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J" Iv (C .E l. o W. H. HARRIS, of the C. G. "QUILL, Chevrolet Overland Sales Co.hand and Elgin Six Dealer have formed a partnership and will do business on Main Street, at the Swiggart Garage? firm to be known as the Overland Sales Co. This firm is successor to the Overland Sales Co., doing business at the same place. Mr. Harris and Mr. Guill will be pleased to greet their many friends, and supply your wants. We handle a com plete line of accessories, Goodrich and Fisk Tires and Tubes. We keep first-class mechanics and will do work on any kind of cars. We expect to maintain the same standard of excellence established by the old firm. We have twenty eight (28) models of cars from which to make your selection. The Overland and Willys Knight line of automobiles needs no introductionto tn smallest urchin. The biggest line of automobiles in the world. No individual factory in the world compares in size to the Willys-Overland factory. Overland advantages in appearance, performance, com fort and price plus Overland service, means lasting satisfaction in the use of your car. In addition, we hve the Chevrolet. The public is quick and eager to recognize merit a much sought after quality in men; it is as much desired in a manufactured article. The public appreciates it in both and bestows its favor freely. The public appreciates the Chevrolet. That accounts for its popularity. At present we can supply you with the "beautiful car of the hour," the Elgin Six in three models Touring, Military Scout and Four-Passenger Roadster. "Lest you forget," we are prepared to rebore your cylindars and fit over-size piston and rings. Now is the time to overhaul your car and get ready for spring. Mr. Edgar Irvine, better known to his friends as "Dock," has charge of our repair department. Yours truly, . W. H. HARRIS PHONE 126 (Cccpmmpsiiniy C. O. GUILL mi QUARTERLY COURT MAISTRATES VOTE FOR ISSUANCE OF BONDS "To Bridge Over Indebtedness Tax Levee Same. Report of finance committee, S. R. Bratton, J. W. Buchanan and J. B. Waddell, that the county issue serial bonds to liquidate its indebtedness -was approved and ordered that the Legislature. bo petitioned for an en abling act to issue bonds to the amount of M5"-000 for this purpose. The Court as a body voted unani mously to indorse the candidacy of Dr. F. M. McRce for Commissioner of Agriculture of Tennessee. An order was made to Join the corporation of Union City in the ex pense of graveling court square, cost to county to bo not over $500. The Jail having been paid for, the special Jail tax was transferred to the county as interest fund, other Vise the tax levy for the year 1919 remains the same. Esq. D. A. Dean,' having moved to No. 15, a vacancy in the office of magistrate for No. 14 was declared, an election ordered to fill same. Notaries public elected: . J. M. Chambers, Harvey Caldwell, E. M. Tate, W. T. Call, J. M. McCorkle. D. Caudle, appointed to superin tend construction of bridge on creek at J. R. Moffatt's, cost not to exceed $300. R. L. Andrews authorized to super intend construction of bridge on Davidson Creek, cost $30. J. H. Jonakin, G. W. Robey and W. O. Cook authorized to have re paired river bridge near McConnell, when Weakley County provides for an equal appropriation for same. A. S. Hays authorized to construct culvert and fill on Union City and lake road, cost J 3 5. J. A. Jackson authorized to have washouts fixed near J. D. Killion's vat cost of $50. W. M. Freed euthorized to have Tridge repaired acro3S scatters of Reel foot Lake at cost of $30. ,' . ' Survey ordered to be made f or levee across creek bottom In front of John D. Killion's homo place. J. H. Jonakin and W. A;. Huchens authorized to have bridge built near Mr. Hutchens' "farm. . ' , Rice Wilson authorized- to have washout on Dyersburg and Hickman road fixed at cost of $100. Ethclbert Rogers and J. B. Bruer authorized to fix washout on Hick man and Dyersburg road M cost of $75. N. W. Whipple and J. W. Craw ford authorized to havo constructed a bridge near Mr.' Whipple's 36 feet long. Clarence Cloys authorized to have constructed bridgo across Grove Creek on Union City and Fulton highway.' G. D. Summers and J. W. Yar brough authorized to, have three washouts fixed in No. 5. J. D. Dame authorized to have re paired iron bridgo on Richland Creek near A. K. Wells' placo. Joe Hurt authorized to have re paired Grassy Creek bridge on Ken ton and Mason Hall road at cost of $200. Reports of County Superintendent, County Farm Agent and courthouse and Jail commissioners accepted. B. A. Vaughn elected Superinten dent of Public Instruction by accla mation. Salary of T. H. Dougherty, County Farm Agent, was increased to $900. Dorrell Harri3 was elected County Ranger. , Road Commissioners as follows were elected: No. 1, J. B. Adkorson; 2, H. L. Curlin; 3, H. E. Roberts; 4, H. A. Tune; 5, Newt Williams; 6, Wm. Brown; 7, H. L. Clement; 8, J. N. Midyett; 9, J. H. Dorgan; 10, B. L. Norrid; 11, Casey Holloman; 12, R. B. Fluty; 13, Powell Cloar; 14, W. F. Bennett; 15, S. B. Clemmons; 16, J. S. Crockett. County Finance Committee was elected as follows: S. A. McDade, C. W. Curry, Bob Fox. Courthouse and Jail Commission ers were elected as follows: W. J. Davidson, J. W. McCorkle, R, C. Reynolds. High School Commissioners were elected as follows: W. P. Wade, C. C. Dickenson. , J. P. At'tendance $ 2 OS. 60 T. D. Corum, A. L. Giffin, J. W. Alexander, Alwyn Brevard, J. B. Bruer, J. A. Jackson, T.'P. Palmer, W. A. McNeill, W. E. Shropshire, J. W. Yarbrough, G. D. Summers, T. W. Cunningham, C. W. Curry, W. M. Sanders, H. H. Hunt, C. , M. Montgomery, P. H. Carroll, W, T. Stover, W. M. Freed, C. P. Caldwell, E. H. Russell, J. B. Skinner. APPROPRIATIONS. Miscellaneous. J. W. Burnoy, examiner... $ 12.00 Cash Grocery Co 5.W Wizard Product Co. 16.03 I Nailling-Kciser Hdw. Co. . 25.90 J. B. Scoby, for clerk '5.85 H. M. Oliver, drugs. ..... . , 8.20 C. E. Bushart, Jail. 1.75 H. P. Reeve3, coffin. ...... . 2.00 R. B. Mllner, typewriter. . . 9.15 Worrell Mfg. Co 70.00 T. J." Easterwood, poll list. 6.00 Amer. Disinfectant Co.... 105.00 Union City Tile Co. 16.40 O. L. Weaks, examination. . 12.00 J. G. Saunders, doorkeeper. 1.00 Mrs. J. C. McRce, examina tion 10.00 J. M. Hickman, officer 28.00 Inquests 60.00 Western Hospital Insane.. 453.00 R. H. Bond, clerk. . 104.70 The Selig Co 135.75 Marshall & Baird, printing 74.30 The News-Banner - 166.85 Obion Enterprise 2.50 Brandon Printing Co 30.24 Marshall & Brico Co 354.47 McQuiddy Printing Co 63.08 Union City Printing Co 69.75 R. H. Bond, patients to hos pital 80.00 J. C. Potter, audit 145.00 F. E. Quinn, burial permit. 2.50 S. R. Bratton, highway com 50.00 Henry Moffett, audit 65.00 Midwest Chemical Co 60.00 November election 142.00 Total 2,394.17 J. M. Hickman, Sheriff. Board prisoners, October.. $ 161.50 Board prisoners, Nov...v. 146.00 Total ......... 807.50 Primary Board. C. M. Montgomery $ 6.00 S. B. Finch . . . . 6.00 John White . .: ' 6.00 J. M. Chapel . ." 20.00 Total 38.00 Bridges, Levees, Repairs. C. E. Bushart, lumber. . . .$ 25.35 John Worrell, bridge..... ,15.50 W. V. Inman, bridge. 55.00 G. W. Janes, work. ...... ; 63.70 J. W. Hoffman, repairs. ... 28.25 Carl King, hauling. ...... 10.00 Elmer Henington, bridge.. 125.00 J. W. Buchanan, work.... 12.50 J. B. Vaught, levee, etc. . . , 75.00 C. H. Bruer and W. W. Thomas, bridges , 230.00 Forcum-James Lumber Co. . 141.06 John WalO bridgo 75.00 R. C. Jone& Co., lumber. . 82.25 J. M. Foster, ropairs i 60.00 R. E. McGowcn, bridge..... 30.00 W. R. Douglas, bridge 74.37 First National Bank, Ken ton, levee '. . . . . 171.55 T. P. Palmer, work 13.50 Obion Mill & Elevator Co. . 16.65 Fred Duggcr, levee 13.00 J. H. Stubblefleld, labor. . . 15.00 D. M. Weaver, repairs 12.50 C. J. Black, road ; . . 35.00 Wilson & Baucom, bridges. 165.00 Arnold & Moacham, drift. . 35.00 Total 1,518.18 BED CROSS NOTES. , Instructions from division head quarters have come to the chapter in regard to knitted articles as follows: (a) To complete all knitted articles now in process of making, (b) To give out no additional yarn to mem bers, (c) To return any yarn on hand to the place from which you received it. This applies to the in dividual knitter. The county chair man of knitted goods roquests that all knitters make an effort to finish their articles by the 20th inst., bo that a complete shipment can be made as son as possible to Atlanta. The chairman of the sewing de partment makes an urgent appeal for workers.. Tho allotment of aprons that" were to have been finished in November are not yet done and an other shipment of refugee shirts is on the way. . , . . . We, as a chapter, have never fail ed in any task assigned. Let's not fall down now. Ifx CHAIR. PUBLICITY,MMITTEE. I will buy Liberty Bonds at market price. 0. Dircks. 41tf Liberty Bonds We will buy your Liber ty Bonds and pay top cash prices. See, write or tele phone us before selling. We will pay unpaid in stallments on bonds. CORUM & MILES, Union City, f enn. A. J. Coram W.M.Mile. BITES. Mrs. Press Callicott was in Mon day shopping. Mr. Acie Tanner, of Troy, was over Saturday. Mrs. Ernest Byrd visited in Obion Sunday. The Misses Barker spent the end of the week in Polk. W. A. McNeill and Ernest Shrop shire attended court Monday and Tuesday. Dr. White reports still quite a few cases of flu, five or six cases being in the family of Will Witherspoon at Moffatt. Mrs. Pleas Hornbcak, of Glass, and Miss Clara Moultrie, of Obion, were recent visitors of Mrs. Leslie Shore. Elder Freed, of Henderson, begins a pastorate Sunday with the Chris tian Church. Carmi Davis has a friend, Mr. Duweese, of Moscow, Ky., as an after holiday visitor. An attack of flu caused a postponement of Mr. Du wesse's arrival. Mrs. Jane Wade and several other members of the family are under the care of the family physician for severe colds. The market is again open for ship ment of hogs. Several car loads are going out from this point. Miss Missis Harris visited in Un ion City Saturday. Mrs. Knox Harper has returned from Kenton. Jones Elam, for several months In an aviatoin corps at Champaign, III., came in Saturday from Camp Pike, Ark., honorably discharged. Mrs. Mattie White, of Union City, is the guest of Mrs. E. H. White to be with Miss Bettio White who Is on the sick list. President Wilson was given an ovation by the citizens of Rome. He spoke to the members of Parliament, declaring that the world needs a new international psychology and that the balance of power having been tried and found wanting, some new method must be devised to keep the world in peace. His argument for a League of Nations wasjreccived with, applause. . 1919 ESTABLISHED 1868 fJ y? We wish our friends, one and all, a Happy, Prosperour New Year. ' 5 . " Last year we did not expect much, as we had other, ways besides building to help Uncle Sam more. Still, our 1918 year was a good one. Thanks to you. We hope to merit the same patronage for 1919 tha we have had the past 51 years. ' As the building material tn is off, now we have a com plete stock of everything in our line. We are ready to figure on anything in brick or concrete linev Established J 868. " P T. L. Bransf ord Sons UNION CITY, TENN.