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li SUITS OVERCOATS We have the Lowest Prices that will be made this season. See us for REAL LIVE BARGAINS. for choice Men's $18.00 to $25.00 Suits and Overcoats. $I0.9S for values up to $17.00. $3.4 O f?ets yur choice of Boys' Suits and Ovefcoats up to $9.00. Reduced Prices on Men's High-Grade Raincoats. Special Bargain Counter of Men's, Women's and Children's $2.00 and $2.50 Shoes. Choice of the lot only 89 cts IL W . G. Clagett Co. SI 0101 mm Office Phone 77 Night Phones W. L. White 83 G.B. White 224 White's Furniture and Undertakers. " ShadesMattings, Rugs and Druggets We have one price for all. Our goods are marked in plain figures. We have a rest room for Ladies and will be glad to have them call and make use of same. G. B. White. W.L. White. OBION. W. K. Wells returned Monday from Missouri where he purchased a car load of fine mules for his firm. Work on the H. Forcum residence is nearing completion. C. 0. Earner, of Memphis, assumed the duties as cashier of the Peoples Bank at Kenton the first of the month, Henry Flowers resigning. Mr. Earner is a nephew of Q. W, Eeed, of Obion. A recent lottor from C. C. Brown at Hot Springs, ArkM to friends here states that he is gradually improving. Attorney T. O. Morris perfected the organization the first of the week of the Forcum-James Cooperage Co., the cap ital stock paid in being $50,000. T. C, Harris, of Mount Moriah, passed through Obion Tuesday en route to Un ion City to spend several days. Luke Marshall and wife, of Troy.were in the city Monday shopping. . Mrs. Jim Wallace, of Dyersburg, was the guest of her .mother, Mrs. S. A. McCoy, Saturday.. Miss Lena Eines is the guest of Mrs. Neil Moore at Halls this week. J. S. Cox was in Union City a few lays this week on business. Bom to Jess McMackin aud wife, of near Folk, on last Wednesday night, a 7-poiind girl. Ltjstcr Fryor and wife, of Folk, are here this week on a visit to W. A. Cook and family. Mrs. E. W. Smith visited J. H. Fryor and family at Troy several days last week. Henry Anderson and daughter, of Troy, left this week for ad extended visit to points in California. E. A. Johnson and wife, of Fulton, were in the city Sunday visiting their ;son. VT J. Johns. Clark Moore arrived Sunday night from a trip out West. W. E. Albright and wife, of Glass, -are the proud parents of a fine boy, Lorn last Thursday. Born to Chas. Geuring and wife on .last Saturday, a fine sou. Born to Clarence Fox and wife on last Friday morning, a fine boy. O. M. Harris has bought out the gen eral merchandise store of G. Nichols at Glass and in connection with the post office will run an up-to-date store at that place. TROY. News has just reached here of the death of F. Farns worth, on Dec. 27 at his home in Santa Anna, Cal. Mr. Farns worth was a former resident of J this place, being a kinsman of Messrs E. C. and Joseph Moss. Messrs. W. A. Smith and Folk Mc Donald left Wednesday morning for Helena, Ark., to attend the funeral of their friend, W. D. Eoeves, who was killed there Tuesday afternoon in an automobile Occident. Mrs. Mary Hailey, of Bonhoma, Okla homa, visited here Monday. W. E. Lancaster, of Union City, was here Monday. Troy was represented in Union City Monday by G. E. McDade. John Car mack, J. W. Scearce, Walter Myers, Luke Taylor, Gid Jackson, Jim Smith, Steve Bennett and J. E. Moffatt. KENTON. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Arnold, who have resided in Dallas, Texas, for the past six months, returned home Monday night Miss Amie Peel was a visitor in Dyer Sunday. Mrs. Henry Watts is visiting her pa rents in Murray City, Tenn., this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Sullivan spent last week with their daughter, Mrs. E. L. Gish, Union City. ' Mr. and Mrs. Lebron Clements, of Eives, visited Mr. aud Mrs. A. L. Hurt last Sunday. , Mrs. Gentry Eeynolds and little grand daughter, Francis Montgomery, visited in Union City this week. Charles Ward, upholsterer, located in the Moms Block, on Mam street, first store west of Methodist church. Box couches made to order. Phone 43S. , RIVES. Misa Jonnie Gibson, of Henderson, has been the guest of Miss Mabel War ren for a few days. Mr. E. T. Mitchell has been out for several day?, down the I. C. buying cuttle. . Mrs. T. Pi Callicott visited relatives at Pleasant Jlill several days of the past week. It remains to a barnyard fowl to solve the problem of the high cost of living. This fowl daily delivers to a family of three a three-yolked egg, providing a daily breakfast menu of eggs. Master Ki Wade Lindsay, of Mem phis, was with his grandmother, Mrs. Jane Wade, several days the past week. Misses Mabel and Clare Littleton, of Union City, were week-end guests of Miss Hattie Mai Clemmons. , Messrs. Will Smith and Moroe Mc- Cowan were in Union City Monday. The latter sold threo mules at a good price. Eev. W. O. Weir has returned from a visit to Memphis. W. E. Shropshire, F. J. Holloway and T. P. Palmer were in Union City Monday.'. Mr. Dan , Holloway has moved his family to the W. L. Clemmona farm just south of town. Mr. Hurley, of north Eives. has moved into the resi dence on Caldwell avenue formerly oc cupied by Mr. Holloway. This district was well represented in Union Citv Monday. The doctor, the preacher, the peddler and the tinker were all there. Mr. Griff Hogan has moved his fam ily into north Eives .instead of on Par sonage Eow as reported last week. I Miss Martha Wade spent the greater part of the past week in the Bluff City, guest of hsr sister, Mrs. E. P. Lindsay. Mrs. E. T. Mitchell is just borne from a several days' visit with Mrs. George Nolen in Obion. . Owing to the illness of a member the social meetiDg planned for the 12th inst. has been abandoned by the local W. C. T. U. Dr. J. S. Adkerson now occupies office rooms in the Stirling grocery building. We are indebted to Mrs. C. C. Jordan, of Bunnell, "Fla., for a copy of the first issue of The Florida Good News," published by the State W. C. T. U. and very ably edited by the State president, Miss Winnie Neal, in Jacksonville. An item of especial interest to our local union is that Mrs. Jordan, only recently moved to the Peninsular State, is a, char ter member of a W. C. T. U. at Bun nell of twelve members and 1s also cor responding secretary of the Union. Truly by their white ribbons ye shall know them. The first of the week Mrs. Gentry Eeynolds, of Kenton, spent the a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Knox Harper. The I. C. Eailroad is double tracking from Gibbs to Dyersburg, a distance of thirty-six miles, more or less. The new track will not take the straight coarse as surveyed several years back but will parallel the main track. This course meets with the approval of those whose property would have been condemned if the' straight cut had been made. The approximate cost of the new track will be $20,000 per mile. The sudden death by heart failure of Mrs. Mandy Forrester, of the Pleasant Hill neighborhood, Thursday night was a shock to her relatives and numerous friends. Mrs. Forrester prepared sup per and retired in seemingly good health. She awakened almost speechless and was dead before Uncle Gentry, her hus band, could call anyone in. Aunt Mandy," as she was familiarly known, for a quarter of a century, had Been a member of the Christian Church. She was the mother of ten children, nine of whom are living and all married but one. The remains rest in the Tleasant Hill Cemetery. Mesdames T. B. Moffat and O. H Clemmons have returned from a very pleasant visit with relatives in Charles ton. Mo. B. J; Wade is spending a few weeks in the balmy climate of Florida. The Eight Honorable T. J. Bonner has returned from the recent conclave of Masons in Nashville and reports an extra large attendance, estimated above a thousand. Mr. Bonner is now the Supreme Grand Master of the State, thereby acquiring numerous honors and perquisites. As per custom, a large oil painting of our townsman will be added to the treasurers of the Masonic Hall, Mr. Bonner , also by his recent office wears a handsome diamond emblem rine. a precedent set several years past by a Grand Master who . donated this elegant ring to the order to be always worn by ruling Urand Masters NORTHSIDE. After the pleasant spring weather we are being treated to a slight touch of winter. Mr. Jas. Caruthers has been slightly indisposed but is better at this writing. Harry Harper, of the cuy, visited his aunt here last Sunday. Mrs. E. M. Long and babies visited Mrs. Long's mother-in-law Monday. A gloom of sadness pervaded our town and surrounding country when the tel egram was received last Tuesday an nouncing the sudden and very sad death of Mr. Dick Eeeves, a former citizen of Obion County but late of Helena, Ark. He met his death in an automobile ac cident. Mrs. Oscar Forrester, of this vicinity, attended the funeral of her mother-in- j law, Mrs. Gentry Forrester, last Satur day. Mrs. Forrester died very suddenly last Saturday at her home near Pleasant Hill Friday night, the 30th ult. Friends and relatives here sympathize deeply with Mr. Jim Chiles, of Obion, whose son died last week at his father's home. Young Mr. Chiles had been on a visit to Eoswell, New Mexico, in search of health. Not receiving much benefit tie came back to die near his loved ones. SHADY GROVE. Quite a large crowd attended Sunday school last Sunday. r Mr. and Mrs. Knight's little boy is improving. , Miss Prather Hamilton is the guest of her. sister, Mrs. Davie, at Dyersburg. Mr. and Mrs. Portor Harris and chil dren, of Fulton, visited Mrs. Tom Hamilton. Mrs. Tearl Potter, of Betblebern, vis ited her sister, Mrs. Fred Hubbs. Mr. and Mrs. Hfom Cheatham, of Gibbs, was at Mr. J. D. Hicks', the guest of Mr. J. E. Wheatley. Mrs. Mamie Tucker, of Harris, was the guestof her sister, Mrs. Fred Hubbs, and family. Mr. Fred Jones and sister. Miss May, of Terrell, was the Saturday night and Sunday guest of Mr. John Woodfin and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Eeece and children were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Olive. The farmers had just begun to plow and plant their potatoes when the rain came and drove them in. Guess they will wait awhile now. Mr. Herbert Hardy, who is attending the Training School at Union City, spent Saturday night and Sunday with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Woodfin. Black Eyes. Home Furniture Co. handles good linoleum. Phone 99. Pictures framed on short notice. .".."' Ligon Furniture Co. JR. X. CUIRLIM Our First Showing' in Spring Tailored Stilts. in Blues, Tans, Wisteria Green and Tango Models of the latest creation. Spring Cotton and Wash Fabrics in great variety Crepes in white and colors Ratines in plain and fancy mixtures Odd Lot of Suits & Skirts at Prices to Close Suits, $4.98 and $6.98 Skirts, $1.48, $1.98 and $2.48 GOOD VALUES. All Winter Merchandise at Great Reductions R. T. CURLIN Y ru KmmT Li LI In the District Court of the United States for the Eastern Division of the Western District of Tennessee. Godwin Bros., Bankrupt No. 648 in Bankruptcy Pursuant to an order to me directed as Trustee in Bankruptcy of Godwin Bros. I will on Friday, the 1 3th Day of February, 1 914 at 1 o'clock p. m., near the corner ot Washington Avenue and First Street, in Union City, Tennessee, offer for sale .to the highest bidder, for cash, ' One Brecht Supply Co. Ice Refrigerator, Meat Racks, Two Maple Meat Blocks, Lot of Market Tools, Four Sections of Walker-Bin Co. Cabinets, Tobacco Cabinet, Five new Show cases, One Brecht Refrigerator Meat Cabinet, Two National Cash Registers, Two Pair Computing Scales, One Platform ' Scale, One McCaskey Iron Safe, One McCaskey Account Register, One Office Desk, One set Office Railings, Two Ceiling Electric Fans, One Oil Bowser, One Oil Tank, One Electric Hobart Sausage Mill and attachments, Two Desk Chairs, Electric Wiring, Two Delivery Wagons, Paper Racks, One Vegetable Cabinet, One Heat Slicer. The foregoing items of fixtures will be sold first separately for cash and next as a whole on terms of one-half cash and the balance in six months with per sonal security and the sale adopted bringing the greater amount. All of the items of fixtures are practically new, having been used by Godwin Bros, for only a few months and can be inspected upon request to me. Those Owing Godwin Bros. Take Notice. I will also sell to the highest bidder for cash all of the accounts and notes due the firm of Godwin Bros, remaining unpaid upon he day of sale and a list of such accounts and notes will be furnished upon inquiry from me. , This the second day of February, 1914. , W. E. HUDGMS, Trustee in, Bankruptcy.