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CONVENTION CLOSED 6f YOU will find all three flavors In. the sealed' packages but look ; for the name VR1CLEV5 because It Is your protection afialnst Inferior Imitations, just as the sealed ; package Is protec tion afialnst Im purity. .' SEALED TIGHT KEPT RIGHT Flavor Mr. Vaughn Speaks. Tho "Uncle Remus Man" was here last Friday night, speaking at the .school auditorium. , Mr. Vaughn de lighted a fair-sized audience with wholesome humor and uplifting sen timent. He came here in the inter est of the French orphans who have enlisted the sympathy of the Ameri can people. Ladies' silk poplin skirts in the latest designs and styles at about half price at Phil Hyman's Cut-Price Store. Marriage Announcement. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Caldwell an nounce the engagement and ap proaching marriage ot their daugh ter, Grace, to Mr. Allen N. Williams, of Newbern, Tenn., to take place at home sometime in June. To wait is fatal. Have the 50 or 75 grease cups and oilers filled to day. Of course you didn't know there were over a dozen places on your car to be oiled; that's why you should bring it to Liesenring & Dahnke Garage. DON'T KICK Because there's no heat in your coal. That's because it is inferior coal, full of dirt and clinkers. COME TO US 0ur coal ls noted fr i ' Its purity, freedom from dirt and its heat giving quality. Besides, it costs no more than the inferior coal you've been using. Large Attendance and Interesting Proceedings Altogether. Rev. J. Randall Farris feels that the West Tennessee Convention which closed Wednesday night was one of the most interesting sessions of that body. The exercises began here with a sermon at tho First Chris tian Church Monday, night by Rev. E. S. Baker, of Dyersburg, subject "Has Woman Measured Up?" a very interesting and instructive address of the spirit of the woman's age. Tuesday morning's session was given over to woman's work, Mrs. Paty presiding. Mrs. Downey, na tional worker, was present and very active with her duties so- essential to the success of the work. Tuesday afternoon a session of the Christian Missionary Society was held, with L. G. Glass, of Mississippi, as president. Quite a number of speakers took part in the discussions. Tuesday night a special address was delivered by Geo. W. Kemper, of the McLemore Avenue Church, Mem phis. Mr. Kemper is a popular and Interesting speaker. On Wednesday morning the con vention was turned over to the Sun day School work, Mrs. S. P. Moore, State Sunday School worker, in charge. Wednesday afternoon reports from the various churches and church in terests were heard. One of the most helpful discussions of the work was that of "Whether the Preacher is What he Ought. to bo." The convention closed Wednesday night with a special address by At torney General Sherrod, of Humboldt, and one by Dr. Walter M. White, of Memphis. The latter is tne minister of the Linden Street Church, and was a representative of tho churches of this part of the State in France and Germany during the war. His mes sage was inspirational and very in teresting. The city entertained quite a large number of visitors and delegates dur ing the convention. T CIRCUIT COURT HERE OPENS WITH DAMAGE SUITS Both Phones 15 O TO BUGGY OWNERS: I wish to announce that I have a new machine for mounting buggy wheels with rubber tires; also am prepared todo all kinds of buggy paint ing. All work promptly and carefully done. v R. A. PARDUB Corner Main & third St. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Murphey Get Ver . diet of $2,800. Judge Elkins opened Circuit Court here last Monday, with the Grand Jury assembled for business and duly charged. Attorney General Morris is on hand to protect the interests of the State, while Clerk Ruddle and Sher iff Hickman are taking care of their respective stations. Officer Bob Mc Cain ls in charge of the grand Jury, which is as follows: E. M. Tate, W. M. Walker, B. W. Fleming, D. K. Smith, G. W. Donnell, J. E. Robey, W. D. Garrison, W. F, Griffin, J. H. Shore, E. L. Stovall, G, A. Nichols and J. M. Calhoun. Two cases from the civil docket have been called and the case of Mr. and Mrs. N. Y. Murphey versus the N., C. & St. L. Ry., was tried, result ing in a verdict for damages in favor of Mrs. Murphey for $2,400 and Mr, Murphey for $400. This was a case of fire which burned the home of the complainants, a two-story house and contents, which is charged to the railroad company. The case of Herald Greer and Al bert Greer, versus Bob Fox for dam ages, $5,000 and $2,50u, was before the Jury yesterday. This was for in juries sustained by a child from an automobile driven by Miss Fox. The injuries did not result seriously. i mil Right Plans Careful Building 1ml -a Secure Results. You get all three when you buy piTFORM Clothes for Young Men. Always the same story- QUA STY We keep right on telling it because we believe quality pays, for you and for us, we have quality clothes to back up our talk, too, FITFORM "" "" "" 11.11 I. ..JH , ...M7 Clothes for Young Men. For downright quality, all through, we believe they are the best you can get. If we knew of better clothes we'd carry them. You can see, once you try on a FITFORM suit, that for style, for good looks, for easy perfect fit, it has the best of other lines. Take our word for it that experience will leave you fully satisfied with the way it keeps its character. We'll make it right if j'ou're not satisfied. New spring models latest correct styles. Fair prices. W. G. CLAGETT CO. 666 has proven it will cure Mala ria, Chills and Fever, Bilious Fever, Colds and LaGrippe. It kills the germs that cause the fever. Fine Tonic. Dr. Garth's Address. Dr. T. R. Garth, who fills the chair of instructor in psychology in the West Texas State Normal School at Canyon, Texas, was heard here in the school auditorium last Wednes day night on the subject of the "Philosophy of Education." Dr. Garth is a graduate from Columbia Univer sity, receiving the degree of doctor of philosophy some years ago. We have very little opportunity to quote from the address, but the essential points were that education is necessary for the progress of the human race. It is inseparable from religion. The fact that one genera tion is responsible to the succeeding generation for the transmission of learning was one of the strongest points. We must get bur learning from those who precede us, or fail ing in that, education would finally be lost, with all its retrograde re sults back to barbarism. The primitive races could not count T mtf nore than 1. Beyond that they Would JissembTe everything in twos, ncTmore. Education developed from this the sciences of mathematics. Learning is not transmitted psy chologically. It is not a physical operation, but it is transmitted con sciously. Instinct is a pnysical ele ment. It is center of animal activity. Instinct is psycological and inher ited, but learning must be transmit ed from one human being to another, and everyone, not only a teacher, is responsible for the education of the children. Dr. Garth 13 here visiting his father and the family of his brother in Union City and is on his way to Nashville to make an address. LAND SALE. DELIGHTFUL REMEDY FOR LAZY LIVER Calotabs, the Perfected Nausealess Calomel, Sets the Liver Bight Without the Slightest Nausea or Danger. Feel mean, look yellow? Your liver ls out of fix! The poisonous bile is being retained in your system. You say I know calomel wm set me straight, but I hate to take calomel. Why not try Calotabs, the purified calomel that is as delightful to take as it is beneficial in cleansing the liver, and purifying the system? Cal otabs give you all of the valuable medicinal qualities of calomel but are entirely freed from tho unpleasant and dangerous effects. On tablet at I bedtime with a swallow of water, that's all. No taste, no griping, no nausea, no salts. You wake up in the morning feeling fine, with a clean liver and a hearty appetite. Eat what you please no danger of salivation. Calotabs are sold only in original, sealed packages, price thirty-five cents. The finest medicine in the world for biliousness, indigestion, headache and constipation. - So fine that your duggist is authorized to re fund the price as a guarantee that you will be thorougly delighted with Calotabs. (adv.) WANTED We pay the highest market price for butter, eggs, meat and lard and all kinds of country produce. Cash Grocery Co. 41tf Buick A. E. Kirkland. Dr. W. A. Nailling vs. Mrs. M. J. Cary et als., No. 1198, in Chancery Court at Union City, Tennessee. In obedience to a decree of the Chancery Court at Union City made at the April Term, 1919! in the above styled case, I will, on Monday, the 2nd day of June, 1919, at about 2 o'clock p. m., in front of the East door of the Courthouse in Union City sell to the highest and best bidder the property in said decree described, being a tract of land lying and being in 13th Civil District of Obion Coun ty, Tenn., .described as follows: Certain 'property or town lots situ ated in the 13th Civil District of Obion County, Tennessee, and in the town of Union City, and described as follows: One parcel of land which consists of three 60-foot town lots, being lots 168, 169 and 170 in the G. W. Gibbs original plan of the town, bounded and described as follows: Beginning at the intersection of First and Lee streets, on the East side of First St., running South with First street 150 feet to a stake in the West line of First street; thence East 120 feet to a stake in the West line of Depot street; thence North with the West line of Depot, street 150 feet to a stake at the intersection of Depot street and Lee street; thence West 120 feet to the beginning, being the same property acquired by Mrs. M. J. Cary, in two different purchases Lots 168 and 169 having been pur chased at the sale of C: N. Gibbs, Executor, vs. S. B. Cary, et al., which decree is registered in the Register's office of Obion County, Tenn., in Book 2-V, page 251-2. Lot 170 having been purchased at a sale in the case of P. W. Mott, Administrator, vs.-J. A. McCall, which decree is registered in the Register's office of Obion Coun ty, Tenn., in Book 2-V, page 249-50. Alto one other lot on which is situated a frame dwelling house, be ing Lot 193 in the original plan of the town, commencing at the North west corner of Lot 192 on Lee street; runs West 50 feet to an alley; thence South 100 feet to Lot 194; thence East 50 feet to Lot 192; thence North 100 feet to the beginning, being the same property which Mrs. M. J. Cary purchased of John B. Layne on Octo ber 24, 1898, deed to. which is regis tered in the Register's office of Obion County, Tenn., in Book 4-N, page 168-9. Also one other lot in which is situated a small dwelling house, be ing Lot 173 on G. W. Gibbs original plan of the town of Union City, said lot fronting "60 feet West on First street, and runs back 120 feet to Depot street, being the same parcel of land thai Mrs. M. J. Cary pui ohased of Mrs. Maggie Patterson, said deed being registered in the Regis ter's office of Obion County, Tenn., in Book 4-Q, page 155-6. 11 TERMS OF SALE. Sale will be made for one-third cash, balance in one and two years, and for the deferred payments the purchaser will be required to execute notes with two or more solvent, sureties, and a lien will be retained on the property for further security.. This the 8th day of May, 1919. GEO. A. GIBBS, Clerk and Master. E. H. Lannom, Solicitor. LAND SALE. W. E. Jackson vs. E. E. Jones et als., No. 1184, in Chancery Court at Union City, Tennessee. In obedience to a decree of the Chancery Court at Union City made at the April Term, 1919, in the above styled case, I will, on Monday, the 2nd day of June, 1919, at about 1 o'clock p. m in front of the East, door of the Courthouse in Union City sell to the highest and best bidder the property in said decree described, being 4 town lots lying and being in the 13th Civil District of Obion Coun ty, Tenn., and described as follows:. Situated in the town of Union City, being lots numbers 3, 4, 5 and 6 in the Carpenters Addition to the town of Union City, Tennessee, fronting on Carpenters street and runs back East to Cobb's property, being the same lots that were conveyed to W. R. Manley by H. B. Horner which .,, deed is recorded in the Register's, office for Obion County, Tennessee, in Book 8-B, pages 146-7. TEJKMSi U AL.Jli. Sale will be made on a credit of seven months and in bar of the equi ty of redemption. The purchaser will.be required to execute a note . with two or more sureties for the' 1 purchase money due in seven months, and a lein will be retained on the property for further security. This the 8th day of May, 1919. . GEO. A. GIBBS, Clerk and Master.. E. H. Lannom, Solicitor. - F. C, Council . V. D. McCord COUNCIL & McCORD Announce that tbey have opened a Second Hand Furniture Store and repair shop in the concrete block on Bank St., next door to the Union City-Coca-Cola Bottling Co., and solicit tbe patronage of the public. First-class work neatly and promptly done.. Give us call. Dr. Saunders in Union City. See J Dr. Geo. , M. . Saunders at his office In ' Union City,-. Washington . Ave., fourth Monday in each month,, for high-grade ..spectacles and eye glasses at reasonable prices. 43t.'