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SEE AMBASSADOR JAMES W. GERARD'S EE Onn o) Ji U liitnlLIUCil nm ieioWinM J uvJ lac,uiuuiJAiuvJ w39 THE REYNOLDS THEATRE TWO DAI Monday and Tuesday 1 MM W I U l 2 All 13 MATINEE DAILY A production of Facts, not Fiction. Will show what Our Boys are doing "Over There." See what they say about it : Union City, Tenn., May 20, 1918 Mr. A. L. Cox, Manager Reynolds Theatre, City. We wish to thank you for securing the great war picture, "Gerard's Four Years in Germany." This picture should be seen by every man, woman and child. It is one of the greatest educational pictures, as well as a war picture. We have seen this picture and recommend it to the public as being the one attraction of the day. Signed: F. L. PITTMAN, Mayor. CAPT. C. V. ANDREWS. LOWER FLOOR...... 50c BALCONY 25c CHILDREN 25c LOCAL AND PERSONAL. J. M. Roberts, of Mount Zion, was here Sunday. v Slrs. W. R. Phlpps, Martfn, was a Sunday visitor. Mrs. Dan Webster is at home from Columbia, S. C. Miss Mary Helm, of Hickman, was a Tuesday shopper. Nice line candy, fruits and cigars at Forrester's. Mrs. Hiram Wilbanks continues very ill this week. Dr. and Mrs. Jordan, of Hornbeak, are here this week. Mr. Tom Donnell, of Hickman, was a visitor here Sunday. Mrs. Ottie Adams, of Rldgely, was a shopper here Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Milner were Sunday visitors at Kenton. The famous 0. & . Electric Fans may be found in all sizes at WEH MAN'S. Make your selection early. Mr. Zack Corum was a business visitor Tuesday in Memphis. Mrs. Mattie Parks, of Protemus, was a shopper here Tuesday. Mr. and" Mrs. Velma Hollomon spent Sun (Ay in Mason Hall. Mr. Fonzo Kennedy, of Ruther ford, was in the city Sunday. Where do you eat and drink? After all Forrester's place is the best. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Andrews have returned from a visit to Memphis. Mrs. Fannie McDaniel, of , Pro temus, was here Tuesday shopping. Misses Ethel and May Thompson, of Woodland, were Tuesday visitors. Mrs. Dick Scearce and family, of Cayce, Ky., were in the city Sunday. Buy a QUICK MEAL OIL STOVE at WEHMAN'S and you will be high ly pleased. Mr. Carroll P. Wilson, of Troy, was in the city Wednesday on busi ness. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erwin, of Polk, are entertaining a brand new baby boy. Miss Willa Whltson came home from her school work in Martin last Friday. DOUBLE QUICK ICE CREAM FREEZERS make better cream and use less ice. Any size at WEHMAN'S. Mr. Clarence Latimer, of Hope, Ark., is a visitor thi3 week with his mother, Mrs. T. J. Latimer, on Church street. v Leonard Porcelain-lined Refriger ators, the world's greatest ice saver, may be found at WEHMAN'S. Miss Josie Kelley is visiting her sister, Mrs. Mattie Hale, near Mount Zion. Mrs. R. M. Whipple has returned home after a visit with relatives in Nashville. Miss Beatrice Tune, of Troy, spent last week with Mioses Pearl and Ger trude May. Mrs. Will Alexander, of Memphis, is here this week visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Fernstrom and family, of Martin, spent Sunday in Union City. Mrs. Clyde Higgs and Mi3s May Hawkins, of Obion, Were in the city Wednesday. Misses Ruth McCain and Kitty Thompson, of Rutherford, were Tuesday shoppers. Mrs. J. M. Cole is a visitor this week in Huntingdon with her daugh ter, Mrs. J. R. Pitts. Eat at Forrester's. Miss Ethel Bradley and Mrs. Joe Moss and children, of Martin, were here for a visit Saturday. Miss Maggie Burke was a visitor for the week with her sistervoMrs".' Chas. Merryman, at Martin. Mrs. H. H. Cutler, of Tarns, 111., is spending this week with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Noah. H. E. Noah returned Tuesday from Detroit to spend a few days with homefolks before leaving for camp. Miss Ima Nailllng, who has been studying in Boston during the past winter, returned Thursday morning. Mr. John Willis, now connected with railroad scrvico in Toledo, Ohio, was a visitor here this week. Mrs. Ben McCullough, Mrs. C. Jackson and Mrs. Lizzie Garrison, of Mason Hall, were Tuesday shoppers here. Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Cunningham were in McKenzie this week attend ing the funeral of Mrs. Cunning ham's father. Rev. A. I. Owen. Mrs. Cunningham has been with her father for several days during his illness. 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 dry, Boiler Shop and Saw Mill Fac tory. Here are splendid opportunities 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. .. : -i Mrs. R. A. Bransford and little daughter went to Montgomery, Ala., this week to visit Mrs. Locke Alexander. Messrs. Kenney Roberts, Rufus McDaniel, P. W. Moffatt and Wal lace Smith, of Troy, were in the city Sunday. Possession is nine points of the law; if you wear Scott's glasses you don't need the tenth point. Miss Mary Lee Rodgers, who has been teaching domestic science in the Bolivar Gchool, will return home Sunday. Mrs. C. E. Trevathan continues very sick and Mrs. Geo. Corliss, of St. Louis, her daughter, has been called for a visit. Screen Doors and Screen Wire will protect your health and home. A complete stock and the best prices at WEHMAN'S. Misses Zuleime and Vitula Wheel er, Miss Simpson, and Mr. Farmer, of Martin, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Arnn Sunday. ; Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Jones and daughter, Evelyne, of Batesvllle, Ark., are the guests of Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Reynolds and family. The best Refrigerators and Ice Boxes at the lowest prices. Ask about them at WEHMAN'S. Mrs. John H. White and little son, of Pembroke, Ky., are visiting Mrs. Whife's father, Mr. Arch Thompson, northeast of town. J. S. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Shel ton and Mr. and Mrs. John Lane were here Sunday from Moscow at tending the Red Cross exercises. Doing good is the only certain happy action of a man's life. Wear ing glasses made by Scott is doing good to your eyes. 4 Mrs. F. B. Caldwell, Mrs. Lizzie Vance, Mrs. Joe Graham, Mrs. Pow ell Cloar and Mr. andMrs. E. E. Owen went to McKenzie Wednesday to attend the funeral of Rev. A. I. Owen, father of E. E. Owen of this city. Deceased died Tuesday after noon, May 21, 1918, after a few days illness from a stroke of paraly sis. Mr. Owen was formerly a resi dent of this county and a most ex cellent man. For some years he was in the ministry of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Very quiet in manner he was' a thoro Christian gentleman and esteemed here by a large number of citizens. RED CROSS NOTES. In the surgical dressings 6,000 8 by 4 inches, compresses have been finished and also 1,800 small cotton pads. A, letter was sent to Atlanta asking for another allotment, but on account of the Red Cross drive, head quarters thought best to ask for no more work this month, so work in that department will be closed till the first of next month. The chairman of the hospital gar ments department has been very much disappointed over failure to 're ceive garments as ordered and over not being able to supply the auxil iaries with work, but a new order has been sent for 40 dozen suits of underwear and they will be dis tributed over the county as soon as received. . , We welcomed Mrs. Whipple back at tne workrooms after an absence of several weeks which she was re gaining her health. Members of the executive commit tee were granted permission to wear regulation Red Cross uniform and any member of chapter so desiring can do so by appearing before the committee and making proper ap plication. The treasurer reported seven new members for the past week and the following special donations: A friend, $1; 600 Club, $9..26; Amona Sunday school class, Baptist Church, $22.25; Miss Vivienne White's school, $38.10; Sunnyside ladies, $58.34; Hornbeak, 40 new feather pillows with two cases for each. Death of J. T. McMurfy. Mr. Tucker McMurry died at his home in Union City Wednesday night, May 22, 1918, after an Illness of some length of dropsy. Mr. Mc Murry had been to Dawson Springs recently, but failed to receive lasting benefits from the water and the science and skill of physicians. Mr. McMurry was 44 years of age. A few years ago he was married to Miss Myrtle Northern, of Caruthers ville, Mo. There are no children The survivors are Mrs. McMurry, hl3 mother, Mrs. R. M. Caldwell; a step brother, Elva Caldwell; step Bisters, Mrs. Brice Rone, Mrs. Henry Hudson; half sisters and brother, Misses Dixie and Ruth Caldwell, Mrs. Clarence Clay, Mrs. Harry Mc Daniel and Mr. Sid Caldwell. Mr. McMurry was a church mem ber and esteemed as a man of fine character and citizenship. Prayer service will be held at the residence of Mrs. R. M. Caldwell, South Third street, this morning at 9 o'clock and funeral at Old Fremont at, 10:30. Services will be conducted by Revs. Raymond White and J. Randall Far ris. The pall bearers are: Brice Rone, Harry McDaniel, Hen ry Hudson, Clarence Clay, Roy Mc Daniel, Fate Maupin. NUMBER SEVEN. Miss Myrtle Wagster spent last week with her sister, Mrs. Laster Handsbrough. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Duncan and family were Saturday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mo3e Tanner. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Penn were Sun day guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Penn. Mrs. Dora Castleman, of Lacenter, Ky., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Carter. Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Howard, of Un ion City, spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stone. . H. R. Price was in Fulton Saturt day and Sunday to seo his brother-in-law who i3 very ill. Mr. and Mrs. George Gardner, of Oklahoma, are visiting relatives here. Mrs. Joe Jackson, of Mount Pelia, spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. George W. Stovall. Mrs. I. H. Ethridge has visitors this week from Middle Tennessee. Mr. D. Glass ia visiting his daugh ter, Mrs. Bert Clement. Dr. and Mrs. M. Taylor, Mrs. Wil son, Miss Marie Tayloi and Miss Braden, of Kenton, attended the burial of Mr.'R. L. Phcbus pt Stov all's Cemetery Friday, and Miss Braden will spend a few days in the homo of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stovall. Mr. and Mrs. Leburn Clement and Mr and Mrs. Wilkes visited in Ruth erford Sunday. . . Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Davis spent Sunday in Union City. Mr. Billie Tanner and sister, Miss Mozelle, were Sunday guest3 of Miss Mabel Bryson. Dr. Johnson, of Martin, filled the pupilt Sunday at Obion Chapel. It was announced during services that there would be children's day there cn the first Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Will Chapel, near Lem's store, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Chapel. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Stovall were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Bell. CRYSTAL. Harry McDaniel is acting as super intendent of the Sunday school at Antioch, and Todd Thomas at Mount Olive. They both used to have lots of relatives to visit on Sunday but since they have been in office they stay by their Job. I have often heard it said if you will chain a dog you will make a fine watch dog out of him. It is recorded in Holy Writ that Delilah was the first woman to ever give a man a hair cut. The trim mings she gave Samson had such serious after effects that men have ever afterward preferred male bar bers, but if this war continues much, longer there will be lots of Delilahs. Mrs. R. E. White, of Beech, re turned home Monday after visiting friends and relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McDaniel vis ited in Woodland Sunday. Rev. Raymond White preached at Antioch Sunday. It being com munion day a large audience was present. A program is is being completed for children's day at Antioch the first Sunday afternoon in June. Sam Jones and family were re turning from church Sunday in his noted Maxwell car. Turning the corner at a lively clip the car was seen to sway to the right and left and then flounce over in the ditch. No one was hurt and the car was all right with the exception of a bent axle. . If the people will open their pocket books like they did with their presence at the Red Cross drive in Union City Sunday Number Three will go over the top and out of sight. The continued rains are getting the farmers so iar behind tnat it will take weeks and weeks of dry weather and hard labor to catch up. The Mount Olive congregation are delighted to know they will have the pleasure of hearing Rev. G. H. Stigler, of Oklahoma, who will as sist the pastor in a series of meet ings during August. Rev. Stigler is one of the most fluent speakers la the Baptist denomination, and you will be well paid to come and hear him. JIM RUSS. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Fate Cum mings Tuesday morning, twin boys. All-day service will be held at Mount Olive next Sunday. Mr. Albert Pinion had the mis fortune of damaging his car Sunday afternoon. X.