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I JJ . k O O o :3 413 : h rvj''i. 31 A stimulant occasionally. The digestive organs, the liver, the kidneys and bowels lose their effect iveness at times and need help. At suclt times a .strengthening, cleansing and regulating medi cine is of priceless value because serious diseases spring from neglected disorders in these organs. X PRICKLY WTTFJ5 BLOOD "Peace hath her victories no less than war," and there are none greater or more beneficial to the human family than the victories of medical science over disease. Prickly Ash Bitters by its annual spring campaign against impurities in the blood, liver and bowels, performs a great work which has been praised, highly praised, by all who have tested its powerful efficacy. A short course with this great purifier cleanses the blood, puts the vital organs in good condition, invigorates the body, promotes good appetite, restful sleep and cheerful spirits. "TRY IT THIS SPRING. Is the Great SPRING TONIC, BLOOD, LIVER and BOWEL PURIFIER. The marvelous success of this remedy in correcting the system is due to its four-fold cleansing and regulating effect. It is in the first place a kidney remedy of superior merit. Second, it is an effective liver tonic. Third, it strengthens the digestive process in the stomach. Lastly, it purifies the blood and regulates the bowels. By removing impurities in the blood, liver and bowels and strength ening the digestion, the whole internal body is improved, because there is greater activity in all the organs that assist in maintaining health and strength. As a result of this there, is at-once a brightening up in body and brain, renewed energy, snap, vim and activity. Permanently Cures a Constipated Habit. As a household'remedy to relieve indigestion, sour stomach, bad breath, belch ing, flatulence, irregular bowel movements, bloating after eating, and for keeping ' the system in order, it is needed in every family. . v SOLD EVERYWHERE. PRICE $1.00 PER BOTTLE. RIVES. Mr. John Malcomb is visiting his son, Mr. Sam Malcomb, in Obion. Bryant Bros, bought quite a num ber of very fine hogs in and near Rives last week. Miss Nell Stovall and Miss Myttle Bond visited in Number Seven Sat urday and Sunday. Miss Esther Carter, of McFerrin College, Martin, , visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday. Miss Alice Dickey and Master Felan Kilgore were welcome vis itors in our vicinity Sunday night. Miss Aletha Bonner and Miss Agnes Palmer were in Union, City having dental work done Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Holland Bittick spent last Sabbath with their daughter. Mrs. Tom Joyner, in Number Ten. Mr. Will White has recently ,stocked his farm with some very fine horses, two of them being val ued at nearly $600. Mrs. Jones and daughter, Miss Mica, ot Ralston, visited the for mer's sister, Mrs. Callie Benton, the first of the week. We are sorry to report little Har riet Joyner, who is visiting her aunt, Mrs. W. J, Caldwell, very much indisposed with la grippe. Messrs. Edgar Botts and Arthur Clemmons may now.be found in Obion, and will welcome their hun gry or thirsty friends in their ele gant cafe. Miss Laura Tborne, one 01 Num ber Four's most charming young ladies, reports a very pleasant visit of several days' duration in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed McAlis ter, west of Union City,- last week. Maria. Watson, we are glad to learn is im proving. , Miss Katharine Da vis, of Number Seven, is spending this week with her friend, Mrs. Wade Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cheatham and baby, Marie Felts, spent Sun day with Mrs. Tom Jernigan. Mrs. Arch Fowlks spent Satur day and Sunday in Fulton with her sister, Mrs. Newt Tucker. Miss Pollean MassengfH has re turned home, after spending a week with her aunt, Mrs. Willis Nailling, in Union City. - Mr. and Mrs. W. Z. Massengill visited their daughter, Mrs. Roy Scott, in McConnell last Sunday. Miss Essie Wood fin, teacher at Holman's Schoolhouse, in Number Sixteen, spent Saturday and Sun day with homefolks. JKUBY. If it is a Carter butre'v. vou are perfectly safe in makintr the pur chase. CLAYTON. Use Sunshine Flour. None better. DISTRICT ONE. Mrs. Theresa Roland, of Jackson, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. John Woodfin. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hubbs, ot Union City, spent Sunday in the country with relatives. Mrs. W. L. Jonakin, who has been in Union City . for several week under the treatment of Dr. Mrs. Sue Cloar has been sick this week. A number of gardens are to be replanted. Mr. Lem Bryant, of Water Val ley, Ky., visited relatives and friends here last week. Miss Dora Marshall is teaching piano, and Miss Una Marshall is one of her pupils. Rev. Stigler was called to the bedside of his mother, who is' dan gerously ill in Weakley county. Messrs. Arthur Cloar and Ed Marshall have returned from Weak ley County with a fine lot of mules. Mr. and Mrs. Pink Marshall and daughter visited the home of Dr. F. M. McRee at Union City Satur day. Mr. and Mrs.Wm. Isbell and chil dren, of Crystal, visited relatives and friends in this neighborhood Saturday. Mrs. Sal lie Russell and children, of near the Owen Sawmill, visited relatives and friends near Crystal last week. We are glad to say that George Donnell, who has been dangerously ill, is better, and hopes are enter tained of his recovery. He is un der the care of Dr. Marshall. Miss Hattie Caldwell and Miss Hazel Anderson, of Fremont, vis ited Miss Sadie Douglas last Friday night. ... We are informed that Mrs. Sallie Donnell, who lost the use oi her voice about a year ago, has recov ered her speech. Misses Zulah and Vera Owen were with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Billie Owen, at Kedron last Friday night. Wild Plum. Fine Mule Lost. A fine mule, valued at $250, be longing to Henry Moss, died last week. Mr. Moss and several friends sat up with the sick animal Friday night and tried to save it, but it was no use. The mule couldn't be saved, and the best that could be done was to give it christian burial. r ' Whooping Cough. This disease commences very much the same as an ordinary cold, but may soon be ldentined by its peculiar cough. The principal danger Is from the accumulation of tough, tenacious mucus in the throat, choking the child, or the prolonged and violent cough ing, rupturing the tiny air cells of the lungs. When neglected complications arise. That is, it leads to other and more dangerous diseases, convulsions, pneumonia, etc.', which often results fatally. '"Ooussen's Honey of Tar will keep the the cough loose and the expectoration easy, allay the lrrlta tlon and tickling in the throat, ruak ing the fits of coughing lers violent and less frequent. The reason this remedy has bad such phenomenal suc cess in the treatment of whooping coughs Is that the manufacturers of of Coussen's Compound Honey of Tar are the sole proprietors of the process of manufacturing Castanlne, a power ful alkaloid obtained exclusively from Castanea Americana, or the American chestnutleaf. This almost specific rem edy for whooping cough, taken from the chestnut leaf and added to other valuable medicinal agents: hoar hoond, wild cherry, squills, blood root, mullein, tulu, hooey, tar, etc., makes the compound prescription, known since 1861 as "Coussen's Compound Honey -of Tar."-The only ablsolute and positive remedy for the distress ing cout'h known as the Whooping cough. Give it i trial. Sold by Red Cross Pha.-macy, Watson & Klmsey, Props. i To the Sons of Confederate Veterans, Our organization, United Sons of Confederate Veterans, is pledged to perpetuating the memory and the deeds of valor of the Confed erate soldier; to the making of the true history ot the Confederate States; to the erecting, of mon uments, and to assisting such Con federate soldiers and their widows who may need our help. Much has already been accomplished in these directions, but much remains to be done. Each year should see the organization stronger and more able to perform its work. As the old veteran, bent with age and hon ors, walks slowly down the hill and approaches the river that all must cross, the Sons should strive in every way possible to not only lighten the veteran's load, but to comfort and gladden bis heart; and surely this cannot be done in any more effectual way than take up actively the work that, our organ ization is committed to in erecting monuments to our mothers, the Women of the Confederacy. This work should not appeal to us mere ly as a duty it should be a pleas ure. No country has such a right to erect monuments to its women as has our Southland, for truly has it been sam : "No nation ever rose so fair, Or fell so tree from crime." Therefore let, all the camps repre senting the Volunteer Crate ar range promptly to send represent Uvea to the coming convention at Richmond, and let them be author ized to contribute to this worthy cause. In sections where Sons of Veteran's have not been organized, let some patriotic Son immediately take up the work. All the informa tion necessary will be cheerfully furnished by communicating with Prof. R. E. L. Bynum, Commander of the Army of Tennessee Division, Jackson, Tenril As Brigade Com mander of the Middle Tennessee Division, I will be very glad to as sist in the organization of Camps whenever requested, or co-operate with various Camps in the district in any way that may be suggested. , . Leland Hume. All orders given to our bread wagon on Saturdays for Sunday will be appreciated. Dahkke. (5) :::::::::.:::::::::: nn rift run t t mm rnn tiif rmnn rrnii KUltttYtU MAT null NJK I tit ItllflU I tniil But that wont hinder us from still selling Groceries on a fair and legitimate margin of profit. Prices Rock Bottom Quality Tip Top. Everything guaranteed to be strictly as represented. SAMUEL H. STONE ...THE GROCER... Ill W. Washington Ave. Phone 180. ::::::::s::::::::: : US, cat . jjannKe s Lream nreaa Baked daily and for sale at all the grocery stores and on our wagon every afternoon. I DahnKe's Cafe I m w m . Special orders given prompt attention. Makers of the BEST Frozen Stuffs! Telephone 109. Union City, Tenn. 4 wesu Notice to Farmers. We have on hand the genuine old-fashioned YEL LOW YAM SWEET POTATOES, the kind we handle everv spriner. Let us supply your wants at once. This kind of potatoe is not raised around Union City. - We also carry one of the finest lines of GROCER- A IES and PRODUCE handled in Union City. Union City Grocery Co. on 77. II. LI CON. Manager. if jo 3 4 i 1 1 i x A.