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WW Js Begins Saturday, Jan. 28 l DAYS Closes Saturday, Feb. 8th Stop a moment and think what this sale means to you. It means that you", are offered the opportunity to buy just what you need at a price so far below the present market price that it is almost unbelievable. A visit to this sale will mean much to you in tfie saving of dollars. Everything in Ladies' Ready-to-Wear at Less than Manufacturers' Prices. I i i J. I 1 r 1000 yardlight fancy outing,' sale price 15c yd 500 yards white outing, sale price . r . 20c yd 1000 yards ginghams, effective suitings s 20c yd 1 000 yards wool serge, all colors, sale price. 98c yd 5000 yards 9-4 bleached sheeting, sale price.... 1, 50c yd 1000 yards yard-wide bleached domestic sale price . 20c yd J 000 yards yard-wide brown domestic, sale price 1 9c yd Special Sale Prices on Underwear Ladies $2.00 and $2.50 union suits, sale price i $1.50 Ladies' $1.25 and $1.50 union suits, sale price . 98c Children's $1.25 and $1.50 union suits, sale price 98c Children's 50c and 75c union suits, sale price '. 44c Boys extra good union suits, sale price 98c Men's Winter Underwear Men's extra-heavy shirt and drawers, sale price - 75c Men's extra-heavy and medium-weight unio"3 suits, sale price . $1.50 Men woolen union suits, sale price $1.98 Specials in Ladies' Hose Ladies fleeced hose, good quality, sale price 25c 500 pairs ladies' hose in seconds, worth up to 35c, sale price 12c Children's hose, in odds and ends, sale price Jl 15c to 25c Bargains in means to you. An opportunity that can only be appreciated alter you have We have many bargains, but have not the space to quote prices, so call and get your needs at a big saving, v Remember the place Two Seaths in Number Seven. MIbs Bettie King and a young lady "who wes reared in the 'same family, "both died in Number Seven last Sun day, the 19th inst., of influenza, and the remains wcro interred near Rives on Monday. . Death of Claud Williams. The death of Mr. Claud Williams, son of Capt. Williams, was reported last Saturday, the 18th inst., of in fluenza, r The remains were interred at Pleasant Hill. Drug Corporation. " At Ridgely, Tenn., a corporation lias been organized to operate a drug store with a capital of $10,000, buy ing the stock and fixtures of Dr. R. E. Hellon. A. E. Markham is at the head of the corporation. Dr. Hellen Is a son-in-law of Dr. and Mrs. T. P. Palmer, of Rive3. Named Head of Clearing-House. F. O. Watts, president of the Third National Bank, was elected president of the Clearing-House Association of St. Louis at the annu:.l meeting of the Board of Directors. Ho succeeds N. A. McMillan, president of the St. Louis Union Bank, who has been -president for several years. St. Louis Republic. Fatherless Children Society. The Leonidas Polk Chapter, U. D. !., has adopted one French orphan, thru the efforts of Mrs. C. B. Isaacs. The Exchange Street Christian Church, this city, has also adopted one French orphan. Tho society has the names of about forty more French orphans to be adopted by this county. President Poincare, of France, has said that he thought France would bo able to take care of their own orphans after another year. News for Company K. Capt. Claud Andrews tells us that the National Guard of the State of Tennessee will be reorganized with the Fourth Tennesse Regiment, and that Company K, of this city, will be held as one of tho units for drill and target practice. A fund of 420,000 was left over in a former appropriation for , the State Guard and $30,000 additional appropriation Is to be made this year by the State. Outfits for Campany K have been ordered sent from Knoxvtlle, and' a lull company Is provided for. Shoes. None worth less than $3.50 Near East Belief. Reports indicate that Obion "Coun ty has subscribed her quota of $4,000 for Near East relief. District re ports are incomplete and we cannot give a complete report at this time. We hope to be able to report in full next week. W. B. CUNNINGHAM, . County Chairman. William Forkell. Hear William Forkell, the famous lecturer, third number of the Lyceum Course, at theT Opera House to-night. Three more of these -wonderful lecturers are to appear, tho proceeds of which all go to the Red Cross, and the management has decided to sell season tickets for the remaining three numbers for $1, single admis sion 60 cents. Bought Bob Cheatham Farm. Another fine farm on tho outskirts of Union City wrs sold last ' week. Mr. Chas. Everett, one of tho coun ty's foremost farmers and citizens, now owns the Bob Cheatham farm, which was formerly the Morgan placer paying 225 an acre. Mr. Ev erett is advertising this week some farm land close to Jordan, Ky., for sale. See his ad elsewhere. Delinquent War Savings Pledges. The government authorities have informed that all who have failed to redeem their pledges in War .Sav ings Stamps for the 1918 series may redeem them with tho 1919 series. Bo sure to do thi3 in a few days, as all cards not redeemed will be sent to the government. When you re deem your pledge you r.re entitled to the card you signed last Jui Very respectfully. C. L. RIDINGS, Chairman, Obion County War Savings Com mittee. Death of Mrs. Leon Pruett. Mrs. Leon Pruett, wife of Mr. Har ry Pruett, died attjhe Pruett home at Gardner, Tenn., to-day, Jan. 20, 1919, of influenza. " Mrs. Pruett was the sister .of Messrs. Raymond and Leake Woods, and was reared in this county. She leaves a husband and four children. She professed religion when a girl and was. a woman of christian graces and character. The remains were brought to Sa lem for burial, and services conduct ed there by Rev. G. W. Evans. Death of G. F. Moore. Mr. Fletcher Moore, manager of the J. M. Phebus farm near Polk, died at his homo there last Sunday morning, Jan, 19, 1919, at 10 o'clock; after a short illness of pneumonia. Mr. Moore was over forty years of age,, and is survived by a wife and five children.' He was twice mar ried. His first wife was a Miss San ders, and three children survive the union. His widow was a Miss Mabry, daughter of Mr. Bob Mabry. Two children survive the second union. Mr. Moore was a member of the Christian Church, a good citizen, a man of industry, fine characterand held in the highest esteem ..of his community. . Services were held rt the residence Sunday by T. M. Carney and the re mains were intoned at the Troy Cemetery, Elder L. E. Jones closing the service Death of W. D. Walker. The many friends of the young man in Union City were sorry to learn of tho death of WjL Walker at San Diego, Cuba, whero he was stationed in military service in the quartermaster's department of the U. S. Army. News was dispatched to the family hero that death resulted from 'pneumonia on the 16th inst. Mr. Walker was the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Walker. He was born and reared in Union City, educated in tho ity Schools, took an active interest in public matters. He was a member of tho Cumberland Presby terian Church and Sunday school, r.nd very actively engaged in church and Sunday school work. Some years ago he entered the store of W. G. Clagett Co. and developed the finest qualites of salesmanship. Before he enlisted under the colors he had been with the Union City Manufacturing Co. as traveling gaggj for a year or more, and""" itended the trade of that lintution in a very wide territory, of East Tennessee and adjoining States. For his services the company is carrying on the books to his credit the commissions which have accrued from tho sales in his territory since his entrance in the army. ; ; Oly a few days ago news was re ceived here by the family that Mr. Walker A$as in good health and doing finely. The message of death was a great shock to both family and friends. The remains have been shipped to Union City. Huck Towels. 18 x 36 size, worth 35c, sale price. '.1 1 7ic 20 x 40 size Turkish towels, sale price , 37c White tatting lace edging, sale price.. , 5c yd Colored tatting lace edging, sale price . . 5c yd Extra wide Filet edging, sale price . . 10c yd Box Paper. . Each box contains 24 sheets paper and 24 envelopes, worth 25c and 35c per box, sale price, two for . . 26c ' v Children's Hats. 50 and 75c values, sale price ... . 25c : Men's Shirts. . Special lot Men's shirts, $1.00 and $1.25 values, sale price 79c Men's $1.50 shirts, sale price $1.23 Canvas Gloves, sale price . 1 5c to $5.00. Gome and LITTLE WINFREY POLE MURPHEY PASSES AWAY Winsome Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Murphey. At 1:30 o'clock Thursday after-, noon little Wjnlfred Polk Murphey, age two year, daughter of fr. and Mrs. Nat Murphey, passed away at their home on West State street. Ouly a few days ago Mr. Murphey accompanied his little daughter to Paducah for a Blight operation of the throat, which later developed into pneumonia. Winifred was a sweet, bright, cheerful baby and a treasure in the home which she (had blessed for a short while. Funeral services were held at the family residence to-day, conducted by Elder F. O. Howell, and tho little body was laid to rest in the family cemetery west of town. .The bereaved parents have the deepest sympathy of their frionds in their hour of sorrow Fulton Leader. Death of Miss Bertie Murphy. Miss Bertie Murphy, daker of Mrs. Annie Murphy, died after & few days illness of pneumonia at home on Division street Tuesday - morning, Jan. 21, 1919, at 5:30 o'clock. ' Deceased was tho daughter of the late A. J. Murphy, whose death took place here'somo years ego. She is also preceded by the death of an only brother, Mr. Vivian Murphy, in the spring of the past year. Mrs. Murphy, the mother, is the only re maining member of tho family. Miss Murphy was a mcmbor of the Methodist Church and of. the Sunday school. Sho was affectionately de voted to her mother, whoso health for years has called for special care and attention, and in this sweetly sacred duty the daughter sacrificed many of the pleasures of young womanhood. Sho was educated in the schools of Unon City. After her father's death ohe was her mother's constant companion. Some months ago she acceptod a position with the Childs Specialty House, and came home the early part of last week feeling ill, resulting In pneumonia. A service wr.s hold at the residence Wednesday f morning, Rev. W. ' W. Armstrong paying a tendor tribute to the memory of the deceased, fol lowed, with prayer service by Rev. G. J. Evans. , The remains were taken to East View for burial and the grave mark ed with beautiful flowers. MO TT Q see for yourself just seen the shoes, bale RIVES. Miss Sallie Reeves, of Obion, has been over, guest of Mrs. W. L. Clem mons. . Mr. and Mr3. Leslie Shore have returned to their home in South Rives. Mrs. Dave Hooper and Miss Flo Tune attended to business in town Tuesday. W. A. McNeill came in Saturday from a business trip to Dyersburg and the Bluff City. Misses Elva and Clydo Woody are in Dyersburg for a few day Sgt. Jesse Woody, second ' son of the late Davo Woody, wires in home the he has reached tho United States and hopes to get home now in a few weeks. B. J. Wade, president of tho Mer chants and Farmers Bank and also large landholder and otockdealer, for several days has been seriously ill with complications of sciatica. Sherrill Clcmmons is home on a furlough torn Washington City. Sgt. , J ,.s. B. Demyer, of Fulton, has been over visiting with his kins people, Mr. and Mrs. John Harris, on Caldwell avenue. Sgt. Demyer was in several of the great battles and is now home from France hon orably discharged. Mr. Clinton Callicott i3 on the psick list under the caro of a physi cian. Mrs. John Thome is convalescent of flu. - All eyes are turned toward Paris, where tho Peace Conference now sits. Sixty-nine special delegates congrega round about the peace table, which taking as it does the shape of a horseshoe presages good luck that wo pray will be everlasting. There are still numbers of cases of flu thruout Number Four and ad jacent districts. The death of Mr. Fletcher Moore, resident of the Jeff Phebus farm cast of Polk, occurred Saturday after a brief illness of the disease. Mr. Moore leaves a wife and four minor, children. The remains rest in the Troy Cemetery, the burial taking place Sunday. ' Miss Mary Warren has charge of the music class while Miss Bogle continues ill from effects of influenza at her home in Kenton. Miss Sarah Taylor had a few chums in the middle of tho week to celebrate a return natal day. ' The entiro family of Monroe Mc Cowan are in the throes of the flu. Hon. T. J. Bonner leaves Sunday for the capital on special committee . w " - what this offer price Spy. Union City work in the Grand Session of the Masonic Lodge. Will Gould Harris has accepted a position in St. Louis with Swift & Co. Mesdames R. S. Shipp and Mattie Forehand were shoppers to Union City Saturday last. W. W. Agnew, Worshipful Master of the local Masonic Lodge, goes to Nashville next week for the Grand Lodge Session. Mrs. W. J. Caldwell, W. M. of local O. E. S., will attend the Grand Chapter meet next week in Nashville. WEAK, WEARY WOMEN T It. n - if T-JI TTT J End Them. When the back aches and throbs. When housework is torture, When night brings no rest nor sleep, When urinary disorderslset in Women's lot is a weary one. Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak kidneys. " Havo proved their worth in Union City . .This is one Union City woman's testimony. Mrs. W. J. Edwards, Jr., 418 S. Second St., says: "I had a bad spell of kidney trouble about four years ago. I blame exposure to the cold for bringing on my trouble. My back began to ache severely and as I had always had good health I couldn't Imagine what had gone wrong with mo. My kidneys acted irregularly too. I was tirod and nervous and was finally advised to use Doan's Kidney Pills. I did and in 24 hours I was completely rid of every symptom of my trouble. I am glad of the oppor tunity to recommend this medicine.' Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Edwards had. Fcster-Milbum Co., Props.. Buffalo, N. Y. Milk in Winter. . Why do your cows give less milk in winter than they do in summer? Just because nature does not supply them with grasses and green food. But we havo come to tho assistance of Damo Nature with B. A. Thomas" Stock Remedy which contains the very ingredients that tho green feed supplies in season, only, of course, in a more highly concentrated form. We guarantee . that this remedy will make your cows give more milk, and better milk, with the same feed. For sale by Frank C. Wehman Unicn City, Tenn.; Guy & Peery Polk, Tenn.; T. A.Cummlngs, Rives.. Tenn.