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Visit Our TOY SHOP The Home o fljji XMAS GIFTS Thousands of boys like you are having barrels of fun with this toy. You can make battle ships, machine shoos, towers. hrirlWe t-mlW rare i YtimAmAn r( AVt ' - 9 fc ituiiui VU3 uit ferent models from the sets. We handle the Erector and rpr- ommend it. We , , . . - Jf w w hi. trvij yJLtt book.' Drop in and see them, and get free booklet. 0) The Toy Like Structural Steer Every set contains a biff assortment of parts such as girders wheels, gears, angle irons, bolts, nuts, shafting, etc.,' and illusl trated instruction bock. Ours is the Store For the Boys Boy Scout Air Guns and Rifles, Stephens and Winchester Rifles, Shot Guns, Hunting Coats, Bicycles, Tool Chests, Boy Scout Knives. IF WE HAVEN'T GOT WHAT YOU WANT WE'LL GET IT FRANK C. WEHMAN Ready for Business December 1st CHAS. CALHOUN Hitch, Feed and Boarding Stable North First Street, East Side Next Door to Milligan's Marble Yard New waiting room for ladies. Everything clean and comfortable. A Card to Owners of Rural Telephone Lines We are anxious to see that all lines owned by other parties and connected with us are kept in such condition as to iurnisn eiiicient service. Where the owners of rural lines are responsible for their upkeep, we want to co-operate with them. All lines require a thorough overeauling occa sionally if the best service is to be obtained. We recommend that every line connected with us be overhauled at least once a year, and that at least one experienced telephone man assist in this work. The cost of this work when divided amonsr all the natrons of the line, makes the amount paid by each man small, and this cost will be more than offset by the improved service. . If the owners of rural telephone lines in this sec tion are experiencing trouble with their service, we will appreciate their talking the matter over with our Manager or writing us fully. We will gladly do what we can toward helping you improve the con- dition of your line. 1 TIMELY TALKS. THE WORK THAT MUST BE DONE. It.' not the work you'd like to do The work that pleases most, . Or represents the best in you.V Of which you really boast: It's work that's done from loyalty, That means a triumph won: And one's best work must ever be The work that must be done. For time and tide wait for no man, And duty's clarion call Rings out; you do the best you can; You give your heart and all : Though oft the heart is full of tears. And hidden be the sun, i The world will Judge you, it appears, By work that must be done.. v What though the task heartbreaking be, Or scarce seem worth the while? The painted clown you sometimes see Might reason in this style. His sorrows what are they to you? His to provide the fun; And thus he does, as you must do. The work that must be done. CHEER UP! These are dark days for the world. The shadow of the war is heavier I than ever on all hearts, whatever their sympathies. There is little exultation now even in victories, for we know at what a price of blood and pain every victory is won. But there are many things besides war in the world. Except for our active imaginations, most of us would feel life running on pretty much as usual. STOMACH MISERY QUICKLY VANISHES Your money back if vou want it is the way in which Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store, the popular druggists, are selling Mi-o-na, the great dyspepsia remedy. , , This is an unusual plan, but Mi-o-na has so much merit and is so almost in variably successful in relieving all forms of indigestion that they run but little risk in selling under a euarantee of this Kina. Do not be miserable or mnlra vnnr irienas miserable with your dyspepsia. Mi-o-na will heln vnn. Tf it rinesn't tell Oliver's Red Cross Di-iio- firr.r that you want vour monev bark and thav - ... , . -.. . . ' win cneeriuiiy refund it. A change for the better will be seen from the first few doses of Mi -n-na and its continued use will soon start you oh tne roaa to perfect digestion and enjoy ment of food. Mi-O-na has been so linifnrmlv Biir cessful that every box is sold under a positive guarantee to refund the money H does not relieve. What fairer prop osition could be made? Oliver's Red Cross Dniir Slnrt. tneir personal guarantee of money back if you want it" with everv box of Mi-o-na that they sell. A guarantee like this speaks volumes for the merit oi tne remedy. Adv. EXPECT HEAVY TOURIST TRAVEL its "Dixie Limited" Will Beein Fourth Year January 10. Anticipating a heavy travel to the Smith thla wlntol ll 11 oatrnnl .Ann There is the same sunshine, interested with the N.; C. & St. L. iiic-fiiiiug an, ma name in th nvitxjov. iri ia i autumn, colors in the woods, the hOTO outhi, same Joy in bountiful harvests There, is the same quiet satisfaction that effective January 10, 1916, the Dixie Limited" service will begin. I I JU..UJ...t,GU DCi V LKjVJ Will UCglU. of soul that has always come with This servlcei wnlch wi augment the ..,. BCttouu, wusmei m country ..Dixle Flyer" will continue until nv nl T 1. UnA In n...a A I , I ".J. iu uui auiencBU ISO-1 a ,m o ),i. i..i n. Iation, we can live out our lives in ... nhii o ji spite of .wars and rumors of wars. between the Northern and the South - iueis in ueeu, io do sure, or taxing ern cities. preparing The DIxIe Limited will make the war mayifirat ti-in onmn, i T 10 and the first triD north-bound thought for the future, against the time when bring home to us the wretchedness 41... J. l i a I mat we Knew nan a century ago Talln.v Tt m nu, .Uu .u.t uiupc huuwh lo-uay. BUI at 11:o0 m ,vn Ns,Hhv,0 at that is a matter of calm decision, 12:10 a. m., Chattanooga 4:37 a. m. not for alarm and fear. We are to- Atlanta at 8:45 a and arrlv' xxxUDt iUuumlB much m tne Jacksonville at 7:30 p. m. Leaving ..u xueic 1B lu reamm way we Jacksonville the train starts north cannot continue so. It is a good Ward at 9:35 a. m., arrives Atlanta Iu Z lUD 10 w lean at 8:03 p, m Cnattanooga at 12:18 the philosophy that is preached so a. m-i Nashville at 4:50 a m and much to-day to individuals the rr100 ohJ . "l "f"" this connection there will be a sleep right and proper that we should tha uha t wD;n 1 feel the woes of Europe, and it is st. Louis at 2:15 p. m., and arrivinjg mill Hllfir f " ol1,irnA -11 I tuCm an we at st. Louis 2:45 p. m. This train out u wrong to let tnose wlll De all-steel as is the Dixie Flyer woes weigh on our spirits until weLnj ni if e k. I ' i wuaAai, ui UUOC1 TailUIl VCLI iao uu. uwu uuoyancy ana poise. comDartment car rtwl.rnnm sleepers, coaches, baggage cars and diners. Since the' European war there has been a decided impetus to "seeing America" and to those who want to A Surprise Birthday Dinner. -Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Stitt cave a surprise birthday dinner on Thurs day. Thankatrivine-. at th Arch street, in honor of Mrs. Stitt's &et out of the extreme cold of the sister ana Drother, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. iNoria lnt0 sunsnlne or the South, Jones, fiftieth hirthdnv Tho rHnir.r the Dixie Limited nfPers nnnnrtnnl.-. room was beautiful, the decorations ana a11 tne comforts of home. The being pot plants and cut flowers. The guests who enjoyed the bounti ful dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Geo. service is thru territory rich in his torical interest and scenic beauty The run is made in only one night' Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Craig, Union ride out of Chicago thereby making taiy, jwr. ana Mrs. Tyler Johnson, U1U61 01 tne aistance m tne day time, Misses Lneile and T.nri The roads interested are the W C Union City, Miss Elizabeth Metts,' & s- L- the L. & N., the C. & E. I., TT - . . I i-1 n 1 1 it Union City, Frank Craig, Union City, Otto Deweese. Mr. and Mrs. Jones received many nice presents as re minders of this pleasant occasion. Fulton Leader. the C. Ga., and the A. C. L. Ford Invites Gov. Rye. Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 25. Gov. Tom Rye this morning received a telegram from Henry Ford inviting him to be the latter's guest on a trip to Europe, starting from New York Dec. 4, the purpose of which is to as semble notable men and women in A Card. I wish to express my appreciation to the friends who supported me in the recent election, and to say that I have nothing but the fri endliest feeling for all; and again thanking you I am Yours truly, T. R. MASSEY Mooseheart The Moose Home was nnonod tn - uvvmm J Vj 1 . U.UU TTUUiCU III 1 ' (. v an international conference at some members and: friends last Tuesday CmiBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCORKRATID - BOX 211, UNION CITY, TENNESSEE. 'wv. UWULVltUVC at. DUUiC ; u.UUMIj retitrnl tlnrnnanti nnint AnA;,, I nisht. With orfttnrv and p-nnd r-Vieor - " - uuau.mu ffuiui, ucuitttlCU t U I ' tr ov v . .. .. . I r f t t. . th 1 . negotiations leaaing to a just settle- mtncei mr- Jneous ana otners ment of the war. made addresses, and oysters from Kirkland's were served. Ladies Aid. The Baptist Ladies Aid met in the home of Mrs., Ethel Downing Mon day, Nov. 22. This was the close of the contest, for new members. Mrs. Elmer Haskins' side won by securing sixteen new members, while Mrs. W. D. Harrison's side secured twelve. This contest was worth a great deal, as the society is greatly strengthened by the effort put forth on both sides. Everyone appreciated Mrs. Downing's hospitality. Rv. New Church, L. G. Landenberger will con duct services and preach in the New Church house of worship next Sun day at 11 a. m. Subject of the ser mon: How could the Lord's work of redemption be represented by the lifting up "of ,the serpent?" At 3 p. m. questions and answers on the sub jects, of Prayer, Worship. Divine Providence, Freedom. " and Catho licity. The public is cordially in vited to both services. : A UNION CITY MAN GIVES EVIDENCE His Testimony Will Interest Every Union City. Reader. The value of local evidence is indi nutable. It is the kind of evidence xaa can accept as true because we know we can prove it lor ourselves. There has been plenty of such evidence in the Union City papers lately, and this straightforward testimony has estab hsbed a confidence in the minds of Union City people that will not be easi ly shaken. J. N. Bradshaw, proprietor grist mill, 413 Palmer street, Union City, says: "I was bothered by dull, nagging back aches and had headaches and dizzy spells. My kidnevs were disordered Doan's Kidney Pills removed the aches and pains in my back and made my kidneys regular in action." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't sim ply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Bradshaw had. Foster-Milburn Co.', Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. () Have You Tried Our lianiond Self-Rising Flour ! Every User is a Booster We know you will be more than pleased if you once try it. The following is one of many testimonials we have received: "Dahnke-Walker Milling Co., "Union City, Tenn. j "My Dear Sirs: I want to tell you how delighted I am with your Diamond Self-Ris-ing Flour. You are experts at dispensing leavening power. The Phosphate of Calcium and Soda make an ideal baking powder it is so convepient "I use lard and en6ugh cold water to make a soft sponge, and my biscuits are beautiful, and always the same. I congratulate you on your success. "Sincerely yours, "MRS. BETTIE HERRING "Union City, Tenn., Nov. 23, 1915." SOLD BY ALL GROCERS :::: w:::; ;-,w E AT O U "imOTHERS BREAD" IT'S GOOD MADE BY DatmRe's Cafe CALL YOUR QROCER OR Phone 109 MA w F. GRISSOM THE OLD RELIABLE GROCER -TWO GOOD LINES- Golden Gate Teas and Coffees Chase & Sanborn's Teas and Coffees THE VERY BEST THE WORLD AFFORDS FRESH MEAT MARKET THE BEST Meat, Flour, Sugar, Coffee Everything! All handled in an up-to-date, sanitary manner. No order too large. No order too small. E. P. GRIiSvSOM Phones 204-230 Washington Ave. DR. CEO. II. WHIT .HtaH ,ni elwlwy Krtor (Formal, SUto hteri... Lm) WHITE SERUM COMPANY MANUFACTVRERS AND DISTRIBUTORS OP POTEHT AND TESTED ANTI-HOG -CHOLERA SERQM We do not sell TAIL BLED Serum TELEPHONE MtR Kti Write for Literature 114 MAMS (T NASHVILLE, TENN. Pi o ft p. :