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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Herman Dietzel attended tlie fair jit Mayfield this week. Miss Essie Fry, of Fulton, is vis iting Mrs. K. H. McClanaham. Miss Marj Skeffington,' of Dyers burg, waa in the city this week. Mrs. Fope Herring has moved back to ber home in the country. Let us make your Sunday cake. Dahnke's Cake. Dr. S. B. Cary, of Cairo, was here last week looking on at the fair. Misa Mary Swiggart attended the State fair at Nashville last week. Rev. J. J. Castleberry preached two sermons at Gleason this week. Mrs. Andrew L. Hurt, of Kenton, was a visitor in the city this week. 49 cents a room up for Wallpaper, at Bell Furniture Co. Phone 530. President W. C. Farris was a visitor at the Mayfield fair this week. W. D. Reeves, of Helena, Ark., waa in the city last week visiting the fair. ' Miss Sallie Mai Hearn, of Dyer, visited relatives here the first of the week; New pictures every day at the Five-Cent Theatorium. Howard Odom has been visiting liomefolks and friends in the city this week. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Edwards at tended the State fair in Nashville last week. China Matting cheap, at Bell Furniture Co. Mrs. Jesse Lynn, of Memphis, was here last week visiting Miss Lillie Nolen. - Harry Lee has returned to Chica go to take a course of instruction in engraving. . You've tried the rest, now try the best Sunshine Flour Rev. E. L. Watson is attending the Baptist Association at Gard ner this week. The Second Tennessee Regiment Band is playing for the fair at May field this week. 1 . Miss Ina Long and Miss Lola Harper have returned from a' visit to Nashville and the State fair Miss Pearl Pope, of Newbern. was in the city last week visiting Mrs. Annie Omen. Mrs. Jeff Pbebus, of Number Seven, was reported very ill last week of typhoid fever. Five cents pays the way to the Theatorium. Continuous shows from 2 to 10 p. in. Miss Bethel Boone, of Trenton, was in the city last week visiting Mr. E. L. Watson. Miss Mamie Bryan, who has been the guest of Mrs, T. F. Stubbs sev eral days, has returned to her home at Humboldt. 49 cents a room up for Wallpaper, at Bell Furniture Co. Phone 530. Mrs. Fannie Goad and mother, ot Sunset. Tex., were here last week visiting Mrs. Goad's brother, H.D.Park. Miss Callie Winston, of Paducah, was a guest of her aunt, Mrs. G. T. Taylor, in this city last week dur ing the fair. Use Dahnke-Walker Milling Co. flour, a home product, and guaran teed. Mrs. Claude Fitzpatrick, of Hele na, Ark., was here last week visit ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gardner. Mrs. E. N. Church and daughter, Mrs. J. A. Moore, Cleburne, Tex., went to Nashville this week to visit Mrs. Pearson. See our wonderful Rug and Drug get values. Bell Furniture Co. ; Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hall, of Cov ington, were In the city last week visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Stitt and Miss Lizzie Stitt. ' , Mr. and Mrs. Moss McClure, of Halls, were here last week attend ing the fair. They were at the home of D. N. McClure. Folding bed and cotton mattress only $13.50, at Bell Furniture Co. See it to-day. Mrs. H. C. Thompson and chil dren, of Dickson, are in the city visiting at the home of Mrs. Thompson's sister, Mrs. R. H. McClanaham. Mrs. Seid Waddell asks us to state that the article's in the Domes tic Arts Department of the fair not yet been called for can be found at S. D. Woosley's store vv !. -. v "V V V V5 ."' 1Hr VV S u V ".- Us- So. -- " 5 '. -S, Sis .rtf.' V " -P f1 ty .' "V ' Vj J Sr -- !. Sf-S ?v o 0 o G 0 o 0 0 -. , . t,? O 0 M .,. M o o o 0 0 0 o o 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 We sell the Cadet Stocking with linen knees, hce!s and toes nothing better made. 0 v 1 1 I it! American Beauty Corsets nothing better made. Perfect in shape and fit. i? 1 T rr oociis. 1UTERE IS the broadest possible collection f novelty and staple dress goods in -- the city. Nothing within the limits of good taste is missing from our fall collection, and much that is shown is exclusive in weave and pattern with us. The facts will appeal forceably to dressmakers and costumers. All the new styles in worsteds are here. London Tailor Stripes, strictly in the most correct color com binations; medium weights; comes in black and brown, blue and green, wine and black, black and bronze, and congo brown ; also in Pekin stripes and Tartan checks. Wash Dress Goods Quite a selection, in both plain and fancy plads. Plad Silk for waists. Cloak Department One of the most complete and up-to-date lines in this stock everything new loose fitting or semi fitted backs. Lace Department Forty-five inch Fancy Lace Nets, figured and dotted; many new, French effects, suitable for WAISTS OR ENTIRE COSTUMES Full Line of Silk Petticoats- Our Millinery Department CERTAINLY no'past season has been so productive of hat models, which in their richness) and adorning beauty of design and extreme splendor of color and contrast; they seem to have struck the highest note of refined elegance. The best and cheapest found here. Miss Leila Burgess, of Gage, Bros. & Co., Chica go, has charge of this Department. Mrs. Ollie Miller, in charge of our Tailoring Department, well known to all, has just returned from the East, and would be pleased to meet her friends. 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Houston, of Baldwyn, Miss., ar rived in the city Tuesday and are guests of Mrs. R. K. Mctvinney and T. F. Stubbs. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Johnson, of Paducah, were here Sunday, Mrs. Johnson remaining to spend a week with her sister, Mrs. Geo. Carter, at Pleasant Valley. When you come to the fair don't miss the Five-Cent Show. f - Mrs. A. F. Dantzler, of Moss Point, Miss., was here last week as a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Seid Waddell, having returned from a stay at Hot Springs, N. C. Mr, and Mrs. J. R. Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. W. vV. Heathcock, returned to Jackson Sunday after noon, alter spending the week in the city with frienda and relatives. Japanese Matting cheap, at Bell Furniture Co. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Haslett, of Clinton, Ky., were here last week visiting the family of B. G. Glover in the vicinity of Number Ten. Mrs. Haslett remained to visit the fair. . D. H. Little was the lucky win ner of the $20 suit of clothes offered by S. E. Bratton to the Confederate Veterau who had seen the greatest number of days service in the Civil War, Mr. Little deserves his prize. The pay-as-you-go place Dahuke'e. Caut Jackson, who has been en gaged in the I. C. train dispatchers service at Tipton, has been trans ferred to Covington. Mr. Jackson has been honored with several pro motions since he left Crockett, and is now intrusted with a very im portant assignment. See our wonderful Rug and Drug get values. Bell Furniture Co. Governor Patterson left here Sunday night. The physician says that he has sustained a very severe sprain, and for that reason he was not able to attend the River and Harbors convention at St. Louis. It will be 6ome time before he will be entirely over the results of the accident. FnMinpr bed and cotton mattress only $13 50, at Bell Furniture Co. See it to-day. H. O. Head, Jr., of Sherman, Tex., was in the city last Sunday. Mr. Head is now engaged on the road as a commercial tourist and this is the first visit to his Union City friends in many moons. There are'few better men than Henry Head, and there are lots of people here who remember him very kind- All orders given to our bread wagon on Saturdays for Sunday wili be appreciated. Dahnke. 111 I ! I III I W, H. Harris, whose headquar ters are in Oklahoma City, Okla., was here mingling with his old time triends and attending the fair. Mr. Harris represents a New Or leans wholesale house, handling high-grade teas, spices, extracts, etc., and reports that his trade is very fine in the West. He has built up a good tiade and is now thor oughly identified with his business. "I suffered habitually from consti pation. Doan's Ilcfrulets relieved and strengthened the bowels, m that they have been rHTIar ever since." A. h. Jtav Is, grocer, fculhur Spring, Tex. Ouite a number cf people from Hickman visited the fair last week. Among the number were Mrs. Jas. Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Parker, Mr, and Mrs. T. T. Swayne, Dr., Baltzer, Arch Caruthets, Dr. David son. A coach full of visitors from Hickman came , over on Thursday morning's train. Arch Caruthers was here Sunday with his touring car and a party of friends. Indian made' clothes hampers $1.50 up, at Bell Furniture Co. A Chilly Enterprise. Union City is to have another ice factory, so the story goes,- with Il linois capital, to be located on the site where G. T. Taylor & Co. op erated a mill, west of the Decoy Duck Factory. Mill Finished. The Danhke-Walker Co. corn mill has beeD completed and the keys were turned over to the company yesterday. The machinery has been started, and with a bumper corn crop there will be great doings. The mill has 2,5000 barrels a day capacity and it will be one of our chief industries. Japanese Matting cheap, at Bell Furniture Co. Lost Fine Stone. When the Governor and his es cort reached the fair grounds last Friday to hear the address a couple ol rogues found an opportunity to ply their vocation. One of them managed to get in the way of Mr. Seid Waddell so that the gentle man when moving stepped on the stranger's foot. Mr. Waddell, of course, turned to apologize, and while he was doing this the stran ger's pal deftly separated Mr. Wad dell and his $400 diamond shirt stud. The two escaped and left town without a trace before the of ficers could get a start in pursuit. See the Five-Cent Show. Court Adjourns Circuit court, which has been in session in this city during the en tire month of September, adjourned Monday to meet again in special session on the third Monday in No vember. The celebrated Ogilvie- Wilson $50,000 damage suit will be called on that date. This case has attracted a great deal of comment over the county, owing to the prominence of the parties concern ed, W. M. Wilson being one ot the wealthiest men in the county. 'Squire Ogilvie claims that Wil son made some remarks about his appropriating the county's money while on a bridge commission to build a number of bridges in the lower part of the county. Nothing delivered on Sunday af ter 11 a. m. Dahxke. State Convention. The annual convention of the Christian Churches of Tennessee will meet this year with the Vine Street Christian Church of Nash ville, cojvening on the 7th and clos ing on the 9th of October. f Prominent speakers from other States will deliver addresses. J. A. Lord, of Cincinnati, Ohio, and Prof. H. L. Calhoun, of Lexington, Ky., are on the program for ad dresses as well as a number of oth er prominent State workers. Get the pay cash habit, it's best. Dahnke's Cafe. Bought Farm. I, W. Stone has purchsead the G. T. Taylor farm at Pleasant Val ley, paying $9,000 ror 93 acres. It is a fine piece of land, close to the city and will make a desirable home. . Mr. Stone intends to discontinue his business in this city and will build a residence at Pleasant Val ley at once and move his family there. VALUABLE INFORMATION. Something Every Person in Union City Should Know. , Nearly three hundred years have passed since the medicinal, curative elements known to exist in the cod's liver were first discovered and recog niz3d by physicians as a specific In the treatment of pulmonary and wast- lDtr diseases, and as a body-builder and strength creator; but how to ex tract those medicinal elements from the oil in which they were enveloped, has been the study of some of (the most expert chemists In the world. Now, the process discovered by two eminent French chemists, Morgues and Gautler, should Interest every person in Union City. By an extrac tive concentrating process they dls covered a way to separate the tonic, body building aDd curative elements contained In fresh cod's livers from their useless oil. By this process Ninol Is made. ' Because Vinol contains no oil, but embodies all the medicinal value cf cod liver oil. with tonic Iron added, it Is fast superseding old-fashioned cod liver oil and emulsions. As a body builder and strength creator for old people, weak women, delicate chil dren, after sickness, and for all pul monary troubles, nothing has been known to excel Vinol. We ask Union City people to try Vinol on our offer to return their money if it does uot give satisfaction. The Red Cross Drug Store. Watson & Kluizey, Props. Use Sunshine Flour. None better. Lost Purse. Mrs. M. S. Clarke, of Mexico, was here last week as the gt:cst cf Mrs. Joie Craddock. While enroute from Gibbs the lady had the mis fortune to lose her purse between Gibbs aad the city, on the west bound passenger train from Nash ville. Purse contained forty odd dollars in cash and ari money order tor $50, payable here. V Twenty minutes entertainment at the Five-Cent Show. Notice. First Regiment Reserves, N. G. S. T., are invited to Covington, Tenn., to the State Convention of Confederate Veterans. Company E. will, as many as can, meet at Union City the 8th day of October, ready to go to Covington. Round trip tickets, $1.71. Lieut. W. B. Stovall. ' Train leaves for Gibbs i o'clock. At a call meeting of War ren McDonald Camp 93f, the fol lowing delegates were appointed to represent the Camp' at Covington, Tenn., at the State Convention of the Coufederrte Veterans on the 9th and 10th of October 1907. Capt. E. N. Moore, Lieut Jno. Sandling, W. J. Bnggs, Alex N. Moore and R. W. Powell. Indian made clothes hampers fl 50 up, at Bell Furniture Co. The Premium Suit. We, the Committee to ascertain the longest service performed by any Confederate soldier now living in the County of Obion, have care fully examined the records sub mitted to us of those entering the contest for the premium of a $20.00 suit of clothes offered byS. R. Bratton, have awarded the premium to D. IL Little, of Union City, Tenn., who entered the service from Mississippi, March 1. 1861, and served until Aug. 5, 1865. W. P. Davis, J. W. Thomas, W. 11. Latimer, W. A. Forester :- ; A. Kv McC0X2fEt.v China Matting cheap, at Bell Furniture Co. American Socity of Equity. The local society of American Equity will meet at the courthouse in Union city to-morrow (Sat urday ) at 2 o'clock p. m. A large attend ance is urijed as business of im portance will be transacted. J. T. V' a i, I a. Sec A-