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If you are thin, pale, lack energy,
suffer with indigestion, nervousness
and irritability, cannot sleep and
have no appetite, we guarantee that
"Vinol" will make for you rich, red i
blood and restore your health and
strength. If you will try "Vinol"
and it does not help you, we agree
to return your money. This shows
our" faith and fairness. Will you
try it? rMI
Red Cross Drug' Store
WATSON & -KIMZEY, Proprietors
Phone 100 East Side Free City Delivred
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Mrs. W. G. Kynum is reported
very 6ick tbis week.
Mr. Ben Hale was up from Hick
man Sunday to visit bis mother.
Mr. Nolan and son, of Memphis,
are tb ; guests Mrs. Ernest Badg
Mrs. Novella Hill, of Humboldt,
is visiting' her sister, Mrs. John
Baird.
Sorry to report the illness of Miss
Nell Dean at her home on Mary
street.
Dr. Y. Frank McMichael has re
turned from the East and will be at
his office daily untii July 8. If you
sutler with headache or nervous
trouble: if you have never used
glasses and your eyes blur, smart,
itch or burn: or if you have tried
and never been properly fitted with
glasses, rememher that Dr. McMich
ael never fails. Since residing- in
Union "ity, less than two years, the
Doctor has adjusted glasses for
more than twelve hundred cases,
mostly complicated cases, when
others had failed. Remember that
Dr., McMichael does not divide his
talent, he centers it on his specialty.
For the next eight days Dr. Mc
Michael will examine eyes free of
Gus M. Bryan and C. D. Gibbs,
the Trenton merchants, were here charge, something he has never
Sunday.
IS IT NOT BETTER TO:
1 Buy Your Groceries 1
Where You Get The Best 3
Of both quality and price than
to be satisfied with either alone.
g WE'RE NEVER AFRAID OE COMPARISON 3
We have placed our prices against competition too
often to have any fears as to the result
g - Where Quality Counts - K-
i Williams & vSkinner 1
H ' ' East Side PHONE 79 Three Wagons
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With the UNION CITY HARDWARE & FURNITURE CO.
Tin Work, Roofing:, Guttering and
Sheet Metal Work of AH Kinds.
Roof Painting.
All work in a workmanlike .and satisfactory manner.
Tin work in the country will be done on short notice.
Prices as reasonable as can be found anywhere.
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.JflMGLY TALK
HARDY GRAIN CO.
Wants to buy or store your wheat.
We will pay highest market price and
unload your wagons quickly, without
your assisting, at the East side of our
New Elevator, away from all railroad
tracks, trains, etc. '
If you desire to store your wheat we
can furnish room, in our elevator, where
our. facilities for turning rapidly and
keeping in perfect condition are unex
celled, and the insurance rate is lowest
in the city. Our storage rates are rea
sonable. Come to see us before you sell or
store your wheat.
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HARDY
Miss Florence Neil, of Trenton,
is in the city, a guest of Miss Alma
Hajdon.
Mr. Love, ot Dversburg, father of
Mrs. Harris Partin, was in the citj
this week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Inman and Mr.
L. A. Smith, of Troy, were in the
city last Friday.
Mrs. June Crawford and Miss
Mayme Doyle returned from Jack
son Thursday evening-.
Miss Ethel Richards went to
Knoxville last week to attend the
State Teachers' Institute.
Miss Annie Merryman, who has
been teaching at the Hickman Col
lege, is visiting in McKenzie.
Mr. Andrews and family, of Troy
vicinity, Sundayed with Mrs. An
drews' mother on Home street.
Attorney Ernest Reeves, of Ca-
ruthersville,Mo.,was in the city last
week engaged in legal matters.
Mrs. Robinson spent a couple ot
days with Mrs. Lexie Parks, re
turning to Memphis Saturday.
Mrs. A. J. Curlin will go to Wyck-
liffe to spend a few days with Mr.
Curlin, who is there for a few days.
Miss Jessamyn Harrison is at
home after an extended visit to
Maiden and other Missouri points.
Mr. M. W. Darby, ot Florence,
Ala., will be here on the Fourth
to visit Mr. and Mrs, A. J. Beadles.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Porter went
to Springfield, Tenn., this week to
visit the home of Mr. Porter's pa
rents'.
Mr. W. H. Lanzer,. of Chicago, is
here this week with his family. He
will probably be in Union City for
several weeks.
Mrs. Tom Pierce and children, of
St. Louis, were in Union City this
week as the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Rice A. Pierce.
Mrs. Tom Pierce and daughter
are with Mrs. Rice Pierce on Flor
ida avenue for a few days. Mrs.
Pierce, Jr., will leave for Lebanon
in a few days.
Col. G. T. Taylor was in Wash
ington City this week. The Colonel
was doubtless a visitor at the Ex
ecutive Mansion.
Miss Cordie Green, who has been
located at Clarksdale, Miss., tor
several months, has returned to her
home near Jordan.
done betore. Hours, 8 a. m. to 5 p.
m. Office, Nailling's corner, Union
City, Tenn.
Miss Lula Lee and Mrs. Ida Ky
kendall, of District Number Twelve,
passed through Union City last Fri
day going to McKenzie to attend
the Teachers' Institute.
Miss Dean and Miss Threlkeld
and brother, chaparoned by Mrs.
Mary Wheeler, spent Sunday even
ing at the Junction, lunching in the
woods and returning home on the
evening train.
The 6olo by Miss Threlkeld at the
Christian Church Sunday was artistically-rendered
tor a novice.
Miss Threlkeld has been studying
voice culture under Mrs. Wheeler
only a few weeks.
Mr. S. D. Woosley informs us that
Mrs. Willis Nailling donated $1.00
to t h e Little Tycoon Co. fund,
which should have been added to
the statement appearing in this pa
per a week or two ago.
Mrs. Shelton, formerly Mi6s Adele
Cooper, of Troy, was a visitor in
the Trov and Pleasant Hill country
this week. Mrs. Shelton was the
guest of honor at a recepti6n given
by Mrs. Ki Wade last week.
Mrs. D. N. McClure, Mrs. Will
Nash, Miss Mabel Griffin and Rev
E. L. Watscn left Monday night
for Estill Springs to attend the
Baptist State Convention. They
will be absent about ten days,
Miss Alice Hickman, who has
been at home for a few weeks from
the Dickson school, left last week
for Valparaiso, Ind., to take a spe
cial teacher's course. Thence she
goes to Dickson to teach again.
Judge H. O. Head, of Sherman,
Texas, arrived Monday and is
guest of his son. H. O. Head, Jr.,
at Glengarry Farm this week.
Judge Head is here looking alter
his interests in Obion County.
Mr. Herbert Tisdale, of St. Louis,
is in the city for the Fourth. He
will in the future travel in this ter
ritory representing the Imse-Shil
ling Sash and Door Co., of St. Louis,
Mr. Simmons Tisdale, of Chicago,
will arrive Monday for a few days'
visit
jpf July
CkiieuE
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HE STORE
Jj ROUNDS
to supply our trade. Besides in the Meat
Market have the choicest of
Lambs, Mutton, Beef
and Pork.
Place your orders early.
Yours very truly,
W. G. REYNOLDS.
Our wagon passes your door every
day; or phone 109 for bread, cakes,
fruits and everything good to eat.
Mrs. A. D. Keller, who has been
dangerously ill for several days, is
reported very much improved with
Mrs. Bon Hamilton and pretty chances favorable for recovery
little daughter, Miss Evelyn, are There are many kind friends who
spending this week visiting friends are glad to know this. Mrs. Keller
is indeed a most estimable lady and
her illness has elicited widespread
and relatives at Troy,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown, of
Memphis, after several days at the
residence of "Mrs. Clara Edwards,
returned hotrfe Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Barker are
Bpeuding a few weeka i n Union
City. They have been visiting Mr.
and Mrs. E. P. Grissom.
Mrs. Frank Holland and Mrs. W.
E. Ryan returned to Springfield
Saturday, after a visit with Mrs
T. J. Latimer in the city. ,
Carter Bros., at Rives, have pur
chased the grocery and lunch bouse
near the M.& O. station. Tbis was
formerly handled by Mr. Ezell.
Rev. Castleberry leaves in a few
days for Springfield, Tenn. After
a few days there he and Mrs. Castle
berry will visit Washington and
Boston.
Miss Ruth Parks returned from
Tampa, Florida, Wednesday. She
sympathy
Rev. L. G. Landenberger will con
duct services in the New Church
House of Worship on Friday even
ing, June 29. Subject, "Jacob's Lad
der," Sunday morning-, Julv 1. at
11 o'clock, "The House of the Lord,"
Sunday evening, "Religion in Busi
ness. All are cordially invited to
attend these services.
Attorney Tom Morris, of Obion,
was in tne city last Saturday.
Among omer improvements in
Obion Mr. Morris informs us that
the Sheriff, Mr. J. T. Chiles, is hav
ing a very attractive residence con
structed at Obion. In architectural
beauty it is said to be one of the
most complete in this section
Miss Susie Richards, who spent
the school term in Texas teaching,
was prevented from taking the
DR. WILL A. NAILLING.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office Nailling's Corner, near Postoffice.
Phone 41.
Hours
9 to 10 a. m.
2 to 3 p. m.
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W. E. Walters
Successor to Harry McMurry & Co.
Staple and Fancy
Groceries.
7 A share of your patronage will be ap
y predated- Prompt service.
Telephone 421. - Free Delivery.
BUT WHEN WE TALK ABOUT
RU-MA-GO
THE MEDICINE THAT
MAKES RHEUMATISM GO
We back up our talk with the cash. .
In other words if you find after try
ing it that, it don't cure rheumatism
on you, your money is refunded.
RU-MA-GO Cures Rheumatism by
its actions through the system. It
is taken internally, and don't just
relieve; IT CURES.
SOLD BY
ALLEN DRUG CO.
2TAXZ.Z.ZXr08 CORNER.
was accompanied by Miss Rebecca triP to Newark on account
Hunter, who will spend the sum- luc 2"
mer bere ouc wtta luciciutc required
to remain in quarantine station
four or fire dava before fclartino-
vf r j I . . . .
"f"u' ., tame up muuud; uu home. sne win return direct irom
visit to the latter's mother, Mrs. Havana.
Naylor. Mr. Paesler returned the Phot0jfraplg on th9 rourth
same day, bis wife remaining for a a chancfe for Yon All.
short visit. - tX oe .
Ioiamp puuiuM, jut. i.o icuis, rur
that day only. Special prices on my
hkrh crrade work. Pictures of the
at $4.75, at mill. Strictly parade, races, sham battle and every
uiuci iicni ui in lci est uu me jj i In
gram will be made during1 the day
and will be for sale at the studio. .
guaranieea, or money re-i
funded. Dahnke-Walker
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Mrm. Harray Borln. Harrfebor. Illinois. Cured by "ZEMO" Afar Fir YuV Tortur.
WHY?
SUFFER
THE
TORTURE OF
ECZEMA OR ANY
SKIN DISEASE
WHEN THIS
GOOD MEDICINE
frZEMO
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HAS NEVER
FAILED TO CURE
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B. W. Bom Midotki Co., r Lonit, Ho. Habkisbitjmj, UX.. Mr 12th. 1905.
rAK BiHfti Bcltarln tht Tt bit armt. If not mj life, I will lxllr nll nil
nfferer from Kitmt wbt finr gnn4 medlrt n ma for m. 1 suffered six roars from a iortunr.a
IWtxing et-m of bjna sriud. i triert eiffbt dlfferant samon, and stott eacnia cure I
oonll bear of witboal relief. TM irrew sud spread to nr rmok and bruast: mi
arms had rreat boles atn In fhotni 1 soon ith an lnlld and was oonttnod to mr bed nart
of the time. Mr busband bonghta bottieof "StKMi)"! h( rlrrt applicaUoo stoixiod tbe lurlilnn
and I began tolmprorei in i weeks and om rtar tlw dias had dionppvared and mr ami. were
-' - ... " - irein m .i 1 1 1 i yi . ur anus were so nal
some of my fnebds wanted Die to hare tbem taken off. bat I would not aim. 1 am now entireir
eured and bare gained ton ptionds lnwi.iirht. aiid tWI bstter Uiaa 1 bare telt In maof reara, I
short of a miracle. I
and reoommend "ZEMt
imj Itoluug akin diseoM, Yours gratf all.
I ton pounds In wii(rht and fl better Uuta 1 bare telt In Bior reara, 1
err br oin -ZV.mj" nothui - . . ,
wiif glsdir answer all Inquiries ' -1 ) . . .V) , .
" to aU persons .uBerinir from VW, HGJXfiMjJl 'iiAVlVO,
QUARANTBKO AND SOLO BV
MillingiCo.
wal.'ace a via stand, t
Sold by HED CROSS DRUG STOUI
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A. J. Mauritz,

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