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un Our Second Annual Spring Sale-MAY 22nd to JUNE 5th, 1909 We are offering every article in the store at greatly reduced prices for cash. We have the largest strfSk to select from that we have ever carried, and our prices are unequalled. We quote just a few of our many bargains taken from our big circular. Read them carefully: All Calico, standard brands, at 4C 2,500 yards brand new figured Lawns, worth from 5 to 7j4c, at 3000 yards heavy Unbleached Domestic, worth 6c, sale price 1000 yards extra quality, soft finish Bleached Domestic, worth 10c, at6C 1500 yards good 27-inch Dress Ginghams, best brands, worth 15c, at 11c Full 81x90, extra-heavy, bleached, seamless Sheets, worth $1.00, price;69c 1 case extra-heavy, Unbleached Sheeting, 10-4 wide, worth 30c, at 22c 200 pairs heavy, huck, bleached Towels, size 20x40, worth 30c pr, eachllc 50 dozen tape neck and sleeve Vests, worth 10c, each 5 c 1 000 pairs Infants' and Children's Hose, all sorts and sizes, worth 1 5 to 25c, to elean up lot 8c 27-inch fancy Messalines, worth $1.00, sale price 87c 23-inch shower-proof, satin-finished Foulards, worth $1, cash sale price 69c 27-inch Sousine Silk, all shades, worth 35c, cash price 29c Fancy lace-trimmed and plain tailored effects in Wash Suits, worth $8.50 to$ 10.00, at $5.00. 27x54 Axminster Rugs, worth $2.50, sale price $1.98 9x11 Tapestry Brussels Druggets, worth $12.50, at $9.75 EXTRA SPECIALS IN LACES AND EMBROIDERIES We will make two leaders in this line. We will show thousands of yards of laces, in both Val and Torchon, worth from 5c to 1 0c per yard, in cash sale, one dozen yards for 39c A big lot Hamburg and Swiss Embroideries, worth 1 0 to 25c per yard, at at 8c NOTIONS Two cards nickle-plated safety pins, all sizes 5c Two dozen good pearl buttons, all sizes 5c Extra-quality scissors, assorted sizes, worth 25 to 50c 10c Every thing1 guaranteed as represented. Don't wait, but bring the cash to our store and see how far it will go. Every purchase a good investment. Hardy, Corum & Jackson. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Sirs. Robt. Batts has been sick this week. Miss Worley has returned from a visit to Obion. ,' E. L. 3ohsL, of Kenton, was in the city yesterday. Telephone 150 when you are in a hurry for coal. Dr. J. B. Sharp, of Obion, was in the city Wednesday. John Gardner, of Martin, was in the city Wednesday. Bon Air Coal, best and cheapest, Un' ion City Ico & Coal Co. Miss Ruth Wells has returned from school at Belmont College, Nashville. Mrs. Stigler, of Dyer, was in the city this week visiting relatives and friends. Staver buggies are found at Nailling Keiser Hardware Co. Miss Bessie Beck is visiting her sister, Mrs. Arthur Scates, at Greenwood, Miss. . Dr. R. N. Whitehead, of Fulton, was a business visitor in the city Wednesday. Miss Edmonia Walker, of Ripley, was the guest of Mrs. J. W. Burney this week. Refrigerators are on the move. Nail-ling-Keiser Hardware Co. Mr. Will Penick, of St. Louis, has been in the city this week visiting home and friends. Mrs. Martha Bryan is visiting her brother, Gus, and Mrs. Bryan at Clovis, New Mexico. SEED BEANS. A limited stock of Mammoth Yellow Sojo Beans for sale. Dahnke-Walker Milling Co. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Foster, of Jackson, are in the city visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Thompson. Just received 2000 rolls wall paper at Caldwell's Book Store. T. B. Greer, of Memphis, will bo in the city a few weeks until the grain sea son opens up again. SEED BEANS. A limited stock of Mammoth Yellow Sojo Beans for sale. Dahnke-Walker Milling Co. Mrs. T. E. Marshall will leave about June 15 for Prescott, Ark., to visit Mr. and Mrs. John Caldwell. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Glass loft yester day for Seattle, Wash., where the young people are to locate. Go where they all go Dahnke's. MisslLida Bell Carroll, of Kenton, was in the city this week, visiting Miss Win nie May Custer on Division street. I have some special bargains in slight ly used pianos. Easy terms. A. N. Dickson. Phone 505. 8 Rev. E. L. Watson delivered the, bac calaureate sermon for the Union City High School last Sunday evening. . LOST A pair of eyeglasses. Finder will please return to Mrs. John Ehun. The theme at the First Cumberland Church next Sunday morning will be The General Assembly as I Saw It. " Flies will not bother a wound wher JJr. Uox's mrbeu Wire Liniment is used. For sale by all druggists. The Union City Elks have been in vited to a special meeting of the Fulton lodge to-night, and quite a number will attend. Saturday Evening Post and a 15c cake of Palmaline Soap, both this week for 5c! Red Cross Drug Store. It Leonidas Polk Chapter will meet the first Saturday in June with Miss Mabel Griffin, the date having been changed from Thursday. You can keep your yard pretty with one of those lawn mowers at Nailling- Keiser Hardware Co. Mrs. George Dahnke and daughters, Misses Kate, Mary and Louise, went to St. Louis this week to visit Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Slave, and will probably visit Nashville, III. Buy a Staver buggy if you want the best. Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. A mass meeting at the courthouse to morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock will be held for the purpose of organizing a rural independent telephone line. Every business man interested is asked to be on hand. Perfection oil cooking stoves are the thing in the summer. Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hunt, who have been visiting Mrs. L. H. Lockhart and Mrs. K. Kimberlin, her daughters, in the city has returned home to Paris. LOST In Union City one watch and fob. Finder returning same to W. G. Reynolds' office will receive a liberal reward. Miss Annie Cunningham, of Polk, and J. D. Cunningham, of Protemus, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dorrell Harris at their home near the city. Nice, clean Whippoorwill Stock Peas, at $1.50 per bushel in burlap sacks. Call at once. They are selling. 9 Davidson Produce Co. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Tomerlin, of St. Louis, will be here Tuesday, to be the guests of Mrs. Tomerlin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. T.. Robinson. For Piles, use Dr. Cox's Barbed Wire Liniment, 25c size. If it does not give relief or cure you, your money will be refunded. For sale by all druggists. Nice, clean Whippoorwill Stock Peas, at $1.50 per bushel in burlap sacks. Call at once. They are selling. 9 Davidson Produce Co. Miss Madeleine and Ardaille Rollwage and Miss Nell Stalcup are in the city visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sam Chandler The young ladies were entertained yes terday evening at the Elks Home by local society. Quality of goods still high. Prices rea sonable. Phone us. Stone & Rainey. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Grissom have moved to their new residence, and are enjoying the comforts of home life, with all the improvements and advan tages of modern construction and accessories. Sugar, flour, meat and lard and all the high-grade fancies that go to make up a hrst class grocery, rhone 130, Washington ave. Stone & Rainey. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Glass are to lo cate at Seattle, Wash., Mr. Glass hav ing been assigned to a run as Pullman conductor on the Western roads. The young people have lots of good, warm friends in Union City who extend the lost wishes. Nice, clean Whippoorwill Stock Teas, at $1.50 per bushel in burlap sacks. Call at once. They are selling. 9 Davidson Produce Co. C. V. Jones has returned from Chat tanooga and taken charge of the furni ture store recently acquired from J. L. Ranson & Son. Mr. Jones took a com plete course of embalming in Chatta nooga and has otherwise been prepar- ng himself for the business. The gen tleman is one of our best business men and will receive a very liberal share of public patronage. Dr. Cox's Barbed Wire Liniment does not burn or blister, and relieves pain in a few minutes. For sale by all druggists. Mrs. J. C.J Woods, of Pueblo, Colo., is in the city, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pardue and family. The W. C. T. U. will meet to-morrow afternoon with Mrs. Jas. Luton, 510 North Third street, at 3 o'clock. Big Muddy Washed Nut Coal is best for cooking. At Union City Ice & Coal Co. Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Elam are re joicing over the safe arrival of a very largo and handsome baby boy, tipping the beam at 'stecn pounds. Five cents this week buys a Saturday Evening Post and a loc cake of Palma line Soap! Telephone Rod Cross Drug Store. It Jake H. Park, who has been visiting at home for seveVal days, left Tuesday for Dawson Springs, Ky., where he has been employed for some time as clerk in the Haniby Hotel. CANDY ON ICE. WE WILL KEEP A FULL LINE OF Whitman's Fine Chocolates and Confections ON ICE all during the summer, so if you want a "dainty sweet," cool and fresh, call on the Red Cross Drug Store Telephone lOO H. M. OLIVER, Prop. All druggists soil Dr. Cox's Barbed Wire Liniment. Guaranteed to heal without a blemish or your money re funded. Price Bradshaw, who has been pr-o moted to the position of train auditor by the M. & O. E. E. Co., with head quarters at Mobile, was in the city Tuos day visiting his relatives and friends. Mr. Bradshaw 's friends are glad to know that he is gaining an important foothold in the railroad world. Nice, clean Whippoorwill Stock Peas, at $1.50 per bushel in burlap sacks Call at once. They are selling. 9 Davidson Produce Co. Death Near Glass. W. P. Albright, an old and highly respected citizen residing in the vicinity of Glass, died Sunday night from an at tack of heart trouble, to which he had been subject for some time. He was 61 years of age, a member of the Christian Church, and stood high in the estima tion of his friends and acquaintances. Mr. Albright loaves a family. Obion Enterprise. Doctors Endorse It. Lang Bros., Druggists, Paducah, Ky., write: ''We sell more of Mendenhall's Chill and Fever Tonic than all others combined, having retailed over 700 bot tles in one season. It is prescribed largely by the physicians here." Sold by the Bed Cross Drug Store. )LOST A fox terrier dog, white with one tan ear, one eye out. A liberal re ward to finder. Telephone 259. 10 Virginia Warterfield. Memoriam. Miss Dollie Elizabeth Jackson was the third daughter of W. J. and Mattic Wallis Jackson, of District Number Seven, born November 23, 1891, died May 15, 1909. She was preceded to the grave by three brothers and her mother, the lat ter having died February, 1907. She left a father, four sisters and two broth ers to mourn her loss. Having the whooping cough she con tracted a cold which developed a severe case of bronchitis. She was confined to her bed six weeks growing weaker and weaker until the end came. She was a patient uncomplaining sufferer. I Surely her cause was presented at the Throne of Grace. Her frail form was embalmed with tears and after the long weary watch she answered the sum mons, "Come Home." We laid her to rest in Cain Creek Cemetery. Her sweet face bore no mark of pain or suffering; all was per fect peace. The floral offerings were both beautiful and abundant. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. George Smith. "A Friend" in Troy News-Banner. A Living Skeleton is the final condition of any child that has worms if it lives. Think of hav ing something in your stomach that eats all you take as nourishment. Nine tenths of the babies have worms, niav be yours has". Be certain it has not by giving it White's Cream Vermifuge. It expels worms and is a tonic for baby. rice zo cents at iSailhng Drug Co. Small House Burned. A small dwelling on Church street, the property of Thad Lee, and occupied by Mr. Cummings and family, was de stroyed by tire last week. The building was insured for $500. Mr. Cummings, the laundryman, saved most of his household goods. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dolhi case of Catarrh that cannot be cured bv Hall's Ca tarrh Cure. F. J. CHRNEY & CO., Toledo. O. we, the undersigned, have known F. J. Chenev for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in nil business transnrtintis nnH finan cially able to enrry out any obligations made by his firm. Waldino. Kinnan k- mvi ... Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. O. Hall s Catarrh Curr is tniron ;.,.-. ,11.. .: directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75c per bottle. Sold by nil Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. WANTED Good country sorghum. Phone or write Sam'l D. Woosley, Union City. u FOR SALE Hay in field, timothy and clover, $5 per acre. F. M. Moss, farm one and one-half miles east of city. FOR SALE Sweet potato slips Yams and Queens. S. P. Harris, ' 10 Phones 134 and 461, Union City. Meet me at Dahnke's. Insolvent Notice. To the creditors of the estate of J. F. McFarland, deceased: Having suggested the insolvency of the estate of the said J. F. MeFarland. deceased, to the County Court Clerk of Obion County, Tennessee, all persons having claims against said estate are hereby notified to file them duly au thenticated with the County Court Clerk of said county of Obion on or before the 24th day of November, 1909, or the same will be barred both in law and equity. , This the 24fii day of May, 1909. i SADIE McFARLAND, 104f Administratrix. "