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TWO LONG YEARS Mrs. Aselin Was Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. Minneapolis, Minn. "After my little one was born I was sick with pains in my sides which the doctors said were caused by inflamma tion. I suffered a great deal every I month and grew very thin. I was under the doctor's care or two long years without any benefit Finally after repeated sug gestions to try it wo eot Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound. After tak ing Ui Uiiid bottle of the Compound I was able to do my housework and today I am strong and healthy again. I will answer letters if anyone wishes to knofl about my case." Mrs. Joseph Aselin, 628 Monroe S t , N. E. , M inneapolis, Minn. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound, made from native roots and herbs, contains no narcotics or harmful drugs, and today holds the record of being the most successful remedy we know for woman's ills. If you need tuch 8 medicine why don't you try it? If you hare the slightest doubt that Lydia E. Ptnkliain's Vegeta ble Compound will help you,write to Lydia E. Pi nlcham Medicine Co. (confidential) Lynn,Mass., for ad vice. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman, and held in strict confidence. - J. HIP- UZ LtJMavx iiili.tui: Include the BEST LUMBER in the plans you are making of that house. It may cost you a little more at the start, it certainly will cost you less in the end. Ask any experienced builder if we are not right Ask him also if it does not pay splendidly to use such lumber as we sell. Upon his answer we base our request for your order. UNION CITY i iinnnrn nn LUWULII UU. T. R. REYNOLDS. Proorietor Phone 852 Nailling-Keiser has the largest and best line of refrigerators and ice boxes in town. Circuit Court. Circuit Court here this week has been busy with the case of John E. Cochran, charged with murder. Cochran and Julm Wrady met at Hamburg on the i'th day of 5Iay, 1913, and in a conten tion about a gasoline can Wrady was shot and killed. The case was tried at the September Court with a bung jury. At this court the attorneys, both the prosecution and the defense, tried to strengthen the proof by describing the altitude of the combatants when they met. Attorney General Caldwell tried to illustrate the positions they were in and Mr. Pierce, for the defense, wa equally strong in an effort to show that witnesses bad set up a case of self de fense. The main facts were that Coch ran was arranging to take a picnic party across the lake. and. starting to the hotel with his gasoline can, found hole in it. This caused him to retrace his steps and take Wrady to task about the damaged can. It was evening abou dusk and the doors of the dock were open. A quarrel ensued, and Bennett, a witness, testified that Wrady held up his hand as if about to strike. Cochran retreated a few steps and Bennett heard him asking Wrady not to cut him, but Bennett states that he saw no knife and that he found none on the body. After Cochran had retreated and implored Wrady not to cut him he opened fire at Wrady with an automatic pistol, and Wrady was fatally wounded, from which he died in a few hours. J. W. Darnell vs.' Bud Morris et al dismissed. Green Clemmons vs. A. I. Owen, judgment against defendant for $12.50. K. L. Lockert vs. II. C. Stanfield admr. of John Johnson, deceased, et al., the estate of Johnson not liable for the claim of plaintiff, and costs versus plaintiff. ' STATE 1X)CKET. Ans Shaw, continued by consent. Andrew Scearce, not guilty. K. L. Knight, fined 150 and costs and three months in jail for violating four mile law. Bud Dunlap, fined $50 and costs and given a verdict of six months in jail for violating four-mile law. Dropped from docket: Leonard Cochran, Aarou Williams, Harry Harwell, Hoyt Smith, Bill Jack son, will fcxum, Ernest womacK, ite King, Hammond Gray. John Holland, nolle on defendant paying $20 on costs. Hays Mitchell, set for May 18. Merrett Green, continued by consent. John Johnson, not guilty. B. Puran, fined $20 and costs. Alfonso Owens, not guilty. Clarence Dutton, nolle by State on payment of costs,, Sam Heyman, not guilty. J. W. Pryor, mistrial. Otis Watson, coutinued. Roy Turner, two cases, continued. Anderson Crane, fined $20 and costs. Berry King, continued. Joe Thompson, fined $50 and com mitted to workhouse in default. , A, M. McCollum, fined $50 and costs and in default committed to workhouse. Thos. Reed, petit larceny, iufamacy. Roaeoe Mitchell, fined $50 and given sentence of six months in jail for vio lating four-mile law. . I Pete Barnes, fined $50 and given sen tence of six months in jail for violating COUGH TYi'O YEARS OLD Yields to VinoL Read Why. Strong rigorous men and women hardly ever catch cold; it's only when the system is run down and vitality low that colds and coughs get a foot bold. Now isn't it reasonable that the right way to cure a cough is to build up your run down condition again? Mrs. D. A. McGee of Waycross, Ga, says: "I had a chronic cold and cough which kept me awake nights for two years and I felt tired all the tune. Vinol cured my cough and I feel stronger in every way." The reason Vinol la so efficacious in such cases is because it contains In a delicious concentrated form all the medicinal curative elements of cod liver oil, with tonic, blood build lag iron added. Chronic coughs and colds yield to Vinol because it builds up the weak ened, run-down system. You can get your money back any time if Vinol does not do all we say P. S. For Itching, burning skin try our Saxo Salve, JYe guarantee it. Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store, Union City, Tenn. four-mile law. Charley Thorpe (col.), not guilty. Charley Robertson, fined $50 and costs. Ed Spence, nolle. Josh Ackers, nolle. L. L. Farley, nolle. L. M. Maxwell, nolle. Roscoe Mitchell, nolle. , Jim Beasley, nolle. John Cochran, Jr., murder, pending Jury: J. M. Bright, R. T. Roberts, W. C. Watts, A. J. Scoggin, Dr. F. M. Mc- Ree, Bert Clement, H. 0. Head, Jr Sim Weaver, R. F. Mabry, Herman Scates, E. H. Verhine, John Palmer. OFFERS SPECIALS FOR- Friday, Saturday and Monday O N L V Regular $1.00 Shirts for Regular $1.50 Shirts for .89c $1.24 Take advantage This Sale of ' RIVES. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Moffat motored over from Obion Sunday and were guests of Mr. aud Mrs. 0. H. Clemmons. Miss Ireno Caudle, of Number Seveu, spent the first of the week with Misses Hattie Mai and Minnie Starnes. Miss Former, of Ripley, en route to the Trenton meet of the Daughters of the Confederacy, was a Tuesday guest of Mrs. T, A. Cummiugs. Mr. Ernest Carter, of Trenton, was a recent guest of-bis sister, Mrs. Dell Moss. For several days Mrs. Kuox Harper has been with her sister, Mrs. Mont gomery, at Kenton, ill of pneumonia. We are happy to say that the menin gitis scare has given way to the opinion that the I. C. right-of-way laborers died of unbalanced rations, or rather of a diet molasses and navy beans not suited to the season of the year. These laborers came from Louisiana, but the combination of rebel molasses and Yan kee beans proved fatal. Wednesday evening pupils in Miss Fry's room and that of Mrs. Shore will be seen in a well prepared repertoire. If you like songs, playlets, imitators and fun makers, get your ticket early and be oti time. "The Cooutown Thir teen Club" alone will repay you. Miss Mabel Sliankle, of Holdenville, Okla., is expected in. Miss Sbankle, a former resident, will be a very welcome visitor to numerous acquaintances. Miss Pauline Thorne was called to Number Seven Monday because of the sudden illness of her sister, Mrs. t)llie Penn. . Mesdanies K. H.White, Jerry Spikes, Will Smith, Ed Hauser, R. L. Phebus and Johnny Head were recent shoppers in Union City. Tuesday evening Mrs. Hays' expres sion class and Miss jjoiis music ciass appear iu recital in the school audi torium. You are aware that reserved seats are limited and sometimes go at a premium. Don't procrastinate Owing to business, complications Mr Herbert Shore resigned the post office appointment and in favor of Mr. Hal Cotton. Mr. Cotton is a resident by adoption, having married one of our representative girls, Miss Beatrice Mc Caw, some four years past. Mr. and Mrs. Cotton have been in our midst several months. We are glad to have them as stationary citizens. Services at the A. R. P. Church and at PleasantHill give way Sabbath morn ing for the baccalaureate sermon to be delivered by Rev. C. M.lZwingle, of Union City. There will be preaching at the A. R. P. Church Sabbath evening by the resi dent pastor, W. O. Weir. , Miss Ola Petty has accepted a posi tion as assistant of the Pleasant Valley ; school. Mr. Horace Thorpe, during vacation, will be at home to his, friends at Bon ner & Son's drug store. We come to the latter part of com- ' mencement week. Thursday evening five young men appear in an oratorical I medal contest. They are James Carter, John F. Clemmons, Dorence Woody, Khem Palmer and Herman Saunders. Hon. Jas. M. Price, of Union City, will deliver the medal. Friday even ing the graduating class appears, com posed of two young men and three young ladies, as follows: John F. Clem mons. telan KHaore, jlarv Lewis, r lo Tune and Erma Pnutt. Elder Smith, of Martin, will deliver the diplomas. NUMBER SEVEN. Mr. Hickman Smith and .Miss fcleanor Bryau, of Union City, attended church at Crittendon Grove. Miss Eva SLiipp is visiting in Mem phis, guest of Miss Nell Abrams. - Miss Lillie Conn, of Union City, was the Sunday guest of relatives.' Miss Fuzzell. of Bardwcll, Ky., is a guest of Miss Evelyn Fuzzell. Mr. and Mrs. Massena Clark, of Oak ton, Ky., is visiting relatives here. Mr. Sinkler Alexander, Misses Iva and Opal Shipp Suridayed in McCon nell, guests of Miss Jones. Miss Pauline Thbrn, of Rives, visited relatives hero Sunday. Miss Irene Caudle entertained the young people with a singing Saturday night. Miss Amy Moss, of Rives, attended singing at Crittendon Grove Sunday af ternoon. . Mr. and Mrs. Jim Olive and ligh ter, Mrs. Dr. Maddox are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hallet Ou've at Suwanee, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Brantley, of Mayfield, Ky., motored over Sunday to see Mrs. Brantley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Alexander. ' Misses Grace and Nora-Watson, of Greenfield, are the guests of their uncle, Mr. John Walker. A burglar visited Mrs. Cora Bower's poultry yard one uight last week and thirty-six chickens were taken. Mr. and Mrs. Joe McGaugh Sundayed north of Union City. , A CONFESSION Hopes Her Statement, Made Puofic, will Help Other Women. Hines, Ala.'i must confess", says Mrs. Eula Mae Reid, of this place, "that Cardui, the woman's tonic, has done me a great deal ot good. Before I commenced using Cardui. would spit up everything I ate. I had OUR DRUG store yr v A prescription can be filled right and it can be filled wrong To be filled right your druggist must use pure, fresh, high quality ingredients; also he must use skill and care. Graduate pharmacists fill our prescriptions and we verify every pre scription before we send it out. You will be sure to get it right at our drug store. We give you what you ask for. GHAS. M. HENDERSON, The New Drug Stors Union City, Tenn. Phone 79 New Superstition. Now they have a superstition that if you meet a green-haired girl on the street you'll see a purple horse. So far we haven't encountered eyether. Charles Ward, upholsterer, located in the Morris Block, on Main street, first store west of Methodist church. Box couches made to order. k Phone 438. tired, sleepy feeling all the time, and was irregular. I could naraiy drag around and would have severe headaches con tinuously. Since taking Cardui. I have entirely quit spitting up what I eat. Everything seems to digest all right, and 1 have gained 10 pounds in weight." If you are a victim of any of the numer ous ills so common to your sex, it is wrong to suiter. For half a century. Cardui has been re lieving just such ills, as is proven by the inousanas ot tetters, similar to the above, which pour into our office, year by year, Cardui is successful because it is com posed of ingredients which act specifically on tne womanly constitution, and helps build the weakened organs back to health ana sirengin. Cardui has helped others, and will help you, too. uet a bottle today. You won't regret it Your druggist sells it. Write to . vlsory Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co., Ladles' A J- (.hattanoofa, lenn., for hprcwl In ttructwnt on your case and 64-paxe book, Home Treatment for Women, tent In plain wrapper. ISC. 12B Temporary Arrangement. Mother, RJr. Wombat has pro posed.'"' ' What is his income?" "About $2,000 per year, I believe." "You may be engaged to him unti after vacation. No telling what luck we'll have at the seashore. " If We Cant up Your fvnn o Erp n n nidi With Out Mew Remedy We will pay back to you the cost of the remedy. On these , terms will you try it for any skm disorder, itching:, chafing, .ec2ema,humors,eruptions,etc.? We take all the risk bea- all the expense if Saxo Salve fails. Come and Jtsk us about it. OLIVER'S RED CROSS DRUG STORE Union City, Tenn. LOST Ladies Umbrella. Finder please return to Davis Bros., and get reward. HARRIS FORK DRAINAGE DISTRICT NO, 3 FOR KENT Furnished bed room in a modern equipped cottage near court huse. Phone 284. 4-tf. Can supply a few settings of the gen uine Royal Blue Andelusian Eggs, $2.50 per setting. Phone 50. 5 3t WANTED While woman between twenty and thirty for housework and the care of children. Reasonable wages. Call Phone 211, Union City, Tenn. 4-tf T. R. CLARK TRANSFER CO. Phone G39 and 629. : CAN ALSO be gotten at N. C. and M. & O. depots Baggage a specialty. FOR SALE 320 acres rich Delta land, 75 acres open, 100 deadened and in cultivation this year. One large house and two smaller houses. Some timber on place. On public road, 3 miles from railroad station. Small pay ment down, balance I, 2 and 3 years with 6 per cent, interest. Address Box 216, Greenwood, Miss. C-3t SLIPS FOR SALE Florida Yarn, Nancy Hall, Yellow tueen, Yellow Yam, Southern (iueen, tomato plants, pepper and egg plants, moon and cypress vines. 6-4tpd J. B. Akix. Notice to Petitioner and Defendants. G. J. Pierce et al. vs. J. L. Pickle etal., Defendants. In the County Court of Obion County, Tennessee, before the Honorable George R. Kenney, County Judge for Obion County, Tennessee. All parties to this suit, bo tbey Peti tioners or Defendants, are herebv noti fied that the Commissioners heretofore appointed by the Court to classify the lands within the Drainage District, knewn as Harris Fork Drainage District Number 3, as in this cause established, and to apportion the assessments for the costs, expenses, etc., of the location, organization, establishment, formation and construction of such Drainage Dis trict, have duly filed their report with me as Clerk of the Court above men tioned; and all parties to this suit are likewise notified that the Court has ?et Friday the 29th day of May, 1914, for the hearing on said report of Commis- , sioners and the matter of apportion ment and assessment by the Court; said hearing to be before the Honorable George R. Kenney, County Judge foe Obion County, Tennessee, at the court house in Union City, Obion County, Tennessee. All objections to said re port must bo made in writing and filed with me (C. S. Talley), the County Court Clerk of Obion County, Tennessee, on or before noon of said day go, Rnd as above stated, set for said hearing. By order of the Court you are accortliiiRly aud so notified. This May the 14ih, 1914. C. S. TALLEY, County Court Clerk. F. J. Smith and T. O. Mofriu, Attor neys for Petitioners. 7-2t c1 c5 Twenty-five Ladies' Suits left, assortment, we offer at a good ne-Half Price One hundred pretty Ladies' and Dresses at Mi sses une mira un regular prices. See our wonderful values at CORUM & flay; 14, 1914.