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Read this ad. unless
Yob want to save
Money on your Gro
conoSi i i i ii i
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Compare these prices with
the ones you are paying,
and you will see at once
that you can save at least
io per cent.
on your purchases.
Granulated Sugar 1 8 lbs $1
Patent Flour, per bbl. . $4.25
" " 24-lb sack . . 60c
ISiavy tteans, per id ..... 4c
3 cans Early June Peas . 25c
2 cans sifted Teas . . . . 25c
2 cans Unity Hominy . . 1 t;c
3 cans Red Kidney Beans 25c
1 vlb can Baked Beans . 10c
Armour Star Mince Meat ,
3 packages for . . -..T. , 25c
Two Cans Best Standard
corn tor ....... . 15c
JNiew r runes, 3 lbs. . . . 25c
Cal. Evaporated Peaches
per pound. ..... . . 15c
Evaporated Apples, per lb 10c
Quaker Oats . 10c
Coal Oil, per gallon . . .15c
Clairette Soap, 7 bars for. 25c
Seven boxes Bird Eye or
Searchlight matches for 25c
Arm & Hammer Soda, lb . 5c
Crackers, per pound ... 8c
Flake Hominy, per lb . . 3jc
Chopped Hominy, per lb . 3c
Small Pickle, per gallon, 35c
Good Green Coffee, lb . . 15c
Roasted Coffee, lb . 15c to 35c
3 boxes Bluing ... . . 10c
3-lb can Tomatoes , . . , 10c
Bertha N. O. Molasses, per
gallon . . . . . 60c
Meal per half bushel . . . 35c
Our Pride or Buffalo Sal
mon, per can
15c
I. W. Stone
Telephone 130
UNION CITY TENN.
D. P. CALDWELL
NOTARY PUBLIC
Can supply you with Notary Blanks,
151ank Deeds, Mortgages and Trust
Pi eds at the very lowest prices.
WHAT THEY SAY.
Kend whut Mrs. RHtn Wyltr. who lives on the
Troy-l'iiioii City Triad, mitt who is one of Otiion
1'Minty'n incmt hiithly resctl ladies, hns to Ray
rf Hrimo Citrate of Lithium Compound:
"l'eelinit that history of m.v ense may he the.
niennn of brinniiiir relief from pain and happines
toother poor snuerors of kidney disease, I take
lltn.s"re in irivinic you this testimonial:
"For a uumlxr of years, I have been a great
mifferer f rom kidney affection, and the pain and
distress niveu nte by my luiek was nt times nl
mont unbearable. A friend siiyurested that t try
yonr BenKO Citrate of I,ithiiim Compound, and I
decided to do so. and was delighted niter tikinu
n couple of bottles to find myself so mneh lietler
that I felt certain of 11 complete cure, which was
affected with two more bottle. My back isas
filrotiu as er, in fact I never know I haw a back
no far a pnin is comeriied, and I feel ntid know
thiit to your wonderful remedy I owe my present
excellent health. Yours respectfully,
KI.l.HX WYI.IE.
OfTic Morgan Building, t'liion City, Tenn.
, TRA1SE t'ROM A DRl'GGiST
I feel that 1 can consistently recommend to the.
pnhlic Dr. Cnnnon'n Cascnra Tablets as heinarone
of the very best remedies manufactured for the
relief nnd cure of constipation . bad blood, head
ache, biliousness nd a generally run down ays-
lent. . .... .
I have taken the tablets nnd derived jrreat lien
efit from them, and take pleasure in stating that
I feel confident they will accomplish all ir. Cuii
non claims for them. Respectfully.
C. V. JONKS. Union City, Tenn.
WHAT NK OF t'NION CITYH OI.DKST
MFKCHANTS SAYS OF BKN.O CI
TRATE Oh- UTHILM.
I have been a sufferer for years with a kidney
trouble, and tried ninny remedies, with but little
twnr tit. I visited Red Boilmn Sprints for my
complaint: but I can truthfully say that I have
received more benefit from Dr. Cannon s Benio
Citrate of Lithium Compound than from oil other
mendltiir o an? one suftennit with kidney or
blailder n flection this merlin remedy.
HARRY T. ROBINSON.
WHT A IHUM'T.AR 8HOK SAI.KSMAN SAYS
Ol' HYCHON.V THK C.RKAT CA
TARRH AND BltK)D KKMKUY
Veeting that some one may be benefited by my
enpeTieuce, 1 take great pleasure in soyinif thHt
1 believe there is no remedy manufactured that
can equal Or. Cannons Hyehona for cntarrh. bad
tiUxxl and a run down constitution. 1 suffered
with catarrh, and was in such a run-down condi
tion that it sceined that I had scarcely no energy,
MPWtite' was had. mid life was almost burdt n.
1 concluded to tfive Hvchoua trial, and Mess the
Any that I henan its use, for in a short tmif I was
tnv old self, feeling as well ss I had eve ft It in
my lite. Kcspc ilully
JA-ARNN
Legtl Thorn was in Rutherford
Sunday.
George Dahnke was in St. Loui
this week on business.
R. L. Thornton, of Rutherford
was in the city Monday.
Mrs. C. M. Sanders has returned
from a visit to Mississippi.
R. F. Tisdale was in Meridian
Miss., on business this week.
Dr. Green, ot Umalia, 111., was a
visitor in the city this week.
Jas. McKinney, of Gleason, wa
here this week visiting friends."
Mrs. Chas. Burchard and little
babe visited friends at Martin Sun
day.
Mr. Jas. McKenney has accepted
a place as assistant in Dr. W. A
Nailhng's office.
Mr. Foster French has gone to
Cairo where he has accepted a place
with YV. R. Webster.
Mr. Arch White is able to sit up
this week, which is very pleasant
news to his friends.
Mrs. A. Mullins spent a few days
with her daughter, Mrs. J. Cotton,
in Hickman last week.
F. S. White returned from Texas
last week, a little early on account
of his father's sickness.
Dr. F. M. McRee and G. R. Ken
ney, Esq., came down from Nash
ville to be at home Saturday and
Sunday.
Jas. L. Haguewood, of the Hardy
Bros. & Haguewood Co., went to
Dyersburg Monday on a short busi
ness trip.
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Walker
leave this week tor a trip to Cuba
over the Havana Limited and the
"S. S. Prince George."
.Mrs. B. F. Lane and daughter,
Miss Jennie, were very sick for sev
eral days with grip last week at
home on Church street.
Mrs. LeFils and son are arrang
ing to move to St. Louis. They
have rented a building for the pur
pose of keeping boarders.
W. H. Cook. Chas. T. Moss, Gran
ville Sanders and a Rives candidate,
Preston Shore, were admitted into
fellowship with Elks here Friday
night. - .
Mr. and Mrs. Fons Gibbs, of
Thompson Station, were in the city
this week visiting Mrs. Moss and
the families of Messrs. George and
William Gibbs.
John B. Gordon Chapter, U.D.C.,
will meet Thursday, Feb. 21, at 3
o'clock, with Mrs. Joe Nailling on
Harrison street. AH members re
quested to be presant.
Dr. W. A. Nailling reports the
arrival of babies at the homes
of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Boone and
Mr. and Mrs. Will R. Johnson, a
son at the former and a daughter
at the latter.
Mrs Emma FordNowlin, who ar
rived a few days ago from a trip to
Europe and has been visiting with
her sister, Mrs. Anna Ford Eber
hardt, left Sunday for her home in
California.
R. T. Curlin. will be in New York
and the dry goods markets of the
North and East for several weeks
selecting and arranging for the con
signment of his stock of spring
goods. Mr. Curlin left Tuesday.
Dr. W. A. Nailling has purchased
the Godwiu building, on Church
street, near the park, occupied by
the Niles Drug Co. The building
has been leased to the present oc
cupant for a term of three years.
Mrs. Ethel F. Greer and son,
Ferrell, of Memphis, were in the
city a few days last week visiting
relatives and friends. They left
Friday for St. Louis to join Mr.
Greer, and will reside in St. Louis
in the future.
J. V. Verhine, of Morgan-Verhine
Co., left Sunday night going to mar
ket for the purpose of buying goods
tor the coming spring season. Mr.
Verhine will be in St. Louis, Chi
cago, New York, Philadelphia and
Cincinnati.
On the 3d inst. a fine young man
made bis appearance at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. . E. Denham
Ueing the rightful heir to the royal
chatr occupied by his eminent father
he has already been decorated with
the emblem "hiki." He will at the
proper time be instruted in the art
of how to test the candidate.
Miss Mary Eleta Webster has
been quite sick for several days.
Frank MrCnllougb sold his home
on Third sireet to H. Parks, and
will leave in a tew days for Califor
nia.
Col. Joe W. Temple is at home.
suffering trom the effects of a se
vere attack of la grippe. He has
been sick about three weeks.
Egbert Blair, traveling freight
and passenger agent for the Wa
bash Railroad, witb headquarters
at Atlanta, Ga., was here the first
of the week. '
Dr. Leich and wife, of Memphis,
have located in Union City. They
are boarding at the Corbett House.
Dr. Leich will have his office in the
Nailling building.
Two and a halt solid hours of
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Godwin & Williams.
Will S. Godwin has returned from
Bardwell and has again purchased
a one-half interest in the etst side
grocery, formerly sold by him to
Mr. W. P. Skinner. The firm will
in the future be known as Godwin
& Williams. CJ
This town, nor any other, for that
matter, can claim as citizens any
better men than Chas. Williams and
Will S. Godwin, They are polite.
courteous, and business strictly.
They grew up in Union City and
have spent their lives in a grocery i $.
store They know the business I j
from A to Z. and have friends in
this section by the hundred. This
firm has always enjoyed a good
business.
Mr. Skinner has not decided what
he will do. but will likely accept a
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Patterns for Shirt Waists,
fun are promised at Reynolds next traveling position for a St. Louis
Fridav nirrht. Feb. 22. when that wholesale house.
odd fellow," Harry Beresford comes
to town with "The Woman Hater."
Beresford is a specific for that indi
go feeling.
From Hickman.
Hubbs-Joyner.
Mr Jack Hubbs and Miss Nell
Joyner were married in Jackson last
Sunday evening at the home of Mr,
and Mrs. W. W. Heathcock. Miss
A. M. Millsaps and Miss Hannah Joyner had been a guest of Mrs.
Fisher, ot Hickman, were married Heathcock in Jackson fo several
at the court-house in this city last days, and Mr. Hubbs took advan-
Monday, Esq. W. W. Hall perform- tage of the opportunity to have the
ing the marriage ceremony. ceremony solemnized in that city.
The Rot. J, B.Eshman, pastor of
the Cumberland Presbyterian
Danger of using Alcoholic Mixtures Ch"ch- was the minister in charge, g
or Coal Tar Tablets. The bride is a daughter of Mr. jj
. , t . and Mrs. Robt. Jovner. one of the
raying asiae au moral oojcciions ... .
no-nlnar. filling nn th ivnton. with UCB- Known iamwies in xiauser vai-
whiskey or drusrs because one has a Ie7 neighborhood. She
cough or cold, the dangerous physical ly admired for the many
effects should be sufficient to keep one accomplishments that contribute to
from using these strong medicines. the charm of womankind. Miss
A thoroughly scientific way to treat Joyner was not only a social favor-
a cousw ana cold as wen as a sensiDie se. but one whose irenial and whole.
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in Handmade, French Lingerie Cloth,
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In narrow and wide patterns. Also a
full line of the latest things in match
sets for spring sewing . . ..........
method Is to breathe Hyomei through
the neat pocket Inhaler that comes
with every outfit. The first breath of
its healing medication relieves the
Irritation, and Its continued me soon
effects a thorough cure
The best people In Union City al
some character inspired the esteem
and loyalty of her friends.
Mr. Hubbs is a son of the late
John Hubbs, and a young man of I
excellent character and acquire
ments. He is a salesman in the
grLTand Now is your chance to save money.
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One-half
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ways keep Ilyomel in the house dur- leading hardware house at May
ing the winter months, and at the field, having received his early
first symptoms of a cold or bronchial training in the house of the Deitzels
troubles, use the remedy, and prevent in Union City.
serioas ana lasting mnes. xneguar- There are scores of warm friends
an tee tnat ued cross i-uarmacy give who wish them , Hfe and h
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vince you of its' curative powers. A
complete Hyomei outfit cost but f 1.00,
extra bottles if needed 50c, and Red
Cross Pharmacy guarantee to refund
the money if does not give satisfac
tlon.
ness.
Marriage at Kenton.
At the home of the bride's broth
er, Chas. Wade, at Kenton, last
Friday evening, Miss Zaida Wade
and Mr. Jesse A. Beadles were unit-
No Small Towns. ed in marriage, Rev. R. L. Keathly
There is an old saying in the the- pastor of the Cumberland Presby
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Land for Eal.
One hundred acres of land, 2
miles from city, for sale cheap or
for trade is exchange for Union
City property .
4(-4t. rt C. E. Cobb.
atrical business, "once a deadhead,
always a deadhead" and there is
much truth in the saying. Dead
heads don't approve of the rules laid
down by Artetnus Ward: MYou
can t go in without paying, but you
may pay without going in." "Their
dodges to avoid paying are often
humorous and ingenious."
An amusing story ia told of an
encounter Harry Beresford, who
will, be seen here in "The Woman
hater" Friday night, Feb. 22, at
Reynolds Opera House, had with a
would-be deadhead in a small town
ast season. He was standing in
the lobby of the theater one even-
ng when a man came up to him
and said:
Are you Mr. , Beresford?" The
reply being in the affirmative, the I years.
teuow said:
Do you recognize the profes
sion.' ,
Are you an actor?" asked Mr.
Beresford, scenting a little fun.
The fellow said "Yes," and be
ing asked if he was tragedian, said
he was.
terian Church, saying the cere
mony.
Miss Wade is one ot Kenton's
most prominent young ladies and
for a long time has served as post
mistress. 1
Mr. Beadles is employed in the
train dispatcher's office at Cairo,
111., where the newly married ecu
pie will make their future home.
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of the Finest Coffee in town for $1.00 and we
will present you with another pound with
every dollar's worth you buy. Guarantee it.
Will furnish you Groceries of all kinds at
Married.
T. N, Morns, a very excellent
c 1 1 1 zen of the Fremont country
was here Monday and gave us a
memorandum of two weddings. One
was the marriage of Jas. Armstrong
and Miss Cora Council. This took
place Sunday, the 10th inst., at the
home of TVlrs. Kirkendall, with
whom the bride had lived for many
Another was the marriage
of Jas. Hicks and Maudie Glover,
which was also solemnized on the
10th inst. The bride is a daughter
of Cheatham Glover and the groom
a son of Robt. Hicks. All are very
popular and a worthy youug people.
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! v W. E. WALTERS
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Telephone 421. ::: Free Delivery y
Use Dahnke-Walker Milling Co.
flnnr. a linm nrrwltirt and crnaran.
.n.A fi,: i ' e
a-uvx. jrvu cvci vuiwagvj teed
asked Mr. Beresford.
' "Sure" was the reply.
"Well, did you ever play Ham
let?" -:
'Naw, I never - played none of
them small towns."
Concrete.
W. H. Hamilton, of Hammond,
Ind., was here this week looking
for a location for concrete work.
Mr. Hamilton is thoroughly post
ea in tnat line ot work and says
Card ot Thanks. that it is now being adopted all
We take this method of extending over the country. The railroads
to the friends and neighbors who so are using it for base work and the
willingly aided us in our sad be- cities are using it foi foundations
reavement. the death of our dear and buiidinsrs
mother, Mrs. R. A. Adams. Mar
the good Lord bless you all and re
ward you ail tor eacu and many
kindnesses. The Children.
The gentleman hearing that Mr.
Bransford was putting in a plant,
left to investigate the field af Cov
ington.
The Joy
turkey gobblers fS Wi' 'v', to have trK3 heaith. Use
y eggs in season $3.00 "erbme and you-will have bushels of
V?.t. PACh nnff h-v: ) ou need not be blue, fretful
ana nave tnat oaa iate in your
mouth. Try a bottle of Iferblne, a
positive cure for all liver eotuplaints.
E. llarrell, Austin, Texas, writes: "1
have used Herbine for over a ;wr, snd
tind it a tine regulator- I gladly rec
ommend it asa fine medicine for Dys
pepsia. Sold by AlUs Drug Company.
Turkeys and Eggs.
Fine biack
each. Turkey
per dozen or 25 cents each. Buff
Orpington eggs from pen of very fine
select fowls, $1 50 for fifteen. Off the
general range for50cents per dozen.
Mrs. A. L. Brevard.
Telephone 453. Union City, Tenn.
Lumber and
uildin
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Office for Eent.
Double office in C. B. A. Building
lor rent. Apply at office of Cum
berland Telephone and Telegraph Grocery.
CO. 13 II.. I 4( 21
For Rest Two good rooms
on Harrison street, near Whites
Apply to v
L. H. Thomas,
Can furnish for everything you want to
build from a chicken-coop to a beautiful res
idence. Our lines complete and our yards
convenient. Telephone 37.
Yards on First Street, south of Presbyterian Church,
Send Ycur ChI'd to the Scftcol cf Thorcalh Dis
cipHnc and Christian Influence
Union City Training School
C M. MATMIS, Principal.
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