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OBION QUARTERLY COURT
HEAVY BRIDGE EXPENSE ORDERS. , R. B. Gautlett. S. M. Fields and H. E. Williams, appointed to super intend making fill in Union City and lake road near Bob Wallace's in Number Twelve and report at next term. I. T. Cloys elected road commis sioner of Number Sixteen to fill out unexpired term of C. A. Wilson, re signed. J. P. Kersey and A. E. Caldwell appointed to hare washout near Ben Barnett's in Number Three fixed and report. Fate Maupin, Elbert Garrison, J E. Park and Clyde Maupin appointed to superintend building levee on Maupin road near Houston Maupin's, Bridges, Levees, Repairs. John Beeler, bridge. . . . . $ John Worrell, repairs.... Joe Peoples, repairs .... J. M. Campbell, commis sioner A. J. Burton, repairs.... G. H. Davis, bridge Byrns Bros., repairs M. M. Trill, work Jack Griffin, bridge I. C. Kendall, repairs. .. . Phil Hyman, mdse John Henderson, bridge. . Caldwell & Roney, fill... Dick Litchford, bridge... Geo. S. Thompson, repairs T. R. Litchford, repairs.. . D. B. Knight, bridge W. W. Fox, repairs M. V. Bruce, bridge Clyde Barrett, repairs. . . S. G. Erwin, lumber T. L. Bransford Sons, con crete work cost not to exceed 100. W. H. Cutler appointed to 1 super- Vincennes Bridge Co intend completion of levee at Stone's W. V. Inman, bridge Ferry at least possible cost and re-M- W. Hill, levee work,.. 125.00 6.00 7.20 50.00 20.00 256.00 17.50 33.90 40.00 43.00 9.17 48.00 38.00 100.00 8.50 45.00 80.00 15.00 618.00 20.00 14.62 2,365.00 2,000.00 112.50 200.00 Charter No. 9239 Reserve District No. 8 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OP THE THIRD NATIONAL HUE AT UNION CITY, In the State of Tennessee, County of Obion, at the close of business on Jone 29, 1918. Maxwell and Turnage, bridge 3,938.00 (when oked) Henry Mitchell, repairs.. L. A. Pope, repairs 5.00 6.80 10.00 26.23 11.55 137.00 16.08 port A. O. McDaniel transferred from school district No. 80 to school dis trict No. 18. School children on the farm of Jim McDonnell transferred from M. Blakemore, bridge . Baker's to Obion school district. . W. E. Huey, lumber.. C. M. Glover appointed to super- C. W. Curry, repairs Intend repairing bridge in Number H. P. Allen, levee Three and report. C. T. Moss & Co., lumber Resignation of Enloe Chiles as revenue commissioner accepted. Total 10,432.05 C. M. Montgomery and Bud Mathes Miscellaneous, appointed to superintend repairing in,1Mta , t . . . ' uriuge across uoion niver oeiween F. n Wehman R,.nnH XT 1 O . -. . . I ' " uiuuer oeven ana wumDer iuigm Whltea Furnlt.ir f!o na 10 reDuna oriage across drain- Oliver's Drugstore 6 "urtu ui auove onagu. AIIHMn Pnrkpr Hn annnlloa T Tl 1J1 -J -w I " j. d. Aunersuu ana j. r. uwens a a wiW n fihorlff appointed to remove two old bridges Namine.KeiHer TMw r' u levee on roaa irom union uity to Western Hospital m-vuaueu ana mKO nil ai leasi cost u.i j r,n, rn C. S. Talley, Clerk. Tax refunds and report. The finance committee, S. R. Brat ton, J. W. Buchanan and A. K Wells, arranged with the county banks for necessary balance of mon ey to apply on July appropriations. In the ratio ,that each bank has on hand from the County Trustee. The spring floods washed away numbers McQu,ddy Printing Co.. of bridges and the expense of same Unlon City Printing Co.. at this term was unusually heavy. Tne Commercial A. E. Caldwell annolnterf tn miner. The News-Banner Intend fixing levee near Harry Cloar's and abutment to bridge near Heel foot church and report. Following were elected notaries public: Miss Marguerite Morton. F, 60.00 45.20 11.50 130.60 3.55 4.00 22.45 537.00 4.50 223.15 22.00 Total 1,063.95 Books, Stationery, Etc. Marshall & Bruce Co....$ 214.23 Foster & Parks Co...... 19.31 18.51 86.50 66.05 72.20 9.25 179.99 RESOURCES. ltiaand Discounts (except those shown on b and c) C. 8. Bonds (other than Liberty Bonds, but in cluding U. $. Certificates of Indebtedness!: U.S. Bonds deposited to se cure circulation (pur value) U. S. bonds and certificates of indebtedness pledged to secure U. S. deposits (par value U. S. bonds and certificates of indebtedness owned and unpledged ' Liberty Loan Bonds: Liberty Loan Bonds, 35 per cent and- 4 per cent, un pledged Payments actually made on Liberty M per cent Bonds (Third Liberty Loan ' Bonds, Securities, Etc. other than U. S.J: Securities' other than IT. S. Bonds not including stocks owned unpledged. Stock of Federal Reserve: Bank (50 per cent of sub- scription Value of banking house . . Furniture and fixtures Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank $26,498.25 Cash in vault and net amounts due from national banks 73,165.70 Checks on other banks in the same city or town as reporting bank I other than Item 17 . 6.724.02 $333,484.62 30.000.00 12,500.00 16.000.00 100.00 Board Meeting. 200.00 2.000.00 2,250.00 9,277.72 765.00 Totals of items 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18 79,893.72 Checks on banks located utside city or town of re porting bank and other cash items 2,395.8 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer Interest earned but not col lected approximate on Notes and Bills Receivable ' not past due War Savings Certificetes and Thrift Stamps actu ally owned ; The Board of Mayor and Alder men met last Tuesday night and after passing on some routine mat ters, including the approval of teach ers in tlie city schools recently elect ed by the Board of Education, pro ceeded to a question that is now giv ing our citizens some trouble. This is the election of a Superintendent of the City Schools. Two years ago the Superintendent was elected by the Board of Educa tion for a term of three years, and on Friday, the 21st ult., at a meet ing of the Board of Education, Mrs. Geo. A. Gibbs, Sr., presented a reso lution declaring that election invalid and the office of Superintendent of the City Schools vacant. The reso lution was lost. Last Tuesday night a written opinion was handed in by the City Attorney, W. M. Mile3, and present ed to the Board of Mayor and Alder men. The attorney held that the Board of Education had failed to comply with the law in its resolu tion undertaking to set aoido the provisions of the code for the elec tion of superintendent end teachers annually. The resolution itself was not legally drawn and it was fur ther void from the fact that the law requires publication of such a reso lution. This was not done. Besides there were other defects. An opinion from Judge John C. Cooper to the MILLIONS DENIED . THE JOYS OF LIFE Nine Tenths of Physical. Misery . Caused By Our Neglect of Blood. The discovery of Irogen, the true blood builder, has set the world to thinking along entirely new lines. I It is now realized that millions of people who do not suffer from any particular disease are subnormal in their general health and vital pow er, and that this weakness is due to weak blood. The only logical con elusion that can be drawn from the strengthening effects of Irogen that the blood is the life, the strength and the health of every or gan nerve and muscle of the human body. People of weak blood who look up on life as a care and a burden find that Irogen gradually brings them back to the Joys of living, the strength and courage to meet the world face to face, the power to laugh at trouble and to disregard petty annoyances. By strengthening the blood Irogen confers strength and poise to the nervous system energy and endurance to the mus cular system and natural activity to all the organs of the body. JOYS OF LIVING. Probably the most important and certainly the most practical lesson Death of Mrs. Hiram Wilbanks. 108.787.85 Total $524,361.28 J. B. Scobey. supplies... t Brandon Printing Co . Total J. M. Hickman, Sheriff 666.04 r.ii . XT T If 1 v -r-wr . I . . wumii, ' ivxauiey, j. waiKer Prisoners for March $ 178.50 Kerr, Thel Taylor, Cleve Hollomon, Prisoners for April H3.50 Prisoners for May 115.50 W. M. Miles, C. P. Caldwell, A.. E. Caldwell, Sam L. Shatz. Venire for September. 1. T. D. Corum, H. Verhine 2. J. W. Alexander, Jr., John Isbell. 3. J. F. Kersey, A. E. Caldwell. 4. W. P. Morris, Walter Warren 5. Charlie Summers, S. T. Sherrill 6. F. B. Taylor, Robt. McDaniel. 7. Joe McGaugh, J. C. Wagster. 8. C. G. Tilghman, B. L. Glisson. '3. J. P. Yates, W. W. Scoggin. 10. C. A. Riehard, H. E. Frazier. P. A. Williams, Bryant West. Ben Trice, Buron Davis. W. S. Long, M. F. White. Hugh L. Simpson, Tom Black burn. C. D. Janes, Herbert Latta. Circuit Court. .May term $1,034.15 Revenue Report. Clounty funds July 1, 1918 $ 6,845.67 Hoad funds 15,202.82 School funds 32,803.30 School funds unap. . . 15,007.50 High school funds 7,078.70 Jail tax 596.02 Drainage tax , 43,961.81 Execution ...... Waiting on court 1.50 12.00 11. 12. 13. 15. 16. Total 451.00 I. J. Howard, Tax Assessor Assessing 1918 taxes....! 1.560.58 Equalization Board. T. B. Clement, 16 days. . .$ T. R. Meadow, 14 days.. J. W. Darnell, 15 days. . . A. J. Corum, 13 days. . . . W. P. Peacock, 11 days.. D. A. Dean, 1 day J. C. Potter, clerk 11 davs 32.60 28.00 30.00 26.00 22.00 2.00 22.00 Total. '162.00 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in . Surplus fund Undivided profits Interest and discount col lected or credited, in ad vance of maturity and not earned (approximate 1 Circulating notes outstand ing ........................ Net amounts due to banks. rankers ana trust compa nies (other than indued in Items 31 or 32) 17,104.77 Demand Deposits (other , than bank deposits) Sub ject to Reserve (depos its payable within 30 days): Individual deposits subject to check 326.531.77 Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days (other than for money borrowed) 3,372.74 Cashier's checks outstand- ing 6,445.48 Total of demand deposits other than bank de posits subject to re serve. Items 34 , 35, 36, 37, 38,39, 40 and 41 $336,349.99 Time Deposits Subject to Reserve payable after 30 days, or sub JECT TO 30 DAYS or more , notice, aad postal sav ings): Certificates of deposit other than for money borrowed 27,556.58 United States deposits other than postal savings: War loan deposit account... 12,504.62 $60,000.00 15.000.00 24,015.69 2,129.63 29.700.00 taught by the action of Irocen is same effect practically was read. It that nine-tenths of our unhanrilneaa was a nttie more elaborate and con- and as much of our sickness. Dalna elusive. It was shown that the Board and miseries are the direct results 1,500.00 or Education had proceeded without of our own neirlect of our hloorl due regard for the spirit as well as Our whole system of medication has 2.77 the letter of tne law in tne election been wrong, for we have been doc- ot superintendent Nute for a term of toring our organs with stimulating 2.493.32 mree years. An ordinance was there- drugs instead of strengthening them tore aaoptca Dy an aye and nay vote, by enriching our blood an voting aye but one, declaring the During the first few days of the office of the Superintendent of the Irogen treatment there may be no City Schools vacant and ordering noticeable results, though in many the Board of Education to proceed cases there is an appreciable increase witn tne election of a Superintendent in the general tone, strength and as tne law directs. endurance of ?h nerves inH ur. miles, a memoer of the Board cular system. The aDDetite and di- of Education, was present, and made gestion may show an improvement an address, in which he made the I within a few days. The complexion statement, and a very logical one, takes on a better ' color, indicating mat tne superintendent did not have improved blood. Gradually there de the undivided support of the people velopes from day. to day a feeline oi union city, and it mattered not of improved general health ' and how well qualified and capable, his strength, which has its influence in usefulness to the schools in Union steadying the nerves and imDartinz cuy nas reacned a limit. It is there- the power of endurance. In cases fore in .the interest of the school and where impoverished blood has result- everybody concerned that he be not cd in loss of flesh, there is a general elected lor another year. increase in weight, the result of im- There is no question of the fact proved digestion and assimilation. ....... i mat there is serious opposition to Note Irogen is sold in Union Citv the Superintendent in Union City, by Oliver's Drug Store and Kenton however much It may be decried. by the Gem Pharmacy. adv The friends of Mr. Nute allowed the gauge of battle to be drawn in January in the. election of the Board 88. Grand total .$14,154.19 SPECIAL COURSE. The Girl's Demonstration Clubs of Obion County. A four-days short course for the girls of the demonstration clubs of the county will be given under the supervision of Miss Luther, our home demonstration agent, begin ning Wednesday, July 10, lasting thru the 13th.- - The purpose of this short course or camp is to give the girls some definite instructions along the lines of cooking, sewing and canning. To teach them organization and system. to teach1 co-operation, to teach and Total 121,495.82 J. P. Attendance $184.00 T. D. Corum, J. T. Owens, J. W, Alexander, J. C Isbell, A. E. Cald well, J. F. Kersey, W. E. Shropshire, T. P. Palmer, J. F. Holloway, S. M Fields, W. L. Williams, G. R. Mc- practlce tho laW8 f sanitation and Dade, W. H. Pyle, H. H. Hunt, J. A. cleanliness, 10 give tho girls an op- Howard, C. M. Montgomery, W. A. Portunity to know each other, to Midyett, P. H. Carroll, W. H. Cutler, Slve tnem a chance of having a glo H. B. Fleming, C. P. Caldwell, T. P. rl0UBly good time -Finch, W. W. Pierce, J. D. McBride, The county agent will be captain H. E. Williams, S. F. Howard, S. R. of the whole camp. There will be Bratton, W. W. Mays, A. K. Wells, corporals in charge of squads who A. Wilson, H. C. Corley, J. W. Buch- win nave chargo of supplios, ac anan, J. L. Crockett, R. T. Milner, J. counts, discipline, sanitation, house -M. Chambers. Revenue Commissioners H. A. Atkins $ ' 24.00 ".Eriloe Chiles 14.00 v Total Charity. Mary Fannin $ Clarence Davis Clementine Alexander ... Albert Adkins ' Bill Lee (col.) 1 Julia Ozier Lucy Martin .......... Lorrina Spain ......... Harriet Carman ........ keeping, reception and recreation Tho afternoons will be given to demonstrations in canning in tin and glass, the cooking of war breads, cot tage cheese, etc. About seventy-five girls from dif ferent parts of the county are ex pected. The people of Union City are cor- 15.00 dially invited to be present 'and co- 15.00 operate in thn wnrlr 38.00 15.00 15.00 15.00 10.00 10.00 15.00 15.00 Total Hag Baising. On Saturday night, July 13, Olive Camp No. 243, W. O. W., will pub licly unfurl a service flag i honor of its members who have gont to war. Surround camps invited to par- 125.00 tlcipate P. U. GLOVER. Total .... Statk of Tennessee, i County of Obion, j I, Hunter Elam, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear tnat tne above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. Hunter Elam, Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me ates were elected this 5th day of July, 1918. LSeal.J B. F. Howard. Correct Attest: Notary Public. D. N. Walker, H. T. Robinson, Walker L. Martin, Directors, W. C. T. V. The W. C. T. U. will meet in the 393 515 96 of Mayor and Aldermen. The issue home of Mr8- R- F. Tisdale this after- $524,361.28 Joined was Nute or anti-Nute, and on noon at ? o'clock (Friday, July 5) that issue, without peradventure of This meeting will be an Open Door a doubt, the election resulted. Men review. A good attendance is expect actually laid aside friendships as far ed- as Candida tpd worn onnMmaJ voted on the issue straight. There- CITY FINANCIAL REPORT suit was that the anti-Nute candi- Financial report for the month of Therefore to say June 1918- submitted by Chairman that opposition to Mr. Nute is not of H- A- Bransford any consequence is to misrepresent BaI- ,n Dank June 1 $3,075.15 the facts. GENERAL PTmpnsrc "H7. M..nA. M . I c ilium, oay runner mat the By taxes, fines. tc t luemuers Ol me UOard Of To aalarloa in 7c Mfl Vnr dnH Alrlnrmnn a I ciecieu 10 Expense over receipts..... 302.81 dcc mm ivir. i-Muie 8 connection with 300.95 Mrs. Viola Wilbanks, wife of Mr. Hiram Wilbanks, died at home on Church street in Union City on Fri day, June 29, 1918, at 2:12 o'clock, after an illness of about three months of .cancer. Mrs. Wilbanks age was 33 years end one week. She was the daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Hall, of Garfield, Mo., and was united in marriage to Mr. Wilbanks Sept. 19, 1899. Of the union there are three children: Arthur, Edna and Louise. Mrs. Wilbank3 was a member of the Baptist Church, a very devoted wife and mother, a. kind friend and neighbor, very cordially and loving ly esteemed by all who knew her. She has been afflicted for some time. An operation was performed a few weeks ago and she rallied but for two weeks nearly had been very ill. The many friend3 tender the kind est condolences. Services were held at tho Baptist Church on Sunday afternoon, con ducted by the pastor, Rev. H. A. Todd, and Rev. J. Randall Farris, and the remains were interred at East View, lovingly remembered with some beautiful flowers. Death of Mr. Joe Taylor. RED CROSS NOTES. The following ladies visited the Red Cross work rooms during the past week: Mesdames Lovelace and Fuqua, of Martin; Hooper, of Rives, the City Schools is severed, within the law of course, and if they fail in mis men tney have violated the trust reposed in them and deserve defeat at the next election. If de- mocracy means the rule of the ma- 1 1 n . . . .... and Browder, of Number Two. We Jor,iy inen iney Know thelr dutv- appreciate visitors and are always - The teachers ratified by the Board glad to show them the work that's ' Mayor and Aldermen are as fol- being done. lows: . A report has com o from Rives of M,8S R- Adele Allen, English; the dedication of their service flaglMIS8 Rutn Loyd, commercial depart- with thirty-four stars in It, a large ment; Miss Cassie Hamilton, high number for a place the size of Rives. 8chool ; Miss 1 Lydia Stone, house- Tho Troy and Polk auxiliaries no,d economics and domestic science: have sent to Atlanta a oplendid ship- M,ss Nannie Hamilton, Miss Mattie ment of 126 feather pillows and 282 Temple, Miss Bessie May Clements, pillow caseS Total 603.76 WATER AND LIGHT. collections $2,046.07 salaries, fuel, etc $1,641.72 Receipts over ex pense 404.35 By To Total 2,046.07 STREET AND SIDEWALK. By taxes To labor, etc $241.45 Expense over receipts 188.51 52.94 13 Total 241.45 CEMETERY. Miss Pearl Flnvrl Mlaa ruIKo tr. I " ' -iiun- i m V norm 1 1 a r- A ft... M.t, . .. . .. lull im, nt - .. I r o.vv me lyuuwiiiB are me donations I ","ICU auvu, anas quelle I To labor etc ti3it for the past week : Mrs. Dora Reeves, ey, miss Kate Kirkman, Miss Expense over receipts ..... 131. miss Dannie Hamilton, crate of """u vuaiuuorB, miss xsinnie - j. 4a v-r ... I Tin rbarlo 1a Kfwa T- w ci..xi i - luuiaiuen, i.o; warns auxiliary, l mm oumenana. i Total fity Tun. tOi CAi tt....n mm . . I TLtm T 1 rii m . . I uuc, ,oi.uv, r ci i en i ills worm, i uuuu oneineia was present for 0f,unni. , proceeds from a picture show, 25 me citizens of the southern nart nf D.. . - to m, ,,JFW at o an ' " w w ana imuon ? , t. .vn-- -v.w. 1U1 duiuo improve-1 Tn solorloa - 1 1 ino . PT1 M la O 1 'ntl f Olaro ifl Vfifn.nn CO I m O n f a In TI-n tnw nA 11.1.1. 1 v. v., years of age, who lives at tho .old ter main. The walk from the resi soldier's home but who formerly dence of Colonel .Feild south two II.... A I 1L!. J -1 . . I LI , , . neu iu mis cuuniy. uut or nia uiucks is out or renair and a walk is needed. The petition was referred to the Street and Sidewalk and Water and Light committees, Expense over receipts. 678.85 749.77 small earnings he has given this sum. and says he wants to be a regu lar, monthly contributor. CHAIR. PUBLICITY COMMITTEE. Real Estate Transfers. ' Rigjesberger heirs ,tb Z. D. Wil son, 37 acres in No. 3, $5,300. Robert Brown et al. to Dan Gal loway, 183.1-3 acres in No. 14, $20,000. ' v. r ; C. A. James et al. to J. W. Buch anan, 120 acres in No. 15, $1,500. J. F. McMichael to Mrs. Lula Mc- Michael, lot in No, 13, $1,000. 666 cures by removing the cause. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney fe Co., Toledo, 0. Total . 1,428.62 INTEREST. By taxes j 146.61 To bonds $1,575.00 Expense over receipts. ... 'l, 428. 39 - Total 1,575.00 Sinking fund by taxes. . .$ 41.89 School sinking fund bv We. the llnHpmi T-ntA ).. 1- . for h. w f r: -'ri,,,c.r;"?.p--- i"ey dally able to carry out any obligations made by NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE, Toledo, O. taxes . ....... Cash on hand . . . Balance in bank. .$ 20.94 262.42 614.87 Balance on hand.... 877.29 Tnfal a-rnon.o . r n n Hall't Catarrh Cure is taken internally c tin i I i , " directly upon the blood and I mucous surfaces ' Ttal rece'PtS 3,428.82 "jm-im. ACBummiiais sent free. PnV 7 cents per bottle. Sold by all rh-uiSw 75 m.u 5 ramiiy nus for conntipatiou. Balance over ....... 2.19786 Mr. Joe Taylor, a well known citi zen of the county,' residing at Troy, died suddenly Tuesday morning, July 2,' 1918, dropping on the street on the northeast corner of the square and expiring immediately. Joe Clayborne Taylor was reared in Obion County. Ho was born Aug. 31, 1850. LV1873 he was married to Miss Laura Anderson, and of the union there are six children living as follows: Daniel, Chester, Thelbert, and Mrs. Billy Bennett, of Troy. Fred, Fort Oglethorpe, and John A., with the U. S. Army oomewhero in France. He io also survived by a brother, Mr. Frank Taylor. Mr. Taylor was for thirty-eight years a member of the M. E. Church. He was a farmer and an ideal citi zen, honorable, upright, fairminded and cordially esteemed by everyone. He was in Union City Monday and seemed to be, feeling well. There are hosts of warm friends of the good man at home and elsewhere who tender the kindest condolences to tho family. Funeral services wero conducted at the Methodist Church in Troy Wednesday afternoon by Rev3. J, W., Carnell and T. P. Pronely. Inter ment was hold at tho Troy Cemetery with the following pall bearers: Active P. W. Moffatt, B. H. Set- tlo, Arch Tate, John Moffatt, Walter Myers, Brice Moffatt, J. W. Scearce, E. A. McAdoo, Dave Burnett, Chas. Lasley. Honorary Jake Morris, J. R. Moffatt, W. H. Latimer, Hick Mc Daniel, Billy Latimer," Will Clark, Dan Carmack, Will Smith, John Ben nett, Steve Bennett, G. R. McDade. Doing hard work in a bont or stooping position puts a stitch in the back that is painful. If the muscles have become strained, you can't get rid of it without help. The great penetrating power of BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT will appeal to you most strongly at such times, be cause it is the very thing you need. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Oliver Drug Co. Card of Thanks. To the neighbors and friends and everyone we are deeply grateful for your kindness during the illness of Mrs. Wilbanks. Your help and sym pathy have been very dear to us and we are grateful indeed and tako this opportunty of expressing our thanks. May the Lord be kind to you. H. Wilbanks and Family. BACK GIVES OUT Plenty of Union City Readers Have This Experience. You tax the kidneys overwork them They can't keep up the continual strain. The back may give out it may ache and pain; Urinary troubles may Bet in. Don't wait longer tako Doaa's Kidney Pills. Union City people tell you how they act. A. S. Glisson, N. First St.. Union City, says: "Doan's hr.ve given me fine results end I am glad to recom- mcn them. I was in pretty bad shape with my back for about two weeks. I had to bo o" mv feet con siderable and being confined so much in the store is what 'I blame for my trouble; My kidneys didn't act properly and I felt all run down. T started using Doan's Kidney Pills which I got at Oliver's Drug Store. This medicine proved Just what I needed and I noon felt like myself again." Price 60c. at all dealers. TVin'r simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Gliscon had. Fcster-Tifiihn Co., Props., Buffalo, N...Y. Use Dahnke-Walker Milline Co. Jersey Cream Flour, Y home product tad guaranteed.