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The Toggery's Comfort Crusade
Palm Beach Suits tailored to order - $8.50 - No fabric equals the ; Palm Beach for com fort or service during the summer months, and it's popular ev erywhere on the beach, in the city or out in the open coun try. We guarantee a fit that will be perfect In our selection ' of fabrics is a new Palm Beach cloth which resembles the blue serge a semi-basket weave that will make up handsomely. Give us your order now Complete line of Sum mer Furnishings Shoes for the whole family Highest Quality Eatables KINGAN'S Hams, Bacon, Lard, Canned and Luncheon Goods. VOTAN Coffee. WHITE FAWN Flour. HEINZfCanned and Bottle Goods. We know and absolutely guarantee these Best and to Please. Hefley Grocery Co. Phone 197 Union City, Tenn. Sunday School Picnic. Superintendent, officers, teachers and pupils of the Cumberland Presbyterian Sunday school in Union City have ar ranged for an excursion and picnic to take place on Tuesday, June 8, in a beautiful woods lot near Martin. Train will leave here in the morning, and re turn in the evening. Bound trip fare will be 25 cents; children under twelve years, 15 cents. A cordial invitation is extended to all other denominations to join the excursionists and the public generally to attend. Baskets will be taken and dinner served on the ground, with swings, hammocks, and games and music to entertain. Go and have a good time. ' Bids for Church Seminary. Memphis, Tenn., May 22. The city offering the best inducements will be selected as the home of the theological seminary planned by the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, according to a statement by the Rev. J. L. Hudgins, of Nashville, secretary of the seminary board. The president of the board is Eev. P. F. Johnson, of McKenzie, Tenn. In addition to Memphis, Evansville, Nashville and Knoxville are after the seminary. The most active fight is be ing made by Evansville. The seminary question will be brought before the General Assembly, which is in session here, Monday. The institu tion will cost $100,000. Seal Estate Transfers. I. J. Bramham to Geo. Threlkeld, 6 lots in No. 2, $250. . Coaling Station. In the establishment of a modern mechanical coaling station at Hollow Rock Junction, serving the engines on the Nashville division and portions of the P. & M. divisions, the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Kailway man agement has made anothor step in efficiency and modern methods in rail roading, aside from a saving of from seven to eight cents per ton in the hand:in,j of coal. Under the old system coal was handled at this point under contract at a cost of ten cents per ton. The new station also eliminates the coaling stations at Jack sonville and McKenzie, and permits a saving in time for coaling engines of from eight to ten miuutes, coaling now being done in less than two minutes. The big steel bins of the station are served by an automatic elevator which makes a trip from the hoppers every two minutes carrying a ton and a half of coal at each trip. The station was erected at a cost of approximately $12, 000 and is among the first of the kind in the South. HAVE YOU WEAK LUNGS? Do colds settle on your chest or in your bronchial tubes ? Do coughs hang on, or are you subject to throat troubles? Such troubles should have immediate treatment with the strengthening powers of Scott's Emulsion to guard against consumption which so easily follows. Scott's Emulsion contains pure cod liver oil which peculiarly strengthens the res piratory tract and improves the quality of the blood; the glycerine in it soothes and heals the tender membranes of the throat. Scott's is prescribed by the best special ists. You can get it at any drug store. Scott & Bowne, Bloomfield, N. J. Messrs. W. W. Mayes and D. M. Pearce, of Union City, have recently purchased International Harvester 8-16 Mogul tractors. This useful little machine has become widely known as the "small-farm tractor for all farm work." It is a tractor of the 4-wheel, general purpose type, which can be used for all plowing, seeding, harvesting, hauling, and for the run ning of all such machines as ensilage cutters, huskers and shredders, feed grind ers, and other power machines in general use on Tennessee farms. The owners expect to use them for all these purposes and to do with them in the course of a year a great deal of the work for which at present they are using horses. Buy ah Accident Policy For your trip to the Reunion or the Panama Exposition or elsewhere. We issue them from one to ninety days at a very 1 low cost ' ' Insurance on property in town and in the country given careful attention. JNO. T. WALKER & CO. Fire, Tornado, Life, Accident. Bonds. Phones 118, 146, 3 86-J. Union City, Tenn. Social and Personal Miss Griffin Hostess. On, last Friday night Miss Ruth Griffin was the hostess of a party given at her beautiful home on Vine street. In spite of the rain many were there to enjoy her hospitality sss ; . Wedding Announcement. j The many friends of the minister ir. Union City will be pleased to learn ol the marriage of Eev. John M. Harrison and Miss Myrtle Kanester, to take place at the residence of the bride at Salado Ark., June 10. Eev. Harrison is locat ed at Alicia. !!! Entertained Graduates. Mrs. Waldon Woosley charmingly entertained the Union City High School graduates Friday night. Music and readings were enjoyed during the even ing and refreshments were served at a late hour. Those enjoying Mrs. Woos- ley's hospitality were Prof, and Mrs. Nute, Misses Katharine Dahnke, Willa Whitson, Jeanie Garth", Mary Dahnke, Kate Kirkman. Vivienne White, Nell Nailling, Estelle White, Lila Caldwell, Mary Park; Messrs. George Meadow, W. B. Forester, Richard Andrews, Witt Cloys. Teachers' Entertained. The Teacher's Trainiag Class of the First Baptist Church was very pleasantly entertained with a buffet supper Friday evening, May 21, 1915, at the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Carlton. This be ing the last meeting of the class of Sun day school teachers before graduation, Rev. H. H. Drake and Dr. J. D. Carl ton paid beautiful tributes to each mem ber of the class for their faithfulness during the y jar. . Toasts were given jto Dr. and Mrs. Carlton by MisS Ethel Henderson and Mrs. Clarence Cloyes. . '.' sss Sweet Tea. Mrs. R. E. Bransford entertained at 6 o'clock luncheon Wednesday afternoon at home on Ury street in honor of her sister, the bride, Mrs. A. C. Monrotus. The decorations were in pink and white with a cen terpiece of sweet peas and hand painted place cards in sweet peas, illuminated with pink candles. . The ices were served with monograms of pink and white. Miss Lottie Morris will entertain for the bride this afternoon with fifteen tables of 500. SSS Miss Ethel Pierece entertained Thursday afternoon in honor -of her cousin, Mrs. Howard Gaulden, of Trimble. , Five Hundred and rook were played at eight tables. A saN ad and ice course was served. SSS .' ;V:.- Marriage Announcement. Invitations to the marriage of Miss Mabel Littleton and Mr. James Aubrey Whipple have been . issued this week to a limited number of friends and relatives. The wedding to be solemnized at the home of the bride's parents on Wednesday even ing, June 9, at 8 o'clock. The couple will leave immediately after the ceremony for a short trip. SSS Monrotus-Morris. Mr. A. C. Monrotus and Miss Kath arine Morris were united in marriage at the Methodist parsonage, this city, Tues day evening at 6:30 o'clock, Eev. W. W. Armstrong officiating, and left shortly afterwards for Hickman, there to join the excursionists on the steamer for Cairo. , Mr. Monrotus has been . connected with Dahnke's Cafe for a number of years ast a member of the company of stockholders and as salesman. He is well known and esteemed among the young men of the city. Mrs. Monrotus was a favorite among the young ladies of her circle and a popular vocalist. She sang for some years at the Gem, and otherwise assisted Mr. and Mrs. Morris in the operation of this well known moving picture theatre, for which she is pleasantly remembered. The attendants at the marriage were John Nixon, J. P. Morris, Miss Stella Monrotus and Miss Lottie Morris. The warmest congratulations are extended. Miss Ethel , Pierce entertained some of her friends Thursday even ing at her home on East Exchange street. Five Hundred was played at seven tables. Dainty refreshments were served. " .. 'SSS V; Baptist Ladies Aid. The Ladies Aid met Monday, May May 24, with Mrs. Homer Hale.. A large number were present and this was a most delightful occasion. SSS Have you seen the pianos? One at THE TOGGERY and one at WEH- MAN'S. Both will be given away. ' 885 Ice Cream Supper. The ladies of the Methodist Church will have an ice cream supper at the park on Thursday evening, June 8, for the benefit of the church. ' 1 85$ : W. M. S. ; The Woman's Missionary Society of the Methodist Church will meet with Mrs. W. M. Warterfield on Monday, May 81, at 8 p. m., for an informal picnic. Ihe Young Woman s Mission ary Society also invited to take part. Everybody cordially invited. - SSS Mrs. CittrelL Honoree. Last Saturday Mrs. Walker Martin entertained quite a host of her friends in honor of her sister, Mrs. Cittrell, of Mount Pleasant. Rook and 500 were played at fifteen tables. The rooms were artistically decorated, pink being the moif. The favors were tiny pink baskets of candy and pink roses. Two courses of salads and ices were served, No prizes were given. SSS ' Mrs. Penick Entertains. The Wednesday 13-500 club was most delightfully entertained by Mrs. Nettie Penick on last Thursday afternoon. The tables were very attractively decorated, pink being the motif. ' To Miss Dot Beck fell first prize, a beautiful pair of slipper holders. . Pink powder puffs as individual consolation prizess fell to Misses Annie Laurie Griffin, Jessie Gibbs and Kathleen Rogers. Candy was on the tables and sandwiches were eaten during the game. At the end a delightful ice course was served. , SSS Rook Party. Miss Lorene Carter entertained a num ber of her friends last Saturday morn ing. Rook was played at five tables Salad and ice courses were served, fol lowed by :after-dinner mints, and the guests departed acclaiming Miss Carter a most delightful hostess. : Recital. Miss Nona JoneS' nlusic class will ap pear to-night (Friday) in recital at the First Christian Church and the public is cordially invited to be present. ", SSS , Golden Anniversary. ' Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards, this city, announce the fiftieth anniversary of their wedding next Monday. They were married at Kosciusko,; Miss., the last day of May, 1865. We are asked to say that they will not attempt to cele brate the event, but the friends will be glad of the ooortunity of tendering the kindest wishes on this occasion for the realization of a happy day and many returns before the sunset of life. The good people are held in loving es teem in Union City and this will be a special day in their lives. You've tried the rest, now try the best Jersey Cream Flour. Weekly Weather Forecast. Issued by the U. S. Weather Bureau,. Washington, D. C, for the week begin ning Wednesday, May 26, 1915: For the Ohio Valley and Tennessee Gen erally fair weather is indicated, except possibly local thundershowers Wednes day. Temperatures will be seasonable. Dizziness, vertigo (blind staggers), sal low complexion, flatulence, are symp toms of a torpid liver. No one can feel well where the liver is inactive. HER BINE is a powerful liver stimulant. A dose or two will cause all bilious symp toms to disappear. Try it. Price 50c. Sold by Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store. Adv. NEWS NOTES. Italy has entered into a pledge not to make separate peace with any nation at war with the Allies. Little time elapsed between the declaration of war and ac tual fighting between Italy and Austria. Austrian aeroplanes and torpedo boats descended on the Italian coasts of the Adriatio and bombarded many towns, idcluding Venice, while in the Tyrol Italian and Austrian advance guards have clashed. Throughout Austria and Germany there is bitter denunciation of Italy, this country displacing Eng land as the most hated enemy,. Ru mania, Greece and Bulgaria nave made no move. Italy's declaration of war against Austria renewed activity among the diplomats at Washington. In the East Russia has begun a new offensive, the advance of the Aus-tro-Germans seemingly having been checked. Vienna, for the first time in several weeks, has failed in the latest official communication to make claims of successes in Galicia, where the Teu tonic allies have been driving the Rus sians before them. The Austro-Ger- mans in this region generally have been thrown on the defensive, according to the Russian War Office. The British commander-in-chief on the continent, Field Marshal Sir John French, reports the evacuation of some of the trenches by British troops be cause of the use of asphyxiating gas shells by the German artillery to the l v i . n I. t through the British line in several places. The British troops, however, have niBde pew progress in the" strategically im portant territory to the north of La ; The keynote of the speeches at the opening of the Pan-American Finan cial Conference in Washington was the need of more ships plying between the ports of North and South American countries. Representatives of eighteen Latin-American republics are in Wash ington in response to the President's' invitation. . - ' Discovery of the cattle foot and mouth- disease in a shipment of hogs to Phila delphia resulted in a conference between State Commissioner of Agriculture J. W. Newman and United States officials here to prevent another quarantine at the Bourbon stock yards, as it would block the sale of the lamb and wool crop of Kentucky, worth this year be tween $7,000,000 and $8,000,000. Duval West, who went to Mexico as the President's personal representative and interviewed the several factional leaders, made his report to president Wilson. - . ' .. , Call 150, Union City Ice & Coal Co.. when you want coal right now. fin CROSSETT SHOES AND OXFORDS $5.00 Shoes and Oxfords cut to .. $3.95 $4.50 Shoes and Oxfords cut to . . . $3.69 $4.00 bhoes and Oxfords cut to . . . $3.45 $3.50 Shoes and Oxfords cut to . . . $2.95 $3.00 Shoes and Oxfords cut to ... $2.45 Extra Big Bargains in Ladies' and Children's Shoes and Slippers One lot of Ladies' Oxfords, sizes 2 to 3, narrow lasts,' former prices $2.50 5(fl)f to $3.50, now on sale at . . Call and let us show you. 9 TTvOO iiray Phone 40 Union-City, Tenn. F". in THE FIRM OF HARDY & GLASS has been dissolved, Mr. Glass retiring. The business will be continued at the old stand, conducted by Cv P. Hardy, as manager. All accounts due the old firm must be paid to C. P. Hardy at once. Thanking our friends and the public for their patronage in the past and so liciting a continuance oP the same in the future, and if prices! and prompt and courteous treatment' will win, we will continue to get your tradewe are Yours to please, HARDY GROCERY CO.