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B
ig' Cut-Price .ale of
adies Hats for All Occasions
AT COST AND LESS
We are offering our entire stock of Ladies Hats at Cost
and Less. The lot consists of more than one hundred of
the season's very best and most beautiful styles. Not a single
undesirable hat in the lot, but the millinery selling season-is
drawing to a close and we want to dispose of made-up hats
at once. . Come early while the assortment is at its best.
Prices Reduced on All
Tailored Suits
You will save money by coming to Union City's greatest
ladies' suit store for your needs in that line, as we have a
large stock on hand and have decided to reduce the prices
at once. You will' .find fujl assortments embracing the
, handsomest and most popular models and fabrics shown this
fall. It is impractical to undertake to give detailed descnp
tions. Come and see the garments and judge their merits
for. yourself.
Morgan-Vertiine Co
THE BIG STORE
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SOUTHEAST CRITTENDON GROVE.
One more month until Christmas.
George Warren was in our midst Mon
day. '
Won't you welcome me, after being
silent two -weeks.
Miss Pearl Coley was in Union City
shopping Wednesday.
Bio. Gibson preached an excellent
sermon at Obion Sunday.
Mr. Sullivan, of near Kenton, was in
our neighborhood Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Abington were
in Kenton shopping Wednesday.
Well, it will soon be time to kill hogs,
and then we will have something to eat.
Mr. Noah Hill and family, of Alamo,
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cross
no. Sh. J. C. Wagster and son, Willie,
made a business trip to Kenton Tues
day. The farmers are 'most through gath
ering crops and are ready for Thanks
V giving.
Mr. and Mrs. King and daughter,
Miss Ada, were in Kenton shopping
Wednesday.
Lin Wagster and family were guests
of Mr. Tin Bells' family near Critten
don Grove Sunday night.
Mrs. Beulah Stirling and, children
spent the latter part of the week in the
home of Mr. J. T. Coley.
Bailey Coley, and Miss Burtrico Mc
Spcdden and Foster MeSpcdden and
Miss Cordie Crittendon attended serv
ices at New Home Sunday.
The Sunday visitors iii the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Phillips were Mr.
and Mrs. J. K. Pcnn.and Mr. Ed Tenn's
family. Jehvhha.
PLEASANT HILL.
Health is improving.
Little Hardy Park Kirkman is very
iek at this writing. ' . '
Mr. Carter .Simpson is visiting his
sister, Mrs. Bruce Kirkman.
Many from here attended the party
at Mr. Talley's Saturday night,
i Many from here attended Sabbath
school at Whiteside last Sunday.
Relatives from dumber Seven were
the guests of Mrs. Jas. Callis last Satiir
. day an Sunday.
Miss Mattie Calhoun, of near Union
was the guest of Misses Dora and
City,
Jluth Callieutt Sunday.
Mayflower.
NUMBER SEVEN.,
Mrs. Tanner, of Union City, is visiting
relatives in this vicinity this week. ,
Misses Docie Laster and Levy Tan
ner, of near Cane Creek, went to Martin
shopping 'Monday.
Mr. Tommie Laster, of this vicinity,
visited relatives in Number Four last
Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Laster spent Sun
day afternoon at the home of Mr. Tom
mie Laster near Cane Creek.
Mrs. Lytton and daughter, Miss Cora,
returned homo last Wednesday after a
few week '2 stay in Number Four.
Mr. Cliut Shippand family, of near
Crittendon Grove, visited Mr. Lee Lace
well and family of this vicinity Sunday.
Mr. Albert Duncan and family, of
Mount Pelia, visited Mr. Virgil Laster
and family near Cane Creek Saturday
night. ' Bbowsik.
FILTHY STOMACH.
Food Fermenting in Stomach Causes
Rank Condition.
When you have indigestion your food
sours; many times it actually rots and
forms gases that poison the blood.
Take MI-O-NA stomach tablets if
you want to change your bad stomach
into a healthy, clean one.
. MI-O-NA is tho best perscription for
upset stomach and indigestion ,ever
written. No matter how miserable your
stomach feels, MI-O-NA stomach tab
lets give immediate relief.
Take MI-O-NA stomach tablets,
which are guaranteed to cure indiges
tion, and rid yourself of dizziness, bil
iousness, nervous or sick headache, or
money back.
Take MI-O-NA tablets if you want to
make your stomach so strong that it
will digest the heartiest meal without
distress, and furnish good, clean, nutri
tious blood making elements to the
body.
Take MI-O-NA tablets, one or two
with or after each meal, if you want to
get rid of that drowsy, tired out feeling.
Fifty cents at Red Cross Pharmacy or
leading druggists everywhere.
LOST In Union City last Saturday
t HX). 00 in new currency. Think it was
left on desk in one of tho banks. Will
reward finder. Artiier Gray,
Hickmafci, Ky., R. F. I). 2. 35-21
Typewriter Bargain. Smith Premier,
good as newv25 or $,'?0 easy payments.
Write quick. Harden Freeman, Ful
ton, Kentucky. 8ti-2t
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ROGERS.
Prof. Ridings visited our school Mon
day.
Miss Julia Farmer is on the sick list
this week.
Jack Morris spent Saturday night
with Mr. Earle Armstrong.
Messrs. J. E. Elgin and W. R. Mor
ris are in the beef business this week.
Miss Mary Rives returned home Sun
day after spending a week at Hickman.
Miss Nannie Taylor spent Saturday
night with Miss Beth Rogers near here.
Mr. Willie Smith, of this community,
has visitors from Weakley County this
week,
Mr. Robert Rives, who has had his
collar bono broken, is getting along
nicely.
Mr. T. R. Robertson has built a new
store and is ready for business again at
Clayton.
J. L. Rives and several others from
near Crystal are on the lake hunting
this week.
Mrs. Bob Flanigan was called to the
bedside of her father, who was very
low, last Sunday.
Misses Ceorgie Council and Beulah
Glover spent Saturday night with Miss
Naidine Green at Clayton.
Mr. Ollie Armstrong and wife and
Miss Annie Morris and two sisters
spent Sunday with Miss Lura Morris,
BETHEL.
Mr. Dee Haislip, of near Troy, visited
friends here Sunday, j '
Mr. Ed Nipp, of Hickman, Ky., was
a visitor here last week.
Mr. Neeley and wife, of near Troy,
visited relatives here Saturday night and
Sunday. , '
Mr. Tom McDaniel and friend, Miss
Mary Lou Moores, of Possum trot, were
here Sunday.
The M. W. A. of Bethel Camp No.
13453 will celebrate its second anniver
sary on Saturday, Nov. 20, 1110, at
Bethel Church with a free barbecue and
fishfry. Everybody come and bring
your dog with you.
Trixik.
A Broken Back.
That pain in your back caused by
lumbago, stiff muscles or a strain is an
easy thing to get rid of. Ballard's
Snow liniment cures rheumatism, lum
bago, sore and stiff muscles, strains,
sprains, cuts, burns, bruises, scalds and
all aches and pains. You need a bot
tle in your house. Sold by KeJ Cross
Drug Co.
Buster Brown's
Trade Mark Repslervd
GUARANTEED STOCKINGS
Resolved...
THAT IT S 5EN
EFITING OUR FEL
LOW MAN To POINT
OUT THE fiOOD FROM
AMONG THE -5HAM5
OF THIS WORLD.
TRUTH 1-5 NEVER
AFRAID TO BE PUT
TO THE .SEVEREST
TIST3,
I HAVE DEMONSTRATED THE -SOLID WORTH OF BUSTER
BROWN'S -STOCKINGS OF COURSE I HAD To T.EAR UP A LOT
OF OTHER THINGS To Do IT, BUT THAT WAS ONLY FOR COM
PARISON, AND ANYHOW WHY SHOULD THEY TEAR ANY MORE
THAN BUSTER BROWN'S STOCKINGS ?
BECAUSE THEY WEREN'T HONEST. ''HONESTY IS THE BEST
POLICYIT WEARS LONGEST. B. BROWN.
READ THE FOUR GUARANTEES.
1. New pair for any pair that wears through in heel or toe within mour months.
2. Money back if the dye discolors or hurts the feet, rots the hosiery or fades.
3. Money back if you don't find Buster Brown's are made of better quality material
and of finer weave than any other 25c brand.
4. Money back if you don't find Buster Brown's are softer, silkier and better look
ing than any other 25c brand.
Could you ask or could we offer any stronger guarantee? And would it be wise to keep
on darning and buying new hosiery every month or two when Buster Brown's cost no more
(possibly less) than the unsatisfactory kinds you have been buying.
Morgai-i-Verhitie Company
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Sole Union City Agents.
Socialist in Trouble.
St. Paul, Minn., Nov. 11 F. I).
Warren, of Girard, Kans., editor of the
paper, "Appeal to Reason," must serve
a term of six months in the federal
prison at Leavenworth, Kans., and pay
a fine of $1,000 imposed by a jury in
the United States court in Kansas. The
sentence of the court was affirmed by
an order of the United States Circuit
Court of Appeals, filed to-day.
Judge Hook wrote the opinion, and
Judge Adams and Reed concurred.
Warren was accused of sending
through the United States mails en
velopes on the outside of which was
printed "$1,000 reward will be paid to
any person who kidnaps ex-Governor
Taylor and returns him to the Kentucky
authorities."
The indictment charged that the
wcrds were scurriloun, defamatory and
threatening in character, and intended
to reflect injuriously on the character of
William S. Taylor, a former Governor
of Kentucky.
The opinion of Judge Hook held that
Congress had almost unlimited power to
prescribe postal regulations, and that
whether true or false the outside of an
envelope was no place for them.
READ THIS
All WiioSitker from Catarrh, Sore
Throats or Colds.
Millions of people throughout Amer
ica have breathed HYOMEI (pronounce
it High-o-me) and now own a HYOMEI
inhaler made of hard rubber.
If you own a HYOMEI Inhaler, no
matter where you live, you can get a
bottle of HYOMEI at the Red Cross
Pharmacy and druggists everywhere for
only 50 cents.
Ask for an extra bottle of HYOMEI
Inhalent: it is only 50 cents and with it
you can cure a cough or cold in a day.
You can get relief frohi catarrh .or
stuffed up head in two minutes and stop
hawking nnd snuffling in a week.
Just pour a few drops of HYOMEI
into the inhaler and breathe it in that's
ail.
It's so easy and so pleasant and so
much moredesirablo than swallowing
nauseating drugs. Breathe Hyomei over
the inflamed membrane of the nose and
throat and its soothing, healing action
will be feft immediately.
II you have not a IIYUMKI Inhaler,
get a complete IIYOMj
This onlv
allYOMf
time and
Will Control House.
Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 21. In Dem
ocratic circles the claim becomes strong
er day by day that the regulars will have
enough votes to organize the Hons" and
control action on all Democratic meas
ures. It is said this result will be at
tained through a number of independ
ent delegates entering the caucus.
The liquor question will not, it is said,
be considered iD the caucas. Each mem
ber will be left to vote as he pleases on
liquor bills. This control, it is pointed
out, will enable the regulars to elect
United States Senator, Treasurer, Comp
troller and members of the State Hoard
of Election Commissioners.
With the beginning of another week
there was increased activity among the
politicians. There are a number of
niemers-elect of the General Assembly
in the city to-day, and other politicians
interested in developments are also here.
From now on it may bo expected that
there will be steadily increasing activity
in connection with plans for the organi
zation and conduct of the coming Legis
lature; The harmony talk continues, but
nothing definite has been done.
It was reported in Nashville this
morning that the grand jury of DeKalb
County had taken up the investigation
of the alleged tampering with tho poll
books in five districts in the recent Sen
atorial race.
It was reported that a large number
of witnesses are being examined in the
matter.
CLAYTON.
Health very good around Clayton.
Mr. and . Mrs. Robt. Carpenter will
move this week to Obion.
Clayton is on a boom. Mr. Robert
son is building a new store. He will
soon have it completed.
Miss Pearl Cloar and Master David
Cloar spent a few days last week with
Mrs. Alexander at Troy.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hutchison, of
Obion, are spending the week with their
daughter, Mrs. Ed Marshall.
Red Wtsu.
Magazine Notice ,
Let us renew your subscription to
your magazine. They will soon expire,
and we will give you your subscription
at publisher's prices and any combina
tion you may want. , JJ5-2t
D. P. Caldwell, Book Dealer.
A Tiny Baby
can't tell you in words what the trouble
is; but if its complexion gets pasty, if it
gets weaker and weaker, loses llehh and
is cross and peevish you i can be certain
that it has worms. (Ave it White's
('ream Vermifuge, guaranteed harm
Vs. Expels' the worms nd puts the
jabv in a healthy normal condition.
old by Rod Cross Drug Co,
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Seaside
Oyster Dishes
This is the name of our new
book which gives many shore re
ceipts, unkaiown inland. Every
housewife is welcome to a copy at
our store..
We are handling only Sealshipt
Oysters this year. We are regis-
tered agents of the Sealshipt Oy-
ter System v
Sealshipt Oysters
Straight from the Oys
ter Beds Under Seal
This means that the oysters are
placed in air-tight containers right
at the seashore, immediately sealed
and shiped straight to us. The ice
is packed around the containers on
the outside. No ice or water in the
containers just solid oysters. The
oysters retain all the true oyster
flavor the real tang of the sea.
When they reach our store they
art placed in a cleanly white and
blue jMirccIain Selshij)ticah, u.M.d
by all licensed agents under con
tract. Remember in buying Sealshipt
Oysters you need only half as many
as you do of common oysters which
art half "liquor," or melted rail
road ice. Once you try Sealshipt
Oysters, you will agree that our
strongest claims are justified.
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