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FIRE LIFE INSURE WITH ' JNO. T. WALKER & CO. Insurance that Insures ACCIDENT Union City, Tenn. t il'7Vf 1 I 1 li; 1 t 1 ''''' CHARLES WARD UPHOLSTERER High-Class work in Furniture Repairing and Refinishing. First-Class Work Guaranteed. Prompt Service. Leather Work a Specialty Box Couches Made to Order. Concrete Block, Church Street, first door wet of Metcalfe' Laundry Telephone 438. , Farm for Sale.' 314 acres four miles from county seat, gravel roads three-fourths of way, two good sets of buildings, barns and out houses, near church and school, well improved. Will sell part or whole, $25 per acre. Easy terms. E. H. Fox. Booneville, Miss. 33-3t Miss Swiggart at Home. Miss Mary Swiggart entertained Wed nesday afternoon at home on ' Main Street in honor of Mrs. C. H. McNeil, of Chicago, and Mrs. W. H. Swugart, Jr. There were twelve tables at 500, and an ice course was served. Fulton Bachelor Girls Give Dance. A party of Union City men will at tend the- dance given by the Fulton young ladies Friday night. The dance, given at the Elks Club in that town, will attract much social attention, as it is given by prominent young ladies of Fulton who ave often been invited to the Union City Elk dances. Ths following will attend: Messrs. Cecil Moss, Milton Talley, J. C. Harris, Fulton Moffett, JP.. Morris, IrVine Griflin, JSasly I'enick, Misses Kathleen Rogers, Ruth and Claire Parks. a Visit of Singer. The friends of Miss Bobbie Wilson who met her during her recent visit to Mrs. J. D. Littleton, will be glad to know that she will be Mrs. Littleton's guest again the latter part of this week and the first of next week, and that she will be the soloist at the Cumberland Presbyterian Church on Sunday at the morning service. Miss Wilson possesses a beautiful soprano voice that is a de light .to her many friends at Trenton where she has a large voice class. She is a graduate of a leading Washington conservatory. For Safety's Sake say DahnkeV "Mothers' Bread" FIRST A Wealth of Health in Every Slice See. that the wrapper bears the label noon OOOO TO CAT Phone You Grocer or 109 Fresh Bread and Cakes Daily. Agents Club House, Lyndon, Charm Canned Goods Heekin's Coffees, Teas and Spices SPOTLESS FLOUR W. Adams : . We Deliver the Goods" Telephone 421 306 East Main Street Mrs. BerryhiH, Editor, Telephone 10. Kindly report a early as con venient. Union.City Dancers at Hickman. A few couples from Union City mo tored over to Hickjnan to the enjoyable dance there Monday night. The party was chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Lam bert. For Mrs. Chas. McNeil. The pleasant couutry home, "Twin Oaks," of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Moore was thrown open Monday afternoon when Mrs. Moore complimented Mrs. Charles McNeil, of Chicago, with a large card party. About fifty " guests enjoyed the hospitality of the popular hostess. Five hundred was played at ten tables. Miss Bess Beck winning the high score prize, a dainty silk sewing apron. Mrs. Clifford Jones cut the con solation favor and Mrs. McNeil was pre sented with a sewing apron as a party favor. xAn ice and salad course was served. Mrs. Moore was assisted in re ceiving and scoring by Mrs. Clifford Jones. A Surprise Party. Slesdames Herman Dietzel and Al bert Rainey were hostesses of a birth day party for their mother, Mrs. A; Harris, in her pretty country home. Much to her surprise,' Monday about eleven o'clock several of her relatives and friends began to assemble in her home, bringing large baskets of lunch and pretty, useful gifts for the honoree. A sumptuous feast was spread and everyone spent a most enjoyable day. Those enjoying the 'hospitality of this occasion were: Mr. and Mrs. A. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Wade, Mesdames Wiley, Nolan, Chiles, Rainey, Dietzel, Ragsdale, Misses' Wiley, Tetty and Marshall. . Miss Helen Verhine Entertains. Miss Helen Verhine entertained a few friends at cards Monday night, compli mentary to Miss Lua Littleton's guest, Miss Dave Hillis. of Greenfield. The affair was very informal, only a few friends being present. They were Miss Marie Lockhart and J. C. Harris, Miss Hillis and Pierce Pardue, Miss Dot Beck and Milton Talley, Miss Verhine and Cecil Moss.' Miss Lila Littleton and Pierce Caruthers and Miss Reba Wrath er and James Brice. . ' a Hallmark Store. In the United States there are 20,000 retail jewelers. Of these at least 2,500, whether in largo or small cities or towns, conduct their business on the same plan. They are generally referred to as the "best jewelers." Their success is the result of honest representation and fair dealing. In January, 1814, forty-two of these jewelers met in Chicago to con sider a plan for co-operative movement that would unite the power and prestige of these 2,500 stores. They formed the United Jewelers, Inc. incorporated un der the laws of the State of New York with an authorized capitafof $l,500,00(h' The list $f jewelers who were invited to buy stock and become partners in this company was carefully prepared and approved by a board of directors who are ' themselves retail jewelers. Each individual was approved not only for the financial responsibility but for his integrity and standing as a citizen. The purpose of ,tho company is to produce a general line of merchandise for every department of the retail jew elry store under a special trademark, In other words, the retailer becomes his own manufacturer. Selling cost and manufacturing cost are reduced to a minimum and he has a direct super vision of quality and workmanship. The natural result is highest quality merchandise at no more cost than lower grades distributed in the ordinary way. The United Jewelers, Inc., have adopt ed as their trademark the word "Hall mark," and the stores of the stock holders are known as Hallmark stores. There is but one Hallmark store in any city or town and Hallmark merchan dise is for sale only in the stores of the stockholders. The company's main office is in New York City where com petent hands study the market for new ideas and improved manufacturing facil ities." v ' : It will not be long before there will be a Hallmark store in every city and tow n in the United States. Already the leading jewelers in several hundred cities have joined this great co-operative move ment. Tne volume of , business done by the jewelers already enrolled amounts to many millions of dollars. The total sales of the 2,500 stores amount to over $50,000,000 annually. This will give you some idea of the producing power of this comDanv. Look for the trademark lialimaric,-i It stands for honor and economical serv ice, It means the lowest coat of pro duction possible. It means a lower price or a better quality. Bransford & ANDREWS, The Hallmark Store of Union City. Tn damn, ehillv weather there is al ways a large demand for BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT because many peo ple who know by experience its great relieving power in rheumatic acnes anu pains, prepare to apply it at the first twinge. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottlo. Sold by Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store. a(jvt LOST In August, lady's gold watch. Double case, Elgin movement. N. E. B. engraved both watch and fob. Finder will be liberally rewarded. Address Miss MlKNIE BoWBSf, R. F. D. No. 8, Hickman, Ky. FOR RENT Nice 5-room cottage. 83-tf B. M. Smoot. uuu J Jr , AT COUM Is j A Big Line to Select From LOST A fine black horse mule about five years old on Grassy Island in Sep tember. Mule has underbit and over bit in right ear. Liberal reward of fered.' S. K. Barnes, 33-tf Phone 43-4, Hornbeak, Tenn. FOR SALE At a bargain, two first- class second-hand surreys. Phone 206, Will trade. ueo. moody. WANTED Tenant for nice, well- equipped house. Owner will take meals enough to pay rent if desired, or you can let rooms to balance rent. Close to town. Am sure we can trade if you will phone 163 at once for particulars. " FOR RENT T)ne brick house on Main street near tbe Methodist Church. Seven rooms and two large halls. Mod ern equipment. Large lot. Apply to A. L. Garth. 352-3t Notice. All wishinor tattines and all kinds of crochet work will please call on Mrs. Lou Burner, 416 Exchange street. sne has an assortment of excelsior work handkerchief tatting of silk twist, dust caps, corset covers are the rage now. Eyes txamined free at your home. Write or phone W. T. Wilkerson, Union City, Tenn. 40-tl FOR SALE Good Jersey cow with second calf. Calf three weeks old. Thone 325. 32-if -., W. H. Garrigan Fari. WANTED Dealer or agent to handle the 1915 Maxwell Automobile in and around Union City. The new car, $605 and $750, is one of the best cars and one of the best propositions for 1915. Address at once Webb & Allen, mox 343, Fulton, Ky. 31-3t. FOR RENT Five-room house on South First street. Lights and water. Convenient to business. Call Dr. R. C. Reynolds." 33tf OFFICE TELEPHONE Day and Night Transfer " Hasseirs ; Z'- ' - " Senath. Mo. Mr. T. M. Karnes, Yorkyille, Tenn. ; Dear Sir,: Replying to your iavor of the 4th inst., beg to say that J. R. niov Medicine Co.. ia thoroughly re liable and theis Dr. Black's Eye Water the most neariy a speciac ior sore ijn of any remedy I ever handled. I sold nearly two gross last season ana oia noi have to refund a single bottle. , ' Caneer Drug Store. . Sent by mail on receipt of price, 25c. Address: J. R. Black Medicine Com pany, Manufacturers,, Kennett, Mo. Building lMo)?o) of All i u i u Kinn.q HhJiI iv BHHftl ttMttttii BlMMillstfbii3 HUH ViA Windows, Doors, Columns Shingles, Posts, Rails and Pickols Some Second-hand and Rough Lumber VERY CHEAP Askins & Dircks Lumber Co. PHONE 53 UNION CITY, TENN. Chean Cos Is not necessarily the lowest in price Ml & . 3 i sss-n lTnuoTAN,pinTW since the value is largely determined by the quality you receiveand if it is FREE FROM DIRT of all kinds. We guarantee our coal to be of the best quality, and at the end of winter will prove the cheap est, because it will go the farthest. jviELVIN COAL. CO. Telephone No. H. li!