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s Mrs. Intelligent housewife DEAR MADAM: We are very anxious to have jtou give our "FAMOUS" HIGH PATENT ILLINOIS FLOUR a trial. It is made from wheat testing 60 to 64 pounds to the bushel, and the quality is as high as Flour can be made. It has not-been bleached to make it white. If your grocer can't supply the "Famous" we can. Use it once and we believe you will continue to. Very respectfully, Telephone 7. Hardy Grain Co. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Wallace's circus next Wednesday. Homer Hale was in Cairo yester ' day. Tom French, of Fulton, was here Tuesday. Miss May Crockett is in St. Louis for a few days. Railroad Park should be extended to Harrison street. J. T. Burnett, of Tiptonville, was in the city Monday. . J. S. Bowlin, of Martin, was in the city Wednesday. H. Forcum, of Obion, was a busi ness visitor Monday. J. P. Verhine has returned from the Eastern markets. Mr, Claud Whitley returned from Bardwell, Ky., Monday. Miss Florence Calhoun has re turned from Memphis. Obion County Fair opens a week from next Wednesday. Henry Tyler, of Hickman, was a business visitor Tuesday. t H. B. Shannon, of Hickman, was here a lew hours Tuesday. John O'Donnell has returned from a two weeks stay at Dawson. R. E. Sellers, of Forrest City, Ark., was in the city Tuesday. Miss Julia White has returned from a visit to friends at Obion. Misses Myrtle Whitley and Bertie Harbison spent Sunday at Bethle hem. . Waddell Jackson and Frank Cox spent a few days at the Lake this week, , Mr. Hoyt Moore went to Martin Sunday to visit home folk and friends. Charlie Kistner has returned to his work as night operator for the M. & O. r J. W. Moore, Roy Clark and H. B. Lyle, of Hickman, spent Wednes day here. Joseph Guest, of Columbus, Ky., was in the city the first of the week visiting friends. Miss Launce O'Donnell left Fri day for Nashville to enter Saint Cecelia Academy. Mrs. Hattie Gibbs and Hattie Blanch left Monday lor Trenton, where they will reside. Hoyt's big Comedy Company ap pears at the Reynolds Sept. 24 a week from next Monday. Mrs. If. C. Stanfield has returned from a visit of several weeks at Memphis and Brownsville. Waddell Jackson, of the Hardy Bros. & Haguewood store, is spend ing a week's vacation at the lake. Miss Willett Johnson, of Fulton, Ky., was over Sunday and Monday visiting her sister, Mrs. C. Schmidt. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tarter, of Ful ton, spent Sunday in the city, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Smith. Capt. and Mrs. W. J. Mathis left yesterday for Moscow to spend a few days with their daughter, Mrs. Carroll. Joe Glover, of Baird, Texas, ar rived Tuesday and is visiting rela tives and friends in the Crystal vicinity. ' Miss Mary Turner has accepted the position as bookkeeper for the new firm Nailling-Keiser Hard ware Co. Mrs. George Payne, of Fulton who was visiting at Corinth, Miss., was killed in a runaway accident Monday. W. W. Lovelace and wife left last night for the East. They will visit the principal cities from St. Louis to Washington. Messrs. Arch Johnson and Nor ton Alstrand and Misses Tallie Bransford and Jess Harrison went to Rives Saturday. Mrs. J. A. McKinney, of Corinth, Miss., is in the city, a guest at the home of her son, Col. R. E. McKin ney on Division street. Miss Nelle Joyner left Tuesday Mavor J. T. Walker made a 6hort business trip to Cairo yesterday. Several good letters from corre spondents mailed Wednesday morning, reached this office at o'clock Thursday just as we go to press A large number of Obion county Confederate Veterans went to Ful ton Wednesday, Having been .in vited by the Camp at that place to join them in an annual reunion They report a good crowd, a splen did dinner, and a day of general en joymeni. Rev. J. H. Thomas will in a few days move his family to Rives, where he has accepted the pastorate of the C. P. Church. This will only re quire a part of his time and he will only have, to give up one of the churches he is now occupying Protemus.' Col. J. T. Chiles, who moved to Obion last week, was in the city Monday. He says he is putting the finishing touches on his new house, cleaning the yard, etc.. and getting things in shape for a good, long month's rest before he goes to work in the store. ' Little William, son of Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Turner, stepped upon a shingle nail Wednesday and sus tained a very painful and danger ous wound. Doctors were called and the foot properly cared for and dressed and the little fellow is a great deal better. Miss Jessie Killough has returned to her home at Trenton after a visit of several days in the city, a guest of her friend, Mrs. Annie Harris. Miss Killough is quite a talented young woman, a splendid musician, and a number of evenings while here entertained neighbors and friends with -excellent musical re-1 citals. Martin Alstrand, who is em ployed in the tailoring department of The Model, Tuesday evening celebrated his 23rd birthday and entertained the proprietors and fel low workmen with a magnificent supper, which consisted of all the seasonable delicacies. The occa sion was very much enjoyed by all Col. Harry T. Robinson was the pmmmmwwmmmmwiiimwmmmmjmHmmmm ??? 1 The Bic Store i 3 for Gleason, where she went to at- orator of the evening. tend a house party given by Miss Susie Carrie Alexander. Polk Church, who has been at Jackson two or three months with the baseball team, was in the city Tuesday and Wednesday. The Second Regiment Band will not give a concert this week, on ac count of the protracted meeting at the First Christian Church. Col. R. P. Whitesell and daugh ter, Miss Jessie, went to Nashville Saturday and Miss Jessie will at tend St. Bernard Seminary. Mr. Whitesell returned Tuesday. Avery Coble has gone to Lebanon to attend school. The position of shipping clerk for the Coble-Walker Grocery Co., held by Mr. Coble, will be filled by Harry McMurry. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mitchell, who live west of town, on the Troy and Hickman road, are entertaining a fine pair of babies at their home, a boy an a girl, born last week. Mrs, A. D. Kellar, who has been very sick for some weeks, is a great deal better and left yesterday for St. Louis to spend some time with her daughter, Mrs. Floyd Moore.1 Walter L. Phebus, who has a po sition as telegraph operator tor the Illinois Central at Curve, came home Saturday on a short leave of ab sence and spent a few days with his family. Miss Ida Head, who has been with the Postal Telegraph Co Albert Martin, who has Seen sex ton of the cemeteries for five years and six months, gives The Com mercial this item of information During this time he has buried at East View 161 bodies, 10 removals. Of this number six were buried in Pottersfield, three children and three male adult non-residents During the same period there have been 77 burials at the City ceme tery. The 5 and 10 cent store has bar gains every day. C. B. A. Building. The protracted meeting at the First Christian Church started last Sunday in a very encouraging man ner. The pastor preached till Evan gelist Yewell arrived Wednesday. To that time there were three ac cessions to the church. Mr. Yewell is preaching each night to audien ces that nil the house and much good is being accomplished. The song service each evening under the leadership of Prof. Hackelman is very attractive and uplifting. The meeting will continue through next week. Services will be held each day at 3 o'clock in the afternoon and 7.45 in the evening. The pub lic generally is cordially invited. 62 to 64 lb. mous ' Flour. wheat makes "Fa- Have you tried it? Hardy Grain Co. . Dyersburg, has resigned to accept a position with the Western Union at Memphis. She will leave for that place the 15th. Mr. R. T. Curhn, who has been in the leading markets of the East' for several weeks, purchasing a large fall stock of the latest and best things for his dry goods store, is expected to return home today. Mrs. Mai Powell left the latter part.of last week for Tupelo, Miss., on a visit to her sister, Mrs. Carl Paesler. They came" through this city a day or two later en route to New York City, Niagara and other points of interest in the East. The 7-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Irwin, who live on Mr. Jerry Cloar, of No. 3, near Clayton, was in the city Tuesday on a business trip. While here he at consummated a deal whereby he be comes the owner of two houses and lots in the northeastern portion of the city, near Esq. John Potter's residence. The places are located on the extreme edge of town, one of them being just outside of the corporation limits and the other inside. The cottages were bought from Mr. Cloyes and Mr. Yates. The one inside will be occupied by Mr. Cloar's son, M. A., and Uncle Jerry and wife will occupy the other. Uncle Jerry says they will tuove their stock of groceries from Clay ton up here, and as soon as a build ing can be erected on a lot adjoin ing his home they expect to estab lish .a suburban grocery. They are among the county's best known citizens and their friends and Fall Styles Dress Goods Long and careful study of the various lines of fered by the most reliable Eastern manufacturers and importers and reliable information from the best sources enables us to offer our customers this . season a style and quality proposition that can not be duplicated outside the large cities. In fact, we are showing the exact styles and patterns that you . will see in the windows of New York, City's larg est stores. Our stock is the largest and best as sorted we have ever shown and is designed to please the most discriminating buyer. Watch for our Fall opening announcement. In the meantime we shall be pleased to supply your early needs. Yours truly. Morgan-Verhine Company The Big Store- Division street, opposite the Bap-I uaintanr . ... nar. , tist Church, died Monday night of COUnty extend a cordial welcome. fever. The little one had been sick about two weeks. The remains were interred at East View Thursday. Your parlor, bed room, dining room furnished at Small cost at Union City Hardware & Furniture Co. 1 Circuit Court. Judge R. E. Maiden arrived Mon day, and this has been a busy week with lawyers and officials. The following cases had been disposed of up to the time The Commercial went to press: civil, CASES. John Seigfreid vs I C R R Co; suit for damages; continued. Miss Tommie Vaughan vs A G West; damage suit; continued. T W Drury vs Josie Drury; di vorce granted. STATE CASES. John Henry Merrell; murder; con tinued. Merrell shot and killed a white man at Rives last year. J W Perry; three cases for sell ing liquor at Harris; cases dis missed, defendant paying costs. . Jack Board; carrying pistol; case dismissed, defendant paying cost. John Swiggart; failure to work public road; case dismissed upon legal technicality; Attorney Gen eral appealed to supreme court, and defendant give bond. . ' Marion Deggs and Jim Cheek; larceny; case dismissed. Two small negro boys, charged with stealing grain sacks from Taylor & Co., and the court was of the opinion that they were too small to send to prison. Homer Tate, Bert Bumpas, Lu ther Taylor, Jack Bright, Bob Hughes and Eph Moore; gaming; case continued. Gene Maynard, Bill Hayes, Duret Pendergrass and Wilbert Pender- grass; gaming; jury verdict of not guilty. I M Hamilton; obstructing pub lic road; verdict of guilty; motion for new trial pending. J W Tylor and Wngbt Hogue; selling liquor; Tyler plead guilty, and was fined $10 and sent to jail for tour months The jury found Hogue guilty and the court fined him $10 and sentenced him to four months in jail. Will Wade, John Tipp, Howard Powers and E N Dickson; selling liquor; jury found Wade guilty; dismissed as to others. Jim White; assault; verdicr of guilty. Eli Partin; carrying pistol; plead guilty and fined $50. . James and George Fields; lar ceny; case dismissed. Sut Jones; violating age of con sent law; case continued. Gusuella Smith; larceny; dis missed. A D Crockett; obstructing public road; verdict of guilty; motion for new trial. ' John Wright; carrying pistol; continued. , Herbert Moore; murder; plead guilty to the charge of murder in the second degree, and punishment nxea at twelve years in the peni tentiary. Moore is a negro boy who killed another negro boy a few weeks ago in this city. James Jimerson; larceny; plead guilty and sentenced to one year in the penitentiary. . Deward Penoergrass; carrying pistol; case continued. John Mitchell; carrying pistol; case continued. John Jimerson; charged with mur der; continued and case set for sec ond Wednesday of next term. ILLINOIS CENTRAL R, R. Annual Stockholders' Meeting at Chicago, October 17. Personal Attention of Individual Holders Desired. FREE TICKET TO THE MEETING SIMPLE CATARRH REMEDY. Take a Hyomei Treatment Four Times a Day and bs Cured. Hyomei has performed almost mlrac ulous cures and is to-day recognized by leading members of the medical pro fession as the only advertised remedy for this disease that can be relied upon to do just what it claims. Until recently your physician would have said the only way to cure ca tarrh would be to have a change of climate, but now with Hyomei you can carry a health-giving climate in your vest pocket and by breathing It a few minutes four times a day cure yourself. The Hyomei treatment Is simple and easy to use. It destroys all ca tarrh germs in the air passages and enriches and purifies the blood with ozone. When using Hyomei the air you breathe will seem like that on the mountains, high above the sea level. A complete Hyomei outfit costs but $J.O0; extra bottles, 60c. If It docs not give you satisfaction, the Red Cross Pharmacy will refund your money. You run no risk whatever In taking this reliable treatment. The sales of "Famous" Flour are increasing daily. Are you using it yet? Hardy Grain Co. Just in from factory, about a car load of new dining chairs, porch rockers, settees, iron beds and dress ersvery low prices, at the Union City Hardware & Furniture Co. Public notloe la hereby given that the regular annual meeting of the Stockholders of the 1 111 noli Central Railroad Company will be held at the Company's ottloe in .Chicago, Illinois, on Wednesday, October 17, 16, at 12 o'clock noon. Te permit personal attendance at said meet ing there will be issued To Each Holder of One or More Shares . of the capital stock of the Illinois Central Rail road Company, as registered on the books of tha Company at the close of business on Mon day, September 24, Woo, who is of full age, A Ticket Enabling Him or Her to Travel free over the Company's lines from the station on the Illinois Central Railroad nearest to his or her registered address to . CHICAGO AND RETURN such ticket to be good for the Journey to Chi cago only daring the Four Days Immediately Preceding and the day of the meetin journey from Chicago on meeting ana uie and for the return y on the day ot tue Four Days Immediately Following when properly coonterslgned and stamped dur ing business hours ON Ott BKFORK SATUR DAY, OCTOBER 20, 1H0A that is to say. be tween 9 00 a. m and A 00 p. m in the office of the Assistant Secretary, Mr. W. i. Brnen, in Chicago Such ticket may be obtained by any holder of stock registered as above, on appllca tion, in writing, to the frettldent of the Com pany In Chicago, but each stockholder must Individually apply mr his or her ticket. Each application mint state the FULL NAM E AND ADDRESS of the Stockholder exactly as given in his or her Certificate of Stock, to- f ether ITH TH K !IUMHER AND DATK OF CUH CKKTIFlUATK. No more than one ner. son will be carried free in respect to any one holding ot stock as reKlstered ,u the books of the Company. a. 4. HAUHHTArF, secretary. ijjarn Moro I Don't envy the high salaried one. Take 4 our course In actual buninaM and benmue 4 Ottd to mm blgouioey yourwlf. Oiurcata- S logoe is tiee It telle Uie truth. X USiKFlS f MEMPHIS X ai all fli li afc a- saaIi.i.j.4 it a. TTtTTT ttttvttttttttttttt Tw I Vtj CRIP-n r i" Dae net make yen atck a r J (herwlee Inconvenience y V , ) care Mm War at Celt) if QUICK! Ko Opiate, no Narcotics. in about e hoars. Cure nnm if III.lf'"l I . work in hours, and will the eold-enra that 1t tii work in hours, and will pet suit f o sick. Try it, i'