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fat jA V lift . 'f iirrf We Are The Kahn Tailoring Company Here WE simply show you the samples, take your measure, learn your style preferences, make a note of the little oddities you want then we get in touch with the Kahn Tailoring Shops at Indianapolis. You get the style clothes you want, made from the fabric you want, in the way you want, but you also get absolute value value which cannot be com pared to that which you can secure for the same price in " pulled - from - the - pile " gar ments. Worth while looking into, isn't it? Kahn-Tailored Clothes $20 to $45 Branaford & Andrew old stand. J. W. Pardue E. K. White J. A. Prieto MR V t Kt S& S?f ! r. r. wj Executor's Land Sale. By virtue of the power and authority Vested in us as the executors of the will of Ashley Olive, deceased, we, S. F Howard and A. A. Vaughn, executors will sell to the highest and best bidde the following described real estate situ ated in the Seventh Civil District of Obion County, Tenn., about one and one-half miles west of Mount Telia Weakley County, Tenn., and about five and one-half miles southeast of Rives Tenn., and bounded and described as follows: THE FIRST TRACT. 1 Beginning at the southeast corner in the w. b. line of the old home tract of W. A. Caudle, deceased; running thence and white oak pointers; thenoe north 25 poles to a stake in the a. b. line of the old W. F. Callicott home tract, with two white oak pointers; thence east 160 poles to a stake with poplar and hpanish oak pointers; thence south 25 poles to the beginning, containing 25 acres more or lGSS, ' SECOND TRACT. Beginning at a white oak, the south east corner of the above described tract; runs thence west 150 poles to a poplar; thence south lOGi poles to a stake with black onk and poplar pointers; thence east 150 poles to a poplar; thence north 1061 poles to the beginning, containing 100 acres more or less. Both tracts will be sold as one tract contaniing 125 acres more or less. The above described tracts of land was the home place of Ashley Olive, deceased, about three-fourths of which is cleared and is splendid farming land, the balance has some splendid timber on it. It is situated in one of the best sections of Obion County, convenient to three or four churches and a good school, and will be sold on Mnnrlav. the 1 1 th dav of SeDtem- ber, 1911, at or about 2 o'clock p. m. in front of the Farmers Union Bank at Mount Pelia, Tenn. The terms of sale will be one-half cash and the balance due in 12 months with note bearing interest from date and a lein retained on the land to secure the payment of the same. This the 8th day of August, 1911. S. F. HOWARD, I A. A. VAUGHN, 21-4t Executors. Call 150 and get your coal and wood. Union City Ice & Coal Co. RIVES. We are having a rainy season in mid August. Walter CalJwell is visiting relatives in Memphis. Mr. Sherrill Clemmons has returned from Fulton. 31 r. ana .Mrs. ill carter were in town Tuesday shopping. The material for the iron bridges on the levee was unloaded here Tuesday. Mrs. Eliza Wallace is in Number Seven guest of Mrs. Lizzie Callicott. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Callicott and daughter are spending the week in New bcrn. Mr. Jitn Clemmons, Jr., of Fulton, was a recent guest of Mr. Sherrill Clem mons. . Mrs. J. W. Thorne aud Mi3s Thome were business visitors, Saturday, in Union City. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Shore and chil dren left Monday night for a few days stay in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stirling are just at home from a week's vacation with rela lives near Martin. Rev. E. P. Lindsay is at home from Cotton" Plant, Miss., and will fill his ap pointment here next Sabbath. Mr. Walter Slayden and little daugh ter, Madge, of WaVerly, were guests the past week of Mrs. W. G. Petty. Mr. Cothron Bonner and sister, Miss Aletha, are seeing the sights in St. Louis and incidentally attending to business Recent guests of Mrs. E. H. White were Mrs. Andrew Hurt and daughter, Miss Eloise, and Miss Myra Taylor, of Kenton. Mrs. Ora Pyles and daughter, Miss Eva, and Miss Lillian Clemmons are mid-week guests of Mrs. David Clem mons near Obion. Prof, and Mrs. S. B. Hays, of Obion, are now residents of our town. Are we ready to co-operate with Prof. Hays for full school in September? Mr. and Mrs. Will Moss, of near Ter rell, were in town Tuesday. Mrs. Moss is en route to Kenton to visit her i rother, Mr. Ernest Caudle. Mr. Chester Erwin, proprietor of the Virginia Hotel at Dyersburg, was up Monday for the meeting of the stock holders of the broom factory. The festive boards of Obion County, on Thanksgiving, last day of November, will be graced with locally raised hog and hominy and pumpkin pies. Whilo a large per cent of our resi dents are "as" local as a woodehuck" numerous others are abroad getting a needed rest before the busy season be gins. Tuesday evening, in the school audi torium, Miss Callie McLeskey, of Jack son, and daughter of the late Uncle Joe McLeskey, will give a recital. Usual admission will be charged. A large attendance is anticipated. We thought it all right to have 0. II Clemmons for a school director, but to ave him for road commissioner great. Mr. Clemmons has undertaken what heretofore has been considered an impossibility, to make us a road just out of Rives on the route to Troy along a branch which has so encroached upon le road that it is hard to tell during a rainy season which is which. Mr. Clemmons goes a step further than U Grant aud says he will build this stretch of road without reference to time required. wa NORTHSIDE. Oiircommunity was painfully shocked to hear of the di rath of Mr. Will Hubls Pearce and DeWitt Caruthers attended the picnic at Martin given by the Metho dist Sunday school. The farmers are xleased. The heavy rains will save the late crops of hay, com and potatoes. Col. R. P. Whttestll was the lucky fisherman last week, lie caught a fine cat fish which weighed thirty pounds. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Carter entertained the young folks w ith a party Tuesday night in honor of Miss Irene Carter, of Faducah. After a pleasant visit to relatives and friends north of town Mrs. Slaughter Long left for her home in Memphis via Fulton to visit her mother and other friends. The followiug guests wereeutertained at the home of W. S. Long last Friday Elder Slaughter Long and wife, of Mem phis, Wilson Sharp, of Obion, Dr. and Mrs. E. M. Long and Miss Lola Harper Mr. and Mrs. James Caruthers attend ed the funeral of Mrs. Amanda Mc jiurry at mount iion, who died on Monday last after a long and painful illness. She was a good woman . and leaves many relatives and friends to mourn their loss. Communications of recent date re port the death of the little daughter of Mr; and Mrs. Bernice Callicott, of Pres cott, Ark. Many readers of this paper remember Bernice, an old Tleasant Hill boy. We, with others, sympathize deeply with the fond parents in the loss of their only child, which was a bright, intelligent child, the apple ot the eye Lady Reader. TODAY PPORTUMITY Ifl.C!rCS SEtt Your Doop YOUNG MAN, YOUNG WOMAN HERE'S THE OPPORTUNITY TO BETTER YOUR CONDITION Keep Your Money at Home M AO C WITH A PCN DRAUG NEWS NOTES. Encouraged by the successful trial of postal savings systems in the postoftices of big cities, Postmaster General Hitch cock has designated as depositories De troit, Pittsburg, Buffalo, San Francisco. Cincinnati, Kansas City, Seattle, Indian apolis, Denver and Portland, Ore. In the United States District Court at Buffalo, Judge Hazel decided that the Standard Oil Company must stand trial on 143 counts charging acceptance of rebates from railroads on oil shipments. The members of the Grand Army of the Republic will be invited to attend the first national reunion of the "Blue and the Gray" to be held in Memphis September 27. CRITTENDON GROVE. R. W. Barbee, of Martin, was in our midst bunday. W. J. Wagster was in Martin Thurs day on business. Clarence Abington and wife spent one ight last week with relatives in Mount Pelia. Will Coley and family spent Saturday ight with C. D. Stirling and family in Rives. , . Mrs. Buck Roberts, of Sharon, spent part of last week with her sister, Mrs. John Tenn. Mr, and Mrs. Malcolm Callis, of Num ber Four, spent Saturday night in the home of Mr. aud Mrs. Jack Wagster. Miss Gertrude Mays, who is teaching school at the Tenn schoolhouse, spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents at Walnut Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Orrell, after a isit to relatives at this place for several eeks, have returned to their home at Fort Worth, Texas. Jerusha. W. E. WALTERS Proprietor of the Rod Star Drug Store Corner of Main and Division Sts., I has secured the services of Mr. Lawson W. Faxon of Hopkinsville, Ky., as Pharmacist. Mr, Faxon is a graduate in Pharmacy and registered in Tennessee, Kentucky an Illinois. He comes highly recommends and has had 12 or 15 years experience as Prescriptionist with some of the largest drug stores in Kentucky. A .1 1 .1 l 1 rtnytnmg you need in tne drug line telephone and let us fill your order. We will appreciate it. r ... ii i i our prescription will be accu rately and carefully filled at the Red Star Drug Store by a Graduate in Pharmacy Main Street Selephone 600 A LINK OF THE WORLD'S FAMOUS CHAIN OF BUSINESS COLLEGES VIiLfL OPE! A Short Term School at Union City, Tenn. About the First of Septemb Provided Thirty-five citizens agree to purchase THIRTY-FIVE in this School. This is YOUR OPPORTUNITY to get a of the Draughon kind right at home, without expense foi There will be Morning, Afternoon and Night Sessions o City College. A student who purchases a Scholarship 1 attending any or all of these sessions. $10.00 Discount to the First Thirty-Five who enroll FOR TERMS AND FULL PARTICULARS ADDRESS A. M. rouse. Manager DRAUGHON'S PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE PADUCAH, KENTUCKY Scholarship. W fffi A usiness Education ff vm At ft S ioard or traveling. pj JjT qfw f f J? Draughon'. Union HoL.Vr f- jr the privilege of cPr J o1 If you are a West Tennessee teacher and expect to attend the West Tennessee State Normal School when it opens, you should by all means enter Dickson Col lege Aug. 31, 1911. No other school school can zive you the same advantages. Write for catalogue and send the names and addresses of your friends. Address T. B. Loggins, Dickson. Tenn. 21-3t Warnings, Hints Reminders, on a Burning Subject ! Do it now! Leave a trial order with us or one or more tons or our popular grades of coal. They have pleased others; they will 1 K "11 please you. test win prove them best ' r ' BON AIR COAL The Kind We Deliver Union City Ice & Goal Go. Telephone ISO STANLEYS CHAPEL. Mr. Dick Walker and mother have returned from Missouri. Mr. Clint Davis, of Lake County, is visiting relatives here. Messrs. Jim Carter and Dee Caudle Sundayed in Mount Felia. Mrs. O. P. Smith Sundayed with her sister, Mrs. Minnio Stanley. Rev. Lambkins will begin his meet ing here next Sunday. All invited to attend. Mr. Odie Davidson, of Tiptonville, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Luther Chapman this week. Mrs. Ben Morris, of Terrell, was the week-end guest of her mother, Mrs. Stevens Board. Mr. Ervin Stovall, of Crockett, at tended the singing at Stanleys Chapel Saturday night. Bio. George Smith, of Crittendon Greve, Sundayed with his daughter, Mrs. Will Harris. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Harris and daugh ter, Miss Ollie, Sundayed with Mr. Cal vin Griffin and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Will Fruett spent Sat urday night and Sunday with Mrs. Pru ett's mother, Mrs. John White. M rs. Lawrence Uastleman. or near Mount Pelia, spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. J, B. Carter. Bi.ondie. I (fbrbl what you can get Ly calling the union city feed store Telephone 587 Hen Feed Cotton Seed Meal Stock Remedies Chick Feed Clover Hay All kinds Fertilizers Dairy Feed Alfalfa Hay Lime I Horse Feed Timothy Hay Cement Wheat Straw Sand Bran Beef Scraps Concrete Blocks Corn , Oyster Shells Kaffir Corn Chops Small Grits Sunflower Seed White Oats Poultry Remedies Creoleum Corn Meal Burt Oats Lice Killer Sprays Prices... ...Right HARRIS, McADOO & CO. IS BETHEL. Theron Dyer was in Troy Saturday. Mrs. Brown, of Troy, is visiting rela tives here this week. Miss Lola Bee Dickey, of Troy, visiting relatives here. Mr. Jim Sanders and sister visited Troy friends Saturday. Mr. Purk Brown drove a fine lot of hogs to market Friday. Mr. John Flowers and J. C. Sanders visited Protemus Saturday. The protracted meeting began here Sunday with a large attendance. Mr. and Mrs. John Haynie and little daughter were in Union City Friday. Misses Ivy and Dee Hickman, of Pro temus, attended church here Sunday. Mr. Jim Kersey and family, of San ders Chapel, attended church here Sun day. Mr. Fosset and family, of Kenton, visited the home of Mr. Ozrose Prim rose and family this week. Mr. Wash Calhoun and wife, of Tal- ley's, visited their daughter, Mrs. Frank Brown, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Brown and little son visited Mrs. .brown s uncle. Mr. Ross, near Fremont this week. Mr.' J. Perryman and wife and little son, of Kenton, visited tneir parents, Mr, and Mrs. Ozrose Primrose, this week. Mr. Primrose and family and a large number of their friends and relatives from Kenton spent a day at the lake this week. Trixir. Dickson College, Dickson, Tenn. T. B. WIGGINS, A. M.. President. The school for your dauxhter. The very best possible enre ofVirls. Rntes nlxjul :,lf ami advantages about double the average school for girls. Out door sport. Send u your daugh ter and we will return her to you stronger in body and mind. Splendid literary course for girls. Music under a German instructor. Expression and Commercial advantages superior. Twenty-seventh year opens Aug. 31. For free catalogues, address T. B. LOGGINS, Dickson, Tenn.. THE BUYERS' GUIDE AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY PROFESSIONAL CARDS LIVERY REECE ALEXANDER ...Liveryman... ........ ....Swell Single Rigs Prices Reasonable Telephone 311 Opposite operahouse Office of Dr. A. C. Mlsner, Veterinary Surgeon ELECTRICIANS Harrison Electric Co. Headquarters for Everything in the Electric Way Telephone 277 Harrison Electric Co. 3APER, PAINTING R. E. CRAIG nterior Decorating and House Painting Wallpaper and Room Moulding just Received Rear of City Recorder's PhflRft 4R9 office-First Street rHOflB n PHYSICIANS DR.-W. A. NAILLJNG PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office Hours: 8:30 to 9:30 a. m. 2 to 4 p. m. EYE, EAR NOSE AND THROAT. Modern Electrical Treatment. Office Phone 100. Nailling Building: U. C. BURDICK Wholesale and Retail Reelfoot Lake and Mississippi River FisK Game Oysters in Season. Same old stand, near the ice factory. 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. FOR A- VETERINARIAN CALL 311 DR. A. C. MiSNER Office at Reece Alexander 8 Stable. Union City.