Newspaper Page Text
This Is The Question
Whether it is better to keep your money in a drawer or safe and dole it out in pay ments of accounts and hills or to bank it and pay by check? There can be but one answer to this bank it, and check it out. :: :: :: :: :: :: :: Open an Account With Us It will systeraatizeyour affairs, teach you economy and bring you into contact with the best people of the community. ;: THE COMMERCIAL BANK Four Syrian" Children Cremated at CATABEH CAJT BE CURED. Enlton. Fulton, Ky., Apl. 22. The worst Kill the Germs By Breathing Hy-o- fire Fultou has experienced in re mei. Gives Quick Belief. Many people who Lave suffered with catarrh for years naturally think they cannot be curedfcand become discour aged. The reason they have failed of cure and are as follows : Phillip, aeed 7 j ,.u . . , j tt . . s disease with tlie local remedy, Hy-o- years . joe. agea s ; ivorence, aged mfi, whU.h , hP(Jat,1A(1 ,i,mi!1,h a npt, cent years occurred last night, as a result of which four Assyrian cbil- area were cremaiea ana tueir mo ther seriously burned. The dead were all children of Jodn Haddad, 3; Louis, aged 2. The mother, Mrs. May Haddad, and two older chil dren were rescued by neighbors. Her face and hands were badly burned. , 6he and her six children retired at an early hour last night, and Mr. Haddad went to visit friends a short distance from his home. A little while later Mrs. Haddad was aroused by the noise of the fire. The room was full of fire and pocket inhaler so that its healing med icated air reaches the most remote air-cells, kills all catarrh germs and restores the mucus membrane of the nose, throat and lungs to a healthy condition. Catarrh is really a local disease and to cure it, it must be treated by a rem edy which reaches every spot in the nose and throat where the disease germs lodge. Hy-o-mei does this and gives relief from the first day's use. A complete Hy-o-uiel outfit cost but W 'vM 'iV 'iV ft W 1 W "jf W f W r : : i smoke. Crying aloud to arouse the $1.00 and Red Cross Pharmacy give a UNION CITY. TENN. Jno. T. Walker, Pres. H.Dibtzbl, Vice-Pres I). N. Walker, Cnshier. Killed Near Clayton. W. M. (Billy) Boston was killed last Tuesday morning at his home near Clayton. Mr. Boston was out looking after the stock and getting ready for the day's work, and while feeding the mules one of them kicked him, striking him just over , the heart. Death resulted almost instantly. He fell into the arms of a man standing just behind him. Mr BostoiXwas formerly an employe of the Di'jnke-Walker Milling Co.. and wa& Negarded with the highest esteem oy those who knew him. He leaves a widow and two little children. He was an excellent gen tleman and a very kind friend and neighbor. The burial took place at Clayton. Buy Dietzel Mattings. Do it now Leased Fountain. Mr. Carman Hughes has leased the soda fountain, apparatus, and fixtures In the McMicbael Drug Co. . establishment. Mr. Hughes will Hssume , control and continue to dispense popular and refreshing drinks' at this stand. He has thorough knowledge of the business and will give his customers the lat est and best. - If you want a buggy, see Frank Carter's stock at the buggy and harness store. Leonidas Polk Chapter. Leonidas Polk Chapter will meet with Mrs.' Cave J. Crockett on Thursday, May 2, at 2 30 p.m. SHORT TALKS BY I,, T. COOPER. CONSTIPATION. U - v A AMl'Bt. BOOKBN. I cn tell person wh it constipated on sight. Tbcir complexion is pasty or yellow. Their eyes are dull, and they look and feel leepy. No wonder they do. The bowel are a tewer. They carry away the poisonous re fuse. If they dont act the poisonous matter is absorbed by the body, and headaches, dull nest, bad complex ion and eventually serious trouble re suit. ' There is no better rule for good health than that the bowela should move eyery day at the same hour if possible. Regu larity can be acquired by making a habit of this. Foolish people neglect this and when chronio constipation effects them they take pill every few day to force the bowels to perform their natural function. A years go on they require more and mote pill. This should be stopped. Cooper' New Discovery will build Up the stomach and cause the bowels to act naturally. While taking the medicine get the habit of regularity, then gradually stop taking the medicine. Here is a sample of letter from those who have tried it: "For aixteen yeara I have suffered from stomach and liver trouble, and chronio constipation. I had frequent headaches and always felt tired and wtrn out. I beard of ; Cooper's New Discovery and began its use, After I had finished one bottle I was wonderfully improved. Con atipation gave way to a pleasing regularity of the bowels and I ate better, slept bet ter and felt better than I had for month. It is the greatest medioine I have ever known." Samuel Booren. 1742 Munsey Ave., Scranton Pa. , i ii H Our customers who have used them say the Cooper medioine do the work. We ell the. Red Cross Drug Store. sleeping children, she tried to find a door or some means of exit. With her clothing on fire and half stran gled with smoke, the poor mother finally tound the door, but to her horror she tould not open it. At this juncture Borne one forced the door from the outside, and Mr. Haddand and the two oldest chil- dren, who still clung to their mo- tner s -skirts, were dragged out. rri r . .. .... me iour hoiaiier cniidren were overcome by the smoke and tell in the house. Just after Mrs. Haddad was rescued her husband reached the scene, and it required several strong men to restrain the frantic father from rushing Into the burn ing building. To-day he .is bereft of reason, and it is feared his mind will be permanently impaired. t The victims were buried at the City Cemetery, Haddad is a naturalized Ameri can and possesses large business in terests here. His home was val ued at $1,000, with about $400 in surance. guarantee with every package to re fund the mocey unless it cures. OLD . EOPLE I VIA, Sri i V J J) vtii FOR n v Our Entire Stock of General Hardware, Queensware, Stoves and Farming Implements .TERMS AND PRICES REASONABLE. n jr ji 1. t '! a vir J - - NEED VINOL "A Bell Furniture Co. odd dressers, t afl iron beds, felt mattresses, e-ood MJCtitU!,c vciy i China mattinc. Pleasing- oricea. elements needed to rebuild Phone 530. Wants Operators. feebleness with strength. hbt Mf. Will Patterson, who is re- We return money if it fails to benefit MJL membered as having been employed Red Cross DrU2T Store. 5V in the M. & O. telegraph office here, Watson & Kimzey, Props. and is now manager of the Frisco Telegraph Department in St. Louis, writes to Mr. W. C. Morris in this city that he has vacancies for two operators and to send him two good students at once. Mr. Patterson remembers Mr. Morris's success as a teacher, and that explains why he calls on Mr. Morris for the men Students and those contemplating a course in telegraphy will do well to remember that positions like this are to be had by a course with Mr. Morris. Enter the school at once if you want a place. Carter's buggies are always reli- aoie. W. 0. T. U. Program. The W. C. T. U. and Mothers will meet with Mrs. R. T. Curlin on Friday afternoon, May 3, at 3 o clock. Scriptural Reading Deut,xl:l-26. Prayer Pres. Mrs. F. M. Woody. Keadmg minutes. Unfinished business. Discussion: What traits and qual ities necessary in me ouiiding up ot a child s character? Dismissal. "We walk beforerour children as living models of character." Bell Furniture Co. odd dressers, iron beds, lelt mattresses, eood Mica Axle Grease Best lubricant for axles in the world long wearing and very ad hesive. Makes a heavy load draw like a light one. Sires half the wear on wagon and team, and increases the earning capacity of your outfit. Ask your dealer for Mica Axlt Qreatt. STANDARD OIL CO. UwrnlM it- T .'3s-." Zr - 1 . W A S ft w Our line of Farm Tools embraces everything needed on the farm. . , See our Flintstone Enamel Ware--guaranteed ten years. The only perfect fence is the PITTSBURG PERFECT. The MAJESTIC RANGE continues to be the best range made and always gives satisfaction. SALESPEOPLE Chas. T. McDaniel, A. J. Haynes, J. F. Gregory and Miss Dautie Pardue ii Citf Harflware & Fniilm Ci. Telephone 164. Union City, Tenn. (fir '4 SOUTH FULTON. 1 t ESMERALDA. China matting. Phone 530. Pleasing prices. Sunday Wedding. Mr. M. Forester, of Obion, and Mrs. Dora Pate, of Rutherford, were united in marriage in this city by Rev, C. C. Brown, of Obion, on Sun day, April 21. The parties all met here Sunday afternoon and were married at the Palace Hotel. Mr. Forestea is one of Obion's well known and mo3t excellent citizens, and his bride is a very charming and highly esteemed lady. Buy Dietzel lace Curtains. Do t now. Camp to Meet. Members of the Warren-McDon ald Camp are requested to meet at the Band Room, over Peeler's gro cery store, Union City, on the first Monday in May. Matters concern ing transportation to the reunion at Richmond are to be considered, in addition to other business, and a arge attendance is desired. J. E. Cwar. Phone 530 about window shades. Biggest assortment in town extra sizes in stock always. Pleading prices. Bell Furniture Co. The protracted union meeting at I this place is running over with en thusiasm, preachers, religion and converts, and the devil will have a cold reception in Fulton when the meeting is brought to a close. Some of the best people in town have made professions. We attended a funeral not long since, and during the burial ever- cises we were deeply impressed with the grave being completely banked with floral offerings. These things are appropriate, and, ac companied with tokens of respect and friendship, are a tribute that To be Presented at the Opera House is thankfully received by every one, Tuesday Night. and should be. But we thought For the benefit of the U. D. C, the while we stood there and gazed up- old-time popular and great dramatic Ion that mound of dirt how much success, "Esmeralda," will be pre- better it would have been if flowers sented at Reynolds' Opera House in had been banked on the life of such Union City Tuesday night, Apr. 30, one while they had an opportunity by Miss Mary Lawson's most excel- to enjoy -it while living. I want lent company of home talent. The your sympathy while living, and play will be given to-night with the have no objections to placing flow following CAST OF CHARACTERS: Mr. Elbert Rogers M r. Tecumseli Hudgins Mrs. I,yddy Ann Rogers Miss Mary Iawson Miss Ksmernlda Rogers Miss Lucile George Mr. Dave Hnrdy Mr. Orover Shlifer Miss Nora Desmond Miss Ruth Crenshaw Miss Kate Desmond Miss Carrie Catron Mr. Estabrooke Mr. Vivian Murphy Mr. Jack Desmond Mr. John Drew, "The Marquis" Mr. Harry Leigh Tickets on sale at McMicbael Drug Co.'s store. Prices 35 and 25 cents. era on my grave, but I am in earn A. est when I Bay it either has to go undone, let it be the grave. Pay me the tribute while I am living, thereby helping me to be a better man ; increase my enjoyment while here, and better prepare me todie when the time comes for me to leave the tribulations of this wicked world. Bank the flowers about me when I can see their beauty and smell their fragrance, and thereby brighten and spread sunshine in my life wile living, for no man can hear or smell or appreciate any thing after he is dead. W. A. Forester, of Union City, was the guest of "Cyclone" and his family last Sunday. Some twenty-five oi; thirty of Union City's young people attended the union meeting here Sunday and Sunday night. When the train from Memphis arrived at the depot Sunday morn ing our city marshal discovered a man occupying the blind baggage ing trom his actions he was drunk. But on investigation it was discov ered that he was crazed from a poisonous dose ot medicine he bad taken with suicidal intent. He was taken to the city hall, where be died. His name was Gilbert and he was on his way irom Ft. Worth, Tex., to his home in Murray, Ky., where his brothers lived, his father and mother both being dead. He looked to be about twenty-five years old and is said to be of a prominent family. His brothers arrived here Sunday and took charge of him. Our heart was made 'sad when the news reached here of the death of Mr. A. T. White, one with whom our relations bad been so pleasant a number of years, and we would have been pleased to attend the funeral bad we known it in time. We extend rympatby to the be reaved family left behind. Cyclone. FOR SALE Good surrey. Apply to 4-3t. M ARTIN ScnSlIDT. Wanted Reliable, energetic man and proceeded to arrest him, think-1". " ; .h r'ul,"uvu "' nainta in Obion and adiacant coun. i i ties. Salary or commission. Stetson Oil Co., Cleveland, O. Complie with all requirements of the National Pure Food Law, Guarantee No. 204 1 , filed at Washington. Get the pay cash habit, it's best. Dahnkes Cafe. To Decorate. Thursday before the third Sun day in May is set apart to clean off and decorate the cemetery at San ders Chapel, All who are inter ested, come, and bring your dinner. W. F. Latimer, J. C. Taylor J. D. Kersey, John Kersy, Com.. Tne young man witn tne nice buggy is vise in his time. You can get a good one at Carter's buggy and harness store. ' FOIi SALE 60 acres of tine land in lower corner of Obion County, six nines souin or xiicxman, Ky., witn convenient 4 room boue. srood cistern and orchard, for $1,500 cash. Address Mes. Mary Eakes, nickman, Ky. writes , about AU- ' ftVA SSL0 m S protection or consumers, toasted V I t A To rORTITY TrOoDT DRAJ1R ARBUCRLtS CamZ An old soldief ARIOSA Coffee: "Your coffee is the best and richest coffee I ever drank since I left the service, from '61 until I received yovir coffee yesterday. A soldier knows coffee by the taste, and the way it makes him feel, and would sooner go without "his bread than without .his coffee. Arbuckles ARIOSA was the first roasted, packaged coffee, packaged for ZAt'ED PAC&MES fief- r2 r&sz mufflm and the pores of eachberry sealed with a coating of fresh eggs and pure sugar, io hold the goodness in and make the coffee settle clear and quickly. Better than "fresh roast." Warming a little develops the flavor and makes the grinding easy, Our enormous coffee business, exceeding the next four largest nrni3 in tho world together, reduces our average cost per pound, and enables us to give you better coffee for your money thau you can buy in any other way. There are more packages of ARIOSA sold in tke United States than all the other Coffee packages combined. If your grocer will not supply, write to ARBUCKLE BROS.. tie Yoik Gty.