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j r r, ... -4 ft ' 1 TfX'Vt iina' off-All School . Suits '22 ALL WOOL FADELESS SHOWER PROOF We are exclusive agents for the celebrated "Hercules" shbwer-proof Boys' Suits. This is undoubtedly the best boys' school suit 6n the market, and has so many points of excellence and superiority that it is impossible to enumer ate them all- We will name, however, two of the most pronounced qualities. One is, it is exceptionally good look ing; the other is its unusual strength and serviceableness. It will also please your boy more than any suit he has ever had, because it is a "mannish" suit, modeled just like a man's long and loose, broad padded shoulder full back, tapering lapels. . . . . . . . , . . . , . "j $5.00-LET US SHOW YOU "HERCULES"-$5.00 "Hercules" suits are made of guaranteed all-wool ; materials cassimeres and cheviots absolutely free from mercerized cotton. Neither sun, rain nor wear will fade the fabrics. ' , The "Hercules" suit is rain proof. It is rain tight, but not air tight; warm in winter, but cool.in sum - mer. . . '.' - - - "Hercules" pants are lined throughout with extra- quality cold shrunk Irish linen and silk-sewed twice. The coats are lined with strong double warp Italian cloth, the kind that does not fray out or wear full of holes in a few days, and they all have a double sleeve lining. When the first lining' wears out you still have another and no bother. ' We stand back of the "Hercules"; with bur very Highest guarantee and if you want the best suit You have ever had otee25mnr?nt try one at $5.00 t When you get ready for your new fall and winter wearables, don't forget that this is Union City's pre-eminent style store. Our Mr. Verhine has Wen in New York three weeks observing the latest style tendencies,-: and we're going to show you the real fashions up to the minute. Watch us. . . . . . ' . V Vk . .' IVuwgaiin) Vcrhinc Compaoy' vr A few more weeks to get our SUMMER PRICES on COAL UNION CITY ICE AND COAL CO. DISTRIBUTORS OF COMFORT. . Zzim Telephone No. , 150. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Mrs. Joe Rogers visited Keuton last week. Dr. I. N. Johnson has bought a farm near Martin. J. J. Harrison is visiting' in Louis ville, Ky., this week. Will Walters will go to Nashvjlle on business next week. Mrs. Jno. Inman, of Troy, was a yjsiiyf in the city Monday. Mrs. F. S. White and children visited Newbern this week. Miss Cordie Cheatham, of Gibbs, was shopping in our city Friday. See our wonderful Rug and Drug get values. Bell Furniture Co. Miss Ida Bramham, of Woodland, was a visitor in the city Monday. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Dobbins, of Fulton, were in the city Tuesday. Chas. Naylor is reported quite ill at his home in District Number One. ;. . Miss Katie Morris returned from a. pleasant visit to Trenton friends '' Miss Myra Nolen visited her sis ter, Mrs. Will Green, in Paducah this week.' ', : . V. Chas. Keen, who has been dan gerously ill of typhoid teer, is re ported better. G. W, Pbebus has bought the Ociom home and will move there in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hubbs re turned to their home m Mayfield, Ky., Wednesday. , Miss Addie Gardner went to Jack son last week to visit her sister, Mrs. John D. Boaz. Mrs. Ramer and daughter, Miss Nell Ramer, of Moscow, Ky., were in the city this week. Mrs. Nellie White and little Miss Vivian Woodro returned from a visit to Memphis Friday. China Matting cheap, at Bell Furniture Co. . Nothing delivered on Sunday af ter 11 a. ra. Dahnke. Supt. W. H. Cook went to Jack son to-day to attend the West Ten nessee Farmer's Institute. Judge Morris is quite sick at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ed Hawes, on Harrison street. Miss Lizzie Waddell went to Whiteville last week to visit her sister, Mrs. Lou Caruthers. W. H. Lanzer, one of the popular city carriers, is visiting in Kenton. Cd Hawes is the substitute. . Indian made clothes hampers f 1.50 up, at Bell Furniture Co. - . Mrs. Roy Scott, of Hickory, Ky ., visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Z. Massengill, the past week. Dr. and Mrs. A. P. Waddell, of Memphis, were in the city this; week visiting relatives and old-time friends. Mrs. Joe Nailliug and Mrs. R; Green visited "Loogview," the beautiful country home ot Mrs. Amanda Harelson, Saturday. Miss Martha Bell, of Dyersburg, was here Tuesday visiting her friend, Miss Vera Sanders. ' Miss Belle was en route to school in Knoxville. Obion Presbytery of the Cumber land Presbyterian Church convenes in fall session at North Union, five miles southwest of Kenton, Tenn., next Tuesday at 11 a. m. Japanese Matting cheap, at Bell v urniture uo. W. C; Masters, of Pennsylvania, principalof the business department of the City High School, arrived here last week and is now engaged in school work in Union City. Harry Edwards and sister, Miss Ara, left this week for Columbia, Tenn., to attend school. Harry goes to the military academy and Miss Ara to the Columbia Institute Indian made clothes hampers l.5U up, at Bell Furniture Co. Bethel College of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church at McKenzie, had a fine opening of its fifty-sev enth year's work Tuesday, there being an enrollment of almost one hundred students Wallace W. Moore, accompanied by his wife, .is spending the week in the Eastern cities buying a stock of jewelry suitable for the holiday season. He will move his store to the building formerly occupied by Polk's drug store. China Matting Furniture Co. , cheap, at Bell Col.,W. M. Wilson, of Obion, who has been very sick in Union City for several days, went to Dawsou Springs yesterday. Mr. Wilson was here as defendant in a damage suit, which was reset for Sept. 30, on account of bis illness. ' Wm. D. Bramham, of the firm of Davis, Bramham & Co., left yester day for Roswell, N. Mex., accom panied by bis brother, B. C. Bram ham. Mr. Will Bramham's friends are sorry to hear of his lliness and trust that the Western climate may soon restore mm to pertect health. He is one of our good citizens and general interest is taken in his wel fare. - Ladies, call and see the hand painted parlor table Bell Furniture Co. gives away at the Fair Sept. 26. 7": Scates-White. . Erwin Scates, one of the foremost and best young men of Union City, was married at West Point, Miss., on Wednesday, Sept. 4, to Miss Vivienne White, well known in this city, having visited here on former occasions and enjoyed much social attention. The wedding took place at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. W. A. White, at 5 o'clock p m., the bridal party embarking on the first train for Union City, fol lowed with a shower of rice and blessings. At midnight they reached Union City and were re ceived by a party of young people at the train who escorted them to the Scates home. The bride wore a brown traveling suit. The ceremony was said by Rev. Zwingle, pastor of the Cum berland Presbyterian Church at Columbus, Miss. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Scates, of Union City, a young man of the highest charac ter and attainments. He is a stu dent of the University of Missouri at Columbia, and leaves in a few days, accompanied by Mrs. Scates, returning to school. The bride is a young woman of social and per sonal popularity in her Mississippi home, and admired by her many Union City friends We extend con gratulations. Mrs. S. B. Moss. ' Yesterday morning at 10.45, after many months of patient suffering, the gentle spirit of Mrs. S. B. Moss passed away, returning to the ten der care of her maker. ' Mrs. Mobs, who was born and reared in Weakley County near; Palmersville. was formerly Miss Cordie Ross, daughter of Rev. Reu ben Ross, a Primitive Baptist, who was one ot the pioneers of Weakley, and he and his descendants have ong been known for their great strength of character and integrity of purpose. Mrs. Moss was forty-nine years old the 4th of last March. Jn early life she; was married to Mr. S. B. Moss, and the husband, five eons and two daughters, are left to mourn her loss. A brother, Mr. Reuben Moss, a lumberman of Jack son, Miss., was with - her- at the time of death. ; - , " Mrs. Moss was a woman of Btrong mind and character, and reared her children with the highest ideal ever before them. While not a membe of any church, she was a christian in the fullest and truest sense, and often expressed to " those around her a readiness to enter the dark valley, but 6he yet longed to live for those who loved her. She was devoted wife, mother, 6ister and friend, and there are many who wil mingle their tears with her family that so useful and lovely a cbarac ter was snatched away when tno6t needed. . The funeral services will be at the home this afternoon at 3 o'clock and the interment at East View. Ordinance. An Ordinance to compel the owners ol real estate to cut and remove the grass and weeds from the sidewalks and alleys upon the premises of the owners thereof;'nnd providing for the Board of Mayor and Aldermen to have the same done In the event the owner fails or refuses to do same and to create a lfen in favor of the Bonrd of Mayor and Aldermen. Be it ordained by the Board and Mayor of Alder men of I'liion City, That all owners of real estate within the said corporation of Union City be and are hereby required to cut and remove the grass and weeds adjoining and upon the sidewalks and around the alleys uiion the premises of the owner of said real estate. Owners of real estate include tenants for life, joint tenants within the meaning of the provisions of this order. Be it further ordained, That if such owners fail or refuse to cut and remove the grass and weeds as required In the foregoing section, that the Bonrd of Mayor and Aldermen of I'nion City shall have authority to cut and remove the grass and weeds and charge the owner thereof for siicj labor, and the Board of Mayor and Aldermen shall have a lien upon said real estate from which the grass and weeds are cut, and said lien shnll be enforced as a lien for taxes. Be it further ordained, That the owners of real estate shall keep the weeds and grass cut as pro- ided in the first paragraph of this ordinance from the first day of June until the first clay of October, each and every year. This September J, YAfl. JNO. T. WALKER. Mayor. W. Ui .sisLKV. kwfwder. - ...... :.- TO THE COURTS. Preacher Files a Damage Suit for $100,000. Fulton, Ky., Sept. 3. The $100,. , 000 damage suit filed by the Rev. F. M. Hawley against W. W. Mead ows and others for alleged assault is on the docket of the Fulton Cir cuit Court, now in session at Hick man. This is the outcome of one of the most sen&aiioaal cases everi known in this county. ; Meadows, who is a prominent business man, accused the minister of breaking up his home, and capturing him at the depot one night took him, ac companied by a party of friends, to an obscure spot, where the minister was tied up and mercilessly flogged by Meadows and his allies. The minister denies that Mead ows had any cause to accuse hum and-said he had returned to Fulton to clear his, name arid that of his church when he learned of the alle gations. Hawley has also filed suit in the Federal Court at Paducah. BAD HEALTH. Worry, Overwork, Hasty Eating, cessive Use of Liquors, Loss of . Sleep, Neglect of Nature's Calls. These Bring on the Deadly Bright's Disease. Thousands Die of It Every Year. Kidney disease is the enemy we have most to fear as a result of the feverish restlessness of modern civilization. It Is a treacherous enemy, working out its deadly effect under cover of the most trifling symptoms. The first indication of changes in the urine, frequent head aches, digestive troubles, should he the signal for prompt remedial measures. Prickly Ash Bitters is ft kidney remedy of the greatest .merit; it is soothing, healing and strengthening, quickly re ieves'the aching or soreness that always appears in advanced stages, checks the progress of the disease and through its excellent cleansing and regulating effect in fhe stomach, liver and bowels; it brings back the strength and ruddy glow of vigorous health, ,' , Accept no substitute. Inift on havlnsr the getluine Prickly Ash Hitters tviih t lie targe figure t in red on the front label. Sold Everywhere. Pries Sl.00 per bottle. RED CROSS DRUS STORE, Special Agents, Hin t Ee Misled. Caldwell's Book .Store can supply you with all jwt school books and school supplies. We will buy all your Id books. D. P. Caluwku., ; , . The Bonk Dealer. iiOtyitt JJU.SIJ? ESS OPEN 7 NO - For an eneTge-tle m;tri who en furnish good reference, Exfrf-rk-iHv not !!( ary Address E, K. F-rtes Piano k, 162 N. Main St., Mcmpftls, Term.