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f ! litbuiiU GPiE OF il AT L1EDIGII Doctors Could Not Help Mrs. Templeton Regained Health through Lydia E iPinkham's Compound. LOCAL AND PERSONAL "'" "j" afternoon .. sS t'nioo City Co WestTenutssai, . -, Nebraska. "I am very glad i.iH.iiii-iiiiimnmnrnMrnr.r ,rrfin .Pinkham's Vegetable lashelnedme. For five years 1m female troubles bo I was to do my work. I took doc '9 and used local treatments ;lped. I had such awful 'jains and my back waa so hardly walk and could not had to sit up nights to sleep ids thoueht I could not live '. my request my husband got .. a bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound and I commenced to take it By the time I had taken the seventh bottle my health had returned and I began doing my washing and wa3 a well woman. At one time for three weeks I did all the work for eighteen boarders with no signs of my old trouble return ing. Many have taken your medicine after seeing what it did for me. I would tint taWn S1000 and be where I was. You have my permission to use my name if it will aid anyone." Mrs. busie j..m fi.eton. IIooDer. Nebraska. Therinkham record is a proud and peer less one. It is a record of constant vic tory over the obstinate ills of woman ilia that deal out despair. It is an established fact that Lydia E. Finkham's Vegeta ble Compound has re-, stored health to thou sands of such suffer ing women. Why don'tyoutryitif you nooirlsiirhamediciDe? w INMiXM Th Broken H'art. "The party will reco. tf from this check," said Mayor urai or uovmg of a temporary setback "They say the party will be broken. I'd reply that It will be about as much hroken as younz Lansings heart. "A rhorus Klrl who had refused young Lansing said to a friend: 1 have broken his heart, I fear.' " 'You have. You certainly have, the friend relied. 'You've broken it right In half.' "Tn half? What do you mean?' " 'I mean that he takes two girls out to supper every night now. 1 Are Yon We are looking for a live firm or individual to give them the exclusive sale of v Richmond ucoon Clean eics s Electric anJ Hand Power Manufactured by Tflbe McCrum-Howell Co. the largest air-cleaning machinery manufactur ers in the world. ', $15.00 to $75.00 You can sell same on our easy payment plan and we will carry the accounts. We will teach you how. We give all our repre sentatives a free course o Richmond Salesman ship. Our special represent ative will show you how nnrl h?!p you rr.ake ssles. Get out of the rut. Write today and give lull particulars to Ch. E. Eo.M, Gen'l Mgr. Richmond Sales Co. Rush and Michigan Street CHICAGO Call ISO fur coal of any kind. ' Mi.-s Addic Gaidner i-5 reported tnuoh letter. Pr. Curlin, of Hickman, was here! Sunday. Ed Fiin.ua, of Hickman, Sundayed in the city. Coal Coke Wood Call Tel. 150. Mrs. Ida Nailling visited home people aturday. Mrs. T. W. Ownby was in the city Saturday. , Mr. Ed Clayton has returned from St. Louis. - Save money by using Bon Air Coal. Miss Bessie Glasscock As quite sick this week. Miss Eoberts, of Eives, was in the eity Saturday. Mrs. Oscar Lovell made a visit to Cairo Tuesday. Use Jersey Cream Flour. Nonebetter. Mr. Watson, of Rives, was here Mon day on business. Miss Mozelle Glover has been ill with mumps this week. Mr. Foster Fuqua, of Gardner, was in the city Sunday. All kinds of coal at Union City Ice& Coal Co. , Messrs. Tato and Frazier, of Bethel, were here Saturday. Miss Keba Wrather is visiting friends in Martin this week. Dr. Bean, of Bed Boiling Springs, was in the city Saturday.. Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Fry Fri day a ten-pound son. Mr. Taylor was here calling on friends Sunday Iroui Martin. Mr. Rogers, of Nashville, was a visitor here Tuesday evening. . Call Metcalfe when in need of laundry or fiowerse. Phone 82. Mrs. Lula Howard has returned to her home in White Bluff. . Miss Birdie Caruthers, of Memphis spent Sunday with' homefolks. Miss Jessie Callicott, of Eives, was in the city Saturday shopping. 'Webo Hawes, of Tiptonville, was a visitor in the city this week. . . Miss Hattie May Clemmons, of Eives, was a visitor in the city Saturday. Listen! Let's get acquainted. Visit O. B. Blower's Cafe. , .m fiom-tfo Allen, who has been ill for some time, is able to be out again. Mr and Mrs. Ed Eeese and son have returned from a week's visit at Moscow VV S. Eittenhouse, the popular house decorator, was called to Martin Tuesday. Mr. Fred Craddock, who has been seriously ill in Cairo, is reported better. Miss Patrick, of Rutherford, is in the city visiting her sister, Mrs. E. E. Oweu. it; nii TVPssine- Club, members fl per mo. Over Beck ham-J ones-m u ryucy Mrs. Bertie Taylor returned from a visit with relatives at Newbern Thurs day. Miss Willis Tarks, who has been visit ing near Woodland, has returned to the city. tint C. D. Gibbs, of Heltna, sArk.; is hero this week with friends and rela tives. ' Mis Grav. of Nashville, is a visitor at the home of Mrs. Tanner in the city this week, ' ",' Call 150 and get your coal and wood Union City Ice & Coal tvO. Mr. Hardy Ligon was here with his family a few days this week from St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Goldwin Keller, of Tampa, Fla., are in the city en route to Texas. Mm A. .1. Harnolehas returned from a visit to her mother, Mrs. Whitesell, at Fulton. Bon Air Coal, best and cheapest, at Union City Ice & Coal Co. v WalUor L. Martin went to Ridgely Monday to look after some real estate business. , Mis. Scott Wiley and son, Harry, in town the guests of Mrs. came Killmi:li. Miss Robbie Wilson, of Trenton, is the L-end guest of Miss L'la L.ttieum in this city. .' " MNs Phuck, o? Jordan, was a house gttli week of the M's Mays on Main street. Vnion City Pniig Club, members fl per mo. Over ikkbanj-Jui.M-Mnrpl.cy. were wed Mr. Coo. Hall, of Martin Hvi-'t,1S the home of Mr. and Mrs. I). A. J" in the city. Anti-Phyniin. the rew')giiizcd -uref tuben-ulosis. For sale by Whin-, Burchard. Miss Amy Moss, after an enjoya1 visit with home people, has returne.i r school at Jackson. Mrs. C. W. Miles wont to Fu'i Wednesday for a week's visit vi I. friends and relatives. ' Anti-Phyniin will positively cure If fever, asthma and catarrh. For shN White & Burchard. Miss Constance Vowell. our popular Postal agent and operator, was a visitor ( in Martin this week. j Mrs. Lou McDaniel and Mrs. Andrew Burrus have returned from a visit to Roswell, New Mexico. Mr. Will Morris Hardy, of Vander- bilt, was here this week with his mother and familv and friends. Mr. II. Clarke and little son, James, were in the city Tuesday from Jackson en route to Springfield, II). Mr. B. Smith, of Gleason, is attend ing the bedside of his father, Judge Smith, who is dangerously ill. Ask vour grocer for DAHNKE'S WRAPPED BREAD. He will charge you no more for it. All the goodness kept in all tho dirt kept out. Mrs. Chas. Watson and son, of Mem phis, are in the city visiting the home of Mr. and Mr-. W. M. Nailling. , Mrs. Laura Jenkins has returned from Pine Bluff, Ark., where she visited the family of her sou, Gordon Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs. JV M. Massengill, of St.y Louis, attended the funeral of the late Arthur Cheatham last Friday. Mr. Brown, of Troy, one of the fac ulty of the school, was up Saturday to engage violin lessons from Mr. Ownby Mrs. Tearl Syndor, of New York, is expected in tlm city next week, and will bo- the guest of her sister, Mrs. hoot. White. - Mr Willie White, of Memphis, was here Saturday to visit bis mother, who had the misfortune to urea ner my bone last week TTr.'; fiit.v PressineCIub, members $1 v,..w.. j - . . " , , perna). Over Beckuam-joncs-murpney At r. Fletcher Tate, representing tin tailoring firm of Tate and Sutherland was in Hickman yesterday with a com pleto line of spring samples. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lee, of Binning ham Ala., have added to their charm ing home a beautiful baby boy, who arrived Thursday of last week. a n for 150 brings the coal wag.u Union City Ice & Coal Co. Mrs Lydwell Payne Garner, of Pine muff Ark., is expected Monday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. w. G. Reynolds, for a month s visit. The Leonidas Polk Chapter will meet f. the Elks Hall in Union City on Thursday afternoon, Feb. 1, at 1 p. m. Members are urged to be presont. When tired and blue, get a cup of 0. B. Blewer's good coffee. , Mr. F. M. Ownby was the guest of Natives on East Flower street Thursday en route from his mine in North Caro lina to his home in Longmont, Colo. Morgan-Verhine Co. are enlarging their ladies' suit department in the Big swn This branch of the business is to be made very attractive and tho many natrons will no doubt be glad to hear it Union City Pressing Club, members $1 pernio. Over Beckham-jonea-aiurpuey. We were glad to hear that our es teemed fellow-citizen, W. II. Gardner, nhn has been unwell for several days, was some better yesterday. iMr. Gardner has been troubled to some extent with erysipelas ti Bon Howard is now connected with John T. Walker & Co. in the in .... Km airless. . His fadier, J. F. - Howard, will continue to conduct the i.m,ls heretofore done by Howard & Son. The changes were made this week If you want 'the best and cheapest, use Bon Air coal Union City Ice & Coal Company Mr. Chas. Miles' home on College !a noftrinc completion and is said i t of the prettiest homes in the city. Mr. Wfil SpraJUn.oTFiulon.but Wme.lv of this place, had the contract and is perfectly at home in the con struction of modern homes Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Postma, sometime since, sold the P";'-n house and expect t locate at n early date near Dickson, thev bought a farm. The green house docsn t look as it did at this time m . i ... ...... t.r s.yi Itlfi wt vear. v l"'' """" ' ( n -Caster - m-jm , - Vs. 51 So V Thompson is visiting the fa m ly of hi. brother, J. B. Thompson, in Jack- were tP ff'-"-,r ' r- mMH .. ;. . , ' tf ootahv.ospiant- Boe? kisopportu nity- to Iy of. 1Y "V UBderwear Prices, that wi Save Youa Mdiiiey : : everything freezing during the recent zero weather. Inman Elliott, of Humboldt, is now an attache of the M. & O. freight offices, this city. He takes the place of Wesley Bransford. The latter i3 promoted to the place filled by Harry Kimzey and Mr. Kimzey goes to Tupelo, Miss., with a promotion. AH or tnese young men are fine examples of thrift and industry, and we take pleasure in the good fortune of each. Tho Ladies Home Mission met as usual Monday evening. A largo .num ber were in attendance and a beautiful nronram was rendered; some of the nieces being very strong, and full of pathos, which appealed to the Christian heart. A fine collection was taken in. Altogether the members : themselves considered it one of the jeweh in their crown of efforts to be remembered in a Christly way. f aKV We appreciate your Laundry trade, as well as your Flower trade. Fresh Cut Flowers every day. Phone u and we will tell you about them. T L. METCALFE, Proprietor. ii' he Widow n n j " icuarty. LE1ID US YOUR EARS ! Warnings, Hints Reminders, on a Burning Subject I USTHN, PLEASE 1 You " cant defer that first order for coal much longer, we are expecing to hear from you in person or by phone most any day now. Union Giiy lea & Goal Go. Telephone 130 Carirs a Band and Orchestra of Real Musicians will play a Concert at noon and evening in irons the Theatre. I real Irish Band with an Irish Sh At the Reynold to-morrow 'night, Jan. 27. Illinois Central Railroau 4 NEW ORLEANS FEBRUARY 15 TO 20 Tickets, reservations, train time, datesof a!e and tciGr fares from your station, may be & J : yont "lot tti iyft Ag" t. G.H. DOWER.aP.!A.Men,plH?. Tcnn. Illinois Centre illlli tjiiii V.