from numerous rehearsals with the
purity of home talent plays. It'
different 25 and 35cts.
A letter to a friend from Esquire
Crawley states that he arrived in
San Antonio, Tex., all right and
that he is comfortably located at a
nice hotel and is rooming with Capt
The two-year-old child of Mr.
and Mrs. Gale, who live near Old
Republican, died Sunday of pneu
monia and was buried Monday. It
was a grandchild of Mr. Jeff Rob-
C. K. Ligon and wife, Hardy Li
gon-and wife and Miss Ruth Ligon,
of this city, and Messrs. Pink and
Will Morris, of near this city, at
tended the funeral service of Mrs.
Matt Morris at Fulton Monday.
he Young Men's Utopian Club,
a practical exponent of intellectual,
social and physical culture, presents
at Reynolds Operahouse, Tuesday
night, January 30,the unique drama
The Man From Maine. Admission
25 and 35cts.
Mr. and Mrs. Fitz J. Smith were
in the city Wednesday to spend a
short time visiting Mrs. Smith's
sister, Mrs.Bonnie Hamilton. They
left yesterday for Florida to spend
the winter months. They expect
to return about May 1.
Dr. and Mrs, P. B. Curlin, of
Hickman, were in the city this
week visiting Mrs. Curlin" parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Scates. Dr.
Curlin returned home Monday and
Mrs. Curlin went home yesterday.
Officers Brown and Pardue had
the room fairly well filled 'with
Baptistvule citizens when the
Mayor rapped for order yesterday
morning. It was a brief session of
the court, but before adjournment
the Mayor had collected something
iKe ju.
Obion county was visited Sunday
and Sunday night by a fierce wind
and one of the heaviest rains in
years. The local rivers and creeks
have been on a boom for some days
and much damage is reported to
levees and bridges in the lower sec-
ions ot the county.
Neal Alison, white, three years
for house-breaking and larcenv:
Tom Dalton, colored, ten years for
murder, and Henry Cole, colored.
one year for larceny, recently con
victed and sentenced in Judire Maid
en's court, were carried to the peni
tentiary Sunday by Jas. Davis.
Miss Carrie Catron has accepted
a position as cashier at the -Allen
urug Co s store. A nice cashier'
stand will be erected near the front
of the building and all settlements
win oe maae there. Mr. Carmon
Hughes will have charire of the
soda water and soft drinks section.
having the place made vacant by
the resignition of Mr. Mitchell.
J. L. Ruffin has 200 corda of wonrt
for sale. See him for full cord
28 cubic feet. tf
Watches !
Now is a good time to
buy the Watch you want. We
have a full and comnlft
stock at very reasonable
For instance we will sell
A good Watch for $1.50
Elgin Watch for $5.00
Gold Filled Watch fnr
20 -vr. Case FA oin mnvp.
ment for $10.00
Others at $12.50. Sis.nn
$20.00 and as high as
Every Watch sold by us is
guaranteed to keep good time
engraving Iree.
The Jewelers.

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