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even the most discriminating, is this
dressy, "tape-edged" Sack. The binding
along the edges, cuffs and pocket-flaps
of this model, help to accentuate its
swervingly graceful lines. Note the form
fitting waist, the bulging chest and the
delicate cutaway curve. It's one of the
"aristocratic types so common among
Kahn Tailored Clothes
ir i" M a mm
9V XO $4i (!
Here in this shop we affer a "variance"
of made-to-measure suits and overcoats,
styled up to the last "clock-tick" and
"price-shorn" of all middlemen's profits.
Drop in and look over our Fall Line. See the new Shirts,
Ties, etc. Shoes for everybody.
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KENTON. .
Mr. and Mrs. II, P. Gray returned
Monday from a month's visit with their
son, Mr. M. Gray, id Kansas City.
Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Griffin, of Tipton-
ville; were the guests of Mr. and Mrs
C. T. Arnold this week.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. E.' Atkins
Friday, a fine girl.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wade and daugh
terj.Misa Moselle, spent Sunday with
relatives 10 Trenton.
Miss Kathleen Blair returned to her
home in Gibson Saturday, after a week's
visit with her sister, Mrs. . M. Mathis.
Mrs. Knox Harper and children, of
Rives, were weak-end visitors here.
Rev. and Mrs. Gentry Reynolds vis
ited their daughter, Mrs'. Knox Harper,
in. Rives this week.
Mr. aud Mrs. Lebron Clements, of
Jvives, visited relatives in Kenton the
first of the week.
Miss Lucile Muse, of Jackson, was
the guest of Miss Ruby Skiles last week.
Mrs. Grace Sollomon, of Trenton,
visited her sister, Mrs. E. M. Mathis,
the latter part of last week.
Mrs. Mary Watts is visiting relatives
in Jackson ihiu ";.
Misses Lucy White and Irene Adams,
of Gleason, are visiting the former's
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E.Warren.
Mrs. R. F. Postum and children, of
Murray City, were the Sunday guests of
Mrs. Henry Watts.
Mr, and Mrs. Phil Hyman and fam
ily, of Union City, were visitors'in Ken
ton Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Holmes and fam
ily and Mrs. J. H. White were in Dyers-
burg Sunday.
Miss Ora Nichols was a visitor in
Union City this week.
Mrs. C. Bogle has returned from a
week '8 visit with relatives in St. Louis.
Miss Brownie Durdin, of Camden, is
spending the week with her sister, Mrs.
A. R. Townsend. "
Mr. Tom Beadles, of Berkley, Ky.,
visited his mother, Mrs. Jennie Beadles,
Thursday. '
Engraved visiting cards Dietzel.
SALEM.
Mrs. Jake Parks, of Union City, spent
one day last week with Mr. and Mrs. J.
I. Isfaell,
Mrs. J. 0. Preuett has returned home
after a few weeks stay at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Preuett near Water
Valley, Ky.
Miss Mary Emma Glover is spending
few days at the home of her grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Garrigan.
Mrs. Adron Houser is on the sick list.
Miss Clara Luton spent a few days
last week in Jackson.
Mrs. T. E. Reaves spent a few days
last week with relatives near here.
ilisse; Mania and Jessie Corum, of
Beulah vicinity, spent Sunday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Luton and
family. ,
Mr. Hughey Preuett and sister spent
Saturday night with relatives near here.
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Harris and fami
ly, of near Fulton, spent Sunday here
with relatives. Rosebud.
All kinds of coal at Union City Ice &
Coal Co.
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Is it possible there is a woman in this country who con
tinues to suffer without giving Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound a trial after all the evidence that is con
tinually being published, which proves beyond contradic
tion that this grand old medicine has relieved more suffer
ing among women than any other one medicine in the world ?
We have published in the newspapers of the United States
more genuine testimonial letters than have ever been pub
lished in the interest of any other medicine' for women--and
every year we publish many new testimonials, all gen
uine and true. Here are three never before published :
From Mrs. S. T. Richmond, Providence, R.
Providence, It. I. M For the benefit of women who suffer as t Thave
done I wish to state what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
has done for me. I did some heavy lifting and the doctot said it
caused a displacement. I have always been weak and I overworked
after my baby was born and inflammation set in, then Nervous pros
tration, from which I did not recover until I had taken Lydia & Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound. The Compound is my best friend and
when I hear of a woman with troubles like mine I try to induce her
to take your medicine." Mrs. S. T. Richmond, 199 Waldo Street,
Providence, It. I. ' .
A Minister's Wife Writes:
Cloqukt, Minn. "I have suffered very much with irregularities,
pain and inflammation, but your wonderful medicine, Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound, has made me well and I can rerommend
the same to all that are troubled with thefe complaints.'' Mrs. Jen.
nib Akerman, co liev. K. Akerman, Cloquet, Minnesota.
From Mrs, J. D. Murdoch, Quincy, Mass.
South Quinct, Mass. The doctor said that I had organic troublo
and he doctored me for a long time and I did not get any Telief. I
saw Jyaia llnkham's vegetable Uompouna ad
vertised and I tried it and found relief before I bad Sljv fi
nnisnea me nrst Dottle, i continued taxing it au
through middle life and am now a strong, healthy
woman and earn my own living." Mrs. Jane D.
Murdoch, 25 Gordon St, South. Quincy, Mass.
r THte to LIBIA RPmnUM MEDICINE CO.
I W (CONFIDENTIAL) LYNN,MASS..foradvice.
Your letter will be opened, read and answered
by a woman and held In strict confidence.
tvCAi i Nik MA fcP"
RIVES.
Frof. and Mrs. S. B. Hays were busi
ness visitors to Union City Saturday.
Henry O. Head was in town Saturday
evening to meet bis guest, Gov. JJen
Hooper, of Nashville.
Caesar Falmer, of Number Thirteen,
spent lit) week-end with relatives south
of town.
Hon. T. J. BoDner lias been out on
an itinerary of the nearby Masonic
lodges.
E. T. Mitchell has come in from a
business trip to St. Jouis.
Little Jdiss JSJaym Uryson. of Luion
City, was down the past week, guest of
her brothers, Messrs. Clarence and Earl
Brysou.
Mrs. McAdoo Harris and Miss Missie
Harris were business visitors to Union
City Monday.
Miss Jessie Callicott is spending a few
days in Martin, guest of Mrs. Bowden
. The stork passed through here Mon
day niorniug, leaving an infant daugh
ter with Mr. and Mrs. Will Klenke in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Si Pruefr who
are parents of Mrs. klenke.
Mrs. Gilreath, State organizer and
lecturer of the W. C. T. U., comes in
from Humboldt Tuesday and will give
a lecture Tuesday at 7 p. m. at the M.
E. Church. Come.
Rev. E. P. Lindsay, of Memphis, is
here for the Harper-Weir wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. Holland Bittick, Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs.
W. V. Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Warren, Mr. and Mrs. James Scoggios
and Mr. and Mrs. J. to. Bean were in
Union City Monday for the speaking.
Mesdames Dell and Knox Harper,
Gus Callicott and T. A. Cummings vis
ited in the county site the first of the
week.
Kev. W. 0. Weir and wife are away
on a bridal tour to King's Mountain in
North Carolina. The good wishes of
this community are with Mr. and Mrs.
Weir. We are glad that on their re
turn tbey will take up residence in our
midst.
Messrs. T. C. Callicott, of Pleasant
Hill, and T. A. Cummings, of this con
gregation, will attend Synod in Milan
next week. These gentlemen go as del
egates from their respective churches.
The Missionary Society there will be
represented by Mrs. T. A. Cummings
and Miss Mrlsie Harris.
Friday afternoon of the past week
Mrs. Pybas Sogers entertained for Miss
Bess Harper with a linen shower. It
was a gala crowd of friends, for Miss
Harper is a favorite here and much in
terest is shown in her marriage. The
guest of honor was escorted to a seat of
beribboned adornment, all white. After
the shower of beautiful white linens,
rook was played. Refreshments of ices
and angel looa were servea. uut 01
town guests were Mrs. Zella Thompson
and Mrs. Calvin McCaw, of Union City;
Miss Corinne Cotton, of Covington, and
Mrs. Knox Harper.
Probably one of the finest of the new
deep wells is that of Dr: T. P. Callicott.
This well is 137 feet deep and furnishes
water in abundance for all purposes,
The nature of the water, too, is unu
sual for a deep well, being a soft water
with a bluish caste. Our people realize
that pure water, as to health, is three
fourths of the game. Let the good
work continue.
The Woman's Christian Temperance
Union meets Thursday afternoon of the
coming week at the M. E. Church. The
program will be on the Department of
Scientific Temperance Instruction, led
by Mrs. W. L. Clemmons. . The weather
is pleasant now, so that all can attend.
Last month the social with the older
ladies of the community in ths hospita
ble home of Mrs. Laura Hutcherson
was much enjoyed. After the program
refreshments were served and flowers in
abundance were distributed. The only
thing to mar the pleasure of the union J
was the absence of Mrs. Wilford Farris,
superintendent of social and red letter
days. For Several jnoRths Mrs. Farris
has been in tbe sick room. '
A parent-teacher's circle was organ
ized at the schoolhouse Friday after
noon. It is for the mutual co-opera
tion of teachers and parents for the
welfare of the school. The odicers and
committees are as follows: Mrs Roscoe
Kitchell, president Mrs. O. II. Clem
mons, vice president; Mrs. Jno. Houser,
treasurer, and Mrs. Palmer, recording
and corresponding secretary. ' Commit
tee on program are Mesdames Walter
Warren, Leslie Shore and Knox Harper.
On ways and means committee are R.
L. Harper, Mesdames Jerry Spikes, W.
A. McNeill, 8. B. Hays and T. P. Pal
mer. Prof. Hays was appointed a com
mittee of one publicity. All parents
and friends of the school are members.
Dues are five cents per month per school
session. An hour's program will be
given the fourth Friday afternoon of
each month. Remember the date and
come. Specific needs of the school are
a dictionary, an encyclopedia and a
piano. These furnishings will add much
to the High School department when we
occupy the new school building.
Services at Pleasant Valley.
On account of the work on the build
ing not being completed services at
Pleasant Valley have been postponed
until the first 'Sunday in "November.
Rev. A. C. Moore informs us that the
first service in the new church will be
held at that time.
When the chest feels on fire and tbe
throat burns, you have indigestion, and
you need HERBINE to get rid of the
disagreeable feeling. It drives out badly
digested food, strengthens the stomach
and purifies the bowels. Price 50c. Sold
by Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store, advt
FOR SALE. Six fine mules for sale;
5 and 6 years old; weigh from 1,200 to
1,400 pounds; disposition perfect. Can
be seen here Oct. 19 afad 20. -Have been
at work almost every Hay this year.
20-1 1 . e Wi G. Reynolds.
: OBION.
Mrs. Clarence James and daughter.
Miss Grace, were Union City visitors last
Saturday.
Mike Iiipgs and wife, Mrs. A. C.
Davi.i.-on, Gladys Maloney, Clara, Lillie
and .Madge Moultrie, Crawford Walker.
John Pryor, Bob Fox, Jim Mills, Ernest
bnnth, Frank Tope, Don Ledbetter,
laylor Kawdon, Sherman Pruett, Owen
Walker, Oscar Terry, Tpm Edmonson,
Marion Stowers, Reclford White, Collie
Eeed, H. L. Moore, Walter Forester
and Herbert Rawdon were among the
number who attended the W. O. W.
unveiling at Ziou last Suuday.
Mr. Joe Moore left Monday morning
for his heme in lioswell, New Mexico.
Misses Carline Harris and Gladys
rruitt, of near Cloverdale, were the
Sunday guests of T. L. Shults and wife.
Mrs. J. H. Groves, of Dyersburg, was
the guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. F.
Pope, Sunday.
Mrs. B. W. Posey and family left
Tuesday afternoon for Blytheville, Ark,
where they will in the future reside.
Fate Phillips, wife and daughter, of
Polk, were in town Tuesday shopping.
J. H. Head and wife spent Sunday
with relatives in Kives.
Mrs. Eon McCullough and little son,
of Dyersburg, are the guests of J. H.
btarnes and family.
Elder C. C. Brown went to Alamo
Sunday and delivered two excellent ser
mons for the Christian people.
Stop coughing! You rack the lungs
and worry the body. BALL ARDS
HOREHOUND SYRUP checks irrita
tion, heals the lungs and restores com
fortable breathing. Price 25c, 50c and
$1 per bottle. Sold by Oliver's Red
Cross Drug Store. advt
CRYSTAL
Miss Allie Cunningham, who is teach
ing at Antioch, was the guest of Miss
Irma Hudson Sunday.
Rev. W. H. Kuykendall, formerly a
missionary to Old Mexico but now pas
tor of a few churches near Hornbeak,
preached here Sundayj
Does Hillary Howse and Ed Crump
accompany Tom Rye on his political
campaign?
Mr. and Mrs. Todd Thomas were the
guests of Brother Edgar Parks and fam
ily, of Fremont, Sunday,
. Marion Williams was ordained by tbe
General Baptist conference as a preach
er of their faith. Marion is a bright
and intelligent young man and we'are
sure the Gospel he preaches will be so
great and yet so simple that a little
child could understand it.
Robert Switzer, a big hearted and all
'round good fellow, also a prospective
candidate for sheriff four years hence,
x iliis vicinity Saturday nitrht.
Mrs. Atkins Whipple, who bas been
confined toherroomfor several months
to the delight of her many friends, is
able to be up. -
Boys, let me whisper this to you
gently: We rode the goat in tbe W. O
W. camp last Saturday night and he
sure did buck. We have an idea he
was a "Rye" goat.
Heavy rains fell in this section last
Friday, damaging hundreds of bales of
hay and stopping farm work for sev
eral days.
Butler Caldwell, formerly of Fremont
but now of Union City, was in this com'
munity Monday morning.
Land is selling for one hundred dol
lars an acre in this community. Do
vou suppose it will ever sell for two
hundred dollars per acre? '
One of our neighbors went to Hick
man about three weeks ago and moved
a man and family out to work his farm
Last Saturday the man left for other
parts to run some other man's farm,
giving as bis excuse for going that it
was too lonesome out here. We would
Suggest to said neighbor that he build a
trolly line out to his farm or stage W.
I. Swain here once a week, for that is
the only way you can handle these
'"lonesome" fellows.
' lc $3.50 (Tlzjwfz, $3 50 ")?
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Kiri flfew Specials at- :)cli
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New Fall and Winter Shoes
The makers of the famous "Queen Quality'!
Shoes for women usher in the Autumn and
Winter season with new models unsur
passed for style, fit and workmanship.
' Smart original designs with the distinctive
touches that have linked the words "Queen
Quality" with the best in women's footwear
are here in profusion at moderate prices.
It will be a pleasure to show you these
beautiful new styles while our stock is at
its best. Why not see them today?
W. G. CLAGETT CO.
A Fine Horse
Will always bring a fancy price, but be
must be healthy to be fancy. H emust
digest what he eats. B. A. Thomas'
Stock Remedy is guaranteed to keep
him healthy try it once. You will
always use it. Guaranteed by Frank
C. Web man.' ' advt
Big Meeting in Union City.
We are authorized to announce, that
Eider E. A. Elam, of Lebanon, Tenn.,
will hold a protracted meeting at the
Exchange Street Christian Church, be
ginning on the fourth Sunday in Octo
ber. Elder Elam is known as one of
the ablest men in the church and the
public is cordially invited to hear him.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, j M
Lucas County, )
Frank J. Cheney mnkes oath that he in ienior
partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing
business in the City of Toledo. County and State
aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sura of
ONE HUNDRED DOIXAR3 for each and every
case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use
of HAUS CATARRH CURE.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my pres
ence, this 6th day of December. A. D. 1886.
(Seal) A. W. GM5ASON.
Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and
acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system. Send for testimonials free.
F. J. CHENEY ft CO.. Toledo, O.
Sold by all Druggists , 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
We have farms for sale in every sec
tion of Obion County and quite a num
ber of them in the central and western
part of Fulton County. We can suit
you in any price land you want.
Davis & Russell,
Real Estate Agents.
Malaria or GhiNs & Fever
Prescription No. 668 it prepared especially
for MALARIA or CHILLS A. FEVER.
Five or six doses will break any case, and
if taken then a tonic the Fever will not
return. It acta on the liver bettd than
Calomel and doe not tripe or sicken. 25c
Union City. Trnn., Oct. 14th, 1914.
Realizing: that we have no market for cotton, with
a desire to be of help to our customers who raise
cotton, we the undersigned merchants of Union City,
Tenn., agree to take all Staple Seed Cotton delivered
to the Gin in Union City, at two and one-half cents
per pound, payable on your account or in merchan
dise, until further notice. Signed:
Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. Union City Lumber Co.
Farmers Supply Cp. W. M. Turner.
J. A. Coble, Son & Co.
Morgan-Verhine Co.
Corum & Jackson. J
The Toggery.
Sullivan Bros.
Home Furniture Co.
Sam'I D. Woosley.
H. M. Oliver.
F. C. Wehman.
White's. ,
Hardy & Glass.
C. M. Henderson.
J. P. Adams.
Locke F. Alexander.
Phil Hyman.
The Lambert Co.
John O'Donnell.
R. Fi Tisdale & Son.
Ike S. Kirby.
I Fresh Provisions
I and Pure Foods
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That's what you want.
But you do not want them
at combination prices.
We are ready to duplicate
any market handling our
lines. We belong to no
combination.
DELIVERY WAGONS
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Phones 7 and 14
Union City, Tenn.
Honest Work, Courteous Treatment
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And We Will Appreciate
Your Patronage
WHITE WAY BARBER SHOP
OLLIE NICHOLS, Manager

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