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MEDICAL ASSOCIATION rrr i They feel like new shoes till the end. They feel like old shoes from the start. Both these marvels result from the wonderful flexi bility of the soles of Queen Quality Shoes. A million women wear them. Prices range from $3.50 to $5.00 Special values in Women's low cut shoes in .button, strap and pump styles, gun metal, tan, patent and white, at n 32.50 All sizes and styles and all guaranteed. ICprrect Shape A Satisfied Customer is a Lasting Advertisement That is why we tell and . t recommend ICorrcct Shape Shoes Tbey are maile to fit the feet ai well ai the pocket book, with all the atyle and workmanship of a custom shoe at half the price. Made in all style. W Own Our Tanneries We It New Oak ole Lcitaer taf ear cicluiit. ate, an im it in eery pair a thoei we nanultclare. Inic al eaeaing ike nbtet, a in ata'inai aaie teathar, ana ftllinc ike tealker wild uaatancai which ar 5imell le it weai an4 cant it 10 aaiil, tatosk moiimte. we knit Ik (kre Mia ctaaelr, amil loreif. aiaiier, an auk out Oik Sola Leather arac- Ucallr a)Wa' wear atooi. art Packard Co. Makar 1 PAW V U.S. A. SOLO 8V w. lifptt 09 Annual Meeting in Union City May 14 and 15. Large Delegation and Important Addresses. FIRST DAY MORNING SESSION. Nine o'clock promptly. Call to order by Chairman Committee of Arrangement. Invocation ...... - -Rev. W. V. Armstrong Welcome address J -Mayor T. R. Reynolds Welcome address. ...... Dr. Chas. W. Miles Response .. President or whoever he may elect Report of Committee of Arrangements. President Carroll takes the Chair. Appointment of Committees. Registrati6n of Members. 1. Cause and Diagnosis of Typhoid Fever.......... H. W. Quails 2. Treatment of Typhoid Fever 1). M. Fearce Joint Discussion W.W. Holland, T. N. Cochran, J. D. Hopper, E. H.White. 8. Milk 8ickness - .....liar Glover Discussion D. A. Walker, I. N. Rawls. , , 4. Reports of Cases... - M. A. Blanton, F. W. Watson General Dcusioii. 5. Alcohol in Medicine - - H. C. Sanders ' ' Discussion L. A. Yarbrough, I. A, McSwain. . ... W. B. Russell Special May Sale of Ladies' Coat Suits We have about fifty fine Suits left and have marked them for quick selling: All $18.50, $20.00 and $22.50 Suits Marked down to 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Appendicitis ...... .- Discussion J. H. Carter, J. H. Blackmon. Adjournment to 2 p. m. FIRST DAY AFTERNOON. Two o'clock promptly. The Laboratory as an aid to Diagnosis . 1 . Pain as a Manifestation in its bearing on Surgical Diagnosis.. Diagnosis of Gastric Diseases.... j ' W Diagnosis and Treatment of Diseases of Stomach.. ....... B. ..W. T. Fitts B. F. Turner S. Lawrence W. Fontaine ne suits Discussion Frank Jones, Wm. Litterer, Newton Evans, Wm. Krauss, x. ' B. G. Henning. . 11. Sealvarsauized Serum in Treatment of Locomotor Ataxia.... Win. Litterer Discussion B. F. Turner, J. C. Paris, J. B. McElroy, L. B. Burch. 12. Spinal Anesthesia. ; -L. P. Burch, John Overton Discussion J. A. Crisler, R. A. Barr. 13. Jacksouian Epilepsy Relieved by Operation. .0. b. McCown, W.G. Somerville Discussion B. F. Turner, S. T. Rucker, W. D. Haggard. . ; 14. Ovarian Cysts, Operation for Frank I). Smythe Discussion R. A. Barr, E. J. Johnson. . Adjournment to S p. m. ..' . f Auto Ride 5:30 p. m. Banquet at 6:30 FIRST DAY EVENING SESSION. Eight o'clock. . President's Annual Address, Subject, Relation of the General Practitioner to the Specialist'.'. . J. R. Carroll, President 15. Goiter... . Robert Mann 16. Colossal Goiters - W. D. Haggard Discussion J. A. Crisley, L. P. Burch. , 17. Carcinoma of Female Breast. .............. ..Ambrose McCoy 18. Carcinoma of Breast -- -- -Nevrtoh Evans 19. The Cancer Problem..- .......Max Goltman Joint Discussion F. D. Smythe, R. A. Barr. E. M. Holder, W. D. Haggard 20. Cystitis, A Proper Appreciation or.... .ferry Uroniberg 21. Pyelitis. . J. J.Culliugs Prostatic Hypertrophy Adjournment to 9 a. ru. to-morrow H. M. Tigert 24. 6. 7. :S.' 29. 30. 31. J3. 44. 35. SC. 38. 39. 40. 41. 43. 44. 45. 46. SECOND DAY MORNING SESSION. . Nine o'clock. Auto-Infection....- - W. O. Baird Tral Tnfwtion - -" E. M, Sanders the Hand-.. W. S. Anderson Joint Discussion Wm. Litterer, Win. Krauss, Louis LeRoy, N. Evans. Pus Tubes and Felvic Abscess :.. W. F. Clary Peri-Colic Membranes . W,T. Black Surgical Cases of Tuberculosis . J. H. Carter Intestinal Obstruction from a Surgical Standpoint E. M. Holder Discussion by Abdominal Surgeons Present. . , Adjournnient'to 2 p. m. SECONit DAY-AFTERNOON SESSION. Two o'clock. Artificial FtfPilillflr of Infants ' .......Herman Hawkins Discussion D. M. Fearce, B. W. Fontaine. . ' School Hveiene '-D. L. Flannery V Disctissiou H. Hawkins, B. F. Turner, A rnnor ant I tjpnnrt iJ Cases . .. ..... ..Battle Malone General Discussion. Opthalmia Neonatorum . J. D. Carlton Removal of Foreign Bodies from the yer . T- 3. D. Herron Earache. . .. J. F. Hill Follicular Tonsilitis - .. I- -W. F. Roberts Removal of Faucial Tonsils ... . -A. B. Dancey Deafness as a Sequel to Meningitis. O. Dulaney, E. L. Wijkins The Nasal Sinuses, Stereopticon Illustrations.-. W. L. Simpson A,lnni,u F. J. O'Connor Annual Election of Officers and Selecting Place for Next Meeting. Adjournment to 8 p. in. . SECOND DAY EVENING' SESSION. . Eight o'clock. Meningitis - -- -- . General Discussion by Physicians ot Dyer County. Treatment of Club Foot. - ... -Willi Campbell .Discussion by Ortho-Pedic Surgeons. ; " The Use and Abuse of Obstetric Forceps -.-J. L. Andrews Thirty-three4 Years of Obstetric Practice.. - 3- Stinson General Discussion. Fermoiy Herniotomy Stereopticon Illustrations.... Willis Young Umbilical Hernia, Operation for.. -F- W- Watson General Discussion. . Voluntary Papers, or Those Not on Program. Reports of Cases and Clinics. Adjournment. , ; R Carroll, President, Henderson, lenn .J. L. Smith I. Oflicers of. tbe Association: J Rawls, Vice President, Dyersburg, Tenn.; O. 8. McCowu, Vice President, Memphis, Tenn.; I, A. McSwain, Secretary-Treasurer, lans, jenn. Committee of Arrangements: The Physicians of Obion County Medical Society, M. A. Blanton, 'Union City, Chairman.. Dr. Olin West is expected to deliver an address on the tvenmgoi me nrsi uay. Dr. .1. A. Witherspoon is expi-ctod to deliver an ad Ire time during the meeting. . !"! M M aaa. IJfca if . W lill All nr r m. r t 1 r . I in ,uu, z.5u ana u.uu ouits Marked down to ' 18.75 tome early and get choice of these h Hay 1st, 1914! j Williams-Foristcr. Mr. Don Williams and Miss Ella Rhea Forister were married Sunday evening at 7:30 at the home of the bride's parents in Obion, Rev. C. C. Brown performing the ceremony. . Mr. Williams, whose home is at Jack son, Tenn., holds a responsible position with the Southern Engine and Boiler Works, and Miss Williams is the attrac tive and popular daughterof Mr. and Mr., and Mrs. G. W. Forister, of Obion. Birthday Dinner. J. R. Whitley, one of the pioneer citizens of the county and a man of ven erable character, with friends by the score, was the honoree of a birthday dinner last Monday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Dave Gordon, three miles east of Union City. Mr. Whitley was 85 years of age, hale and hearty and in fine spirits. A beautiful country dinner was enjoyed by members of the family and friends, as follows: Mrs. Wm. Verhine and sod, Mrs. Nola Payne and daughter, Mrs. Joe Hickman and son, Mr. Charley Hickman, Mr. Jim Gordon and family, Mr. Duff Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gordon and Rev. A, C. Moorev Services were held in tbe after noon, conducted by Rev. Moore. This was planned to take place in a grove nearby, but was abandoned on account of the rain. The day'l pleasures were delightful and very highly treasured by the aged citizen. ' Easter Cantata. The chbir of the M. E. Church have been requested to repeat their. Easter Cantata on next Sunday night at the M. E. Church at 7:45. The public invited. Training School Gets Third Honors. The Training School was given third place in the oratorical and Held meet at Jackson.- Fletcher Tucker won third prize in the oratorical contest. Union City was well represented there by judges as well as contestants. Of four judges nominated by the Training School three were elected Mr. Geo. Gibbs, Jr., in oratory, Mr. C. L. Ridings on spelling and Miss Beulah Allen on instrumental and vocal music. Miller Everett won a $3 first baseman's glove in the high jump. Turney Fowler won third place in the hurdle race. The meet was tlie greatest ever held in this part of tho State. Fred Key left yesterday to con test for the Vanderbilt medal at Van derbilt to-day, Friday, May S. Entertained. Miss Portia Rogers entertained yester day afternoon in honor of Miss Louino White, who leaves this week for a visit to Denver," Colo. Order the refreshments for your en tertainment from H. M. DeGraffcnreid. phone 100. Ice cream, sherbet, punch, (bowl ladle, and glasses furnished) and dainty cake specialties. I am equipped to furnish your wants, and guarantee satisfaction. Overland Model 79 Tfie Saxon Roadster at $395, the classiest little car on the market. Maxwells. This popular car is ma3e in three styles this year the 25-4 at $750 in the 5-passenger; at $725 in the roadster; the 35-4 at $1 ,085, in 5-passenger with electric starter and lights; the 50-6 at $1,975. You will make a mistake if you buy without seeing this car demon strated. It is a real automobile with plenty of power and comfort A real hill climber. Overland, a car in a class by itself. You will find a surprise awaiting you if you will com pare the specifications of cars that sell for much higher prices with those of the Overland. With electric lights and storage battery, $950; with electric starter and lights, $1,075. Jeffrey Four, $1,550; Jeffrey Six, $2,250. Both equipped with electric lights and starter. pressure feed gasoline tank, tire pump on engine. The acme of luxury and comfort. Don't fail to see them. ' Call us for a demonstration of any of these cars. C. M. ZWINGLE, Phone 676 Union City Agency V. C. REYNOLDS. Phone 134 Or ALCOTTS GARAGE or DR. I. H. READ, Fulton, Ky.