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Frazzled Nerves- whencaused by coffee are help ed to become normal, healthy nerves, when a change is made to Greatest Phonograph Value 25 V " EDISON'S NEW DIAMOND -N, ! J . v .. 1 w Accent V i I! 'v. r2 .Jto8soswDh' in erery home call for it and Ihanb uoa for giving I - t 1 Ik i & T - U I i This wholesome table beverage with a rich aromafic, coffee like flavor is deliciously satisfy ing, economical, and respects both health and pocketbook. Made by Postum Cereal Company Battle Creek, Michigan 4 Sold by Grocers and General Stores Election Notice for City of Fulton.. We, the undersigned Commission ers of Election for Obion County, Tennessee, hereby call and order an election to be held in and for the jCity of South Fulton, Tennessee, on Tuesday, December 2nd, 1919, be tween the hours of 10 a. m. and 4 p. m., for the purpose of electing a Mayor and six Alderman for said ci ty';" and we hereby appoint the fol lowing persons and citizens of said city as -Officer, Judges and Clerks to open, hold and make return of said election to the undersigned as required by law: Officer: Walter ' Wade; Judges: L. C. Browder, W. W. Morris, Tom Wingo; Clerks: Dan Horton, W. E. Flippo. i ; i ' ; 1 W. M. MILES, Chair. ROY A.- VINCENT. E. H. MARSHALL, Sec. 35-2t Choir of Fifty. Everybody sings at The Christian Sunday School. The familiar songs Jor Sunday will be sung by a choir of 60 and the entire school. A splen dkf Bible story will be told by Sarah Chapel. The lesson is on narrowness. JLearn who the Great Teacher consid ers the greatest among us. - Come, bring others. SETTER THAN WHISKEY FOR C0LDSAND FLU 3TewElixir, Called Aspiron jd, Medicated With Latest Scientific Remedies, Used and Endorsed by Euro pean and American Army Surgeons to Cut Short a Cold and Prevent Compli cations. lEvery Druggist in TJ. S. In structed to Refund Price While You Wait at Count er If Relief Does Not Come Within Two- Minutes. ; 1 Delightful Taste, immediate jl Belief, Quick Warm-Up. '' The sensation' of the year in- the Urn? trade is Asrtironal, the' two- mnlaiite cold and couzh reliever, au- riloritatively guaranteed by the labora tnrliK' fpntnH. nnnroved and moat enthusiastically endorsed by . the high t authorities, and proclaimed oy im o.nmmon DcoDle . aa ten timeS as K,;1r and offflpfivA gq TvhiskpV. TOCk aand rye, or any other cold and cough Temeny iney nave ever incu. n. All ilrnir stnrpa am now annnlied : -wftli Jia wnnArfiil' new elixir, so . all -mm have to do to get rid of that cold T . 1 . A T . A jm to step into in a nearest arug muro, V,a alarlr lialf a AnUar fnr A hnttla of Aapironal and tell him to serve you two leaspooniuis wua xuur veaapuuu fuls of water in a glass. With y.our twth in your hand, take the drink '. at one swallow and call for your money .mj.1r tn trni minntna if -von cannot jreel your cold fading away like a' dream -within the time limit.. Don't be bash fnr all (.rntrcriatii invite roil and aexpect' you to try it. Everybody's jdoinir it. t . When your cold or cough Is Mm Utaved, take the remainder of the bottle a Ai fa mnH io1.iB lot .Aapironal is bj far the safest and- most eiiecuve, me easiest o iase ituu mo anost agreeaoie eoia ana conga remeu .hx lmanu ana cniiarcu. Aav.i - . Bourne-Robinson. Mr. Norton Bourne and Miss Kate Robinson were united in marriage at the Methodist Church in Union City on Wednesday afternoon, the 19th inst., at 3 o'clock. Notwithstanding a general simplic ity in the note of wedding details, it was a' momentous occasion to the families of the contracting parties. The sun shone in autumnal smiles while a very large audience assem bled. At the altar there was a back ground of stately palms and in taste ful arrangement were vases of large yellow chrysanthemums. Miss Beulah! Allen appeared at the organ and the initial number of the music was Schubert's Serenade. Then the Wedding Prelude by Nevin and the minister and. pastor, Rev. O. J. Evans, took his seat at the altar. Th,e hour of nuptials having arrived Miss Allen began the beautiful and solemn strains of Mendelssohn's Wedding March, the processional, and to the right and left appeared the litte flow er girls, Dorothy and Sara Tomerlin, in pink frocks, marching down to the altar. Following came little White sell Harris Harpole, the ring bearer, and then the groomsman, Mr. Dick son Williams, and maid of honor, Miss Jennie Gale, on the left, while the bride and groom appeared to the right. As the audience looked on in un iversal accord and approval the min ister read the rites of the ring ser. vice, and solemnized them with words of import in honor of the ancient and sacred custom. - During the ceremony softly and sweetly Miss Allen rendered the mus rc, "To a Wild Rose," and with the re cessional, Lohengrin, the bridal par ty moved out again towards the church lobby, and then the audience dispersed. The bride was dressed in a brown tailored suit, trimmed in beaver fur with hat to match. She wore a cor sage of rosebuds. The maid of honor, Miss Jennie Gale, wore a suit of brown Georgette crepe and her, flowers were chry santhemums. The ushers were as follows: Messrs Chas. Dietzel, Chas. Burchard, Chas. Keiser, W. M. Nallllng, Dan Glenn, J. C. McRee, Alwyn Brevard. Leaving the church Mr. and Mrs Bourne departed for the train and went south, probably for a vacation in some, of the northen points, ' The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Robinson, and a young woman of very sweet graces of charm and character. She was educated in the Union City schools and has been yeryt 'closely identified . with church and Sunday school work. , Mr. Bourne has been connected with the Nailling-Kelser 'Hardware Co. as salesman for. a number of years and is a young man of exceptionally fine character and popular 'personality. The bride and groom were both rear cd in Union City and aro known and esteemed everywhere. Numbers of nice presents were re ceived. - Handsome Home. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Wehman are now occupying their , new home on West Church street. They have a snlondid house of sixteen rooms, fur nlshed in the very latest style and contains all the modern conveniences. It is one of the best home in the city and cost Mr. Wehman something like 115,000. ... J Read this through e extaoitlawy opportunity TKa rczosdtakie offer is the cw RS. 09on s expressed wn sJtossoswDh' in erery home meU&A. Me has gjvn his" consent to this Jfec Trial of the Ambesok bt poor fomc. There ate absolutely no "strfezss to tikis offer. You do not have to pax or prgnruse tp pay one cHtft connection w,h ti free Trial Vov are not placed va&S&vkm fdSfihl-' est obligation. Come to our store today or tomor row, pick out your Amberola and a docen Amberol Records. We wiS deliver them promptly to your home. Let the Amberola entertain you for three days ample time for careful judgment and comparison. At the end of the three days Free Trial if you do not want the Amberola we will call for it and ihanJt yea for giving the Amberola this trial. If you do want it, we will arrange terms of payment to suit you. ' How can Amberola dealers affoti to gfve these Free Trials? Because in the over whelming majority of these Free Trials, tteople iwocr want to part with the Anhenlal Edison 'a great inventive brain has made the Amberola so taperhr to ordinary phono graphs and "talking rnachines that in those thsee days ol Free Trial it sings its way into peoples' hearts and homes forever I Numbers of people will instantly avail themselves of this Free Trial offer. If you do not act at once we may have to put vsu on a waiting list. So let us hear from you right muxtyt This Offer To-day J Fail M?vf j I Charles Dietzel,1-Jeweler V VV v V Union City, Tenn. The Reynolds. Ches Davis "Isle of Bon Bon" Company are holding the boards at the- Reynolds Theatre this week with a breozy, whirring round of fun and frolic, dispensed in modern style of limbs and lingerie to nightly audiences of interested patrorm. The singing and dancing and the come dy work are all that could be desired. Mr. Cox has displaced his pictures this week in order to please num bers of people who rather see the live wires for a respite of a few days or nights. The show continues un abated with something new every night. Only two more nights. Po pular prices. To abort a cold and prevent com plications, take cll.Otcl.fo S The purified and refined ' calomel tablets that are nausealess, safe and sure. .. Medicinal virtues retain- ed and improved. Sold only in sealed packages. Price 35c New Depot. As a result of the meeting in Nash ville Wednesday, attended by Mayor Pittman, W. M. . Miles and H. A. Bransford on the part of Union City and the representatives of the M. & O. and N. C. & St. L. Railroads, meeting with the Tennessee Railroad Commissioners, an order was given for the construction of a new depot in Union City, In accordance with the plans and specifications already adopted some - time ago, before the railroads went into the hands of the Government. The question of wheth er or not it will be a union depot is a matter for the railroads to decide. That may be yet worked out satis factorily to all concerned. Anyway Mayor Pittman, his attorney and as sociate members of the board have been able to bring about a much needed improvement in Union Ci ty's railroad accommodations, held up cn account of the war. The Revival Service. Rev. Coleman has been doing some very, effective evangelistic work at the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. He is a minister and a worker, of pos itive character, following closely the lines and plans of salvation taken from the book of God. . His methods are simple, but he fa unmistaka&Jy in earnest, .and without the aid of sensationalism he enters into the spir it and performance of his work. The results of the meeting, which began on the 16th inst.,. are' very encour aging. There were a number of ad ditions to the Cumberland Church last . Sunday, and others may become members of. other churches. The services are held only at eve nings and on Sunday both morning and evening. Everybody invited. Thanksgiving. For your Thanksgiving dinner, cakes, pies, dressed hens, salads of all kinds, at Ed Kirkland's sales room Wednesday, Nov. 26, to be sold by the West Circle of the Baptist Ladies Aid. Death of Mr. Claude Griffith. Mr. Claude Griffith died at his home in Union City in the northern part of town on Wednesday, the 19th inst., after an illness of malaria and complications. Mr. Griffith was 35 years af age a lineman for the Western Union Telegraph Company and has been with " the company for some time. He waa born in Middle Tennessee in 1885 and leaves a wife and one child and a sister, Mrs. Odus Patterson. Funeral and burial at East View Cemetery, services by Rev. W. B. Cunningham. Death of Miss Lou Henderson. News was telephoned to this city Tuesday morning of the death of Miss Lou Henderson at the West Tennessee Hospital. Deceased was a sister of the late Mr. Lon Henderson, and was a resi dent of the country north of Union City, where she was well, known and loved by the relatives and friends. , The remains were shipped here for burial. Deceased was 67 years of age and the last of a family of children, well known and universally esteemed in the community where they lived. The remains were shipped to Union City, and buried at Beulah on the 19th inst.', with services at the church conducted by Rev. H. A. Todd. : " ARE YOU FULLY PROTECTED GUARANTEED PREMIUM REDUCTION Kind 20 Payment Lire. Vvr..--vvV' ; Age 30 years. V v Premium $404.20. 19tlTPremium less dividend $23 1.10. Provides $10,000.00 for death from natural causes. Provides $15,000.00 for death from accident. ; Provides $25.00 per week for loss of time on, account of sickness or accident. 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