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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Hog- killing weather is ripe. II. M. Goldea went to Fulton Tuesday. Rev. W. S. Long was in the city this week. Dr. J. B. Adkerson, of Rives, was in town Tuesday. Col. W. M. Dismukes has been visiting' in Memphis. Vernon Watson, of Memphis, was a Sunday visitor in the city. Mr. Hunsaker, of St. Louis, was here with his family Fridaj. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Jackson are at home from Colorado Springs. Miss Mary Lawsoa has returned home, after a visit t3 Arkansas. Dr. White and T. J. Bonner, of Rives, were in the city Tuesday, Mrs. Win Askins and Mrs. J. R. Moffatt have returned fromJCasky, Ky. Rev. H. B. Johnston went to An nual Conference at Humboldt Tues day. N. B. Phipps, a well known citi zen of Fulton, was in the city Sat urday. Arch Caruthers and party were here from Hickman Sunday auto mobiling. ' Swellest line parlor furniture ev er at Bell Furniture Co. Don't miss seeing the funniest Irishman on the stage, up-to-date, Jerry from Kerry. Mayor Jno. D. Killion, of Prote mus, was here Monday night, look ing on at the show. J. W. Thorn last , week bought thejjW. D. Bramham place and will move in from Woodland. Decorate your table with fruits, celery, etc., tronr Dabnkes. Go see Jerry from Kerry. It is the greatest laughing treat of your lifetime. Don't miss it. Miss Linnie Hunsaker, of St. Louis, has been a visitor here with her aunt, Mrs. Semones. Miss Una Marshall, who is at tending school at Martin, was with homefolks Saturday and Sunday. Use Bell's furniture polish, sold at 25cts a bottle and guaranteed by Bell Furniture Co. ' Tittsworth and Pink went to Reelfoot Lake Arthur Marshall this week. E. W. Stovall, affood citizen of Rives, was a pleasant caller here Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. Virgil Moore, of Newbern, were visitors in the city this week. Misa Mary Porter, of Seijingfield, is in the city visiting her sister, Mrs Castleberry F. W. Moore went to Nashville , last week to visit a brother who was very sick. Miss Zerle Hankins, of Martin, was in the city this week visiting Mrs. Burcbard. - Mrs. A. L. Brevard is visiting Norfolk and the Jamestown Expo sition this week. Don't fail to see the great acro bats, Campbell and Fletcher, with Kerry Company, Don't fail to see and hear the uni formed band and orchestra ot solo musicians with the Jerry from Ker ry Co. Mrs. Jas. D. Porter, of Nashville, is in the city visiting her parents, Judge and Mrs. Swiggart, on Main street. Misses Anna Outeni Iva Adams, Marguerite Fuqua accompanied by Warren Ellison were over to see Faust Monday night. Mrs. W. J. Beauchamp and Miss Mabel Stovall, who live northeast of the city, in the Second District, are reported quite sick. Use Sunshine Flour. None better. Mrs. M. W. Robinson, Miss Effie Perkins, Miss Cora Anderson, Miss Be u lab. Hedgcock and Miss Allie Anderson," of Martin, were in the city Saturday. News comes from Paducah that Vireil Sherrill has been elected Councilman. Don't understand why Paducah citizens should treat Vir gil so: he was a very fine fellow here. Josh Mitchell and family, of Diel- stadt, Mo., are moving back to this country in the Bethlehem neigh borhood., They have been in Mis souri for a number of years. Their friends here extend a hearty wel come. New York Oysters, the best for Thanksgiving, at Dahnkes. 0 o o 0 0 o O 0 o o o 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 f 0 0: 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 . V- m . w mi . W -V-f VVUV vf V V V V! w" l t.! '. V' U .i"ZJX WW w We sell the Cadet Stocking with linen knees, heels and toes nothing better made. vmM American Beauty Corsets nothing better made. Perfect in shape and fit. New Bz T"" ft s LJERE IS the broadest possible collection of novelty and staple dress goods in mv- wty. iiuiiuu witiiiii niv- luiino ji guuu UlMt i& HUbbiH JIUII1 JUT 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 binations; medium weights; comes in black and brown, blue and green, wine and black, black and bronze, and congo brown ; also in Pekin stripes and Tartan checks- Wash Dress Goods Quite a selection, in both plain and fancy plaids. Plaid Silk for waists. Cloak Department One of the most complete and up-to-date lines in this stock everything new loose fitting or semi fitted backs. Lace Department Forty-five inch Fancy Lace Nets, figured and dotted; many new French effects, suitable for WAISTS OR ENTIRE COSTUMES Full Line of Petticoats- Silk Our Mill inery 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. L 0 0 0 O o a a o O o a O O o o 0 O O 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 000000000000000000000000000100000000000000000000000000 mug Company Thousands of dollars worth of new goods just received. Call and see us. . OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT The Biggest Line of Drugs, Druggists' Sundries, Toilet Articles, Perfumes, Stationery, Etc., to be found in this City. Telephone 223 Free Delivery in Union City Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Stanfield. who have been living1 in the home with Mr. StanGeld's mother on College street, have located on the opposite side of the street, where they are now keeping house. Mr. Steve Harris has purchased from Dr. II, T. Butler, administra tor, the house located near the col lege, belonging to the S. W. Godwin estate, and occupied by J. L. Haguewood and family. Mr. Harris will repaint and improve the place and at an early date will move his family here. Mr. Haguewood will move back to Kutherford in a few weeks. iron beds at Fifty patterns Bell Furniture Co, each a bargain. of $2.00 to $30.00, 0. P. Church. Splendid audience last Sunday both mormnsr and eveninjr. The prayer meeting is the most vigorous and interesting department ot the work of its congregation just now. Regular services next Sunday and every member is urgently requested to make and offering for Synodical Missions. Why not attend Sunday School? Try it and see if you don t like it. Such beautiful things in new fur niture at Bell Furniture Co. Happen to Think of It. What are you laughing at?" we eaidto a fellow this morning with a broad grin on his lace, so broad that it made the top ot his head look like an island surrounded by mouth. What in the world are you laugh ing at?" "I was just thinking of that show I saw at the opera bouse last night, Jerry and Kerry. Rey nolds Opera House to-night. Bilious? Feel heavy after dinner? Tongue coated? Bitter taster? Com plexion sallow? Liver need waking up. Doan'g Keguletd cure biliousat tacks.' 25 cents at any drug store." Faust. Many such tragedies as the "Gladiator," -Richard III," "Riche lieu" are remembered only with the (names of Forest, Booth and Mc- Cullough. The comedies are still of a more infinite variety, and such plays as "Lord Dundreary," Our American Cousin," and even a later one known as "Col. Mullberry Sel lers," associated with the name of John T. Raymond, have been heard by very few of those now living. They are seldom revived. "Rip Van Winkle" lived with Joe Jefferson for half a century, but it has fadeed from the limelight. It is not even probable that the younger Jefferson will be able to put enought life in "Bob Acres" to keep him going. They all have their day. So do the play e r s, but Goethe's immortal "Faust" seems to haye more vitality than many of them. Lewis Morrison found al most a life time occupation in the play, and probably he has been seen as Mephisto as many times as any other, impossible. She may have been ill. Even so, the day has passed when people of her years will attempt such parts as Marguerite. Half a century ago it was admissible not now. Ellen Terry and Modjeska have been known to attempt such a thing. Even Sara Bernhardt defies old age, but her audiences grow wearyef the warmed over passion, so much so that on a recent visit in the East she did not swoop the box office receipts so easily. True the talent must be there, but there must be the fire of youth to ade quately compensate the author and the audience. Wanted Everybody to know that Will Walters has a brand new refrigerator, meat chest and market where all kinds of meats are sold. The Truckers. The Union City Truckers Asso ciation met again last Saturday and a board of directors was elect ed as follows: Geo. Dahnke, Sam Alexander, Ben Akin, E. T. Apple- Everybody remembers gate, T. R. Reynolds, Gus White, Morrison's "Faust," and they re member a production which was in tensely interesting.' Some years ago a fellow named Labadie under took to essay the role of Mephisto before a Union City audience. The show and the man's acting were not entitled to serious comment. The Porter J. White production. however, is a little more palatable. W. G. Reynolds. Business was .transacted, but 70 acres only were represented. These signed for plants, The books are in S. S. Alexander's hands at the Deering building and unless those who expect to put in tomatoes and cabbage sign tor plants in a few days they can not get them. If you want plants come to Mr. Alex- The company has some creditable ander at the Deering building and scenes and accessories which amel iorate very largely sometimes the deficiencies of a cast. Mr. Rich ards' Mephisto was effective, though his coloring was a little too broad. If he could forget himself a little more and live in the part he might do well. Much the same might be said of Mr. Wilson's Faust. They are both capable of doing good; sign tor teem, come at once, gentlemen, and don't put the mat ter off. It will soon be too late. The next regular meeting will be held on the first Monday in December. work. Miss Verne's Marguerite is! sup, Conn "Generally debilitated fur years. Had sick headache,' lacked ambition, wa worn out and all run down, liur dock Blood Bitters made me a well woman." Mrs. Chas. Frietoy, Moo- Received Appointment. j Fulton, Ky., Nov. 11. One of the longest and hardest fought legal battles in the history of Fulton's court came to a close when Judge Bugg reported his decision in favor of plaintiffs, in the case C. E. Rice et al. against L. W. Graham etal. Judge Bugg ordered a receiver ap pointed to take charge of the Ful ton Electric Light & Power Co. at once, in the place of L. W. Graham, former manager. R. iVl. Chowning cashier of the first National Bank of Fulton, was agreed upon and was appointed receiver, being plac ed under a $5,000 bond by the court. Mr. Chowning took charge at once. Get our prices on furniture, mat ting, rugs, window shades, wall paper. Lowest prices guaranteed. Bell Furniture U). f none m PROTEMUS. FREMONT. -v Miss Lilly Clay, of Union City, visited Misses Ruth and Dixie Caldwell last week. Mrs. Nellie Snow entertained her young friends with a grapbophone entertainment Saturday night. Chaperoned by Brice Rone and wife the following young people en joyed ao o'possum hunt Thursday night; Verne Council, Dixie Cald well, Lillie Clay, May Caldwell, Mary Roberts, Ruth Caldwell, May Norrid. Flora Roberts, Roger Caldwell, Virtle Boston, Cleveland Council, Lee Norrid, William Cook, Dotas Roberts, Clyde Maupin, Sid Caldwell, Ben Roberts, Walter Mc- Murray, Lexie Caldwell, Glover Ferrell, Noel Caldwell, George Boston, Georgie B. Caldwell. Three o'possums were caught. laborers rely on Dr. Thomas' Ecleetric Oil. Takes the fctiutf out of cuw, hiirns or hruis at once. Pain can uft stay where it Is used. Jim Isbell is all smiles; it's a girl. Mrs. Mary Tooley was the guest of Mrs. J. C. Sanders Sunday. Mrs. Groome, of Woodland Mills, is visiting her son, Sam, this week. G. C. Kilgore, of Cape Girardeau Mo., visited R. E. Cashdollar Sun- day- , Dr. R. A. Napier is home again after a few weeks visit to Union City. Miss Ofell Wall was the guest of Miss Cammie Caldwell Wednesday night. Mrs. Hardy Brown, of Kedron, visited her daughter, Mrs. John K. Little, Monday. Mesdames Lizzie Killion and An na Wilson were the guests of Mrs. Minnie Cherry Sunday. Mrs. Forest Cloar, of Fremont, was the guest of her brother, Jim Isbell, and family Friday. Mesdames Jim Killion and Greene, of Fremont, were , guests of Mrs. Watt Cherry. We are very glad to learn that Miss Rosa Greene, who has been very low with typhoid fever, i im proving, Mr. Freman and wife, of Crystal, went through here Tuesday enroute to visit their daughter, Mrs. Emma Williams, of Tallys, and Mesdames Thea Ferrell and Ethlene Oakley, of Fremont, were the guests ot their sister, Mrs. Ethel Isbell.Tues day. Trixie. Swellest line of hand painted par lor tables at Bell Furniture Co. Joe the Marriages. laac Robey to Cora Jones. W. B. Joyntr and Floreole Howie. W. M. Sanders and Mrs. Laura Bit- tick. , A. S. Richmond and Eva Taylor. R. A. Hot .ton and Madge Pafford. Jerry From Kerry. Jerry from Kerry, a funny musi cal farce comedy and vaudeville at traction, in which that cheer ful, comic character is the central figure, is to be p re s e u t e d to night (Friday); m the city, This will be welcuftue hews to all classes of theatregoers. The interest In the laughable, diverting and humor ous incidents, events and happen ings of this comedy never ceases or flags, and its success has been little short of amazing. Undoubtedly the profuse comedy it contains has had much to do with securing pop ular favor, and the' Hctrtfct! aad ad ventitious incidents bustling in animated action, bristling in effer vescent humor, bubbling with un adulterated mirth and permeated with startling novelties, quaint originality in catchy music, and elaborate costuming and presented by a cast of the very best and high est salaried artists possible to se cure, having all contributed to the phenomenal success. This compa ny also carry tbeirown superior uniformed concert band and orches tra, which is a special feature. Don't miss the free band concert at noon and 7.30. Plan of seats now open. Keynoids Opera House to-night, Oct. 15. Transfers. F. J. Smith and wife to J. M. riie bu, 3S acre In No. 4, tl,05. W. R. White and wife to Kiln Stovall, lot in No. 6, $300. R. D. Barnwell to I. N. Burton, lot In Kenton. $000. Win Wljfcon to C. ht. L, & N, O. It. R. Co., id In Obion . 1335. W. M. Turner and wife to Leila Li Fii, lot In Union City. .VK). r. J. Newton to F. M. Montgomery, lot in No . t'.M) J. li. K. iiat.es to V.J. Newton, lot in No. '.M. M. C. Uoon et al to I N, Burton, lot tn Kentm, t.V0. 1 1 A. Untile to Arthur C'othron, lot h No. 5, o '? o a o a o o a a a o O O' 0 0 O 0 if