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T-t us examine the clumbinp run- , I v in your kitchen and if it is defective, tell you the cost of putting in a JStottOMKr rorcelain tnameled wnK tnc most sanitary nxiure imuc. A, B. Nichols, the Plumber. Phone 134." 1 Union City, Tenn. Wontsi Suffer tnucK needless pain when they delay using Cardui for their female troubles. Cardui has been found to relieve headache, backache, pain in the side and diz ziness, arising from deranged organs. It does more than relieve, if used persistently, many have writ ten to say that it cured them. It Will Help You J 37 Mrt. Maxwell Johnson. Tampa, Fla., writes: "Cardui cured me after doctors and everything else had failed. I had been Buffer- ins with numb SDells ever since I was 16 years old. One day I decided to take Cardui. I have now taken 5 bottles and I can say that it has cured me. I advise all suffering women to give Cardui a long and fair trial." Mrs. Johnson suffered years. Have you? Do you wish to? But why suffer at all? Take Cardui. Give it a fair trial. AT ALL DRUG STORES SUNNY SIDE. ' Dr. Glossen, of Union City, attended preaching at Harmony Sunday. Mr. Clint Davis, of Lake County, vis ited relatives here Saturday and Sunday, i Mr. and Mrs. McAdoo, of Rives, were Sunday guests of Mr. Moss and family. Mr. Clifford Wade and Miss Dollie Sutherland were united in marriage Sun day evening at Harmony. Candy Kid. See W. Q. Reynolds if you have wool to sell. . TROY. Miss Mamie Worley, of Union City, is the guest of Mrs. 11. C. Wheeler and family this week. Mr. John Head, of Moffatt, visited his sister, Mrs. Lucy Walton, Monday. Misses Eudora Smith and Maud Mof fatt are attending commencement exer cises at Brighton this week. Mesdames Burnett and Glover were week-end guests of Mrs. John Wilder. Mrs. Sallie Guy visited friends in Troy Saturday. RIVES. Master Bruce Hooper is convalescent of pueunioriia.- . , There will be services Sabbath morn ing at the A. R. P. Church by Rev. T. P. Pressly, of Troy. Mrs. E. T. Mitchell and Miss Dora Callicott, of Pleasant Hill, were in town Tuesday shopping. Mr. Plead Cummings, of Fairview, is a very welcome guest of relatives in and out of town. Cashier Preston Shore recently had the misfortune to get his buggy wrecked. Mesdames Walter Warren and T. A. Ctimmings report a pleasant visit to relatives at Bells. Mr. Will Taylor, of Kenton, was in town Friday. Mrs. R. L. Phebus made a business trip to Obion Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bowen, of Mount Pelia, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stirllxng. Dr. Adkerson, of Union City, was in town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe McGowan have moved over to North Rives, occupying the J. S. Alexander residence. Mr. Mc Gowan owns a cozy cottage at the foot of Caldwell avenue but makes this move to be near his place of business. Mr. Jim Avery, a prominent mer chant of Mount Pelia, spent a few hours here Sunday en route to Little Rock to attend the reunion. Mars Palmer left Wednesday night for Chicago and other points North. A call Presbytery of the Cumberland Church met here Monday and transacted business of prime importance. Misses Mary and Hattie Buchanan and Louise Blanton of Folk, and Pau line Thome were the Sunday guests of Mrs.W. G. Harris at Moffatt. , Mrs. Edward Scoggina and son are visiting in Obion. Misses Sadie and Elsie Frye, of Obion and Fulton ' respectively, will be the week-entf guests of the Misses Clem mons. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Pontacost, of Water Valley, have lately moved back and are domiciled on Caldwell avenue. Mrs. Con Moffat, of La Juanta, Col., has been the guest of Mrs. W. L. Clem mons for several days. Mr. Greer Moffat, of Chester, South Carolina, is the guest of bis sister, Mrs. O. H. Clem mons, at Meadow Brook Farm. Mrs. W, J. Caldwell, who has for several weeks been under the advice of a physician, is 'reported better. We are sorry to report Dr. E. II. White still on the sick list. Mesdames Will Carter and Tom Starnes were in town Tuesday; also Mes dames Dell and Knox Harper, Mrs. Laura Hutcherson, Mrs. Wilford Farris, Mrs. E. P. Lindsay, Mrs. B. Hovis, all attendants of the W. C. T. U. van quished to the victors in the recent con test for new members. The victors, of whom Mrs. R. L. Phebus was captain, won out by a majority of two members. The sum total new members is twelve. The vanquished, of whom Mrs. Knox Harper was captain, lost most nobly, entertaining the victors Tuesday after noon in the lovely home of the Misses Guy on Troy avenue with an elaborate course luncheon of salads, ices, cakes and strawberries. The luscious and perfectly ripe berries were very delec table and their caps of green most be witching. The potato race proved a course of much pleasure and a great appetizer. There was a tie in this more than difficult feat, Mrs. lom btarnes winning out, the prize being a bow-knot emblem pin. A list of the first saying of each guest on entrance, taken ana read by Miss Verna Callicott, was ex tremely facetious. Music contributed by Mesdames Perdita McCaw and T. P. Callicott being "Silver Threads Among the Gold" was tenderly received. Other solos by Mrs. Knox Harper and Mrs. Allen Wade were enjoyed by all. After the refreshments Miss Eudora McCaw gave the victors the following toast: "Here' to the sweetest. Here's to the neatest. Here's to the truest of all who ore true; Here's to those who serve us best, Here's to the entertainers of the W. C. T. U." One feature was the crowning with fragrant flowers of the older members on the victorious side. These Ornaments proved very becoming, especially to Mrs. J. H. McCaw, Mrs. Laura Farris and Mrs. R. L. Phebus. Several were heard to exclaim "If we only had, a kodak." From a recent conversation with Mrs. Allen Wade of educational interests in her home town, Rome, Georgia, we are satisfied the South is throwing off its shackles of lethargy. In this Southern town is located a school brought to its present vastness by a woman, by name Mrs. Berry. The grounds to this des tined to be the Vassar- College of the South are two thousand acres and munfi cent endowments. Mrs. Wade tells us they also have another beautifully lo cated college, Shorter College, which has five or six hundred in enrollment. If I may come down the ladder a few rungs will state that cur little burg is experienceing a revival of school in terests. Now.having such an excellent corps of tearchers, it is hoped before the fall school term to get the building moved out of the front door of the Sons of Ham, over to the large grounds in the Moore addition. This would also do away with the dangerous necessity of students using the I. C. railroad for a street. EBENEZER. Miss Nannie McGowen is very sick. Misses Allie and Audie Garrison visit ed at Fremont Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Toombs were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harve Toombs at Clayton Saturday night. Mr. Henry Wall and sister, Miss Opal, of Protemus, spent Saturday night at the home of Mrs. Lizzie Cuuuingham. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Henderson and children, of Hickman, were visitors here from Friday until Sunday. Mrs. Ellen Reeves, after a few days stay with homefolks, returned to Nash ville Tuesday. Mrs. Lizzie Cunningham, who is un der treatment of Dr. Holbrook, at Mem phis, for cancer, is improving. Mrs. Nannie Cunningham, after a few weeks stay in Clearwater, Fla., has re turned home. Rev. Burgess Cunningham is attend ing the General Assembly of the C. P. Church now in convention at Evansville, Ind. Matilda. NUMBER SEVEN. Messrs. Elan Wilson and Albert Ford, of Union City, were in our midst Sun day. Miss Stroud and Miss Batts, of Martin, are the guests of Miss Etta Batts this week. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Maddox have re turned to their country home near Ter rell. Mrs. McLean, of Union City, is the guest of friends here. Mr. and Mrs. McAdoo Harris, of Rives, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Moss. M. P. Cobb and granddaughter, Miss Bernice Shipp, left Sunday for Little Rock, Ark., to attend the reunion. Miss Cecil Olive is spending the week at Martin.- the guest of Miss Faith Steward. Miss Etta Batts has returned home after a very pleasant visit to friends at Martin. Mr. Clifford Wade and Miss Dollie Sutherland were united in marriage Sun day afternoon, Rev. George Smith of ficiating. Thk Daibk8. JORDAN. ; . Little Martha Alice Sowell is recov ering from a severe attack of pneu monia. Mr. J. M. Glenn was very sick Sun day but is much better now. Saturday is Quarterly Meeting at Mount Zion. Mr. Fred Bondurant, of Jackson, Miss., is at home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bondurant were in Union City Wednesday. Mrs. Pace, of Middle Tennessee, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Bowen. Several from here attended children's day services at Palestine Sunday. Messrs. Chas. Alexander, Walter De Bow, Jim Jones and Miss Cammie Jones are attending the Confederate Reunion at Little Rock. Kentucky. OAK GROVE. Thurman Talley attended the ball game at Fulton Monday. Mrs. Todd and children took advan tage of the U. C. V. Reunion and have gone on a visit to Mrs. Todd's sister at Rodgers, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bufford visited relatives in Fulton Sunday. Ruth and Milton Talley attended the children's day service at Palestine last Sunday. Miss Emma Miller, of Glass, was the guest Mr. Max McMurry Saturday and Sunday. Quite a number from this vicinity are attending the U. C. V. Reunion at Lit tle Rock this week. There mill be quarterly meeting at Mount Zion Saturday and preaching Sunday by the Presiding Elder, Rev. Freeman. Rev. H. E. Waters will fill his regu lar appointment Sunday. PLEASANT HILL. Rev. J. L. Hudgins filled his appoint ment here Sunday, with dinner on the ground and a large crowd present. Many from here attended preaching at Troy Sunday night at the C. P. and A. R. P. Churches. Miss Bessie Brummel, of Union City, is a guest of Miss Ruth Callicott. Mr. Jim Arnold and wife were guests of friends in Rives Sunday. Miss Carrie Callis was on the sick list last week. Many from here attended preaching at Whiteside Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Nan Laster and son, Tom, from Number Seven, were guests of Mrs. Sarah Callis Saturday night. Many relatives and friends were guests of Miss Ruth Callis and mother last Sunday. Miss Dora Callicott will attend Gen eral Assembly at,Evansville, Ind., this week. Those on the sick list this week are Miss Ora Johnson, Willie Jennings and Thomas Clark. Mr. Pleas Cummings, of Kenton, is the guest of his sister, Mrs. Daniel Cal licott. Many from Rives attended preaching here Sunday. Mrs. Henry Callis and son are spend ing this week at Ebenezer at the bed side of Mrs. Callis' sister, who is very sick. Mr. Walter Talley and family and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Fitzgerald were guests of Mr. Clyde Fitzgerald and family near Whiteside last Sunday. Mayflower. Marriage Licenses. A. J. Henny and Mary A. Thomerson. C. M. Goiu and Eva Thompson. H. C. Wade and D. M. Sutherland. S. E. Priest and Dorothy Maloney. Thomas Lipscomb and Mamie Ham ilton. ' ( . W. B. Hamilton and Leona Hick man. . i if if " - --'"1 GODWIN BROS. SOLE AGENTS FOR- Chase & Sanborn's Famous Boston Teas and Coffees Bulte's Excellence Flour -ANI Ferndell Pure Food Products TELEPHONES 79 and 516 ere & ini WINDOW SCREENS SCREEN DOORS Large Stock. Low Prices. ft 1 a I fl mmm mm ue. Phone 285 UNION CITY, TENN. :::::;:: ;: :: :;::::.g:o I HAVE YOU TRIED JERSEY REAM o O o o G O o o o o o o t f i o o o o o o G Ask us for prices when selling your grain. P. OUR Ask Your Grocer for it lahnke-Walker Milling Go. 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