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SEEDED TO NEED A DOCTOR You'll Lik Received this week one car Diamond Brand Cement in Louisville barrels at $1.50 per bbl. One car Lehigh cloth bags, ment use. Also Portland Cement 3 cars sand for in ce- ? tin Jnnnnonr::! in Vncifl Iff I MIIIIIIMI V." Pioneer Brick & Concrete Mfgrs. PcfcrMqe,Ca, rmii 1 Lii , t -.,). ii c '. iv. :'-V:.'t HOES Air ' "'W-'-- -j For Ladies For Men For Children 7 TTD 11 Br Union City's Exclusive Shoe Store. llasse mg'il I- J"- for a Few Days at (Ireland's Lunch R 25c Brains and Eergrs Pork Chops, French Style.- J5c Roast Pork Calf Liver and Onions -.30c Spanish Omelette 35c Roast Beef'... 20c 20c Frencn Oyster Cocktail 20c Oysters, fried a la DelMonico y 40c Oysters Fried in Jacket, - ..-40c Breakfast Cereals of All Kinds JOc I We Cater to a High Class of Trade IF YOU DON'T WANT GOOD COFFEE DON'T EAT AT KIRKLAND'S THE ONLY REAL LUNCH-ROOM IN TOWN VKDIFKO-AND9S VaHed Aifmer-t cf tha Sc what Afflicted Family as Catalogued by th Mother. Tea, Doc," said tte mother of a family of nine to the young doctor who had ridden 16 miles Into the backwoods In the dead of night, "we are a somewhat afflicted fam'ly, an, as home doctorln' don't seem to do no good, I thought I'd send for you an' Bee IX you could straighten us out. Janey here, she's got something wrong with her bronlcal tubes so she BUSINESS IS THEIR LIFE Thousands cf American Men Seem to Zt Wholly Uninterested In Their Wives. There are thousands of Americaa men who are merely indifferent to their women. They are proud of them, but supremely uninterested, and ask of their wives only to be let aienc. Their bulsness is their life; it is their life after they are married Just as it was before. They are playing a tremen. dous game, and in this country a man hna Fnt tn xr.n or BO to the Wall. It don't breathe like she should. I been makes no difference whether a man Is ' ... . . . A married or a bacneior; u is not me women of the country who determine j if a man must work at the great rate : of speed' at which they labor It is the ( pace of the country itself which de ' mands it. Our men give generously and indulgently to their women folks; they like to 6ee that they have "ev i erything in the world," as the saying is. It pleases their vanity to see theli houses well-appointed and their worn 1 en well dressed; they like the luxury of it for themselves. What is to be : expected of young girls whose fathers have had no influence in their bring-lng-up, but have merely paid the bills young girls, who have never been taught the use of money nor any de tails of any business whatsoever, and whose whole duty In life Is to dress with the extreme perfection of which our women are past masters, and to ; keep in good physical condition and 1 talk amusingly? These are the prices of success, success being measured la this country, as elsewhere, m Terms of marriage and attention. Woman's Home Companion. keepin' a rag spread with goose grease an sprinkled with red pepper an' mustard on her front chist, out it seems to. add to her ag'ny. Jake, he's got a mls'ry all up an down his spinal bone, an' I been usln ker-sene both external an internal; but it ain't done him no good. Lizzie Belle, she's about reedy to give up with plum bago, an' her sister Nancy has been feelln mean for a week. I think that It's skiatic roomatlz that ails Nancy, but she's afraid it's the new disease they calls appendeshetus. The old man has been turrible slimsy for some days, an' Rube, our oldest boy. Is all broke out with a rash that shows his blood ain't al! right. He had a tur rible spell las night, an I thought he was in for cholery infantum. He's had it oil an' ou ever fcliice he was 13 years old. I reckoned he'd outgrown It, but it grabs him as hard now that he's 24 as it did when he was young er. Wlsht, Doc, that you'd iust turn yourself loose an see if you kin sort o straighten us out." Judge. Relic of Past Grace. Nothing is too queer to happen In some corner of New York, says the press of that city. The other day a business women took a room at what appeared to be an ordinary, small, quiet family hotel on West Forty fourth street. The morning after. her arrival she notlved a little old man sit ting in the long hall which ran by the ; double parlors. Another man came downstairs and the little old chap Jumped up and joined him, and togetn-; er they went into the Dacx parior. j Ktrniitntr down the hall, sue Happen-, ed to glance through the open door of , the back parlor. There Bne saw ine . two men on their knees at a couch, fervently praying aloud. The business woman passed her hand across her brow. "Have I got 'em?" she mur mured, "or have I got Into the foolish house?" I Later she discovered that the hotel had in former years been a "home" connected with a church, ana mat a Wife Wins, as Usual. "Cf course, one can never win an argument with one's wife," remarked a broker the other day. "Even if ona Is perfectly right In his contention, tha fates, cr the postoffice department or something else will turn u? to mate it tppear that the man Is wrong. For instance, a few days ago my wife remarked that a letter in a plain en velope dropped In a letter box would be delivered even if it had no stamp. Of course I knew better, and told her bo, but she was obstinate. Just to prove my contention when I was at the office the next day I drew a pic ture of a goose on a sheet of'paper. Underneath the likeness I wrote: Tear Madam: If you pay two cents to get this you are a goose.' Ijput the sheet In a plain envelope and ad dressed it to my wife. , The next tnorning the doorbell rang furiously whlla I was still in bed. I waited for connected WltB a cnurcn au , but though it Jong since botn had gone cut. nnMly I went to UlcLI ujauaiuu v - brethren still haunt It Men and Women. As times go on we have the two re sults to be anticipated. Men reach the point usually early In life where business or politics absorbs their whole attention, and they have little time, strength or Interest left for the broader culture and the amenities of i life, while women are prone to be too much preoccupied with these things, to the injury of the home not, per haps, In its smooth running, for in the average -American home the wheels, of its machinery do usually run smoothly, though at great expense and to the Injury of the home spirit. If the. two could be averaged we ehould more nearly approach the Ideal Men need more relaxation, more rest, more variety, especially as they ad vance In life. Women need more con centration, more deflniteness In their Svork, and especially more interest and & different kind of ideal in their home making. Mrs. N. D. Hillis in the Americaa Woman and Her Home. tho door myself. There was a fool letter carrier with that crazy letter, and I had to dig down and pay the two cents postage '2ue. If I had given tho letter to my wlf9 she would have been still more firmly convinced that cha was right" Home Influence on Writing. Environment has been held respon sible for many human frailties, but it Is only lately that It has had to shoul der the blame for poor handwriting. ''Even more than temperament and copy books environment influences a child's handwriting," said a handwrtt ng expert ,"If he sees a fashionable Writing or a clear business hand on tables and desks at home he will imi- k-. .v4 I01 Tr nnlv an uneducated scrawl meets him, there, he, too. will scrawl, let his Instruction at school be ever so thorough." 5 . Fair Offer. It was a political meeting In, the east end, and the M. P., an excep tionally popular man, was addressing hio constituents. The politician in question rejoices in a luxuriant crop of hair. The audience wac sympa thetic for the most part; but there was one nan in the front -ow of the audieac who made numerous inter ruptions. He was a coal-heaver, ap parently, and had but recently beer heaving coals. "Get your hair cut!" he shouted during a most pathetic passage In the .onUrtate's sneoch. The well-known catch phrase seemed particularly ap plicable, bo a good many oi uw u dlorifv Inuehed. But the M. P. was equal to the oc- "I will make a bargain with that nMeman." he said. "I wiu get my if h . will eet his face washed." There wr no more Interruptions London Tit-Bits. Friday Dickens' Lucky Day. Charles Dickens was not one of 'those who are superstitious concern- ALL WASTE NERVOUS ENERGY everywhere People Squander Their , Force Needlessly Instead tf Care fully Husbanding It. People should be as careful of their ttrvous energy as Of their money, tiiy an English writer. Yet we all a-LHte it At the telephone people talk twice as loudly and energetically as is reespary. That is to say, they uea v? twice as much nerve energy aa V,tT need. Three-fourths of those .. . VVrT !. "v fund aa much nervous force la c f dny ss should last a weok. Then, ia the streets, watch how peo rie joBtle and push, and what a lot cf nerve-force they spend at danger ous crossings. Why not walk slowly wbn there Is obstruction, and wait for lite quiet moment which always tomes, at the crossing? Everywhere people hurry without need, getting in to a state of nervous tension when kavlng theaters, boarding omnibuses, going to lunch, and especially when leaving for a holiday. , in Friday. It was on Friday that Common in New York. jtnany of the good things came to him. The stranger In New York was star- fcnd it was on that day that he enter tled by the clanging of an ambulance ed upon, paid the pr lee and took pos bell. The ambulance stopped at th pession of Gads Hill, the one thing side door of a hotel and the attend- be cherished more than all of h s oth ants hurriedly entered the building er possessions. It was Gads Hill that with their stretcher.. But there was be had gaed upon when a wee bit of , bo crowd, no confusion. , boy. with a pe ttea 1t1i "What's the excltemsr.tr the utran- feigns of fruition, that he might live rr asked a native. t own lt 8ome 5ay: aad 11 w 0ad "There's no excitement" the latter JIU1 whose walls he covered with mir replied "A stage lady has shot a rora In almost Oriental masaiScenoe. wealthy gentleman. That's all." -Boston Record And be hurried along. -Cleveland B!g Trade In Frosen Meat. Dealer. Argentina supplies 80 per cent of - 1 1 i f trosen beef end roti ulUl In Imminent Danger. Mr. and Mrs. Aschenbrenner were d had lust arrived at Pisa. Mrs. Aschenbrenner was all ir. ..Aching the Leaning r, a otroriv nattered np the 'spiral stairway, leaving her husband languidly awaiting ner rem, i a- v. -aroiched a shade over the 200 mark, her husband always dug up an excuse when It came io accuw panying her on any altitudes above ! He was Just pondering on the beau tiful flow of unintelligible language a vw iniirie. when from the topmost rampart came the "Hi-lee, hi- lo" trill from his wire, wno w lng far out and waving a scarf. obligingly look a tin nrt Min came to. life with an anguished roar: "Gretchen, for your lif. eet back! You're bending the building!" His Connections. iT-.a ofilee bov for one of the larrcsl financial bouses in New York recnUJ found a package of valuable pr . Tt nromDtly returned the pi ftj I consumed tn Sheffield, England. Aus tralia and New Zealand provide tne remainder. Its use la constantly In creasing. Frosen meat Is never sawed, W tt chonoed with a cleaver. The to Its owner and was told he r tld retailers receive the meat In quar- Ko tutni a suitable reward. "And, by the f.ay," said the grata ful owner, "shall I send it to you, car Cf mentioning the name of t':. firm. -Naw " said the boy; "senJ it carl or the Partes Down E-r tars which they chop into anguiar blocks, from which the quantities de glred by customers are cut These blocks afford material for fine window toplays, and the windows of frozen meat shops are generally piled higa cl-ib, Na vtA aU sizes and shayes of solid red ibeef . Not Bad Precedent t honntlea of ancient Rome had marble busts sculptured of i,motiroa n which were placed dif- i . . .. tn the Changes . of Style and coloring. K mctleni woman followed suit there would be fewer atrocious coiffures. A mirror should reveal unbecoming nes, but It does not seem to do so. A bust of oneself, bedecked with chig non, psyche, Greek ccUr or the pres ent daguerreotype disfigurations, could not fall to be a convincing proof of ourselves as others see us. The greatest beauty cannot afford to trifle with her hairdresslng. It la only tho plain woman who boldly a ftis looks to be la thejtxlfi. " The Difference SPECIAL PRICES Special 2-A i 7 C fl Piece uit I .nil All WoolV I I IWW ' There; 13 a "subtje.jnable difference "between the jclothes we sell and the ordinary clothes. To understand it you must see them. To appreciate it you must wear them. Right 'now, this springjisthe best time to find out about them, Over S500 f samples to select from and each suit made to your measure. Every pair of shoes sold by us carries our unusual guarantee of your satisfaction. Nettleton's For Men Kelley's For Women 1 ' UNION CITY, TENNESSEE USICN CITY, TENNESSEE You Cannot Afford To Loose Your Hog's Nojthing is so trying as to have aisease get into your bunch of hogs. 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