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The commercial. (Union City, Tenn.) 190?-193?, October 30, 1908, Image 6

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What iBuy of WALTERS. Everything
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- Greatest Berkshire Show.
The Berkshire men got " up
creates t swine show ever
the
held at the
American Royal and it is to be hoped
that the enterpraise shown , by the
"partisan and the association of this
breed will cause the Poland and Duroc
men to "take a tumble to themselves"
and force their record associations to
t together on some kind of a plan
encouraging the exhibition of good
: 'c-By the side of light showings
cs and Chestersjjnd no show-
C all. of PolandtjlVie Berkshire
, Aoff the grfissst expositi,
h Tn t.lifc nnmhArnf e;Farm-
Wist Louis Berkshire show
rrv'7yi as fine specimens of
n Ve ever been brought
x urc, jun(j among tjwin
Go work of the iVPf.' 3
jwaen, in.; jr. a:i trail
Veri. and J. S. HftniKoafWi
l.ck:.
deserves co:
J S
ryaiwere seven or eight
t's abs 'a in the show, by the
ua Twn breeders:
And itYiinSton Kans.; Jas.
V., Mn'eb.; C. A. Robin-
T . O .
; you don t, -Xyf sedalia,
1
1
1
lit'
I
!qcy back.
Hutchison,
fine
iu.and you onlyi, Mont.;
nd jury. v ; Kan-
iealcrwill hr8n-
And -j0i"
fi. argeon,
-flington,
Lawrence,
Strong City,
el, Hutchinson,
a & son, uoinam,
& Sons, Roscoe,
Oxfordville, Wis.:
Held, Kans.; Chas.
oon, Mo.; Chas. A.
j . x sneiaon, ma.
Bartlett, Pontf
,Mw Pprkina Cl
i&S9?..ioof this
as i tie. i. a. .lorift
&
4 Longfellow's Premier, Holt.
5 Kansas' Longfellow, Nielson.
SENIOR YEARLING BOAR
1 Ruftiford Duke 50Lh, Spicer.
2 Royal Baron 5th, McGurdy
Downs.
-3 Orphan Boy 1st, Holt.
JUNIOR YEARLING BOAR
1 Premier of Sprlngdale, Hender
son. 2 Artful Conquerer, Kinloch Farm.
3 Forest Count, King.
4 British Duke 3d, Sutton.
5 Major Mack, Holt.
NIOR BOAR PIG
Rival's Champion, Kinloch
2 Fairfield Rival, Sturm.
3 Baron Star, DeBow.
4 Longfellow's King H., Holt.
5 Baron's Wonder, Corbin.
6 Oxford Duke, DeBow.
7 Duke of Douglas, Flint.
JUNIOR BOAR PIG
1 Premier Belle's Rivai, Kinloch
pFarm.
2 King's 3d Masterpiece, King.
3 King's 2d Masterpiece, King.
4 Kansas King Fairy, Sutton.
5 Allustrious, McAdams Bros.
6 Ideal Royal Star, Sturm.
aged sow
1 Tilda's Model, Holt.
2 Lady Lee R. 2nd, DeBow.
. 3 Rival's Pet, Kinloch Farm.
4 Longfellow's Duchess 11th, Ki
loch Farm.
7 The Masterpiece 8th, King.
SENIOR HERD
1st and 2d, DeBow, 3d, Holt.
SENIOR HERD BRED BY EXHIBITOR
1st, DeBow. 2d, Holt.
JUNIOR HERD
1st, Klnloclr Farm, 2d, Sturm, 3d,
Kinloch, 4th, King.
JUNIOR HERD BRED BY EXHIBITOR
1, Kinloch Farm; 2, Sturm; 3, King.
GET OF SIliE
1 Kinloch Farm.
2 Sturm.
3 DeBow. '
4 Kinloch Farm.
PRODUCE OF DAM
1 Kinloch Farm. v
2 Sturm.
3 King.
4 Holt.
SENIOR CHAMPION BOAR
Premier Longfellow's Rival, DeBow.
RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION BOAR
Rumford Duke 50th, Spicer.
JUNIOR CHAMPION BOAR
Rival's Champion. Klnloch Farm. ,
RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION BOAR
Premier Belle's Rival, 'Kinloch
Farm.
GRAND CHAMPION BOAR
Rival's Champion, Kinloch Farm.
SENIOR CHAMPION SOW
Tilda's Model, Holt.
RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION SOW
Lady Frances 2d, Holt. f '
JUNIOR CHAMPION SOW -
Fairfield Duchess, Sturm. .
RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION SOW
Rival Belle's Premier, Kinloch
Farm.
GRAND CHAMPION SOW ( Uv
. . . - .
Tilda's Model, Holt.
rial, Kansas City,
,re wist.
Viol
National Correspondent tL(nT J.
Suffered from Nervousrii t
General Breakdown
W
RESTORED TO HEALTH BJ
-Nrnr, v
"I caught a severe cold which it
seemed impossible to get rid of. I be
came much run down, lost my appe
tite and flesh and felt nervous and ir-
Hltable. Vinol was recommended, and
Miss Lucile Morris Entertains.
One of the most charming- affairs
of the past week, was the L'Allefjro
Club meeting at the home of Miss.
Lucile Morris last Thursday after
noon. This was the' first meeting
of the club since it was re-organized
for the fall and winter months.
The Morris home was bright and
beautiful with its wealth of flowers
and lovely girls, American beauties,
palms and ferns everywhere. The
game of the afternoon was rook.
The first prize was won by Miss
Minnie Pardue. This was a beau
tiful silk kimona made by the fair
hostess. The consolation was a
pretty Fisher picturhon bMrs'.
Thad Lee. The vii tbio'lioiiJuywae
a pair of black enl )Sam Afilose,
awarded by Mrs. vJno 5fi00Te
Refreshments of blocH- . pink
and white, the club MJJm& rie.fiJ1'!
I Dunk Walker.t
1
7. H
mints were beautt W. Kaiu?-
next meeting y fe.
29, with Mrs. Cft 4 ' Juis.
433 Harrison WJ tier.
The nawyV' i- fas
f0ll0W8. jsjudff'r.
Irene I 1
Mrs. VfJ li: Judsres, R,,
' . J cnoic im I j, - - rice
-M na'eii-v u jjonnc j r(i G;c. Cam.K-
-A r. son. Miai. . iliss
Mattie ScBt D ad'
V Viol tFHy '
Mr. T Ik
m M I I K MP "Ml
The
Now "WalliS.
Not pleasant, is it?
' The sole of the ordinary shoe is as stiff, as unyielding
as a board.
Every step you take, your foot bends ; the sole of your
shoe bends scarcely at all. The ball of your foot, bearing the
entire weight of your body, rubs against the sole. ,
This rub, rub, rub is what makes your feet ''draw,'
burn, ache I
The Red Cross Shoe
bends with the foot
it
it
1 S'-cji. Ul
MRS. W. T. BURV
rs. Hunter
oore, Mrs
ss Marp-eret
C . m.n J
airie vv alter, ana
IFUL RUSSIAN.
SENIOR YEARLING SOW
1 Lady Frazier 2nd, Holt.
2 Fashion Lady, McCurdy & Sons.
3 Charmer's Vic, DeBow.
4 Charmer's Queen, DeBow.
5 Artful Violet, Council.
Coak.
jntalns 86i ag
Rock Spri
pceivea ror i
JUNIOR YEARLING SOAV
1 Ravenwood Duchess, DeBow.
2 Ravenwood Duchess 4th, DeBow
3 Lady Rival 2nd, Sturm.
4 Lady Rival, Sturm.
Jr tfiansas Jewel, DeBow. '
rain-ei icuuiuu neaviiy, aind
was frog's Baroness, Barur town
irom a gerit.,.-jL .fst. Severn.!
buildings that were very r
rught fire from flying si
car loads of zoxyf
s . .uaiuiy woikbu wuuubis iui me, it
f 7, reased my appetite and Cured my
l.Tugh and nervousness. 1 consider
i . ; i ai J ,) if . r
v luoi a wuiiueriui iciueujf. iuis. u .
T. Burns, Memphis, Tenn.
Many people are just in her condi
tionall run down, hardly able to
drag about, don't know what ails
them This is prfjplv caused by a
cold or cough wlf . is hard to cure,
overwork or too V-'Joae confinement
business, and sucli people need Vi"
Comin
Reynolds Opera House
Next Saturday afternoon and
Night, Oct. 31.
We have the talented actress,
Miss Ethel FuY" ssisted by Mr.
Warren SRjp3rfflrw?-" a
pany, in
Vinol
is not a
j,jt aerea, earnest, zeal
hearty,
at evejK
intelligent
New YorP
se" fTtwC r
play f C
emotuJ 1
T
7
a select com-
iullack'8 Theatre,
len.oj.a Belle Rus-
"'strietlsian). The
5,cfr'Glunity tor
MnfTord and Ai J
Ciildwell. fi Ml
No. 13. f SU
tJKns lemon
follows its every movement, just as a glove moves with the hand,
entirely crevents the burning and drawing caused by stiff soles.
gives a sense of ease, of freedom you can't conceive of until you have
worn it. '
Try the Red Cross now, today.
Get style and comfort ; get both.
We have it in all styles High Shoes, $4 and $5; Oxfords, $3.50
and $4. '
"It bends
with the foot"
1
2 r'.i (Snto-f f
me vl.
o ne WpaWr-'ofliceV yV"
f liB
V ' flTTIkHKin V
1- -.. jT
h4 f.u-
.y por- tWnof tLe3 gloan.
out- nl "al ri"u-
4 fi
-
era
I.ENDID
tor ev-
tiose.
HjClazed
W1LU
111
NN.
OR SALE House of
e street, known as the
Walker place. Call on me at
333 Church street.
T. J . Latimer.
Flour. None better.
vj an
it inwardly
fear that
.hscovered.
Pi's said to be
F.Ceing under
n..i
t,pp -luci-nuoi
i.d rights to
,'s Theatre
Soxes, $1.00.
id 50 cents.
Its.
REMAIN
Fu it wa.
ss not rJlOn
City
ru backache
Aiave tried one
r, finding only
us i uisuuui ag-
rieciHl kidneyl
Ifrmanently and !
right here in
istimony of one who a
1 $r$f J'ilJs years ago,
it the cC last- 1
loveher" f: "1 1
Li! and 1
1 k
E. L.
$1,550.
arks, 12
Re il E
S. R. Johnsoi
Gish, 7B acres i
Elwood Evans
acres in No. 13, $687 5o
John II. Bynum et al. to J. H. Sand
lina and wife, lot in Union Citv$S0.
Ned SI. Brassheld and wife to P. W.
Prather, lot in No. 2, $075.
J.H Saddling to Mrs. M.J. Sand
ling;, lot in Union City, $500. '
T. J. Gates and wife to T. C. Hast
ings, 5 acres in No. 16, $W0.
S. R. Bratton and wife to Martin
Schmidt, lot in Union City, $750.
Lavenia Kirk and J. A. Kirk to N.
II. Hogau, 55 acres in No 10, $1,500.
United Daughters of Confederac
lanta, Ga , Nov. 11-15, '08
On account of the General C
tion of the above organization
lanta, Ga.. Nov. 11-15. the Mobile
Ohio Railroad will have on sale, N
9-10, round trip tickets at reduced.
rates. For particulars apply to near
est agent of the Mobile & Ohio Rail
road.
HvKiUJjeii cab'ihets, odd dressers,
)iv.bds, 5ton folding bedsatRan-
,p, 'successor to Chas. Deitzel.
Don't forget tickets with each cash
purchase of 25 cents at Wallace W
Moore's.
Dining room furniture in all the
latest patterns at Ransou's, succes
sor to Chas. Dietzel.
Pay Dahnkes Cafe a visit and you
will go back again.
Mattresses in all sizes always in
stock at Ranson's, successor to
Chas. Deitzel. " .
Oyster season now on at Dahnkes
Window shades in all widths and
sizes at Ranson's, successor to Chas.
Deitzel.
MRS. MAYME TURLEY
p5i OSTEOPATH
0ZTiel W. Lee St. Phone 496
ION CITY, TENN.
The Tram Hogs
li a crmi-n fnt .in rlnk ir- nrJ Tiocrc
have grown fat on do!
will grow fat, toov if
A 4-1,
A.
ess'JiogWoriiifowiler
It cleans thenf put and corrects assimi-
latif! 3our feed goes into fat and
ONLY BY
s Drug' St$i
notf Vn
'I IV'
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