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A Big Regular " Dinner at Kirkland's All kinds of short orders. Something special at all times. Kirkland's for Ladies and Gents. Extra Good Coffee and Milk. Call Phone No. 16, 42 or 623 and get The Pitzer Transfer Co. to haul anything you have to move. S.G.B. Minorca for Hatching, $1.00 Per 15 Also some nice Cockerels for sale at $1.00 each. Telephone or write riRS. GEO. R. BUFFORD Union City, Tenn., R.F.D. 4. uyWb ardmcJUamiL ; :. -y It ii not only kindne to deerving animal, but a pocketbook proposition to keep your tock and poultry healthy. Horaes will work better) cow give pure milk; hog tave off cholera and-fowl be free from jiseao. It i cheaper to prevent disease among animals than to cur them after they come. Don't you need ome remedied right now. GHAS. M, HENDERSON, The New Drug Store Union City, Tenn. Phono 70 I ii., ii iii 1 -a 1 Wd f Ml U - Tlie Modern. Daratle,. PEE GEE FLATKOATTU a distinct departure from old time wall paper and other unsanitary material. No more expensive and frequent redecorating, no more germ and dust catching walls. A moist sponge is ell.it takes to rt store ft Flatkoatt-ed wall to its original beauty and brightness. PEE GEE FLATKOATT comes In 24 soft, deep velvety colors, pcrmittina: the most artistic decorative etfects. ' Fn -T "Th Modern Mrfhod of IV IV l fini.hin.W-IU." Hconwtn IITTTQTPITFrk practical aug-eaattoos and ILLUOilUULL' color plans for erery room. BA A t' Write loFcat-Gsulbert VjT KJ JV Co.. Inroroorated. Louisville, Kentucky, (or FREE BOOK, or ak u. KaBlinE-ftiser Hardware UNION CITY. TENN. it Ilolice, City Tax Payers. The tax payers of Union City are hereby notified that all city taxes for 1 91 3 are due on or be fore the first day of April, 1914, and that same must be paid by that time in order to save costs and penalties. You are there fore requested to call as early as possible, and this notice is to remind you of the time limit It is hoped that there will not be a single delinquent this year. J.W.WOOSLEY, Recorder. Simple Enough. "I don't see the use of blurting be tween the leagues.'" "What's your idea?" "If one league ants to put another league out of business, let 'era hire all their players. Then there won't be any rival league." Will Power. "Gone back to smoking yet?" "Nope." "You mvst have considerable will power.". "Well, what I Jack my wife supplies." Across the Styx. "Here's a shade Unit won't give his name," announced trn imp who was registering guests. "What does he suyf" Squired Satan. "Says to put him flW4s John Doe." "All right, and tl Qui him in the oven to bake." MJ1 -i ft- X) XC " "n mil niwft"T- MiLj stocks -fjootiLQ Walls are Easily Restored to Original Beauty and Brightness When Finished With fill Sanitary Flat Oil Finish Go. Its if ) LOCAL AND PERSONAI Harris Parks was in Dyersburg Mon day. Mr. Frank Glass has returned from St. Louis. H. T. Fullerton, of Kenton, was a Sunday visitor. . ' Silver polish Dieticl's. Try theChocolate Fudge Kirkland's, A call for 150 brings the coal wagon, Union City Ice & Coal Co. Mr. Cato Davis was a business visitor in Troy Monday. Miss Mabel Griffin has returned froni a visit to Jackson. Will Mitchell, of Nashville, is spend ing the week at home. Peanut Brittle at Kirkland's. Get watch prices from Dietzel. Use steel posts if you want the post that lasts. Nailliug-Keiser Hardware Company. Mrs. Wallace Moore has returned from a visit to Dyersburg. Mrs. Mary Ligou, of Hickman, was a visitor in the city this week. Mrs. Perry Dodson, of Nashville, was a visitor ia the city this weak. Try the Chocolate Fudge Kirkland's. A new line of lace and jet hats at Miss OTIanary's, the latest styles on the market. 't Mrs. Thos. 8. Ryan, of Martin, was in the city Tuesday shopping. James II. Jackson, of De Queen, Ark., is visiting in this section. Marcus Glover, of near Woodland Mills, is very sick with la grippe, Peanut Brittle at Kirkland's. Will guarantee to make you a dry cellar. Harris Concrete Co. Phones 587 and 364. .jj , - Mrs. Arch Barham leaves to-day for Nashville to visit relatives and friends. A. H. Stovall, of Memphis, was id the city Sunday visiting Miss Ruby Henderson. Peanut Brittle at Kirkland's. ; We can always do your picture fram ing. Call on us. Home Furniture Co., phone 99. Dr. McMichael made a professional visit to Troy and Hornbeak Tuesday in his new car. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Walker are in Centreville this week visiting relatives and friends. Try the Chocolate Fudge Kirklandrs7 Steel posts are the cheapest post you can buy. Nailling-Keiser Hardware Company. W. E. Walters was in Jackson the first of the week visiting his daughter, Mrs. Tulloss. : James Dennis, iufant son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Russell, is recovering from a severe illness. Dr. J. Frank McMichael, the well known eye specialist, has reopened his Trenton office and will be at his Union City office on Thursday, Friday and Sat urday only until further notice. t -t 1 . i.- t . I.' WU M t . Perfection Peta with Clothe or not Ia alwaya in the Swim For when on land he-weara, you bet; Perfection Cluthee ao Trim. Boys you will want to look your very best these bright, sunshine days. This is your chance to get some stylish spring suits. There's no store in town where you can get boys' clothes so smartly tailored as at out boys' department. , Here you will find 2 suits m so many extraordinary models and colorings that choosing a suit is an easy matter. The models embrace about every good style of Norfolk this season everything is Norfolka. Knickers are generously full peg top. ; "". ' ' Come in. We promise you a perfect fit? Take your pick at these nnces $4.00 $4.50 $5.00 $6.00 $6.50 $7.00 $7.50 $8.50 and $10.00 filorpn-Verfiii Go. The Big Store. Clarence Beck, Geo. Gttbs and Thoa. Southworth are at home from a busi ness trip to Chicago. Mrs. Moran, of Dresden, was a visitor in the city this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Cobb. Kemember Home Furniture Co. when you clean bouse. They have polish mops and plenty of furniture polish. Phong 99. Mr. Will Dave Fleming has returned to Mississippi after a visit in the city with his sister, Mrs. II. O. Vincent. Mrs. Geo. Hall, of Martin, was a vis itor here this week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. George. We are prepared to build you an up- j to-date silo, the kind that lasts forevert with cement. Harris Concrete Co. Phones 587 and 364. Mrs. Walter Armstrong has returned to her home in Memphis after a visit here with Mr, and Mrs. Sied Waddell. Mrs. W. A. Forester is a visitor in Obion this week and Mr. Forester in Nashville with his son, Dr. A. M. For ester. Mrs. Amn will appreciate a call to see her beautiful display of spring hats and millinery. 2fcw styles in Uowurs and draperies, veils and ribbon. Mr. Arthur Tittsworth chaperoned the committee circulating petition this week and last for the opening of Church street. Miss Hayland Wilson, a visitor in the city with Mrs. John Waddell for several days, has returned to her home in St. Louis. Use Dahnke's Cream Bread. It is worth more than any other bread, yet the price is no higher. ALL grocers sell it. Miss Eugenie Martin, as she was for merly, of Seattle, Wash., is a'isitqr here this week with Miss Willie May Eeeser. Miss Euth Bratton, accompanied by her father, S. R. Bratton, was taken to Nashville yesterday to be treated for ap pendicitis. Mrs. Aran's styles in millinery and novelties are indeed pleasing to those of approved taste. Call and see the latest window display. Mrs. Flack, of Woodland Mills, is here this week visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. D. Flack, and her grand daughter who has been very sick. Harris Concrete Co. announce that they are now prepared to do your con crete work at the same reasonable price. Work guaranteed. Civil Service Examiner H. O. Vincent held an examination here last week at the'post office building for departmental work, with two candidates present. The latest style hats just received at Mrs. Arnn's, leading imported and do mestic goods from the centers of fashion. H. H. Drake will preach at the Bap tist Church next Sunday morning at 11 and night at 7:30. Much interest is felt by those who have heard, as well as those who have heard of, this gifted and eloquent man and a large audience is assured. If you want to give your eyes a treat have us grind you a prescription in that special large lens. You will be tickled with the result. Dr. McMichael, Eye Specialist. The many friends and acquaintances of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Waggoner will regret to learn of the death of their little baby daughter. They left this city only a few weeks ago to spend a few months at Wingo, Ky., where the baby died, after an illness of only a few days. The tango shades and shapes in at tractive array can be seen in ladies' hats and trimmings at Mrs. Arnn's. FOR SALE CHEAP A Princess dresser and a washstand, nearly new and very cheap. "Call this office. 52-tf Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Cayce went to Alamo Sunday to see Mr. Cayce 's broth er, who was strickeu with paralysis a few days ago and has been in a very bad condition since. He is a middle- aged man, a prominent attorney and has lots of friends'all over this section. You can buy a loaf of our bread tha best it is possible to make for 10c. You can buy our doughnuts at 10c per dozen., You can buy our fresh rolls, HOT, at noon every day at 10c per dozen. Order through your grocer, or we will have our wagon call on you daily. Phone 109. Let Them. Speak Out Now days when a man runs for of fice the people expect htm to sing out and tell what he stands for and state his reason for offering himself as a "willing Facrifioe." The people are curious and want to know and wedon't blame them, rather are we disposed to encourage them in finding out all they can about any candidate. The "gum-shoe" days are past, and a man cannot "pussy-foot" it around to a few bosses and get them to fix things forhim. There used to be a time when the bo vet nmching on t The Comfort Shoe of . Ellorp-Veriiine Compaii Union City, Tenn. Chaa. Williams WILLB Agents Casino, Lyndon and Charm Canned- Goods Heekin's Coffees, Teas and Spices ' SPOTLESS FLOUR Williams (ID. Adams "We Deliver the Goods" Telephone 421 306 East Main Street White & Quinn Real Estate and Insurance We have'moved our office to the building formerly occupied by the Fair Furniture Co., now White's, and will welcomh our friends to our new quarters. We represent the best Fire, life, Accident and Torna do Insurance Companies, both City and Country. We represent the Continental Farm Department none better. If in the market to buy or sell city property, call on us. White & Quinn Real Estate and Insurance victory like a half sled in high rye. They fooled "all the people part of the time and a part of the people all the time,' but they never have fooled "all the people all the time. " We have seen the day when the good old honest Democrats and Republicans back on the farms would stop plowing corn and ride ten to twenty miles to town to attend a convention or a roasB meeting of their respective parties and imagine they helped to fix things and save the country, when the truth of the matter was they did not have a thing to do with it for the bosses had cut and dried the whole affair in some lonely back room, where it was dark enough for the crickets to chirp in daytime. But the day when the boss can fix things is past and the people have be come too well- posted to allow men to dictate to them bow to vote. We have ' heard of bosses who controlled this or that number of voters. Ijio man has ' any right to control any man's vote ex 4 '. ...V; fedi mil lul k The Shoe For You Frank W. Adams & ADAI cept his own. , Mr. Voter, when a bosa saunters up to you and suggests that you should vote for this or that man be. insults your intelligence. He looks up on you as an easy mark and one whom he can vote. The people are deciding things them selves uow days, ' arid they expect tb boss to go away back and sit down a sad der if not a wiser man. Of course the bosses are still here, but somewhat, sterilized, Hamilton. County Herald, Chattanooga. - Universal Need. The Alabama jurors lack the point of View. What is needed there is a whitewashing of barns and fences, not crooked officials. Houston Post. Large Assortment. Spring has bees and blooms in bud On display; And eleven kinds of mud, By the way.