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All subscribers, to the second Eed Cross War Fund will please call at ' tie Old National uanK ana majce their uavment for September. All . who have not made all prior pay- ments will please attend to this. R. P. Whitescll was a business vis- Itor In St. Louis this week. W. Y. Pickard was a business vis ! Itor this week in Mississippi. Miss Mary Howard . Turner was a visitor In Jackson last week. Eat at Forrester's. Mr. Geo. Dahnke was a visitor in St. Louis the first of the week. Miss Lillian Harding is teaching In the Martin public high school Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lasater, of Bornbeak, were in the city Monday, Girls and junior hats at Mrs Aran's. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Scott were in Nashville lest week attending the lair. Mrs. Sam Parkman was the guest f Mrs! W. P. Hughes in Fulton last week. Mrs. J. C. Richcy is up dgain after En illness of five weeks with malarial fever. . Hice line candy, fruits and cigars at Forrester's. . Misses Maggio Burko and Ruth Pnrrish were visitors at Harris last Friday. J. M. Chambers, of McConnell, was a visitor here Monday at the Liberty Loan meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Verna Irvine and little daughter. Grace, visited in Number Seven Sunday. Miss Stanley and Miss Rheda Mathls, of Moscow, were In the city last Saturday as visitors. Velvet leads the hat fabrics, in various popular materials shown at Mrs. Aran's. O. L. Wood, of Martin, a good friend of. the paper, was a business Tisitor in the city Tuesday. Mrs. Ernest Rice, , of Dyersburg, was a visitor here last Monday at the Liberty Loan meeting. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Nichols were visitors in Memphis this week atid attending the Tri-Stato Fair. Mrs. Nell Suther, of Tuscaloosa, Ala., has returned home after a short visit to Mrs. John E. Church. . Where do you eat and drink? After all Forrester's place is the best. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Bondurant, of the vicinity of Clayton, were' in the city Monday C3 visitors and shop pers. - - Mr. D. P. Caldwell io in St. Louis, and Chicago this week selecting a supply 01 nouaay gooas tor nis Biore here. Gas Carter, Will D. Webster and John Whitton Moody attended the boat dance at Hickman Monday night. Mr. Frank Andrews, who was here attending the funeral of his mother last week, left Sunday returning to Nashville. , : Miss Zula Parkman, Miss Jose phlne Watts and W. C. Watts attend , d the boat dance at Hickman Mon day night. J. N. Bramham, one of the best known salesmen in Union City, Is now with W. G. Clagett Co. selling men's furnishings. Mrs. Jas. Wheeler and family and .Mrs. Thedron Wheeler, of Number Three, were in the city Saturday as visitors and shoppers. Dr. W. A. Nailling is acting as .surgical assistant in ono of the large hospitals of Chicago this week. He win return nomo oy uci. . Mrs. 'T. V. Miller-and children, who were here attending the Naylor sale last week, have returned to their home at Elkton, Ky. t Attending tho Fourth Liberty Loan meeting hero la3t Monday were Mrs. Leamon Browder, Mrs. Rhoads, and J. L. Pickle, of South Fulton. Sailors, mushrooms and rolling trim models in autumn hats are shown at Mrs. Aran's, fitted and draped crowns, the latest. Capt. Andrews and Lieut. Plttman wero In Paris last Saturday drilling of Company K, headquarters Union City... . ... R. E. White "has returned from Ohio, where he was called by the War Department for target practice. Mr. White is back awaiting further military orders, i . -Messrs. W. J. Briggs, W; Z. Mas aengill, F. B. Stanley, Jno. D.'Palm- f the Socks You f ( ssi m ovi Ji(QF : U them stiff and hard. B VA g AM Cm CRANOMA tore M 4 . 1 " Sll ( V V "When Grandma Comes (I I 1 V 5e f 'f 5W ' and Larger f n- . Size Package r J ' ' ' rar''' I .......n. i..-nii. .mi i i i 1 , Linim -mhimh u.,ri,4.t:iM,-.,.ti-f. 7t n ,(,, ivV, lljyarkJfc.yk,:.! YES, easy, real easy , when Grandma helps do it. No more back breaking over a rubbing board not with Grandma on the job. Grandma gets right down to the bottom of things in a hurry. Dirt just can't hide away when she gets after it. ran mvnnm '(Ban SSlWMlP Think of the time and bother and the waste of cutting or chipping bar soap And the rubbing off of a whole bar.There is no reason for that now and, besides, it costs tt money. It's different with Grandma. You measure out just what you need but no more. It stops waste and saves work.; That is real soap economy. Try this Povqdered Soap Today rtn J UbO 4 Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Smith, Messrs. p. 0. Head, Jr., Geo. Dahnke, Hunter Elam and E. H. Marshall, of this r and John O'Donncll left this week city, attended the Fourth Liberty for. Tulsa, Okla.,. to attend the Con- J ta&n meeting In Memphis last Fri federate Reunion. Mr, O'Donnell J day. , C. P. Wilson, of Troy, and G. will go to Nevada to. visit hi3 broth-B. Balrd, of Obion, also members of ers and will probably spend the win-1 the party, were present at the meet ter in Nevada. - . ling. Miss Ruth Crenshaw has received from the War Department' her' pass port for Franco and awaits Orders for embarkation. She goes td the Red Cross branch of the war work. To look her best the matron chooses a tall, simple hat, topped in exquisite fashion, and best of all the prices are most moderate at Mrs. Aran's. - Z. T. Warren, of tho vicinity of Rives, was a visitor in the office last Monday. Mr. Warren is one of the oldest pioneor citizons. Ho has lived in Number ' Seven continuously for sixty years, with the exception of six years, and remembers the land whero Union City is as a cwamp. Ke is a mighty fino man and has num bers of descendants in the county who are most excellent citizens. Mrs. J. A.' Pricto and Miss Mary Dahnke left Friday night for New York City. Miss Dahnka will con tinue her school work at Columbia University and Mrs. Prieto will have a month's pleasure touring and visit ing. ' ' ': " Mrs. Avrie Cobll, who has been taking care of an orphan babe, whose mother died recently, goes to Mem phis this week to leave the little ono in an orphanage, Miss Lorine Morgan left this week for an extended visit to relatives and friends in Dallas, Texas. Mr. Mor gan accompanied her to Memphis and attended the Tri-Stato Fair. Mr, and Mrs. S. D. Woosley, Mr. Luther Stroud and auto party went to Paducah last Thursday for Ring ling's Circus, but the grounds were too soft to pitch the tents and there was no she. . . . Messrs. W. E. 'Hudgins, this ciy, and E. J. Green, Obion are, register ed for overseas service in Y. M. C A. work. They aro ready for orders to report, and. will mako two of the finest men in the service. . , , Mr. Edward Markham, of Tipton? ville, has been here during the week and a great deal of the time before that for several weeks, visiting his good personal friend, Mr. M. Glass cock, during the latter's illness. Patriotic Meeting. At the. Clayton high school a pa triotic meeting will bo held next Monday afternoon. A. E. Caldwell, of Clayton, was in the city Tuesday and authorized us to announce that Rev. H. A. Todd will be present to make an address. The public is urged to bo present. Fair Association Charter.' The stockholders representing the interest in the grounds recently bought at the trustee's salo have filed application for incorporation. As soon as charter Is granted the fair association will be reorganized, and when the time is ripo a county fair will be held as heretofore The Naylor Sale. . - r The sale of the Naylor tract of land in Number Two was held on the 19th Inst.,, and the homestead was sold to Mr. Lonnle Corum at $196 an acre. This is ono of tho finest farms in the county, and if the weather had been favorable tho land would have probably brought $200 or more. The tract contains 106 acres. The tract offered for salo by Mr. Herbert Naylor brought $119 and Mr. Joe Belcher was the purchaser. This is an 85 -acre tract and a mighty good one. Tho purchasers have made good investments. Box Supper. Miss Leila Reeves and Mrs. Lela Williams, teachers of the Clayton school had a box supper on the 20th, which was a success. A nice pro-i gram of recitations was rendered by the children, music furnished by Mr. Acey Elks end later the boxes were sold to the highett bidder, Mr. Henry Cloar bought the highest box sold, giving $5 for same. Miss Edith Thomas received the box of candy for being the most popular young lady. Mr. Scott Green auctioned the boxes. The total amount received from boxes sold and candy was. $63.40, which goes to paint the school building. Messrs., Ed and Emmcrson Parks donated $50 toward getting it painted, which we appre ciate very much. ATTENDANT. " Violators of the Gasoline Bule. The U. S. Fuel Administrator at Nashville, Hon. W. E. Myer, requires that I publish a list of all the vio lators of the President's gasoline rule in the local papers, that the publio may see for itself who it ia that re fuses to be governed by the Presi dent's request for the people to show their patriotism by a little self denial. As my deputios have not reported many violations to me for last Sun day up to the present time, I shall publish . no names this week, al though failing to do so I am laying myself liable to censure from the Fuel Administration, I am inclined to be as liberal as I can in this mat ter, and sincerely hope tho public will show its appreciation of tho situation and give no cause for com plaint. JNO. T. WALKER, U. S. Fuel Administrator for Obion County, Tenn. NO BEST NO PEACE There's no peace and little rest for the one who suffers from a bad back. and distressing ' urinary disorders. Union City people recommend Doan'a Kidney Pills. Be guided by their experience. . , Mrs. Mattie Fraser. N. Third St.. Union City, . says: "I was so I couldn't do a tap of work about tho -house owing to the , disordered con dition of my kidneys. 1 My back ached and I couldn't lift a thing and got no rest at night. My kidneys didn't act properly," either, and dif ferent remedies I tried brought mo no relief. I began taking Doan's Kidney Pills which I got at Oliver's Drug Store and. two boxe3 made me well. I have been well over since." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan'a Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Fraser had. Foster-Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.