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We carry a complete line in all hapei and lize. They not
only (it the feet but the pocket book, and can be had at popular price.
A trial will convince you. Look them over today.
All Leathers. "Burroiaps" Patent and
Dull Leathers Guaranteed
Brockton, Mahachusitt
W. G. Clagett Co.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office in the new Nailling Building
Residence Phone 5.
Office Hours:
8:,10 to 9:.W n. m.
2 to 4 p. tn .
' Modern Klectrlcnt Trentment.
Office 1'hone 10(1. NiiilliiiB Building
Wholesale and Retail
Reelfoot I ake and
Mississippi River
Fish Game
i Oysters in diii,
Same old stand, near tlic ice factory.
Dr. J. E. Hudson
Rooms I and 2, Nailling Building
or weather Baking
This summer have us do the
baking have us suffer all the
inconveniences, worries, etc. .
When you have us do the
baking, you're certain of good
baking perfect bresd, pastry,
cakes, etc., always.
Why not be wise and have
us do the baking for your fam
ily? Dahnke'sCafe
Phone 109
Farms for Rent or Sale.
1 have three good rarms tor rent
or sale. If you have stock and tools
to run a farm, call and see me. If
you want to buy, will sell you a farm
on terms satisfactory to you.
Union Cify, Tenn.
David Clemmons, of Obion, was in
town Monday.
Clinton Ctllicolt, of Fleasant Hill,
was in town Tuesday.
Mrs. E. P. Lindsay and son, Ki, are
visiting friends near Memphis.
Mr. and Mrs. li. L. l'hebtis visited iu
Union City the first of the week.
Miss Eva Pyles comes in from Jack
son to-day (Friday) to stay over Sunday.
J. H. Thomas, of Newbern, will fill
his regular appointments here Sunday.
Miss Sadie Frye, of Obion, was a re
cent guest of Miss Hattie Mai Clem
tnons. A few days past J. S. Bean sold his
farm just south of town to W. L. Clem-
Little Lois Kitchell, for several weeks
a victim of remitent fever, is conva
lescing. Mrs. Ora Pyles was the guest of Mrs.
David Clemmons at Obion the first of
the week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Parker, of Union
City, spent Sunday wilh Mr. and Mrs.
V. G. Petty,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Webster were
week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ros-
coe Kitchell. j
Mrs. Emma Poiid, of Yincennes, Ind.,
will next week be the guest of Mrs.
Elia Wallace.
Herbert Elani, who has been visiting
in the home of H. C. Khun, left Mon
day for Oklahoma.
The members of the Pleasant Hill
Missionary Society of the Cumberland
Presbyterian Church, each inviting a
guest, and with well filled baskets spent
Tuesday with Mrs. Lizzie Hauser.
(juite a number of town people at
tended services at Pleasant Hill Sab
bath morning and report a very inter
esting sermon by Rev. J. L. Hudgins,
of Nashville,
The weather this week has been par
excellence for farming. A fair yield of
corn is being harvested. Only a few
weeks and the votes of Obion County
will be garnered, and what will the har
vest be? Down this way we appreciate
the approach of cold weather and hear
of more calls for Taylor than Hooper.
Tuesday's Memphis Commercial re
ported Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Loveless,
Mrs. W. H. Scott and daughter, Miss
Nelle, leaving for Waverly to attend
the nuptials of Miss Sophia Goodrjch
and Harry D. Scott. The latter is the
eldest son of W.. H. Scott, formerly of
Union City but now residing in Mem
phis. Oi.i) Critic.
Miss Dora Nichols is sick this week.
Miss Dora Stephens was in Union
City Monday.
Mrs. John E. Wells, of Union City,
was here Monday.
Thomas Donnell, of Frotemus, was a
business caller here Monday.
Miss Thornton, of Obion, ii the guest
of Miss Harrye Crockett this week.
Mrs. Miller fell Monday morning and
had the misfortune of breaking her
Mrs. Andrews, mother of Mrs. O. T.
Hughes, is very low and not exjeeled to
Mr. John Cunningham was here one
day this week with a large load of fine
apples which sold readily at one dollar
Mrs. Daisy Fatton, of Columbia, is
here to see her mother, Mrs. Nannie
Lasley, who has been very sick for
some days.
Mr. Joe B. Mitchell is the live stock
man of this part of the county. IIo
has shipped several cars of fine hogs
within the last week.
Mr. Wade Freeman and family, of
Ralston, returned home Monday after a
pleasant visit with Mrs. Freeman's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Ionian
Cotton is coming in by the dozeni of
loads and both gins are running. The
union gin was a little late in starting,
but it is running every day now.
Miss Faulson has a very large and in
teresting class in physical culture here
This is something which has been neg
lected here and should be given .
hearty support.
The recent rains have washed the
roads considerably, but our contractors,
Messrs. Phillips and Pryor, are busy
putting them in shape for winter.
The old building formerly the A. R.
P. Church is being torn down and re
moved. This structure was erected
when lumber was more plentiful than
now and when first-class material was
used in building. ,
Mr. D. B. Huey has bought the Wal
ter Myers farm, paying sixty-five dollars
per acre. wr. fliyers tntjn oougnt tne
house and lot opposite Mr. J. R. Mof
fatt's,owned by E. T. Ledbetter.
Mr. W. R. Lancaster has installed
new lights in the .Cumberland Church
The C. F. people are waking up and
have a brilliant young minister as pas
tor, Rev. George Burrow, of Mississippi.
The corn market is slow in starting,
the corn green, the price not so good as
last year, the farmer not 'satisfied with
the present price, so we predict a large
portion of the corn in this section will
be cribbed till spring or summer-
There will be preaching at Berea Sun
day. Everybody invited to attend.
Mr. Albert Duncan -and family, of
near Mount Pelia, visited at Mr. Lon
Tanner's Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Moso Tanner went to
Mount Pelia shopping last Friday.
We are very sorry to hear of the death
of Mr. Ashley Olive and Mr. Ernest
McKinney. Browxik.
Prisoners to Penitentiary.
Hickman, Ky., Oct. 18. Sheriff
Goalder Johnson left Monday for Eddy
ville, Ky., with two prisoners for the
penitentiary. They were O. L. Wiggs,
sentenced to two years for obtaining
money under false pretenses. He was
formerly a shoe salesman and resided
in Hickman. The other prisoner was
Tom Holmes, alias Long Tom," a
negro, who went for five years. He
was convicted of the same offense as
Wiggs. These men were convicted at
the September term of Fulton County
Circuit Court.
W. B. Sutherland and James Howard
now have their blacksmith shop com
pleted and are ready for work.
Rev. W. B. Gibson, son and datigh
ter visited Mr. Gibson's father, Mr. Al
len Gibson, near Kenton last Sunday.
Death entered the home of Mr. and
Mrs. John Abbington and claimed the
spirit of Uncle Ashley Olive. lie was
'32 years of age and was a member of
the Primitive Baptist Church, in which
he lived a true Christian until death.
Funeral services were conducted by his
pastor, Rev. Oliver, after which his re
mains were laid to rest in Cane Creek
cemetery to await the resurrection.
Ernest McKinney died at his home
near Cane Creek in Number Seven this
week from the effects of an abscess.
Mr. McKiAney was 38 years of age and
leaves a wife and two little children,
three brothers and one sister and many
relatives and friends to mourn his death.
Services were held at the residence of
the widow, Mrs. Mattie McKinney, con
ducted by Rev. Alton Waggoner, of
Martin, after which the remains were
laid to rest in Cane Creek Cemetery.
White Rose.
Died in Memphis.
F. A. Hurt, father of Buford Hurt,
proprietor of the Hurt job printing office
in this city, died at his home in Mem
phis on Thursday, Oct. 13, after an ill
ness of some years resulting from par
alysis. Mr. Hurt, deceased, was nearly 66
years of age and was a native of the
country contigious to Memphis, where
he was at one time engaged as a cotton
buyer and ginner. He was the pro
prietor of an extensive plant destroyed
by fire after some years engaged in bus
iness. Mr. Hurt's wife Jias been dead
about fifteen years. The deceased had
been a resident of Memphis for many
years and was stricken a few years ago
with paralysis.
When active Mr. Hurt was connected
with, various orders, including the Odd
Fellows, Masons, and a member of the
Presbyterian Church. He was also a
Confederate veteran and a well known
Three daughters and three sons sur
vive, viz: Mrs. Stanley ward iiart, ixs
Angeles, Cal. ; Mrs. C. C. Rickets, Wil
let, Cal.; Mrs. R. A. Walker, St. Louis;
one son in Memphis, one in Helena,
Ark., and Buford Hurt, of this city.
The remains were interred at Elm-
wood, Memphis.
Plan River Improvement.
Hickman, Ky., Oct. 18. A party of
government engineers have been here
the past week surveying, compiling data
relative to the Mississippi River. Among
other things, they will ascertain what
effect the closing of the gaps in the
levee will have on the high waters of
the future.
Will those who owe The Commercial
for subscription please let this remind
them to send or come and pay up or
notify us whether or not they want the
paper continued. Please attend to this
while you think of it.
Shareholders' Meeting.
The stockholders of the West Tennes
see Fair Association are hereby called
to meet at the Mayor's office in Union
City, Tenn., on Tuesday afternoon,
Oct. -.", at 1 o'clock. Important busi
uess will come U'fore the meeting. Be
sure yon are represented, either in per
son or by proxy.
J. W. Woosi.ev, Secretary.
W C. Farris, President.
Misses Jane, Louise ami Farrar Mc-
Connell spent Saturday night and Sun
day in Woodland the guests of Mrs.
Peter Prather.
Mrs. Blankinship, who has been sick
for some time, was operated on by Dr.
Moore, assisted by Drs. Purnell and
Wright last Wednesday. She is doing
Miss Clara McConnell went to Martin
Wednesday to attend the Missionary
Mr. and Mrs, fA , Prather and Mr.
and Mrs. F. W. Montgomery, of Hick
man, were out Sunday to see Miss Vir
ginia McMurry, who has been sick for
some time with typhoid fever.
We purchased the entire line of Geo.
W. Perry & Co. samples of ladies' crav
enetted rain coats and have them now
on display in our store. Call and see !
them. The prices are right. Hardy,
Malone & Jones.
John D.s Rockefeller celebrated the
opening of the,, hospital attached to the
Rockefeller Institute for Medical Re
search in New York with an additional
gift of $4,820,000. This benefaction
makes the total of Mr. Rockefeller's
gifts to the institute $8,240,000. The
institution's property was placed in the
hands of a board of trustees, of which
Dr. Simeon Flexner is a member.
In a speeth at Olean, N. Y., Judge
Alton B. Parker began the Democratic
State campaign with a speech in whicl
he denounced Col. Roosevelt's charge
of an alliance between Tammany Hall
and Wall street. Judge Parker made
pointed reference to Harrinian's con
tribution to the Republican campaign
fund in 1004.
Office of Comptroller of the Currency, )
Washington, D. C, Jan. 6, 1910. !
Whereas, By satisfactory evidence pre
sented to the undersigned, it has been made
to appear that The Old National Bank of
Union City in the city of Union City, in the
county of Obion, and the State of Tennes
see, has complied with all the provisions
of the Statutes of the United States required
to be complied with before an association
shall be authosized to commence the busi
ness of banking; now
Therefore, 1, Lawrence O.Murray, Comp
troller of the Currency, do hereby certify
that The Old National Bank of Union Gty,
in the county of Obion, and the State of
Tennessee, is authorized to commence the
businsss of banking, as provided in section
fifty-one hundred and sixty-nine of the
Revised Statutes of the United States.
In Testimony Whereof witness my hand
and seal of office, this sixth day of Janu
ary. 1910.
Comptroller of the Currency. .
'i if stHC".
TTYLES IctUr dan
ever. Factory equine J
with new machinery
throughout. All meth
ods of manufacturing
improved 50 style
direct Jroortion' value1,
too. Smart Stylish and Flex
ible to the last degree. The new
models on display today. You 're
cordially invited to inspect them.
. G. Clagelt Co.
A Clean Job
At a Reasonable
At The Commercial
Job Department .
Every time.
The Only Clothes
I Our line of fall fabrics is here a tasty collection of
of exclusive patterns, in browns, bides and grays.
tj Each garment designed, cut and made to individual
measure in our own shop.
Tate (Si vSutherland
Merchant Tailors
Successors to H. T. Robinson. U10 CITY, TEN.

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