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w. m;turner I By special factory arrangements, we are in position to trade you a new Piano or Player Piano for your old one, any make. Our facilities for serving the people in the piano business is absolutely unprecedented, even in the large cities. We carry a large assortment of Music and Graphonolas and records for same. U 7 O . V23' JJl3 Washington Avenue, near Courthouse fJou York Life Insurance Co. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS Chas. Dietzel and Norboh Bourne - AGENTS local and Personal Miss Lorcne Carter will return home the latter part of this week aiter an ex tended visit to Mrs. Sam Montgomery in Greenwood, Miss. Mr. L. Bodkin and wife, of Kenton, were visitor in the city Wednesday. Mrs. C. Bogle, of Kenton, was a visitor in tbe city Wednesday. v Miss Mary Herron, of Trenton, was a visitor in the city Wednesday. Miss Moselle Wade, of Kenton, was'a visitor here Monday. Mr. "Billie" Parker, Dietzel'a jew eler, can repair it Just try him. Misses Lillian and Clara Fields, of Fulton, were in the city Monday with an auto party. A. L. Powell and wife, of Stockton, Cal.i were in the city Sunday, registered at tbe Palace Hotel. Mrs. Clifford Joynerand two children were in Nashville as visitors this week. Mrs. Joyner called to see Mrs. Hassler at the hospital, who is reported to be doiDg well. ,! Choice of any parasol in stock, $5. Bransford & Andrews. Miss Marene Allen, of Harris, was a visitor here last week with relatives and friends. Curtis Verhine was a visitor in Louis ville this week. ; .Mayor W. M. McNeill, of Bives, was a business visitor here Saturday. News from Mr. M. Glasscock in Chi cago received here this week is that his daughter, Mrs. C. H. McNeill, has sur vived a surgical operation and is grad ually recovering. The operation was said to be successful in every respect and the patient in fine condition. Coal and wood delivered promptly by the Union City lee & Coal Co. Colonel Saml.'D. Woosley left yester day morning with nearly a thousand Sunday-school picnickers for an annual outing at Jackson. The dinkey and the special were both brought into requisi tion. All thq Sunday schools were represented, and it is very likely that tb a people along the route and at Jack son will be impressed with the fact that Union City is a Sunday school town. ... t nvtminl rattnmlia Or lit rrtaL A JJljf WJ fail? AilUtldl HJUUIUIIO TT ill 111. J tbe people acquainted with Union City, and we hope that some them will come to our fair and home-corning. Telephone Union City Ice & Coal Co. when you want coal ngut now. Tbe Geo. W. Carter home, formerly this Henderson place on the corner of Vhliuvt arid PI vision streets, has been ino.iolnd und rofnrbiiiHwf thmi"n'.t and provided with a new bungalow porch. It is now a very handsome res idence, one of the newest and prettiest ia the city. Mr. and Mrs. Carter and family will move in soon. Miss Maine Rinebart leaves to-day to visit the family of her brother, Robert IlincLart, at Kennett, Mo., thence to St. Louis and later to Clarence, Mo., where she ia to be engaged as trimmer tor tbe season. ' . Miss Olive Lane was reported quite sick this week. Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Howard, of Num ber Seven, were in the city this week visiting friends. Misses Pot and Bessie Beck are en joying a two weeks visit to Gibson Wells. Miss Lois Patten, of Trenton, visited Miss Pot Beck this week. ' Mrs. J. L. Ruffin and children are enjoying a visit with relative at Jack son. For satisfactory repair work just try Pietzel's jewelry store.- ' : Miss Edna Anderson leaves next week for Clinton, Ky.1, and Paris to visit rela tives. ' I Rev. Stuart requests us to announce that the union service will be held at the Methodist Church next Sunday night. Mrs.- Hunter Elam and little son Tom French, Jr., have returned from a a visit to Paris. A call for 150 brings the coal wag.u Union City Ice & Coal Co. Mr. Zack Cor urn left Sunday night for Chicago, Philadelphia and New York as buyer for Corum & Jackson in this city, to be in tbe markets for two weeks selecting the most desirable goods and values for the trade here. Mr. Roger Caldwell is this Week rusti cating on Keelfoot Lake. Mrs. Pr. Jernigan, of Obion, was the house guest of Mrs. W. L. White this week. If you need an artificial eye Pr. Mc Michael can make you one as natural as a perfect eye. Mr. Ed McAlister and family are en joying their annual outing at Beelfoot Lake. -: ' Shady Grove school, with the assist ance of Miss Pearl Milam, teacher, wiH give an ice cream supper Friday even ing for the benefit of the school, hoping to realize a sum sufficient to finish seat ing the school. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffries, of Ripley,' were the guests of Miss Maud Nichols Sun day. . Choice of any parasol in stock, $5. Bransford & Andrews. Mrs. Ina May Nailling will be at home to her friends about the 15th at her res idence in the north, part of town. Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Clarh spent Sun day with friends in the country. Mesdames Moore and Phebus have returned from a delightful visit with Clarksville elatives. Miss Skipwortb, of St. Louis, is the house guest of the Misses Stone near town. When you think jewelry think Piet- ielV ,- . . ; : ; ; Mrs. Boy Scott and son were the Sun day guests of Mrs. W. Z. Massengill, who has been confined to her room for three or four weeks. Mrs. Pick McCIanahan and children are with Centreville relatives. Mr. and Mrs. C. II, Cobb are at South Haven, Mich., for a few weeks outing! I i..V" ' r jifovit n R. A. NAPIER, Manager Guy Nailling surprised his many friends last Saturday , by getting mar ried to Miss Grace Starr, one of Tipton ville's charming daughters. They will visit relatives and friends in this city for a few days. Mrs. Ned Massengill and children, of Chaffee, Mo., also Mrs. Inez Massen gill, are at home on a visit to their pa rents. Both families came over in their cars. All kinds of coal at Union City Ice & Coal Co. ' , Mrs. O. B. Blewer and children re turned Wednesday from a visit with friends in Nashville. Mrs. P. A. Peeler returned Tuesday from Pyer, where she had been to visit a new grandson, a bright-eyed youngster, the son of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. McIIugh. Miss Mamie Barker, of Mayfield, Ky. , is in the city a guest of Mrs. P. A. Peeler. Call 150 and get your coal and wood. Union City Ice & Coal Co. . Mrs. Elizabeth Monrotus and sou, Wayne, Mrs. C. F. Pahnke, Mrs. Ruth Caldwell Whipple, Mrs. W. C. Morris and daughters, Misses Kate and Lottie, will be members of a boat party leav ing Hickman to-morrow afternoon for St. Louis. Some of the party will also visit Louisville and will be gone about a week. ; Mrs. Kate Stratford and Mrs. Bettie and Lyda Fowlkes, of Pyersburg, are in the city guests of Mrs. Chas. Burch ard. " , ' Big Muddy washed nut coal is best for cooking. At Union City Ice & Coal Co. Miss Birdie Caruthers, of Memphis, is visiting the home of her parents north of the city. Miss Carutners is enjoying a real vacation for a few weeks with relatives and friends. ' Pr. W. T. Salmon and wife, of Albu querque, New Mexico, were in the city this week visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Whipple, Main street. Miss Lila Rogers has returned to Wa verly after a visit with Miss Kathleen Rogers, ' Earl Kimzey, who's picture appeared among those present in the Memphis Commercial Appeal's photograph of the recent druggists' State gathering iu that city, left this week for the Park Pavis office and factories in Chicago and Petroit. J. C. Waddell, Jr., is very ill with fever. Mrs. Thos. Southworth and children have returned from a two week's visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Pyer, of Cookeville, Tenn. , Ask your grocer for PAHNKE'S WRAPPEP BREAP. He will charge you no more for it. ' All the goodness kept in all the dirt kept out. Mrs. Fannie Priskill has returned from Texas, where she has been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Paine Bransford. Miss Elsie Brice is at home from Oklahoma. , Mrs. Walter Pickard and little daugh ter visited in Waverly this week. . MLoi ri" hiiJ Gla'jys and Mr. Clarence Williams, who are traveling for the Curtis Publishing Company, are at home for a few weeks vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Wil liams. Mrs. M. E. Hawkins, of New Orleans, is a guest of Mrs. T. J. Williams. Little Miss Miriam Edwards left this week for Monteagle to visit her aunt, Mrs. Laura Binford, who is summering in her cottage home. Notices To EvsrySody Wiio (tes f.!3: As you know, I am ar raniti2 my business to leave Union City. All ac counts not settled by September 1, will be plac ed in the hands of an offi cer with instructions to collect or sue. J. A. COBLE, Jr. Mrs. Robertson, of Ury street, has moved to Jackson, Tenn. : Mr. Wallace Moffett, of Humboldt, will be a visitor here Saturday en route to Monteagle. ' . , You've tried the rest, now try the best Jersey Cream Flour. Mrs. E. T. Tansil, of Mount Pelia, who recently underwent an operation for appendicitis by Pr. Nailling, is visit ing in the city. Mr, Harry Naylor, living two miles north of the city, was operated on Mon day for appendicitis by Pr. Nailling. He is being looked after by Pr. Nail ing's surgical nurse, Mrs Roedecker, and is reported as doing exceedingly well. HELPLESS AS BABY Down ia Blind Unabla to Wcrk, and What Helped Her; Summit Point, W. Va. Mrs. Anna Belle Emey, of this place, says; "1 suf fered for 15 years with an awful pain in hiy right 6ide, caused from womanly trouble, and doctored lots for it, but with out success. I Buffered so very much, that 1 became down in mind, and as help less as a baby. I was in the worst kind of shape. Was unable to do any work. I began taking Cardul, the womar's tonic, and got relief from the very first dose. By the time I had taken 12 bot tles, my health was completely restored. 1 am now 43 years years old, but teel as good as 1 did when only 16. Cardui certainly saved tne from losing my mind, and I feel it my duty to speak in its favor. 1 wish I had some power over poor, suffering women, and could make them know the good it would do them." If you suffer from any of the al!men!3 peculiar to women, it will certainly be worth your while to give Cardui a trial. It has been helping weak women for i f or trn d'j yzzzi, zzz. w.; i, jvu, too. Try CarduL Your druggist sells it. Writ it! dt"nrne Uni'drm Co., I" tlyMKt Detit, I4iuu6r Tenn., tor Sfeti hutructim on your out and boo. "Horn TrMtOMt (or Wonwj," is pi&ia wrepper. tt.C. 1 SI h'mImIIu lit Uittn , .' I viwi Prescription No, t'Z U . - - I taHy for MALARIA or C .U '3 A f VR. Five or six doses wj 1 ; . ? -y t -,., and il taken then as lova i'si evt-r til not return. It act ot v 1it i ;e tha Cslooael sad dors -l ,:cf Lea. 25c UNION CITY, TEN N. The Outcome. When May was here I struggled hard, I planted many seeds, And now I have in my back yard Eleven kinds of weeds. . Ignoring Her Comment. "A woman promises to share a man's joys and sorrows." , "Well?" "And yet she remains perfectly tran quil when the home team loses." A Bad Fix. "What's the trouble, old man?" "I'm up against it for fair." "As to how?", "My liver doctor expressly orders me to eat Sugar, and my Btomach specialist positively forbade it. " Always Rides. ' "Ethel, didn't I see you out walking yesterday with Mr. Wombat?" "You did not. I have no acquaint ances below the taxicab mark." Not As Advertised. Oh, tbe brooklet in the booklet Was a most delightful brook. There the fishes at your wishes Came directly to the hook. But the brooklet as you found it Was enough to jar a man ; Only fishy thing around it Was an empty salmon can. Bon Air Coal, best and cheapest, at Union City Ice & Coal Co. , A House that Suits. "Has your wife found a house that suits her?" "Well, yes: it suits her. All but the kitchen range, tho closets, the cellar, the front parlor, the vestibule the light ing arrangements and the dining room wall paper." Which? ' Here's an account of a girl hugged by a bear. " "Pid it happen at a mountain resort or in Wall street?" Usage of Time. Utilize your spare moments. One can accomplish much in this way while dummy at bridge. LIV-VER-UX FOB SICK HEADACHE IT IS YOUR INACTIVE LIVER AND CLOGGED BOWELS. UV-VER-LAX IS THE PANACEA FOR ALL LIVER TROUBLES AND CONSTIPATION. You are billious, your thirty feet of bowel become clogged up, poisonous gasses are generated in the bowels and thrown out in the system, your head aches, you have chills and fever, you are nervous and ill-tempered, your sys tem is full of bile, not properly passed off. Your disordered stomach and bil liousness cannot be regulated until you remove the cause. It is not your stom ach's fault. Your stomach is as good as any. Try LIV-VER LAX, it is purely veg etable. Po not resort to harsh physics and calomel, which ruins the system and IWftn tho hrnw- ... L1V-VER-LAX acts gently yet posi tively on the liver, stomach and bowels, is pleasant to take and does not gripe or sicken. It is recommended for grown ups and babies all alike. , You will be surprised at the amount of bile a bottle of LIV-VER-LAX will clean out of your system. Buy a reg ular 50c or $1.00 bottle at OLIVER'S RED CROSS DKUO STORE on our guarantee and be convinced. THE LEBANON CO-OPERA VI V MEDICINE CO., Lebanon, Tenn. None genuine without the likeness and signature of L. K. Grigsby. in PARISIAN SAGE FOR THE HAIR Unsightly matted colorless scraggy hair made fluffy -soft abundant and radiant with life at once. Use Parisian Sage. It comes in 50c. bottles. The first application removes dandruff, stops itching scalp, cleanses the hair, takes away the dryness and brittleness, increases the beauty of the, hair, making it wavy and lustrous; '.. Everyone needs Parisian Sage. Oliver' Red Cross Drug Store. Real Estate Transfer. A. L. Thompson to C. W. Tetty, 3 lots in No. 5, $95. II. B. Horner to C, W. Petty, 3 lots in No. 5, $9?.50. L. 8. Parks and wife to B. F. Beck ham and wife, lot in No. 13, $7,250. Pete McIIugh et al. to Rives Grain. Co., lot in No. 4, $135. Anna May Long et al. to H. Forcun et al., land in.Nos. 14 and 15, $15,000. J. L. Alexander et al, to J. P. Walk er, 11 acres in No. 5, $100, , B. F. and Arlette Beckham to Jnrj.1 T. Walker, lot in No. 13, $3,000. J. L. Wright and wife to E. F. Tur ner et al., 4 J acres in No. 9, $1,200. Richard Lilly to J, W. Smith, lot in No. 5, $400. . Paul Morris to Pearl Snow, lot in No. 16, $500. y B. F. Beckham et al. to L. S. Parks, lot in No. 13, $6,000. Tbos. O. Morris, trustee, to Paul O. Morris, lot in No. 16,. $350. J. N. Tull to Geo. R. McFaddcn, 2 lots in No. 8, $70. J. O. Neely and wife to Richard Lilly, interest in lot in No. 5, $200. R. P. RudtHe to W. P. Ifoneycutt, 24 acres in No. 11, $1,500. H. C. Cathey et al. to G. W. Cathey, lot in No. 16, $250. H. B. Horner and wife to R. M. Whipple, lot in No. 13, $500. J. M. Brice to Mm Mina Jones, 50 acres in No. 6; $500. RUB-DV-TISLT Will cure your Rheumatism Neuralgia, .Headaches, Cramps, Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts and Burns, Old Sores, Stings of Insects Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne, used in ternally and externally. Price 25c. Registration Notice. By the authority vested in us as Elec tion Commissioners of Obion County, a general registration of all voters in Pis trictjfo. 13 only, will be held at Union City from August 11 to August 21, in clusive.5 , While many voters have registration ceitifjcates which call for four years, tho last census makes it necessary to register every two years in this district. D. P. Caldwell, Chair, F. E. Quinn, See. G. R. McDade. 18-2t Election Commissioners. H.P. TAYLOR Architect and Builder 1 louse Fians, Specification and Estimates Scientifically Adsusted Office Room 15, Nailling BuilJing C & St. L. T.:-'.Z TABLE. Arrh Union City. BAST BOUS0 .; 55 ..7.55 a.m. No. 3.0(5 era No. No. S3..11.15 p.m WJEgT HOUS5). No. 52. ,6.10a.m. No. 4...12.50 p.m No. 51.7.52 p.m.