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Ovlv (Ureal Special S15.00 . Baltimore Tailo
2. w made Stilts Are Winners Tliraug'li Sheer Merit iff I lij SYSTEM I We want you to see this unequaled showing of Men's High-Class Baltimore Tailormade Suits, made espe cially to our order and specially priced at $15.00 each, and you would want to see them, too, if you but knew the unusual goodness of them. The styles, the materials, the workmanship and the fit place them in the usual $18.50 to $20.00 class, and they would compare favorably with many suits that are offered elsewhere at even higher prices, but $ 1 5.00 is a popular price and we wanted to produce a line of suits at these figures that would excel anything ever seen in this section. Come and see how well we have succeeded. No doubt about our ability to please you right out of this line, as the range of patterns, fabrics and cuts is varied and extensive and right up to now in style and finish. They are made after both the conservative and the ultra-fashionable of the season, of fine hard and soft finished worsteds, in black and fancy patterns, also in serges, cheviots and cassimeres in the prevailing weaves and colorings. These are thoroughly dependable suits, strongly guaranteed, and the low price makes buying easy for all. AMERICAN GIRL SHOES There is more comfort, more durability, more style and more all-round satisfaction in a pair of American Girl Shoes at $2.50 than any other at near that price. In fact, they look, feel and wear like $3.50 and $4.00 shoes. And in addition to all this, they are made of all leathers and in so many styles that every individual taste can be thoroughly satisfied. We are exclusive agents for this popular brand of ladies and misses' footwear and show at all times a complete range of sizes in the season's best models. Ask the salesman to show you some of the pretty kid and fine patent leather bluchers, in turns and welts, for women and misses, $Q At per pair : tp.V Our Sales on Red Goose School Shoes Greater than on Any Other Brand. There is a good reason. The hundreds of parents in and around Union City whose children are wearing them know that there is no other that will stand hard school wear so well, TC "if feel so good or made in such handsome, up-to-date styles. Prices, pair tfl I Z) tjp Winners in the Red Goose Drawing Contest. First prize, Heath Horsley Fourth prize, Seth Horsley Second prize, Easley Penick Fifth prize, Mary Howard Turner Third prize, George Simmons Sixth prize, Veva Roper THE BIG STORE Jll LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Guy Nailling is on the sick list. Esther Milburn is on the sick list. Walter Fry went to Cairo Tuesday. G. T. Taylor went to Cairo Monday. Gather Jones was in Mayfield Sunday. Miss Loraine Craig is ill of tonsilitis. Ellis Tatum.was in Hickman Sunday. Casey Jones visited friends in Mayfield Sunday. , . riionc 544 for chicken feed. Elma Kelly visited in Wyckliffe, Ky. , Sunday. ' Miss Euth Pate visited friends at Gibbs Sunday. Mr. M. GHasscoek has returned from Lake County. Miss Virginia Niles has recovered from a recent illness. Mrs. Turner, of Kenton, was in the city Wednesday. Celery at Dahnke's. Miss Pearl Pettus is visiting in Euth crford this week. Mrs. A. E. Hunter will move to New bern next week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Emmons have gone to Jackson. Misses Maggie and Love Wise visited in Martin Sunday. Mr. W. E. Shearer, of Nashville, was in the city Friday. Miss Willie Bell Bynum has been quite sick the past week. Mr. Win. Nailling is sjiooting on Eeel foot Lake this week. ' I Oyster season is on at Dahnke's. Miss Guarner Gray has been quite ill for the past week. Mr. Will Alexander was a Sunday visitor in Paducah. Miss Mary Leita Webster has returned from a visit to Cairo. J. J. (Dick) Harrison is spending this week at Dawson, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Lexie Parks are at home from St. Louis. G E. Kenney made a professional trip to Jackson Monday. Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Seid Wiley last Wednesday,' a baby girl. Fine fruit at Dahnke's. Mrs. Hardy Neal and little daughter, Francis, of Brazil, are in the city visit ing Mrs. Annie Harris. E. H. McClanahan is recovering from a recent spell of sickness. The Misses Shipp, of Number Seven, were in the city Thursday. Miss Ollie Thelkeld visited honiefolks at Woodland Mills Sunday. Mrs. Martha Hubbs returned Satur day from a visit near Harris. Capt. and Mrs. Wm. Mathis have re turned from a visit to Kenton. Judge W. W. Cochran has returned from a business trip to Obion. Jas. Davis and Dr. E. C. Eeyuolds, of Terrell, were down Saturday. Oysters any style at Dahnke's. Mrs. Joe Sherriil has returned to her home in Chicago, via Paducah. Mrs. E. Green and family report a fine time while visiting the lake. Miss Minnie Voorheis spent Saturday and Sunday with Kenton friends. Miss Kate Hill, of Pierce, visited Mrs. C. C. Hubbs a few days tins week. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Wyley visited friends in Number Seven this week. Mrs. Gilliam Jackson, of Obion, is in the city visiting Mrs. Ellis Jackson. Miss Nellie Marshall, of Woodland, visited Mrs. Frank Wehman Friday. Coal Coke Wood Call Tel. 150. Mr. Wright Phebus will return Satur day from a ten days visit to the lake. Eev, Skiles, of McKenzie, preached a fine sermon at the C. P. Church Sunday. J. A. Whipple and B. C. Bramham were in Nashville the first of the week. Mrs. Tom Beeves was the guest of relatives at Eives several days last week. Mr. A. J. Saunders, of Waverly, was the guest of his brother, John, Satur day. Mrs. Dr. C. E. Eeynolds, of Number Seven, was in the city shopping Tues day. Use Jersey Cream Flour. None better. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Cobb and baby returned Tuesday from a visit to Dres den. Prof. Ownby spent Sunday with his old-time friend, Mr. Joe Davis, at Ter rell. Mr. E. Green, wife and daughter have returned from an outing on Eeelfoot Lake. . Lorgnettes and all the latest novel ties in Fancy Jewelry at Ben Dietsel's. II. P. Howe, of Memphis, was visitor in the city a couple of days this week. Miss Pauline Jackson has returned home after a few days visit td friends in Fulton. Father Stork left a handsome baby hoy at the home of Prof. Nute on the 6th inst. Fresh oysters at Dahnke's. Mrs. Jessie Wheeler has returned to Jackson after a visit to her mother in the city. Mr. Will Forrester, of Obion, was the guest of his grandparent on Lilac street Monday. Mrs. Miriam Nelson leaves the latter mart of the week to visit relatives ill i Memphis. Fruit cakes at Dahnke's. J. D. Wrather went to Oakton Wed nesday to attend the burial of his broth er's child. We ary sorry to hear of the serious illness of Mr. Spencer Stovall in Num ber Seven. Misses Martha Fowlkes and Elsie Tan ner went to Memphis Friday, return ing Sunday. Mrs. C. C. Taylor, of Jackson, will be in the city this week to visit relatives and friends. See those new Fancy Brooches at Ben Dietzel's. Miss Fearl Milam, the successful teacher at Beech School, Sundayed with homefolks. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Stone, of Number Seven, visited Mr. and Mrs. Sam How ard Sunday. Mr. John Head, of the vicinity of Eives, was a business visitor in the city Wednesday. Messrs. Pique and Taylor journeyed to Fulton Sunday and spent the day with friends. Latimer & McCutchan sell shoes for less. T. W. Dunlap, of Number Seven, was in the city Sunday visiting the family of Dr. Clark. Miss Mamie Doyle is nursing Mrs. Euth Trevathan, who is very ill with typhoid fever. Eobert Lewis has accepted a position with the Cumberland Telephone Com pany at Nashville, and Mrs. Lewis leaves to-morrow morning to join him there, i Miss Mollio Bourne, of Hickman, spent Sunday here, the guest of Mrs. Ed Crenshaw. Hon. Bice A. Pierce went to Lake County this week looking after some legal matters. Heating stoves, any kind, at Nail- hng-Keiser Hardware Co. Miss Bessie Glasscock left this week to visit her friend, Miss Olivia Brown, in Chattanooga. Messrs. Seheurer and Fisher, of St, Louis, are guests at the home of Mr. W. E. Schuerer. Melvin Downing and brother, of Mem phis, were guests of Dr. and Mrs. T. D. Edwards Sunday. Miss Carrie Turner has returned to Louisville', after a visit in the city with Miss Nora Gardner. Latimer & McCutchan 's shoes for style, fit and wear. After being the guest of Mr. Eobert White for several days, Mr. Hazelbaker has gone to Chicago. Miss Annie Mai Albright, of Obion, has returned home after a visit in the city to Mrs. Wagoner. Miss Eunice Wilson and Master James Wilson Eussell spent Sunday with friends in the country. Mr. Jas. Brown passed through the city last week en route from Amorilla, Texas, to Mayfield, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Friel are happy over the arrival of a bauy gin, born Wednesday, the 10th inst. Do-orate your Thanksgiving table from Dahnke's. , Miss Iva Shipp, of Number Seven, visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clark on South Ury street Monday. Mrs. Euth Morelock and Miss Jennie Dibrell, of Martin, were the guests of Mrs. S. F. Howard last week. Latest reports from a Ja mode decrees that woman will cease to wear rats and don the beautiful Grecian braids. Numbers of Number Seven people were in Union City shopping Tuesday. The rain does not keep them away. Mrs, Moody Mullins was in Hickman several days the first of the week visit ing her daughter, Mrs. John Cotton. Mrs. Lizzie Marshall has returned from St. Louis, where she has been for a number of days attending her sister, Mrs. Purse, during illness and death. ' Mrs. George Trent Hall, of Martin, was in the city this week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1). A. George. All kinds of Coal at Union City Ico & Coal Co. Miss Eobert Minton and Miss Carthel were in the city Wednesday. Miss Minton is studv'ng under Mr. Ownby. Mesdames Isbell, Naylor and Wilson spent Sunday at ,the home of Mrs. Ern est Allman at her home near the city. Misses Lillian and Clara Fields, of Fulton, were over Sunday, accompanied by Mr. C. E. Eice in his white steamer. Messrs. Will White, Eob White and Mr. Valley Forge of Ohio, left Wednes day for a few days' shooting on the lake. Try Latimer & McCutchan if you want satisfaction. Eev. Jenkins, of Brownsville, was in the city Monday on his way to attend the meeting of Conference at Green field. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Arnn chaperoned quite a crowd of young ladies and gen tlemen on a hickorynut hunt one day last week. Mr. Claude Whitley and sister, Miss Murtie, visited friends and relatives at baruweU, Ivy., last week, nj'rning homo Sunday. Don't fail to see that range for $ at Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Slack have rented the Milam cottage on West Church street and will start housekeep ing to-morrow. Attorney Thos. O. Morris, of Obion, was in the city Monday looking over the bill in Chancery relative to Eeelfoot Lake lands and claims. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bell, of Number Seven, also Mr. Blake Crittendon and daughter, Miss Cord io. were in Union City shopping Tuesday'.. $20.00 Eanges at the Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Weatherby and Mr. and Mrs. II. Clay, of Fulton, were in the city Sunday, visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Coulter. Mrs. Clarence Sherriil left Sunday for her home in Paducah, after a pleasant visit to relatives here. She was accom panied by Mrs. Joe Sherriil, of Chicago. Let the Union City Ice & Coal Co. quote you summer prices on coal. Mr. Sharp, of Nashville, and Mr. E. L. Paull, of Glasgow, Ky., were in the city this week as the guests of Mr. For ester while looking after some real es tate. Miss Hilliard entertained at her home near Mount Telia Friday a large num ber of friends from 7:30 uutil 11. A delicious repast was served at 11 o' clock. A complete stock of Beauty Tins and Ladies' Combs. Don't buy until you see them. Ben Dietzel. Dr. Mendenhall's chill tonic Guaranteed Better FOR Mrs. Sam Wynu, of Trenton, is in the city this week visiting Mrs. Harry Vincent while Eev. Wynn is attending Conference at Greetilield. Misses Lucile Wells and Euth Cren shaw, accompanied by Messrs. Vernon Verhine and Will McAdoo, visited friends in Fulton Sunday. Mrs. Darnell, who resides in the vi cinity of Number Seven, was in town this week investigating real estate on South Ury and ISast Flower. Fevers, Malaria. Children and Persons who can not take Quinine, readily take t h i s pleasant remedy. ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTE. Prepared Only by J. C. MENDEKHALL MEDICINE CO. Evansville, - - Indiana- Sold by Red Cross Drug Store My thoroughbred JERSEY BULL Rexdale, No. S6285 by Count d'Or, of Oakdale, No. 69242, and out of Orphan Bov's I Lottie. No. 131078, will make the season at my place, in the south west portion of Union City, Tenn. Fee $2.00, payable at the time of service. - o. U. UHJLItK.