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II -i I I n - 1- AT i i i . i r.Tk I. . mi ill TAILORS LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ' "S Ro Mr r r:,. a ir.Ln.ll nnnnf Hnniliu fin Hickman. : ''...Mrs. J. P. Ownby visited Martin friends Tuesday. l Harry T. Edwards has returned from I'inehurst, N. C. ' Jas. McAdoo, of Hickman, was in the city Wednesday. Mrs. Frank Glass is improving after a very severe illness. Miss Annie Naylor is the guest of rel atives in Mississippi. W."A. Forrester was in Obion writing insurance last week. ' Rev. R. 13. Marshall, of Chicago, is visiting relatives here. Mr. G. A. Davidson, of Obion, was in the city Wednesday. . . Miss Belle Harbison is visiting Mrs Josh Adanis in the city. - We are glad to note the improve ment of Mrs. Jas. Atkins. Mrs. Murphy is very ill at her home on North Division street. . Mr. J. Graham, of Glass, was a vis itor in our city Saturday. ' MiRS Vera Roberts has returned to her home in Osceola, Ark. s T. H. Puryear was at Woodland Mills this week on business. Miss Eva Parks, of Trimble, was a visitor in the city this week. Miss Lucile Morris is visiting her sis ter, Miss Lotta, in Jackson. Miss Eva Parks, of Trimble, is visit ing relatives inthecityT See Morgan-Verhine Co's. big page of clearing sale bargains. . Messrs. Hubert Taylor and Roscoe Gaskin's' Sundayed in Fulton. ' - Mr. and Mrs. R. White are visiting relatives in Fremont vicinity. Miss Fleda Pruett; of Rives, was in the city shopping Wednesday. . " 7. White has returned home from a visit to Kenton friends. Mrs. Harry McMurry was in Hum boldt this week visiting relatives. Miss Fearl Milam visited Miss Mc Murry, near Mt. Zion, Saturday. : Messrs. T. C. and A.'. Wilson, of Obion, were in the city this week. " Miss Grace Board, of Hickman, was the guest of friends here last week. i A few more of those Suits, Overcoats, Children's Suits and Children's Shoes AN0 Remember these are all good goods, good sizes and good styles. Such a chance is seldom offered to get the best values at record-breaking minimum prices. H. CLOTHIERS Little Miss Roniona Dietzel has re covered from the effects of measles. Mr. Wm. Frazier, who has beeu quite ill from measles, is recovering. Mr. Burnett, of Rives, was the guest of Miss Josephine Bowden Monday. Mrs. Lexie Parks is at home from a visit with Mrs. Brown, at Memphis. Conrad Weuuch and Herbert Dahnke, of Fulton, were in the city this week. Miss Lena Clement, of Woodland Mills, is visiting in the city this week Shoes from 20 to 50 per cent discount at Morgan-Verb me Co's. Mrs. Page has returned from axi ex tended visit to relatives near Jackson. . Mrs. House and daughter, Miss Ver- na, were in the city shopping Monday. The little daughter of our florist, Mr. Postma, is recovering from a severe ill ness. The Dahnke Cafe at Fulton has been disposed of by the Dahnke 's of Union City. . Miss Mary Swiggart has returned from a visit to friends at Little Rock, Ark. : ' ; Mrs. Wallace Moore was in Dyers- burg this week visiting friends and rel atives. Miss Dessie Nichols entertained sev eral of her friends Saturday at 6 o'clock dinner. -Mr. and Mrs. W. L. White are in Nashville attending the Masonic Grand Lodge. ! Mrs. Don Taylor, of Fulton, was the guest of Miss Nora Gardner in the city this week. Choice of a big lot of men's fine $5.00 shoes for $3.48 at Morgan-Verhine Co. See advertisement. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moore, of Canada, are the guests of Mrs. Rachel Moore on First street. . Mr. Fope Herring, now in Texas, sends another dollar to the Carmack memorial fund. Mrs. Harry T. Robinson was called to Columbus this week to see her moth er, Mrs. Watson. , Wilson Sharp, of Obiou, has returned to his home after a visit to his sister, Mrs. E. M. Long. Mrs. Joe Latimer and children, of Montreal, Ontario, are visiting in Fleas- ant Valley vicinity. " - , ' : Fresh oysters at Dahnke 's. BELOW ROBINSON & SON ' Miss Marv Johnston and brother, of Dyersburg, were guests of Mrs. Chas Cobb the past week. . Mrs. C. E. McGee returned to her home in Covington, Sifter a dulightful visit to relatives here. Miss Nannie McMurry, of Mount Zion, visited the family of Proi. Milam on Ury street this week.. Mrs. Oscar Forrester visited lier pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Jones, dn Beth' lehqin vicinity last week. Mrs. S. Wheeler and little son, of Jackson, were hi the city this week vis iting Mrs. J. W. Temple. . Mrs. Carlton, of Moscow, is visiting her sister, Mrs. S. D. Woosley., North Division street, this week. Mesdames L. W. Burton wid Sam Demyer, of Fulton, were the guests of Mrs. E. C. Hawes Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Fope Herring, now in Texas, write that they will soon visit Oklahoma and other points West. Miss Lou Green, of Obiour spent few days with Miss Bertie Harbison en route to Nashville to visit relatives. The next W. C. T. U. meeting; will be held in the home of Mrs. J. Mj. Ed wards Friday, 29th inst., 2.30 p. i?u Mrs. Clyde McAdoo, of Dyersburg, is spending a few days in the city as a guest of her sister, Mrs. T. H. Puryear. Mrs. Walter Morris and lijctle daugh ter, Maybelle, were in the city Saturday consulting Drs. Whitehurst and Bau com. Mr. Gassway, of Terreill, has moved to the city and is occupying the cottage vacated by ' H. S. Sacfra, on Waddell street. . Mrs. C. D. Gibbs, of jTrenton, is in the city visiting her daughters, Mes dames D. A. Edwards! and Hunter Griffin. ,' 1 Miss Pauline Vanderbilrg is back at her piece in the art department of the City School-, after a protrjicted siege of measles. 1 There was no meeting (of the L'Alle- gro Club this week. Misfe Bessie Glass cock will, however, entifrtain the club next week. Mrs, I. A. Ong was caf.led to Jackson Wednesday on account off the severe ill ness of her daughter! Mrs. J. H. Wheeler. Coal Coke Woodf-Call Tel. 150. HABERDASHERS Mrs.' L. C. PreiU 'tt, of Woodland, went to St. Louis yesterday to visit her daughter, Mrs..W. A. Clark, for two or three months. . Mr. and Mrs. Ruffin, of Joplin, Mo., arrived here Tuesday to attend the fun eral obsequies of Mrs. Ruffin's father, Mr. Wm. Pettusi. Mrs. W. C. Morris, Miss Katherine and Master J. P., were the guests of Mrs. Chester Erwin, at Rives, Wednes day and Thursday. xou don't need much money to pre pare for the bad weather that's yet to come if you take advantage of the low prices at Morgan-Verhine Co s. See page advertisement. Mrs. W. F.' Holland, of Newbern, visited her sister, Mrs. Ella Britton, and niece, JMiss Jiertie Harbison, Weunes day en route to Centerville. Dr. Buford Dunavant, of Memphis, was a Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Luten, the fifteenth anniversity of Mr. and Mrs. Luten 's wedding. Miss Nora Gardner has returned from Memphis, having been a guest of the reception given by Mayor and Mrs. Malone in honor of Miss Elsie Gardner, St. Louis. Jas. Ownby, of Jackson, was up this week to visit Mrs, . Ownby, who was here visiting her mother, Mrs. R. E. McKinney, now recovering from her recent illness. Miss Kate Driscoll, of Soudan, Af rica, a missionary wno is one oi tne speakers in the Christian and Mission ary Alliance Convention, which is in session, is stopping with Mrs. Ina Nail- ling. - General D. J. Caldwell is recovering from an illness beginning last week, having been prostrated with an attack affecting the heart. Maj. Hal Holmes was chosen to conduct the prosecution in the Ed Marshall trial in his absence. Rev. J. J. Castleberry, minister of the First Christian Church, this city, at tended the West Tennessee Christian Ministers' Institute at Humboldt this j week, where he delivered an address Wednesday morning on the theme, "Ideals of the Ministry." ' ! The only entertainment of note for which invitations have been issued is the yellow domino dance which Mayor and Mrs. Jas. H. Malone will tender on : Tuesday evening at the Hotel Gayoso. ' The dance will be the first affair of the ONE PRICE STORE kind in social circles this season, and as an attractive visiting girl, Miss Elsie Gardner, of St. Louis, is to bo the hon oree, the event is being anticipated with unusual pleasure. Memphis Commer cial Appeal. . Splendid showing of new spring laces, embroideries, ginghams, percales and white goods at Morgan-Verhine Co. The Wednesday Club enjoyed the hospitality of Mrs. Harry -Edwards as hostess this week. The game was whist Miss Glasscock capturing the first winning, a belt buckle. The con solation went to Mrs. David Cockrill, and she was presented with a stein. Salads were served. Telephone 150 when you are in a hurry for coal. ; The battleships of the American bat tleship fleet will gather at Tetuau Bay on the coast of Morocco Jaunuary 31 to coal and provision for the trip homo. The Kansas House and Senate in sepraate session voted for J. L. Bris- tow for Senator to succeed Chester I. Long for the six-year term beginning March 4 next. Dirrectors of the United Staies Steel Corporation declared quarterly dividends otlj per cent, on the preferred stock and one-half of 1 per cent, on the com mon stock. These are unchanged from the last previous quarter. Local option elections were held in four counties of Indiana, all voting dry. The counties 'am Hamilton, Putnam, Decatur and Tipton. In eiclr case the majority against the "wet "party was WaltersCf Strictly CASH after Fe' the pay-cash habit ar the collectors to wo W. E. WAt ' ' 4 Phone 49 Gpir " " " large. Within the next ten days ten more counties will hold elections. Gov. Gillett sent a message to the California Legislature with reference to the Anti-Japanese bills now before that body. He advises compliance with the request of the Federal Government that no action be taken on these questions. By a vote of 9 to 8 the House Com mittee on Agriculture agreed to report to the House favorably the Weeks bill providing for a commission for the es tablishment of a White Mountain and Southern Appalachian forest reserve. The action of the committee is regarded as a great victory for the advocates of this reserve for the conservation of the navigability of rivers and the preserva tion of forests. Administrator's Notice. Having qualified as administrator of P. M. Preuett, deceased, all persons hav ing claims against said estate w ill pre sent them to me. and all nartios owinc said estato will make settlement with mo for same. This January 19. 1909. , 44-4t R. W. Preuett, Admr. f Rooms for RW 1 Furbished and unfurnished. Board afc $3.50 to $4.00 pel' week! A fine line. Cigars, SmokinJrTobiifCC and a Fine tw of POST rN-? ( t alwavs oS4" BRACKIN h J. V. COLE, ra i - V.