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if M f y : "" ' ''' .... , . if,.. ' i 'V ' J- - ." H n a School Board Ordinance. rat! mpptin? nf the Board of Mavor 1 Aldernien of Kives was bcl J at iSarptr & Shore's stoe, Hives, Tennes- on Mar. 9, 1914. Present, W. A. Neill, Mayor, R. L. Harper, Record- J. H. Shore, R. L. Harper, S. H. u 'ey, D. II. W oody, Ji. fciiore ana E. Shropshire, Aldermen, being all said board and a quorum. J. II, Shore introduced and moved Le passage of the following ordinance, Ui-wit: -An ordinance providing for the issu- -nce of $10,000.00 or coupon bonds, for the purpose of constructing, building, famishing and equipping a public bocl building in and for the town of t nut in ("mrrlnpn with in nc.i of til a i a-ncral Assembly passed on September 1913,- being chapter 65 of said acts; 1 1 providing for an election to be held 1 y the election commissioners of Obion Cyunty, in the town of Rives, as to tfie issuance of said bonds; and provided a ri.-ajority of the vote cast at said election shall fuvor the issuance of said bonds, Skctios 1. Be it ordained by the ?!.ivor and Aldermen of Rives consti- Ho torn council, That an clcC' ti rj shall bo called and neld in the town nf Jtives, at the usual voting place, on '). 11th day of April, 1914, all of the I'ificd voters of said town, to aBcer- l i;i the will of said voters voting, as to ;Jt.-,.r. nf tin Dm no srlinnl Jinmla .' ' . I am nourisliftt' unci stimulated tn omxa ( f t'ie town of Rives for the purpose of I , . , . ( .xructing, building, furnishing and . ,i ?i i .MMnmnw a nun m aniinrii n 11 n ni7 in ' , ' 1 . - ... w. .vv ..vt.vw. . ....... 'It, . , . . , . i , . i . i t i.!K u iestoi an, uie nair becomes sort, nutty .1 top on nl Man nf KluPS U'llll'l) fllfiC I ' ' I aliiinilnnt -.. , J 1 : .. 1 i ii l. ,i . 1 t , i nuuuunu, auu i auiaiit wivu lliu auu )ii sunn ue caiieu, nuveruscu auu uciu i ut-auij You will be surprised and delighted with Farisian Sage. Try at least one fifty cent bottle from Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store. He will .refund the purchase price if you are not satisfied. advt t 'ii -I'' I 1 Black Tan White THE r. F. DAUXT CO, LTD, BUFFALO, N. Y, HAMILTON, ONT. rr- , n 1 lini nn.sij VaniiimiB M FALLING HAIR AND ITCHING SCALP Needless Use Parisian Sage. Now that Parisian Sage can be had at any drug counter it is certainly needless to have thin, brittle, matted, stringy or faded hair. No matter how unsightly the hair, how badly it is falling, or how much dandruff, Parisian Sage is all that is needed. Frequent applications and well rubbed into the scalp will do won ders it acts like magic. The hair roots new hair, itching scalp, dandruff and falling hair cease your head feels fine. i- (he Election Commissioners of Obion j unty, and the result thereof duly as- 1 rtained and certified and filed by said Klijction Commissioners as the law re- e luiri The ballots to be used in said election shall have printed on them the words, "For Bonds" and "Against Bonds" ;... 1 each ballot cast in said election li ivi.-ig a (X) opposite the words "For 3" ..i.b" shall be deemed a vote in favor of iHe issuance of said bonds, and each ; i"ut cast in said election having such i"rr3 opposite the ; words rt(!s" shall be deemed Jessie visited BETHEL Mrs. Cleveland Brown, Mrs Kirk and Mrs. Chester Brown ! Mrs. Em Brown Tuesday. Mr. Lige Snow and wife went to Union City Monday. Mm. Frank Rrnun nni rliililrpn viuit- Against ed M LonZO Garrison and family Tues ionus snail oe ueemeu n vohj ngmusv j . 1 -..id bonds; provided that if a majority Mr, Will Thompson and family were ut the votes cast at said election shall be he uuests of Mr. Ouill Dver and familv ii ftvorof the issuance of said bonds, Sunday night and Monday fame shall be prepared, signed and Mr, John Guy, of Mount Ararat, was . t 1 . . i.-u.'.j, as proviuea in ine next section the guest of Mr. Ad Osborn recently. i 1 '"A. I Mrs. Sallio Dver was thesruest of Mrs f.o. 2. Be it further ordained, That J. c. Sanders Monday. , 1 x . l. I T...t. Tr:u: i. I lii' saiu ooncis lO oe issued unuer imsi iiims nuui ivuhuu reiurueu o ner ilmance, and in pursuance of said Act home at Fremont Thursday after a very of the General Assembly, shall be of pleasant visit to her sister, Mrs. Mat tiio denomination of $500.00, bearing True, and friends here. v. test at 6 per cent (six per cent) per Miss Ora Dyer and Mr. Fonnie Brown i lurn, payable semi-annually, and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs, Chester i . . i In..-. c . . i i". i i MiCeu ov tne coupons lor me same urowo nunuay. - i hiiy auacneu to eacn or saiu uoiiumji .mr. uura orown, oi tiornoeais, visu- ii bonds to be made payable thirty ed friends here recently. t;s after date, but providing that they I Mr. Jim Sanders and sister attended i t.ni',1 ftnr Inn vAnr nt thn election the mnpuip t Mount Ararat Siind.iv of the Mayor and Aluermen or Kives, evening. d at the Chase National Bank, New Mr. Cleveland Brown and family vis- Vt'ik, and in lawful money. ited at Tally's Saturday and Sunday, The said bonds shall be in the amount Mr. Jim Phillips and family visited 10,000.00 par value, divided into relatives near Tally's Saturday and Sun twntv (20) bonds, each of par value of day. Trixie. 4 "i0. 00, with said interest coupons at t ii bed, and they shall be signed by the .Tiyc-r and Recorder of said town, with H corporate seal affixed thereto; the s,id coupons shall be signed by the said Mayor and Recorder, or their names may be lithograped thereon. - Said bonds may be issued and sold by the Board of Mayor and Aldermen 'f Rives, at such times and in such .i.ivmnts as they may determine by or dinance, but not exceeding the total uixuint of $10,000.00, and, not to be mull tor less than par with the. accrued i-iterest thereon; and the . proceeds of said bonds shall be used exclusively for the purpose herein set out. Bat the aid bonds shall not be issued or sold tin less voted for and approved by a roa ionty of the votes cast at said election iijreiu provided for. ; f Vec. 3, Be it further ordained, That ,f said bonds shall ba so voted for and a proved as herein provided for, the Mayor and Aldermen of Rives shall each year thereafter levy a special tax on all the taxable property of said town, to provide a sinking fund to pay the earne, and the interest thereon, not ex- v.- '!.ng fifty cents on each one hundred t! !!ars of taxable property, as evidenced I v Uo tax lists of said town, and as pro-viJ.-tl for in said Act of 1913, chapter f5. 'the said foregoing ordinance, after I rjj fully considered, was duly passed wi.d adopted by said Board by a unani i. . j j vote of the said Aldermen of said West Tennessee Advancing. Last week at the meeting of the Com mercial Club of Union City the people of Obion County gathered in numbers. It was a splendid occasion and every one not so fortunate as to be present missed an edifying spectacle. Obion County is one of the richest in the United States. It is blessed in climate, in soil and in geographical location. ' The land produces wheat from which the highest quality of Hour can be ground. In rnaoy parts of the county cotton of an extraordinarily fine staple is grown. It is one of the big corn producing counties. Lying directly across the river from the great corn counties of Southeast Missouri, Obion produces a yield per acre not second to those counties. Three railroads, the M. & O., Nash ville & Chattanooga and the Illinois Central, bring Obion County in close touch with the rest of the country. On the west border of Obion is Reel foot Lake, one of the most magnificent sheets of water in the South. The people of Obion County are im proving their roads. They are improv ing their schools. They are diversify ing their agriculture, Nature has blessed them as it has few other people in the country. On one farm they can grow cotton and wheat, corn and grass, and in the pastures of this farm cattle and hogs and sheep reach a perfection of development. It is a good thing for the West Ten nessee counties to follow the example of Haywood, Obion and Dyer and have their commercial clubs meet and dis cuss the conditions as they exist. The swapping of ideas is always helpful. The Commercial Appeal would like to see every town in West Tennessee organize a commercial club, following the example of our Obion Business Men's Club, and then it would have a federatiou of all these commercial clubs into one big central body. Commer cial Appeal. Ml FOUR FINE JACKS AND A REGISTERED TROTTING STALUOII lire Tom Grey Eagle 0 Don Pedro Don Juan and Ben Senlis l, a communication to the Election ( .iiuis-iioners of this county Mayor V.Neiil recommends tire following local ; i ilftnen to officiate in the election: ,iu -s, J. S. Shore, J. S. Bean and S. l. iuys; Clerks, Bert Hooper and Hal 1 r.; Officer, W. C. Smith. t . 1 Coke Wood Call Tel. 15.0 LOSING HOPE WOMAN VERY ILL " a .in... I... Finally Restored To Health By Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Bellevoe, Ohio. "I was !n a terrible state before I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound. My back acheduntil I thought it would break, I had pains all over me, nervous feelings and periodic troubles. I was very weak and ran down and was losing hope of ever being well and strong. After tak ing Lydia E. Pink- ham s Vegetable Compound I improved rapidly and today am a well woman. I cannot tell you how happy I feel and I cannot say too much for your Compound. Would not be without it in the house if tt cost three times the amount." Mrs. Chas. Chapman, R. F. D. No, 7, Belle vue, Ohio, Woman's Precious Gift. The one which she Bhonld most zeal rnmiy guard, is hr health, but it is the one most often neglected, until some ailment peculiar to her sex has fastened itself upon her. When so af fected such women may rely upon Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, a remedy that baa been wonderfully suc cessful in restoring health to suffering women. If you have the slightest doubt that JLydla K. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound will help you,writo to Lydia H.Pinkham MedicIneCo. (confidential) Lyim,Ma88., for ad vice. Tour letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman, and held in strict confidence. . ; AW ' I'S 4? r :;! Teachers' Meeting at Memphis. The West Tennessee Teachers' Asso ciation meets in Memphis Mar. 2C, 27 and 23, 1914. I urge all teachers to attend that can possibly do so. It will be worth while, I am sure. You can leave Gibbs, Hives or Obion Thursday afternoon and reach Memphis in time for the opening of the program that night; or you can leave on the fast tram Friday morning and get there in time for the program Friday. There has been no notice of reduced railroad rates, but when you purchase your ticket call for a receipt or certifi cate and this may entitle you to a re duction on the return ticket. Yours very truly, ' ; C. L. Ridings. Will make the season of 1914 at the FAIR GROUNDS in Union City, Tenn. at $15.00 each, per mare, TO INSURE WITH FOAL. Where one man owns and and breeds three or more mares to any of my stock during the season, the fee for each mare will be $12.50 TO INSURE WITH FOAL, all money to become due and payable when mares are ascertained to be with foal or are sold or traded. Every possible precaution taken to prevent accidents, but will not be responsible should any occur. . BREEDING OF JACKS GREY EAGLE was sired by King Cyrus, he by Kittrell's King Cyrus, be by Warrior, he by King Maringo's Mammoth. First dam by Covington's Jumbo, second dam by Courtner Mammoth, third dam by Imported Paul Murphey. BLUE TOM was sired by Big Alf, he by Big Tom, he by Kirk Campbell, he by Big Kirk. Blue Tom's first dam was by Imported Monarch. ' DON PEDRO was sired by Lofty Prince, Jr he by Lofty Prince, he by Black Satin, he by Wood's Satin. Don Pedro's first dam was by Imported Barcelone. DON JUAN was sired by Lofty Prince, Jr., he by Lofty Prince, he by Black Satin, he by Wood's Satin. Don Juan's first dam was by Imported Cyclone. Breeding' of Trotting' Stallion BEN SENLIS was sired by Senlis, he by Sentinel Wilkes, he by George Weeks and he by Hambletonian 10. First dam Miss Elect Clay, second dam Silk Stockings, third dam Misa Echo, fourth dam by McCurdy's Hambletonian. These Jacks and Stallion are highly bred, Middle Tennessee stock, are the right ages and are without blemishes or defects of any kind. Strictly first-class in every respect "and. sure foal getters. When you breed, why not breed to the best It will pay you so to do. Will be glad for you to come to the Fair Grounds and see the stock before breeding your mares. Courteous treatment guaranteed to all. For any special information or arrangements, tele phone No. 599. Yours very truly, BOONE D. COULTER. Us) An Eight -'Year Competitive Test Christian Endeavor. Christian Endeavor met last Sunday evening at 6i45 iu the C. P, Church. We had a good attendance and a fine meeting. May we extend to each of the young people a hearty invitation to come and bfr with us iu our meetings. Wc especially say to every visitor there last Sunday night, "We are glad you came, and want you to come often." Where are we, members? Let's don't forget our place, Sunday eveuiug at 6:45. Health pnd Beauty Hints. 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