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HIRE
LIFE
(923J)
REPORT OK THE CONDITION OF THE
INSURE WITH
JNO. T. WALKER & CO.
Insurance that Insures
CCIDENT
Union City, Tenn.
CRYSrAL.
told the tale, didn't it, boys?
t Mrs. J, E. Scott, of Gurley,
visiting friend and relatives
Tu.'
Mr
here.
Mi- A ula Cunningham, who is teach
ing t K' (Iron, visited tier sister, Miss
Aly, In -. Saturday and Sunday
Mr. mik Mrs. D. D. Kirk, of Union
City, w -re the guests of Dr. and Mrs.
E. L. Williams Sunday
Rev. Lamkin preached his last ser
moD at Autioch Sunday before confer
ence, whirb meets at Faris this week
Bro. Lamkin has been here a year and
has wrought well. The congregation
are anxious for his return
A play will be staged at Crystal next
Saturday night fur tho bonofit of the
library. There is fine talent in this
play, and if you do not hear it you will
miss an event. In order that good order
may he obtained a small admission will
bel charged. ft
The weather is fine, the farmers are
busy, and a light vote in the rural dis
tricts was cast at the election iuosuay
Mrs. jfardy Brown, of Clayton, was
the guost or miss Uctavia Ulovcr Moo
day.
Miss Irene Irvine, aged nineteen years,
after a lingering illness of typhoid fever,
died Nov. 1 and was buried at Antioch
AT UNION CITY,
In the State of Tennessee, County of
Ubion, at the close of business
October 31st, 1914.
RESOURCES.
Loam and Piscotinta 1185. JM si
Overdrafts, secured and un
secured 2.2M.M
V. s. Bonos aeposiiea to se
cure circulation 60.000.01)
Commercial paper deposited
to secure circulation 30.272.St
Stock in federal Keserve
Bank 750.00
Banking; house, furniture
and fixtures 7.000.00
Due from National Banks
(not Reserve Agents) J20.019.27
Due from State and Private
Banks and Bankers, Trust
Companies, and Savings 9.625.81
Due from approved Reserve
Audits in central cities... 24.256.07
Checks and other cash items 1,215.96
Notes of other National
Banks 4.885.00
Fractional Paper Currency,
Nickels, and Cents j.. 668.45
Lawful Money Kesebvb
in bank, viz:
Specie 10,902.75
Legal tender notes 1.000,00
RIVES.
The election is on (Tuesday). What
is the next exciting subject to fill our
newspapers?
Mrs. Leslie Shore was the week-end
guest of her mother, Mrs. Woody, at
Glass.
Master Marion Martin is absent from
school, on the sick list.
Miss Sadie Fry visited her parents at
Fulton Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. E. H. White, very ill the past
week, is convalescing.
Little Misses Louise and Lois Shrop-
ilJ. G. Claeeft Co.'s Snecia
w
1 G-Day Gar gains
Redemption fund with U. S.
Treasurer 15 per cent of
circulation) ........... .
Total
LIABILITIES.
OBION
J. H. Luker, a former resident of this
county but who now resides at Cotton
Plant, Ark., was here on a visit la,-
week. He seems to be well pleased in
in his Arkansas location
Attorneys E. J. Green aud Ethel Mor
ris were business visitors to Trimble
Monday
Prof. It. H. Bond, of Elbridge, was
here last Friday night to attend the
Garrett speaking.
Dr. J. J. Wells, bf Glass,v was here
Saturday en route to Union City,
Misses Maggie Grisham and Lulee
Jones were in Union City Saturday
shopping.
T. T. Paschal!, of Fulton, was the
guest of bis daughter, Mrs. Gordon
Baird, the first of the week. '
Tiev. J. C. Cason preached bis fare
well sermon, unless sent back here by
confererence, to a good congregation at
the Methodist Church last Sunday. Bro
Cason left Monday morning for Paris,
to attend the conference
Eld. T. M. Carney preached two very
interesting sermons at the Christian State o Tennessee,
Church Sunday, morning and evening. Bounty of Obion.
Miss Gladys Maloney returned Mon- I. Hunter Elam,
72.573.31
4.125.00
Capital stock paid in...
Surplus fund
Undivided profits, less ex
penses and taxes paid .
National Bunk Notes out
standing
Due to Htote and Private
Bunks and Bankers ' 7.086.59
.Individual deposits subject
to check... 132.337.00
Time certificates of deposit
payable within 30 days... 4.515.46
Time deposits payable after
30 days or alter notice of 30
days or longer Z3.803.87
Cashier's checks outstanding 496.50
Bills payable, including
obligations representing
money borrowed ..
$362,398.72
$60,000.00
15,000.00
12,259.30
81,900.00
shire have been out of school, afflicted "'in 512.00 and $15.00 Suits, Ail sizes, good patterns
168,239.42
25.000.00
Total
$362,398.72
88.
Cashier of the
uried at Antioch . , :ait tn ,rUnAa , above named bank, do solemnly swear
Monday, Rev. Lamkin conducting the ' !: that the above statement is true to the
services.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rati iff, Mr. and
Mrs. Dick Barksdale aud Misses Jennie
Fluty and Love Adams were out opos
sum hunting Saturday night. They re
ported a scarcity of vermine but all en
joyed the moonlight.
Messrs. Darnell Council and Ed Rob
erts, Jr., were appoiated to go as rocs
sengers from Antioch Hunday school to
the Sunday school convention at Camp
ground, near Troy, next Saturday and
Sunday.
ROUTE FIVE.
Miss Pauline Rives entertained a num
ber of her friends with a Halloween
party Saturday night. At a late hour
delicious refreshments were served. On
departing all declared Miss Pauline an
ideal hostess. .
Mrs. Charlie Grim, of Paducah, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Goo. Harpole,
for a few days.
We are very glad to see Miss Allie
Harpole up after a very bad spell of
tonsiliiis.
Misses Clara andThclma Rives enter
tained a few of their friends Sunday
with a dinner in honor of their brother,
Oscar, who is home on a few week's
vacation. Among those present were
Misses Sara and Nannio Harrison, Allie
and Ruby Harpole, Pauline Rives,
Grace Sammons, Mary Wayne Naylor,
Alma Rives; Messrs. Curios Tbacker,
Alvin Slioupe, Coyal Wade, Ed Harri
son, Ronert Climbers, Oscar Rives, and
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Rives. All-spent a
most enjoyable day. . . , , i '
Mr. lien Austin is confured to his
room with the fever, but we are glad to
hear that he is resting belter to day.
Mrs. Oscar Forrester is visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A Jones, this
week.,'
Tiie Young Ladies' Missionary Society
of I5 i hlnheni entertained the congrega
tion wnii a short program Sunday night,
after ninth the pastor, Rev. II. M.
lilui-i, ni'uie a talk on missions which
was -i j ynJ by all. r -
M i i Near Rives. loft Monday for Obion
utHiih's visit at homo. :
i Mrs. Cliarlio Naylor aud Mr.
.Smith Evans motored over to
Sunday; 1 CHUMS.
L.Urange, 111. test of mv knowlfldtrfl and hfiMflf
Miss Johnny Lippard is the guest of Hunter Elam, Cashier.
relatives in Union City this week. Subscribed and sworn to before me
JH. Clymer left Tuesday night for this 5th day of November, 1914
afui
Mr
ami
Pan
a visit to his father near Lewisburg,
Tenn. Mr. Clymer's father has reached
the age of 80 years, and he is as active
and hearty as when he was 50. Mr
Clymer expects to spend about two
weeks with his father. , t
L. G. Moffat has rented the old Farm
era union warehouse near Ward Mill
and is now engaged in buying cotton
He will store the cotton until the mar
ket opens up, '
W. L. Blackley and daughter, of
Hornbeak, were here Tuesday shop
ping. Mr. iilackley is president of the
Bank of Hornbeak.
Mrs. B. E. Lawrence and children, of
McKenzie, were called here the first of
the week on account of the serious ill
ness of Mrs. Lawrence's brother, Whit
Albright.
Cleave Albright, of Memphis, attend
ed the funeral and burial of bis brother,
Whit, which occurred here Wednesday.
B.illie Winsett and wife and, son, Char
lie, and Miss Edna Hastings, of Fulton,
were the guests of Mrs. J. S. Winsett
Sunday.
Miss Ethel Steelo, of Newbern, fit the
guest of relatives here. '
Miss Elizabeth Stanfield was the guest
of her sister, Miss Floreta Stanfield, in
Dyersburg this week.
E. W. Parks was a business visitor to
Union City the first of the week.
F. J. Smith and wife, of Union City,
spent the week-end with Paul Crockett
and family.
Prof, and Mrs. W. H, Cravens spent
the week-end with relatives in Martin.
J. II. Head and wife were Rives vis
itors the first of the week.
Mrs. Luther Hurt and children, of
Okoloua, Miss., who are on a visit to
Mrs. Hurt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Z. Ragsdale, are' the guests of N, M.
Fanar and family near Troy this week.
Seal.
! Correct Attest:
Jno. T. Walker,
D. N. Walker. ,
J, L. Fry,
Directors.
C. V. Jones,
Notary Public.
with tonsilitis
Mrs. Dell Harper was a week end
guest of Mrs. Gentry Reynolds.Kenton.
Mrs. L. A. Hovis aud Mrs. fcallie
Hovis, of Union City, have been down
with Mrs. Mat Hovis. Mrs. Hovis has
been very ill but is reported much im
proved to-day.
Mrs. Jane Wade and daughter, Miss
Martha, spent Monday iu tow'n, guests
of Mrs. John Head.
Little Miss Ruth Harper had a few
of her classmates for dinner Saturday.
The festive spread was out on the lawn.
The day being ideal, as so many of our
autumn days are, a delightful joyous
time is reported. Those present besides
the dainty hostess were Gertrude Starns,
Annie Mai McCowan, Louise Kitchtll.
The Parent Teachers' Circle carried
out a splendid program Friday after
noon. The hour proved all too short.
The subject so ably discussed by Prof.
Hays, How can parents assist the
school authorities in the prevention of
contagious diseases," was interesting
and instructive. So much can be said
on this subject that it should again be
lurtner discussed at the next meeting.
Then "How the teachers cau assist the
parents in preventable diseases" should
have attention. The paper, "Do chil
dren need parties," was requested for
the month-end meeting, as sickness
prevented Mrs. Lee Wade from being
present. The fourth grade geography
class, conducted by Miss Fry, was cred
itably recited by the two long benches
of little tots and proved of interest to
numbers of parents.
Mr. Erskine Moffat, of Cbarlottsville,
N. C, here for ten days past with rela
tives, has returned home.
Last week Mr. and Mrs. Will Carter,
of St. Louis, came through in their
touring car and visited relatives over
the county.
More sneak thieving is reported. Leo
Bean was recently relieved of money
and wearing apparel. Considering that
a member of the family was keeping
company with an abcessed tooth and
choice of the lot only
$8.00
... $4.50 and $5.00
.. $3.50 and $4.00
$3.00
... 95c
,... 85c
Boys' all-wool blue serge suits .......
Boys all-wool suits, fancy patterns '.
Men's 'stronger than the law work shoes...... ...
Men's $1.25 arctic buckle overshoes '. ,
Women's arctic buckle overshoes . ; , ...
Men's $ 1 .00 wool sweaters ..
Men's $ 1 .00 lambsdown underwear ;
Men's 50c heavy underwear .. .".
Men's heavy cotton sox, 4 pairs for
Boys' 50c fancy shirts ..25c Men's 25c heavy wool sox.,.
These prices are for cash only.
69c
69c
39c
25c
19c
bound to Please
even the most discriminating, is' this
dress, "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- gr
fitting waist, the bulging chest and the
delicate cutaway curve. It's one of the
"aristocratic types so common among
Kahn Tailored Clothes
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. SetJ the new Shirts,
Ties, etc. Shoes for everybody.
'She To;
,11 ,h SSs
p'p
Oyster SJpecial
1,000,000,000 Gallon Oysters, 3 trains celery,
2 trains that famous Coffee' received daily at
KIRKLAMD'S
Takhoma package they are cheaper than meat
Oysters Stewed
Oysters Scolloped
Oyster Cock Tail
Oysters Fried
Oysters Raw
Oysters Chilled '
Oyster Pie
Ladies and Gents you will get some service at
Kirkland's and some Class.
Em
KLAN
D-S
Nature as Milliner.
"How beautifully your fall hat is
trimmed.", x
"But this is my summer hat my
dear."
"6b, I see. The autumn leaves have
been falling on it from this tree we are
standing under. "
HELPLESS AS BABY
Down in Mind Unable to Work,
s and What Helped Her.
n Summit Point, W. Va. Mrs. Anna
Bene tniey, ot mis place, says: "I suf
fered for 15 years with an awful pain in
ftiy right side, caused from womanly
trouble, and doctored lots for it, but with
out success. I suffered so very much,
that 1 became down in mind, and as help
less as a baby. 1 was in the worst kind
of shape. Was unable to do any work.
I beean takincr Cardul. the woman's
tonic, and got relief from the very first
dose. By the time I had taken 12 bot
tles, my health was completely restored.
1 am now 48 years years old, but feel as
good as 1 did when only 16.
Cardul certainly saved me from losing
my mind, and 1 feel it my duty to speak
in its favor. I wish I had some power
over poor, suffering women, and could
make them know the good it would do
them."
If you suffer from any of the ailments
peculiar to women, it will certainly be
worth your while to give Cardui a trial.
It has been helping weak women for
more than 50 years, and will help you,
too.
Try Cardul. Your druggist sells it.
Advisory Dec.. Chattanocga, Tenn., for Special
Kstructiom on your case and 64-pec book, Horn
rre&lment lor Women." in plain wrapper. W.C. 121
kept the light burning all night, this
was a light-fingered job. The house
of Charlie Payne just out of town was
also burglarized, even taking a lady's
umbrella. If this thief has as much
trouble keeping up with umbrellas as
most of us, be would beware.
Mr. and Mrs. VV. V. Carter, a few
days past, accompanied Mr. and Mrs.
Will Carter, of St. Louis, on a motor
trip to Woodland and vicinity.
Mesdames James McCaw, R. L. Fhe-
bus, Hal Cotton and Miss Cotton visited
in the J'leasant Hill neighborhood 'the
past week, guests of Mesdames'E. T.
and Max Fhebus.
The young ladies of the school have
organized into a "School Improvement
Club." Miss Mabel Warren is presi
dent aud Miss Ima Lee Holloway sec
retary. The college is beautifully looming up
and seems to say, take otice, here I
am. the beginning and ending of a
long-felt want. For years we have been
cramped in the old quarters, and the
environment adjacent to the ebony dis
trict has been deplorable. Everybody
interested in education is getting excit
ed about the new building, its surround
ings and its furnishings, so that the war
news, and even politics, are eclipsed.
Get next, open your purse strings, let
the "dollars roll." An instance of the
latter slogan was spontaneous amongst
a few people, mostly ladies, at the Pa
rent Teachers' Circle last Friday. Prof.
Hays discussed sanitary drinking foun
tains, did not even ask lor tne where
withal. Over the room was heard, "I
will give a dollar, and I a dollar," until
only four more dollare are now needed.
A report comes in or the arrival of a
9-pound son in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Anderson, or folk.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Harper are dele
gates to the Sabbath school convention
Saturday at Campground. I
Dr. T. r. Callicott reports a simll
suffragette in the home of Mr. and '
Mrs.-Jim Fitz. !
W. G. CLAGETT CO.
IIY TO LOAN
n I have recently completed connec
tions whereby I -am enabled to loan
money in any amount up to
$25,000,00 on Improved Farm
Lands. I can get this money for
you thirty days after application is re
ceived. See me and let's talk it over.
H. T. ROGERS
Dyersburg, Tennessee
First National Bank
Building
11U
Closlogr Sale
NOVEMBER 1 TO 25th
I WILL SELL MY ENTIRE STOCK OF
GROCERIES. SPECIAL PRICES ON
EVERYTHING. 30 BARRELS OF FLOUR
AT MILL PRICES
Orders for less than $2.00 not delivered, except on
Wednesday -afternoons and Saturdays.
Cash iStore Go.
F. S. WHITE, Proprietor.
B A R" G A I
In Real Estate
One 6-room house on Division street; close in
and all conveniences.
One 8-room house on East Church street.
114 acres, 6 miles of Union City.
132 acres, 4 miles of Union City.
Any of these can be sold cheap and on
easy terms. Let us show you.
White & Quinn
What "Bee Dee" Means
I
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Inside the package, and RESULTS and SATIS
FACTION after the contents have been used.
Always ask for "Bee Dee" when you buy a stock
or poultry remedy. "Bee Dee" remedies are pre-
f tared from pure, medicinal ingredients, in a scteri
ific way, and are genuine medicines that you can
depend on.
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riCC IJfiC MEDICINE
LINIMENT DIP
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AHrr unltif the fU r
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ure in saying that Ihejr are
living entire aatiafaction,
and we cheerfully recom
mend them.
McMillen Stock Farm,
Waco, Texas.
Ton caa get them at
your dealer.
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