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DR. E. M. LONG DENTIST Over White fit Burchard's Drug Store, Union City, Tenn. "Telephone OiTice 144-2, Redrnce 144-3 DR. E. M. LONQ DENTIST Over White & Burchard' Drvijr Store, Union City, Tenn. Telelphonea Office 144-2; Residence 144-3 11 11 rnioti City Commercial, estn jlished 1V) f co-.,.,:.., s-r,temKT 1 i97 WcatTenmratee Courirr, established 17 t -aiwoliUitl September i, lav UNION CITY, TENN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, '911. VOL. 20, NO. 36 wr.iwiiR.Tnm. V FNUTS - Sh H '.-- f i ' ' I li - . If you can make money for somebody elee, doesn't it stand to reason that you Would be better off by making it all for yourself? When it pays you to farm even though you divide your pro duce, won't it pay you still better when it is all yours ? We know it will and that we are safe in loaning you money to do so. Perhaps you know of a farm you would like to buy. If you do not, very likely we know of one. At any rate, we will be glad to discuss it fully with you. Old National Bank thon City, OOO o o Tl PIPE and CIGAR SALE At Oliver's cross Drug1 Store Next Monday, Nov. 27th 100 Pipes for $100,00 100 BOXES CIGARS FOR $100.00. A Dollar a Box Any and All! You have your choice Pipes or Cigars. 1000 votes on auto with each. v See the line up in our show window now! Sale begins at 10.00 a.m. Cigar FREE to each Customer.'' OLIVER'S & DRUG STORE FARM LOAN Si PER CENT-Ten Years Si PER CENT CAN MAKE PARTIAL PAYMENT AT ANY TIME AND STOP INTEREST. O. SPRADLIN The Texas Idea. "My first hotel job was in a Texas city," said a hotel clerk., "One morn ing a guest wuo keen celebrating unwisely the night before, swayed up to the-desk and asked for some in formation. His name was Col. Haw kins, and he was the soul of politeness under all circumstpnees. And this morning ho was looking worried. " 'Frank,' he whispered, 'my memory OFTODR:' - LABOR? X r ' -' 4b Tennessee Moil! $1.00 PER PIPE. THEY ALL GO I of last night, I regret to say, suh, is pretty hazy. Confidentially, now what did I do?' " 'Colonel,' said I, 'you got drunk and shot a man.' . " 'Anything else?' , "Gee, isn'Mhat about enough? " 'It's unfortunate, yes, suh. But I was afraid I had insulted somebody.' " Cleveland Pluin Dunkr. UNION CITY GROWS. A Report Telling of the Real Facts About Union City. Following is a report of the new build ings and improvements made by the contractors and builders in Union City from Dec. 1, 1910, to Dec. 1, 1911, one year. We are indebted to the enter Drisinz firm of T. L. Bransford & Soos for the report. These gentlemen have undertaken to give the entire list, but, like ail others, may have overlooked something. All of us make mistakes, Vid if any person has some new work made within the time mentioned that has not been reported please give it to Mr. Bransford or bring it to this office. We would like to have it. Tho list in cludes onlv such as have been begun since Dec. 1, 1910, and is as follows: RESIDENCES. Mrs. S. S. Alexander, new residence. Geo. Adams, new residence. Hiram Wilbanks, new residence. Mrs. S. J. Cannon, additions. Mrs. Geo. Web man, new residence Mrs. Nannie Beck, new residence. Dr. M. A. Blanton. additions. II. A. Beck, new residence. Daniel Boone, remodeling. J. .M. Brice, extensive additions. Bob Cloys, remodeling. Mrs. C. E. Cobb, new residence. J. A. Coble, new residence. Boone Coulter, moving houses. W. G. Clagett, additions. Chas. II. Cobb, additions. A. B. Campbell, additions. Geo. W. Carter, additions. J. E. Cloar, new residence. Mrs. Jones, remodeling. A. J. Corum, new residence. Seth Curlin, extensive additions. Fred Dahnke, extensive additions. Dahnke. Elam and Fardue, several houses. J. L. Fry, extensive additions. E. r. Grissom, new residence. .Ed Kirkland, three new residences. Mrs. It. Green, additions to two houses. Mrs. A. It. Henderson, additions. Mrs. Ed Ilawes, additions. ' 'A W. D. Harrison, new residence. II. B. Horner, several new houses. Hugh Harris, additions. Mrs. Hankard, remodeling. W. F. Hamilton, new residence. Moody & Tarks, remodeling. Evans Jackson, new residence. J. B. Kimzey, remodeling. G. R. Kenney, new residence. Thad Lee, new residence. Chas. Miles, new brick residence. Moody Mullins, additions. Mrs, A. B. Morgan, additions. Mrs. A. J. Murphy, additions. Dr. C. W. Miles, extensive additions. T. R. Massey, additions. I. P. Morris, new residence. J. L. Mosier, remodeling. J. C. McRee, remodeling. J. F. Howard, remodeling. A. C. Nute, new residence. Mrs. Noah, new boarding house. G. A. Nagle, new residence. Miss Lula Naylor, remodeling. Mr. Ong, new residence. Mrs. Pettus, additions. L. O. Park, remodeling. Wright Phebus, new residence. Mrs. GoePitzer, new residence. Dr. D. M. Pearce, additions. C. P. Patterson, new residence. Mrs. Fannie Reeves, additions. W. G. Reynolds, new residence. J. A. RagsuIe, new residence. C. L. RidingsTnew residence. J. C. Reynolds, new residence. H. A. Scates, remodeling. Ira Shelton, remodeling. Wm. Schmidt, remodeling. Ben Smoot, new residence. Thos. Southworth, remodeling. Dr. W. M. Turner, additions. Arthur Tittsworth, new residence. Mrs. Taylor, additions. ! Frank Wehman, additions. G. B. White, new residence. Mrs. Laura Wells, additions. W. L. White, two new residences. Verna White, new residence. ' Will Watts, remodeling. Will Walker remodeling. J. W. Woosley, additions. - W. E. Whitson, new residence. Homer While, new residence. F. S. White, new residence. BUSINESS HOUSES. John T. Walker, two, First street. Bransford & Andrews, extensive re modeling. Decoy ' Duck Co. , office and ware bouse. Dahnke-Walker Milling Co., office. Dahnke's Cafe, remodeling. J. A. Ragsdale, store. J. C. Reynolds, 10 new rooms to hotel. S. T. Wade, two, Washington avenue. IT. B. Horner, two, concrete. C. II. Cobb, thjree, concrete. G. W. Dodson, one, concrete. Carnegie Library. W. G. Reynolds abattoir. W. T. Whitson, mill. Pink Bennett, brick barn. Jess Rodgers, mule barn. COLORED. Austin Adkins, new residence. Burney Clark, new residence. Austin Marsh, new residence. Thos. Overby, new residence. Two tenant houses by H. A. Scates. Sam Wilson, new residence. Bos Crooms, new residence. Joe Nash, new residence. Eph White, new residence. Pete Wade, new residence. Conference Appointments. Bishop Candler late Monday afternoon announced the following conference ap pointments for the next ecclesiastical yar in the Memphis conference: MEMPHIS DISTRICT. W. G. Hefley, presiding elder. Bartlett Circuit B. T. Fuzzell. BuntynandSpringdale David Leith Colliorville Station G. II. Martin; L. T. Ward, supernumerary. Embury Circuit C. D. Hilliard. Germantown and Capleville P. A. Fowler. , LaGrange Circuit G. T, Feeples. Longstreet and Bethlehem J. A. Hassell. Macon Circuit S. B. Love. Memphis, Annesdale J. G.Williams Memphis, City Mission W. D. Sim mons. Memphis, First Church T. W. Lewis, Memphis, Galloway Memorial M, F. Leake. Memphis, Harris Memorial II. W, Brooks. Memphis, Lenox H. O. Hofstead. Memphis, Madison II eights J. T, Myers.' , "v v Memphis, Mississippi Boulevard Clean th Brooks. Memphis, Parkway Church C. L Smith. Memphis, Pennsylvania Street J. L. Hunter. Memphis, Pepper Memorial R. M. Vaughan. ! Memphis, Second Church R. A. Clark. Memphis, St. John's T. E. Sharp. Memphis, Washington Heights A. Gt5ell. Stevenson and Raines E.W. Crump. Millington and Bethel E. Ciunming. rrofe&sor in Vanderbilt University J. II. Stevenson. - JACKSON DISTRICT. ' II. B. Johnston, presiding elder. Bolivar Station A. C. McCorklo. Bemis Station S. M. Griffin. Bethany Circuit J. S. Carl. Denmark Circuit E. J. W. Peters. Henderson Station E. R. Overby. Hickory Valley Circuit To be sup plied by W. M. Holland. Jackson Circuit T. F. Cason. Jackson, Campbell Street J. V. Free man. Jackson, First Church J.L.Weber. Jackson, Haynes Avenue W. W, j D Sixty the Standard strength and mm Made from pure, grape cream of tartar, V free from phosphatic acids. Armstrong. Jackson, Middle Avenue W.E.Sewel Medoo Circuit C. C. Jordan, Malesus and Med on W. C. Barham Medina Circuit C. C. Newbill. Tinson Circuit W. T. Stubblefield. Saulsbury and Grand Junction J C. Cason. Somerville Station A. B. Jones. Whiteville and Mercer W.J. Carlton, Whiteville Circuit A. L. Dallas. Williston Circuit W. D. Dunn. Memphis Conference Female Insti tute S. A. Steel, president. PADUCAH DISTRICT. W. J. Mecoy, presiding elder. Arlington Circuit J. E. Jones. Bardwell Station W. F, Acuff ; E. B, Graham, supernumerary. Barlow Station R. B. Freeman. Benton and Hardin J. A. Patterson. Briensburg Circuit W. A. Baker. Clinton Circuit W. F: Barrier. Clinton Station S. L. Jewell. Kevil Circuit W. J. Naylor. La Center Circuit A. C. Moore. May field, First Church R. W. Hood Mayfield, Second Church and Spcnce E. W. Nelson. Lovelaceville Circuit J. T. Banks. Milburn Circuit V.D. Humphrey. Oak Level Circuit To be supplied by S. C. Evans. : It Faducah, Broadway W. D. Jenkins; P. H. Fields, supernumerary. Faducah, Fountain Avenue II. C. Johnson. Taducah, Third "Street A. M. West. Faducah, City Mission--J. A. 'Spcnce. Faducah Circuit II. B. Terry. Reidland Circuit To be supplied by T. N. McNitt. v Sedalia Circuit J. R. Womble. Spring Hill Circuit B. J. Russell. Wingo Circuit J. W. Hodges. UNION CITY DISTRICT. W. C. Waters, presiding elder, Cayce Circuit It. A. Wood. Columbus and Wickliffe L. H. Es tes, Jr. Crystal Circuit S. A. Martin. Dukedom Circuit To be supplied by W, N. Matheny. ' Dresden Circuit To be supplied by O. E. Riggs. Fulton Circuit R. II. Pigue. Fulton Station W. T. Boiling. Greenfield and Brocks E. II. Stewart. Hickman Station G. W. Wilson. Hornbeak Circuit T. E. Calhoun. Kenton and Rutherford E. Mathis. Martin Circuit T. F. Saunders. Martin Station A. J. Meaders; J. R. Bell, supernumerary. Moscow Circuit T. F. Maxedon. Obion and Rives T. J. Bagby. Ralston Circuit E. W. Williams. Sharon and Mount Vernon B. S. McLcmore. couth i? ulton Circuit I. J. bimmons. Troy Circuit T. T. Riddick. Union City Circuit J. G. Carman. Union City Station W. W. Adams. Water Valley Circuit II. G. Ryan. West Hickman Circuit To bo sup plied by O. II. Hardin, t HROWNBVIM.E DISTRICT. J. W. Blackard, presiding elder. Alamo Circuit T. N. Wilkes; R. W. Thompson, supernumerary. Arlington and Stanton R. B. Swift. Avondale Mission To be supplied by C. Wilson. m Bells and Gadsden -R. P. Duckworth. Years for purity, healthfulnesi alum and : ' 11 J Belmont Circuit M. N. Johnson.. Bolton Circuit A. W. Lassiter. -Bradford Circuit V. A. Dungan. Brazil Circuit J. M. Hamil. - -Brownsville Circuit G. W. Evans. Brownsville Station R. II. Mahou. Clopton Station J. B. Winsett. Daucyville Circuit II. A. Butts. Dyer Circuit T. H. Davis. Dyer Station R.L.Norman. Gideoii ana Oak Grove G. T. Sellers. Humboldt Station W. C. Sellars. Mason and Galloway J. B Pearson. Maury City Circuit W. S. Banks. Milan Circuit J. L. Weaver. Milan Station E. A. Tucker. Trenton Station J. W. Irion. Woodville Circuit T. E. Foust. DYERRHURG DISTRICT. W. A. Freeman, presiding elder. Booths Point Circuit J. D. Berkley. Covington Circuit J. W. Joyncr. Covington Station J. II. Roberta. Curve Circuit C. A. Coleman. Dyersburg Circuit J. J. Maynard. Dycrsburg Station E. B. Ramsey. Elbridgo Circuit W. II. Collins. -Fowlkes Circuit E. W. Maxedon. Friendship Circuit C. E. Norman. Halls Station T. G. Lowry. Henning Circuit R. W. Newsotne. Mack Circuit A. C. Douglas. .i Munsford Circuit J. M. Jenkins, Jr. Newborn Circuit W. P. Hamilton. Newborn Station S. F. Wynn. North Dyersburg Circuit W. F. Maxedon. Randolph Circuit U. S. McCaslin. Ridgcly Circuit W. 0. Stone. Ridgely Station J. T. Fizer. Ripley Circuit and Lauderdale Mis sion J. . Kensliaw; Ij. li. WaUswortn, junior preacher. Ripley Station J. J. Thomas. Tabernacle Circuit W. L. Drake. Tiptonville Circuit W. G. Nail. Tiptonville Station W. D. ricjvcns Trimble Circuit S. W. Peeples. Dyersburg District" High School G. B. Jackson, principal. I'AHIH DISTRICT. C. A. Wartcrfield, presiding elder. Atwood Circuit A. I). Maddox. Conyersvillo Circuit W. F. Burden. Cottage Grove Circuit J. B. Jenkins. Dresden Station It. C. Douglas. East Murray Circuit A. E, Wilson. East Taris Circuit To be supplied by J. A. Morgan. Farmington Circuit B. G. Lamb. Faxon Circuit VV. ,W. Henley. Gleason Circuit S. R. Hart. Hazel Circuit J. C. Rudd. Kirksey Circuit John E. James. Manley Circuit A. E. Doyle. McKenzio Circuit N. W. Lee. McKenzio Station J. M. Pickens. Murray Station W. A. Russell. Big Sandy Circuit H. P.( Lasley. Olive Circuit T. L. Fecry. Taris First Church J. W. Waters. West Murray Circuit J. G. Jones. West Taris Circuit W. T. Halley. West Paris and Palestine W. P. Trichord. Conference Missionary Secrotary W. A. Russell. LEXINGTON DISTRICT. L. D. Hamilton, presiding elder. Adamsvillc Circuit To be supplied by R. A. Morgan. Bath Springs Circuit To be supplied by O. II. Laferty. Beech Bluff Circuit To be supplied by I. N. Cobern. ' Bethel Springs Circuit II. L. Mc Camey. Camden Circuit Arch Robinson. Camde Station T, C. McKelvey. Cornesville Circuit To be supplied by J. W. Wallace. Decaturvllle Circuit F. 1). Jones. , Holiday Circuit To be supplied by A. G. Barnes. Hollow Rock Circuit R. S. Harrison. Huntingdon Yates Moore. Lexiugton Circuit-. A. Kelley. Lexington Station R. M. Walker. Saltillo Circuit To.be supplied by J. W. Carnall. Sardis Circuit J. A. Haglet. Scotts Hill Circuit W. S. Locknian, Selmer Circuit II. L. Johnson. Shiloh Circuit To bo supplied by J. B. Maxedon. Wildersville Circuit E. M. Petert. TRANSFERRED. To White River Conference A. II. Dulancy, F. L. V. Peeples, L. II. How ell and Samuel Yancey, To Central Texas Conference War ner Moore. , To Los Angeles Conference A. F. Stein. Call lf.0 ioi rt,l i.l I ' X I X .