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American women have found that
Queen Quality Shoes make it
impossible to judge footwear by the
price paid for it. Queen Quality
style is priceless.
Queen Quality comfort is invalvable. Queen
Quality shoes demonstrate that comfort and the
very best style can be successfully combined in a
shoe.
$3.50 to $6.00
W. G. Clagett Co.
OBION COUNTY QUARTERLY
COURT,
f .
ORDERS.
D. S. Woods, constable in No. li,
resigned and J. H. Nichols elected to
11 unexpired term.
Mrs. Elizabeth Nelson, pauper, al
lowed $5.00 to pay for conveyance to
friends.
(Sixty dollars was allowed John Dyer
and Ada Dyer for one year's mainten
ance, payable quarterly. C. M. Mont
gomery named as trustee.
."J. P. Nichols is permitted to peddle
without a license.
Notaries public appointed: Chas. W.
Miles, Jr., Miss Blanche Roberts, Thos.
J. BoDner, C. O. Earner, S. M. Fields,
Hifnter Elam, C. V. Jones.
W. J. Lowe ordered to build levee
from Walnut Grove school to I. C. R.
K., cost not to exceed $100. .
H. H. Sellars appointed commissioner
to look after McConnell-Fulton levee.
Leonard Slaydon, col., is released from
jpaying poll tax and road work.
Morilla Wells, Jim Wicker and R. J.
Long were allowed $40.00 each for
maintenance, same to be paid in quar
terly installments.
' County Judge authorized to appoint
a committee to ascertain amount of re
pairs necessary on Clark Lane levee,
and to add land to said levee.
S. R. Bratton, J. C. Isbell and R.
Polk appointed a committee to investi
gate as to the advisability of providing
betterl quarters for County Judge's
office and report to the January term.
Of H. Clemmons, J. H. Pryor and J.
F, Holloway , appointed to have steel
bridge built over Davidson Creek, near
Polk, between Nos. 4 and 6.
J. P. Cloar authorized to build bridge
in No. 10, near L. Maupin's home, not
to cost over $75.00.
Ordered that Mrs. Emily Alexander
be paid $60 per year, quarterly, to the
. trustee, Frank Lawson.
Ordered that Albert Hunt, col., be
paid $30 per year to P. H. Carroll,
trustee.
Zilpa Riddle was allowed $60 per year
Jtor maintenance.
John Piillips was released from road
work and taxes for 1915.
Ora Farley was allowed $60 for main
tenance, paid to J. F. Holloway, trus
tee, quarterly.
Ordered that the funds of the Hollo
way School be divided between the Polk,
Hives and Harper's Valley schools.
Ordered that the Trustee be credited
with delinquent taxes, double assess
merits, errors, etc., a list of wihch was
filed, amounting to $6,346.10.
County Court Clerk ordered and em
powered to borrow from different county
banks the Bum of $12,000, the amount
of the deficit now in Bight, at six per
cent interest, the same to be due and
payable on the first day of March, 1916.
; REVENUE REPORT.
Funds in Trustee's possession:
County funds $ 527.61
School, unapportioned 7,629.08
Road, unapportioned 680.57
Bridge funds 965.96
" fedad, due districts " 8,069.88
School, due districts 29,718.66
V Drainage funds --. . 529.15
Total $48,120.91
APPROPRIATIONS.
Cbas. Page, Don Hamilton,
J. E. Cochran, Otis Adams,
Dee Shaw, Gaitber Jones,
holding April election at
Samburg, $1.00 each $
Henry Moffett, revenue com
missioner J. C. Potter, revenue com
missioner -
McAdoo Construction Co.,
material for Memphis-to-Paducab
highway
Birmingham Metal Products
Co., material for Memphis-to-Paducah
highway, two
accounts
F. C. Redditt, material and
labor Paducah-to-Memphis .
highway
Enloe Chiles, D. S., waiting
on court .
J. W. Leathers, conveying
prisoners
W. T. Matbis, sheriff, board
prisoners, August
W. T. Matbis, sheriff, board
prisoners, July
W. T. Mathis, sheriff board
prisoners, extra workhouse
W. T, Matbis, sheriff, board
prisoners, September
Hardy & Glass, mdse., jail..
J. M. Campbell, conveying
jury committee to county
farm '
Semones&Son, plumbing
C. S. Talley, transcript new
court law
F. C. Wehman, mdse.
Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co.
mdse. '.:
Melvin Coal Co., coal for jail
Union City Ice & Coal Co.,
coal and kindling .
The Spergler Mfg. Co., sup
plies ..
The Toggery, mdse. .
D. P. Caldwell, mdse.
J. A. Coble, Jr., mdse t
E. P. Grissoii), mdse.
The News-Banner, delinquent
tax list, eight districts
The News-Banner, printing
for County Superintendent
The Commercial, printing
Marshall & Bruce, printing
for Election Commission'rs
Marshall & Bruce, office sup
plies Brandon Printing Co., office
supplies
Union City Printing Co.,
printing for Sheriff
Uuion City Printing Co.,
printing for Circuit Clerk.
C. S. Talley, tax books and
account
J. J. Jackson, lumber
L. J. Gray.
Hardy & Glass, mdse
J. B. Coley, work on bridge
,in No. 7..
J. A. Eskew, land for road
in No. 3
M. M. Tune, bridge work in
No. 6
T. P. Finch and W. J. Hop
per, levee in No. 11
Milt Griffin, bridge work in
No. 6 -
Vincennes Bridge Co., new
Cane Creek bridge
G. N. Owens, road work
H. C. Corley, dray age
Roe Thomas, washout work
in No. 12 -
J. M. Foster, bridge work in
No. 8
R. H. Kelley, surveying--,--W.
D. Perry, repairs on road
in No. 15
Joe Flemming, bridge work
in No. 9
Joe Flemming, painting
bridge in No. 9
R. W. Marshall, painting
bridge in No. 6
Claud. King, painting bridge
in No. 6
Louis Gray, bridge work in
NO. 1
6.00
25.00
15.00
544.20
334.32
492.70
2.00
15.00
177.20
212.80
43.00
449. CO
4.00
2.25
141.05
3.25
,63.85
25.87
17.25
64.65
5.38
2.60
.75
21.80
3.75
32.00
2.00
49.85
26.28
270.10
33.14
o.OO
29.50
796.45
26.80
5.00
3.75
10.80
40.00
11.75
40.00
5.00
1,200.00
30.00
1.00
25.90
120.00
.15.00
; 2.60
39.25
50.00
34.50
41.50
. -: 4.oo
B. B. Jonakin, bridge work
in No. 16
Arch Fou'ks, bridge work in
No. 1 .'
Garrett & Fuzzell, ; lumber,
No. 7
T. W. Dunlap, land for road
in No. 7
S, F. Howard, surveying in
No, 7
H. P. Yandell, bridge work
in No. 16
J. H. Callis, land for road in
No. 6
J. C. Potter, land for road ip
No. 1
N..P. Bizwell, bridge work
in No. 7 - ...
T. M. King, bridge work in
No. 8
Bruce Kirkman, levee, No.13
Geo. P. Moody, levee work
in No. 13..
W. C. Kelley. surveying two
levees ......
H. M. Golden, surveying one
leveel
Ross Brown, bridge work in
No. 6
W. B. Anderson, land for
road in No. 6
W. J. Irwin, lumber for
bridge, No. 6
O. T. Buckley, bridge work,
tNo. 6
C. T. Dyer, painting steel
bridges
G. A. Gibbs, C. & M., bill of
costs i...
J. R. Avants, lumber, No. 9
A. J. Burton, bridge work in
No. 9 ........
J. W. Scaff, painting bridge.
S. T. Denton, levee work in
; . No. 12 1
H. A. Tune, clearing drifts..
Shore & Phebus, nails, etc...
The Eclipse Paint Co., paint
, for bridges in Districts Nos.
14, 15, 6 and 12..-. .--
Ross Brown, bridge work in
No. 6
J. T. Coley, land for road in
No. 7 :
P. W. Long, bridge work in
No. 6
Forcum-Jame8 Cooperage
Co., labor, No. 6
Y. Y. Phillips, levee work in
No. 6
Geo. Leight, work on right-
of-way
Abe Crittendon, repairing
bridge, No. 7
J. Q. Vancleave, bridge work,
No. 5
Lum Smith, bridge work in
No. 5
G. F. Remley, painting
bridge. No. 3
J. E. Touchstone, painting
bridge, No. 12
W. H. Nichols, land for road
No. 11 ,
R. D. Gray, bridge work No.l '
E. Isbell, hauling .......
P. Adams, levee repairs,'
No. 1 V
John Kilgore, bridge lumber
W. T. Young Bridge Co.,
bridge near Gibbs 1
Union City Lumber Co.,
lumber for jail
McCowat-Mercer Printing
Co., books ..
Sion H. Williams, pauper
coffin
Dave Porter, tax refund
Midland Chemical Co., mdse.
for jail
W. M. Miles, election com
missioner J. E. Cox, election commis
sioner G. A. Nagle, election com
missioner ...
The Tennessee Metal Culvert
Co., pipe, No. 12
W. M. Miles, telepeone and
election commissioner
Hiitcheus & Averett, mdse.
pest house..
Home Furniture Co., mdse..
J. M. DeBow, holding exam
ination A. C. Nute, holding exam
ination S. R. Bratton, inquest
J. G. Saunders, serving pa
pers Enloe Chiles, serving papers
W. J. Briggs, D. A. Luten,
Jerry Cloar, W. W. Mays,
Ben Akin, Dr. F. M. Mc
Ree, R. T. Roberts, G. B.
Driskill, J. E. Campbell,
W. S. Mabry, R. E. Craig,
G. S. Stone, jurors hold
Trumbo inquest, $3 each..
White's, pauper coffin and
expenses '
J. A. Hassell, tax refund,
county portion
Dr. A. J. Skiles, inquest "
P. H. Connell, inquest
Dr. J. B. Bond, inquest
W. W. Mays, inquest
Western Hospital for Insane,
occount for patients
Dr. J. B. Bond, County
Health Officer
Oliver's Drug Store, mdse...
C. H. Bruer, building bridge
in No. 3. ...V.
W.S.Barnett, building bridge
across Paw Paw Creek.".'
Will Parish, levee work ...
W. C. Kelly, civil engineer
ing -7
G. H. Davis, work on drain
age levee .
Ernest James, work Mud
Creek levee
L. A. Ward, repairing trestle
Obion River-. ,
Elbert Tilghman, bridge re
pairs, No. 8
J. B. Thompson, bridge la
bor, No. 8
M. V. Bruce, bridge lumber,
Kenton levee j. :
Eclipse Paint Co., paint for
No. 3 - v
J. A: Sanders, new bridge..
10.00 1)1)
8.00 HI .mm
' 10.72 h 1 1 f"
60.25 HI U I
2.50 III -
10.90 J
20.00 L
19.50 HI I
13.50 llll
30.20 I I
16005 Birr
210.00 Nil Dig
:::
io.oo llll
24.20 Nil
20.00 Nil
51.20 HI!
18.05 IHI
24.00
I"'
Lined
Suits from
$1010135
ur Lined Dresses from S I 3-5 fo 825
line Ladies', blisses' and Children's Suits
25.00
58.75
33.25
5.00
3.25
332.00
12.50
32.00
25.00
93.00
185.75
15.00
1.50
,7.50
2.50
44.00
36.00
.6.50
!'4.50
.45.62
160.21
39.37
,499.00
18.85
12.00
9.00
;2.oo
83.00
25.00
10.00
10.00
39.60
2.68
17.85
' 3.00
. 8.00,
' 8.00
5.00
' 3.00
: 3.75
American Lady Corsets
Union Suits for Ladies'. Misses' and Children
36.00
16.50
5.00
5.00
; 5.00
5.00
418.50
111.00 !
28.10
225.00
355.00
220.00
'5.00
215.00
i 32.28
84.08
; 24.25
6.12
9.00
54.00
140.00
ThelTA
Co.
A, E. Caldwell, freight on
paint
W. Via, paint brushes
W. Puckett, painting bridges
Forrest Floyd, painting
bridges, No. 14
Dr. J. W. Yarbrough, trus
tee fund
W. A. Parrish, new bridge,
No. 7
Frank Smith, bridge work,
No. 5
J. L. Pickle, treasurer South
Fulton, appropriation for
bridges
Eclipse Paint Co., paint for
No. 9
Mrs. Elizabeth Nelson, pau
per allowance .
Circuit Court expense," Sep
tember term
Criminal Court expense, Sep
tember term --
4.00
4.15
18.00
18.00
20.00
54.25
5.00
1,000.00
59.00
5.00
1,079.35
- 37.10
J. P. ATTENDANCE.
D. Corum...- - $3.00
T. Owens 4-20
W. H. Sanders - 4.40
J. C. Isbell 4.00
E. Caldwell 5.40
F. Kersey - 5.00
F. Holloway 4.20
P. Palmer 4.20
. E. Shropshire 4.20
A.
J.
J.
T.
W
W. L. Williams 7.50
S. M. Fields 7.50
Dr. J. W. Yarbrough 7.80
G. R. McDade 5.40
J. T. Lasley 5.40
W. H. Pyle 5.40
H. H. Hunt - 4.30
J. A. Howard - 5.00
P.H.Carroll 6.20
W. A. Mydiett 3.40
C. M. Montgomery o.faO
W. H, Cutler 10.60
H. B. Flemming - 7.60
P. Cloar - 4.00
A. B. London... - 4.UU
T. P. Finch. - 7.40
W. J. Hopper - 7.40
J. D. McBride 7.00
1.50
3.00
8.00
3.00
7.40
7.20
S. R. Bratton ... i ...... J. -
W. w. Mays
r. Polk .r.--.
W. C. MoFris.. -r,
E. N. Moore...' .--i----.
A. K. Wells.-,-.
A.Wilson G.60
H. C. Corley. - 6.60
J. W. Buchanan 6.60
H. N. Sellars..-. 6.00
J. L. Crockett .......... 6.00
R.T. Milner.. - 6.00
VENIRE EOR JANUARY TERM.
Horace Conn, Claude Tucker.
Cyrus Hall, John Holt.
Chas. Caldwell, C. A. Whipple.
W. H. Caldwell, JB. J. Wade.
Homer Moultrie, J. W. Wilson.
Wm. Sanders, Farris Calhoun.
B. V. Jernigan, A. N. Chapel.
Sam Hopper, Chas. Flowers.
R. Crabtree, H. B. Flemming.
S. W. Edwards, C. A Maupin.
J. Q. Temple, J. N. Ruddle.
W. P. Stubblefield, J. D. Gore.
Ben Whitley, J. M. Cole.
Alex Smith, E. N. Moore.
J. C. Kenny, Walter Barnes.
J. H.' Stubblefield, W. J. McKin-
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
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Election Board.
The following gentlemen have been
appointed as a board to bav charge of
the Senatorial primary Nov. 20: Dr. F.
M. McRee, A. E. Morris, W. G. Rey
nolds, J. H. Hawes, Judge George R.
Kenney.
Good men. A square deal assured. A
Mothers' Club, 4
Members of the Mothers' Club will
meet at the home of Mrs. Cato Davis
Saturday afternoon at three o'clock for
organization.
Moved Stock.
Messrs. Phil Hyman and Sol Shatz,
who purchased the Alexander stock of
shoes, have closed out the business and
vacated the building. The remnant
stock was divided, Mr. Hyman placing
one part in his store here and the other
share was shipped to the Shatz store at
Kenton. Mr. Shatz is a straight-forward
and pleasant gentleman and made
many friends during his short stay in
this city. '
A CONFESSION
Hopes Her Statement, Made PuLKc,
will Help Other Women.
Hines, Ala. "I must confess", says
Mrs. Eula Mae Reid, of this place, "that
Cardui, the woman's tonic, has drrne me
a great deal of good.
: Before I commenced using Cardui, I
would spit up everything I ate. I had a
tired, sleepy feeling all the time, and was
irregular. 1 could hardly drag around,
and would have severe headaches con
tinuously. Since taking Cardui, I have entirely
quit spitting up what 1 eat. - Everything
seems to digest all right, and 1 have
gained 10 pounds in weight."
If you are a victim of any of the numer
ous ills so common to your sex, it is
wrong to suffer.
For half a century, Cardui has been re
lieving just such ills, as is proven by the
thousands of letters, similar to the above,
which pour into our office, year by year.
Cardui is successful because it is com
posed of ingredients which act specifically
on the womanly constitution, and helps
build the weakened Organs back to health
and strength. -
Cardui has helped others, and will help
you, too. Get a bottle today. You
won't regret it. Your druggist sells it.
Write to : Chattanoosn Medicine Co., Ladles' Ad
vkmv Dent.. Chattanooga. Tenn.. for Svedal In
structions on your case and 64-page book. "Home
Treatment for Women," Mnt in plain wrapper. NCIiC
A New Auto.
Russell E. .Gardner, son of Col. W.
H. Gardner, this city, is at the head
of a big automobile factory in St.
Louis. This company will make one
car only a five-passenger, touring,
fully equipped and the picture looks
like a "plum good 'un." .It will sell
for $490.
BETHEL.
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Dickey visited rel
atives near Kedron Sunday.
Mr. Vertle Lee Brown and sister, Miss
Dane, were guests of their Isister, Mrs.
John B. Littleton, Sunday.
Mr. Jim Sanders and sister, Miss
Trixie, visited relatives near Kedron
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown visited
relatives at Mineral Sunday.
Miss Cordie Ray was the guest of Miss
Ora Brown Sunday, ,
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brown
last week, a daughter.
Mr. John Flowers, and family moved
Monday to Missouri. . . -
Mr. Bura Brown was in Hickman
Monday. -
' Mrs. Becky Osburn and daughter,
Miss Maud, are home, after several
months' visit in Middle Tennessee.
Mr. Will Brown was in Union City
Monday. ' " .
Mr.' Em Brown was in Jordan Mon
day. Mr. Will Dyer and wife visited Mr.
Frank Mitchell near Owl City Sunday.
Messrs. Theron and Fonnie Dyer were
in Obion Saturday on business.
Mrs. Farris Calhoun is on the sick
list Trixie.
New Programs. , .
New and better programs, that's what
th,e Mutual Film Corporation will pre
sent to the patrons of Reynolds Theater,
commencing with Monday, Oct. 11 an
$8,000,000 program, picked from all
that's new, oovel and entertaining in
the moving picture world.
This program will consist of two
three-reel Broadway Star features, one
wild animal drama in two reels and five
other two-reel features each week, pro
duced by the following companies::
American, Tbanhouser Reliance Gau
mont and Eclair Film Companies. Also
eight one-reel comedies, one reel of cur
rent events and one reel cartoon comedy,
entitled "Keeping up with the Joneses"..
In the casts of the features will be
found such well known stars as Florence
LaBadie, Harold Lock wood, Anna Lit-'
le, Crane Wilbur, Ivy Troutman, Fania
Marinoff, Winifred Greenwood, Lottie
Pickford, Ed Coxeu, Tempest and Sun
shine, George Sidney, (of Bizzy Izzy
fame) Eugenie Ford, Irving Cummings,
W. C. Fields, Cissy Fitzgerald and hun
dreds of others.
The Broadway Star features will com
mence with Tuesday night program and
one will be shown each Tuesday and
Saturday night thereafter.
Only Fords admitted at Lasater's
Hospital.
VAX"
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It,
Her "Second Love"
Tisa box of Joknston's
Chocolates, and she cannot wait
till her "first love" comes to thank
him for this thoughtful gift.
T-R-I-A-D
Chocolates
one of Johnaton'e packages de luxe, .
compriaea three traya in theyellow box
Original Dutch BiHer-Sweeta"
Swiaa-Style Milk Chocolate Creams
White Cherriea in Cream
Chocolate Dipped
queenly sweetmeats, acientifically
made from nature's richest bounty. Eat
Johnston's and learn why we pay an
extra fortune yearly (or candy perfection.
' - Put iid in 80c to $5.00 tat boxes. If
your dealer faib toaipply you, we
will torwam, au cnaivca prc-
para. upou receipt u
stampiec money
order.
sT sTW MKJsm
MILWAUKEE1
THE APPRECIATED
CHOCOLATES" ,
Essartdee's Cafe
Union City, Tenn.

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