We are only advertising at present a variety of sizes of farms and homes, and when in the market we. would appreciate a call
We can sell you anything from a cottage in the city to a 20,000 acre tract of virgin timber land.
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No. 105. Good 7-roora hruse, in good condition, on North
Third street. loti25X!2S feet, good shade, corner lot, big garden and some
fruit; for quick sale $t, 400.00, half cash, balance 12 months at 6 per cent.
No. 106. An elegant 7-room brick home with all modern
equipment, a beautiful large lawn with fine shade, concrete walk, lot 132X
3I3 feet, near public school, corner lot. one of the most desirable homes in
the city; $3, 800.00, $2,000.00 cash, balance terms.
No. 107. An elegant 8-room, 2-story house on Fifth and
Lee streets, electric lights and bath, large lot. new 30x40 barn and out build
ings; a real bargain at $2,900.00, one-third cash, balance easy terms; possess
ion at once if you buy now.
No. 108. A 5-room cottage on Cheatham street, in fair con
dition, lot 99x132 feet with plenty of out buildings; price
$900.00, half cash, balance 12 months at 6 per cent.
No. 109. A 3-room frame house in northern part of city,
in good repair, city water, corner lot; price $500.00, half cash
balance 8 months at 6 per cent.
No. 110. A beautiful 5-room cottage on North First st.,
corner lot 100x100 feet, house in fine condition, $1,800 cash.
No. in. A 2 story brick livery barn and contents, 60x100
feet; also 2story brick business house on south side, 24x100
Let, located on west side of First street; price $12,500.00,
half cash, balance 1, 2, 3 and 4 years at 6 per cent.
A few Par. m Bargains
No. 112. Nice 5-room suburban home with 5 acres of land, just out of the corporation,
city water, place is in good repair; price $r,Soo.oo, half cash, terms on balance.
No. 113. A 10-acre farm with good house and barn, under good fence, located at Gardner,
Tenn.; price $1,260; half cash cash, balance terms.
No. 114. One 100-acre farm 4 miles of Obion, Tenn., -'65 acres in cultivation, balance
deadened, under good wire fence, on public road, 2 houses and 2 barns; raised $ 1,000 worth
of cotton on 18 acres last 3'ear; price $3,500, $Soo cash, balance 10 years at 6 per cent.
No. 115. One 120-acre farm, 2 miles from Union City, all in cultivation but 15 acres, 2
good barns but house is not very good, a beautiful building site; can be bought in the next
30 days for $75.00 an acre, on reasonable terms.
No. 1 1 6. One 1,04 o-acre tract of land, in the Drainage District of Obion River, 125 acres
in cultivation, good house and barn, have refused $50 an acre for the cleared laud, 915 acres
in woods; can buy the whole tract at $20.00 an acre, on easy terms.
No. 117. One 93-acre farm, in 2 miles of Terrell, Tenn., 78 acres in cultivation, all up
land, 5-room frame house, good tobacco barn 40x40 feet and fairly good stock barn 30x40
feet, 15 acres in woods lot; price $75.00 an acre; can give possession if place is bought in
the next 60 days.
No. 1 18. 2 1 o-acre farm, located dx2 miles s.-w. of Martin, all in cultivation but 13 acres,
all in fair state of cultivation, 2 good barns; this farm is all up land and is a bargain at
$55.00 an acre, half cash, balance 1, 2, 3 and 4 years, at 6 per cent.
List your land with us and if the price is reasonable we can handle it for you.
FO R. E E R. & IF O R E
Room No. 7.
Union City, Tennessee.
Mrs. Clifford Jones Entertains.
The ladies of the First Christian
Church wore entertained in the home of
Mrs. Clifford Jones' Monday afternoon.
After devotional exercises, a most de
licious menu was beautifully served,
The Co-Workers Circle.
The members of the Co-Workers Cir
cle of the C. P. Church met at the home
of Mrs. E. O. Milliken on North Third
street Monday afternoon. These meet
ing are always pleasing, helpful and
New Church Member Entertained
Quite a unique entertainment was
given by the ladies of the First Christian
Church at the parsonage on the evening
of the 27th ult., complimentary to the
new church members.
Mrs. Chas. Hurchard surprised her
mother, Mrs. P. Y. White, by inviting
a number of Mrs. White's old-time
friends to enjoy an elaborate 6 o'clock
dinner Wednesday at 6 p. m. ,
It was stated in last week's of The
Commercial that Miss Bess Coleman had
returned to Maiden after a visit with
liomefolks here; but Miss Coleman was
met at Cairo, 111., and in the presence
of a few friends married to Mr. Loring
Cordry, formerly of Maiden, Mo., but
now in business at St. Louis. A letter
immediately followed this marriage to
Mis Coleman's mother, Mrs. Mollie
Coleman, announcing the fact. It was
known by the relatives that the marriage
would take place in March, therefore
came as a great surprise. Many friends
here congratulate Mr. Cordry in win
ning one of Obion County's fairest
Mrs. Kirkland Entertains.
Mrs. Ed Kirkland entertained last
Thursday afternoon in a very charm
in manner. The home was decorated
in holly. Miss Mary Tunu-r preteiiled
ifuh arrival with a carnation. Rook
was the party game and Miss Minnie
Pardue won first prize, a cut-glass bowl.
Miss Mayme Worley cut for the conso
lation and won a fern dish. The re-
' fresh menta were in two courses and
Mr and Mrs. Seid Waddell delight
fully entertained a large number of
their friends at their beautiful Lome
last Friday night, in honor of the Union
City dormitory boys. The colors, pur
ple and white, were carried out during
the features of the entire evening.
Many games were enjoyed, and the
contest was won by Miss Ruth Caldwell,
receiving the girl's prize.a box of candy,
and Mr. Ruby Smith the boy's prize,
also a box of candy. Delicious refresh
ments, consisting of cream and cake,
were served. The crowd left at a late
hour voting Mr. and Mrs. Waddell ideal
entertainers. The hospitality was en
joyed by Misses Margaret Whitson,
Dorothy Deck, Theresa A inn, Lorene
Waddell, Reba W rather, Jessie Ciibbs,
Virginia Swiggart, Ruth McDonnell,
Grace Caldwell, Stella Williams, Marie
Lockhnrt, Ruth Caldwell, Elaine Mitch
ell, Helen Verhine, Gladys Raymer.
Ruby Mayes, Olive Lane, Annie Lau
rie Caldweil, Clara Luten, Annie Lau
rie Griffin, Myra Nash, and Messrs.
Cocil Thomas, Wood Taylor, Grovcr
Wilson, Richard Honeycutt, Fred Key,
Darrah Waddell, Will Chism, Ruben
Smith, Earl Lancaster, Clifton Fields,
Pierce Caruthers, Joe Ruford, Joe
Mosely Scott, Ben Welch, Frank Key,
rratt Waddell, James Brice, Leslie
Johnson, Jack Williams, George Tin-
die. Dewitt Caruthers. A Gcest.
John Miles, of Kenton, and Miss An
na Willis were married in this city last
Saturday, II. S. Sacra, Esq., officiating.
The bride is a daughter of our fellow-
townsman, Geo. B. Willis, a worthy
young lady, and the friends extend
Mr. Elbert McCullough and Miss Al
ice Noah, of this city, were united in
marriage on the 2Cth ult., Rev. J. F.
Stuart officiating. The young lady is
a daughter of T. I Noah, and was for
some time w ith Mrs. Arnn in the mil
linery store, popularly esteemed by
numbers of friends, while the groom is
engaged with Mr. Craig in tailoring
and has numbers of friends. They are
the recipients of congratulations.
Mr. Wc be Hawes, of this city, and
Miss Nellie Beth Peacock were quietly
married yesterday morning at Obion.
The young lady is a popular Lake
County favorite and the young man is
popular in this city with numbers of
FOR SALE. My home, 516 East
Church street, house with 6 rooms, re
ception hall and hot and cold water at
tachments. Mks. A. C. Brows,
Union City, Tenn.
A call for 150 brings the coal wag.u.
Union City Ice & Coal Co.
The Obion County Medical Society
met last Monday afternoon at the Elks
Homo. The meeting was devoted princi
pally to the annual' election of officers.
Dr.' J. F. Darnell, of Obion, was elected
president; Dr. J. J. Wells, Glass, vice
president; Dr. D. JHTFather, secretary-'
treasurer; Dr. D. C. Maddox, censor.
Dr. Maddox was received as a member j
of the society at this meeting. No papers
were presented for discussion, and for
that reason the meeting was brief. A
program committee was appointed with
the names of Drs. Blanton, Tierce and
Matlock. The next meeting wdl be
held at Obion in April.
Rev. L. G. Landenberger, of St. Louis,
will begin a series of sermons on the
Tabernacle next Sunday morning, Feb.
5, in the New Church House of Worship.
The subject at 11 a. m. will be: The
Outer Court, the Holy Place, the Holy
of Holies; or tho three planes of the
nature of man of whom the structure is
a type." The second service will be
held at 3 p. m. and will be on "The
Lord's Providence over the passing away
of Children and the ministrations they
receive in the other life. " The Holy
Supper will be celebrated at the morning
meeting and all christians are invited to
unite with us in the service.
Nichols Plumbing Co.
The papers have been filed with Regis
ter Chapel for charter incorporating
the Nichols riumbing Co. A. B. Nich
ols is at the head of the concern and
the company will include tho names of
three others. The capital stock is $6,000,
with $5,000 paid up. The company
when organized will increase their stock
of supplies and enlarge their quarters.
Union City will probably need a great
deal of plumbing in a short time.
Cumberland Presbyterian Church
Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Preach
ing at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. At the
morning hour the subject will be "Eli
jah's Sinful Flight." The evening hour
will le a popular hour. Song service
will precede a twenty-minute sermon.
These songs will be old-time songs and
everyone will join in the service. All
will 1 cordially welcome.
J. II. ZwiXGLE, Pastor.
W. C. T. U. Program.
Scripture Lesson Psalms (0.
Business meeting. Topic "Our
Leaflets -"Sketch of Miss Williard,"
"The Flowers of Tempera nee Chivalry,"
Place of meeting; Residence of J. A.
Coble, College street, Feb. 2, 1911, at
2:30 p. m.
rp Are you paying too much for your Job Printing
How do you know? Ask The Commercial
&p Are you getting results from your advertising
The Commercial's books are open to advertisers
Beginning February 4, and Cotinuing Until We Move,
ABOUT MARCH 1ST. 1911.
During this time we will offer anything in our stock, except
' Diamonds and Watches, at
FOR CASH. We want to move as few goods as possible
and take this method to reduce our stock as low as possible.
We Also Have Some Special Bargains
. ' $4.00 Cut Glass Bowl... - $2-50
$1.00 Nappies -- - --- 75c
$8.00 China Chafing Dish - -... --$6.40.
$8.00 China Bowl...--..- $6.00
4.00 Plates- ..... ..--.- $3.00
and a great many other Special Bargains. Come early and
get the pick, as we will put in no new goods this month.
35raiif ord & Andrews
The Dependable Jewelers and Opticians
First .Street - Union City, Tenn.
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