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OBION CHANCERY COURT
IN SESSION THIS WEEK No Causes of Special Importance Heard Lake Case. . Judge R. E. McKinney is holding Chancery Court here this week, and a number of well known caaea have been called and beard. There are none of iiDusual interest except the G. P. Ward lake case, which was dismissed. -Following are the proceedings: J. H. Cloar, guar., vs. Marvel Shea- ron, death of defendant suggested and cause revived in name of F. J. Smith ; Mrs. M. Iris Brown vs. Farris Brown et al., Laura Brown reported of age and her funds ordered paid to ber and eause continued. J. D.Try et al. vs. Geo. Harrison et al., funds of Willie Harrison ordered paid her mother to be expended for her and cause continned. A. K. Wells et al. vs. J. 8. McCorkle et al., funds of minor defendants Woody ordered paid to their mother for them and cause continued. S. Waddoll, trustee, vs. Mrs. MiHton Holder, claim of school allowed and cause continued. John P. Adams etal. vs. Mary George Adams, Clerk and Master directed to pay Mrs. Adams funds for her daugh ter's support and cause continued. 0. Spradlin, admr., vs. Geo. A. Bed ford et al., order to loan out funds until next term of court and cause continued. M. H. Dickey et al. vs. Mabel Kil lough etal., Clerk and Master author ized to expend interest and 1150 of cor pus for Evans Killough for 12 months and cause continued. X W. W. Hatch etal. vs. Lillian Hatch' et al., order to loan fund and cause con tinued. Mrs. Irma Griffin, admr., etal. vs. T. C. Quinn et al., petition dismissed by Quinn and others. Mrs. Martha A. Thomas et al. vs. Hugh Jones et al., Sadie Johnson ad judged of age and her funds ordered paid to ber and loan of funds of minors and cause continued. J. A. Wray et al. vs. Marion Mont gomery et al., report of sale confirmed, title divested and caase continued. Mrs. Eliza Wilson et al. vs. Hyman Crittendon et al. , report of sale set aside, order to resell and cause continued. State of Tennessee ex rel. F. M. Thompson, Attorney General, vs. W. Wonoerfu jsts? Values in Young Men's Suits, Overcoats and Balmacans In a great assortment of styles and patterns, and all at the right prices. See our great values at , $15.00 $18.00 and $20.00 jwy c j.p Mi, If M - -nrJtlr"? - i Til 1 1 iii'i i i i ll - -' - ' FITFORM CLOTHES Clothes of the right kind are a tonic Thtey enable a young man to walk with a stalwart stride among his fellows -give him some reason for holding his head high. Fitform clothes are just that sort Well-made, finely tailored suits and over coats that create an air of distinction for the wearer. Without being obtrusive, they possess character of the right kind. W. Q. CLAGETT CO. C. Farris, demurrer sustained and ap peal granted. Jas. II. Wise, admr., et al. vs. Mary Lee Wise, order to sell land to pay debts and for partition and cause con tinued. J. C. Burdick vs. P. F. Graves et al., injunction dissolved and defendants taxed with costs. Lara L. Griffin et al. vs. Irvin Griffin et al., complainant allowed to amend bill so as to make Loftus Bros, acd Crescent Jewelry Co. complainants. John T. Walker, guar., vs. Leslie Shaw et al., guardian ordered to en croach and report and cause continued. Dr. J. M. Bynum, guar., vs. Benj. M. Scott et al., report of sale confirmed, title divested and vested and cause con tinued. ' Laura Baldridge by next friend, Tbos. Baldridge, vs. B. F. Beckham, bill amended to make Union Central Insur ance Co., trustee, defendants, demurrer overruled with 30 days to answer and cause continued. E. C. Matthews et al. vs. Eugene Matthews, fund report confirmed and cause retired. Mrs. Pearl " McElroy vs. Andrew Mc E'roy, complainant dismissed bill. C. A. Morphis, admr., et al. vs. Jas. Rummage et al., report of sale con firmed, title divested and order to pay pay out funds. Elizabeth Rivers and her husband, D. R. Rivers, vs. N. A. Vaden, settled. T. G. Robinson vs. Andrew Totten et ai., retired. Mrs. Fannie Davidson Moss et al..vs. Mrs. Josie Verhina et al., report of sale confirmed, title divested and vested and cause continued. ' CONTINUED. R. P. Whitesell vs. A. J. Harpole et al. W. M. Freed, admr., vs. Mrs. Delia Clymer et al. C. B. Hale, admr., et al. vs. Mrs. Addie Roper et al. G. W. Mitchell etal. 78. Carl Mitch ell et al. J. P. Adair et al. rs, S. B. Adair etal. Lelia Reeks etal. vs. G, L. Wood et ai. J. F. Tull, guar., vs. Pauline Smith. Daniel Worley vs. I. A. Luker et al. Nina Wright vs. Hubert Wright et al. Jno. M. Hickey et al. vs. S. J. Brad- shaw et al. . DISMISSED. State of Tennessee vs. S. H. Weaver et al., Manuel Graham etal., Geo. Wal- lis et al., Henry Fly et al., Bill Swift et al., J. W. Sills etal., Mrs. Olivia FOR YOUNG MEN Weaks et al., Mollie Siltestou et al., Mattie S. Ranier et al.,' Addie Noleu et al., Jim Litcbford ft al., Jas. Welch tt al., B. F. Browder etal., Mrs. X. P. Reeves vs. Joe Cunningham el a). The Dabnke-Walker Milling Co. vs. Mobile & Ohio R. R. Co. COMPROMISED. Frankie Morris et al. vs. W. E. Mar tin et al. . , Joseph P. Hogue vs. J. E. Summers and Nick Dean. R. P. Armstrong et al. vs. Arch Hale. AL G. FIELD'S GREATER MINSTRELS IN DALLAS Two Hours and Thirty Minutes of Genuine Minstrelsy. The Al G. Field Greater Minstrels "stood 'em up" at the Dallas Opera House last ' night. The audience was large and the applause liberal, the Dal las favorite, Bert Swor, coming in for the generous appreciatiou always ac corded him here in' the city he calls his home. ' West Avey, another local favor ite, was also' warmly greeted. Al G. Field never puts on a long show. He charges the right price and delivers honest, goods two hours and thirty minutes of fun, frolic and fool ishness, interspersed with good mascu line solo and chorus work and high class orchestration. The stagings are of the best quality and the performance in its entirety one that provokes constant laughter and other tokens of apprecia tion. If you enjoy a minstrel show you will enjoy Al. G. Field's, and if you enjoy the myrthful type of burnt-cork artistry you will enjoy Bert Swor and his sky larking companions. Dallas (Tex.) News. Al G. Field's Greater Minstrels will appear at Reynold's Theatre in Union City Friday night. Dec. 11. New Hitch Racks. S. D.Woosley, who has been specially interested in the improvement of our hitching grounds with the new racks, and who has personally promoted the work, is able to report the work com plete. Every rack on the horse swap ping grounds is a new one under Mr. Woosley's enterprise and they are paid for by the Board of Mayor and Alder men and the good citizens of Union City. The hitch racks are made in a substantial way and there are enough to accommodate a large crowd of peo ple who come in buggies and wagons and on horseback to trade. They are for our patrons and friends, all of them. The Cumberland Telephone Company is to be thanked for a number of poles, very valuable aud which amount to the saving of a great deal of money in the construction of the racks. Among those who bave donated to the enter prise are the following: S. D. Woosley, H. M. Oliver, F. C. Wehman, Home Furniture Co., W. G. Clagett Co., White's, Corum fe Jack son, J. A. CobLe, Son & Co., H. B. Sul livan, R. T. Curlin, J. P. Verhtue, L. Alexander, Phil Hyman, Marshall & Baird, Dahnke's Cafe, J. A. Coble, Jr., Harrison Electric Co., Third National Bank, Farmers Exchange Bank, Old National Bank, Henderson's, White & Burchard, I. S. Kirby, R., E. Craig, Mrs. F. E. Aron, Lambert Co., D. P. Caldwell, Pardue Bros., A. J. Raipey, F. E. Arnn, J. W. Woosley. Safe Blowers at Cayce. The live little town of Cayce, about 9 miles west of Fulton, on the M. & 0. road, in this county, was visited by s ife blowers about 3 o'clock Wednesday morning. They blew open the safe of the Naylor Meicantile Company with nitroglycer ine. The explosion awoke Mr. Sam Johnson, who lives just across the street, and be gave the alarm. The explosion blew off the outer door of the safe and before the yeggmen could blow open the inner doors they were frightened away by citizens. They did not succeed in getting to the money. Fulton Lead er. - Good Roads Meeting. The Tennesssee Highways Associa tion, Tennessee Division of the Nation al Highways Association, will present to the people of Obion County at Union City Mr. Z. D. Dunlap, Assistant Di rector General of the National Associa tion, who will be here to-morrcw, Sat urday, Nov. 28, to address our people and organize a club at 1:30 o'clock p.m. at the courthouse. Mr. Dunlap will be assisted by Mr. W. E..Myer, of Car thage, Tenn. The purpose is to crys tallize public sentiment in behalf of good roads and the general improve ment of education and other conditions. Everyone interested should be present. Call 150, Union City Ice fe Coal Co., when you want coal right now. . Mtelie Sake I will offer for sale to the highest bidder ednesday, December 9, 191 Vv Beginning: at 11 o'clock a. m; The following described Personal Property: Five head of Mules, 1 to 8 years old; two Mares, 'one Har ness and Saddle Horse, twelve head mixed Cattle, fifty head of Hogs, including sows and shoats, and one thoroughbred Duroc Boar; some Farming Implements, including Binder, Disc Harrow, Sulky Plow, V-Harrow, etc. Also some Household and Kitchen Furniture. This sale will be held at the W. J. WORD FARM, five miles south-west of Union City, and one mile south of Beech Church. TERMS OF SALE Eight months time, six per cent interest, with approved security. The Ladies' Missionary Society will. serve dinner on the grounds. W. S. WORD. J. G. SAUNDERS, Auctioneer. Christian Endeavor Home. The Christian Endeavor Home is now open to the young people of the town, and they are welcome to make free use of the borne at their pleasure. At a meeting held at the home on last Mon day evening Mrs. Sadie Chambers was elected matron and is in charge of the home. The open hours are from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday hours will be announced later. The young people are enthusiastic over this new enterprise and are taking advantage of it in increased numbers. Those responsible for the establishment of the home feel that it will fill a long felt want in Union City in providing for the young people a place of gather ing and amusement under the right kind of influences. A Thanksgiving social will be'given Friday evening in the home, for which committees on refreshments and enter tainment have been appointed, and are planning for the pleasure of the young folks on Friday night. The parents will be cordially welcomed at any time. Shoppers who come to Union City will be welcome to the home where they may rest, or read, or enjoy any of the privileges that are provided. Clerks may take advantage of the home during the noon hour, as it will be open during those hours, and will afford a nice quiet place where they may eat their lunch and rest awhil6 before going back to TENNESSEE MAN SUFFERED 40 J. X Castleman, of Dyer, Finds Hope Fulfilled Afer Passing Three-Score Years. J. T. Castleman, of Dyer, Tenn., suf fered from stomach derangements for forty years, taking all sorts of medicine, following all kinds of medical advice. In all that forty years, be said, he never had a real good day until he tried Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Rem edy. Then be discovered something. Let bis letter tell about it. "The first dose of Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy caused gall stones to pass from me. I am feeling much bet ter than I have ever before. I am 64 years old and had never before enjoyed one whole good day. "I would not give the one sample dose you sent me for all the drugs and doc tors' medicine that is made." Mr. Castleman 's experience is like their work. Donations of pictures, magazines, books, etc., are still in order and will be gratefully received and put to the very best use. .The home is opan to everyone who may wish to use it, re gardless of age. Frying Chickens 35c to 50c Each Means millions of dollars annually to the poultry growers of the United States. A big hen will bring a dollar, $12 for a dozen. Use B. A. Thomas' Poultry Remedy and grow bigger chickens get more egjjs. Guaranteed to cure and prevent Chicken Cholera by Frank C. Wehman. advt Injured by Falling Tree. Mr. Dave Glover, while out in the woods last Friday cutting some trees, was badly injured. One tree had been cut and it lodged in falling into another. The second tree was also cut and in fall ing Mr. Glover was struck by a limb on the back of the bead close to one ear. The accident took place near the borne of Mr. Glover at Crystal. He was car ried to bed and has been confined there with his injuries, supposed to involve a partial fracture of the skull, and, though not very, painful and not necessarily dangerous, it is thought, the physician has recommended him to remain very quiet in bis bed. Toe friends trust that Mr. Glover will soon be out again. Newest LaVallieres. Dietzel. YEARS; HAPPINESS IN A DAY that of thousands of others who have taken Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Rem edy. Old folks, and young folks alike praise it. Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy clears the digestive tract of mucoid ac cretions and removes poisonous matter. It brings swift relief to sufferers from stomach derangements, liver and intes tinal disorders. Many declare, it has saved them from dangerous operations; many are sure it has saved their lives. We want all people who bave chronic stomach trouble or constipation, do mat ter of bow long standing, to try one dose of Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Rem edy one dose will convince you. This is the medicine so many of our people have been taking with surprising results. The most thorough systsem cleanser ever sold. Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Rem edy is now sold here by Oliver's Red Cross Drug 8tore and druggists every where. . advt 4, Death of Mrs. Singer. Mrs. Singer, moth.er of Mr. Barney Singer, connected with the B. H. Whit ley grocery store, died after several month's illness at home in the city Wednesday morning, Dec. 24, 1914, at 1 o'clock a. m. Mrs. Singer is survived by two sons and one daughter. The re mains were interred Wednesday afUr noon at East View. In damp, chilly weather there is al ways a large demand for BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT because many peo ple who kDOW by experience its great relieving power in rheumatic aches and pains, prepare to apply it at the first twinge. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Oliver's Red Cross Drug 8tore. advt NOW IS THE TIME tp buy your winter is the best that comes to Union City At No. 150 and our wagon will be Mon the way." Union City Ice & Goal Go.