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, J t7 tyill Agree V FUBL'IGMLE or Inside Residence Property in Union City -." i .... - " ' For the reason that I must return to my home in the country, I will offer for sale and sell at my home in Union City, Tenn., on SATURDAY; NOV. 30, 1912 at 2 o'clock p. m., one-fourth for cash, the balance in three equal payments, with interest from date, on a credit of six, twelve and "eighteen months, without other security than a lien upon the . property sold, with the transfer of the insurance policy on the residence to secure the payments, the; following real estate, to wit; . - I My residence located on a lot of Jand fronting 89 feet by 1 27 feet back, consisting of seven rooms, with bath in'the house, electric lights, etc. I built the house for a permanent home for myself about three years ago. It is well built, of good material, located on one of the best streets iri Union City, between the Methodist Church and the Public School buildings, with no undesirable surroundings whatever. I will also sell two other lots on the same terms, connected Prc with and a part of the same property one lot 50 feet by 127 ,lC feet and the other 75 -feet by 1 49 feet. I will sell this property separately as above set out and then sell it altogether. The sale bringing the most money will be conhrmed and accepted. I his property will be sold on terms stated above to the highest and best bidder. There will be no ' by-bidders or withdrawals. ; l am advised and believe for' the average buyer this is the most desirable property in Union City and remember it wil be sold. Respectfully, G. W. STOVAlXi W5 Offer wider range ofjiats for men than ie usually expects to find even in the largest stores. WE FEATURE THE STETSON HAT STETSON'S is the most complete he.' making organization, as well aa the mcfct famous. Every step in the intricate process of making felt hats is done wholly in the STETSON factory. Direct supervision results in the unexcelled high quality of STETSON Hats. Our new Fall Hats are now on display. Up-to-Date Furnishings for Men Our Specialty Kenreigh Slip-on Clothes, Overcoats, Made-to-Measure Trunks, Suit Cases and Bags. Shoes for everybody." j Give us a call. Always glad to see you. J. w. Pardue N. F. J. A. Prieto Joyner OBION. Sheriff J. E. Finch attended to busi ness here Saturday. v Miss Eddie V. Fowlkes visited friends in Newborn last week. F. C. Redditt and wife' spent Sunday with relatives at Troy. Mrs. T. J. Amis visited in Union City Saturday and Sunday. VV. A. Forester, of Union City, visited in the city Sunday and Monday. O. H. Lovell and family, of Nashville, visited relatives here the first of the week. K. Wf Mahon and wife spent Sunday with N. M. Farrior and family near Troy. ; . T, T.? Paschall, of Fulton, was the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Gordon Baird, Sunday. Nick Payton and wife, of near town are the parents of a boy baby, which was born Sunday. Misses Hazel Holloway and Louise Sharp";" visited- friends and relatives Union City this week. Mrs. G. L. Landers and nephew, M J." Landers, of Jackson, visited relatives here last and this week. siding Elder W. E. Waters deliv ered a fine sermon at the Methodist Church here Sunday night. L. G. Moffatt and wife are attendine the big sale of the wholesale dry goods merchants at St. Louis this week. Mrs. A. E. Flowers has returned to her home in Kenton after a month's visit to her daughter, Mrs. G. V. Eeed. T. M. Darnall and wife have returned to their home in Corinth, Miss., after a month's visit at the home of their son, Dr. Jas. F. Darnall. B. F. Higgs, of Martin, who has been on the lake for several days, spent Friday night and Saturday with his brother and sister, C. P. and Miss Etta Higgs. ,J Earl Davidson has leased 100 acres of land on Poplar Eidge from L. A. Ward which he will put in nee this fall. His father, G. A. Davidson, has just sold his rice crop at 94 cents a bushel. Mrs. J. A. Jenkins, of Jeffersonville, Ind., arrived here last week to attend the bedside of Mrs. Mattie Hutchinson, who is in a' very critical condition caused from burns received several Tluys ago. Mrs. W. C. Hamilton and children returned homa Sunday after several days stay with homefolks near York ville. Mrs. Hamilton's many friends will be glad to know that she is greatly improved. At a meeting of the city board last Jonday night, Mr. Mike Rosson was appointed Mayor to fill the unexpired term of Esq. W. W. Casey, and J. H Bratton was appointed to act as alder man in Mr. Rosson 's place. Kenton Herald. You Can't Afford To Buy Asy Eangs UcxgLt Uaseen iuu mm mtt unguis i-uii'iuuy ou ua -io vv yuu ,v-iw your money s worm. ou, IA'x'iiO? Deiore deeming upon any range, the wise woman will nee intra mid osamme closerr into ' a vsiii'.li. the many superior points of merit of tlie Great Majestic Range it will rtand the test of V'isk-- mi-". ' I ' comparison, point for point, with any raao ever made. When you h.".ve made tflis comparison Ijlfljlill1! ;',!'" yuur cuome wm ue uio ruutu nun p rupucuuon uuu& ou Conor tJC RIVES. Prpf. Hayes" and family visited Un ion City Saturday. Mrs. Knox Harper and children vis ited in Kenton a few days past. Vestal Robinson returned Sunday from a visit to his fathei'at Munford. Mrs. " Johnny Head and Kathryu Dickey were in Union City Saturday shopping. Mrs. Callie Bruton has purchased the O. H, Clemmons residence at the foot of Caldwell avenue. . Mr. and Mrs. David Clemmons, of Obion, were week-end guestsof Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Clemmons. T Little Misses Euliue and Mary Ciim mings were recent visitors of Mrs. Belle I Cummings in Union City. J . 1 cilloiT. J,V. Thorn & Son. contractors, are fiayes and assistants. putting up an elegant residence justM Moving is still the order of the day. across the riverfor W. F. Hamilton. Friday evening of the past week Miss Ola Petty entertained a few guests honor of her cousin, Miss Nelle Potty, of Pinewood. ,. - J. W. Thorne has purchased several acres of land from W. J. Caldwell in the Caldwell addition consideration ... $150 per acre. ' The younger set were entertained Fri . -day -evening until a late hour by Mrs. Johnny Head in honor of her niece, Miss Kathryn Dickey. J Mr. and Mrs. Thurman'Phebus and children and Miss Lilly Carter, of near Union City, were guests over Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thorne. , Mr. Will Hamilton on Monday bad the misfortune to be in a-runaway of a wagon and team- and getting his leg roken below the knee. Drs. Adker- n, of Union City, were the limb. Recent guests of Mrs. O. H. Clem mons were Mr. Luther Moffat, of Obion, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hamilton, little daughter and mother, Mrs. Bob. Ham ilton, of Gibbs. i Thursday afternoon o next week the W. C. T. U. meets in the home of the Misses Guy, Mrs. Tom Starnes leading. Progra.ni as per year book. The days are considerably shorter .now, so the time of meeting is changed to 2 o'clock. Please be on time. The faculty are keeping open house Friday afternoon. Patrons and friends of the school should come out and get better acquainted with these teachers. A few more chapters of "Training of Children" will be discussed by Prof. 1 J- feu 1 1 mm igis'i fS, MiJKi -.1 Je yjljii . ililV llllll!lfi!!!!!ii!!!!lil!i-;! paBiiii,ii Malleable anil Charcoal! Ik.'1 III! ' II ! Ml Ml!! till teaks li f Outwe T3 Thre Ordinary Saa'jes It t the only ..... rr.ade of malleable iron and charcoal iron. Charcoal inn won " like steel malleable iron can't break. It outwears three ordinary ranges. Economical Saves Kalf Yox-.sr Fuol The Majestic is put together vftli rivot.? joints and peams remnin air tight. fore ver. Oven lined with pare asbestos board you can see it. ' aaKes put nan tne luel assures perfect tiakm;. All Copper Reservoir Against Fire Box The reservoir is all copper ami heat 3 tliroutrii. ropner pocket, stamped Juat turn kver and it i& instantly moved u.'ay frcia the lire. l .J increapinK strcnf'th aii(l wcrr of a Great Majestic mort) 1 than 300 at a point vhc-.-o oihor ranges cire weakest m znaoy otoer exclusive lectures. f ET0 CATC r"V Mr I. 1 at 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 f i hV A Liz, M ' Vi)if --(-SI Also a Complete Line of HOT-BLAST and AIR-TIGHT HEATERS Phone 164 Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Bagby left Mon day night for Brownsville to attend th Annual Conference of the M. E. Church boutn. Kev. Uagby has done a great work in Obion and we sincerely trust that he will be returned to Obion for andther year. Mrs. G. W. Reed is visiting relatives in enton, and while there will attend the King-Kerr' wedding at the Presbyterian Church Wednesday night, and also the marriage of Claude O. Ramer and Miss Dixie Caaroll, which will bo solemnized next Monday night. Mr. Ramer is a nephew of G. W. Reed, of this city. Mrs. Dell Moss, of Number Seven, is moving to the J. B." Caudlo residence. Mr. Jim May, below town, moves to the Moss farm in Number Seven. Mr. Van, just across the river, conies to the Agnew place, and Mr. and Mrs.. Luke Hovis will, the last of the month, move to Hickman. Next week Mrs. Laura Hutcherson moves to her residence on Church street. Five-gallon lard cans, 25 cents each, J. C. Burdick. - Administrator's Notice. Having duly qualified as the adminis trator of the estate of M. P. McMurry, deceased, all persons indebted to said estate are hereby notified to come for ward and settle at once, and persons having claims against said estate are notified to file them duly authenticated as required by law. This Nov. 4, 1912. KENTON. Mrs. Eugene Wade visited relatives and friends in Trezevant last week. Mrs. Knox Harper and children, of Rives, visjted Mr. and Mrs. Gentry Rey-T nolds last week. Mr. Matt Tilghman, of Jackson, vis ited the family of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Tilghman Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Howell and children, of Union City, visited their parents here this week. Turney Fowler, who is in school at Uniou City, spent Sunday with his pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Fowler. F. B. Tilghman, who has been travel ing Qt of St. Lp.ii in for the past three months, returned home last Thursday. W. P. Wade, the produce man, left Monday for Union City and the ter ritory between Hickman aud Dyersburg selling his fine Missouri apples.' J. C. Wilson, of Stanton, Tenn., vis ited his niece, Mrs. W. A. Taylor, on Vine street last Thursday. This is the first lime in 13 years to be together. Miss Willie Maude L,ewis, who has been visiting relatives id the c'y for the past three weeks, left-Sunday for Hum boldt, where she will' visit h r sister, Mrs. E. C. Roach. M. T. Manus, who is assisting in the writing and compiling .of a history of Tennessee and Tennesseans, qdited by Will T. Hale, is in Kenton gathering data for the above work. It Will be is- TROY. Mr. Ferd Kirby, of Fulton, was here Sunday. Miss May Byars has returned from a visit to Trimble. Mrs. Lucile Jenkins is here from In diana visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Maxwell have a brand new boy at their house. Misses Maud Moffatt . and Eudora Smith were in Union City Saturday. The ladies of the Methodist Church cleared $40 on theia supper at the court house Friday night, Cards are out announcing the wed ding on the 21st of Miss Ruth Eiddiek and Mr. Grover Maxedon. Quite an excitement was created here Saturday when Moffatt's gin caught fire. The loss was very light. Mr. Adron Nipp and Miss Bettie George were married here Sunday even ing, Esq. W. H. Pyle officiating. Mr. C. L. Moffatt, who recently moved to Tullahoma, is here visiting and en joying the duck shooting on Reelfoot Lake. Messrs. W. B. King, W. C. Cloar, G. R. McDade, W. B. Myers and J. H. Pryor were in Union City the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Taylor have is sued invitations to the marriage of their daughter, Miss Fay, to William Henry Bennett an the 27th inst. P. G. Browder, Admr. !gued in 8 octavo volumes. NUMBLR THREE. Several from here were on the lake list week duck hunting. Hurtle Donnsll and sister, Gracie, of Martin, Sundayed with homefolks. Mrs, Albert Caldwell is in Union City under the treatment of Dr. Butler. Mrs. Glasgow, of Beech, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Hubert Bruer. Arthur Evans sold a nice lot of hogs Saturday for which he received a good price. The baby child of Mr. and Mrs. Char ley ivirfe was buried at Antioch Satur day afternoon. Mrs. Dermans Johnson, of Martin, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gray, Sunday. Mrs. Mary Marshall and daughter, Miss Dora, called on friends in Crystal Sunday afternoon. Rev. Mayo, of Dresden, filled his ap pointment at Reelfoot Sunday, after an absence of two months. Mrs. John Williams has returned to her home in Hickman, after spending a week with relatives-here. Miss Vira Howard haslreturned from Mr. O. P. Bishop, a citizen of this city, member of the Bishcp ii ishop Land and Auction Co., who conducted a very successful town lot sale at Gates last Monday. They are holding a double sale, one white and one in the colored section, at Medina to-day. Next Wed nesday they close a sale at Milan and the following Saturday they go Laneview, near Trenton. Bishop is an honorable, upright fellow, is a thorough-going business man, and is having more calls just now than he is able to attend. He always gets the crowd, because they know he does 'exactly what he advertises. He is meeting with success and he deserves it. Mark Forrester is at Milan assisting with the work there and Mayor Coble is interested in the Lane view sale. Martin, where she spent a verv i!uaj- ant week with relatives and friends. J. B. Vaughn's new residence is very nearly completed and will be ready for use by the loth. It i a neat ami at tractive building of the bungalow style. Deafness Cannot be Cured by local Applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and th.it is by constitu tional remedies. Deufness is caused by an in flamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube, When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hear- iiiK, mm wnen is entirely closed Deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but aa inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Htmmt rwu., f " of Deafuess (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Seiid for circulars ,rT',Jt ' CHENKY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists; 75c, Take Hill s I-amily Pills for constipation. Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong- one given you. For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine SLACK- DRAUGti liver Medicine The reputation of this cU, reHa- H b!e medicine, for constipation, in- ! digestion and liver trouble, is firm- ; ly established. It iocs not imitate i other medicines. It is better than V others, or u --ovjJd not be the fa- I i vorite liver r vuer, with a larger i) sale than cli ethers combined. i SOU) IN TOWN" pa.! ; '. 'i 1 - . 4 X 1 -V J5 5 i t- v. ( V.