Newspaper Page Text
Absolutely One Price.
We cheerfully accept Checks or Certificates for Goods cr ca Accounts. u i Every Article Guaranteed. ,1. 11. ransom fiSn r i r;V ' P t 47 ; ' ' 'V- - !l J I ' 1 '' ' i . i toniiiHT I. or TM mkck or MICH AELS-5TERM FINECLOTHING I) KICMACiS, TIHW CO. MaCM.STIII. ,. . A Word or two About Robinson- Clothes The value of words is important to us as merchant advertisers. Their value depends upon fitness. No matter how strong and positive, they are not hyperbole, if true. How the people value our words is im portant. If we tell the truth about merchandise that is good and prices that are cheap and you believe us, business follows. We make sales, you secure the worth of your money the real bargain and both are helped. But we would not make the sales nor you get the bargains did we fail to tell you week by week in good explicit, direct English words of the goods and the prices. That's the basis of our business. - Con fidence. That's what we want. That's what we have worked for. When you buy an article here a $50 tailored sait or a 40-cents pair of overalls and it doesn't prove just exactly as represented by us, you have the privilege of returning same at any time Our guarantee is behind it. Household word of the section: "The Robinsons Will Make Good."' This store endeavors to tell the truth about merchandise. It sells to every man at exactly the same price. OctobeHs the leaf-turning month; November flings them to the ground. Your thoughts naturally turn to heavier clothing. Spring suits have a chance in September; but they haven't a ghost of a show in November. Heavier clothes are now not only immenent but imperative. You can't dodge the issue with out reflecting upon your personal appearance and giving an acute dig to your pride or vanity or marring and shocking the "eternal fitness of things." Fall suits that accord with the season and your needs, at from Ten Dollars on up to Twenty-Five Dollars.' Suits made in our own tailoring department range higher, but of course are better. In our general stock the peerless line is here the perfection of the ready-made. Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Furnishings, from the Cheapest that's Good to the Best that's Made f - -V' ., ifj J ... '':,.t a hi . 'V eonmtHT no thi or MICHAELS-STERN FINE CLOTHING MICMkllt, BTtBH ft CO. HOOHl-Bttlt, N. V. !! H T .1 11 O ii ODinSOn : (K Son Every Article Guaranteed. We cheerfully accept Checks or Certificates for Goods or on Accounts. " Absolutely One Price ce. SOUTHSIDE. Mrs. McMinn is on the sick list. Mr. W. A. Ogles spent Sunday in Martin. Mr. Lige Cloar, of Clayton, spent Monday in Southside. Ere long the wedding bells will be ringing in Southside. Mrs. D. D. Kirk left Wednesday for Martin to spend a few days J. W. Cloar is transacting busi ness at Clayton and Crystal this week. Mr. R. B. Love and son, of Crutchfielcl, Ky., spent Monday at the Gipsy tent. Miss Clara Scott, ot Houser Val ley , is the guest of MrB. VV. VV Mayes this week. Mr. and Mrs. Witt Morris, ot Trov. were the sruests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cloar Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thorn, of Woodland', were the guests of Mr and Mrs. J. M. Cole Monday. Misses Lizzie Newman and Meda Mabry and their beaux made a fly ing trip to Hickman Sunday. Mr. Dallass Forrester, of Terre Haute, Ind., ia the guest of his par ents. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Forrester. Miss Willie Clark and Mr. Roy Jackson, of Jackson, Tenn., spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. J. M. Cole. Southside was recently honored by a visit from that great and dis tinguished gentleman, George R. Kenney, Mr. and Mrs. Will Hammond and baby, of near Clayton, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Cloar this week. Mr. Ellis Jackson has returned from Colorado very iruch improved in health, and hs father has sold him a half interest in his store. Mrs. Annette Pursley has return ed home, after a pleasant three weeks visit to her brother, Mr. Rafe Chitwood, and family at Tip tonville, and the weather being lovely she enjoyed several outings and boat rides. The many friends of Mr. Chitwood will be pleased to know that his health is greatly im proved. Southside also mourns over the death of another good woman, Mrs Dan Webster, near Rives. Her fu neral was preached at the home by Rev. Lindsay, to a large crowd of sorrowing friends. He made beautiful talk and spoke of the many former happy reunions when all the children and grandchildren and relatives would meet around the family fireside and also of the good d'uners so thoughtfully pre pared by the good mother, now cold in death. Mrs. Webster was noted for her many kindnesses to her friends and neighbors and to the widows and orphans of her com munity. To her children and grandchildren and the lonely com panion, we also offer our heartfelt sympathy, and trust that her prayers will follow them wherever they may roam. All Southside is in deep mourn ing for our good friend and neigh bor; Mrs. James Everett, who de parted this life Nov. 4. The writer has known Mrs. Evrrett about six teen years and has always found her quite the same at all times, and to visit her home was a great treat, as she gave every one such a hearty welcome. She was a good, christian woman; loved her church and pas tor, and was seldom ever absent She was a devoted mother, not only to her oftn children, but to her grandchildren also. How she will be missed by this town and com munity. She visited the sick far and near, and was indeed a friend to the poor. We offer 5ur heartfelt sympathy to the broken hearted children and grandchildren, also to Miss Babe Harbison, who has been Mrs. Everett's constant companion for a number of yearst We ask God to be dark hour. with them all in this Gipsy. - Wanted. The name and postoffice address of every man in Obion County who served in the Civil War. Come and register your name in our book at the Bank & Trust Company. If you cannot come in person, please send your nameitoMr. J. A. Hefley, cashier of the Bank & Trust Com pany, Union City, Tenn. If in town give us your street and num ber. Respectfully, Leoxidas Polk Chapter. U. D.C. TROY. John Wells is all smiles. It's a boy. Mrs. Nannie Cloar has" returned from Hickman. Rev. J. W. Joyner is at Humboldt attending Conference. H. C. Bennett is putting aa ex tension to his business house. Mrs. Moore, of Milan, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. E. A. McAdoo Carl Laslie is trauling the mail this week, while Marshall is on the lake. Miss Floy Kirby is some better, after a month's battle with typhoid fever. , W. J. Myers and wife, of Harri son, Ark., are here visiting rela tives. Mr. and Mrs. Green, ot Newbern, were the euests of R. T. Rentro this week. Dr. J. B. HavnSr and P. P. Mc- Daniel spent last week in Rich woods hunting, . v Rev. J. B. Oakley, of Dyersburg, will preach at the C. P. Church here on Thanksgiving day- Luther Griffith, -who has been our barber for some time, has re turned to his home at Hornbeak. Rev. J. W. Joyner was called to Obion Tuesday morning to preach the funeral of Bro. Hart's daughter Little Hogue Stovall has been at death's door for several days with membranous croup, but is some better. Messrs. Everett Hall, Robt. Cal houn and Ollie Nichols, with their families, will spend the winter in Florida. J. W. Scearce has returned from two weeks visit to Arkaqjas. Joe reports money matters as close there as here. Ed Jackson, Paul Bowman, E. E. Caldwell, H.E. Marshall, E .F. Mc- Dauiel and Herbert Harris are on the lake this week. Prof. C. F. Fowler, who is teach- ng a good school at Wells, was here Tuesday evening. He telis us that the schoolboys are to have a debate there Friday night. Corn is coming in by the hun-i dreds of bushels, at $ 2.00 per bbl. The Union warehouse has stored over 300 bales of cotton. Money is scarce, but "certificates" are growing on the trees. Comedown, Mr. Editor, and pluck a few. Sub. STATE LINE. Cato Davis has bought the Hugh Curlin place near Woodland. Wheat sowing is about over and the farmers are very busy gather ing corn. Air. and Mrs. Koy Cicrk will re side at the Burrus Brassfield place near here. Luther C. Maddox spent several days in Weakley County on bust ness last week. Cards, are out announcing the marriage of Miss Bess Threlkeld to Robert F. Logan, of Hernando, Mias. GROWING CHILDREN Advice to Mothers of Union City. Perhaps the most important prlncl pie involved in the care of a child Is proper nourishment. How many delicate children do we meet on our streets with, colorless checks and thin little legs and arms. It Is very plain to be 9een that rapid growth takes all their strength and their little bodies are not receiving sufficient nourishment to make them well, strong and robust. We want to say to the parents of all such children in Union City that our delicious cod liver and iron prep aration, Vinol, will build up delicate children, fill out hollow cheeks and make them strong, robust and rosy. Vinol makes new vitality, sound flesh and muscle tissue, and pure, rich red tyood, and children love It. This ia because vinol is a delicious tasting cod liver preparation without oil, made by a fcclentifle extractive and concentrating process from fresh cods' livers, thus combining with peptooate of iron all the medicinal healing body-building elements of cod liver oil, but no oil. As a body builder and strength cre ator for old people, delicate children, weak, run down persons, after sick, ness, and for chronic coughs, colds, bronchitis, and all throat and lung troubles, Vinol is unexcelled. Try Vinol on our offer to return money if t fails to give satisfaction. The Red Cros Drug Store, Watson & Klnuzey Prop PLEASANT VALLEY. . Fletcher Akin visited friends in Troy Sunday. " John Gardner has typhoid fever at his home near Gibbs. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Mays visited friends in the city Sunday. Miss Ethel May Russell visited Miss Maud Nichols Sunday. Messrs. Bob Hamilton and Bob Cheatham visited Mr. Holman, near Harris, Sunday. . Mrs. Arthur uneatbam, of near Harris, visited her sister, Mrs. Tom Jernigan, Monday. Mr. Chas. Jordan and wife, of Rives, visited Mrs. Jake Posey Sat urday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Chapel, ot the city, spent Monday night with Prof. Robey and wife. Miss Alice Thomas and Miss Moore, of the city, visited Mrs Mary Fletcher Monday. Mr. Buford Hudson, of Camden, Tenn., visited at the home of Mr. VV. A. Forrester last week. Mesdames James Wilson and Wm. Hamilton, of the city, visited Mrs. H, P. Moss Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Robey visited Mr. and Mrs. Howard, of Number Seven, Friday and Saturday. Mr. Dallas Forrester, Terra Haute, Ind., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Forrester. Miss Elsie Caldwell, of Calyton, and Miss Dee Glover, of Beech, vis ited Mrs. V. W. Mays last week. Miss May Brown entertained the Entre Nous Club" at the home of Mrs. W.C. Farris Saturday evening. Mrs. J. A. Cotton and children, of Hickman, who have been visiting Mrs. J. H. Russell, have returned home. ' Prof. Akin and sister attended the first meeting of the Shady Grove Literary Society last Friday night. A Pupil. NORTJJSIDE. Raymond White is all smiles: it's a boy. Born To Mr. and Mrs. Charles Richardson, a son. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mansfield spent Sunday with Mrs. Amanda Hard son. ' John Finch, of Fulton, was with his sister, Mrs. Ed, Mansfield, last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Finch, of Ful ton, spent Sunday with Mansfield Harlcson. Mrs. Dick Boxley left Thursday for Colorado, where she will stay a while for her health. Mrs. Marguerite Isbell, of the city, spent Saturday with her sis ter, Mrs. Mary Thompson, Ike Carmack leaves in a few days for East Tennessee, from where (Madame Rumor says) he will re turn with his choice. Mr. and Mrs. A. VV. Harpole and little daughter left for their future home below Memphis, after a brief stay here with relatives. Mrs. Cluff Warterfield and chil dren,' from Mayfield, arrived here Tuesday for a few days visit to Dr. and Mrs. Warterfield. Arch Hale, who has been confined to bis room for the past two months , s able to be with his aunt, Mrs. James Caruthers, this week. " Monday the Death Angel flitted through the home of Hardy Allen, and claimed his oldest child, Loyal, aged 6 years, 4 months and 21 days. He bad been confined to his bed for several months. Heart disease was the cause of death. The little fellow stood his suffering as long as . God thought best. The funeral services were conducted by Rev, lenry Thomas Tuesday, Not. 12, at 10 o'clock, at Bethlehem. The remains were then followed to the graveyard for interment by ' a host of friends and relatives. Sunbeam. A new upright piano will be sold at public auction Saturday. Nov. 23, near the poet office, at 1.30 p. m. Place your fire, life and tornado insurance with us and we will look after your interests in every partic ular. Carter & White Real Estate A Insurance neoole. 1 xvji aaiii-ax, a oig oarain- use uannne-waiKer juiuing vo. 1 amity norse, two biuir),,. hrncsa flour, a home product, and guaran-Und saddle. Cash or credit.