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T W O ID) TV y. b y la WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY n-nr LfUul DIRECT FROM THE GLOBE THEATRE, NEW YORK ANNETTE KELLE'RMAMN, The Perfect Woman, in the Sublime Achievement of the Moving' Picture Art k ... . f- r: s .Wft.""1' r WHAT NEW YORK THINKS ABOUT THIS GREAT PRODUCTION: Something "new in film entertainment;1 spldndid effects follow each other in a wav that is dazzling. N. Y. Tribune. Annette Kellermann works N. Y. Sun. Annette Kelle'rmann in "Neptune's Daughter" appeals to every "movie" fan. N. Y. World. An original and diverting fantasy of the sea Miss Kellerman a real mermaid. N. Y. Herald. Pictures startlingly beautiful. Miss Kellermann more fascinating than on the stage. Mail. In a sinele feature Annette Kellermann wLls greater nonularitv as a nrrre-n artist tKnn that which was hers as vaudeville star. N. Y. Telegraph. . The large house and the spontaneous applause proved that the pleasure. N. Y. Evening Post. . Sckool Rally at Chapel Hill. . On last Saturday the teachers, Prof. B. A. Vaughn and Miss Maggie Milner, and the patrons of Chapel Hill held a school rally. On account of the weather there was a small crowd there, but much interest manifented by those pres ent. Frof. J. W. Brister, of the West Tennessee Normal, was expected, but telegraphed that he could not come. C. L. Ridings made a talk on "Con solidation;" W, G. Reynolds on "Prac tical Side of Schools;" A. C. Nute on "The Efficient Rural School." Of all the good talks Mr. Nute has made in this county, this one was the equal, if not the superior of any of them. Some of the teachers present and some of the patrons made short talks. The good people of Chapel Hill served a good and bountiful dinner. This, combined with their genial hospitality, . made the4 visitors want another rally there next Saturday, and for several Saturdays. Much , praise is due Prof..Vaughn for this rally, as he was the moving spirit in the work. The writer and Mr. Nute a indebted to Mr. W. Reynolds for bis kindness in carrying us to Chapel Hill in his car. Mr. Reynolds has been exceedingly kind to me on several occasions this year when ho has been going over his roads. Yours very truly, C. L. Ridings. . Annette Kellermann. Annette Kellermann iu, "Neptune's Daughter," one of the most successful feature films ever presented in Union City, will be shown at the Reynolds Theatre on Dec. 2 and 8. This remarka ble photo play with its scenes afloat and ashore gives Miss Kellermann unlimited scope to display her unquestioned abu i y as a swimmer and diver, and bas attracted large audiences wherever dis played. The scene showing Miss Kellermann hurled from a 65 foot cliff into the water, bound hand and foot, is one of the stirring scenes with which this photo play abounds. Bermuda, with its sun shine and its flowers, affords a splendid scenic environment to this interesting novelty. Besides the evening performances, matinees are given daily. Use Dahnke-W alker Milling Co. Jer sey Cream Flour, a home product and guaranteed. Jfcuu,""" :'J. ',4,-" "5 film wonders pictures out of the Three Prisoners Escape. Three men, two white and one negro, escaped from the Obion County jail Monday evening about seven o'clock They were engaged in whitewashing the outer corridor of the upper floor, while Jailer Stovall and the other officers were attending to the supper of the other twenty or more prisoners. Seeing their chance, they quietly removed some bricks out of the wall of the strong hold, and climbing down over the back porch, disappeared. Mr. Sto vail shot at them just as they disap peared around a comer. The white men were serving jail sentences for as sault and petty larceny. Wells, the leader of the trio, was brought up here by Sheriff Finch for fighting a very old man down around Samburg. Johnson, owing to the ravages of the war, had been forced to lift some provisions from a grocery, and the negro was being held' for a witness in the recent robbery of a Rives citizen by five white men from East St. Louis on a Mobile & Ohio pas senger train. Call 150 and get your coal and wood. Union City Ice & Coal Co. Marriage Licenses. Allen Rogers and Bessie L. Lawson. W. P. Vance and Mrs. Sallie Bryant I. C. Neely and Delia Wallis. Ditzel Godwin and Esther Pope. Ernest Powell and Elsie Lawson Henry Bowers and Kate Stovall A. F. Killebrew and Ettie Minton. L. 0. Floyd and Stella Akin. Shelton Newman and Addie May Crabtree. ' ilMIMffliff! IB mn mi became the entire system becomes permeated with injur ious acids, - To relieve rheumatism Scott s Emulsion is a double help; it is rich in blood-food; it imparts strength to the functions and sup plies the very oll-food that rheu matic conditions always need. Scott's Emulsion bas helped countless thousands when other remedies failed. No AlcoloL JttfaM Substitatei. 4-4S rr TTT ' u A Thrilling' Fancy of ordinary and eooch makine. unusual film had given real , Spelling Bee. A spelling bee will be held at Pleas ant Valley schoolhouse Friday night Dec. 4. Candy will be sold at ten cents a bag. Proceeds for the church. Come young, come old, and let's all see who will Btand victorious at the spelling bee New Paper at Martin. Martin, Tenn., Nov. 20. The Weak ley County Democrat, a new paper for Martin, will make its appearance in this city Nov. 27. Geo. G. Morris, editor of the Greenfield, Sharon and Bradford Times, will edit the new paper. He an nounces the paper will be Democratic in politics and a booster for Martin. Mr. Morris bas bad considerable newspaper experience in the larger cities and has been connected with some of the leading papers of the southwest. It was at the solicitation of a number of Martin's pro gressive citizens that the new paper bas been established, they feeling that the growth and importance of the town de mand another live, progressive paper. Over $400 for One Wagon Load Ves Kelly & Son probably are entitled to the blue ribbon for the largest load of pecans ever brought to Hickman if not in the entire State for market. Mr. Kelly brought in a load Saturday which weighed 4,278 pounds. These were sold to J. C. Newton, of East Hickman, at close to ten cents a pound, bringing Mr. Kelly something over $400 in coin of the realm. Kentucky pecans are probably the finest in the world and always command a price in excess of tbe general run of nuts. Hickman Courier. Card of Thanks. We are deeply indebted to our good friends for their kindness to us during illness and death of . our dear father, and trust that God's richest blessings will be with you and that you will ac cept our heartfelt thanks. David Gray. Makh Gray. Mrs. Fannie Williams. Mrs. Demaris Johnson. Mrs. Demetra Norrid. Mrs. Henry Wheeler. Mrs. H. M. Glover. Rub a sore throat with BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. - One or two ap plications will cure it completely. Price 25c, 50c and tl.00 per bottle. Sold by Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store. advt "r l mj mwHw fa) r n n U Adults . . . . BETHEL. Mr. Daught Summers and family, of Hornbeak, visited Mr. Em Brown Sat urday night and Sunday. Miss Nannie Sanders visited Troy friends Saturday. Mrs. Chester Brown and Mrs. Cleve land Brown and daughter, Follie, were in Troy Saturday shopping. Mr. Frank Brown and family visited Mr. Jas. Calhoun and family at Pro temus Sunday. Mrs. Jess Ray and daughter, returned home Sunday from a week's visit with Hornbeak and Obion relatives. J. C. Sanders visited Brownsville, Ky. Sunday. There will be preaching here the fifth Sunday by Rev. George Boston. Mrs. Dicey Calhoun, of Troy, visited her niece, Mrs. Sam Grooms, recently Mr. Vaughn Owens is putting in a new mill here this week. Bethel boasts of two mills in the bot tom. Now, guess business will pick up. Mr. Bub Dickey is building a new barn. Trixie. Parisian ivory toilet sets. Dietzel. FAMILY AVOIDS SERIOUS SICKNESS By Being Constantly SoppL'ed Willi Thedford'i Black-Draught, McDuff, Va. "I suffered for several years," says Mrs. J. B. Whittaker, of fhia nlnrc "with cirlr haiAirh anil stomach trouble. Ten years ago a friend told me to try Thpdfnrd's Rlarlf-nrano-ht uWh I Hif and T found it to be the Best family medi- cintv iur young ana oia. . I IrPCn Rlarlr.nraiKTM rm hnnA all ihm h'me now, and when my children feel a nine um, uicy bsk me ror a nose, ana u does them more good than any medicine they ever tried. aess in our family, since we commenced osing Black-Draught." Thdfrrd's Rlarlr.rtraiirrlit la nttrnl vegetable, and has been found to regu I.1J. I- I 1 - 1 uuc wed Mumacns, aia aigesuon, re lieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea, headache, sick stomach, and similar lymptoms. It has been in constant use for more than 70 vears, and has benefited more than a million people. Your druggist sells and recommends Black-Draught. Price only 25c. Get a Backage to-day. - N.C121 C 0)99 J the Mysterious Deep FFPT nf Fascinating LL I UI pti m P RICE 25c Children . . . . I5c Real Estate Transfers. Mrs. Annie Swayey to J, A. Averitt and wife, lot in No. 13, .$1,000. Lawrence Campbell and wife to Geo. A. Gibbs, two lots in No. 18, $100. D. E.Tucker and wife to W. A. Smith, U acres in No. 6, $121.18. G. B. White and wife to Sam Wilson, lot in No. 13, $750. Robert Bell and wife to G. B. White,' lot in No. 13, $1,500. J. B. Waddell to G. B. White, lot in No. 13, $30. W. P. Browder to G. W. Leigh, 25 acres in No.' 7, $1,440. John Pierce to E. S. Thomas, lot in No. 16, $200. Maggie Rowlett to E. S. Thomas, lot in No. 16, $250. W. A. Nailling to Mrs. L. E. Ro decker, Lot in No. 13, $750. V. J. Jernigan to J. T. Chiles, lot in No. 15, $200. L. L. Park and wife to W. H. Vinson et al., 80 acres in No. 10, $2,600. E. Rogers to J. V. Shapard, 60 acres in No. 3, $1,300.' Polk Beaird to J C. Smith, 83 acres in No. 9, $3,000. J. F. Howard and wife to D. R. Cole man, lot in No. 13, Wo. J. C. Smith to Miss Annie B. Sand- ford, 26 acres in No. 5, $500. Mrs. M. J. Hopper to J. C. Smith, 26 acres in No. 5, $500. J. C. Smith to John Claude Smith, 64 acres in No. 5, $2,300. H, W. Kimball to Jas. W. Pressly, 421 acres in No. 6, 2,210. , "Conscience Money." The following unique letter has just been received by the passenger traffic department of the Nashville, Chattanoo ga & St. Louis Railway, and illustrates why some railroads have a "conscience fund.'1 'God '8 law requires all wrongs to be made right. My boy rode from Mur freesboro, Tenn., to St. Louis, Mo., over your lines in 1910. I did not pay any fare for him, although be was six years old. This was not right. Enclosed please find draft for amount of the half fare ticket. Please forgive in the name of your company." The draft not only included the amount of the ticket but interest on this amount at 6 per cent, making in all $6.81. The letter came from a preacher in the West. i 1 1 iTi LIBERTY. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Bondurant are the proud parents of a pretty 9-pound boy, arriving in tbe home Nov. 15. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bondurant and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Chambers were Sunday visisors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Bondurant. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Chambers and children, of Fulton, were Sunday vis itors in the home of Mr. M. P. Cham bers. Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Bondurant are kept on the wing entertaining their new grandson, Manter Mose Nelson Bondurant. Thos. J. Bonner & Son, Rives, Tenn., knows about Liv-Ver-Lax. You need it for your liver. advt Urgent Case. "Boss, may I go home for a few mo ments?" "Urgent case?" "Very. . My wife is invited to bridge party and has nobody to hook her up the back." Kill HER GIVES OUT , - What Then? The Family Suf fers, the Poor Mothers Suf ferMrs. Becker Meets This Distressing Situation, Collinsville. I1L "I suffered from a nervous break-down and terrible head aches, and was tired all over, totally worn out and too discouraged to enjoy life, but as I had four in family and sometimes eieht or nine boarders. ! kent on working despite my suffering. " I saw Vinol advertised and decided to try it. and within two week a I noticed a decided improvement in my condition and now I am a well woman' Mrs. Ana Becker, Collinsville, 111. There are hundreds of nprvmn run down, overworked women In this vicinity who are hardly able to drag around and who we are sure would be wonderfully benefited by Vinol as Mrs. Becker was. The reason Vinol is so uccpMfnl tn building up health and strength in such cases is because it combines the meriiH. nal tissue building and curative element of cod's livers together with the blood making, strengthening properties of tonic iron. We ask every weak, ner vous, run-down man or woman in thia vicinity to try a bottle of Vinol on our guarantee to return their money if it fails to benefit. j Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store.