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OPERA MOUSE 5) o) QJ f Excellent Cast Elaborate Production Effects TROY. Mr. and Mrs. J. -Lee 'Hughes, F. P. McDaniel and G. B. McReeand dauRh fcr, Corrine, Rttended the' Metfiodist -Conference at Martin Sunday. , .Messrs. John Bennett, F. B. Taylor, D. B. Huey, J. H. Leeper, T. J. Kersey and John Kavanaugh attended the un veiling at Hickman Friday. Hon. Carroll P. Wilson attended the meeting of the Democratic Executive Committee in Union City Monday. Messrs. Jack Watson and J. W. Pon- xier, two goou lanuciu vu-, were in Union City Monday. Ashley Ingram, of the United States Marine Corps, stationed at Norfolk, Va., i hee on a.furlough. .; Misses Nelle NiclwlsandHattie Clark were shopping in Union City Friday. G. R. McDade visited Dresden Sun- dap'rof. and Mrs. T. P. Kiddick , of Polk, visited Union City Saturday. T. IK Harder, Thelbert Taylor, T. S. Prerwly and Leland Harden took in Union City Friday night. Mesdanies Bonnie Maxwell and J. W. Srearce vfsited Tolk Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Davy Crockett is on the sick list with an attack of pleurisy. Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Rodgers have re turned from Waveily where they at tended the wedding, of Mr. Rodgers' Mfeter, Miss Lucile, to Hon. Edward Wi Thomas, of Washington, D. C. CATARRHAL TROUBLE ENDED USE HYOMEI. You Bhkathk It No Stomach Dbs i.no Clka'hs the.Hkad. Use nature's remedy for catarrh, or cold in the head, one that is harmless yet qui"" and effective. It is the healing oils and balsams of Hyomoi which you breathe through a small pocket inhaler. Tnis curative and antiseptic air reaches the most re nuite air cells w the nose, thjjrr-and lungs, killing the catarrhal germs stop ping 'the offensive breath, raising of uiuoiv . droppings in the throat, crusts in the nose and all other catarrhal . eyinptoniH. The complete outfit costs only J1.00 and Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store will returcr your inouey if not satisfied. Do ot continue to suffer catarrhal ills try Hyomei now to-day. advt Home Made Candy Kirkland. ,vA.-v :,. , ; Obion Mrs. S. J. May visited her daughter at Martin last week. , Mrs. J. Q. Shires was a visitor in Union City last Friday. . : Tom Culp and wife spent Sunday with relatives in Troy. R. C. Woods and. Ora Williams, of Hornbeak," were visitors in Faducah Sunday. , ' ' ' Alfred Ledbetter and Joe Culp, of Albany, Oregon, were here this week visiting relatives and attending to busi nessi They are old residents of Obion County but have been living in the West for several years and this is their first visit back'hoine. Miss Gertrude Murphy, of Fulton, is the guest of Mrs. Will Morris this week. Miss Sallie Reeves visited relatives at Rives Sunday. ";Miss Grace Tegethoff, qf Bardwell, Ky.i is the guest of her sister, Mrs. F. W. ShivelL Worthy C. Crawford returned Satur day from Macon, Ga., where he has been for several months takings course iu pharmacy in the Max Morris ,School of Pharmacy. Mrs. W, A. Pleasant and children left last week for Mobile, Ala., o join Mr. Pleasant and reside in the future. , R. W. Mahon and wife visited rela tives at Martin from Saturday until Sun day. "-' ' j James Stanfield, E. A. Morris, Willie B. Forister and Owen Walker spent Sunday with friends in Newborn. Misses Kathleen Redditt and Lillian Burnley visited Miss Verda Vaughn at Poplar Ridge Sunday. . . . Dr. V. J. Jernigan and wife and W. J. Brawu and wife attended Conference at Martin Sunday and Monday. t Mrs. W. A. Forester, of Union City, is visiting relatives in the city. H. E. Williams, of near Hornbeak, is finishing up his new residence this week.' . j . . . . Miss Annie Laurie GrHlin, of Union City, is the guest of friends in the ctty. Dr. Will Bright, of Hickman, Ky., is the guest (if his brother; John M. Bright, and family neaAown. . A. J.;7ruett and daughter, of Clover dale, were visitors in Union City Satur day and Sunday.' Rev. W. R. Puckett, of Hornbeak, was here Monday en route home from Kenton. Rev. Puckett has accepted the pastorate of the, Baptist Church at Ken- JONES ANDuCRANE, INC., OFFER Will ton and will move there in the near fu ture.':;'.' .' -Mrs. C. Stewart and children, of Chaffee, Mo., were the guests of Mrs. Stewart's sister, Mrs. "Laura Maloney, the first of the week. . . Mrs. W. S. Crockett has 'returned to her home at Troy after a, visit to rela tives here and near Glass. ,: KENTON. - Messrs. John Braden, W. C. Stovail, Louie White and Mrs. C. T. Arnold and Mrs. JH., White atttended Conference in Martin Sunday. V';', "Messrs. G. R. Throop, C. T. Arnold and Mesdames E. T. Cantrell, Ed Gar rett, Joe Mitchell were among the num ber from Kenton who attended Confer ence in Martin last week. Mrs. C. G. Tilghman returned last Friday after s'everal weeks visit with rel atives in Ever.Green, La. ' Mrs. Ed Garrett visited er sister, Mrs. Hal Ramer, in Martin last week. Miss Elise White atteuded Conference and also visited Mrs. Hal Ramer in Martin last week. Mx. and Mrs. J. E. Atkins are visit ing their son, Mr. Harry Atkins, and family 'in Union City this week, after which they will go to Semler and on to Texas, where they will speud the winter. The Baptist congregation of this place- have employed Rev, Puckett, of Horn beak, as their pastorfor the ensuing year. ' Mr.-Bob Cowsert, who formerly lived about four miles north of town, died last Monday at his present home, four miles south of Martin, and was brought back here for burial at Concord ceme tery Tuesday. He leaves a mother, wife and one child to mourn his death. Miss Mildred Killingsworth and Mr. Waller Kerr, who are teaching in the public school at Woodland Mills, will be at home until the first of the year, the school building at that place being destroyed by fire last week, but they hope to have other arrangements made by the first of the year so they can con tinue tho school. . - Dr. Bt R. Baucotn wishes to announce to his patients that he will leave Mon day for California to accompany his mother, but hopes to' be back by the 5th of December. V Send all your magazine orders, both in clubs -and single subscriptions, to Mis9 Minnie I. Bowen, Hickman, Ky., R. F. D. No. 3. 23-tf. t JL. J FREMONT. Born to Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Camp bell last wee .a girl. Prof. Rjngs visited the school here last week and found a good many ab sent on account of cotton" picking. Mr. Leon Park has sold his farm to Tom Vinson. Mr. Park has not decided yet where he will locate. A great many of the farmers are feast ing on Bpareribs and backbones since the recent cold spell. Mrs. Leonav Sturgis left Wednesday for Portageville, Mo., where she will make her home. Carl Killion, of Winburg. Lake Coun ty, was here last week to visit his moth er, Ho was accompanied home by the Misses Stanfield & Cole.. ' Dr. Bond was here Saturday looking after his small-pox cases and had Mr. Webb's family carried to the pest house. Several from -here are spending . the week on the, Lake shooting ducks. R. A. Bumpious and daughter, Miss Elsie, were shopping in , Union City Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Hawkins, who left last fall for Maiden, Mo., have re turned home and will reside at Fre mont. VlOLKT. :'''.'. . NUMBER SEVEN. . , ' Miss Cecil Olive is at home after a month's visit in Paris. " Miss Be mice Shipp was a Saturday and Sunday guest of Mrs. Hunt Roper in Union City. - Mr. Percy Barbee, of Mount Pelia, is in Memphis for a while. Mrs. Rush Brantley, of Mayfield, Ky., has returned home after,a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Alexander. , Miss Iva Shipp was a week-end guest of Miss Ruby Jones at Fulton. Mrs. Kate Bryan attended Conference at Martin. - Mrs. Lena Callicott, of Jackson, was a Sunday guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gammons, near Mount Pclia. Miss Dave Brown visited her parents Saturday-iind Sunday near the lake. , Miss Eleanor ' Bryan has returned home after a'visit with her sister, Mrs. Jeff Kee, at Ripley. ' Mr. Vaughn, of Number Four, at tended preaching at Crittendon Grove Sunday. ' T. R. CLARK TRANSFER CO. Baggage a specialty. Phone 639 and 629. irL, jL j E-JL1L rives; ' . . Hisses-Hattie Mai Clem nions and Davis Shropshire were Tuesday visitors in Union City. . Messrs. John and McAdoo Harris joined a sporting party at Union City and are on Rcelfoot this week. Mrs. Laura Hutcherson is at home from a pleasant visit with relatives and friends in and near Obion, Mrs. E. P. Lindsay and son, Ki Wade, of Memphis, are guests of Mrs. Jane Wadef. ' , Miss Ruby Milam, of Union City, was a mid-week guest of Mrs. R. L. Phebus. Recent guests for the day of Mrs. T. J, Bonner were Mesdamee Dell Harper, Magliarris, W. J. Caldwell and R. L. Phebus. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Botts will leave in a few days for points in Arkansas. Mrs. T. A. Cummings visited friends in Union City over Sunday. Mrs. Eliza Wallace is a guest of Mrs. Anselmo Harris near Union City. , T. A. Cummings and daughters, Eu line" and Mary, visited relatives in Union City the first of the week. Polyanna, the glad book, or Laddie, a true blue story, will make charming holiday gifts. The outside and inside cover pages of Laddie are beautifully illustrated by Mr. Peiffer in lovely na ture studies. " Little Sister and Angel Boy are rather precocious but interest ing characters. Mr. Ernest Shropshire is attending to business in Lake County. Mayor McNeill is at home from points North. While in Wingo, Ky., the Mayor was shown over their new 'school building (cost f 10,000 we elicve), two sfory, steam heated and modern in every particular. , Miss Annie Laura Griflin, of Union City, was the guest of Miss Florence Botts Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. W. G,' Harris, of Moffatt, was in town Monday shopping.- Mi.s Pauline' Thorne was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Tliurman Phebus, west of Union City, the past week. Two invitations are on our desk to at tend the great meet this week in Colum bus, Ohio, of the AntiSaloon League. Numbers of Governors, ex-Governors, Congressmen and several noted women are on the program. We notice with pleasure that the South is well( repre sented on this program. ; ""' , . Mr. and Mrs. Foster, Mrs. Beadles and daughter and Miss Garrison of PRICES: 50c Seats on Sale Tuesday at Dahnke's Kenton, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Spikes. Mrs. E. P. Lindsay, guest of Mrs, Jane Wade, was the honoree Tuesday of a luncheon given by Mrs.- T. P. Palmer. Others present were Mesdames E. H. White, Jane Wade, T. J.. Bon ner, R. L. Phebus and Master Ki Wade. Crocheting, tatting, embroidery, and rare repartee made the hours pass as if awing. Friends of the family sympathize with Mr. and Mrs, Ed Houser in the death yesterday of their infant child. Funeral arrangements had not .been made when this item was penned. Mrs. Holland Bittickison aten days' or two week's visit to her son, Charlie Bittick, in Memphis. In damp, chilly weather there is al ways a large demand for BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT because many peo ple "who know by experience its great relieving power in rheumatic aches and pains, prepare to apply it at the first twinge. Price 55c, 50c and 11.00 per bottle. x Sold by Oliver's . Red Cross Drug Store. advt " PUBLIC SALE. '.''' .1 will offer for sale to the highest and best bidder at my home three miles west of Union City, .on SATURDAY, NOV. 15,. 1913, at 10 o'clock a. ni., all my stock and farming implements. Terms made known on day of sale. 31-tf - . C. Compton. R. L: LOCKE RT Notary Public Phone 220. ; Union City, Tenn. Locke rt fic Roger Stable Will go out of town if necessary. N .C St. L. TIME TABLE. Arrive Union City. ' eat rovsa , - ' " No. 55 7.55 a.m. No. 8S. 06p.ru No. 53. .11.15 p.m. ' WKST MOUSD. No. 62 -.6.10 a.m. No. 4..12.50 p.m No. 54,. 7.52 p.m. , Mo. Six-Sixty:Six ' Ttis Is a prescription prepared epeciIIy ht MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER, rive or si? doe will break any ewe, cad If taken thea at a tonic tb Fever will oof. return. Il aet ea tfca liver better th WorBel tti (5ae est grip or tickco. w ( 1 1 w vr.