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F?JI Fashions for L eo .-rM
:. 'I Advance shewing of fall anJ winter styles, including Schloss J. ISros. Sfc Co. 'a famous "Correct f Clothes for Gentlemen." L We most cordially invite you to call at our sture during the comins week, to look over and get ac-; quainted with the best and latent ' , 1'nnhions in men's wear. We are especially urgent about thU invitation now because fall, as you probably know, i. the great time of tbe year when fashions change, and the advance styles for tne doming Benson are shown m greatest variety and attractive ness. Our new stock is just in and we want you to see it. N eer before in all our experience have we been able to assemble such a splendid line of stylish garments. Come in while the stock h at its best. Atuog the well-known brands we carry is that of the famous house of Schloss Bros, & Co., the style leaders of Baltimore and New York. This firm has won a well-deserved reputation for making the very best in gentlemen's wear, and its goods are sold by the swellest shops in all the large cities. We have all their newest and best mod els, as well as many other reliable lines. Come in to see them; you are as welcome to look as to buy. . , t k i v . 7 f f mm twiw mkm & ftrt tut Vt Webster School Shoes, made in all leathers and styles, are the thin? for youngsters this fall and winter. Every pair is guaranteed to give you good wear." The fall styles in Men's Shoes are , here ready for you. First appearance in this city of - ' the Famous Patrician Shoe for Wo- - "s- men. These correctly modeled adaptable shoes have won such EdwiD Clapp, Crossett, fame as a reliable, economical and Crawford, James Weans modish product that we take great Shops Am m Hotto,. pleasure In showing the attractive f noe!" .Arf, no better new models and cordially Invite brands in, the world your inspection of same. prices and styles. " ' ' rz:-r-' " i nam i i m : J u ill jj f I ntr I "WEBSTER j lr 4j j I I' SCHOOL :j I shoes: ! i linnr- ' r f I" J ..111 A WEBSTER DICTIONARY I OTH EVERY PAR FKOMSZS II UP vf3 Ira' Webster Dictionery free with every pr. Special Fall Opening Sale of Boys' School Suits. 60 suits, ages 6 to 1(3, $3.50 values for $2.50 Extra values at $3.00 and $4.00 Salesmen Chas Corum, James Cunningham, W. G. Clagett. 222 South First St. Phone 111 Co Union City nr lU'i 81 A good cigar is not measured by its length, nor the price you pay, but by the contentment that steals over the smoker as he puffs away, iou'11 enioy the cigars that you buy at our case. We sell reliable brands only. We keep our cigars at just the right tempera ture, keeping them always in perfect smoking condition. We suit your cigar taste exactly, for we have no cigar slot machine, and can give you a better smoke for your money than a dealer with a slot machine on his case. J . , e's'Gafe The place where all good smokers go. oo:o:::i o 2E ' Co P. Has the exclusive sale in Union celebrated Golden Gate Co Teas, Spices and Extracts..... P. b: o G o o o G O O G O G G O O O b G b b b b b b oo:o:o::i G R I SSO City of the i . . . .. I M'i Q b ffee S They are guaranteed to be the best ever offered Q for sale to the people of this county. . r You will find our store headquarters for all the good things to be had in any market Two Phones--204 and 230 "FT P. Three Delivery Wagons 3I s::o RING 421 AND HAVE WILL WALTERS send you a jug or can of ' , NE.W ? SORGHUM Everything choice and pure in Groceries aaJ Produce. ' . Let es supply p with Hay and Oats best qnalily. j Phone 421 .... 7, E. WALTERS. -Unioii City FREMONT. Fremont was well represented at the tair. Prof. Cook visited the school here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Britt have a very sick child. Ed Williams, of Obion, was here last week visiting' homefolks. Mrs. Altie Hudson, who has- been sick for some time, is no better. J. S. Bell captured the first and second prizes on apples at the fair. Seven of J. A. Kilhon's fatnilj were sick with measles last week. School has been dismissed &ere for 3 month on account of cotton picking. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Hawkins, of Tiptonville, are here on a several days visit, r Mr. and Mrs. Charlie, Caldwell visited relatives at Trojr Saturday and took in the show. Miss Inez Cloar, who Is attending school at Martin, came home to' at tend the fairSaturday, Several from here attended tie funeral and burial of Mrs. True- at Anttoch Sunday afternoon. Geo. Jordan will soon have bts new storehouse completed and wilt move his stock of goods from Crys tal here. - , The little four-months-old baby of Mr. and Mrs. Buster Hawkins, who has been dangerously sick, is some better. .." , , Mrs. Cassie Walker has returned to her home at Lynnville, Tean., after an extended visit to her broth er, R. E. Campbell. , Prof. Jake Park, alter having spent a week at . Dawson Springs for his health, has returned home, not very much improved. Mrs. Adelle Haslett and chil dren left for their home at Clinton Saturday, after an extended visit to Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Glover. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Roberts and children, of Osceola, Ark., and Mrs. Littleton Thomas and children, of Union City, are here on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Powell Glover. ' H. D. Park and family, of Union City, and Mr. and Mrs. Threlkeld, of Woodland Mills, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Park last Sun day. Jack Freeman, after traveling through Missouri and Arkansas, has decided to locate near Kenton. Just as soon as he can arrange his business here so he can leave, they will move to their new home. Mrs. Annie Park, who has been living ia Texas for several years, has returned to her old home, ac companied by her daughter, . Mrs. Fannie Goad and two . children. They are spending this week with the families of Messrs. Edgar and Leon Park. Mrs. Goad will return to her home in Texas next week and her mother will remain here. Violet. PR0TEMTJS. Thomas Darnell is all smiles it's a boy. Frank Brown was in th place Sunday. Miss Cammie Caldwell wainour burg Tuesday. Burnett Hamilton was on our streets Sunday. Herman McDaniel was at this place Thursday. Mrs, Josie Garrison was ia our burg Thursday. Prirtemus was well represented at the show Saturday. Miss Ella Rayburn was in our community Wednesday, . Mrs. Craig was the guest of Mrs. J. C Sanders Thursday. Miss Annie Tanner is the guest ot Mrs. Wm. Foley this weelw ChS Wall and family attended the fair at Union City Friday. Miss Wall visited her tathsr near Kedron Thursday and Friday. Jas. Sanders and Jas. label! went to Woodland Mills Tuesday on bus inesa. Warring Reeves, who has been very sick with the measles is 1m proving. Mrs. Josie Owens and niece, Miss Maggie Hays, went to Union City Monday shopping. Misses Effie and Willie Davis were the guests of Miss Nannie Sanders Thursday. Miss Mai Tucker, who. has been visiting relatives and friends at Hornbeak, has returned, home. Miss Flo Aron, of Chigre Ridge, was through here Thursday en route to visit the fair at Union City. Emmet Williams and wife were through here Sunday, enroute to Crystal to visit Mrs. Williams' pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. Freeman. J. D. Killion returned home Sun day and reported a real good time at the fair. Trix. JOED AN. afternoon in honor of her sister, Mrs. Boswell, of Somerville. Miss Helen Thompson has ac cepted a position as governness at the home of Mrs. Jno. Alexander. Mr. Marshall DeBow, of Dresden, visited bemefolks Saturday and was accom pained home by Mrs. DeBow. Kentucky. Miss Vincent Rogers, ot Waverly, visited Miss Mamie McAdoo Sun day. - Miss Willie Bell Mayes left Wed. nesday for Nashville to attend Ward's Seminary. Rev. Stigier, of Liberty, baptised 47 converts at the pond of Mr, Mar. tin Chambers Saturday. Robert DeBow left Monday for Louisville where he will attend Bryant & Stratton College. Mrs. Phelps entertained Tuesday A kv4 . M HA M Kit i j VP Pains at the waist, back, front, or side, are nearly sure proof of femate trouble. Some other sizns are headache, pressing down pains, irreguiar functions, restless ness, cold limbs; nervousness, etc. These pains may be allayed, the system braced and the womanly functions regulated by the use of Oil Mrs. Annie Hamiltoa of Stetsonville, Wis.,' writes: "Cardul saved me from the grave after three (3) doctors had failed to help me. It is a good medicine and I recommend it to all suffering women." For saleat all druggists, In $1 bottles. today far frw cop? of a!uNe fA-enn Illustrated Book far Women. If rrm need AS- . . de-nt yoar lymp-tirot, utirf anj rrziy witi bt wnt hi piara sealed envekip. A4Jref t Advisory 1M.. lh CluinamxMt AMtan ijo., CruKtwrng. I ma. J-17 li'RlTE US A LETTER KIVES. , Mrs. W.. W. White is convales cent. V. O. Mclunnis and little eon are here for a few days. Griff Hogan and son- have return ed from Dawaoo Springs. Eugene Stovall, of Jackson, was a recent guest of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Adolpbus Thome visited in Unieo City Tuesday. Miss Fled Pruett i visiting her sister, Mrs. Will Clioke, in Union City. , J. J. Connresr of Waverly, was a guest during the fair of his daugh ter, Mrs. W. C. Petty. Mrs. OBcar Clemmons and little daughter. Margaret, are visiting friends and relatives in Obion. . We are glad our fellow.citizen W. A. McNeill, brought borne some of the blue ribbons from the fair. Miss Bessie Morris, who is teach ing school in Middle Tennessee, visited relatives here the latter part of the week. Mrs. Tom Christian, who has been spending the summer with her sister, Misa Flora Agnew, has re turned to her home near Nashville. Mrs. Ckas. Payne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Bean, in her thirtieth year and after an illness of several months, died Monday at midnight. Elder John R. Williams conducted the funeral services at the Christian 'Church Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock, and friends and relatives consigned the body to mother earth in the East View Cec&etery of Union City. MARIA. A.N. DICKSON, Fine Pianos and Organs FOn SALE OR RENT 0(1 EASY TERMS Phone SOS Union Ci ty. Covers 3TIMES mnv SURFACE DRIES 111 10 IIInUTES fi-5-4 "et up" runt as water doe nal't. If your dealer hnnnl It, the Union City Hardware St Furniture Co. has. i CLAYTON. Mrs. LeRov James is on the sick list this week. Miss Eula Donnell will leave next week to enter school in Martin. A good many from here attended the fair at Union City Wednesday. J. L. Owen has been quite illwith measles, but is convalescent to-day, Mr. and Mrs. Will Council, of Rog ers School House, visited Mr. Coun cil's parents near Fremont last week. ELACKOAK ITEMS. Moving seems to be the order of the day miHUOt. ' The Farmers Union of Obion County met at Curtner Springs last Saturday. The Wyvo business has put some cf the toys from C'ackcak ca the skiddoo in good form. Farmers are gathering up their . ! picKsacics, preparing io picK neecv crop ot isu S. C. Laird to have a fine the animal ran against fence. to mber Five. had the misfortune mare injured. The a barbed wire school as We boast of a Sundai found anywhere. Ly good as can be found There was a fine attendance last Sunday, and the prospects are fiat tering for a better attendance. - . A SCESCRIBER. (Udnoyand Bladder Diseases; . It has been e&timated that ninety per cent of the people have either a Bladder or Kidney trouble. Numerous remedies have been placsd oa the market for the cure of these diseases, none of which compares with DH. NOTTS RELON'SEED COMPOUND KIOHZYAND BLADDER REMEDY It ft skillfully prepared, con taming the active principle of melon-seed long and favorably known to physiciani as Nature curative (or Kidney and Bladder diseases, combined with the most effective drugs known to modern science. It never fails to cure where directions are followed. Druggists sell It at 50 cts. and tl per bottle. Manufactured by the HEtSIO-ELLI BftUa CO. Memphis, Tenn. ' Garanteei under the Pure Food and Drug Act ol June 80, IMS. McMlchael Drug Co. For Good Barbers, New Fixtures and Best Accommodations Go to. eaanrVW ALFRED DsBOV'S Barfcsr She?. Beckham Building-, Church Street, tit xt door to telephone, office. Hot ml cold bath. Kverytbiog neat mod clean. Telephone J2i qMPMWWTOHl n 1 i r 11 I Axle Grcssc . The lvu! eern lighter Wapoo sod team wear longer Von mk tnore money, end have more time ta make money, when wueela w greased with ' riHea Axle Grease The longest wearing and rcott satisfactory lubricant la the world. . STAX9ASD OIL CO. A free bottle of Dr. Thacher's Liver and Blood Syrup will be sent to any reader of ; this paper who will write to the Thacher Hed-lcine Co., Chattanooss, Teen.