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TAILORED CLOTHES We are the only exclusive made-to-measure tailoring house in the city.. Our lines are the best in the country and we can give you a tailored suit made to ht you. Prices. Well, we can fit your purie, as well as your figure. You don't have to wait for an opening day or an display day. Every day is opening and dis play day with us. - We have made the "made .- to - measure clothes" a study and we can give you a perfect fit. Come in, and let us show you our lines. Always glad to show you, whether you buy or not. Our furnishings are right up to the minute. Shoes Yes, the Nettleton for gentlemen; and John Kelly for the ladies. GIVE US A CALL. FREMONT, Mrs. Joe McConnell is having her residence remodeled. Prof. Henry Snow began school at Old Fremont last Monday. Miss Kate Cunningham visited rela tives at Crystal the first of the week. Eev. Eaymond White preached an interesting sermon at Antioch last Sunday. Messrs. Cravens and unrhtti were transacting business near Mason Hall this week. Miss Lela Reeves was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Caldwell, at Clay ton, Saturday night, and attended church at Reelfoot Sunday Attorney Dee Hartwell, of Marion, 111., and Mrs. S. A. Brown and Mr, and Mrs. Joe Moss, of Union City, came out in their car Sunday afternoon to visit relatives. Mrs. Fannie Simmons and grand daughter, Mrs. Wetsel Barton, and children, of Marion, 111., spent the first of the week with F. , B. and W. W Caldwell's families. The five4rioiiths'-oTJbaby boy of Mr, and Mrs. Elliott Coleman, who had been sick some time, died last Tuesday and was buried the following day at Antioch. Funeral services were con ducted by Rev. Burgess Cunningham Coal- fr4 Jl Violet. ood Call Tel, 150. ET2QN PATENT vcr Nashville. ' maside iron .o ...:is.w!3Hlt. Wl - Xt. you Sold by all Grocers. Wo us to have ide from e TROY. Miss Jennie Cleek has returned to Memphis. .. Miss Vara Garrison spent Friday in Union "City, ' Rev. M. R. Gibson, of Polk, spent Saturday here. Miss Lottie Bennett spent Saturday iu Union City. . Mr. Coombs, of St. Louis, is here visiting J. W. Brantley. Mr. Henry Lancaster, of Union City, is visiting Howard Caskey. Neel Smith left Friday for Bradford, where he will attend school. Dr. J. J. Wells, of Glass, spent Sat urday here mingling with the voters of this place. . Prof, and Mrs. Reynolds left this week for Bradford, Teun., where they will teach next year, , , , The Methodist meeting began Sun day and is being conducted by Rev. Irion, of Trenton. . ', Mrs. W. S. Crockett is spending the week at Glass with her daughter, Mrs. Talmage Cunningham. Rev. D. P. Pressly, of Mount Carnur, S. C, is here visiting his parents and preached here last Sabbath to a good audience. On last Thursday night Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Moffatt chaperoned the following party on a hay-ride to Obion. The ride was given in honor of the visitors of Miss Martha Wilson. Each one seemed to spend the evening with much pleas ure, and all were sorry when home was reached. Those in the party were Mr and Mrs. B. P. Moffatt, Misses Martha Wilson, Thelma Cloar, Genevieve Wil son, Frances McCall, Mary Henry Walk er, Messrs. Homer Clarke, Tom Pressly Scott Kirby, Maxey Moffatt, Nealy Pressly. A very pleasant day was spent on Reelfoot Lake last Monday by some Trojans. Going early and staying late they visited everything of interest. great deal of the pleasure is due to the chaperons, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Wilson for they had arranged everything very satisfactory. The trip was given in h'onor of Miss Martha Wilson's guests and those who were fortunate enough as to attend were: Mr. and Mrs. C P. Wilson, Misses Genevieve Wilson Frances McCall, Thelma Cloar, Martha Wilson, Mary Henry Walker, Messrs. Maxey Moffatt, Scott Kirby,- Homer Clarke, Tom Pressly, and Nealy Pressly. CRITTENDON GROVE. Mr. and Mrs. King, of Mount Pelia, Sundayed with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Abington. Mr, and Mrs. Bob Boyd spent Sunday with relatives near New Mome. J. T. Coley was in Rives Saturday on business. Miss Minnie Blake, of New Home vicinity, spent, one day last week, with her sister, Mrs. Lon Tanner. Born Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Phillips a fine girl. Mrs. Herdie Bell is spending this week in New Home neighborhood. Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt Stovall spent Saturday night with relatives near Mount Pelia. .Terusha. When you feel lazy: out of sorts and yawn a good deal in the daytime, you can charge it to a torpid liver which has allowed the system to get full of im purities. HERBINE cures all disorders produced by an inactive liver. It streng thens that organ, cleanses the bowels and puts the system in good healthy conditiou. Price 50c. Sold by Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store. PUBLIC SALE. will, on TUESDAY, the 30th day of July, 1912, at my former home 3 Miles north of : Union City, Tenn., tm ' 1 When vou order Hour do a sack of flour say plainly, OF I.RONTE FLOUR." It on the M. & 0.K. R. sell to the high est bidder, all -of my, stock and farming mplements, consisting of sulky plows, wneat anus, narrows, cujrfrators, wagrj ons, Harness, bogs,, siic-. n. f work mules, :Xjb,k: yearling filiivs , idard j bred), station (Petrole No. .VKV .. , ,7 1 , : . ' sianaaru Hi. , regyiv. v : , things too 1 fro S DeVTh. stall?. VP(Muic OBION. J. Q. Shires was a Sunday visitor in Memphis. Miss Marjorie, Fisher is visiting her sister uear Newbern. Mrs. F. H. Foote visited her mother at Covington Sunday. Mrs. Lucie Starues, of Rives, visited relatives here Sunday. Farris Dickey, of Leland, Miss., is visiting relatives in Obion. R. C. Holloway and wife spent Sun day with friends in Memphis. Miss Floreta Stanfield, of Covington, visited homefolks here Sunday. E. J. Green and Hub Fielder a ttend ed to business in Troy Monday. E. S. McClure and wife have returned from a visit to relatives at Milan. Miss Eula Hays, of Hornbeak, visited relatives in Union City this week. Carl Lambert spent Saturday arid Sun day with his parents in Tiptonville. Miss Lillian Ray, of Ralston, was the guest of Miss Lulee Jones last week Atty. J. M. Drane and wife, of New bern, visited relatives here last week. Geo. Moore and wife have returned from a visit to relatives at Clinton, Ky. Talmage Cunningham left Saturday for several days stay in Dawson Springs Miss Maple Grisham returned Sunday night from a visit to her sister at Leland, Miss. " G. 0. Watson and wife spent Sunday with Mr. Watson's parents near Trim ble. J. H. Starnes visited relatives in New bern, Dversburg and Union City last week. A. B. Chiles and family spent Sunday at the home of R. V. King in Number Nine. Arthur King and wife and Tom John son and wife, of Lane, motored to Obion Sunday. Virginia Starnes returned home Sun day after a visit to Girtie Hamilton at Newbern. Miss Lottie Dickson returned Saturday after an extended visit with her brother at Nashville. Mrs. Gordon Baird and baby have re turned from a three week3 visit to rela tives at Fulton. Arch Johnson and wife and T. R. Massey and wife, of Union City, visited in Obion Sunday. Lon McCaleb and wife, of Dyersburg, were the guests of Esq. H. C. Corley and family Sunday. Mrs. John Dane, of Glass, and Miss Griffin, of Tiptonville, left Monday for Primtu Springs, Tenn. Mrs. Will Peacock returned to her home in Glass Saturday after a visit to her parents at Anna, 111. Mrs. L. C. Abbott returned home Friday night after a visit to her brother, H. H. Scott, at Newbern. J. H. Garrison, a prosperous farmer of the Mason Hall vicinity, was in the city Saturday on business. Mr. Enloe Chiles and family and Mrs. S. T. Wade, of Union City, visited Mr. Chiles' parents here Sunday. Esq. Needham and wife, of near Mason Hall, were the guests of Allen Pyles and wife Sunday. J. H. Luker, of Elbridge, Horace Lovell and Cherry Steele spent several days on the lake last week. Guy Corley returned to his home at Little Rock, Ark., Sunday morning after a visit to relatives here. J. M. Campbell and wife returned to their home in Union City Monday after a two weeks visit with friends and rela tives here. ' Dr. J. B. Sharp returned Friday night from Brinkley, Ark., where he was called on account of the illness of his daughter, Mrs. G. 0. Bogle. Joe Thomas and Bob Connell, of Ken ton, visited in the, 'city Sunday. , We are glad to see Mr Thomas able to be out again after his unfortunate accident on the Fourth. ' 3 NAILS WE HAVE EVERY THING YOUWANT HAR . 5 - WARE! We couldn't tell you in a week every article we have in our store. Remember just this: If it's hard ware, we have it. We give lull weight, full measure and good prices. WAGONS the best made: and Milburn wagons. Tennessee, Studebaker BUGGIES. Be sure to see our buggies. We can save you money. Come to see us. NaillingKeiser Hardware Company Telephone 27 Jl BETHEL. Mrs. Floy Herley, of Jackson, is vis iting relatives here. Mrs. Julia Moxley, of Piggot, Ark., is visiting relatives here. Mr. Ben Primrose returned Sunday from visiting relatives at Kenton. Messrs. Walter and Arthur Phillips, returned Monday to their home at Nashville. Mrs. John Primrose is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Barham, near Union City this week. Mr. Ben Roberts and friend, Miss Clara Julian, of Fremont, attended church here Sunday night. Mr. Jack Griffin and family visited Mrs. Griffin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Muse, one day this week. Mr. Daught Summers and family, of Hornbeak, were the guests of Mr. Oscar Wilson and wife Saturday night. Miss Nannie Sanders and friend from Hornbeak, attended the icecream sup per at Possumtrot Saturday night. Miss Catherine Haynie returned to her home near Union City Monday, after several days visit to relatives here. Miss Ora Brown, from across the creek, and Miss Leslie Primrose, were the guests of Mrs. Frank Brown Sun day night. Mr. Chester Brown and wife, of Talley's, and Mr. Cleve Brown and family, were the Saturday night guests of Mr. Em Brown and family. Uncle Purk Brown, a highly re spected man of this community, died Saturday after several weeks illness, and was buried Sunday at the Hogue cemetery. W. C. T. U. Program. Opening song "Work, for the Night is Coming." Scripture reading Psalms, 2d Chap. Prayer by Mrs. W. L. White. Business Session. Mother's meeting, Mrs. Fitz Smith leader. Leaflet "Wise Blindness in Moth ers," read by Mrs. Fitz Smith. Reading"PitfaIls for Our Boys," Mrs. M. E. Edwards. Dismissal with the Aaronic benediction. DECIDE YOURSELF. The Opportunity Is Here, Backed bx Union City Testimony. Don't take our word for it. Don't depend on a stranger's state ment. Read Union City endorsement. Read the statements of Union City citizens. And decide for yourself. Here is one case of it: G. W. Hawkins, ex-deputy marshal, First and Poplar streets, Union City, Tenn., says: "I suffered from a lame and aching back and my kidneys were weak and inactive. I took several remedies but without much benefit un til I used Doan's Kidney Pills. They removed my aches and pains and toned up my system. I cheerfully v mend this remedy to other kid ferers, knowing that it can be on to correct kidney trouble." For sale bv all dealers. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,''" sole agents for the United S . Remember the name I take no other. -m" jr. i , i J Uarrp1 VipWl. good breearrfu fU and your empty sacks and barrel ne ; drivfr M(lto DOptK, . as money to you. A wiU show for himself on day Four persons were drowned at Alton, 111., by a cloudbu'fstS which destroyed tw"railes of streets, wrecked sixJjuM- V ir.gs and a,, gas plant, w;Ha i ! ,ss of S250.0fXl At DenvV ' burst caused a miilon-dolla3?3 . , , , - . in principal streets vre-inui railroad service LIBERTY M l L-jb? lies to bb sold are good plenty of size and style, of excellent mares, one of kww frrim the pood trottine- NASHVILLE, TENiing Brook, 2:28i, and both . . , v'eirle. This stock will be sold ; m'V'U r ' - nv :se'e, and I will . appreciate CHLKKY-IV1UDD or Distributors. Union City, l eriri 10 o'clock ft. m. -Twelve months curity. - ; "" : .' T. R. Reynolds. Auctioneer. . lS-2t. time was vere storm I-:ft ? trail of nrough (lie Uist.net of V : :'!'.' damage was occasion ington. A hurricane swep' and t! e city was deluge; burst. Three persons f' ieirou river wune heat- -1"' . - then r were ur -ini!:l .mtary ua- noi ie transmissipJuari ' Tinas. r - ' White closed thref two comn heat -ts ' is ;d in ut in ned Janitary liof rr a rond Union ;.cenes repre ss and disease West, be- n'.of , isit wa rn is Have You Stomach Trouble1 IF SO, TRY Dahnke's Cream Bread ructv ''ootiA ent th port for the Unite man as will deserve the people. I am opposed to the repettv inmiwinra 1a- Tn tliH short - - before the election on August 1, next 1C W ill -UC iI14JUaIUC 1U1 II"3 w SCO tai.u voter in person, as I would be glad to do, but I earnestly ask . you to give me your support and influence in this con test, and pledge you that I will do the best I can to make ycu an honest and faithful public servant. ROHERT A. ElKISS, Candidate for State Senator. Dresden, Tenp.', July 25. Save money by using Bon Air Coal. Easily digested. None better or Properly baked more healthful. criticSi" .' ' itji 1 ' -ent ' TreasuJ I hVi9.?S - J t 'A am .' J ' ft fi -rfj I -a, LouotpiLUb .1 wilf v ' 1 give yj y fitf J parties! I nave c ... r rr, J? . I agents are enormous. A- as I . . se to Ine this way and ' . i j the job. If I am .tted, I will leave thu Legislature; a new Con ndment will meet my i win exert au mv towards law enforcement 1 v ' u : V v. 0 ' - '''!. i I V 4.