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is Kecominsr more Dopular every ' TTTl 1 f (f"!) TT day with women who demand '" - tKe maximum of goodness in UNDERWEAR and at a fair price : Tor Fall and Winter unions Very few brands of Underwear with as many good qualities as are contained in Mentor sell at popular prices, as does this splendid brand, which we've controlled for the past five years. . Mentor Is a Hand-Finished, Steam-Shrunk Underwear, Carefully Made to the Smallest Detail. You'll find it here and here only in the city, with most complete size selections of all the different styles for Men, Women and children. - There's Dash in our "High-Art". Suits. They simply gallop away from all others in Style and Distinction. , A f HO The finest Suit tKat masterly design- ill JJrJuW jng can create. For its equal the custom tailor demands $50.00 without blinking an eye-lash. A 4- A A A perfidy fitting suit of emphatic Al 2)wUUU style and exclusive cut. Easily worth an extra "fiver." ( At $1 5 ' ft ft The kind other shps ask $,80 for iil tll V Vr without a twinge of conscience. A f S1A 00 Our '"Uw-Cost Special1 II tpll.UV It looks fifteen-dollarish. See ouf Boys' all-wool Suits for $5.00, with two pairs . i t . , knickerbocker, peg-top trousers. Women's Hand-Finished Vests and Pants. . At 50c Medium-weight, pure white, jersey-ribbed cotton Vests' and Pants. Extra sizes, 60c. Women's Mentor Union Suits at a Wide Price Range. At $1.00 Jersey-ribbed, pure white, medium-weight Union Suits. Extra sizes, $1.25. ' At $1.00 Women's jersey-ribbed, fleece-lined Union Suits in peeler color. Extra sizes, $1.25. At $1.50 Women's jersey-ribbed, light-weight wool Union Suits; with extra sizes at $1.75. At $2.00 Women's Orient silk-and-cotton Union Suits in pure white, with extra sizes at $2.25. At $1.50 Light-weight silk-and-cotton Union Suits, and extra-size garments at $1.75. At $2.00 Jersey-ribbed, three-quarters wool Union Suits, in pure white. Extra sizes at $2.25. At $2.50 Women's all-wool, jersey-ribbed, pure white Union Suits, with extra sizes at $3.00. Children's Mentor Union Suits. At 50c Children's jersey-ribbed, fleece-lined Union Suits, in sizes two td fourteen years, We are also agents for the MELROSE BRAND. Ladies' heavy, fleece-lined Union Suits, per suit, 50c ' Children's heavy, fleece-lined Union Suits, per suit, 25c Lest you forget, we are agents for Buster Brown Darnless Guaranteed Hosiery for any member of the family. Toe Big Store i ' 'A S IHIUII V ! - X f.- p: and j m?' V'4' Bop' '. uivunmy 1 1 1 1 . V I J t I taw w f " .3 TROUE RO I i l To Indorse Judge Jones. A harmony meeting of the Democrats of Obion County is called to be held at the courthouse next Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock to indorse Judge Joe E. Jones for Governor of Tennessee. Dem ocrats of all factions are invited to come and participate in the meeting. LOCAL. AND PERSONAL Frank Glass was in St. Louis Sunday. Mrs. Andrew Scoggins is reported sick. W. B. Scott, of Winston, N. C, is in the city. Miss Louise White is suffering from tansilitis. . Mrs. Vaughn is the guest of Martin relatives. s Eoy Watson, of Martin, was in the city Sunday. Mrs. George Hall, of Martin, is visit ing in the city. ... Bob Roberts' isniaking a business trip through Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. E. H.iskins visited in Ralston Sunday. Miss Pauline Jackson is visiting her aunt in Memphis. R. M.Whipple is in Mississippi this week ou business. Miss Mabel Littleton returned from Nashville Sunday. W. M. Wartertield, of Nash villi?, spent Sunday in the city. Mrs. A. B.. Nichols visited in Num ber Seven this week. Mrs. J. F. Howard visited relatives in Crockett last week. Mr. Sam Wade is the owner of a car and is learning to run it. Mrs. D. Watson and children, of Gal latin, are hero on a visit. Mr. Ownby was a Tuesday guest of his relatives on East Flower, '.' Jlyman Shapiro was a Jackson visitor this week hunting business. Mrs. Enloe Caldwell leaves this week to visit friends in Missouri. Miss Laura Hamilton, of Gibbs, was a visitor in the city Monday. Miss Sue Joyner visited her parents r.cr.r Sanders Chapel Sunday. Mr. Lawrence Reynolds, of Hickman, visited relatives here this week. Mr. McMiehael, Sr., has returned home after a visit with his son. Fresh Oysters at F.urdick's. Miss Stacey Maloney, of Obion, was a visitor ui the city Wednesday. . Grady Fowlkes, of Kenton, was a social visitor in the city Sunday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jernigan spent Saturday and Sunday in Martin. Mrs. Owiby, of Memphis, spent a few hours with relatives here Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Cloar, of Troy, were visitors in the city Tuesday. . Mesdames Nailling and Nailling, of Cayce, were in the city this week. Fresh Oysters at Burdick's. Mrs. Andrew Burrus, of Woodland, was shopping in the city Tuesday. Mrs. Dora Reeves and Miss Nichols, of Troy, spent Sunday in the city. W. J. Erwin 'and J. W. Scearce, of Troy, were in the city Wednesday. Herbert Williams is at home from St. Louis visiting his mother and sister. Miss Mary Andrews spe'it Sunday tn Rives, theguestof Miss Ruth Isaacs. Quite a number of the younger stt enjoyed an outing on the lake last week. Telephone Union City Ico & Coal Co. when you want coal right now. Mrs. Don Taylor, of Fulton, is a house guest of Miss Nora Gardner, Fifth street, Miss Cassie Hamilton, of Jonesboro, Ark., visited her parents here this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Ryan attended the Ryan-Atktns wedding at Martin Sun day. Mrs. Lila Davis, of Newbern, was the guest of Mrs. Henry Hassler the past week. Mrs. F. J. Smith and son, J. G., are in Troy this week visiting relatives and friends. Miss Ethel Russell was at homo Sun day from Chapel Hill where she is teaching. s If you want tho W.I and cheapest, use Bon Air coal Union City Ice & Coal Company. Mrs. Robt. Rhinehart, of Kennett, Mo., is the guest of her sisver, Mrs. G. B. White. Mr. and Mrs. Hunt, of Memphis, are guests of their daughter, Mrs. L. II. Lockhart. Webe Ilawes, wife and baby are vis iting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hawes. ' Mrs. Frank P. Glass is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. E. Pace, in St. Louis this week. Miss Louise Sharp, of Obion, is in the city visiting her sister, Mrs. E. M. Long, Third street. v Little Miss Mary Forte Phebus, we are glad to note, is recovering from a recent illness. Miss Sallie Belle Thomas leaves this week for an extended visit with relatives at Maiden, Mo. News from Mrs. CP. Gibbs says that she is rapidly recovering at her homo in Helena, Ark. Use Dahnke-Walker Milling Co. Jer sey Cream Flour, a home product, and guaranteed. Mrs. George Eader, of "The Beeches" near the city, is visiting relatives in Middle Tennessee. Miss Willis Parks, recently of St. Louis, is with Mrs. F. E. Arnn for the rest of the season. Mr. and Mrs. Waddell Jackson will visit Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Kill ion at Pro temus next Sunday. K. N. Hepler, a good citizen of the vicinity of Fremont, was a business vis itor in town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kirkland, of Cairo, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kirkland the past week. . Mrs. R. H. Joyner went to Mayfield this week to visit her daughter, Mrs. Jack Hubbs, and family. Save money by using' Bon Air Coal. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Bramhani stopped over in the city this week en route to Woodland from St. Louis. Mrs. T. R. Barrett was called to Ken nett, Mo., on account of the serious ill ness of her little grandson. Who has seen the comet plainly visible between 3 and 4:30 a. m. to the left of Venus nearly even with her. Miss Verna Wise, of Pleasant Hill, wa3 the guest of Mrs. Annie Holloway on Harrison street last week. Mrs. Geo. R. Kenney left Monday for several days stay in Nashville for medical and hospital treatment. Mr. and Mrs. John Cotton have locat ed in Wynne, Ark. We wish them much success in their new hom. Miss Rebecca McKinnis was the Sun day guest of Misses Maude and Dessie Nichols on corner of Mill and Lilac. Mr. Holinan, who was here three years ago in the livery business, was here this week mingling with friends. Mrs. Emerson Parks, after a pleasant visit with her aunt, Mrs. Clara Edwards, has returned to her home at Trimble. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. White stopped over in the city Saturday en route to their home in Cayce, Ky., from Middle Tennessee. . Mr. John Amos Todd, of Memphis, secretary of the Memphis Deaf Mute's Association, was a visitor in the city Wcdnesdayj The Corbett boarding house will be torn down within the next thirty days, so that preparations can commence on our custom house. Mr. Will Cole, who was a visitor in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vin cent in tho city, has returned to his home in Montana. Mrs. W. D. Reeves, of Helena, Ark., passed through the city this week going to Nashville to enter Miss Buchanan, her ward, in school. Mrs. Joe Whiteside, of Dyersbu'rg, and Mrs. Fred Reddit, of Obion, are in the city visiting Mrs. Fannie Reeves and Miss Allie May. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Owen were in McKenzie last week visiting relatives and friends. They were among the guests at the Cunningham-Owen wed ding. Mrs. Chas. G. Tomerlin left this week for her new home in Minneapolis, Minn., where Mr. Tomerlin is now en gaged in business with one of the large dry "goods houses. Miss Stellah Williams, who was re ported ill last week with typhoid fever, is much better, so her mother informs us. MissWilliams was taken from school to a sanitarium. Miss Nell Nichols, who has been fill ing the position of cashier at Dalmke's Cafe during the summer and fall months, has returned to Troy. During the winter months "the house will not the need service of that position. Dr. W. M. Nailling leaves next Tues day for Clovis, New Mexico, where he has been called professionally to" visit Mrs. Walker. It is probable that the patient will need surgical treatment, and Dr. Nailling will be gone ten days or more. Coai Coke Wood Call Tel. 150. A marvelous display -of pretty New Fall Hats at Mrs. F. E. Arnn's Exclu sive Millinery Store. AMERICA'S FINEST FOOTWEAR The smart, trim-look-; ing foot the well dressed woman of today bo much de sires is tte result of wearing the right kind of shoes. A oerfect shoe and fit only will give the final complete touch to an otherwise perfect costume. And there's just one shoe that will insure that finishing touch that ai'i of a well-dressed woman. That shoe is the American Lady, the choice of those who know Fine leaders, handsomely shaped lasts and the most skillful and careful work manship goes to produce these perfect shoes for particular women. The proof of this la everywhere., See them today. PUnhr r,f ran volvor unrl criinmetal. Don't overlook OUf School Shoes for the tough kids. . Morgan-Verhine Co. A Big Potato. H. P. Allen, who resides in the Shady Grove vicinity, left a Southern Queen sweet potato in our oflice this week that weighed when dug 9i ponnds. The tu ber h is since lost in weight until it now tips the beam at only eight pounds, but that is enough for one potato. How's This ? We offer 0e.HtinIrel Doilfirn Reward for nny cum: of Cntarrh lh;i casinot be curetl by (lull a Citni rh Cure. V. . CHENEY St CO., Toledo, O. We. the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the taut fifteen rears, and believe him jer i'ectly honorf !!e in nil ImMmr tnufsactioiiB iind financially able to carry out an yohliyntion made by hia firm. v. aujiso. Kiksas c Marvis, W holesale ImitrxnH, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure in taken ititrrnnlly, HttiiiK directly upon the blood and mucous urfme of the syntero. TetiuHimn1 sent free. Price 7ic per bottle. Sold by all druifeista. Take Hall s Family PiJln fur constipation. Fine Plant. The finest (trade of laundry machinery i3 arriving right uioiig for the new Met calfe Union City Ktcani Laundry. The citizens ohould assist this new enterprise right now. What is the use of holding back our patronage and giving it to those who will never assist to build up Union City. Mr. Metcalfe has since the day he started had one or two employed at the plant and this week others with families arrived. The proprietor will be at greater expense now in installing and getting started than after getting to going. So in justice to a man who has asked nothing of tho citizen but their work, jr;vfc him every stitch of your work. Show him tli.tt we can at leant give him a glad hand, especially when you jret value received, and this is what you get when you send laundry to any of the Metcalfe plants.