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1. T. CUELIN FulF Line of all Dress Goods, Trimmings, Mankets, Cloaks, &c. . . . il ay this week one of the Jto-date lines of Millin (r shown in this city. . . . pi has charge of this Department e added to our Dry Goods . Department . . lassTailor-made Suits F THE LATEST DESIGNS tss Evalyn Ackerman is now irtment. She comes highly Inmended as a tailoress from terVjloring College of St. a call. A .Y GOODS STORE , Vorni 1 ? - A1 Gone to California. Our young friend, Mr. Lambert Harris, of Troy, before leaving tor lifornia, went to Tiptonville, ere secured a matrimonial writ of beas corpus and he, placing same the hands of an officer of the spel, served same on Miss Rolla arris, formerly ol Crockett count otonville thev p-o to ere they will" stay 3 to Denver-wJI LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ltn Who said Experiment Station, Curtis Verhrne has returned from Sewanee. ' ' , Mayor Hugh Barr, of Dresden, was a Sunday visitor here. Dr. W. M. Nailling has returned from Rochester, Minnesota. Miss Gawlas, of Jackson, is In the city visiting Mrs. J. B. Uoodfin. Miss Essie Woodfin was the guest of her cousin at Pulton this week. Mr. Cleve Donaldson, of Tipton ville, was a visitor in the city last week. Mrs. J. A. Whipple has returned from an extended visit to Clarks- ville. Rev. Sidney Harris, of Alabama, was in Troy last week visiting rela ives. iW. D. Braham has returned from WTurnersville, Ga., very much f proved. Dr. W. M. Turner has returned from Fort Worth, Tex,, to attend the fair. Pete Bransford returned Sunday from Nashville, after a weefc with relatives. Rev. A. I. Owen, of McKenzie, was in the city and country here last week. Mrs. J. A. Irvine, of Dresden. was in the city last week as a guest of Mrs. F. W. Preston. Mrs. J. C. Reynolds and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Reynolds are home from North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Watson were in the city last week visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Robinson. Mrs. Bud Coleman, of Martin, was the guest of Mrs. Arthur Carr north of the city last week. Finis Hooper has succeeded W. E. Martin as owner and proprietor of the Blue Goose restaurant. Mrs. Willie Lisenby Beck, of Nash ville, was in the city this week vis iting her mother and relatives. Miss Sue Reeves has returned from a visit to her brother, W.P. Reeves, and family at Helena, Ark. Rev. and Mrs. J. N. Hodges, of Lutesville, Mo., were in the county visiting relatives near the city this week. The ladies of the Methodist Church in Union City wil rumrrunfe sale the second Noir ir. ' Good Performance." The return of the "Sweetest Girl in Dixie" to Reynold's Opera House last Friday night met with a hearty reception. The audience was not large, but the lack in numbers was lost in enthusiasm. The play was built with the scenes and Southern types of the old South soon after Ahe war. It is simple in construc tion, free from startling climaxes and jingo heroism. There Is humor and sentiment of the kind which recall the ideals of intelligent and soulful natures, and the lines are interpreted by a company of well balanced players. The sweetest girl was in the hands of Miss Gail Hamilton, an attractive and intelli gent young woman. Probably Miss Blanche Wright's "Aunt Caroline" was the most popular rendition, but really there were no distinctions. The characters weYe all good. If all our plays were as good as "The Sweetest Girl in Dixie" the stage would be as popular with the church as it is with the laity. ' nmitimmimnmimmmmnmiimmmmmmninniinr I Indiscriminate Prices are asked only for) iscrlminafe Flours. TOPI HIGH PATENT FLOUR Has a definite price, a definite quality and a definite value. "TIP TOP" is not necessary D 1 a m prices. ortd WdU rings ace W. at the Moore. lowest Theatrical. The Harrington Stock Company opened up at Reynolds Opera House Monday night with "A Gambler's Child," a play illustrating the wages of sin. Annie Dennison marries Jack Lawrence, otherwise Gentle man Jack, the gambler, after the discovery of his business through a false friend also in love with his wife. Willard Graham, the latter, attempts revenge by separating Lawrence and his wife, but fails after several villainous attacks, end ing with the death of . Graham. There are a pair of comedy charac ters which give the play plenty of spice. These are Daniel Peabody and Cordelia Dennison. Little Leonia, by Baby Milly, was one of the interesting parts, the honors being rather evenly divided between rue memoers or tne,cQmpany, . Tuesday ni Girl of the St From Home" Fresh oy in a class by itself and it's "to meet competition." We can't make enough. g FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS f I HARDY GUM N Co. mmmm -Telephone No. 7. . 3 UiiiliiililiiiilllllllUliiiliiiiilliililUiiiiillUtliliiiiilUiiiiiiill Revival Season. Rev. C. C. Newbill closed a meet ing at Harris last Friday night, re sulting in 14 conversions and 9 ad ditions to the church. Rev. New bill was' assisted by Rev. E. R. Overby, of Boliver, Tenn. It it un derstood that several more will come into the churclwThe church was greatly revive benefited bill began last Monday Russell. f v,-cmmunity by X. New-1 Ef rton .J. s ghfs -wThe Monograirff t- r-" en est. Walladel J 1 v j stel I' M diss Olive Mav frelin marriage ", . . I J RevTW. C. Sellers, who is to appef . . Oup- i etQ0"18t Church, at rjr I Hotel Saturday after- T 26. The bride and r" "V' -"TSw ire well known and popular- f jaii r a j r o,: I 0 i it c iincu citizens oi oDaiun. Siss Parrish was teaching ' M t B. SSofiVer and n a school Halls. and the meeting Fly dau" took pla re. After the ceremo- r limerV? V" ny Mr. J lrs. Moore left tor P I Sbarn- r W f. . 1 M-u rti W ftJB.fW Jf 1 Tf I J M.Ii If MKK. I vv, ffcjf f : T Wea In I lint S. Walter IWe : "i i . - fet will da. t 15, the Fourteenth frlando, Disi 'e of her best and listonepfrp Hreafhag citizencHjs a.ckgr gifjs burt SimpsonL - flverf t Elder C. C owtpfficia Ig. ffearT Jone9 waa 28 ilf &sf 'a8! If lle' and hacI "Hi If T rfness yXeverahr A Mr. Gill Nichol'l yeW He vn in thf Asa polite, honorabltidustrious periencei Jentleman and no youfffpman stood ,?heladi Jighet in the esteem and good will In the cLjfoi the district thA did Mh Jones. Is.' News-Banner. for month most intens I I f of recovery 1 fl H I M 0 Deserves More Than Praise. The walk leading from the Palace Hotel east on Church street is in lovely condition. It has been kept " up for four years by one man. This hard work has to be done in the hot summer months. This man does his work as nearly perfect as man can. This walk now is enchanting. But oh! how unsightly and damag ing to clothing it would be if this good man had let it alone like all . others. We know him too well to offer him pay for it he would not under any circumstances accept ; pay. But we all know it was hard work and that sweet words, compll- . ments and praise are very cheap these times. Now we suggest and " insist on every lady and gentleman, every boy and girl, who has the benefit of this broad, clean pave ment both day and night, to do 8om'ething collectively or individu ally that will prove to him that he and his good work for us is not nor never will be forgotten. We hereby acknowledge our ex- quisite pleasure i n passing and looking at so many lovely flowers in daytime and enjoying their matchless fragrance at night. ahnke-Walker Milling Co. ' pme product, and ffuaran- Use V nour, a n teed. Money to Loan. 1 can make larm loans at the rate of 5 per cent, per annum on first class improved fanning lands. Not more than hajt the cash value of a tarm will be kianed. Loans mads for five years wfth privilege to bor rower of paying -same after two years in full or making any size partial payment desired at inter vals of six months after the expira tion of two years from date of loan. O. Spradlin, AtL'y at Law, Union City, Tenn. m Co, i Managers.