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SOUHTSIDE. HI New Clothing; and Shoe Store ? v : .... - t (fffH ' scmoss IBOS. ; rise Clihcs Nitm lflarci New rl PICTURE YOURSELF IN ONE of these smart, modish Spring Duits i j.ne otyie is mere you can see it; the smooth, graceful Miss Mary Ella Harris ia the guest - of friends at Woodland. Mr. D. D. Kirk made a business trip to the Lake Saturday. W. S. Jackson made a business trip to Paducab last week. Mr. J. M. Cole spent Monday and Monday nigbt in the country. Mr. Ed Mills, of Glass, spent Mon day nigbt with J. W. McCorkle. Mr. Sam Coben has returned from a visit to his family at Paducah. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Phillips, of Fulton, were our guests Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wright are the guests of relatives at Walnut Log. Mr. Tom Fasterwood, of Troy, spent last Thursday night at our tent. Mrs. Ann Clark, of Dyersburg, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Mays. Miss Etta B. Cloar, of Clayton, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. W. Cloar. V Esq. Thea. Ferrell, of Number Ten, spent Saturday afternoon in the city. Prof. Morris and son, of Glass, spent Thursday nigbt with Mr. J. W. Cloar. , Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McCorkle's KOHEiN-VERHIXE COMPANY LIVELY STORE NEWS FROM A LIVE STORE. THE BIG STORE R,ESOLVfTD A PRtTTY RlBBOJV WILL DECORATE ANY DRESS OR ANY THibfC. WE DONT PAY THE JMALL THNCS- fW JA WOULD A MAN LOOK WlTH-l: r: SfCtC 0UTANCKTiE?5EU0U(;i V IA HAIR RIBBON or. Jrd5fcO IMPROVE 5 AQKL'S LOOKS BUSTf K BROUW fifcv ANY THING. WE DONT PAY M I ml m V l hW3t m h A r-V "T TtZZ. 1 CowrignT..M. Wl NOTHING COULD SHOW BETTER the unequalcd popularity and precedence of The Big Store in this section than the ' splendid increase made in its sales this season. Notwithstanding the unusual and wholly unfavorable weather that has preyailed, the volume of business done by it has been larger than ever before during a spring season, and the number of shoppers .to be seen in its vartous departments has been noticeable to such an extent as to cause general comment. BEHIND EVERY FACT THERE IS A REASON, and in this case it is net hard to figure it out. It is here that people in all stations, rich and poor, finds the goods they want, conservative prices and uniformly business like and courteous treatment. By reason of what you have helped to make it the really big storeit is in position to offer its customers advantages such as can not be had elsewhere in this section. A Most Notable Showing of New Silks Special Values. - Mr. Anderson McCorkle, of New- We are offering: a magnificent assortment bern. snent SSundav nicht with J.lnf th wnti' imri;c.t R;ito ; fiJ1 Si.V-nowE n w- McCorkle: ' J8had" that a" A Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Forrester, of that is in many respects unique and unusual Bethlehem, werefcfn Southside Sun-1 anpwhere but in the large city stores. It af- day afternoon. fords a wide range for selection of patterns Mr! and Mrs. Ben Bransford were suitable for all purposes. Black checks, pin the guests of relatives at Pleasant checks and Pekin stripes; Japanese or wash . Valley Sunday. , I silks in plain colors; natural Pongee in plain, Mrs. Clvde His. of Martin, was "Jct" dUU i specialty 10 see me a guest at the tent for a few hours itema naffled beIow and 7" wil1 be &,aJ Jou Sunday afternoon. The Lowest Price Store in the City Mr- w-lw- Hutchison, of Glass, White Habuti iq, 27 and 36 inches was in aoumsiae ior a lew nourB Sunday afternoon. , Clothing, ShOeS, HatS and Furnishings. Mrs. Sallie Boyers and daughter. Miss May,willtgo to Obion in a few Fit is there you con see that, too; children are quite sick with whoop- ana me quality is there for it ine coueh. oears me iamoua scmoss iaoei. 'HESE AKE THE NEW Spring styles now all the rage in New York. They're the ewellest things you'll see thia year. All grades and prices $12.50 to $25.00 (jome and see them and our other new things for men. wide at 25c, 40c and . . 50c Japanese or Wash Silks 27 inches wide at 50c LOOK at THESE PRICES: daJ9 10 visit "latives. MarkForrester and Miss Lewis 5c 5c 15c $1.00 If you know what you want, you may be reasonably sure of finding it here. If you have not quite made up your mind as to what you want, we believe we can help you arrive at a satisfactory conclusion. Men Heavy 10c Sox at JBoyn' Wc Siwpenders at , Men's 2Sc Suspendeni at 100 pnir Women f 1.50 Oxford for, a pair 1 lot of Women's $i.Stl Oxfords, new styles, not nn old pnir in the store; choice of Ct OC the lot i...v,I,y' Men 8ood value $2.50 shoes $2.00 spent Saturday night and Sunday then I thought oi Cyclone, and be so Boy' $4.no,miits,.newsprinir 4ii with Mr. D. D. Kirk and family. fore we had hardly finished here yle. reduced to , . 1 tot Men's $12.50 Suits retiuced to .-...I... attended Sunday school at the Acad emy Sunday afternoon. Mr. Robt. Templeton, of Fulton, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lalhoun last Monday. all we thought we could, when the Mr. Zack Wilson, ot Walnut Log, good wife brought in a change, and Interesting Low Shoe News Ties and Pumps for Summer Our shoe department is for people who are looking for the best, all they can get for their money, and will take a little trouble to come to the right place. We do notf claim to be "the whole show," but if you are looking for the snappiest and most comfortable, as well as the most durable and modestly priced shoes, you need go no further. In low shoes we are showing some especially pretty styles in white and tan, for Summer wear. Ladies White Canvas Oxfords - Ribbon Tie Bluchers, all widths $1.50 Ladies' Tan Oxfords Ribbon Tie Bluchers, B, C and D widths $2 50 Ladies' Vici Kid Oxfords Patent Tips, Ribbon Ties, Turns and , Welts $1.50 Ladies' Ties and Pomps All styles, patent and plain leathers. .52. 00 Ladies' Extra Fine Ties and Pumps All leathers and styles $3.50 Importers Line of Linens Greatly Underpriced Very Special Several months ago we bought an import ers line of linens and offer same much under the prices prevailing to-day. This announce ment should be ot unusual interest, as linen will be one of the leading fabrics for Sum mer wear. We could suggest nothing more stylish, serviceable or economical lor dresses and skirts. These goods are shown in white and popular colors. Handkerchief Linen-t6 inches wide, Speciallp priced at . . . 25c Butchers Linen 6 inches wide, Specially priced at . . . I2ic Shamrock linenSheerest kind, 36 in. wide, at $1.00 and . . . 50c You don't have to buy our goods because you look at them, and you don't have to keep them because you buy, but if you look at them you will want to buy, and if you buy you will not want to return them. $8.50 pur SHOE Department Every pair NKW not an old lm in the store. Mir r . - . .. v 3 ffH Mrs. Mary Avers, of Kankakee, comes another course, and then and 111., has come to make her home with there I wished for poor Cyclone, and her daughter, Mrs. W. E. Webster. I as my wishes were all in vain I tried Mr. E. E. Bryan, representative to teg eff, but they kept saying, of the Brindley" Hardware Co., of "Now you all eat!" and I am here Louisville, spent several days last to tell you we all eat a plenty. We week with W. S. Jackson. certainly enjoyed looking at the t . t i i.r- many dinerent relics. Mrs. Cloar be nraver meeting at Pleasant Val- 8erved coffec ln a setof hand-paint ley Church every Sunday afternoon cd china CUP8 and sauc9r8 over 7 at 3 o'clock. Everybody is cordially Jcar8 ma- flcy wcrc in" iuvited to attend. Mrs. Jim Koberts ctaperoned a crowd of young ladies and gentle men out to Herring's Pond to a pic nic Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mr. Grooms, of Jackson. Those who attended the Forres- These natty Oxfords will put the finishing touch on your Spring outfit Most Oxfords slip at the heel Crawfords will not gap or slip. There's a reason why; they are made on special lasts. An addi tional feature is our "slip proof" lining, which is used in all Crawford Oxford. This style, made on our"Skidoo" last, is proving a winner. deed. And there was her father's (Mr. Charlie McAlister) . bookcase that will measure twelve feet in height. It is made of cherry and hand made, and is over eighty years old. Mr. McAlister was a noted lawyer, and it has been said that nobodv owned a finer library than ter-Jackson marriage Sunday from he Mrs cloar ha8 that lar&e book Southside were 'Misses Florence, case in her dininjr room and ase8 ,t CUSTOM Nra aDd PaPline Jack80P' Messrs. for her sideboard. the upper part LOOK uraDam AIJen ucc "arris iMr- serving as a china closet, as it has ana Mrs. vv. m. Mays. , large gla88 door8( and ril admit Well, who did I see last Friday that it is a grand piece ot furniture, while I was in Northside? None but Uncle Jerry was in high spirits, the bright, smiling face of Topsy. looking forward to his trip to Rich She informed me that she was going mond, provided bis bou Martin re to McKenrie soon to be gone two covers from his illness, and we tr,ust weeks. Perhaps when she returns he will soon be 'restored to perfect she will have a lot to tell the cousins health and that Uncle Jerry will get through The Commercial. . to take his trip and have a royal good Miss Lizzie Bramham was the time and a safe return. Gipsy. guest ot Miss Nora Jackson Tues day night as she was returning to her home at Woodland from Hous ton, Miss., where she has been teaching tor several months. Miss DON'T PUT IT OFF LONGER. Get Bid of That Indigestion at Once by Using Mi-o-na. Manv nersons in Union Cltv are Pauline Jackson accompanied her slowly poisoning themselves by chron lc indigestion. Their neglect to cure sluggishness of the important orgaos Made by CKA3US k EATOX COKPWT, toft Mass. For, . 17. G. Glagelt Go. home to spend a few days Last Friday morning, in company with Mrs. J. M. Cole, Mrs. J. W. Cloar, Mrs. Guy Lee and Misses Etta B. Cloar, of Clayton, and In line Wilkeron. of Troy, acd the little Gipsy we drove out tp-the beautiful suburban home of Mr. and Mrs.Jerry Cloar, where we spent a pleasant day,5 the morning being spent in pleasant conversa tion. At noon dinner was an nounced, and as we entered I imag ined I coulti hear the long table groanas it was so heavily loaded with everything that was good to eat. After we were seated and Uncle Jerry had offered thanks, we all "butted in" (as we never fail to carry our bntt-inlicense) and ate of digestion fills the system with fer menting arid decaying food that re iiH.s in sick headache, heartburn, bad taste in the mouth, and many other symptoms. Mi-o-na stomach tablets are for the special relief of such sufferers. They quickly cure the worst cases of Indi gestion and when used a few Cays the pain and distress often felt after meals will disappear. Mi-o-na stomach tablets cost but 50 cents a box and do more good than a dozen boxes of the ordinary digestive tablets. They give an absolute, un qualified guarantee to refund the money If Ml-o-na falls to cure. Use Dahnke-Walker Milling Co. flour, a home product, and guaranteed. The Commercial Club. A meeting of the Commercial Club was held Friday night with a num ber of -citizens present for the pur pose of reviving an interest in local enterprise. The leading subject was the promotion of our schools and crystallizing the sentiment in favor of building or buying a dor mitory for the Union City Training School. A committee consisting of the all-round hustlers and leading citizens, J. C. Burdick, J. P. Ver hine and D. P. Caldwell, was ap pointed to meet with the directors of the Training School looking to the feasibility of securing dormi tory building and grounds. The Secretary, W. L. Alexander, read communications from Mr. Chase, Land and Industrial Agent of the Southern Ry., offering1 to assist us in locating some manu factures in Union City. He sub mitted a proposition from a vehicle factory and one from a corset fac tory, and was instructed to corre spond with both offering land and liberal concessions. W. G. Reynolds. Chas. Burchard, I. W. Stone, W. L. White and W. M. Nailling were named to consti tute a committee for the purpose of getting up a union picnic. A special meeting of the club was held again on last Tuesday night, but for the fact that it was not gen erally known only a few were pres ent. The committee looking to the dormitory enterprise for the Union City Training School, reported that several of the directors of the school were out of town, but that encour agement was received jrtm Mr. Waddell in the assurance that the directors would be pleased to meet the business committee and confer with them ufOn this subject in the end that something might be ac complished. The committee was continued. The committee on union picnic was also continued with turther instructions. Another important committee was appointed to look into the equity of light and water rates which have been fixed by the city for manufac turing enterprises. It ia thought that mills and factories in Union City are paying a rate in excess ot business nouses and residences and that the same should be equalized It is also thought that the rate is causing some of these enterprises to speculate upon putting in inde pendent water and light plants. In lieu of this S. M. Stone and W. G. Reynolds were appointed a com mittee to appear before the Board of Mayor and Aldermen to discuss the subject. Any skin Itching is a temper-tester. The more you scratch, the worse it Itches. Doan's Ointment cures plies, eczema any rkln itching. , At all drug stores. Get the pay cash habit, it's best Dahxke's Cafe. with typhoid fever. Miss Lula Lee was in the city a portion of last week. Children's day, the fourth Sunday, was a grand success. Mr. Newt Williams and wife have returned home from a ten week's visit in Middle Tennessee. J. S. Shaw's son was badly hurt last Saturday eveuing while plow ing. . The plow struck him in the left side. Com. Let us make your Sunday cake. Dahnke's Cafe. Lots Store. of New Goods at 5 and 10c 25c jardinieres for 10c at 5 and 10c Store. Married At Hickman. Mr. Sude Neifeh, one. of Hick man's leading merchants, and Miss Addie Pearl King, niece of Mrs B. F. Beckham of this city, were united in marriage at the home of the bride in Hickman at 9 o'clock last Monday. The bride was dressed in a beau tiful suit of gray silk voile over pink taffeta and carried a large bouquet of American beauty roses. She was a frequent visitor in this city and popularly noted for her charming personality and accom plishments. The groom is a gentlemen who has won his way to business and social prominence in Hickman and is a most worthy gentleman. ' Refreshments were served to the wedding guests in the elaborately decorated nome. The presents were numerous and expensive. The couple left after the cere' mony for Jamestown-, Washington and New York City and will be at borne at the Laclede Hotel in Hick man Jun 15. The pay-as-you-go place Dahnke's. ' ' A speclflc for pain Dr. Thomas Electric Oil. trong?t, cheare?t lin iment ever devised. A household remedy In America for 25 years. Go to Edwards and Brown to get wagons and buggies repaired. , COBB'S CHAPEL NEWS. Wedding bells are ringing around here. Chas. Tucker is the proud father of a bouncing boy. Esq. Jno. C. Lee is quite ill with Yes, and "you bet it's good" Most boys from fhe country who make their mark in the world are brought up on Arbuckles ARIOSA Coffee. Don't let anybody switch you to drinking something the, which ! may ruin your ! stomach and , nerves ! Csmc4h with B , Utiuimwatt el the NttMtxl Pm Fw4 Ltw, CtiamMM No. J