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A lrilaippy Clhiristaias is in tine EaittSiniO' 2 WE have: the largest supply of Fruit Baskets, Fruit Cakes, Candies, Nuts, Oranges, Apples, Bananas, Grapes, Figs, Dates IN FACT, EVERYTHING THAT IS GOOD TO EAT Finest Line of Cigars in Gift Packages FINE PIPES I.. I iiii ahnke's Cafe PHONE 109 Where Quality is King FURNISHERS FOR CLUB SOCIALS i BANQUETS, ETC. i IT B R ftf9 uyor:.. Sealshipt Oysters The Sanitary System., We are ... Exclusive Agents LOWNEY'S Holiday Packages, the standard of the World. Makers of the Celebrated CREAM BREAD - - - and - - - VELVET ICE CREAM The Year Long G et our prices o and n Fruits. Save M Cao dies, etc.- oney o CRYSTAL. Clay Cathron is building a vecy neat cottage on the Capt. Nailling farm that lie recently bought from John Kersey The minister's and member's meet ing of the Beulah Association will con vene with Mount Olivo church on Fri day before the fifth Sunday in January and close Sunday. The program will be published later. Messrs. Wardell Milliams, Walter Hudson and Dcbow Rice and families will leave about the first of December for Florida, where they expect to estab lish a Tennessee colony. We wish them health and prosperity. At a business session of the Mount Olive Baptist Church last Saturday Dr. II. K. Walters, president of Hall-Moody Institute, was called and accepted the patorate of the church for the sixth year. The Commercial's correspondent at. tended the Woodman's picnic at Bethel lasi Saturday. The weather was fine, the crowd was largo and orderly and the speeches and recitations were excel lent, even from a critical standpoint. Mr. Powell Emerson and family and Mrs. Keece Emerson and daughter, of Graves County, Ky., are here on a visit. Rev. alter Junes, the new pastor of the Methodist Church, came down Thanksgiving and preached an inter esting sermon at Antioch. Mrs. Mollio Rice recently entertained the Lark in Club, from 2 to 5. None save those who held membership in the club ever attend. Even John, the man of the house, had to go away back in the peach orchard and sit down while a tempting menu consisting of angel food and other things, beyond our vo cabulary to express, were served. ' Jim Rrss. FARM FOR SALE One hundred and sixty-one acres in the the Fourteenth District 6f Weakley County, Jill cleared but three acres, 59 acres in clover, 40 acres in wheat, 20 in rye, balance to bo cultivated.. Averaged 9 barrels and one bushel of corn to the acre and paid me 11,300 in rent this year. I will sell for $10,500, $5,000 cash and four years on the balance at 5 and G per cent interest, payments as follows: $520 Jan. 1, 1912, $530 due Jan. 1, 1913, $540 due Jan. 1, 1914; $750 due' Jan. 1, 1915. ' $3,200 insur ance money due Nov., 1914, at 5 per cent interest. Land lies sloping four ways to line from the main building, all upland and not hilly: lies 31 miles southeast of Mount Pelia, six miles southwest of Martin, in sight of New Home Church afad schoolhouse, two good houses, one good stock barn, three tobacco barns, two wheat houses, wind mill, pump and a good pair of stock scales, and a good $2,000 bargain. It is too nice a home to rent, and is six miles from me, making it very un handy fur nie to look after: in a good neighborhood. A level road runs by the farm, also level to Martin, and on mail route. Write me. U. O. PARR1SH, Terrell, Tenn. The Inference. Upton Sinclair, in an address in San Francisco, said of a certain social class: "These enormously rich and enor mously corrupt people mistrust one another rightly too. "A millionaire belonging to this class gave a large dinner party, and late that night on the way to bed he found a sil ver spoon in his hallway, near the front door. Alia, , nu s.iiu, piciuug up wie spoon, one of my guests evidently had a hole in his pocket'" Washington Star. NUMBER SEVEN. Winter is here again. ; Feople here are killing their hogs. Some of the young people of New Home attended services at Berea last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Bowers, of near Critlendon Grove, spent Saturday night at Mr. Billie Bowers' near Cane Creek. Miss Beatrice Wilson, of Union Oity, spent part of last week with Nola Lyt- ton of this vicinity. ' Mr. and Mrs. McSpedden, of this vi cinity, visited Mr. Billie Bowers and family near Cane Creek Sunday. Mr. Albert Duncan and family, of near Mount Telia, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. Mo.sc Tanner near Cane Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Bowers, of near Crittenden Grove, visited Mr. and Mrs. Lennio Hansbrough at ew Home last Sunday. Mrs. Sarah Callis arid daughter. Miss Pearl, of Number Fof visited relatives in this vicinity last Thursday. Mr. Eddie Penn and family spent Sunday at the borne, of Mrs. Tenn's brother, Mr. Clint Dickinson, at Cedar Hill. Messrs. Virgil Laster and Mose Tan ner, of near Cane Creek, went to Rives Saturday ou business. Miss Nola Lytton.of this vieinitv.spent Sunday night at the home of Mr. Billie Bowers near Cane Creek. Those on the sick list this week are Mr. Dick Stanley and granddaughter, Miss Jessie Stanley, and Mr. Luther Vaden's baby and little Carlena Abing ton. Brownie. CANE CREEK. Little Opal Osemnn is very sick at this writing. Mr. Curtis Smith is reported better at this writing. Mr. Jeff Smith was a business visitor in Martin Saturday. Mr. Frank Watsdn is reported very sick at this writing. J. T. Sutherland made a business trip to Rives Thursday. W. B. Gibson was in Kenton last Saturday on business. Mr. Ed McKinncy, of Mount Telia, was in Kenton Friday on business. Miss Tea rl Floyd is spending a few days this week with her parents in Union City. Mrs. Birdie Johnson, of near Martin, is spending this week with Mrs. Lara Smith. . Mr. Forrester was the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Docie Laster, last Thurs day night. Mrs. James Albert Howard spent Sun day with Mis. W. B. Sutherland near Mount Pelia. Miss Bessie Johnson, of Salem, is visiting relatives and friends at Mount Pelia this week. Miss Fannie Reeves, of near Salem, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Mary Fuqua, near Mount Pelia. Mr. Lee Condor and Miss Myrtie Montgomery, of Gardner, attended serv ices at Berea Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sutherland and family were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A rthur Chapel last Sunday. Rev. W. B. Gibson and family were the guests of Mr. Allen Gibson at Rutherford Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albeit Duncan and family, Mr. Bailey Coley and Miss Bertrice McSpedden were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mose Tanner Sunday. - Miss Eflio Caudle and brother, Leon ard, spent Saturday and Sunday in Mar tin with friends and relatives. Prof. Bob Lacewell, of Cypress Creek, closed a singing school at Mount Pelia Baptist Church last Thursday, but began another one on Monday, Nov. 28, and will continue until Friday, Dec. 9. Everyboy invited to come. . White Rose. SOUTHEAST CRITTENDON GROVE. Health is very good in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Bowers visited relatives in Weakley Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Scates are the proud parents of a new boy. Mr. Will Wagster and wife were in Martin shopping Wednesday. Several from this place attended sing ing at New Home Sunday afternoon. Mr. Tin Bell and family visited rela- atives at this place one night last week. Mr. Thorn will soon have OIlie Penn's house completed and ready for moving in. Miss Ange Sullivan visited home- folks near Kenton Saturday and Sun day. Messrs. Foster McSpedden and Bailey Coley made a business trip to Kenton Friday. x . : - ' Quite a large crowd of the New Home people attended services at Berea Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Campbell, of near Cano Creek, were the guests of Mr. and i Murray Campbell Sunday. j Mr. and Mrs. Blake Critlendon vis-! itcd their daughter, Mrs. Clara Hans- j brough, in Weakley Sunday night. j Mr. and Mr-. Albert Duncan and, children were Sunday visitors in the ; home of Mr. and Mrs. Mose Tanner j near Cane Creek. ! I Mr. J. C. Wagster is adding to the; looks of his house by papering and , painting. Jerisha. , Don't Be Hopeless j about yourself when you're crippled) with rheumatism or stiff joints of j course you've tried lots of thing and j they failed. Try Ballard's Snow Lini-j ment it will drive away all aches,! pains, and stiffness and leave you as well as you ever were .Sold by Red Cross Drug Store. - EBENEZER. Miss Marion Isbell, of McKenzie, spent part of last week with homefolks Miss Bessie Benedict, of Delira, was the week-end guest of Miss Loula Cun ningham. Mr. Geo. Price, of Pryorsburg, Ky., is visiting his daughter, Mrs. Geo. Cun ningham. Mr. Warren Reeves, of Union City, was the guest of his cousin, Mr. Fred ReevesJ Saturday night. Mr. Geo. Shankle, after six week's stay at Dickson, has resumed his school work at Mineral Springs. Mesdames Ellen Reeves and Clara Curry have returned from a visit to rela tives at Rector and Piggott, Ark. Mrs. Joe Henderson and children, of Obion, are spending this week at the home of Mrs. Lizzie Cunningham. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Callis, of White side, spent Saturday night with Mrs. Callis' parent. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. McGowan. Misses Allie and Andie Garrison and Era, Ola and Antlii Cunningham at tended the M. W. A. picnic at Bethel Saturday. Matilda. ARE YOU DEAF? Get Catarrh is Proiiably tub Cause. Rid of the Caise. If you have catarrh and have constant ringing noises in your ears look into the matter at once. It's a pretty sure sign that catarrh is spreading and is making its way through the Eustachian tubes that lead from the nose to the ears. When catarrh gets to the ears partial deafness follows. If you have ringing noises in your ears go to the Red Cross Drug Company to-day and get a HY- OMEI outfit and drive out catarrh. To cure catarrh HYOMEI should be breathed through the Hyomei inhaler for a few minutes, four or five times a day. Just pour a few drops into the I I ... 1 I 1 .1.- : iiiwu ruuurr iijnuier itim ureuuit? u. It kills the germs; soothes the irri tation; heals the inflammation; stops hawking, spitting and snuffing. HYOMEI keeps the throat free from mucus and prevents crusts in nose. The complete HYOMEI outfit which includes the little indestructible hard rubber inhaler, a bottle of HYOMEI and simple instructions for use, costs $1.00. flail U IcW ' ..1 IIII i"1 PIS I A Well Appointed Kitchen. Is the right of every housekeeper. Men use labor saving devices in their occupations and women are entitled to the same consideration. Come and see our display of Housefumishing Goods and Household Hardware. There's many an article in it that will save you many a step and much work. Haynes-Grepry Hardware Co. Union City, Tenn.