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" Vm. Bondurant and 0. B. Kerlin went to Fulton Monday. Mr. and Mrs. C. Evan spent Sunday with his brother near Harris. Several of our citizens attended the Lynn sale near Woodland Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. ' Lyle Shuck visited friends in Number Seven Saturday and Sunday. Owen Botidurant, Carl Mitchell and Fred Bondurant went to Union City Tuesday. Mr. Frank Oliver has purchased the bouse and lot here owned by the McCon nell heirs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carter, of Mar vell, Ark., were here last week visiting Mr. Carter's uncle, Mr. Lum Carter. kMr. Cage Hale has purchased the farm known as the Applegate farm, to which he will move in the near future. Last Sunday evening Mr. II. Bradley and Miss Grace Evans drove to Cayce, where, in the presence of a few friends, they were united in marriage, the cere mony being solemnized by Rev. Wood Carpenters are at work remodeling and adding to the old Carter home, which will soon be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sowell. The new road east of the McDaniel farm.'Vhich makes us closer neighbors to Union City by one mile, has been completed with good bridges. ' , Mrs. Bettie Mason and Miss Sue Sbuff left Wednesday for Nashville, where they will attend the State Fair, after which Mrs. Mason will go on to Estill Springs. Bought Book Store. The Downing book and stationery stock was bought this week by H. E. DeSamburg, who will continue the bus iness at the present stand. Miss Leila Reeves is employed as saleslady in the store. FOR SALE A good tract of 30 acres, two and one-half miles northeast of Union City, close to church and school. Easy payments. Call Joe Harpole, telephone 336. 27-lt Peters' Weatherbird Shoes For Boys' and Girls' School Shoes, in gun metals, vicis and pat ent colts. Send the children down. We will take pleasure in fitting them up. Massengill Bros, The only exclusive shoe store in Union City. J ' - I "l liBiiiiiWiWiTfTiriM "in"1 i, i ,i,i,i ii mi ii m''imm AlmJ mtiMml mmm 9 mi fl m mt lBM TMWWMMMIMWWMlMiMMMjCT J-1.. IT8 A Car of Lehigh Jusl Arrived We have just unloaded a car of Lehigh Portland Cement at our warehouse. If you arc; in the market for cement this is a chance you cannot afford to overlook. Lehigh is a cement which gives you the best value, for it is ground to such a fineness that it makes the strongest concrete. PORTLAND CEMENT has been used on many of the largest municipal and paving contracts throughout the country a cood test cf its reliability. It will give you the best satisfaction i.i your concrete work. Come in and let U3 figure on your requirements. LEHIGH T. L. Bransford & Sons. (a) RIVES. Miss Luna Carter has returned from Troy. The rain Tuesday night brought eooler weather. Sherrill Clemmons has returned to Vanderbilt. Misses Eva and Ida Ship left Tuesday for Dallas, Texas. Mrs. Orie Brown and baby are home from Taducah. Calvin McCaw has accepted a position with the new Union City bank. . R. L. Harperand milliner, Miss Higgs, have returned from the market. Mr. and Mrs. Eobt. Shipp attended the big show in Union City Tuesday. Mr. John Mathis, of Tipton ville, vis ited V. G. Petty the first of the week. Misses Hattie May Clemmons and Sadie Frye have returned from Obion. Miss Davis Shropshire and little Miss Louise Shropshire are visiting in Horn- beak. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Barker, of Wynn- burg, were recent guests of Mrs. Will Starnef. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Caldwell left Tuesday for a ten days' stay at Daw son Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Warren were recent guests in Martin of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Carter. Messrs. Tullie Owens, of Fulton, and Raymond Mitchell, of Union City, were in town Sunday. Miss Isaacs, who has the Harpers Valley school, was a week-end guest of relatives in Union City, R. L. rhebus has come in from St. Louis and is receiving consignments daily of fall and w inter goods. Mrs. E. T. Mitchell and son, Max, left Monday to attend the State Fair and visit relatives at Columbia. , Mrs. Andrew Hurt and daughter, Ed Lois, of Kenton, were recent guests of Mrs. It. L. rhebus on Troy avenue. Misses Ethel Ragsdale, Zella Moss, Bess Harper and Messrs. Hardy Tetty and J. F. Ragsdale attended the Dres den fair. Misses Amy Moss, of Number Seven, and Elizabeth McDonald, of Obion, were in town Tuesday en route to Jack son where they enter the M. C. F. I. Miss Virginia Smith, of Troy, has accepted the position as assistant to Prof. Hays in our school. Miss Smith comes highly recommended and we now have the assurance of a good school. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Bolts, Mr. and Mrs. Will Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hooper, Mr. and Mrs. John Hauser and Mrs. Will Starnes spent Sunday in Kenton to hear Rev. Dunne, an evan gelist of Memphis. J Coram & Jackson I : I ILi ar cfl. 3 & We want to sell you your Fall Suit or Dress. Our line is now complete and we are anxious to show you through. C orain & Jackson Gave Up Hope "I suffered five years, with awful pains, due to woman ly troubles," writes Mrs. M. D. McPherson, from Chad bourn, N. C "They grew worse, till I would often faint I could not walk at all, and I had an awful hurting in my side; also a headache and a backache. I gave up and thought I would die, but my husband urged me to try Cardui, so, I began, and the first bottle helped me. By the time the third bottle was used, I could do all my work. AH the people around here said I would die, but Cardui relieved me." TAKE Tho WomanSTonic For more than 50 years, Cardui has been relieving woman's sufferings, and making weak women strong and well. Duringthfs time, thousands of women have written, like Mrs. McPherson, to tell cf the really surprising results they obtained by the use of this purely vegetable, tonic remedy for women. Cardui strengthens, builds, restores, and relieves or pre vents unnecessary pain and suffering from womanly troubles. If you are a woman, begin taking Cardui, today. Writtio: Ltdin' Adrftnry Dtt. ChattMMM M4loint Co., Cfcattanooet. Ttnn., lor Special Inilrmttmm. and M-ptgo book. "Nu TrutiMM tor wtarao," teal trtc J 4 CRESCENT. Cotton picking seems to be the latest in this community. Mr. and Mrs,. Luther Wilson attended the show at Hickman last Monday. Rev. Jones did not fill his regular ap pointment at Mount Manuel Sunday. Misses Ruth and Lena Hicks spent Saturday night with Miss Beulah Glover. Miss Ruth Strother, who is working at Union City, spent Saturday night homefolks. i Those on the sick list are: Mrs. Vas sie Hicks, Mr. Oren Stigler and Master Johnnie Cross. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Kirk spent tho latter part of last week with Mr. O. B. Wright, of Number Seven. Quite a number of young people- at tended the singing at Mr. Cheatham Glover's Saturday night. Mr. W. W. Hamblen and family spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. A. D. Williams at Blue Pond. There will be a box supper at this place the fifth Saturday night in this month. Everybody is invited to come. Pansy. Teachers at Troy. The county teachers meeting held at Troy last Saturday was not largely at tended. It was the first meeting of the year and a little disappointing on ac count of the small attendance. There were present only 23, The subject of School Health was dis cussed by J. H. Stover, Reading Classes by Miss Dora Reeves and others, Citi zens' Duty to Their School by G. R. McDade, A. C. Nute and H. C. David son. The good people of Troy had a boun teous spread for the teachers and this was one of the best points of the pro gram. Death in Number Nine. Thomas Ferguson, aged 20, son of Mr. and Mrs.'Frank Ferguson, died Is-st Monday, the 18th inst., after a few days illness of typhoid fever. Deceased had been married but a few mouths. WOODLAND MILLS. Several attended the show at Hick man. Mrs. Swainey, of St. Louis, is visiting friends here. Mr. Bret Prather has bought the old Prather farm. Davis Flack, of Nashville, is visiting relatives here. Richard Honeycutt left last week for Little Rock, Ark. Mrs. Inez White, of Memphis, is vis iting relatives here. Swan Burrus left Tuesday for Spring Hill to attend school. Miss Minnie Dale Burrus has been sick for the past week. Miss Linnie Threlkeld, of Union City, visited her paronts Sunday. Mr. Wiil Fitts, of Nashville, is a vis itor in the Kennedy family. Misses Bessie and Lessie Logan are are attending the State Fair at Nash ville. s Rev. B. N. Huey filled his regular appointment here Sunday and Sunday night. Miss Cora Berry left Tuesday for Hol ly Springs, Miss., where she will attend school. Mr. Andrew Burrus has bought one- third interest in the Alexander & Ken nedy store. Miss Katherine Burrus is at Milligan College, Johnson City, Tenn., for the school term. Mrs. Mary Laird and children, of Tiptonville, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Burrus. Mrs. Dan Douglas and Mrs. Matt Car penter went to Union City to attend a six-o'clock dinner Tuesday. Mrs. DeWhite Blackwood, of Blylhe ville, Ark., is visiting relatives here. Mr. Blackwood will return this week. There is much sickness here and near here. The doctors have been very busy since the hot weather. We think it will bo cooler from now on. Lady Rumor tells us that Mr. Cato A. Davis will soon move to Union City to make his home. We are very sorry of the fact, for Woodland will lose one of her best. Each hat at our store has an individ uality of its own. Mrs. F. E. Arnn, the Leading Milliner. NUMBER SEVEN. Mrs. Clint Dickense-n is quite ill. Mr. Johnnie Chapel is in Memphis for school this year. Mr. and Mrs. Cook visited fifur Harris Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. W. G. llogan spent Monday with Mrs. Clinton Shipp. Mrs. Dyer and Mrs. White spent Wednesday with Mrs. Jim Alexander. Mrs. Joe Long, of Union City, is vis her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Davis. Number Seven is getting dull since so many young people have left for school. Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge Wagster and Mrs. Hall are in Nashville for a few days. Mrs. Will Bryan and daughter, Miss Eleanor, visited Sharon the first of the week. ' Mr. and Mrs. Bell and Mrs. Will Dickensen attended the fair at Dresden Friday. Mr. Will Carter, after a visit with his parents, has returned to his home at St. Louis. Prof, and Mrs. Hill visited Mrs. Hill's mother from Friday evening until Sun day at Obion. Rev. Trice, of Union City, will begin a series of meetings at Harmony first Sunday in October. Several from this neighborhood at tended prayer meeting at the Baptist Church Sunday night. Miss Amy Moss left the first of the week for Jackson, where she will attend the Memphis Conference Female Insti tute. 'Misses Eva and Iva Shipp left Tues' day to visit their brother, Reynolds, at Dallas, Tex. While in Texas they will visit Maggie and Pink Hutcherson at Cleburne. W. C. T. U. A meeting of much interest was that of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union Friday afternoon. Mrs. Wad- dell conducted tho meeting in an im pressive and pleasing manner. Some unfinished business was concluded. Miss Vallie Feild read a leaflet, "Count ing One," which was greatly enjoyed. The next meeting will be Oct. G at the Sunday school rooms of the Methodist Church at 4 p. m. Circuit Court. The court continues this week with the Slate docket. The State versus II. Byrns was tried this week and Byrns fined f 100 and 10 days in jail. It seems that Al Sanders, who also resides at Rives, said something about Byrns hav ing a barrel of whiskey and mado some ugly threats. Byrns met Sanders some time after at night and attacked him with a knife, indicting several cuts on the body of Sanders. Sanders was not in a threatening mood, except probably the fact that he had a knife. John Riddle, horse stealing, sentenced to one year in the penitentiary. Will Hammond, larceny, 00 days in jail. Barnctt Wright, selling liquor, $50 and SO days in jail. Fred Bran lion, selling liquor, fined 150. Lewis Clark (col.), larceny, Obion, one year in penitentiary. GRAND Jl'RY. D. W. Pursley, T. W. Ferrell, A. O. McDaniel, R. T. Preuett, J. W. Luker, A. J. Burton, R. B. Milner, W. C. Cloar, W. T. Latimer, J. K. P. Hellin, T. W. Dunlap, Joe M. Calhoun. W. II. Nichols. Officer, J. M. Hickman. Death of Walter McCaslin. Walter Scott McCaslin, the baby son of Mr. and Mrs. McCaslin, this city, died at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. F. W. Preston, Friday, Sept. 15, aged 5 months and lfi dayB. The little cherub came into the hearts of the parents and grandparents with its innocence and the devotion and wealth of unrestrained affection, a bright star in the constellation of hap py, unresisting childhood, knitting up the raveled sleeve of care and bringing joy-and peace to the hoosehold. Tho little boy was sick a short time only, leaving with a parting smile and bene diction. The babe was christened by the pas tor, W . C. Scllars, the day before death. Funeral services were conducted at the residence Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock, the interment at East View. A Fine Cotton Stalk. J. H. Erwiu, a live up-to-date farmer living west of Union City, brought in the latest addition to our cotton utalk samples, carrying 112 bolls. Still larger ones are promised, and tho offer of a year's subscription is still open.