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Buy 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
caretul attention. !
J M O. T. WALKER & CO.
Fire, Tornado, Life, Accident. Bondsv
Phones II8, 146, 386-J. Union City, Tcnn.
Local and Personal
Miss Stella Williams will arrive
borne Monday.
vsq. a. iv. wens, or Glass, was
here yesterday.
w. j Casey is not so well this
week, being confined to his room.
Call 150 and get your coal and wood.
Union Uity Ice & Coal Co.
Fresh Maryland Oysters, 30 cents
pt., 60 cents qt. Zirklands.
'Tis time to bay your heating stove
right now and WEHMAN'S is the
place to get it.
If you want to buy a bargain you
can -gtt it from Forester & Forester,
the real estate men.
Now is the best time to put in your
concrete work. -T. I. Bransford &
Sons. ' '' .''"'
Mrs. W. R. Witteran, of Nashvile.
is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. T, J.
Williams. -- . :, ;
Mrs. Oscar Clemmons, of V Rives,
was a business visitor in the city
Wednesday. "
Mrs, McMurry, of Glass, is in the
city visiting her daughter Mrs.
Verna Hefley.' , . .
Telephone Union City Ice & Coal Co.
when you want coal right now.
Perfection Oil Heaters at WEH
MAN'S only. They are mighty fine
for these cool nights and mornings.
Mrs. Aran's new fall millinery is
now arriving, and it consists of the
smartest conceits ever shown here.
Those famous' Maryland Oysters
can be had thru the grocers. Kirk
lands.
Local Union No. 1049, Ten strong,
solicits your painting and paper
hanging. Will not be underbid by
anybody, everything else being
equal. Phone 672-J, 164, 27.
Have you seen the BOSS HOT
s BLAST Heating Stove? Something
Only Fords admitted at Lasater's Lew in heatine stoves and found nnlv
j
P"iu. at WEHMAN'S.
For UD-to-dfttfi Indies' nnat cm'a I Ttr F! H .Tnnoa nt Mnrfnoch.i.n
and skirts at cut prices at Phil Hy- Tenn.an old-time schoolmate of Dr.
x-, lu. mviicc, AO UC1C tUiO. WCCtV HL-
tending the Missionary Convention
When in need of men's clothing
it will pay you to inspect our line as
we have bought a lot of mens suits
and trousers at about half price.
Phil Hyman's Cut Price Store.
Our fall business is opening up
man's Cut Price Store.
Those famous Maryland Oysters
can be had thru the grocers. Kirk
lands
Mrs. H. M. DeGraffenreid arrived
home Wednesday from a stay at
Asheville, N. C.
Col. T. J. Latimer, who has been
sick for several months, is no better, and we are selling farms and city
. . Diet BiBO. nrnnprv inrT, olnr.., Bo if
v, . oievaru, or., Aivin urevara n n -n x.
,, T 0 , . worn, iu cxi. xorcstcr oc xoresier.
and J. C. McRee left Wednesday to -
attend the Tri-State Fair. Mrs. W. J. Shelburne. of Shelby
R! H ..v,o u-JTlUe' Tenn- was here thls week at
for cooking At TTni Pin, Tna tending the Christian . Missionary
Coal Co. Convention and was a guest of Mrs
n iir 'V " x m , . Geo. W. Carter.
Coal VflRPft Pirp Rpfe KtiATrola onI
. .it.- -i lvlrB- --rinur scales, Mrs. isene
uaB, uiCSC uung, you W1U S00n Rerrvhill and Miss not Reck -nlr,!
v- j: i . , ,,
uo iiccuingj way not get mem now the triD to MemDhis Tuesdav to at
at WEHMAN'S? tend the fair, motoring in Mr. E. P.
Men's Patent and Gun Metal Oxford. Wadde11'8 new Hollier 8-
92.50 value for $1.98, at The Toggery, A Perfection Oil Heater is the verv
vo you own a lord? Remember thins- for these cool nifrhts and mr.
Charlie Lasater s Hospital. ings when you don't need a bis: fire.
I w
New fall goods are coming: in daily At WEHMAN'S only,
- i
at the Phil Hyman's Cut Price Store. Everything to make a Ford eo
A call for 150 brines the coal wairnn kept on hand at Charlie Lasater's
Union City Ice & Coal Co. Hosrrital
ueo. vv. carter is in Memphis this t ,ui, tu t
week attending the fair and looking saVe money 5 per cent discount given
aiLci ounic uusiiietis maiiers. . ,: on vour nurcnases
Mrs. Mary Lee Merryman has re- We have a rnm-nUt enrV nf nm
Sr11-Vur ln 6Wbern kf" crete Pillai bl0CH any size.-T. L
ter a Visit with hpr mntlior r ' .
Bransford & Sons
Butts solemnized the wedding. Both
the young people are well known
around the city, and many friends
who wish them well and a happy
married life.
The new fall hats at Mrs. Arnn's
are positively irresistible. Call and
see them.
WEHMAN'S line of heating stoves
is now complete. Come and get just
what you want while there is lots of
time to put it up just as you want
it.
V ' -r. 1 -T
Her "Second Love"
' 'Tis a box of Jofinsion's
Chocolates, and she cannot wait
till her "first love" comes to thank
him for this thoughtful gift.
T-R-I-A-D
Chocolates
one of Johnston' package de luxe,
comprises three tray in the yellow box
Original Dutch Bitter-Sweet
Swiss-Style Milk Chocolate Creams
White Cherries in Cream
Chocolate Dipped
queenly sweetmeats, scientifically
made from nature' richest bounty. Eat
Johnston's and learn why we pay an
extra fortune yearly for candy perfection.
Put up in 80c to $5.00 size boxes. If
your dealer tails to supply you, we .4 1
will forward, all charges pre- A
paid, upon receipt ot
stamps or money
order.
tMILWAUKCE?
1
"THE APPRECIATED
CHOCOLATES"
ter a visit with her mother.
Ihe State W. C. T. U. commences a
four days season at Martin to-day. A
large number of delegates will attend.
Heating stoves are now ready for
your inspection at WEHMAN'S. Get
your stove and be ready for the cold
weather. .
FREE TICKET and $50.00 IN
CASH given away by us October 25
to PANAMA EXPOSITION. J. A.
Coble, Son & Co.
We can make vou a new overcoat out
of your old one. Thone us.
Union City Laundry.
Just received car Lehigh Portland
Cement and car common cement for
cistern work. T. L. Bransford &
Sons.
We have just received a large ex
press shipment from the East of
ladies trimmed hats of the latest de
signs at very low prices at the Phil
Hyman's Cut Price Store.
See our oak mantels, $4.50 and
up. Union City Lumber Co.
Mrs. Mary Ligon and Mrs. W. P.
Skinner, of Hickman, were in the
city this week visiting relatives and
friends.
Attorney C. N. Lannom returned
yesterday from Obion where he had
been since Monday attending to some
law business. ,
Sexton A. Martin reports only
single burial in the cemeteries in the
corporation since July 17, a very fine
record for our good health.
You know the rush for that heat
ing stove on the first cold morning.
Why not get it now. WEHMAN'S
is a mighty good place.
Mrs. M. E. Sherrill, of Colfax,
La., and Mrs. C. H. Sherrill and chil
dren, of Paducah, were in the "city
the first of the week visiting with
friends. They motored over from
Paducah.
Rev. J. J. Castleberry, a former
pastor of the Union City church, and
much beloved by the people of Union
City, is here this week attending the
Christian Missionary Convention at
the First Christian .Church.
The Woman's Missionary Society
of the M. E. Church will hold meet
ings in the future at 3 o'clock in
stead of 3:30. The contest of the
circles will close this month, and the
captains are requested to have all
members attend.
Farmers of this section are enjoying
the prosperity with a large smile. Hogs,
cattle, poultry and live stock sell readily
at good prices. Corn is bringing $2.50
from the field and the cron la annA
r B"""
Wheat is worth around tl.10. and seed
cotton sold Wednesday at $4.60. which
means about 14 cents per pound, against
o cents at cms time last fall.
A Perfection Oil Heater is miehtv
fine for these cool nights and morn
ings. Ton get them at WEHMAN'S.
Use Dahnke-Walker Milling Co. Jer
sey Cream Flour, a home product and
guaranteed
Does your roof leak? We sell
roof cement and guarantee it to stop
the leak. Union City Lumber Co.
See the display now at Mrs.
Arnn's.
The Toggery has special prices on
Oxfords ladies, men and children.
W. H. Sheffer and J. E. Stuart,
occupying Memphis and Nashville
pulpits, respectively, three very riot
ed ministers of the Christian Church
and former pastors of the church
in Union City, are here this week
attending the Tennessee Christian Mia.
8ionaryj Convention, and incidentally
renewing old acquaintance and friend
ship. Union City has a big warm spot
in her heart for these good men.
Call 150. Union Citv Ice A. TW1 O,
when you want coal right nowj;
The Toeserv h
SEMONES & SON
Gasoline Engines and Wagons
AT BARGAINS
Two-horse Wagon, complete with bed made out C C flfl
of good seasoned material for . $DDJ.
$37.00
Have in stock one 3-4 H. P. Water Cooled Gaso
line Engine at bargain price of
See us for estimates on Plumbing, Water Systems, Lighting
Plants, Etc., for your home. We guarantee to give satisfaction.
SE MONIES & SON
UNION CITY, TENN.
ONLY BIG SHOW THIS SEASON
U M I O N C ITY
ONE BIG DAY
WEDNESDAY, OCT.
Bound trip ticket to PANAMA EX
POSITION and $50.00 in cash given
away by us October 25 J. A. Coble,
Son & Co.
Heating Stoves at WEHMAN'S for
$1.50 to $35.00. You are sure to
find just what you want.
We are the only dry cleaners in the
city. .Fhone e2.
Union City Laundry.
Essandee's Cafe
Union City, Tenn.
Cold weather is coming and you
are going to have to keep warm. Get
your heating stove at WEHMAN'S
while you can get what you want.
Our dress goods department is
complete. Beautiful goods at very
low prices at the Phil Hyman's Cut
Price Store.
Protect Yourself
By taking ,
Fire, Tornado, Accident and Sick Benefit Insurance ,
Your family
By taking a policy in the Mutual Benefit Life
None better
White & Quinn
Real Estate and Insurance
There is said to be more class and
style to Mrs. Arnn's new hats and
trimmings than ever brought togeth
er in one assortment heretofore. See
the display in her store.
We sell everything to build any
thing. Union City lumber Co.
J. T. Turner, who was brought
to the hospital here from Martin
where he was badly Injured, is im
proving rapidly. A heavy truck
loaded with telephone poles passed
over his stomach, and he was dan
gerously' sick for over a week.
Little Annie Louis Moss, who some
days ago underwent an operation at
a Nashville hospital for appendicitis,
is very much better and Mrs. Moss,
who is and has been with the child,
thinks they will be able, to return
home in a few days, probablv Satur
day.
new BOSS HOT BLAST
The very
Notice.
Twenty pounds suear fnr SRI nn TO i li
5 lbs. "VVorldbeater" ground coffee fori
X.UU, 11 lbs. drv sa t meat. Sll.nn. 11
lbs. compound lard $1.00. We r.ni. tha
price on everything.
CO-OPERATIVE STOTCR
27-2t Opposite the PoslnfTW.
Weekly Weather Forecast.
Issued by the U. S. Weather Bu
reau, Washington, D. C, for the
week beginning Wednesday, Sept.
29, 1915.
For the Ohio Valley and Tennes
see: Overcast weather the first half
of the week, with . rains Thursday
and Friday. The latter half of the
week will be generally fair.
GO TO THE RESCUE.
Don't Wait 'till It's Too Late Fol- i
low the Example of a Union
City Citizen.
Rescue the aching back.
If it keeps on aching, trouble may
come.
Often it indicates kidney weakness.
If you neglect the kidneys' warning,
Look out for urinary disorders.
This Union Citv citizen will show vnn
now to go to trie rescue.
Mrs. T. B. Reeves, 102 West Lee
street, Union City, says: "About two
years ago I began to notice svniDtoms
of kidney complaint. First my back
ached so badly that I couldn't stoop,
and the pain seemed to be more severe
in my leu siue. i oiten saw aarK ob- FOR SALE OR TRADE one 5-
jects before my eyes. I began using nnssfmsrpr nntnmnhiio in
Doan's Kidney Pills and was well n
irjaocu wnii mo i cam 13. my KJUUK
THE FIRST PERFORMANCE, WJX '
GREAT NEW FREE EXHIBITIONS pf-VM
I ON THE SHOW GROUNDS. JWf Cl if
CLASSIFIED COLUMN
FOR SALE Pure home-made sor
ghum molasses. Call or phone 57-J.
26-tf H. O. Head.
11,700. This is a bargain. For
terms see Geo. L. White, or phone
368-J. 25-4t
See the
HEATER at WEHMAN'S
best Hot Blast Heating Stove,
Big Muddv washed nut coal is best
lor cooKiner. call 150. Union C tv
,ice & coal Uo,
Fresh Maryland Oysters, 30 cents
pt., 60 cents qt. Kirklands.
Notice our shoe window display,
quality, the best styles up to the
minute, and prices to suit your pock
et book at the Phil Hyman's Cut
Price Store.
Mr. Elbert Austin, of Shadv
Grove, and Miss Grace Payne, of
Gibbs, were married Sunday, the
19th inst., at the parsonage. Rev.
stopped aching and the kidney disord
ers disappeared. "
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't sim
ply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. Reeves had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv.
MOUNT ARARAT
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Farley Sunday a girl.
Mrs. Billie Owen and grandson,
Clyde Shultz, of near Kedron, visitedJ
Mr. and Mrs. Fate Owen Saturday
night and Sunday.
Mr. Tom Snow, of Hayti, Mo., vis
ited his sister, Mrs. Ott Grimes,
Thursday.
WANTED To take a few cunils in
piano instruction; special attention to
beginners. Phone 59.
FOR SALE Seed barlev. oats and
hay. Phone 750-2.
22-tf s. A. Wade,
R. F. D. No. 1, Union City, Tenn.
FOR SALE Farm of 111 acres locat
ed 3i miles northeast of Jordan Vv
on Liberty road, mail route and tele
phone line, all in cultivation; good land
and lays well; fair improvements; plenty
stock water. Good terms.
26-4t W. B. Brice,
R-F.D. No. 1, Box 106, Fulton, Ky.
BOARDERS WANTED Four gen
tlemen boarders wanted. Apply to 212
East Exchange street
2b-2tpd M. D. Youree.
PIANO TUNING and renairin- hfiat
references; work guaranteed; special at
tention to work in country. C. Longdon,
phone 284. Res. 322 Third st. 23-4t
PHYSICIANS ANO SURGEONS
HOSPITAL
Receives medical and surgical patients.
Modern conveniences and operating
room. Graduate nurses; reasonable
rates; open to all; can arrange to meet
trains.
MRS. R. M. WILLIAMS, SUPT.
UNION CITY. TENN.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cummine-a viair. OR RENT Cottage residence.
ed relatives at Crvstal Satnrdav lurm8n?a- or r"her particulars
night. . apply to Mrs. John R. George.
Sundav Mr. anrt Mr. r,i Couple preferred. 26-tf
or near iroy, visited Mrs. Ellefl Cal- FOR SALE 322 acres best Missis
houn and atended preaching at siml Delta land aan in m
Mount Ararat. I vqm ot L
cash, halanen tn n,,t,n.0r AJ.
teaching school ; at "Almo " near drss nvn.r in ttt,? r.
Kenton, returned home Friday sick. Tenn. 2?-4t
Miss Lesta Parrish closed her
school at Well's scholhouse on ac- . FOR SALE.
count of cotton picking. She re- House and lot located on the cor-
turned to her home in Martin. ner of Third and pim
w.u oil CCIO 1U
Union Citv. Lot 132x100 foot ir.,.
Baptist Association near Martin rooms In the honsA pin
this week. DALIAH. 1
t wi uui uuuaes. JrrJ.ce
For prompt and
careful service call
W.t Walters TransferCo.
Prepared
Telephones: 564, 42 and 16
THE MILLING HOSPITAL
THIRD YEAR
A Modern Surgical Institution.
Graduate Nurses in Attendance.
DR. W. A. NAUJUNG. ........ .Surgeon
MRS. L. E. RGDECKER. R. N. ..... .Supt.
Union Gty.Tenn. , Phone 41.

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