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. - ! .' : " ' i - . : .''.--.:.-.... ;: - .-. I fT!L4.' j3U,ll" Obion Presbytery. , , j, VTrv i If Baptist Revival Tent aoting! ....BEGINNING... SUNDAY) SEPT. 1 9 EVANGELISTS J. B. DEGARMA Obion Presbytery Obion Presbytery of the Cumber land Presbyterian Church will meet at Mount Olive church near Dyer on the 21st inst. Colic in Horses. Farris' Horse CnUn RmuH ; d,-,!.. urODDeu On the toncmp th - - - uvum U UJ5UI- cine droDDer. It h of 59 cures in 60 cases. The woman folks can give it. Got 5fin lwtia n , . " " wwv VlIV nuu be safe. Sold by Frank C. Wehman. --Adv. C P. Church. Regular services Sunday at 11 a. and 7:30 p. m. Subjects:, 11 a. "Universal Vanity," 7:30 d. m.. "The Story." The evening subjects are on the Bible. Public cordially invited. ' -AND- T.T. MARTIN SINGER F. J. HARRELL Good Music. Gospel Preaching. CO M E ! For prompt and careful service call V.E. Walters TransferGo. Prepared to move anything Telephones: 564, 42 and 1 6 Land Sale. V. 0. Jordan et als. , - . --vs. G. W. Phebus et als. No. 970. In Chancery Court at Union City, Tenn. In obedience to a decree of the Chan cery Court at Union City, Tenn., made at the April term, 1915, in the above styled case, I will, on SATURDAY, THE 25TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1915, at Union City, in front of the' east door of the courthouse in said town, sell to - the highest and best bidder the property in said decree described, being a oue half undivided interest in a certain tract of land lying and being in Fourth Civil District of Obion County, Teon., and described as follows: Beginning at a sUke in W'. VV. Ag new 's northwest corner in VV. V. Car. ter's south boundary line and runs thence west id poles with said Carter's line to a stake, his southwest corner; thence nortn with his. west boundary line 55. poles to the Rives and Troy road; thence - west with said road to the east boundary line of the right-of-way of the Illinois central itaiiroaa; thence southwest with said line of s&id ri?ht-of-wnv 75 nnlea tn a stake in the north boundary line of tne o. is. Agnew home place; thence west 2 poles to the northwest corner of saia . n,. Agnew tract; thence south 90 and 1-5 poles to a stake, Starnes' southeast corner and Mrs. Whiteside's line; theqce east with said Mrs. White side's line 93 poles and 12 links to a stake, the said W. VV. Agnew's south west corner; thence north with VV. VV. Agnew's west boundary line 90 and 1-5 poles to the beginning, containing 69 acres more or less. . Terms of Sale: Sale will be made to the highest bidder for cash, free from the equity of redemption. This 1st day of September, 1915. GEO. A. GIBBS, Clerk aud Master, i A. J. Harpole. Solicitor. ' Friday Night's Program. At the Reynolds Theatre to-night, friday, , the sixteenth episode of "The Diamond From the Sky" will be shown in connection with three other good reels. Prices 5 and. 10 cents. Saturday Night's Show. Ai tne jtteynoias upera House a special two-reel Keystone film, fea turing "Fatty" and Mable Normand in the funniest picture ever made. entitled "Fatty and Mable's Simnle Life." It's a laugh from start to finish. Three other reels also shown. Five big feature reels. Prices 5 and 10 cents. Yellow comnlexion. nimnlps and dis figuring blemishes on the face or body can be gotten rid of doctoring the liver, which is tornid. HERBINE is a nnwer- ful liver correctant. It purines the sys tem. Stimulates the vital orsrans and puts the body in fine vigorous condi tion. Price 50c. Sold bv Olivor's Tied Cross Drug Store. Adv. ' - - t Methodist Dinner. The Woman's Missionary Society of the M. E. Church will serve din ner each day at the Union City fair for 25 cents. Ice cream cones at the same place the band stand near the Woman's Buildiusr. First dav in charge of by Mesdames Miles and Allen. Second day, Mesdames Beck and Mosier. Third day, Mesdames Elam and Massey. Fourth day Mesdames W. L. White and Harris DOING THEIR DUTY. Scores of Union City Readers are Learning the Duty of the Kidneys. To filter, the blood is the kidnevs' auxy. . When they fail to do this the kidneys are weaK. Backache and other kidney ills may I01IOW. Help the kidneys do their work. Use Doan's Kidnev Pills the tested kidney remedy. Union City people endorse their worth. Mrs. J. G. Escue. 420 North Third street, Union City, says: "One of the younger members of the family had weak kidnevs. There was no control over the kidney secretions and bed-wet- 101 tins' mas mmmnn Tlio rl;irl rv.-1 large, nlained nf nains irn tlio chr.nl, lore and had headaches. Doan's Kidney erings unless by special invitation ruis tonea un tne cm a s system and i ne siosran or the w. c. t tt is removed all symptoms of kidnev trou- "Aeitate. educate and nrraniw ble. There has never been an v return ivrioa nQr,; t attack. I also had a lot of trouble L,, : f mm mw L'lH noire Mtp Konb- nnlrl I verely and I had headaches and dizzv spells. Doan's Kidney Pills relieved all symptoms in a short time." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't sim ply ask for a kidney remedy get HIVES. Mr and. Mrs. F. J. Smith and son. J. G., were here for services Sabbath and were guests of Prof, and Mrs. S. B. Hays Walter B.' Caldwell comes in Sat urday for a ten days visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cald well, before returning to Vander- bilt. , ' Mr. and Mrs. Pybas Rogers, of Troy, and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Mc Caw, of Union City, were week-end visitors in the home of James Mc Caw. ' . Mrs. Walter McCord was up Mon day, placing her son, J. C, in school. Mr. and Mrs. Selmo Harris and Miss Rebecca McKinnis were here Sabbath The beautiful home of Mr. Walter Warren is rapidly being finished in side and out, and makes a fine ad for a corn-fed district. The farmers are again very busy since the weather conditions im proved; O. H. Clemmons is saving hay, while others are making sor ghum or hulling clover seed. Road making is also noticably being exe cuted The . road leading due west out of town had about metamor phosed into a water highway, but patience brings reward and your turn may come next for a niece of the good road building, The school opened . Monday with an enrollment of 108. We feel sure this number will increase, some being out on account of sickness The attendance of visitors broke the record. Three' minister were pres ent, Revs. Oates, who is conducting the tent meeting, made a splendid address. Excellent talks were made by Hon. T. J. Bonner, Prof. S. B Hays and Rev. W. O. Weir. The latter also conducted the devotional exercises. ivirs. .Laura Hutcherson, here a few days of the past week, is visit ing near Obion, guest of Mrs. Hugh McDonald. ivir. Lutner Monat motored over from Obion with his family Sab bath for church services. Miss Sal- lie Reeves was also of the party. Miss Aletha Bonner and Miss May Ward attended to some shopping in Union City Tuesday. lit. i. ,r. uaincott was over in the county seat Monday looking af ter his interests as applicant for the office of county physician. Dr. Cal ncott has had considerable exper ience with contagious disease, there fore can ably fill the position Mr. and Mrs. McNeill, of Gurley Ala., are 'here for a two weeks visit with their son, Mayor McNeill. Our people are appreciating the ministration of Rev. J. L. Oates, of Yorkville, South Carolina. Mr. Oates has a splendid delivery and an em phatic force in expounding his sub jects tnat drive the nail home The local W. C. T. U. Wednesday of last week was hostess to the coun ty organization in convention. With the exceptions of regret coming from Obion and Troy the delegates were There is a mistaken' idea that only members can attend these gath- Mi Goods HAT III' Goods Corum Ei Jackson's in music. Miss Fox finished music at Boston Conservatory and comes well recommended. Number Seven union was over for the W. C. T. TT. convention and pan Uoan s Kidney Pills the same that tured the highest office, Mrs. Floy Mrs. Escue had. Foster-Milburn Co.. 23-3t Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv unanimously elected Full value for your money . A little better value than most offer That's what you will find in our Fall Stock Carter being as president. Mrs. Nan Moffat has come in home from Obion Students from Number Seven en tering High School here Monday .were James Carter and sister, Leila May, Lurline Bullington, Wade Shipp and sister, Lida, Archie Phil lips. . J. S. Bean; a well known resident of this district some fifteen years and an ex-Confederate soldier, seriously ill at his residence in north Rives. Immediate relatives out of town have been called in. Miss Eleanora Bryan, of Number Seven, was over Monday putting her little brother, Mike, and sister, Kath leen, in school. We notice some very fine lumber being hauled out for the new bunga low home of Justice of the Peace Jim Albert Howard. Medona Bonner and family came in Saturday for a ten days visit with Hon. and Mrs. T. J. Bonner. J. A. COBLE- . JOE ROGERS DAN GLENN ' A. B. COBLE UNION CITY, TENN. Cures Hog Cholera, R. A . Tlinmao' XXtn PAmrlara Vi a a a recora Of yo cures out of everv hiin dred. ' The makers nt this medinin say they know what ii will do and aue thorize us to guarantee a 90 per cent cure. This means that if B. A. Thomas' Hog Powders do not cure 90 per cent oi your hogs it does not cost you a penny. Better look into this riht now. Remember we do the guaranteeing. Sold by Frank C. Wehman. Adv. Get your grates repaired now and avoid the rush. We build brick I mantels. T. L. Bransford & Sons. Every express, every freight and everv mail brino-.q ns something new in fall goods. In our Ready-to-Wear Department: New Suits. Dresses. Coats, Skirts and Shirt Waists.x In Suits: We are showino- dozens anH Anwnc rf cf1c including the Box Coat, fur trimmed: Norfolk semi-fitterl' belted effects and the Fitted Coats in lengths to snit the style, from 24 to 36 inches: all with beautiful Skirts tn.matrh. that are not too narrow or too wide, but just right this season. Our prices are more reasonable than ever, as we evnert to sell more than ever. Our Dresses are very attractive, as well as servirenble and made of serge and silk combination- and all silk. Shirt Waists: We are goine to make a sDecialtv of Shirt Waists this season. We are now showino- a complete line of wash o-onds s well as silk, georgette crepe and crepe de chines. Have just secured the exclusive agency for the celebrated Wirthmor" Waists at $1.00 Welworth" Blouses at $2.00 64' 44' These are the greatest wash waists on the market at the price. Come in and help us make this our banner season Ur so doing you will help yourself by being stylishly dressed and at a lower price. c orom acksoi CAMPGROUND. Miss Myrtle Cunningham and sis ter, Ruth, visited Mrs. Butts Friday Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Farrior, Mr and Mrs. Sam Marshall. Mr. and Mrs. Emmitt Pervis and Mrs. W. R Hamsley spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Marshall. Mr. and Mrs. John Hicks spent Sunday with Mr. 'and Mrs. Neal Glover. Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Harris are the proud parents of a new girl. She has been named Mary Francis. Mr. Bob Caldwell and wife, of near Petersburg, Tenn., visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Barnes recently. Mrs. Nan Harmon spent Monday with Mrs. J. W, Barnes. Miss Glenn Rochelle, of Troy, spent Friday night , with Mrs. Sam Marshall. Miss Lovie Vail returned home Saturday after several weeks visit with her sister, Mrs. W. D. Tune, Miss Virgie Puckett, of near Glass. visited her sister, Mrs. Tom Harris, recently. Mr. and Mrs. Eurie Toombs enter tained Saturday night. with an ice cream supper. W. H. Walker is in Union City. Mrs." J. H. Luker is reported no better. D. B. Huey left last week to at tend the 'Panama Exposition. He means to visit other points in Cali fornia. Mesdames R. L. Howell and N. M. Farrior were in Obion Tuesday. Mrs. Joe McCauley and Miss Josie Morris visited relatives at Moriah Tuesday. Mr. Dave Edwards, of Mid die Ton. nessee, is visiting relatives here. Mesdames George Nolan and Tom Tankerslay, of Obion, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tolan spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. J. W. Barnes. T. P. Darnall. Mr. T. P. Darnall died at his hom in Hickman, Ky., Sept. 6 of paralysis. He was 58 years of age. a member of the Christian Church. His for mer home was at Hornbeak, from which place he moved to Hickman i . ieu years ago. He leaves a wife and seven chUdren and one brother, J. VV. Darnall, of Hornbeak. His remains were tal en to Browns ville Cemetery near Hickman. Funer al services were conducted by Rev. John R. Williams, of Hornbeak. State of Ohio, City of Toledo,? J,ucas county. Prnnlr T Dimmv mnVaA w.k L. : . .j 1.11. a. i j Ml lu Ultll lit. IB OCU1UI partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co.. doing tmsinfi. i n .Via ("it.. A TaUJa .1 ".... . " ..j .umu, ..wi.ii Hint ouiic aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum bf nufluEU DUM.AK5 tor each and every nf Cntnprh that rhnnnt Km Mima K . t. . of HAIA'S CATARRH CURE. FRANK J. CHENEY. ence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1883. a.-,! . A. W. UI.JJASON, v ' Notary Public. . ... . . uinu luictuttll, NIIU acts directly upon the blood and mucous sur- iuccs oi ine system, aena ror testimonials, tree. 4, r. j. tiii.iNjur & cu., Toledo, O. 9ld by all Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Only Fords admitted at Lasater's Hospital. Death at Polk. After an illness of some weeks Mrs. Francis Rebecca Nichols, aged 73, beloved wife of J. H. Nichols, died Friday morning, Sept. 3, 1915, at her home in Polk. Mr. and Mrs. Nichols were married about 45 years ago in Middle Ten nessee, coming to this county short ly afterwards. Two children were born, Fred, who died about four months ago in Prescott, Ark., and Mrs. John Phillips, of Polk. Mrs. Nichols was one of the best known and highly esteemed women of that little city, and her death is a blow to many. Her. life had been the simplest. purest and sweetest expressions, which breathed forth a generous and wholesome spirit. In public and private walks of life Mrs. Nichols had retained a dignity that won confidence and esteem. Deceased embraced faith in a lov ing Saviour and cast her lot with the Methodist congregation some years ago. She was known by her manr friends as a devoted wife and moth er, a tender, confiding companion and friend. The funeral was held at the resi dence by Rev. T. P.'Presslv. of Trov. and the interment was made at Sar- dis Cemetery. Jnst received car Lehieh Portland Cement and car common cement for cistern work. T. L. Bransford & Sons. WW i f -1 'Sf . '.f I1! I v . i l "I