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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
W. J. Davidson was in Dyer Sunday. Clyde Aaron is visiting here this week Use Jersey Cream Flour. None better. Mr. Vivian Reynolds visited Chicago thin week. , Mrs. Maud Curl in Sundaved with Beech relatives. Dahnke's Sunday Special Ambrosia, Mrs. Florence KwJgeway in visiting friends in the city,. Rev. J. II. Zwingle went to Chicago the first of tho week. Dahnke's cream bread baked daily Thone 109. Supt. A. C. N.ute made a flying trip to St. Louis this week. II. P. Moss was a business visitor at Woodland Mills Monday. . Baby carriages and go-carts rubber- tired. Herman E. Howard.' Mr. Ashley Ingram, of Troy, was a visitor in the city Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Anna Ford Walden vis ite'd Cairo on the Fourth. Special values in porch furniture at Home lurmture Co. Mr. Pete Heppner has returned from a trip to Poplar Bluff, Mo. cape, uen uapeu, 01 Mempuis, was a Sunday visitor in the city. , Coal Coke Wood -Call Tel. 150, Miss Nell Dyer is visiting friends and relatives at Obion this week. Dr. W. M. Turner was a business visitor in St. Louis last week. For fine confections call 109 Dahnke's Mrs. Rosa Taylor has returned from a visit with relatives in Nashville'. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Meacbara, of Hickman, were in the city Saturday. Herman E. Howard is prepared to rubier-tire baby go-carts and carriages. T. R. Boxley and W. E. Walters were business visitors in Jackson last week. Mrs. J. A, Henderson left this week to visit relatives and friends near Jack son. Those shades need hanging right now. Phone Home Furniture Co. J. Clem Burdick returned Saturday from a few days' business trip to Mem phis, i Mrs. Kate Bell, who has been very sick, is said to be much improved this week. ave money by using Bon Air Coal. . Misses McAdoo and Mays are enjoy ing the shade of Number Seven this week. . Mr. J. Russell, of Memphis, was in the city on the Fourth visiting his pa rents. , Mr. Whit Campbell, of Tiptonville was a business visitor in the city this week. - Ladies, order a cake for Sunday from uannte s. Little Frank Craig, who has been sick for three weeks of fever, is very much better. Fred Craddock, of Humboldt, will be tlie Friday guest of his cousin, Mrs. M Curlin. ' .' ! Mr. Hughlett Jackson, of Louisville, was in the city this week mingling with friends. You've tried the rest, now try the est Jersey Cream Flour. Mrs. W. T. Nash and daughter, Miss Myra, are enjoying a vist to Estill Springs. Miss Eva Lee, of Martin, was the guest of Mrs. Thad Lee on Mill Btreet Monday. F. M. Ownby, of Longmont, Colo., will be in the city this we: k en route to North Carolina. W. H. Harris, of Humboldt, who has been visiting in the city several days, has returned home. Don't worry about those refresh ments, call Dahnke's. Miss Cora Wingo, w ho has been spend ing several weeks in Martin, returned to this city Tuesday. Mr. Vernon Verhine attended the race meeting and some society doings at Mayfield last Friday. Claude Spraggins, of Humboldt, ar rived Monday and has a position at the Milliken Marble Works. Mr. Chas. Watson, of Memphis, was in the city this week visiting relatives and mingling with friendsV 'Matting druggets are the best for summer. Thone Home Furniture Co. Mr. and Mrs. R. Garth left yesterday for Hickory, N. C, to visit the family of Rev. and Mrs. John Garth. W. A. Forrester went to Middle Ten nessee near Hohenwald this week to sell a three-thousand acre fjact of land. Mrs. G. W. Worlcy and daughter, Miss Mamie, will leave Monday for a few week's stay at Dawson Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Scott have returned to their home at Bardwell, Ky., after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. Z. Massengill. Miss Lela McFall, of Fulton, was a visitor last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Cu turnings on Exchange street. Hot rolls, coffee cake, Saturday at Dahnke's. dough nuts All kinds.of coal at Union City Ice& Uoal Co. 1 W. M. Hamilton and daughter, of Spout Spring, were in the city Tuesday shopping. Mrs. Gene Tatom and daughters have gone to Nashville and Big Bottom for a few weeks. Johnston's bitter sweets at Dahnke's guaranteed. Miss Irene Forester, of Obion, is with Miss Lydia Stone and Mrs. D. K.' Baker as a visitor. Madam Rumor has gathered an orange bouquet for one of our fairest daughters this month. . Call 150 for coal of any kind. Mrs. J. Cotton's little daughter fell Friday while playing and fractured her collar bone. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Harrison, of Jackson, were in the city at the Palace Hotel Sunday. ' Mrs. Simms, of Forest City, Ark., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Richardson, for a few weeks. Mrs. G. R. KeDney left Tuesday for Nashville to remain a few days at the Woman's Hospital under treatment of Dr.' G. C. McGannon. i Mr. J. V. Stovall and sister, of Num ber Seven, were in the city last week visiting the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Howard. Misses Mary and Annie Whitson, of Centreville, arrived Wednesday and are guests at the home of their uncle, W. Briggs. Mr. Harris Parks went to Waverly this week to visit his brother, who is afflicted with cancer. Mrs. D. R. Dit more, Mr. Parks' mother, came home with him. A call for 150 brings the coal wagu Union City Ice & Coal Co. , Hyman Shapiro left Tuesday to take advantage of the special excursion train from Cairo to Chicago. He will return to-morrow. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pleasant, of Paducah, were in the city last week vis iting the family of Mr. and Mrs. Wal ter pleasant. Matting always make a room cooler. Home Furniture Co. has the matting. Mr. John George, traveling salesman with the best line of trunks and valises on the road, came home this week to visit his family. Mrs. Harry Driver, of Osceola, Ark is in the city visiting the home of her mother. Mrs. J. R. Catliey, and her sis ters in the city, Remember, she likes candies fresh like you get at Dahnke's. Mrs. Ed Crenshaw and family are vis iting in Troy this week, the guests of Mrs. Lucy Walton. Mr. Crenshaw was in Troy Sunday. ' Mrs. Gertrude Turner and son, of Water Valley, Miss., were in the city last week visiting the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Hudson. Call 150 and get your coal and wood Union City Ice & Coal Co. N (((? , ' 1 " 1 11 il j Fancy Silk Hose THE CADET for wear. . PH Iff Olltltini PInmf!iinn j u-ou u wo t mm mm Attend Jnd Reap Your Greatest Harvest Values Ls Our Invitation to All. This Sale means a clean-up of all odd lots and short lengths in every department at prices that will simply astonish you ! A wonderful exhibit and sale of Smart Washable Summer Dresses. Special values in white and colors. Our $6.00 and $6.50 Dresses, Special prices. $3.00 and $3.50 Our $3.00 and $3.50 Dresses, Special price $i.95 j r i - .- "... rt Skirts A handsome showing of Skirts, in black, panama, tan and gray mixtures. You will find them high-class skirts, one and two of a lot; former prices $6.00 and $6.50 6 A AO to close for. Wt'Q Our $5.00 and 5.50 skirts to close for $3.95 Special Reduction on All Mid-Summer Millinery Values and inducements of fered to close every hat, re gardless of cost or former prices. Now is the Bargain Time. "."'.-.. V Hi v Plffl AMERICAN BEAUTY Sty t 401 Kiltmaioo Conet Co, Maktr The Corset that gives perfect shape and com fort Waists ;. Lingerie and Marquesette Waists, worth regularly $4.00, f 5.00 and $6; to close at-....- $3.00 and $3.50 White Muslin Waists, for mer prices 65c and 75c, to close at 2" 37c Our $1.00 and $1.25 Waists to close at 75c In the French Undermuslin section is amazing beauty and priced amazingly cheap. French Night Gowns, high and low necks, Princess Slips and French Combinations. AND BEST OF ALL WE ARE READY WITH THE GREATEST VALUES ALWAYS First Street hum mi Union City, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Sherrill, of Ta ducah, were in the city last week visit ing the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. J Shoffncr on Main street. Capt. J. C. Eeynolds left last week for Weavervillej, N. C, to join his wife and family in the mountains. He will be gone two or three weeks. Mrs. John Russell had the misfortune to break her left wrist Wednesday while attempting to move a small obstruction from the back door premises. Miss Mai McDearmon left Tuesday for Dyer in response to a message an nouncing the serious illness of her mo ther, Mrs. J. II. McDearmon. Anything you want in cakes or ice cream on six Hours notice at JJannke a. Mr. Nail, of Fulton, Miss Berry, of Oakton, Ky., and Miss Clemet, of Jack son, Miss., are the mid-week guests of the Misses Milam on South Ury. Mr. Milam and daughter, Miss Fearl, will enjoy the shade and the water from the wells of the famous Dawson Springs for ten days beginning.next week. Bon Air Coal, best and cheapest, at Union City Ice & Coal Co. Mr. EarlKimzey.of Greenville, Miss., was in the city 'his week visiting the home of his parents on First street M r. Kimzey is connected with the Green ville Drue Co. as pharmacist, and will go to Nashville to attend the State con vention. ' Two arrests and fines of $36.50 were reported from the police department this week. Mr. Fardue and Mr. Noah have a good report for the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. McCIure, of Nash ville, were in the city this week visiting the home of Mr. McClure's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. II. McCIure, and family. Coal and wood promptly delivered by the Union City Ice & Coal Co. Mrs. J. L. Hudgins. and daughter, Miss Fearl, have returned to Nashville after spending a few days here, guests at the home of their son and brother, W. E. Hudgins. Mrs. Sol Ford and little daughter, of Hohenwald, Tenn., were in the city vis iting Mrs. Anna Ford Walden, en route to Newbern to visit Mrs. Ford's sister, Miss Lela Cole, who is very sick. Use Dahnke-Walker Milling Co. Jer sey Cream Flour, a home product, and guaranteed. Mr. Ed Ownby, Fast Exalted Ruler B. P. O. E. No. 679, left last week for Atlantic City to attend a meeting of the Grand Lodge of Elks. Mr. Ownby is the representative of the Union City lodge. Mrs. V. W. Cowden and son, Thomas, left Saturday for Middle Tennessee to spend the summer. " They are now at Lewisburg with relatives and later. will go to Estill Springs. They will prob ably not return to this city before early fall. Mr. Edgar Jones, with the McCul lough Medicine Co. of Trenton, was in the city Tuesday. He informed us that his company had recently been reor ganized with a capital stock of $50,000 and located at Trenton, where they are in better position to handle the increas ing business. Big Muddy washed nut coal is best for cooking. At Union City ice & tJoal uo. M. G. Downing Awards Prizes. Easley Fenick wins gold watch in seventeenth pony contest and $20 in cash in eighteenth pony contest. Rufus Caldwell won two $1 watches for weeks ending July 1 and 8. These prizes were given by the Curtis Publishing Co. for the sale of the Sat urday Evening Post. Mr. Downing will give for five con secutive weeks a handsome watch to the boy making the greatest increase over the previous week's sales. Goes Merrily On. , Work has been resumed on the High School Library building, the Palace Hotel and the bricklayers will soon be at work on the Walker-Nailling busi ness house on the corner of Church and First. Workmen have been wait ing for the delivery of material. The Canvas Decoy Co. warehouse is also under headway. This house will be Used to store raincoat stock. Mr. Cur lin informs us that as soon as prepa rations can be made for the manufac ture of light coats more buildings will be needed. The factory is in full swing every day, and notwithstanding the dry weather, orders are being received right along for the output. Mr. Wright Phebus' home is nearly completed. This home is at the corner of Third street and Florida avenue and is one of the attractive new ones, neat, spacious and comfortable and a nice ad dition to the locality. Fourth in Union City. - The great Fourth of July celebration that was scheduled for yesterday at Un ion City was pulled off in great splen dor, and was the greatest success of any ever held in that city. The parade was the banner feature of the day, there being a very large num ber of beautiful Moats in the procession. The acrobatic acts and all the other attractions were up-to-date and enjoy able in every respect. First street and Washington avenue were lined with thousands of spectators and the greatest of all fireworks display was given. Balloon ascensions were given throughout the day. The celebration was a success in every way and was characteristic of Union City's way of doing everything. Ful ton Commercial. Let Herman E. Howard rubber-tire your go-carts and tricycles. TH6 Best Goods Lowest Prices OUR MOTTO FOR 1911 FOR GROCERIES FOR ALL OCCASIONS NOTIFY E. P. GRISSOM HIS STORE LEADS AND IT'S A PLEASURE ' TO PLEASE YOU GROCERIESBOTH STAPLE AND FANCY GOLD-STORAGE MEATS ' PRODUCE FRUITS CANDIES All guaranteed. Phone us a trial order. We deliver. No order too small. No order too large. Good Roads Organization. A meeting was held at the courthouse last Monday by the friends of the good roads movement for the purpose of or ganization, and in accordance therewith the Obion County Good Roads Associ ation was organized with the election of the following officers: ; W. G. Reynolds, chairman; 8. R. Bratton, secretary; T. W. Ferrell, treas urer. This organization is for the county at large and will co,-opcrate with road committees of the various districts for the betterment of all roads. Take those wheels to Herman E. Howard for new tires. A Little Old Trunk. H. T. Haynes, of this city, has a little old leather bound trunk about ten inches in length, six inches wide and four inches deep. The trunk is a family heirloom, and belonged to Grief Cole man, Mr. Haynes' grandfather. The trunk was carried through the Revolu tionary War. It is lined with some book leaves and the dates show the trunk to hav3 been in existence in 1754. The trunk is well made and bound, with lock and key. Mr. Haynes treasures this keepsake as one of his valuable possessions, CERTAIN RESULTS. Many a Union City Citizen Knows How Surk They. Are. Nothing uncertain about the work of Doan's Kidney Pills in Union City. There is plenty of positive proof of this in the testimony of citizens. Such evi dence should convince the most skepti cal doubter. Read the following state ment: , H. T. Dunn, of 417 North Exchange street, says: "Doan's Kidney Fills have been of so such benefit to me that I gladly confirm all I said in their praise when I publicly recommended them some years ago. My back was in bad shape and I bad pains in my kid neys. The kidney secretions were un natural and passed too frequently. Soon after I began taking Doan's Kidney Pills my trouble, was completely re lieved. For sale by all deal'-r. Price 5fsc, Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the UniUid States. Remember the name Doan's anJ take no other. ! 1 1 r