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fTv H fe - O Our New Fall Holiday Goods are arriving every day. AH the new things in . ... . . Bracelets Belt Pins Festoons Hat Pins and everything in gold filled and solid gold U r it yfjr Silver Novelties for Xmas and Sterling: Silver and Plated Goods, Hand-Painted China and Cut Glass for Wedding Gifts. New line of. Parasols from $5.00 to $25.00 DIAMONDS as cheap as you can buy them any- where -quality is GUARANTEED. 'E are agents for one of the BEST Engraving concerns in the United States, and take orders for Wedding Invitations Calling Cards, and Mon ogram Stationery. WE also fit Glasses and guarantee the price and the fit. We have one of the best Repair Departments in the State, and all work ig guaranteed. We have the largest and most up-to-date stock of Jewelry there is or ever was in Obion County. We ask you to call and inspect "our goods and see that we havn't made an extravagant state ment. We will be glad to show you whether you buy or not. BY buying in large quantities like we do and paying spot cash for our goods, we are able to offer you goods at prices that no other Jew eler can undersell and few can equal. We in vite comparisons on our goods and 'prices. I Not how cheap, but how good for the money, is our motto. When you buy goods from Bransford & An drews, you know you can rely on the quality. Bransford & Andrews The Dependable Jewelers & Opticians asm 4m W 4tL 10 A marriage next month. Gues who? Dr. Deberry has returned from Texas. Dr. Baucotn spent Sunday at Mc Connell. Dr. E. M. Lone was in Obion Sunday. Arthur Roberts left Tuesday for Osceola, Ark. Jas. Jones, ot Newbern, was the city Monday. Co!. Morris is greatly improved after a severe illness. Judge W. H. Swiggart went to Nashville Wednesday. j Mrs. Brewer, of Terrell, was town shopping Saturday. Miss Witherspoon, ot Nashville is to be Mrs. C. V. Jones' visitor Miss Corinne Seat returned to her home a Humboldt Tuesday J. H. Thomas and daughter, Miss Sallie, visited in Martin Monday. Miss Mamie Doyle is the guest of friends in Maury County for week. Cal. R. P. Whitesell returned yes terday from a business trip to St Louis. Mrs. Pearl Wiley and son, Harry of Number Seven, were in town Monday. ' Miss Lottie Pleasanfvisited Miss Berta Caldwell at Gibbs Monday and Tuesday. W. O. Jordan, of the Crystal country, was a business visitor in town yesterday. Miss Mamie Doyle is in Murray Ky., the guest oi Mrs. June Craw ford Johnson. Mrs. Julia Meacham, of Martin has been the guest ot Mrs. Lock hart this week. Mr. and Mrs. Benifield and daugh ter. of Fulton, visited Mrs. Fonzo Whits last week. Rev. J. L. Hudgins returned from Knoxville Thursday and will occu py his pulpit Sunday. Misses McCullough, of Obion were the guests of Miss Lottie Pleasant last week. Mesdames Parlee Harpole, Joe Harpole and Edward Harpole visit ed Union City Tuesday. Mrs. Wallace McAlister and mother were in the city visiting Mrs. Cary Tuesday. Mrs. Jno. T. Walker is visiting her mother, who is very sick at home in Centreville. Mrs. W. W. Cowden and little son, Thomas, have returned from a visit to Paducah, Ky. Mrs. Dora Reeves and son, War ren, ot Protemus, spent Saturday and Sunday in our city. W. P. Rbirers, of Waverly, has been the guest of his brothef, Bud Rogers, the past week. Mrs. Jennie Grissom will leave Thursday to visit her sister, Mrs. Barker, in St. Louis. . . . Mrs. Will Shoffner, of Nashville, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Tom Dean, on High street. : Mrs. Rebecca Brummell is at at home after a couple of months with Paducah relatives. Mrs. D. E. Penick and daughter, Virginia, returned to-day from Nashville and Clarksville. , rjR. M. McDaniel, of the country north of Troy, was a very pleasant business caller here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Johnson, of Spout Spring, were guests of W. T. Russell and wife Sunday. Mrs. Robt Brown, after a very nleasant visit in Union City, has l returned to Longview,' Tex. Miss kiddie Lewis, of Benton County, was the Sunday guest of Mrs. Henry Moss, of Pleasant Val ley- ' ; Mrs. A. J. McClain and two daughters are quite ill with ta irriooe at llieir home on Third street. Mrs. Wm. Askens, of this city, and Mrs. J. FT. Moffat, of Troy, left Thursdav for Casker, Ky., to visit the family of D. M. Whitaker. Mesdames Nailling and Green this week visited their mother, who is at the home of ber daughter, Mrs. W. Z, Massengill, at Harris. J. W. Maddox, fdrmerly a citizen of State Line country, is now locat ed at Abilene, Tex., a growing lit tle city south of Fort Worth, Tex. The Bank of Confidence is all right. The banks of Obion County are all right. The people of this section have plenty and are happy. See the magnificent and bewil in? scenery in Porter J. White's big production of Faust at Reynold Ooera House Monday night, Nov 11. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Kirov, of Fulton, havetakena e in south east town. Mr. Kirn .s engaged as compositor with lp Commer cial. The subject for the men's meet ing Sunday is "How to realize the presence of Christ, John, 15-23 Services held at the Christian church at 3 30. All cordially invit ed. J. H. Hinshaw, residing lately in the vicinity of Woodland Mill moved last month to Hayti, Mo. He will locate there and writes us to forward his paper. We wish him well. Hollis B: Horner and family, of Lake Countv. have located in Un ion City on Fifth street. Mr. Hor ner was formerly engaged in saw milling. We extend them a wel come to Union City. W. J. Waeslef, a most excellent gentleman and a well known citt zen ot Number Seven, was in town Saturday and around looking after his annual reading matter. Mrs. Anna B.Morgan, accompa nied by her daughter, Misses Bessie and Annie James, left Monday for a short visit to Mrs. Morgan's sis ter, Mrs. Ada Glass, at Sharon. Geo. W. Robinson has rtturned from St. Thomas Hospital, much improved in health and strength. His friends are numerous and they take great pleasure in his recovery. It is November. It will be quite a'strenuous month. The schedule a few weddings," a legal hanging, - special term of Circuit Court, the Carmacif lecture, etc. not to men tion the attractions at the Reynolds playhouse. 'Life a Guardian Angels: or, Father, Home, Heaven" will be the subject for the sermon at the First Christian Church Sunday night by the pastor. J. J. Castleberry. This will be the first of a series of four special addresses to be delivered on Sunday nights during November, These services, while helpful to all, will be of special interest to men Mr. Lydwell Garner will render a solo Sunday night and the service begins at 7.15 o'clock. The public is cordially invited to attend one and all of these services. The reg ular morning service will be held Sunday at 11 o'clock. Such beautiful things in new fur niture at Bell Furniture Co. Fatally Wounded. Alfred Stone, who was wounded last week, died at home in this city yesterday. He was a young man, probably twenty years of age. His father, A. J. Stone, is dangerously 11 with typhoid fever. You've tried the rest, now try the best Sunshine Flour Indiana Bankers. F. O. Watts, President of the First National Bank, has returned from Indianapolis, Ind., where he delivered an address on "Currencv" before the Convention of the Indi ana makers Association, wnicn was held at that place. Nashville American. , RHEUMATIC FOLKS. Are You Sure Your Kidneys Are Well? Many rheumatic attacks are due to uric acid In the blood.. But the duty of the kidneys Is to remove all uric acid from the blood. Its presence there shows the kidneys are Inactive. Don't dally with "uric acid solvents." You might go on till doomsday with them, but until you cure the kidneys you will never get well. Doan's Kid ney Pills not only remove uric acid, but cure the kidneys and then all dan ger from uric acid is ended, nere is Union City testimony to prove it. , f.. nr. IT TTilMjma "11 VnrfTi Divison St., Union City, Term., says For some time rheumatism has given me all kinds of suffering and annoy ance. me acnes were largely in nd tbrouehmv shoulders and shout der blades. Trying several remedies without ou.'i. l was recently in duced to use Doan's Kidney Pills, and procured them at the Ued Cross Drua store. I have so far used only one box but have experienced great re lief from the pains and nave also round that thpv have curl fled and enriched mv blood bv removing the uric acid from my system, giving ray whole sys tem strengtn ana tone, i can 'out peak favoraoie or iwn s Kianey s and continuing tneir use ana ave hope of being entirely cured of iy rheumatism." For sale by all alers. I rice M cents, j-ostcr-Miu- burn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole irentsfor the United .States. Re member the uame-DoHns-and take no other. Society Wednesday Afternoon. The Wednesday afternoon Club was entertained this week in honor ot Mrs. Robt Brown by Mrs. Hun ter Griffin. The games of whist and dominoes were played, the whist pjize, a hand- painted plate, being won by Mrs. Harris Parks, the prize in dominoes, a cut glass eyelet tray, by Mrs. Hunter Elam The consolation prize was from consolidation of bjth games. This was done by supplying names for the different kinds of work in pitch work quilting. Miss Lucile George was the winner. A salad course was served. Linen Shower. Mrs. tS. L. Dodds gava linen shower Tuesday evening at Hick man in honor of Miss Irene Am berg, who was married Wednesday night. The rooms were illuminat ed with many lights and beautiful ly decorated with plants and c flowers. A screen was placed in a corner ot the room ana tne unen gifts placed back of it. Miss Am berg had a long rod and fished the linen pieces out. There were about seventy-five guests present. Re freshments of cream and cake were served. The cream was frozen in the shape of bridal slippers, con taining bags of rice tied with pink ribbons. Mrs. McKeel, ef May field, Ky., and Miss Daisy Cline, of Eaton, O., were the out-of-town guests. Miss Amberg was the re cipient of many handsome pieces of linen. In Nashville. A wealth of pretty guts was showered upon Miss Jennie Belle Pollard at a linen shower given for her Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. Jor dan Stokes, Jr., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Warren on Twelfth street. Fall foliage and chrysan themums decorated the rooms used for entertainment, where the pres ents were delivered by the little ex press messengers, Frances and Jor dan Stokes, children of the host ess. Refreshments were served af ter the presentation. The pretty honoree word a charm ing trousseau gown ot blue cloth combined with white lace, and the hostess was in gray aud crimson silk. Nashville American. Mrs: Preston Entertains. Mrs. Fred W. Preston entertain ed ouite a number of her friends Friday evening. Music by Prof. Ownby, Miss Killough and Mrs. Joe Sherrill was much enjoyed. Re freshments consisted of cream, cake and ices. Mrs. Sherrill was the honoree. Review Club. The Review Club met this week with Mrs. D. A. Edwards. The essoo was a continuation of the magazine study, embracing Amer ican history, treating of the North American Indian. Mrs. H. T. But- er led. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Geo. S. Hardy. At Home. Prof. Nute and wife, entertained the school faculty Thursday even- ng from 6 to 11. An elegant din ner of seven courses was served. Who is Your Banker? We want to remind you (I) that the First National is a national bank, and as such is under the special supervision of the United States Government; (2) that it is the only national bank in Obion County; (3) that it is the oldest bank ia Obion County; (4) that it s the largest bank in Obion County: (5 that it has larrer surplus and prof t thR AT ot'1? r MiV )ti OV"" County; (6) that it furnishes to its depositors the largest security of any bank in Obion County; (7) that it has $213,000 in deposits; (8) that its total resources are mere than $340,000, and (9) that its liberality and fair and generous treatment of its patrons (and frequently to those not its patrons) is unsurpassable, extraordinary and worthy of more than a passing- remark. Every statement herein made is not made 'n any vaunting or boastful spirit but because it is true to the letter and capable and suscptible of sworn 1o documentary proof offered by the First National through any of it omcers. rninic over rnese things soberly and candidly when you go to choose your DanKer ana to select a secure piacc 10 acpusu your money. ' ,,- If TT a . I. hirtr' JLJk iJt AJl JLX UL k - vj JL 1 1 it T n We have just placed on our shelves the handsomest selection of SI ; si u that has ever been shown in the town. The stock consists of all the latest models and designs known to the sculptor's art. Ask to see the large mission clock, also the busts of Stonewall Jackson and Robt. E. Lee. They make beautiful gifts, suitable for wedding presents. o OUR Hand-Painted China can be equaled by none town anywhere, both as to decorations and prices. An inspection of our stock will convince the most fastidious. . We Garry Only American Gut Glass. It cannot be surpassed in design or brilliancy. Our prices are right. Our Wedding Rings are the only salvation for the unmarried. They are guaranteed full 18 karat gold. , - Our Clock Department is second to none. Correct prices. All are guar anteed for a year. Our Line of Jewelry comprises everything known to the up-to-date manufacturer, in Brooches, Lockets, Belt Pins, Veil Pins, Beauty Pins in fact, any thing you may desfre. Popular Music 12oC Per 'Copy.'' Wallace W. Moore The Up-to-Date 11 FOR SALE Square piano cheap: Inqutr at this office. FOR RENT My residence.. Apply to Mrs. Annie Klstner. FOR RENT Five room rattasreon Harrison. Apply to Claude Whitley. FOR RENT 4 room cottage, newly papered, $7.50. Apply Wallace, Pho tographer. FOR SALE Registered Jersey Cow with heifer calf. Price 50. Address 1 q II. O.bN. ri!in C-. Tenn. LOST-White Chrocheted Shawl on "Jvea and Union City road Saturday, Jet. 28. Any Information will be U'ankfully received. Notify telephone 24. 500 BUSHELS Estr F.ily White Turnips tor sale at 25c per bushel in five bushel lot, delivered In Union City. Phone 334-3. J. C. Cloyes. 29 41. LOST Ladies Gold Watch. Closed face, 16 jewel, Elgin movement. Lost between W. i. Reynolds and Dahnke'sCafe. Engraved on back, tie ward to finder. Return to this office. W5NTELT yftrt rci'rt'MMUHlive lor I u ioa City. Tenn.. nml vicinity to lk after retif wn! nnil incpene titlwriptiott list of a prominent monthly TiiHi?ninc. nn a rv and commission li. Extrence deainiMe but not n-cmry. otixirtiiiiity for riiftt jwrnon. Aalrt Publisher, Bo f. Slutton O, Vgrk. m ii si t y Jeweler ICIclncyantl Bladder Diseases It has been estimated that ninety cer cent of the people have either people i a madder or iane y trouoie. NumenJui remedies have been nlaced on the market for the cure of these diseases, none of which compares with DR. NOTTS RELCM-SEED e-OMPorxn KIONCYANO BLADDER REMEDY It is skillfully prepared, con taining the active principle of melon-seed long and favorably known to phvf icians as Nature s curative for Kidney and Bladder d!;er?, omMnfd with the most effective drugs kwwn to uiodern science. It never fails to cure where directions are followed. Druggists sell it at 60 cts. and ti per bottle. Manufactured by the HESsta-ELLts onua CO. Msmphls, Tsnn. Guaranteed undf the pora Food and Drug Act ct June SJ, 1VU6. The family medicine in thousand of hom for 52 yeart Dr. Thacher'a Live nd Blood Syrup, .