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Real Estate Transfers.
I- J. Young and wife to B- II. Settle, wo lots in 'o. 6, 1140. H. B. Horner to Dahnkc, Elam &. ITardue, lot in Union City, $oo0. Jno. R. Walker ctal. to T. C. Wilson, Hot in Obion, f750. R. B. Stone and wife to Jno. T. "Walker, lot in Union City, $500. Kelson Browder and wife to J. E. 'Tucker, 35 acres in No. 1G, $1,420. B. F. Adams and wife to Mrs. Mary .A. Smith, 25 acres in No. 15, 13,000.' C. B Turnage and wife toSamSimp : won, 151 acres in No. 9, 1370. D. N Walker, trustee, to A. Semones, , Jland in No. 13, $4,G50. 8. L. Tettus and wife to J. W. Itmon, 3ot in No. 10, $00. J. L. King and wife to William A. Tursley, 82 acres in No. 2, f 4,000. Jesse L. Tucker et al. to J. W. Mc Afee, lots in Kenton, t-,iou. iq David A. Kenney and wife to W. D. Morgan, 85 acres in No. 16, $2,000. Jno. A. Wheeler to II. T. Moss et al., one-half interest in house and lot in Union City, $3,000. W. D. Morgan and wife to David A. Kenney and wife, two lots in No. 16, rt2,000. J. M. Campbell and wife to J. C. Henry, six lota in Obion, $1,000. N. I. Manley to II. V. Huffstutter, Sand in No. 9, $240. Jas. II. Carroll et al. to Mrs. Lucinda Dunn, land in No. 4, $300. - W. II. Caldwell to C. P. Caldwell, 2 acres in No. 10, $50. O. B. Chandler to Mrs. Sallie Ann Chandler, lot in Union City, $1,000, C. A. Gray to John Crossno, land in No. , $1,500. II. A. Hailey and wife to Mary Hailoy, lot in Obion, $400. Jerry Trice and wife to C. E. Bushart, land in No. 13, $350. Ann F. George et al. to J. D. Alex ander, interest in 139 acres in No. 2, $2,540. Eldors A. R. P. Church to Thos. Mc Donald, lot in Troy, $30. bay! V hat about a buggy? Go to Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. Marriage Licenses. W. II. Johnson and Birdie Hutchins Will Jones and Georgia Ann Jones. COLORED. Sam S. Smith and Ella Bell Transon. Coal and wood delivered promptly by toe Union City Ice & Coal Co. Death of S. G. Brown. 1 S. G. Brown, who was the son of Thomas and Margaret Dickey Brown was born August 22, 1859, and died March 4, 1912, at his residence two and a half miles west of Troy, ' Mr. Brown grew up to manhood in the Ebenezer community in the Sixth District. At the early age of 15, lie professed religion and united with the Cumberland Pres byterian Church at Ebenezer, in which lie was a deacon. In 1887 he was mar ried to Miss Mary Hart who with three children, Richard and the twins, Lee and Lena, survive the loss of husband and father. About a year ago, Mr Brown's health began to fail, Bright'i disease developed and the sad but not unexpected end carte last Monday. His body was buried the day following his death in the Koeue graveyard, 2 miles northwest of Troy. News-Banner. GOOD WORK. Dose Daily is Union City. Many ' Citizens Tell of it. Nearly every reader has heard of Doan's Kidney Pills. Their good work in Union Union City still contines, and our citizens are constantly adding en dorsement by public testimony. No bettor proof of merit can be had than the experience Of friends and neighbors, Read this caso: T. L. Lancaster, Deputy Circuit Court Clerk, Union City, Teon., says: "When I used Doan's Kidney Pills some time ago, they gavo roe relief from kidney trouble and I publicly recommended them. I feel justified in confirming that statement." For Bale by all dealers. Trice 50c, Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. I. C BUBDICK Wholesale and Retail Reelfoot Lake and Mississippi River "Fis Game Oysters in Season. Bame old stand, near the ice factory. ; WANTED Travelinz salesmen for hn W. T. Rawleinh Medical Co. Ad dress Rives, Tenn., or telephone 81 R. 50-5t Call 150 for coal of any kind. Local and Personal Eev. RidJick, of Troy, was in the city Monday. Mr. Leslie Hooper, of Rives, wa3here Monday. Judge W. W. Cochran has returned from Lake County. All kinds of coal at Union City Ice & Coal Co. Mr. Frank Cox was in Tiptonville this eek attending court. Mr. OIlie Nichols, of Troy, was a vis itor in the city Monday. Buggies, the best line I ever saw, at Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. F. L. Fittman was a social visitor in Woodland Mills Sunday, Mr. Herman Dietzel was a busincs vis itor in Nashville this week. Listen! Let's get acquainted. Visit B. Blewer'p Cafe. Mr. Ben Howard was in Nashville this weetc loosing alter business. O. L. Tarduo left this week going to Nashville on a circuit of his territory. Buggies, the best line I ever saw, at Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. The Chief of Tolice, Mr. Tardue, re ports this week four arrests and tines amounting to $15. Miss Ninnie Barksdale was home Sat urday and Sunday from her school vis iting her mother and sister. The aim of the Home Furniture Co. is always to please. W. S. Thompson, Traveling Freight Agent of the M. & O. R. R. Co., was a caller in this office last week. T. F. Scott and daughter went to Nash ville last week, Miss Scott for medical treatment in one of the hospitals. You've tried the rest, now try the best Jersey Cream Flour. Mrs. June Clark, of Kirksey, Ky., was iirtbe city last week attending her mother, Mrs. Frances Johnson, during her last illness. Miss OIlie Threlkelil, of Woodland Mills, is located in Durant, Miss., as trimmer for one of the leading milliners of that place &is spring. See Sherman Sutherland's spring styles and woolens. J. D. Littleton, traveling salesman for one of the biggest houses in the United States, was a visitor here at home with his family this week. Mr. Richard Semones has returned from Chicago, after a term in school for the acquirement of the science of auto mobile repairing and construction. Bedroom suites at any price at Home Furniture Co. Phone 99. Mr. M. Glasscock and daughter, Miss Bessie, were in St. Louts last week, among other things witnessing the per formance of the Chantecler, with Maude Adams as star. Mr. Geo. W. Johnson and Mr. Jesse Short, of Franklin, were in the city last week attending the funeral of Mr. John son's sister-in-law and Mr. Short's aunt, Mrs. Frances Johnson. , You want CLEAN bread. Then ask for DAHNKE'S wrapped in GERM and DUST-PROOF WRAPPERS. J. W. House, of Martin, is now con nocted with R. T. Curlin's dry goods store as salesman. Mr. House comes with the highest indorsements and will bring with him new business of very valuable quantity and quality. Mr. Clarence Reynolds went to Nasi' ville last week to consult with medics! authority with reference to a surgical operation. Mr. Reynolds returned late ly froma visit to Memphis where he was very ill for several weeks, and con cluded to take advantge of an operation in Nashville which has been very suc cessful in every respect. Ask your grocer for DAHNKE'S WRAPPED BREAD. He will charge you no more for it. All the goodness kept in all the dirt kept out. W. D. Pickens, editor of the Lake County News, was in the city Monday on his way to Purdy, Tenn., to visit his father who was reported very ill. Mr. Pickens is now proprietor of the News, having bought the plant a few weeks ago and is turning out one of the best county papers Lake County has afford ed for many a day. Model Plumbing Shop, A. B. Nichols, in the concrete block, on Church street, has one of prettiest and most complete plumbing shops in the State. Mr. Nichols has in the front office samples and display of the latest porcelain bath-room accessories, heaters, sinks, lavatories, etc. In the rear he has a full lino of all kinds of fitting material and equipment. The entire display represents some of the finest and best standard goods, and the place is altogether attractive. i Use Jersey Cream Flour. Nonebetter, MADAM GRACE CORSETS-You will find that they will give you correct form and comfort RV Amdl Now. ich Silk Dresses, Linen Cream Serge, Bedford Cords and Lingerie Gowns in the loveliest styles imaginable. Each garment pos sesses individuality not to be found in any garment. . . . . . Lace Blouses Underwear . lit- r r Silk Petticoats, Princess Slip House Gowns, K:mo- In beautiful Russian models, combinations or Uuney. naSf Dress;ng Sacques, Gowns and Corset Covers in Oriental and Filet Laces, , Crepe de Chine. . v New Waists Laces . . .". . . n i i j . : . This store is showing a wonderful line of Laces, in For Spring, exhibiting Pans ideas in plain and trim- Macrame WKite and Ecru Clun Cotton and Linen, med silks .plain and fancy-trimmed voiles; cottonjinen FJ and shadow Uceg J bands and Mhyers , and silk Shirts, and the most up-to-date I le-on Waists match. 1 Silk Department Suits RRIMFUL Do not fail to see our $10.00, $12.50, $15.00, $16.50 and $18.00 Suits, in cream serges and fancy-weaves. Messaline, Taffeta, Foulards and . Habiti . Messaline Petticoats, black and colors, at $ 1 .98. , mart and Stylish Creations in Millinery Ripe with novelty and alive with color; all that is new and critically correct you will find in our show-room. It is individuality that has given us the largest Millin ery business in the city. Every hat we show has an authoritative style. - MISS SALLIE Is in charge of our Millinery Department Social and Personal - Mrs. Berrylnll, Editor. Telephone 140. Kindly report as early as con venient. Those Studes Again. We have it on authority that the students at the U. C. T. S. are shortly to issue a tri-weekly newspaper called "The Fruit Cake Special." s The editor of the sheet has not as yet been appointed by the management, but it is generally known that an able chief may be selected from the bunch of brilliantly erratic geniuses of the Debow-Aydelot aggregation. Outside arrangements will be made with Clem Burdick, the local weather bird, to supply the weather forecasts and assist Grover Wilson in the Reel foot Lake fish news department and withW. T. Harris to become society editor at special salary. Frank Keye has been unanimously elected - office boy and printer's devil, as he has super fine fighting muscle and can mop up with delinquent subscribers at a mo ment's notice. Paul Erwin will run the fashion department; Ralph Quinn will furnish the religious news; Hale and Caruthers the sporting news; Pratt Waddell the poetry, and Robert W. Chambers the book reviews. - set A Recipe. v To run across a good-looking recipe is a joy to all ladies, even if their knowledge of cookery or chemistry is limited to the simple arts of knowing how to boil water and buying a nickle's worth of perfume in a bottle. Here is a recipe which looks as if it were capable of bringing joy to a great many perpendicular-haired people as it is supposed to keep in 'or make the hair curl; "Olive oil, one pound; oil of organum, one drachm; oil rosemary, one and one-half drachms." This recipe sounds awfully greasy. The fact that pomatums went out of style with the hoop skirt and Grecian bemler and thai fk-wy lieHus and not glossy heads are at present the prevail ing mode, has been established uni versally, save, perhaps, in the remote hill regions and Eskimo vicinities where the Ladies Home Journal arid the Do lineator haven't such a wide circulation. The recipe does sound very greasy, but one might as well be dead as not in style, and a little greasy in order to be curly. . The main trouble about the recipe is I Suit ? NORMAN that there is no telling what "drachm" and "organum" mean. The latter word sounds suspiciously like castor oil. The mystery, however, may be accom modatingly settled by asking Mr. Lawson Faxon, of the Red Star Drug Store, who is a graduated pharmacist, and wouldn't let us get poisoned for anything. Concerning the using of the pre scription the same suggestion is made as was made by our most noted physi cian who had given a very rheumatic patient, a good-looking, rheumatism prescription, clipped from a daily pa per. He told him to have the pre scription filled and use it, and that if it was of benefit to let him know as be had rheumatism badly, - himself, and would like to try it. Mrs. J. J. Swiggart Dead. Mrs. J. J. Swiggart died Monday morning at 8:30 o'clock afcher home two and a half miles south of the city, after a week's illness of la grippe, which terminated in a stroke of paralysis caus ing death Monday. The deceased was 74 years of age and had lived in this community all of her life. Her husband preceded her to the grave two years. , Five children mourn her taking off. They are: Messrs. William, George, Sam and John Swiggart and Miss Nannie Swiggart, all of this city or vicinity. The burial took place-to-day at noon at Walnut Grove burying ground. Rev. W. E. Stewart said the last sad offices at the grave. The deceased was held in high esteem by all who knew her and her death will be regretted by the neighborhood and community where she lived for so many years. We join the many friends in extend ing condolence to the sorrowing family. Fulton Leader. - If you want the best and cheapest, vw Vn Air oonl Union City Tee t Coal Company. H. P. T AYLOR Architect and Builder House Plans, Specification and Estimates Scientifically Adjusted Office: Room 15, Buildine SILK HOSE FOR 25c To you who have decided, but have not V bought, and to the intending buyer, who has not yet selected: You will find our Ready-to-Wear Department in complete readiness. T. CURLIN. The mi Lowest OUR MOTTO FOR 1912 FOR GROCERIES FOR ALL OCCASIONS v NOTIFY E. P. GRISSOM HIS STORE LEADS AND IT S A PLEASURE TO PLEASE YOU GROCERIES, BOTH STAPLE AND FANCY COLD-STORAGE MEATS PRODUCE FRUITS CANDIES All guaranteed. Phone us a trial order. We deliver. No order too small. No order too large. Mrs. Frances Johnson. Mrs. Frances Short Johnson was born October 9, 1834; died March 7, 1912, be ing 77 years and 5 months of age. Her husband, W. B. Johnson, died Doc. 4, 1910, only 15 months gone. . Mr. and Mrs. Johnson were the pa rents of seven children, five of whom were with her in her latt illness, J. W., M. B., Mrs. Alice Harpole, Mrs. Lizzie Corum and Mrs. June Clark. L5 lc4vti onj LfulLcr, Mr. J -. A. Short, of Franklin, Tenn. Mrs. Johnson was a kind and devoted mother, a good neighbor, always ready and willing to help those in need. While Mrs. Johnson was not connected with any church, she was of the Primitive Baptist faith. In words and deeds she lived ft Christian and was often heard to say she was not afraid to risk her life in the hands of the Lord. Only a few days ago she expressed herself as being ready Goods Prices to die. Truly, a devoted mother, kind friend and a good neighbor is gone. A Full Line. March is busy showing weather With much glee. Has arranged the styles together, As you see. Snow in winter, heat in summer, Rain in fall. March has samples, like a drummer, f i .1 ti The render of this pnper will ! ohw! to learn that there is at lrat one drrsi.1. i disK9 that science baa bceo utile to cir in ail (((.-. and that i Cutnrrh. Hall Ctrrh Cute Ir ihi only positive cure now known to the .1 friiternity. Catiirrh being n roituliott'it th WHe, reuireiflContiltiti(jiil ttwtmeM. llstl Cutiirrh Cure i taken interniiMv, m-tii - 1tsn t!v upon the blood mid trturous mi; '.in. !' i)n- st. tem. thereby dmtroytug the font,. lotion of the disease, mid k'ivmif the imtieot remjth y htilltl iitif tip the constitution and ;ii5Uinfcr imt:?re in doing its work. The prounetot o i;nn h fnith in Uh cumlive ofr u M th. y i Hundred Iolliir f'-r any c-iiie twit it ti -iK In cure i Send Uit lil of tentimoninH. I Al1re K. J t'tlKNhY & CO.. Toledo. O. 1 .;,4 r, oil I..ioi6i I Taktf lull's i'iUiiuj l'illa for COHtij,utii.m. j