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Real Estate Transfers.
Elders A. R. P. Church to I. J. Cook lot in No. 6, $30. E. F. Batts and wife to Allen Thomp J - i son and wife, lot in UnioQ City, $3,195 J. W. Akers to W. E. Douglass, 33 1 E acres in No. 5, $550. W. J. Erwin and wife to T. E Meadow, 66 acres in No. 3, $6,000. F. J. Smith, executor, to B. F. Brown 43 acres in No. 6, $1,425. fl B. F. Brown and wife to Jessie A Kirk, 51 acres in No. 6, $201.25. Mrs. Sue Kagsdale to Mrs. W. Massengill, Jr., lot in Union City, $50 Marion Cloys et al. to J. C. Carroll r jj ' Ii.n1il..nii.niir ... mi. i.ii n.i,i.l mtr im.jrwHr.ni ii n.,i. , ...iihim.. n ml fi , .,r . ...rii,.,, ...,,,.,..,,. ikiMK - , J lot in No. 6, $75. Cost and Worth It's not how much you pay for your clothes that determines their worth, but how much you get for what you pay. Here's a part of what you get in The Toggery Tailored Clothes: Absolutely pure woolens to start with. Distinctive weaves and pat terns. Garments measured, cut, draped and tailored for YOU alone not ready-made to fit any fellow about your" size. And, fur ther, you get a most pleasing and comfortable sense of satisfaction that can't be expressed in dollars and cents. If these items mean anything to you, we would like to take your order when you re ready. . Furnishings Shirts, collars, ties, sox, under shirts, underwear; in fact, every thing for the men. Shoes Ladies and gentlemen's. Give us a call. A pleasure to show our merchandise. R. L. Eoberts to Mrs. M. J. Gray 123 acres in No. 3, $1,600. Hugh McDonald, Jr., and wife to McDonald heirs, lot in No. 6, $100. Joel Errantou to Dave Lowe and wife lot in No. 16, $800." Alpha Terrell et al. to E. M. Pecples et al.. intereset in 70 acres in No. 16 $200. J. A. Coble et al. to Edith Page, lot in No. 5, $150. G. W. Worlev and wife to S. N Cummings, 351 acres in No. 2, $801. E. M. Whipple et al. to Jas. Mc Alister and wife, lot in Union City $2,100. Jas. McAlister and wife to E. M Whipple et al., 51 acres in, No. $2,500. Jas. Davis to J. W. Davis, 51 acres iu No. 7, $1,200. Jas. Davis to Mrs. Minnie Davis, 50 ecres in No. 7, $1,200. Jas. Davis to A. S. Davis, 54 acres in Nd. 7, $1,200. LOST. Light tan coat with braided collar and cuffs and a gold medal bear the name "Kyrus Freeman, S.A.A.D.' including date and the word "Improve' ment." On opposite side Mrs. J. C Bradford. Nashville, Tenn.," with date Lost on train No. 4 bound for Union City Sept. 24. Finder please address Miss Kyrus Freeman, Martin, Tenn. It WANTED. A good settled woman to do cooking and house work for small family. Good wages to the right party Call at store; 29-tf. Mrs. Phyl Hyman. It's too late to laugh at germs. That day has gone by and there is no medium more deadly than the common HUUoJ! FLY. DAHNKE S UKEAM JtJKJSAL is wrapped in GEEM-PEOOF WEAP- PEES. A Few Suggestions FOR BREAKTAST, DINNER AND SUPPER AT KIRKLAND'S BREAKFAST Hnr rakes and coffee MaDle svruD Grape Nuts Shreded wheat Corn flakes Oat meal All kinds toast Good hot coffee. DINNER T-bone steak and eggs 35c Plain steak and eggs 25c Oysters, special fry 25c Ham, bacon and cheese. 25c Try our oyster omelet SUPPER Roast pork sandwich and good coffee 15c Oyster stew 25c Pork chops and potatoes. 25c Calf liver and onions 25c Special hamburger & " 25c Lots of other things that are too numerous to mention. Speciol attention to each patron. KIRKLAND'S -Caterers to High-Class Trade LOANS on Improved Farm Lands I am now in position to make loans on improved farm lands in Obion County for a term of five years, interest payable semi annually, drawing interest at 5 per cent. Loans may be paid off in full or any part thereof at any interest-paying period. WYE. HUD6INS. Union City, Tenn. Office Plione 143, Residence 589 MONEY to Loan on farms El O-t ? ln? or J pvl wwa- short time. at A. J. STEPHENS Room 18 Nailling Bldg. Phones Office 520. Residence 189. Union City Your B Factions t Room Fuel Supplied Mad e Comfortable efre Cole's Hot Blast Heater maintains a continuous fire also a steady even heat. It will hold fire from Saturday night until Monday morning (48 hours) without attention. It will hold fire over night with less coal than any other stove. Open the drafts in the morning and the rooms are quickly heated with the fuel put in the night before. No other stove doeshis. Burns Soft Coal, Slack, Siftings, Hard Coal or Lignite. One ton of either kind of fuel goes further and gives you more comfort than two tons, using any other kind or make of stove. Your attention is called to the unparalleled statement made by the manufacturer of Cle Mot Blast Heating Stove "For several years we have authorized our Agents to sell Cole's Original Hot Blast Heater on the guarantee as follows: "1 A saving of one-third in fuel over any lower draft stove of the same size, with soft coal, slack or lignite. "2 That Cole's Hot Blast will use less hard coal for heating a given space than any base burner made with the same size fire pot. "3 That the rooms can be heated from one to two hours each morning with the soft coal or hard coal put in the stove the evening before. "4 That the stove will hold fire with soft coal from Saturday night until Monday morning. "5 A uniform heat day and night, with soft coal, bard coal or lignite. -'6 That every stove will remain absolutely air-tight as long as used. "7 That the feed-door is and will remain smoke and dust-proof. "8 That the Anti-Puffing Draft will prevent puffing. "All we ask is that the stove shall be operated according to directions and connected with a good flue. "(Signed) COLE MANUFACTURING CO., Not Inc." (Makers of the Original Patented Hot Blast Stove.) This remarkable guarantee from the makers of this stove should be of interest to you if you contemplate buying a heating stove. Years of use has proven that no heater at twice the price equals it for radiating heat, for holding fire,c requiring so little attention, never giving trouble, and cutting down your coal bill one-third to one-half. Come in and examine Cole's Original Hot Blast which is now imitated by nearly every other stove manufacturer. Price $12.00 and upward, according to size. No other Heater Nearly as Good. Nailling -Reiser Hardware Co. Union City, Tenn. I0ID-W pvc Original Patented Features Make It a Fuel Saver Hardware Millinery. Mr. Frank Wehman, of the Wehman hardware store in Union City, has in vaded the local millmery field. Mr. Wehman has half a dozen new sample hats in bis display window of the latest Parisian style and fancy. These hats are designed with tubs and buckets and trays, trimmed with spoons, salt cellars, ladels, rat traps, dusters, saws, files, curry combs, razors, and dozens of other things found in a general hardware store, and they have attracted scores of spectators. The prices range from $350 to $8,900,000, marked down for special sale. The display is novel, unique, something different, and that is the secret of advertising. It is a winner, and the head of the bouse is the artist. When the chest feels on fire and the throat burns, you have indigestion, and you need HERBINE to get rid of the isagreeable feeling. It drives out badly digested food, strengthens the stomach and purifies the bowels. Price 50c. Sold by Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store. Old Soldiers. A special coach loaded with Con federate Veterans left over the N., C. & St. L. Ry. Tuesday afternoon for Shel by ville to attend the State reunion which was held Wednesday. A large crowd attended and enjoyed the hospitality of the Middle Tennessee city to the fullest extent. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, u. We. the undersigned, have known F. I. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and finan cially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, O. Trail's Catarrh Cure in taken internally, actinff Sirectly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75c per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall s Family riui tor constipation. The Minstrels. The strictly all new feature attraction, J. A. Coburn's Greater Minstrels, will be seen at Reynolds Opera House to night (Friday) with an all new com pany, the latest songs, newest music, cleanest comedy and the best entertain ers he has ever carried. Everybody knows Manager Coburn, everybody has seen his big, rollicking, laughing show, his merry comedians, his excellent sing ers, and you know its good, clean, musi cal, enjoyable, and always returns big ger, better, and with new people and new features. Last season Mr. Charles Gano as the star comedian was featured as a clever performer. He was found to be the best that ever appeared with this popular company. Thousands laughed at his droll remarks, his songs, his fun, and his sketches. . His latest efforts, "Progressive Political Oratory" and "Managerial Difficulties," are one long laugh. He is ably seconded by Nicodemus Glynn, another new face, a new comedian with the company, but a droll, quaint, laughable, negro char acter artist, whose efforts will attest his capable qualities as a laugh getter. The singing and the singers are better than ever, new voices, new faces, the latest and best in music and song. Rummage Sale. The ladies of the Methodist Church Missionary Society ask The Commercial to announce a Rummage Sale to be held Oct. 11 and 12 in the new Morris block, near the church. A little later in the season they will hold a Christmas Bazaar and will an nounce the date in advance. Proceeds of both sales to be used in the erection of a new church building to be erected in the early spring. Farmers Institute. About fifty Obion County farmers went to Jackson Tuesday to attend the Institute in session in that city Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. New Meat Market. Jernigan & Stephens is the style of a new firm in Union City. They opened! Oct. 1 in the Morris block on East Mam street. They are hustlers and propose to conduct a first-class market. Chas. Williams Frank W. Adams CANNED GOODS and Pure Food Products GROCERIES Both Staple and Fancy MEAT MARKET The Best There is CAPITAL BLEND COFFEE Williams (Si Adams "WE DELIVER TOE GOODS" Phone 421 East Side Main Street 5 j r f t It I r r