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The Prices iblWIOM REYNOLDS h PERA HOUSE Matinee and Night. Saturday, Oct. 26, J, A. Cdburn's GREAT BARLOW MINSTRELS. You all know them. A household vvordl An All White Company Absolute ly Guar ante eing Your Money's Worth Or Your Money Back. Everything New this sea son, presenting the most Elaborate, Spectacular, Electric First Part Set ting ever known in Min strelsy. ' NEW SONGS! SWEET SINGERS! ' FUNNY COMEDIANS! Our Past Our Present Guarantee SPECIAL BARGAIN HATINEE AT 2:30 p.m. - MATINEE PRICES. Lower Floor, Adults , 50c Children 25c Balcony, Adults ,. ...........35c " Children ....1.25c 500 BUSHELS Extra Early White Turnips for sale at 25c per bushel in five buehel lots, delivered In Union City. Thone 334-3. J. C. Cloves. 24t. The best of all cutters from the best of makers, in all styles and sizes, and for every purpose for which shears are used. j& If you want anything in the Cutlery or Hardware line, you will serve your own best interests by buying from Right Righter CITY HARDWARE & FURHITURE C0. For Good Barbers, New Fixtures and Best Accommodations ALFRED DeBOW'S Barber Shop. Becktinnt Building, Church Ktrcft, next , door to telephone office, Hot and cold bnths. Everything nent tmd clenn. Telephone 322 Arbuckles ARIOSA comes in one pound packages only, sealed tor your 1 t 1 t protection to insure your t getting the genuine old- fashioned Arbuckles ARIOSA Coffee everytime. Be real angry if they send you a substitute, which is not as good and may in time ruin your digestion and nerves. Complin with til rwuiremnt of tht NiiwmI Pin Food Law, Guuutc No. 2X1, tied u Wnbaiya, 1 9 'Old b lLbub a wb"b I-SPECIALLY EFFECTIVE IN H ST R f f II F""2M St ;OLD EVERYWHERE - RED CROSS DRUG STORK, Special Rightest ar FOR SA LEGreen Tomatoes.' Tel epnone303. j. B. Akin FOR SALE Square piano cheap jiuqujie ub whs onice. FOR RENT My residence. Apply LOST A fine Elk Charm. Finder wm please return to this onice and re ceive reward., FOR RENT 4 room cottage, newly pupereu, jj.ou. Apply Wallace, Pho iiuKiajjuer FOR SALE fUpirlsiArorf Tr witn neirer calf. Price $50. Address u 11. uodd, Union City, Tenn. FOR RENT A hno-o-v hniwfi. at.at.lc. ituu , sians, aiso a crio tor corn and hay. ADDlVtoC. M. Mathis TTninn ml., m - ' FOR RENT Nir.fi laiwnftw mnn, over Grissom'a store on First street ana wasnington avenue. Apply to wuuu iocK. au ieiepiioneomce. WANTED Reliable, e n eriretic youngman to represent Mfg. Com pany in Obion and adjoining counties. One owning team preferred. Salary or commission. Fairfax Refining Co., Cleveland, Ohio. WANTFH Vcn1 representative for XJn- ,T ' i,, ritv Twill., nni v;!,.iti. to look after renewals nnd inc-reiise subscription list of a prominent monthly tnnmzine. on a snl- Hry nnd commission bnsis. Exitericnee desimble but not necessary. iood opportunity for riitht person. Address ruousher, Box V, Station O. New York. IIELr WANTED Men or women to represent The American Magazine, edited by F,P. Dunne ("Mr. Doolcy"), Ida M. Tarbell, Lincoln Steffens, etc. Straight proposition. Good pay. Ex perience ana capital not necessary. Good opportunity. Write J. N. Trainer, 23 West 20th Street. Fair Directors. A meeting' of the directors of the West Tennessee Fair Association was held yesterday afternoon at the office of the Union City Real Estate and Insurance Co. The proceed ings were not obtainable before go ing' to press. r T PRICE S1.00 PER COTTLE Agents. 3 II w tsa ik Sa LAiTD SALS. i John P. Adams et als. vs. Maey George Adams. In obedience to a deereeof theChan cerv Court at Union City, Tenn., at its last term in the above styled cause l win on Saturday, the 16th day of November, 1907. at about 1 o'clock p. m. at the East door of the Court House in Union City, Tennessee, sell to the highest and best bidders the following de scribed tracts or mrcels of land situ ated In the 13th Civil District of Obion County and State of Tennes' see, lying immediately east of the town of Union City and on and along the nortu sine of union City and Mc Connell public road and adjoining each other and one of them adpin the corporation line or tne town or union City. The first tract is bounded as follows Beginning at a stake in said public road, the same being the S. W. corner of the 1) O. Porsley homestead tract owned by D, w. Pursley, and in Dr C. Wr Miles' N. B. line, and runs thence north witn said Pursley'sand S. Waddell's W. B. lines, 111 poles and 14 links to a stake in said Waddell's line; thence West passing a persim mon tree 87 poles to a stake in a hedge fence the E. B. line of another tract belonging to Dr. C. W. Miles; and the vv. ts. iiine or tne u. A. Adams home stead tract: thence South with said line of said R. A. Adams tract 113 poles and 10 links tn stuke in the center of said public road; thence East along the middle of said road 87 poles ana u iinKs to tne Beginning, contain ing 61.34 acres by survey. The second tract being the northern end or tne K. A. , Adams homestead place and is bounded as follows: Be ginning at a stake the N. E. corner of said tract and the N. W. corner of the D. O. Purley homestead tract with black gum, poplar and white oak pointers and runs thence West 86 noles and 20 links to a stake, the N E. corner of S. Waddell's homestead Dlace: thence South with the E. B line of said Waddell's and Dr. C. W. Miles' lands along a hedge fence 75 poles to a stake in said hedge fence; thence East passing a persimmon tree in the held 87 poles to a stake In the W. B. line of the land of S. Waddell, formerly D. O. Pursley; thence North with said Waddell's W. B. line 75 poles to the beginning, containing 40.75 acres oy survey. The third tract being the tract pur chased by K.A.Adams of J. II. Wi Jones and wife, and Is bounded as fol lows: Beginning at a stake in the Un ion City and McConnell road, the S. W. corner of B. A. Adams' homestead place and runs thence North with the W.B. line of 6ald homestead place along tne neage rence do poles and 1 link to a stake In said fence; thence West 58 poles and 16 links to a stake near the corner of the colored public school lot; tnence boutn lo poles and 15 links to a stake; thence West 18 coles to a stake formerly Patton's N E. Corner; thence South 27 poles and 4 links to a stake, N- E. corrier of a lot now owned by Geo. S. Hardy and the N. W. corner of Mrs. Reeves' lot; thence East with theN. B. line of said Mrs. Reeves' lot and Arnn's lot 14 poles to a stake the N. E. corner of said Arnn's lot; thence South 12 poles and 17 unKs to a stake in said union City and McConnell road; thence East along the middle of said road 62 poles and 8 Jinks to the beginning, con tainlng 23.74 acres by survey. Said land will first be offered for sale in three lots as above described and will then be offered as a whole, and the sale will be adopted, which in the aggregate brings the largest price. Terms: Said lands will te s61d for one-half cash and balance on credit of 10 months for which purchasers will be recfa 1 red to execute a note or notes bearing interest from day of sale with good personal security and also retain ing a lien on said lands as further se curity for payment or the same. This uct. zitn, jyo7. G. A. Gibus, C. & M. A. J. Harpole, Sol. for Compl'ts. Gymnasium. W. G. Reynolds, one of the mem bers of the Board of Education, is solicting subscriptions with which to provide the Public School with a gymnaatum, suitable and ample for 11 purposes. The citizens have al eady contributed very liberally and largly, and the prospects are that the equipment will be forthcoming. There are few men with more pub lic spirit than Walter Reynolds there are none in this country and his efforts to get a gymnasium for the school are indeed highly com mendable and the enterprise de serving. We are sellinc heavy school hose, worth 25 cents, for 10 cents. Five and 10 Cent Store. Piano Contest. Training School 10,778 Public School ... .9,529 Concert Band. 6,176 Gus Dodson '. 3,436 Baptist Church 1.876 Ella Griffin 1,057 LauriceO'Donnell .'.366 Lucile George r. 307 W. O. W.. 142 Drury Edwards. 21 K. O. T. M ,... ..,.,....10 vl a ude Vaden 2 lake Gibbs 2 nf h Wingo 1 Ovr t Johnson .... .1 P. Church.. ... ....1 Auditors Winnie May Custer, Ma me Rippy. N ot e. ConteMat t failing to ain 25 vote per week will be Iropped from list. j Use Sunshine Flour. Noue better. Interview With Lea Bolder. II. A. Compton, who is taking considerable interest in the peti tions which are being circuited in behalf of Lee Holder, paid the pris oner in jail here a visit last Wed nesday and reports that he had a very extensive conversation with the young man who is sentenced to hang Nov. 30 for the murder of bis father. Mr. Compton informs us that Holder was unusually bright and talkative and that be seemed par ticularly interested ia what was being said. . i Mr. Compton asked hint it he was satisfied with his spiritual condi tion, and Lee replied promptly and freely that he had, made hi9 peace with God and was prepared to die In answer to the question if he had at any time given expression to such a statement as that which has been circulated and reported to have been made by him to the effect that if they were going to hang him he wanted them to do it, but if not he wanted them to pardon him, he replied positively that he had never given utterance to anything of the kind. He said that be hoped Mr. Compton and others would be successful with the petitions, and that he fully appreciated the work that is being done in his behalf. He hoped also that the Governor would commute his sentence to life imprisonment. Mr. Compton was very much pleased with the interview and we publish it as he gave it to us. Next Tuesday, Oct. 29, we will make a special sale on Chinaware. Five and 10 Cent Store. Wednesday Afternoon Club. The club met Wednesday after noon with Mrs. D. A. Edwards at Whirmanta. Whist was enjoyed and prizes won first by Mrs. H. C. Stanfield, consolation by Mrs. R. M. Whipple and guest prize by Mrs. Paine Bransford. A salad and ice course was served. New pictures every 'day at the Five-Cent Theatorium. Ladies Aid Society. The Ladies Aid Society of the First Christian Church had a rally meeting at the home of Mrs. Cath ey on Ury and Exchange streets Monday afternoon. A large at tendance was present, and after the business session a program of mu sic and reading was enjoyed, in eluding a song and selection by Miss Agnes Cob.e and a song by A L. Garth. Fifty patterns of iron beds at Bell Furniture Co. Z.UU to friU.uu, each a bargain. Coon Hunt. A coon hunt in the woods sur. rounding Mount Zion was enjoyed by a party of ladies and gentlemen ast Friday night as follows: Al Brevard, Cy Brevard, Sam DeBbw, Jas. Thompson, A. L. Garth, Cato Davis, Dr. Peter Prather, John Sanders, Misses Adrian Brevard, Nannie Brevard, Sallie Kate Bre vard, Helen Thompson, Mrs. Catd Davis. Miss Pruett, of Kentucky, was the guest of honor on this oc casion. A very delightful hunt it was and a very excellent luncheon was enjoyed on the way. Bicsfest and cheapest lot of Mia sion Rockers and desks at Bell Fur niture Co. Low prices. W. C. T.U. Next meeting will be held with Mrs. Henning in the city on Fri day, Nov. 1, at 3 o'clock p. m. Reduced prices on Indian hand made clothes hampers at Bell Fur. niture Co. Bryan May Declare. Washington, Oct. 21. That Wil- iam Jennings Bryan will make his forthcoming visit to Washington the occasion of declaring his candi- acy for President is now the ac cepted understanding among those ere who are well advised of his in tentions. The Democratic leader will be in Washington from November 20vto 28. This will be close to the time of the opening of Congress. Many ot the Democratic members of the House and Senate will be here len, and Mr. Bryan will have op portunity to confer with them. While hire, Bryan will deliver th ree addresses, one at ueorge ashington University, another at a Brvan dinner at the Raleigh, and a nother at a public meeting at one of thearmonts. Get the pay cash habit, it's best. Dahkke's Cafe. i " - i 1 ; ' I j C ',. ' ; V ' . . . : . j LsdisvWa ::::;! V C We invite ladies to open .r? account with us. They will be treated with the greatest courtesy and consideration, whether their deposits arc large or small, or their trans actions few or many. A bank, account will help to encourage and promote habits of system and economy, and by paying their bills by check they get a receipt and have the correct change every time. Commercial Bank Union City. Jno. T. Walker, Presf, 0. K. Wafer, C2$i;!er. H. Dletzel, Yice-Prest. a. J. dig;;; Fine Piano and Organs FOR SALE 00 RENT Oil EASY TERMS Phone 505 Union City. 6-5-4 "enU up" rust n wnter dot silt If your dealer hnsn't. it, the Cnion City li;i!Kv -f ik furniture Co. litis. I STUYVESANT FISH j " CLAIMS VICTORY Majority of Thirty-flvo to r? Proxies, , Chicago, 111., October 22 Stuyvesant Fish gave out a Rt; ment last night in which liu c:n to have had a majority o,' V. thirty to fifty when th'' ' K proxies was abandoned v of ment says; ( . "Our victory is most gri,'iyit' and real. The best we cuulil li,iw hoped for uader Judge Ball's m-. li fted order was to prevent an tac tion of directors at the time. This has not onjy been ' accomplished, but we have also a deCnite major- it? until December 18. When, on Saturday, it became apparent to the Union Pacific party that, our majority was so large that they could not win, even if they secured the remaining proxies, their tactics for prolonging the session of the stockholders' meeting from day to day became apparent. Late Satur day night, realizing that the test interests of the , Illinois "'"Ciat'tti -Railroad demanded that the pres ent session should be closed, I au thorized the making of an agree ment between counsel, which speaks for itself. The agreement to adjourn gives me all that I cc ! ! have gained by using the prepou derance of my votes and conntit ute an acknowledgement by the Harr; , man party of their failure to now elect directors, for if they boUS more proxies than I they would uot have agreed to such an adjourn ment, but would have fecUctcd their directors to-dav and n.kd the struggle." For Sals at Right Fries. Roofing paper.buildinirpap'-r, Car pet paper, Caldwell Bvok Mors.