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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
id FOR S AOL - s. S. One two story 10 room house, on lot 100x133 ft. Sewer connected, elec .tric light, toilet and bath. Corner 3rd and Gibbs streets. Also about 3 1-2 acres in bearing Orchard and Poultry Yard, outside corporation limits. Properties to be sold together. - Christian Clhurch at Rives. Bible study promptly at ten. Preaching at eleven by Elder Freed. We- have no great musical attractions to offer the public, but everyone is invited to come out and hear the plain gospel, Just as It is written. . PASTOR. Unioln City is fortunate in having an up-to-date Steam laundry, where your family linen is done in a sani tary manner and not exposed ' to germs by staying for days in sleeping rooms or being sprinkled by water from the mouth. 7 ;- Married. , Mr. Chas. B. Riddle and Miss Alice Louise Barry were united in marriage Sunday evening, Oct. 5, Rev. W. B." Cunningham officiating. The marriage took place at the manse. Mr. Riddle is one of tho U. S. re cruiting officers at tho Union City station p.nd his brido a lovely woman. Congratulations are. extended. SURGEONS agree that in cases of Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds, the FIRST TREATMENT is most im portant. When an EFFICIENT an tiseptic is applied promptly, there 13 no danger of infection and the wound begins to heal at once For use on man or beast, BOROZONE in the IDEAL ANTISEPTIC and 'HEALING AGENT. Buy it now and be ready for an emergency. - Sold by Oliver- Drug Store. .1. . t ' i Mr. and Mrs J. L. Ruffin are now located ot Lobelville, Tenn., where Mr. Ruffin is teaching. Mr. Ruffin has never made a parade of the fact, but his friends know that he is one of the first and foremost teachers and education in this part of the State. Any school is fortunate to have his work. Eat at Forrester's. Dr. W. F. Roberts, of Troy, was in the city Monday, accompanied by a ward, a young boy whom the phy sician has for some time taken a personal Interest : in. The boy's parent! are not living and the rela tives turned him ver to the county a year or two ago. He was a helpless cripple, about six or seven years of age. His leg was diseased. . Dr. Ro berts took him and enlisted the help of the County Court, first in an ap propriation of $25, then an addition of $15. With this the boy was sent to Memphis and three operations wore performed at different times. The' boy was presented here Monday to tho County Court, able to walk and full of life and spirit in his little body. The court made a little additional allowance, and made it possible for the boy to enter school in Nashville, whene he will be taken care of and educated free of charge. The Burgeons and especially the phy sician at Troy were given a vote of thanks by the court. Robert n. re Bay Is the boy's name. i W. H. Riley is a business visitor this week in Arkansas. We have just received October Re cords. Harpole-Walker Furn. Co. Mrs. L, J. Goode, of Fulton, was in ths city last, week veiling in the home of Mrs. Penick. Nice line candy, fruits and cigars at Forresters. Mrs. Bessie Weir and little son William have returned from a visit to friends in Number Seven. . Coal bills are a large part of your living expenses reduce them by us ing Cole's Hot Blast Heaters. Messrs. Speer & Sexton and the families of the editors were over from Hickman last Saturday. Victrola Becords for this month at Harpole-Walker Furn. Co. . B. C. Bramham was a visiter this week In Chicago end Cincinnati, looking in at the World's Series. Victrola Records for October are in at Harpole-Walker Furn. Co. D. N. McClure, the Singer Sewing Machine general agent, was a busi ness visitor in Memphis , this week. Where do you eat and drink f After all Forrester's place is the best , -Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Stovall, of Crittendon Grove were shopping in the city Tuesday. Call for Reynolds Pure Pork Sau saee at the market. It's every ounce pure. Reynolds Packing Co. The District School will give an entertainment soon, and - of course everybody wants to attend. Victrola ' Records for this month at Harpole-Walker Furn. Co. Mrs. John Pitts, of Huntington, was a visitor In the city Sunday with her mother, Mrs. J. M. Cole. Victrola Records for October ore in at Harpole-Walker Furn. Co. Mrs. Nettle Hodge, of Lynville, Fulton, is a "visitor this week with home of Mrs. R. H. McClanahan. " Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Logan and Misses Hathawr.y, of Yorkville, were in the city last week as visitors and shoppers. Underwear of all kinds at a very low price no higher than the same goods last year at Phil Hyman's Cut price Store. We4ead in prices oth ers follow. -IIBWBSMSSMBSS! T'iMSBSSBSSSBSSSiSSSSSSSaSliSl' W 7 Look t Ben is the glob spread out flat be fore your eyes. See those stars? Every tat shows where U. S. Navy ship was 00 September 2nd J. 1919. The Navy travels the Seven Seas. ...... ROMANCE is calling to you! . . Strange and smiling foreign lands'are beckoning to you. Shove off and see the world! Learn to "parley-voo" in gay paree. See the bull-fights in Panama. See surf-riding on the beach of Waikild. Learn the lure that comes with the swish and swirl of the good salt sea. Eat well free; dress well free ; sleep dean free ; and look 'em all straight in the eye British, French, Chinese, Japanese, Spaniards, Egyptians, Algerians' and all manner of people. i - Come! Be a real man of the world. See the world. See it with the red-blooded, hard-working, hard-playing men of -the U. S. Navy. ;' . '"Z. Pay begins the day you join On board ship a man is always learning. Trade schools develop skill, industry and business ability. Thirty days care-free holiday each year with full pay. The food is good. First uniform outfit is fur nished free. Promotion is un limited for men of brains. You can enlist for two years and come out broader, stronger and abler. Shove off Join the U. S. Navy. If you're between 17 and 35 go to the nearest recruiting station for all the details. If you don't know - where it is ask your postmaster. w e Are Receiving if Goods Daily We are in position to give you right now the Best Selection of iture Ever Shown in Union City. We are sending out quite a few bills, and in order to insure your selection you had better place your order now. . " Goods are hard to find and the longer you .wait the worse it will be. Yours truly, flarpolG-ialKer Furniture Go. UNDERTAKERS ss. , A Phone 99. Union City. Little Miss Louise Thompson, Fulton, is snyisi tor this week with Miss Annie Margaret McClanahan, south First street. Victrola Records for October are in at Harpole-Walker Furn. Co. Jeremiah Jenkins Mr. Rust) will read a very fine essay on flies at the closing exercises of the District School. No one should fail to hear it. ' ; ' Thirty-six inch percale, 25 centi per yard at Phil Hyman's Cut-price Store. We lead in prices others follow. Miss Gray of Shady Grove, is with the E. S. Kirkland and the Car ney Co. at the Buick station, at tending to the office department as bookeepcr and typist. Metcalfe's Greenhouse for Cut Flowers and Bulbs, Narcissus and Chinese Lilies. Our own Laundry work is just as good as our flowers. Tou cannot afford to miss the Dis trict School, for Sally Brown (Mrs. Clarence Beck) will be there with her little brother Luther Mr. Henry Stanfteld. , FOR SALE An extra nice lot of seed wheat, clear of wild onions, cockle, cheat or dock seed. Pure patent-office, band selected. B. J. WADE, Rives, Teno. 27-Zt-pa Mr. and Mrs B. F. Beckman and little daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hardy left last week, going thru in Mr. Beckham's new Nash to Wa ter Valley, "Miss.; where they will spend the winter. Ladies' coats and coat suits. We have 500 ladies' sample coats at a low price and they are being sold at cut prices at Phil Hyman's Cut-price Store. We lead in prices others follow. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Bruer have moved from Number Threp to Union City and located on north, Ury street. Mr. Bruer is advertising ' sale of livestock and farming equipment to take place Friday, Oct. 17. We are glad to have these good people with us. ". 7 We kave just received October Ee cords. Harpole-Walker Furn. Co. Miss Ruth Riley has located at Owensboro, . Ky. , with one of the banking houses as clerk, and her place here with the Canvas Decoy Co. is filled by Miss Mary Kate Mc Daniel. The young ladies are both well known and very kindly esteemed. DANGER SIGNALS ' . OFJAD BLOOD Pimples on the face,' bunches in the neck, sallow and swarthy com plexion, sores, ulcers, mucuous patch es, copper colored spots, scaly skin affections, constipations, inactive liv er, dyspepsia and stomach troubles are common symptoms of poisoned blood. There is no remedy offered today to tho public that has so suc cessfully cured these diseases aa "Number AO For The Blood." An old doctor's prescription containing the most reliable alteratives known to medical science. . Put up by J. C. . Mendcnhail, Ev ansvllle, Ind., 40 years a druggist. Sold by Oliver's Drug Store. J. T. Leake, representing the Tom's Remedy Co., of Memphis, was a busi ness visitor in the city . Tuesday. Mr. Leake is onie of the well known Memphis citizens and well known here. He is at the head of a fine in stitution and will soon have some In teresting announcements r in . the paper..", . " ' ' , j " ,: Ladies' hats. We have a large as sortment of the latest styles in ladies' hats and you can buy a hat to suit your" taste and pocketbbok at Phil Hyman's; Cut-price Store We lead in pricesl-others follow. ; . Mr. Ben Pupkin. who was for a year or more with the Shatz Bros, store in Union City, is arranging to open a store in the room formerly occupied by thte Sedberry barber shop, next door to Dr. Micheal and Dr. All mond. He will soon be ready to announce his lines and invite your patronage. We can save you from 25 to 33 and one-third per cent oflf on every dollar by trading at Phil Hyman's Cut price Store. Always remember that Phil Hyman's Cut-price Store leads in prices and others follow. Mr. David Caldwell, recently from Vanderbilt University, Is in charge of the Center Highi School in Henry County. Mr. Caldwell was elected superintendent of the school, and It Is one of the progressive schools, with modern . buildings and equipment. Mr. Caldwell was also Invited to address the Grove High School and made a fine' impression. The young man Is a son of Senator D. P. Cald well, otlthis city! - NOTICE North Fork Drainage District Number Two (2), in Obion County and Weak ley County, Tennessee. T. J. Taylor et al. vs. W. L. Jones et al. In the County Court of0bion County,. Tennessbe, before tie Hon. J. B. Waddell, County Judge for Obion County, Tenn., as well as in the County Court of Weakley County, " Tennessee, before the , Hod. H. L. Hill, County Judge for Weakley County, Tennessee. To all parties to this suit and in any way concerned: r -You are- hereby notified that tho Commissioners appointed to classify th lands and real estate within tb Lrainage District in tbis cause organ ized, known as and named "North . Fork Drainage District Number .Two (2)", in Obion . County and Weakley County, Tennessee, and to apportion the costs and expenses, etc., of the con struction, organization, etc., of sucb Drainage District, have duly made and ' filed their report as such Commissioners,, with the Clerk of tbe County Court of Obion Connty, Tenn., and also with tbe Clerk of the County Court of Weakley County, Tenn., and agreeable to law; you are also notified that Tues day, the 21st day of October, 1919 has been set as the date for the hearing on said report of said Commissioners and matters of apportionment and assessment ' before the Hon. J. B. Waddell, County Judge for Obion County, Tenn., said bearing to be at the Court-house In Union City, Obion County, Tenn.; you are also notified, that Friday, tbe 17th day . of Octo- -ber, 1919, has been set as the date for the hearing on said report of said Com missioners and matters ot apportion ment and assessment before the Hon. H. L. Hill, County Judge for Weakley County, Tenn., said hearing to be at the Courthouse in Dresden, Weakley County, Tennesseee; all objections to said report as to assessment and appor tionment of lands in Obion County and ' Weakley County within - said Drainage District must be made in writing , and filed on or before noon of tbe dates re spectively set for said hearings by said Courts respectively, the objections per taining to apportionments and assess ments in said report as to said lands ia Weakly County to be so filed with tbe Clerk of tbe County Court of Weakley . and the objections as-to apportion ments and assessments in said report as to lands in Obion County to be so filed" with the Clerk of the County Court ot Obion County; and to all of which you will take notice.' This, tbe 1st day of October, 1919. R. H. Bond, Clerk of the County Court - , of Obion County, Tennessee j 28-2t 7 L