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i-" . i .... J i a fc" ( 'MV 0) 0) 6) P ON: WEDNESDAY, OF: Live Stock, Farming Implements Household and Kitchen Furniture at the residences of H. O. HEAD, JR., and Q. E. (Pig) PHEBUS, three miles south of Union City, on the Troy and Rives road. Sale Promptly at 10 O'clock at Phebus' Residence. Dinner on the ground at the Phebus home. Terms of Sale. Ten months time on all amounts over $ 1 0 at 6 per cent interest, notes with good approved security, 2 per cent off for cash; all amounts under $10, cash. In case of rain Wednesday, sale will be held following day. J. G. SAUNDERS, Auctioneer. Council Mooring Peacock. Council Mooring Peacock, age 8G years and ten months, one of Lake County's oldest and most highly re spected citizens, died at his home here Tuesday, Feb. 1, after an illness of more than a year. Mr. Peacock was born in North Caro lina, April 2, 1S30. He moved to that part of Obion County which is now Lake County, at the age of 7. He was married to Miss Ann Brock, Jan. 15, 1S57. He is survived by his wife and six children, Martha, Luther, Viola, Daura William and Frederica and twen tieth ree grand-children. Funeral services were conducted at the Methodist Church by the Rev. H. W. Brooks after which the remains were laid to rest in the City Cemetery with Masonic honors, of which organization he has been a long and faithful membu, V ITW CTIFF NECK It 1 t r Arrrsts Mr .1 spot and appears. 1 1 ft XX xx xx xx xx Utmuxxtxnxxnxxnuununxxuxxni SILO TALK No. 3 A POLK SYSTEM MONOLI. THIC CONCRETE SILO wiU never warp, rot. crack, born, blow over, nor waste away. The day we finish building it for you it becomes one olid piece of rock, and it will stay that way until Gabriel toots. No farmer can afford to buy a de structible silo the everlasting kind is much cheaper. POLK SYSTEM SILOS have been tested by fire, wind, lightning, and time. Every one of the hundreds of them is stronger to-day than it was yester day, or a year ago. We should like to make an ap pointment with you to show you that our silos are all we claim for them. Call us up to-day. Phone No. 45-J McAdoo Construction Go. UNION CITY, TENN. 1 "30 Si F 16, 1916 Lake County News. Tennessee Mexico Colony. A meeting of the stockholders of this colony was held last Monday at the Third National Bank. There were pres ent about eighteen stockholders, who took up the business of adopting a con stitution and by-laws. Contracts were drafted and ready for signatures, and it is expected that there will be one hun dred to join the colony from the vicinity of Hornbeak and Number Five and other places. Adjournment was taken to meet again at the same place on Monday, the 21st inst. The officers are: C. M. Glover, president; W. H. Kuykendall, vice president; C. E. Ken dall, secretary; J. L, Glover, treasurer. These and Dr. R. A. Gordon are the trustees. The colony expects to move for Mexico in November, 1916. xx n u xx xx u XX xx V EB. bear those pains? XX A liable bcttle vill U convince you tX Sloan's xx tat XX 1 I ' WaT Liniment (mm 1 InJmmitim. the paiii a is Local and Personal Mr. Ezra Choate Tiiited Fulton Sun day. ilr. Claude Freeman, of Fulton, Sun dayed here. AH kinds of coal at Union City Ice A Coal Co. L. J. Goode, of Fulton, was a social visitor here Sunday. S. D. Cochran left Monday night for bis home in Lottie, La. Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Vance have re turned to Fulton after a visit here.. You've tried the rest, now try the best Jersey Cream Flour. Frank Kimzey is again with Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store in the sales de partment. Mrs. C. P. Wilson, of Troy, was a visitor in the city last week at Drs. Tur ner and Robinson's dental offices. SURE HATCH Incubators and Brooders at WEHMAN'S. Mr. Max Harris, who went to St. Louis, recently, is with the Grand Leader as salesman in the shoe department. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Harrison and fam ily, of Hickman, are in the city as Hood refugees visiting relatives and friends. A new tin shop, tools, material and everything at WEHMAN'S. Dr. and Mrs. Earl Lovelace, of Hen ry, were in the city this week visiting the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Love lace, Ury street. J. M. Chapel, of Number Seven, was in the city Monday and reported that his baby daughter, Sara, had been very sick, but was improving. Use Dahnke-Walker Milling Co. Jer sey Cream Flour, a home product and guaranteed Mr. F. Irwin, principal of the Jordan High School, was a business visitor in the city last week. Mr. Irwin is build ing up a good school at Jordan. Mrs. T. C. Hamilton, of Gibbs, was a visitor in the city Monday. Mrs. Ham ilton has just returned from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. W. J. Davies, at Dyer, Tenn. A full line of absolutely guaran teed poultry supplies at WEHMAN'S Mr. Fred Quinn was re-elected last week as secretary of the Union City Business Men's Club, a position he has filled for a number of years and for which the people are due him a vote of appreciation. Mr. John P. Demyer, one of our old time friends and a regular subscriber to The Commercial for many years, was a business visitor in the city Monday. Mr. Demyer says that the tobacco mar ket at Fulton is good and the price i3 all right. A new tin shop has just been opened by WEHMAN. Roofing, gut tering and all kinds of repair work attended to promptly. B. C. Bramham, the grain dealer, was a business visitor in St. Louis, and called to see D. A. George and family. Mr. George has been suffering with his eyes and the friends here regret to learn that one of them had to be taken out. The other, we understand, is in a serious condition. We trust that he will not lose his eyesight entirely. John Thomas spent Saturday and Sunday in Martin. Mr. Steve Harris is up again after a few days illness. When you want shoes Good Shoes call on The Toggery. A. N. Dickson was a business vis itor in Moscow last week. Mr. Boyce Howse was at home with his family last week. Master Warterfield Thomas is vis iting former friends in Martin. Big Muddy washed nut coal is best for cooking. At Union City Ice & Coal Co. Miss Claytie Andrews spent last wk with Miss Alva D. Jolly in Martin. Miss. Theresa Aran, of Nashville, is a visitor this week in the home of Mr. and Mrs, F. E. Aran. Miss FlorUe Ha srue wood. ef Rutherford, was the guest e Miss Mary Howard Turner Sunday. Make nosey raising chickens. In cubators and Brooders at WEH- MAJTS. Mr CJrover Crawford. travvlU , -rvn;ltiozi ia- tf ilke Ntnphi? Sciu.Ur. was a visitor here thi wee. Mr, l!etn OockrUl will Join the T. 11. Farmer rarly t Martin thJ week, tw tour the So-th and lana u:j for few wek. ! - 4)i-l .:,".i, Scbool were ftwrred by auotner of the Rev. Thomas splendid lectures. This is about the fourth he has giv en there. Mrs. Geo. Gibbs. Jr., Misses Jessie Gibbs and Margaret Porter and 31 r. Pratt Jennings were among the high water callers in Hickman last week. Mrs. Lawrence Vaccaro and Har ry Trevathan. of Memphis, were in the city this week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Corker Jackson and the family of C. K. Llgon. A full line of Conkey and Thomas Poultry Supplies at WEH MAN'S. The "Blue" but Happy Circle are making children's garments. Or ders for aprons, dresses and under wear will be promptly filled if phoned to 67 Mrs. It. M. Whipple. Mrs. N. L. Price, under" the care of Dr. F W. Watson, was operated on last week at the home of J. A. Barker on Grove street, with Mrs. It. M. Williams as private nurse. Dr. Watson was assisted in the op eration by Dr. M. Blanton. and Mrs. Price is doing exceedingly well. The patient is a sister of Messrs. F. E. and Pet Aran. Mrs. Geo. Dahnke. Mrs. W. H. Swiggart and a committee of ladies last week gathered up a big lot of clothing and dispatched it to Hick man to the flood sufferers. Mr. Dahnke headed a subscription list for the same purpose, and Union City responded liberally as usual to the people of Hickman or rather of West Hickman. Conditions there are improving and will be all right soon, we trust. What you want in good shoes we have. The Toggery. Marriage Licenses. Clarence Oliver and Mary Ed wards. Sam Barnes and Lottie Holloway. D. B. Colline and Thelma May In- mau. Alviu May and Sallie Bean. Church Notice. Rev. Wm. Thome will preach at the Presbyterian Church. North First street, next Sabbath, 13th inst. Public cordially invited. Now is the time to start an incu bator. You will find them at WEH MAN'S. John B. Gordon Chapter. The John B. Gordon Chapter, U. D. C, is called to meet on Thursday, Feb. 17, at 2:30 p. m. at the residence of Mrs. Arnnlrl nn Fnnrth ctroot All mumUn are urged to be present for important business. B. W. M. U. ' The Baptist Woman's Missionary Union met at the church Monday afternoon, Feb. 7. A large number were present, and the president, Mrs. H. H. Drake, turned the meeting over to Dr. Paul Joyner who so kindly gave us a lecture on Jerusa lem, describing the people there, and telling his experience as a mission ary in the Holy City. This was in deed a great experience to have one in our midst who has labored so earnestly to tell strangers of Jesus' great love for them, and we felt very grateful to Dr. Joyner for his address. After which an interesting talk was made by Mrs. Drake. It is now a mighty good time to start an incubator. SURE HATCH Incubators and Brooders at WEH MAN'S. Fraternity Rebekah Lodge. Married Jan. 5, 1916, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Taylor, 1263 W. 35th street, Miss Aileen Taylor to Mr. Roy J. Farr, only a few intimate friends and relatives wit nessing the ceremony. Just as the clock was striking ten Rev. Benztine of the Temple Baptist Church began the service that made them one. A wedding breakfast was served at eleven which was both delicious and unique. The bride u the popular Past Noble Grand of Fraternity Rebetah Lodge. She was very radiant in her beautiful gown cf white lace and chiffoa. The proom is the V. G. of Semi-Tropic Lodg-, I. O. O. F., and well known io many other frT?ru&l orders and .? a rising young attorney. They ar vi- iung several southern cities oa their honeymoon. May tJw xtwp of their happiness nvr loo. a feather. Eschanj, Mr. Taylor a daughter of Mrs. S. A. Brown, thi city, and tery warm congratulations are extended. A heavy c44 in the lun that wm expected to cuns itIf ha$ Un the llama point ia many c&ri tf 1 . -1 - - ' 11 . . ' . . f progress 01 me atsoraer an l assists na ture to restore normal conditions. Price 25c, 50c and tl per bottle. For sale by Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store. Adv. Buildiaa We have every sort of building and finishing lumber you're apt to need, including FRAMING, FLOORING, CEILING, SIDING Doors and Windows, Shingles Complete new line of Cabinet Mantels A visit to our yards will be appreciated. Come and inspect our stock for your own satisfaction. I (Co X. IVffo Co. Yards south of Presbyterian Church. First Street, - UNION CITY, TENN. Protect ITourself By taking Firs, Tornado, Accident and Sick Benefit Insurance Your famil By taking a policy in None White Real Estate BESIDES OUR REGULAR HIGH GRADES OF COAL We have Number One Kentucky Lump or Nut at $3.25 PER. TON DELIVERED IN CITY UNION CITY ICE & COAL CO. PHONE 15 O John Drew. Hickman, Ky., Feb. 7. John Drew, a vell known man residing at Moscow, ten miles from here, died at his home there after a long ill ness, death resulting from infirmities of old age. He was 70 years old and had been residing there since 1870, having come there from North Carolina. He is survived by his wife, one daughter and three sons, all married. The funeral was held at Harmony church. He was well known here. Gas in the stomach or bowels is a dis agreeable symptom of a torpid liver. To get rid of it quickly take HERBINE. It is a marvelous liver stimulant and bowel purifier. Price 50c. Sold by Oli ver's Red Cross Drug Store. Adv. Naco Corsets Will Not Rust, Tetr or Split Style A103 Illus trated Givci Grace Hrauty by National Coral Cx, Mlm, tUi um, Mk. Naco Corsets At Cpctjoiw U ExquUtt MattrUt Ex?rt VVetfcmaaahta FOR SALE BY I. S. KIRBY Materia the Mutual Benefit Life better &. Quinn and Insurance Real Estate Transferi. G. W. Barnes to L. D. Nichols, 24 acres in No. 3, 350. J. T. Smith to W. L. Wilson, lot in No. 16, $2,000. Mariah Wilson to Will Wilson, lot In No. 16, $1,000. Wayne Thomas to Ed Thomas, lot in No. 16, $150. Geo. S. Phebus and wife to A. H. Campbell, 214 8-10 acres in No 13 $32,220. J. W. Lasley and wife to Leo Grady, 12 acres in No. 6, $900. E. Cloar et al. to L. N. Vester. lot in No. 4. $1.00. W. H. Caldwell to C. P. Caldwell. 116 acres In No. 10, $2,918.75. E. L. Threlkeld and wife to I. Witt Threlkeld, interest in 4S arr in No. 1, $1,250. E. n. Hill et al. to Herry Hii!,. 25 acres in No. 7. $H00. Mary C. Moore to J. n IIm I i. in No. 4, $75. W. n. rteaird to L. w r,... lot in No. 14, Nft. ft. H. Spenee fu (V f. i . K.-reft, ;c w in No . f , , K J--mi nt mjf , v.. I'M 1-5 l t. 3 tf 12 tefr n S".-, it. (ill ? ; i ii . . . . Nrt t, fit) 18 N v i. ti,r ,wers U- A. Napier. 50 acr-s In No. 1. $S50. Cvxd Coke Wood Call Tel. 150.