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Local and Personal FOR SALE -30 sow3. Pigs in 15 to 30 days. Call A. E. Kirkland, Phone 334 J. 8tf FOR SALE Early tomato slips ready for market. H. L. Curlin, Phone 49, Woodland Mills, Tenn. 2tf mus. ws here Tuesday. Dr. E. M. Lone wa3 out vesterdav uk aAiii, teea corn, ttoper va-r Uft-r a few v. mnaa !..-. J fF 1 1 I " " i lcijr , iubub . i a uuaueia iuki year, Also good Hoosler corn planter. Ap ply to J. P. Cloar. 2tf Dr. B. P. Moffatt, of Troy, was in the city Tuesday A.. A. Wright, of Nashville, was a visitor here Saturday, Mrs. Lester Hays, of near Prote- Cheatham were visitors end shoppers in Fulton Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mavcety will be up from Humboldt thra week for a few days visit with Mr. and Mrs. Pink Marshall. Mrs. Eva Cheatham, Miss Mozclle Holman and Miss Mary Hughes Buy Good Clothes. You Can't Afford Any Others ! Take your lunch at Hamilton's Cafe near Union Station. Mr. George Coble, of Shelbyville, Tenn., was here Tuesday. Mrs. Almus Gray, of Protemus, was here Tuesday as a shopper. Mrs. B. Hallum and baby are in Humboldt this week as Visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Coram were visitors in Hickman last Sunday. Mrs. Newt Hutchinson, of Prote mus, was a Tuesday shopper here. Ladies' lunch specials at Hamil ton's Cafe, near Union Station. Miss Hatti Mai Starnes, of Rives, was a pleasant visitor here Saturday. Mrs. Ella Cathey went to St. Louis this week for a visit with her daugh ter. D. M. Whitaker, of Tfby, i spent Monday and Tuesday with relatives here. FOR SALE Fifteen or ' twenty tons of good cheap hay (second-cut ting) at $20 a ton. HERMAN DIETZEL, JR., Union City, Tenn. ltf FOR SALE: One modern home on Cheatham street, mere than acre of lot. Six rooms, bath. Easy terms. Apply C. W. Miles, Jr. 7-4t FOR SALE Forty barrels of ex tra good white milling corn, at my crib. Call on or address Dee Coun cil, Union City, R. F. D. No. 1. 7-2t FOR SALE One 9 -room bunga low, with modern cenvenienccs, in cluding heating . plant, ' on College street. Easy terms. Apply C. W. Miles, Jr. 7-4t LOST A little wish bone pin be tween the First Christian Church and the Union Station. Reward of fered. Finder will please return. Phone 141 W. Mrs. S. T. Hanna. WANTED Motormen and Con ductors, experience unnecessary; be ginners 26 cents per hour. Perma nent work. No labor trouble. Free lodging for one month. Also one good car barn man. Mobile Light and Railroad Co., Mobile, Ala. 8-3t FOR SALE-By the acre, fine clover and timothy bay, from one to ten acres. Also good pasture for stock with plenty of water and shade. Home phone 214. W. A. Pursley, R. F. D. No. 3, Union City, Tenn. 8tf STRAY STEER Taken up. A white-faced red steer, about two years old and dehorned, at my home about seven miles southwest of Un ion City. Owner can take steer by paying for pasture and prico of this advertisement. T. L. Joyner, R. F. D. No. 2, Union City, Tenn. 8-2t r WANTED For our new enlarged modern shops, we want a number of steady workmen. We have good Jobs to offer both skilled and unskilled workers in our Machine Shop, Foun- man of Brownsville, was a visitor in tory. Here are splendid opportunities e c,iy lue3aay Private John A. Jackson, of Camp Mrs. H. H. Gutler and children and Mrs. John Noah, of Tarns, '111., were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Noah last week. Mrs. Aran's hats always include a wide range in style and price. You can be suited in both. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Flanagan, of Clayton, were the guests of Mrs. Flanagan's mother, Mrs. Fannie Wil liams, last week. Mesdames Geo. Dahnke and J. F. Semones were visitors in Memphis this week, returning with Mr. Se mones in his new cars. Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Roberts, Misses Sallie Crockett and Anna Mai Press- ly and Mr. Wallace Smith, of Troy, were in the city Tuesday. Mrs. J. W. Edwards, of Hohen wald, arrived in the city Tuesday and is a guest at the home of her brother, W. J. Edwards, Jr Don't throw away your old hats. We clean, dye and reshape Panamas, Mrs. R. M. Caldwell has returned Felts, Leghorns, Milans and Hemps into the latest styles. Prices reason able. The Thompson Hat Shop, over 5. D. Woosley's Grocery, Union City, Tenn. 5tf Mrs. John Hincmon and grand daughters, of Littlo Rock, Ark., are in the city visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Reynolds. Mr. Milton Moore, who was mar ried here a few week3 ago, and left as a volunteer for Camp Gordon, is reported to be transferred again. Mrs. S. J. Millard and Miss Clare Parks are in Washington City this week as visitors. Mrs. Millard went to sec Mr. Millard at Pittsburg, Pa. Col. A. F. McConnell, of Nash ville, was in the city Monday and Tuesday looking after 3orae business connected with the N., C. & St. L. Ry. Dr. Jas. W. Scott, optometrist, wishes to announce that all of his new instruments have arrived and that he is now prepared to examine from Dawson Springs after a visit to her son Hats of straw and silk at Mrs. Aran's. Lovely styles in sailors. Mrs. Emma Moss, of Martin, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Moss last week, Mrs. Hunziker, of Fulton, Mo., is a guest of Mrs. Adam Semones, on Fifth street Miss Mollie Bourne, of Hickman, attended the funeral of Mrs. Fields here Tuesday, Miss Kate Robinson was a visitor this week with Miss Jennie Gale at Columbus, Ky. Disc Records for all talking ma chines. Dietzel's Jewelry Store. Mrs. L. W. Matheny left Thursday for Delaware, Okla., to visit her son, Dudley Matheny. W. M. McCall and wife, of Hum bolut, were the guests of Mrs. Bud Noah Wednesday, llll SfcvX?v m ""I S9 h . J i i m mm jmmt mm m m m m t- m rl If I ir 12--H -. III It isn't so much a matter of what you can afford to pay for clothes as what you can afford to waste. I ou want to be as well dressed as ever, at the least possible expense. It's sign of American loyalty. Here at this store we sell all-wool, well-tailored clothes of the finest quality. They'll wear a long time and keep their shape; save your money. You'll be as .well dressed as you'll care to be. They're Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes; guaranteed to satisfy. $22.50 $25.00 $27.50 Copyright Hart Schaffner tc Marx' You see here one of the sea son's smartest , Varsity Fifty Fifty suits; cheerful in color and style. It's suitable for every day wear or for informal even ing affairs. There are many more here that you'll like. Other makes, $16.00 to $20.00 The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes W. G. CLAGETT COMPANY Lieut. Vernon Watson, who has been stationed at Park Field, near Memphis, is in Union City this week visitine relatives and friends. Lieu Mr. Hub Sullivan, now a business your eyes scientifically with the most tenant Watson has completed his training as aviator and goes to field for bright young men to learn quick ly, valuable trades that command high wages. We have one of the largest and best equipped shops in the South. Write at once or call Southern Engine & Boiler Works, Jackson, Tenn. WANTED To exchange for De Camp Glass Casket stock. I have a chestnut, . five-year-old registered saddle and fine harness show stallion that I want to sell or will exchange for DeCamp Glass Casket stock. This horse is a real fine show horse and carries the blood of the world's greatest champions. He is in excel lent condition and is making a splen did season in District No. Seven. Books to go with horse when traded Call or write Dr. H. G. Robinson, Union City, Tenn. 7-2t Class Recital. The pupils of Mr. E. C. Ownby will give a recital at the First ChriS' tian Church Tuesday evening, May 28, at 8 o'clock. Public cordially invited. Admission free. 8-2t TROY. Mr. Hurt Rochelle, who is working In Union City, visited homefolks Saturday night and Sunday. Miss Dudley, the Delineator wo man, was in town Saturday. Messrs. Frank and Lucian Cal noun visited at the home of their uncle, S.- H. McGowen, at Ebenezer last Wednesday. Little Margaret Watson visited her aunt, Mrs. Ross Brown, at Sardis re cently. Master Ellis Huey spent several days recently with his sister, Mrs. Urie Toombs, at Beech. Mr. Ed Marshall, of Union City, attended the Red Cross speaking Fri day night and visited in the home of Mrs. Lula Moffatt. Lela Neely visited her aunt, Mrs. Lela Cravens, near Woodland last week. Mr. Bailey Coley, who is camp for military training, came home re cently and spent several days with homefolks in Number Seven. He spent a few days with his sister, Mrs. Malcolm Callis, near Pleasant Hill. Mr. Jim Smith and family leave to day for Arkansas to make their home. Class Recital. Miss Rose Sullivan announces to the public that she will present her music class in annual recital at the Methodist Church in Union City Tuesday night, May 28, and that everyone is cordially invited to be present. , Gordon, Ga., visited his brother, W. E. Jackson, last week. Mrs. J. W. Burney left this week for Crenshaw, Miss., to visit her niece, Mrs. Ethel Daniels. Second-hand flower pots and sau cers at about half price of new; also two step flower stands. 0. Dircks. miss fanme Mott jjrisxm was a visitor last week in McKenzie attend ing school commencement. Rev. and Mrs. R. M. Walker were in Fulton Tuesday as visitors in the home of Rev. J. W. Waters. Mrs. Chas. Kaiser and children, of Humboldt, were in the city this week visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. W. B. Cunningham and little daughter are in McKenzie this week visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Witherspoon and family, of Number Four, were in the city Monday shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ferguson, of Obion, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. E Jackson Saturday and Sunday. Second-hand flower pots and sau cers at about half price of new; also two step flower stands. 0. Dircks, Mr. Harry Fields and sister, Miss Ernestine, of Chattanooga, visited Mrs. W. D. Williams this week. Mrs. Corker Jackson and little daughter, Catherine Ann, have re turned from a visit to Memphis Rev. H. ,A. Todd went to Hot Springs, Ark., this week to attend the Southern Baptist Convention Mrs. John Garth and daughter Miss Charlotte, of Hickory, N. C, are here visiting rolatlvo3 r.nd friends, Mr. Morton Kimbrough, of Halls Tenn., was a visitor in the city this week, calling on Mica Ethel Hender son. Miss Ruby Mays will return home in a few days after a visit to rela tives and friends at Alamo and Mem phis. Mr. Odus Williams and family, of near Protemus, were the guests of Mrs. . Fannie Williams Monday and Tuesday. Second-hand flower pots and sau cers at about half price of new; also two step flower stands. 0. Dircks, Mrs. Peter Prather has been very sick at home In Woodland Mills, but we understand is reported to be Im proving, s - Mr. Jerre Malone, traveling for the Mayfleld Woolen Mills, Is sched uled to return home Sunday for a few days visit. up-to-date instruments on the mark et. He invites you to call and in spect his optical department. Mrs. Chas. Tomerlin and children, Dorothy and Sara Kate, of Cleveland, Ohio, are in the city for a visit in the home of Mr, and Mrs. H. T. Rob inson. Mrs. Lelia Green, of Dallas, Texas, and Mrs. Bettie Reed, of Water Val ley, Ky., are in the city visiting In the homo of Mr. and Mm. J. L. Mosier. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Scatcs were in Memphis this week in the interest or the Childs Specialty House. They were accompanied home by Prof. W, E. Scates. Mrs. C H. Jenks has been very sick for two weeks from the effects of a case of mumps, but was reported by Mr. Jenks to bo much better yes terday after a few days improvement The U. S. War Department an nounces the safe landing in France of Corporal Fred A. Nailling and Messrs. J. C. and W. T. Harris, the former from Fort Oglethorpe and the latter from Fort Washington. Mr. Vernon Verhine, who has been stationed at Camp Gordon for sever al weeks in military service, is home for a few days furlough on account of illness. He was in yesterday shak ing hands with a number of friends, Where do you eat and drink? After all Forrester's place is the best. Mr. J. T. Foster and son, J3rown, accompanied by Misses Lillian Rhae Smith and Ruby Dillon and Mes dames J. T. McCutchen and R. E. Hellen, of Ridgely, Tenn., were in the city yesterday going to Martin for a visit. They came thru in a car. Mrs. A. L. Brevard has for her guests Mrs. William Battle Malone, Sr., and little granddaughter, Chloe Burch, and Miss Margaret Wynne, or Memphis. Mrs. Malone is the mother of Dr. Battle Malone,' who has organized a hospital unit for Red Cross service in France. W. J. Caldwell, of Rivc3, in con versation the other day informed us that his son, Waller B., spoken of last week as Major Caldwell, was only a captain, but was taking the place of major while acting as one of the Instructors in the work of training soldiers. work in Texas as instructor to re main until called to France. The friends are glad to see this former Union City citizen. Nice line candy, fruits and cigars at Forrester's. Shoppers and visitors here Tues day were Mrs. W. D. Moore and daughter, Miss Willie May, Trimble; Mr. and Mrs. M. Austin and daugh ter, Dr. W. O. Taylor, Mrs. C. Ram sey, Mrs. W. Fowler, Kenton; Mes dames Prather, Hubbard and Moore, Hickman; Monday visitors from Trimble wore Messrs. Burney Alphin, J. H. Moore, A. Jackson and M. L. Pierce. P. R. Moultrie Dead. P. R. Moultrie, aged about' 40 years, died Wednesday, May 8, at the Baptist Memorial Hospital in Memphis. Mr. Moultrie had been ill only a few days. He was carried to Mem phis Sunday night for an operation for peritonitis. The operation was performed immediately upon arrival, and he was thought to be better. Tuesday he grew worse and his wife and relatives summoned. Death fol lowed Wednesday morning at 7 o'clock. Mr. Moultrie was a prominent farmer, who resided near Hornbeak. He was the son of John Moultrie and wife, and a grandson of the late Logan Moultrie, one of the pioneer citizens of the county. He was the son-in-law of A. M. Moultrie, of this city, having married his eldest daughter, Lelia, who, with four chil dren, survives him. Mr. Moultrie al so leaves a father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. John Moultrie, three broth ers, Charles, Homer and Laus Moul trie, two sisters, Mrs. John Cloar, of Troy, and Miss Retta Moultrie, of Hornbeak. The remains were brought to Obion Wednesday night and carried to Hornbeak. Funeral services were conducted there Thurs day by Revs. John R. Williams and Tuton. Obion County Enterprise. RED CROSS NOTES. Miss Clare Parks is temporarily absent from the city and during her absence Miss Mays has charge of the work room. The quota assigned for the month is well under way, Monday being the banner day, when 1,100 dressings were made that afternoon. In the hospital garments depart ment good work is being done and many suits of underwear being made. Tuesday a number of ladles from the Seventh Civil District came In and spent the day sewing on these gar ments. The following come under the special donations that have recently been received: Union City Higf School basket ball girls, $32; Mrs. C. W. Brevard, $3; 32 cents from a party given by little folks and handed in by Mary Virginia Miles; Mrs, A. E. McCon nell's Sunday school class at Beulah, $10; Hazelwood school in Number Seven, $24; 21 cents from the Sul livan children; McConnell public school, $34; Corum & Jackson, $10. Any member of the Red Cross chapter, desiring to do so, can appear before the executive committee on Tuesday afternoon, take the oath of allegiance and be granted the privil ege of wearing the regular Red Cross uniform. Following are the speakers for the Red Cross campaign in Obion County: Harris, May 20, 8:30 p. m., F. Smith. Shady Grove, May 20, 8:30 p. m. W. E. Hudgins. Mount zion, May zo, 8:30 p. m. C. N. Lannom. wooaiana muis, May zz, 8:30 p, m., F. J. Smith. Crystal, May 20, 8:30 p. m J. A, Whipple. Clayton, May 20, 8:30 p. m., John A. Caldwell. Rives, May 22, 8:30 p. m., Rice A. Pierce. Pleasant Hill, May 20, 8:30 p. m. J. L. Fry. Hornbeak, May 22, 8:30 p. m., E. Protemus, May 20, 8:30 p. m J. Randall Farris. Union City, May 20, 8:30 p. m., Over-Sea Speaker, Rice A Pierce. Union City, May 19, 3:30 p. m., Gov. Tom C. Rye, fair grounds. Pleasant Valley, May 21, 8:30 p. m., C. N. Lannom. Glass, May 21, 8:30 p. m., Rev. F. O. Howell. Obion, May 21, 8:30 p. m., J. M. Brice and H. A. Todd. South Fulton, May 21, 8:30 p. m., W. H. Swiggart and C. W. Miles. McConnell, May 20, 8:30 p. m.,, Rev. F. O. Howell. Pierce, May 21, 8:30 p. m., J. A. Whipple. Polk Station, May 20, 8:30 p. m.,, C. P. Wilson and Rev. H. A. Todd. You will not be nsked for contri butions on any of these dates. Every body should come out. Surgeons agree that in cases of Cuts, Burns, J3:ui3es and Wounds, tho FIRST TREATMENT is most Im portant. When an EFFICIENT an tiseptic is applied promptly, there Is no aanger or infection and the wound begins to heal at once. For us on man or beast, BOROZONE is the IDEAL ANTISEPTIC and HEAL ING AGENT. Buy it now and be ready for an emergency. Price 25c, 60c, $1.00 and $1.60. Sold by Oliver Drug Co. Real Estate Transfers. W. J. Harbison to L. A. Roberts, 72 acres in No. 6, $6,920. F. E. Brown and wife to R. H, Crude, 107 acres in No. 6, $6,500. ' A. Wilson and wife to J. J. Tom- linson, 6 lots in No. 15, $300. " J. B. Waddell, Tr., to Mrs. Alice Harpole, 75 acres in No. 1, $6,000. Jno. T. Walker. Tr.. to G. B. White, lot in No. 13, $500. Dahnke, Elam & Pardue to Edgar J. Owen and wife, lot in No. 13, $600. W. S. Barnett and wife to C. W. Lasater, 30 acres la No. 5, $6,000.1 m, H E. m. Green arid John A- Caldwell. Samburg, May 20, 2:30 p. Rice A. Pierce and E. J. Green. Troy, May 22, 8:30 p. m., W, Swiggart and Dr. C. W. Miles. McAnna, May 20, 8:30 p. m., J. Green and Rice A. Pierce. , sunnysido, May 21, 8:30 p John A. Caldwell. Kenton, May 20", 8:30 p. m., T. O Morris. Elbridge, May 23, 8:30 p. m., Rice A. Pierce and E. J. Green. Cloverdale, May 21, 8:30 p. U. S. McCaslin. Cunningham, May 20, 8:30 p, U. S. McCaslin. Beech Church, May 20, 8:30 p. m., T. M. Carney. Mason Han, May 21, 8:30 p, T. O. Morris. m., m., m., Circuit Court. Court continues in session this week with quite a number of hear ings. The civil and State dockets are both in use and the court has had two busy weeks. The Barnett will case will be called Monday. Fol lowing have been heard: J. T. Hagan vs. Will Griffin, Judg ment in favor plaintiff for $52. Mrs. S. A. Simmons vs. W. J. Woods, judgment in favor of plain tiff $198.22. B. C. Bramham vs. W. P. 'rJash, Judgment in favor of plaintiff for sum of $300 and costs. Howell Hicks and W. W. Hamblin vs. R. B. Marshall, Judgment favor ot plaintiffs for $25. J. H. Head vs. Scott Wiley and E. J. Green,' judgment favor of plaintiff for boat and engine. S. D. Stallings vs. Fletcher Moore and Dr. J. L. Baker, Judgment in favor of plaintiff for $250 with un derstanding that he still owns mule. Will Hamblin and J. R. McCain vs. R. B. Marshall, Judgment in favor of plaintiffs for $65. STATE DOCKET. Pistol cases: Jas. H. Smith, fined $50. Mead Tanner, fined $50. Sam Fink, fined $50. Bone dry: ? Ira Thomas, fined $50. C. L. Fisher, fined $50. L. H. Thielman, fined $50. Joe Taylor, fined $50. Ell Brown, fined $50. Ghent Jackson, fined $50. Reuben Wells, fined $50, in work- house. ' Jim Jones, fined. $50. Ed Ridgeway, ' fined $50. C. F. Cloys, fined $50. A prudent mother la alwav the watch for symptoms of wormn in her children. Paleness, lack of in terest in play, and oeevishnesa i va signal for WHITE'S CREAM VERM- u uuju. A lew dosees of thla otpai. lent remedy puts an end to tho worms and the child DOOH fl.ct.fi Tint nr. ally. Price 30c per bottle. Sold by Oliver Druy Co, .