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. Thank you, Mr. Hoover, ws will take a piece of kiver'd pie, pleare. Mclvin Dickey la in St. Louis work ing in a government platinum fac tory. If you r.re interested in war-time prohibition, thereby a nationally clean house when the beys return home, get on the water wagon for all time this month. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Underwood were visitors first of the week to relatives at Miston In Lake County. President Wilson in going on rec ord that the draft r.ge should not be lowered voices the motherhood tof ' our nation. T. G. Marlin and family are out on vacation, visiting relatives in Mis souri. A little old Ford looks mighty well when the tax collector comes around. A swift race among Number Four candidates for the office of Justice of the Peace came to a close Thursday last with the election of W. A. Mc Neill. Dr. T. P. Palmer and Ernest Shropshire. Dave Withcrspoon and family are this week enjoying a motor trip to Humphreys and Hickman County, Orville Luten, of Gates, in pros pecting for a farm location, was the social visitor the past week of his Bister, Mrs. Jesso Fitz. Mrs. Hughlett Whipple is at Camp Gordon for a farewell visit with her husband who leaves thia month for overseas duty. In denouncing mob law President Wilson strikes the keynote 'of it3 overthrow in asking the courts of our land to give a speedy trial to criminal offenses. For the second timo young Mr. Slade Edmaiston has had the mis fortune to be discharged from service under physical disability. B. J. Wade is the first farmer to own a tractor in this vicinity. It is an International ' of standard type and is making its initial try-out on the Wade farm near town with Les lie Shore as mechanician thru the morning hours and W. H. Cravens in charge in the evening until 12 o'clock at night. Misses Mildred and Ruth Boyd are in Atoka visiting their grandmother. Mrs. T. J. Bonner received a few friends Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. E. P. Lindsay, of Memphis The 0. E. S. meets in regular ses sion Wednesday afternoon. Paying of dues and setting the quilt together are orders of the day. Miss Euline Cumming3 is in Nash ville in the St. Thomas Hospital. The past week the parents of Miss Cum- mings, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Cummings, and the family physician were called to Martin where the young lady was visiting relatives when she suffered an actue attack of appendicitis that necessitated an almost immediate op eration when tho parties reached the capital. Daily reports are favor able for Miss Cumming3 recovery. Rev. E. P. Lindsay, of Memphis, ably filled tho A. R. P. pulpit Sab bath, the pastor, Rev. Boyd, being away in a meeting near Booneville, Miss. Rev. Lindsay in a few days will assist Rev. T. P. Pressly in meeting at Curry's schoolhousc. Caisto (Srocy C(Q O J hi v it i -; u.: - A t Jit. Ps Nil.' r -..V; ' - - - . '"Will SI ft A Union-City X in n e s s o e Save Sugar, Save Flour, Save Meat, Save Lard, Save Everything, but buy what you do buy from the TTDW (Oj.f .... (GXCE CdD. Where you get your money's worth every time. i In war or in peace, it's the best policy to save, produce and conserve, and above all, save money. You can do this by trading with the Grocery (Co SALEM. Rev. G. T. Sellars will fill his regular appointment at this place next Sunday afternoon at 3:30. Mr. Charley Harris went to Nash ville last Saturday on business. Miss Ena Roberts is suffering with rheumatism. B. L. Crawford and little son, of Hickman, were recent visitors with relatives in this community. Mrs. Anna Lou Harris and chil dren visited relatives in Union City last Sunday. Mr. Frank Garrigan has returned home after spending several days at Dawson Springs. Mrs. Mary Logan and Mrs. Lizzie Grooms and little daughter, Vertrice, were in Union City this week having some dental work done. Mr. and Mrs. R. hi Carter and children and Miss Altic Osburn, of Rives, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Roberts and family a few days this week. Mr. and Mrs. Prathcr Wheeler and family, of Atlanta, Ga., were visitors in the home of Mr. Wheeler's father, Mr. Sid Wheeler, and other relatives in this community a few days Mr. and Mrs. John Adams and baby, of Ridgely, were guests of Mrs. Adams' sister, Mr3. Hugh Garrigan, recently. Mr. John Crawford marketed a nice lot of hogs this week. (."Mrs. H. I. Houser and daughter, Miss Felts, were visiting and shop ping in Union City last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Harmon and Si""!" You had better buy now. Our stock is complete, our goods are always fresh and Hagan and family new and our prices are uniformly cheap. In selling our goods we positively will Mrs. Clara Prather, of Stato Line, n i i ii r . TT , . , . . . . . was a visitor m tho homo of Mr. and not vary from the rules and regulations of the U. S. Food Administration. Please ivxra. vv . i. J L uuiiij ruu laiuii; vug i day last week. Our goods are now beginning to arrive in car load lots and we are again in a position Cb sell you less the middle man's profit, which means money to you. We are pleased to quote you as follows: LARD, pure hog lard, per pound 30c Best compound, per pound 26c Best compound, per No. 3 pail, per pail ... '. 70c Best compound, per No. 4 pail, per pail 95c Best compound, per No. 5 pail, per pail 1 $1.20 Best compound, per No. 10 pail, per pail 2.35 Best compound, per No. 50 pail, per pail 1 1 . 70 Best compound, per No. 60-lb drum, net weight, per drum... 15.60 COFFEE, Good rio, per pound. 15c; or 7 pounds for $1.00 Santos best peaberry, per pound 20c; or 5 pounds for 1.00 Big grain Guatamala, per pound 25c; or 4 pounds for 1.00 Santos flat grain, blended, the best that grows, per pound 30c Maxwell House Blend, pound cans 30c; 3 pound cans... 90c Arbuckle's, one pound package, ground 25c it Salt, per barrel $2.75. Only 500 barrels left. up. do not ask us to do so. PIERCE. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lowe and chil dren went to Ralston Sunday , to see Mrs. Lowe's brother, Herbert, the last time before his leaving for the training camp. Ho was to leave Sunday. Mrs. Sue Matthews is not much improved at this writing. Miss Lola May Simmons of Union City, was the week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rucker. Billie Bogal, of Bardwell, accom panied Mr. and Mr3. John Smith, home Tuesday and was tho guest of Mr. and Mr3. Will Smith for a few days. W. T. Hill is having a fine barn erected on his farm. It is said to ba one of the best in the county. Ful ton Leader. Eeal Estate Transfers. Mrs. Artio Owe:i3 to E. M. .Fer guson, 30 acres in No. 2, $4,050. W. F. Ferguson :.nd wife to J. B. Ferguson, interest in 37 ncrca in No. 2, f2,500. N. H. .Hagan r.nd vifo to W. F. Ferguson and wife, 49 f.crcs in No. 2, $6,612.30. E. L. Hah to-Mis. Sammie Grim mett, lf.nd in No. 5; $1,000. A. E. Ashley t3 Mrs. Srmmic Grim mett, land in No. 5, $800. P. D. Hornbak to Mrs. Sammia Grimmett, land in No. 5, $50 L. J. Hinson to J. T. Freeman, S acres in No. 8, $700. I. Dumm cud wifo to Jno. A. Vow ell, 38 acres in No. 16, $1,482. John Will Tanner to Jr.ck Forest, lot in No. 16, $850. Mrs. Jennie Gaidntr and R. E. Gamed et al. to R. B. Milner, lets in Union City, $5,000. Hal Boglo rr.d wife to Clarence Bogle, interest in land iu No. 8, $2,730. L. N. Miller to Pearl Jones, 6 acres in No. 5, $900. W. H. Hollomon and wife to H. M. Hollomon, 65 r.crcs ' in No. 11, $4,568. G. S. Adams end vifc to J. H. Scott, lot in io. 13, $1,400. C. N. Lar.ncm to Goo. S. Adam3, lot in No. 13, $100. Edward Wade ct al. to D. R. Bon- durant, lot in No. 16, $800. Mrs. Anna B. Morgan to G. H. Niles, lot in No. 13, $6,000. Joseph Robert and wife to Chas. Dictzel, lot in No. 13, $2,000. Lexie Mitchell, Cr.l Mitchell, Alex Mitchell et al. to L. M. Huffstutter, interest in land in No. 9, $200. S. F. Rogers ot al. to J. W. Huff- stutter, 62 acres in No. 9, $1,600. J. M. Colo to R. M. Long, 15 acres in No. 3, $125. Marriage Licenses. Herbert Allen and Mary Gladys Daniel. Ira Dillard and Beatrice Tune. R. D. Kough and Thelma Stone. Leo Simon and Mattic Ray. Wesley Ford end Callie Staggs. Jim Bob Kerley and Jessie Lee Corum. Thos. McAfee Ballew and Arabella Johnston. Masa Hickman and Ina May Prather. COLORED. Lute Barrett and Clara McCutch- cn. Death of Mrs. Louisa Cook. Mrs. Louisa Cook, wife of W. M. Cook, died at home in the vicinity of Antioch Sunday, August 4, 1918, aged 68 yerrs. Mrs. Co&k leaves a son, Wm. Cook, Jr., and a daughter. Mrs. Kirk. Sho waq a member of the Methodist Church and a good- Christian woman. Services were conducted by Rev. Raymond Whito and the remains were interred ac Antioch. New Concert Band. W. F. Talo ha3 organized a new band in Union City and somo instru ments for the members were re ceived la3t week, rcprcrcnting an in vestment of several hundred dollars. Mr. Tato is to bo the instructor and leader with E. F. JcrnijVi and Thomas Branr fcrd, C. V. Jon cor nets; W. H. Harris, French horn; W. E. Hudgins, tuba; G. S. Schlcifer, saxophone; E. G. Pardue, drums, with trombone, clarinet, French horn, baritcne signing lr.ter. The band met for practice Tuesday night. Your co-operation and support of this organization is needed r.nd Un ion City needs a 'good band. Musical Program. Instead of the regular preaching service at tho First Christian Church Sunday morning there will be quar tets, duets, readings and an enthem. This is a service you cr.n take part in and which will bo bright but worshipful. Mic3 Campbell will preach a negro 3crmon at tho Chris tian Bible school Sunday morning. The beauty chorus will sing "Liberty Boll, It's Timo to Ring Again." Come and hear these special numbers. Go to Wright' for your merchants lunch.