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Official Election Returns for Obion County, August 6, 1914.
PRECINCTS. Stl'RBME JlBGE. u a i 2 o iai 3 X u . s Is ess iS if. . u Kit 2 Jacksonville Woodland Mills . , 5 Clnyton . Crytal.. 4 Kiw v - ( Hornhcak. .. .i -- S' Gulpb ( Kamburg 6. Folk i Troy - , 7 ; Crittcndon Grove . J Sunnyside ................ ........... 8 Kenton . iKIbridxe Minnick , - Cunningham .......... --------- 10 Caldwell 11 Mason Hall 12 Talley'i Mill. 13 1'ttion City 14 Glass - 15 Obion - - South Kulton crce Station .................... ..... cConnell ....... . SSotil 1'iCT McC 24 26 20 4 59 104 28 14 33 8 155 15 44 34 9 13 Total - I 792 8 106 40 32 53 33 13 28 27 59 167 26 27 37 14 23 942 57 73 79 52 104 117 30 24 165 53 38 119 49 19 42 60 66 304 39 69 96 24 33 1,714 56 74 78 52 105 117 30 22 168 54 39 119 49 19 42 60 64 307 38 71 91 25 39 1,719 54 73 77 52 105 117 30 23 160 54 38 119 49 19 42 61 65 299 39 70 90 23 . 40 1,699 57 73 79 51 105 115 29 22 159 54 39 120 47 19 42 59 64 St 39 71 99 25 39 1,715 57 73 78 52 104 115 29 21 161 54 39 118 48 19 42 60 66 306 39 71 91 22 30 1,695 57 73 80 52 105 113 29 22 167 54 39 114 47 19 42 59 65 30S 39 71 103 28 44 1,730 District Constables. In tbe election held on the Ctb the following votes were cast for Constahles, the first named in each district being elected, except in No. 13, which has two constables: No. 1 Sim Weaver, 22; A. L. Grif fin, 21; J. F. Chambers, 1. No. 2 C. L. Harris, 39. s Fo. 8 C. B. Hawkins, 111; W. It. Morris, 18. No. 4 w; B. Holloway,55; WC. Smith, 44; W. L. Clemmons, 1. No. 5 J. W. Deen, 83; Will Deen, 36. No. 6 J. Lee Hughes, 114; E. I. Miller, 86; E. J. Turner, 47. No. 7 Breck Hogan, 12; Will Har ris, 1; John Chapel, 1. No. 8 Elbert Tilgbman, 44; A. J. McNeeley, 40. No. 9 John Jackson, 12; Jas. Book er, 2; J. H. King, 1, No. lO-A. E. Eatliff, 29; Guy Wil liams, 6. No. 11 F. C, Hart, 50. No. 12 J. L. Littleton, 37; J. C. Cleek, 26. ; No. 13 (Elects two) W. A. Beck ham, 193; J. G. Saunders, 297. No. 14 D. S.Woods, 16; J. J. Eice, 3. No. 15 (None elected). No. 16 J. C. Smith, 124; D. M. Weaver, 59; Horace Norman, 40. County Committee. The Obion County Democratic Ex ecutive Committee, in tile primaries, wag elected as follows: District No. 1, Ollie Weaks; No. 2, J. C. Isbell; No. 3, E. Switzer;xNo. 4, C. C. Callicott; No. 5, John White; No. 6, W. J. Erwin; No. ?, S. F. How ard No. 8, Esq. Chas. Montgomery; No. 9, J. C. Barker; No. 10, Luke Lat imer; No. 11, Dr. P. N. Matlockj No. 32, Geo. Tucker; No. 13, J. L. Fry; No. 14, John Graham. No.' 15, E. J. Green; No. 16. C. G. Thomas. 41 Floterial Primary. , ' ' ' l.U J. F. Cochran. Griffin. No. 1 Jacksonville 20 3 " ,2 Woodland Mills.. 25 4 " 3 Clayton 34 11 3 Crystal r 6 29 "4 Eives 18 46 5 Hornbeak 83 21 6 Troy 79 97 C Polk 10 7 7 Crittebdon Grove. 6 50 7 Sunnyside 17 13 8 Kenton ... 81 66 9 (No election) . .. 10 Caldwell 17' 20 11 Mason Hall...... 15 ' 86 12 Tally's Mill 5 45 " 13 Union City... 294 44 "14--Glass 3 29 " 15 Obion 34 16 " 16 South Fulton.... 27 17 " 16 Pierce 19 16 Total 743 570 Unofficial returns. .'" In Lake the returns showed 826 votes lor Griffin and 106 for Cochran. 41, NUMBER ONE. Mr. Chas. Eichardson and family, of Caruthersville, Mo., returned home Monday. They were accompanied home by .Mrs. J. D. Eagsdale and chil dren. Mr. Jas. Stanfield has returned from from Dawson Springs. ' Miss Buth Yates narrowly escaped serious injury one day last week when she fell backward out of tbe back end of a buggy. The horse had been hitched and she thought he could not move about, and when he went forward so unexpectedly she fell. ' Lutrcll Morris, of Fierce spent Fri day of last week with O. L. Weaks. ' Mrs. Bertie Eagsdale, of Trimble, is visiting relatives here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Collier and chil dren visited J. D. Eagsdale Saturday and Sunday. M.ss Bettie Baulch visited her sister, Mrs Laura Travis, at Fulton Tuesday. Lfcts see how many of your corre spondents can punctuate the following sentence so that it will express a com plete thought: I too believe that that is is that that is not is not. . . ' Thaskful. TROY. Miss Buth Hughes began her school at Harper's Valley Monday. We had a good rain Sunday, another one Monday eight, which makes things look a great deal better. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Easterwood, of Memphis, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Easterwood. Mr. Stonie Maxwell, after a pleasant visit here with homefolks, has returned to Millington. J. Lee ' Hughes spent Saturday at Eeelfoot Lake. Master Dittman Kirby, of Union City, is this week visiting Homer Clark. Messrs. Paul Buchanan", Cecil Hughes, Clarence Buchanan and Marion Dodds were in Union City Sunday. Messrs. Tom Ferrell, Fred Williams and Marvin Neely, of Hornbeak, were visitors here Sunday. Misses Louise Blanton and Glenn Eochelle were Hornbeak visitors Satur day. w Misses Iris Wilson and Lois Eedditt, of Obion, visited Mrs. W. F. Eoberts Saturday. The union tent meeting which began ast Sunday is having large crowds both afternoon and night. ' Baseball Notes. The finance committee will circulate cards among the fans asking for a few cents per week for eight weeks, in order that the directors will be able to sup port our strong salaried club for eight weeks more of professional baseball, and no doubt the committee will meet with great encouragement, as our club has won nine games out of ten, and Union City is now on the map in the sporting world. The strong Ripley club comes here for a three days' engagement, beginning Monday, and our club goes home with them for the week-end three days. Following are the booking up to date Union City at home, playing Eipley, August 17, 18, 19. Union City at Eipley Aug. 20, 21, 22 Union City at home, playing Hum boldt return engagement, August 24, 25 and 26. , The Tiptonville-Eidgely club, Dyers burg, Covington and Caruthersville want engagements here. 5 Judge' Ernest L. Bullock. j Jackson, Tenn., Aug 10. Tle funeral of Judge Ernest L. Bullock, who died Saturday midnight in a sanitarium at Newport, after a brief illness, was held bre to-day. The body was accompanied here by State Treasurer B, E. Sneed, nephew of Judge Bullock. Judge Bullock was born in Madison County 64 years ago, the .son of Maj Micajah and Mrs. Susan Brown Bullock. His parents were North Carolinians and were among the first settlers of Madison County. Ernest Bullock was educated in the common schools of this county, and when quite a young man began the study of law in the office of his uncle, Judge John Brown, at that time one of the most prominent lawyers in the South. Judge Bullock later attended Cumberland University and graduated from the Lebanon Law School. Be turning to Jackson, he was admitted to the bar when 21 years of age, and short ly thereafter formed a partnership with Hu C. Anderson, now president of the People's Savings Bank, and at one time an eminent lawyer. J udge Bullock was elected when about 25 years of age to the office of Attorney General of the Common Law and Chan cery Court of Madison County, which position he held six years. In the last administration of Gov. Robert L. Taylor, Judge Bullock was appointed to membership on the State Railroad Commission, filling the office four years. ACATIOi FARES From Union City, via N. C. & ST. L. RY; Round Trip Tickets on Sale Saturday, Aug. 15, Only $7.3 To Monteagle, Sewanee. $12.00 To Asheville, N. C; Waynes ville, N. C; Bristol, Tenn.; Hot Springs, N. C; Tate Springs, Tenn.; Hendersonville, N. C " 1 1 To Brevard. N. C. To Lake Toxaway, N, C 16:35' To Isle of Pines, S. C.; Tybee, Ga. (On Atlantic Seashore) To Beaufort, N. C $1T.O C; Wil- To Morehead, City, N, mington, N. C We would like to show you any of the farms we have for sale. It costs you nothing whether you buy or not. .Davis & Russell, Real Estate Agents. Tickets at the above fares will be on sale for all trains of August 15th. 1914, and will be limited for return trip until Aug. 31, 1914 For further Darticulars bddIv to W. W. LOVELACE, Ticket Agt. N. C St. L. Ky.. Union City. Tenn. ' BIG FAIR AT FULTON, KY., TO BE BETTER THAN EVER Five Big Days, September 1,2, 3 4 and 5, 1914. At no time during the history of the Fulton County Fair has such extensive preparations been made to entertain the crowds that will attend. Many ne features will be introduced never before witnessed in this section of the country Tbe racing program and show rings wil be unusually good. Tbe exhibits will be larger and better than ever, the music and automobile racing extraordi nary. In fact, .not a dull moment during the entire five days. Special low rates and accommodating railroad service make it convenient for everybody to attend the fair, the biggest and best in the history of Fulton. Meet me at the Fulton County Fair, Fulton, Ky., Sept. 1-5. If you sit in a cool draft when you are heated and get a stiff neck or lame back, you will be looking for something that will ease the pain. Fix your mind on BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT and don't be talked out of it, because it is the best pain relieving liniment you can get anywhere. Price 25c, 50c a $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Oliver's Bed Cross Drug Store. ' adv W.C.T.U. The W. C. T,U. met with Mrs. J. P. Adams, August 7, 1914. - A reference was made of the interest that Dr. Turner had manifested at previous board meeting in urging that strict vigilance be exercised at all times in an effort to apprehend those that at tempt to sell intoxicants illicitly. So deeply appreciated it was that a uuani ruous vote of thanks was tendered the good doctor. May his suggestion be come contagious is the wish of the mempers of the W. C. T. U. In every home where there is a baby there should also be a bottle of McGEE'S BABY ELIXIE. It may be needed at any time to correct sour stomach, wind colic, diarrhoea or summer complaint, It is a wholesome remedy, contains no opium, morphine or injurious arug oi any kind. Price 25c and 50c per bot tle. Sold by Oliver's Bed Cross Drug Store. advt Have your repairing done at Dietzel's. Cant Be Without It. Dear Commercial: I am sending you money for a year's subscription to your paper. Have been without it for a while, but can't be without it any longer. Please send the paper at once. We are enjoying very good health at present.' Eespectfully, W. E. Crouch. Wichita Falls, Tex.', Aug. 10, 1914, Buying Dietzel's jewelry is like court ing a widow. You can not overdo it. Call 150, Union City Ice & Coal Co., when you want coal right now. Dollar Wheat Mr. B. C. Bramham, of the Union City Elevator Co., informs The Com mercial his company last Tuesday sold three cars No. 2 wheat at $1.00 per bushel, f.o.b. this city. Very little local wheat is being offered and the tendency for the price is upward. Old corn is selling in the Union City market at 85 cents. Notice. All pupils who attain tbe age of six years before January 1, 1915, must en ter school at tbe beginning of the first term. Otherwise they will not be ad mitted until the opening of the second term. By Order of the School Board. Death At Saloam. News of the death of Miss Mollie Bobbins, daughter of T. E. Bobbins, formerly of Troy, was received here by the friends of the deceased this week. Miss Bobbins died on the 3d inst. and the remains 'were interred at Saloam Springs. She was a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian Chur4i and esteemed very highly by the citizens of) Troy. Burial rites were by Eev. G. A. Wilson and the ladies of the Eastera Star. Cef More Eggs. You can't unless your chickens are healthy. Use A. B. Thomas' Poultry Remedy. It cures Cholera. It makes bigger chickens, more eggs and insures a good supply of eggs at all seasons of the year. Sold and guaranteed by Frank C. Wehman. " advt Death of Mrs. Chas. Payne. Mrs. Chas. Payne, daughter of Esq. Milner, of Number Sixteen, died of ap pendicitis at ber home in Eives Tues day. Mrs. Payne resided formerly in Number Seven, and she was esteemed as a young lady among tho good people of that community. She leaves a bus band and child to mourn her sad de parture. Tbe remains were interred at Cane Creek Wednesday. We tender tbe kindest condolences to tbe bereaved. Oof JPolScy: Highest Quality Lowest Expenses Lowest Prices Nothing Lost on Accounts. Don't pay for delivering other people's goods. Get Prices. ' Cash Store Co. F. S. WHITE, Proprietor. H llll The Ice Cream Specialist Telephone 100 FOE EENT OR SALE My dwell ing bouse and lot on Main street. 20-2t Felix W. Moork. Eyes examined free at your home Write or phone VV. T. Wilkerson, Union City, Tenn. 40-tf A few choice Barred Eock Cockerels for sale. $1.00 to $1.50. Phone 320. 19-4tpd H. A. Scates. WANTED To buy a farm in Obion County. Write or call on us at once. HoRSER-TrrrswoRTH Land & Auction Company. 14-tf Well Curbing. I have for sale complete stock of glazed tile made especially for well curbing. E. M. Whipple, 13-tf Union City, Tenn. Tobacco and Cigar Salesmen wanted to Advertise. Experience unnecessary. $100 monthly and Traveling Expenses. Advertise Smoking, Chewing Tobacco, Cigarettes, Cigars. Send 2c stamp for full particulars. Hemet TobaccoCo. (18-20w) New York, N. Y. Building Material. We will haul it for you on short notice. Will also meet other man's prices. See us before you contract yours. Any other hauling will be ap preciated. Try us and be convinced. Phone G39 and 629. T. E. CLAEK TEANSFEE CO. Fine Farm for Sale. One hundred and forty-two acres in No. 4 District, Obion County, 100 acres in cultivation: all level: all rich: good houses, good barn, and all fenced and cross-fenced. Will sell cheap on long and easy terms, or will exchange for other property. Horner-Tittsworth Land & Auction Co. Phone 329. 14-tf For Rent or Sale THE VOOEHEIS COTTAGE on East College street, 1 square from Public School, 9 rooms and bath room, elec tric lighted throughout. Suitable for boarders or for two families. THE ADAMS COTTAGE, corner Ury and vine streets, 5 rooms, electric lights, large garden. THE GAELAND COTTAGE on North Third street, east side, second house north of Palmer street, 4 rooms. For further information apply to Garth & Son, Real Estate Agents, at Old National Bank or 516 North Ury street 20-4L E.P.GM SSOM . THE OLD RELIABLE GROCER -TWO GOOD LINES- Golden Gate Teas and Coffees Chase & Sanborn's Teas and Coffees THE VERY BEST THE WORLD AFFORDS FRESH MEAT MARKETTHE BEST Meat, Flour, Sugar, Coffee Everything! . Mishandled in an up-to-date, sanitary manner. No order too large. No order too small. E. P. GRL&SOM' Phones 204-230 Washington Ave. For Sale Cheap Three houses and lots, big bargains. Ail or part cash, with good security- J, Ira Uilburn. Cheap. Hill woTAPinTtL Is not necessarily the lowest in price since the value is largely determined by the quality you receive, and if it Is ' FREE FROM DIRT of all kinds. We guarantee our coal to be of the best quality, and at the end of winter will prove the cheap est, because it will go the farthest rvaiELVlIN COAL CO. Telephone No. 11. SHADY GROVE. Mrs, Rowland, of Jackson, Tenn., is visiting her daughters, Mrs. J. B. Woodfin and Mrs. A. E. Whitley. Mrs. Eva Vaughn, of Paragould, Ark., is visiting relatives and friends here. Mr. Arthur Hamilton, who has been visiting in Middle Tennessee, has re turned home. Miss Clara May Link, of Faducah, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Ed Reese, this week. Miss Lucila Chambers went to Union City Tuesday shopping. Get watch prices of Dietzel. Insolvent Notice. Having suggested the insolvency of the estate of W. II. Wade (col.), de ceased, all persona having claims against said estate are hereby notified to file the same with the County Court Clerk of Obion County, Tennessee, duly authen ticated in a manner prescribed by law on or before tbe 15th day of January, 1915, or the same will be forever barred both in law and equity. This July the 17th, 1914. Hester Thompson, 17-4t Administratrix, If you want to buy or mil a farm, let us hear from you or come to see us. Davis & Ecssell, Eeal Estate Agents.