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If You Want to .Sell Your Property, List It With the Tittswortli Realty. Co. UNION CITY, TENNESSEE Fill out and mail or briner in this authority. Leave the rest to them. IECUT SALE -OF- 273 Acres Improved Land AT PUBLIC SALE TUESDAY, SEPT. 16, 1919 At 2 P. M. in front of Bank, Rives, Tenn. This Is a Splendid Stock and Grain Farm ' Located one-half mile east of Rives IMPROVEME1NTS consist of two tenant houses, good stock barn with large mow room, 2 pipe wells. This in the best of grain land and possesses much merit of location. 1 50 acres of clear cultivatable land well tiled. Will also sell A horse power Hay Press, one 3 horse Breaking Plow, one 2-horse Breaking Plow, 1 Corn Harrow, 1 Drag Harrow, 1 Deering Mower, 1 Hay Rake and Other Farm Implements. Terms on imple ments made known sale day. TERMS ON LAND. 10 per cent cash sale day, 25 per cenf with possession Jan. 1st, 1920; balance in 5 equal payments due 1, 2, 3,4 and 5. years, bearing 6 per cent from date. JNO. R. BRADSHAW Auctioneer Decatur, III. MRS. MAYMIE PHEBUS Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of . R. L. Phebus, Deceased. At same time and place will sell at auction 212 acres of improved land located 5 miles south and 2 1-2 miles east of Polk Station. United States Railroad Administration Director General of Railroads Nashville, Chattanooga & St, Louis R. R. CO-OPERATIVE MARKETING SERVICE The Marketing Division of the Traffic Department of the Nashville, Chattanooga & it. Louis Railroad and associated lines will furnish to persons desiring to purchase the names and addresses of the owners of the following : SHEEP FOR SALE Numerous inquiries from producers and prospective new producers of sheep have recently reached this office concerning available supplies of breeding stock. The in quiries adjudicative of forthcoming healthy increases in the number and quality of stockers and breeding ewes and bucks kept on the farms of the State. . Local govern ment authorities are enthused over the outlook for the immediate growth of the sheep industry by reason of the beneficent effect of the dog law recently passed by the Ten nessee Legislature and are positive that efforts to encourage and assist the farmers of the State in stocking up their lands are entirely justifiable. In order to lend such assistance this divisiorof the United States Railroad Admin istration recently located in Virginia, Kentucky and other adjacent States supplies of the following numbers and breeds of sheep now offered for sale. Five registered Dorset bucks, T year old ; 5 Dorset ram lambs ; S registered Dorset bucks and ewes ; 125 grade ewes ; 100 grade ewes ; 280 grade ewes ; 40 grade lambr, Q0 grade ewes, I to 6 years old j 100 grade ewes; 60 grade ewes, 2 to 7 years old ; 78 grade. ewes and lambs; 20 grade ewes, 3 years old " o grade bucks and ewes; 8 grade ewes; 12 grade lambs; 100 grade lambs; 25 grade ewes; 100 good grade ewes 15 grade Southdown ewes; 100 grade ewes, I year old ; 20 grade Shropshire sheep ; one car grade ewes; I -car grade lambs and mutton sheep; 1 car grade lambs and ewes; I car grade lambs and ewes; 65 grade Hampshire ewes; 35 grade Hampshire lambs; 150 grade Southdown lambs ana ewes; o graac uorset ewes, c to o years oia; u grade ewes; 100 common ewes, 2 tolO years old ; pure bred Hampshire bucks, all ages ; 70 pure bred Hampshire lambs ; 16 pure bred Hampshire ewes; 22 pure bred Hamp shire lambs; 15 pure bred Hampshire ewes, I to 5 years old; 10 pure bred young Hampshire bucks; 5 pure bred Oxford ewes, 2 years old ; 100 pure bred Shropshire ewes; 20 pure bred Shropshire rams; 6 pure bred Shropshire buck lambs; 134 pure bred Shropshire bucks and lambs; 27 pure bred Shropshire ewes; 50 pure bred Shropshire ewes ; 18 pure bred Shropshire ewes ; 50 pure bred Southdown bucks and ewes; 4 pure bred Southdown rams; 55 pure bred Southdown ewes ; 20 pure bred Southdown bucks and lambs. " . - The names and addresses of the owners of the above sheep will be furnished to interested persons upon request. Breeders of live stock and producers of field, garden and orchard pro ducts for sale, except such as reach the market through established and logical channels, are invited to communicate to the undersigned complete descriptions, quantities and other necessary information of such com modities. Instructive literature on alfalfa growing, silos, lime in agriculture, jttanut and soya bean oil manufacture will be mailed to any address upon 'request. Address ' L. P. BELLAH, General Agent, . . Nashville, Tennessee. The Commercial. $1.00. And worth it . BTVES. m Miss Bowman, of Troy, was a recent visitor of Miss Lessie Hooper. Mrs. Orie Brown, very ill the past week, is reported convalescing. Mr. and Mrs. Lorn Harris, of Waver ly, are visitors in and out of town. The Harper's Valley school opens Monday, with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Forrester in charge. . Rev. Dowdjus conducting a series of sermons for the Christian congregation, Pleasant Hill. Revs. Armstrong and Farris and Mesdames Seid VVaddell, E. T. Mitch ell, Claude Allen, Jas. McCaw, Gus White, Ed Stone. Sam Brummel, Cbas. Miles and J. J. Melvin were among those from Union City, attending the county convention of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union, in session here at the C P. Church Friday of the past week. Others present were: Mrs. Sbirrell of Elbridge, Mrs. Bonnie Max well of Troy, Mrs. Laura Crockett of near Martin, Mesdames Jas. Olive and Floys Carter of No. 7,, and Mesdames Pattie Carroll, Wortz and Thorp of Kenton. It was a great day for the white nbboners. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Scoggio and little granddaughter, Louise McCowaD, are at home from a two weeks visit in Nash ville, Gallatin and Hartsville. Mrs. Glennie Pbehus has accepted a position in our school. J. W. Thome, who recently sold his real estate south of town, has purchased a splendidly improved farm of thirty five acres on the Paducah highway, be tween Jordan and Union City, known, we understand, as the Boxley place. When you buy your fall boots at ten to fourteen dollars a pair and silk hose at $2 a pair, would it interest you to know that the women of Russia ure go ing barefoot thru necessity. Also, will the extra abbreviated skirts, as shown in the fashion plates, which we hope no American woman beyond her teens will adopt,' cause more goods for the war-stricken nations. Winter is ap proaching, when thousands of people, even in this loved land, will need clothes otherwise than filmy georgette and short skirts. The poor and home less depend on you to put down the H. O. L. Mrs. Wilson Petty and Miss Delia Knox, of the county seat, were recent guests of Miss Minnie 6 tames. I hereby appoint TITTSWORTH REALTY CO. my sole and exclusive agent to sell th following described real estate, on terms and conditions hereinafter named. FARM LANDS Number of acres Nearest Postoffice Distance from Acres timbered Acres cleared Acres bottom land Acres hill land. . , Is land level, hilly or broken , Size and kind of residence Size and kind of barn Number of tenant houses How watered Situated Civil District. , County of State of..'.. . ..end bounded on north by on the east by ........... on the south by , on the west by Deed of trust rate.. When due. Price. Terms. Will give possession. UNION CITY PB0PEBT7. Residence? Business? Vacant? . . . Number of rooms? .......... s 1st floor?. : 2nd floor?. Hardwood floors or finisja? Fixtures? , Bath? Shed of garage?. Size of lot"? Street location? and bounded on north by on the east by on the south by on the west by Deed of trust ?...... Rate ? When due? . Price Terms Will give possession , i . . ..i In consideration of Tittsworth Realty CO., advertising the above property without expense to me, and their efforts to sell same, if a sale or exchange of said property is made, while in charge of said Firm, I agree to pay them for their services a commission on above'price, or such other prices, terms or conditions I accept, as per schedule of "commissions adopted by the Union City Real Estate Exchange, .effective August 19, 1919, as. follows: , , , .V' . 5 per cent on sales of $5000 or under; $5000 to $10,000, charge 5 per cent for first $5000 and 4 per ' cent on excess up to and including $10,000 and 3 per cent on excess over $10,000. My title is good, and, in event of sale, general warranty deed will be given, nate this agency at any time on 60 days notice in writing. I reserve tho right to terml- Owners Signature. Owners Signature r........ Signod this. ....... ; ' day of.' 1919, NOTE-r-Tittsworth Realty Co. offers no real estate for sale without written authority. " .. . v m SERVICE COVERS WEST TENNESSEE AND WEST KENTUCKY. Where Price and Value Meet, They Seldom Fail. Positively No Charge Unless Property is Sold. Preaching at Old Republican. Preaching services will be held at Old Republican on Saturday, Septemr ber 20, for the purpose of organizing a graveyard association. Services con ducted by Rev. H. A. Todd, of this city. Everybody mvited. OBITUARY. Mr. J. Walter Caldwell was born in Obion County, near Fremont, June 16, 1881, and was united in marriage June 29, 1901, to Miss Ida-Parrish. His deach occurred September 3, 1919. He leaves a devoted wife and two boys, Vernie and Loyd; a father; two broth ers, Elva and Rob, to mourn his loss. He joined the Baptist church at Salem, near Mason Hall, about two years ago, and lived a faithful member until he died. His burial took place at East view Cemetery Wednesday, the 4tb, Rev. Evans conducting the service. Marriage Licenses Everett L. Matthews and Anna Bell Mathis. Mat Rogers and Mary Logsdoo. Fred Hendon and Jewel Sadler. Leonard Cook and Bessie Pittman. Globe Rhodes and Ruth Wilson. John Rogers and Ora Lamkins. Orie Shults and Mary Watts. Robert Wilson and Bonnie Garrett. J. L. Mitchell and Myrtle Butrum. Sam Webb and Jessie Lamkins. Charley Parson and Evie McDaniel. Harry Maconi and Esther Wilkerson. William I. Barnes and Edna Ger trude Jimerson. L. 0. Stover and Dollie Mai Miller. Will Baltimore and Walter Roland. Dexter D. Vaughn and Lovie Leigh. Farley Sbelton and Bera Jones. V. W. Glover and Hettie L. Osburn. Aaron Johnson and Lucy Beeler. Gradie Long and Eron Passmore. It you are thinking of erecting a monument it will pay you to write The Eclipse Marble and Granite Works, "J. J. Snyder, .Proprietor, Humboldt, Tenn. Nothing but the best of material used, and the highest class of mechanical workmanship. Birthday Party. Little Margaret and Curtis Duren en tertained a few of their little friends last Saturday afternoon with a birthday par ty.Games of all kinds were enjoyed un til a late hour, when refreshments were served to the little guests, each one wishing them many more happy birth days. Those present were: Little Misses Montez and Beth Wilkerson, Lois and Annie Betle Ogles, Theresa Chiles, Martha Forrester, Margaret Is bell, Mildred Moore; Masters James Is bell, D. D. Forester, Jr., Robert Mor ris, Thomas Ogles and Robert Jones Killebrew. Looking Backward. - Dad prattles and he prates, He speaks of 1910. "Twas a great time, be states," "Prices were lower then." Grandpa goes back, forsooth. Much further than most men, He burbles about bif youth; "Prices were lower then." I s 'pose I'll tell my boy Of 1919, when The times we could enjoy "Prices were lower then." The Commercial, Union City, Tenn. Wliat a Treai THIS WEEK YOU WILL FIND OUR PURE PORK SAUSAGE (Every Ounce Pork) at the stores and markets, together with the Finest Meats of all kinds you ever bought Although the prices on beef and mutton have re mained about the same for the yast two years, you will find the quality greatly increased. You could' buy a much cheaper quality, but that is not what the people want. The best is none too good for the smallest buyer. , ye sincerely thank our friends all over this terri tory for the great help and encouragement you have given us in calling for our goods. After September 15 we will be prepared to do sev eral times the business we have been doing. Eloynolds Packing Co.: . Union City, Tenn.