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HEED THE WARNING.
Masy Union Cm Peoi'i.e Have D6se .0. When the kidneys are sick thy give unmistakable warnings that shuld not be ignored. By examining the urine and treating the kidneys upon the first sign of disorder, many days of suffer ing niay be saved. Sick kidneys expel 8 dark, ill-smelling urine, full of "briek dust" sediment aud painful in passage. Sluggish kidneys cause a dull pain in the small of the back, headaches, dizzy upells, tired, languid feelings and fre quently rheumatic twinges. Doan's Kidney Tills are for the kid neys only; they cure sick kidneys and rid the blood of uric poison. If you suffer from any of the aUve symptoms you can use no better remedy. Union City people recommend Doan's Kidney Tills. J. A. IUircham, 216 N. Depot street, Union City, Tenn., says: "For years kidney complaint caused me a great deal of suffering. The passages of the kidney secretions were irregular and there was a dull pain in the small of my back. Headaches, dizzy spells and sen sations of fainting also bothered me. I tried several remedies and doctored, but received no relief until I began using Doan's Kidney Tills. In return for their good work I gladly recommend them." For sale by all dealers. Trice 50 cents. Fostcr-Milburn Co., Buffalo New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Want to Trade. One house and lot; house has seven rooms, four below and three above; two 8-foot halls, two porches in good condi tion, water in yard and house, good outhouses, stables, etc., on good street within three blocks of graded school. All property owners on street. Lot 61x2-7 feet, I want to trade this prop erty for Union City property and will give some ono a big trade. For partic ulars write or ee Mrs. II. B. Green, Union City, Tenn., or Oscar Turner, Mayfield, Ky. FARM FOR SALE One hundred and sixty-ono acres in VI IV v f - A vut ivnvu A r iiili tv v ft w r v. i im v j County, all cleared but three acres, 5'J acres in clover, 40 acres in wheat, 20 in rye, balance to bo cultivated. Averaged 9 barrels and ono bushel of corn to the acre and paid nie $1,300 in rent this year. I will sell for $10,500, $5,000 cash and four years on the balance at 5 nd 0 per cent interest, payments as ' follows: $520 Jan. 1, 1912, $530 due Jan. 1, 1913, $540 due Jan. 1, 1914; $750 due Jan. 1, 1915. $3,200 insur ance money due Nov., 1914, at 5 per cent interest. Land lies sloping four ways to line from the main building, all upland and not hilly: lies 31 miles southeast of Mount Telia, six miles aouthwest of Martin, in sight of New Homo Church and schoolhouse, two good houses, one good stock barn, three tobacco barns, two wheat houses, wind mill, pump and a good pair of stock scales, and a good $2,000 bargain. It is too nice a home to rent, and is six miles from me, making it very un iiandy for nie to look after; in a good neighborhood. A level road runs by the farm, also level to Martin, and on mail route. Write me, U. O. PARRISH, Terrell, Tenn. A call for 150 brings the coal wag.n. Union City Ice & Coal Co. 'Long About Christmas-time. Poos mo good, when work is done, An' I face the settin' sun, Makin' of my homeward way In the winter twilight gray, Jest to think that where the light Of my fireplace cheers the night, Little children watch an' wait -For the lalc'h-cliek of the gate 'Specially when sweet bells chime, 'Long about the Christmas-time! They're so good 'fore Christmas comes (Thinkin of them horns and drums), Feared the angels ef tey set Coax 'em all away from me! Almost gits me feelin' sad Ituther have 'em spiced with bad Tumblin', runibPa' down the stairs, Goin' to bed without their prayers! But they're, cunning heard the chime Of the bells o' Christmas-time! Good Lord bles-i 'em! They're to me Branches on life's Christmas tree; Wouldn't be tha world it is Ef one branch I come to miss! They're tho sunbeams on life's snow Tlic'm fliA lfnrt-liht lierA Iwlnv! What would this world ever be Ef their arms ;uz loosed from me! 'Specially when sweet bells chime 'Long about the Cfctmas-time? NEW YORK FASHIONS. Glimpses Ahead Skirt Novelties, Boleros and Eton Coats. It remained for a well known singer to carry the craze for plain skimped skirts to its legitimate conclusion. On a dare from a famous French dress maker, it is said she appeared on Fifth avenue a short time since in a meal bag dress divided at the foot after Turkish trousers fashion, but there is little like lihood of this style gaining favor here. The very latest in skirts is a veritable freak. The "uneven" skirt which is either long at the sides and shorter front and back, or reverses this arrangement. So far few have been made, but that several of these should have appeared is surprising, when one knows how much stress has always been laid on having the bottom of the skirt even. It does not seem probable that this idea will be indorsed, but one never can tell, after the "hobble" development, what form skirts may take. THE ETON COMING BACK. There can bo no doubt that by spring the Eton and Bolero coats will be with us again, for some very fetching models are being worn made after these de signs. A charming model of white broadcloth trimmed with black fox has an Eton jacket with a fur turnover cuff. It is single breasted and fastened with Bonian coins for buttons. An apricot broadcloth and velvet gown has an Eton jacket cut up a little in the back and edged with sable, also wide Direetoire nestled in the fur muff or stole or tucked in among the feather or fur trimmings of the hat bewitching little bunches'or sprays of ribbon rosebuds or button roses nestle becomingly aud many will be the pleased recipients of a "Christ mas rose" or two in this graceful form ready to be used as fancied, for the girls are busy making up lovely counter feits of those shown in the shops at a small fraction of their cost, since the taste and skill of their making is the main item of expense. LOVELY NEW NECKWEAR. The novelties in neckwear are many but few have caught on like the velvet. Straps about eighteen inches long are adorned at tho ends with hanging buds made up in satin, with a wide opened rose about two inches above where the ends cross aud form a sort of necklace necktie, worn over frilly jabots of Irish lace or embroidered linen. Neckties made of round satin piping adorned with the Mowers are rather better style for older women. These finish at the front with long loops of the round satin and the same floral appendages which are often in lilac or white or old blue with green stems and calyx. Lucy Carter. Don't Be Hopeless about yourself when you 'ro crippled with rheumatism or stiff joints of course you've tried lots of things and they failed. Try Ballard's Snow Lini ment it will drive away all aches, pains, and stiffness and leave you as well as yon ever were Sold by Bod Cross Drug Store. iCOAU V V NAT. tJ a If , I Mfrzzrwi'ui M -J i ll wfwm SIM ' itl PI ill i1 Ilfi'l' -, f 'eve designs are by The McCall Company, Designers and Makers of McCall Patterns. Tlain and J wear. j,wtmas-time7 k L. Stanton. rchiefs, nec tiny- ck- f other ap- n- erhme reveres of the same fur. A very large gold button fastens the coat at the bust. A ItLACK VELVET DRESS. A black velvet dress with the skirt cut girdle high, above the waist line, and finished with a wide boxplait front and back, is topped with a rather full bolero of gray lace woven with silver thread. This is fastened with a narrow trimming of ermine at the bottom and is worn with a sable and ermine scarf and muff. Black velvet is the tip of the mode for all sorts of wear from the plain tailored velveteen or corduroy to the evening gown of softest chiffon texture. DETACHABLE TRAINS. Trains are in again but they are nar row and skimped in effect, and the best ones are separate from the skirt of the dress, like long box plaits. These are often detachable, aud can be thrown over the arm in dancing in very con venient and graceful fashion. HELPS AND BUCKLES. Beaded belts to match or contrast with the dress, and belts of brocade picked out with beads or tinsel thread, as well as buckles formed of similar materials edged with heavy tarnished cords, are leaders here, and the college girls still cling to the monogram buckles and fobs with crushed belts of velvet or ooze or patent leather. Ribbon belts and peasant girdles come in a fascinat ing variety of styles. All ribbon fix ings are apt to take on floral forms in places where bows and rosettes were formerly employed. For the corsage An Excellent Company. Every possible detail that can be brought to bear to make the weird and wonderful story of The House of a Thousand Candles" a perfect stage rep resentation has been provided for. The production is mounted throughout with special scenery and is presented by a most excellent company. The organi zation includes George D. Winn, Rosa belle Leslie, George Reed, Wayne Lyter, Claude Miller, Joseph Belmont, Wm. McCarthy, Fred D. Woodbury, C. C. Leighton and Marguerite Johnson. On its presentation at Reynolds Opera House Saturday night, Dec. 10, it prom ises to prove one of the most pleasing dramatic surprises of the past two sea sons. Don't buy your blanket.' until you see Corum & Jackson's line. They have them at all prices and all colors. 35t4 Mrs. Emma Amberg. Hickman, Ky., Dec. 7. Mrs. Emma Amberg died last night after a two weeks' illness. She was the wife of II. C. Amberg, retired merchant of this city, and a member of one of the old est and best families in the county, Mrs. Amberg was about 58 years old. This makes the third death in this fam ily during the past year, they having lost two sons. Interment was at the City cemetery this afternoon. Mrs. Amberg is survived by her husband, H. C. Amberg, and one son, J. L. Am berg, a merchant of this city. Drink a bottle of Hot Tom; usiei Brown' llll P' 'Trade Mark Registered GUARANTEED STOCKINGS Why Darn? You have been darning all your life. If you want to quit darning, buy Buster Brown's Guaranteed Darnless Hosiery for the whole family " A MOST PRACTICAL GIFT. What could be more practical and more acceptable as a Christmas gift than a box of Buster Brown's Stockings or Sox ? 25c a pair, four pairs to the box $1.00 Guarantred for four months without wearing through the heel or toe. Morgan-Verhitie Company mi Sole Union City Agents. Ill mi r2235532S22S55i33Mi53iS Have Your Clothes Hand Made. G USTOM tailoring is a hand-craft. No machine invented which can put real style was ever into a suit or model it to fit your figure with absolute perfection. We work over every' inch of every garment we turn out. We make its shape permanent by thousands of hidden stitches. And once it is finished, it is RIGHT it STAYS right it LOOKS right it WEARS right. To secure this result, we must have the right materials to work with. Therefore we use STEIN WOOLENS the y 1 - I . 1 .1 I ' I famous pure wool raorics witn tne superior jorg-weanng, snape retaining qualities. We have a large assortment of their " Special Designs," guaranteed by both S. Stein & Co. and by us. Made by the best mills in Great Britain and America, for Merchant Tailors only. T no cHnw vnn the new Stein "Special Desiens " for fall. f IBS STEIN WO OLEN SV Tate & Sutherland Successors to H. T. Robinson Tailors 'The House of a Thousand Can dles." No detail will be found wanting in 'The House of a Thousand Candles," which will be presented at Reynolds Opera House Saturday evening, Doc. 10. All the scenery for its four acts, the odd mechanical devices made ne cessary by the odd story, and each de tail that lends the mysterious atmos phere to tho unfolding of Jhe plot will be found fully complete. It is a play of mirthful mystery, an odd compound, to say the Ioa.s,t. There are chills and weird moments, but they do not terrify as the audienco realizes from that the moment that the curtain rises that the mystery is most whimsical. The chief character of the play, Bates, a man with a past, and with a temperament that never rises to a familiar point, will be capably enacted by George Winn, rii actor who was specially selected for the role after months of careful search. Not the biggrent, but the newest. Phone us a trial order 78. II. S. God win, corner Home and Grove streets. brink a bottle of Hot Tom. Jefferson Parker. Fulton, Ky., Dec. 7. Jefferson Par ker, aged 70 years, one of the oldest and most popular citizens of this com munity, died suddenly yesterday of con gestion of the brain. He was a devout member of the Presbyterian Church. The deceased is survived by four chil dren, Ed and Delphus and Misses Liz zie and Virgie Parker. Iiurial occurred this afternoon in the Good Springs chu rchyard. Telephone Union City Ice & Coal Co. when you want coal right now. THE BIG- STORE Your Choice $20.00, $25.00, $30.00 LADIES SUITS We are closing out all our remaining stock of Ladies Suits regardless of cost and you cannot afford to ignore the great saving involved in this sale.' The season's very choicest styles are embraced in this sale the latest models and the most popular and beautiful mate rials. Come early before the choicest garments are gone. $14.75 for choice of all Suits up to $30.00 dvaiir MlllfflflfMf Cllfl To close out we will offer choice of all UlCdl tlllllHcry OdlC. $10.00 to $15.00 Hats for $5.00 M organ-Verhine Company THE BIG STORE