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Mr. W. -P. Williams
Has moved his Feed and Seed business to our store
and now has on hand a full and complete line of
everything usually carried in this line, such as
Corn, Oats, Chops, Hay, Bran, Etc. ' .
' Field Seed-Rye, Millet, Clover.
Get prices before you buy seeds, and ask about the
market before you sell your Chickens, Turkeys and
Telephone 7 and 14
Hardy. Glass
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D. D. Kirk is visiting friends and
relatives at Ilolliday, Tenn.
Dr. Nichols' wife, ofCrutchfield, Ky.,
is visiting in this community.
The cotton and corn crops are fine,
being the best for several years.
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Kirk's infant son,
Carroll, is very ill at this writing.
Mr. . Russell Pearson and family, of
Missouri, are visiting friends and rela
tives here.
, Rattle snakes seems to be plentiful
this year, several large oneshaving been
killed in the neighborhood.
I. J, Howard, the popular candidate
for Tax Assessor, was in this community
Friday mingling with the voters.
Mr. and Mrs. Green Baker and daugh
ter returned to their home at Sugar Tree,
Term., Saturday aftor a brief visit to
relatives and friends in this community.
Crescent has loaned Clayton Prof. N.
M. Stiglcr as teacher this week in the
absence of his brother, Rev. II. VV.
Stigler, who is in a revival meeting near
IV. T. Vaught and family, VV. V.
Hamblen and family, F. M. Pinion and
family and Mr. Luther Wilson and
family spent Friday and Saturday at
Shaw's Park on Reelfoot Lake.
Every effort possible isbeing made to
have the Union City and Lake road
come this way. The farmers have given
the right-of-way and have promised to
be very liberal with their money.
. Tansy.
Mrs. Mary Sloan is improving.
Mrs. Kate Sims is improving slowly.
Several of our citizens are on the lake.
Mr. Ed Osborne is teaching near the
Mr. Clyde Joyner was in Rives Wed
Mrs. Julian and her dog captured a
ground hog last week.
Miss Eunice Erwin is visiting relatives I Society for women.
ana menus near jHayheld. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Flack and chil-
Mrs. Mary Joyner, of Houser Valley, dren, of Crockett, are visiting relatives
Miss Birdie Boldcn, of near Fulton,
is the guest of Miss Etta Batts.
Mrs.' Dolby and son, of Heath, are
visiting relatives and friends here.
Mrs. Tom Flack will leave in t. few
days for her home in Dallas, Tex,
Miss Pauline Thorn, of Rives, is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Ollie Tenn.
Misses Talley, of Memphis, are the
visitors of 3Ir. and Mrs. Bill Walker.
Mr. Ed Houser and family, of Rives,
were guests Sunday of Mr. W. B. Moss
and family. -
The series of meetings at Crittendon
Grove this week are being attended by
large audiences.
Miss Bernice Shiprr was the guest of
Miss Cammie Jones near Jordan the
first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Orrel, after a few
weeks visit here, left Monday for their
home in Fort Worth, Tex.
Misses Stewart, of Martin, and Miss
Blake, of Paris, were the guests of Miss
Cecil Olive the first of the week.
Mrs. II. C. Nourse and sister, Swan
Thompson, of Columbus, Ky., are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Shipp.
The series of meetings to be held by
Elder John R. Williams at Berea will
begin the fourth Sunday in this month
Mrs. W. B. Moss and two sons, Ches
ter and J. B., left Tuesday for a short
visit to Trenton, where Mrs. Moss will
visit her brother, Mr. J. E. Caudle.
Mr. W. N. Estes, of Martin, is visit
ing here.
Miss Metta Frost is the week-end guest
of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Douglas
Mr. II. L. Curlin has been very sick
with typhoid fever but is better now.
Miss Marguerite Porter, of Union City,
has been visiting Miss Mary Prather.
mm iaa rsennett, 01 Martin, is nore JNUllUE. 1 nave in my possession
trying to organize a Baptist Missionary a larSe red sow, weighing about 250 lbs.,
lias oeen in my nela about
Evidently a stray
midst of the Sahara desert
would be no greater phenomenon
than a single cotton thread in
our assortment of Michael Stern
& Co.'s Clothes.
We could sell clothes that cost
us less. But we couldn't build a
good reputation that way.
We must sell you clothes that will wear, hold
their shape, always look well. They must be made
right, from absolutely all-wool fabrics.
We are receiving
our Fall Suits daily.
Let us show you be
fore you buy.
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fore you buy. ' f ShU
Need an auctioneer? I have a license
and can sell the goods.
22-tf J. G. Saunders.
FOR RENT Six-room house on
North Third street with water and light.
Apply (22-tf) Luther Park.
two weeks.
Jasper Steward.
loft Wednesday to visit Memphis.
Mrs. L. A. Joyner's visitor last week
was Mrs. Lillian Dyer, of Beech.
Mr. Win. Latimer and daughter, Miss
Mary, visited the home of Mr. Henry
Latimer last Sunday.
Lime all next week 65c per barrel.
Harris, McAdoo & Co. Phone 587.
and friends at Woodland. '
Misses Josephine and Lellie Fenick,
of Martin, have been visiting relatives
and friends here this week.
The meeting closed here with the sav
ing of thirteen souls. Everybody seemed
to enjoy Rev. Penick's sermons, and
they reached the sinners.
Ram Lambs,
Jersey heifers,
Fresh cows,
For sale by
W. M. Warterfield,
Telephone 259.
days in Union City.
Born to Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Williams
Division Street.
One by one the streets begin show a
chango in appearance. W. D. Harri
son is this week having one of theshan
ties between Grove and College streets Iast Saturday, a boy.
moved back to the rear and will begin The Protracted meeting begins at
soon the erection of a new cottage there. Antlocn next Sunday ,
On Division streotMrs. A. J, Murphy Elder Slaughter Long is conducting a
has been making some improvements in I meeting here this week.
her homo with the addition of new Mr. and Mrs. Sebert Edwards visited
rooms and porches and on the rear of relatives jn Hickman Sunday.
the lot a small cottage. The improve- Junius Caldwell, of Obion, is visiting
ments have added considerably to the his mother, Mrs. Gracy Caldwell.
Death of Mrs. McMurry.
Mrs. Amanda McMurry, wife of M
P. McMurry, died at home near Mount
Zion on Monday. Aug. 14. at 12:35.
Mrs. Alice Tooms is spending several I after an illness of cancer of the stomach,
value of the property.
Long Distance Telephone
Several from here are spending the
week on the lake enjoying tfie nice rain
and mud.
Mr. Marcus Glover and family, of
Woodland, visited Mr. and Mrs. Forest
Cloar Sunday.
Mrs. Ruth Whipple, of Union City,
visited her mother, Mrs. Ruth Caldwell,
Saturday night.
with which she was afflicted for eighteen
Mrs. McMurry was 47 years of ago
March 10, 1911, and was born and
reared in the county near Glass, the
daughter of Joseph and Frances Miller.
She was united in marriage to Mr. Mc
Murry in 1893. One daughter, Miss
Rachel, and a stepdaughter, Mrs. Nan
nie Browder, survive with the husband
an irreparable loss. Mrs. McMurry
leaves also four sister, Miss Miller, who
was present during the hours of patient
illness, Mrs. Same Collins, of Merrilt,
Texas; Mrs. Belle Wilson, of Elbridge,
and Mrs. Jennie Everett, of Obion.
Tho wife of a Confederate veteran,
Mrs. McMurry was always interested in
the reunions and attended many Of the
annual meetings, looking after the com
fort and pleasure of the old soldiers as
Charlie Cloar and family were guests only a good woman can. In respect to
of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cloar in Union her memory the following nail bearers
bore the coffin to the grave:
A. L. Brevard, F. M. McRee, R. W
Non-Resident Notice.
Malissa McDonald vs. W. H. McDonald.
Pending in the Circuit Court of Obion
County, lennesseo.
In this cause it appearing from the
bill, which is sworn to, that the defend
ant, W. II. McDonald, is anon-resident
of the State of Tennessee, so that the
ordinary process of law cannot be served
upon him. He is therefore notified and
required to appear at said court on the
First Monday in September, 1911,
and make defense to the bill filed against
him for divorce, in said court, in this
cause or the samo will bo taken for con
fessed. And it is ordered that this publication
be mad for four consecutive weeks in
Tho Commercial, a newspaper published
at Union City, Tenn.
This August 3, 1911.
20-4t H. M. Golden, Clerk.
Waddell k Waddell, Spls. for Com
plainant. '
FOR SALE A nice5-room house on
lot 70x150 feet with good bam and out
buildings, also one vacant lot 125x150
feet. Will sell together or separate.
See O. S. White. . 19tf
P. D.Q.
'We kindly ask the public to take
notice that we have gone into the trans
fer business and will bo prepared at all
times to give you prompt service. Call
phone 587 when you want service right
now, THE P. I). Q. CO.
C. B. Hughes.
My home of 33 acres: running water
year round; abundance of shade; young
orchard started; $300 will finish house;
plenty of outbuildings; no bettor neigh
borhood in town. Size and location con
sidered, it is the cheapest piece of prop
erty on Union City market to-day.
'-4t M. R. Powell.
(Set! Wei
If you are sick, you wish to get well, don't yout
Of course you do. You wish to be rid of the pain and
misery, and be happy again.
If your illness is caused by female trouble, you
can quickly get the right remedy to get well. Its
Cardui. This great medicine, for women, has re
lieved or cured thousands of ladies, suffering like
you from some female trouble. -
For Women's Ills
J S3
City Saturday night,
Mrs. Anna Hudson, of Union City,
has bought the Ed Roberts farm and
will move here in the fall.
Ed Douglass, a soldier from the rhilip
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pine isianus, is nere on a visit to ins
mother, Mrs. Jim Abernathy.
Mrs. Leone Sturgis and sister, Miss
Eflie Wilson, of New Madrid, Mo., are
here visiting their sister, Mrs. Will Cald
John Rati iff and wife and Mr. and
Mrs. George Ratliff. of Clarksdale.
; Mrs. Fannie Ellis, "of Foster, Ark., suffered agony for seven
years. Read her letter about Cardui. She writes: "I was sick for
6even years with female trouble. Every month I would very nearly
die with my head and back. I took 12 bottles of Cardui and was
cured. Cardui is a God-send to suffering women." Try it
Powell, W. B. Stovall, J. R. Hughes
J. L. Cochran.
Mrs. McMurry embraced the Christian
faith at an early age of womanhood and
lived close to her religion, attentive at
worship and constant in duty. She was
a good woman, blessed with Christian
environments, and, reared under these
influences, grew in the graces which
adorned her character and sanctified her
home. Mrs. McMurry was pleasant
kind-uearted, sympathetic, a useful
Miss., came home last week to visit member of the church, a valued neigh-
nOmelOlKS. Minr WntH n, Ur r,, ,.!
I va t w j v i iiumg auu itkiuiiy ,
Mrs. S. A. Brown, of Union City, and attached to her friends and esteemed by
granddaughter, Miss Aileen Taylor, of the entire community. Tender lingers
Denver, Colo., are visiting Fremont and the memory and sweet its blessing.
Protemus relatives this week. Services were held Tuesday afternoon at
Miss Willie Park, who has been here Mount Zion where she worshiped, con-
on a visit from East Prairie, Mo., where duby tho pastor, Rev. G. J. Car
she was head trimmer in the Gnrxlnn an, and assisted by Rev. Pickens. The
millinery store, left the first of the week
for St. Louis to study the fall styles.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to express our sincere thanks
and appreciation to our neighbors and
friends for their many acts of love and
kindness shown us during the. illness of
our wire ana mottier. .May Uod bless
and be with every oae, ,a
M. P. McMurry ani5 Family.
Big Muddy washed nut coal is best for
cooking. At Union City Ice & Coal Co.
remains were interred at Mount Zion
Mr. Cheatham Withdraws.
Mr. Pud Cheatham authorizes The
Commercial to announce his withdrawal
from the race for Coun ty Trustee. Mr.
Cheatham states in explanation that his
other duties prevent him from giving
the proper time and attention to the
race.- He tenders his appreciation to
the many friends who have enlisted in
his support and leaves the field to his
opponeut with the kindest feelings.
Farm for Sale.
Fine farm, consisting of 117 acres,
two miles northwest of Jordan, 100 acres
in cultivation, well improved with resi
dence and outhouses, good water and
everything first-class in every respect.
For terms and particulars address W.
C. Sowell, Hickman, Ky., R. F. D.
No. 3. 19-tf
My residence at No. 416 South Fifth
street is offered for sale, to be sold at
once if sold at all. This is the rarest
opportunity of all for parties wanting
a good home. Sifiiated in the choicest
residence section of Union City, five
blocks from the business section. It has
nine rooms, including largo bath room;
two-story. All in first-class condition.
Servant's house, wood and coal house,
electric lights. One of the best built
houses in Union City. If interested
see nie at once.
22-2t W. G. Reynolds.
To Roy Lynch.
Annie Lynch ) In the Circuit Court
vs. of Obion County, Ten
Roy Lynch. 5 nessee.
In this cause it appearing from tho
bill or petition, which is sworn to, that
Roy Lynch, the defendant, is a non
resident of the State, he is therefore
hereby required to appear on or before
First Monday of September next,
before the Circuit Court of Obion Coun
ty, Tennessclj, at Union City, and make
defense to the bill or petition filed against
him for divorce in said court by Annie
Lynch, or otherwiso the bill or petition
will be taken for confessed, and tho
cause set for hearing ex parte.
It is further ordered that this notice
be published for four consecutive weeks
in The Commercial.
This 2d day of August, 1911.
20-4t Circuit Court Clerk.
W. M. Mii.ks. Attorney for Comnl't.
Non-Resident Notice.
Ada Dunlap
John Dunlap
In this cause it appearing from tho
bill, which is sworn to, that the defend
ant, John Dunlap, is a non-resident of
the btate of Tcunessee, so that the ordi
nary process of law cannot be served up
on him. He is therefore required to
appear before the Judge of the Circuit
Court of Obion County, Tennessee, at
the courthouse in Union City, Tenn.,
on the
First Monday in September, 1911,
it being the first day of the September,
1911, term of said court, and make de
fense to said bill filed against him in said
court by Ada Dunlap, or otherwise the
bill, will be taken for confessed as to him
and the case set for hearing ex parte.
It is further ordered that this notice
be published for four consecutive weeks
in The Commercial, a weekly newspa
per published in Union City, Tenn.
This July 23, 1911.
20-4t H. M. Golden, Clerk.
By T. L. Lancaster, D. C.
II. T. Smith, Atty. Pltf.
Petition for divorce.
I offer my farm of 184 acres for salo,
to be sold within the next few days if
sold at all, to accept another business
proposition. This farm lies four miles
north of Union City and one mile south
of Jordan, Ky.; all level, rich land, but
does not overflow. Has six fields con
venient to woods lot and water; six-room
residence, water works, barn, wheat
house and other out houses; 160 acres
m cultivation. Can make load every
hour to market. Terms reasonable.
An opportunity seldom found to get a
farm like this. Would accept small
farm in part pay. Will sell about 12,500
worth of products from this farm this
year, tor further information, see
2i-2t W. G Reynolds.
New Recleaned Winter
Rye for sale.--R. F. Tis-
daje & Son. Phone 33.
To W. C. Holman, E. N. Henning,
Susie Megil and J. E. Coyle:
Tun State oif Tennessee, Etc., vs.
George Willis Et Al Chancery
Court, Ohio County, Tennessee.
Iu this cause it appearine from the
bill, which is sworn to, that tho resi
dences of W. C. Holman. E. N. Hen
ning, Susie Megil and J. E. Covlo are
unknown, so that the ordinary process
of law cannot be served upon them,
and who are believed to be non-resi
dents of Tennessee. It is therefore
herebT ordered that the said defend
ants, W. C. Holman, E. N. Henninff.
Susie Megil and J. E. Coyle appear be
fore the Chancery Court of Obiou
County, Tenn., on or before the
1911, that being the first day of the
regular October term of said court, and
make defense to the said bill or the
same will be taken for confused by
them and the said cause set for hearing
ex parte as to them. It is further or
dered that publication of this notice be
made for four consecutive weeks in Tim
Commercial, a weekly newspaper pub
lished in Obion County, Tenn.
Tins August 8th, 1911.
G. A. GIBBS, Clerk and Master.
By Georgb A. Grmm, Jr., D. C. & M.
A. 1 hipple, Sol. for Compl't.
FOR SALE- Fine business hit in
Union City. 25x125, adjoining Brack iu
Hotel, one-half interest in brick wall
Cheap to oarly buyer, $150.
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