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i U tils f lan's Every Clothes . Need from the hat for his head to the shoes for his feet, can be satisfactorily supplied here. We make the likes and dislikes of men a constant study. Likewise we study men's fashions with equal Interests. We always try to have the things men like, in styles that are right and our high standards of quality govern every purchase we make. A. J, Beadles, who has been connect ed with the Cumberland Telephone Company here as lineman, has been promoted and transferred to Hickman as manager of the company's offices and interests at that place. Mr. Bead les has been with the company for some years and is a thoroughly capable and reliable gentleman as well as one of our esteemed citizens. He took charge of the office at Hickman this week and Beadles and family will remain in Union City until they find a suitable home in Hickman. Mrs. J.' M. Foulks. of Harris, was a visitor and Bhopper in the city Tues day. Mrs. Foulks came around to take advantage of our flower premium which a large number of subscribers are interested in. - ' ' STOMiCHROUELES Cured By Vinol Here is Proof Seymour; Ind."X was troubled wlthi a chronic stomach trouble, and flva weeks ago It got bo bad I had to give up work. I had tried varloua medi cines without relief, and was finally Induced to try VinoL After taking the first bottle I was greatly benefited. Am now on the third bottle and ready to resume work. Am rapidly gaining in weight and strength." Edw. Nie man. It is the curative medicinal ele ments of the cods' livers, combined with the strengthening properties of tonio iron contained In Vinol which makes it so successful in restoring perfect digestion and at the same time Itbuilds tip the tired, over worked and run-down system. Try a bottle of Vinol with the un derstanding that your money will be returned if It does not help you. Local and Personal Jlev. Stuart has whooping cough. Mrs. Dr.-Callicott was in the city Sat urday. Use Jersey Cream Flour. Nonebttter. Dr. Turner has recovered from an illness. Miss Elizabeth Chambers ia on the sick list. Save money by using Bon Air Coal. Mrs. Lee Maddox visited Hickman Saturday. Mrs. D. L. Roper visited in the coun try this week. Dietzel Bros, engrave cards. Mrs. L. Jenkins is some better after a recent illness. Sam Brummel, from Paducah. Bueeies. the best line I ever saw, at Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. H. B. Horner went to Hickman Tues day on a short business trip. Herbert Roberts and family, of Ma rion, Ark., are in the city. Lfewn Mower. ye. Nailhng-Keiscr L 0 0 li o Buy Before the Price Gels Histier Jr., has returned Hard Co. Thmy mrm mtltt talking mbotit A-GO . The Medicine That fJAtCIDat n'.Hu.v. AT!'.l CO Maitin, Tenh., March, 10O5, Tm Jaxsi Mid. Com Fad, Tojiul Gentlemen : I wt to let yon know what foot wonderful medietas bu done for me, I wm ft jrrmt nif tervr from rliwmiattsin when 1 bettsa taking HU-MA-U, nd 1 Imwit Willi-mt oilli it irwe, n.t 1 think 1 Bin tvond and well of ttuit dmsKtftil dlv ie. F an imnumKl M'-M.MiO to my fnoul. E. M. LOVE ALL. You'd better "Join the hppy band." Just costs yott SCte, at d Cross Drusr Store Misses Nobis and Vivian White were week-end visitors of Lydia Stone. Mrs. S. M. White left this week for a visit with relatives at Dyersburg. A call for 150 brings the coal wagou Union City Ice & Coal Co. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Marshall, of Clay ton, were in the city Wednesday. J. W. Buchanan, of Obion, was a business visitor to Union City Wednes day- You want to ee those Lawn Mowert at Nailling-Keier Hardware Co. a. Mrs. Nova Payne, of Shady Grove vicinity, was shopping in the city Sat urday. John Cox. Jr.. little son of Mr. and Mrs. John Cox, is suffering with whoop ing cough. . Bon Air Coal, best and cheapest, at Union City Ice & Coal Co. Misses Lottye Bennett and Hattye Clark, of Troy, were in the city Tuesday shopping. Mrs. Carl Moore, of Dyersburg, is the guest of Mrs. W. H. Trice on North Thirst street. Say I What about a buggy? Go to Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. W. M. Sweeney, of the Martin vicin ity, was a friendly caller while in the city Wednesday. Miss Patrick, of Rutherford, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Owens on South Second Btreet. All kinds of coal at Union City Ice & Coal Co. Mr. Bruce Kirkman, who is now one of the leading farmers of Shady Grove, was a business visitor here Tuesday. Mrs. Eva Cheatham, of Shoffner, and mother, Mrs. Mary Holman, were guests of Mrs. Thos. Jernigan this week. Keep your eras down with one of Nailling-Keiser Co.'s Lawn Mowers. Messrs. Joe Rogers, T. R. Massey, Sam Wade and Enloe Chiles with their families motored over to Hickman Sunday. '' W. A. Shepard, one of our good friends from the vicinity of Rock Spring, was a business visitor in town last Friday. If you want the best and cheapest, use lion Atr coal union uity ice s Coal Company. Mr. Sid Neet, one of the older rest- dents of the vicinity of Troy, was in the city for a few days this week visiting his daughter, Mrs. A. A. Jones. Mr. John Shaw, of the firm of Pat- ton & Shaw, of Dyersburg, was in the city Monday. They will have the con tract for plumbing the custom house. . The newest and latest attractions in ladies' hats are offered by Trudie Par due at Dietzel Bros. Jewelry Store. A call will be appreciated, and you will be pleased. Revs. Watters, Carman and Adams, and H. C. Stan field and T. L. Bransford left Tuesday for Greenfield to attend District Conference of the M. E. Church. W. T. Hickman, of the community northwest of Union City, one of the old est and best citizens of the county, was a visitor here Monday, paying his re spects. " . ".; ". ; J. T. Rives, of the Bethlehem vicini ty, was a business visitor in the city Saturday and a friendly caller here. Mr. Rives is an old-time friend of this paper and one of the county's best citi itns. ' -", . . Bad breath, bitter taste, dizziness and a general "no Recount" feeling is a sure sign of a torpid liver. IIEKBINE is tho iniedieino needed. It makes - the liver active, vitalizes the blond, regu lates the bowels and reorea a tint! feel ing of uuerirv and cheerfulness. Piice. 8-room house, large lot, on East Main St.; well improved. 8-room house on East Pal mer St.. lot 85x 1 90; price $ 1 ,600 5-rocm house on North First street, lot 65 x 1 70; price $ 1 ,750 Lot 85x185, on North First st, and one of the best build ing sites in the city. Have several other dwellings and some very desirable small tracts near the city. We write Fire, Life, Tornado and Accident Insurance, and represent the American Surety Co., who furnish all kinds of Suretyship Bonds. CALL ON US Vhite & Quinn Real Estate and Insurance Mrs. M. E. Patterson and daughters, of Memphis, are in the city visiting the home of Col. and Mrs. W. H. Gardner. Mrs. Fatterson came up last week with the Ex-Governor, who returned in a few days. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Treston are now located in Hammond, Ind., where Mr. Preston is engaged in a large printing plant at a comfortable salary. They have the pleasure of rooming with Southern families and are very pleas antly situated. Call at Dietzel Bros. Jewelry Store and see the most attractive line of mil linery ever brought to Union City. Trudie Pardue, formerly with Morgan Verhine Co., offers you price advan tages and selections that aie unexcelled. Dr. M. G. Gibbs, one of tho leading pharmacists and druggists of Washing ton City, is in the city visiting his moth er, sister and brothers and many friends. He is with his mother and sister, Mrs? Harriet Gibbs and Mrs. John Bell, in the northern part of the city. Mr. David Cockrill has sold his home in Union City to County Clerk C. S. Talley. Mr. and Mr. Cockrill will probably locate in Memphis, a more convenient place for Mr. Cockrill, who is a traveling salesman. A sale of per sonal effects was held yesterday. Mr. Talley and family will move to their new home as soon as Mr. and Mrs. Cockrill vacate. J. T. Barham, who resides in the vi cinity north of Union City, was here Friday and we learn that his daughter, who has been sick with measles, is suf fering with the effects of that disease upon her lungs. Other members of the family are greatly improved, and we trust that all will soon be well. Mr. Barbam is an old-time friend of this paper, and one of the good citizens in the county. Rev. W. fi. Sheffer at Opera House Tuesday, May 14 Auspices Loyal Sons In f . 7ir n ifs M Our Guaranty of Values The policy of the most successful, modern banks, in transacting business with their pat rons, is based on the big principle of personal confidence. To such banks you can send your office boy or clerk on important business and receive as fair treatment as when you your self go. The policy of this store is based on the same principle, of personal confi dence. It is the policy of the square deal for the consumer. Over 300 dealers throughout the country have adopted the emblem the emblem of the square deal. Their aim is to place piano merchandising on the soundest basis of integri ty by pricing instruments fairly pricing them according to their factory cost, not according to their concert hall fame. In this city we are proud to be the represent ative of that principle and to display the sign of the Square Deal one price to all, and quality regulates that price. We keep up to now in sheet music and are the agents for the Victor and Columbia machines and also have a line of late records. - Pay us a visit and hear some good music. W. C. Honea Piano Co. 207 Washington street Phone 646 -!, 1 iaHBBB . ROOMS FOR RENT. Rooms for light housekeeping, newly papered. Call or address Mrs. Pewitt, 506 North Ury street. I ,)0c. J by OlivorHrd Vn ss Dm tore. For Sale. 3 acre lot, six-room house, garden, orchard, outbuildings, abundance of Bhade with running water, the year around, no better neighborhood in town. Will divide if preferred. - ' Also household goods: everything must be sold by May 1st. West end Church street, on Sixth. See me at once if you want the best place in town 8-tf A M. R. Powell. CAKES Orders received and filled at any time for all kinds of cake baked in any style and delivered at any time and full supply always on hand for Sat urday delivery. 2-tf Mrs. Ara E.' Edwards. Big Muddy washed nut coal is best for cooking. At Union City Ice & Coal Co PS)) LEND US YOUR EARS! Warnings, Hints Reminders, on a Burning Subject! LISTEN, PLEASE I Cold winter is coming. You can t deter that Tirst order for coal much longer. We are expecing to hear from you in person or by phone most any day now. Union GiljIce&CcEl Go, Telephone 150 Mr. Walter L. Brown, President of the Industrial League Addition of Hickman, Ky., has been here for sev eral days and has succeeded in consum mating a deal with Messrs. II. B. Hor ner & Co. to handle their addition. We can congratulate Mr. Brown for em ploying this wide awake" firm to handle their proposition. This means that every lot in this big addition will change ownership within the next thir ty days, and that Old Hickman" will locate nigh and dry. where the view is beautiful and the air is pure. We were in the vicinity of Mr. Evans Jackson's residence Sunday and found that he had one of the handsomest and best improved homes in the city. All this has been done in a few months. Mr. Jackson came here from Obion and bought the lot, which then seemed to be in a somewhat neglected part of the city, but since he has improved others have bought and built there, and that section is now almost entirely changed At the rate it is improving the premises and the street will soon comprise one of the most attractive localities of the city. Social and Personal Mrs. Berryhill, Editor. Telephone 140. Kindly report as early an con venient. Will Whoop Up Harmony. Our mutual friend, Mr. Jas. Brice, has received his new linotype machin ery, of which ho is justly proud, it be ing the first printing machine of that kind owned in Union City. Mr. Brice will now be able to get in a few extra and telling licks for State Harmony and tIio fur that sUbK; Th rtHMratt G'ii D. J. Caldwell. Social Clipping ' From the "Fruit Cake Special. Wood Taylor and Raymond Mitchell, of Memphis, were ' visitors to this me tropolis during the high water srason, last week. They were met at the sta tion by a bodyguard composed of the Express Company Rough Riders, the CustOB Rotulorum and Ui!Str: Dulci Clubs of Dahnke's Caft the Red Cross Ich Diens and a contingent of the Taft Republicans and conducted as a sight seeing trip about the city after lunch. When interviewed by a Fruit Cake Special reporter they both expressed amazement at the growth of the city, a fact proven by two new Overland cars being bought here. They also stated that the water is some of the wettest they ever drank and that they might vote for Roosevelt, Bryan or Eugene Debs in 1916. .,. :ZZlu Mrs. Fred Dahnke has called a meet ing of the City Beautiful Association for Saturday afternoon at three o'clock. This meeting is to be held at the New Church chapel, on Church street, and it is requested that- all these interested in the improvement of the town be present. The association bids fair to become the consolidation of woman's civic work and clubs here. The names of influential and leading spirits are en rolled on the charter list, and as tho membership fee is a sincere interest and co-operation in the work of trans forming waste places into spots of beau ty and usefulness it is expected that the true and broad-minded citizens will fall in line readily. Brewer-Green. Married in this city Friday, April 19, Mr. G. A. Brewer, of Terrell, and Mrs. Ida Green, Elder W. H. Trice officiating. Mr. Brewer is a wide-awake merchant of Terrell and a fine citizen. Mrs. Green has many ex cellent traits of character which will mako her au excellent help-mate for Mr. Brewer'. This office extends con gratulations. III vw 0 K.elief from eumatlsm 'i ry wloan's Liniment for your rheu matismdon't rub just lay it on lightly.. It goes straight to the core spot, quickens the blood, limbers up the muscles and joints and jtops the pain. " Here's Precf "Mrs. Julia Thomas of Jackson. Cal., write! "I hava used your linl tnent for rheumatism with much suc cess." Martin T. Tunis, 169 18th Ave., I'aterson, N. J., writes: - I was a cripple with rheumatism for two years and I could not move at all i had to be carried from place to place. I tried remedies and could not cut bet ter, until I tried Sloan's Liniment, One bottle fixed me up In good shar tbe bouse for my wife and children." and now I always have a bottle in the r TT ( 4 y t 1 1 M TO t f v i i i: Y? kills any kind of pain. Gmod for Kcuralciia. Toothache, Lumtwo and Chest Tarns. Sold ly all dealers. Price 25c, SOc. and $I.OO. w Slran'i book on Horeta, Cattle, Hew; ami ftmlfry sent free. Address D2.XA1L S. SLOAN - - Eostoo. M-!.