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A Fire Policy that insures -against fire and lightning A com binepolicy that Insures against fire, lightning and wmdstorm. ' An accident policy that insures against all accidents barring none. A disability' policy that insures against all accidents and ail diseases barring none, and without restrictions, i Procure a Full Coverage policy and be protected. JNO. T. WALKER &. CO. Phones 118, 146, 386-J. , Union City, Tenn. LOCAL AND PERSONAL Col. G. B. Driskill Is visiting at . Trenton. Miss Annie Pitts was a visitor in Trimble this week. . Miss Bess Tinkle was a visitor in Rutherford Sunday. Specials for April Porch Swings $2.50. White's. Mrs. Jas. Cunningham is a visitor in riickman this week. Mrs. T. R. Reynolds has returned from a visit to Hickman. Mrs. H. R. Walker is very ill this week at home in the city. Millinery, always nice at Mrs. Aran's. ' Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Napier have returned from a visit to Nashville. Mrs. T. A. Threlkeld, of Wood land, was a shopper in the city yes terday. Mr. Dick Nolen, of Arkansas, is in the city visiting his mother on Ury street. Phone 539, the new firm "ESS ANDEE'S CAFE." The Quality Shop. ' Miss Dora Callicott is spending the week-end with relatives in Rutherford. Mr. John R. George was in Dead wood, S. Dak., Sunday and reports business good. ' Miss Birdie Calhoun, who has been very sick, Is reported to be much improved. Now is the time to screen your house We want to sell you the doors, wire, etc Union City Lumber Co. Mrs. Patrick, of Rutherford, was in the citv Tuesday, guest of her daughter, Mrs. Owen. , Mrs. W. C. Caldwell, 01 Trenton ta in the city Tuesday, guest of Mrs. W. H. Swiggart. x Mrs. L. H. Lockhart was called to State Line this week on account of the sickness of a relative. Copper and Black Screen Wire for all screening purposes at WEH MAN'S. ' Mr. and Mrs. John Pitts are in Nashville this week for a visit. Mr. Pitts is there on business.' Mrs. Robt. Dickson, and Mrs. J. w .Tones, of Rutherford, were in the city Monday shopping. Miss Martha Virginia Corum has returned from a visit to her aunt, Mrs. T. R. Boxley, Jackson. Telephone Union City Ice & Coal Co. when you want coal right now. Mrs. Bertha Hallum has returned to Jackson after, a visit to Mrs. H M. DeGraffenreid in the city. -Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jones and Mrs Logan Tomlinson, of Kenton, were in the city Tuesday shopping. Miss Lillie Nolen was called to Jackson this week on account of the Illness of her sister, Mrs. Jess Lynn, Mrs. Arnn is style leader in milli nery at flattering price inducements, Miss Humphreys, of the City Schools, was a delegate to the West Tennessee Teachers meeting at Mem' phis. Mrs. Richard Love has returned to her home in Jackson after a visit in the city with Mr. and Mrs. Luther Stroud. E. V. Caldwell, the popular cash ier at the Old National Bank, is back from a two weeks vacation spent at Dawson Springs. Watch for the date of our SPRING OPENING. "ESSANDEE'S CAFE," Phone 539. . The many friends in Union City are indeed glad to hear that Mrs. Alline Shive, Jones, Houston, Texas, is much improved this week. Mrs. P. M. McHugh and son, David Austin, left this week to visit Mrs. McHugh s sister, Mrs. P. A. Smith,' at Chattanooga. . ' Mr. v and Mrs. Wm. H. Swiggart, Jr., Announce the birth of thir daughter, Katherine Elizabeth Swig erart. on April 19, 1915. Stomach dosing will no more cure catarrh than beal a cut. You must get the medication right to the sore and diseased membrane. That's the Hyomei way you breathe it. -" No ca tarrh remedy is so simple yet effective. Oliver's Bed Cross Drug Store guaran tees it. Adv. - i Mrs. C. J. Custer is in the city with Mr. Custer at the the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Alexander, re turning from a visit to Brownsville. Mr. and Mrs. F. E," Arnn and Mrs. Nora Price and son, Walter, were in Martin and Dresden Sunday. At Dresden Mr. Arnn's cousin, who is very sick, was visited. Miss Rugene Rogers, of Ripley, was a visitor with Miss Kathleen Rogers in the city this week at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Rogers. Get prices of screen doors, win dows and screen wire at WEH MAN'S before buying. Miss Kate Robinson has returned from a visit to Columbus, Ky. She was accompanied home by Miss Jen nie Gale, whot was on her way to Shreveport, La., for a visit. We were pleased to meet Mrs. W. R. Long near her home north of the city one of the fine mornings this week after a winter's, seclusion with illness, looking extremely well. Mr. and Mrs. . W. W. Pierce, of Trimble, accompanied by W. W. Pierce, Jr., and Miss Mary Wallace, spent Saturday and Sunday visiting in the home of J. W. and Mrs. Bur ney on East Exchange street. If you want something really nice in millinery call at Mrs. Aran's and see her summer styles. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Jones, of Jack-J son, en route to Monteagle, were in the city this week visiting Mrs. S. E Faircloth and Mrs. Henry Hassler, Mrs. Leonidas Davis, of Newbern was also a visitor with Mrs. Henry Hassler. Mrs. Jemima Hogue and Mrs Smith Crockett, of Hunter, Ark Mrs. Fred Redditt, of Obion, and Mrs. Joe Whiteside, of Dyersburg, were here last week surprising Miss Allle May Reeves and her mother with a visit. The entertainers of parties' order refreshments from "ESSANDEE' CAFE," Phone 539. Mr. Tom Morris George was a vis itor at home with Mrs. George this week and with his mother, Mrs. D A. George. We understand the family will move to St. Louis. Mr Morris' .tn having been changed to another route. They will be missed in Union City and it is hoped that they will soon find it convenient to return. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Sherrill and little baby daughter, of Paducah Ky., were in the City this week vis iting the friends, who are very numerous here, Mrs. Sherrill and baby remaining after Mr. Sherrill's return to Paducah. These good peo pie were former residents and they are very cordially welcomed back among the old-time friends. I want a delivery horse if you have one at right price. Would like to deal with man who owes me if possible. 4-lt Sam'l D. Woosley. Mr. Ed Haynie spent' Sunday in Mar tin. ....... ; H. Ligon, St. Louis, was a visitor in the city this week. ... - . ' Mrs. E. L. Bice is spending a few days at Cayce this week." Specials for April 9x12 Matting Bugs, $2.50. White's. Mrs. Gibbs Warren is the guest of her grandfather this week. Mrs. Jas. Jones is very sick at ber home in Woodland Mills. Mr. Box Fox, of Obion, was a busi ness visitor here yesterday. . , All kinds of coal at Union City Ice & Coal Co. ' Albert Caldwell and wife, of Clayton, were in town Monday shopping. Mrs. Morris and daughter, of Fulton, are the guests of Mrs. Alex Forester. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Glover, of Crys tal, were in town Saturday shopping. Specials for April Porch Swings, $2.50. White's. Buy a bonnet from the Christian Church ladies at White's Furniture Store Saturday. Mrs. Sam Bowden was very ill a couple of days last week at her home on South, Ury street. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Caldwell spent the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Edd Green near Jordan. Let us figure with you on screen doors and screen wire. Union City Lumber Company. Friends of Mrs. Jake Posey learn with pleasure that she is rapidly recovering from a severe illness. Mr. John Isbell and family, of near Crystal, spent the day here Sunday at the home of J. E. Campbell. Mrs. Hunt, of Sharon, Tenn., was the Sunday guest of her sister, Mrs. Bettie Johnson, on Lilac street. . Shopping for millinery is not com plete until a visit is made to Mrs. Arnn's store. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kersey west of town gave the children an evening party last week, and a delicious luncheon was served to the tots in the dining room, which was nicely decorated, and after wards, Mr. Stroud, the children's friend, drove them out for a long car ride. In a card from Battle Creek, Mich., General D. J. Caldwell writes that he feels improved and that The Commer cial came ,to him like a long letter from home. The friends here are glad in deed to hear that General Caldwell is making some progress in his efforts for good health. The HESSICK is that good re frigerator that everybody likes and is the one with the water bottle. But you will find them only at WEH- MAN'S. ' Vaudeville. The Kiralfo Brothers, unique comedy Jugglers, draw large audi ences ' at the Reynolds this week. These are axe and club experts and professionals of the highest charac ter. The acts are novel and inter esting and .exceptionally entertain ing. These with the usual excellent program of pictures emphasizes the popularity of the big playhouse. Copper Screen Wirt and Black Screen Wire for all screening pur poses at WEHMAN'S. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moss and Mr. Jim Miller and Mrs. Tina Duncan motored over to Fulton Sunday afternoon. Mrs. G. E. Phebusand little daughter Margaret Wallace, were the Monday guests of Mrs. Fonzo White on East Flower street. W. D. Coburn, with the M. & 0. R B. Co., headquarters in St. Louis, was here this week looking after the inter' ests of the road. Keep your lawn smooth and vel vety this summer with one of those good lawn mowers you will find at WEHMAN'S. Miss Lucile Chambers left Wednesday morning for Memphis for several weeks visit with her uncle, Mr. Clint Adams who is reported to be doing well. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Ward and son Stanley, and Miss Louie Jones, motored from Obion Sunday and were the guests of Mrs. A. J. Haynie on Church street, Mr. and Mrs. Madison Kendall, of Martin, passed through here Friday en route to Antioch to attend the burial of Mrs. Kendall's father, Mr. A. J. Free man. To put the radiance of sunshine in the hair, and not only make it grow long but soft and beautiful use Parisian Sage, the inexpensive tonic sold by Oh ver's Bed Cross Drug Store. There is nothing better to remove dandruff and stop falling hair. Adv. Mr. Chas. B. Hackett, of Hickman, was in the city Saturday and Sunday, a visitor at the home of his daughter, Mrs. A. H. Young, corner Vine and Morgan streets. J. C. Preuett and Geo. Dahnke have been designated by Governor Tom C Bye as delegates from Union City to the Southern Commercial Congress to be held at Muskogee April 26 and SO. Do not fail to hear Miss Gooch in Polly of the Circus" at the court house Tuesday night, under the aus pices of the Young Woman's Mission ary Society of the Methodist Church Admission 10 and 15 cents. Hot weather is coming. So your cooking in comfort. Buy a QUICK MEAL Oil Stove at WEHMAN'S and you will have no dread of the hot weather. Good Little Devil. From the old -days of Palmer and Daly down the line with the Froh- mans, Jeffersons and others there have been no better theatrical pro ducers than David Belasco, and in the "Good Little Devil," starring Mary Pickford, his genius has been vitalized. This photo play is by the Famous Film Players Company and it is a remarkable achievement which the Gem had the pleasure of presenting to its patrons last Wed nesday night. ' . Call 150 for coal of any kind. Whether Expensive or Inexpensive Clothes Style and Model Attracts You We establish a "bond of trust" between this store and every man who wears FITFORM CLOTHES. Coming into this store is the road leading to better looking clothes and reater clothes satisfaction. No clothing store any where in the world will sell you better clothes, just the kind you want to wear, than we can under the Fitform label. Not only do we warrant the lines of the coat to be graceful and according to the best style, but the trousers also have the right lines and in their particular fit are not to be classed with just ordinary clothing. The vest always has little particulars in style that conform to the good looks of the coat and trousers. Every Fitform Suit measures up to the standard of the man who wears it and the good appearance of style is there until the suit is worn out Economy in this for you at $15, $16, $18, $20 Genuine Palm Beach Fitform Suits at Popular Prices. W. G. CLAGETT CO. 0 RECITAL BY THE MUSIC CLASS OF RIVES SCHOOL FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 30 8:30 P. M. Opening Song, "Salute to the Flag" Class Instrumental Duet Misses Botts and Clemmons Instrumental Solo.. Miss Ima Lee Holloway Male Quartette Messrs. Clemmons, Shore, Botts and Garrett Instrumental Duet Misses Bell and Clemmons Instrumental Trio Misses Warren and Clemmons Reading Mrs. Knox Harper "Blossom Time" Class Vocal Solo v Miss Ward Instrumemtal Duet ; Misses Tune Instrumental Solo Miss Lelia May Carter Instrumental Duet Misses Cummings and Garrett Action Song.... Miss Margaret Clemmons and Chorus Instrumental Duet Misses Newberry and Morris Instrumental Duet Misses Taylor and Cummings Vocal Duet : Misses Harper and Garrett Play, "School Entertainment" .: Class Sold Interest. Mr. Wright Pardue has sold to Messrs Joe Prieto and Ned Joyner his interest in the Toggery, and will take a much needed rest on account of failing health. The Toggery is one of the very popular Union City stores, and in the hands of the suc cessors it will continue to be' con ducted with the highest efficiency and good will of the public. Masonic Notice. Call meeting of Union City Lodge No. 638 Friday night, April 23. Work in E. A. degree. By order of W. M. JAKE H. PARK, Sec. Higher freight rates on coal by West ern railroads were opposed by shippers at the Interstate Commerce Commission hearing in Chicago. Ice Cream and Ices Silver Slice Cake Johnston's (Milwaukee) Box Candy The appreciated Chocolates PHONE Essandee's Cafe The Quatlitjr Shop Service at our fountain is pleasing to those who can dis criminate GOOD THINGS FROM THE ORDINARY. CLASSIFIED COLUMN FGR SALE Good gasoline range, cheap. Apply to 3-tf Martin Schmidt. FOR 8ALE One rubber tire buggy, practically new, cheap for cash. Phone 284. 4-2t WANTED To buy all kinds of junk, including rubber, brass, copper, zinc, rags, etc. Call Friedman, in the Con crete block. 3-lmo FOR SALE One 5-passenger Flan ders automobile. Quick sale at $125. 2-tf Union City Auto Co. FOR RENT OR SALE A five-room house on South Third, No. 520. 2-tf H. A. Atkins. FOR SALE A few genuine Royal Blue Andeluaian Cockerels and Ande lusian Eggs, 12.50 per setting. 47 Dr. W. M. Turner. FOR RENT A six-room house on East Palmer street, with garden, water and electric light, good neighborhood, close to City School. Apply this office. FOR RENT Adams cottage, corner Vine and Ury streets; water, lights and bath; rental $12.50. Kroger 5-room house on E. Main street, opposite Meth odist Church; rental $7.00. Apply to Garth & Son. l-4t Bold Hold-up at Rives. On Wednesday evening, the 21st inst., a white man, young in appear ance and wearing a blue coat and light pants, entered the store of Harper & Shore just after supper and drawing a revolver, pointed at both the "proprietors, who were in at the time, and held them until he looted the safe and captured $18 in money. He warned the proprietors not to watch his movements and. to keep their eyes away from him while he made his escape, which was ac complished before officers could be secured, and no trace was found. This is the boldest of all the late robberies and the scoundrel should be caught if possible. A Popular Actor. John Bunny, one of the best-known comic characters in the motion picture world, is said to be recovering from an illness which, until a few days ago, was thought to be fatal. The millions of motion picture devotees to whom the face and figure of Mr. Bunny are well known, will join in the hope that he may be spared many years of fun-making and that many a hearty laugh will spread its contagion through the mov ing picture theatres before his time ar rives. Mr. Bunny is 52 years old and has been on the stage thirty years. His greatest success has come in recent years as a moving picture actor. It is said that he is the highest-salaried actor in his line. Mr. Bunny's success was not due so much to his rotund form as to bis business acumen and foresight. "As a "legitimate" actor he was mak ing a fairly good salary in a minstrel. The constant falling off of the attend ance, due to the growth of the moving pictures which had just entered on their era of popularity, concerned him no less than the manager who was obliged to find the salaries. Mr. Bunny took several weeks off. He studied the motion pictures, their possibilities, their shortcomings and their advantages. He saw in them a great future, be saw in them inevitable damage to the "real" shows if not their eventual destruction. Like a far-seeing business man, a faculty not usually ac credited to an actor, he decided if there was to be success in that line he wanted to share in it. Strange to relate he found difficulty in securing an engagement and finally was obliged to pose for nothing, after having abandoned his former position. He started for nothing, but he was not obliged to work long without pay. Mr. Bunny's experience is a reminder that it doesn't matter where one begins, or what one receives in the beginning, pro vided one begins right. Nashville Ban ner. You can get shingles for $2.00 per thousand at Union City Lumber Co. F OR SALE. SCOTT. PLUTO, LANG B. Jr. Three fine Hereford Bulk registered in American Hereford Record PIERCE & WALL OBION. TENN.