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J C- SB. HICKOK with W. G. Ciagett Co. Give me a call when in the city. Your business will be appreciated. Important Registration Notice AUGUST 24th, 1918 August 24 has been set apart by the President of the U. S. for young men who have become of age since June 5, 1918, and who have on or before Aug. register for military duty. In men this registration is deemed will be conducted at the office of City, between the hours of 7 a. Please take due notice and govern yourselves accordingly. Failure to comply with these instructions carries a severe pen alty, punishable by imprisonment in a Federal penitentiary. Union City, Tenn., Aug. 15, 1918. ! C. W. MILES, Secretary. CLASSIFIED ADS WANTED Housekeeper. Phone 224 J, or addrcsn Mrs. M. E. Hc.mil ton. - 21-lt FOR SALE A pair of mulcts, p,nd 6 yearn old, on long time. Felix Mocre. 20-2t FOR SALE CHEAP A nice 7-room residence on Exchange street. R I.. fiumminers. 13tf FOR SALE CHEAP A good bug srv mars, nerfeetlv sound and abso lutely safe. , Color, black. Phone 536-J. Sudie Caruthers. 21-2t FOR RENT 6-room house, toilet and bath, corner North Second and West Gibbs streets. Apply to O IMreks. ' 19tf WANTED Somebdy who has found a bunch of -keys lost several weeks ago to return to Thos. South worth. LOST Between Commercial of fice and post office a K. of P. pin. Finder please .return to this office and receive reward. 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-ft 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's lien notes H bearing six per cent interest. 21-2t R. P. WHITESELL. I have for sal.) oui Eight Cylinder Four Passenger Chubby Roadster Oldsmobilo absolutely new, just brought from Memphis here and will sel for $150 lcs3 thtn regular price cost, $1,835.00. If interested write or phone and will show ycu. T. D. Samuels, Clinton, Ky. 20-3t 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. Cottage Cheese Days at Markets. Thru the efforts of home demon stration agents, special cottage cheese days he been established at curb markets in several cities in Virginia. The country women make up special lots of cottage cheese for these days and the city women know that they will be able to buy a fresh ly made product at that time.- In Fayetteville, Ark., a grocer adver tises a regular market day as Cot tage Cheese Day. Farm women who have received instruction from the home demonstration agent provide him with a good product for his cus tomers. 666 cures Headaches, Biliousness, loss of Appetite, or that tired aching feeling, due to 'malaria or Colds. Fine Tonic. . ' 24, ,1918, become of age to view of the demand for Class I necessary, i his registration the Local Board in Union m. and 9 p.m. RIVES. School opens Monday. Corporal Archie Shipp, of Camp Gordon, was a social visitor here Sabbath. A series of meetings at the Chris tian Church have been in progress for more then a week. Elder Dunn, of Paris, Texas, who several years fiast held a meeting here, has been n . charge. ' Bliss Callicott, of the Pleasant Hill vicinity, is driving an Elgin six. Mrs. Burt Hooper and mother, Mrs. Vincent, of Ripley, were recent guests of Mrs. Dave' Hooper. Jessie Forrester, of Camp Fort Sill, is in on a furlough. Misses Mr.rgarct Morris, Gladys Jones, Imc. Lee Hollowr.y and sister, Jennie, were guests for the day with Mr3. W. J. Caldwell Tuesday. " There is a new concrete bridge on South Church street and one corner ing the A. C. Elam farm. Misses Hazelle Mays and Kathryn Bryan, of Union City, were recent house visitors of Miss Ola Petty. Owen Woody this week has been on the night-force to run the tractor1 on the B. J. Wade fr.rms. This ma chine run3 twenty hours of the day and night, turning a fallow of thirty r.cres. Jas. O. Scoggins, by occupation a carpenter, has added considerable beauty and conveniences to his home on Caldwell avenue in a large front gallery and inside work. A son is reported in the home of Mr. and Mre. M. C. Underwood. Members of the C. P. c&ngrcgation have been attending a meeting over at Crittcndon Grove io hear Rev. Jamie McLeskey v.iio is assisting Rev. J. H. Themes, Mr. Geo. Corbitt is vci'y seriously ill, to the rcgrc. cf citizens who have come to greatly esteem Mr. and Mrs. Corbitt, proprietors of the Corbitt House. Martin Forrester hps purchased the farm northwest of town, known aovthe Dan Webster place. Miss Louise Shropshire was taken very ill a few d'-.ys since with acute indigestion that suggested poison. Misu Shropshire r.nd neighbors had partaken of watermelon and canta loupe that cam near proving fatal for her and that also rendered two others greatly indisposed. Mrs. Chester Phebus was the honoree..of a gypsy tea Thursday evening of the past week on the spacious lawn of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Mitchell. It was a return natal day of Mrs. Phebus. Carl Womack and sister, Miss Gladys, are at home from a two weeks visit in Nashville and Galla tin. The union tent meeting is post poned until sometime next month. The little Misses Leone and Lillian Callicott are visiting relatives at New Ebenezer. Since writing our letter the sad news comes in that Mary Ruth Starnes, three-yerr-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Starnes, ill the past ten days with flux, is dead. Friday past we visited the bedside of the little girl and received the news that the crisis had passed. We ten der our condolences, to the bereaved family. Constipation is the starting point for many serious diseases. To be Lealthy, keep the bowels activo and regular. HERBINE will remove all accumulations in the bowels and put tha system in prime condition. Price 60c. Sold by Oliver's Drug Store. LOCAL AND PERSONAL Miss Louise Lamb is visiting in i Martin this week. ,. Mr. Geo. P. Hurt, of Martin, was a Wednesday visitor. Miss Carrie Schmidt is visiting in Memphis this week. Mr. Abner Taylor, of Jcckscn, was in the city last week. Mr. Gus Carter returned this week from Greenwood, Mis3. Eat at Forrester's. Mr. James McDanicl, of Kentucky, is visiting his mother. r Miss Ruth Moore has returned from a visit in Memphis. Mr. Phil Hyman left Sunday on a business trip to Chicago. T. H. Dougherty has returned from his vacation in Johnston County. Miss Myla Smith, of Kenton, was in the city Wednesday shopping. Miss Miller, of Texas, was the guest of Mrs. J. H. Wheeler this week. Mrs. E. T. Lancy and children, of Trimble, visited relatives here this week. Mrs. Price Fields and Miss Kath leen Redditt were visitors in Obion week. Mrs. L. C. Arnold left yesterday for Murphysboro to visit her sister, Mrs. Dufford. Mrs. I. P. Fitzgerald, of Nashville, will be the guest of Mrs. Mlttie Moore next week. Nice line candy, fruits and cigars at Forrester's. Mrs. Henrietta Douglas, of Wood land, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Corura this week. Mrs. J. M. Glenn, Mrs. Dan Glenn and Miss Mary Prather leave Monday for Dawson Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fato Glover will return home next week after a sum mer spent in Clayton. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Glass, of Mar tin, were guests of the week of Mrs. J. L. Fry, Main street. Shoppers this week were Mr. Tom Marsh, of Mason Hall, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Pierce, of Trimble. . Mr. Ripley Dr.vls, of Washington, was in the city Monday en route to Jnckcon to visit his parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Arnn are in St. Louis this week buying fall hats for Mrs. Arnn's Union City store. Mis3 Bessie Shatz was in the city- last week en route to her home in Kenton after a isit to Nashville. .Where do you eat and drink? After all Forrester's place is the best. Mr. and Mrs. Will Brown and lit tle daughter, Maxine, of Obion, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hopper Sunday. Mrs. Lcdbetter and Mr. Mesler, of Little Rock, Ark., are in the city vis iting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Cowden. Misses Eva Luther, Theresa Talley, Messrs. Thomas H. Dougherty and G. C. Cloys attended a convention at Fulton yesterday. Messrs. Dickie Turner, Leonard Phebus, Will D. Webster and Wal ter Mays attended the dance in Jack- con Wednesday night. As the sun brightens the world so do Dr. Scott's glasses brighten the eyes of the people. Miss Flanary and Misa Mabel Loring left Wednesday for Indian apolis and other Eastern points to buy millinery for Miss Flanary. Miss Ruth Riley, who has com pleted a course in the Bowling Green Business University, has accepted a position with the Canva3 Decoy Co. a3 stenographer and bookkeeper. Miss Ida Lee Williams, accom panied by her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson, of Dallas, Texas, passed thru Union City Mon day en .route to several parts of Ken tucky, making the trip in their car. Miss Ida Lee is tho granddaughter of Mrs. Fannie Williams, Second street. i Will the person ' who picked up a Signet Ring, with letter "S" on it, on the floor in Shatz Bros, store Saturday after noon, please return it to Dave M. Shatz and receive a liberal reward. Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Prathor, of Baird, Texas, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Corum, will lo cate in the city at an early date. A. J. Haynie, who has charge of tie Hubb Wade farm, reports a fine corn crop despite the dry weather. He thinks he will make some extra fine corn. Friend3 are indeed glad to learn that Mrs. F. W. Watson is rapidly regaining her health. Sho is able to go out and spend the week at the beautiful suburban home of her parents, Dr. and Mr3. T. E. Marshall. Mrs. H. T. Butler and daughter, Miss Mary, Mrs. A. F. Tittsworth and Mrs. J. C. McRee left this week for Monteagle Assembly for a few weeks in the mountains and the pleasure of the platform entertain ments. News comes from France to the home of the parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Escue, in Union City, that Private Basil Barlow Escue ha arrived safe ly in France, and the young man has kind friend3 here who tender their best wishes to him over the seas. Mr: Herman Crocs, of Blytheville, Ark., came over this week to Join Mrs. Cross, who ha3 been here for several weeks visiting relatives and friends. Mr. Cros3 was on his way to St. Louis for a few days business trip. Mrs. Cross and children will return with Mr. Cross on his return home. V G. B. Wright, formerly ' withMhe grocery business in Union City, is now with Nailling-Kei3er Hardware Co. as salesman. Mr. Wright is a man of enterprise and business abili ty and tho hardwaro line will in clude another good recruit to the service. Mr. Shelton, late of Ken tucky, is also with tho Nailling Koiser Company and tho business i3 in good hands. Mr. Harold B. Thompson, a few weeks ago referred to in this paper as connected with tho Y. M. C. A. Army work, is in tho infantry. The mistake was accidental. Mr. Thomp son volunteered and was sent to Jef ferson Barracks. He was there con sidered for the clerical department, but demurred and was then assigned to the infantry. Wo are glad to make the correction. When the baby is suffering the double affliction of hot weather and bowel disorders, the remedy needed is McGEE'S BABY ELIXIR. It re duces the feverish condition, cor rects the stomach and check looso nees of the bowels. Price 25c and 50c per bottle. Sold by Oliver'3 Drug Store. The people of Union City should be, and many of them doubtless are, under an everlasting debt of grati tude for the efforts of the commit tee to arbitrate the school trouble. It is a thankless job, and indeed we have doubted if ever any good man would accept it. Messrs. John T. Walker, this city, T. J. Bonner, Rives, and Hal Elder, Trenton, were selected in good faith by the mem bers of the joint committee from the Board of Mayor and Aldermen and Board of Education, and they are honor bound and we presume will abide the result. These arbiters were selected because of their im peachable character and standing in the respective communitives in which they reside, and for the citi zens of Union City we take the lib erty to extend our grateful thanks. 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. 9 o Buy Wide you it! yoor money's worlh iveiy lime. SWEETEN IT WITH White Karo Syrup, per gallon ........ 75c Red Karo Syrup, per gallon 70c Log Cabin Maple Syrup, per can 25c " large size... 50c Buy Your Lard from Lard Headquarters Best compound, per pound 26c Pure hog lard, per pound.... 30c We underbid the market on nearly everything in the grocery line. Both Phones and a Ford. Cash Grocery Company. Washing Street, near Courthouse FREMONT. Mr. Tom Ross and daughter, of Humboldt; returned home Satur day after spending a week with Mr. Ross' mother, Mrs. J. M. Green. Miss Idele Lukes gave an enter tainment with music Saturday night in honor of her cousins, Misses Lee and lucker, of Obion. Mrs. Mag Ray and son, Buford, of Bethel, spent last week with Mr. Will Vincent's family. Mrs. Annie Killion was called Sunday morning to the bedside of her daughter, Mrs. Hurtle Ray, who is 'real sick. Mr. Hardy Crawford and wife spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. Alvin Vincent and family. Mrs. Jackson, of Trenton, and her sister, Mrs. Arondel, of Jackson, spent a few days with their niece, Mrs. Ira Edwards, and al30 their brother, J. S. Bell, at State Line. Miss Euna Bell is with her sister this week. W. C. T. U. The W. C.jprv. will meet with Mrs. J. J. Melvin thi3 afternoon at 4 o'clock. Opening, song. Invocation, scriptural, 146 Psalm. Business. Song. Paper by Mrs. Todd. v Music. Reading, Miss Mary Lawson. Review of work done by local un ion in the patriotic departments, by members social hour. Mrs. Conn will have charge of the music. All members, arc urged to be present at this lact social meeting of the year. Capt. W. R. Manley will sell the J. M. Dabbs 100 ceres of land that is situated midway of Mi3ton and Ridgely, Tenn., Thursday, Aug. 22, 1918. This fine 100 acres ha3 about 65 acres in cultivation, house and barn, well situated. It joins the Foulks and Wright Phebus planta tion on the C. M. & G. R. R. It will sell without bybid or reserve in Ridgely r.t 2:30 p. m. Thursday, August 22, in front of the bank. Go see it. Buy it. No better in Lake CouLty. f Sale by W. R. Manley Land Auc tion Co. of Union City, Tenn. 21-lt You May Have Noticed. Nothing a thing that happens extensively in most of our lives. ur groceries irom mm The Battalion Encampment. Capt. Claud Andrews went to Jackson to-day to investigate the possibility of holding battalion en campment at that place. Tho State division of the National Glard is to hold its encampment in Tennessee at an early- date, and tho four com panies from West Tennessee com prising an independent battalion de sire their encampment in West Ten nessee. Union City should get in line for this encampment. CALOMEL PURIFIED OF ALL OBJECTIONS Chemists Rid Doctors' Favorite Medi cine of Nauseating and Dangerous Qualities. New Variety Called "Calotabs" A triumph of modern pharmacy that is destined to bless the whole world that is the opinion of physi cians and druggists who are familiar with the new calomel that is wholly free from the objectionable effects of the old-style calomel. An occsional purifying of the sys tem and thorough cleansing of the liver are absolutely essential to health, and, as all doctors know, calomel is the only drug that accom plishes this result. Now that the unpleasant and 'dangerous effects are entirely removed, the popularity of the new calomel, Calotabs, will be vastly increased. Its effect is delight ful. One tablet at bedtime, a swal low of water that's all. You wake up next morning' feeling fine, your liver cleansed, your system purified and with a hearty appetite for break fast. Eat what you plcase-r-no dan ger. No restrictions of habit or diet. Calotabs are sold only in original sealed packages, price thirty-five cents. Your druggist recommends and guarantees them. (Advt.) '""3 Protracted ' Meeting. Rev. Mcllwain, assisted by Rev. W. O. Boone, evangelist, will begin a series of revival services at the Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Troy, beginning next Sunday even ing. The public i3 cordially invited to these services. Exchange Street Church of Christ. Bible study at 10:30 a. m. next Lord's day. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 5:30 p. m.J Come worship with, us. T. M. CARNEY.