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Tie Coameitiai, Uaioa' City, Teaa.
i Gar Specialize on PJunijbltig - in AH Its Branches. - Plumbing is our.gpecU!ty--every phase of ity little or big Is covered by our service. ; ; F you want an entirely new and modern bath- room to replace your old one, we cantake care or every ueiau. u yuu nam. v , plumbing contract for a new home, we'll take care of it splendidly. The little thing. get as careful attention as the big things. A leaky faucet, a clogged up drain are quickly and properly repaired. Get in touch with NAILLING-KEISER HARDWARE GO. Phone 27. v We Can Soften Sorrow Some, . for with a new and perfect ed system of Embalming we guarantee, not only to dis infect and preserve the body, but to impart to it a lifelike, appearance wth good color, and without the use of cosmetics. v , ' Continuous study and - experience have made it possible for us to make this improvement over old methods. White Furniture Company Mail or Telephone Often it is cheaper, in time and expense, to telephone than to write a letter. The extensive toll lines reach almost everywhere and the low STATION TO STA TION rate makes the cost small. You crive the message and get the O answer at once, lryitl CUM BERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAM COMPANY INCORPORATED CAM COMING We now havl bill of lading for iement and Brick. Expect them by Monday. If you need either, phone us. Have complete line of lime, sand, gravel and solid blocks now. FRIDAY, JULY . 130. 1 Notice to City Taxpayer. The assessment of the city .taxes has been completed and la .now la the handa of the city equalising heard, composed of C. T. LoTielace, OTC." Cloys and T. R. Reynolds, who t . will hear and adjust any complaint. If Interested see them at once. Some failed W make reports, of personal iwirfV hence their assessment of such is taken from the list furnished . the 'county.' :T. R. MEADOW. ' 16-ltpd City Tax Assessor. Preaching. I will preach at Mount Zlon Sun day morning at 11 o'clock and at p.m. and at Salem at 3 p.m. G. W. EVANS. Sunday School Lesson. A study of the oratory of Jesus necessitates a sketch of the matchr less speaker. In the days of Tiberius Cassar, Publius Lentullus, President of Judea, wrote the following epistle to the Roman Senate concerning Je sus: "There appeared in these our days . . J Too. .a a man or great virtue, uwueu .icu nhrfst. who is yet living among us, and of the Gentiles is accepted as a Prophet of truth, but his own. dis ciples call him the Son of God. He raiseth the dead andcureth all man ner of diseases. A man of stature somewhat tall and comely, with very reverent countenance, such as the be holders may both love and fear; his hair the color of a chestnut full ripe, plain to his ears, whence downward It is more orient and curling and waving about his shoulders. In the midst of his head is a seam or parti tion of his hair, after the manner of the Nazarites. His forehead plain and very delicate; his face without spot or wrinkle, beautiful with a lovefy red; his nose and mouth so formed as nothing can. be repre hended; his beard thickish, in color like his hair, not very long but forked; his look innocent and ma ture; his eyes gray, clear and quick. In reproving he xis terrible; in ad monishing, courteous and fair spok en; pleasant in conversation, mixed vlth eravity. It cannot be remem bered that any have seen him laugh, but many have seen him weep. In nrooortion of body most excellent; his hands and arms most delicate to behold. In speaking, very temperate, Trinket and wise. A man for his Q singular beauty surpassing the chil dren of men." Why Hens Do Not Lay. Mrs. Florence Forbes, poultry specialist, Division of Extension, says that she occasionally finds in poultry flocks of the State hens that show 200 egg capacity,, appear perfectly healthy and go to the nest every day but lay only a half dozen or Tnnre pirera during the season. Poul try owners and home demonstration agents often ask for an explanation of this and to clear the matter up thoroly, Mrs. Forbes quotes T. E. Quisenbierry, president of ithe Amer ican Poultry School, a recognized poultry expert, as follows: "Cases where a hen shows a 200 egg, capacity, appears to be perfectly healthy and going on the nest every day but laying few eggs are quite frequent in many flocks. If you would kill such a hen and examine her you would find something wrong with the egg organs. We had a hen in our egg lading contest that meas ured up well and had every indica tion of being a most excellent layer. This hen also went in on the nest dallv. but she never layed a single egg. Upon examination of the hen after the contest was over we found that she had no ovaduct. The yolks would drop off Into the body cavity and would be reabsorbed by the hen. This hen may have a rupture at gome point in her ovaduct, or it may be slightly out of line so that the mouth of the ovaduct does not catch the yolks as they drop off. Maybe an occasional yom wui e caugni, but not sufficient number of them o so that the hen can manufacture any gret t number 'of eggs. ,., "This is simply a slip in' the con struction of the hen. While It may he due, as I have said, to a rupture that has since healed up, but still lirnvfiitR the hen from laying. That being true it would have nothing whatever to do with the capacity of fhm lipn.. Her eez organs are not functioning because of some abnor mal conditions. You might have an automobile standing out in the street. It would have every appear ance ol being an automobile, but If it had no battery or was lacking in valves the automobile would not move off, and would not perform aa u nhnnld. The same thing Is true M ii-vv.v.'.i. :. " AI ' Ploughing reading no matter what the farm work Blue Buckles are the over-, alls to wear." (Signed) Fred McCulloch Biggest selling Coffey-Wright. The many friends of the contract ing parties were taken by surprise Sunday afternon, when Frank Coffey and Miss Ethia Wright drove to Un ion City and returned as "man and wife." They were accompanied by Misses Ethel and Erline Edminston. The ceremony was performed by and at the home of Rev. Cunning The Wonderful Story of the Extraordinary Stamina and Comfort Result From TripliX Sprinai THROUGH DESERT HEAT, mountain cold, and the rough broken waste of the western dry plains, an Overland Sedan piloted the trans -continental army truck trainall the way with a perfect score. It csj tablished an extraordinary reputation for comfort on all roads in all weather. The Overland Sedan U the ideal economical all year car to buy now. Towing, $385; Roadster, $585; PMeat t a. . TMe. wbjoet OVERLAND SALES GO. s one What a welUhnown corn grower says about overalls TAST Tir a sinffle field on Fred I 1 McCulloch'fl Iowa farm yielded J an 88-bushel-per-acre crop, total ling $4,928. Fred McCulloch was or the job in that field himself in overalls every working day. And the kind ha wore and always wears is Blue Buckle Over Alls. No matter how hard the work is on Fred McCulloch's farm, he's found thati Blue Buckles stand the test. And mil lions of other men, running farms, rail roads or machines in factories, have found that Blue Buckles give them solid " service on every job they do. Find out for yourself about Blue Buckles. Test the long-wearing denim cloth, the wide double-stitched seams. Try on a pair. Feel the comfort of the big, roomy Blue Buckle pattern. Blue Buckle Over Alls and Coats never bind or rip. Solid workmanship in 'every detail is bound to give you your money a ortn. v 1 All sizes Men's, Youths', Children's. Ask your dealer today for Blue Buckles. IBuekfa voirMIs overall in the world ham, pastor of the Cumberland Pres byterian Church, at 3 o'clock, after which the party returned to Hick man. Hickman Courier. Sedan Conpe,lS3S Sedan, $1575 M ehtac afhfcoat aatlM Union City, ."Tea 1 I i i ( : ii ! V-' .. 4' v ' s J i'i 1 3 t 11 with this hen that you have refer ence to in my opinion." Phone 28-W.