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AUTOMOBILE OWNERS, ATTENTION!
Automobile rates on insurance policies have been greatly reduced. The small towns do not have to pay for the city losses. Car owners cannot afford to take the risk when, for a small premium, they can be protected. . We will be glad to explain this protection. Jno. T. Walker (Q. Co. PHONE 118. : : : : UNION CITY, TENN. GO THE, fo) VI 0)n JV A PICTUEE SHOW ON SUNDAY- TO . 8QUARE DEAL FOR EVERY INCOME TAX PAYER ' ! Washington, D. C. -"The rights of all persons now fHig k Income Tax returns are amply protected by provisions tor abatements, refunds and ap- peals," says Commissioner Dan - lei C. Itoper. : "Every person can be sure of a square deal. No person Is ex- pected to pay more than his share of tax. His share Is de - termined solely by the amount k and nature of his net Income for 1918, as defined In the law. it "Abatement petitions are dealt with open-mlndedly. Refunds will be made In every case where - too much tax la erroneously col- lected. "The Income Tax is 'on the level' all the way through." CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE Registered Hampshire pigs. T. L. Bransford Sons. 47-4t For Sale A pair good mules, one mare and eight yearlings, cash or credit. N. A. VADEN. FOR RENT 2 front rooms nicely furnished, surroundings quiet. Call 395W, Mrs. Lena Dahnke. 49tf Yes, that 13 it, you rcf-d it cor rectly. There will be a picture show this next Sunday at 3 o'clock at the Reynolds Opera House. Read the rest of this now. The preachers of the town are the ones who are put ing on this show. It will b3 free. It is a show that the United States Government has put ouj end tha guarantees that it will bo r, good one The name of this picture 13 "Fit to Win." It 13 a great picture and you will be more than paid for coming to see it. But, it is only for men and boys We want every man and boy in town r.nd the surrounding community to bcc this picture. The Home Guards will be there en masse. Let every man bo a cemmitteman to secure record bre.ikiug crowd. Rcmembor the time is Sunday at 3 P. M. and there will be no charge whatever. Not even a collection will be taken. J. RANDALL FARRIS, Pres. Ministers Association WANTED To buy an office desk. Apply to A. R. Hudson, at Mrs. Holt's boarding house. It pd. EGGS FOR SALE A few Silver Spangle Hamburg cgg3, $1.50 set ting. Call 297W. 49-4tpd WANTED Man to grade all pub lic roads in 4th civil district. See or phone 84 at Rives. Commis sioner. 48-3tpd FOR SALE 150 barrels of corn for sale, also some Necl's Paymaster seed corn. Call 104, Rivco, Tenn. McAdoo Harris. WANTED Good farm hand. Man with small family preferred. House, etc., furnished. H. A. Tune, Rives, Tenn. 48-3tpd FOR SALE 187 acres of the best land in the county, close to -Union City. I will be in the city from the &th to 15th of February. W. H. Garrigan. 45tf Biv-jed Rock Eggs, Parks' "Bred to Lay" Strain, parcel post, $1.50 for 15.. Late Irish potatoes, $1.50 per bushel. Mrs. W. T. Adams, Union City, R.F.D. No. 6, Home phone 78-3. FOR SALE I am offering one good black jack with white points, well broke, and a sure foaler. Price to sell or will swap for a good mule. Come to see or call rural phone Jor dan. C. D. McDaniel. 49-4tpd FOR SALE Three improved farms, 64,.:' and 65 acres. Price, $110, $125 and $130. Quick sale. Three miles out from Union City. Dorrell Harris, R. F. D. No. 5, Union City, Tenn. 47tf FOR SALE About 300 barrels of good corn, 2 Vi miles southeast of Union City, on the L. S. Parka farm, known as the "McCampbell farm. THORNTON BROS. R. F. D. No. 1, Union City, Tenn. Executor's Notice. I have been appointed executor of the estate of Mr3. Lucy N. Walton deceased. All persons having claims against the estate will present same to me duly probated for payment and any person owing said estate will please cee me at once and settle same. This Feb. 12, 1919. 47-4t ED CRENSHAW, Executor. "The Taffy Man" Many men never find their place in this world. Dl H. W. Sears began striving for his when at the age of twenty-five he left a farm in Illinois to seek an education. Greatly handi capped in having not even a common school education yet hard work eventually got him through a classi cal course in a university. A few years more saw him through two theological schools, after which he assumed the regular work of the ministry. The pastoral work was uniformly successful and naturally led to larger and more general inter ests of the church. This gave op portunity for a wider scope to his activities, brought him before many audiences, and at last to the Lyceum Platform. Dr. Sears has that happy faculty of being able to reach and entertain an audience on any occasion. He speaks clearly and rapidly and holds the attention of every one Wy his quick flow of language and humor ously illustrated, strikingly presented truths. His vast experience gained on the Lyceum Platform during the past fifteen years has given him a true insight into human nature, the knowledge of which every speaker must have. To hear him is to dis cover that life is worth living after all that Jyo can be found in every day life, no matter where wo may be that there is a placo for every body. Thomas Jefferson Jenkins is said to have died at Union City, Tenn., a year or two ago. He left a daugh ter named Clem, married, but mar ried name unknown. She i3 also dead. Anyone seeing this notice who can give the name of Jenkins' ad ministrator or tell of any prop erty left by the deceased will confer a great favor by writing the facts to E. C. Burk3, attorney for J. W. Jenkins, at Bedford, Virginia, Lock Box 206. 49-2t A BIG BARGAIN. A fine stock or cotton farm of 350 acres in the richest county in West Tennessee, 75 r.cres in timber. Sev enteen banku in county in tho heart of the strawberry-vegetable district, four miles of Trenton, four miles "of Brazil, two miles from high school with four teachers. Six-room dwell ing, two tenant houses and other outbuildings. Allen Lr.ssiler, Tren ton, Tenn. 49-4tpd Marriage. Last Sunday Morning, March 2, Mr. Herman Baker and Miss Mary Edington drove over to the residence of Esq. Andy Griffin and were quiet ly married. They are both of the Harris neighborhood. - , HOW MRS. BOYD AVOIDED AN OPERATION Canton, Ohio. "I Buffered from a female trouble which caused me much suffering, and two doctors decided that I would have to go through an operation before I could get well. " My mother, who had been helped by LydiaE. Pinkham s Vegetable Com pound, advised me to try it before sub mittingto an opera tion. It relieved me fmm rmA troiihlen VB. J bo I can do my house work without any difficulty. I advise any woman who is afflicted with- female troubles to give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound trial and it will do as much for them." Mrs. Marie Boyd, 1421 5th St, N. E., Canton, Ohio. Sometimes there are serious condi tions where a hospital operation is the only alternative, but on the other hand bo many women have been cured by this famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, after doctors have said that an operation was necessary every woman who wants to avoid an operation should give it a fair trial before submitting to such a trying ordeal. If complications exist, write to Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., for advice. The result of many years experience is at your service. A.t tlie J. M. Lccpcp Home Formerly known as the W. P. Rogers Home atorday, Mclhio 15, 1919 At 1:30 p. m., you will have your last opportunity to buy part or all of the Leeper Land and Fine Brick Home, formerly known as the W. P. Rogers home. Situated on South First street in Union City, Tenn. This 26 acres will besold in small acreage tracts, blocks and as a whole; the best price accepted. The dwelling is a beau tiful, large brick, with concrete fence wall. Barns and outhouses all in good condition. . . . THE LAND None more productive in the Hoosier Valley. If you are so fortunate to own one of these 5-acre tracts, you will have land equal to fany in the South, and adjoining the corporation of the best city in West Tennessee. If one-half acre lot in the city is worth from $500 to $2,000, what is the value of five acres of the richest land in the South when only five minutes walk from the post office and the banks? This you can answer at our sale on the property Satur day,' March 15th, at 1:30 p. m. Get one of our cards. Everybody invited. Remember the land SELLS without by-bid or reserve. Mr. Leeper will give possession of the dwelling within 30 days from date of sale, and possession of land date of sale. TERMS OF SALE One-third cash, balance 1, 2 and 3 years, 6 per cent lien notes. We have the tracts staked off. Drive down First street and make your selection.. If you let these tracts get away from you, don't blame us. They sell ta either you or the other fellow, at the home, on the land, Saturday, Mar. 15. Saturday, March 15th, 1919. Salt tr MEADOW & MAHLEY, Union Cilr, Ta, LEPEK, Owner, Our Subscribers. New subscribers and renewals for three weeks ending this week are as follows: It. P. Armstrong, Number Two; R. T. Clark, Number Four; G. S. Joy ner., Jordan; Eugene Woofin, Num ber One; Lieut. Harrell Lannom, Camp Lee, Va,; L. R. Gr.rrison, Num ber Six; John Ratliff, Number Three; F. Scott, Number Six; E. Conn, Number Soven; Mr;;. W. A. Pols- grovc, Moscow, Ky.; Earl Pace, Franco; Mrs. ;-Vu.'ude Williams, Mem phi:;; R. Y. AlcCrrf-.-cIl, Hickman; Guy McConneil, Yuma, Az.; R. W. Kith, Horr.beak; K. Kimberlin, Paris; Chas. Slelof, St. Louis; Miss Paralee Harpole, Number One; Mrs. John H. White, Hickman, Ky.; T. J. Hale, Number Two; Geo. ,Eader No 13; G. N. Eader, Fredericks burg, Md.; Hurtle Cliar, Number Three; Mrs. J. A. Brown, Mountain Grove, Mo.; V. D. McCord, Number Thirteen; W. J. Edwards, Hornbeak; Mrs. Mary Carter, Horubenk; A. H. Briggs, Nashville; Dick BarksdH'le, Number Seven; Robt. DoBow, Balt- or, Miss.; W. J. Moss, Number Ten; Hugh McDonald, Polk, M. L. Angle1, Number One; W. F. Vi'.dcn, Number Four; J. M. Phebus, Number Four; Capt. J. W. W:-lker, Number Seven; Jas. Reaves, Hornbeak; A. M. Sand ers, Number Four; B. T. Bantou, Woodland Mills, Tenn.; Tom hyn h, Number Sixteen; C. C. C.".llis, Jack son, Tenn.; J. M. Foster, Kenton; F. G. Wibon, Number Oue; C. O. Penn, Number Seven; S. H. Joyner, No. 6; S. H. Toombs, A. J. Beadles, W. J. Briggs, E. H. Lannom, Oscar Roper, Soe Nailing, R. Garth, Sam Parkman, city; Mrs. Janes, Number Seven. NOTICE. In accordance with the wishes of the Government, the undersigned pastors will use the following theme at the evening service next Sunday: "Helping our young People to Keep Clean." No subject that cr.n be dis cussed could bo of greater value for the welfare of our young people. An urgent invitation is especially ex tended to young people and parents to attend church at the hour indicat ed. J. RANDALL FARRIS, W. B. CUNNINGHAM, GEO. J. EVANS. Skills, Me& and Fertilizer We 'are dealers in all kinds of FERTILIZER, COT TON SEED HULLS AND MEAL. Close Prices on Gar Lots or Retail. " We are agents for the best known Fertilizer in the South manufactured by the Virginia-Carolina Chem ical Co., the very best Truck Fertilizer that can be had. Lake County 1'fg Co. Cotton Gin. Both Phones.