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REYHOLDS ONE SOLIO WEEK - STARTING FJfUJnAY iiiwnun I ) Matinee Saturday, THE f AMOUS Jewell Kelley Stock Co. Headed by the - young .! Southern romantic actor Jewell . Kelley. It isgi A - it . k. A jfr N WHAT IS WANTED. laying to his many friends I and 'the public generally to know aa.i w, c karris nas again been ejected'' as President of tbe West Tennessee Pair Association and t'ual bis associates, J. W. Woosley as secretary and H . Dietzel as treasurer, have also been indorsed for anbttfer year to conduct the fair. Thes'e gentlemen have worked hard to make a '.success of the fair, and the result "is that-they have suc ceeded splendidly against such odds as a flood which closed the gates completely on the, nieetiijg in 1906. This incurred a heavy loss, but the association is now, practically out Of , debt with a number of new im proyements to their credit. '. : .. ' There are, however, some features which, should be improved upon and we say so without reflecting ifpon the superintendents. The agricul tural',, poultry and lite stock depart: ments should be given wiore atten tion. A great many people are too apt to conclude1 that racing is the only attraction, worth striving for at a county fair; but we do not be lieve this is true. For instance, it can readily be!seen what a success the woman 8 department has been. Certainly this feature alone has at tracted almost, if. not fully.as much attention as. t kg race? track and yet there were no seats to be had in the .1 1 " 11 ..'. ' ' ' . ' ' m The Greatest Popular Price WTful Bttdls''t 8"6- .i I crpftt That lnc Aarl r.f ptiAM,n. c...t. Company on the Road, ALL NEW PLAYS ALL SPECIAL' SCENERY HANDSOME COSTUMES Monday night, the first time here "Under the Shadow of tho Guillotine" $x Big Specialties Between the Act: gest that, instead of spending such large sums on flying. machines and sideshows that buildings be sup plied for poultry and farm products and that the-live stock and all kin dred departments be given better attention. It may not pay better the first time, but it will undoubt edly be worth more to the associ ation and the county as a perma nent investment. And then we Ladies free Monday night under usual w?uld suggest such a man as W, conditions. Prices i- BaV s J Night, 15, 25 and 35 cents. ( Matinee, 10 and 25 cents. Seats now selling at Wallace Moore's Jeweliy Store. THEREPRIEVE. Official Document Prom Governor Pat terson Fix;ng Date of Hanging. In order to correct a number of ?ed xumors regarding the hanging of . lie, xee Holder which have been set 1 a'ct Aiat for the; jKtf.t h w days, we &fTjrPnl1&e Uni; the last official W her room contained from Governor . Miss Rebec upon th Finch. Rumors ; 'he guest,oivirf"rj than this sent out "-Af'P rhiipti , . Patterson were circu- I night with'a 3,der to et the facts r ""- -.ated upon Mr. Finch .-fan evening-. The l!T r i . a , Jat there was no jhy of these rumors mother, M'C'.', . , jam. only . ' f - qin Gov- ' irai 1 T R. Andrews for the poultry depart ment. No man can visit the show here this week and not be impressed with the work he has done. What a difference between this show and the poultry exhibit at tbe fair, Then we should have a man who can give more time and attention to the agricultural department. With the richest agricultural coun ty in the State our agricultural department should be one of the greatest attractions at tbe fair. As it is that department is almost crowded out. If our suggestions are worth any thing, all right; it not they don't cost anything. V V mm uumv I t. ft o mm -wist Li We have just received a big lot of Spring - Laes vancl Em broideries which we bought at first hands considerably under -regular price. As long as it lasts we shall offer- it $ figures that -cannot fail to interest economical shoppers. 1 other woras, we . win save our cusromers irom to au-roer.-.cra: on their purchases in this line. ' ' . ' "' ' Our Nickle Lace Leader ' ' is designed to outrank anything of the kind ever offered here at the price. It embraces a multiplici ty of dainty designs itf all wanted widths in tor schon and German and French vals. Take a lpok at some of the samples in our show window, then come in and examine them closely, , It will 'pay you. Price j! ? . ". ' i ' 5c yard;1 L Our Nickle Embroidery Leader Is a wonder for real value and isffi fit conpanion to our special lace offering. There s a most splen did variety of beautiful patterns andW it you will find something suitable for almost anVurpose.-As stated above, these-goods were bought pder price, making it possible for-.us to give this u atchable value . '.. . , . . . . .?liRc vard - -" v V,8 3: At Half Price and Less Ladies' Suits, Cloaks and Skirts We are going to close out what we have left, of our ladies' ready-to-wear stock &t once, regardless Jdf the sacrifice incurred, hence the almost unbelievable, reduc- tiyis named below on nigh-class garments. Just think of it- Ladies' Sio.'oo to -$15.00 Suits, now Ladies' 20.00 to 30.00 Suits, now Ladies' 7. 50 to 18.00 Cloaks, now $5.00 10.00 3.75 to to to $ 7.50 20.00 . 9.00 V', ' . New Spring Wash Fabrics. In hundreds of . beautiful patterns are here and now ready for your inspection. Famous Red Seal Ginghams, per yard Genuine Imported Scotch Ginghams, per yard 15c 25c The Big store MeMaEVeAi neCoo The Big Store BIRDS OF RARE PLUMAGE" "f.frt -j"".". - HWtVr "fr Whitley pftjatj T r a v e 1 e rs, h BkU)en the Ban'- . wie f: BIG SALE On next Saturday, Jan. 18, we will make a Special Sale on grani(eware. Five and 10 cent store. ' iys'ino lr'8 part ''. nr IS. '6 7. ex a n ,d t 'P- the Pa dif- jjthose '.be tted. jher en ried her nate r Va bee?Pears iimoifi aerwise be con" M ad cotj to take raphylcbfes0N, ) otytagATE OF . .ham ' V Sde John E. ..Sffenet County-r t tbe'-.otto : Jan: 'laalbr, of Obion h Source ted of mur W, Coniuncld sentenced he DocnA9'1 S - inAS':n0a further T- All 'ntil Jan Joffat a a 5 e in the cinolm R. now a . fesaid, 1 with two p r, and Mf, ' o visit thel j condui! Union City's First Poultry, Stock Show a Wirej Through the effort dent, W. R. Andre sistants many of vicinity and are this week e nity of witne Died at Harris. The death of Mrs Arch Foulks, a very , worthy and highly esteemed lady of that vicinity was announced est, if not tl last Wednesday morning. She of poultry died on Tuesday night, and the re mains were interred at Harris Thursday. tf Negro la Being Tried. A negro named Hutchison is on trial in the Circuit Court charged with killing another negro named week at e shown ou Httudre well bev, mark, riety fa are to if. cf' vaitvsitcri i s own crime and officers should Smith. Both negroes lived at Rives the Mays btfEfiPJlyfn WasQlngton and the killins- occurred ahniit aUnsnno " (''? n . S P shown rg tiidecse-H year ago. The show; opened Wednesday morning, Jati 15, and the doors are open continuously every, day and night to and including'.Saturday night, the 18th inst. f . .Through the indefatigable efforts of Mr. Andrews and these gentle men fowl and pet- stock fanciers ieve m, ea J. . Tells How to Mix It. A well known authority on Rheu matism gives the readers of a large New York daily'paper the follow ing valuable, yet simple and harm less prescription, which anyone can easily prepare at home: Fluid Extract Dandelion, one- with their coops from various well half ounce; Compound Kargon, one known poultry farms in West Ten- ounce; Compound Syrup Sarsapa- nessee ana ssouinwesi.. jentucuy rilla, three ounces. are here, and another mark of their Mix by shaking well in a bottle, enterprise the building has been and take a teaspoonful after p-ach supplied with the latest improved meal and at bedtime. cooos and the exhibit has been svs He states that the ingredients tematically and properly . arranged, can be obtained from any good pre- The awards oipreiBlums dtd&o4 scnption pharmacy at small cost, Lhsgi until yesterday and will not and, being of vegetable extraction? be published until next week, but are harmless to take. - among the varieties to t4 seen at Thi3 pleasant mixture, if . taken the show are some of he finest regularly for a few days, is said to thoroughbred registered stock overcome almost any case of Rheu matism. The pain and swelling, if any, diminishes with each dose, un til permanent results are obtained, and without injuring the stomach. While there are many so-called r",i.Rheumatism remedies, patent medi- ?re- condm;.,DOntm f ,. . t. U j. ell knovgf fa, and the above will no doul w,t?ess. 5eaiIT appreciatea oy many- , irers here at this time. -jjep,iquiry at the drug stores of this --ereK',(iuoiu-Ju culils inc lniorma- ut ba- tnese drugs are harmless ; St. can De oougnt separately, or grown. J There are a dozen coops of fine black Langshans , in different va rieties. The barred Pylmouth Rock exhibit, 'however, predominates, and these include someof the larg est and shapeliest chickens in the show. There are a few choice se lections of Rhode Island RedsaU&j re evrf.re bden Geese, e variety ot I '.U ' , "ie -specimens of Jbits.Cariart birds e snow.- eflects preat (-redit ide and enterprise of ectcrs, of whom a lion's .re is due VV. R. Andrews; Mr. Andrews has been a poultry faniier and breeder for many years and, undoubtedly understands-the business thoroughly. He is also filled with the laudable ambition to see his home county press or wara in tnese matters, as the pres ent successful poultry show demon strates, and should be encouraged and supported in , his efforts by'all good citizens, In the.jjnanagement-oi'the show .Mr;'Andrews i8 s8istea by G. W. ParsonsT;, W We,-. Dfjf. M . McCi nell, ;JJncle X)ik -Hugh es and 13d Hrrison. Upright pianos, csilghtly used at bargain prices. A. N. Dicks on. Non-Besident Notice. Queenie Mitchell ) Chancery Court, vs. j-uoion uoumy,'n- Wlll 'Mitchell. ) nessee. - It aDnearinsr to the Clerk & Master or ttieunancery uounoi uoioncun ty, Tennessee, from the original bill in the above styled cause, tiled in this court on the 14th day of January, 1908, and which is swam to that the defend ant. WMl Mitchell, , is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee, and that hia present whereabouts are unknown, ltis therefore ordered that the said de fendant. Will Mitchell, appear before the said (JierK & Master or tnp Li'ian SJeavy ELKS STATE CONVENTION. ne iiarrea i'lymoutn kocks ate White Wyandottes, an 'attrac tive show alone. And then cSme in order named Buff Orpingtons, White Plymouth Rocks, third ' largest i; number, Buff Plymouth Roc eery Court of said State ton or before the first Mon&'f.H 908, and plead, answef ,1, VJK -jiUU said I bill so filed a3,' c.V ta Mitchell, r 7 be taken ssfIG phkjL avipcai s Jackson Elks ard Merchants Com bine on Mammoth Spring Festival The Elks' State Association and .the Jackson merchants have com bined their interests and arrange ments were perfected in Jackson last week for an elaborate and ex tensive spring festival in conjunc tion with the State Convention of Elks. . President J. H. Joseph and a committee ot Elks and merchants were both present. . , . The dates fixed for the dual event were May 12, 13, 14, during which time the keys of the city will be handed over to the Elks and their friends. On these days all railroads will make a "rate of one fare for the round trip, which will make an ad ditional inducement for visitors to come to . the city and take advan tage of. the tremendous festival of bargains to be offered by the mer chants. The town will be decora ted as it never was decorated be fore. Eiarht to ten bands will fur nish continuous music in daily and nightly concerts during the entire festival. The gigantic parade in which every lodge of Elks in the State will participate in uniform, together with scores and scores of industrial and floral floats, will be a feature worth going hundreds of miles to see. . ' The following is a brief outline of what the three great days will bring forth:, " - .J -. 'first day. Tuesday, May 12. At 10 a. m. gathering of - the Elks in public meeting in the Marlowe Theatre. Afternoon, session, StateAssocia- tion meeting. Night entertainment; of the visiting Elks and friends. Bargain sales open. , j, " ' SECOND DAY. ' . Wednesday, May 13. At 10 a. m. the monstrous parade composed of delegations from every lodge in the in : uniform, eierlt to ten rr... I dedication ceremonies of the Elks Home. This event will be marked by a grand reception and ball and will be one of the biggest features of the convention. THIRD DAY. Thursday.-May 14. Will be giv en over exclusively to outdoor en tertainments ot every character, and a magnificent programme for this day will be prepared.' Climax reached in Merchants' Festival. Evening will bring forth the elec tion of State officers of B.P.O.E. $1,500 PRIZES OFFERED. Cash prizes will be awarded as follows during the three days of the convention. FirBt. To the lodge making the best appearance in'line of parade. Second. To the lodge having the largest number in the" parade. .Third. To the Iodise with the most unique uniform. Fourth. Three prizes for the best industrial floats in the parade. Fifth. Three prizes for the pret tiest floral floats in parade. , Sixth. -Three prizes to the best bands in the parade. Seventh. A prize each to the tallesfElk, the shortest Elk and the fattest Elk in the parade. Eighth. A prize for the best decorated business house on the line of parade. , y Other prizes will be offered as the details of the programme are perfected. Dr. T, D. Edwards, member of Executive Committee No. 679; II. " T. Robinson, District Deputy. Lee's Birthday. The anniversary of Gen. R. E. Lee's birthday will be celebrated at tne opera house in Union City to morrow, under the auspices ot Leon-' idas Po!k Chapter, U.D.C., with an address by Governor Pattersoa and an appropriate xrram. The exercises fctrl- A.-ct,' n -A"is int ni.' j-"- M'an- aeiegau yM State i .ri "VaR" bajids. industrial hvA fl.--. no TfH t . i druggist here will mix the pre- J ver Laced Wyandottes, R t ,f , iption for our readers if asked to. Idottes, White Brahmar i ' ,. .. , . - I r r'' - . , ... Cf - , .