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I v if f . Comingto Union City ON WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER C I Pt C US Or PI GG EST 1(11 t M THE PARISIAN WHIRLWINDS, Salvaggls Troupe. 500 ACTS, NOVELTIES and IMPORTED FEATURES. , gig 'allaco Shovs Rain or Shine GET SEATS EARLY. WW JT OSCAR UOWANOB O A- JOSEPH CEICMBPt Lr-rtK BLANCHt REED MISS NH.50N Ull.U.N SHAPE n ine Vjreat Wallace rarade at lu a. m. Daily--Most Elaborate Pageant ever seen on .,v thoroughfare, a Blaze of Beauty and Splendor, a Positive Triumph of Spectacu lar Displny and Effect. Excursions on Every Lino of Tra LOCAL AND PERSONAL. R. J. McAdoo was in Hickman Saturday on business. J. W. Carter has returned from a visit to relatives in Missouri. George Parks, ot Newberc, was in the city Sunday visiting1 rela tives. Miss Dixon Sandling is spending the week visiting with Jackson rel atives. Clarence Stewart, of Jackson, was in the city Tuesday meeting old friends. Miss Lucile Bondurant, of Hick man, was in the city Saturday and Sunday. Miss Carrie Naylor, who has been visiting at Hickman, has re turned home. Jerry Malone, of Hickman, was in the city Tuesday spending a tew hours with friends. Miss Allie May Reeves is at home, alter spending several days with friends at Dyersburg. Jas. Browder, a prominet citizen of Fulton, died Friday night after a long illness of paralysis. County Superintendent J. M, Moore went to Fulton Friday to visit South Fulton College. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cloar,. of District No. 3, are entertaining a brand new son in their home. Mrs. F. M. Woody, who has been spending a month with her daugh ter, Mrs. John C. Borum, at Earl, Ark., arrived home Sunday. Albert Kimzey left Monday for New Haven, Conn., where he will again attend medical college. This is his second year in the school Miss Vivian White, of West Point, Miss., who has been visiting in the city, a guest of Mrs. Lyde well Garner, has returned home. Miss Sue Reaves, who has been in Colorado for several weeks, re turned Monday. She rparts a very pleasant stay and says her health is very much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Titsworth have moved from the Godwin resi dence near the college to the cot tage on North First street, adjoin ing J. C. Burdick's residence. J. H. Webb and Miss Sallie Gam mons, of Hickman, were united in marriage in this city last Saturday evening, 'Squire H. S. Sacra per forming the ceremony at his home. ' Misses Eudora McCawand Verna Callicut, and Calvin McCaw, ot Rives, were in the city a few hours Monday. They were on their way to Due West, S. C, to attend school. Gospel services at the Presbyter ian Church, North First street, next Sabbath, 16th inst., at 11 a.m. Subject, "The Incarnation." The members are urged to attend, and the public is cordially invited. Rev. John C. Wilson and family have returned from Colorado, where they have been spending the sum mer. Rev. Wilson's health is a great deal better, and he will again take op his work as pastor of the M. E. Church. The tobacco barn of John Aid rich, who lives near Pierce Station, was destroyed by fire, origin un known, but supposed to have been accidental. Some 6,000 pounds of tobacco was destroyed, with no in surance. Ben Harrison left Monday night for Pine Bluff, Ark., where he has a place with the S. A. Oldham Whole sale Grocery Co. Mr. Harrison has had considerable experience in gro eery work, goes to a good town and thinks he will like his new position Jas. Dickson, Jr., of Clarksville, was in the city the first ot the week to see his sister, Miss Eula, who has been visiting in the city severa! weeks. James has a good place as stenographer in the offices of one of the leading law f rms at Clarks ville. B. C. Duke and Miss Cora Duke, of Missouri, near Belmont, arrived in the city Friday and were mar ried in the clerk's office in the af ternoon by Esq. W, W. Hall. This was Squire Hall's first marriage, but he stood up and talked it off ike an old timer. Vaden Davis, who has a position as salesman in a dry goods store at East Prairie, Mo., visited friends here the first of the week. He re ports everything prosperous in that section and Bays that his sister. Miss Woodson, who is teaching at Corning, Ark., has a class of about forty all that she can prop The fact thaf SCHN. is so widely imitated only pnn that it is the best chew the Standard flat plug:. Other plugs are made to imitate the size and shape and color of SCHNAPP other tags are made to look like SCHNAPPS tapes vet there are more oounds of SCHNAPPS chewed annually than ail other similar tobaccos. Otis My Ill' filf Mii. ,. i ,s j : PPS 1 VA i P K v V"w A SCHNAPPS is mads of only choice eclectona cf well uiifcui-ci tharca; h!v cuied lea and in factories as clean as the cleanest kitchen, situated in the very heart cf the greatest cnewuig locicco gruwuig country, b men of l;fe-loncr experience in tobacco manu- tacturing, ana wno nave directed the R, J. Reynolds Tobacco Company bir.ee 1375. SCHNAPPS ha3 the pleasing:, appetiring aroma which created and popclart-cd me lononesa lor cnewuif . r.xpen testa prove that it requires and ta!; ;s r. trailer mount of sweetening than any other kind and has wholesome, stimulating ana satisfying eiiect on cnewers. Internal revenuo statisucs show that SCHNAPPS and other of the to Reynolds brands won enough cnewers in one fiscal year to maks a net gain ot six ana a quarter miinon pounds, or one-third of the entire-increased consumption in the United States on chewing and smoking tobacco. T?A Biira tin 1ttr nn taw mrA nwsAm u . 11 A SX-H-N.A-P-P-S, and you will have the genuine. ttfllil LOSS ft. ! REYriULDS TOBACCO CO. rJjr Winston-Salem, Than Any Other J9 K S5 Tula is the largest Dental Concern in the world Thirty-one offices In the V. 6. FULL SET OF TEETH CROWN AND BRIDGK WORK VTa will mT Mia fam tn Mnmrihlii nf .nvnnn In fhln town whn will nma b nm ft- a 5.00 set of teeta, crown or bridge work. Keud the conditions on the coaixin attached , UNION FAINL,EJSS DENTISTS MAIN AWD VSIOSI "un"i ts. Entrance on Union HSVSaSMMHnsasM Cut oot thl oonon noil that It la ilMnped hj your tlek.t rkb with th nam of your town. Oa entsrinK nr tflc. (lit It to ur reception clerk who will remitter fear name and address, and ace tnat your railroad (are It refunded. CU -T "TTMIO OUT! THE COMMERCIAL IS A BIG DOLLAR'S WORTH And its Job Printing Department is a hummer Mr. Jas. H. Arnn, of Nashville, was bere this week wita a orana new line of Dittman's shoe samples. This city was the first stop on his first trip out. He has a splendid line and we understand enjoyed a fine business here. Mr. and Mrs. Cave J. Crockett announce the engag-ement and ap proaching marriage of their daugh ter, May, to Donald C. Taylor, the wedding to take f lace on Tuesday morning,, October 2, at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Irvine, of near Troy, were in the city Monday shopping. Mr. Irvine reports fine crops and everything flourishing in his section. He also tells a pretty big snake story. He says one day last week he was working in the field in company with his son when they found and killed forty Bnakes the smallest of which was twelve inches lontr. Thev were ot the o . copperhead variety. Edward Dietzel left Wednesday, after a few days visit to his parents. He goes to Chickasha, I. T., where he has bought a nice cafe, bakery and restaurant. He says the busi ness is a nice one, something on the order of Dahnke's, and thinks the town a hummer. Brother De Graf fenreid goes with him and will have charge ot the soda fountain. This makes a good team; they are good business men, straight, sober, bon orable and upright in their deal ings and we have no doubt will suc ceed in their business venture. Enloe Chiles went to Obion Sat urdav and returned Monday. He j will continue to reside In Union City, having accepted a position as salesman in the clothing depart ment of Hardy Bros. & Haguewood Co.'s stores and will begin work to morrow morning. Enloe is a very popular young man and bis friends will be glad to know that he has decided to remain here. He has had several years experience in the mer- contile business and will make this store a valuable man Something doing all day Sept. 26-7-8 and 9th. at Union City's Greatest Fair, Union City never does anything ou The New Fast Train ' BETWEEN St. Louis St. Louis . AND AND New Orleans . Mobile Only, the handsomest of Pullman Library Observation SleednK Cars, wide Vestlbuled Coaches and Dining Cars, with Electric Liicrhts ana 'ans, are used in the Limited. For all In formation call on your Home Agent, tr write Jno. M. Beall, General Jfaa- senger Agent, St. Louis. UNION CITY. NORTH-BOTJND.v No. 2. lv Union City 10.39 a.m. No. 4, " 12.50 a.m. No. 6, " " 12.29 p.m. No. 12, leaves (week days). . . 1.30 p.m. SOUTH-BOUND. No. 1, lv Union City 6.35 p.m. No. 3, " 3.45 a.m. No. 5, " " 3.38 p.m. No. 15, leaves (week days). . . 8.00 a.m. Nos. 1 and 2 limited. Nos. 5 and 6 make all stops. Nos. 1 land 2 stops at Union City, Rives, Humboldt, Jackson, Corinth, Tupelo. The M. & O. Limited Fast Train to St. Louis. The Mobile & Ohio R. R. Limited leaves Union City at 10.39 a. m. daily and arrives St. Louis 5.04 p. m. Coaches, sleeper, diner and ob servation cars. Fast Train to New Orleans. The Mobile & Ohio R. R. Limited leaves Union City 5.35 p. m. daily and arrives New Orleans 8.45 a. m next day. Coaches, diner and through observation cars. Fast Train to Mobile. The Mobile & Ohio R. R. Limited leaves Union City 5.35 p. m. daily and arrives Mobile 7.45 a. m. next day. .-" ' - " " ' fl. V. TaYtOH. : JltO. M. BCAU, Qmwl Muifltf. ' ' Oral rtnf .' .ST. IX)UU. Illinois Central RAILROAD. BEST OF TRAIN SERVICE, SOUTHBOUND. No. 1, Paducah Junction.,.. 8.00 p.m No. 3, " J' ... 5.37 a.m No. 103, " , 5.15 a.m No. 105, " 3.4fJp.m No. 133, " 6.51 .m Trains No. 105 and 188 tre coommodtioni nd stop at Padnc.h Junction to receive or dn charge paaaengert. NORTHBOUND.- No. 2, Paducah Junction. No. 4, " ' No. 104, " . No. lOrt, " " . No. 134, " " . . 9.45 a.m .412.15 a.m ..12.05 a.m ..12.10 p.m .. 9.10 p.m Traint No. 1S4 and io are accommodations. Tlcketaand particular! a to tpeelflo ratea, limits and train time of your noma ticket ageai C. B. ColliDi, Padnoah Junction. T. W. HARLOW, D. P. A., Loulnylll. A.J.McDOUQALL.D. P. A., New Orleans a. H. HANSON, O, P A,, HO. A. tOOTT, A.O.r.A. Chicago. Memphlt N . C & St. Lk TIME TABLE. BAST BOUND. ' No. 65, ar Union City. .... 1 7.46 a.m. ! No. 3, " " 3.06 p.m. No. 53, " " 11.15 D.m i WEST BOUND. No. 52, ar Union City. . . ... 8.44 a.m. JNO. , " " - f 12.48 p.mi No. 54, " ...... t.62p.m. Look! Best Patent Flour at $4.25, at mill. Strictly guaranteed or money re funded. Dahnke-Waiker aMiliing Co. li ilBeccaiie nvevde only iiromSbiolviieJy pune i creojrvTand f uixuse. years ui J experieivce hajS! II Memphis. Tenn. erly care for. a cheap scale.