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: FOB SALE A good family buggy torse, six years old, left here in my care by Eev., J. . Stuart. 60-2t ' ' " W. Q. Reynolds. FOR SALE A few genuine Royal Blue Andelusian Cockerels and Ande lusian Eggs, 12.50 per setting. 47 Dr. W. M. Turner. EGGS FROM FINE BIRDS -Black Langshaos as fine as grow, Barred Rocks and R. I. Reds, $1.50 for 15. 48 -4t W. R. Andrews, Union City, Tenn., Phone 545. GOLD BRICK BARRED ROCKS. Thoroughbred barred Plymouth Rock eggs from pen headed by Jumbo King, $1.00 per setting. Mrs. T. P. Palmer, 48-5t Phone 14, Rives, Tenn. FOR SALE S. C. Rhode Island eggs, 50 cents a setting and $3 per hundred for incubator lots. Phone 445. Mrs. Bruce Kirkman, 49-tf R. F. D. No. 6. Fine bred Barred Rock and Andleusan eggs for sale now. Pen No. 1, $1.50 per settiug; pen No. 2, $1 per setting. Phone 164. 47-4t H. A. Scates. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR UNION CITY PROPERTY Fifteen or more acres, on Martin road near Pleasant Valley, adjoining T. R. Mas Bey and Mr. Gatlin's farms. For par ticulars call phone 566. 47-4t Special Notice. To whom it may concern: This is to certify that we have ap pointed W. A. McNeill, of Rives, Tenn., as agent for the company for the general distribution of our products in Tennes see. Our customers will please take notice that orders for our serum may be filled thru him at above named point M Kansas City price. Missouri Valley Serum Co., 48-3t By Dr. G. J. Blanchard, Pres. Money to Loan. Applications received for loans from $100 to $10,000, on improved and un improved town property and farm lands. Interest 8 per cent, straight. Interest payable annually or semi-annually. Time: one to ten years. Applicants for loans will please give description, loca tion and valuation of property offered as security for loan. State improve ments and valuation of same. We want county representatives to re ceive applications for loans, appraise property, and serve as our exclusive representative. Attorney or real estate man preferred. Applicants for loans, and applicants for agencies positively required to furnish at least two charac ter references and forward postage, five 2c stamps, for application blanks, full particulars, and prompt reply. Write Southern Office, Southeastern Mortgage Loan Assn., Fourth National Bank Bldg., Atlant, Ga. 48-4t Diamond Robbery. Nashville, Feb. 29. A safe ripper blew the diamond safe of Weistein & Small jewelers, who carry the largest stock of diamonds in the city, and car ried away every diamond in the store -sometime last night. The loss, while not accurately determined, is estimated this morning at $25,000. There is no clew to the idenity of the burglars, and the job is said to be one of the neatest ever pulled off in Nashville. Just how the safe could have been ripped without attracting attention, situated as it is on the principal street of the city, is a mysterye. Good Fruit Brings Good Prices. Spray your fruit trees with the best Lime-Sulphur Solution and you will have the best fruit. Grasselli Chemical Co's. Lime-Sulphur Solu tion is the very best. You get high er prices for higher grade fruits. For sale only by FRANK C. WEH- MAN. The Rockefeller foundation has an nounced the establishment of a com prehensive plan for the aid of medical and hospital work in China. Don't Drench Horses. Use Farris' Colic Remedy. Simply drop it on the horse's tongue with the medicine dropper that is furnished with every 50-cent bottle. Cures fifty-nine cases out of sixty, and the women can give it when you are away. Money back if it fails. For sale by Frank C. Wehman. Adv. Marriage Licenses. W. W. Robinson and Sallie Quinton. E. T. Bard and H. A. Walker. Adolphus Jordan and Donie Cook. Charlie Pope and Flora Patterson. Gas in the stomach and bowels is a disagreeable symptom of a torpid liver. To get rid of it quickly take HERBINE. It is a marvelous liver stimulant and bowel purifier. Price 50c. Sold by Oli ver's Red Cross Drug Store. Adv. Use Dahnke-Walker Milling Co. Jer sey Cream Flour, a home product and guaranteed COLDS & LaGRIPPE 5 or 6 doses 660 will break any case of Chills & Fever, Coldi & LaGrippe; it acts on the liver better than Calomel and does not wfirioe or sicken. Price 25c. Social and personal; U. D. C Meeting At Mrs. Dahnke'a. ,..' , t The March meeting of the Leonidas Polk Chapter, U. D. C, which was held yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Fred Dahnke, was a most interesting one. There were a large number of the members present as well as several vis itors. Mrs. Brevard, president of the chapter, presided, and made' some in teresting suggestions for the work dur ing the spring. Mrs. Dahnke had arranged the fol lowing program which added much to the pleasure of the afternoon: Piano duet Misses Willie Bell Mayes and Jo Rippy. Vocal solo Miss Agnes Coble. Piano solo Mrs. E. M. Long. Recitation Miss Bess Beck. Piano duet Miss Catherine Dahnke and Mrs. Vivian Reynolds. Vocal solo Mrs. J. D. Carlton. The meeting was a social one as well as business and was much enjoyed. It was decided to begin a series of historical studies at the April meeting and to have an appropriate program at each meeting. The historian of the chapter, Mrs. George Gibbs, Jr., gave each member a list of the questions to be studied individually during the month and discussed at the next meeting. There will in all probability be a talk by some one familiar with historical facts at each meeting, beginning next month, when Mrs. Brevard will tell of the movements of the Ku Klux Klan. To Meet With Civic League. An important meeting of the Civic League of Union City is called for next Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the rooms over Dietzel's jewelry store and every person in Union City who is in terested in the improvement and better ment of the town is urged to be pres ent, especially the Business Men's Club. It is earnestly hoped that the members of this club will show their interest in the efforts of the league by being pres ent and aiding with suggestions and in fluence. A Petition. The following was presented to the Business Men's Club last Tuesday night by a committee of ladies and indorsed by the club: To the Citizens of Union City: The Woman's Christian Temperance Union MORE POULTRY WANTED ! For all next week, MARCH 15th to 20th, we want all the Poultry we can .get. Will have a car on track- and must be loaded. Will pay the following prices: Hens. 1 2c. Ducks 12c Roosters 6c. Turkeys 12c Geese, full feathered 8c Now we think this is the time to let go all the Poultry not needed for raising purposes. By so doing you will have better luck with the little chicks. Prices quoted above we. think are high, tnough should the market advance we will always give any'advance. But will guarantee the above prices When in town, call on us, right in front of Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. Davidson Produce Co. Day Phone 64 Phone 150 BON AIR Goal and Pure Distilled -Water ICE CooKIng Coal and Stova Wood UNION CITY ICE & COAL COMPANY of Union City most, earnestly request and pray that you co-operate with us in the upbuilding and betterment of our city in ridding it of the great curse of bootlegging; that you use your every effort to this end. The importing of intoxicants to our city, as shown by the weekly published reports, is enor mous, and this appears after the pas sage of the Ouster Bill as well as before the same. This condition we consider a disgrace to our city and a detriment to its business interests and to the moral and religious welfare of its citizenship. We "know these conditions can be remedied, and that the bootlegging of intoxicants can be terminated and pre vented by an honest co-operation of our citizens. We therefore implore you, men, for the sake of all we hold dear, to use your best efforts to get rid of this curse. Mrs. Seid Waddell, Pres. , Mrs. Brummel. Mrs. John George. Mrs. Hovis. . i Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Sam Woosley. R. F. Tisdale. ' J. J. Melvin. John Adams. Massengill. Gus White. , W. L. NaillingI Mrs. Mrs. Will White. Mrs. Adene Roberts. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Fitz Smith. McMichael. ' Edwards. George Nash. Dr. Bond. Mrs. Greer. Mrs. Nannie Parker. Mrs. Dr. Nailling. : Mrs. Peeler. Miss Value Feild. Mrs. James Arnn. Mrs. George Dahnke. Mrs. J. A. Coble. Tasso, Tenn. On Friday night, Feb. 26, the Tasso school entertained the public with one of the best programs that has ever been given at Tasso. The auditorium was full of eager listeners. Among those from a distance were Creed L. Bates, Samuel Bryan, Jas. Daniel, Guss Byrd, John Wrinkle, and Misses Lela Bryan and Ruth Byrd, of Chattanooga, and Mr. Alton Delozier, of Sevierville, Tenn. The teachers, Misses Byrd, Long and Wooten, and the music teacher, Miss Ottie May Williams, are commended in their noble efforts in the preparation of the program. As the school is out, all will leave for their homes except Miss Williams, who will continue ljer class until June, at which time she will return to her home in Union City. Night Phone 281 Phone 150 Review Club Club meets next week with Mrs. Bar ris Parka and following is the lesson: drama." ' Epic and lyric characters. Two elements in dramatic treatment of human action: Free Will; Casualty Fundamental sons of art: Truth Unity; Seriousness. Foetio truth: Universal and Personal; General and Selective. -Dramatic unity: Time; Place; Action Seriousness; Greatness of Subject; Greatness of Treatment. Nature source of tragic effect: Strug gle; Suffering; Causalty. ' , TECHNIQUE. Two types of drama. Division of action: Complications; Climax; Resolution. ( Complication: Introduction of actors; Opposing force of Acts I and II. Climax: Turning point Act III. Resolution : Falling action Act IV; Catastrophe Act V. PLOT ANALYSIS OF CYMBELINE. First action Main love action falls into: Complication Separation of Pos themus and Imogen; Climax Act III, Scene 4; Resolution Reconciliation of Imogen and Posthemus. Intrigue sub-actions to the Compli cation : 1. ' Queen vs. Posthemus to get Imo gen for Cloten. , 2. Queen vs. Pisenio to get rid of him. . - 3. Cloten vs. Posthemus to win Imo- Iachimo vs. Imogen to win wager. Iacbimo vs. Posthemus to deceive gen. 4. 5. him. I. Intrigue sub-actions to the Reso lution: 1. Queen vs. King for the throne for Cloten. 2. Cloten vs. Imogen for revenge. 3. Pisanio vs. Posthemus to save Imogen. II. Supernatural, oracular sub-action to the Resolution. Second action Pastoral action; Beli sarius and the King's sons assist in the reconciliation; Third action Enveloping action; Ro man war assists in resolution. Ring and bracelet episode; compli cated and resolved. . . v . Concert. . . , ...... 1 A concert will be given soon at the courthouse In Union City for the benefit of the Methodist Church, un der the auspices of the Woman's Mis- sionary Society, at which time Miss Rose Sullivan will make her appear ance here. Further announcements of the concert will be made. The society will meet with Mrs. W. L. Bryan on Main street Monday after noon next at 3 o'clock. ; " ss For cutting and fitting; all sizes in window shades see Home Furni ture Co., Phone 99. 5 Dinner at Herring Sale. We are requested by Mrs. A. Har ris to announce that the ladies of Pleasant Valley will serve dinner next Monday at the Herring sale at the homestead northwest of Union City. . '' "' ' Missionary Society. The Young Woman's Missionary Society of the Methodist Church will meet with Mrs. M. A. Blanton on Monday afternoon at 2:30, the sub ject being "Africa," with Miss Kate Robinson as leader. - Egg Hunt. The Young Woman's Missionary Society of the Methodist Church will have an egg , hunt Saturday before Easter at 2 p.m. at the public school grounds on College street. If it rains the hunt will be in the gymnasium. !Si Alton Packard. Mr. Packard is not only a great cartoonist, , he is a genuine enter tainer as well. F. and A. M. , The Royal Arch Masons of Union City Chapter, No. 132, will meet in regular session on Friday night, the 19th of this month, and confer the de grees of Past Master and Most Excel lent Master, beginning at 7 o'clock. Neighboring chapters are invited. T. E. Marshall, H. P. W. G. Clagett, Sec. Cake, Chicken and Candy Market. The Young Woman's Missionary Society of the Methodist Church will have a cake, chicken and candy market at White's furniture store Saturday, March 13. Orders can be given Mrs. M. A. Blanton or Mrs. Henry Hassler. . Call 150 for coal of any kind. CASH On and after January I, 1915, we will allow a 5 per cent discount on all CASH Purchases , made in our store. . . . . We believe that the Cash Buyer should have some concessions and for that reason we have adopted the Cash Discount System You do hot have to save coupons, but we give you the benefit of the discount as soon as the purchase is made. Very respectfully, TEe Togge: J. A. Prieto J. W. Pardue N. F. Joyner , Telephone No. 7 HARDY Groceries Fresh Meats Produce Feed Garden and Field Seeds .2 I We handle the best grades in every line. We buy in. large lots and from the best wholesale people, and are always in position to keep our prices right. Give us a trial order; we are sure we can please you. Upon a guarantee of absolute satisfaction ; '. we respectfully solicit your trade. "' HARDY & GLASS Telephone No. 14 SOLDIERS IN EUROPE BECOME SICK WITH KIDNEY DISEASES Doan's Kidney Pills Are Being Supplied Free to The Suffering Men. Any of Our Readers Can Try This Fa mous Remedy Without Expense. . Just Send For a Trial Box. Hardships and exposure in the cold, wet trenches is crippling thousands of warring European soldiers with kidney troubles and rheumatism. - The foreign offices of Doan's Kidney Pills are doing a good deed in giving this famous remedy free to every sold ier who wants a box. Foster-Milburn Co. of Buffalo, N. Y., makers of Doan's, state that they will be glad to send a trial of their medicine free to any reader of this paper who will write them for it. There are many recommenders of Doan's Kidney Pills in this vicinity. Here is a list of users who have pub licly endorsed Doan's. ' UNION CITY ENDORSEES OF DOAN'S. Phebus, G. W., Sr., 321 S. Fifth St. Duncan, Mrs. E. M., Todd St. Wheeler, J. I., R. F. D. No. 3. Woods, Mrs. VV., Cheatham St. Stanley, B. F., R. F. D. Box 32. ' Escue, Mrs. J. G., 420 N. Third St. Cole, S. M., 631 S. Fifth St. Rppvfis.' Mrs. T. B.. 102 W. Lee St. Webster, W. R Ave. Atkins, Mrs. E Brendle. J. H.. Cor. Jt ifth and Jiionaa T., First St. 319 Cemetery St. Bransford, Mrs. B C, 310 E. Cheat- ham St. Bradshaw, J. N., 413 Palmer St Insolvent Notice. Having, suggested the insolvency of the estate of R.D. McGaugh, deceased, to the County Court of Obion County, all persons having claims against said estate are hereby notified to file the same with the County Court Clerk of Obion County, duly authenticated in a manner prescribed by law on or before the tenth dayf of June, 1915, or the same will be forever barred both in law and equity. This March 1, 1915. J. A. McGACGH, 49-4t " Administrator. DISCOUNT & GLASS Three Delivery Wagons Forest Fires. Washington, , Feb. 22. Fire on the national forests of the West in 1914 caused a loss to the Government of not quite 840,000,000 board feet of mer chantable timber, valued at $307,303, and of reproduction, or young growth of trees, valued at $192,408, according to statistics just compiled by the forest service. There were 6,605 fires, of which only 1,545 burned over an area of ten acres or more. About 77 per cent, of all the fires did damage of less than $100 each. In addition to the losses suffered by the Government, tim ber on State and private lands within the forests, totaling 228,008,000 board feet and valued at $175,802, was lost. The total area burned over was 690,240 acres, of which 310,583 acres were State and private lands. - . Notwithstanding that it was an ex ceptionally bad year for fires, an ac count of high temperatures, heavy winds, and prolonged drouth, the aver age loss per fire was $103, as against $131 in 1911, when there were only about half as many fires. Eighty-five per cent, of the total loss was caused by fires in Idaho,- Montana, Oregon, and Washington, where more than half the timber in all the national forests stands. Less than one-tenth of one per cent, of this timber was affected. Of the 6,605 fires reported, 3,691, or 55.9' per cent, occurred in these States, and of the 99 fires causing losses of more than $1,000 each, 81 were in this region. Lightning was the chief cause, start ing 2,032 fires; campers came next with 1,126, followed closely by railroad loco-" motives with 1,110. Incendiaries light ed 470 and the rest were attributed to brush burning, saw1, mills, etc., or their origin was unknown. Higher Prices for Good Fruits. The Grasselli Chemical Co., the largest chemical manufacturers in the -United States, makes the best Lime-Sulphur Solution for spraying fruit trees., Frank C. Wehman is exclusive agent for this line of Lime Sulphur Solution and Arsenate of Lead. Spray your fruit trees with. the best and get best results.