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i It's Time to Change s Your Summer Underwear. It's time to change your Summer Suit. It's time to change your Summer Shoes. It's time to change your place of trading. It's time you were' trading with' the K. & K. STORE. -IT'S IRBY & IEIRHLAND ' Everything for Men and Boys QUARTERLY COUNTY COURT J. P. attendance $ 323.90 A. L. Giffln, H. P. Naylor, Alwyn Brevard, J. A. Jackson, l R. Robert son, W. A. McNolll, T. P. Pa'.iner, G. D. Summers, J. W. Yarbrough, T. W. Cunningham, C.W. Curr7, D. H. Bur nett, E. L. Bowora, J. C. Walker, C. M. Montgomery, P. H. Carroll. H. A. Moore, W. M. Freed, H. B. Fleming. C. P. Caldwell, E. H. Russell, W. W. Pierce, J. B. Skinner, J. D.'McBride, R. B. Gantlett, S. R. Bratton, J. W. McCorkle, R. C. Reynolds, W . J, Da vidson, A. K. Wells, Alex Mitchell, Bob Fox, A. -M. Moultrie, J. W. Buch anan,. S. A. McDade, G. W. Robey, J. H. Jouakin. TAX RATE. The county tax rate is fixed by tho court as follows: : County ....... .12 cents - Common school.. 12 cents Road 8 cents Bond ; 2 cents B FOR YOUR BLOOD B I I To be healthy and strong, you must have a certain amount of iron probably need iron in their blood and should take i' 1 ' ' .... ' your blood. i-When your blood lacks iron, nothing can take its place Q and you are bound to surfer for iron until you get it Pale, weak; f) D nervous people, who suffer, from headaches, indigestion, rheumatic i pains, lack of appetite, and who feel tired, worn-out and depressed, I I probably need iron in their blood and should take M I I 13 D D O y o The Scientific Iron Tonic Mr. A. R. Erwin writes from Ocilla, Ga.: " 1 am a man of 65; have taken very little medicine ef any kind. Two years ago 1 got a pain in my back, pains in the muscles of my arm and leg; no appetite, very weak, languid, depressed, no energy, nervous and irritable . . . 1 took three bottles of Ziron, and got all right." , Get a bottle of Ziron Iron Tonic Tablets, today. II the first bottle taken fill, in I benefit you, your money will be refunded, for ill good druggist Mil Ziron on money- LjiEiiorniizioofisioxiiiEiooi; .8 D o a 0 0 ,. Total . ..; ....... 34 cents . The total State tax for all pur poses is 34 cents, which makes the total State and County tax rate 8 cents on the one - hundred dollars. . The following , additional rates are fixed: . -.r . . : f .' i Marriage licenses, $1.00; mer chant's privilege tax the same as the schedule for the State. Poll tax, State and county, 42.00. , Advalorcm tax is fixed as folldws: , County ........ 12 cents '' Common schol . . 12 cents Road ......... 8 cents Bond ' 2 cents Total 34 cerfts Notaries public are elected as fol lows: . ; 1 '" J. A.' Whipple, J. S. Crockett, Wade H. Pyle, P. D. Hornbeak, Wm. F. Tate, W. E. Jackson. ORDERS. , J. D. McBride and J. A. Jackson, to superintend building- bridge over a washout near Owens steel bridge in No. 12. 7 W. W .Pierce' and J. B. Skinner, to superintend ' building bridge on Mason Hall and Trimble road it $3.00 per foot, 22 feet long. E. H. Russell to superintend building bridge on line between Nos. 6 and 10, 60 feet long, at a cost not to exceed- $250. J. H. Jonakin, to superintend! building bridge near E. G. Maynard's at a cost not to exceed $50. P. D. Hornbeak and J. R. Graham, to superintend building bridge acros3 Don't Dream of- Lower rices. T&Iie Aclvsiini- 1 , - : ' ' tage of tHeni. 6UR STORE IS FULL OF THEM. Standard Six Cord Spool Cotton, 40-100 sizes, per spool Hoosier Brown Domestic, weight 4 yards to pound Extra Heavy Unbleached Cotton Flannel, special per yd Extra Heavy Cotton Outing, best made, per yd . Extra Good Quality, Dark, yard wide Percale. ;... The good kind of Ginghams, that does not fade, per yd .. ..' -5c ..25c ....... 30c 35c ..........39c ....35c to 45c Our stock of Underwear is the most complete of any j; in this country at pre-war prices. V . , . . ...... . Childrens medium weight Union Suits, sizes 6 to 12, each 50c Childrens Bleached Union Suits, sizes 2 to 12. each -- . i75c Childrens Bleached Union Suits, extra good quality, sizes 2 to 12, with buttons to fasten , : to bloomers or boys pants, as well as place for supporters $1.25 : Boys Fleece lined Union Suits, 2 to 12, $1.00 suit; 12 to 16. 1.25 Special Ladies Fleece Lined Union Suits, 34, 36, 3d sizes..; .. -. ... .-:..- i.25 Men's Fleece Lined Seoarate Garments, each '. 1.00 Men's Heavy weight Ribbed and Fleece Lined Union" Suits - - 1.95 The most complete line of infants, childrens, boys, girls, la dies and men's 'Sweaters ever shown in this city. If you need a pair of Shoes for anyjmember of the family, we have the right shoejat the right price. Come in and see iand be convinced. THElflOUSE THAT GUARANTEES EVERY ARTICLE IT SELLS i rri I NM fl H tJm fel M OINOEH SNAP! . -; ix,itf ; - .-iJ.s-f?Pr2r ' Tur9wrixswTimvmr la Biscuit lIlSglttjEAISCUI ISGUIT , LJ I f sim -imrh , ; -vyi... miiiiii 1 1 j'ii ii ii ii I. if j i ii i i lit - L - - - :'j- . fT:"r'''HwF'T.rr, m , ii ;ii jV' .Mm --rrhis Pantrv Fears No Food Emergency A SHELF of this , pantry, ist stocked with , National Biscuit Company ( products and you will find such pantries wherever you go. No food occasion can take it by surprise. There is always something good on hand for, . any meal or when company unexpectedly calls. Thousands of homekeepers everywhere have learned the everyday comfort of making Biscuitry a real part of daily fare. A supply of N. B. C. products always in the house a package or two of a few varieties means a great saving of time -and labor and the ready solving of many a problem cf vhat-to-serve. Have an N. B. C. shelf in your pantry. The ' day-by-day convenience and appetite-satisfaction will well repay you. Every variety comes to your table oven-sweet and fresh, no matter ' where bought or when you open the protecting In-er-seal Trade Mark package. Your grocer carries a complete line. A few packages on your pantry shelf saves constant re-ordering and enables you to meet any food emergency instantly and well. Iff 'HI S3 HIT ii Clover Creek, 80 feet long, cost not to exceed $300. , F. R. Robertson, to superintend fixing washout and bridge work, at a cost not to exceed $15, also to re pair Shapard bridge across Reel foot Creek, In Dist. No. 3, at a cost not to exceed' $25. - J. R. Graham and Clyde Higgs, to superintend work in No. 14, cost not to exceed $75. ' F. R. Robertson, to, superintend building bridge in No. 3 between H. W. K ward's and J. A. Escue's, at a cost not to exced $80. J. B. Adkcrson, to superintend repairing three bridges east of I. C. R. R. on Davis lill levee, at a cost not to exceed $200. J. J. Wells and J .J. Fox, to super intend repairing bridge near J. J. Fox, at a cost not to exceed $50. Ed Byars, to superintend refloor- ing bridge near L. W. Everett's, cost not to exceed $85. D. H. Burnett, to superintend re pairing bridge between Polk and Baker's, cost not to-exceed $10 - D. H. Burnett, to superintend re pairing red .barn bridge near John W. Bennett's. " Obion County Bridge and Levee Commision, to superintend building bridge 22 feet long on Troy and Obi on public road near Joe Bennett'?, ilso to build bridge 20 feet long on Troy and Trenton road north of I. O. Ft. It. -., J. H. Jorgan, to superintend building bridga on lake road in No. 9, at cost not to exceed $75. D II. Burnett and D. M. Carmack, to superintend building bridge on Troy and Rives road, cost not to ex c6ed $100. O. G. Williams ordered to proceed to condemn land and open road on Ceo. Burrus farm in No. 6. J. A. Jackson, to 'superintend building bridge 40 feet long across creek near Fremont in No. 3, cost not to exceed $180. " v Walter Via, to superintend build ing bridge in No. 9 near J. W. Bur dine farm. , r ' D. H. Burnett and D. M. Carmack, to superintend building 20-foot steel bridge near home of D. M. Carmack. Esq. Bowers,' to .superintend re pairing first bridge on Stanley levee . west of Obion River. . . 3. ,W. Jolly and J. H. Jonakin, to superintend repairing levee on Rich land Creek i near McConnell in No. 16, cost not to exceed $1350. - Hugh Smith and Jake Caldwell, to superintend building levee on Gibbs road, at a cost not to exceed $2000. 'i ' - V ' r , E. M. Brown, J. Ml Caldwell and J. D. Klllion, to build bridga in No. 3 at Protemus, cost not to .exceed $140. - W. M. Freed, to superintend . building bridge over Dougherty Creek, Cost not t exceed $83. Df. H. W. Qualla, County Health Officer, made report, including ex amination of Union City drinking water, which was received. L. C. Browder elected high school : commissioner to fill out unexpired term of J. M. Chambers. ' Poor" house commissioners were elected as follows: T. P. Finch, D. H. Burnett and W. R. Andrews. - ' 1 . f '