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cv-cv 4 Something o o o o o o Every morning: we receive by express new lots of Suits, Goats and DRESSES Never before hasotir line been so extensive. In addition to our line of La dies' Suits, we have added this season a line of Junior Suits Sizes 13, 15 and 17 years. Give us a look and we will be satisfied. CO RUM JACKSON Bonner's Antiseptic Spray Solution...... Sure death to all insects on your stock, poultry and in your dwelling house; will heal all sores and wounds on horses and mules; will disinfect your house, barns and other out houses. Flies and Mosquitos leave the room when sprayed with it. Y Bed Bugs, Mites, Cockroaches, Hog Lice, Chicken Lice and Ticks die instantly when sprayed with it. Used and recommended by some of the best physi cians in the United States as a Germacide and Disin fectant. Write for our little booklet, "Our Invisible Ene mies, Who They Are and What They Are Doing." Sold at Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store Union City, Tenn. . Manufacturers: T. J. BONNER & SON, Rives, Tennessee OBION. The city marshal reports a total of ?3o.OO collected in fines for the month of September. Carl Steele left Wednesday for Nash ville to enter school at Vanderbilt Uni versity in the dental department. This is his second year in the work. Rev. Ellis, of Martin, filled the pulpit at the Baptist Church Sunday in the absence of the pastor, Eev. W. A. Gaugh, who was ill at that time. Sunday morning Esq. Joe Green was stricken with paralysis at his home at Glass and his condition has been critical since. Hopes are still entertained for his recovery. Dr. Jas. F. Darnell is having his of fice buildings on Main street remodoled and fitted up for occupancy by Hon. E. J. Green and Esq. H. C. Corlev. Thev will move into their new quarters with in the next week or two. The contractors are very busy here now putting down concrete walks which are. being put solidly on two of the most prominent streets of the town. The town is taking a boom and in the course of a short time will have extended the concrete all over town. Miss Stella Barnes died at her home last Saturday morning of congestion. She was only 18 years of ago and was well liked by all who knew her. The funeral services were held aC the El bridge church by Rev. Collins Sunday morning at 11:30 o'clock. The following parties were married at Elbridge Sunday by Rev. Collins of that place: Mr. Seward Holloway, of El bridge, and Miss Nora Everett, of Glass, Mr. Stellie Hall and Miss Elvira Neil, All of the parties are well-to-do people in thir respective communities. The levee on the Kenton-Obiou road has just received some very much need ed repairs, which were completed Tues day by Contractor N. N. Tucker. The road through this bottom is now in good shape with the exepption of the long bridge at the south end, which is full of holes and should be attended to at once. Last Thursday night the body of a young man was discovered by a freight engineer on the right of way of the Illi nois Central Railroad about one mile south of here and reported same to the night agent here. The section crew was called out and went down and brought the body back with them. An inquest was held the next moring by Esq. II. C. Corley and the cause of his death at tributed to the running over of a train. The body was horribly mangled from the waist down, but the face was not scratched. The body was buried in the potter's field by the county. The man U II COPYRIGHT I9llv 1 1 II I MJCHAELWTERN tCCCN-, I fmi..iLlw.. wiA.i -I i M . n in,,, in,, , !, fcfaa. , T lti .a. Ml HiiMtjBj l We've Pilfered these Stylss from New York's Smartest Custom Tailor Merely a glance at our glad some fall raiment will suffice to convince you that the models are emphatically uncommon We've brought ihe styles of Broadway to our own First street You'll be satisfied with none other onee you take a peep. . Our clothes are quite mar velous. In looking at . them you'll be tempted to become quizzical. You'll want to know how we came to have such re markable clothes. But then, we're here to answer questions and display goods. SUITS FROM $10 to $30 J pose you give our line No doubt . you will wear shoes this winter. We have them for boys, women and men. Sup- JORDAN. O. B. Kerlin and Owen Bondurant went to Hickman Wednesday. llolley & Fry shipped two car loads of hogs to St. Louis Tuesday. ' Walter DeBow was in Memphis last week attending the Tri-State Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Bon llolley left Tues day for St. Louis to be gone several days. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Browder were here Sunday visiting Mrs. Browder's mother. was about HO years of age and was well Mr. Goaly Wade, of near Liberty, has dressed. Undertakers came up from been adjudged insane and sent to the Memphis to take up the corpse in an asylum at Hopkinsville for treatment, effort .to identify it, as it is thought he was a prominent boy of that city. ROGERS SCHOOL J. E. Elgin and wife visited Hickman friends Saturday night. Sunday school at Reelfoot every Sun day morning. Everybody invited. Mrs. Lela Williams has dismissed her school for a month of cotton picking. Mr, Robt. Cook, after a lengthy ab sence, is visiting the home of his uncle, Mr. John Elks. Singing at Mr. Henry Howard's Sat urday night and on Sunday night at U little foreign as it is a crop few here W". W. Council's. ' ' have ever tried nrevious to this vear: Miss Ruth Caldwell visited the home but it has been very successfully tried of Mr. and Mrs. Minto Jones near by several farmers this year and is now Beeck Grove last week. ' 1 being picked and placed on the market, Miss Maud Osborne left Sundav for Mr- Grimes, of this place, has on exhi- Burglars entered the grocery store of Bondurant Brothers one night last week and carried away about fifty dollars worth of booty. jurs. lAmo uramnam is visiting m Corinth, Miss., this week and during her absence Miss Kate Underwood has charge of the telephone central. Miss Pinkie Shuck and Miss Mag Alexander attended church at Mount Hermon Sunday and spent the re mainder of the day with Miss Mary Prather. . ( To speak of the cotton crop seems Middle Tennessee, where she will visit relatives for a few months. Leavie Osborne and Irvine Cox were at the home of Mr. Jas. Rives and fam ily near Clayton Saturday night. Miss Bertha Barnes returned home Monday from Missouri, where she has been teaching. She dismissed for cot ton picking. Dr. Glover is very busy attending the sick this week, of whom there are quite number as follows: G. W. Barnes and wife, H. W. Stigler and wife, Bud Dod- son, .Buster nawuins, ltoot. mves ana Mrs. rearl Rives. Tatler. bition a stalk cut from bis field which contains 165 bolls. RIVES. Mrs. Tress Callicott, of Pleasant Hill, was in town Monday shopping." Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hettey, of Union City, were Sabbath guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thorne. A number of cars of new corn at $2.50 per barrel were loaded here this week. Several car loads of live stock were also shipped. . Miss Bessie Hughes, of Columbia, and Mas rhebus, of Pleasant Hill, Mon day matriculated with the Rives Graded School and are in the high school de partment. ' , Free Shines for Ladies and Gentlemen. Beginning Saturday, Sept. 30. we will give tickets for 1 5 shines to ladies and gentlemen buying shoes here at $3.00 and $3.50. respectively, and up. You get not only the best shoes at the price, but also save $1.50 on shines. BECKHAM-JONES-MURPHEY A North Dakota Wolf Killer. ; In crossing the Big Pembina on hi way to Walhalla the other day Hans Bra tile of Osnabrock had a chance to iput in a few new stunts In the way of Stunting. A big timber wolf crossed the roadfast ahead of his team and jin trying to Jump the fence next the road got caught and tangled up In the barbed wire. Brattle had no gun, so it was a case jot go for the beast with nature's .weapons, which he did, and in trying to get the toe hold managed to get a 'good grip on the wolf's tail. The wolf then made a few hurried circles around Mr. Bcatlle's head and landed head first kerplunk in the sleigh box, dead as a door nail, and Hans con tinued on his way to Walhalla after filling and lighting his corn cob. Osnabrock correspondence Bismarck Tribune. LAWYERS' INCOMES ARE LOW Only 30 Per Cent, of the New York Attorneys Make a Fair Living. Fine Old Church Burned. The old Church of St. Michael, Honiton, Devon, England, which dated from the fifteenth century, and was one of the finest pieces of architec ture in the county, was destroyed by fire the other day. The tower and the main walls are the only portions saved. The church was built by Bishop Cour tenay, the "haughty prelate" of Shake speare's Richard III. According to an old legend it was originally Intended to erect the church at the foot of the hill, but emissaries of the Prince of Darkness willed It otherwise, and when the builders commenced their work, the stones placed In position during the day were each night trans ported to the top of the hill, with the result that the plan was changed. The Income of the average New York lawyer is no greater than that of a patrolman or a tradesman's clerk, according to figures complied by the New York County Lawyers' associa tion, which show that there are ap proximately 16,000 lawyers In Greater New York, or about one to every 175 inhabitants. This provides an average of three or four clients to each lawyer. Forty per cent of all the New York lawyers are having a struggle for ex istence, and only 30 per cent are mak ing "a fair living." About ten per cent, are making "large profits." It Is this ten per cent, and their "large profits" that "tempt" the young man with ambition. "Most of these young ; fellows don't understand that they would do much better to go Into trades or study scientific farming," says tbo report It adds that of the ten per cent among lawyers that are earning large fortunes, by far the greater part ,are men whose names seldom appear in the papers. Conversely, many of the lawyers who are most talked about are not earning large Incomes. Aerial Smuggling. The first aerial smuggler has come to grief. He tried to fly from Italy Into Switzerland and tumbled into the arms of a customs officer. Aerial smuggling is a fascinating game and the fact that it is hazardous makes it all the more so. Which means there's more trouble a re ad for the unhappy tariff myrmidon. Peters' 1AD& rOR. VS BY weatherbrd Shoes BEREA. Mrs. Earl Campbell, Mrs. John Penn and Mrs. Tom Butts are sick. Mrs. Boss Murphy, of Dyer County, visited relatives here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wagster visited their daughter, Mrs. Lin Wagsterand family Saturday night. The school at Cane Creek is doing nicely under the care of Miss Lora Simpson. Brownie. 5 or 9 doses "GOG" will euro any case of chilla and fever. Price, 25o. ; 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. i JfatpjzSj ohoq Cot .gill-- Bros, The only exclusive shoe store in Union City.