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of Miss Alva D. Jolly, of Martin, vis ited here last week. Herbert Hefley was a social visitor Iiom Woodland Sunday. Mr. Norman Stone was a business Tlsitor In Hickman Monday. Flour in wood at E. P. Wright's. Miss Ruth Adams, who has been sick for several days, is improving. Lieut. Carl Wells, recently France, was a social visitor here this : week. - John Mitchell, who has been with the Marines at Paris Island, is home again. , . . Eat at Forrester's. Miss Ruth Griffin spent the week ; end here with her mother, Mrs. S. L. Griffin. Mr. Claude Botts, of Rives, was " Tlsitor here with Mrs. S. L. Griffin Sunday. Mrs. Wallace Christian and Mrs, Myrtle McRco were Sunday visitors In Rives. Fresh meat at E. P. Wright's. Miss Zula Parkman has returned home from a visit In Obion with Miss Sophenla Beaird. Mrs. George Wharton, of Martin is here visiting her parents,. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Watts. For a square deal try E. P Wright's. J. M. Russell was a business vis ltor in Stanton, Brownsville and Humboldt last week. A. N. Chapel, of Number Seven a mighty good friend of the paper, was a Monday visitor. Nice line candy, fruits and cigars at Forrester's. Mrs. C. H. Griffin and little son, Billio Sellars, of Number Seven, were hoppers here Monday. Messrs. Will D. Webster and John "Whitton Moody attended the dance In Jackson Friday night. ' You will get your money's worth at E. P. Wright's. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Howard were In Nashville the first of the week vis iting friends and relatives. Rev. W. C. Sellars, of Martin, was a visitor in the city Monday, ming ling with old-time friends. fTl TUT rAv me- mtxiiy 11 icuua ul jxj.i. cuu White will be sorry to know that he has been very Dick this week. Fancy fruit at E. P. Wright's. Miss Bess Board spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bteve Board, in Number Seven. ' Miss Dee Exuru returned to her home in Kenton Sunday after spend ing several weeks in the city. Mr. Fred Curlin, who has return ed to his home in Woodland from France, was a social visitor here Saturday. Where do you eat and drink ? After all Forrester's place is the best. Mrs. M. E. Osborne, of Memphis, is a visitor in the home of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Phebus, .south of Union City. Miss Brownie Dickson, who has been confined to her room for the past three weeks with influenza, is able to be out again. If you want stock in the Reynolds Packing Co. see or phone about it to-day. Mi-O-Na makes your stomach feel fine, stops belching, heart burn and all discomfort in a few minutes. Guaranteed by Oliver's Drug Store. Miss Lillie Nolen, Who has been recently located at Jackson, is en joying a visit with her sister, Mrs. Will Green, in Atlanta, Ga. See Howard & Buraey if you want a farm, house and lot All sizes. Easy terms. Now is the time to buy. Lieut. Carl Wells, who was one of the arrivals from France this week, tells us that his brother, Paul, is with the Army of Occupation In Ger many. "I do not want to miss a copy of the dear pld paper," says J. R. Wright, of Number Seven. We'll try to lend it promptly every week, good brother. Have you investigated the packing industry? You had better think it over. ' ' J.- A. Sanders was a visitor this week in Mobile with his mother, Mrs. W. H. Sandero. The latter Is now visiting relatives and friends at Vinegar Bend, Ala. - W. J. Edwards, of St.' Louis, was a visitor here last week in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards. He was here looking after some private business. ; T. A. Hipps, "Esq, of Bethel Springs, Tenn.,' is visiting his son, the Rev, D. A. Hipps, 321 South Sec ond street this" week. ' Mr. Hipps is a retired farmer of McNalry County. Copyright 1918, Hart Schaffncr & Mar Victory Prices for Our Victorious Soldiers When the fighters who are coming home every day now were first getting into action several months ago, we received a big stock of fine all-wool clothes HART SCHAFFNER & MAIRX CLOTHES low for such quality and the styles are the latest and best. The men at home who want good, stylish, all-wool clothes are in on this, too; they've been fighting behind the line and ' they're entitled to these special Victory prices, too. . And we bought them at prices that were surprisingly low, considering conditions. The fine part of it all is this: We have these clothes ready now as a welcome to the home-coming fighters. And it's a royal welcome as far as clothes go; because the prices are extremely It's an opportunity for all of you to save money. Some wonderful values at $25.00, $30.00, $35.00 and $37.50. Priced very reasonably and all at a saving, considering the quality of such high-grade clothing. W. G. CLAGETT COMPANY Mrs. M. M. Pentecost, of Gibbs, was a very pleasant visitor here Sat urday. Rev. W. J. Mecoy, of Jackson, was visitor here tho first of the week in the interest of the M. E. Church. Mrs. J. T. Stephens and Miss Julia Jackson were here this week and last with their sister, Mrs. Annio Mur phy, during the illness of Miss Ber tie Murphy and here this week for the funeral. Miss Ella Whipple left this week for Lakeland, Fla., to visit the family of Judge Walter Caldwell, from Trenton, in their winter home. . Miss Whipple will be in Florida until the first of March. Howard & Burney will make a bond for you in any amount and for anything. They represent one of the largest and best bonding companies. See them. ' 43-2t Mr. Swan Burrus, who has been located at Camp Lee, Va., has been discharged and is now at home at Woodland Mills. Mr. Burrus was in military service, being transferred from Panama. , . Mrs. Jno. R. Noell, of Beford, Va., remembered here as Mrs. Laura Wells, is In Opelousas, La., enjoying visit with relatives and friends, and will remain in the South a por tion of the winter. Mr. Dan Hughes came up from Memphis last week, and while here completed a deal, which transfers his residence property on Cheatham street to J. C. Davis, who is buying home in Union City. Mr. Marshall Glenn, late arrival In New York, came in last week from France ' and was welcomed home by the family and the many friends. Mr. Glenn was with one of the first divisions arriving home,. Mayor F. L. Pittman and wife, Dr. H. W.. Quails, Mr. and Mrs. C. Andrews, Dr. F. M. McRee, Dr.' W. M. Turner, Esq. S. R. Bratton, W. H. Forrester were in Nashville last week attending the inaugura tion of Governor Roberts, Mr. Kennedy, representing the Krauss Lumber Co.,. New Orleans, was a visitor here last week with the local lumbermen. Mr. Kennedy very kindly remembers Mr. Miltoti Talley, who was with tho same firm. Hyomei's germ-killing medication is the only sonsible and safe way of treating catarrh. Goes right to the spot. Breathed thru the nose and mouth. Guaranteed satisfaction or money refunded. Sold by Oliver's Drug Store. , How about taking a few hundred, or several thousand dollars in the packing plant. You can get the stock at par value to-day. .Never again can you do this when this lot is sold. ! . Mr. Hunter Whitesell went to Nashville last week, accompanied by Dr. Turner, for special dental sur gery and treatment in the office of Dr. Vogel. Mr. Whitesell was suffer ing with an abscess which extended above the upper teeth towards the eye. Dr.. M. A. Blanton, who has been stationed in camp near Indianapolis, Ind.,' with the medical corps of the Army, came home last week for the purpose of resuming his practice In Union City. Dr. Blanton received official recognition of his services and discharge in due form, and the friends are glad to see him home. Liberty Bonds We will buy your Liber ty Bonds and pay top cash prices. See, write or tele phone us before selling. We will pay unpaid in stallments on bonds. CORUM & MILES, Union City, Tenn. A. J. Coram W. M. Mile. Mrs. Nannie Payne reccjved a mes sage Monday announcing the serious illness of her son, Paul. The young man landed at New York from France December 23 and has been ill since. He was injured in the trenches heavily gassed and has never recovered. Messrs. Pierce Pardue, Ferrell Alexander, Fletcher Moss, accom panied by Mr. Carl Wells, came in Monday from New York Cityi return ing from France. The latter Is on his way to New Orleans. They are home from overseas service with the aHies and are receiving a kind welcome. . The Ladles Aid Society of the First Baptist Church will give a re ception for their new church mem bers at the home of Mrs. Andrew Harpole, Washington avenue, on Fri day evening, Jan. 24, at 8 o'clock. All the members are invited, espe cially the men. An interesting pro gram will be rendered and refresh ments served. Talk the matter over with Howard & Burney if you -need a home, a farm, or fire insurance on anything. They will make a bond for you for any amount and do it now. They have all size farms for sale. See them. . 43-2t Beech C. P. Church. Regular services at Beech next Sunday. Eleven o'clock service, "Laying Up Treasures in Heaven." Sunday school at 10 a. m. We in sist that all the membership be pres ent and also extend a cordial wel come to our friends to come and wor ship with us. Respectfully, REV D. A. HIPPS. Card of Thanks. We want to express our sincere thanks to our many friends and rela tive who were bo kind and attentive to us during our sickness and the death of our baby, Mildred Louise. May the Lord's richest blessings be with you all is our prayer. Mr. and Mra. Frank Ferguson, Mrs. Nell Arams, R. F. Adams. . ' Beal Estate Transfers. Carl Johnson et ux. to C. E. Le grant, 50 acres in No. 7, $5,200. J. T. Callahan to Hugh Chambers, 96 acres in No. 16, $10,500. S. S. Alexander to R. A. Alex ander, lot In No. 13, $3,000. W. C. Farris to L. C. Caldwell et al.,' 143 acres in No. 7, $15,768.'50. Elsie T. Huntingdon et al. to Walk er Tanner, 27 acres in No. 13, $5,500. J. N Tune et al. to Emmet Arnold, lot in No. 6, $350.. E. W. Wisner and wife to P. C. Englehardt, 51 acres in No.9, $2,320 H. E. Key et ux. to J. W. Davis, 16 acres in No. J, $2,560. Dora Bruce et al. to A. D. Thomas, 52 acres in No. 1, $4,500: J. L. Glover to C. M. Glover, 200 acres in No. 3, $6,000. S. L. Campbell et ux. to C. T. Lip pard et al., .30 acres in No. 4, $2,250. : J. M. Belcher to Alwyn' Brevard, 90 acres in Nos. 2 and 13, $12,133. . Alwyn Brevard to Jv M. Belcher, 40 acres in No. 2, $8,000. O. B. Blewer et al. to G. F. Schleif er, lot in No. 13, $5,000. Dan P. Hughes et al. to J. R. Davis, lot inNo. 13, $4,000. E. P. Wright's for feed. Stockholders Meeting. The annual meoting of tho Obion County Telephone Co. will be held Saturday, Feb. 8, 1918, at 1:30 p. m., at the City Hall, for the purpose of electing officers and other busi ness. This is an important meeting. Every stockholder should be pres ent. - Respectfully, W. A. NAILLING, President. Marriage Licenses. David Gray and Ocie Treece. Ballard Williams and Lela Canter. Andy Jobe and Hazel Hill. Harry M. Prultt and Kurnia Love Byrns. Ernest Crain and Iva Howell. John W. Weston and Lizzie Lee Dinwiddy. There i more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to be in curable. For a great many years doctors pro nounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing: to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science has proven Catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall s Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitu tional cure on the market. It is taken internally. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system.. They offer one hundred dollars for any case it tails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. ' Addrens: F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by DrUKtrist.l, 75c. Take Hull's Family Fills for constipation, Notice to Creditors. Having been duly qualified as the administratrix of the estate of H. A. Compton, lrte of Obion County Tennessee, deceasod, I horeby notify all persons having accounts and de mands against said estate to bring; and file them with my attorney, A J. Harpole, properly made out and: verified according to law for settle ment. And all persons indebted to Daid estate are hereby notified to. make immediate payment thereof to my said attorney. This Dec. 14, 1918. 41-4t MRS. ISABELLA COMPTON, Adm'x. To Etta Adams. R. H. Adams vs. Chancery Court, Tennessee. Etta Adams. Obion County, In the above styled cause It ap pearing to the Clerk and Master from the bill of complaint, which is sworn to, 'that the defendant, Etta Adams, Is a non-resident of the State of Ten nessee and a resident of the State of Missouri, bo that ordinary process of law cannot be served upon her. It is therefore hereby ordered that the said above named defendant appear before the Clerk and Master of the Chancery Court of Obion County, Tennessee, on or before tho I "lrst Monday of March,. 1919, that I Ing a regular rule day" of said Ch eery Court, and make defense to tip said bill, or the same will be taken as confessed by her, and tho said cause set for hearing ex-parte as to her. It is further ordered that publication of this notice be made for four con secutive week In Tho Commercial, a weekly newspaper published in Obion County, Tenn. 44-4t This Jan. 21, l6l9. - : GEO. A. GIBBS, Clerk and Master. Joe A. Gordon, Sol. for Compl't..