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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
The Lyman Twins and Patti Rosa Mill Lo here soon. J L. A. Smith ami son.-!, of Troy, were in the city Saturday. Drink a bottle of Hot Tom. , , J. L. Ilagttcwood, of Rutherford, was visitor here Sunday. Mr?!. C. A, Payne, of Rivet, was a visitor ia the city Saturday. Call 150 aid get your coal and wood. Union City lee & Coal Co. Mrs. W. h. Kin?, of Jackson, "was a visitor in the i ity last week. Mrs, Raul Ingrain and Mrs. John 0. . Bennett, of Troy, were in the city Tues day. Lightning protectors for telephones at Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co, : Go and hear the good musical song hits with the Lyman Twins Jiew pro duction. . Rev. V. E. Boston, of Hall-Moody Institute, Martin, was a business visitor in the city Monday. A new assortment of chairs 'at Home Furniture Company. 'Rhone 19. " " Mr. William Johnson, who has been quite sick at his home on Division street, I Some beautiful and artistic stage set tings are promised in The Prize Win ners, the new Lyman Twins production. Drink a bottle of Hot Tom. .' . Mr", and Mrs. A. J. Murphy went to Humboldt last week to spend Thanks- . ; :.iL .t. . '.. tr:. giving ivilxj iui;u bum, vivium, aim ffiiu. j W. M. Warlerfield, of Nashville, was in the city last week looking after his interests with the Union City Elevator Co. : Tako a bath by a Bai ler Oil Heater if you want comfort. t Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. . O. J, Dietz was in town lately making arrangements for the appearance here of the Lyman Twins and their big com pany. . ' F. A. Raymcr, of Ettingham, 111., was in the city last week visiting his family at the homo of Mrs. Nannie Little. , ; , " . ; "'' " The best of everything in furniture at Home Furniture Company. Rhone 99. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Cherry, of Mem phis, were in Union City last week visit ing relatives and friends on Thanks giving." Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Barney went to Trimble Tuesday to see Mrs. -.Farina Berkley, who was very ill with pneu monia. Coram fc Jackson for blankets. They buy direct from the mills and give you best values. :' S5t4 Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wheeler and family leave on the -6th inst. for, St. Petersburg, Fla., where they will spend the.w inter as usual. - " - Misses Hattie Clark, Lantyo Turnage and Fay Taylor, of Troy, were in the city shopping Saturday. They came over in Mr. Dodds' auto, Drink a bottle of Hoi Tom. " Misses Mollie and Ethel Pierce re iiriinil to tlwir home at. Trimble Tues- i day after a week's visit in this city with : their aunt,- Mrs. J. W. Burney. The Lyman Twins will soon be here with a largo company of comedians singers and dancers in their jingling musical play, The Prize Winners. Cole's hot blast stoves cut your coal bill half in two. Nailling-Keiser Hard ware Company. MV. Hugh Jones came home last week in answer to a summons notifying him of the illness of his mother; Mrs, Mary Jones, and was here for the funeral and burial.". ; Mrs. J. T. Stephens and Miss Julia Jackson, of Hickman, visited the city Friday, spending the day out on Division iv.v., '.i-M. ttwtii citutnr TVIrtt A. -T Oil IT nil" HJVH oiovv. , " - " . Murphy.- . tyink a bottle of ilot Tom. J. A. Wheeler, oi this city, last week lwi?vf Afrwlnf Ov-At-laml rnr ftt r ul- . ton and shipped it to St. Petersburg, Fla., where the family will go to spend the winter. Mr. Frank Watts, of Nashville, was in the city last week visiting his mother, Mrs. A. P. Warterneld, who iias neen Very ill at the homo of Mr, and Mrs. "Will Watts on Main street. Howard Gaulden and Ham Tarks, o Trimble, left Thursday on a four mouths' tour through Arkansas, Texas, Arizona and California. They expect to make the entire trip in Mr. Park's automobile. , Littlo AUine Noah, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Noah, who reside on Sec ond street, has been very sick for several days with pneumonia. Dr. Ixiring is the. family physician. Wo trust that the littlo girl will soon be ..neatly im proved. " , ) The many friends of II. T. Hajrnes, of the Haynes-Oregory Hardware Co., rejoice with him in the convalescing of Mrs. Ifaynes, his wife, who has been j very ill of typhoid fever for several weeks j at Murfrethboro. Mr. Haynes returned j to Union City last week. J. C. Mcliee, John Semones, Ed Mc Alister, Will Nailling, Chas. Burchard, Chas. Dietzel, Herman Dietzel, Ed DiiAzi l, T. J. Williams and John C. J Mitchell have been camping and hunt-1 ing on Reelfoot Lake for several days. They are tlivre this week and will return home shortly. . I'or Sunday dinner Dahnke's Velvet Ice Cream. None better. , Mr, and Mrs. Bruce 'Coulter' will leave in a few days for San Aiigelo, .Texas, after a residence in Union City for a number of years. Mr. and MrstCoul ter expect to reside in San Angetoi The family have many warm friends -here and the kindest wishes go with then,i to their new home. ' Rev. L. G. Landenberger, of St. Loijis, will preach in the New Church House of Worship next Sunday morniug audeveu ing. At 11 a. m. subject1; "The Mi sion of the Doctrines of the New Church of the World." Eveninr: The Lord Providence over the passing awayof children and the foinistrations they're . J . i . .i ir. - mi. - -v- m 1. ceive in we outer me. iiiu xew wiiuix-ii has a comfortable message for sorrow ing parents and it is hoped advantage will be taken to hear this sermon. Drink a bottle of Hot Tom. Rev. W. A. Freeman will take the place of Rev. J. G. Clarke as presiding elder of the Union City circuit. - Rev. Clarke and family left last week for Humboldt, where the minister will be stationed as pastor.' The friends in Union City extend the kindest wishes to them in their new home. Rev, Clarke is a substantial, broad-minded man and his work here has added very materially to the interests of the church and the spiritual welfare of the people Rev. Freeman and family will .receive the warmest greetings of our people. Cole's hot blast stoves hold fire 48 hours.-rNailling-Keiser Hardware Co. Rev. C. C, Newbill, who has been serving the Mount Zion congregation as pastor for a couple of years, was assign ed by conference to the church at Me dina, Tenn., and the Rev. J. G. Carman, the Medina pastor was sent to Mount Ziorj to fill Rev. Newbill 's place. Rev. Newbill was-a faithful, earnest worker, a good preacher and pastor and enjoyed the confidence and esteem of his con gregation and the community at large in his labors at that place. Rev New bill was also very kind to this office, and with the friends we join in good wishes to his family in their new home. The new pastor at Mount Zion will- receive a cordial welcomo here. ' Any kind of heating stove at Nailling Keiser Hardware Co. - - ,J Thanksgiving. ' Thanksgiving services were held last Sunday at the Cumberland Presbyterian Church Rev. J. E. Stuart delivering the sermon of the occasion. A large au dience assembled al the church, and a special musical program was rendered. After the devotions a business meeting was held and election of officers. - W. G. Reynolds was elected president of the United Charities and Lea tJarth, secretary-treasurer. A collection of $1G0 was taken up, which may be increased with donations from those who were not present. Subscriptions to the fund may be made at any time, Several hundred dollars will be needed during the winter to take care of those needing food, cloth ing and medicines. The work of the United Charities is a necessity and'eiti zens should not forget that while some are enjoying good homes and prosperity others are not so fortunate, and that a community which takes care of its poor is always a desirable one, a place where good people and where strangers are anxious to find a home. Police Court. Chief Pardue reports business dull in his department. For the week ending Monday last the Mayor had only had the pleasure of applying the sandpaper to six offenders and had managed to squeeze them loose from $23,00. While it is distressingly dull, the Chief says he had good prospects ahead and is sure he can make a better report next week. ! Sheriff Easterwood had Dick Beale, colored, up Monday on a charge of selling "the forbidden juice." He was bound over in Esq, Sacra's court. . "Sealshipt" oysters are packed solid into air-tight, germ-proof containers at the seaside, thoroughly iced from the out-sido and shipped direct to us. We break the seal here. We deliver them to you as fresh as when dredged, from the deep. Leave an order witli ui to- day.Dahnke's Cafe. . , Nothing equals our Cadet Stocking in ladies and Misses linen knee, heel and toe. Ift. i CUfti-i! 3 Fancy Yoking and Trim ming match in Persian flpgjrrnc TI ms:5u ' Mm im . v essage lor &.ow Every, woman who loves beauty should see this impressive display of captivat ing Street and Evening' Gowns, practically every, material that a refined taste suggests and, every model that fashion proclaims a la mode. . ' v Japanese Sleeves Stylish Bretelles Persian Gauze Yokes Silk Embroidery Beautiful Hobble Skirts The majority are clever copies of French designs, coquettish yet thoroughly ex- , quisite and, daintily trimmed. : ' 4 OUR TAILORED SUITS Women's Full Length Coats OF FINE QUALITY ? of heavy rough mixtures. London Tweeds in brown, D i ri ' t c j t - L c v o gray and blue tones, black broadcloth, half and full lined, Boucle, Cheviot, Serges and Mannish Suitings, Scotch ' . . -i j .1 i . r -J - .it r j X- v , ,r , . -t j r custom tailored throughout. ' Gray. You will nnd this line strictly . man tailored lines, -; . . - - - - .-- - ..,,,.,,.',.: that comes from correct cutting. " . v - -. -. 1 - . , . . -. . . V ( ' ; .': ' ;ai::';V:';!. Silk,, -Petticoats . ;.:.:.; Fancy Waist Fabric -. " . v Examine our $4.so sak skirt'for.l $2.75 Plain Silk, Satin and Silk Persian, brocade and plain,' ur $5.00 Skirt or ,.-;.-.:....,..... 3.50 Persian Chiffon for drapery. V ' ; ' : : " 1 v ; YOU WILL FIND THEM BARGAINS. The general becomingness, of our styles makes our display of greatest interest. The variety is a matter of won der to those most. intimate with our millinery department. ' ' ; ;' Mrs. Rachel Cameron Mabry has charge of our tailoring parlors and would be pleased to meet her many friends. First Street..... 4: Elks Memorial Services. - The Elks of Uils city will hold a memorial service at ' the Elks ' Home next Saturday fternoon, beginning at 2:30 p. ni. Elks only are expected to be present. , ' Tangled Feet in Reins. ' Hickman, Ky., Nov, 27. Yesterday at noon, while getting out of his buggy, Alouzd Leet of near this city, got his foot tangled in the reins and fell, hit ting the concrete walk, and broke his left hip. Mr. Leet Is in the dairy busi ness near here and he is well known to Hickman people. Jle is about GO years old. ( He was seen a few minutes later lying on the ground and unable to get up. Medical attention was at once secured and he is reported in serious condition. Fancy groceries, produce, fruits and candies. , R. S. Godwin's new grocery'. Death of Mr. Barlow. Mr.. Barlow, the carpenter, who was located in this city for several months, and who was recently operated on in Chicago, died at the home of his brother in Waco, Texas, last Friday. Mr. Bar low was an invalid from the effects "of an abcess for some time, and the opera tion came too late to bo of permanent relief. ' " State of Ohio, City of Toledo, , I.ijcas County. . $ Frank J. Cheney ninkes oiith Hint he is senior pnrtnerof the firm of V. 1 Cheney & Co.. doing business in the city of Toledo, county nnd Stste nforesiiid. nnd thnt snid firm will pny the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every ense of Cntnrrh thnt cannot lie cured by the use of Hull s Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my pres ence, this 6th day of December, A. 1). 1886. ,- , A. W. GI.EASON, iska w Notary Public. ilnll'S Cntnrrh Cure is taken internally, nnd nets directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. .Send for testimonials tree. , P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. IT Good Things to Eat FOR ALL OCCASIONS NOTIFY E. P. GRISSOM . HIS STORE LEADS . ; . AND IT'S A PLEASURE TO PLEASE YOU , . ' '. . - GROCERIES, BOTH STAPLE AND FANCY GOLD-STORAGE MEATS' . PRODUCE , FRUITS CANDIES All guaranteed. Phone us a. trial order. We deliver. No order too small No order too large. Real Estate Transfers; M. A. Towell and wife to J.'E. Cloar and wife, lot in Union City, $900. . ' j. A. Calhoun and wife to Wm. Nail ling and C. E. Keiser, 100 acres in No. 3, $1,250. , ' ' ; S. II. Pierce, J. Ii, Thomas and M. llollomon and wife to 3. F. Gaulden, land in No. 11, $4,184. J. R. Thomas to 8. V. Macon, 10 acres in No. 11, $500 . . ' - S. P. Macon and wife to M.'A. Gaul den and J. F. Gaulden, 10 acres in No. li, $500. -: G. S". Forester to G. T. Reeves, 40 acres in No. 4, $1,200. C. E. Hutchens and wife to J. L. Potts, 39 acres in No. 16, $1,500. J. J. Alston and wife to Mrs. Lula Woosley, lot in Union City, $1,000. J. F. Ctinningham.ana wife to W. E. Wray et al., land, $50. John Tierce and wife to T. C. Wilson, lots in Obion, $500. . J. E. Starke and wife to V. E. Wray et al., 14 acres in No. 9, $500. O. Spradlin et al. to J. A. Wells, 72 acres in No, 1, $5,600. C. F; McAnally and wife to W. P. and Fannio Stubbleficld, 180 acres in Nos. 6 and 12, $3,500. . G. W. Bates et al. to Geo. Thillips et al., lots in No. 16, $800. Sallie M. Bryant to Mary I. Towell, lot in Union Cityt $1,005. S. H. Pierce to Walter W. Pierce, 158 acres in No. 11, $15,800. W. S. Raiuey to J. II. Pierce, 190 acres in No. 11, $500. G. T. Taylor to John P. Adan, lot in No. 13. $150. J. F. Freeman and wife to C, W. Ear ley, 75 acres in No. 11, $3,800. . -, M. Bradshaw et al. to Peter C. Eagle hardt, 100 acres in No. 9, $500. . R. T. Milner to Nancy J. Milner, lots in No. 1G, $500. J. W. Johns and wife to W. J. Milam, 52 acres in No. 16, $2,700. J. P. Adams and wife to Geo. Dahnke, lot in No. 13, $377. CO. . J. W. Pcen to 'Sarah E. Deen, CO acres in No. 5, $1,000. Mrs. Fannie Reeves et al, to Wm. J. Erwin, GG acres iu No. 6, $2,300. A Good Citizen. The death of a substantial citizen, E. W, Wilson, took place at his homo at Obion on the 22d ult. Mr. Wilson was one of the three sons of W. M. Wilson, his brothers, A. Wilson, the elder, and T. C. Wilson, the younger Deceased was 45 years of age. lie was mairiod about eighteen years ago to Miss Fannie Ionian,' who survives with a daughter, In, twelve years old. Mr. Wilson was friendly known as Dock, a sturdy, whole-souled, honor- able, intelligent, good man. lie was a member of the Methodic Church and his usefulness to the community was marked in many ways. ( The remains were interred at Beth- lehem cemetery. , Marriage Licenses. . Dudley Hayes and Mrs. Jennie Owens., Perry Green and Minnie Berry. 11, II. Hopwood and Bessie Bird. T. A. Moore and Lillian M. Gray. C. M. Hudspeth and Ruby V'eale. C. W. Morris and Ethel Wadlington. Clarence Yates and Clara Williams. T. A. Dockrey and Alice McClain. ' Dee Smith and Lois Dean, J. 1). Banderford and Nettie Dunn. G. C. Tuley and Tooka Erwin. Ennis Williams and Elia Portlow. C. A. Pillow and Eva Gardner. I suggOit a nice enlargement, either in colors or plain, as something the wife or husband will appreciate as a Christ mas present more than lots of things costing ten times the amount.' South worth, IhotX'grapher. , Farm Loans I make loans on lands loca ted in Obion and Weakley Counties, Tenn., and Fulton County, Ky., in sums of $ 1 ,000 or more on first-class improv ed farms. Forty per cent of the full value of a farm will be Ioned. Loan made I on farm of fifty cre or more on 5 year time with privilege to borrow er of paying same after one year in , full or making any size partial pay. ment desired at interval of 6 month after one year from date of loan, in. teret being stopped on partial pay. ment made. I guarantee the interest and expenses on a loan procured through me will be less than the same loan would cost you obtained from any other source.and the terms and con ditions more satisfactory. O. SPRADLIN " TSION CITY. ! h 1 . w i f I t. 1