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Just ask for the catalog, i H. G. HASTINGS CO., SEEDSMEN, ATLANTA, GA. Run-dawn Blood Impoverished , Richmond, Va. "When I was a girl I became all run-down, my blood was imporer ished and my complex , ion became sallow. I also suffered from indiges tion and con stipation. I was extreme ly nervous and as mis erab le as lone could be when Dr. Pierce's Gold en Medical Discovery was recom j mended to me. I took about four bot ' ties and some of the 'Pleasant Pel lets' with it. After taking these ; medicines I was in better health and felt better than 1 had for several years." MRS. C. N. OLIVER, 908 N. 27th St. All dr-ggists sell Medi cal Discovery, liquid "or tablets. i Makes Hens Lay Gets "the eggs in any weath er. ' It is easily given in the feed and doesn't force or hurt the hen in any way; Don Sung Is a real tonic.'" Try it it it doesn't pay for itself and pay you a good profit besides, your money will be promptly refunded. Trial size 50 cents. Incubators and Brooders. " WEHMAN'S HARDWARE STORE. An Optimist. Let poets sing their lilting song And gayly smite the lyre; Give me the man who whistles while He's putting on a tire. Exchange. gzjregyoiiniiw RNOX )HERE 3H congregate; -men of world men in business, chaps in col lege, men at work, men at play or at the most formal af fairs ; there you wil ;Knox Hats. Always dignined, always correct but never common' place. Always of a quality that marks them as distinctly Knox as does the Trade Mark within. W. Q. Clagett Co. RIVES NEWS. -Dr. Powell, of Kenton, was here Saturday. Ashley Holloway. a visitor several weeks in Arkansas, Is again in school. Miss Lizzie Stitt was down from Union City Saturday, staying over Sunday with Miss Martha Wade. P"ul Kelly is attending school in Nashville. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kirkland, of the ccunty seat, and Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Webster, of the Moffatt vicinity, were recent visitors in the Hubert Shore home. Mr. and Mr3. Wilce Alfen, of St. Loui3, and Carl Witherspoon, U. S. N., are reported guest3 with relatives in Number Four. Dr. T. P. Callicott was in Union City several days this week visiting professionally in the Burt Clements lome. ' Jas. McDearmon, commission mer chant, has sold his interest to Messrs. Jerry Spike3 and Hubert Shore. Mrs. Leila Taylor, of Halls, en route to Kenton, was a visitor be tween trains Monday with Mrs. E. H. White. , Mrs. T. J. Bonner end Miss Bonner Tuesday attended the obsequies in Union City of the Hon. Seid Waddell. The Book Club meets to-morrow with Mrs. Leslie Shore. Mcsdimcs T. A. Cummings and Walter Agnew were business visitors in the county seat yesterday. Mrs. Maymie Phebu3, Miso Missie Harris, Mrs. R. L. Harper anM Mrs. McAdoo Harris are delegates to the spring session of the C. P. Presbytery, convening next month in Dyer, the homo of Rev. J. H. Thomas, pastor of this congregation. Training School Locals. School was dismissed Tuesday on account of the death of Mr. Waddell. We 'wish to extend our sympathies to the bereaved family in their great loss. Mr. Aydelott's brother, Grady, from Memphis, spent Monday night with him. Leslie McClanahan is on the sick list this week. Wo were glad to have Miss Sue Brown Moss end Mr. Marvin McCord visit our society Friday., vFaye .Mitchell visited school Wed nesday. We are glad to have Ruth Foulks back" in school after a few days ill ness. Charles Hudson was out of school last week on account of an attack of toasiltis. Wo understand that Warren Cald well, a graduate of last year, has ac cepted a position . with Mayor Pitt man as bookkeeper. Buy your garden seed and tools early. You will find .the best selec tion at Wehman'a. ATS ever men may affairs, young i i v v ... mi ' "Who Is tbe most sophis ticated roan in New York?" Mr. EdisoD selected Wm. J. Burnt, who gladly made tbe Mood Change test to assist Mr. Edison iq his research work. Mr. Barns' Chart is reproduced. Mr. Edison needs thousands of these charts. Won't you help him by filling out a Chart? GHAS. MOUNT ARARAT. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Litch ford last week,' a boy. Miss Bessie Farley is sick this week. Miss Vclma Donnell, teacher "at Wells, visited her mother at Eben ezer Saturday and Sunday. ' Mr. end Mrs. John Guy visited Mr. and Mrs. Sam Erwin Sunday. Mr. Morri3 and children, of Mem phis visited relatives here la3t week for a few days. Lorene, little daughter' of Mrs. Tom Grimes, has recovered from scarlet fever. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Curry, of Fremont, spent Saturday night and Sundaywith Mrs. Fat. Owen. Mr. and Mr3. Perry Bobo and little son, of Obion, visited Mrs. Bobo's parents, Rev. and Mr3. R. E. Hamp ton. Miss Verda Bedford, of Troy, Sun dayed here with homefolks. Mr. end Mrs. Fred Bobo, of near Campground, visited Mrs. Bobo's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Walker, Sunday'. Mi3s Opal Dickey was the guest of Miss Jessie Walker Sunday. Mr. and Mr3. John Litchford and children, of near Trimble, visited rel atives here recently. Mr3. Jennie Robartson was the Sunday guest Of Mrs. Emily Wilder. Dangerous Height. Baby's Mother "What do you think of the new nursemaid, George?" Baby's Father "She looks capa ble, my dear; but she is so terribly tall. Think what a distance poor baby will have to fall when she drops him." Answers. The N EW E D I S ON The Phonograph With a Soul i. riot' fctomint U . . i ....j ELS "JSa a Comp 5 ml.-vl ntrrUir O . ' .. . ...i the first Mood Change Chart Will You Fill Out a Chart for Mr. Edison ?' MR. BURNS pronounced the test most interesting. He enjoyed it and was glad to holp Mr. Edison. y m You'll enjoy filling out a Mood Change Chart also and we know you will eagerly help the great in ventor in his latest research Lito the effects of music on the minds and moods of mankind. Read Mr, Burns' Chart. Then come to our store. Make the test. Learn how music affects pour moods. Your Chart will be sent to Mr. Edison. - DIETZEL JEWELER, Union City, Tenn. To All Owners of Automobiles and Trucks in Obion County. SENATE BILL NO. 442, , CHAPTER NO. 149. Section 15 of this act makes it a misdemeanor for any owner to op erate an automobile or truck In this State before registering the same with the State Highway Department, thr.ough the County Court Clerk of the county in which said owner re sides. And section 20 of said act makes it the duty of the officers to enforce said act after February 1st, of the ensuing year. Section 24 of this act puts the penalty at from $5.00 to $50.00 and makes it the du ty of all peace officers in the State to arrest and prosecute all violators of this law before the proper legal tribunal. The Judges of the several circuit and criminal courts shall be required to give this act in charge to the grand juries and all grand juries are hereby given inquisitoripl powers as to the enforcement of this act. Copied from said Ecnata Dill No. 442. This February 8th, 1921. R. H. BOND, County Court Clerk. New Baptist Church. The members of the Baptist Church at this place have decided to erect a new building at an early datr and the present building will either be torn down or converted into a par sonage. The present building is not sufficiently commodious to accommo date tha large membership, besides it is desired to have a building more modern in construction and appear nediattb Gar - o : ' UVl . what a' . , WM. J. BURNS Bead of Wm. J. Burnt Inter national Dtttetiv Agency If you own a New Edison, ask us for a supply of Charts and invite your friends for a Mood Change Chart party. They will find it more entertaining than the Ouija board. If you do not own a New Edison, we will lend you an instrument with a supply cf Re-Che'ations, for giving a Mood Change Party. , The New Edison has perfect real- j ism. Its Re-Creation of music cannoi; be distinguished from the j original music. This makes it pos- f sible for every home to enjoy the full benefits of the world's best music Pointed Paragraphs. A man seldom forgets his place if he has a good one. Many good examples are set, but few of them are ever hatched, Men glance at the past, especially if she who pasced is pretty. Many sermons are aimed at the pocketbook instead of the heart. Lots of people are too selfish) to assist others in having a good time. Contentment is all well enough in its way, but it is death; to enter prise. It is easier to see through the plot of a play than through the ear puffs in front of it. f A man who soys a mean thing about another isn't half a3 mean as the man who repeats it. - That respect which is due to age is dealt out with a ladle to the wealthy grandparent. Occasionally a woman is glad when her husband makc3 her cry because she can work him for a peace offering. ' Pound in His Car. "Every day I find something new about my car." "So do I. This morning I found three hairpins and a powder puff." Florida Times-Union. Unexpected Reply. "Wofdman, spare that tree," cried the poet. "AN right. No more vood pulp, no more paper, no more poetry." Louisville Courier-Journal. out iff That Accounts for It. Customer "That veal you sent was spoilt." Butcher 'Spoilt, ma'am? I cant understand that, unless it came from a calf that wa3 petted too much." Tit-Bits. LADIES. I have a new button machine and can make Cloth Covered But tons in the latest styles and sizes. Send for a card of sample buttons and prices. Mail orders given prompt attention. MRS. G. D. CAPPS 415 E. Palmer St. . ' Union City, Tenn. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Having qualified as administrator of the e3tate of Peter Keffer, de ceased, all persons having claims against said estate are hereby noti fied to file the same with me, duly authenticated a3 required by law, and all indebted to the 3aid estate are hereby asked to settle within thirty day3. 46-4t This Feb. 2nd, 1921. G. B. WHITE, Administrator. Illl MILLING HOSPITAL SEVENTH YEAR A Modern Surgical Inititution. Competent Trained Nurses DR. W. A. NAILLING. . .'. .Chief Surgeon Union City, Tenn. Both Phone 41.