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ONE. JBIG WEEK-STARTING IVgOIMPAlf, MAY 11
. AT THE BIG TENT THEATRE, LIGON LOT TTIfrKe Esuril E-ff.siwIk: ISScu StoccM Co In a repertoire of great play successes and high-class vaudeville. Every play new to this city. rLAY MUMJAY HTUA C nf thP WnOfK;." ? I flH PC hAA VlnnHnv Night it accompanied by anyone NIGHT.. : a iw w;vr t. ' ' " , : UUIV,J a ww itiuuuuj holding a 20-cent ticket ' . ' " Vaudeville between acts. Continuous performance. Plays changed nightly. No concerts or after shows. One ticket to all. ' Free band concert every night. The best show ever given for the money. - Doors Open at 7.30 P. M, Adults 20c; Children 10c Performance 8.15 P.M. Local and Personal Jtfrs. Lucile McAdoo is very ilMhis week. T. C. Wilson, of Obion, ,was a Sun day visitor. r D. A. Luten and family motered to Fulton Sunday. Mrs. I. G. Warren is visiting ber mother near Beech. ' 1 - i Buy only "Johnston's the appreci ated chocolates." Corn planting time get your corn planter at WEHMANS. A call for 150 brings the ooal wagon Union City Ice & Coal Co. . . Mr. Rody, of Kenton, was among the Sunday visitors here. " Mr. Wallace Moffett, of Humboldt, was in the city Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Harrison are in Dawson Springs this week. " W, H. Jackson, of Memphis, was a visitor in the city Sunday. Perfection Oil Cook Stoves, best made, at Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. Gultivators and good ones too at WEHMAN'S. See our new cabinet mantles before you buy. Union City Lumber Co. Editor Speer and Mrs. Speer, bf Hick man, were in the city Sunday; Dr. Nat Morris and Nathan Morris, of Fulton, were in the city Monday. 0. H. Clcmmons, of Rives, was a business visitor in the city Monday. Mrs, Taylor and son, of Hickman, Sunday ed with Mrs. Bettie Johnson. Mrs.. A inn roceives Dew hats every few days. Lawn mowers that satisfy. Nailling- Keisor Hardware Company. ... Telephone Union City Ice & Coal Co. when you want coal right now. You've tried the rest, now try the best Jersey Cream Flour. Mrs. J. R. Hughes has returned from a visit to relatives and friends at, Paris. Dr. and Mrs.Frank Griftin, of Tipton ville, were visitors in the city Hi is wet k. Mrs. G. B. White has returned home after a visit with Mrs. Bigelow at Tren ton. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Francis, of Sam burg, were in the city Monday as vis itors. . You want to see those lawn mowers at Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. Use Pahnke-'tYalker Milling Co. Jer ey Cream Flour, a home product and guaranteed. See the Disc Harrows at WEH MAN'S before buying. They are good ones. Mr. Walter Forester and family, of Obion, were in the city last week as visitors. Mr. and Mrs. A. Wilson, of Obion, were tho Saturday guests of Mrs. Evans Jackson. . , Mrs. Will White has been confined to her room for two or three days at home on Mill street. Mr. John George, the trunk drum mer, visited his family at home in Union City this week. You can find the lawn mower .you want at Nailling-Keiser Hardware (Jo. Big Muddy washed nut coal .is best for cooking. At Union City Ice & Coal Co. If there's anything the matter with your furniture phone 438-Chas. Ward, upholsterer. Thad Lee is having some improve ments made on his residence on Mill and Lilac streets. - Rev. J. E. Stuart was in Selmer this week attending a convention of tho Christian Church. Mr.Geo. P. Woolen, of Nashville, Comptroller, of tho State, wa3 a visitor in the city Monday. , You will find just the kind of Disc Harrow you want at WEH MAN'S, Charles Ward, upholsterer, located in the Morris Block, on Main street, first store west of Methodist church. Bos couches made to order. Phone 433. CoalCoke Wood Call Tel. 150. " Dr. and Mrs. Horace Luten and chil dren and Mn. Eli Bvnum motored to this city last Sunday. C. C. Calhcott, of Pleasant Hill, was here Monday attending a meeting of the Democratic committee. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stevens and Miss Julia Jackson, of Hickman, were in th city Sunday as visitors. . You want to see those refrigerators at Nailling-Keiser Hardware Company before buying. If the laundry work of Union "City Steam Laundry is pleasing people all over the surrounding country you should not fail to give it patronage. C. P. Wilson, of Troy, was in the city Monday attending the meeting of the Democratic committee. Mr. Russell Gardner was in the city Monday in bis big Packard cap, coming through from St. Louis. II. C. Davidson, of Elbridge, was a visitor in the city Monday looking on at politics and other matters, , Buy your Lawn Swine at WEH MAN'S right now. It's waiting for you. r Use Dahnke's Cream Bread. It is worth more than any other bread, yet the price is no higher. ALL grocers sell it. ' Fulton Moffett, Hal Taylor, J. C. and W. T. Harris and Tierce Pardue were in Fulton Sunday as social visitors. Mr, Lawson Faxon, of Jackson, was a visitor in the city Sunday at the home of -Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Adkerson. Dr. J. J. Wells, of Glass, was in the city Monday as a member of the County Democratic Executive Committee. You want to see those refrigerator at Nailling-Keiser Hardware Company before buying. Fresh rolls, coffee cakes, doughnuts, Dolly Warren Neapolitan cake, tea cakes and Dahnke's cream bread. Any kind of pastry on short notice. Phone 109 and we will deliver it for you. , Manager Cox has added to the com forts of the Reynolds Theatre with a perfumed disinfectant. This will go to wards making the house more pleasant and healthful. . Mr. Lexie Parks Lane left last week for Dallas? Texas, where he will be em ployed as salesman in one of the leading department stores of that city. The young man is the son of a well known merchant and will no doubt bring more honor to the reputation of his father, who is one of the successful pioneer merchants of southwest Kentucky. Quick Meal,1 the . very newest and very best oil stove on the market, at WEHMAN'S. Big Muddy washed nut coal is best for cooking. Call loO. Union City ice & Coal Co. Among the, recent callers and others mailing their respects to this paper are: E. J. Green; Obion; T. M. Flack, Wood land Mills; Miss Josie Faulk, Caruth ersville, Mo.; S. B. Hays, Rives; Mrs. J. P. Thompson, Centreville, Tenn.; T. J. Harpole, Dyer, Tenn.; J.R.Walker, Heber, Ark.; F. B. McDaniel, Tillman Shipp, Number Two; Mrs. C. E. Duvall, Memphis; E. L. Rice, Mrs. A. C. Reeds, Algie Curry, city; B. W. Godsey, Crys tal; C, W. Haley, Number Seven. You can buy a loaf of our bread tho 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 wagou call on you daily. Phone 109. Miss Annie Whitson, of Hickman County, was a visitor in the city with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Briggs this week Mrs. J. D. Porter, of Nashville, is a visitor in the city this week at the home of Judge and Mrs, W. H. Swiggart. Mrs. Charley Murchison, of Hick man, and Mrs. Ed Reese, of Shady Grove, were in town Saturday shopping, The Herrick, the refrigerator with the water bottle, you will find it only at WEHMAN'S, Union City Steam Laundry llower department will be glad to show you a beautiful display Saturday. Prices most reasonable. Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Browder, Miss Alma Givens and Leon Browder, of Fulton, were in the city Sunday motor ing. Mrs. Jas. Orrell, of Texarkana, and Mrs. Carl Milliard, of Gleason, are the guests of their parents on South Ury street. ' Mr. Milam and daughter, Miss Peail, left Monday to visit in Jacksonville, Tampa and Miama, Fla., for some weeks. New veils of every description at Mrs. Arnn's. You can find the Perfection Oil Stove, best made, at Nailling-Keiser Hardware Company. - Mrs, A. L. Brevard is taking advan tage of the low rates to the reunion to visit her daughter, Mrs. Ella Steele, in Columbia, S. C. - J. S. Roberts, of Moscow, a director and one of tho most popular share holder of the Old National Bank, this city, was here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Cummings will leave soon for Asheville, N. C, where Mrs. Cummings will remain for a sea son to restore her health. Mr. aud Mrs. Dan Briggs and Miss Mary Briggs, of Hickman, were in the city this week visiting the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Briggs, First street. , Don't fail to see Metcalfe's beautiful display of flowers each Saturday until season is over. Place 4our order for anything you would like to see and it will be sent for your in.pVtion. You do not cave to take it. " The Facts. 'Call me early," said the girlie, "I'm to be the Queen of May." In the morning she got warning But she wouldn't leave the hay. May Dajy Pplitics. She named herself the Queen of May, 'Twas predatory. 1 ''!.' But people often act that way i When seeking glory. . i the other girls did not accept Her usurpation. Some of them fumed or even wept ' With indignation. " They promptly passed the May Queen by With views divergent; And each was quick to qualify As- an insurgent. FEELS LIKE A NEW WOMAN A Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound Dispelled Backache, Headaches and Pi2ziness. Piqua, Ohio. "I would be very un crateful ii l iaiiea to give iyaia x nnKnams vegeta ble Compound the praise it deserves, for I have taken it at different timet and it always re lieved me wher other medicines failed, and when I hear a woman com plain I always rec ommend it Last win der I was attacked with a severe case of organic weakness. I had backache, pains in my hips anc over my kidneys, headache, dizziness, lassitude, had no energy, limbs ached and I was always tired. I was hardly able to do my housework. I had taken Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com oound on one other occasion, and it had helped me so I took it again and it has built me up, until now i reei line a new woman. You have my hearty consent to use my name and testimonial in any way and I hope it will benefit suffering women." Mrs. Orpha Turner, 431 S. Wayne St, Piqua, Ohio. , . Women who are suffering from those distressing ills peculiar to their sex Bhonld not doubt the ability of Lydia E. Pinklmm's Vegetable Compound to re store their health. If you want special advice write to Lydia E. Pinkham Med icine Co," ( confidential ) Lynn, Mas. Your letter will ba opened, read and answered by a woman and held la strict confidence ! 1 ;'' vsJ ' BEAUTIFUL HAIR A GLEAN, GOOL SCALP Use Parisian Sage. It Makes the Hair Fluffy and Abundant It is needless for you to have hair that is anything short of perfect. If it is falling out, losing color, splitting, or it the scalp burns and itches, imme diately get from Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store or any drug counter a 50 cent bottle of Parisian Sage use it fre quently the first application removes dandruff, invigorates the scalp, and beautifies the hair until it is gloriously radiant - . Parisian Sage supplies hair needs is perfectly harmless It contains the ex act elements required to make the hair soft, wavy, glossy and to make it grow thick and beautiful. You will surely like Parisian Sage. It is one of the best and most delightful hair tonics known. advt The City Schools. Examinations for promotiuu in the public schools will be given on the fol lowing days: High School Wednesday, May 15, English, Latin; Saturday, May 16, Mathematics, German, Physics; Mon day, May 18, History, Drawing, House hold Economics. Eighth Grades Wednesday May 13, Spelling (2:30 p. m.); Thursday, May 14, Geography, Biology, History; Sat urday, May 1G, English; Moaday, May 18, Mathematics. The delinquent examinations will be given in the fall. New pupils intending to enter the public school this coming year will find it to their advantage to take the examinations on the above dates. A tentative program for Commence ment Week for the public schools has been made as follows: Friday, May 15, 8:00 p. m. Junior Reception to Seniors; Gymnasium. Saturday, May 16, 6:00 p.m. Lunch eon to Seniors; Home of Superintendent. Sunday, May 17, 8:00 p. m. Bacca laureate Sermon; Christian Church. Monday, May 18, 8:00 p. m. Ger man Flay and Class Night; High School Auditorium. Tuesday, May 19, 8:00 p.m. Grade Exercises; Opera House. Thursday, May 21, 8:00 p. m. Com mencement; Opera House.- Friday, May 22, 8 p. m. Alumni Re ception ana Uanquet; bymnasium. Tho graduating class will consist of fifteen or sixteen members with an ex tra diploma granted to Alice Nash be cause of the completion of two courses. The honors of the class are awarded to May McClanalfan as valedictorian with several points above the nearest com petitor; Edwin Rogers as salutatorian. State Superintendent S. H. Thomp son has consented to give the address on commencement night. Bro. Arm strong will preach the baccalaureate sermon. Primary In Lake County. Tiptonville, Tenn., May 4. Unoffi cial returns from the county Demo cratic primary election held Saturday have been received here and the follow ing candidates have been nominated: Sheriff, John W. Hall, who defeated his nearest opponent, Alex Ezell, by about 175 votes; Circuit Court Clerk, W. L. Chappell won over bis two opponents, Murph Alexander and Fred Lowery, by about 130 votes; J. T. Larkins defeated bis nearest opponent, Smith Newton, by about 200; J. B. Stewart was only saved by 40 votes over Lee Goodman for Road Commissioner. Ira Cronan and A. C. Murdock were re-elected County Clerk and Trustee, respectively, without opposition. The largest vote ever cast in a i-aice County primary was polled Saturday and unusual interest was manifested. It is estimated that this county only lacked 200 votes of polling its entire Demacratic strength.' The county po litically, is almost Democratic to a man, ana or worse tne nominauous yester day are equivalent to an election.- Removal Announcement The Farmers Supply Co. INCORPORATED Successors to VV. S. Jackson & Son. Announce to their customers and friends the removal of the goods from Southside to the building on the northeast corner bf Court Square, where a visit will be appreciated. - . I The new stand will carry large supplies of Groceries of all kinds, Wagons, Buggies, Farm Implements, etc., and guarantee goods of the best quality and lowest prices. Delivery Wagons Union City, Tenn. Telephone 24 Next Door to Court House. E.P.GMSSOM THE OLD RELIABLE GROCER -TWO GOOD LINES- Golden Gate Cise & Saienfs Teas and Coffees I Teas and Coffees THE VERY BEST THE WORLD AFFORDS FRESH MEAT MARKET -THE BEST Meat, Flour, Sugar, Coffee Everything! -. '"(. - Alijhandled in an up-to-date, sanitary manner. No order too large. No ordefr too small. E. P. GRLSiSpI Phones 204-230 , 'paint; OUTSIDE WHITE '. th ronauit n phintc on it cum n ran irmcir. WalshiljStates.Tlie inagement of mm mm T' American 1 rg Association, leal county live- i pursuance of policy to ders along its to improve age a more iiiore uian 4u yc f 1 1 f fl ing livestock Mandard 01 j . I in this ira- fl EVERY gallon of MASTr; Jl is backed by the name of 1 , .. Peaslee-GaulbertCo, Louisvilll ,wbere ! Guaranteed for its Absolut?,111 &m ,S1C "Vht Kind Thai LasU " Tvuiiimi 1 Vthin a iiii of t may : ppe- $ ASK. your neighbors, who painted their prcperty w. jl this excellent paint they will tell you that it coyt10 more surface, lasts longer, and therefore is more economical than any other paint Jt keeps your house bright and attractive. ' Pf? f, Ask for beautifully illustrated book, Homes ., and How to Paint Them, also color card of 45 color combinations. ; , BE SURE TO USE MASTIC PAINT It Tart and TainU Htjt K2lIIIng:KeIser Co.. Unlcn City, Tenn.