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before the war c a package during the war c a package NOW THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! 157 LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Mr. J. A. Wilbaokf, who baa been quite ick, is- improving. olisa rauhne Kliue. or Luicago, u visiting relatives iu the city. Mr. E. A. Morris, of Obion, baa been attending court here this week. Squire Fete Carroll, of Kenton, was in the city Thursday on business. Tbe famous Pull man Palace Car fac tories, probably the world's most cele brated workers in fine woods, are now devoting their entire wood working ca pacity to tbe manufacture of Edison Phonograph cabinets. Mr. Andrew Cox, manager of the Reynolds, has been favoring his patrons recently with some very fine Artcraft and Metro photoplays. Last week SIIUU fMrTnTrMTTTTTI rTTTTTSTriTIT II rnrrrmmintr Srvartinor T.ifp inrrnrlnrinir hni-M ra " uu " boxing contests, fine horse and pretty au lorresten place li me oesx. women, together with some maenifi- . .1 . . . . . Mrs. H. B. Ward, wbo bas been via- cent photographic productions, were itiug in Pans, returned Wednesday seen here for tbe brst time. Tbe best Telephone Unpreparedness "Wait a minute, Central, I'll get the number." That means delay which, when it occurs often, will slow up the whole service. 0 To avoid such delays, the tele phone user should always look up the number wanted before taking the re ceiver from the hook. By this sort of telephone prepared ness the telephone user gets quicker connections, the switchboard operator's work is lightened and good telephone service is greatly facilitated. When you telephone smile ! CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated -WE SELL- Ohio River Salt At $2.90 Barrel Cash Grocery Co. Looking Backward. Dad prattles and he prates, He speaks of 1910. "Twas a great time, be states," "Prices were lower then." Grandpa goes back, forsooth. Much further than most men, He burbles about hit youth; "Prices were lower then." I s'pose I'Jl tell my boy ; ; -; Of 1919, when ' The times we could enjoy 1 "Prices were lower then." night. L. . Haskius bas returned from a trip to Mississippi, where he visited rel atives. Mr. J. V. Rankin, attorney of Mar tin, was a business visitor in tbe city Tuesday. Mrs. J. N. Stitt, of Covington, is vis iting her daughter, Miss Elizabeth Stitt, for a few days. Mrs. J. V. Stitt and little boy, Walter Eugene, of Murray, Ky., spent several days with relatives last week. Miss Rhine Joyner and Miss Pauline Kline are guests of Mrs. W. F. Barry in Jackson aud attended the fair. Mr. George Meadow has returned from Nashville, where be underwent an opera tion which is proving very successful FOR SALE. Fine Jersey cow and young calf. Hazel Manley Phone 585. 25-lt Misses Pearl Rice, Helen Browder aud Messrs. Earl Rice and Bernard Tay lor, of Fulton, attended tbe Elks' dance Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. E. Morriss and childron, Robert, Joe, aud James Har ris, of Pallas, Texas, are guests of Mr aud Mrs. J. A. Morgan. Miss Lorine Morgan entertained Sat urday evening with a diuucr aud dance for Mr. and Mrs. Robt. E. Morriss, Dal las, Texas. They were also honorees of an outing given at Reelfoot Lake Tuesday. Mrs. Arnn invites you to inspect her fall millinery, prices and styles. Mrs. A. B. Nichols and Mrs. Frank Marshall were called to Nashville Tues day on account of the illness of their sister, Mrs. Poore, whose death occurred before tbey could reach her. Sgt. Fulton Moffett, 89th Division, Machine Gun Battalion,' bas returned from France after an abseuce of two years from Union City. Tbe soldier is enjoying a borne welcome. Mr. X. 8. Ung, woo bas been very sick for some days, was reported some better yesterday. Mr. Ong is eighty and has been very hale aud hearty. We trust he will soon be up again. Misses Willa Whitson, Nellie Mil ner and Valerie White, the latttr from Hickman, leave next Monday for Oxford, Ohio, to become students for the year in Western College. Visitors this week at Wartben Farm with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Warterfield are Misses Edith aud Harriet Pullen of Jacksonville, Fla., Miss Marian Sulli van of Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Caldwell of Chicago and Mr. Belton Sullivan of Jackson. Our second-hand cars must go. All repaired and in good shape. Une Uverland 71, with starter, $200.00. One Chevrolet Road ster, overhauled, new tires, $350.00 One six-cylinder Paige, $400.00. One Saxon Six, new tires, Till Mitchell car, $500.00. Union City Garage. Capt. Claud Andrews was called to the phone Wednesday morning by Governor Roberts and notified by the Governor to be ready for a summons for Company K to be called to Dresden if necessary to preserve order. The whole community was stirred and ma- is none too good for Mr. Cox' patrons and there are large numbers of them who enjoy tbe movies at the Reynolds. W. H. Forrester, proprietor of the Forrester Cafe, one of the popular catl ng places in Union City, has leased for a term of three years the building in which he has been doing business and l as bought the resi dence on the corner of Third and Mill Btreeta, just north of Marshal Adams. Mr. Forrester has been very successful In his line of work. He is full of pep end public spirit and deserves some of the good things of I life. , . . i : 1 Just received three new Oakland cars, the first that we have been able to get for three months. If you have your order in or want one, call and see us. The price is the same, $1,200.00 delivered. Union City Garage. BETHLEHEM ny citizens armed themselves to avenge an attack upon a young woman by a fiendish brute. The assailant escaped in a car. tie was white in tbe color of his hide. Misses Emma Lou Bruce and Mary Hunter Hubbs are visiting Miss Bertie Hubbs at Nashville. Miss Ruth Woody, of Rives, spent Friday and Saturday with Miss Robbie Latta. Messrs. McClard, Ragsdale and Reid motored to Mt. Pelia Sunday to visit Mr. Jasper Keen and family, who formerly lived in this vicinity. They found Mrs. Keen in declining health. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sandling, of Mem phis, are visiting Mr. Tom Wood and family. Mr. John Hughes and wife left last Thursday for Birmingham, Ala., to vis-1 it Mr. Hughes' brother, Mr. V. E. Cates and family. Miss Sallie Kate Brevard began her school at Cor urn's Monday, enrolling 22 pupils, and others expected soon. Mr. Will Baulch is teaching at Luck- now. lhe Community Club will meet I Tuesday with Mrs. Dube Mansfield. The members are urged to be there by 3 o'clock, as several matters of import ance are to be considered. The volunteer help which the men of tbe community offered in work on the well at Coram and in putting the school room in good condition, bespeaks their co-operation with the ladies for the bet terment of our community. Mrs. Will T. Adams lost a black leather handbag, containing $2.31, be tween her home and the Red Cross drug store Monday, and any informa tion leading to its recovery will be much appreciated. W. C. T. U. Convention. Tho Obion County W. C. T. U. Con vention was called to order at Rives on last Friday, Sept. 5, by the president, Mrs. W. J. Caldwell, at eleven o'clock and until five in the afternoon the day was filled with interesting things. After devotional exercises by Mrs. T. P. Callicott and RevFarris, Mrs. W. L. (Jiemmons in ner easy manner made all the visitors feel at home by her welcome, and Mrs. Laura Crockett responded in her own hearty way. A paper on "Prompt and Accurate Reports," by Mrs. T. C. Callicott, was quite instructive, and one on .'The Use of tbe Press," by Mrs. Seid Waddell, also Mrs. Bonner, was enjoyed greatly. At a few minutes before twelve Rev. arris conducted tbe noontide prayer 9 3 3 13 Off-Color Days are usually the reflexion of some . upset to bodily health. Coffee drinking usually exagger ates such conditions and fre quently produces them. That's why so many former coffee drinkers now favor i The Original PosTUM Cereal Boil fully fifteen minutes and a delightful, beverage results. Fine for children as well as grown-ups. Everywhere at Grocers. i rr s i Two sizes, usually sold at 15c and 25c 1 How Much Sleep do YouNeed The great common sense of the human race says "Go to bed when you're tired; get up when you're rested" JUST hoN long it takea to get retted dpendi on ho "deep" you deep. Pirhtpt you ire one of the lucky indi vidual! who ere "dead to the world" when you tleep. - But il you re only about half asleep all night, totting about and waking at every little sound, you can stay in bed twenty (our hours and still need sleep. Sleeping soundly is a matter of getting perfectly related. The slightest noil keeps the nerves alert. What you need (or deep, sound sleep all night is a piricily quirt bid and a - spring that invitti ccmpUu relaxation. That is why people sleep so much better in the Simmons Metal Bed and Slumber King Spring. THE Simmons Metal Bed is noiitlttt. It locks firm at the corners. The corner locks are made of pressed steel , have much longer bearing surfaces than the average fit true and snug not a creak, rattle or feeling of unsteadiness. These patented corner locks have mad possible the Thrrr-fitte Brdth new Simmons idea the spring forming a single unit wi.h the side rails. THE Slumber King Spring really dots what you have always wanted a spring to do. It yields to the weight of the body, but supports it. It flu square on the bed. It does not sag, hump or lose its resiliency. It is always a firm, elastic foundation for the mattress. It invites sound, health giving sleep. It is rmt-proofi It has no loose ends or rough corners cannot wear or tear the ticking. THE hard work and nervous strain of . these days forces attention to ilrtf. Tbe Simmons Metal Bed and Slumber King Spring are what you an looking for made to inviu ilitp. We have them in a wide choice of beauti ful styles in brass and in enamel in colore and natural wood effects at prices no higher than for ordinary beds. Come in and let us show them to you. Harpole-Walker Furniture Go. UNDERTAKERS Phone 99 SIMMONS BEDS Built for Sleep n -EE SHOES SHOES SHOES We are in a position to say that there will not be any de cline in shoe prices for the next six months, and that we can service, after which a delicious spread save you now from $1.00 to $3.00 per pair on every pair you buy from us. Not only that, but you get better shoes all leather shoes, made for service and comfort We have just received another big shipment all kinds, all grades, from the cheapest to the best that's made. Come in and see for yourself. We have got your number. CASH GROCERY CO. The House that Undersells them All. Who Does 7ft Little Cuoid If Work For was enjoyed. Afternoon. The first paper was given by Mrs, Worts of Kenton on ' The Purposes of the V. C. T. U. Institute." Then followed a query box conducted by Mrs. Knox Harper. Through the kindness of Prof. Cra vens and teachers, the 'school came in a body and were entertained as well as instructed by talks from Mrs. Crockett, I Revs. Farn's and Armstrong. By the responsive bright faces of the children we know that good seed was sown and great good will come of it. On account of space will just men tion the beautiful reading by Miss Man- ley and a paper on the "Duties of Bed I Cross Nurse" by Mrs. Cbas. Miles, which were very good. After a business session the meeting closed wub song ' God Be With You" and tbe Aaronic benediction, all voting Mrs. Caldwell a fine president and thanking her for a wonderful day. Onb Present. TTmtft'a nwiv. fnmipl ended Bunt s Cure la guaranteed to top and permanently car that terrible Itoblng. It la eom- nonnaea lor mt purpoee ana foar money will be promptly refunded wlthont question It Hunt Barre fe.Ha to euro Itch . Hcaema.Tetter. Bin Worm or any other akin disease, lie. an DOS. Cot aala locally by Herny M. Oliver, Druggist. ' Notice. 1 i All of the Ex-Confederates of die county are requested to meet at the Fair Grounds at Union City Sept. 25,; atXo'clock a. m. sharp, aswe.want to elect officers for the ensuing year. It is very important that all the members of the camp be present. By order of Commander P. N. Matlock. W. J. Fiuroa, Sept. 10. - Adjutant.