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FOR SALE CHEAP A nice 7-r;oom residence on Exchange street. R. L Cummings. 13tf FOR SALE Sows and pigs and tows that will farrow in two weeks. Call on or phono 33 4 J A. E. Kirk land. 18-2t FOR SALE Black walnut timber on my farm two milec north of Crys tal, Tenn. Mrs. J. P. Cox, Hickman, Ky., Route 1, Box 62. 18-2t LOST A baby ring somewhere on east Main street. Finder will please return to Mrs. J. A. Whipple, phone 29. , , 19 FOR RENT 6-room house, toilet and bath, corner North Second and West Gibbs streets. Apply to O. Dircks. 19tf LOST The Life of Gen- Nathan Bedford Forrest, by Dr. Wyethe, with name of owner made with rubber type. Return to R. L. Scott. FOR SALE Nice new dresser, rockers, and a lot of new Jars. Call at 609 Main St., Union City, Tenn. Mrs.T. M. Shelton. 19-lt TOR SALE American Radiator hot water heating plant, with pipes, radiators, etc., for seven-room house. Second-hand cheap. Apply this office. FARM FOR SALE. '.' I have for sale a good farm of about one hundred acres with good tobacco barn, hay shed and fairly good residence. A good stock farm. Terms Small cash payment and balance long time vendor'o lien notes bearing six per cent interest. 18-2t R. P. WHITESELL. LOST Either In . Kirby's, Five and Ten-cent Store, or Phil Hy man's store, or the street between these stores a 5 bill. Anyone find ing a $5 bill around these places on the afternoon of July 30 return same and I will pay any reasonable re ward and be very thankful. Charles Thornton, with Davidson Produce Company. ; , 19-ltpd LIVE STOCK FOR SALE. ' 1 bay mare, registered trotter, aged 10 and suckling colt, will sell together or separately. 1 dark bay horse 8 years old, a splendid farm and driving horse. 1 3-year-old sorrel colt. Will make a splendid driver and is a reg istered trotter. 1 1-year-old colt, bay and regis tered trotter. If you are looking for colt3 that will make you splendid driving horses, you cannot go" wrong in buy ing these. The 3-year-old colt is broken and will drive now. If you are Interested in cither driving or working stock see or write Jim Mur phy, colored, Hickman, Ky., Route 3, for price3 and a try-out on the road, i They are property of Richard S. Mc Coanell. The .prices are right. 18-3t Mill at Public Sale. I will offer for sale to the highest and best bidder at the mill near the fair grounds, on Saturday, " August 17, 1918, my Corn Mill, including mill, crusher, motor and entire equipment complete, all in good run niag order. On account of failing healtn ,1 have concluded it necessary to sell. f Terms: Parttash, or, all on time, with good bankable note. Parties Interested are Invited to call and in spect mill. 17-4t J. N. BRADSHAW. J- G. Saunders, Auctioneer. WANTED Motormen and Conductors. Ex perience unnoessary, must be over 31 years of age. 30c to 34c per hour, permanent. No labor trouble. Free lodging .first month. 19tf MOBILE LIGrHT and RAILROAD , CO., Mobile, Ala. WANTED TO rent four or five furnished rooms. Must be near business district. Parties desiring same will furnish best of reference. See Dave M. Shatz. America's great chain of ship man ufactories is nearing completion. There are now 118 fully equipped shipbuilding yards and forty-four others partly completed: Many have been built from the gronnd up. The Hog Island yard, the greatest of all yards and one of the four Govern ment fabricating plants, is 90 per , cent, completed. The30 figures were given 'out by Chairman Hurley, of the Shipping Board. local and Personal Eat at Forrester's. Mrs. Mittie Clark is very sick this week. Mr. Ferrell Greer is visiting in Nashville. t Miss Eva Luther wa.s in Kenton this week. v . -? ,' Mrs. Dan Webster is at home from Camp Jackson. Miss Eula Clark is in Hickman visiting her mother. 666 cures Bilious Fever. Dr. Jordan motored over from Hornbeak Wednesday. Miss Marion Huddlo3ton, of Ful ton, was hero Sunday. Mrs. J. C. "Elder, of Kenton, was in the city Wednesday . ' Mr. and Mrs. Alex Forester have returned from Dawson. - ; F. E. Quinn wa3 a business visitor in Dyersburg last Friday. Eat at the Wright place. Mrs. E. E. Owen spent Monday in Trenton with her mother. Mr. Clinton Callicott, of Rives, was in the city Wednesday. Miss Lee Peck is visiting relatives and friends in Helena, Ark. Miss Mozelle Reeves is visiting relatives inJDbion this week. Mrs. Charlie Britt, of Crystal, was in the city Saturday shopping. 666 cures Chills and Fever. . Mr. and Mrs. Nat Murphy ,have moved from Terrell' to Fulton. Z. W. Corum, who has been in New York, arrived home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Tanner, of near Martin, were Saturday shoppers. Mrs. Martin Schmidt is in Dickson this week visiting Mrs. Bdll Good. Mrs. DeGraffenried and daughter are visiting in Paducah this week. Mrs. J. B. Little, of Mayfield, Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Maveety. Disc Records for all talking ma chines. Dietzel's Jewelry Store. Miss Agnes Coble leaves to-day to visit Mrs. Russell McVay at Chicago. Miss Mattio D. Rushing, of Harris, vi3ited Mrs. J. F. Gregory thl3 week. Miss Rubye Caldwell has. return ed from a visit to relatives in Fulton. ' Mr. and Mrs. Curti3 Harris and little son left Thursday for St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cartwright visited relatives at Clinton last week KEGS 5 and 10 gallon kegs for sale, cheap Oliver's Drug Stjxe. Mr. and Mr3. Gardner, of Jackson, were the guests of Mr3. F. Long Sun day. Miss Sudle Cole, of Newbern, Is the guest of Miss Sarah Nash this week. Miss Tommie Clark, of Mayfield, is .the guest of her sister, Miss Eula Clark. Miss Allie May Reeves haeturn ed from Nashville after a visit with friends. 666 cures by removing the cause. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hughe3 have returned from a visit in Middle Ten nesseo. Mrs. Nellie Letslnger and little son, Clarence, are visiting friends in the city. , Private Edwin Shuck, of Milling- ton, was at borne for a short visit this week. ' ' Miss Lula Flanagan visited her brother, R. E. Flanagan, at Clayton last week. Nice line candy, fruits and cigars at Forrester's. . Miss Louise Hughes is visiting Mrs. A. W. Bolin in Clinton, Ky., this week. Miss Kathleen Arnold is at Pinck neyville, Ky., on an extended visit with relatives. Miss Evelyn Naylor, of Holden ville, Okla., is risiting friends and relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Fqrester and children motored thru to Dawson Springs Friday. Justs and Bottles! All sizes and kinds, 10c gallon. Oliver's. Mrs. Charles Sed berry and daugh ter, Marie, are visiting in Murray, Ky., this week. Mesdames W. H. Gardner and A. Semones expect to leave for Dawson Springs Tuesday. Mrs. C. H. Jenks and daughter, Mary, left for Natchez, Miss., Sunday to visit relatives. Mrs. Jess Wheeler, of Jackson, was here last week visiting her mother, Mrs. C. F. Ong. Messrs. John Moffatt and George Cunningham, of Troy, were in- the ci'y Wednesday. Mrs. George Adams Is visiting relatives and friends in Middle Ten nessee this week. Where do you eat and drink t After all Forrester's place is the best. Mr. and Mrs. J. Shelton, of St. Louis, are the guests of Mr. Shelton's parents this week. MissTheresa Talley hf.s been ap pointed assistant food administrator for Obion County. Mr. Ed Williams, "of Nashville, visited his mother, Mrs. Fannie Wil liams, last week. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Burrow and daughter, Mamyc, of Fulton, were Wednesday choppers. Miss Alice Barry has returned to her work after spending a week with homefolks at Crystal. Miss Myra Nolen returned to St. Louis Thursday after a visit with relatives and friends. SPECIAL Several hundred fine box papers left from Xmas and lc sale, choice 25c. Oliver's Drug Store Mr. and Mrs. Bates Anderson, of Polk, were in the city this week en route to Dawson Springs. Mrs. Wardie Brown, of thin vi cinity, was a visitor with her daugh ter in Martin last week. Mrs. Edgar Hudgins and children have returned home after with relatives in Nashville. a visit Mrs. Bettie Pickering, of Fulton, was a visitor this week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Talley. Mrs. Baird and children, of Sha ron, motored over to spend the day with Mrs. Tom Berry Wednesday. Watch for the public sale to be held by Chas McDaniel at Jordan August 14. Some good horses and nice furniture are to be sold. Miss Mary Wayne Naylor returns in a few days from a month's visit with relatives in Little Rock, Ark. Miss Martha Todd returned to Martin Sunday after spending the week with Miss Margaret Wehman. Gen. Will H. Swiggart, Jr., of the U. S. Supreme Court in session at Nashville, was in the city thl3 week. Miss Addle Walker i3 now with the office force of the Third National Bank as bookkeeper and stenogra pher. Dr. J. Brien Adkerson has return ed from a visit to his mother, Mrs. Sara Adkercon, near Murfreesboro, Tenn. Second payment on subscription to second Red Cross war fund due August 1. Call at the Old National Bank. SecQnd, payments on.,subscrlption to second Red Cross war fund due August 1. Call at the Old National Bank. Miss Mattial Rinehart returned to Caruthersville, Mo., Thursday after a visit with her si3ter, Mrs. E. K White. Miss Kate Kirkman returned Tues day from Columbia, S. C, where she has been the guest of Mrs. Wallace Moffett. ' Miss Aileen Chambers and Mr. Jim Chambers, Jr., of Fulton, were the guests of Miss Juna Reynolds Friday. - When ordering meat products from the meat market specify Rey nolds Packing Company goods and take no other. It's hetter. Mrs. F. M. Burton, of Lexington. Mo., is a visitor at the home of her mother, Mrs. A. M. Williams, north of the city. . Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Parish and daughter, Miss Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Boaz, of Fulton, were in the city Sunday. Mrs. W. B. Cunningham and daughter are spending the week at the home of Mr. Billie Cunningham near Ebeaezer. Misses Estelle and Eleanor Mc Cormick fcavo returned to their home in Senatobia, Miss., after a visit with Mrs. R. H. Rust. . Mrs. Don Taylor, of Fulton, and niece, Miss Margaret Crockett, of Cleveland. Ohio, are the guests of Mrs. F. J. Smith. ' Mr. Odus Williams and family, of Protemus, visited Mr. Williams' mother, Mrs. Fanni Williams, See on street, last week. Mrs. H. H. Cutler and children, after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Noah, have returned to their home in Tamms, 111. Mrs. G. W. Tucker returned this week from Longmont, Colo., where she has been visiting hr son, Mr. F. W. Tucker, and wife. J. Wiley Atkins, the Beau Brum mel of Dyersburg, was here Tuesday night attending the mid-summer dance at the Elks Hall. Misses Katherine Provost, Helen Garth, Katherine Bryan, Jeanie Garth and Mrs.' C, Garth motored to Troy Wednesday afternoon. Clothes do not make the 'man, neither do glasses make the eyes; yet a successful man can thank both his clothes and his glasses for a large measure of his success. See Dr. Scott about your glasses. " Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Arnn, accom panied by Dr. and Mrs. f. C. Callicott and daughter, Miss Jessie, motored to Martin and Dresden Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Kirby, Mr, W. F. Tate and Miss Sara Flanary at tended the funeral of Mr. John Rus sell at Mount Moriah Tuesday. s Mrs. Sudie Harrison and children, of St. Louis, and Mrs. Gertie Lee and children, of Sikeston, Mo., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Adams. . . . Mrs. Joe Prieto and Miss Rhine Joyner and nieces, Misses Pauline and Loleta Klein,' motored thru to Memphis last week to spend the week-end. t' , 1 Miss Katherine Provost, of Nash ville, and Miss Jeanie Garth and Miss Juna Reynolds spent "Sunday night in Fulton, visiting Miss Aileen Chambers. , "" ' ,..' Misses Ella Adam3 Durham, of Memphis, Sadie Hayes Woodfln;. of Whiteville, and Katherine Gill, of Covington, are the guests of Miss Jessie Stone. Mrs. D. A. Luten and daughters, Louise and Mrs. J. G. Rogers, left Wednesday to spend a month In Mr. and Mrs. Luten's summer - cottage home at Monteagie. ; If you are in the market for good horses and need any furniture wait for the public sale to be held by Chas. McDaniel at Jordan August 14. Rev. John Garth, of Hickory, N. C, who has been visiting his father here, has returned home for a short visit before leaving for New York to Join the Y. M. C. A. forces, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hediger and daughters, Jennie and Marie, of Greenville, 111., . arrived Tuc3day night in their car to spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. William Schmidt. Mrs. W. W. Verhino and son, of Shady Grove, and Mrs. J. D. Hicks and son, Archell, of Union City, vis ited relatives and friends and en joyed vacation in Paducah. The friends welcome their return. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Smith, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Rust, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Burdick and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Tate with a crowd of young folks went to the washout Sunday. . 666 cures Headaches, Biliousness, Loss of Appetite, or that tired aching feeling, ue. to malaria or Colds. Fine Tonic. Mr. Johnny Semones, . at - Paris Ioland, S. C, has been awarded "a medal for marksmanship. "PriTatLhaving held the place for twelve Semones made a record of 215 out of 300 and two dollars was, also added to hia monthly pay envelope. The Americans beat the world Little Harriet Hunter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Elam.'who has been very sick with typhoid fever, is reported some better this week, but her little brother Tom French, has contracted the fever. We hope the little folks will soon be well. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Wells, of Nash ville, Mr. and Mrs. Harry McMurry, of Jackson, and Mr. Sam McMurry, of Clovis, New Mex., are here at the bedside 6f Mrs. Llla McMurry, who is dangerously Blck at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Elva Caldwell Obion County Food Administrator, G. C. Cloys, was in Memphis last week meeting with the county ad ministrators from West Tennessee at the Chlsca Hotel. Assistant, State Administrator J. I. Finney made an extended address. The attendance and interest were good. - Earmon John Hicks, son of H. W Hicks, left " St. Louis Wednesday night, July 31, after successfully en listing in the Navy as an apprentice seaman. He was sent to the Mare Island, Cal., Training Station,1 where splendid and usual opportunities for rapid promotion await him. A telegram was received Monday from General McCane at Washing ton that Captain Robt.,K. Whitson has been severely wounded on . the French battle front. No further news has been received up to date, and a host of friends qwait with his fami ly for news of his rapid recovery Miss Leila Reeves was a visitor last week with Fremont friends. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Sowell have returned from Columbia, Tenn., where they were called to attend the funeral of Mr. Sowell's uncle, J. H. Sowell, who died suddenly last week, Deceased left - no family and his nephew, ,W- "Sowell, was appoint ed admini of the estate.. ' Mr. Joaa 'Smith, son of Mr and Mrs. u.'.mMi'.-pt Troy, en listed here list week at the local re cruiting station and was . forwarded and accepted in the Quartermaster's department at Fort Oglethorpe. The young man was twenty years old, and a younger brother, Mr. Wallace Smith,-is left with the fatheT'-af the farm. , The soldier is a cousin of the late Howard Stoney Maxwell, one of the U. S. Marine heroes in France. Misse3 Loui3e Dahnke, Jeanie Garth, Juna Reynolds, Nell Dahnke, Helen Garth, Mrs.'R. C. Reynolds, Miss Aileen Chambers, of Fulton, and Miss Katherine Provost, of Nashville', Mr. Jim Chambers, of Fulton, and Mr. Richard Andrews, of Polk, spent 'Saturday on Reelfoot ,ake. . Mrs. M. J. Cary reports the going overboard of her grandson, Orland Cary, on the U. S. S. Sandiego, when it was sunk, who was in the water several hours and escaped to the shore at Newport. Another brother, Roswcll, is also in the Navy. The brothers are sens of Mr. Bon Cary, Fort .Worth, Texas. Robert Joiner, son of Rev. J.W. Joyner, left Monday morning for tFort , Thomas, Ky., to enter training In the coast artillery. Young Joyner was only seventeen years of age, but secured his parents' permission and volunteered his services to help de fend Old Glory and to get "The Beast of Berlin." Luck to Robert. Fulton Leader. " The many friends in Union City of our veteran citizen, J. M. Ed wards, Church street, who has been an invalid for a long time, will be sorry to know of his extreme illness this week. Mr. Edwards was taken with chills last wees and has been very weak. Mr. Will Edwards came down from St. Louis Sunday to see his father. Ever think of getting that hat or suit cleaned and pressed? Our in terests are identically the same. We both lose- money if you fail to give me your good old hat to clean and block into the latest style, only 75c. Your suit spotted, sponged and nice ly pressed, only 50c. Now is the time. "Give me a trial. W. W. Todd, Both phones 55.. Over Mr. Woosley's grocery. Union City, Tenn. It seems that the time has come when the public, who patronize the public schools of Union City, should know that the opposition to A. C. Nute, both in the Board of Mayor and Aldermen, as well as the mi nority of the Board of Education, are ready and willing to elect any com petent man in America as Superin tendent. These gentlemen only ask a change. . They have no pet to boost. They belie've that peace can never reign in Union City until this change has been made. The peace of the community and welfare of our schools chould no v longer be jeopardized in the interest of any one man, It seems further that, years, and having drawn a salary of nearly $20,000, Mr. Nute should be content . to step down and out and no longer act as a firebrand among a patient, peace-loving people. In the name of peace let us have a new man who has had no part in this controversy. For Limited Service. Mrs, Lannom, chief clerk of the Local Board, reporfs the leaving of John Charleston Parker for Van Couver Barracks, arid Knot D. Smith for Syracuse, N. Y. These young men left Monday. The next bunch of draftsmen will leave next Thursday, Aug. 8, the list printed in this week's paper,. Club Work. Last Monday Mrs. Warner health specialist from the Division of Ex tension, Knoxville. wa3 with Miss Luther here. They visited the high school at Hornbeak Monday after noon. Miss Luther organized a girl's club of twenty-five members. The girls are very proud of their new building and are very anxiou3 to get a domestic science class begun there, On Monday night Mrs. Warner and Supt. Ridings went with Miss Luther to a meeting of the community club at Sunnyside. Th ladies of this club have done excellent work. Their report on Red Cross work was es pecially good. Death' of Colored Woman. Mattie Othen died at her home in Union City Tuesday evening, July 30, 1918, at 2 o'clock Deceased wr.s an aged negress, born before the war and was one of the best women of her race. She was well thought of by all the white people who knew her, a3 well as the people of her own race. She will be ml3sed most by the white neighbors, whom she was always ready to serve on any and all occasions. Aunt Martha, as sho was best known, has lived near a white neigh borhood for forty years. John Dillon, the Nationalist lead er, proposed the reference of the Irish question to President Wilson in a debate in tho House of Commons. Former Premier Asquith made an appeal to the Government to try again to find a settlement of the question. BETHLEHEM. Mrs. Mary Ingram, of Memphis, Is spending the week with her sister, Mrs. R. K. Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Oppemhiem i3 Visiting Miss Bettie Baulch. Several in our community are on the Bick list. Among them are Mr. Dave Burrow, Prof. Carlisle, Cut Chin, Mrs. Jim Barham, Capt. and Mrs. J. W. Cates. Mrs. Wm. Bruce spent several days this week with her daughter, Mrs. Warren Bondurant. Clyde Wood, of near Martin, is spending the week with hia uncle, Mr. Tom Wood. Master Ira Ragsdale returned last Sunday from Trimble where he spent a week with his uncle, Mr. Frank Ragsdale. Miss Maggie Lee" Harris' visitors, Mrs. W. A. Coulson and daughter, Miss Margaret, of Moss Point, Miss., and Miss Sallie Cirlot, of Bay St. Louia, Miss., will leave to-day for Mobile,. , The Red Cross party given by the Community Club at Mrs. Arch Stan fill's Friday night was well attended. Dr. Turner and Rev. Walker made interesting talks. The quilt pieced by the club was sold for J27.45. De licious ice cream was served by the club ladies, and everyone went home wishing the time short until the club gives its next party, a water melon feast. Death Near Troy. Mr. John Russell, oldest brother of J. M. Russell, this city died at the Baptist Memorial Hospital in Mem phis Sunday afternoon, July 28, 1918, at 3:30 o'clock. Mr. Rusself "was born- and reared in the vicinity of Mount Moriah west of Troy,. and resided with his mother at the time of his death. He was 70 years of age. His mother, Mrs. , Rhoda Russell, aged 95, survives, together with two sisters, Miss Mi nerva Russell and Mrs. Lottie Yar brough, the latter and a brother, Thomas Russell, residing in Arkan sas. . , Deceased was from the age of 15 a member of the Mount Moriah Bap tist Church. He was a man of fine character, a bachelor who remained at home and took care of hi3 mother and the farm. He was esteemed as one of the county's best citizens especially by the people of hi3 com munity." The kindest condolences are extended to the aged mother and family. Services were conducted by Rev. T. P. Pressly and tho remains were interred at Mount Moriah. Death of Wm. Stanley. v William M. Stanley, a pioneer citizen of Obion County, died at the home of his nephew, Mr. Dee Stan ley, in the vicinity east of Union City on Tuesday, July 30, 1918, at 4 o'clock p. m., after an illness of several months. . Mr. Stanley left no family. He was born in Kentucky January 5, 1821, and at the age of ten or eleven years tho family spttled in Number Seven of Obion County. His first wife was Miss Mary Walker, 3ister of Capt. J. W. Walker. Her death oc curred sixteen years ago. Two chil-t dren of the union were born and died in infancy. Fourteen years ago Mr. Stanley married Mrs. Maggie Cecil, who died four years ago. Deceased, is survived by two brothers, Clinton and James, and two sisters, Mrs. Pink Wilson and Mrs. Mary Frances Stanley, all of this county. ' Mr. Stanley was a man of great physical strength and force of char acter. He was a leader in agricul tural pursuits and accumulated large land properties. He was well known. A few years ago Mr. Stanley sold his land and retired. He has been in declining health for some time. As a citizen Mr. Stanley was es teemed for many good things. He built and donated to the community forty-five years ago the church known as Stanley's Chapel. He was otnerwise noted for liberality, and while he did not lay claim to great moral leadership he had an abiding sense of personal honor and integ rity. Services were conducted Wednes day afternoon by Rev. G. T. Sellars, and some interesting talks were made by Judge W. H. Swiggart and Sena tor D. P. Caldwell. The remains were interred at Stovall's Cemetery. $100 Reward, $100 The readers of this paper will be pleased trJ learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stagres and that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional di sease, requires a constitational treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting: directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys tem, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving- the patient strength by build ing up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Collars for any case that It fails tocure. Send for list of testimonials. . ' ..' Address: F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipatiotf. "