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3 ti w- J I i H i , , "V 11 L J .1 -;1 0 r-v Lv:J ' ".GREAT MONEY RAISING. SALE Winter is Inevitable and These Are Goods You Must Have Great Price Reductions on LADIES' SUITS Great Bargain Prices on FINE BLANKETS Great Price Reductions on LADIES' WRAPS . - - Great Bargain Prices on COMFORTS Great Price Reductions on Twenty Lots of SHOES Great Bargain Prices on LADIES' UNDERWEAR Great Price Reductions on MEN'S RAINCOATS Great Bargain Prices on ALL FURS Goods Hav'nt Been CHEAPER in TEN Years STOCKS NEVER MORE ATTRACTIVE Ml II II , . II II IJ T T' 1 y . L THE BIG STORE . 1 ; 1 X: 'it 'J " 1 1 1 LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Will Hays spent Sunday in Mem phis. , W, L. and E. K. White are at the ake. Rev. Wynne ia at Conference this week. Jno. T. Walker went to Confer ence at Humboldt. . Jno. T. Harrison is attending Conference. Mrs- John Baird is visiting in Humboldt. Claud Whitley spent Sunday in Hickman. Miss Addie Palmer was in the city Saturday. Elmore Haskins visited homefolks in Martin Sunday. W.I. Davis, of Terrell, was in town Monday, Miss Lottie Morris is at home from Dyersburg. Miss Laurice O'Donnell visited Fulton Tuesday. Did you teel the quake Tuesday evening at 11 O'clock? Our young people enjoyed a dance last Thursday night. Rev. and Mrs. Lindsay, of Rives, were in town Tuesday. A. W. Adams, of Hickman, was here Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Joie Craddock has been quite sick for several days. Special Sale next Saturday, No yember 16, at 5 and 10c Store. Mrs. Rafe Chitwood returned to her home in Tiptonville Monday. Mrs. Wm. King and children, of Jackson, are visiting in the city. Judge W. C. Caldwell, of Tren ton, was in the city Wednesday. Mr. Nichols, of Number Seven, was here Wednesday ou business. tu Mamie Dovle has returned from a visit to friends in Murray, miss vivian vvooas nas returned I miss i'earl Keene bas obtained a from a visit to relatives at Colum-j position with the Cumberland Tel- bus, lephone Company at Greenwood, Madam Rumor says the wedding Miss. rado Springs, the latter reports iy. Miss Burchard, of Martin, is the guest of her brother, Chas. Burch- ard. - Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Thomas, oi Rives, are spending the week in our city. . . Mrs. Chas. Moore lett Friday ior a short visit to man. relatives in Hick- bells will soon be heard in Wood land. ' , Attorney ueo. Kenney made a business trip to Number Seven Tuesday. Mrs. Mollie Bowen was up from Hickman Sunday visiting home folks. Mrs. Martha Wade, of Pleasant Hill neighborhood, was in town Tuesday. Mrs. Jas. Mitchell, ot Jackson, is expected in the city Sunday to visit relatives. i Mrs. Arnette Pursley has re turned from a visit to relatives in Tiptonville. Mrs. Ed Grissom has returned home after a visit with friends and relatives in Paris. Mrs. Arthur Carr returned Wednesday from a visit with rela tives at Martin. tMisses Nannie McMurry and Kit tie Mott Glenn have been visiting in Fulton this week. Miss Estelle Whipple, of Rives, was here this week to see her cous- n, Miss Laurice O'Donnell. Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Parks, of Newberu. were the guests of Mrs Clara Edwards Sunday. Miss Lena Morrow.of Clarksville, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. A Whipple, on Main Street. Miss Po lv Green, oi Martin, is the truest of her aunt, Mrs. R. Green, at 325 Harrison street. Harry Naylor, of this city, and Beckworth Chandler are in the Morris School of Telegaaph. The little daughters of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Dixon are reported sick of scarlet fever, of a very mild type. Mrs. Maggie Burke was called to the bedside of her brother, Mr. John Burke, at Martin, last week. Mrs. Arnett Thompson returned Mrs. Robt. Coppage, of Caruth ersville, Mo., is in the city, having her eyes treated by Dr. T- D. Ed wards. Mrs. Nellie White and Mrs. Fred. Quinn visited Mrs. Joe Nailling at Bamboo Briers, near Cayce, Ky., last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Scates have returned from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Scates, and Scates, at Greenwood, Miss. Miss Mittie Henderson and Miss Bessie Glasscock accompanied Mrs. Brevard and party this week, going to Norfolk to the U. D. C. Conven tion. , A Shower. that she is gradually improving. Mr. and Mrs. Cave J. Crockett and Mrs. Beckham has left Pueblo and Mrs. Don Taylor gave a reception is now located at Colorado Springs. a shower of handkerchiefs and Friends here, and there are many hosiery yesterday evening in hon- of them, hear the news with much or of the bride elect, Miss Mary pleasure. '' Dr. B. H. White, ot Kives, was in tne city Wednesday, leaving on Judge J. L. Palmer is now with relatives near Union City. Judge Palmer formerly resided at Colum bus, Ky., but of recent years he has been at Obion. the afternoon train, accompanied by Supt. W. H. Cook, for Nashville. Mr. Cook will enter St. Thomas Hospital for treatment under Dr. Wood. The County Superintend Harry lent will be there until he is improv ed, which his triends believe will not be long. "The Moral Standard of Public Mtn" will be the theme for the special address at the First Chris tian Church Sunday night at 7.15 o'clock by the pastor, J. J. Castle berry. This will oe tae tnird ot a series of special Sunday night ser mons on themes of public interest at this church during November Russell Gardner, who is soon to wed Governor M. R. Patterson. It was, ot ceurse, an elaborate affair in decoration and appointments and the presents were ot a numerous and costly nature. Miss Gardner has just returned after a month's stay in St. Louis, where her tros- seau was selected, designed and completed. The wedding takes place early in December. - A new uprfght piano will be sold at public auction Saturday. Nov. 23, near the ppst office, at 1 30 p. m. Meat market at Will Walters. Mrs. A solo vill be rendered by Mr. J. C. Reynolds and J. R. Rogers clifford V. Jones. The public tren- jacKson yesterday to Anniversary Party. John W. Bransford enter tained her little niece, Fern Keaton, of Cairo, last Monday afternoon! from 2 to 5 o'clock. The Bransford home, one of the prettiest in the strain from the blood the poisonous waste matter and uric acid, which causes Rheumatism. As Rheumatism is not only the most painful and torturous disease, but dangerous to life, this simple recipe will no doubt be greatly val ued by many siffferers here at home who should at once prepare the mixture to get this relief. It is said that ' a person who would take this prescription reg. ularly, a dose or two daily or even a few times a week, would never have serious Kidney or Urinary disorders or Rheumatism. Cut this out and preserve it. Good Rheumatism prescriotions i which really relieve are scarce, in deed, and when you need it you want it badly. Our druggists here say they will either supply these ingredients or make the mixture ready to take, if any of our readers so prefer. went to at- ctv. was in a RpHinir nf iulmi anA erallv is invited, but a very special . ...... . ........... tpnd thf frtnprnl nf T. N. Seali. Out. I . , " . . . , uccorauons. U was Utile MISS H.ea- . . anQ unreal invii.iti.iua is e-xienueu siae oi nis own iamuy meseinenas mm TOE were as close to Mr. Seale as any he had. A party, including ur. and Mrs. Prather Curlin and son, Miss Wil lie Curlin and Mr. Ira Green, of Hickman, were in the city Monday night to hear the production of Fau6t" at Reynolds Opera House. They were the guests of Mrs. W E. Scates. Mr. and Mrs. O. Spradlin's little daughter, Louise, who has beenvery ill of typhoid fever, is just now at the critical stage, but she is under the care of Miss Winsted, a trained nurse from Nashville, and triends are very hopeful that she will soon be convalescent. On Friday and Saturday of No- vemoer & and ju, aim on .vionaay, December 2. the Ladies Aid of the First Christian Church will con to young men. is The entire service will last just one hour. The regu lar morning service will be held at U o'clock. Wednesday Afternoon. Mrs. H. T. Edwards entertained the club at whist this week. Priz es were awarded first to Miss Lau ra Cathey, second to Mrs. D. A. Ed. wards and consolation to Mrs. J. A. Whipple. A course of salads a , was served. Out of town guests were Misses Mary Porter and Lena Morrow. ton a sixth anniversary and about thirty little girls were present. The dining room was in red and green. The birthday cake was set with six red and green candles, and other arrangements in harmony. Games were enjoyed as only children can, and at a suitable hour refreshments were served. re Mallard ducks, 60 at J. C. Burdicks. cents per pair home Tuesday, after spending sev- duct a rummage sale in the Mayes building near the courthouse. Tbey invite the patronage of all who de sire that kind of goods. Mrs. W. E. Scates kindly informs us that in a recent communication from Mrs. B. F. Beckham at Colo- Club Organized. The L'Allecro crirls held their first meeting Friday afternoon.Nov. 9. with Miss Paunne Hardy. Mi Hardy was elected president and Miss Nell Jackson vice president. The club consists of twenty mem- be obtained bere. Miss Dora Bradshaw enter- gists and tained the club in their first meet- shaking well in a bottle. Asks Us To Print It. To relieve the worst forms of Rheumatism, take a teaepoonful of the following mixture after each meal and at bedtime, Fluid Extract Dandelion, one half ounce; Compound Kargon, one ounce; compound jrup arapa- rilla, three ounces. These harmless ingredients can from our home drug- are easily mixed by Relief is eral weeks with relatives at Jackson. Dr. W. M. Holloway and family. of near Rives, will leave in a fewi days to visit relatives in Heebe, Ark. . . jt ti ing and took was piaycu. mis Mary Porter won first prize and Miss Jess Harrison the consolation. A salad and ice course was served. The club meets next week with Miss Sallie George Chambers. generally felt from the first few doses. This prescription, states a well known authority in a Cleveland morning paper, forces the clogged up, inactive kidneys to filter and Most healthy, vigorous men and women in the United States are raised on good, old fashioned ArtuckJcs ARIOSA Coffee. Never mind what the others drink, yea want to ! v!f. bay tilings to the man wholnes to switch you from ArEuck!ea to coffee that pays him big profits at the expense of your stomach. Food l-r. Cawaatm No. 2041. fiW V The family medicine in thousand of home for 62 years Dr. Thschcr't Live! and Blood Syrup.