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No Table Drinli Has Ever Tallen . The Place Of The Original Postum Cereal BoO just like coffee 15 minutes after boiling begins. Its delicious flavor, rich seal brown color and fine aroma make it such a satisfying cup that Postum is the ideal drink with meals for both children and grown people. Used in place of coffee it provides a real health drink. Contains no drugs, no caffein as does coffee; doesn't make you nervous. . sleepless or fretful tt There's a Reason At Grocers two sizes 15c & 25c. Jenkins-McAlister. Miss Janie McAUster and Mr. Al via Jenkins wore married this week at Hickman. The marriage was a surprise to tho many friends in Union City. Congratulations were extended. Davidson-Taylor. Mr. Wm. Howard Davidson aUd Miso Sara M., Taylor were quietly married last Thursday afternoon, tho 20th inst., at tho manso of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Union City, Rev. W. B. Cunningham administering the rites of matrimo ny. " The bride "and groom are well known in Union City. Mrs. David son is tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mcrritt Taylor, reared 'and educated in the schools of Union City, a young woman of lovable and charming cnarp.cicr ana graces 01 perauumuy. Mr. Davidson, traveling salesman for, a Memphis wholesale house, a recent attache of the U. S. Navy Depart ment, located at Pensacola, Fla., is a young man of fine pcisonal character) and businesa relations r-.ud also very popularly known in Union City. After the wedding Mr.- and Mrs. Davidson left for. a trjp south and will bo at home in Memphis. Con gratulotions were generally offered Fremont We are glad to report the little baby of Mr. and Mrs. Buster Haw kins is improving after two weeks illness of pneumonia. W. W.v Caldwell and wife spent Saturday with Mrs. Caldwell's sis ter, Mrs. H&ri, near Troy, and en Joyed a fine dinner in honor of her son, Mr. Chester, and wife. Many kind wishes were extended. A Sunday school convention will be held here next Sunday. All are invited. Mr. Jim Williams is very sick. School at Pea Patch will close out Friday. r - ii is CHILDREN STRONG And Invigorates Old People Any doctor will tell you that the ingredients of Vinol as printed- below contain the elements needed to im prove the health of delicate children and restore strength to old people. J Cod Liver and Beef Peptone, Iron " and MangananPeptonataa, Iron and v Ammonium Citrate, Lima and 8oda Glycerophosphates, Cascaria. Those who have puny, ailing or run-down children or aged parents may prove this at our expense. Besides the good it does children and the aged there is nothing like Vinol to restore strength and vitality to weak, nervous women and over worked, run-down men. Try it. If you are not entirely sat isfied, we will return your money without question; that proves our fairness and your protection. Mil lions of people have been convinced this way. Oliver's Drug Store, Union City, Tenn Injured by Fire. Tho many friends regret exceed ingly the misfortune of Dr. T. E. Marshall and Miss Lonelle, his daughter. ' The latter was standing too close to tho grate Sunday morn ing and her dress caught fire. Dr, Marshall picked up a wrap of some kind and threw it over her clothing, but not until she was injured exton sively by the burning dress. Dr. Marshall's hand was badly blistered, but wo are glad to say that no seri ous results are to follow. . Kirby-Task. New was received hero this week by I. S. Kirby of the marriage of his son, Sgt. MaJ. Fred O. Kirby, and Miss Esther Task at Portsmouth, N. H., on the evening of March 17 . Sergeant Kfrby was attached to the Dopartmont of Marines, U. S. Army, at Portsmouth, and having been honorably discharged from ser vice, re-enlisted,- and tho wedding followed. : Numbers of friends here send the kindest congratulations to tho soldier, a native of Troy and a young man of fine character and ability. Notice to Creditors. I have qualified as Adminstrator of tho estatb of E. V. Caldwell, de ceased; all parties having claims against said estate will 'please file tho same with me, likewiso nil parties indebted to said estate please call and settle at once. This March, 18th, 1919.' ' HARRIS PARKS 4-t Administrator. hi Try Justatablesaoonful of GRAND MA, the wonderful po wdered Boap in the water. That takes the place of all the chipping, slicing end rubbing: that you do now whenever you wash or clean. And you save soap. You know just t".ot7 much to use. Isn't it simple? What woman would ' put up with the fuss and bother of bar soap lying around and waiting away, when cbe can now nave this marveloutpouJrWoap, this Powdered Soap Today! Ltuicf. Larger! 'I . Packages randnia's Pciidsred Soo; Saves TIME Saves WORK Saves SOAP Your Grocer Has It! Death of Marshall Wright, in France. Sergeant Major William M. Wright, better knowa as Marshall Wright, has made tin supreme sac rifice and Kiven his his lifo for his j country. His aunt.Mrs. Nannie Pewitt na3 reccivca omciai n-j'.ico irom Ad jutant General' Harris r.t Washing ton that ho died on the 8 th cf March of mcning'i3. Ho was located at Toul, in North France, and . was chief clerk of the Judge Advocate General of the Second Army, whose headquarters wero at the city of Toul in France. He had been pro moted to the position of regimental Sergeant Major, a very responsible position, and had chargo of the of fice and records of tho Judge Advo cate General, Col. Monrow. He has Just returned from Italy, where he had been on a fourteen day's leav- of abaonco by permission of Gep i Bullard. . Sergeant Wright left the Lebanon law School, where ho was a student of law, and volunteered for the ser vice, on Jan. 1, 1918. Ho was mus tered in as a member of Co. I, 8th Field Battalion, Signal Corps, on about the 7 Oof January, at Fort Leavtfnworth.tind was then seat, with his battalion, to Camp Greon for training. They wero sent to France about June 1, and soon there after went on the firing line, and wero engaged In the soveie battlei around Chateau Thlorry, and Ser geant Wright went "over the top' at Chateau Thierry, with his battal Ion. Ho was gassed and also re ceived a slight wound in the kneo in this battle. After remaining in the hospital for about throe weeks, ho was ag:,in ready " for service, and was then detailed for clerical work in the 2nd Replacement Army. About the time of the signing of the Armistice, he was promoted to the position of Scrgt. Major, and made chief clerk in the office of the Judge Advocate General, which position he held to the tlmo of his death, having charge of the records of the office with several clerks and stenogra phers under him. YOung Wright was a bright, Intel ligent, ambitious young man, and his promotions came to him on his merits, without any outside assist ance. He was reared in Union City by his aunt, Mrs. Pewitt, and was nephew of Judge W. H. Swiggart, After completing his education and taking a special business course, he worked in tho office of Judge Swig gart as his stenographer for a short while. He was then tendered the position of clerk of the Circuit Court at Union City, by Judge Jones, to fill a vacancy in that office, but being under age, he could not accept the appointment. He was then made Deputy Clerk under Esq. Howard, and. discharged the duties of this position for nearly two years, in a most acceptable manner. In the fall of 1917 he resigned this position and entered the Lebanon Law School as student of law; but about the first of Januray, 1918, he gave up this work, and volunteered for the ser vice in the army. It was his desire and purpose to resume the study of law, as soon as he was discharged from the service. He was ambitious to become a member of the bar; and his friends anticipated that he would have a successful career in that profession. . He had an unusual y brignt, quick mma and gave ijiTiu'fte of a useful and (successful career in his chosen profession. The news of Marshall Wright's death was, so unexpected, and came suddenly, that his relatives and friends were grectly shocked. His death 'casts a gloom over this com munity. He was only 23 years old, and his last letter to Judge Swiggart, written from Genoa, Italy, was full bouyancy and hope, and indicat ed that he was enjoying his trip In Italy. His untimely death is another the costly sacrifices which our community has been called on to make in the great war for liberty and right. The relatives of Scrgt. Wright have our deepest sympathy, and tho sympathy of the entire community, in the sad bereavement which they have -sustained by the death of this promising young man. Half Your Living ( Without Honey Cost' We are all at a danger point On1 the use of good common sense In our 1919 farm and garden operations, de pends prosperity or our "going broke.". Even at present high prices no- one! can plant all or nearly all cotton, buy food and grain at present prices from supply merchant on credit, and make money. Food and grain aro higher In proportion than are present cotton prices. , i It's a time above all others to play safe; to produce all possible food, grain and forage supplies on your own acres; to cut down the store bill. A good piece of garden ground, rightly planted, rightly tended and kept planted the year round, can be made to furnish nearly half your liv ing. It will save you more money than you made on the best two or three acres of cotton you ever grew! Hastings 1919 Seed Book tells all about the right kind of a money sav ing garden and the vegetables to put In it It tells about the farm crops as well and shows you the clear road to real and regular farm prosperity. It's Free. Send for It today to H. G. HASTINGS CO Atlanta, Ga. Advt X2 County Democratic Committee Meets . - Saturday and Sets Date. LAST WARNING TO SIDEWALK DELINQUENTS ! All property owners and other per sons who have not paid their sidewalk assessments or bills are hereby notified that the same have been ordered by the Board to be turned over to me for col lection. Unless these claims are paid promptly I will bo compelled to insti tute suits in the Chancery Court to en force the lien of same against the prop erty. I wish to avoid the necessity of this, so please see me at once and make your arrangements for settlement. Give, this immediate attention and save court costs. Respectfully, , W. M. MILES, Cty Attorney. The Obion County Democratic Ex utive Committee met at the court house iu Union City in Saturday March 22, at- 2 o'clock, with the fol lowing proceedlrgs: " Member; present represented Numbers Two, Four, Six, Seven, Ten Thirteen. Numbers Three, Eight, Nine, Eleven and Fifteen were represented by proxy. A quorum being present motion was made flx'ng the date of the Obion County prime ry election for the nomination of a DemcriUic can didato for Trusted, Sheriff and Tax Assesfjoi- to be held on Saturday, August 2, 1919. Mcticn carried that candidates be assessed each 20, to be paid to the secretary on or before tbo first Mon day in July, 1919. Motion carried that .sesnment be turned over to tho committeemen of tho different districts tc be applied to paying officers, Judges and clerks of election. i ' Motion carric: that committee meet at 2 p. m. in Untar. City on the first Monday in July, 1919. Public Speaking. Miss Gllreath, famed platform speaker of tho W. C. T. U., will bo at-Crittendon Grove Sunday after noon at 2:30, and a; tho A. R. P, Church in Rives at 7:30 Sunday evening. Everybody come and hear her. Christian Endeavor Social. Thero will be a social at tho Cum berland Presbyterian Manse Tues day evening, April 1, at eight o'clock. All young people are in vlted. Spanish Influenza can be prevented easier than it can be cured. At the first ' sign of a shiver or sneeze, take CASCARA fpUININli Standard cold remedy for 20 year in tablet form aafe, sure, no opiate break! up a cold in 24 hour relieve grip In 3 day. Money back if it fail. The genuine box hat a Red top with Mr. HUl't picture. At AU Drug Store. Are You Fulton, Ky., v I- . March 12, 1919. Mrs. Smyth G. Allen,- Union City, Tenn. ' - Dear Sir: You ask me what I think of the Cleveland Tractor. I can only say that as for myself 1 think it is the only practical tractor for the firmer. My reason is this. It is so simple and so easy to handle, and you can put it in a place that a horse can go, and many places be cant go. There is not much to it, and what there is, is power. As for the actual weight it can pull. I do not know. I pulled a separator for my neighbor, G. C. ' Frost. He said that weighed 13,000 lbs., and the rear wheels were miring near 6 inches in the ground, and pulled it up a very steep grade aod I could not tell that it was behind me. I went over 24 acres of wheat land last fall, both ways, with two 8-foot section barrows behind it, a two-man log on each harrow, and a 16-foot log behind the barrows, iu 1 days, and used 15 gallons of gas. 11 to 12 gallons of gas will break about 8 acres of ground on an average. . You can do anything almost with the Cleveland Tractor plow, barrow, disc and log, and turn as short almost as you can with a team. Yours respectfully. A. D. Brock, Fulton, Ky,, E. 3. P. 8. When you have the demon stration let me know and I will try to come down. r Byi.dk Dealer Located in Harpole Furniture Bids. ve in stock now 2 5 -Passenger 17 Passenger ready for delivery. Call and look them over. Strongest builtcar on the market Best finished car on the market In fact, the most beautiful car on the market. " CARNEY & HART, Prop. Location, Dyersburg, Ripley, Union City .Will have in connection PARTS FOR ALL BUICK CARS A. E. KIRKLAND, Manager ' Union City Branch. agga 'Inone iDozsers Style Comfort Economy HEN yon wear NuBone yon wear individual corsets made for you from correct aaeaturemenis taken by an expert cor eatiere. The NuBone Stay-flexible, strong, fully palented-ts the only woven wire etay in existence. Uied only in Nu Bone Conets. Beodtedgewiieu freely M flatwise. Insures perfect freedom aad it guaranteed Id support any figure. Will not break of lutt within one NttBone Corsets are distinct! jr prac tical. Moderately priced; laundered easily and satisfactorily., Hot told in ttores; phone or writ Jot appointment MR. JAMES A. MAY Cumb. Phone 560 J 604 URY ST. FOE SAL i JO The Beautiful Brick Resi dence Property of the Late MaJ. W. L. Alexander This attractive property is located on the corner of Ury and Main streets, with a frontage of 100 feet on the south side of Main street and runs back 230 feet to Exchange street. The residence is constructed of brick and is modern throughout All partitions dividing the rooms are of brick con struction from top to bottom. There are 7 large rooms, a ladies dresing room, bath room, pass pantry, front and back hall down stairs and a large hall up stairs, 7 closets, and front and back porches, etc. , The outbuildings are a servant's house, large brick smoke house, large coal and kindling house, garage and stable com bined, size 20x35 with 2 stalls, crib and loft. The horse or cow lot is 50x100 and the garden plat is 60x100. This magnificent property is within 5 minutes walk of the business district, 3 minutes walk of the .public school and . i , . t . ii r .i ! . ' n.. i witnin Y2 to j minutes waiK or me metnoaist, oapust ana Cumberland Presbyterian churches. The terms of sale are 1-3 cash, balance in 3 equal annual payments. For price and inspection, see, phone or write,' Thn Tittomorlh Dnoltu Pn MID I IU0WUI Ml IIGUIiy UUi Union City - " " Tenn. A Great Success. Visiting day at tho Reynolds Pack ing Company on March 6, was attend ed by hundreds of Interested citizens of Obion adjoining counties. To say that all were highly pleased expresses It mildly. It was the unanimous decision that the exhibit, and quality of the meats was beyond their expectations and all predict that this institution is destined to be of great value to the citizens of this territory in thq very near future. -WANTED-First Glass Colored Cook Will pay from seven to eight . dollars. Apply to PHIL UK MAN'S STORE.