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Leaders in Quality. . i pecial Advantage ' j PS rV J j if (J1 J W for April Puarcliasers flTjf ftxn!. Owincf to the fact that the manufacturers have been late in making spring deliveries in all lines, it affords the late purchaser a better opportunity to find something to suit his or her individual taste. . You will find in our line of Clothing for Men and Young Men a discrimination for style, fit. and quality not frequently found in ready-to-wear garments. We have a complete assortment of colors, made up in the very latest style creations. Prices from - $10.oo to $30.oo We carry a large line of extra sizes, and make a specialty of "slims" and "stouts." Our Children's Department Our Clothing Department for Children is in a class to itself. C ; ' y, 3 '(I k0 - 7l; ; MUM A. -J7 When it comes to the quality we carry, the volume of styles it embraces and the remarkably low prices we ask for them. Large range of styles, in ages from two and one-half to 17 years. Prices $1:50, to $10.00 Also a large line of children's wash suits, ages 3 to 9 years Copyright 1909 The Home of Kuppenheimer Chicago Stylish Oxfords , ,orr- mnH and The old reliableE. P. Reeds are the favorites with the most particular dressers. We have them in patent leather, gun metal, suedes and vici, at prices from $2.00 to $3.50 si C1 If i - PRTED SC ou&iJU N.Y. Our children's line em braces everything de sired in style, comfort and durability. We carry the famous Nettletons and Walk overs for men. RAX MASK ttCiftlOfr ONE PRICE THE HOUSE OF QUALITY ONE PRICE LOCAL AND PERSONAL. MiHS Nona Woods visited Martin Sun day. R. T. Roberts was in Woodland Wed nesday. Mrs. Jennie Jones visited Crockett Saturday. J. A. McGec, of Cairo, was in the city Wednesday. Miss Mary Turner visited friends in Rives Monday. Drink bottle Coca-Cola. Mr. J. Walters, of Jackson, was in the city Sunday. Mrs: Margaret I shell visited in the the country last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Moss, of Folk, were in the city yesterday. Mrs. W. A. Nailling has returned from a visit to Memphis friends. Mr. Will Alexander, who has been pick for a few days, is improving. Coca-Cola in bottles is the best. Mrs. G. B. White and little eon are visiting relatives in Kennett, Mo. Miss McMA Tierce, of Obion, is visit ing Mrs. Enloe Caldwell in the city. Mrs. C. M. Trevathan was in Sharon Tuesday making a professional call. Mr. Chas. I-ange, of Zainesville, O., was here as a visitor a few days this week. Mr. John Rook, we are glad to say, after several days severe illness, is up again. Cbas.,Sid and Robt.Roberts Sundaycd in the city with Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Rt&erts. In bottles the genuine Coca-Cola. '.Mr. and Mrs. Holland and daughter, Miss Naomi, of Newbern, and Mr. Jones and Mr. Taylor were in the city Sunday visiting Miss Bertie Harbison. Mrs. Burnett, 'of Memphis, is in the city visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Clark. Mrs. llogue and daughter, Mrs. Cora Smith Crockett, of Troy, were in the city Wednesday. Mrs. Byrd, Miss Callicott and Miss MeCaw, of Rives, were in the city shop ping Wednesday. Mrs. Corum, of Mount Zion, was in the city this week visiting her daughter, Mrs. T. R. Boxley. Mrs. S. G. Hunsaker is in Nashville visiting Mrs. M. R. Patterson at the Executive Mansion. Drink the genuine Coca-Cola. In bottles. ' Mrs. J, R. Moffatt, of Troy, is in the city visiting her sister, Mrs. Cordie Garth, on Palmer street. Mrs. II, T. Edwards lias returned home after a visit to her sister, Mrs. Clarence Wilhoite, in Memphis, Mrs. W, E. Ryan and son, of Spring field, are in the city visiting the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Latimer oil Church street. Mrs. Jas. 11. Nelms, of Rives, is in Memphis at the bedside of her sister, Mrs. Rosa Maddox, who is very sick with appendicitis. If you want the be-st and cheapest, use Bon Air coal. Union City Ice & Coal Company. Mrs. Wm. Doyle and little daughter, of McMinnville, are hi the city visiting the home of Mrs. Doyle's father, Dr. Loring, and Mrs. Loring. Walter. Cross, of Obion, was in the city yesterday. He is under treatment of Dr. Loring, having suffered for some time with an abcess on the collar bone. For sale at a bargain, one rubber tire collapsible baby buggy, one set lawn chairs and divan. D. F. Caldwell, Book Dealer. .Mr. Sam N. Sidway, publisher of Neil's Suite Gazette at Dyersburg, who died Tuesday, had for many years rep resented he Banner as its Dyersburg correspondent with fidelity and satisfac tion. He had been for thirty-five years the successful publisher of the State Gazette, of which Hon. Thomas W. Neil was so long editor. He was a most estimable man and citizen, and the newspaper fraternity of the State will sincerely deplore his death. Nash ville Banner. , Death of Mrs. Allen. j Mrs. Allen, wife of L. J. Allen, died at noma in this city at 12:30 o'clock Tuesday morning, from an illness re suiting from the birth of her little boy last week. Mrs. Allen was born and reared near Rutherford and as Miss Wilkes was mar ried to Mr. Allen about eight years ago Four little children are left, who miss the tender care of a sweet, devoted mother. Mrs. Allen was a member of the Baptist Church and a woman of Christian graces and personal worth. The remains were shipped to Ruther ford for burial, accompanied by her sor rowing husband and children. Card of Thanks. To our friends who were so nice and attentive through mother's long sickness and death we w ish to say that we can nover express to you how very much we appreciate your kindness both to mother and us. You were all and more than we could have asked of neighbors and friends, and especially do we want to thank Dr. Adkerson, for he was so attentive and kind to mother and did all that could have been done, even to the last. May God bless each and every one of you and tie with you iu your troubles. Mrs. Efkie Head and Father. Society..... E E. E. Club With Miss Nona Henderson. Miss Nona Henderson entertained the E. E. E. Club this week with a number of games. A business meeting was in cluded and the election of officers. Miss Willie Bell Mays was elected president and Miss Mary Harris secretary. "Re freshments were delightfully served., . The Wednesday Club lVf'.l I r 1 & tvrl . 1 wun Mrs. i. m. Whipple. The Wednesday Club met this week with Mrs. R. M. Whipple and enjoyed whist. Prize for points was a pretty parasol won by Mrs. Irene Dahnke. The consolation, a fan, was conferred upon Miss Ruth Warterficld, who pre sented it to Mrs. Salmon, the guest of the occasion. Salads and ices were served. Misses Jackson Entertains This Afternoon.- Misses Annie Lewis and Nell Jackson will entertain a number of friends this afternoon at home on Church street. Fish Supper. A fish supper was among the list of social features this week given at the home of Mr, and Mrs. D. E. Penick complimentary to Mr. Burkett, who was a guest of Mr. Will Penick. WANTED At once, a number of log teams at Crockett. Write or phone Ed Mathis at Crockett, Tenn. 4-lf J. A. Harrison has returned from Dawson Springs where he has been for two weeks. He says he is much im proved. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Tenn, of Number Seven, were in the city shopping yes-j terday.. j Annual Exhibition. The first of a series of exhibitions for the present school year took place at the City School last Friday including primary and low grammar grades. It was the first part of the third annual exhibition, beginning at 2 o'clock p. m. Trograrn of the recital appeared in the papers last week. The exhibition proper was had in the gymnasium. That in cluded the work of ttiat part of the school in the above grades and com prised the various studies prepared in writing and drawings of same displayed on the walls of the room. There were samples of penmanship, drawing, con structing maps, illustrating studies, ex amples in mathematics, grammar, etc. The best work of all the pupils was seen, and a noticeable fact was that the 100 mark predominated, which means per fect. About four hundred visitor were present, patrons and friends of the school, who were more than pleased with the work. All the boys and girls' of the classes also took part in the recital, which was held in the chapel. This included read ing, music, sketches, drills, etc., and a very entertaining afterpart for the after noon. The music was under the super vision of Miss Moore and Mr. Ownby and the reading under Miss Fowlkcs. Married. Jas. H. Metcalf and Miss Edith May Dunn, of Illinois, were married at the courthouse in this city by Esq. Sacra Wednesday morning at 10 o'chjek. FOR SALE I have for sale 3 mules and 2 head horses on time payments. B. F. Beckham. Mr. De Swell (sarcastically) Your husband has never spent any time trav eling through Europe, has he? Mrs. Painface No, John has never been indicted. St. Louis Star. Stole Eighty Dollars. It was April 1 and Capt. Reynolds, of the Talace Hotel was feeling fine. On the night of the aforesaid day, one E. H. Rankin arrived in Union City, registered at the Palace from Balti more and claimed to lie traveling for the Central Metal & Supply Co., a concern rated at one hundred thousand. Mr. Rankin was assigned a room. The early morning mail of the next day brought him a letter, which was deliv ered in the usual way. Said letter con tained a check for $80 cxpenso money for Mr. Rankin and was supposed to have been sent by the Maryland whole sale house. It was presented to Capt. , Reynolds in payment for his bill. The check was accepted and so was the cash (by Rankin) less tho amount of his ho tel bill. It apjH-ared to be regular in every way, drawn on the Calvert Bank of Baltimore .and was numbered 8201. It was deposited with the Old National Bank, forwarded to the Baltimore bank, and promptly returned. "Pure swindle, Rankin unknown. Similar checks issued, and detective de partment informed ten days days ngo," is the reply received from the Baltimore wholesale house. It was a smooth piece of work, and evidently tho "man had pfoleii tt btuirh of the firm's checks, and is now filling them out when in need of the cash. J. 000,000 Sweet Potato Slips, Ten cents per hundred, rales on 10,000 lots. Also tomato slips fit Post ma's greenhouse plant. "I see you have only one chair In tL kitchen, Mary. I must get another one for you." "You needn't tnind, ma'am. I hav none but gentlemen callers. Buffalo Express. " Dahnke'a Velvet Cream as nmooth as velvet. r