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ii My Olio uiisuomers anno nemos; ; 'ew of shoes and clothing and gents furnishings about the 26th of September, in the Nailing building next to Farmers Exchange Bank. And hope to have the pleasure of seeing you in my store and selling you your shoes and clothing I A PARI E li as I have done in the past. Your dollars will go further at Coble's Cash Store than (eVer , before. . . UUULLj Jl i Lf. II. LOCKIIAItT WlXt, BE WITH US TV & HI i Social and Personal Conger-Parker. A quiet wedding took place at the home of Mrs. Mollie Prieto Wednesday evening at 6 o'clock, in which the rites were solemnized uniting Mr. Alvin Con ger and Miss Emma Parker, of Middle Tennessee. The officiating clergyman was Mr. Hudgins. Only a few witnesses were present, of whom were W. E. Con ger, brother of the groom, and W. A. Parker, with Dieted Bros., jewelers, brother of the bride. , ', The bride and groom will be at home at Smithville,Tenn., after a trip to New jfork City aiid Washington. tr Gipsy Tea. , Miss Lydia Stone entertainod on the 12th inst. in honor of Miss Aileen Skip worth, of St. Louis, at her home near the city with a Gipsy tea. Music, games and reading were enjoyed by those present until a late hour. The hall and library were very artistically decorated with pretty autumn flowers, our nation al flower predominating. Misses Vivien White, Katherine Dahnke, Margaret and Louise Pahnke, Roberta Tisdale, Allie B. CampbeH, Messrs. - George Meadow, Melvin Tisdale, Fred Nailliog, Richard Andrews and Cecil Stone. Miss Lydia Stone was assisted by Miss Jessie Stone. Landrum-Dowling. Miss Sudie Dowling surprised her many Humboldt friends by being quiet ly married Tuesday morning in Jackson to Dr. J. W, Landrum, of Mayfield, Ky. The Jackson Sun contains the following account of the wedding: Mies Sudie Dowling, of Humboldt, and Dr. J. W. Landrum, of Mayfield, Ky., were quietly marriod at the par sonage of the First Christian Church at ,10:30 this morning, Dr. Joseph Keevil officiating. , Tne only witness'was Mrs. Dr. Keevil. The marriage was a great surprise' to all tho friends and relatives of the contracting parties, although the attachment of the conple was known, the date having been set for November. Miss Dowling left Humboldt this morn ine for Jackson, en route to Parsons, Tenn., to resume ber duties as music teacher in the Parsons Training School, but was met by Dr. Landrum and the arrangements were made for the wed-dine. The bride is one of Humboldt's most accomplished and attractive ladies, being the daughter of Mrs. D. J. Dowling, of that city. She is the niece of Judge A. W. Stovall and 0. W. Stovall, and sister of Ancil Dowling, all of this city. Dr. Landrum is a prominent dentist of Mayfield, Ky. The couple left on the N., C. A St. L. train at 3:30 p. m. for Nashville, en route to Chattanooga, Asheville and other points East. Humboldt Courier Chronicle. Little Miss Frances Pardue gave a birthday party Tuesday afternoon at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. F. ,W. Pardue, the fourth birthday of the little hostess. A peanut .bunt with games and refreshments were enjoyed. Beautiful LaValliers Dietzel. , W.CT.U. The W. C. T. U. will meet this week at the New Church Chapel on Friday (to-day) at 3 o'clock. This is the last meeting for a term or weeks. Meeting at Salem. Kev. A. C. Moore has closed a good meeting at Salem with a number of con; versions and additions. The minister was assisted by Rev. Walker, of Hick man. ; r ' Hogs Ten Cents. Tfou can't afford to lose them, they are worth too much. You will not loose them if you use B. A. Thomas'TIog Powder according to directions. It is guaranteed to cure sick hogs and keep hwell ones from getting sick. Guaranteed by Frank G. .Wehman. advt p m J Ml u For years we have been stating in the newspapers of the country that a great marly women have escaped serious op erations by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound, and it is true. We are permitted to publish in this announcement -extracts from the letters of five women. All have been recently received unsolicited., Could any evidence be more convincing? 1 "IIododon, Me." I had pains in both sides p,nd such a soreness 1 I could scarcely straighten up at times. My bacK ached and I -was so nervous I could not sleep, and I thought I never would bo any better until I submitted to an operation, but I commenced taking Lydia E. rinkhara's Vegetable Compound and soon felt like a new -woman." Mrs. 11a yward Sowers, llodgdon, Me. 2 Charlotte, N. C "I was in bad health for two years, with pains in both sides and was very nervous. I had a growth which tho doctor said was a tumor, and I never would get well unless I had an operation.. A friend advised me to take Lydia Fink ham's Vegetable Compound, and I gladly say that I am now enjoying fine health." Mrs. Kosa Sims, 10 Winona St., Charlotte, N. C. 3 Hanover, Pa.- "The doctor advised a severe operation, but my husband got mo Lydia E. Ilnkham's Vegetable Compound and I experienced great relief in a short time. Now I feel like a new person amd can do a hard day's wovk and not nund it" Mrs. Ada Wilt, 196 Stock St., Hanover, Pa. ' 4 Decatur, III, "I was sick in bed and three of the best physi- cians said I would have to be taken to the hospital for an oper ation as I had something growing in my left side. I refused to sub 3uit to the operation and took Lydia E. I'mkham's Vegetable Com n,nnd nd It worked a nurse! in my case, and I tell other wmen what it has done for me." Mrs. Laura A, Criswold, 2300 Blk. East William Street, Decatur, I1L 5 Cleveland, Ohio "I was very irregular and for several years my side pained me so that I expected to have to undergo an op- oration. Doctors saw uiey Knew oi uuimuwxai, would help inc. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's V ege table Compound and. I lcamc regular and free from pain. I am thankful for such a good medi cine and will always give it the highest praise. Mrs. C. lLGiUFFn-n, 7305 Madison A v., Cleveland, O. --. wwrlte to I.YMA i'-PIXKHAM MED1CIXE CO. 1 (fONl'I DEMI AX) Li A a .HAiorauvice. Your letter will 1 owntxl, read aul answered fcj a woman ana held in strict confidence, 14 AYSiA ft flfMMiiC (9239) REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE n vm in AT I'XJOS CITY, la the State of Tennessee, County of Obion, at the close of business U . Bept. 12, 1914. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts $216 090.26 Overdrafts, secured and un secured 3,705.26 U. S.Bond to secure circula tion 60,000.00 Banking house, furjiture and Bxtures 7.000.00 Due from National Bunks (not Reserve Agents) $16,906.67 line tmm raw una rnvnir Banks and Bankers, Trust Companies, and Savings Banks 1.159.7S Due from ami roved Reserve Agents in Central Reserve Cities 19.238.73 Checks and othercash items 3.255.83 Notes of other National Banks 1.150.00 Fractional Paper Currency, Nickels, and Cents 1,059.49 Lawful Money Reserve in Bank, viz: Specie 19.582.40 Redemption fund with C 8. Treasurer (5 per cent of circulation) ............... 62.352.92 3.000.00 . Total ......,....,-. $352,14tf.44 ' ' 'liabilities. Capital stock paid in... $60,000.00 Surplus fund..... 15,000.00 Undivided profits, less ex- , . penses and taxes paid ' 11,172.82 National Bank Notes out- . standing 60,000.00 Due to State and Private. Banks and Bankers 6,078.09 Individual deposits subject tocheck 159,893.31 Time certificates of deposit payable within 30 days... 2.450.21 Time certificates of deposit payable aftor 30 days or after notice of 30 days or longer 27,359.73 Cashier's check outstanding 194.28 Bills payable, including obligations representing money borrowed.......... Total 195,975.62 10.000.00 $352,148.44 88- State of Tennessee, ( County of Obion. S I, Hunter Elam, Cashier of the above named bank, do solomnly swear that the above statement is true to.Uie best of my knowledge and belief. Hunter Elam, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 17th day of September, 1914. HL , .Seal. J . C. V. Jones.' : Correct Attest: Notary Public. Jno. T. Walker, 5 I). N. Walker, v v J. L. Fry, Directors, are told. We bad a rain storm Sabbath after noon. There was considerable thunder and lightning. Some two inches of water fell, soon filling up the branches and ditches to overflowing. Rev. W. O. Weir will fill his appoint ments here Sabbath. At the morning service Rev. Weir will discourse on the subject, "The Spirit of God." Delegates report a splendid day Wed nesday of the past week with the Ken ton ladies in a county convention of the Woman's Christian Temporance Union. The program was carried out, with a few additions. Thanks to Mrs. Seid Waddell, of Union City, the quiz de partment was interesting indeed. Ken ton talent enlivened the lengthy ses sicnsTrith ipprcpriuto songs. TLu As sistance in several ways of the gifted lecturer and bible reader, Mrs. Lem Gilreath, made much toward the suc cess of the convention. With regret the resignation of Mrs. T. J. Bonner, president for two years, was accepted. Mrs. Knox Harper was elected presi dent for the county. The noon hour luncheon was bounteously and elegantly appointed. Our delegates will ever re member the true hospitality of Presi dent Pattie Carroll and her coterie, some thirty strong, of white ribboners. By invitation, the next convention a year hence will be in our town. These brief remarks are not intended as a full report of the convention. A special reporter, press superintendent at Ken ton, was' appointed to write up the con vention for our several papers." RIVES. The W. C. T. U. meets Thursday of next week with Mrs. Laura Hutcherson. Time, two o'clock. Mesdames Ed Kirkland, of Union City, and Johnny Head, of Obion, were here for the picnic. Mesdames Jas. McCaw and Overcast were shoppers to Union City Tuesday. W. E. Agnew and W. J. Caldwell are delegates to Presbytery in session at Beech this week. Miss Bess Clements and Ola Tetty were week-end guests of Miss Aletha Bonner. Mr. and Mrs. David Clemmons and children, of Obion, were recent visitors in the home of W. IT. Clemmons. Miss Inez Joyner is spending a few days with friends in Number Seven. ' Miss Hazel Dickey is this week with her aunt, Mrs. Hugh-McDonald, near Obion. Mrs. Cole Harris and children, sum mer guests of Mrs. M. C. Harris, have returned to Paducalv Mrs. Geo. Nolen, of Obion, was here this week, guest of Mrs. E. T. Mitchell. Chester Erwin, of the Virginia' Hotel, Dyersburg, was here for the great com bination picnic Thursday of the local order of the W. O.W. and M.W. A. Miss Missie Harris is visiting in Un ion City, guest of Mrs. Hugh Harris. Carl Conn, of Jackson, was over Thursday. Walter B. Caldwell came in Saturday and will be here only a few days before again matriculating with Vanderbilt for Lite fall session. Kev. Cason, of Obion, very forcibly addressed a large audience last Sabbath morning at the M. E. Churcb from the first verse of the beautiful 23d Psalm. Rev. Cason presents his subjects in such a quiet yet emphatic way that h is friends are many. R. L. Phebus is in St. Louis for a few days replenishing the stock of the de partment store. ' Mr. and Mrs. John renn, en route home from Dawson, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thome. Will Bryan and wife passed through to Union City a few days since from a ten days' visit to friends and relatives in Oklahoma. ..- - Mesdames Dell and Knox Harper and Misses Martha Wade and Glennie Pal mer were in Union City Tuesday shop ping. ... . Mrs. J. D. Palmer and the Misses Palmer, of Number Thirteen, were re cent guests for the day of Mrs. T. P. Palmer. ' Since the 12th inst., Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bryson are entertaining a daugh ter, and one of much beauty too,(we ( Death of Mrs. Flora Curry. Mrs. Flora Curry died at her home in Union City Monday night, Sept. 14, at 11:15 o'clock, aged over, thirty yeara, and the remains were shipped to Ruth erford for interment. Mrs. Curry was reared in this county, the daughter of Geo. Bryant, and resided at Rutherford for some years. She was a member of the Methodist Church and very highly esteemed. Rev. W. W. Armstrong went to Rutherford jto conduct funeral serv ices. Deceased leaves a husband and one child. Death of Clifton Clements. Clifton Franklin Clements, son of J. C. Clements, died at the family home in Waverly and the remains were shipped to Union City on the 11th inst. for burial. Young Clements was ten years of age, and he died on the 10th inst The family resided , formerly in Union City and are very kindly remem bered here. Get watch prices of Dietzel. FOR SALE At a bargain, two first class second-hand surreys. Phone 206. Will trade. Geo. Moody. FOR RENT-r-Two newly furnished rooms on Church street, first door east of the laundry. 25-2tpd. FOR RALE-r-At a low nrice. a seven- eighths karat diamond.specially brilliant blue-white stone. Call this ollice. tf Eyes examined free at youjkhome. Write or phone W. T. Wilkerson; Union City, Tenn., 40-tf WANTED A woman or girl as com panion to elderly lady. Two in family. Call at this office or telephone R. B. Marshall. 1 25-2t WANTED To buy a farm in Obion County. Write or call on us at once. HORNER-TlTTS WORTH LAND & AUCTION Company. 14-tf STRAYED From my home, one Jersey cow and calf and two yearlings one Hereford, the other Jersey. Lib eral reward lor any information. Phone Rives 88-3. 23-tf S. E. Agnew. FOR RENT 300-acre farm three miles west of New Madrid, Mo., above any overflow waters from Mississippi River, to sets of buildings, $5.00 per acre rent. IIokrell JoiiiwX, 25-2t New Madrid, Mo. ARKANSAS li'iD FOR SALE. This is the country for a man with small means to get a borne of his own. Plenty of railroads, good markets and good land that is adapted to most any crop, especially strawberries, and all kind of fruits and vegetables. Well located and healthy. With fine free stock range. For further information write - Dodds & Covey. Uigginson, Ark. 22-4t Real Estate Transfers. W. G. Harris to F. M. Seawright, 100 acres in No. 13, $3,000. D. B. Jackson and wife to D. B. Jack son et al., trustee, one-fourth acre in No. 9, $56.25.- W. S. Cleek and wife to Jas. Ingram and wife, 52 acres in No. 12, $250. Jas. Ingram and wife to Sam Shaw, 122 acres in No. 12, $3,050. Sam Shaw and wife to Mrs. Rebecca Ingram, 122 acres in No. 12, $3,050. J. W. Huey and wife to G. B. Allen, 30 acres in No. 5, $1,050. Mary E. Allen to G. B. Allen 58 acres in No. 9, $G00. Maria Sisson to Mary Hill, lot in No. 16, $350. Mrs. Martha A. Thomas to G. M. Thomas, 76 acres in No. 16, $2,780. W. P, Cruce and wife to W, R. C. Matthews, 49i acres in No. 16, $1,200. C. E. Griffin and wife to W. A. Hutch ens, 941 acres in No. 16, $3,500. A. L. Bradley and wife to F. A. Rob erson, lot in No. 16, $750. Sol ford and wife to G. H. Boyett, 2 acres in No. 10, $350. J. F. Hollomon and wife to Harvey Reeves and wife, 161 acres in No. 8, $10,465. T.. R. Meadow and wife to W. R. Manley, lot in No. 13, $3,200. - - We are TTalRing' $hoes We have just received our line of Fall Shoes and we are now ready to fit you. Gentlemen, Ladies and Children Shoes : SHOES FOR EVERYBODY. Clothes Drop in and look over our line of samples. We have hundreds of samples for you to look over. , - ' We can give you a Made-to-Measure suit one that will fit you Prices $1,5 to Our furnishing" line is complete ' SHIRTS, COLLARS. TIES, UNDERWEAR in fact, anything that you want in the furnishing line. - - - - - Drop in to see us, you will find us always glad to show you, whether you buy or not. . tSJiSa I .IsjBSJES. Qur Butter, Cheese " r and Eggs ' are the kind that makes friends for this grocery. But ter of the real creamery kind, cheese that is full cream and eggs that are really sttictly fresh. Give this department a trial. You will like it we know. Particular people do. The farmers Supply Co. INCORPORATED Successors to W. S. Jackson & Son. Oelivery Wagons Union City, Tenn. Telepte 24 , Next Door to Court House. BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE City and Country Two story, double brick store building Five room brick residence Six room frame residence 12 acres well improved 64 acres well improved We also write all kinds of Insurance and Bonds. Let us show you. e.'&: Black rg'h 'f la new and ,s5isi-iF i f -,ay- itn. -'' U I 1-Jj , I lOpenins White ' Box" Best Coj 10c for the NX j-yiffi ?itog-zrZ EasIcst : '