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1 , VMUl INSURE WITH JNO. T. WALKER & CO. Insurance that Insures ACCIDENT - ess STOI.lAGil TROUBLES Ir. RtjkaJ Writes Isleresii&g Letter oa Has Subject. Madisoa Heights, Va. Mr. Chas. A. Ragland, of- this place, writes: "I have been taking Thedford's Black-Draught for indigestion, and other stomach froub !, p,'o colds, zni fir.d it ic !m ths very best medicine I have ever used. After taking Black-Draught for a few days, I always fee! like a new man." Nervousness, nausea, heartburn, pain In pit of stomach, and a feeling of full ness after eating, are sure symptoms of stomach trouble, and should be given the proper treatment, as your strength and health depend very largely upon your food and its digestion. To gt quick and permanent reiiel froni these ailments, you should take a medicine.of known curative merit. Its 75 y.ars of splendid success, in the treatment of just such troubles, proves the real merit of Thedford's Black Draught. Safe, pleasant, gentle in action, and without bad after-effects, it is sure ' to benefit both young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25c. . n. C 127. T,x , .( ,., a 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 loor . weit of Metcalfe's Laundry Tephone 438. rviru IS THE TIME to buy your winter Bau. Air Is the best that comes to Union City At No. 150 and our wagon will be "on the way." Union City Ice '& Goal Go, every visitor to my store says this is the place to buy your Holiday Goods and please the children. Caldwell's Book Store. 7 J LIFE Union City, Tenn. Local and Personal Col. T. 0. Morris, of Obion, was here Itbis week. E. J. Green, of Obion, was a business visitor Tuesday. ' A. E. Markbam, of Tiptooville, was a Monday visitor. New aDJ beautiful china. Dietzel. Rev. A. I. Owen, of McKenzie, was a visitor hers tbis week. W.'W. Heathcock, of Jackson, was a local visitor tbis week. Mrs. Ed Lovelace leaves Saturday to visit relatives at Gleason. Millinery prices laid low at Mrs. Arnn's. Miss Jim Hurt, of Martin, was a vis itor in the city Saturday. Hon. Fred J. Caldwell, of Tiptonville, was a visitor here Monday, Judge Moore, of Hickman, was a vis itor in the city Wednesday. Parisian ivory toilet sets. Dietzel. A call for 150 brings the coal wagon. Union City Ice & Coal Co. VV. P. Davis, of Nashville, was a bus iness visitor here this week. Miss Kathleen Rogers is visiting Mis9 Pauline Martinetfat Fulton. Mr. and Mrs. I..G. Pickard.of Dyers burg, were in the city Sunday. You've tried the rest, now try the best Jersey Cream Flour. New manicure sets. Dietzel. Mrs. Glynn B'. Thomas, of Kenton, was a Friday visitor in the city. Horace McMichael, of Chattanooga, is with his mother fortho holidays. Dr. I. Glosson, of McKenzie, will be in the city this week for a few days. , Community silver. Dietzel. Bigger reductions than ever in mil linery at Mrs. Arnn's. Mrs. H. R. Walker has returned from a visit to her mother at Huntingdon. Mr. Tito Lannom is here from the Lebanon Law School for the holidays. Bob :Rapalgee, after several years' absence, is back home for the holidays. Wedding rings. Dietzel. You can get shingles for $2.00 per thousand at Union City Lumber Co. Mrs. Fletcher Akin, of Nashville, is home with her mother for the holidays. Mrs. John Russell will leave in a few days for a visit to her sod in Helena, Ark.', . ' " Mr. and Mrs. Albert Caldwell, of Clayton, were in the city Tuesday shop ping. ! Engraved visiting cards. Dietzel. Pall 150 and get your coal and wood. Union City Ice fe Coal Co. Miss Nirfa Loyd Wheeler has been quite sick this week, but is reported better. " John J. Cartau, of Fort Worth, Tex as, is in the city mingling with old-time friends. ' Miss Lara Harrison, of West Point, Miss., is a visitor here with relatives and friends. --' Rockford and Howard watches.- Dietzel. 1 , Big Muddy washed nut coal is best for cooking. At Union City Ice & Coal Co. Mrs. Jas. A. Evans, of Bay" of St. Louis, Miss., was a visitor in the city Sunday. Miss Jennie Gale, of Columbus, Ky., is a visitor with Miss Kate Robinson for the holidays. Misses Annie and Lula White, who are teaching at Harris, are at home fot the holidays. Mrs. Arnn offers real bargain priefea in millinery. The former reduction prions pre cut to a much loer mark,. Japanese sandwich baskets. Dietzel,. Mrs. John S. Johnson, of Memphis, is with Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Rogers for the holidays. Miss Annie Phebus has returned from the State Normal School in Memphis for the holidays. ;! :. . Misses Lucile Posey and Ethel Pierce, who are teaching at Pierce, are at home for the holidays, Roofing at $4.00 per square, ' guaran tied fifteen years without painting. Union City Linger Co. Mrs, Cyrus Brevard is very sick. Shj is at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C, 8. Talley. Miss Lottie Bennett, of Troy, was a visitor this week in the homo of Mr. ami Mrs. I. S. Kirby. Miss Allie May Reeves and mother will enjoy a visit to, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Whiteside at Dyersburg. Miss Louise Thompson, of Jackson, is spending the holidays with ber father, W. A. Thompson, id the city. . Mr. John E. Cobb, connected with the Taylor Drug Co., Louisville, Ky., will be borne Saturday for the holidays. Profit no object. Prices cut to the bottom at Mrs. Arnn's in millinery l and notions. Mr. and Mrs. 8. H, Toombs, of the vicinity of Clayton, were in the city Wednesday as visitors and shoppers. Mrs. Bob Milner and daughter, Jeanette, are with Mrs. Tom Edwards at Hohenwald, Tenn., as holiday "visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Drake McRee, Maiden, Mo., are here for the holidays visiting the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cato Davis. J. M. Roberts, of the Mount Zion vi cinity, was a visitor in the city Tuesday night with his sister, Mrs. Lou Rowland. Telephone Union City Ice & Coal Co. when you want coal right now.t Mr. Russell Scheurer, traveling sales man for the International Shoe Co., is in the city with homefolks for the holi days. Mrs. Russell McVey.of Paducah, is a visitor in the home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. W. M. Nailling, Exchange street, . Miss Clara Wehman and Mrs. May McGaugh are with F. C. Wehman hard ware store as special saleswomen for the holidays. ' MrsJones G. Griffith, of Mayfield, will be here during the holidays for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Andrews. TOR RENT Nice 5-room cottagj 33-tf B. M. Smoot. FOR RENT A five-room cottage 011 South Second street. Phone 144. 89Hf Dk, E. M. Long. Contractor Fred C. Morgan is in the city looking after the work of the Obion River Drainage Association in Number One District. Mrs. Harry- Edwards, as chaperon, accompanied Messrs. Pierce Pardue and W. T. Harris,, to the dance at Fulton Friday night. . Miss Josephine Henderson, of Prairie, Miss., will be here 'for the holidays for a viait in the home of her brother, C. M. Henderson. The many friends of Mrs. C. D. Gibbs and daughter, Mrs. Loulie Edwards, will be pleased to learn . they will spend Christmas here. Mr. and Mrs. W A. Thompson, Mr. Murray Dozier, and Miss Virginia Hol loman, of Mason Hall, were in the city shopping Tuesday. 'Mrs. A. C. Misner and little son, A. C, Jr., have returned .home to Georgia after a pleasant visit with Mrs. Misner's mother, Mrs. Brown. Miss Mary Louise Thompson has re turned to her home in Dickson after a month's stay with ber cousin, Annie Margaret McClanahan. . Gen. and Mrs. W, H. Swiggart, Jr., arrived here from Nashville Wednesday night to enjoy a holiday visit in the city with relatives and friends. buy Christmas presents early. Diet el. - The Legislature Convenes in January The Itehville Banner Prints the best and most com plete reports of the Legis lative Proceedings. Special $1.00 Offer ! Remit One Dollar for the Daily Banner four months by mail, one extra month free if you will cut out this advertisement and return with your remit tance.'., This offer does not apply in towns where paper 13 deliver ed at 1 0c week. 1 eh TRU 1. II r 1500 pairs Ladies' and Misses Hose, per pair . . . 7Jc, 9c, 11c, 15c, 21c 800 yards Ginghams, dress styles, per yd. . 8c 2000 vards Percals, in dress styles, at 1500 yards Percals, in dress styles, at 50 dozen Towels, in this sale . . . 5000 yards plain and fancy Outing . 3000 yards Brown Domestic at 20 dozen Children's Union Suits . 30 dozen Children's Union Suits . 25 dozen Ladies' Union Suits , . . 30 dozen Ladies Vests and Pants 800 yards Bleached and Brown nd 10-4, in this sale 3000 yards Shirting, at . . . 3000 yards Wool Dress Goods at Bargain Prices . . 2000 yards Silk and Crepe, in plain and fancy dress styles, at . . . . . . . 25c to 85c 300 Fur Muffs . 98c, $1.49, $2.69, $3.39, $4.98 100 Fur Sets . . $4.98, $9.98, $10-39, $11.69, $12.39, $18.49 100 Ladies' Short Jackets . . . 25c 50c, 75c 25 Childrens Suits, ages 8, 10, 12 and l4, at $1.50 50 Ladies' and Misses' Coats . 98c, $1.00, $1.50 200 Ladies' Wool Skirts . 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 Choice of any Suit in stock for . . . . $1.50 ALL MILLINERY SOLD REGARDLESS OF COST. Those anxious to save money in fall purchases, NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY. All goods sold for cash. Nothing on approval. REMEMBER THIS SALE IS NOW GOING ON AT There will be special Christmfts serv ices at the Cumberland Presbyterian Church Sunday at 11 a; m. The choir will provide special music. The ser mon will be on "The Miracle or the Ages. " The public cordially invited. Dresden visitors this week were Mrs. Coo. Jeter, Mrs. Finis Uarrett, Mrs. Vera Brasfield, Miss Sara Jeter, who were entertainsd at dinner Tuesday evening by Mrs. F. E. Arnn and en joyed a visit afterwards to the movies. Duudruff must be removed and the hair roots nourished to stop falling hair and itching scalp. Use Parisian Sage hinh mvp.r'a lied Cross Driiir Store guarantees. It supplies every hair need is inexpensive. advt Dr. Jack Arnold, who has been with the Red Cross Drug Store during the past year, leaves next "week for Dyers burjt. Dr. t'ecil Fullerton, the presctip- Ti" JJ T, G 1, Have Been Made on All Merchandise in Stock for pisimas Shopping STEE'S S o) vmw tionist at Henderson's drug store, will take the place at the Red Cross and Dr. Gordon Van Hook, of Milan, will be with Dr. Henderson. Editor Seid Waddell, of the Oakdale, Teon., Herald, is in the city for a holi day visit it the borne of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Seid Waddell. Mr. and Mr Alva Davidson and ba by, of Lubbockson, Texas, are among the holiday visitors here in the home of Mr. and Mrs, W. J. Davidson. Mr. Duward Wheeler, in the Ken tucky Military Institute, will tJe at home for the holidays with bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wbeelcr, in the city. The Rev.' V7 C. Wafers will prsach for the Methodist congregation next Sunday at 11 a. ra. The business ses sion for Quarterly meeting will be held Monday at 7 p. m. . f3 3 ALE 2 ' " "is3 i 5c . . . 8c 9c, 18c, 20c 82C 6c 23c ; . 45c . . 85c 21c, 22c, 35c, 42c Sheeting, p-4 . . . 8c 25c to 85c J. L. Slagle, of Blytheville, Ark., is here this week for a few days nrith Mrs. Slagle, who is spending the holidays1 with her mother, Mrs. Lou Rowland. Miss Virginia Swiggart returned from Randolph-Macon College Wednesday night to spend th holiday in th ; oiy with her parents, Judgo and Mrs. W. II. Swiggat, Main street. Hn'nter Whitescll, from the Kentucky Military School, is here for the holidays vwing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Wbitesell, and family. Mr. Wbitenell returns borne with some attractive tro phics of his football successes. Big Muddy washed nut coal Is ber.t for eookiag. Call 150. Union City Ico & Coal Co. . .. ; ' Use Dabske-Walker Milling Co. Jer rey Crtam Flour, a borne product and guaranteed .