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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
J. L. Haguewood is in Kutber ford this week. Mrs. Laura Cathej visited rela tives in Memphis last week. Mrs. C. H. Cobb returned Tues day trom a visit to Dresden. Mrs. Conrad Wuencb returned from a visit to Fulton Sundaj. Lee Cary, recently located at Bir mingham, is in the city with his family. Mrs. Jerry Malone went to Hick man Tuesday to visit relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. John O. Bennett, ot Troy, were in the city Friday visit ing friends. Robert Lewis, of St. Louis, is in the city visiting his mother, Mrs. F. W. Preston. Uoward Moffett, traveling out of Chicago, was in the city this week visiting hometolks. Dr. M. W. Moores came down from Nashville to attend the Long Sharp wedding at Obion. Mr, and Mrs. Will Taylor, of Bell ville, 111., and Mrs. Sue Brown, of Paduca.li, visited Mrs. Joe Moss last week. Cave J. Crockett went to St. Louis this week to be with bis house arranging for his spring trade. R, II. Harper and Miss Ina Long attended the marriage ot Dr. Long and Miss Sharp at Obion last Thurs day night. Miss Fern Keaton, who has been visiting Mrs. John W. Bransford in this city, returned to her home in Cairo Sunday. Mrs. Hunter, who has been visit ting Mrs. J. W. Bennett at Troy, was here Tuesday en route home to Hickman County. Mrs. Jas. Reeves and little son, Willie B., who have been visiting Mrs. Walters, have returned to their home in Hornbeak. Mrs. E. N. Church returned yes terday evening from Nashville, af ter a few months visit with her daughter, Mrs. Bessie Pearson. Wanted Everybody to know that Will Walters has a brand new refrigerator, meat chest and market! where all kinds of meats are sold.! Mrs. J. C. Reynolds left this week to visit her sister at Murphysboro, 111., and St. Louis for a few days. She was accompanied by Mr. Rey nolds to Cairo. There will be preaching at the Primitive Baptist Church in this city Saturday and Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m. by Eld. H. C. Hogan and Eld. Butler of the same faith and order. So many as will are re quested to attend. Fletcher Tate, who has been lo cated in Union City for several years, left Monday for Poplar Bluff, Mo., to engage in tailoring until the first of January. The young gentleman carries with him the good opinion and personal esteem of everyone with whom he became acquainted in Union City, and many kind wishes are extended for his welfare and pleasure. Fifty patterns of iron beds at Bell Furniture Co. $2.00 to $30.00, each a bargain. Land Sale. The Adams farm, lying adjacent to the eastern boundary line of Un ion City, was sold for partition by Clerk & Master. G. A. Gibbs, last Saturday, J. L. Fry and brother be ing the purchasers. The price paid was $11,250. Such beautiful things in new fur niture at Bell Furniture Co. Married. Miss Jean Martin, daughter of Wm. Martin, ot this city and E. G Beale, of Somerville, Tenn., were quietly married at the home of the bride in the city Sunday afternoon, by Rev, J.J. Castleberry. Mr. Beale is a traveling salesman and his pretty bride is a very popular and charming young lady. They will reside at Somerville, and the bene dictions and blessings of a multi tude of friends are with them. Fine Pictures. The Ladies' Home Journal has of fered several premiums for art pho tography, taking as a special sub ject, "Mother." In the contest H. E. Wallace, of this city, has en tered two or three very fine speci mens, and we hope he will be able to capture one of the prizes. There is no discount on bis work. Meat market at Will Walters. 0 0 o o o O O 0 Q 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 0 0 0 0 0 O000O00O0OOO00OOOC0O000O0O0O0OO0OO0O0OOOOOOOOOOoooo 0 We sell the Cadcl Stocking with linen knees, heels and toes nothing better made. Mo iio vlxUMjLlli3 American Beauty Corsets nothing better made. Perfect in shape and fit. D iress Goods Wasbf 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 Silk Petticoats-""2 Our M illinery 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 SO jjo jj V 0 111 ERE IS the broadest possible collection of novelty and staple dress goods in the city. Nothing within the limits of good taste is missing from our fall 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. 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 0 000000000000000000000000000100000000000000000000000000 S3 fV3clV35clia WSMTSmW1SWMI Brag Conn Thousands of dollars worth of new goods just received. Call and see us. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT muaiirM T'ie B'est Line of DfUgs' Druggists'. Sundries, Toilet Articles, pcio liy Perfumes, Stationery, Etc, to be found in this City. Telephone 223 Free Delivery in Union City Comes to Union City. Rev. W. C. Sellers, who haa been stationed at the Lenox Church in Memphis, is to be pastor in charge of the M. E. Church in Union City succeeding- Rev. H. B. Johnston Rev. Sellers is known as one of the ablest and best ministers in the con ference, and we are warranted in saying that his work will be found agreeable and pleasant by the con gregation and friends here. Rev Wynn, who has been here for some time, in charge oi the Cayce Circuit, p-oes to Kenton and Rutherfood, Rev. Lowry to Tiptonville. Rev. C C. Newbill, a good man, will be in Rev. Wynn's place. Rev. Wynn has many warm admirers and his family many friends who congratu late the young minister in the de velopement of his work. Elder J G. Clark returns and many are con gratulating themselves over this good fortune. Rev. Clark is a strong man, and his work here has been of the best character. State Senator. . Dr. F. M. McRee, of Union City, State Senator from the Twenty eighth District, composed of Lake, Obion and Weakley counties, is in Memphis stopping at the Gaston. Dr. McRee was elected speaker pro tern of the Senate last session, and was prominent in all of its af fairs. He was opposed to the pas sage of the Memphis Charter bill, and refused to vote for it in spite ot strong pressure from Governor Patterson just before the vote was taken in the Senate, He was a caller at the city hall Monday to pay his respects to Mayor Malone, but did not find the chief executive at home. Memphis News Scimitar. Farmers, mechanics, railroaders, laborers rely on Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil. Takes the stintf out of cuts, burns or bruises at once. Pain can not stay where It Is used. Good Music. The Jerry , from Kerry Company came to town last Friday and played themselvea into the good opinion of our people early in the afternoon with a first rate concert band, one of the best we have heard in some time. They opened with a march, then a trombone solo, and then some concert numbers which were very fine indeed. At night the bill was in the nature of a vaudeville show, and the first sketch was "Joe, the Newsboy," from a standpoint of acting an artistic success. It was by far the best part of the pro gram. It was something like an old time curtain raiser. There were only two in the cast, yet these two people kept the audience intensely absorbed in the play. The double part of Mrs. Belknap and the news boy was assumed by Mrs. Fletcher and she did it like an actress. James Campbell essayed four different characters Belknap, the broker, Johnson, the banker, Leomsky, the the peddler, and Bad Pete, a bur glar. His work was good too. The play was done with spirit and tal ent. The rest of the entertain ment abounded with Irish and rus tic comedy, a good acrobatic turn, and ending with a mix-up of the side-splitting type. The music throughout was good. Union City would like to see more of Jerry and his band. To Amarillo. Miss Gertrude Wallace left Mon day evening bound for Amarillo, Tex., for the purpose of investigat ing the prospects of the new Wes tern metropolis with regard to mov ing the Wallace'gallery and studio there. Mr. Wallace and his daugh ter have been for some time consid ering a change of this kind. They have been reasonably successful in Union City, but Mr. and Mrs. Wallace have not enjoyed the best of health, and that is the principal grounds for considering a change. It is generally understood that no one has ever enjoyed quite so ex tensive a reputation for portrait photography and studio work in Union City as has Mr. Wallace and daughters. Besides this they have been among our most useful and esteemed citizens. It is therefore to be regretted that they cannot find it more profitable and health ful in Union City. Mr. Wallace in forms us that the matter is not yet fully decided and we trust that they are yet to remain. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they ennnot reach the x-Ht of the disease. Catarrh is a Mood or cotuttitutionnl disease and in order to cure it you must late internal remedies. Hall 'a Catarrh Cure i taken internally, and nets lir-ilx- nn th blood and mucous surfaces, Hall s Catarrh Ciire is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the bent physicians in this countrv fur years and is a reirular prescription. It is com posed of the best tonics known, combined with the ltest blood purifiers, acting directly on the mucous sen ices. The perfect combination of ih two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials free. K J. CHKNKY & CO.. lToos.. Toledo, o. Sold by Hmcirists, 75c. Take Hall' Family Pills for constipation. Decorate your table with fruits. celery, etc., from Dahnkes. Third Set ot Teeth. Mr. Sowell, a well known citizen of the Jordan country, a veteran of Confederacy, was here the other day, and talking over some matters of a reminiscent nature spoke of an old negro who was a resident of this city, over 80 years of age, who ha.i cut his third set of teeth. The negro's name was Jake or Chess Gibbs, and he is remembered by many of the older citizens. One of our former physicians looked at his teeth and gave it as his opin ion that they were not genuine. The old negro, who hadn't been able to chew for years, said that might be so, but one thing he did know was that he could chew his food and enjoy his meals which be had not done before in many years. The Conference. Rev. H. B. Johnston, who has been stationed at the M. E. Church in Union City as pastor for the past two years, has been transferred to Dyersburg as Presiding Elder of the circuit, a promotion which comes to him by virtue of his sue cess in organic and financial work The home for superannuate minis ters has been brought about through his efforts, laying of the corner stone ot which took place last week, and his collections for all purposes as minister here during the past conference year are about $4,000. Received in the church during the year, on profession of faith, 165; by certificate, 60; total 225. The present membership is 630. The church has never been more prosperous. It has now a most excellent official board and is fast becoming one of the great churches of the conference. Rev Johnson and family will carry with them to Dyersburg the esteem and good will of the congregation and of all the citizens of Union City. We tender them our very best wishes. Use Bell's furniture polish, sold at 25c t s a bottle and guaranteed by Bell Furniture Co. "My Wife's Family." While the combination of capital in all lines of industrial enterprises during the past few years has made it almost impossible for a man with a limited amount oi money to engage in the mercantile or manufacturing business and suc cessfully cope with the large corpo rations, the same rule applies to theatrical business. At the pres ent time nearly all of the first class attractions are controlled by a com pany or an individual, who has practically unlimited resources and from ten to twentv companies on tours, and they are as solid finan cially to quote a well known insur ance company, as "the rock of Gi braltar." "My Wife'8 Family," which ap pears here in the near'future, i owned by the Whitney Amusement Company, a corporation, which not only controls a large number of theatrical attractions, but is also interested in many threatres throughout the United States and Canada. Their business is con ducted on the same legimate prin ciples as a bank and they realize that in order to get the patronage of the people to whom they cater, it is necessary to deliver the goods, consequently the standard of the companies under this management is maintained to such a degree of excellence that they play annual engagements in all of the principal cities to large receipts each year Reynolds Theatre Dec. 5. November 18, 1907. WTe, the undersigned merchants who are giving votes in the piano contest, hereby agree to start dat ing all votes given out by us. In order to compel the contestants to cast all of their votes each week we shall begin dating all our tickets November 25. We will give the contestants who are holding their tickets bacfcr until November 30, to cast all of their votes obtained pre vious to this date (Nov. 30). 'After this date no votes will be counted that have been out over one week. Dahnke's Cafe, W. W. Moore, Reece Alexander. XV. G. Clagett, J. F. Morgan, J. F. Carter, Marshall & Baird, Godin & Williams, Nail- ling-Keiser Hdw. Co., Red Cross Drug Store, A. E, Kirkland, Union City Ice and Coal Co., Bransford Lumber Co. New York Oysters, the best for Thanksgiving, at Dahnkes. Masonic. Kenton Commandery, Knights Templar, met at Kenton last Fri day, Nov. 16, and conferred the or der on Dr. T. E. Marshall, of this city. Asks Us To Print It. To relieve the worst forms of Rheumatism, take a teaspoonful of the following mixture after each meal and at bedtime, Fluid Extract Dandelion, one- half ounce; Compound Kargon, one ounce; Compound Syrup Sarsapa rilla, three ounces. These harmless ingredients can be obtained from our home drug gists and are easily mixed by shaking well in a bottle. Relief is generally felt from the first few doses. This prescription, states a well known authority in a Cleveland morning paper, forces the clogged- ', up, inactive kidneys to filter and train from the blood the poisonous waste matter and uric acid, which causes Rheumatism. As Rheumatism is not only the most painful and torturous d'ae, but dangerous to life, this simple recipe will no doubt be greatly val ued by many sufferers here at borne who should at once prepare the mixture to get this relief. It is said that a person who would take this prescription reg ularly, a dose or two (faily or even a few times a week, would never have serious Kidney or Urinary disorders or Rheumatism. Cut this out and preserve it. Good Rheumatism prescriptions which really relieve are scarce, in deed, and when you need it you want it badly. Our druggists here say tbey will either supply these ingredients or make the mixture ready to take, if any of our readers so prefer. 10 0 O O t 0 0 o 0 a o 0 o 0 0 0