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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
V U I V I c Joseph v dCytte, Ind., is . .Rev. All to a nn 11 1 n I. U.O tun'" J - f - UdJ. iVll. losperoii 4 J. Dai Mrs. John O'Donnell visited Hick man this week. : M. S. Chambers, of Fulton, was a business visitor in the city Tuea' day. . - . J. AJison was quite sick for a'nuf ' Jays last week, but is UPJT J n- lompson, ot Jackson, M Uay in the city with rela- 'lVd frienJs- lisses Mak-Mad Ruby Littleton nt Tlf living day with s in G Jeld. ' Mississippi, was Ais week visiting his (jOi vision street. Ramseyer, of Fort s in the city visiting her parents; Mr. and Mrs. R. Garth. ' . , . . Miss Pearl, the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. J. L. Hudgins, spent Thanksgiving with friends in Mc Kenzie. ' Mrs. A. C. Moore, of Sharon, was in the city this week visiting her brothers, Fk E. Arnn and Jas.. H. Arnn, and their families, Rev. Allen Faust, of McKenzie, g on friends here Tues- Faust reports' Bethel McKenzie, as being in is condition. vidson and family will pm Dyer to this city next d will occupy the Mrs. property in the south- Good, let many more es move in. day will be Temperance e Cumberland iTesby- rch. The morning sub- be "The Sober Man's Bur- d all persons interested in jHnperance question are in fX f Stovall, of Number Sev- Minto the Mrs. Taylor j?ar the Public School e welcome to the city red more among . pro- Ively the jrganiza- 11 hold forth ireek. The day he date is Dec. 2, lolds Opera House, rter arrived in the )tn Memphis, hav- ltly with he io Spring wifc t. If in Ji i ian r Geo. W. Robinson will leave next Tuesday for Roswell, New Mex., to test the climatic advantages of that country in an effort to restore sound health. The young gentleman will locate temporarily with the object of making his stay permanent if the surroundings and opportunities are suitable. Mrs. Robinson, his wife, will remain here until spring with the purpose of joining Mr. Robinson in his new Western home at that time. Good luck so with ! him will be the unanimous senti ment of hundreds ot good friends here. Mr. Robinson is by profes sion and inclination a merchant tailor and cutter, a pupil of the Mitchell school in New York and of the Oakley school in Chicago. He is also ambitious, independent in an artistic degree and has many friends and patrons here who take a measure of pride in his work. The young man is also an honor able, Christian gentleman, and it is with pleasure we commend him to the good people of Roswell. Don't forget tickets with each cash purchase of 25 cents at Wallace W Moore's. I Sold Valuable Timber. As an evidence of the remark able increase in the price of timber H. L. Curlin has just closed a deal with Ferguson, Palmer & Co., Pa ducah, for 100,000 feet of poplar tim ber to be cut from 15 acres of land in the vicinity of Woodland Mills. The timber was bought for $22 per thousand in the tree, aggregating $2,200. Mr. Curlin informs us that there has been no timber taken o this land for thirtv-three years. At that time, we venture to say, that the timber was bought for less than $10 per acre. We expect virgin timber could have been bought for less tnan $10 per acre twenty-five years ago. . Such is the condition of the forests that it has led the Government to take steps to preserve a lar; amount ot forest land in this cou try. Nevertheless it was a h some return to Mr. Curlin. Leonidas Folk Chapter Leonidas Polk Chapter h regular monthly meeting on dav. the 19th inst., with Mrs nie Beck. According to its custom, the meeting was opened with prayer by the chaplain. The attendance was unusually large and much interest in the work was manifested. By request, Mrs. Sears read a hiirhlv interesting letter trom her r. Lieut. Col. H. C. Lockh ennessee Regime LothetLpn If you wan) the correct figure buy the AMERICAN BEAUTY CORSET. . We sell KDME JOUR NAL PATTERNS Best on the market. or U' Woolen Dress Goods of Rare Ex cellence for Fall and Winter Not in this part of the wotfd will you find a larger or finer stock of desirable dress laorics man we are cTinwincr. an d noDuliWices? In makiyojMLselec- tion vou have our ndid safeguai ricV merino- a scoLOi more dress( design individuality distinguishes Tni-lin's Silk Pet Never before have makers ofpj in developing such charming linj the new gowns, which are JL. AJt A ,UMhJ w j partment contains tne oes. A New Showing of( Women' j I) not 1 same r ) Jed Ath ting. retail for $12 Full length coat of fine long, made "was bought them on sail this when lod iires f now"V rs de- have Remember The Latest Word that Fashion Has Spoken in matters of dress for women is. exhaustively illus trated at CURLIN'S. Of course chief interest centers among the charming new Tailored Suits. Changes have been radical; variety is legion; artistic skill is evident in every model. Linesof unusual dignity and grace characterize the classic'm'vClels each fits beautiful with glove-like elegance and accuracy. The bugle blows assembly for the Blankets and Comfortables and from North, South, East and West the splendid army gathers. Read the roll call. California, Minne sota, North Carolina, Massachusetts, Maine, New York, Pennsylvania, all answer present with the best products of their various mills, for we hold a rigid inspection and the quality of our. blankets is as high as the variety is broad, every sort is there, from all cotton to all wool, 'and all are frankly de scribed as to texture, size and weight the .house keeper knows just what she is getting. Nowhere will you equal the charming styles and the excellent quality for less than at CURLIN'S. Each hat is full of individuality, made on medium and Aeen colors; Jpvrrmelv innntv and becoming: beautifullv ti - v,. vv J J -'J - O' J Musical Event of the'Sea Manager Reynolds wis nounce to the theatre- of Un ion Cit jtjj",. sTvi i hp' ,"ath Ti fitted lupport ftiest : espoused ise; in his Jiven to the heaved State fefore be it Jough he has ?ul assassin, cause of Pro- is name and a inspiration ur cause, ba iled a martyr 'say he died in which he died lph. Though Prohi- tr in our rom his beauty ie houtti. mysterious he martyr jrks been se cannot bring frefore be it lat though he has the shadowy gates sunlight -bf the Ive on Red PaV Si tr61a A L1TwTHwrmv'i HAPPY WOMEN in jht for solved, the day ory. nder the U. and vice was Carmack. . C. T. U. citizenrs held in ory of Edward Ward The decoration of the VV was beautifully carried out. A full lite-size portrait of Edward Ward Carmack was artistically decorated in drapery and white crysanthe mums, the emblem of the W. C. U., and red carnations, our heroe's color, with ivy, palms and flowers. The pulpit presented an impres sive scene ot sweet .and ci pose, while two ot our abli tors spoke strongly and beaj ot our loved hero. This Nov.. 1908. Mrs. Seid Waddell. Mrs. A. L. Brevard, Miss Vallie Field, Committee, and Vi re- I V I X J s ) Plenty of Them in Union City, " Good Beason For It. Wouldn't any woman be happy, After years of backache suffering, . Days of misery, nights of unrest, The distress of urinary troubles, She rinds relief and cure? No reason why any Unton City reader Should suffer In the face of evidence like this: ' , ; . ' Mr9 Nancy F. Burcham, 21ft North Depot street, Union City, Tenn., says; "Some four years ago, I gave a state ment tellini? how Doan's Kidney Pilla. had cured tne of kidney disease. 1 still hold the same good opinion of this remedy. 1 was principally both- , ered by pains in my back and hips and it was hard for me to lift or stoop. 1 could not turn in bed without sharp twinges catching me and I became nervous and languid. Upon using Doan's Kidney Pills for a few weeks, the trouble was conquered, and I have not had an attack since." Fur sale by all dealers. Price 50c." Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New ork, sole agents for the United. ruber the 'other. name Doan 's and VGE FOR SALE On North eet. For particulars call on Son, R. E. Agents. 33- 1 tuber 1 V