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Mr. Elgie Forrester la in Memphis lor a few days. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Anderson were business visitors in Troy last week. Those on the sick list are Mr. Sam IForrester and little Edward Thomas. - Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Cooley were -shopping in Union City last Satur day. Mrs. W. A. Forrester is visiting relatives and friends in Nashville and Burns. Miss Vivienne White, of Union Eugene Forrester. Mr. and Mrs. Jaa. McCaw, of Union City, were recent guests of Mr. and :Mrs. R. P. Rogers. Messrs. C. Morrisette and M. A. Callis were business visitors near JCenton last Monday. Messrs. C. Morrisette and J. W. .Forrester were business visitors in Union City last Saturday. Mrs. Bessie Weir and little son, were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. ,R. P. Rogers a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs John Williams were guests In the homeof Mr. and Mrs. Jos Johnson of near Hornbeak, last wek. . " Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Callis were guests of relatives and friends near Martin and Limbs last Thursday and Friday. Mr and Mrs M. A." Callis and child ren were Saturday andSunday guests under the parental roof of Mrs. J. T. Coley and family. If you are thinking of erecting a monument it will pay you to write The Eclipse Marble and Granite Works, J. J. Snyder, Proprietor, Humboldt, Tenn. Nothing but the best of material used, and the highest class of mechanical workmanship. Fremont. Mr. Doc Hawkins in preparing to build some new houses. Miss Euna Bell is at home after a -week's visit at the Nailling Hospital. Mrs. Davis, of Jackson,-is here for a visit with her cousin, Mrs. Mario Creen. Mrs. Annie Jones and little grand son have returned to their home at Ridgely after a week's visit with) Mr. and Mrs. Green. .Mrs. Zadie Jonies and two child ren, of Missouri, ate spending the week with their . parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hawkins. Mr. Pleas Williams is very sick. Miss Azalea Ray waa a visitor Sat urday and Sunday in the home of her brother, Mr. Hurtle Ray. Building Beautiful Home. Hickman, Ky., 4. Mayor A. O. Caruthers has under construction a "beautiful home. This will be a con crete structure, two stories and will contain 10 rooms. Tbis house will be completed between now and the first of the yesr. Mayor Caruthers has re signed as mayor as he is moving out of the city limits. His resigna tion will take effect Jan. 1. This is the third home under construction at the present time, the others being thte home of Dee Henry and Delbert Choate. i I Constipated: bilious: dirty: headaches: tiervoua; lrrl- tj table: "feeling bad all over". Whole system con s I - gested. ."All plugged up." 1 Dr. Thacker'S Inter and Dines Syrup ,1s what you need. It's m ' purely vegetable tonic and , blood purifier. Mildly laxa tive or thoroughly cathartic g- according to the dose. p- " . i , t .limit I 'and keeps It "on the Job", g the KIDNEYS. It puts the BOWELS in good condition and keeps them that way. YOU need something of this kind and every mem. fcer of the family, from th children up, does too. Get It at your drug store. .- . "Kor two yean I suffered with eome kind of itomach trouble and indigestion. I tried leveral remedies, but could get BO re lict until I tried your DR. THAOHEffS LIVER AND BLOOra BYKUP. Two bottle cured xpjp 'I bare no trouble with my gtu ach now. can eat anything I de tire without fear." Mist Fannie Johnson Tenn. it THACHE3 k'EDICIKZ CO. I Stattanosga, Tenn., 0. I. A. For Sale by Oliver-Cobb Drug Co., Union City, Tenn. TTT r 11 JTilU 1 Ti'N TT F W 'A Alii 11 Developed in accord with the Fashion Park method L of Hand-Tailoring 1 ' ti Ready-to-Put-on Custom Service without the an- noyance of a Try-on The Bi-Swing Extension Sleeve feature permits free use of the arms without detracting from the lines or drape of the garment. It is a style treatment recommended as thoroughly practical, and It has been success fully applied to the Norfolk type of jacket. HICKMAN KENTUCKY ' rvvj HICKMAN KENTUCKY The Live Store Where Quality Relrfns Higher Than Price The House that gained 500 per cent in its 7th year of existence "There's A REASON." .. .. AH thoughts and energies devoted to Men's and Boys' Goods only. Real Estate Transfers. t. . .- i T. P. Palmer to B. J. Wade, 112 4-5 acres in Nob. 4 and 6, 117,000. W. E. Rankin et al. to T. J. Eas terwood, 50 acres In No. 13, $9,000. Carl Richard et al. to A. C. Fields, 73 acres In No. 9, $2,600. W. J. Caldwell to Mrs. H. A. Bit tick, lots In No. 4, $310. E. M. Kendall to I. C. Kendall, 50 acres in No. 5, $2,000. W. S. Boulton et al. to R. W. Thompson, lot In No. 16, $700. Joseph Robert to Herman Dietzel, lot in No. 13, $2,400. John L. Goodwin to E. L. Gish, lot in No. 13, $905. T. O. McKinnis to J. S. Bean, lot in No. 4, $900. J. J. Harmon et ux. to W. Barnes, 3 lots In No. 15, $2,250. ' " . Maude Jackson et al. to John F. White, lot In No. 5, $900. W. C. Ashley et ux. to W. W. Lit ton, lot in No. 5, $1, 600. T. D. Bryan et al. to E. T. Le cornu, 35 acres in No. 16, $2,010 Walter Dunn et ux. to G. E. Thompson, lot in No. 11, $1,800. Margaret Rathburn et al. to J. H. Ward, lot in No. 11, $1,600. J. P. Howard et ux. to T. D. Step hens, lot in No. 13, $900. T. D. Stephens et ux. to C. E. Keene, lot in No. 13, $1,200. . Mrs Mattie White et al. to Hunter Harpole et ux. lot in No. 13, $2,000. J. C. McRee et al. to C. H. Bruer, lot in No. 13. $1,400. C. G. Tilghman et al. to H. Pullen et al. 311 acres In No. 4, $11,000. Glen Glover to S. H. Duncan et ux. 80 acres in No. 2, $3,800. W. E. Warren' to W. E. Shrop shire 4 lots in No. 4, $1,125. W. E. Shropshire to H. Pullen, 5 lots In No. 4, $2,000. J. C. Grimes et ux. to Mrs. Mattle B. Dickey, 46 acres in No. 6, $3, 500. T. M. Bradley to W. E. Shropshire, lot in No. 4, $70. . ; . Full e$rire. "No more we read about the fiery steed." ' - ,V . . "No but the carburetor advertise ments are there with assurances of perfect ignition." Marriage Licenses. ' Ed Vass and Mm. Mary Lock. Bryant Davis and Myrtle Walker. Henry Forth and Lillian Ed wards. i Cleburn Fuller and Exie Johnson. James Goatley and Alvene Hobbs. Ed Barnhlll and Ilene Myers. Wiley Morgan and Adonia Sum mers. Barney Pickett and Lammie Jones. Noah H. Noles and Lexle Lizzie Strickland. Howard Johnson and Annie Fether ston. Florence B. Baldwin and Louella Marie Magnor. Dewey Cheatham and Vera Kirby. A. H. Stovall and Ruby Hender son. , Alvis Wolf and Edna Hall. Colored. Odie J. Herring and Annie B. Barnes. Roy Kenny and Lucy Gray. How This ? We offer $100.00 for any caia of catarrh that cannot be cured by HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is tak en Internally and acta through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Sold by druggists for over forty years. Price 75c. Testimonials free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. 11 PS3t P0STUMS af,BJ7tJV..-,. A Drink That's Part of the Meal! POSTOM lias a flavor ihatis sure to please. An eco nomical factor ixi housekeepiruj, A health hiiilder, used instead of coffee. nil'- . ' ': No Raise in Price Two sizes usually sold at 15 60 25 Md by Postum Corral Company Battle- CreK Michigan. ( Play Full of Human Interest Will Open Swain's Engagement Just suppose that you were a pure minded and attractive young girl and through unfortunate circum stances were compelled to eke your way through life clerking for a measley wage which enabled you barely existence in a hall bedroom, and suppose that one day a man not .a good man, but a rich man knocked at your door and offered to conduct you to a palatial home, to finance you and to do everything possible to make you a thing of beauty, and then suppose that one night while you were hesitating be tween right and wrong, another man knocked at your door not a rich! man but a cracksman, a high class thief who robbed rich men be cause in earlier life, on account of having been accused and convicted of a crime of which he was Innocent, the police would not permit him to make a living any other way. Suppose he did you a good turn and suppose he offered to fight for you, to protect you, and to love you in the right way. Which man woula you encourage the dishonorable rich man or the honorably cracks man? What did the girl do? It all hapened in "The Girl He Couldn't .Bully," melodramatic com edy of New York life, presented by the Wvl. Swain Show Company on Monday night of their engagement In Union City, starting Monday, Oct. 20, 1919. Other plays to be presented dur ing the engagement are: "Is Marriage a Failure," "Wife In Name Only," Little Miss Susan," "Keep to the Right," "At the Mercy of Tiberius," and "Young Brothers." Popular prices will prevail at all performances. Doors will open at 7:30 and the performance will start at 8:10 p. m. v - . John Combs and Maggie Pierce. Big Help. "Genius is rare.". "Fortunately most of us can make living without It." LAST "EAGLE" LAUNCHED AT FORD SHIPYARD. Ford "Eagle" Boat Number Sixty the last one to be built by the For Motor Company under the stipula tions of its war-time contract with the Navy Department was launched at the River (Rouge (Detroit) yard August 16thi at 3:30 p. m., and the long assembling building which Is a third of a mile long and housed twenty-one of the submarine chasers at a time, is already beingtransferred into a "body-building -plant with proposed output of 600 bodies daily Ford officials, workers, sailors and many invited guests witnessed the launching. Number Sixty was dressed with flags and bunting and as it found its level in the Rouge and floated free from the railroad tracks which had carried it onto the elevator-like launching table, the factory whistle took part In the cere mony by blowing sixty blasts-one for each boat launched at the Ford Yard. Twenty-five "Eagles" have alreadr have been commissioned by the Navy, and It is expected that the remain ing boats will be entirely completed by November 1st. One thing which greatly prolonged the work was the changes made in the outfitting of the boats shortly after the armistice was signed. As rapidly as the "Eagles" are commissioned, they are joining different squadrons of the U. S. Fleet: Six of the Ford Boats are going to the Philipines to replace six old destroyers and gun-boats; an othre squadron will Join the Interna tional Patrol off the coast of Chins; "Eagles" 1, 2and 3 are now doing patrol duty adjacent to Archangle. Russia, and it is quite probable that a small fleet will be sent to Italy, The "Eagles" were designed par-, ticularly to carry the submarine de tecting devices or "listeners," depth bomb protectors and three-inch guns with which to combat the It-boat once it had bjeen located by the "listener " They are practically noiseless in operation, light, speedy, and so constructed that a quick get-away is possible it being necessary to often stop to "listen" while chasing down a de tected sub. Had the submarine de stroyers been called into actual ser vlc which only the signing of the armistice prevented they would have "operated" in flotillas of three. All you who have torpid liver, weak digestion or constipated bowels look out for chills. The season is here and the air is full of the disease germs. The best thing to do la to get your liver in good condition and purify the stomach and bowels. HEIt BINE Is the right remedy, it ans wers the purpose completely. Price 50 cents. Sold by Oliver's Drug Store. ' Back in Town. Vacation Is over ard wo are acbk; Wo wandered through clover or Ash ed from a shack. The gorges were thrilling, ve liked water fleets, But we are quite willing to see as phalt streets. Vacation is finished and thousands entrain; Our rolls are diminished, our health shows a gain. ' The frosh air was heady where where mountain trout lurk. But wo are quite ready to go back to work. BEAUTY SECRETS! , Whereshe gets her good looks. Her heal thy skin, her pink cheeks, is known., to - -: t every one, because it Is apparent that it is not due to cosmetics, paint and powder. But the true womanly beauty comes from good health, and this good health is a woman's secret. Health comes with good phys ical machinery and good spirits, an active digestion. A body free from pains and aches comes with a tonic known for over fifty years as the best "temperance" tonic and nervine for woman -namely, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It can be obtained in any drug store in liquid or tablet form, or send 10c to Dr. Pierce Invalids' .Hotel, Bufa!o,N.Y. Cleansing of the intestinal tract b important. Take castor oil or select a vegetable pill. Such a one is composed of May-apple, leaves of aloe, root of jalap, and made into tiny sugar-coated pel' lets, to be had at every drug store aa Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets-