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LOCAL) AND PERSONAL.
, Lowxiq at Dahnl D. w Hot Sprin Clarence in the city t Miss Ell with friend F. J. Smit i&Easter. packages JrSee them. aam has returned from Ark.' ?ck, of Mississippi, is week. riffin spent Sunday McKeozie. , of Troy, was a busi ness visitor fi the city Monday. Harry Mq Tuesday on lurry went to Fulton (. short business trip. Just received new stock feather dusters. Bell Furniture Co. Chas. Kistner, of De Soto, Mo., was in the city Saturday and Sun day. . Miss Elizabeth Wilson, of Hick man, was a visitor in the city Mon day. Thos. R. Shearon, of Dallas.Tex., was a business visitor in the city this week. Buggies you buy of Nailling-Kei' ser Hardware Co. are the standard, Legal Thome, of Rutherford, was in the city Saturday mingling with friends. Miss Cox, of Trenton, was in the city this week visiting Miss Mil dred Lockhart. Mrs. Carrie Clarke, of Cayce, was in the city visiting Mrs. Adam Se mones last week. Shelled Nuts and Salted Peanuts Dahnke's. ChaC. Williams left Sunday for Jophn, Mo., to spend a week or t wo visiting his sister. D. P. Caldwell went to Nashville Saturday and heard the Carmack Patterson speaking. Miss Annie Bondurant, of Fulton, visited her sister, Mrs. Hardy Ligon, in the city this week. The famous Ostermoor Felt Mat tress at Bell Furniture Co. Esq. and Mrs. T. J. Hunt, of Num ber Seven, are spending a few days at Bon Aqua Springs. J. M. Embrey was in Mississippi the first of the week looking after some business matters. Mrs. Mary E. Pace, of Illinois, was here this week visiting her son, A. R. Pace, and Mrs. Pace. Sayers & Scovill buggies are sold at Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. Miss Lizzie Tarns, of Hickman, was in the city last week visiting her sister, Mrs. W. E. Scates. Robt. E. Slack, who has been in the city visiting his father, J. L. Slack, is in Memphis this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kyzerand Mrs. Johnson, of Nashville, are in the city vi,siting Mrs. Arnett Pursley. -'Jf upaperat iseii ur-u. a.f i , r. - i i n n sm mm Mrs. W. R. Jones, of Murphys boroi 111., who is visiting her par ents north of the city, has been quite sick several days, but was yesterday reported as being very much better. The highest-priced produce prob ably which comes to this market is ginseng, an herb of a medicinal character exported from this coun try. For a small lot of this A. E. Caldwell & Co. paid $5 a pound. Buggies you buy at Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. are guaranteed. Dr. M. A. Blanton was elected Vice President of the State Medi cal Association, which convened at Knoxville recently. Dr. Blanton attended the meeting of the asso ciation and the honor was then con ferred upon him. The large sign on the Hardy Grain Co. elevator is one of the most attractive specimens ot sign work we have seen in Union City. The work is on both sides of the tower, but the.large sign is made on the roof of main body of the building, It was done by Mr. Harris, who has been located in Union City for some time. The American Beauty Corset for perfect fit and shape. Variety is the key note of the whole, compiled together with low prices we have both We sell The Ladies Home Journal Patterns. Nothing Better. ' in EAT Dahnke's Salted Peanuts. Sold everywhere. A letter from our old-time friend, "Sylvan," was received from Betnis, Tenn., last week. There were sev eral items of local interest, but we were forced to forego the pleasure of publishing them for the reason they arrived late. "Sylvan was formerly a correspondent of this paper from Hornbeak and an inter esting writer. Miss Inez Cloar, who has been at tending school at Martin and was recently taken suddenly ill of pneu monia, was brought home Monday, being met at the train by her father, E. Cloar, and other friends. Miss Cloar was able to make the trip home, but she was not well enough to resume her studies and will not return to school this year. Anchor buggies are found at Nail ling-Keiser Hardware Co. Bought Watson Home. J. W. Burney, of this city, bought the residence which has for some years been the home of Dr. F. W. Watson on Excbange street. The trade was made this week. THE NEW DRESS FABRICS Are exceedingly attractive for the spring season both black and colors Voiles in various styles. new Herringbone Weaves and Shadow Striped Panama, new Mentone and Chalkline Stripes splendid ma; terial for skirts and coat suits. SHOWING THE CORRECT STYLES IN SKIRTS , Panamas, Herringbone and Voiles, plain and full plaited, hand finished, well tailored and trimmed m silk folds. NETS FOR WAISTS Black, blue, brown, white and ecru, plain and fancy, in fillet and plain effects. NEW NET WAISTS ON DISPLAY This great new waist collection gives a wonder ful choice. The effects are dainty, thoroughly styl ish, yet in the main quite distinctive. Black, white and ecru net waist, trimmed in cluny," Val. lace bands, insertions and narrow lace ruffs, tucked yoke in back, silk lined throughout. NEW SPRING SILKS . Pongee, Rajah and French Foulards- all come in various designs ; plenty of tans, blues an! browns. LINGERIE SHIRT WAISTS In several models, neatly tucked trimmed with Swiss embroidered bands and Medallions inserted with rows of Val. lace and cluny bands. OUR Collection of SPRING MILLINERY Surpasses any previous efforts. ; Really all Spring Millinery must be seen to be comprehended; the shapes are varied indeed, both large and small, adapted to every individual taste; ideas decidedly new and distinctly beautiful in trimmings. Flowers of course predominate, from the smallest blossom to the great, gorgeous rose and poppies in all the rich, natural colors; foliage too is freely used, aigrettes, plumes, artistic pins, etc. One can scarcely realize by reading to what extent blues, browns, greens, could take on such varied, such new hues and tones. We have the hats that will win your instant admiration. Miss Edith Richardson has charge of this department and you will find her well qualified for the position. Mrs. Ollie Miller, in charge of our Tailoring Parlor, has just returned, from the East and would be pleased to meet her, many friends. , . . . R.T. CURLIN, Exclusive Dry Goods Man, Union City, Tenn. Carmack Club. Troy, Tenn., April 26. The citi zens of this city and civil district Number Six met in the courthouse and organized a Carmack club with the following officers: J. C. McCaw, president; J. W. Brantley.secretary; J. C. Taylor, J. M. Russell, David Reeves, Mike Buchanan, Polk McDonald, J. T. Lasley, R. L. Howell,. E.jf3rice,' J. B. Wheeler ' m J. Uirwin v liingham, vice ('. tpjr Vidred andJjl Vio the xylX.Jr th vrx CRffiel 1 wiivor"- 1 1 CaklThoml f CT1K jmway. . h 25. One of .cidents that rred to-day y . William killed his njured his g down a r.s on the nd they out, hold- Down ront Louis and jMfWMIV. m the g Harris.Vi Srk of 4Jyr ur. JvirKiana, k department, Vande kt u : 1 1 : Tfi w, . ""Ht.jif-ni week visiting: friends. vftP No extra charge to hanging bought at Bell Furniture Co. jfxxJ Capt. and Mrs. J. T. Perkjjti.i Martin, were in the cityaday and Tuesday, guests atJV-ome of Hon. and Mrs. Seidfell. X)live at , an address .ebe f Mf- John U Frenc' connection v. r 1- minister. (me do pjnj jisaea at tne aots in Mfrfiea . lonograpniree. in an- -3xmn- Mrs. J. C. Reynolds went to Jack son this week to attend a meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary to the Or der of Railway Conductors, the fif teenth anniversary of the order. Rev. J. L. Hudgins left Monday for Savannah to conduct a revival meeting for the Cumberland Pres byterians. His pulpit in this city will be filled next Sunday morning and evening as usual. JjTe del1 I :. h 01 S 3- V 1 n 'ver flthe JrN She Iis1. it Ima the f 'amp lH never f;'$hed to S'h. JtvUS WILL GET NEW BUILDINGS. Mississippi and Tennessee Cities in Public Building Bill. Washington, April 22 A public building bill, carrying approximate ly $22,000,000, will be reported to the house Friday. Cities in Tennessee included in the list of beneficiaries are: Jackson, Paris and Union City. In Mississippi, Corinth, Green wood, Brookhaven, Laurel, Hatties burg, West Point, Columbus, Jack son, Yazoo City, Vicksburg and Greenville. iuffered uses. He was raov and was , town. He ant of Hick was about 30 rIrTtt.nown, an no oiuu, "npnis. ine eia r T t - - V )emejf J I'Fl Scenerv ii many larsre playhouses has been done by Mr. Leslie. He is an artist whose services are always in demand, and it is very fortunate indeed for the Lyric and its patrons that the gentleman was engaged to do the work. When the drop was put on last week the audience cheered very freely. This week Mr. Leslie begins work on a t.et of scenery for Reynold's Opera House, having been engaged by Mr. Reynolds for that purpose. The opera house is also to be sup plied with so" elaborate settings and the doors will be opened to the patrons with added attractiveness. A Smile is a pretty hard thinp to accomplish when you're blue, bilious and out of sorts. There is a sure cure for all kinds of stomach and liver complaints constipation and dyspepsia. Ballard's Herbine is mild, yet absolutely effec tive in all cases. Price 50c per bottle. For sale by Red Cross drug store. j esPfted Peanuts. r co; ' exXarriage Licenses. (amoo omi-I "Poor! W i 1 e r n , . rf. !Ctil' . . ,. l ui ,, m Asn and Minnie f assett. L, K. Tinkle and Katie Christ. H. Gaston and Ivory Henderson. Jeff Thomas and Emma Fowler. J. T. Roberts and Bettie Duncan. Willis M. Wright and Helen San derson. Adolphus Brewer and Margaret Newberry. Real Estate Translers. J. W. Pressly and wife to T. P. Pressly, lot in Troy, $1,100. J. H. Morris to Jno. W. Bennett, 75 acres in No. 6, $3,750. B. F. Luton and wife to Jno. W. Bennett, lot in Troy, $200. Jno. W. Bennett to Clara Bennett McDade, lot in Troy, $100. Carroll P. Wilson and wife to Jno. W. Bennett, lot in Troy, $100. Burnie Kerr et al. to Mrs. Mary Litton, lot in Troy, $200. J. W. Miller and wife to T. J.Wil liams, 75 acres in No. 6, $1,550. L. A. Ward and wife to A. Wil son, 22 acres in No. 15, $2,560. Jno. T. Walker to R. L. Lockert, 163 acres in No. 12, $2,250. R. L. Phebus to Ellen and Lizzie Guy, lot in No. 4, $1,000. Jet McKenney to R. W. Barber, 25 acres in No. 7, $900. J. T. Joyner and wile to T. B. Joyner, 22"acres in No. 6, $200. Cora Calahan to Geo. H. Moody, lot in Union City, $650. Hunter Elam et al. to Mrs. E. M. Jones, lot in Union City, $625. P. D. Hornbeak and wife to A. W. Mansfield, 30 acres in No. 1, $1,119. FOR SALE All of my household and kitchen furniture, carpets, etc. Can see same by calling at my resi dent on Division street next Mon day. Miss Ella Winstead. - Union City Public Schools. The Public School has been for tunate in securing the Turner Art Exhibit, a collection of 200 pictures from the best masters of the world. These pictures are an education in themselves, the like of which has never been before in town and pro bably will never be again. They will be exhibited at the school build ing on the afternoons of May 6 and 7 from three to five o'clock, and'also on Friday night from 8 to 11. On Wednesday afternoon the ex hibit will be in charge of the Re view Club who will act as patron esses serving tea and wafers. On Thursday afternoon in con nection with the exhibit the follow ing musical will be given. Instrumental solo... Clara Wehman Instrumental solo Myra Nash Vocal solo, . . ... .Katherine Morris Instrumental solo. .Nina McConnell Vocal quartette. . . . Misses Dixon, Wells, Harper and Taylor. Instrumental solo. . ..Bessie Beck ri ..4. S Annie L. Griffin Vocal duet. ... j Clarence Hunter Vocal solo Margaret Bransford Instrumental solo.. Ruth McConnell Instrumental solo. Allie May Davis Vocal solo Agnes Coble Instrumental solo Leila Reeves Instrumental solo. .Genevieve Naill ing Instrumentalsolo.KatherjneDahnke On Friday night in connection will be given a social when ice cream and cake will be served. It is intended to make this night peculiarly attractive ; to the youngj people. The proceeds from this exhibi' will be used .to purchase, picturej for the school building: You Cal readily see a chance to show you! patriotism to a public enterprise bj being present. Admissiotfon Wedl nesdav and Thursday afternoon tea': r if' everything will be 10 cents fom. school children and 15 cents fori others. On Friday the admissio to everything- will be 20 cents. Wi shall look for everybody to aid in decorating our rooms. :, At a meeting of the faculty hel Monday evening, the stand the senior class for the entire years work were made ou single pupil fell below 75 per cent for their work in that time. The highest honors fell to Joe Gladys Rippy and the second highest to Alma Elizabeth Foute. The class as organized will con sist of Mattie Sanders, Annie Lee White.Chloe Peeler.Mabel Thomas Joe Gladys Rippy, Winnie Davi Moore, Mary Frances Moore, Sail Kate Brevard, Alma Elizabet Fote. Lula White. Martha Luct! Major, Elizabeth Lauderdale Halt per, Martha Lucile Temple andl1 Marion Lee Cloys. .cultv heldll 1 1 :ntire four jt. Not a A Happy Father is soon turned to a sad one if he has to walk the floor every night with a crying baby. JMcGee's Baby Elixir will niakethe child well soothe its nerves, induce healthy, Dorinal slum ber. Best for disordered bowels and sour stomach all teething babies need it. Pleasan to take, sure and safe, con tains no harmful drugs. Price 25 and 50 cents per bottle. For sale by Red Cross drug store. 4 I 3 IBniMs ; Fro 1 j-21 What is medicine for? To cure you, if sick, you say. But one medicine will not cure every kind of sickness, because different medicines act on different parts of the body. One medicine goes to the liver, another to the spine, Wine of Cardui to the womanly organs. So that is why 1 Fin of Csle is has proven so efficacious in most cases of womanly disease.' Try it. Mrs. Wm. Turner, of BartonvUle, in., writes: "I suffered for years Tith female diseases, and doctored vitnout relief. My oacK ana neaa would hurt me, and I suffered agony vitn Deanng-aown pains. I took Wine of Cardui and now I am in good health," Sold everyvhere, la $1.00 bottles. WRITE US A LETTER At last Write today for a free copy of valuable illustrated Book for Women. If you need MedVal Advice, describe your symptoms, stating age, and reply will be sent In plain sealed eavelope. , The ChattanooKa Medicine Co.. Chattanooga. Tenn.