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Don't Lot Your Hogs Die
with Cholera. The season is here now when this terrible disease makes wild ravages through the country destroying thousands of dollars worth of Hogs. Dr. Hess Stock Food will keep them in a healthy condition, increase their weight, and enable them to safely combat dis ease. Get a 25c package and give it a trial. We are sole agents. Hess' Poultry Panacea makes hens lay. Price, 25c. Red Cross Drug Store WATSON & KIMZEY, Proprietors. "First Aid to the Sick." Phone 1 00. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Lowney's cancnes at Dahnke's. Geo. P. Hurt, of Martin, was in the city Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Craver are at home from Clinton, Ky. John J. Cherry was down from Nashville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schmidt visit ed Cairo Suunday. W. B. Stovall, Esq., of Rives, was in town Monday. Mrs. Currey returned Tuesday to her home in Cairo, 111. Mrs. J. E. Finch returned Sunday from a visit to Kenton. Miss Parks returned to her home in Paducah Tuesday morning'. Miss Wallace Smith, of Obion, is visiting Miss Allie May Little. Fancy Vest display will be the next attraction at The Model. Mrs. Oscar White is in Louisville for eye treatment by a noted oculist. Mrs. Andrew L. Hurt returned !.!!!!.".' !! !! !.'!!'.!!! last Sunday from a visit to Kenton. () Virgil Sherrill, the Paducah lum ber dealer, was in tne city Monday. P. .. ' M (1 Have You Tried Sunshine Flour? Ask your g'rocer for it. " NONE BETTER Dahnke-Walker illing Co. Booth Lowery is t b e greatest . humorist I have ever heard. A. vV. () Ask us for prices when selling your grain. stovaii, Ex-senator. Booth Lowery is every inch a king a mnnrr mpn in hnHv minH and fin ill - 'irr'r' at 'r-r3 srs ' ss' ' s" sr' ' s?-s? I & . j , - W .W.l&.&.KzJ.W.W.y&.y& .&f.W ,&.t&.i.W.8).&.i2)S8)S2.&). -Jackson Daily Whig Walter Phebus, now of Wickhffe, 0!'"!!!!.'!'"''' O Kv- waa in the cit7 yesterday vis .. Mrs. Harry Threlkeld attended services bunaay irom vvooaiana. Attorney D. H. Burnett, of Tip- tonville, was in the city this week. Miss Ethie Williams, of Hick man, visited Mrs. Craddock Mon day. Miss Maggie Wise is engaged in photographic work at the Wallace studio. If vou want a piece of cut glass go to the Nailiing-Keiser Hardware Company, successors to H. uietzel. Mrs. Chambers has been very ill the past week at her home on Main street. Mr. M. Buchanan and daughter, Miss May, of Polk, were in the city Friday shopping. Mrs. Dickson continues very ill this week. She has been very sick for several weeks. Dr. J. P. McMichael will be in St Louis until Saturday, when he re turns to his office. The friends of Mrs. C. J. Watson will be pleased to know that she is able to sit up this week after a se vere illness of several days. Evangelist Smoot, the singer, ar rived from Illinois this week and is now engaged with the pastors in the conduct of the union meeting. Mr. J. J. LSean, 01 ivvncnDure, is in the city the guest of bis sister, jjjr lH CtfUMtf AM"2 Makes more heat than any Coal Mined ' in the South. You buy Coal by weight, you burn Coal by measure. A ton of ordinary Coal measures 2 5 bushels. A ton of BON AIR Coal measures 26 14. The facts and fisnires Mrs. J. w. Garner, and incident- prove conclusively that tJUiN AlK is liest ana Lneapest. ally to look after political matters. piac yoUf ordef gummer Rate whicU wiU watch The Model snow windows certainly save ou money. Sold only by next week for the finest display of J J J Mrs. Newton White, of Pulaski, nicTnmiTTnw nv rnuvrmr are in Union Citv. the euests oirVe also carry a large supply of cheaper Coal and Seasoned Wood. Mrs. W. H. Gardner oa Fifth street. Rev. J. J. Castleberry has returned from Louisvjlle, after a very success ful series of evangelical services in that city, in which he was actively engaged. Hardy Bros. & Haguewood Co. will give away, Dec. 24, the hand somest doll ever brought to Union City. They tell all about it in their ad this week. Mrs. Jno. W. Bransford was called to see her grandmother, Mrs. Bon- durant, in Kentucky this week. Mrs. Bondurant was very sick with pneumonia. Geo. VV. Robinson and W. Edgar Hudgins paid a visit to St. Louis this week. While in that city they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs, C. G. Tomerlin. m mm a m 4 mttm wm m m A LI Vt ANU LI I LIVt SYS ! till Beginning October 15 our store will be open from 6 o'clock a. m. to 7 o'clock p. m. Wagons will run from 6:H0 o'clock a. m. to 6 o'clock p. m, (Saturdays from 6:30 a. m. to 8 p. ni.) Two wagons quick deliveries. Two phones quick service. Early orders bring early deliveries. We mahe Prices on CASH basis Therefore we must make our terms weekly and monthly. Prompt settle ments make long friends. Give us your trade and we will guarantee satlsfao tlon. Persons Indebted to us on old accounts will be expected to make their settlements by November 1st. W. L. WHITE & BROTHER Phones 66 and 462. Fancy Vest display at The Model will be seen in the windows to-morrow and next week. You are invited to look at the new est things in parlor furniture, deco rated centre tables and iron beds at Union City Hardware and Furni ture Company. Ex Gov. Robt. L. Taylor says of Booth Lowrey: "Those who hear him go away with aching Bides and tear-stained faces." At City High School, Monday night, Nov. 26. Mrs. Josh Adams is able which is pleasant tidings many friends. Her eyes are not yet recovered, but Dr. Nailling thinks they will be all right soon. Gospel services at the Presby terian Church, north First street, oa next Sabbath, the 25th, at 11 a. m. Subject, "Christ's Ascen sion." The public is cordially in vited to attend. to be up, r s to her t W. E. Walters IS THE MAN TELEPHONE HIM FOR Staple and Fancy GROCERIES AND PURE FRESH MILK A Share of Your Patronage will be Appreciated--Prompt Service. W. E. WALTERS $ Telephone 421. ::: Free Delivery 8 G O b b b o b o 0 o b b o o b b b b b b o Curtice Brothers CANNED GOODS iting home and friends. Mrs. W. P. Pearson and son, Ira of Martin, were in the city yester day visiting and shopping. Dr. Nailling left a handsome lit tie boy with Mrs. Maud Curlin Thursday evening, the 15th. Our wagon passes your door every day: or phone 109 for oread, cakes V7a liotro fTio ovr1neiir cola rf tVtic 1!tia anil tnm -Ifrnita nnr? PVPfvthirnr crnnA to Pat uctvw ii-a v.4iv4iajavw isaiv vi iiuv. u uun I - - j - is c . ..... r . . ?iJ I 11 now nave a complete assortment m stocic. 1 ney're Mrs. D. H. Little, who has been ivastern grown and Eastern packed, and we guar- JSaj very sick for several weeks, was re antee this line to be superior to anything ever ported considerably better .yester handled in this city. They come to us direct from fej day. - vv. tr. bkmner, ot the nrm o Williams & bkinner, grocers, was 1 10 the canning plant at Rochester, New York. lin-Hee Coffee Is another one of our brag lines, and it is giving perfect satisfaction. We sell it under a strict guarantee, and have never had a lot returned. You will find our store headquarters for all the good things for the table during the Christmas Holidays Two Phones204 and 230 . P. Grissom l Three Delivery Wagons m in Memphis Tuesday and Wednes day. Mrs. Hilton returned to Union City Sunday evening, after a visit with her sister, Mrs. Smith, near here. Mrs. Alice Grable, of Henry, Tenn., is the guest of Prof, and Mrs, C. M. Mathis in the city this week. C 0!!!!!.'!!!!!!!.'!.'!! O The Legislature Convenes In January. ... ' THE NASHVILLE BANNER Prints the Promptest, Fullest and Most Reliable Reports of the Legislative Pro ceedings :::::::::::: SPECIAL OFFER. Remit one dollar for the Daily Banner four months by mail, and the paper will be sent to ; you free until January 1, 1907. .Subscribe Today Do you want to buy a Gift? Ro chester Ware makes a useful pres ent. Nauhng-Keiser Harflw are Company, successors to H. Dietzel Mr. and Mrs. Fope Herring have returned to town again to, spend the winter. They reside on Fifth street. If Booth Lowrey has a superior, I have never beard him. Capt. S. A. Mynders, State Superintendent of Education. Col. Roy W. Martin and Jno. M. Gardner, of Martin, were in the city this week, returning from a trip to Texas. Capt. Wm. Askins has been suf fering for several days with an ag gravated case of eczema. He has been very sick. Hardy Bros. & Hauewood Co. win eive away, Dec. 24, the hand somest doll ever brought to Union City. They tell all about it in their ad this week. Hardy Bros.& Haguewood Co. will give away, Dec. 24, the handsomest doll ever brought to Union City. They tell all about it in their ad this week. Mrs. Chas. Burchard is reported very much better this week. She began to improve the first of the week, and her many friends in the city are glad to know that her con dition gives assurances of early re covery. There will be services in St. James' Episcopal Church next Sun day, Nov. 25. Rev. R. W. Rhames will be here on Saturday. Holy communion will be celebrated at 10 a. m. There will be no evening service. Dr. Turner has a number of new homes which he will sell at a bar- j grain and on terms to suit the other fellow. Buy you a home and pay lor it oy tne montn. Mrs. J. A. Hefley, who has been suffering with pneumonia for two weeks or more, was reported by her physician, Dr. Blanton, to be some what improved' this week. This is pleasant news to the many friends the family- Mrs. B. S. Richardson and little daughter, Nina, went to Cairo Monday and were joined there Tuesday by the former's sister, Mrs. W. S. McCaslin. and that night they left for Chicago, where Mrs. Richardson lives. DR. WILL A. NAILLING, Physician and Surgeon, Office Nailling's Corner, near Postoffice. Hours: j 9 to 10 a. m. 2 to 3 p. m. Phone 41. ahnke's feaS? if orfo Finest Lunch Parlor UIHG Hot . and .Cold . Drinks FAMOUS CREAM BREAD Caterers for Club and Social Affairs Orders receive prompt attention. Phone 109 DAfiNRE'S CAFE UNION CITY, - Tennessee WEST TENNESSEE MONUMENT CO. GEO. D. WILLIS, Gensrat.1 Manser Get your cook and heating stoves at Union City Hardware and Furni ture Company. The Arkansas Leader says of Booth Lowery: "His charming elo quence, sparkling wit and side splitting humor are indescribable. He holds his audience spell-bound from start to finish, as completely as any man we have ever heard." W. H. Gardner went to Helena Ark., to visit his daughter, Mrs ReeveB. Russell Gardner and party, from St. Louis, will arrive on the Annie Russell and meet Mr. Gard ner at Helena and he will return with them to Hickman on board the launch. Dealers and Man ufacturers of Mar ble and Granite MONUMENTS Cemetery Work Given Careful Attention. Estimates given on plans for Building Stone, Sills, Lintels, Steps, &c. Cemetery Curbing. Prices and VV ork Guaranteed Satisfactory. UNION CITY, "TENN. WMC The Naples (N. Y.) Record says of Booth Lowery: "He combines in full proportions the orator, the poet, the wit and impersonator." Everybody invited to at tend the Demonstrations of Pure Food Products at Williams & Skinner's on Monday, Nov. 26, 1.30 to 9p,m., and Tuesday, Nov. 27, 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. t ""7; Loaded Black Powder Stclls Shoot Strong and Evenly, Are Sure Fire, Will Stand Reloading. They Always Get The Game. For Sale Everywhere.