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C- B. HICKOK
With W. G. Clagett Co. Give me a call when in the city. Your business will be appreciated. CLASSIFIED ADS LOST In town last Saturday night Eastern Star pin. Return to Dr. McMichael's office lor reward. LOCAL AND PERSONAL LOST Solid gold brooch In front of Corum & Jackson's. Shape, two hearts. Finder phone 290J. Reward FOR SALE A pair of mulcc, 5 p.nd 6 yearo old, on long time. Felix Mocre. 20-2t FOR SALE A good kitchen range very cheap. Phone 393. J. A Frazier. 20-ltpd FOR SALE CHEAP A nice 7-room residence on Exchange street. R, L. Cummings. 13tf SHORTHORN BULL, 3 years old Will sell on Main street at 2 o'clock Saturday to highest bidder. John Waddell. 20-lt Oliver's Drug Store is the place to buy Mi-o-na stomach tablets, the guaranteed treatment for indiges tion. FOR RENT 6-room house, toilet and bath, corner North Second and West Gibbs streets. Apply to O Dircks. 19tf LOST One hog from the stock yards about two weeks ago, weight 150 to 200 pounds. Will appreciate any1 information concerning this hog. Reynolds Packing Co. 20-lt Howard & Burney have two small farms for sale, near city, easy terms They also have other farms in dif ferent parts of the county and if you are in the market for a farm of any kind see them. FARM FOR SALE Good hill farm of 123 acres on Troy and Pro- temus road. Extra good house and barn on it. Will sell cheap for small cash payment, balance by long term notes. Write or see G. R. McDade, Troy, Tenn. 20-2t FOR SALE American Radiator hot water heating plant, with pipes, .radiators, etc., for seven-room house Second-hand cheap. Apply this office. I have for nalo oiio Eight Cylinder Four Passenger Chubby Roadster Oldsmobile absolutely new, Just brought from Memphi-i here and will sell for ?150 les3 the.n regular price cost, $1,835.00. If interested write or phone and will sLow you. T. D Samuels, Clinton, Ky. 20-3t 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 pricea and a try-out on the road. They are property of Richard S. Mc- Connell. 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 ning order. On account of failing health I have concluded it necessary to sell. Terms: Part cash, 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 unncessary, must be over 31 years of age. 30c to 34c per hour, permanent. No labor trouble. Free lodging first month. 19tf MOBILE LIGHT and RAILROAD CO., Mobile, Ala. Give a man a good dinner, a good cigar, a good newspaper and a pair of Dr. Scott's glasses and he has not a trouble in the world. R. E. Flanagan was a Monday vis itor. Miss Mollie Bourne left Wednesday for St. Louis. Miss Ruth Moore is visiting in Memphis this week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry McMurry have returned to Jackson. Mr. Johnny Covington, of Number Three, wa3 hero Monday. Eat at Forrester's. Mr. Word Harper, of Hickman was a Sunday visitor here. Mrs. Ada Henderson visited Rives friends Saturday and dSunday. Mrs. T. H. Evana, of Jordan, was in the city Thursday shopping. Miss Glenn Rochelle, of Troy, was in the city Wednesday shopping. Messrs. Leonard Phebus and Wil liam Turner visited Obion Sunday, Mr. Walter Howell, of Louisville is in the city this week on business. Nice line candy, fruits and cigars at Forrester's. Mrs. Vascoe Hart, of Nashville ha3 been visiting Mrs. W. T. Mayo, Miss Annie Pitts has returned home after a short visit in Trenton R. S. Usry, contractor of the Coble- Nagle canning factory buildings at Paducah, was a visitor home Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lasater, of Hornbeak, were in the city Wednes day. Mrs. W. H. Gardner and Mrs Adam Semones left for Dawson Tues day. Messrs. Frank Beadles and Carlton Lenton, of Fulton, were here Sun day. W. F. Tate leaves to-night to at tend a reunion of the Tatos in Spar ta, 111. Miss Lillian Harding returned Tuesday from a visit to Martin and Dresden. Mrs. Robert Alexander i3 in Mis einsippi thi3 week visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Gaulden, of Trimble, visited friends here the first of the week. Miss Lucile Po3ey has returned home from a visit to Helena, Ark., and Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Tipton and daughter, of Tiptonville, were in the city Wednesday. Miss Zula Parkman has returned from a visit in Nashville with rela tives and friends. Mrs. Nina Gardner Jordan is spending a few weeks in Phoenix Ariz., with friends. Mrs. Ethel Greer leaves Sunday for Nashville to take a pocition with Castner-Knotr Co. J. C. White and daughter, Miss Pearl, are spending a few days with relatives in Gleason. Mrs. Edna Steele, of Gleason, is a visitor in the city with her daugh ter, Mrs. J. S. Allen. Dr. E. R. Potter, of Baird, Tex., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Corum on South First street. Mrs. J. L. Hornbeak, of Fulton, visited her daughter, Urs. Bustart, in the city this week. Miss Jesse Moss and mother, of Martin, have been the gue3ts of Mrs. Ethel Greer this week. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Forester and children have returned from a week's stay in Dawson Springs. Miss Geraldine Bone has returned to her home in Memphi3 after a vi3it with Miss Kathleen Redditt. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Rippy, after a few weeks visit with relatives here, has returned to Washington. Miss Hettie Riley, who has been visiting in Louisville and Hartford, Ky., is expected home to-day. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beckham, of Water Valley, Miss., are in the city visiting relatives and friends.' Miss Rosa Brown, of Memphis, has returned home from Martin where she has been visiting relatives. Mrs. A. L. Pitts and littlo grand daughter, Elizabeth, of Trimble, vis ited Miss Annie Pitts this week. Sound peanuts and popcorn want ed at Sam'l D. Woosley's. Mrs. Ethel Greer ha3 returned home after a visit with her aunt, Mrs. John Wheeler, In Nashville. Miss Ludie Morris and Mrs. Trilby Moore are this week visiting their sister, Mrs. Latimer, near the city. The Number Seven Red Cros3 so ciety brought a quilt in to sell last Monday. In all the quilt brought $25. . Prof. Richard Norton, organizer of the American Volunteer Motor Am bulance Corps, died of meningitis in Paris. Mr. John Sanders, traveling for the Childs Specialty House, is home from a trip thru Georgia and Ala bama. Mrs. Clarence Wilhoyt and son, of Little Rock, Ark., are visiting Mrs. Wilhoyt's sister, Mrs. Harry Ed wards. J. L. Osborne and daughters, Misses Alta Bee and Emma Lee, of Number Seven, were in the city Monday. Mr. Sam C. McMurry, of Clovis, New Mex., who has been here for a week, is spending a few days at Nashville. Master George McMurry, of Jack son, came up Sunday to attend the funeral of grandmother, Mrs. Llla McMurry. Miss Mary Prather has resumed her work at Shatz Bros, after spend ing her vacation at her home in Woodland. Misses Elizabeth Chambers and Kate Kirkman chaperoned a crowd of young folks on a picnic to Sulphur Springs Tuesday. Mrs. Wesley Bransford has return ed home from a visit with Mrs. B. E. Cheatham at Corinth, Miss., and Mrs. J. H. King at Jackson. Mrs. Geo. Adams has returned home from a visit to relatives and friends in Middle Tennessee and re ports an enjoyable time. Miss Mary Howard Turner enter tained the 500 club at her home on last Saturday afternoon. Miss Car men Parks won first prize. Miss Ruth Griffin left Sunday to accept the position of assistant teach er of the Beulah school. Mrs. Slier man Sutherland is the principal. Mrs. Fannie Williams and daugh ter, Miss Babe, and Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cartwright spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Flanagan at Clay ton. Miss .Mary Sue Walker, returned Tuesday from a visit in Trenton" with her sister, Mrs. Clyde Birmingham. Mrs. Birmingham accompanied her home. Mrs. W. W. Morris and son, Dud ley, Mrs. L. O. Bradley and little daughter, Florence Martin, of Ful ton, were visitors in Union City Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Elva Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs. Harry McMurry, of Jack son, and Mr. Sam McMurry, of New Mexico, spent Tuesday in Fulton with relatives. Mrs. C. P. Hardy, who has been visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Beckham, thi3 city, is a visitor this week with her si3tcr, Mrs. Tom Scott, at McConnell. Miss Brownie Dick3on returns in a few days from a six weeks stay in Atlanta end Augusta, Ga., where she has been taking a course in home service Red Cross work. Matters kept in the dark for years often come to light when the proper glasses are worn. See Dr. Scott about your glasses. Mr. Jimmy Faircloth, in the avia tion service of the U. S. Army, lo cated at the Great Lakes, was a vis itor here this week with his mother and sister for a few days furlough. The friends of Mrs. J. W. Woosley regret to learn that her son, Mr. Chas. Kistner, is suffering again with blood poison. Infection appear ed on his hand and it 13 thought that amputation will be necessary. Mrs. D. E. Pcnick, who has been visiting relatives ana friends in Washington City and Virginia, has returned horn. Mrs. Pcnick tells us that Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Ponick have returned to Chicago from Washington. Ranted A saleslady for a dry goods store. In answer ing this ad, state age, ex perience, and salary ex pected. Be sure to give reference. Address, "CONFIDENTIAL," Care Commercial Sound peanuts and popcorn want ed at Sam'l D. Woosley's. Miss Ebben Stramm, cf Mobile, Ala., is the house guest of Mis3 Vera Barmham thi3 week. Mr. Will . Mayo, this city, is in re ceipt of a message from France that hi3 brother, Cha3. Spurgeon, was seriously wounded in service. We trust that the wounded man will re cover. i Miss Ethel Russell, of Coalton, Okla., is spending a few days in and around Union City vi3iting friends. She has been attending University at Chicago, 111., and has been teaching at Coalton, and will teach there again this year. Mr. Herbert Stanfield, Camp Han cock, Ga., mails a letter to his folks in Union City, telling them of his promotion to corporal. "Fatty's" many friends in Union City, and they all like him, will be glad to know of his good luck. Constipation is the starting point for many serious diseases. To be healthy, keep the bowels active and regular. HERBINE will remove all accumulations in the bowels and put the system in prime condition. Price 60c. Sold by Oliver's Drug Store. Mrs. Evelyn Little Sherrlll, of Chicago, who has been visiting school girl friends in St. Louis, Kansas City and Memphis, will be here to-day to spend two weeks with her mother and sister, Mrs. Nannie Little and Miss Marion Little. W. W. Sparkman, of Moffatt, was here yesterday advertising a sale of livestock, farming tools, etc., to be held at the Andy Nclms place on Friday, Aug. 16. Mrs. Sparkman is in poor health and Mr. Sparkman is selling out to move to Middle Ten nessee. J. M. Hawkins, of Lake County, was a visitor here Tuesday. Mr. Hawkins was a candidate for Floater against Dr. Griffin, and he wants the friends in Obion County to know that he appreciates their support. He tenders the people of Obion Coun ty, those especially who voted for him, his kindest thanks. When ordering meat products from the meat market specify Rey nolds Packing Company goods and take no other. It's better. T. R. Masscy, in the office yester day, informed us that Private John R. Sowell (Jack), in a letter home, told of meeting Mr. Ralph Quinn ac cidentally while the former was exploring- an . old cathedral, end this was the second man of his acquaint ance he had seen since he had been in France. We can imagine the pleasure of the surprise. M. A. Gaulden and son have bought a drainage boat a;id are at work this week on the Obion and Trimble levee, at what is knovn as Gum dough. After finishing thi3 job, they will cut a ditch on what is called Dillard Creek, not far from the Wect place on the Trimble and Ma son Hall road, so ua to drain the water from this creek into the big ditch. They have a good boat and know how to operate it and some thing will be done, in theso parts toon. The Phil Hyman's Cut Price Shoe Sale is still going on. We still have plenty of ladies', children and men's slippers to close out, and they are at prices that will surprise you. It will pay you to buy a pair of them for next season. So come to the Phil Hyman's Cut Price Store and get a pair of slippers for $1.98, worth $3.50; and for $2.98, worth $5 to $6. We must make room for winter shoes and all our slippers must go, so come to Phil Hyman's Cut Price Store and select yourself a pair of slippers at cut price. Cut Down Labor Hire. Do more work in the winter; all harness and machinery should be re paired for cpring and summer U3e. Repair old buildings and construct new ones before cpring rush begins. Plan ahead. By so doing a farm er can often do with at least one hired nian less. Neighbors may work together to make up a crew. It i3 often possible by rotating from one farm to anotner for the operators to perform all work with very little or no hired help. Retired farmers should get back on the old farm, or some other farm, and drive a team, or do something to help with the farming operations. Stimulate the workmen's desire to do more work each day by treating them well, paying fair wages, pro viding good houses, and paying ex tra for overtime. Organize all difficult work so that the fullest use of every man and team will be secured. , Stick to the staple crops adapted to your locality. Buy new labor saving machinery such as binders, larger cultivators, and tractors. Be Sure of the Number Before Calling The telephone directory is issued at frequent intervals for the information and benefit of the telephone-using public. Every effort is made to keep this list accurate and up-to-date. It is expected that telephone-users will consult it before making calls. A call for an incorrect number causes delay and possible annoy ance to a third party. Avoid inconvenience to all con cerned by looking up telephone numbers in the directory before calling. Wlen you TtUploneSmili CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated BOX 211, UNION CITY, TENNESSEE. 9 I o). 0) I will offer for sale at public auction at the old Andy Nelms place, near Moffatt, on Friday, August 16, 1918 Two mules, two horses, farming tools, cultivators, mowers, binders, two turning plows, big 14- disk harrow, gear and har ness, some good clover hay, etc. Terms made known on day of sale. Sale begins at 10 o'clock. W. W. SPARKMAN. J. G. Saunders, Auctioneer. Farmers and stock-raisers may now have, the opportunity of buying tankage from our plant. We will furnish both the fresh and the dry, and can furnish you with any amount. ' Its a known fact that tankage is the great est of all feeds to-day, if properly mixed and fed. Every dollar spent for tankage will yield you more than two for one. No farmer can afford to do without it. We expect to be able to furnish all who come. If ever you expect to increase the raising and fattening of hogs, now is your time. With hogs now selling here above 18 cents on foot, don't you think you had better push your hogs by feeding everything that is good and that will make hog flesh cheap. BUY TANKAGE. , REYNOLDS PACKING CO.