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If you want the BEST suit $15.00 will buy,
Ask us to show you1 ' Sullivan Bros.' $15.00 Special They are made of ali wool fabrics. In fact, they look more like " ' $30.00 suits. We sell for cash and are content with a small profit. 0 'if I- , M . ?15" III m 0 r ' RIVES, mp. ana Mrs. Harry Atkins and little Mrs. Vesta Long and eon, Joe Brien uauguter, iieoecca, of Lnion City, were of Jackson, were the Tuesday puests of guests or Mr. Atkms' parents, Mr, and Miss Ola Petty, Mrs. J. xu. Atkins, feunday. The stork, a universal bird of pas master .cawm 1'ierce, of Humboldt, sage, a few days past left a dainty is visiting Ins grandparents, Mr. and daughter with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mar Mrs. Henry Watts. jlin. Miss Irene Bogle returned last week after 3everal weeks' visit with her broth er, Attorney Otis Bogle, in Brinkley, Ark. Stillivsnn Bros. Removal Announcement The Farmers Supply Co. INCORPORATED Successors to W. S. Jackson & Son. Announce to their customers and friends the removal of the goods from Southside to the building on the northeast corner of Court Square, where a visit will be appreciated. ' - The new stand will carry large supplies of Groceries of all kinds; Wagons, Buggies, Farm Implements, etc., and guarantee goods of the best quality and lowest prices. Delivery Wagons Union City, Tenn. Telephone 24 Next Door to Court House. HARDY & 6 THE UP-TO-DATE GROCERY EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS PRICES FOR THIS WEEK J. C Meal, i bushel .55c Troy Meal M 50c SOAPS 18 lb. best granulated sugar. .$1.00 100 lbs best 'granulated sugar.. 4.65 FLOUR J. C. Flour $6.10 Sunshine Flour ....... 5.60 Helen of Troy Flour 5.60 24-LB. SACKS J. C. Flour. . , 80c Sunshine Flour. ,75c Helen of Troy Flour .......... 75c CAN GOODS 3 cant com ,,- 25c 3 cans best hominy . .- .25c 3 cans pork and beans ..... ... .25c 3 pounds rice . .25c We thank you for your past trade and will appreciate your business in the future. We guarantee everything we sell, and if anything don't come up all right, call us and we will make it right. We get goods out on time always. Try us next month. We will appreciate it very much indeed.' " Yours to please, All kinds of Toilet Soaps. 6 bars Clairette soap 25c 6 bars Balsam soap. 25c I case B. D. soap $2.20 1 case Clairette soap 3.20 FEED STUFF All kinds of Feed Stuff Bran, Oats, Timothy ank Clover Hay of finest quality, and the prices are the very lowest. , We give more for Country Pro duceButter, Eggs and Chickens, than any one. HARDY & GLASS. DR. JAKE H. PARK' DENTIST CJT;c: Room J, Nailling Building . - TELEPHONE 136 UNION CITY. TENNESSEE Dr. I. Glosson VETERINARIAN Phone 12 Union City, Tennessee H. P. TAYLOR Architect and Builder House Plans, Specification and Estimates Scientifically Adjusted Office1 Room 15, Nailliug Building IIAILLIIiG HOSPITAL A Modern Surgical Institution Graduate nurses in attendance, i Rates reasonable. Dr. W. A. Nailimg, Surgeon Mrs. L. E. Rodecker, Supt Phone 41. UNION CITY. TENN. Miss Elizabeth Clioate is visiting rela lives in Graves County, Ky. Mesdames Clias. Bell and Lina House of Number Seven , were in town Mod Miss Moselle Wade has returned from day shopping. . . . . - i iairo, wuere sue spent several days the Mesdames W. V. Carter and Tom guest of Mrs. J. A. Beadles. Starnes were amonsr scores of others in C. A. Ramsey was a business visitor town Monday for the semi-annual "rae in Irenton Monday. sale" at Harper & Shore's dry goods iJorn to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Arnold last emporium. friuay, a nne girl. Miss Missie Harris is in Fulton for a Mr. Henry Fullerton was a visitor in few days' visit with relatives. Union City Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Ernest Shropshire attended to Mr. (jranville Fhillips, of Rives, was business affairs in Martin Wednesday. a visitor in Kenton Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Knox Harper visited in Mrs. Luther Kerr is on the sick list Union City Tuesday. this week. Mrs. David Clem hev. and Mrs. Matins were in Hum- of Obion, are mid-week guests of Mrs boldt Sunday to attend the funeral of W. L. Clemmons. Bro. Mathis' mother. Mrs. Hueb McDonald, nf Ohion wns Mrs. Will Wade is very sick this the guest the first of tho week of her week. , I mother. Mrs. Jane Dickv. who has hnftn Rev. S. L. Noel was a visitor in York- recently very much indisposed. ville this week. Mrs. Fannie Eowe. wa are aorrv to V e are glad to state little M iss Sarah report, is still critically ill. Bogle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clar- Mr. and Mrs. Chas Payne have come ence Bogle, is improving from a severe in from a lengthy visit in St. Louis. attack of bronchial pneumonia. The Sunshine Club met , with Miss Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Floyd, of Obion, Cordie Starnes Tuesday afternoon. This visited their sister, Mrs. L. O. Kerr, is a hew organization of young ladies this week. featuring fancy needlework, esneeiallv Mr. Geo. Freeman was a business vis-1 crochet. itor in Taducah Friday and Saturday. The Harper's Valley school has ad- Mr. Joe Rogers, ot Union City, vis-ljourned until the fall term. The en-' ited his sister, Mrs. W. P. Wade, last rollment throughout the seven months Sunday. I was exceptionally good. Master Oswald Mrs. W. Eugene Wade entertained Brown won the medal in orthography. several couples at rook last Thursday not missing a word during the entire evening in honor of Miss Gladys Blank, school. A. C. Elam, Jr., received the medal of excellence in deportment. O. H. Clemmons haviug resigned, Mr. Henry Tuue has been appointed road commissioner of this district. , Rev. Cason. of Obion, will oreach at the Methodist Church Sabbath morn of Trezevant. Mr. Jim Jones and Miss Lorine Dick son, ol Rutherford, were the guests of Mrs. C. O. Ramef Monday. Miss Ruby Watts entertained several oi ner menus Jast inursday evening Those of Middle Age Especially. When you have found no remedy for the horrors that onoress vou during rhano-A nf lifW wlpn tKmuaK ir hours of the day it seems as though your back would break, when your head aches constantly, you are nervous, de pressed and suffer from those dreadful bearing down pains, don't forget that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the safest and surest remedy, and has carried hundreds of women safely through this critical period. Read what these three women say : From Mrs. Hornung, Buffalo, N. Y. Buffalo, K Y. "I am writing; to let you know how much your medicine has done for me. I failed terribly during the last winter and summer and every one remarked about my appearance. I suf fered from a female trouble and always had pains in myback.no appetite and at times was very weak. , 44 1 was visiting at a friend's house one day and she thought I needed lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I took it and have gained eight pounds, have a good appetite and am feeling better every day. Everybody i8 asking me what I am doing and I recommend Lydia E. Ilnkham's Vegetable Compound. You may publish this letter if you wish and I hope others who have the same complaint will see it and get health from your medicine as I did." Mrs. A. IIoknung. 01 fctfantou St, Buffalo, N. Y. Was A Blessing To This Woman. So. Richmond, Va. b I was troubled with a bearing down pain and a female weakness and could not stand long on my feet. Of all tho medicines I took nothing helped me like Lydia E. Ilnkham's Vege table Compound. I am now regular and am getting along fino. I tfannot praise the Compound too much. It has been a blessing to mo nd I hone it will lie to other women." Mrs. D. Tyler, 23 West CUgpton St, South Richmond, Va. Pains in Side, Could Hardly Stand. Im, "Wis. "I was in a bad condition, suffering from a female trouble, and I had such pains in my sides I could hardly move. JJo Spre I had taken the whole of one bottle of Lydia E. Hrikham's Veg etable Compound 1 felt better, and now I am well and can do a rood flay's work. I tell everylwxly what your medicine has done for iue." M.rs. John Thompson, Lodi, Wisconsin. witn rook. , uijr Miss Tillie Beadles left last Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Bumey Roan, of Nuio morning for Otolona, Miss., where she ber Ten, wore guests Sabbath of Mr will visit ber sister, Mrs. Jim Capps. . and Mrs. Holland Bittick Last Saturday morniug at 6 o'clock , A recent count of tbe enrollment of the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A, our school shows one hundred and fifty L. Hurt died at only about two weeks in attendance old. Funeral services were conducted Messrs. II. A. Vann and Choate are at the residence by Rev. E, M. Mathis, in Mayfield attending to rtal estate af after which the little bodv was laid to fairs. rest in Sunnyside Cemetery. Mrs. Ed Kirkland, of Union dity, Elder J. W. Dunn will preach at the and Mrs. Harry Webster, of Moffatt, school building Sunday at 11 o'clock in are here with their aunt, Mrs. Lowe. ilia m l .11 1' .1 nnrl O . . .1.. .. I " " ... .. . . a pain in me siueor DacK mac catcnes All are cordially invited. vou wi.en vou g,rajhten ur) cais for - Miss Eunice Cantrell has been real rubbing application of BALLARD'S sick this week, but we are clad to state SNOW LINIMENT. It relaxes the w i is improving. Mr. P. H. Keathley is very sick w ith for 30 years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has been the standard remedy for fe male ills. No one Bick with woman's ailments does justice to herself if she does not try this fa mous medicine made from roots and herbs. It has restored so many suffering women to health. P"Write to LYDIA E.PINKIIAH MEDICINE CO. iff (CONFIDENTIAL) LYNN, MASS., for advice. Your letter will be opened, read and answered bv a woman and held in strict conlldcnce. fpl la grippe this week. Try the Chocolate Fudge Kirkland 's. contracted muscles and permits ordi nary bodily motion without suffering or inconvenience, i'rice zoc, 50c and $ 1.00 per bottle. Sold by Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store. advt FREMONT. Mr. VVill Pool is Bick with la grippe. Rev. Madison Kendall, of Martin, I will preach at Antioch next Sunday. Several from here attended the Will Wright sale near State Line Tuesday. Smoke "MASK ETTE ' ' 5c. TROY. L. C. Taylor was in Hickman Friday. J. L. Peery, of Polk," was here Tues day. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. King visited in Lee Covington and family have moved Union City Monday. out near Woodland on the Fergusoo Mrs. Ed Thomas is here from Wash farm, ington with relatives. Mrs. Alfus Cravens, and Miss Kate Dr. J. F. McMichael, of Union City, Cunningham are spending several days paid Troy a professional visit Monday, this week with Mr. and Mrs. Edgaf W. A. Ledbetter, of Albany, Oregon, Nichols at Obion. . is here this week grafting English wal- W. A.Cravens attended Presbytery a t nuts'with our black walnuts. Newbern last week. A meeting will be held here Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kersey, of Union afternoon to organize the new canning City, paid a recent visit to Mr. and Mrs. factory and all interested are invited to Jim Kersey. be present. Miss Lelia Reeves closes her second Troy is billed for two shows, "The term of school here next Friday. Miss Cheerful Liar," by home talent Friday Reevs has taught a fine school and tbe night, April 3, "The Girl and tbe board of directors has employed her to teach the next school. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Howard, of CreS' cent, were the guests at the home of Mr. Charlie Caldwell last Friday night. Quite a number attended an old-tjme log rolling at J. I. Caldwell's home Tuesday and enjoyed the big dinner that always follows such an occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Park spent the day last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jake Caldwell near Union City. Misses Luna and Aza Lee Ray enter tained quite a number of their friends at a rook party last Saturday night. Mrs. Lizzie Killion, -of Union City, spent several days near here last week at the home of Mr. Cliff Wall. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Prevoe, of Hick man, have moved here on Mr. Sam Cherry's farror where they will live this year- , Violet, Oor Policy: Highest Quality Lowest Expenses Lowest Prices Nothing Lost on Accounts. Don't pay for delivering other people's goods. Get Prices. Cash vStore Co. F. S. WHITE, Proprietor. Farmers and others who live at a dis tance from a drug store should keen ia the house a bottle of BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It may be need ed at any time for cuts, wounds, sores. sprains or rheumatism. It is a power ful healing nd penetrating! remedy. Price 25c, 50c and ?1.00 per buttle. Sold by Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store, advt Tramp," Friday night, March 27. This is a road show and comes well recom mended. ' ' .. .' SERIOUS CATARRH YIELDS TO HYOMEI Vou Breathe It Be wise in time and use Hyomei at the first symptom of catarrh, such as frequent head colds, constant snililing, raising of mucous, or droppings in the throat. Do not let the disease become deep-seated and you are'in danger of a serious if not fUl ailment. There is no other treatment for ca tarrh, bad colds, etc., like tbe Hyomei method, none just as good, so easy and pleasant to use, or that gives such quick, sure and lasting reliei. lou breathe it no stomach dooing. Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store will refund your money if you are not benefited. Try Hyomei at once and see how quickly it clears the head, stops the sniffling, and banishes catarrh. Hyo mei helps you to enjoy good health. All druggists sell it. Ask for the com plete outfit $1.00. advt r-MASnC A Lesson ia Ileal Economy Take two houses both alike Spend about $50 to MASTIC-PAINT one Let th6 other go urfpainted Offer them both for sale You'll wonder why the unpainted house finds no buyer at even $500 less than the MASTIC-PAINTED house will bring. At the beginning both, houses represented equal value. The Lessen : A few gallons of MASTIC PAINT properly applied at tho right time greatly increases the value of your property. Your building needs painting Right Now, but don't use keg lead or hand-mixed paints. It may be cheaper at the start, but is costly and unsatisfactory in the end. For Real Economy use MASTIC PAINT More lhan Forty ytarjt 1h Standard of Bjcctttence T-T R FT FT teuti,"'uV illustrated book "Home and How to " Iv J Hi Paint Them" nd color chart showing 43 different color mm m combinations. Visit this store and let us tell YOU all about the merits of MASTIC PAINT. ; Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. . Union City, Tenn. ' r IVf'l" CA KM That Ltuu" " Insolvent Notice. Having suggested the Insolvency of the estate of II. A. Wise, deceased, to the County Court of Obion County, Ten nessee, all persons having claims HgaioHt sid e.tate are hereby notified to file the same with the County Court Clerk of Obion County, Tennessee, duly authen ticated in a manner prescribed by law on or before the first day of July. 1'JM. or tbe same will be forever barred h,i in law and in equity. This March 11, Idli. 50 It .r J. II. W'iMii, Adniintsliator.