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When the mercury
rites and keeps ru
ing when the sun
sizzles when hu
manity swelters
then it is that
Clothes are marvels
of comfort.
Clothes for Men and
Young Men are
made of splendid
American fabrics,
and that's another
reason why you
should select them.
Every man who
wears a KEEP.KOOL
Suit advertises him
self as a practical
patriot t
Sold in Union City
Morgan-Verhine Go.
Memorial Service.
A number of the Confederate vet
erans went to Obion Sunday to at
tend the Robt. Cunningham memori
al serlve. Speeches were made by
Dr. McRee, Col. Tom Inman, Esq. E
N. Moore and Mr. Wll3on. The life
of their comrade and citizen was
memorialized in the highest terms
You've tried the rest, now try the
best Jersey Cream Flour.
, New Home.
The frame work of Mrs. Anna B.
Morgan's new homo on Exchange
street is finished. The carpenters
are now putting on the roof and will
soon be doing Interior work on a
very" beautiful and typical modern
cottage home.
lie Terrible Pains in Back and
Sides. Cardui Gave Relief.
Marksville, La. Mrs. Alice Johnson,
of this place, writes: "For one year I
suffered with an awful misery in my back
and sides. My left side was hurting; me
all the time. The misery was something
I could not do anything, not even sleep
at night. It kept me awake most of the
night ... I took different medicines, but
toothing did me any good or relieved me
until I took Cardul . . .
I was not able to do any of my work
for one year and I got worse all the time,
was confined to my bed off and on. I got
so bad witn my back that when I stooped
-down I was not able to straighten up
'again ... I decided I would try Cardul
. . By time I had taken the entire bottle
II was feeling pretty good and could
'Straighten up and my pains were nearly
'all gone. , ' , , .
I shall always praise Cardul. I con-
Unued taking It until I was strong and
well." If you suffer from pains due to
jfemale complaints, Cardul may be Just
'what yoQ need. Thousands of women
who once suffered in this way now praise
Cardul for their present good health.
Give it a trial. NC-133
Local and Personal
Eat at Forrester's.
Mr. John Wheeler, of Nashville,
was a visitor here this week.
Mayor P. L. Plttman was a busi
ness visitor in Memphis this week.
Go to the Wright place.
Judge W. H. Swiggart, W. E.
Kudgins and Miss Jeanie Garth went
to Memphis Monday to attend a con
ference of the War Savings Council
to arrange for the present quota
campaign, which is being organized.
- Mr. Harry Lynch, who has been
with P. Hyman In Union City as
salesman for several months, went
to Louisville this week to enlist as
Mr. Harry Gibbs Is here for a few
days after the gun shoot In Mem- a volunteer in military service.. Mr.
Lynch is in the fifth class of the
Dr. and Mrs. j. B. "Havner, of
Troy, were in the city as visitors and
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lasater, of
Hornbeak, were here Monday, visit
ing friends. .
Ton get Kirkland's Xoffee
Wright's Cafe.
T. B. Meador, formerly manager
of the Union City Steam Laundry, is
now a stockholder In a. lannd husi-
Diso Records for all talking; ma- ness and plant at Owensboro, Ky.
chines. Dietzeri Jewelry Store. Mr. and Mrs. Meador have lots of
Mr. John Semones. Sr. w i friendc here who wish them
Mississippi this week looking after prOBperity and happiness.
his cotton farm. I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Blanton and
G. w. Jtersev. bwwI ritin Miss Louise Blanton, and Mr. and
Number Ten. was here Saturday and Mrs- R- Andrews, of the vicinity
pleasant caller.
We have a complete
which will interest you.
quote a few of our prices.
stock of Slippers, at a price
Space will only permit us to
Mrs. John Waddell and children
are in Nashville this week visiting
relatives and friends.
Screen Doors. Union City lum
ber Co.
Mr. John Bonner Maxwell, of
Troy, was a visitor here Tuesday,
paying us a pleasant call.
of Polk, were in the city Monday
as visitors and shoppers. They were I
accompanied by Mra. W. R. Andrews,
who has been in the home of Mr.
Where do yon eat and drink t .After
all Forrester's place is the best.
Mr. Howard S. Maxwell, son of
Mrs. Bonnie Maxwell, Troy, who en-
lfsted With the. TT R Mnrfnoa at
jhiss uiuan ira wmtesell has Ufemnhis. was on nf th flrt inn-
returned from her year's worJHn the teers from Obion fionntv hi.
Christian College at Columbia, Mo. mother tells u. that hr mi hnJ
Hice line candy, fruits and cigars Ms now ..in France to cast his for-
at Forrester's. tunes with that great army moving
Mrs. W. E. Roberts, of Jftck80n a,HBt Prussian military aggression.
I Ttr Ul T 1 . L . ml- I
was a Visitor this week In the hnm ui iu urm oi us-
Gray Oxfords and Pumps 1 $3.95 to $6.f5
Black Oxfords', high heels $5.50
Black Oxfords, military heels 1 $4.50
Black Pumps; high and low heels $2.98 to $4.95
Dark Tan Pumps, high and low heels $3.95 to $4.50
One lot of Odd sizes at $1.95
White Oxfords, rubber soles : $1.95
White Pumps, low and high heels $2.50 to $2.95
White Shoes, high and low heels. $1.95 to $2.95
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.'L.
Bryan, Ury street.
Mr. Dan Glenn, of J. A. Coble,
Son & Co., attended the shooting
tournament last week given- by the
Memphis Gun Club.
Eat at Wright's sanitary cafe.
Mr. Clarence Reynolds went with
his mother and children to Weaver-
ville, N. C, last week, and will re
turn In a few days.'
Mr. Fred Hamilton, of the Hamil-
ton-Lasley Players, was home Sun
day visiting his wife and little
daughter on Ury street.
RUB-MY-TISM Antiseptic, Relieves
Rheumatism, Sprains, Neuralgia, etc.
dale-Jackson-Atkins, recently bought
the J. D. Littleton home on Main
street, atid the workmen ire now re
modeling and improving the build
ing to which . a summer sleeping
room Is to be added, with interior
decoration, hardwood floors, stucco
walls, etc. It will bo a fine home
when completed. .
Disc Records for all talking ma
chines. Dietzel's Jewelry Store.
L. A. Wright, formerly connected
with the Union City Laundry as so
licitor and collector, 13 again in the
same position under the present
management, and will take pleasure
in serving the patrons of this splen
did Union City enterprlso to the best
Palm Beach and White Slippers' $2.25
Black and Tan English Slippers $3.50 to $6.50
White soles 75c and 85c White and black soles.65c and 70c
Black 65c and 70c
Mrs. Arch D. Woods left Friday for of h,s ability. He solicits the patron
Camp Funston, -Kans., to' visit her nge of tho public and asks you to
husband before he la called overseas. cal1 him at Phone 82.
She will return after a few days J. A. Hassell, local manager for
visit. "Singer Sewing Machine Co.; tells us
Mrs. M. P. Godwin left this week ih&t H- E- Clagett, formerly with
for Middle Tennessee to visit rela- tne oflJce of tne company in Union
tives and friends, and the Misses Cit'r 18 now traveling supervising
Harvey will occupy tho Godwin home agent in Judia, with headquarters
during her absence this summer! at Delht- Mr. Clagett writes that he
rw i.i c -n TT-,-.. Pavels by rail, elephant and camp
M WOU VJ, BUU JSUV1B. UIUVU k.ll ,, 0J . . ,
ww tujcjo u 11 i ii ii ii i tc variety m
Remember, we carry everything you wear.
See our stock of silks for sleeveless jackets,
model in window.
flusittz IB IT CD
City lumber Company. 4
The family have our thanks for
news that, Mr. Cecil Stone has ar
rived safely in France.' Mr. Stone,
a fine young man, was in training at
Camp Green, Charlotte, N. C.
Mrs. White tells us that her hus
band, Mr. Joe White, formerly man
ager of the Union City Bottling Co.,
is now In Franco with the American
Army. Mr. White was at Camp Fun
ston for training.
T. A. Cherry, one of our good
friends from Protemus and a mighty
fine man, tells us that both his boys
are now in France and that he would
be glad to go if it were at all pos
sible. Mr. Cherry is one of our citi
Union City folks slnd cens wno ,8 alive to the conditions
He thinks that every man should
either be at work to produce for our
fighting strength or a soldier him
self. One of the greatest curses we
have, Mr. Cherry says, is trifling men
and dogs, and we say "amen!"
these experiences, but that business
Is very good
Screen the fly. Car load of Screen
Doors just received. Union Citv
Lumber Company.
Mr. Clarence Guill, of this city, is
offering to the public a very fine
popular price car in the Elgin Six,
which he 13 describing in a half-page
advertisement in another part of the
paper. Mr. Guill is a son-in-law of
Metro Presents -BUSHMAN
Disc Records for all talking ma- Mr- Geo- L- Porter, who has been a
citizen or union city ror many years.
He has the Elgin agency here and
claims to be offering a car wth un
usual advantages for tho same or for
less money than other makes. He
will be pleased to show you the Elgin
if interested and asks you to call
him at phono 341.
Tells How Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound
' Restored Her Health.
chines. Dietzel's Jewelry Store.
W. D. Walker, who has been with
the Union City Manufacturing Co.
as traveling salesman for some time
with a fine trade, leaves this week
for military training and service in
the fighting lines.
Mr. J. Hunt, of Jackson, friend of
Hon. Clyde Shropshire, candidate
for Governor, was in the city Tues
day arranging for Mr. Shropshire's
appointment to speak hero Saturday,
June 8, at the courthouse.
Go to Wright'i for your merchants
Mr. John Semones, Jr., of this
city, is now in the U. S. Marine serv
ice, and in training at Paris Island,'
S. C. Mr. Semones has been in
training camp about two weeks. He
is in service to light the Huns, which
his brother, Richard, Joined some
time ago.'
Mr. John Caldwell, who is a can
didate tn the general August election
for Attorney -General of the Four
teenth Judicial Circuit against the
Democratic nominee. Gen. T. O. Mor
ris, was In Camden last Saturday at
the Gubernatorial speaking mingling
with voters. s
The Honor Roll.
The list of volunteers from Obion
County, both at the local and other
recruiting stations, in printed form,
is just off the press, printed in most
excellent style and on fine paper,
16x21, for framing. This list in
cludes all the volunteers from Obion
County up to the first of May, 1918,
as far as could be compiled. They
are to be found at the office of Dr.
W. M. Turner, chairman of the Obion
County Red Cross, at $ 1 per copy,
and they are worth it. lOtf
Matinee 2:30
Wm. A. Brady Presents
Selznick Pictures Presents
The Uncomparable
Prices 5 and 10 cents
Miss Lillie Conn, of Fulton, visited
her sister, Mrs. Albert Chapel, last
' T. N. and W. P. London were in
Union City first Monday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Ethridge were
Break your Cold or LaGrippc with a pound my husband wanted me to try it
Philadelphia, Pa. "I was very weak,
always tired, my back ached, and I felt
sickly most of the
time. I went to s
doctor and he said
I had nervous indi-
estion, which ad
ed to "my weak
condition kept me
worrying most of
the time and he
said if I could not
stop that. I could
not get welL I
heard so muchabout
Lydia E. Pinkham's
Little Harold and Howell Lechenet
are slowly improving from pneu
Miss Georgie Belle Jordan is vis
in Rives Sunday for services of theMtinS her aunt, Mrs. Viola Coleman
Christian Church. near Fremont.
Miss Cassrim Wagster spent a few A stork flew over Sunday, leaving
days last week with Miss Marine
Mr. Jim Coley spent Saturday and
Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Malcolm
Miss Mabel Bryson is in Nashville
for a few weeks taking a business
course in bookkeeping.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Robey, of Nash-
Mr. and Mrs.'C. B. Cothron twin
girls. '
Mrs. Artie Roberts spent Saturday
and Sunday with Mr. add Mrs. Ed
Master Vaden Lechenet and little
sister, Gay Nell, are visiting grand
parents near Woodland.
Miss Mary Bumpious spent Sun
few doses of 666.
Dr. H. G. Robinson, who has been
.with Dr. W. M Turner for a number
I took it for a week and felt a little bet.
ter. I kept it up for three months, and
I feel fine and can eat anything now
JlL A. Jl i ar
wiuiout distress or nervousness. Mrs.
of years in dental work, leaves this kXSB??nS' 2842 North Ta,or SC
week for Memphis to locate. Dr.
Robinson will be in tne offices of
Dr. R. E. Baldwin in the Bluff City.
He Is well known here as a citizen
and dentist, as well as an orthodox
Republican, and has numbers of
The majority of .mothers nowadays
overdo, there arc so many demands
upon their time and strength; the result
is invariably a weazened, run-Uown,
nervous condition with headaches, back
ache, irritability and depression and
wa more serious umenia oereion
friends who' trust that success may I It is at such periods in life that Lydia El
attend his efforts. The family will nam . vegeunie ompounu win
. , . ,, . ..... I restore s normal healthy condition, as
be kindly remembered in Union City, it did to Mrs. WorthJine.
ville, and Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Howard day afternoon with Misses Gay Nell
were Saturday night and Sunday and 'Estelle Green.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Howard. Mrs. Sallie Malone has returned
Miss Myrtle Wagster visited her home from a few days stay with her
aunt, Miss Pearl Coley, a few days daughter, Mrs. Edna Cummings.
last week. ,1 Mr. and Mrs. Alex Hiidunn hvu
Mrs. Bean is very sick at this writ- returned home from Fulton
ln&- Mr. John Alfred Bumnioua snent
Mr. and Mrs. Will Bell, of Union Sunday afternoon with Mr. Lewis
City, attended children's day at j Lechenet,
ooion cnapei sunaay. Mr. Bobe Hudson and famllv snent
News reached Mrs. Maggie John- Saturday .night with Mr. and Mrs.
son that her son, Jim Johnson, had! George Pinion.
lanaea saieiy in rrance. Mrs. Willie Ratliff and children
of MlaslsRlnni. nr hpro irlalHno- Mi-
ute uannse-waiKr mining vo. i and Mrs. AJ E. Ratliff near Crystal
jersey Cream flour, a home product Miss Edith Ratliff spent Monday
and guarantfedt ' I wltn Mlss Mary Lechenet.
. Card of Thanks.
For the many kindnesses shown us
by our friends for the use of their
cars, for the beautiful flowers and
all other favors while on the sad
sweet . mission of "returning home
with the remains of our eldest
daughter, Mary Elizabeth, whom we
laid to rest by the side of her- grand
mother, Mrs. E. A. Kieser, we most
sincerely thank the loving-hearted
friends and neighbors of Mount Zion
and Union City.. May the trials of
life touch them but gently; and
many blessings attend them day by
day. God be with you all. Rev. W.
A. Swift and Family, Lexington, Ky.
A Polish legion of 15,000 men, re
cruited in tho United States, and
2,000 more from South America, will
Join the forces of the Alies. They
will serve with the French army as
a separate unit.
Plots for a gigantic counter revo
lution extending over the whole of
Russia have been discovered in Pet
rograd and Moscow, it was reported
from Petrograd. It is believed that
the recent mutiny of Czecho-Slovak
troops was a part of the revolt. .
The Statements of Union City Resi
dents Are Surely More Reliable
Than Those of Utter
Home testimony is real proof.
Public statements of Union City
people carry real weight.
What a friend or neighbor says
compels respect. '
The word of one whose home ia
far away invites your doubts.
Here s a Union City man's state
And it's for Union Citv Deonle'a
Such evidence is convincing.
That's the kind of nroof that haek
Doan's Kidney Pills.
L. C. Cloys, contractor and build
er, E. Cheatham St., says: "I had a
pretty bad spell with mv kid
Just after recovering from the grip.
My back pained most of the tim
especially mornings. , My kldneva
didn't act properly, either. T re
about Doan's Kidney Pills and got a
few boxes at the Red Star Drug
Store and didn't take them lnnr n
relieve my complaint and I have felt
well ever since."
Price 60c. at all dlor tw
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Cloys had. Fotr.Mnhii
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
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