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BUT GOOD SERUM is Essential YOU SAVE MORE HOGS PER DOLLAR WITH CLOYS LUwt. vmem - - - Of the hogs that live to go to market from West Tennessee more have been vaccinated with Cloys Serum than with any other kind. Graduate veterinarians and experienced virus permit holders are our regula patrons. You are invited to inspect our plant, near post office, at 225 South Second Street Cloys Serum Co., A LETTER Nashville, 1 enn., INov. I , 1 7 1 7. , To Union Gity Ice & Coal Company, Union City, Tennessee. Please take notice that our miners went on strike today, and all of our mines are completely dosed, and we will, there fore, not be able to make any shipments of coal until further notice. " - ;-' " We regret the inconvenience and possible serious conse quences to you, but this is a matter beyond our control. Our miners have made no demand upon us and went on strike illegally and contrary to their agreement with us, which is still in force. We cannot advise you at this date when a settlement will be made, but as soon as the miners resume work, we wiir begin shipping you coal promptly. ' Bon Air Coal & Iron Corporation. J& They Are Your Neighbors iThese folks are your neighbors. They .work for the telephone company. They are regular people, just like you, your; friends and family. ; They eat food, wear clothes, live tn houses, talk, laugh, sing, cry, get peev ish (and get over it), enjoy the movies and home-made pies, just like you. These folks are trying hard to give you Jhe best telephone service in the world. ,They take pride in their work and in their company; but, sometimes, when they hear you complaining about paying a few dollars a year for telephone service they ; become worried and wonder how they ' are going to make ends meetfor they know their wages 'depend on what you pay for your telephone. Sometimessome of you forget that trie telephone company is made up, pf folks who are just like you. , The more loyal support you give tK5 telephone the better service it can giye you. . CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Jncerpcrate4 " Desirable SERUIV1 On. U-. Union City, Tenn. 3 t , AJ v... y 11 vv W- -v;, A . a i If :Brice-Coble. Centering the interest of a large circle of friends was the marriage of Miss Agnes Ruth Coble and Mr. James M. Brice, Jr., of Natchez, Miss. The wedding was prettily solemized at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. ant-MrsE J. A.. Coble, on East College street? Relatires and a large number of friends witnessed the cere mony. Dr. J. Randall Farris, of the of the First Christian Church, read the marriage rites at 2:30 'o'clock Monday afternoon, Not. 17,' 1919. Mrs. J. D. Carlton sang "Beauty's Eyes." Miss Ruth Griffin san "Be cause," with Miss Swiggart at the piano. Prof. E.C. Ownby rendered Mendelssohn's Wadding March and during the cergsftony played "Melody in F, from Rubenstein. The home was artistically decorated In palms, ferns, southern smjllax and white chrysanthemums. Large wicker bas. kets of chrysanthemums against a background of, green folliage made a beautiful setting for the wedding. ' Little Miss Mary Virginia Miles, a niece of the bride, acted as flower girl. She wore a white net over pink and carried a dainty basket of rose petals. " Little Miss Generleve Nailling Mc Vay acted as ring bearer and carried the rings in the heart of . a white chrysanthemum, the double ring cere mony being used. She wore a dainty frock of white organdie. ; ; The bride was beautifully gowned in a mulberry panned velvet, with touches of lace and bonnet and ac-J cessories to match. Her corsagei was Aaron Ward roses, and her only ornament was a diamond heirloom. Her going-away dress was a mid night blue tailored suit with hat in harmony! - The prominence of the bride and groom made it quite a social event of the season. The bride Is the beau tiful and accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Coble. The groom is a young man of sterling qualities and comes of an old pioneer Scotch Irish family of South Carolina and West Tennessee. . He is the son of Editor and Mrs. J. M, Brice, of the News-Banner. After the ceremony a delicious sal ad course and coffee was served. The out-of-town guests were: Mrs. Russell McVay, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. W. Bally, Nashville; Miss Frances Wade, Nashvlllo; Mr. Em mett Darrah, Nashville; Mrs. Frank Polk and Mrs. J. R. Moffat, Troy; Mr. and Mrsl Richard Alexander, Nashville. Mr. and Mrs. Brice, after a visit in Memphis, will be at home after Nov. 27, in Natchez. , Matinee Musio Club. The Matinee Music Club will give the first of its semi-annual recitals at the Methodist Church Tuesday evening, Nov. 25. Music lovers and friends of thee lub are invited to be present. The program will be gin promptly at 8 o'clock. ' Christmas Work. . At 6:00, Nov. 16, 1919, there was a meeting of the Young People's Un ions of the town at the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. There was a large attendance and . helpful pro gram was rendered. There were excellent talks given bjTMiss Addie Walker, Miss Sadie Williams, Mr. George Heppner, Rev. Farris, Rev. Coleman and others. Delightful music was given by Mr, Verdun, Mr. Lovelace and Miss Dora Callicott, ac companied by Miss Roper. There were two divisions of the Christmas work planned: To see that every child needy and worthy should be visited by Santa Claus; second, "that Christmas carols will be sung to spread cheer and gladness on Christmas day. The following committees were ap pointed: . An investigation committee whose duty It is to" find out'all the needy and. worthy that should be remem bered as follows 1. Mr. Riley French, chairman; Miss Imogene Jones, Mr. George Meadow, Mr. George Heppner, Mr. Carey Brummel, Miss Minnie Dletzel, Mr. Curtis Ruddle. Receiving committee, whose duty it is to receive articles that will be distributed, is as follows: Miss Sadie Williams, chairman, Mr, Clifford Jones, Mrs. Howse, Miss Veiva Roper, Jr. Robert Bond. : Distributing committee who will distribute the articles: Miss Louise Dahnke, chairman. I Those on the two former commit tees will also serve on this commit tee. ' ' "- ; ." i Music committee who will furnish the cards: Mr. Vivian Reynolds, Miss Veiva Roper, Miss Ruth Griffin. ; All cooperation and contributions will be greatly appreciated. Let's make this- a Christmassy Christmas for everyone! ; ELIZABETH SOUTHWORTH, Sec. . Training School Locals. Miss Paulyne Fussell, of the Mount Zlon vicinity, was a very pleasant visitor at the school Tuesday. Ruth West, of Obion, visited the school Wednesday. We are Indeed sorry to hear of the severe illness of little Miss Lady B. Carr of the. Primary department. Ethel Smith has quit school on ac count of ill health. The Claxton Society met Friday afternoon and rendered a very in teresting program. The following program will be ren dered by The "Bob Taylor" Society Friday afternoon: Recitation, Selma Carr: Locals, Hester Moore. ..- Comic Readings, James Foulks. Ukelele Solo, Margaret Reynolds. Essay on Love Making, Henry (Skeeder) Williams. Debate, Resolved that Immigration of Foreigners Into This. Country Should be Disallowed. Affirmative, Chester Caldwell and Lela Mai Spence. Negative, Will D. Fry and Docia Saunders. . Critic, Lawrence Thompson. , Prof. Aydelott, Frank Parrlsh, Charles S. Talley and Austin Jerni gan attended the McFerrin Mc Tyeire football game at Martin last Saturday afternoon. The result of the game at Fulton last Friday afternoon was seven to nothing in our favor. There was a large crowd present and everybody seemed to enjoy the game. There will be a football game be tween Groves High School of Paris, Tenn., and our team Friday after noon, Nov. 21, at 3 o'clock sharp, on the Training School park. Be sure and come and bring your two bits. High School Notes. Mr. Ranck impressed upon us at the first of the week the purpose and meaning of "Law and Order Week," and since then we have been striving hard to live up to its significance. Several programs were given during the week to emphasize the need of order and obedience to the laws. On Wednesday we had Joint chapel and eight or ten pupils from the Senior Hall read selections suitable for the occassion. Dr. Niles was also pres ent and spoke to us a few minutes. On Friday the Junior and Senior High Schools marched through town in behalf of celebrating "Law and Order Week," and incidentally for advertising the football game with Dyersburg. - Govenor Roberts came up on Friday afternoon and , delivered a splendid address to the school on "Law,, and Order." We were very fortunate indeed in having him with us and at such a fitting time. Friday afternoon the U. C. H S. boys won a glorious victory over the Dyersburg team, defeating it 18-0. We are certainly proud of such a team. They played remarkably well. On Friday night the Basket Ball girls were to play Humboldt but on account of the death of Mr. Wilbanks the game was not played. It was left to the crowd in the gymnasium whether they wished the game to be played or not. Everyone with out an exception expressed their de cision that it should not. On Saturday night the "Juniors" entertained the Senior Hall with a "Tacky Party" in the gym. Every one looked their part and enjoyed themselves to the very fullest. "Senior." FREMONT. Mr. and Mrs. Fate Owen and little daughter, of near Troy, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bryant, of Kedron, spent Sun day with Mrs. J. A. Killion. - Miss Euna Bell was a visitor Sun day night with her cousin. Miss Ruth Caldwell, in Union City. Mr. Athern Grooms and family were Sunday visitor in the home of Mr. .And Mrs. 0. R. Edwards. - Mrs. Annie Killion was a visitor with her daughter, Mrs. Hurtle Ray, at Old Republican. Mr. Hoyt Bell and Elmer killion were in Hickman Sunday. " 1 Miss Leila Reeves was the guest Friday night of Mrs. Alf us Cravens. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Vinson 'were in Union City Sunday, night visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Vinson on Home street. , :" ' Mrs. Sarah McConnell was 'a shop per Monday in Union City. - ' Miss Azalea Ray was a visitor Saturday night with her brother, Mr. Hurtle Ray, at Old Republican. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Williams and lit. tie boy, Glenn, were In Union City Saturday, having some dental work done. : ' ' Misses Euna Bell and Leila Reeves and Messrs. Clay Cothran and Chessle Killion went to the lake bottoms Sunday pecan hunting." " Hunting Coats, Guns, Ammunition, Dad's Lanters are very necessary for hunting trips. Wehman. has them and is anxious to serve you. FOR One two story 10 room house,"ori lot 100x133 ft. Sewer connected, elec tric light, toilet and bath. Corner 3rd and Gibbs streets. - Also about 3 1-2 acres in bearing Orchard and Poultry Yard, outside corporation limits. ' , O. DIRCK( AT LAST, OUR OWN PLOWS - In the last fourteen years INTERNATIONAL TRACTORS have made many good records. They have demonstrated their quality, their dependability, their low cost of operation and up keep on many thousands of American farms. During all this time, we had no plow. To our tractors was given the task of doing good work with plows made by other concerns. All the while we were watching the action and work of the various plows our tractors drew, making an honest, earnest effort to discover THE ONE LINE WHICH GAVE THE BEST SATIS FACTION UNDER ALL CONDITIONS. Little by little one line of plojws detached itself from the general run, standing up better, giving better satisfaction under a greater variety of conditions. This line was also one of .the oldest, with a splendid reputa tion among farmers, especially in territories where plowing condi tions are more than ordinarily difficult. THE OLD, RELIABLE P&0 PLOW LINE FAIRLY WON ITS WAY WITH US AGAINST THE FIELD. It is now ours, not so jnuch because we needed plows to complete our linfe of farmi machines as because we wanted this particular line for our own after the way it had demonstrated its value to us. At the Wichita demonstration for he first time in tractor history, International Harvester tractors drew International owned plows. From now on, we shall sell P&0 plows with our tractors plows that have proved themselves as worthy to belong to the International line as any other machine or implement in the line. See our Tractor Dealer or write International Harvester Company OF AMERICA. Inc. MEMPHIS, - TENNESSEE VULCANIZING I am now fully equipped with the latest improved machinery to do vulcanizing. I repair Tires, Tubes, Rubber Boots, Shoes, Hats, Water Bottles, or anything made of rubber.. - AH work guaranteed and prices reasonable. IV. M. Hollisfer, at Reece Alexander's Garage Repairing, Taxi Service, Auto Supplies. Distributor for the celebrated Goodrich Silvertown Cord Tires, Also Fabric Tires, Justa and Monkey-Grip Tire Patch. Both Phones 192 UNION CITY, TENN. You Owe it to Yourself to Have Your Hogs Vaccinated by an Expert. HI TP DPPDRgPMTATlVR HARRY L. GOSS Has had years of experience in the production and use of ANTI -HOG-CHOLERA SERUM AND VIRUS. He holds Permit No. 1488. All our Serum is put out under the Producer's Original Label. . We are not joDocrs. aee mr. uoss ror White Cross Fhcnes: Wsrland 395w and 39; Home SALE prices. Serum Go. I8S Union City, Tenn.