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M J it ERMETICALLV sealed in its wax wrapped package air tight, imparity proof is hygienic and wtofe soms1. Tfis goody that's scocS for young and old. The Ffavor Lasts Be cure to set WRICLEVS Look tor the oame A LOCAL AND PERSONAL. : Mrs. R. P. Morris, of Martin. Is tte guest of her sister, Mrs. Fannie Mott Drickill, in the city this week Wait for Dr. Saunders. See Dr. Saunders at his office in Uni n City fourth Monday in each month. High-grade toric and Kryp tok lenses, new style frames and mountings. Glasses mado to order. P. S. Dr. Saunders has an office in Martin over Bell's grocery store, Mi3s Sallie Gray has returned home after a pleasant visit with her cousin, Miss Gladys Hardy, near Fulton. ' ' Bakes, Hoes, Spading Forks, Culti vators, Garden Flows and an? Too! yon may need for your garden may be found at Wehmans. The many friends of Mrs. L. E Mott will be glad to hear that she is convalescent after a two weeks attack of influenza. . MEN'S CLOTHING. We have a shipment of misfit tailored clothing at cut prices. You can get a good suit, high grade cloth, at a low price, at Phil Hyman's Cut Price Store. Mies Fannie Mott Drlskill is ex pected home Sunday from St. Louis after a six weeks visit with her sis ter, Mrs. R. P. Bransford. Start the baby chicks right by feed ing Uonkey's UuttermilK starting Food for the first few weeks. Get it at Wehmans. Sgt. Chas. Gray arrived safely in New York City last Saturday, being in service overseas for quite a while, and is now in the Grand Central Hospital. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS. FOR SALE 110 icics of fine land, very rich, vith h'uso and barn, 35 acres cleared, noar town, school and churches. Earsy terms. See Howard & Barney. l-2t. LOST -Corn scoop between busi ness part of city and packing plant. Lost Friday. ' Finder please call Powell Cloar. 1-lt. LOST A pair of eyeglasses. Re turn to Phil Hyman and receive re ward. 1-lt. PHIL HYMAN. "For Sale." Pair A. 1. work mules: An A. 1. fancy and work horse. Good light wagon and - harness. Lot of farm ing tools. Lot cf good car corn -and Eome improved King cotton seed. l-2t. BOONE D. COULTER. To Our Patrons. If you have ice cream packers be longing to us, kindly return same or please phono 109 and w6 will send for them. DAHNKE'S Cafo. NOW RAISES 600 CHICKENS After Being Relieved of Or ganic Trouble by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Oregon, 111. "I took Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound for an or ganic irouDie wnicn 1 pulled me down un til l could not put my foot to the floor and could scarcely do my work, and as I live on a small farm and rniaA six htinHred chickens every year it made it very nara for me. "I Haw the Com pound advertised in our paper, and tried it. It has restored my health so I can do all ray work and I am so grateful that I am recommend ing it to my friends." Mrs. D. M. Alters, R. R. 4, Oregon, 111. Only women who have suffered the tor tures of such troubles and have dragged along from day to day can realize the relief which this famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, brought to Mrs. Alters. Women everywhere in Mrs. Alters' condition should profit by be recom mendation, and if there are any com plications write Lydia Pinkham's Medicine Co., Lynn, Mas., for advice. The result of their 40 years experience is at your service, , . For Sheriff. We are authorized to announce (T P. Noah, at present Chief of Police of Union City, as a candidate for Sheriff of Obion County. Mr. Noah is well known here and is remembered by many of the citi zens of other porUons of the county as a former candidate for this of fice, whoso vote was almost within reach of the nomination. Mr. Noah has been an officer nearly all his life and is recognized as one of the most fearless and commanding officers of the profession. Under his adminis tration Union City h.-.s enjoyed a pe riod of unusual quiet and respect for the law. This city has been very fortunate indeed to have an officer of Mr. Noah's ability to enforce the law. So would the county be for tunate with an officer like Mr. Noah. He is also one of our well known citizens and regarded with the high est confidence and esteem. He is a Democrat in whom there is no fault to his record, and ho is making the race subject to the action of the Democratic party. Mr. Noah would be glad indeed to have your invest! gate his claims for the office of Sher iff, and pledges his utmoct ability to uphold the law and bring to Justice the offender against the peace and dignity of the county and state. He submits these clalma and we take pleasure in presenting them. Illlllllllllllllilllllllllllll Pi Preaching at Salem. I will preach at Salem Sunday at cloven o'e'eck, and urge all the membership to be with U3 and come praying that we may have a great spiritual service. G. W. EVANS. IMPORTANT NOTICE. To Parties Interested iu the Draiu ago of Cyiress Creak. You arc urged to be present at a mooting to be held in tho City Hall April 5 Saturday. Business of im portance to coinii up. F. E. QUINN, Sec. Card of Thanks. I wish to tell my many friends and neighbors, those of my wife especial ly, how much I appreciate and regard the many act3 of love and kindness that she has been the recipient of in theso long years whilo an invalid. Your visits and kind attention were always so welcome to her, helping her to forget the pain that never left her poor tired body, so comfort ing in the last weeks when she, could no Iqnger greet you with a smile, and also after the spirit had left the body I thank you for your kindness. R. T. CURLIN. SPRING COATS. We have a nice line of Coats and Capes, in all colors, at cut prices. So come and get your coat at Phil Hyman's Cut Price Store. Mr. Herman Niesler has returned home with an honorable discharge, having been in U. S. military ser vice eighteen months. He has been in the regular army for about six years. Dr. W. M. Turner's dental office is undergoing some elaborate changes, including a new stairway on the West bide of the building. After this week, hi3 patients and visitors will enter tho office , from this side of the building. Slippers. Slippers and again Slippers. Well, we have them for you. It is useless to go into details about our slippers as everybody that has ever bought a pair at the Phil Hyman's Cut Price Store knows that they are good. We still handle the Edwin G Smith line of shoes and slippers. You all know they last longer than any other shoes, as you tell us so your selves, season after season. Come to Phil Hyman's Cut Price Store and get a pair of slippers at cut prices. CAN DO WORK WITHOUT A BIT OF TROUBLE NOW. Felt Tired Out All the Time and Couldn't Do Work Before Taking Meritone. "I can get around and do my work now without a bit of trouble, said Mrs. Florence Rector, of 1500 Arthur avenue, Nashville. "I. used to feel tired out all the time and it seemed impossible for me to keep up with my work. For a long time I had influenza, my health was bad and I felt nervous and irritable and I had no appetite. "I was so weak after the influenza that I couldn't even stay up, but I'm getting back my strength now. Men- tono has made me feel fresh and ac tive. My appetite has come back, too, and I eat everything with a relish and enjoy it. RECOMMENDS MERITONE. "If you have had influenza and are weak and nervous, Meritone will surely put you back in good condition again," said Mrs. Rector. I know it did the work for" me. "In fact, Meritone has done me so much good that I'm getting another "oottle for my littlo boy." Meritone is the new tonic of real merit that folks who had influenza or pneumonia are advised to take to build up their strength. Meritone is also recommended for any disordered conditions of the system such as stomach, liver or kidney trouble catarrh or rheumatism. Meritone is sold exclusively Union City by Henry M. Oliver. CONSTIPATION fad Sour Stomach Caused Taii Lady Much Suffering. Black Draught Reliered. Meadorsvllle, Ky. Mrs. Peart Pat rick, of this place, writes: "I was very constipated. I had sour stomach and was so uncomfortable. I went to the doctor. He gave me some pills. They weakened ' me and seemed to tear up my digestion. They would tripe me and afterwards It seemed I was more constipated than, before. I ieard of Black-Draught and de cided to try It I found It Just what I needed. It was an easy laxative, and not had to swallow. My digestion soon Improved. I got well of the sour stom ach, my bowels soon seemed normal, no more griping, and I would take a dose now and then, and was In good shape. I cannot say too much for Black- Draught for it is the finest laxative one can use." ' Thedford's Black-Draught has foi many years been found of great value In the treatment of stomach, liver and bowel troubles. Easy to take, gentle and reliable in its action, leaving no bad after-effects, It has won the praise of thousands of people who have used it NC-135 Real Estate Transfers. J. W. S'eaice to D. B. Dickey, lot in 6, $563. Mrs. Lucy N. Walton to Walton Crenshaw, by will, let in No. 6, ,2,:'50. Hugh E. Gcrrigan ct al. to Vora II. l.ogan, et al., 28 acres in No. 2, 3,:-00. . R. S. McRinney to J. W. Robey, 11 acres in No. 16, $790. G. W. Boston to R .R. Cross, 15 acres in No. 8, $900. J. H. Curry and vifo to' A. C. Curry, 174 acres in No. 6, $14,000. W. A. Garrison and wife to L. F. Edwards, lot3 in No. 11, $700. A. C. Nute et al. to J. L. Cunning ham, lot in No. 13, $5,500. C. E. Huchens et al. to W. A. Huchens, 55 acres in No. 16, $2,100. R. B. Bond, clork, to Jack Hubbs, lot in No. 13, $120. J. R. McCain to J. W. Ferguson et al., 20 1-2 acres in No. 3, $7,000. Mrs. C. M. Benton to H. B. Collier, one acre in No. 11, $1,250. J. N. Ruddle ct al., to J. N. Crain, one acre in No. 11, $450. J. N. Crain et al., to Jesse Turner, lots in No. 11, $989.50. P. U. Glover et ux. to T. W. Jerni- gan ct ux., lot in No. 13, $1,400. J. M. Osburn to Knox Everett, 34 1-2 acres in No. 10, $1,300. J. W. Sncw to J. M. 03burn, 54 acres in No. 14, $3,100. Medicine vs. Food. Do not buy something which you already have. You Lavo food which you feed your horsoa, cattle and sheep, but when you wr.nt medicine, buy only medicine. Thrt Is what you get in B. A. Thomas' Stock Remedy. Wo coll it and guarantee it to be medicine. We tell you that it will tone up tho entiro system of your stock rxd aid digestion, there by causing tbem to get .-.11 tho food value out of tho grain, that youyfeed them. Frank C. Wohman, Union City, Tenn.; Guy & Pocry, Polk, Tenn.; T. A. Cumminga, Rives, Tenn ' American Beauty Carnival. Circle No. 4 will have nn American Beauty Carnival at tho Elks Home April 3, from 2 until 10. There will be frolic and fun enough for all, Good things to cat while your friends you greet With a hearty wclccme none bor.t. can or in Christian Endeavor. Christian Endeavor re-organized at the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. We want you to come at 6:30 o'clock next Sundr y night. 24-25- NOTICE. Best flour in wood $12.20, pound Back $1.50; best meal, pound sack, $1; Navy beans 12 cents lb.; Black-eyed peas, 3. pounds 25c; Pento beans and other peas the same; best hog lard 30c lb.; Coco lard 27c lb.; Forkedeer tobacco 2 plugs 35c; Brown Mule 25c a plug. Many other things too numerous to mention. Come see for yourself. I don't, make much noise, but I am at tho Vaden stand. If you will come I can show you better than I can write. All fresh meats 30c lb. To cut a long tail short I sell groceries cheap. THE SQUARE DEAL GROCERY E. P. Wright, Proprietor. Dr. Saunders in Union City. See Dr. Goo. M. Saunders at his office in . Union City, Washington Ave., fourth Monday In each, month, for high-grade spectacles and eye glasses s reasonablo prices. 43tf . Special Service. Rev. C. M. Murphy, of Memphis, is holding spocis.1 services at the Al liance chapel this woek at three in the afternoon and -7:30 at night. Everybody invited to r.ltcnd. Registered Duroc Hog Sale Union City, Tenn. Monday, April 7, 1919 Beginning at 1:30 O'clock P. Mi Twenty-five bred sows and gilts, also some young males .ready for service, some open gilts, all registered and sows bred to registered males and carrying such blood lines as Cherry King, Pathfinder, Imperator and Defender, this being the blood that is bringing the popular prices of the day, I will guarantee these hogs in Every Respect. Terms on day of Sale. C.M. CARNEY, Martin, Tenn. J. G. SAUNDERS, Auctioneer. THE BEST MATTRESS MADE A SIMMONS BEO . - AND ' 1 A SEALY MATTRESS THE BEST COMBINATION Harpofe-Walker Furniture Go, Since the U. S. Fuel Administrator has released us from the Zone system we are again handling BON AIR Cumberland, Block It is better prepared than ever. Call us. 1 1.. FOR SALE 25 Choice Fresh ilk Cows See them at Herman Dietzel, Jr.'s Farm any time. JOHN SAUNDERS HERMAN DIETZEL, JR.