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Should be on.overy iatfe! ISIMTPOSTOH (A favor almost undistingnishsible from coffee ) For years the favorite peace -timo beverage of tens of thousands . How even more prominent because ''Made in America 'and a saver of ocean tonnage much needed for our armies "Over There V - hi Made instantiy-no boiling . A sugar saver and a truly ; delicious and satisfying table J drink for young and old. -2 WAR SAVINGS STAMPS OBION FOURTH IN STATE "W. E. Hudgins, County Chairman, to be Congratulated. The War Savings end Thrift Stamps campaign in Obion County has been one of the exceptionally suc cessful drives in the State, and the county chairman, Mr. Hudgins, Ja to be congratulated upon his work as director find expected to share these congratulations with his ca pable assistants, especially the work done by Mrs. Caruthcrs. Tennessee stands well towards the top of the list in amount of cash col lected on war stamps and the county of Qbion is fourth in the State. Trousdale is first with a per capita per centage of 15.85; Lincoln next with 12.64, Wil3on third with 12.46 and Obion fourth with 11.90. Farmers, Attention! All farmers who are Interested In the welfare of the nation are urged to attend the farmers meeting at the Commercial Club in Union City Sat urday afternoon, Sept. 28, at 1:30 sharp. Instructions have been received lrom Washington in regard to secur ing deferred classification for farm ers and also for securing indefinite furloughs for men who are needed on farms and who have been draft ed. Immediate action is necessary to avoid difficulty in taking advant age of this offer ef the Government. Other questions of importance to the entire county must come up at this meeting. A Government representative will le here and will address the farmers at this time. F. M. McREE, Chairman County Council Na tional Defense. J. M. CHAMBERS, President Farmers Institute. T. H. DOUGHERTY, County Agent. G. C. CLOYS, ' County Food Administrator. SURGEONS agree that in cases of Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds, the FIRST TREATMENT is most Important. When an EFFICIENT antiseptic is applied promptly, there Is no danger of Infection and the -wound begins to heal at once. For use on man or beast, BOROZONE is the IDEAL ANTISEPTIC and HEAL ING AGENT. Buy it now and be Teady for an emergency. Price 25c, 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by Oliver Drug Co. "If Chicken Chowder won t make your hens lay. they , must be roosters" colpurtna If you want more eggs, order today.from' -A money I - 1 The Gash Grocery Col i Real Estate Transfers. W. T. Nichols to T. A. Warren, 75 acres in No. 7, $4,500. C. M. Davis ct al. to A. S. Holt, 45 acres in No. 10, $2,300. Dahnke, Elam & Parduo to Edgar J. Owen et al., lot in No. 13, $200. L. G. Brush et al. to H. C. Jackson, 20 acres to No. 8, $1,425. J. M. Hamilton et al. to E. W. Wisener, 41 acres in No. 9, $5,000. J. W. Cunningham ct al. to W. W. Bradshaw, 65 acres in No. 9, $7,000. W. W. Bradshaw ct al. to J. W. Cunningham, 76 acres in No. 9, $8,000. G. E. Griffin et al. to Joel Erranton et al., 59 acres in No. 16, $4,800. Henry Latimer ct al. to Van E. Latimer et al., interest in 172 acres in No. 10,' fl.285. v E. P. McCaw et, al. to Monroe McCowan, lot in No. 4, $2,125. J. F. Clark et'al. to Mrs. C. M. Ben ton, lot in No. 4, $1,250. ' Mrs. Mollie George Adams to John R. George, lot in N6. 13, $400. H. P. Ncylor to J. M. Belcher, 84 acres in No. 13, $10,134.60. H. C. Corley to W. P. Peacock, lot in No. 15, $2,800. Cecil Caldwell ct al. to B. F. Stan ley, interest in 42 acres in No. 1, $1,000. Chas. Stallins to Robt. ' Merrill, lot in No. 16, $850. VINOL MAKES WEAK WOMEN - STRONG Positive Convincing Proof We publish the formula of Vino! to prove convincingly that it has the power to create strength. J Cod Liver and Beef Peptoaet, Iron " and Manganese Peptonmtea, Iron end Ammonium Citrate, Lima and 8oda Glycerophosphate, Caaearia. Any woman who buys a bottle of Vinol for a weak, run-down, nervous condition and finds after giving it a fair trial it did not help her, will have her money returned. ' You see, there is no guess work about Vinol. Its formula proves there is nothing like it for all weak, run-down, overworked, nervous men and women and for feeble old people and delicate children. Try it once and be convinced, Oliver's Drug Store, Union City, Tenn PICKEII pCRATCH I POWBERI- feed J OPENING OF THE GREAT FOURTH LIBERT YEOND LOAN Volunteer Says To-Morrow and Sua day Airplane Maneuvers. The ' Fo'urth Liberty Loan cam paign opens in Obion County to morrow, Oct. 28, with preparations for a special rousing union meeting at the Methodist Church, with Sergt Keaton Christianberry, of Milan, Tenn., and Mr. Joseph Newburger, of Memphis, as orators of the occasion Speaking will begin at 11 o'clock The speakers will be in Troy at 2:30 and at Obion at 4 o'clock for similar addresses. The ladies and all concerned will be ready for the volunteer work. The day will be enlivened with some specially interesting airplane maneu vers, contributed from Park Field, from which place we have had avia tors Morey and Dawson, both men of ability and future aces in the field of warplane activities. The patriotic citizens are expect ed to do their duty on volunteer days. They will do their duty if we have any idea of the spirit of our people. And so the campaign is on. The total bond issue is $6,000,000,000, Obion County's allotment, $470,000. We are particularly requested to state that no bonds will bo offered for sale or sold at any of the churches. NEW CALOMEL IS WHOLLY DELIGHTFUL ' Calotabs, the new harmless and nausealess calomel, may be obtained at almost any good drug store. As a liver-cleanser and system-purifier the new Calotabs aro even more effective than the old Btyle calomel, yet there is not the slightset danger, nausea nor unpleasantness. One Calotab at bedtime, with a swallow of water, that's all. Next morning you awako feeling fine, with a hearty appetite for breakfast, Eat what you pler.ee, fruits, acids or anything. There is not the slightest danger or interference with your work. Calotabs are sold in original, sealed packages, prico thirty-five cents. Your druggist will refund your money if you are not delighted he recommends them. (Advt.) Our Subscribers. Among the names credited with subscriptions and renewals since last week are: ' A. Wilson, Obion; J. A. Hefley, Dr. G. B.. Burrus, L. T. Holliday, T. M. Flack, Woodland Mills; Gen. W. H Swiggart, Jr., Catron Compton, Nashville; Chas. Fisher, Peoria, 111.; H. P. Cotton, W. W. Agnew, Mrs. M. D. Smith, Miss Lizzio Guy, Rives; E. S. Tatom, Shawnee, Okla.; C. D. Gibbs, Helena, Ark.; Mrs. Dora Tay lor, Kenton; G. B. Prather, Chas. L, Harris, W. P. Noah, A. B. Johnson, Number Two; W. J. Tucker, Cobb's Chapel; Lewis, Castleman, LaCenter, Ky.; Chas. Everett, E. E. Evans, Dr. T. E. Marshall, Bruce Kirkman, J. J. Barham, Wade Wiley, Mrs. T. F. Scott, J. M. Phebus, Mrs. Ludie Joy- ner. Number Thirteen; L. C. Wag ster, Fulton; Rheda Mathia, Moscow; S. H. McGowen, Troy; E. T. Mitchell, J. F. Hauscr, Mrs. Sam Wright, S. E. Agnew, Number Four; E. L. Harmond, F. W. Moss, Number Ten; Mrs. Thedron Wheeler, T. C. Bondu rant, C. B. Hawkins, A. E. Ratliff, Number Three; L. E. ploys, Number Sixteen; T. H. Cheatham, Gibbs; M. L. Cloys, Canal Zone; Swan Burrus, Camp Lee, Petersburg, Va.; Mrs. W. F. Richardson, Whiteville, Tenn.; O. E Beck, Camp Jackson, Columbia, S. C; Chas. T. Brown, Memphis; Mrs. J. J. Kce, Atlanta, Ga.; G. A. Warren, Bob Isbell, Dr. D. C. Mad dox, W. B. McSpedden, Mrs. Lina House, Number Seven; Miss Good man, Milan, Tenn.; Mrs. R. B. Cal licott, Pleasant Hill; Chas. Lasater, Hornbeak; Miss Miriam Edwards, St. Louis; G. ;M. Riddlck, Number Twelve; Chas. 'Biggs, Number Six; C. L. Wood, Martin; Dr. J. F. Grif fin, Tiptonville; Miss Sallie Thomas, Fresno, Cal.; Mrs. Mary Erwin, C. M. Chapelle, S. P. Harris, R. A. Alex ander, F L. Pittman, W. J. Mays, W. W. Cowden, W." W. Mays, J. T. Owens, Mrs. E. C. Curlin, J. O. Nichols, John R. George, Mrs. S. P. Roulhac, Mrs. J. H. Sanders, Mrs. M. B. DeGraffenreid, Dr. H. T. Butler, Mrs. Louella Swiggart, D. A. Allen, A. F. Tittsworfh, M. F. White, city; Will Culberson, Troy; Miss Alvln Vinson, Number Ten;' J. A. Hight, Rives; John Ratliff, Number Three; Mrs. Maude Tansil, Harris i- Ike Wade, Number Thirteen. As Secretary McAdoo unfurled the Fourth Liberty Loan honor flag from the top of the Treasury building a hundred French veterans stood at attention. The flag will fly thruout the loan campaign, which starts next Saturday. Social and Personal H. B. Ward Weds Tennessee Girl. At a quiet wedding solemnized at 7 o'clock this morning Harry B Ward and Miss Edna Anderson were married in the presence of a small circle of friends. Rev. S. M. Cheek read the service. The couple then left for San Francisco where they will spend their honeymoon and visit the groom's mother. Upon their re turn they will make their temporary home at the residence of Mrs. Mary Meany, where the wedding occurred The groom, who is well known here, is special agent for the Stand ard Oil Company. The bride came to Merced recently from Union City, Tenn.,, and has been employed in the Farmers and Merchants National Bank. Mercod (Cal.) Sun. " SS9 BraUey-Parks. . The marriage pt Miss Ollie May Parks, of San Angelo, Texas, and Mr. Earl C. Bradley, of Houston, will be received here as quite a surprise to the many friends of the bride, who formerly vas one of Union City's most attractive girls. The marriage took place in San Angelo, Texas, September 14 at 3p. m. SS3 Forester-Cooksey. Mr. Dewey W. Forester and Miss Esther Cooksey were quietly mar ried in the city last week. The bride is a daughter of S. H. Cooksey, this city, and for some time has been en gaged as stenographer and typist in St. Louis. Mr. Forester has been assigned to military service. The many friends of the couple in the county . tender very kind congratu latlons. SHOES! SHOES! Our stock of ladies', men's and children's shoes is complete. . Our ladies' shoes are of the best colors and styles at cut prices. Our stock of men's work shoes is larger this year than ever before. You will think it is old prices when you price them. . ' So come and get a pair of them at Phil Hyman's Cut Price Store. Buy Liberty Bonds. Missionary Entertainment. Circle No. 4 of the Woman's Mis sionary Society of the Methodist Church will entertain with a miscel laneous shower end silver tea at the home of Mrs. O Spradlin next Mon day afternoon at 3 o'clock. Every body cordially invited. First Christian Church. Did you ever see a commencement in a Sunday school? Well, the Sun day school of the First Christian Church will haVe its commencement (or promotion) next Sunday morning beginning at 9:50. There will be a splendid program given by the boys and girls and each one graduating will receive a diploma. There will be no preaching at the 11 o'clock hour. The congregation will meet with the other congrega tions qt the town in a union service to be held at the Methodist Church in the interest of the Liberty Loan drive. There will be two interesting speakers. One of th,em lost an arm in the second battle of the marne. His home is Milan, Tenn. The communion service will be ob served at the nght preaching hour. J. RANDALL FARRIS, Minister. IN MISERY FOR YEARS Mrs. Courtney Tells How She Was Cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Oskaloosa, Iowa." For years I was simply in misery from a weakness and awf nl naina a n d nothing seemed to do me any good. A friend advised me to take Lydia E. Pinkham Vege table Compound. I did so" and got re lief right away. I can certainly re commend this valu able medicine to other women who suffer, for it has rinna inch (rood nrnvlr tn ma tout 1 know It wilfhelo others if they will give it a fair trial.'' " rr oil. A Mrs. LIZZIE UOURTNEX, iuo Ota Ave., West, Oskaloosa, Iowa. Why will women drag along from day in waA vear out. suffering such misery as did Mrs. Courtney, when such letters as wis areconunuaiiy reing published. Every woman who suffers from displacements, irregularities, in flammation, ulceration, backache, ner vousness, or who is passing through the Change of Life should give this famous root and herD remeay, i.yaia r,. nun. ham's Vegetable Compound, atrial. For special advice write Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. The result of ita long experience is at your service, ''iiBUaMtfaa.VaMMa-aSaMatoM!! '' ' v . We will win this war Nothing else really matters until we do! The Flavor Lasts UNDER TENT THEATRE America's Best Popular - Priced Show The ac-Taff Stoclt Co. Ten-Piece Band Monday Night's Play: "The Mao She Married" , A 4-Act Drama. Five vaudeville specialties between acts. ADHISSION Adults 22c, wartax 3c, total Children 14c, war tax Ic, total FREE FREE This ticket and 3c war tax Monday night. This ticket without lady, 25c. Purchase Liberty Bonds. DON'T LET THE SON GO DOWN. Purchase Liberty Bonds. Marriage licenses. Earl Atwood and Iva Kemp. Jessie Giles and Ada Hendon. Will Cummings and Ella , Logan. Lee Grason and Ellie McKenney. Aubrey Brown and Abey Young, Grcenie Wilson and Bonnie Roach. Jim Nat Naylor and Autie Daniels. Amos Nichols Ef Mildred Bald win. Raymond Glover and Josio Law rence. and Orchestra. 25c 15c FREE will admit any lady free on Card of Thanks. I wish to thank the Woodmen of the World for the prompt payment of the policy of my husband, M. W. Spain. I also want particularly to thank you for furnishing him a nurse for so long, and for each and every favor done him in his long illness. I shall always remember your kindness with gratitude. MRS. M. W. SPAIN.