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" I " ,..,, ...... m uy an Accident Policy For your summer vacation trip, to the Panama Exposition or elsewhere. We issue them from one to ninety days at a very- 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, 386-J. Union City, Tcnn. CLASSIFIED COLUMN FOE SALE Pure home ade sor f hum molasses. Call or phone 57-J. 26-tf " " ' H. O. Head. .FOR SALE OR TRADE one 5- passenger automobile in good condi tion. Call 6 9 9-J, Union City. ' . WANTED To take a few pupils in piano instruction; special attention to beginners. Phone 59. . ; .FOR SALE Seed barley, oat3 and bay. Phone 750-2. 22-tf '' S. A. Wadk, R. P. D. No. 1, Union City, Tenn. ' . LOST Pair of eyeglasses in case be tween my residence, Church stteet, and stoe. Reward will be given. 26-lt '' Joe Rodgers. FOR SALE One L. C. Smith Tvre writer No. 5, 1914 model, but little Sed. .. JNO. T. WAtKER, - 26-lt Trustee L. F. Alexander. Mrs. John Baird is sick. R. E. Craig is ill this week. Only Fords admitted at Lasater's Hospital. ' Mrs. A. N. Dickson has returned from a visit in Humboldt. Fresh Maryland Oysters, 30 cents pt., 60 cents qt. Kirklands. Dr. Hunt, of .Mayfleld, was fl. vis itor here at the fair last week. See the display now at Mrs. Aran's. " BOARDERS WANTED Four gen tlemen boarders wanted. Apply to 212 East Exchange street 26-2tpd M. D. Youeee. PJANO . TUNING and repairing; best 'references work guaranteed; special at tention to Work in country. C. Longdon, phone 284..-JRes. 822 Third St.. 23-4t . FOR RENT Cottage residence furnished.1"" For - further particulars apply - to" r;Mrs. John R. George Couple preferred. 26-tf FOR SALE 322 acres best Missis sippi Delta land, 230 acres in culti vation, at $45 an acre, one-fourth cash, balance to suit purchaser. Ad dress owner,' Box 114, Union City, Tenn. . - 23-4t LOST Somewhere on R.F.D. No. 4 about Sept. 15, mail scales, marked property of U, S. Postoffice Department. made by Triner Scale & Mfg. Co. Finder please notify Carrier Alfred M. Taylor, Union City,. Tenn. . 26-it . FOR, SALE Farm of 111 acres locat ed 3i miles northeast of Jordan, Ky., on Liberty road, mail route and tele phone line, all in cultivation; good land and lays well; fair improvements; plenty stock water. Good terms. 2G-4t W. B. Brice. R.F.D. No. 1, Box 106, Fulton, Ky. Attorney Harvey Teague, of Ridge ly, was a visitor here this week. We sell everything to build any thing. Union City lumber Co. Mrs. A. L. Brevard is attending the U. D. C. Convention at Fulton. Fresh Maryland Oysters, 30 cents pt., 60 cents qt. Kirklands. Mr. Burch Anderson, of Fulton, was a visitor in the city Wednseday. Call 150 and get your coal and wood. Union City Ice & Coal Co. , T." N. Cooper, of Paris, was a vis itor here last week attending the fair. We can make you a new overcoat out of your old one. Phone us. Union City Laundry. D. P. Cafdwell is in Nashville this week looking on at the State Pair. Miss Grace James, of Obion, was the guest of Miss Lucile Craig last week. , Ask us about the grand FREE TRIP we are giving away October 24. J. A. Coble. Son & Co. Messrs. Henry , ,; and : Harrell Mr. and Mrs. A. Wilson and Fowlkes, of Dyersburg, were the daughter, Miss Grace, of Obion, were guests of Mrs. Chas. Dietzel last in the city Tuesday, en route to week. '" Nashville, where Miss Wilson enters ' Martha Almeda, a pretty baby Vanderbilt University for, an A. B. daughter, was born last Monday course. The young lady is a gradu- morning to Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kel- &te ot tne Obion. Training School, ly, this city. - and stood at the head of the honor PK .Vr.-J , roll,' with a general record average WUVAO. VT diva W lit UP11UIOLC1 If . ... rf,,rn;aK A,miA,. 1- ,n ner Bluaies 01 over nmety-nve pei fnrr Rl1, f ,JJ f cent- which entitled her to a prem launrJrv Pl,nB lum of 200' offered by the patrons I of the school. The premium was Mrs. Ernest Sturgis, of the vicinity awarded with congratulations and of Troy, is a patient in the Physl- Miss Grace carried with her this cians and Surgeons Hospital on (certificate to Nashville. rVirA. ofKAnl . ...... I ' Ask us about the FREE TICKET ; ? - this week visiting Miss Rhine Joy- tlie ?5000 cas given away by us ner, Fifth street. - October 25. J. A. Coble, Son & Co. I have made arrangements with Mr. Bob Fox. of Obion. Ht w,i. the grocers for your Maryland Oys- nosday in this city. ters. Kirkland, " n, w a wo,-ii: i visitor at Hornbeak Tuesday. Springs, Humphreys County, Tenn., Miss Nola Her, of Crystal, returned are in Union City visiting . their home Wednesday after visiting Mrs, grandson, E. L. Rice. . Ellis Jackson. Rev. C M. ZwinEle and W. J. n..i ni itt..j L , Davidson, representing the C. P. j: Church, are attending Presbytery in Mr. W. T. Nichols, the fruit tree man, Gibson County this week. showed us some very fine, large, late Mrs. Aran's new fall millinery is free-stone peaches grown at the home now arriving, and it consists of the of w- A- Beeler this city. The peaches smartest conceits ever shown here, belonged to no variety known by Mr. Nichols and he has forwarded them to Catot. J. W. Walker, of Number Washington. D. C. for classification. . Savon lira a in tUa nUir TKrrtJ I returning from Mnrtin ,h . We "e the only dry cleaners in the been visiting his daughters. Dr. .T. M. AlpvnnHpr nroaiHatit . , r..v,t, Ttr:ii- v,. i . and R. H. Wade, secretarv of t.hn " 11,10 ,Ba- lUB 8Uoe rePalr man Fulton Fair Association, were in the wHh Morgan"Verhine Co' of tbls citv city last week attending the fair. was operated on at the Nailling HoS' Round trip ticket to PANAMA EX- ? . nday mrmDg y D":- NaiIliDg PnsTTtnw DrA tmnn .t - PUI vuvuiwu goure, wnicn Vit . nI oK r AT had been growin for the Past enty ""7' UB vv-luu" T1-: a' one years, recently rapid, and causing VU, , U tin nml ;flRU V.. ll.! J . R. L. Rochelle and niece, Miss inability to lie down. The operation Glenn Rochelle, of Troy, were in was successful, and Mr. Ogles is im the city Monday. Miss Rochelle was proving. cu iuulg iu xvuttuuiie, va., wiiere sne n - Ml J 11 i.vicii. uuicii win uu an your furniture reDair work. Wifh Cha miss uantie May uuten, accom- Ward, the uoholsterer. in tho f. Danied bv her father. 'Tl. A. T.nt.pn t Dll. 1 . r .1 - ' ucic uiuur. nrst aoor wpsr nt rhp went to iNasnvme this week to enter steam aundrv. Phone 43ft wara-tseimont. Mr. juuten attend ed the State Fair. : . WjGrSoxm our Ads. i city. Phone 82. - Union City Laundry. 'H AT'S our principle, and men and $oung men can bet e Haven't forgotten it wkile v?e were writing this ad. ONE OF MANY Messrs. . Lawrence . and Jas. . Her ring, of Bird's Point, Mo., were in the city and county this week vis iting relatives and friends. FOB SALE. House and lot located on the cor ner of Third and Palmer streets in . Union City. Lot 132x100 feet. Four rooms in the house. Fine garden spot and plenty of out houses. Price $1,700. This is" a bargain. For terms see Geo. L. White, or phone 368-J., 254t Special! Special! Special! I have moved away from Union City, ' and. will give someone a great bargain in a six-room house on Mor gan street, just one block south High School building, with all mod ern improvements, electric lights and bath. Will take in some trade on this property, automobile or good land notes. ; Look it over and make me a price as I am going to sell. This is a snap for someone that wants a home in a good neighbor hood. Address ', O.' P. BISHOP, Dyersburg, Tenn. 25-2t Miss Lula Shuff, of State Line, is a visitor in the home of Mrs. Sid Wiley. Mr. and Mrs. Walker Curry, of Troy, were in the city Wednesday shopping. - , """"6" w"" Were here at the fair last week Mrs. W. E. Jacques left Saturday ters. Air&Lana. for her hom in KisBimniAO. Tfln Miss Alva D .Tnllv nf MnrHn wQO c"umS U1B Sreauer pan UI the fair home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Roper. Mrs. J. W. Brantley and Mrs. W. FREE TICKET and $50.00 IN G. Harris, of Troy, were in the city CASH given away by us October 25 Tuesday shopping. to PANAMA EXPOSITION. J. A. We sell cypress shingles for $2 Coble, Son & Co per thousand. Union City lumber Co. Cumberland Church. Just received car Lehigh .Portland At the 11 o'clock service at the CP Cement and car common cement for Church next Sunday the subject will be cistern work. T. L. Eransford & "Creativeness of Spiritual Conflict." Sons. ' ' No service at the evening hour on ac- count; of the revival at the Baptist Church. ' . , Big Muddy -vwashed nut coal is best They for cooking. Call 150. Union City ice b coai uo. Misses Pauline Martinetti and Ruth Willingham, of Fulton, are in Mrs. J. A. Whipple has returned tne Clty visiting Miss Kathleen from Asheville. N. C. much im- sogers. Miss Martha Rogers, of proved in health. Mrs. J. H. McDearmon and daugh ter, Miss Luella, visited Mrs. W. J, Davidson last week. Those famous Maryland Oysters hi3 boynood home can oe naa tnru tne grocers. Jurk- lands. Jackson, is also a visitor with Miss Rogers. Mr. Cleveland Henshaw, of Bos ton, was a visitor this week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brevard, Mr. Henshaw HEAR DEATH BY SMOTHERING . Bat Husband, With Aid of Cardui, Effects Her Deliverance. Draper, N, C Mrs. Helen Dalton, 0! Ihis place, says: j"I suffered for years, . with pains in my left side, and would often almost smother to deauVv Medicines patched me up for awhile 1 but then 1 would get worse again. Final ly my husband decided he wanted me to . iry cardut, the wcnian's tonic, so he bought me a bottle and I began using it. ft did me more good than all the medi cines 1 naa taken. I have induced many of my friends to try Cardui, and they all say they have been benefited by its use. There never nas Deen, ana never will be, a medicine to compare with Cardui. 1 believe it is 1 good medicine for all womanly trou bles.'' . For over 50 years, Cardui has been re lieving woman's sufferings and building weak women up to health and strength. If you are a woman, give it a fair trial, (t should surely help you, as it has a million others. Get a bottle 0! Cardui to-day. Writt to: Chattanooga Medietas Co, Ladled Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga, Tenn., for Sttcial Instruction! on your case and 64-pa? book, "Home Treatment for Women." in plain wrapper. N.C. 1 it was reared by these good people and he is remembering them with a Miss Myrtle Jones, of Obion, ms the house guest of Miss Ruth Moore I have connected myself with while attending the fair. Chas. Ward, the upholsterer, and W. D. Coburn. of the M. & O. R. am prepared to do all kinds of R. Co., was a business visitor in cabinet work and furniture repair Union Citv this w(fik. work. EVERETT DUREN. West of bteam Laundry. Phone 438 - Seriously Injured. J. T. Turner, of the American Tele phone Co., Martin, was run over Tues day morning by a truck loaded with telephone poles, and his abdomen badly bruised. He was brought here to the Nailling Hospital on the noon train and his condition was regarded very serious. You've tried the rest, now try the best Jersey Cream Flour. -... Stock Farm Sold. Paul A. Crockett, of Obion, bought the fine stock farm from C. Y. Fentress, near Mount Moriah. This farm was sold through Forester & Forester, the real estate men. ' Big Muddy washed nut coal is best for cooking. At Union Citv Ice Coal Co. i At $15 to $22.50 are America's greatest clotking values today. That's Kov? we felt Cken we ordered these suits and over coats made for us- that's how HIGH ART MODELS you' 11 feel when you're worn these clothes for awhile. For correctness of style, for brilliance of fabric col- orings and weaves for dependability at all times H your clothes are HIGH ART STYLE H CLOTHES. H But you need not take our word for it. The clothes ES- are in our store and you hae judgment let us H show" them to you MORGAN-VERHINE GO. THE BIG STORE Union City, - Tennessee IPiiTIPIIItii Christian Endeavor Society. The Christian Endeavor Society will meet at the C. P. Church Sunday even ing at 6:30. Interesting discussion of topic, "Shields Against Temptations." Something new every Sunday. Good music, helpful discussion of young peo ple's problems. The Baptist Ladies Aid. The Ladies Aid met at the home of Rev. and Mrs. H. H. Drake Monday afternoon, Sept. 20. . The scripture lesson was read by Mrs. W. D. Harrison. Roll call by Mrs. Homer Hale. Then business was discussed by each member. . The Ladies Aid wishes to especially thank Mr. J. D. Little for furnishing heat for the stand at the fair ground, also Glass Grocery Co, for coffee and the Union City Bottling Works for their contribution and all others who helped in any way to make this undertaking a success. , Improvements. The carpenters are doing some work this week on the L. S. Parks residence on Main street, formerly the Hardy home. In the spring, we are told, ar rangements will be made to add another story and extensive additions to the home so that it will be one of the most comfortable and attractive homes in the city. Telephone Union City Ice & Coal Co. when you want coal right now. Call 150 for coal of any kind. llll llll 131 141 R 1 Olfl XI11TC IT IV new uresses f llll Those famous Maryland Oysters can be had thru the grocers. Bark- lands. Rev. C. M. Zwingle and W. B Cunningham and Elder W. J. David son went to Dyer Monday to attend Mr. Henry Roberts and daughter, the meeting of Obion Presbytery of Miss Annie Lee, of Troy, were vis- the C. P. Church. Rev. Zwingle re itors in the city Monday. turned Tuesday and has gone to Miss Cora . Palmer left this week Culleoka where he is conducting a for Ward-Belmont, Nashville, to re- revival meeting. sume her musical studies. Northern route eainsr. Southern I a o' Now is the best time to put in your route returning to and from PANA- concrete work. T. I. Bransford & MA EXPOSITION with $50.00 in Sons. ' cash given away bv us October 25. . i " " E. A. Schrader, traveling auditor A- oble, Son & Co-. of the M. & O. R. R. Co., was a busi ness visitor here Tuesday. Mr. Fletcher Tate leaves next week for Sparta. 111., to fill an en- Mr. Howard Davidson, who is gagement with the. countv fair. He traveling for the American Salesbook will be with R. A. Rdbinson. who Company, was at home Sunday. has arranged to have a snecial band We have a complete Stock of con- J0' professional musicians from St. pt nillor Mnr,lr otitt iT T ouis ror the week. There will be CVflfttnnn i 1 J! ITT - I denier xaie, ms Droiner, ana Eddie Robinson, the latter from Pa- Clarksville, is a visitor this week in au&. The other members are all the home of Miss Rhine Joyner. -, R. J. Sandling, of Dyer, was a vis itor in the city Tuesday, going to Nashville to visit his daughter. St. Louis musicians of the very best ability. . Everett Duren. the cabinet maker. will repair and remodel your furni- ! ry it w m Get your grates repaired now and ",e- rnces reasonable, wuh Chas avoid the rush. We build brick L rbQu1 n 1 7 i a.aul.Bm ai l uuiii wpst nr rrv mantels. T. L. Bransford & Sons. steam laundrv. Phnni 43ft WGoats New Waists Complete line Children's Dresses - v- si . "