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YOU WANT NEW GOODS AND GOOD PRICES
You can now buv Cut Glass and China as never before. Come in and see.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR STOVES
Heating Stoves Cook
RANGE
$20.00
ILlteirfc: to tlni: American Wire Cheaper than Ever Before!
This month is the time to buy wire.
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Telephone 27
UNION CITY, TENN.
Telephone 27
I MINNICK.
The youngpeople had a party at Mrs.
If ess Turnago's one night last week.
Bro. Willis Carter has been on' the
sick list this week, but we understand
that he is better at this writing.
Kev. I. N. Tenick, of Martin., and Kcv.
B. F. Smith, of Ridgeley, passed through
cat burs one day last week and gave us
-some good encouragement about our
Baptist Church going to be built soon.
Kev. Norman filled his last appoint
raent here Ir.nt Sunday to an appreciative
audience. The people here fear we will
never get another man here that we
i,;r,ir mni'h of as we do of Brother
Norman but as he has to go, wo hope
he will get a good station.
Our farmers seem to bo somewhat dis
snnointed at not being able to harvest as
larre a crop as usual. But they are
fatirur advantaee of the pretty weathe
by harvesting what they have. We
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W,!v think Mr. Rockeleiier, it ne
should come through our country with
million-dollar bottle of vermifuge,
would stop to pour any of it on our
people, for he couldn't think they were
lazy or bothered with hookworm. We
think the hookworm business is an a
hokes anyway, especially since it is
suggested that theyget in a toy's system
through the bottom of his feet. Why,
you can't drive a ten-penny nail through
the foot of a boy who has gone bare
footed all his life. We opine Mr.
Rockefeller thinks our people- are lazy
and asleep because they have let him
fleece them out of $500,000,000. When
the Northern soldiers came down here
as uninvited guests from '61 to '65 there
wasn't one who got back and reported
he found 'the Southern people sleeping.
Hooligan.
s BETHEL.
Iiss Nannie Sanders was in Trote
nuis Friday. '
Miss Ethel Lindsey, of Protcmus, was
here Saturday.
Mr. Tom Davis is getting ready to
move to Tally's.
Mr. Bush and wife, of Union City,
visited relatives here Sunday.
Mr. John Haynie is the champion
pumpkin raiser of this district.
Mr. Jas. Smith and family will move
to Possumtrot in the near future.
Mr. Hawk Muse and a party of friends
spent a few days this week on the lake.
Mr. Clyde Aron is right sick at the
homo of his uncle, Mr. Perk Brown,
this week.
The farmers here are all still busy
picking cotton, gathering corn and sow
ing wheat.
Mr. Wash Calhoun and wife, of Tal
ly's, visited their daughter, Mrs. Frank
Brown, Sunday.
Mrs. Emmett Davis, of Mineral
Spring, was the guest of Mrs. Tom Da
vis Wednesday night.
Bethel Camp No. 1359, M. W. A.,
met Saturday night, and in the absence
of the regular Consul, C. P. Caldwell
Neighbor Alton Maupin filled the Con
sul's chair. Dr. Houston Gilliland,
Charlie G. Cloar and Fayette Maupin
were adopted in full fellowship. Two
other candidates were elected for adop
tion, and the goat given a strong diet
for their reception. The camp voted to
celebrate its first anniversary on Satur
day night before the fourth Sunday in
November. Following are the commit
tees: Program, Dr. Her Glover, Doll
Garrison, Knox Haislip; refreshments,
John Flowers, Henry Osborn; music,
Jim Pendleton, Thos. McDaniel. Ev
erybody come out and enjoy a good
time with the Woodmen. Trixie.
Cole's Hot Biast Stoves at Nailling
Keiser Hardware Co.
WOLVERINE.
Mrs. A. R. Hampton has gone to
Arkansas to visit her father, Mr. Lyons.
Rev. Joyner preached his last sermon
Sunday at Sardis. He has been with us
four years. i
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bennett and Mr.
and Mrs. Stephen Bennett were in Union
City Thursday shopping.
Mr. Hillery Mosely and son, Fayette;
of near Trimble, visited at the home of
Mr. Fayette Owen Tuesday.
Mrs. Billie Polk, who has been dan
gerously ill with pneumonia, was some
better the first of the week.
Vaughn Owen has returned home
from Clayton, where he has been putting
down a pipe well for Mr. Hatch le
Walker.
Mrs. W. M. Sanders, age 33 and 7
months, died at her home Friday night
of consumption. The remains was laid
to rest in Campground Cemetery Satur
day evening. Wild Plcm.
Jesse Walker Dead.
The .announcement received here to
day of the death of Jesse Walker of
heart failure at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. D. B. Ely, in Cairo, this morning
at 6 o'clock, was received in the city
with surprise. About four weeks ago
Mr. Walker left Fulton for Cairo, and
while ho w:as ill, no one thought that
the end was so near, not even his im
mediate relatives.
Besides two sisters, Mrs. H. C. Simp
son, of this city, and Mrs. Bob Horton,
.of McGregor, Texas, and one brother,
Joe Walker., lie leaves six children, Mrs.
Ada Ross of Dukedom. Mrs. Hiram
Norman of Blodgett, Mo., Mrs. Ben
Hughes of Union City, Mrs. D. B. Ely,
of Cairo, Jesse and Ollie Walker.
Mr. Jesse Walker was marshal of
South Fulton for 23 years, and during
that time displayed &uch courage and
ability as a peace officer as to make his
services almost indispensable. He was
a terror to law breakers and a source of
protection to the citizens of South
Fulton. Mr. Walker came to Fulton
in 1872 from Hickman County, Ky. ,
where he was born m 1S50. At the age
of 13 he enlisted in the army and took
part in the war of the great rebellion, j
In religion he early developed the
habit of weighing things in the balance
of reason, discarding that which to him
did not harmonize with the Creator's
plan as he saw God's laws in the big
book Qf nature.
His convictions, whether right or
wrong, were holiest and sincere, result
ing from much careful study and analysis
on his part and with which he calmly
met the fate of all flesh. Fulton Daily
Commercial, Friday.
Farmers, Attention.
Did you ever see hogs as high as they
have boon for the last six months? Do
you look for them to be cheaper within
the next twelve? We certainly do not
look for lower prices on this stock, and
want you to look into the matter for
yourself, and there is no reason why
you should not get $5.00 per bbl. for
your corn by feeding to hogs. A num
ber of armors have made hundreds of
dollars already this year, and some in
the thousands, by handling hogs and
cattle. If you have not got the hogs
to feed, buy some. See us when you
want to buy or sell.
32-tf W. G. Reynolds.
NOTICE. Now is the time to set
your grates before cold weather. We
have the men and time. Phone 491.
T. L. Braxsford & Sou.
Real Estate Transfers.
J. S. Jovner to A. O. Hickman. 21
acres in No. 13, $1,100.
B. W. Godsey etal. to J. E. Coleman
75 acres in No. 3, $1,200.
H. S. Sutton and wife to Guy Walker,
50 acres in No. 12, $1 ,400.
W. R. Alexander and wife to Mrs
Mattie Noah, lot in Union City, $1,000.
Andrew Totten and wife to Wm. and
Cassie Faulkes, lot in Union City, $375.
J. R. Marable to G. A. Howell, 140
acres in No. 6, $4,900.
N. Holloman and wife to J. B. Skin
ner, 35 acres in No. 11, $1,770.
S. A. Rogers and wife to Thos. Rey
nolds, lot in No. 13, $50.
W. P. Beard et al. to 1). E. McCorkle,
81 acres in No. 0, $2,000.
T. F.. McCorkle et al. to D. E. McCor
kle, interest in 230 acres in No. 14,
$2,300.'
W. H. Talley and wife to R. L. Lock-
ert, 40 acres in No. 12, $300.
J. S. Neeley and wife to W. A. Foster,
lot in No. 5, $320.
Mrs. Sallie Jackson to W. E. Jackson,
lot in Union City. $1,360.
W. D. Flack et al. to T. M. Flack, half
interest in 69 acres in No. 2, $700.
Gus Pharr et al. to Murry Dozier, 10
acres in No. 11, $800.
D. E. McCorkle and wife toT. F. Mc
Corkle, 130 acres in Nos. 6 and 14,
$3,500.
Mabelle Stovall to J. E. Stovall, inter
est in 54 acres in No. 7, $380.
Mrs. Kate L. Beauchamp et al. to J.
E. Olive, interest in 54 acres in No. 7, !
$1,030. I
S. L. Tettus et al. to J. W. Reasons,
lot in No. 16, $600. :
John M. Cook and wife to J. E. Mitch
ell and wife, 185 acres in No. 6, $3,000.
J. R. Moss and wife to W. J. John
son, 127 acres in No. 1, $6,800.
Card of Thanks.
We want to thank our neighbors and
friends who were so attentive and faith
ful in the sickness and death of our dear
mother, and especially do we want to
thank our friends for the many beautiful
flowers that were placed on our mother's
grave. May tue .Lord bless each and
every one. Signed,
- Mrs. Rosa .Maddox,
Mrs. B. Sue Nelms,
William H. Huff. .
LOST At Woodland Mills day of
primary election, Japanese link cuff
button. $1.00 reward. S. T. Pruett.
eal Estate
Bargain
A splend residence and the best,
the prettiest, best located lot in Union
City now on the market. None better
anywhere in the corporation. Large,
streets-on three sides, an abundance
of shade, center of the city, high and
dry, convenient to everything. It is
offered at a bargain price. It is fancy,
so dont expect it for nothing.
Inquire at The Commercial office.
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