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New Shoe Repairing Shop
In the new Concrete Block, between Walters' Cafe and Metcalfe's Laun dry, I have opened the Boston Shoe Repairing Shop. Call and see me for first-class work at reasonable prices. Boston Shoe Reppalrlng Shop, 1 i Important Notice. All persons are hereby noti6ed to stay off my premises and farm northeast of Union City, both hunters and others, arjd W parties disregarding this notice will be prosecuted as tresspassers to the full extent of the law. Mrs. Geo. A. Gibbs. Dissolution Notice. The firm of Williams & Adams is this day dissolved by mutual consent, Cbas. Williams retiring from the firm. AH obligations are assumed by Frank W. Adams and all accounts are payable to him. Frank W. Adams. 27-4t Chas. Williams. FOR SALE At a bargain, two first class second-hand surreys. I'hone 206. Will trade. Geo. Moody. FOR SALE At a low price, a seven eightbs karat diamond, specially brilliant blue-white stone. Call this office. tf Eyes examined free at your home. Write or phone W. T. Wilkerson, Union , CityTenn. ' - 40-tf Bad Negro and Big Gun. Dallas Wheat is a negro and be used to work at Dalmke-Walker's mill. Last Sunday morning Dallas was chastizing his wife and was punctuating the thrash ing with blasts from a great big gun. Officer H. Parks heard the shots and proceeded to the Wheat borne to inves tigate. He was met at the gate by the negro and the gun. The negro made ready and in very rough language com manded the officers to stand back. The officer retired," went home, procured a shot gun arid secured the services of H. Dierzel, Jr. Both nen heavily armed returned to the camp of Wheat. He had left his home and was overtaken by the officers near the Dircks lumber mill, and placed under arrest and landed in jail. Monday morning Mayor Rey nolds taxed him $50 and costs for re sisting arrest and then he visited the office of Judge S. R. Bratton, who bound him over to the January grand jury on two distinct counts: $250 for carry ing concealed weapons and $5,000 for attempted assault and resisting ar rest. He failed to make the bond and is in jail i - . We would like to show you any of the farms we have for sale. It costs you nothing whether you buy or not. Davis & Russell, Real Estate Agents. Have your repairing done at Dietzel's, FOR SALE Fine Alfalfa Hay and Red Clover Hay.. FhoneGeo. D. Eader, 57-3. 28-tf. Wood for sale, all kinds, on the Gale farm, adjoining corporation. 26-tf J. L. Clark. FOR RENT Large front upstairs furnished rooms, all . modern convn iiuCve, including furnace heat, with or without board. Apply to Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Jones. " 29-tf AT AUCTION Four good milk cows, 3 Jersey heifers and one red cow, all due to give milk about the first of November. Will sell Saturday, Oct.31, 1914, on the streets of Union City. 29-2t Geo. L. White. J. G. Saunders, Auctioneer. Public Speaking. The Democratic nominees for Sena tor, Floater and County Representative will address the people at the following places on the dates named: Kenton, Saturday, Oct. 17, 1 p.m. gives, Saturday, Oct. 17, 7:30 p.m. bion, Monday, Oct. 19, 1 p.m. Glass, Monday, Oct. 19, 4 p.m. . Elbridge, Monday. Oct. 19, 7:30 p.m! Hornbeak, Tuesday, Oct. 20, 1 p.m. Troy, Tuesday, Oct. 20, 7:30 p.m. Clayton, Wednesday, Oct. 21, 1 p.m. Woodland Mills. Wednesday, Oct. 21, 8:30 p.m. Harris Station, Thursday, Oct. 22, 1 p.m. Fierce Station, Thursday, Oct. 22, 7:30 p.m. McCobnell, Friday, Oct. 23, 7:30 p.m. Fulton, Saturday, Oct. 24, 1 p.m. Everybody invited to hear the politi cal issues of the day discussed. v J. L. Fry, ,Y ' -Chairman County Executive Com. F. J. Smith, Floterial Committeeman. Obion Co. " """ D. P. Caldwell, Senatorial Committeeman, Obion Co. Get More Eggs. You can't unless your chickens are healthy. Use B. A. Thomas' Poultry Remedy. It cures Cholera. It makes bigger chickens, more eggs and insures a good supply of eggs at all seasons of the year. Sold and guaranteed by Frank C. Webman. advt What Every Mother Knows For one thing she knows when boys' lothes are right. Another is the place where she an " find exactly what she wants when she wants it, and at the price she wants she wants to pay. And where everything is up to date and the best, of its kind, it is safe to say she will come again. Because of these things, and the fact that we sell the Ex tragood make, we are enrolling the j mothers of this city i as permanent customers. BOYS XTRAGOOD CLOTHES COME AND' SEE US. , G. Clag'ett Co. Oystsr 1,000,000,000 Gallon Oysters, 3 trains celery, 2 trains that famous Coffee' received daily at IPC I K K L A M D ' S ' - Takhoma package they are cheaper than meat Oysters Stewed Oysters Fried , Oysters Scolloped Oysters Raw Oyster Cock Tail Oysters Chilled Oyster Pie Ladies and Gents you will get some service at Kirkland's and some Class. 1 IRELAND ' S " The State Convention. The recent State Convention of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union, which was the thirty-third session, and which met in the beautiful city of Knox ville, was by far the best convention in this work ever held. All the State officers were present ex cept Mrs. Buquo Clements. Sirs. Clem eDts, whose borne is in Dickson, was at home entertaining a handsome infant son. Though Mrs. Clements filled a very important place and was sorely missed, ber excuse of absence met the approval of the convention body. At the suggestion of Mrs. Grace Wil liams Robins, of McKenzie, a postal card shower was given Master Robert Clements, Jr. So easy to digress, and if anything can more easy than another bring this about it is an infant. Our president, Mrs.'Silena Moore Hol man, though getting up in years and carrying mucn responsibility, was at ber best. We think never was her ex ecutive power more called upon and strongly brought to the front than in this convention. Mrs. Holman has rightly earned her encomium of "The greatest statesman in the Volunteer State." With us from day to day were dis tinguished speakers from other States There was our distinguished and conse crated Mrs. Gilreath, of Georgia. She won the love and admiration of all. Then Mrs. HoIIister, of Illinois, so at tractive in pose and exact in statements, Two days of the convention Mrs. Ellie Boole, State president of New York, was present- Mrs. Booles' sketch of her difficulties in getting out of Italy after war was declared was ludicrous to the extreme, yet in the fact that she with hundreds of others who had al ways traveled first-class finally shipping as steerage passengers the convention was moved to compassion. To get back to temperance themes, Mrs. Boole said never could New York go dry of itself. That the W. C. T. U. and other reform bodies of that State were depending on the amendment for national prohibition, or in other words, for assistance from sister States. Sabbath night Hon.JSeaborn Wright, of Georgia, a speaker of national repu tation addressed the convention. Of all peculiar people, Mr. Wright is most peculiar, tie begins in a quaint and almost too low voice to be heard, in fact so disappointing one wonders how be can be so heralded as a public speak er, .let as be continues it is like a storm in tha distance ihzt gr&dus'!? but Si advances upon you, gathering momen turn until one is overwhelmed. As he handles his subject, which this time was a plea for national prohibition, you hnd yourself on the alert, not as to what be is goiug to say but what be is going to do. Down in a chair he will drop, take an easy pose, converse awhile, jump up, make a rousing peroration etc., until you do not doubt as to why be has considerable mention. The prob able reason of this is that Mr. Wright has for years been in State and Legisla tive halls until he baa acquired this easy pose of addressing an audience. By the way, we mean it appeared natural, easy and restful to him, not to us. , The greater part of the time was taken up by routine work of the delegates, of which there were three hundred present. Distinguished visitors from time to time were introduced and heard in brief remarks, all giving cheer and stating the influence of the Woman s Christian Temperance Union aloug all lines of reform work. Mrs. Crozier French, State suffragist president, spoke briefly, suggesting that as so many bodies, especially the Wom an's Federal Clubs, had come out for suffrage, it seemed an auspicious time for the W. C. T. U. to declare. Our president stated to Mrs. French that though three-fourths of the members were for suffrage, the time was not yet. As to politics, Mrs. Holman instruct ed the delegates that both parties were not on a temperance platform, leaving us no occasion to indulge in partisan favor, v That the Woman'a Christian Temperance Union was not only not in politics but desired the help of all re form bodies for passage of laws for the good of the commonwealth. The larger note in the convention was for an amend ment for national prohibition. By ac clamation Martin wa made the next place of meeting. "Lay the jest about the julep in the camphor-balls at last, For the miracle has happened, and the1 olden days are past! ; That which made Milwaukee famous does not foam in Tennessee, And the lid in old Missouri is as tight-. locked as can be: And the comic-paper Colonel and his . cronies well may sigh, For the mint is waving gaily, and the South is going dry! "By the still-side on the hillside in Kentucky all is still, And the only damp refreshment must be dipt up from the rill. Nawth Ca'lina's stately ruler gives bis soda-glass a shove, And discusses local option with the So'th Ca'lina Guv. It is useless at the fountain to be wink- ful of the eye, For the cocktail glass is dusty, and the South is going dry! "It is 'water, water, everywhere, and not arop to drink!' We no longer hear the music of the mellow crystal clink; When the Colonel, and the Major, and the Gen'ral, and the Jedge Meet to have a little nip, to give their appetites an edge;. For the egg-nog now is nogless, and the rye has gone awry, And the punch-bowl holds carnations, for the South is going dry! 'AU the nightcaps now have tassels, and are worn upon the head! Not the nightcaps that were taken when .. v -... o It! tutoi Mas e.-iirtsm price tha wcrM over.' ; mm I J VJ Xf liiiiWIWIli Come! See the New Styles and the New Quality. This is Style plus Display Week California are STYLEPLUS Merchants from Maine to making a special display of CLOTHES $17 this week. We are the exclusive Styleplus Store here as you, probably know. Take advantage' of the opportunity to examine the famous quality" in this special suit and overcoat selling the world over for only $17. All wool fabrics; hand tailoring ' where it counts the styling of a great fashion artist. All styles including specials for young men. See the big. two page advertisement in the Saturday Evening Post. See our windows. Come and just look. . Sometime you will buy and when you do you will save $3 to $8. PJiorp-Ve rliiiie Comvany nobody went to bed; And the breeze above the blue-grass is as solemn as is death, For it bears no pungent clove-tang on its odontic breath ; And each man cau walk the chalk-line when the stars are in the sk, For the fizz-glass now is fizzless and the South is going dry! Lay the jest about, the julep 'neath the chestnut-tree at last, For there's but one kind of moonshine, and the older days are past. The water-wagon rumbles through the Southland on its trip, And it helps no one to drop off to pick up the driver's whip; For the mint-beds now are pastures, ' and the corkscrew hangeth high; All is still along the still-side, and the South is going dry!" , A Delegate. A call for 150 brings the coal wagon. Union City Ice & Coal Co. U.D.C. The Leonidas Polk Chapter, U. D. , will have a meeting at Mrs. N. E Beck's next Thursday, the 22d inst., from 2:30 to 4:30. All are cordially invited. A POPULAR VERDICT Based on Evidence of Union City People. Grateful thousands tell it : Of weak backs made strong : Of weak kidneys made, well 1 Urinary disorders corrected. Union City people add their testimony. They praise Doan's Kidney Pills. Union City evidence is now complete. Union City testimony is confirmed; Eeports of early relief substantiated. Merit doubly proved by test of time. Let a Union City citizen speak. T. L. Lancaster, Deputy Circuit Court Clerk, Union City, Tenn., says: "When I used Doan's Kidney Pills some fime ago they gave me relief from kidney trouble and I publicly recommended them. I feel justified in confirming that statement." , Price 50c, at all dealers. ' Don 't sim ply ask for a.kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney rillsthe s.ime that Mr. Lan caster had. Foster-IJilburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N.'Y. f ' , . advt. . ANOTHER VICTORY. Training School Makes Another Ball Score. ' In one of the hardest-fought games ever played, the Training School won over Marvin University at Clinton last Saturday by the score of 14 to 7. The teams were matched in weight and were well trained considering the time of the season. The Training School has won every game played this season. Two weeks ago they took one from Obion 27 to 0. There are bright prospects for a com plete victorious season for the Training School. Every man to one played the late foot-ball game. There were some, on the line-up who had played in but one game of the season, but in spite of that fact first-class ball. There were two touch-downs made and two goals kicked hy Capt. Everett. Bob McDonnell and Marshall Wright made each a touch down. Rankin was really due one but the official did not see it before he was forced back, of the line. The team has never run such close interference before. One of the stars of the game was Bob Alexander who played right end, the one" who buffed Clinton on every at tempted forward pass in his territory. Although small, he is one of the gamest men the Training School has. The time of quarter was twelve min utes. . Get watch prices of Dietzel. ' Marriage Licenses. Boyd Long and Effie Everett. M. Q. Pollard and Jessie Cole. Burley Keith and Les Jones. L. B. Carter and Delia Miller. Onyx Hurt and Ila Harrell. . Clyde Howard and Ruth Caldwell. Clarence Furseil and Laura Mabry. Walter Lyons and Edith Madding. H. Detton and Nora Willoughby. Clay Piper and Nettie Pbaris. Roy Green and Lillie Straub. Theo. Kelly and Mrs. Myrtle Jones. Clinton B. Zimmerman and Beulab May McCoy. Neuralgia of the face, shoulder, hands er feet requires a powerful remedy that will penetrate the flesh. SBALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT possesses that power. Rubbed in where the pain is felt is all that is necessary to relieve suf fering and restore normal conditions. Price 25c, 50c and $1 per bottle. Sold by I Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store: advt j Sunday School Convention. The Obion Presbyterial Sunday School Convention will meet at Campground Church Saturday, Nov. 7, 1914, at 10 o'clock a. m. with the folowing program: Opened by song. Devotional services, T. C. Callicott, superintendent. Music. Welcome address, Campground. Response, Antioch' Sunday School. Music. Organization. Music. - Address, "Elder's Responsibility to the Sunday School," R. L. Harper. General discussion. Dinner. , AFTERNOON EXERCISES. Music. Reports from Sunday Schools and Business. Address, "How Hold the Young Peo ple in Sunday School," John G. Cun ningham. Address, "What is tlje Purpose of the Sunday School?" General discussion. Adjournment. Carl A. Lasley, Secretary. Call 150 for coal of any kind. Real Estate Transfers. E. W. Wilson beirs to H. K. Brown et al., 15 acres in No. 6, 11,050. E. E. Shore to I. C. Shore, lot in No. 4, $450. M. E. Neely and wife to W. C. Ash ley, one-half acre in No. 5, 11,383.13. W. J. Harbison et al. to G. A. Hall et al., 52 acres in No. 6, $6,592. 8. B. Green to W. C. Ashley, two lots in No. 5, $1,250. Mrs. M. F. Gambill to Miss Cuby Edwards, 60 acres in No. 16, $1,250. J. II. McCaw and wife to H. B. Hor ner et al., lot in No. 13, $4,000. R. M. Peeplea and wife to J. B. Var- den, 70 acres in No. 16, $4,000. J. F. Hauser and wife to I. C. Shore. lot in No. 4, $200. Mrs. Mollis G. Adams to S. C. Brans- ford, lot in No. 13, $424. L. E. Davidson and wife to J. K. P. Heflin, 34 acres in No. 6, $1,900. J. H. Sanford and wife to Milton Huff- stutter, 40 acres in No. 14, $850. R. W . Neel and wife to Eliza Woods. 9 acres in No. 1, $550. J. A. Erwin heirs to G, A. Davidson.- 950 acres in Nos. 14 and 15, $9,000. Willis Woods and wife to N. H. Ha- gam, 10 acres in No. 2, $000. Willis Woods and wife to C. II. Rich ards, 20 acres in No. 10, $750.