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LOCAL AND PEES05AL. When the (household I cares and the worries of everyday life have dragged you down, made you un happy, and there is noth ing in life but headache, backache and worry, turn to the right prescription, one gotten up by Dr. Fierce fifty years ago. v Everything growing out of the ground seems intended for some use in establish ing natural conditions. Dr. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y, long since found out what is naturally beet for women's diseases. He learned it all through treating thou sands of cases. The result of his studies' was a medicine called Dr. Pierce's Favor ite Prescription. This mediae is made of vegetable growths that nyre surely intended for backache, headache, weak ening, bearing-down pains, irregularities, pelvic inflammations, and for the many disorders common to women in all ages of life. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is made of lady's slipper root, black cohosh root? unicorn root, blue cohosh root and Oregon grape root. Dr. Pierce knew, when he first made this standard medi cine, that whiskey and morphine are in jurious, and so he has always kept them out of his remedies. Women who take this standard remedy know that in Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription they are getting a safe woman's tonic so good that druggists everywhere sell it, in liquid or tablet form. j-. New Plant at Dickson. E. L. Rice, fora&rly of this city and recently of Lotnsville, Ky., has located at Dickson, Tenn., where he will Join Messrs. Meadow, Boyd and Arnold In the manufacture of water proof goods.' The plant Is nearly ready for business. The machinery is on the ground and will be installed at once and then operations will be gin. Mrs. Rice was here this week visiting homefolks and friends, while Mr. Rice was in Ilickson getting ready for business. Bank Has New President. J. M. Campbell has been elected president of the Conmercial Bank to succeed R. M. Jackson, who has re moved to Union City. Mr. Campbell has served as president of the bank for a number of years, and retired a little over one year ago, when Mr. Jackson was elected. Obion County Enterprise. Sale at Troy. ; B. H. Settle, former lumber deal er, at Troy, Is advertising a sale of nomnnnl nrnnertv to take olace at roy November 28, including farm ing tools, houshold goods, etc. Sale vrill begin at 10 o'clock a. m., Nov. 28, with J. Lee Hughes as auctioneer. Marriage Licenses. David ATstalcup and Magadaline Isbell. Clifford Griffin and Veda Champ Ion. Freeman Prewltt and Ethel Work man. ' Holley Pennebaker and Gertie Hamilton. Thos. Walker and Elizabeth Haynes. Chester George and Effle Stacks. Aubrey Oliver and Jennie Phelps. Jas. Brice Jr., and ' Miss Agnes Ruth Coble. Regulate the bowels when they fail to move properly. HERBINE is an admirable bowel regulator. It helps the liver and stomach and re stores a fine feeling of strength and bouyancy. Prlco 60c. Sold by Oli ver's Drug Store. KEPT HER AWAKE Tie Terrible Pains b Back and Sides. Cardni Gave Relief. , Marksville, La. Mrs. Alice Johnson, of this place, writes: "For one year I Suffered with an awful misery in my back and sides. My left side was hurting me aD the time. The misery was something awfuL I could not do anything, not even sleep at night It kept me awake most of the night ... I took different medicines, but .nothing did me any good or relieved me Wil I took Cardui ... ? I was not able to do any of my work for one year and I got worse all the time, was confined to my bed off and on. I got so bad with my back that when I stooped down I was not able to straighten up again ... I decided I would try Cardui ; . . By time I had taken the entire bottle I was feeling pretty good -and 'could straighten up and my pains were nearly all gone. - -. I shall always praise Cardui. I con tinued taking it until I was strong and well." If you suffer from pains due to female complaints, Cardui may be just what yott need. Thousands of women who once suffered i i this way now praise Cardui for their J resent good health. Cave it a trial. y'.. - NC-133 "Mr. Olney Johnson motored over Sunday from Hickman. " Oysters at Baxdick's. . Phone 185. J. A. Coble is a business visitor this week In Middle Tennessee. Eat at Forrester's., T. T. Swayne, of Hickman, was a visitor in the city Sundayr Oysters at Bordick's. Phone 185 Mr. Thomas Howse, of Trenton, was a visitor in the city Sunday. Mrs. Cordie Garth was in Troy this week for a couple of days visit. Oysters at Bordick's. phone 185. Atorney W. M. Miles was a busi ness visitor this week in Nashville. Messrs. Paul Bowman and Homer Clark, of Troy, were In the city Sun day. Delighted to show you the complete line of Coal Heaters at Wehman's. Miss Annette Bratton returned Sunday , from a visit In Hickman with Miss Bess Choate. Mrs. Ella Howse and daughters spent last week end with Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Howse in Trenton. Nice line candy, fruits and cigars at Forrester's. Dr. and Mrs. ,T. F. Thomson, of Fulton, were In the city Sunday motoring over in a new car. Mrs. Frank Polk and J. R. Moffat, of . Troy, were in the city Tuesday attending the Brice-Coble wedding. Oysters at Burdick's. Phone 185. Mr. Geo. S. Miles, of Memphis, was a visitor last week in the city In the home of Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Miles, Sr. Misses Ruth Callicott and Mar garet Elizabeth Coldwell were week end visitors of Miss Marlon Shuck of Fulton. Why not buy the best you can for your money? Quality is first at Weh man's. The ministers, Revs. W. W. Arm strong, G. J. Evano and G. W. Evans are in Memphis this week attending Conference. Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Swlnney and Mrs. A. B. Johnston, of Hickman, were in the city Saturday visiting and shopping. The best talking machine is for sale at Kfrby's. Mr. Homer P. Pale, now a mer chant of Enid, Okla., was in the ci ty this week mingling with rela tives and friends. Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Sellars, of Martin, were in the city Sunday at tending the dedication services at the Methodist Church. Where do you eat and dritkf After all Forrester's place is the uest Messrs. W. if. White and D. A. Peeler went to Memphis this week to attend Annual Conference. Mr. White is a delegate from Union City church. . ' Hon. and Mrs. D. P. Caldwell went to Cottage Grove In Henry County Sunday to visit their son, David, who Is principal of " the Grove High School. Stomach distress goes in five min utes. Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store guarantees Mi-O-Na to relieve indi gestion or stomach trouble or money back. Mrs. John Ford and father, Mr. Otto Hertwick, of Cairo, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Percy Jones, of Hick man .were in t,he city last week Visiting Mrs. Anna Ford Walden. Mrs. A. E. Pettus and family left this week for Lobelville, Tenn., where Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ruffin are located. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Edmalston are ocupying the Pettus home on Home street. Hundreds of people have been re lieved of the agonies attendant on weak kidneys and bladder by using the remarkable treatment called Sol. vax which is sold by Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store. J. A. Coble, Son & Co., the cloth iers and haberdashers, are installing In their store in Union City a complete outfit of new fixtures for the display and sale of goods, a very elaborate arrangement made to suit the new order of things. " : " . Dr.'O. B. Chandler, of Des Moines, Iowa, was here , this week, paying a visit; to his brothers and the many friends in Union City. Dr. Chandler is now practicing in Des Moines, specializing in X-ray therapy, and his his offices are well fitted and arrang ed for the work. It's the simplest . thing in the world to use Hyomei and end catarrh. Breathe the medication through the littlo inhaler in every outfit and you will get relief at once. Money back If It fails. Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store. ' -' ' - "; 4 - ' ' Nothing more entertaining in the home than a Pathe Talking Machine. Call at Kirby's and hear them. "IS THIS GOOD BUSINESS?" IGHT now the stocks a lot more than prices have gone of that and charge more? We havn't raised prices; we're selling at old figures; we're giving you the benefit It's good business for you anyway. " Why We Say to You "Hart Schaffner & flarx" One of the reasons for our making so frequent and so emphatic an argument about Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes is that they represent the quality idea in mer chandise which" business men everywhere recognize as the thing people want Good quality in all-wool fabrics, good tailoring, good style, right fit; what more does a man want in clothes? The only point to be particular about is that when you pay for these things you get them. ' As for that Hart Schaffner & Marx guarantee a fit; we guarantee it; we promise more than quality, material and work; we guarantee you satisfaction. You ought to think of them as Your Clothes. Mr. Fred Gibson, of Memphis, was here last week advertising a public sale of farming implements and oth er Items to be held ft the former Gibson farm in Number Seven November 25. Col. R. T. Roberts will cry the Bale and has a very fine lot of goods things to offer.' See ad. Mrs. J. A. Baird Is in Jackson, Miss., having been called there to the bedside of her brother, Mr. W. H. Harris, who died last Saturday, the ISth Inst., after an illness which resulted in blood poisoning. Mr. Harris was the son of the late W. H. Harris, the grand old man of Gibson County, father of Mrs. J. A. Baird, this city, and well knojwn here, especially among the Confed erate veterans. The son was about fifty-one years of age and was a well-to-do citizen of his Mississippi home. PREPAREDNESS. This Is the slogan of the wise man. Stock are continually exposed to cuts, wounds, acatches,. etc. The man who Is prepared has his healing remedy on hand to stop all chances of blood poison. Farris' Healing Re medy is Highly Antiseptic. It is economical. One 60c bottle makes $2.00 worth of a healing Toil or oint ment. Money refunded if you are not satisfied. Frank C. Wehman, Union City, Tenn. T. A. Cummings, Rives, Tenn. Guy & Peery, Polk, Tenn. Last Trip This Year. Dr. Geo. M. Saunders will be- at his Union City office Friday Nov. 21, but will omit the December isit on account of Christmas holidays. Have your eyes examined and glasses pro perly fitted. Consultation free. Methodist Church. At the' First Methodist Church next Sunday morning, In the absence cf the-paetor at the eleven o'clock hour, he .laymen will have charge of a meeting, and Prof. Ranck will make and address. It is an oppor tunity for our people to get better acquainted' with the new superin tendent of our schools, and he will doubtless impress upon his hearers the importance of his relations be tween the schools and the churches. Ep worth League and Sunday Schools as usual. . There will be 'no preaching In the evening. we bought for fall are worth we paid for them. Market up. Should we take advantage We think not W. G. Clagett Company The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes Union City, Tennessee Burns Ten Hours on a Gallon 1F(jptn,'ECTio??ii ; PERFECTION I L Oil Heaters J KIDNEYS WEAKENING? LOOK OUT! Kldnr - troubles don't disappear of themselToa. Thejr . grow (lowly but steadily, undermining' health with deadly certainty, until you fall a vic tim to incurable disease. .' Stop your troubles while there la time. Don't wart until little pains become bhr aches. .Don't trifle with disease. To avoid future suffering begin treatment with GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Cap sules now. Take three or four every day until you are entirely free from pain. ' ThU well-known preparation has been one of the national remedies of Hol land for centuries. In 1696 the govern ment Of the Netherlands granted a special charter authorising its prepara tion and sale. WE ARE ASKING BUSINESS MEN. V " 'V iff) it Copyright i!l?,HattSch"affneriMa "'r! of Kerosene Perfection Oil Heaters are instant warmers. Safe, clean, odorless, portable. No coal, wood, ashes. Used in over 3,000,000 homes. Use Stanocola Burn ing Oil to secure the - best result. , - 'At all regular dealers STANDARD OIL CO. OF LOUISIANA. . The housewife of Holland would al most as soen be Without food as with out her Heal Dutch. Drops,"' as she quaintly calls GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules. They restore strength and are rexponsible In a great measure for the sturdy, robust - health of the Hollanders. Do not delay. Q6 to your druggist and insist on his supplying you with OOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules. Take them as directed, and if you are not satisfied with result your druggist will gladly, refund your money. Look for the name GOLD ACEJDAL on the box and accept no other. Ia sealed Doses, three sixes. - if 7 - , I , ' ' am Card of Thanks. We wish to express our sincere thanks, to those who so lovingly as sisted' us in the death and burial of dear husband and father Mr. J. H. Callis. -May God's richest blessings go with each and everyone of you is our prayer. Mrs. S. E. Callis, Malcom A. Callis and family, Clinton C. Callis and wife; Mrs. Pearl Morrisette and family. Stock Market. Cattle: Butcher cattle, cannera and mixed stuff opened slow, but closing active fully steady. Steer trade draggy, offering hard to move' at a decline of 25. to 50c. , Beef steers $8.50 to $19.50; stack ers and feeders $7.50 to $11.50; light butcher cattle $7.60 to $18; beef cows $7.50 to $12.50; fat bulls $8.60 to$ 10.50; sausage bulls $5.75 to $7.60. Hogs: Opening of the trade was Inclined to slowness but Improved as the session advanced soon realizing tlve and strong to 5c higher than last week's close; extreme top $14.85. 1 Bulk of good hogs 180 lbs. and up , $14.50 t$ 14.65; choice butcher hogs $14.65 to $14.85; plain and mixed hogs $14.25 to $14.40; choice 120 to 150 lb. pigs $14 to $14.50; light pigs $12 for common kinds up to $14.25 for best 115 lb. grades; roughs $13.00; , v ' Bulk of the good choice - lambs $14.50 to $15; medium and coarse bucky lambs "$ 12 to 14; cull lambs $6 to $9. Fat sheep $7.50; choppers ? and bucks $5 to $5.50; canners $3 to $3.50. . National Stack Comisslon Co. A Great Plant We are making the finest meat pro-!-ducts that can be made, and we are now prepared to take care of the trade in this territory in a satisfac tory manner. The success of our plant means Greater Union City, Greater Obion County, and better surrounding counties. ... Visit our Big Opening Tuesday. December': 9. Seeing is believing REYNOLDS PACKING CO.