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LOCAL AMD PERSONAL. .
Mrs. Arnett Thompson visited Jackson last week Homer White goes to Georgia to work as a dispatcher. Mrs. Joe Nailling, of Cayce, was a visitor in the city Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Pearson, of Martin, were in the city Monday. Mr. Foster French, of Cairo, was liere last week visiting-his family. Mrs. S. W. Godwin went to Co lumbia last week to visit relatives. Born this week to Mr. an d Mrs. , Frank Wehman, a pretty baby girl. Attorney Tilman Burnett, of Tip tonville, was into the city last Sun " day. . Hon. Geo. R. Kenney was in Memphis this week on a business trip. J. L. Mosier went to Lauderdale County Tuesday on a business trip. ! Mrs. Walter Howell visited par ents and friends at Kenton this week. E. S. Cravens, of Eskridge, Miss., is in the city in the Morris Tele graph School. Miss Ninnie Barksdale has re turned from Paducah to spend the winter at home. Mr, and Mrs. Geo. Dahnke are the parents of a very fine baby girl, born this week. Matt Wise, of Dyersburg, was in the city last week visiting old-time friends in Union City. Miss Bessie Glasscock went to Memphis last week to visit Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Radebaugh. Mrs. Will King, of Memphis, was here last week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Smoot. Mrs. Jas. Reaves and Miss Re becca Cashon were in the city last week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Will Walters. Mrs. Gill Burton, of Tuscumbia, Ala , was here last week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Andrews. Lee Hartman, ot St. Louis, was in the city last week as a guest of his friend, H. T. Robinson. Mr. Hartman represents a wholesale woolen goods bouse. Missis Mayuie Nay lor, LotoCav itt and Edna Carpenter, of Hick man, were in the city as visitors last Saturday. Messrs. O. Dircks. C. T. Moss and Paine Bransford, of the local lum ber dealers, attended a meeting in Jackson Saturday. Miss Maggie Johnson entertained the pupils of her Sunday school class and a number of friends at a picnic last Saturday. W. D. Bramham has returned from Roswell, New Mex., improved in health and strength, and his friends are pleased to see him back. , Mrs. Wm. McKean Hubbard, af ter a visit here to her p ar ents and her sister at Hickman, has return ed to her home in Fort Worth, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Alexander, of Rochester, N. Y., are in the city visiting the home of Major and Mrs. W. L. Alexander, Mr. Alex ander's parents. H. T. Robinson was in Nashville this week to meet the Grand Ex alted Ruler, B. P. O. E., John K. Tenor, who is making a trip South. Mr. Robinson is District Deputy pf this district. ; y ' Sheriff Finch went to Kenton Saturday and collected State and county taxes to the amount of about $200 from a carnival company. It seems the company had been opera- tiug several days without license. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Cobb are now located in Union City on Church street. Mr. Cobb has been here for several months as junior member of Swiggart & Cobb law firm. Mrs. Cobb is a daughter ot Mr. Moran, one of Weakley County's foremost citizens, A warm welcome is ex tended. By request, Rev. L. G. Landen berger, the New Church preacher at St. Louis, will deliver the sermon on "The Heaven there is not and the Heaven there is" which he deliver ed on his' last visit in Sanders' Chapel, Southwest of Union City, on Sunday morning, Nov. 3, at 11 o'clock. Evening service in the New Church house of worship in the city, subject, "The Peace the Lord gives.', Swellest line of hand painted par lor tables at Bell Furniture Co. i ti a 1 1' A t-T-e Vs w-. Mr . o 0 0 O o o O 0 j 0 O . 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0' 0 0 We sell the Cadet Stocking with linen knees, heels and toes nothing better made. 1 i )) o iiiLslil. American Beauty Corsets nothing better made. Perfect in shape and (it. W ' Wash Dress Goods Quite a selection, in both plain and fancy plaids. Plaid Silk for waists. Cloak Department One of the most complete and tip-to-date lines in this stock everything new loose fitting or semi fitted backs. Op Millinery Department. CERTAINLY no past season has been so productive of hat models, which in their richness and adorning beauty of design and extreme splendor of color and contrast they seem to have struck the highest note of refined elegance. The best and cheapest found here. Miss Leila Burgess, of Gage, Bros. & Co., Chica go, has charge of this Department. Mrs. Ollie Miller, in charge of our Tailoring Department, well known to all, has just returned from the East, and would be pleased to meet her friends. ERE IS the broadest possible collection of novelty and stapledress goods in t" fV.ir tk li'mJtc rvf rrrnA tictf ic miccinrr frntn rir foil ! tllV. Ull i JL 1 - Ll lit 1 )V 1 llllll LllVu itiiiikij vy V UlbOV U 1111 JOI Jl ll Ulll J l lull collection, and much that is shown is exclusive in weave and pattern with us. The ! facts will appeal forcibly to dressmakers and costumers. All the new styles in ! worsteds are here. London Tailor Stripes, strictly in the most correct color com- V binations; medium weights; comes in black and brown, blue and green, wine and jj black, black and bronze, and congo brown ; also in Pekin stripes and Tartan checks p. Lace Department Forty-five inch Fancy Lace Nets, figured and dotted; many new French effects, suitable for jj- WAISTS OR ENTIRE T COSTUMES Full Line of Silk Petticoats- 4 : i i t 1 ooooooooooooooooooooooooooosoooooooooooooooooooooooo: MciVJicSiad Drag Co Thousands of dollars worth of new goods just received. Call and see us. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT mpaimy The Biggest Line of Drugs, Druggists' Sundries, Toilet Articles, Perfumes, Stationery, Etc, to be found in this City, Telephone 223 ? Free Delivery in Union Cily Bought Homo in Union City. Ferrell Rogers, one of the leading- citizens of VVaverly a'nd Hum phreys County, has bought the W. R. Webster home on South First street. The house was built some fifteen years ago by Arch White, whose family occupied it or a num ber of years. Mr. Rogers has sold his farm at Waverlyand has invest ed in land adjoining Union City. The family will move here and no citizens will be more welcome. Fifty patterns of iron beds at Bell Furniture Co. $2 00 to $30.00, each a bargain. To O. J. Watson Place. Robert R.'Neel, Esq., has bought and moved to the Charles Watson place near Union City where he will enter the truck business. We heart ily recommend Mr. Neel to his new neighbors. He is quiet, careful, in dustrious and as honest, reliable and conscientious a man as we know and that is saying a good deal. News-Baaner. Marriage. Mr. Sidney Phipps and Miss Car rie Purviss, of the Wolverine com munity near Troy, were married on the 16th instant, Rev. J. W. Joner officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Morris, where the groom had made his home, gave them a sumptuous supper to which Bro. Joyner and many other friends were invited. -Newt-Banner. ' Public School. Supt. Nute reports the public school enrollment reaching 712 pu pils, more than one hundred larger lhau it was year ago, and much greater still the record of absences is less than one-half of what they were for the same period last year. The High and Grammer schools are both doing Sne work. You've tried the rest, now try the best Sunshine Flour Bought Farm. Dr H.,T. Bulter has bought the Hinemon farm lying north of Union City. The farm contains 150 acres and is a good investment. The Truckers. The Union City .Truck Growers Association held a meeting last Saturday and adopted by-laws. A number of additional acres were listed in trucking next year. , The next meeting will be held at the City Hall on Monday, Nov. 4, the first Monday in November. Fifty patterns of iron beds a, Bell Furniture Co. $2 00 to ?30.00t each a bargain. Marriages. L. C. Dalton and Jessie Brown. Chas Vaughn and Emma Stephen. Geo. Datueron and Mary Rutledge. K. F. Thompson and Sallle Pryor. E. J. Neale and Clarice Scholes. "Allum Crawderand BeuJah Burness J. W. Thorn and Georgia llornbeak. Bradley Halford and Versle Wade. Joe Walls and Vera Busharl. Walter M. Prown and Miss Alma Ilayden. John Vicent and A Me Campbell. Root Williams and Fannie Baty. B. F. Howard and Miss Annie Bell Walker. ' ' - ..'. Swellest line parlor furniture ev- cr at ueii r urnuure co. Election Notice. We the Election Commissioners of Oblou County Tenn., do here by call an election to be held Sat urday, Nov, 30, 1907, at the various voting precincts in the different districts of said county for the pur pose ot determining whether Obion County shall issue one hundred thousand dollars in bond, the nrn. ceeds lrom the said bonds to be is sued in building 6teel bridges in said county. J. A. Whipple, Chair., J. C. Burdick, Sec, A. K. Wells. Obion Co. Election Commissioner. I Howard-Walker. Benj. F. Howard and Miss Anna Bell Walker were quietly married last Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, Mr', and Mrsi D. N. Walker, on Ex change street. Only a few intimate friends were present. Mr. Howard is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Howard, a young man of the stalwart type and pop ular character. He is engaged with his brother, Herman E. Howard, in the grocery business on Washing ton avenue, one of the most attract ive stores in the city. Mrs. How ard is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Walker and a sister of Mrs. Herman Howard. She has the charm of grace and character and is accomplished and popular in many ways. . The ceremony was 6aid by Rev. J. J Castleberry, of this city. Swellest line of hand pai nted par lor tables at Bell Furniture Co. Brown-Haydon. Walker M. Brown, formerly of Los Angeles, Cal., but recently of Chattanooga,. Tenn., and Miss Al ma Haydon were married at the home of the bride's parents on Ex change street in this city on Satur day, October 26, at noon. The wedding was quiet and in formal, only a few friends being present as witnesses. The bride has been known as a popular belle and a Bocial favorite in Union City for some time. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Haydon, and enjoys her distinc tions with modesty and good grace. She is worthy of the homage and esteem of her friends. Mr. Brown iw a civil and mechanical engineer, located at present in Chattanooga. He has visited Union City for some time and is reasonably well known here. The ceremony was by Rev. Cas tleberry said, the bride beautiful in a gray traveling suit, the couple leaving immediately after the cere mony for Chattanooga. PKOTEMUS. Jim Wells is all smiles it's a girl. Claude Grady was in this burg Monday. Arthur Caldwell was at this place Thursday. ... Nannie Love, of Liberty, was in our burg Saturday. Jim Blackman was the guest of Torn Davis Sunday. Bob Barnes, of Liberty, was in this burg Saturday. John Covington, of Crystal, was in our community Friday. . Tom Noah, of Union City, was in our community Saturday. Arthur Brown is visiting his sis ter, Mrs. John R. Little, this week. W. P. Stubblefield and wife at tended church at Ebenezer Sunday. Miss Vallie Wilson, of Possum Trot, was the guest of Vernie Gar rison Sunday. Frank Farris passed through here Monday en route to his home in Union City. . ' Cotton, cotton, cotton, is all there is to be seen on the Troy road, 15 to 25 loads per day. Misses Effie and Willie Davis and Ofel Wall were the guests of Miss Mamie Sanders Saturday. Mrs. Lizzie Killion and Mrs. An na Wilson visited cntr vvau ana family at Kedron Saturday. Card ot Thanks. We wish to exoress our trratitude to our many friends who so kindly assisted us during the last illness of our dear father. Mrs. Cassie Isbell, Mrs. Bessie Cloar, Mrs. Jennie Cloar, J. Elbert Campbell, Bob Wesley Campbell. RIVES. John Malcolm is very sick at this writing. Miss Agnes Palmer is visiting Miss Ola Petty. Miss Flora Agnew is visiting rel atives at Protemus. George F. Botts was on the lake the first of the week. Rev. and Mrs. E. P. Lindsay were in Union City Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Byrd are vis iting relatives in Fulton. Dr. E. H. White was called down on the lake last Sabbath profes sionally. Mrs. Jane Wade and daughter, Miss Martha, were in Union City shopping Friday. Mrs. Holland Bittick leaves Mon day morning for a several weeks visit in Paris, Texas. Miss Willie Caudle visited Misses Ruby and Nell Raymer at Moscow the latter part of the week.fc . Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Callicott, of Pleasant Hill, spent Sunday with Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Thomas. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter McGowan was buried in Stovall's cemetery Sunday after noon. Mr. and Mrs. Henry McElwain, ot Union City, visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter McGowan Saturday and Sunday. The Woman's Board Day, which was observed at the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, was a success in every particular. Maria. For the serious diseases that at tack the kidneys, Prickly Ash Bitters is an unfailing remedy. Relieves backache, swelling of the feet and persistent headache symptoms which indicate kidney trouble. ' Transfers. Joe W. Scearce to Bonnie Buchanan et al, 38 acres In No.fi, $2,020. W. M. Wilson to T. L. Bransford 1 1 al, 5 lots In Obion, $335. , W.E. Alexander to W. F. Alexander, Interest In land in No. 7, $3.10. Turner rarKs to Jienry Jacobs, lot iu Union City, $290. D. M. Alexander to W. F. Alexan der, Interest In land in No. 7, G. B. White and wife to Feline But ler, lot In Union City, 1270. O, J. Cunny to J. II. Walker, land In No. 5, $500. E. M. DeMyers et al. to S. A. Key, 28 acres In No. 1,81,350. Sylvester A. Key and wife to James W. Sauiruous, 28 acres in No. 1, $1,000. B. S. Johnson and wife to Oscar C. and 1J. E, Williams, lot lo No. 5, 1800. 8. II. Lawe to W. B. Moody, 25 acres In No. 6, $1,300. W. D. Slioi t and wife to B.T. John son, lot in No. 5, $750. W. S. Ellison to J. B. Graham, 200 acres In No. 4, $3,000. J. M. Cook and wife to Davy Crook ett, 202 acres In No. , $7,150. N. J. Compton to R. A. Coin p ton, lot In Union City, $800. Davis Lawreuce and wife to W. Z. Berry, 40 acres in No. 11, $1,750. S. A. Lancanter et al. to Laura M. Lancaster et al, interest In lot iu Union City, $175. Rebeccah A. Ross et al. to Laura M. Lancaster, interests In lots In Union City, $175. , Lucy Edwards to G. S. Joyner and Son, 12 acres tn No. 3, $100. VVANTPf) Ic,,, wrewntiitiv for to " iim City. Tenn . and vicinity to look after renewal ami itit miM tulinrrtptuiii lint of a prominent monthly tnagaiine, on unl ary and mmmiwioa Exnrrirm dfairat.le tint not cet-enry. Gv1 opportunity hT ri(M liernon. AUdreita I'ublinlier, lio SV, SUiliim if. New York. HELP WANTED Men or women' to represent The American MaicaKinn, edited by F,I Dunne ("Mr. DooJey"), Ida M, Tarbell, Lincoln Steffetm, etc. Straight proposition. Good pay. Ex perience and capital n"t oeceary. (food opportunity. Write J. N, Trainer, li Wen 20tk Street. FOR SALE-Siuartf-piano che.-ip. Inquire at this oilice.