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Viariy H ogs Die bvery fall, owing to low vitality caused by exposure during sudden changes in weather and eating sappy grain, and during this condition are super-suscepti ble to disease. : FORTIFY AGAINST LOSS By providing good sheltered beds and vaccinating against cholera and swine pleague. YOU SAVE MORE HOGS PER DOLLAR with serum and vaccines from CLOYS SERUM CO., Union City, Tenn. si Alabama Alfalfa Land DEMOPOLIS SECTION Beautiful rolling, chalk, lime country, ample timber and shade, overflowing artesian wells, cheapest natural alfalfa and best grass land in America. Labor situa tion good, health conditions excellent. Why not con siider selling out now while prices are good, and move v to good country where you can buy better land for less money, raise cattle, sheep and hogs and milk a few cows for the creamery. Live stock, hay and not ; much plowing is the route to take in this country and it pays well. ; Newcomers already here from 23 differ ent states. Write for . full information and photo- graphs, mentioning this paper. State size of farm wanted. We graze green alfalfa all winter, cutting hay from April 1 st to November 1 5th. . Clay Alfalfa Land Co. DEMOPOLIS, ALABAMA III Here we are again All New 1 WEEK The Annual Joy Event 13 n j O N C IT Y dy2 0ci(20 Admission - " ' LIQON SHOW LOT pit MmgtsM I7.LSVAIN SHOVCOMPANV KNOWN SHOW OF ITS KIND IN AMERICA. Oldest in YearsNewest in Ideas MONDAY NIGHT A lll7llr 'The Girl He Couldn't Buy" lue "The Bean Hotel" With Singing and DanciDR Chorua ' SPECIAL EXTRAORDINARY FRIDAY (Society) NIGHT "Keep to the Right" Each Monday morning at 1 1 special Band Concert . on the principal street, introducing MASTER WILLIAM MITCHELL, the boy Saxophone Soloist. Account of Th Girl He Couldn't Buy" and "The Bean Hotel" with Chau tauqua feature, running three houra, the curtain will go up at 8:10 prompt OBION COUNTY QUARTERLY COURT Big Bridge Building BilL Miss Luther Indorsed. Bridge and Eoad Orders. Clint Ward, commissioner to as certain cost of opening up road be tween the lands of Wash Wiley and J. A. McCorkle."' A. M. Moultrie and J. W. Buchan an, " commissioners to construct bridge across ditch south of Obion. A. L, Giffin, commissioner to con struct pillow on Deer Creek and drainage ditch and Jacksonville and Fulton road north of J. T. Owen's, cost hot to exceed $100. R. A. Gossom, commissioner to con struct bridge west of the B. B. Jon akin old home place, cost not to exceed J 100. , J. H. Jonakin and C. E. Lowe, commissioners to construct concrete bridge west of Pierce, ccst not to ex ceed $500. J. H. Jonakin, commissioner to construct bridge over slough on Harris levee, cost not to exceed $125. R. L. Andrews and W. M. Sanders, commissioners , to construct bridge across Davidson Creek on public road near R. L. Andrews place. f H. A. Tune, commissioner to re pair levee on Union City and Rives road, cost not to exceed $250. Will Hamblen, fill in public road, Clayton to Walnut Log. S. A. Smith and Dee Caudle, bridge over south fork of Davidson Creek near Dee Caudle's residence. Buck Stewart and Dan Carmack, to complete levee on Troy and Rives road, near Buck Stewart's, cost not to exceed $250. "v., Bates Anderson and C. W. Curry, to repair bridge across the east branch of the north fork of David son Creek on Troy and Rives road, near farm of S. D. Dcnson. H. A. Moore, bridge 326 feet long on No. 7 levee at a cost of $3.50 per foot. County Finance Committee, to Bell pest houses and lands to best advan tage. J. W. Buchanan and R. A. Hutch erson, bridge .on creek two miles north of Obion, cost not to exceed $800. J. L. Holt, re floor covered bridge 'over Reel foot, coot. $150. C. W. Curry, to cut ditch and re pair abutment to bridge near E. M. Brown's, cost $100. . W. T. Stover, to fill under bridge near W. L. Jackson's, cost $25. J. P.' Cloar and A. B. Campbell, to build. levee on Union City and Rives road near A. B. Campbell's, cost $100. W. A. McNeil, to complete mid die levee east of Rives, cost $250. Road leading from Hickman to Protemus to be made wider near Litehford's and Nipp's. Court endorsed the work of Miss Eva Luther, county demonstrator In household economics. 1 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. S. 9. 0. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. Venire for January Court. J. C. Covington, E. E. Jonakin, J. W. Roberts, R. T. Pruett. Jas. Grooms, W. W. Thomas. Knox Harper. E. L. Hauser. J. H. Watkins, Jim Reeves. John F. Inman, J. W. Ponder.' John Hinson, Joh'nC. Walker. C. F. Flowers, J. H. Anderson. J. M. Call, J. P. Yates. R. A. McDaniel, E. H. Russell. John Finch, A. B. West. R. A. Rogers, D. L. Chambers. S. R. Bratton, Charley Thornton. Gibb Fox, Frank Lawson, J. H. Beaird, G, R. Berry. Charley Parks, B. B. Jonakin. J. P. Attendance. ........ .$195.55 A. L. Giffin, Alwyn Breward, J. B. Bruer, J. A. Jackson, W. A. Mc Neill, W. E. Shropshire, T. P. Palmer, J. W. Yarbrough, T. W. Cunningham, C. W. Curry, W. M. Sanders, H. H. Hunt; J. A. Howard, C. M. Mont gomery, P. H. Carroll, W. M. Freed, C. P. Caldwjll,- E. H. Rusell, W. W. Pierce, J. BSkinner, J. D. McBride, R. B. Gantlett, W. J. Davidson, K. Reynolds, A. K. Wells, Bob Fox, A. M. Moultrie, J. W. Buchanan, G. W. Robey, J. H. Jonathan, ST A. W. Robey, J. H. Jonakin, S. A. Mc- dade, H. A. Moore, W. T. Stover, S. R. Bratton, J. W. McCorkle. APPROPRIATIONS. Books, Printing, Etc. Mansiiall & Bruce Co.. .... .$349.87 The Commercial. 103.82 Union City .Printing Co.... . 91.25 M. Brice. .............. 66.00 McQuiddy Printing Co 119.86 Brandon Printing Co....... 125.96 Total............ $846.76 ... J. M. Hickman. Board prisoners July, Aug. Sept.... ...$649.00 - Bridges, Levees, Will Burlington J. H. Todd., Armstrong and DeBow. Geo. Kersey. J. E. Park.... W. O. Stafford. .. Joe Jackson Bank of Hornbeak . . . . . Mr. Nevells J. B. Thompson....... Joe Hurt Dee Jones. G. C. Hazelrigg. ....... H. . E. Roberts. . . ... . R. C. Jones W. L. Willingham...;; C. E. Bushart....... , . S. G. Carman, ........ Meacham & Arnold... j; JW. Hilf Forcum James Co...... Taylor Warren . . M. Foster .......... Repairs .............. B. Cooley.... C. M. Curry.. Henry Haley.......... Davis & Poyner W. J. Erwin John R. Webb. . . '. T. L. Bransford Sons. . . . Vincennes Bridge Co. . . . . Dick Johnson. H. W. Howard. E. Rogers .' John R. Littleton. H. B. Fleming. . . ... . . McAdoo Construction Co, W. Jolly D. Hickman Walter Roberts. J. M. Foster Orange Davis .......... Farmers Bank Rives Levee work B. E. Janes. . L. A. Ward Joe Hurt..... Wade and Moore....... R. C. Jones. Joe Green j . . W. J. Erwin. J. W. Chapel... Fred Curlin... H. M. P endergrass'. .... M. A. Ashley Bradley Garrett ........ Bill Bell.' M A. Gaulden.... ..... Total , Miscellaneous. T. L. Bransford Sons... Harpole-walker Furn. Co. Nallling-Keiser Hardware Disinfectant .......... J. B. Waddell. bond Issue Sion Williams, coffin. . . . McAdoo' Coal Co F. C. Wehman". . . .... . . J. W. Duke..... Morgan Verhlne Co R. H. Bond tax books. . . . I.' S. Kirby Western Hospital;..... Mollie Littleton, nurse.. Thomas Grocery Co W. H.Forrester, supplies Dr. J. S. Roland Sundries Tax refund Max Wigdor Poorhouse Comrs Mrs Fannio Fleming. . . . Rice Furn. Co. . ." J. L.' Wheeler, groceries. Conveyance to Asylum . . Sept term Circuit Court. . Bond Election. General Registration .... Etc. .$ 17.00 ; 253.97 . 40.00 . 109.35 . 100.00 410.00 6.00 , 400.00 107.35 534.00 380.32 60.00 50.00 60.25 13.35 ; . 30.00 235.10 650.00 40.00 16.00 75.00 12.03 . 325.89 14.2 14.00 30.00 . 29.50 50.00 22.00 15.75 347.66 1235.00 17.00 30.00 - 193.90 20.00 122.30 277.11. 425.00 116.76 16.00 140.00 62.97 2500.00 163.50 45.77 317.10 1200.00 35.10 80.50 23.00 24.00 60.00 25.00 110.00 390.30 10.50 2566.75 .$14,595.30 Co. $ 77.73 22.50 67.60 20.00 28.10 16.00 aoo 19.15 6.00 7.85 788.64 73.93 265.35 26.00 17.60 7.26 t2.00 8.25 4.75 4.15 250.00 6.00 15.00 23.30 30.00 960.80 95.00 99.00 Total..... $2964.85 Grand Total. . ... $19,251.46 More Equipment. Many towns now havo a regula tion that automobiles must vpark within four inches of the cub." "What of It?" "Nothing, only I suppose an offi cer, in addition to his equipment of badge, billy and revolver, must now carry a tape measure." To abort a cold and prevent com plications, take The purified and refined calomel tablets that are nausealess, safe and sure. Medicinal virtues retain ed and improved. Sold only in sealed packages. Price 35c. r f n i m a f hft r ii i l l f ii i n it w v III w W i ' il U U. A IM - Iji Fop We have a few extra good values in extra good, well i m proved farms, ranging: in size from 65 to 200 acres. Come at once and let us show you. Choate-Holmes Real Estate Co. Trenton, Tenn. Doors Windows Roofing LUMBER Flooring Ceiling Shiplap Cypress Shingles, The EVERLASTING Kind Our stock of Lumber, Doors, Windows, Locks and Hinges Slate Surfaced Roofing is complete and the best quality, You get Full Count, Reasonable Prices and Satisfaction. n ' ' l. : i uur siocK u wuiui uic money, TROY LUMBER CO. TROY. je Phone 25 & TEHNESSEE Seccessors to Settle Lumber Cd M r Mil oik Msi f tmtv (Pn We have one of the best equipped Battery Repair plants m the country. Repair and rebuild Vehicle Batteries, Privat Lighting and starting Batteries of any make or type. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. Home Phone 48 Cumberland Phone 195 WASHINGTON ANENUE UNION CITY, TENN t) i DADDY WILL 5URE.LV Bt FLCASEO WITH THE WAr THIJ COAL BAKtS BREAD CD The Housewife Can't Be Happy If The Oven Is Cold. POOR COAL-COLD OVEN BAD BREAD TROUBLE OUR COAL-HOT OVEN GOOD BREAD-HAPPY HOME Which Do You Choose? TRY OUR WASHED NUT ' rrr The Commercial $1.00. And worth it.