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OBION COUNTY UNOFFICIAL RETURNS, TUESDAY, NOV. 3. 1914.
EOT SLEEP, Railrond CommisKMter. State Senator. Repre sentative. Congrrssnm. Floater Governor. COULD HOT EAT COULD I a U - 3 PRECINCTS. The World's Greatest Improvement In Underwear It is practically a double garment consisting of two light-weight fabrics an inner lining of soft cotton an outer covering of warm wool strongly held together by stitches wide enough apart to leave an air space between the two fabrics. The wool absorbs the moisture of the body, keeps the cold out and the natural heat in but it does not touch the skin. The air space ventilates the garment and keeps it fresh and dry. Duofold has all the warmth of an all-wool garment without any of its irritating " scritchiness" all the softness of a cotton garment without any of its sticky "chilliness." Ready today in all sizes and several different grades! W.,Q. CLAGETT CO. For acute conjunctivitis (common red sore eyes) no remedy in the world equals Dr. Black's Eye Water. The most aggravated cases are often cured in thirty-six hours by this celebrated remedy. Sent by mail on receipt of price, 25c. 'Address: J. R. Black Medicine Co., Manufacturers, Kennett, Mo. For sale by all druggists Death at Troy. Troy, Term., Nov. 4. The remains of Logan Grimes, who died near Dyers burg yesterday morning, were interred this afternoon in the Mount Ararat Cemetery near this city. Mr. Grimes was a young nian of exemplary habits . and popular with his associates. He loaves a father and a large family of brothers and sisters, who have the sym pathy or the entire community. Big Saler Continues. The Big Cut-Price Sale at Hyman'e opened on time last Wednesday morn ing and is now on in full blast. The store has been crowded since the sale Btarted and will continue some days. ' Extra salespeople have been secured and everybody gets polite attention, j General Elections. New York, Nov. .4. Latest returns from yesterday's election indicate that the Democratic majority in the House of Representatives for the Sixty-fourth Congress will.be reduced to 23. The probable Democratic majority in the Senate will be 14. THE CIL1P.L1 OF MOTHERHOOD Enhanced By Perfect Physi cal Health. The experience of Motherhood is a try Ins one to most women and marks dis tinctly an epoch in their lives. Not one woman in a hundred is prepared or un derstands how to properly care for her self. Of course nearly every woman nowadays has medical treatment at such times, but many approach the experi ence with an organism unfitted for the trial of strength, and when It is over her system has received a shock from which it is hard to recover. Following right upon this comes the nervous strain of caring for the child, and a distinct change fa the mother results. - There Is nothing more charming than a happy and healthy mother of children, and indeed child-birth trader the right conditions need be no hazard to health or beauty. The unexplainable thing is that, with all the evidence of shattered nerves and broken health resulting from an unprepared condition, and with am . pie time in which to prepare, women wilt Twrakt In coiner blindly to tne mau 4 Every woman at this time should rely upon Lydia E. Pinkham'n Vegetable Compound, a most valuable tonic and Invigorator of the female organism. f In many homes once childless there are now children be cause of the fact that Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound makes women normal, healthy and strong. If you want special advice write to Lydia E. PInkham Medicine Co. (confi dential) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman and held In strict confidence. Local' and personal J. T. Verhine has returned from New York City. Mrs. M. D.Sanders was in town Tues day shopping. Sorry to note the continued illness of Mrs. Craddock. , New and beautiful china. Dietzel. Dr. McMichael and family motored to the lake Sunday. Mrs. M. Reed, of Hickman, was a visitor here Friday. ' Mrs. Ed Kirkland is visiting relatives at Rives this week. , Miss Bess Tinkle visited homefolks in Rutherford Sunday. Coal CokeWood Call Tel. 150. J. W. Lewis, of Paris, was here as a business visitor Friday. " Miss Wilson, of Kenton, was Miss Lila Littleton's visitor this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Flack, of May field, were Friday visitors in the city. Mrs. E. W. Moore bas returned from a visit to homefolks at Paducab, Ky. Wedding rings. Dietzel. - Miss Nell Nichols, of Troy,. was a visitor in the city the first of the week Mr. and Mrs. Harris Skelton, of Clarksville, were here Friday as visitors. Miss Jessie Blanton will be the guest of. friends on East Flower street Sunday Mr. Frank James, of the vicinity of Crystal, was here on business Wednes day. Engraved visiting cards. Dietzel. Miss Shaw, of near State Line, is a visitor this week with Miss Marie Lock hart. " " Mrs. Ollie Russell and little son, John A., returned home Tuesday from Hick man. Mr. J. Leslie Cunningham, of Troy, was a business visitor in the city Wed nesday. Wedding gifts. Dietzel. Mrs. Harry Edwards and little daugh ter, Rebecca, were visitors in Kenton this week. Dr. Glosson leaves the 10th inst. to attend the Veterinary Association in Nashville. ' Mrs. Bettie Pickering, of Fulton, is a visitor this week with ber daughter, Mrs. C. 8. Talley. Mrs. Jennie Logan and mother, Of Woodland Mills, were in the city Wed nesday shopping. Rock ford and Howard watches. Dietzel. ' Mr. and Mrs. Walker Martin have returned to tbeir borne in Union City after a bridal trip East. ' ' G. L. Wood, a good friend of the pa per, was a business visitor here from Bethlehem Wednesday. , Mrs. C. C. Smith, of Chicago, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Will Clayton, on Division street. .1 " Mr. and Mrs. Evans Jackson have gone to their farm in Lake County to spend a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Murphey and family are occupying the Beckham home on Lee street. A call for 150 brings the coal wagon. Union City Ice & Coal Co. 1 Jacksonville ... 2 Woodland Mills.. 3 Crystal.. Clayton 4 Riven 5 Horn beak. Sumburj.... Guelph 6 Troy Polk 7 Sunny side .- Crittendon Grove. 8 Kenton 9 Klbridite Minnk'k ... Cunningham .. 10 Caldwell's 11 Mason Hall 12 Tally's Mill 13 Union Citp ... M olass -- 15 Obion 16 South Fulton Pierce . McConnell ... Total. Dr. J. H. Rippy came home this week to be present at the polls and cast his Democratic vote. Mr. Homer Reeves came home from Nashville this week to cast his ballot in the November election. . Mr. and Mrs. Everett Elder, of Ful ton, Ky., motored over election night to get the State returns. Mrs. Walter Howell has returned from a visit tocher parents, Elder and Mrs. Gentry Reynolds, Kenton. Mrs. Dr. Pain and children, of Bard well, Ky., were the guests of Rev. and Mrs. A. C. Moore this week. Messrs. Albert Stovall, of Bethel Springs, and Walter Curry, of Kenton, were Sunday visitors in the city. Mrs. W. D. Flack and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ranson joined a party this week going to the hills west of Woodland Mills to hunt hickory nuts. ill-Price Sale on M Beginning To-day, Nov. 6 At IVJrs. F: E. Arnn's Rrlillinery Store : ... . . ' Bi cut in prices. Everything: must go. Big stock to select from. Come early and get first selection. Mrs." Walter Carter aud sister, Miss Nelia Duncan, of St. Louis, are visiting their mother, Mrs. Sara Duncan. Dr. C. C. Kemper and wife and Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Fristoe, of Mayfield, were in the city Sunday as visitors. Lawrence Bradley, of Jackson, has been the guest of his brother, Herschel Bradley, of the M. & 0. railroad here. Mrs. Pearl Vincent has returned to Corum & Jackson's after a few weeks illness, pleased to meet, her customers again. Miss Nezzie Bonner Tucker, of Troy, was in the city Monday shopping. She was accompanied byher uncle, J. W. Scearce. The ladies of the' Methodist Church will have a bazaar on Thursday and Friday of the first week in December. All those having tfieirquiltsquares com pleted will please bring them to the so ciety or hand them to Mrs. Claude Allen to have in readiness for the bazaar. J. A. COBLE ENLOE CHILES JOE ROGERS ' DAN GLENN A. B. COBLE S 6 s. 27 44 26 26 S2 Its 172 26 23 49 68 I 113 33 41 88 142 47 72 .65 101 97 34 62 97 182 150 23 M 73 1U5 134 44 83 61 470 75 113 204 34 47 26 47 72 74 162 10 27 57 70 111 33 " 147 49 76 53 1O0 94 36 42 81 1S4 120 22 50 65 103 133 44 77 51 398 73 113 115 44 1,192 1 12.J62 1.193 11.901 Miss Pauline Caldwell was a visitor in Dyersburg this week, accompanying her father, Gen. D. J. Caldwell, who is attending court there. Revs. W. C. Waters, W. W. Arm strong and A. O. Moore are in Paris this week attending the annual meeting of the Memphis Conference. Mr. and Mrs. Max Phebus, of Rives, were in the city Saturday and Sunday visiting Mr. Phebus' grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Phebus. The members of the Methodist Church aie requested not to forget to attend the baby linen shower at Mrs. Butler's this afternoon (Friday) at 3 o'clock given by Mrs. Butler and Mrs. Rogers. Mrs. John Russell, of Pierce street, has a letter from her son, John, now aboard the battleship, the North .Caro lina, who was in Egypt, telling what a fine time they have erasing. The Huntingdon football team meets the Union City Training School eleven on the local grounds Saturday, Nov. 7, at 2. p m. A good game. See it. Miss Essie B. Williams is visiting her brother in Chattanooga, and will also go to the mountains for her health, which has been very bad for the last year. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gardner, Miss Ethel Gardner and K. Gardner, of Greenfield, were here Sunday for the unveiling of the monument of,W. K. Gardner. Mrs. Martha Scott'and Miss Callie V. Howell, of Kenton, were-in the city this week visiting Mrs. Scott's mother, Mrs. Annie Howell, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Howell. The Friday afternoon meeting of the W. 0. T. U. this week will be held at 2:30 instead of 3 o'clock, on account of the afternoon social at Mrs. Butler's, which many of the union members will attend. Union City, Tenn. 8 O u s M O c fc X Q e a u 8 u o u J oi 100 95 34 43 81 187 137 20 50 63 100 127 45 79 51 434 71 108 164 34 46 25 46 70 65 145 19 25 58 78 117 34 42 98 110 71 76 58 34 48 25 49 71 74 175 26 27 58 68 125 35 46 94 136 50 73 65 93 36 39 81 190 170 22 4') 65 1110 117 42 69 55 413 70 104 183 134 91 64 51 131 40 81 "476 74 107 87 124 520 26 1,987 11.217 1,284 I 1,999 Rev. Mathis and C. T. Arnold, of Kenton, passed through the city Tues day, going to Paris to attend the annual session of the Memphis Conference. The good ladies of the Cumberland Church request us to announce that they will serve dinner on Wednesday, Dec. 23. The place and particulars to be printed later. First Christian Church. Roger L. Clark will preach at the First Christian Church Sunday morning and evening. Everyone invited. Mem bers urged to be present. Church Notice. Rev. Wm. Thome, of McKenzie, will peach at the Presbyterian Church, North First street, next Sabbath, 8th inst. A cordial invitation to all to at tend. Communion at the morning serv ice. Candy Kitchen. Chas. T. Brown has leased a front section of the Francis Airdome and has installed therein a candy kitchen, with Fred McClanahan in charge. The place has been made attractive with glass front and fruit stands, and will no doubt be a good puller for business. The Rye Charivari. The Rye Club auxiliary wont out Wednesday night with the band and a few side disturbances for a parade through town. Charivari was extended to a number of prominent citizens, in cluding Hon. R. A. Pierce, who made an eloquent speech in behalf of Tom Rye and the big Democratic victory in Tennessee. The start was made over on Main street and gathered forces as church closed. A number of the friends of Governor Hooper were favored, the band discoursing "Comin' Through With Rye." Everybody in the party was in a good humor, but they were all strictly on the water wagon. Woman So Weak and Nervous Could Not Stand Her Chil dren " Near Her Vinol Changed Everything for Her Plant City. Fla. V I wish I could tell everybody about Vinol. For nine years I was in bad health. I got so I could not sleep, and 1 could not stand it to have my children come near me. 1 could not even sew or do any heavy housework. I was simply tired all the time. I tried bo many medicines I could not recall them ail, but nothing did me any good. One day a friend asked me to try Vinol and said it was the best tonic she ever saw. I did ao, and Boon got the first good night's sleop I had had for a long time. Now 1 sleep well, my appetite is good, my nervousness is all gone and I am so strong and well I do all my house work and work in my flower garden without feeling tired or nervous. Vinol has made me a well and happy woman. " -Mrs. C. H. Muxer, Plant City, Fla. Vinol contains the curative, healing principles of fresh cod livers (without oil) and tonic iron. We ask every weak, run-down, ner vous person in this vicinity to try Vinol, our delicious cod liver and iron tonic without oil, on our guarantee to return their money if it fails to benefit. Oliver's Red Cro-i8 DrugtJStoie Union City, Tenn. CHARLES WARD UPHOLSTERER High-Class work in Furniture Repairing and Refmishing. First-Class Work Guaranteed. Prompt Service. Leather Work a Specialty Box Couches Made to Order. Concrete Block, Church Street, first door veil of Metcalfe'i Laundry Telephone 438. OFFICE TELEPHONE Day and Right Transfer . Hassell's From Number Seven to St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Carter,4 who have been visiting the parents of Mr. Carter in Number Seven, left last Satur day morning for St. Louis. We under stand that Mr. Carter, who is president of the Carter Carburetor Co., in St. Louis, with his wife, in their Hudson car, left the home of J. H. Carter in Number Seven at 6:80 Saturday morn ing, Oct. 31, and arrived in St. Louis at midnight, 12 o.'clock, the sunie day, traveling 225 miles in 17 J hours. The roads, of course, were good and the tourists had no trouble on the way. Jiut . the success of Mr. and Mrs. Carter's trip was due, not only to the quality of the car, but to thf) Carter carburetor, with which the car was equipped and in cluded in the try-out. Mr. Carter is meeting with the greatest success with his invention. He is interested in the plant which makes the carburetors in St. Louis, and is the demonstrator for the concern. . Notice. All wishinc tattings and all kinds of crochet work will please call on Mrs. Lou Burner, 416 Exchange street. She has an assortment of excelsior work handkerchief tatting of silk twist, dual caps, corset covers are the rage now. FOR SALE At a bargain, two first class second-hand surreys. Phone 200. Will trade. Geo. Moomr. Eyes iiamincd free at your home. Write or phone W. T. Wilkerson, Union City, Tenn. . 40-tf FOR SALE Fine Alfalfa Hay and Red Clover Hay. Phone Geo. D. Eader, 57-3. 28-tf. FOR SALE-M3Sood Jersey cow with second calf. Calf three weeks old. Phone 325. 1 32-tf W. II. Garkigan Farm. FOR RENT One brick house on Main street near the Methodist Church. Seven rooms and two large halls. Mod ern equipment. Large lot. Apply to A. L. Garth. 32-3t WANTED Dealer or agent to handle the 1915 Maxwell Automobile in and around Union City. The new car, fC95 and $750, is one of the best cars and one of the best propositions for 1915. Address at once Webb & Allen, Box 348, Fulton, Ky. 31 3t, , It