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Business We invite ladies to open an L account with us. They will be treated with the greatest courtesy and consideration, whether their deposits are large or small, or their trans actions few or many. , A bank account will help to encouraere and promote habits of system and economy, and by paying their bills by Fire. Fire of unknown origin broke out in the store of the Bryan Drjr Goods Co. at about ten o'clock last aight, and notwithstanding: the early hour, much damage was done before the blaze could be subdued. The store had been closed, but a short time, and many people bad uot left town. In the opera bouse above Mr. Tobin and bis company had been practicing for the "Vil lage Belle" entertainment and had been gone but a few minutes. By prompt and intelligent work our good fire company soon had the fire under control. The building was considerably damaged. The Bryan Dry Goods Co. carried a $30,000 stock, insured for $15,000. The loss is not yet known. Bir mingham owns the building, which is insured. Trenton Herald Dem ocrat. THE NEW GROCER AND CITY MARKET New crop N. O. Molasses at B. H. vv mtley a grocery. Market Day. We regret to note that the ladies takes of the W. C. T. U., for some reason vutvk lucy kci a receipt ana r.,t tim 9h ! nnr ff-f have the correct change every to present to the public an enter- ume prise or entertainment, from which rnmmcL-lnt DMlr w 8hould receive compensation, VUllllUWl WItll Ua 1 1 IV which is not to assist ua individual- UnlOlX City. I lv. bnt the canap ni rpnrnnf I - - .,r... wnicn snouia . lie close to every Jno. T. Walker, PresL 0. N. Walker, Cashier, art. o w. c. t. u. ladies pro- COUNTRY PRODUCE FRUITS CIGARS &c &c I handle Armour Lard and Cox & Gordon's Meats; Mj'er Bros.' Best and Louisiana Coffees. Sole agent for Dewey Excellence Flour. Mv 1 Meat Market will be open November ist largest and best in the market. My business system gives you a daily statement of your ac count. No chance for mis- W. E.. WALTERS Two Wagons Phone 421 H. Dietzel, Vice-Presf. (ID) EEL? A) V CHILL pose to Lave a market at some con venient place in town on Wednes day, 27th inst., preceding Thanks giving.at which time and place will be furnished dressed cbicfiens, salads, pickles, pies, cakes, etc., at reasonable prices. Patronize us and furnish your tables for Thanks giving. Committee. A sovereign remedy for Chills, fevers, and all ma larial troubles. Cures chronic chills, dumb chills, periodi cal fevers and all diseases of a malarial origin. Jond for Book of Wonderful Cur Druggists sell it at 50 cts. per bottle. Prepared only by THE HESSIG-ELLtS DRUG CO. Memphis, Ttnn. Manufacturers of Dr. Nott'i celebrated Melon-Seed Compound Kidney and Blad der Remedy. Sold by druggist! at 60 ctf . and 11 pet bottle. Guaranteed nnder the Pure Food and Drug Act ol J une 0, ltWtt. Netice. Having disposed of our business to R. A. Whipple & Cck, we wish, to notify all indebted to us that all accounts must be paid at once. This is important as these accounts must be paid at once and we re spectfully ask that you give same prompt attention. B. CBiumham & Co., by Geo- S. Hardy. Jamea Johnso toS. K. JohnsonuS' A new upright piano will be sold acres in. No. 10. 9300. puoue aucuon oaiuraay, wo. L. Mi. and M. M. Miller to W. W. 23. near th nntr nlhr sttwm. I . , , r r. fstovaJI anrt J. W. Huev. fiO am-ps- m Wo. 5 M05 Hickman, Ky., Nov. 14. Mrs. Alfred A. Dick died at her borne near Dorena, four miles north of Hickman. She was 23 years old, leaves a husband and two- little children, aged 5 and 2 year In terment was bad here at Brown cemetery. Real Estate Transfers. It. C. Glover and wife to J. IU Oweor land in No. 16, 8550. H. T. Miller et al to Mrs. Bertha C Moore, lot in Obion, 1750. O. W. Wilson to n. T. Miller, lob i Obion, $400. Geoi. Neeley toC. Jones, land In 3av 5, $5K II. T. Underwood and wife to Et A. Glover, tot In No. 16, t500. Mrs. Ruth 51. Caldwell to W." EE. C'aldweU, 3i acres In No. 10, $340. McMichael Drug Co. A. N. DICKSON, Fine Pianos and Organs FOR SALE OR RENT ON EASY TERMS Phone 505 Union City. AFTER DECEMBER I, THE PRICE OF THE Farmer's Weekly ' News-Scimitar WILLBE 5oc per Year Up to that time we will receive new supscriptions at 25 -cents per year, or will extend any present subscription for a year from expira tion for 25 cents. Jill Subscriptions, New Ones or Renewals, Received Be fore Dec. 1, will be Accep ted at the Old Rate of 25c Subscribers, either new or old, may take advantage of this rate for one or two or f ou r years (at 55 cents a year, payable in advance,) if sub scriptions are received before De cember 1. After December 1, the subscription price to neither new or old subscribers will be 50 cents per year. Send all subscriptions to Farmer's weekly News-Scknitar, Memphis, Tenn. A free bottle of Dr. Thacher's Liver and Blood Syrup will be sent to any reader of this paper who will write to the Thacher Medicine Co,, Chattanooga, Teun. Memorial Servio ft. The Memorial service, which was to have been held on November 3, oy tne &ion Masonic ivodge, was deferred on account of the illness of Mrs. J. A- Erwin, widow of the de ceased. Mrs.. Erwin having reewv ered, now requests that said serv ices be held on Sunday, Dec. L. In accordance with this request all members of Zion Lodge No. 60(H P. & A. M., are requested to meet at our hall at 9.30 a. m. Sunday,. Dec. 1. Our sister lodges, as well as all Master Masons in good standing, who can, are nereoy cordially in vited toiotn us in paying1 this, our last tribute of respect, to oar de ceased brother, J. A. Erwin. Done by order of lodge Nov. 16 1907. A. C. Davidsox, Sect. ' Wanted. W. . Reynolds to S. P. Ilarris, bus iness house in Union City, $6,000.( Wru. Walker to Wm. Clemmons, lob in Rives, $200t. W. L. Clemmons to J. W. Darnell lot in Rives, $275. Charley Everett to Sam Stone, 36) acres in Ho. 15, $1,800. Sana Stone to Charley Everett, 3 acres In No. li, $1,800. C. M. Orleans et al to B. F. Mitchr e)l; ftB acre la No. 1, $300. The regularity with which the leS' son on temperance conies to us every quarter is wholesome In its effect; for human nature Is such that it needs re minders and constant reiteration of the truth. Hence it is well to keep the question of temperance alive, as, Indeed, it is kept among all the think- iug people. Among She ancient Greeks it had a prominent place in their phi losophy. With them the subject was summed up in terse saying, "Never too much." That Is, never indulge in anything too much, lest you miss the nice point of just enough without a surfeit. But in our present lesson we have the higher, Christian teaching which may be summed up in the say ing: "Never allow yourself any indul gence that will cause your brother to stumble." This, however, may be re garded as merely a matter of hygiene and physical welfare. There Is the still hlgner and distinctively spiritual view which has regard for the soul as well as tbe body, and looks upon this and every other problem as it af fects eternal ends.' From this point of view, the ex tremes of asceticism, monastic I -sola tion from the world, and Puritanical harsbness towards the normal pleas- sures of life are seeiv to be nowise and harmful. No soul can have Hs best and highest development under such conditions. The feminities both for work and for enjoyment are left dry and unexpended by such a life, quite as much as- they are left weak and en ervated by too much indulgence tn the pleasures of the body. The latter Is the more common failiuv, but there are many slgtw that men are gradoal ly attaining the rational, golden mean between the two extremes of asceti cism and over-indulgence. The for mer inordinate desire for ffwh as food is passing away, the cause of temper ance (as to liquor)) is gaining ground in new districts; and all k I rods of ex cesses are condemoed more than ever. These tendencies-are in the right di rection. For a Bane, reasonable en joyment of the goo'things wMchi the Lord provides is true temperance and is most conducive to- the eternal: wel fare of the soul. If considerations ofself Interest, for health and worldly success, wiii: not lead a man to be a total abstainer or temperate in his sensKaMife, then the thought of his brother and the effect dt tits own example omni ougao go f be a deterrent. It is bad' enough to lead any one Into a habit that will' be in injtivy toliis bodyjU is- far worse to do anything that will result In an Mury to his soul. And' this result is all too olten brought abeut by intern jerance. Extract. Buy your groceries and new crop N. O. Molasses from. B'. H. Wait ley. Three Tears For 2R Cents- Tho Finest Hair Food In Farm Progress, the bl agricultural montniy big rarm ana or St. ILuis BETTES THAN MEDICINE. Breathe Hyomei's Tonic Healing aai be Cured of Catarrh. Nature has a remedy for catarrh a treatment that is far better than ds- iag the stomach with medicine It Is the healing oils and balsams of Hyomei which medicates the air you breathe, reaching tbe most remote air cells in the nose,- throat and l'jcgs-, The name and nnRtnffi- aHrB killing all catarrhal germs, ana re- of every man in Obion County wbo storing health to the mucous men terrpH in the CAvil War f(im aH Orane. in using liyomei you are umtiug rnnr rnt.nrrhal t.rnnhlpa wlt.h tha onlv r , , i v- ' " " v-ompany. 11 natural remedy, for it rl ves a cucative youcannot come in person, piease ajr bath to the alrpassages that basas send your name to Mr. J. A. Hefiy, powerful healing and antiseptic ef- cashier of tbe Bank & Trust Com- feet as that found In the mountains pany, Union City, Tenn. If in where the pine forests give o3 their town give us your street and nam- fragrant and healing balsams Mck. announces that the- subscription price will be advanced to 25 cents per I year oeginning January i iws, until that date the subscription will be ac cepted at the old rate of three yeara for 2S eents. Farm Progress is one of ! the best farm papers , in- the country, land well worth the advanced asked. Send i 25 cents at onoe to pay ftr a three years subscription If yotfc are already paid up in advance send tn 25 cents and have your' time extended three years longer, A beautiful fruit picture, sfxe 23x29 Inches, will be sent for 5 eents additional to cover cost of tube and postage. Address all1 order to Farm Progress, St. Louis eMo. tho World There are Eiimdreds of hair foods on the market, but not one of them has accomplished the results attained by this scientific remedy and not one of them is backed up by sucn a positive guarantee; Sfi 93" Hair Tonic r positively cures dandruff, stops falling hair, and v prevents baldness- It's the only real hair restorer in the world. Its success has been remarkable. Other so-called hair tonics may have failed you, 4 but this will not. It is clean, pleasant not sticky . or gummy or of disagreeable odor. I Its use absolutely insures a healthy, abund ; ant, beautiful head of hair that will last for life. 50 Cents Per Dottle THE "REXALL" GUARANTEE If you get a bottle of this hair tonic and find it does not cur you, bring the empty bottle to ut, say you ere dissatisfied, and we'll return your money. We make this guarantee and w 11 v up to It. . Well give the mntlm formula of this tonic to whoever aska for It RED CROSS DRUG STORE Watson & KImsey, Props. THE p3S&Clg STORE 1 NEW EATABLES -I have now in stock- register your name in our book at the Bank & Trust. Company. If ber. Respectfully, Leonidas Polk Chapter. U. D.C. fifty patterns ot iron beds a, Bell Furniture Co. $2.00 to $30.00t each a bargain. Breathe the invigorating aad heal ing Hyomei, and see how quickly you will ?et relief from your e&tarrhal troubles. The proprietors ot the Red Cross Drug Store have seen so many cures, even of the worst cases of sa Mr Wife's Familv "ui 11,11 UUCU"'B vu"" ' of mucous, freauent sneealntr. dror tommerciat travelers are preuy Dllle9 ln the throat and spasmodic good iudgea of a musical show and coughing that they feel warranted ln all of them who have witnessed selling Hyomei under an absolute My Wife's Family," which is to guarantee to refund tbe money If it be presented here soon, unite in saying it is one of the best things on tour. Good reports also reached us from the exchanges of neigh boring cities and this appears to be one of the times when the press agent's promises are to be verified. The company is playing to crowded houses everywhere and return dates are usually requested by theatre managers, which is sufficient guar antee of the excellence of the per formance. Will appear at Rey nolds Opera House, December 5. "Generally debilitated for vears. Had sick headaches, lacked ambition, was worn out and all run down. Bur dock Blood Bitters made me a well woman." Mrs. Chas. Frietoy, Moo- sup, uonn. does not do all that is claimed for it. They take all the risk. NOTICE T tbe Policy Holder,, National Life Insurance Company U. 8. aff A. Don't allow your policies to- lapse on account of the financial condi tion of the country at tbi time. We want to help yeu to' keep your policies in force. It is more neces sary that you keep your policy in force now than at any other time. Write me 4, 5, 6 Lee Bldg., Memphis, Tenth Jjco. B. Wheeler . Moots to Loan. The Mutual Benefit Life Insur ance Company continnes as hereto fore to loan the amount stated ia the policies. (2 years old or older) which are larger than other compa nies on like policies and without tnterfering in the least with any privilege contained therein. The Mutual Benefit policy contains many advantages not contained in any company's policies. For tuther particalars call on or write or phone Carter & White, District Managers. New Kraut, Pickles, Sorghum Molasses Grits, Chopped Hominy, Flaked Hominy, Macaroni, Dried Peaches, and all kinds of Canned Goods. These goods were bought before the advance and will sold on a rock-bottom margin of profit. Phone 18(X... Se He STONE -The Grocer H THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST VAY TO TRANSFER MEY 13 BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOB RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE a TELEGRAPH CO IMCOHP3X4TCO II I Your Passing Shadow J-24 MiiSiSmJii" rirnrintni 1 1' in ifilmi i S3 Ki7"iV lilii ili"ii"ir nil TT Till iS Women's troubles throw a cloud over their Uvea, which neglect may cause to become permanent Make yours Into a passing shadow by taking a medicine that acts directly cn your womanly organs, the dis order of which has caused your womanly troubles. The right remedy for you, when you have headache. backache, nervous spells, dragging pains, Irregular functions etc., is Wm araHi Mrs. R. H. Lawson. of Sprott, Ala writes: I suffered with female troubles for "12" years; tried 4 doctors; they did no good, so I took Wine of Carduf. I have taken 1 8 bottles,Cfeel greatly relieved and am better than la 20 years." Sold by aU reliable druggists, la $1 XX) bottles. TrylL , lifniTC I!C 1 I CTTCfl Writ, today copy of loW 6-t lBmtr,tl Book WraraM. H roo 11 til 1 C IJj A LCI I CK A4vc. dearths rouf symptom.. tt!r r, nd frly IN m puin.t 1 1 ill 1 1 VJ ' Sla at Ajdnss: Llm Advisory fcpu Tt Chtuaoo MJi- ln Ox, Uutunooc. T tnn.