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FOR RENT Furnished Call 513J. rooms 26tf FOR RENT Two nice furnished rooms. Apply to Mr 3. C. F. Dahnke, FOR SALE CHEAP A nice T-room residence on Exchange street. R. L. Cummings. 13tf WANTED To rent seven-room residence with modern improvements close in. Call 545 J. 26-4t LOST Bunch of keys, including 2 Tale lock keys, on clasp. Liberal reward. Return to this office. LOST Baby pillow in front of Coble's store on Saturday night, Sept 21. Finder return to Coble's store FOR RENT Six-room house on East Gibbs street. ' Electric lights and water. Apply to C. H. Courn Union City. Tenn. 29tf WANTED We buy and pay cash for country sides, shoulders and hams. Cash Grocery Co., Union ritv 23-tf WANTED To buy a good second hand cook stove with 6 caps and either a reservoir or warming closet, or both. Notify this office. FOR SALE Choice registered Hampshire pigs, either sex. Also Bonnie's Lady, two years old. See or write O. L. Weaks. Union City Tenn.. R.F.D. No. 4. 29-2tpd FOR SALE My home and extra large lot, corner Harrison and Ury streets; also 3-acrc lot in Black Bot tom. Will exchange for business DroDerty. Apply to Mrs. w. w. Hoi lowav. 29-4t Strayed or Stolen. One iron gray horse, age six years weight 1,100 pounds. Return or send information to me. Will be liberally rewarded. Mrs. V. C. Kin- sey, Route 4, Dyersburg, Tenn. Farm for Sale or Rent. I will sell my farm of 100 acres at a bargain if sold at once. Part cash, balance on good terms. If rented the applicant must give reference. Would like to rent so as to have 35 acres sown to clover and grass and 35 acres planted to corn. Good 5 room house, fences, water, etc. Write for further information. . J. H. STOVEK, 26tf Elbridge, Tenn. WANTED ldotormen and Conductors. Ex perienced or unexperienced, perma' nent, no labor trouble, wages 35 to 39 cents per hour. Men who have worked one month or more now making from $3 to $4.25 per day. $72 per month guar anteed, whether you are assign ed to work or not. Splendid oppor tunity of securing a permanent situa tion that will be very desirable after the war, when you will be high on seniority list. 24-tf MOBILE LIGHT and RAILROAD CO., Mobile, Ala. Twenty-five Gars of Scrap Iron Wanted The Government is calling for all the old scrap iron in the coun try, and within the next 15 days we will pay the Highest Market Price for all kinds of scrap iron in order to nil our contract Bring in all you can get and take advantage of the high price. Buy Liberty Bonds. Union Iron & Steel Go. Union City, Tenn. HOG SERUM FOR SALE. Prices on Application. 6. G. GLOYS SERUM COMPANY UNION CITY, TENN. ' Administrator's Notice. I have been appointed by the County Court of Obion County as administrator of the estate of Luther J. Cherry, deceased. Those owing the estate will see me at once and make settlement of the indebtedness, and those having claims against the estate will present them duly proven for payment. 28-4t This Oct. 2, 1918. 1 H. P. MOSS, Administrator, Etc. A valuable dressing for flesh wonds, ,srns, scalds, "old sores, rash, chafed is BALLARD'S SNOW LINIM... it is both healing and antiseptic.'3old by Oliver Drug Co Local and personal Eat at Forrester's. Bob Flanagan, of Clayton, was In town Monday. Dr. Jordan, of Hornbcak, was in the city Tuesday. Mrs. Ruth Vinson, of Fremont, was here Monday. A. B. Coble is a business visitor in Chicago this week. Nice line candy, fruits and cigars at Forrester's. Mrs. Chessie Green, of Fremont, was in town Monday. Mrs. Ada Anderson visited home folks at Harris Sunday. Mr. Frank Ring, of Boston, is vis iting friends in the city. Mrs. Milton Moore has been quite sick this week of influenza. Don't forget the sale of young mules which takes place here next Tuesday. Odus Williams, of Protemus, was here Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Cha3. Greeson, of Samburg, were hero Tuesday. Mrs. Avrie Coble has been quite sick this week with influenza. Dr. and Mrs. Peter Prather, Wood land, were in the city .Tuesday. Where do you eat and drink? After all Forrester's place is the best. Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Tate are up after a few days illness of influenza. Miss Lelia Shaw, of State Line, was a pleasant visitor hero thi3 week Miss Mittie Cayce, who has been sick of influenza, io better this week Miss Josie Kelly has returned after a month's visit to relatives at Fulton Attend sale of fine young mules here next Tuesday. Some extra fine stock offered to the high bidder. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Burchard and children were visitors in Martin Sun day. ' Mr. Percy Jones and son, of Hick man, were visiting in the city Tues day. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Montgomery, of Rutherford, were Tuesday shop pers. Miss Clare Parks was the guest for the week of Miss Eva Parks at Trimble. The opportunity of the year to buy fine young mules, to be sold here next Tuesday at auction. See this herd. Mrs. S. E. Faircloth was a visitor in Jackson for the week of Mrs. J. H. Arnn. Misses Pearl White and Annie Pitts spent Sunday a3 visitors in Trimble. Mrs. Clyde Higgs and Miss Mary Hawkins, of Obion, were Wednesday shoppers. Mrs. J. H. Gaulden, of Trimble, was the guest this week of Mrs. J. W. Burney. Suckling mules and coming-three- year-old mules, some extra fine stock, 35 head to be sold to the high bidder here next Tuesday. ta. P. Y. White is spending a few weeks in Dyersburg with relatives and friends. Mrs. Lee, of Martin, was a visitor here this week In the home of her son, Mr. Thad Leo. MissEvelyn Arnn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Arnn, i3 sick this1 week with influenza. Mrs. John Ford, of Cairo, 111., was in the city thi3 week visiting Mrs. Anna Ford Walden. News from Dixie Corum yesterday, very sick at Camp Mills, was that he was not much better. Mr. and Mrs, Paul Hornbeak and Mrs. Alf Hornbeak, of Fulton, were in the city Wednesday. Miss Mary Harris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Harris, haa been sick of iufluenza this week. Mrs. W. Z. Ma3sengill has returned from a, visit to her sister, Mrs. R. B. Green, at Tigrett, Tenn. Miss Louise Stone," with Morgan- Verhine Co. as trimmer, has been sick of influenza this week. Mcsdames J. W. Hannah and Bet- tie Travis, of Nashville, ere Mrs. J. M. Spradlin's guests this week. Mrs. Waddell Jackson and chil dren are improved this week after several days illness of influenza. Miss Mary Prather, who has been sick for several days with influenza, is considerably improved this week. Miss Mattie D. Rushing, of Harris, is a visitor hero this week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Gregory. Mr. Hurt Rochcllo, foreman of the News-Banner, was at home in Troy this week 'Guttering with an attack of influenza. Mrs. Willie Mai Condie and little son, Morris, of Memphis, are in the city .visiting Mrs. Condie's mother, Mrs. W. I. Garrett. Little Mi3ses Mary Lee and Wil lette Schmidt, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schmidt, havo been sick this week of influenza. Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. McConnell and Miss Clara McConnell, of Hick man, were in the city Tuesday visit ing relatives and friends. Misses Hunter, who have been vis iting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. P, Whitesell, have returned to their home in Sikcston, Mo. W. B. Hallum was home this week on a furlough to visit his wife and baby in Union City. Mr. Hallum is in camp in military training. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erwin, of Troy, were here this week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Sutherland and Mrs. A. E. McConnell end family. Visitors in the home of J. W. and Mrs. Burney this week were Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Pierce and daughter, Mary Ella, and J. M. Wallace. Attorney A. J. Harpole is presid ing in the absence of Chancellor Holmes as special Judge of the Oc tober term of Obion Chancery Court. When the chest feels on fire and the Oiroat burns, you have Indiges tion, and you need HERBINE to get rid of the, disagreeable feeling. It drives out . badly digested food, strengthens the stomach and purifies the bowels. Sold by Oliver Drug Co. The many friends of Mr. Preston I Houser, who has been sick with pneumonia for probably two weeks, regret to know that he is still very sick. Miss Lola Harper i3 gradually re covering from the fever. She has been at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Cordie Garth, and in bed about two weeks. W. D. Harrison came up from Memphis this week to see his little daughter, Miss Ruth Harrison, who was stricken of pneumonia and died Wednesday evening. C. D. Moss, in Union University, Jackson, Tenn., as a military stu dent, came home this week with an attack of influenza and has been very sick for several days. Mrs. L. E. Roedccker, who has been at Asheville, N. C, for several weeks, arrived home Saturday. Her friends are indeed glad to know that her health is very much improved. Lieut. B. F. Loring came home last week from Champ Sheridan, Ala., on a furlough to visit his family in Un ion City. Dr. Loring is now in the receiving ward at the base hospital. We have just received' 4 cases of dark ginghams, which we are selling at 25c per yard. We also have yard- wide domestic at 20c per yard at Phil Hyman's Cut Price Store. Buy Liberty Bonds. Mrs. Chas. Kistner and children have returned to St. Louis. It is thought Mr. Kl3tner, who has been ill for several months, will be able to come down for a short visit next week. Misses Alico Leo Reynolds, Isabella Everett, Sarah Holt, Maxine Elliott, and Mrs. Knnox Everett formed an auto party motoring ' to Fulton yes terday for a visit to relatives and friends. R. P. Whitesell went to Fort Worth, Texas, to see his son, Hunter, in the aviation section', who was in jured by a falling plane. There were fractures of the nose and cheek bones. Mrs. Mary Wesson, accompanied by her son, Allen, was a delegate to the Ladies Methodist Missionary So ciety, which was postponed on ac count of the epidemic. She was a guest in the Burney home. Some of the finest young mules ever brought to Union City will be sold here next Tuesday to the high bidder by the mule man, Mr. Haley. News from Marshall Garth, King Cox, and some of the boys in the school at Knoxville, is that they have been in the hospital with in fluenza and that the worst is over. Classes began their work this week. Messrs. H. O. Head, Jr., Geo. Dahnke, J. M. Brice, Dr. McRee and Dr. Loring were in Troy Tuesday attending the Confederate reunion. Sgt. Keaton Christianberry was also there as a speaker for the Fourth Liberty Loan. Shoppers and visitors here this week were: Mrs. C. T. Glisson, Ful ton; Mrs. M. Ragsdale, Hornbeak; Mrs. L. Thorn, T. Belew, S. Barton, Jackson; W. A. Barton, Miss Carrie Barton, Greenfield; Mr. and Mrs. Martin, Kenton; Mrs. Henry Headin, Trimble. TIME TO RETIRE. We sell Fisk tires and tubes. Also time to think about space for storing your car for the winter. We have space left for about 6 cars. We look after your batteries. See us for storage. Yours truly, OVERLAND SALES C0i, W. H. Harris, Prop. Which Modi are yoors ? HartSchaffner Copyright Hart SchafTner & Marx THERE are only two kinds of clothes, those that . save and those that waste. If you buy wasteful clothes you are depriving the government of needed resources of material and labor. If you want to save, in sist on clothes of good quality; all-wool mater ials; reliable tailoring. One such suit can be made to do double' service this year if you wear it carefully and keep it well pressed. Our duty is to see that you get such clothes, and we know we can meet our obli gations best by offering Hart Schaffner & Marx suits and overcoats . They economize for you. Military styles with the Prep suits for the boys Special models to fit Business suits that seam at the waist line ready for their first long men who think they're give g hard for young men. trousers. hard to fit. se; r'e. W. G. Clagett Co. The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes Union City, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. John Beck and daughter, Miss Mabel, of Cape Girar deau, are in the city this week vis iting relatives and friends. Mr. Beck has been absent for many years and his visit now is a ploasant event. Dr. F. M. McRee, member of the District Exemption Board, offices at Memphis, was here this week on a furlough attending the Confederate reunion, where he is always to be found at the speakers stand and at the dinner hour. Our good friend, W. P. Noah, of Number Two, was here yesterday showing U3 a fine big, Kcffcr pear, a sample of which he or.ys there is a fine crop on his farm. Ho says he has "oodles" of them, and they are certainly fine. The County Farm Agent, T. H. Dougherty, and Miss Eva Luther, County Home Agent, are now in the office of the County Judge and Su perintendent of Public Instruction at the courthouse, where they are pleased to see everyone interested in thier work. You will find your union suits and all kinds of underwear at Phil Hy man's Cut Price Store. We have 25 dozen of men's union suits at $1.25; that is last year's price, so come to Phil Hyman's Cut Price Store aid lay in a supply. Buy Liberty Bot ds. Mr. Tillman Hale arrived home Wednesday from a trip to Camp Jack son where he was called on account of the illness of his brother, Ardcll Hale. While there TiUman become ill and for several days he was a very sick man, being barely able to stand the trip home. Mr. Cy Halt? his father, met him in Nashville. Meadow & Manley call attention to the sale of the T. R. Massey fine farm southeast of Union City, which takes place Thursday, Oct. 24, 1918, at 10 o'clock on the premises. This is a fine tract of land in a fine com munity and close to Union City, one of the best farm propositions in the movement of local real estate.. Wait for the sale. W. D. Williams, Jr., after a pleas ant stay at home has returned to Camp Sheridan, Ala. Dixon . says that army life is fine and that he is feeling spick and span. He has gained twelve pounds and i3 now personal sergeant, and says ho is go ing up and over if Fritz does not como across before his company goes across in December. In a letter from our good friends, Mr. and Mr3. F. M. Woody, Vicks burg, they kindly inform us that their son, F. F. Woody, at the Har vard Radio School, has made rapid progress in his rating, only three points from perfect, and is now work ing for these points. Ho is an in structor at the school. Virgil Woody, another son, is "somewhere over there." The Union City friends send the kindest greetings. Mr. H. A. Davidson, of Lubbock, Texas, after a few days hero with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. David son, left, Wednesday returning to his Western home. Ho left here a few years ago, settled among the North Texas prairies, embarked in the grain, seed, coal and produce business. He had very little cash at his command, but he had the energy and the determination, and has built a business of more than $100,000 per year. His friends here were glad to see him and to know that he is doing so well. Men's Misfit Tailored Clothing. ' We have a shipment of misfit cloth ing for men of the all-wool kind at the old price, so come and get your suit, at Phil Hyman's Cut Price Store, where you can save more. Buy Liberty Bonds. Dr. and Mrs. John Carlton left Wednesday for Murfreesboro, Tenn., where Mrs. Carlton will visit for a short time Dr. Carlton's parents. The Doctor will proceed to Camp Greenleaf, where ho is to serve in the medical department of the army work. Dr. Carlton is an oculist and has been in Union City for a number of years practicing his profession. He is well known and esteemed, as well also is his good wife, and be sides being a thoro gentleman he is recognized here as a professional man of splendid ability. It is un fortunate for the people that he is leaving, but an instance of unselfish patriotism and love of his country that takes him to camp. Ladies' Hats at Cut Prices. Phil Hyman's millinery depart ment is complete, with a big line of ladies' hats of all descriptions, so come and get your hat at Phil Hy man's Cut Price Store, where you can save. Buy Liberty Bonds. i Hagan-Marshall. Mr. H. L. Hagan and Miss Pauline Marshall, of Number Three, were united in marriage in Union City on Sunday, the 6th in3t., Rev. G. T. Sellars officiating at the parsonage on Cheatham street. The bride is a daughter of Mr. Lucien Marshall, of Number Three, and the young people are esteemed and congratulations extended, h Notice to Farmers. On account of shortage of labor we are unablo to slaughter hogs for the public, as has been our usual custom. 29-4t REYNOLDS PACKING CO. Card of Thanks. To each of those who have so gen erously contributed to our needs since the loss of our home by fire last Sunday night, we wish to express our sincere thanks, and pray that God's richest blessings may be with you and yours. Mrs. Eunie M. Lan nom and Children. SHOES! SHOES! Our stock of ladies', men's and children's shoes is complete. . Our ladies' shoes are of the best colors and stales at cut prices. Our stock of s work shoes is larger this yr"?xthan ever before. You will mnk 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. NEWS NOTES. Austria has asked for a meeting of the belligerents, according to the Berliner Tageblatt. Holland is 10 act as intermediary in sending the invitation. Berlin newspapers show their uneasiness over the political situation in the dual kingdom and a coalition ministry is suggested by the German press. SURGEONS agree that in cases of Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds,, the FIRST TREATMENT is most Im portant. When an EFFICIENT an tiseptic 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 ready for an emergency. Sold by Oliver Drug Co.