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Wriglit's Cafe For Dinner or a Nice Lunch. We study to please. The place you get service. A sanitary place to eat For ladies as well as gents. J We. want you to feel at home when in our place of business EL P. WRIGHT 4iiUW Succeasor to A. C Kirkland. . CLASSIFIED ADS .FOR SALE Early tomato slips ready for market. H. L. Curlin, Phono 49, Woodland Mills, Tenn. 2tf FOR SALE Seed corn, Roper va riety; made 75 bushels last year JUso good Hoosier corn planter. Ap Blv to J. P. Cloar. 2tf LOCAL AND PERSONAL LOST Ladies gold wrist watch black ribbon, with engraved letters .Tt. T. C. to Freddie. Reward. Leave information at this office. 9-lt FOR SALE Two flno full-blooded Duroc Jersey male hogs, weight about 150 pounds each. Phone 3 3 4-J A. E. Kirkland. 9tf FOR SALE One modern home on Cheatham street, more than acre of lot. Six rooms, 'bath. Easy terms .Apply C. W. Miles, Jr. 7-4t FOR SALE One 9 -room bunga- low with modern cenveniences, in eluding heating plant, on College treet. Easy terms. ' Apply C. W, .Miles, Jr. 7-4t SLIPS FOR SALE Porto Rica yam, Nancy Hall, Triumph, and Florida yam, queen and yellow yam, $2.50 per thousand. Phono 302 J. J. B. Akin, Union City, Tenn. Special Notice. On account of the scarcity of labor and help I will on June 1, 1918, dis continue hitching. Appreciating past favor3, I am Your3 truly, 9-2t PRESTON HOUSER. $20 reward for the return, or information leading to the recov ery of a. heart-shaped brooch, set with pearls, lost in Union City recently. Call telephone 400. E. H. RUST. 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 hay, 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 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 Statement of the Condition of THE FARMERS EXCHANGE BANK Located at Union City, Tennessee, at the close of business Mar 10,. 1913. RESOURCES. ! Coans and discounts . $141,099.07 "Overdrafts 1.328.24 Bonds and Stocks and War rants ami Liberty Bonds... 30,750.00 .Banking house 7,000.00 Furniture and fixtures 4,000.00 -Actual cash on hand....... $12,436.57 Due from banks and bankers, on demand . 75,597.92 Exchanges' for. Clearing House ; 843.20 JDue from banks and - bankers, not on demand. . 7,533.37 Total : $28038.37 UABIUTIES. Capital stock paid in ..... $50,000.00 Undivided profits less ex nenses and taxes paid 4.762.66 54,762.66 Individual deposits subject to check 214,636.59 Due to banks and bankers on demand 166.62 Total demand deposits 214,803.21 Time certificates of deposit 11,072.50 225,875.71 Total - 280,638.37 STATE OF TENNESSEE. COUNTY OF OBION. I. R. E. White, Cashier of the above named liank, do solemnly swear that the above state ment is true, and gives the actual condition of -said bank as shown by the books on file in said bank. R. E. WHITE. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 15th day of May. 1918. HUNTER EI.AM, Notary Public. (Seal). Correct Attest: HARRIS PARKS. ' W. U WHITE. . J. V. CARTER, Directors. Dr. E. H. White, of Rives, was a visitor here Wednesday. Miss Bla Petty was the week-end guest of. Miss Hazelle Mays. "Aunt Em" Stultz is visiting rela tives in Memphis this week. A man's earning power is practic ally always dependent upon his eye sight; wear Scott's glasses and in crease your income. Mrs. Ann Howell and daughter Mrs. Scott, spent Tuesday in Ken ton. Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Brooks and children, of Hickman, were herjp Sun day. H. A. Compton Is enjoying a week with his son who is in Nashville at work. Use Dahnke-Walker Milling Co Jersey Cream Flour, a home product ind guaranteed. Mr. and Mrs. Irby McFarland, of Humboldt, are Mrs. Ella Howse's visitors this week. Misses Mary Ramsey and Leiron Braden, of Kenten, are guest3"in the home of Miss Lorine Morgan. Mrs. Geo. Brooks and sons, Dan and John, and Frank Bushart, of Martin, motored over Sunday. Screen Doors. Union City Lum ber Co. Mrs. N. G. Morris, Mis3 Carrie Morris and Nathan Morris, of Ful ton, were in the city Tuesday. Mrs. T. F. Thomson and baby, of Fulton, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W, R. Webster on Florida avenue. Mrs. Jas. Cunningham and babies have returned from an extended vis it to friends in Greenwood, Miss. Always open Hamilton's Cafe. Miss Maggie Sellars, of near Ful ton, is in the, city a guest at the home of her brother, Rev. G. T. Sel lars. W. J. Erwin, of Troy, we under stand, is in Memphis this week for surgical treatment in one of the hos pitals. Col. R. E. Gardner, of St. Louis, will arrive to-morrow for a short visit with Mr. Harris Parks and oth er friends. RUB-MY-TISM Antiseptic, Relieves Rheumatism, Sprains, Neuralgia, etc. Jas. R. Moffatt, Jas. W. Pressly and Mr. Curry, of Troy, were in the city Wednesday as witnesses in the Barnett will case. , Attorneys Walter Draper and John Drane, of Dyersburg, were here Tues day looking after some legal matters in the Circuit Courc. Break your Cold or LaGrippe with a few doses of 666. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Morgan, Misses Lorine Morgan, Mary Ramsey, Adelle Todd and Leiron Braden motored to Fulton Thursday night. Mrs. W. W. Mays and daughter, Miss Hazelle, leave Sunday for a visit with relatives and friends '.n Nashville and Lebanon. Milans, hemps and charming ef fectsin hats at Mrs. Aran's. W. D. Walker, traveling for the Union City Manufacturing Co., is in for a few days getting his reports made and samples for another, trip. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Wiley and Miss Hazelle Mays, accompanied by Rev, J. Randall Farris, attended the Red Cross meeting at Protemus last Tues day night. Midsummer hats,' all styles, re ceived this week at Mrs. Aran's. Mrs. .Sam Hopper and Mrs. W. I. Garrett went to Brucc's Saturday where they attended a family re union. They were Joined Sunday by Messrs. Hopper and Garrett. Mrs. Ollie Nichols, who is very proud of her garden, sends us a rad ish by Mr. Nichols, weighing 9r ounces. It is a fine one, fresh and firm and a very fine sample of war gardening. , ' Try the best Lawn Mower made. The price is right at WEEMAN'S. Messrs. F. L. Pittman, C. L. An drews, B. F. Howard, Dr. H. W. Quails and R. R. Rose entertained Sergt. Adams, machinist with Lieut. Dawson, at lunch Monday at the Palace Hotel. Miss Sammie Faust, who has been with Miss Gertrude Pardue as trim mer, left Wednesday for her home at Little Rock, Ark. Mrs. L. W. Matheny returned Wed nesday from a pleasant visit to her sister at Memphis and her son kt Delaware, Okla. Miss Miriam Edwards returned this week from St. Louis, where she has been attending the Lennox Hall School at University City, Mo. Paint your home now with paint that is guaranteed against cracking, scaling or chalking, for $2.5Q-per gallon and buy it at WEHMAFS. " Mr. Sparkman, who has been teaching iu the Westover School, left Wednesday for his home in Salsbury, Tenn., whence he expects an early call to camp. The police force in Union City Sunday, including Chief Josh Adams,1 T. P. Noah, Oscar Roper, Dock Car ter, was reinforced with the help of W. D. Williams, R. L. Dodd, of Jack son, and the Boy Scout3. There were no disturbances, but it wa3 a very busy day for all the men. ' That good, high standerd, fire test, Cylinder Oil for only 50c per gallon at WEHMAN'S. Ford special, Dr. C. W. Miles, Sr., spoke at Ful ton last Tuesday night for the Red Cross work, and he i3 glad indeed to report a delightful reception. They were very cordiaf and compliment ary. One of the citizens, a Baptist minister, told the Doctor that his was the best speech he had heard Something new all the time at Hamilton's Cafe, near Union Station. Mrs. Nannie Little was in receipt of a telegram yesterday, announcing the death of Miss Kate Monsarratt in Louisville, Ky. Miss Monsarratt and her sister left lief'e a few years ago and located in Louisville.- The remains were shipped to arrive yes terday and will be buried here, the kind friends of the family in Union City taking care of the remains. Second-hand flower pots and sau cers at about half price of new; also two step flower stands. 0. Dircks Lieut. Joe Dawson wa3 met on his arrival in Union City by the recep tion committee, headed by B. F. Howard, who took charge of the airman when he alighted from his machine and proceeded to the speak ers stand. Quite a number of enter tainments were planned for Mr, Dawson, who was denied the pleas ure on account of the accident at Fulton. Don't throw away your old hats. We clean, dye and reshape Panamas, Felts, Leghorns, Milans and Hemps into the latest styles. Prices reason able. The Thompson Hat Shop, over S. D. Woosley's Grocery, Union City, Tenn. 5tf Mrs. M. B. Murtagh and little daughter, of Denver, Colo., are in tiio city visiting relatives and, friends. Mrs. Murtagh is remember ed as Miss Wootson Davis. She is tha wife of a well kaown organist of Denver, and tells U3 that they will soon locate in Portland, Orcg., where Mr. Murtagh is to be organist in one of the largest theatre3. The; theatrical organs aro gigantic af fairs which reproduce any Knd of music or any known sound and they are immense in size and constffic- aon. It takes an artist to operate one and this is what Mr. Murtagh is. Buv Good Clothes. You Can't Afford Any Others! in hi NERVOUS PROSTRATION May be Overcome by Lydia E. Pinkham' Vegetable Compound This Letter Proves It Went Philadelnhia. Pa. "Durinc? tha thirty yean I have been married, I have oeen in oaa neaiia X !) t !M(1' r and bad several at tacks of nervous prostration until it seemed as if the organs in my whole body were worn out. I was finally persuaded to try Lydia E. Pinkham Vegetable Com pound and it made a well woman of me. I can now do all my housework and advise all ailing women to try Lydia R Pinkham's vegetable Com pound and I will guarantee they will derive great benefit from it." Mrs. Frank Fitzgerald, 25 N. 41st street, West Philadelphia, Pa. There are thousands oi women every where in Mrs. Fitzgerald's condition, suffering from nervousness, backache, headaches, and other symptoms of a functional derangement It was a grateful spirit for uealth restoredwhich led her to write this letter so that other women may benefit from her experience and trad health as sne nas aone. For uncrcrMtioTis in reeard to vour con dition write Lydia E. Pinkham "Medicine Co .1 Lvnn. Mass. The result or their 40 years experience is at your service. It isn't so much a matter of what you can afford to pay for clothes as what you can afford to waste. You want to be as i well dressed as ever at the least possible expense. It's a 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 Si 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 Mrs. Lester Bennett and little daughter arrived Tuesday and are spending a few day3 with Mr. and Mrs. Jasper White. Since Mr. Ben nett was ordered to camp, Mrs. Ben nett will make her home at their old' home in Kentucky, near Fulton. New hats in midsummer styles at Mrs. Aran's at prices that you can afford., Our friend, T. R. Clark, tells us that his son, George Dahnke, will be home next week on a furlough from Fort Brady, Mich., and that his daughter, Mrs. .D. B. Paddock, ar rives from Clifton, Ariz., this week, and that he and Mrs. Clark will be glad to see them. Speaking by Ex-Governor Patterson. R. W. Moran, field secretary of Anti-Saloon League of America, was in the city yesterday arranging for a union meeting at the Methodist Church in Union City Wednesday night, May 29, at 8:30 o'clock, with an address by former Governor Pat terson, who will talk on the subject of "Some Compensations of War?" Everybody is invited to be present. Bed Cross Campaign. Dr. W. M. Turner, chairman of the Red Cross War Fnnd, and his assistants in the work are to be congratulated over the results. The total subscriptions in cash alone will total nearly $16,000. Besides a large subscription in Obion an extra donation in the way a fine hog was given. - In number Fourteen the cash was only $300, but a car load of hogs are to be shipped and the proceeds donated, one-half to the chapter at Obion and one-half to the war fund. These hogs are to be fed thirty days before they are shipped, and at that time it is estimated they will be worth about two thousand dollars. Number Twd raised a subscription of $1,050 and a mule. The returns by districts in cash are as follows: 1 $ 530 2 1,050 3 4 700 5 550 6 750 7 400 8 1,035 8 ... 512 10 ' 250 11 . 300 12 ......v 13 ., 6,200 14 300 15 1,704 16 1,500 Total 15,731 , Reports have not been received from Numbers Three andi Twelve, but it is safe now to say that the county will be way over the top with between sixteen and twenty thou sand dollars. - EIVES. Mr. Amos Corbitt, of Waverly, Is here with his brother, Mr. George Corbitt," who continues ill. Mrs. T. T. Russell has come in from a stay thru the winter and spring in Abilene, Texas, and io now the guest of Mrs. Geo. Corbitt. Monroe McCowan has purchased the McfCaw property on Caldwell avenue. Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Marlin were end of the week guests of Dr. and Mrs. Palmer at Moffatt Heights. Rev. Reub, a young minister yet in college, has been in looking for a suitable residence - to locate here. This point is convenient to the sev eral congregations of this very prom ising student. We shall be glad to have Rev. and Mrs. Reub make their home in our midst. Thru the wonted thoughtfulness of Mesdames Anselmo Harris and W, C. Farris this community is hereby notified and especially invited to take .part Sabbath next in the deco ration day at East View Cemetery. A special program will follow the decoration of the graves. Rev. J. H. Thomas will be here Sabbath with his congregation. Mesdames Chester Phcbus and Jim Wise were spend-the-day guests Wednesday with Mrs. W. D. Webster, Much interest is taken thruout Red Cross working rooms in the spring shearing of President Wilson's sheep. This wool. In two-pound packages, will be sent out to the Governors of forty-five States to be sold at public auction as a benefit to the Red Cross. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. McCaw have plans for building a modern bunga low during the summer. Their com modious home on West Quality will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Hal Cotton. Herschel Womack, five-year-old eon of Mr. and Mrs. Woose Womack, after an illness of weeks duration died Saturday night with heart fail ure superinduced by complications of indigestion. The little follow, as sisted by the local physicians, Drs. White and Callicott, and Dr. Hib bitts, of Union City, made a brave fight for life. His death came sud denly while his mother and father had gone out on the gallery. The funeral was held Sabbath afternoon by Rev. J. L. Boyd in the nearby church and interment in the town cemetery. Besides his parents, three brothers and three sisters grieve the taking away of little Herschel. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Nelms, of Nash ville, Mr. Jim Nelms, of Fulton, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bennett, of Troy, were here for the burial. The visitation Sunday afternoon of the death angel for the third time here in the past few days has thrown a pall of sorrow over our community. The accidental death of young Mr. Gilbert Brooks, of Sldonia, Weakley County, by collision of his car and a south bound freight on the I. C. R. R., at the W. L. Clemmon3 cross ing was most deplorable. The elder Mr. Brooks and his two daughters narrowly escaped. More than thirty heno had been sent in Tuesday in the shower for the local Red Cross. foQBPfl - W A TMal11 K"nnr Harper and J. F. Holloway were out Tuesday finishing up the Rod Cross war fund drive. Indications are that our quota will be heaped up and running over. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hight leave in a few days to Join Mrs. Burt Hooper at Ripley for a visit to their kins man and a recent selectman, Burt Hooper, stationed at Montgomery, Ala. R. L. Phebus, a well known citi zen and for some four years a . pa tient sufferer of a chronic disease, peacefully passed away last Thurs day afternoon. Rev. Thomas, in his funeral address, said that words of praise could not add to the worth of this good man, for in hi3 daily walk as a neighbor, friend, citizen and churchman he had left his ex cellent record. To those who knew Mr. Phebus well his home life was considered ideal. He leaves a wife in the depths of sorrow, and an own brother, Allen, of Iowa, and sister, Mrs. Dave Pruott, of Waverly; also two half brothers, Mr. Walker Pick ard, of Union City, and Mr. George Pickard, of Oklahoma, two half sis tore, Mrs.- Will Nolon and Mrs. Pul len, of Waverly. The remains were interred iu the Stovall grave yard across the river. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Garden, In from tha West for the obsequies of the late R. L. Phebus, will remain some ton days for a visit with their niece, Mis. Phebus, and other relatives and old friends. Somers Garrett now owns the Hutcherson farm south of town. This Carm contains about two hundred acres. The consideration was $13,000. Mr. Pink Hutcherson left Friday for Cleburne, Texas.' Some fifty young people by special invitation were entertained Monday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Woody in north Rives in hon or of the nineteenth natal day of teir son, Dorence. Dorence is a student for the ministry in the Georgia Robinson Normal, Hender son. Music, games and refreshments of cream and cake are reported pleasurable features of the evening. Young Mr. Woody received numerous nice gifts. Our citizens Thursday afternoon enjoyed the magnificent sight at the depot of seeing a division of some thousand young soldiers from camps in Texas and California en route north drill and take exercise. FOR SALE Sweet potato slips. Call Herman Dietzol, Jr., 558-W.