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Her "Second Love"
Tis a box of Johnston's
Chocolates, and she cannot .wait
' till her "first love" comes to thank
him for this thoughtful gift.
one of Johnston 'a packages do luxe,
compriaea three tray tn the yellow box
Original Dutch Bitter-Sweeta
SwiM-Style Milk Chocolate Creams ,
Whits Cherries in Cream
Chocolate Dipped
queenly sweetmeats, scientifically
made from nature' a richest bounty. Eat
John t ton' t and learn why we pay an
.extra fortune yearly for candy perfection.
Put up in 80c to $5.00 tin boxet. If
your dealer lain to Ripply you, wa
will torward, all charaai pre
paid, upon receipt at
tamps or money
Essandee's Cafe
Union City, Tenn.
When You Ask
Insist on getting what you pay for
and refuse counterfeits.
Bottled in the most sanitary and mod
ern bottling plant in the South.
The public is cordially invited to visit
our plant every day in the year.
By takingS
Firs, Tornado, Accident and Sick Benefit Insurance
Your family
By taking a policy in the Mutual Benefit Life
None better
White &
Real Estate
Memphis, Tenn., Sept. 26-0ct. 5, 1915
4.25 E N, C. & ST. L.
1 1 t
Tickets on sale Sept -26,
Return limit
Rev. Huey, of MaVtin, filled his
regular appointment here last Sat
urday and Sunday., , . , "
IIit. Cuariie O Neiif, of Tresevant,
iB the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Hefley and other relatives this week.
Misses Mattie . and Lou . Rena
Pruett spent .Saturday night witn
their sister, Mrs. Herman Howard,
of the Clayton vicinity.
Mrs. Josie Cox is visiting her
mother, Mrs. Sarah Pruett, this
week. ' .
y Mr. Bob Joyner, of near Harris,
motored over and' was accompanied
with a load of men and they all
went to Mud Creek bottom on a fish
ing trip. All had good luck and
lots of fun. '.
The school here is in fine progress,
over 100 in roll. . All the students
are well pleased with their teach
ers and are aiming to accomplish
much this term. -
We are glad to report that Mrs.
M. Honeycutt is getting along nice
ly after her operation.
Mrs. J. A. Hefley, Mrs. Chas.
O'Neill and Mrs. Martha Bryan spent
Monday with Mrs. Dicie Barksdale
at Union City.
Mrs. Tom Prather spent Monday
with Mrs. Felix Logan.
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Logan and
children spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Turner Pruett.
The stork visited the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Jim Wess Alexander Sun
day and left a fine baby boy.
The infant baby of Mr. and Mrs.
H. M. Ferguson is ill at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. Swan Burrus, of
Hickman, spent Tuesday , at the
home of Dr. Geo. Burrus.
Mr. and Mrs, Tom Rhoads return
ed Tuesday from a visit with home
folks at Dresden.
Miss Bess Logan went to Union
City Tuesday shopping.
Mrs. Mfcry Pruett and sister, Mrs.
Elwood - Logan, are visiting Mrs.
Herman Howard and attending the
Reelfoot meeting this week.
for a Bottle of
Say the name in full for your protection
against counterfeits
and Insurance
27, 28, 29. 30, Oct. 2, 3, 4.
October 5, 1915.
' Miss Grace Walker, -of Hagerstown,
lad., is the guest of Miss Berime Fox
this week: ."" ' - ,'' .' ' '
Miss Versie Edwards of Hornbeak, 1
was the week-end guest of Miss Benoie
Fox. ' , '- , . . ' '
Bob Fox and L. L. Nichols sped the
first of the week at Reelfoot Lake fish- i
ing and. hunting. They report some
fine fox hunting.
Kirk'and Whit Mathis, Forest Loyd:
and Earl Green, of Glass, and A. M.
Moultrie, of Obion, left Monday for
Nashville to attend the State Fair,
Postmaster G. B. Baird, of Obion,
and Ta Image King, of Elbridge, left for
Nashville Tuesday night to attend the
State postmasters convention.
Miss Inez Burcb, of Mason Hall, gave
a reading of the popular novel, "Peg o'
My Heart," at the Methodist Church
Friday evenidg to a small but appreci
ative audience. Miss Burch is a charm
ing young lady and a reader of far more
than ordinary ability. Those who failed
to attend missed a real treat.
Miss Lulee Jones, after an extended
visit at the home of her uncle, Dr.
Witherspoon, 6f Nashville, returned
home Tuesday, accompanied by her
cousin, Miss Louise Witherspoon, who
will visit here. '
Willie Ledbetter and wife, of Tru
men, Ark., arrived in Obion Friday
night for a visit with relatives. Mr,
Led&etter returned to Trumen Sunday,
but his wife- remained for a longer visit.
Among the number who attended the
fair at Union City Friday and Saturday
were the following: Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. Head, Mrs. J. F. Pope and daugh
ter, H. E. Campbell and wife, Misses
Jimmie Bittick, Ellen Fox, Inez Green,
Lena and Lara Davidson, Grace James,
Lucile Wall, Mrs. Bernice Van Huss
and Messrs. K. B. Baker, Lotus Erwin,
Fred Hailey, Earl Davidson, Clarence
Fentress, Laus Puckett, Charles Price,
McKinley Neeley, Fred Johns, Harris
McClure, R. A. Ledbetter, J. C. Cason,
Tom Starnes and Polk McDonald.
J. Chalmers Cason was a visitor in
Covington Sunday.
Dr. Carter reports the birth of a fine
10-pound boy to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Voss on the 16th iust.
Mr. and Mrs, W. H. Francis, who
have been living at Samburg for some
time, where Mr. Francis was engaged
in the fish business, departed for Colum
bus, Ohio, Friday night, where they
will reside. Mr. Francis has disposed
of his business at Samburg and will en
gage in construction work at Columbus.
V. J. Johns, wife and childremand
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Moore visited at
the "washout" near Tiptonville Sunday.
A meeting will begin at the Christian
Church to-night. Elder E. A. Elam,
of Lebanon, Tenn., will do the preach
ing. Elder Elam is well known here,
having conducted a meeting here some
time since.
The Epworth League of the Metho
dist Church went out to the county farm
Sunday afternoon and conducted a ser
vice there which was very much enjoyed
by the inmatesof the institution as well
as many of the people of the surround
ing community who attended. Tbete
were about forty of the Leaguers pres
ent, under the direction of the presi
dent,. E. E. Burtou, and chaperoned by
Mesdames Light, Chiles and Nolen. G.
M. Steele and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Cor
ley also attended.
J. C. Isbell and daughter, Mrs.
Parnell Garrigan, and children at
tended a family reunion at Moscow
the second Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Will D. Flack and
children, of Crockett, were recent
visitors in this community.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Isbell are visit
ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Gordon Isbell near Terrell.
Mrs. J. I. Wheeler and Misses Ollie
and Ruby Preuett have returned af
ter a week's visit at the home of
Mrs. Wheeler's parents near Padu
cah. Miss Varene Logan spent a few
days at the home of her sister, Mrs.
Clarence Henshaw, recently.
Mrs. C. L. Harris and children are
spending a few days at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Reaves near
M. F. Garrigan, who has been
very sick for a -few days, is improv
ing. Miss Nelle Marshall, of Union City,
spent Sunday with homefoks.
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Harris and
children, of Fulton, visited relatives
here Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Pattie Wilson, of Crescent
neighborhood, has returned home
after a week's visit at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Preuebt.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Cunningham
and little daughter spent Saturday
night at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Isbell.
Mrs. Lela Williams spent Satur
day and Sunday with homefolks.
- Mr. Dick Crawford and family
have returned after a few days visit
with relatives near Fulton.
' ; V RIVES.
Mrs. Jas. Scoggins, Mrs. Earl Bry
son and Mr. and Mrs. Mel Smith went
over to Union City Wednesday shop
ping. Mrs. Ora Brown is in Nashville for a
few days.
The fall equinoxial rains began Satur
day with a heavy downpour, followed
Monday by a two inch deluge.
. Mesdames T. P. Callicott, Moss Fisher,
Jerry Spikes, Geo. Botts and T. A. Cum
mings and Miss Jessie Callicott spent
Wednesday in the county seat shopping-
The Bryson home in Moore addition
is being enlarged and otherwise im
proved. .
Mrs. Leslie Shore is spending the
week-end with relatives at Glass.
Mrs. Allan Wade, o( Rome, Ga., is
here for a month's visit with relatives.
Since Saturday Master William Orr,
Jr., is permanently domiciled in Rev.
and Mrs. W. 0. Weir's heart aud home.
Adolphus Thorne and family left Sat
urday for Midland, Texas, to locate.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. J. Powell, of Chi
cago, were recent guests of Hon. and
Mrs. T. J. Bonner.
Miss Bennie Fox, of Obion, we un
derstand, begins her work here the first
of October as musical instructor.
The faculty will receive patrons and
friends of the school Friday afternoon
at half-past two. The Parent-Teachers
Circle will be reorganized, with a whirl
wind campaign that every patron be
come a member of this social feature
of the school. We have the building
and a co-operative faculty. Are you
interested to attend these end-of-the-
month programs and make for success
of school plans.
R. L. Harper went down to Dyer
Wednesday to attend Obion Presbytery
of the C. P. Church which convenes
nearby, at Mount Olive.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Mitchell are at
tending the State Fair. While away
they will also visit relatives at Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs. Moss Fisher were week
end visitors of Mr. Fisher's parents in
Columbus, Ky.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Byrd visited in
Paducah the first of the week. Mr
Byrd seeks the services of an eye special
ist for a wound of several month's stand
As October 1, a red letter day in the
public schools, to be known as Library
Day, comes so early after Health Day,
the 24th- inst., they will be combined
and form the greater part of to-day's
(Friday) afternoon program. Our phy
sicians have been invited to give talks
along the lines of health. Miss Fox
comes up especially from Obion to at
tend and will give several piano inter
pretations. Library conditions will be
Rev. Burgess Cunningham Sabbath
morning begins his year's work with
theC. P. Church. In the evening Rev.
Cunningham has graciously given way
for the Missionary Society program.
Mesdames T. P. Callicott, W. J. Cald
well and Moss Fisher will attend the
34th annual session of the Woman's
Christian Temperance Union in conven
tion at Martin October 1-4 as delegates.
Other members and delegates will go
over to Martin for part of the program.
Mr. Hopper, of Mason Hall, has
moved into the Warren residence in
Moore addition.
Lee Wade has lately put inv a defp
well, reaching water at 127 feet. The
water stands more than 90 feet in the
pipe and is soft.
W. E. Shropshire, as commission fruit
merchant, is handling large quantities
of luscious red and golden apples and
pears by the wagou load. Three wagon
loads of apples, with side boards on,
were reported brought in from the
Hauser farm Tuesday.
Colic in Horses.
Farris' Horse Colic Remedy is simply
dropped on the tongue through a medi
cine dropper. It has a proven record
of 59 cures in 60 cases. The woman
folks can give it. Get a 50c bottle and
be safe. Sold by Frank C. Wehman.
Mrs. Wni. Stewart has returned
from Fulton, where she has been
visiting her father, R. T. Milner.
Miss Lucy Bowman left Monday
for Jackson, where she will attend
M. C. F. I.
Mr. Paul Leeper left Sunday for
Spring Hill, where he will enter
Bramham-Hughes School.
Bob Bright was a business visitor
in Trimble Tuesday.
Mr. Bob Taylor is inNashville at
tending the fair.
Miss Johnnie May 'Norton was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Burney King
in Union City Sunday.
H. T. Wallace was a visitor in
Obion Sunday.
A. H. Metz, of Union City, was a
business visitor here Monday.
- Mr. and Mrs. J. O. ' Bennett are
Gasoline Engines and Wagons
Two-horse Wagon, complete with bed made out K 5 (If)
of good seasoned material for piJiJJJ
Have in stock one 3-4 H. P. Water Cooled Gaso- -27 f(
line Engine at bargain price of PJvl
See us for estimates on Plumbing, Water Systems, Lighting
Plants, Etc., for your home. We guarantee to give satisfaction.
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the proud parents of a fine baby girl.
Gid O. Jackson, of the News-Ban
ner force at Union City, spent Sun
day here.
Mr. Kinnie Roberts, of Polk,
spent Sunday here.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Moffatt, of
Obion, were here Sunday the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Moffatt.
Miss Sula Riddick, of Paducah,
spent a few days last week with
Miss Frankie Turnage.
Mrs. W. Crockett and daughter,
Miss Sallie, are visiting in Glass.
If your child is pale and sickly, picks
at tbe nose, starts in the sleep and
grinds the teeth while sleeping, it is a
sure sign of worms. A remedy for these
parasites will be found in WHITE'S
clears out the worms, but it restores
health and cheerfulness. Price 2oc per
bottle. Sold by Oliver's Red Cross
Drug Store. Adv.
Best Ever.
The sea looks lovely day by day.
The hills thrill some.
But nothing that you see away
Can equal home.
Cures Hog Cholera.
B. A. Thomas' Hog Powders Las a
record of 95 cures out of every hun
dred. The makers of this medicin-
say they know what it will do and aue
thorize us to guarantee a w per cent
cure. This means that if B. A. Thomas'
Hog Powders do not cure 90 per cent
of your hogs it does not cost you a
penny. Better look into this right now.
Remember we do the guaranteeing.
Sold by Frank C. Webman. Adv.
In Memoriam.
The subject of this sketch, E. Lowe,
was born in New Orleans, February,
1844. Enlisting in the Confederate Ar
my at such an early age, he had to en
list under an assumed name. After the
war, proficient in telegraphy he entered
tbe employ of the Mobile & Ohio Rail
road at Rives, both as operator and
agent in 1868, which position he held
for. more than twenty years. Feeble
health and impaired eye-sight forcing
him, reluctantly he exchanged his rail
way service for farm life. And there
he passed the greater part of his de
clining years with his beloved wife, nee
Fanny McAlister, reading the works of
Huxly, Spencer, Tyndal and Emerson.
A soldier, he was gallant and patriot
ic; a railway official, faithful and effi
cient; in masonry a martinet; in faith
and belief an Unitarian, and in private
life ruggedly honest, and an urbane
Requiescat in pacem. O. H. C.
Yellow complexion, pimples and dis
figuring blemishes on the face or body
can be gotten rid of doctoring the liver.
which is torpid. HERBINE is a power
ful liver correctant. It purifies the sys
tem, stimulates the vital organs, and
puts the body in fine vigorous condi
tion. Price 50c. Sold by Oliver's Red
Cross Drug Store. Adv.
in the rarK.
"I enjoy speed. A fast automobile
run like this is as stimulating as a
glass of brandy." . v
"Um. And here comes a cop as a"
chaser." , .4

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