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Paul Joyner is visiting at Hum'ooldt
this week. . ,' Christian Scheurer has returned froni Memphis. . .' ' - . ; , .-. Mrs. F, W. Pardue is recovering from ' a sick spell. - L. II. Lockhart is spending his vaca tion at home. : . , Dahnke's oysters. ' J. ' W. ; Nichols, of Trenton, was in the city Sunday. Joe Davis, of Fulton, was a Sunday visitor in the city. ; '' Mrs. Mollis Adams visited friends in Martin last week. ' Mrs. Ellen Dunn, of Trenton, was in the city last week. Mrs. Rhoy Scott, of Fulton, was in the city Wednesday. - Coal at summer rates. Call 150. 'Singing - Everybody is going to the School Beginment. " B. White is making a business trip to Arkansas this week. , T. F. Stubbs made a business trip to Humboldt Tuesday. Mrs. T. B. Underwood, of Fremont, was in the city Friday. Mrs. Gale, of Columbus, Ky., is the guest of Mrs. John Pitts. Mrs. A. Reed is reported as improv injf.from a recent illness. V Use Jersey Cream Flour. None better. A. B. Campbell and Clarence Johnson are in Montreal, Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Jones, of Newbern, vis ited relatives here Sunday. Hon. J. D. Senter, of Humbolt, was a visitor in the city Thursday. Misses Grace and Mary Lou Garner are visiting Humboldt friends. Messrs. Will Alexander and Jess Rogers were in Fulton Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Reynolds, of near Terrell, were in the city Friday. G. W. Reed and J. P. Giles, of Obion, were in the city Friday. Celery at Dahnke's. R. Silas Murrell, of Hickman, spent Suriday with friends in the city. Mrs. Jennie Morgan has returned to Gcrmantown, Tenn., after a visit in the city with Mrs. T. A. Nelson. Mrs. Joe Davis, of Number Seven, was in the city shopping Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hunt left Wed nesday for a short stay at McKenzie. W.Z. Massengill, Jr., left for his home-at Beaumont, Tex., Saturday. ; Mrs. Wm. Joyner, of Beech vicinity, was the guest of relatives here last week. : Rev. Gilbert Pressley, of Trenton, was in the city Wednesday en route to Cuba. J. W. Berry, of Number Eight, is' in the city this week as one of the trial jury- Henderson Studio, Elder's old stand, up stairs. -: ' Mrs. Chas. Burchard has. returned from an extended visit to Martin rela tives. - ' Miss Mary Atterberry, of Cayce, Ky. , was the guest of Miss Irna Nailling last week. Mrs. J. M. Chapel is this week visit ing relatives ,and friends in "Number Seven. Mr. and Mrs. Will Klinke have moved to Rives with the best wishes of friends here. , W. L. McAdams, one of Middle Ten nessee's best stockmen, will visit our city this week. , Mr. Henry Gale, of Columbus, Ky., was here this week visiting his friend, H. T. Robinson. Coal Coke Wood Call Tel. 150. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Thomas attended the burial of little Lloyd Roberts at Salem Saturday. Mrs. W. W. Cowden and son, Thomas, have returned from a visit to Nashville and Estill Springs. ! Mrs. Carl Paessler andsister, Miss Annie Naylor, of Tupelo, Miss., are visiting in the city. Mrs. J. D. McFarland and sister, Miss Bettie White, visited relatives near Fremont this week. Mr. Dock Wilson, one of the well known citizens of Obion, was in the city jthis week as a juror. Mrs. J. R. Moffatt and Mrs. R. C. Garth and daughters have returned from Corpus Christi, Texas. Let me collect that bunch of old out lawed accounts for you. L. J. Allen. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fernando White has been very sick at Obion for several days. Webe Hawes left this week for Red Bud, 111., where he has accepted a posi tion as telegraph operator. Mrs. Hubert Shore, of Rives, was a visitor the first of the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kirkland. Miss Kate Robinson has returned from a two-months visit to her sister, Mrs. C. G. Tomerliu, in St. Louis. J. E. Somers, of Hornbeak, one of the well know citizens of Number Five, is here this week doing jury service. Mrs. J. J. Castleberry and son, Porter, have returned from a visit to Mrs. Porter's parents in Springfield. good Go to Henderson Studio for work as well as cheap goods. Don't forget the 'Singing School Be ginment" Friday night, September 17. Everybody is going. Reynolds Opera House. Our popular blacksmith, John O'Don- nell, has recovered from a recent ill ness and is able to bo at his place of business. The Union City friends will rejoice with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Porter over the birth of a fine boy in their Nashville home this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hubbs, of May- field, Ky., arrived in the city Sunday, and will be guests of relatives and friends for several days. Miss Liliss Penick, of Stamford, Tex., and Miss Irene Guy, of Bradford, are visiting at the home of Mrs. J. H. Mc Dowell this week. All kinds of Coal at Union City Ice & Coal Co. Elder Brigance will fill his regular appointment at -the Exchange Street Christian Church next Sunday morning and evening. Everybody invited. Miss Martha Fowlkes, of Missouri, arrived in the city this week, and will be at home to her friends at the resi dence of Mr. and Mrs. P. Y. White. Miss Florena Gates, of Nashville, suc ceeds to the chair of classics and history in the Citv High School. Miss Gates is an accomplished young woman and a valuable addition to the school. Miss Mary V. Moore, of Brownsville, is Miss Vanderburg's successor as teach er of art in the City High School, and comes to the school with the highest in dorsements. Miss Moore will be an ac ceptable acquisition to the school. IT HE BIG STORE IS SPLENDIDLY READY WITH THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OF STYLISH FALL AND WINTER WEARABLES EVER SHOWN IN UNION CITY 'OUR SCHOOL DAYS REQUIREMENTS CAN BE MET HERE IN- A manner that is satisfying to the most exacting buyers. Serviceability, style quality and economy of prices are combined so strikingly that an examination of our various lines will leave no room for doubt as to your leadership. H School "Shoes Our showing embraces the most sturdy and nobby lines for girls, boys and misses. We request particularly that you see our new fall styles in the Red Goose and Moloney brands. They come in all leathers, shapes and sizes and are sold undr an ironclad guarantee - $1.50 to $2.50 Boys' School Suits A long line in such nobby, mannish ; little models that they will fill your boys with pride Such marked style, quality and durability is rarely to be had in boys' clothing. See our suits with extra pants one pair plain and the other knickerbocker style, all for just a little more than ordinarily the cost of only a regu lar suit : . . $2.50 to $8.00 Exceptional Showing of the New Fall Styles in Ladies' Dresses and Suits Style is our watchword and our selection of models and fabrics for l ladies' fall dresses and suits express the ideas of the highest fashion authorities. The variety and extreme attractiveness of our models will appeal most strongly to people who ap preciate real style and quality, and we cordially invite the closest inspection. The size and completeness of our stock offers ample assurance of your finding: here not only the particular size, style and pattern desired, but also a garment at just the price you wish to pay. Authentic Styles in Millinery for Autumn We cordially invite you to come in and inspect our display of new Fall i Millinery. We feel safe in making the statement that for correctness of styles, beauty and exclu siveness of designs and range of selection, you will not be able to equal souf display in Wesi Tennessee, outside of Memphis. Handsome semi-dress hats, the new Moire . Silk and Bengaline hats, ready-to-wear Turbans and Side Rolls, the autumn colors in wings and fancy effects in splendid variety are shown here. . Morg'an-Verliiiie Co. The Big Store New Suits We can now show you over qne hundred styles in New Fall Suits and Dresses with more coming in almost daily. The styles are prettier than ever before and the prices more reasonable Sirs. Miles, mother of Mr. Guy Miles and Mrs. Geo. L. Porter, has been very ill this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Forter on North Division street. Harry Beckham is now in Little Rock, Ark., conducting a cafe and restaurant. Mr. and Mrs. Beckham have located in that city and friends here extend them best wishes. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Andrews, of Polk, visited in the city the first of the week, being guests at the home of Mrs Andrews' parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. C Blanton, Home street. Mrs. W. J. Davidson's guest this week was Mrs. Leonard, of Dyer. Mrs. Leonard has lived in Union City and has many warm friends here Who gave her a hearty welcome. Dr. F. M. McRee and G. R. McDade went to Nashville Wednesday to consult with Governor Patterson relative to the appointment of assistant counsel for the Reelfoot Lake investigation. The First National Bank presents its regular quarterly statement of good things this week. ' The Bank is one of Union City's substantial and popular institutions and deservedly so. Mr. Jess Ross, for many years one of the good citizens of Number Six, now residing near Cobb's Schoolhouse in Number Twelve, is here this week as a member of the grand jury. Dr. S. K. Davidson, who is home from a pleasant sojourn in Colorado, has re turned and is now in his dental office in Union City. Dr. Davidson will likely remain in the Union City office for two or three months. I.OO to '.OO Give us a look. The International Law & Collection- Agency, Dayton, Ohio, will collect your past due notes and accounts on a commission basis. SSo collection, no pav. Give us a trial. 3) L. J. Allen, Agent. Hardy, Corum JacRson Mrs. E. E. Bennett has moved from Washington avenue to South First street, where she will continue to conduct a boarding house. Mrs. Bennett has been conducting a popular house and no doubt will continue to enjoy a very lib eral share of public patronage at the new location. We call attention to the statement of the Third National Bank in this issue. This bank not only occupies and un unusually strong position with regard to cash assets, but the individual de posits are now the highest the bank or its predecessor ,the Commercial Bank, has ever shown since the organization of either. . - CIRCUIT COURT. Quiet Term Probability of Continu ance of Nightrider Cases. Judge Jones convened court l!fft Mon day, with General Caldwell representing the State, present. Business of no great importance has as yet been transacted. During the afternoon Judge Jones, who is a candidate to succeed himself as Judge of the Court, was called upon for a speech and responded in a very warm address of thirty minutes or more. The Judge dwelt upon the enforcement of law, and asked the people present if they did not need protection from the invasion of their homes by the mid night masked assassin. He was loudly cheered, and it is probable that his speech met with general and hearty ap probation. On Wednesday a small suit involving the payment of premium on a fire in surance policy was tried and judgment obtained by the Union City Insurance and Real Estate Company against A. Harris for amount of premium. The Nightrider cases will not be called, any of them, until next week, and it is the general opinion that they will then be continued. The grand jury is as follows: Dr. E. L. Williams, foreman; J. B. Minter, J. S. Adams, John Luker, C. D. Burner, Walker Elam, R. E. Switzer, W. L. Baulch, J. M. Nichols, L. G. Logan, J. S. Boston, J. M. Ross. W. L. Womach. The trial jury is as follows: J. F. Somers, J. W. Stover, J. D. Gore, D. E. Caudle, J. W. Cartwright, J. W. Berry, W. L. Jimerson, J. A. Hughes, A. L. Brevard, G. E. Luton, W. L. Hol man, E. W. Wilson, J. S. Arnold. Leased Building. The plans and specifications for the new Nailling building have been agreed upon and the contract is to be let for completion by Nov. 15. The Farmers Exchange Bank has leased the north section for a period of five years, the articles being signed this week. The building will be located on the corner of First street and Washington avenue and the corner section will probably be occupied by the Red Cross Drug Store. The Baptist Church. Services at the Baptist Church next Sunday morning and evening, pastor preaching at both hours. Morning subject, "Lessons from the Ascension." You are invited to attend these services, also the Sunday school at 9:30. ' Band Concerts. The Union City Concert Band has completed its series of summer con certs, and will probably continue its or ganization until after the fair. The band has been greatly enjoyed this summer. There has been a larger at tendance altogether probably than dur ing any year of its organization, and people generally have begun to realize the fact that it would be a great mis fortune to be without the concerts. It is therefore certain that the band could be maintained with much less trouble next year, and wo trust that efforts will be made to secure the organization for another year. Not only so, but that arrangements will be made for even a larger band. Union City people do not want to do without the music. WORK THAT TELLS. Plenty of It Has Been Done Right Here in Union City. Cures that last are cures that tell. Tq thoroughly know the virtues of a medi cine you must investigate the cures and see if they prove pernianont. Doan's Kidney Tills stand this test, and plenty of proof exists right here in Union City. People who testified years ago to relief from backache, kidney and urinary dis orders, now declare that relief was permanent and the cure perfect. How can any Union City sufferer longer doubt the evidence? A. G. Allmond, 904 East Churchill street, Union City, Tenn., says: "I doctored and used remedy after remedy during my tlTirty years of suffering, but nothing did me any good until I used Doan's Kidney Pills. I had a constant, dull aching across the kidneys and the kidney secretions were sometimes too scant, and then again profuse. When I commenced to use Doan's Kidney Pills I was in a bad way, but this remedy helped me right away, and soon cured me." (From a statement given in 1903.) A PERMANENT CURE. On May 13, 1907, Mr. Allmond said: "I am still enjoying good health and am free from all kidney aiiments. " For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. - - Obion Presbytery. Obion Presbytery of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church will convene at Salem near Humboldt on Tuesday, September J, 1909. AH delegates will be met at "iboldt and Gadsden. fRXEY, StatedX I. .