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AUTOMOBILE OWNERS, ATTENTION!
Automobile rates on insurance policies have been greatly reduced. The small towns do not have to pay for the city losses. Car owners cannot afford to take the risk when, for a small premium, they can be protected. . , ' We will be glad to explain this, protection. Jno. T. Walker & Co. PHONE 118. : : : : UNION CITY, TENN. CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE. Residence property; some cash and long time on balance. 25-tf Sam Chahdler. FOR SALE First-class upright piano. Address D. A. N., this office. 27-3t-pd ' FOR SALE Six-room dwelling house on Palmer street. Lights and water, lot 63x127. This office. FOR SALE. A beautiful gentle pony, and buggy and harness. Call Cumberland Phone 262. 29-lt FOR SALE: Two nice cottages on east Church street. Splendid neigh borhood. Inquire Mrs. Ella Cathey, FREE TRIP to oil fields of north west Burke-Burnett extension. See Hiram Wibanks for plans and how to get this trip. 28-4t-pd FOR SALE Seven thoroughbred re aristered Hampshire ewes, five two year old and two spring lambs, Thos. L. Bransford, Union City, Tenn. 28-2t LOST. Last May, one cow from our pens. 'If you know of a, stray cow, Mr. W. W. Brady of pulton can give description. Liberal reward. REYNOLDS PACKING CO. LOST Bracelet watch, Elgin movement, initials L. L. . C. Cord hand. Reward offered. Preston Hampton, R. F. D. No. 3, Union City Tenn. 28-lt-pd FOR QUICK SALE Two cottages on Exchange street, convenient to tne school and churches, four or five rooms with water and light and outhouses, Easv terms. Apply to CHAS. W MILES, Jr. 26tf FOR SALE. Six acres of land on East Church street, Union City, Tenn with a seven room residence and other improvements. Long term payments riven. Enquire Mrs. Ella Cathey. 621 East Church street. 25-tf FOR SALE Good, large house well located, with all modern con venience, large lot and lots of shade Worth ever dollar asked. Apply or Address Mrs. G. A. Gibbs. R. F. D No. 4. Rural phone. ' PIANO TUMNG. Call any of the music teachers regarding my work, Phone 443-w. 28-tf D. A. HIPPS, HEMSTITCHING. Prices : Cot ton goods,"per yard, 10 cent; silk eo&ds. 15 cents: woolen goods, 10 cents. 29-tf MRS. R. B. MLLNER, 504 Fifth St. Salesman Wanted. Lubricating Oil, Grease, Special ties, Paint. Part or whole time Commission basis. Man with car or rig preferred. RIVERSIDE REFINING COMPANY Cleveland, Ohio, FOR SALE One modern bungalow and building lot on corner of First and Palmer St. Two houses and lots on Mill St. For prices and particulars, see H. P. Taylor, Nailling Building, or phone 207W. ' , 27tf FOR SALE. One second-hand upright two- horse boiler. One cast iron hog scalding tub. Three large lard or wash kettles as gaad as new. All will be sold a bargain. Will pay farmer or a community of farmers to put this hog scalder in a furnace and fix up right for killink hogs.- REYNOLDS PACKING CO. FARM FOR SALE My farm in District No. 7 of Obion County, one- fourth mile east of Sboffner, with main line of N., C. and St. L. Railway run ning through it, containing 250 acres, about 170 acres under fence, balance in timber. Farm well tiled with three car loads of tile, and some open ditches, good level soil, two sets of houses, one good barn. .Will sell on easy terms to the right parties. See me any time on the place. Come and look the farm over. 25tf JOHN L. GOODWIN. THIS FARM is the only large property on the market right in town. 265 acres, 100 of which is flat, balance table land.. 42 acres inside corporation ot Batesville, Miss., a town of 1,200 people.. The crops are good, the location ideal.. Seven min utes walk to I. C. depot.. Has never been offered for sale for past 15 years. Will go quick.. Wire me when to meet you. ; Price $75.00 per acre, terms. ' B. E. SOOTHE. Batesville, Miss. FOR POTATO STORAGE room call G. W. Tucker, phone 436-J. ' ' 2S-3t-pd FOR SALE Overland 90, first class condition. Big bargain. . 29-it TEMPLE MOTOR CO.- FOR SALE House and lot, corner. East Church and Cemetery streets. Lot 75x115, good outhouses, good six-room house, story and half, solid foundation. Concrete walks, gutter ing and curbing paid for; Apply to W. H. LANZER. 11-tf. I a m in the Shop business again at my old stand in Union City and want everybody that has Buggy work to do come and see me before going elsewhere. . I will give you a fair deal. A. H. BRIGGS. 2-t ,' FOR SALE-r-One 8-room hoUse, all modern equipments, arranged con veniently to rent rooms or apart ments. Can make interest on invest ment and live in it; also one 6-room bungalow, built only a few years ago, modernly arranged and equipped. Both houses and churches. Apply at residence, 216 North Ury street, or phone 350-w. 28-tf FOR SALE. 450 acres, two miles west of Tupelo on Belden Pike, excellent residence in grove, electric lights, water works and every modern convenience, good barns and 40 acres of hog pasture sodded in bermuda, 200 acres of heavy trinity silty clay loanTand Is good alfalfa and corn land, 200 acres of second bottom land makes good cotton, lespedeza, red or crimson clover, an excellent proposition at one hundred dollars an acre. Write TUPELO REALTY CQ., Tupelo, Mlas, 22-tf. PUBLIC SALE. Having sold my farm I will offer for sale at public auction, on my place 2 1-2 miles northeast of Clayton on Friday, Oct. 17, 1919 about head horse, about 4 head mares, 2 mule colts, 11 head cattle, 9 head shoat8, 3 brood sows, 1 sow and pigs, 27 head Cots wold sheep, about 3 cultivators, one 3-horse breaking plow and equalizer, one 3-horse har row, one disk harrow, 1 corn planter, 1 wheat drill, 1 binder and other items. Also a few pieces of house' hold furniture. Sale begins at 10 o'clock promptly. Terms: $10 and under cash. All over $10 on credit of twelve months with approved security. E. M. Bruer. T, R. Clark Ceo. D. Clark CLARK & SON TRANSFER CO. Succeuori to T. R. Clark General Transfer Service Baggage transferred to any part of the city. Complete equippment, prompt service. Thanking you for past favors and soliciting a contin uance of your patronage, we are Yours to serve, Clark & Son Tra nsfer Co 9 I ODAK PICTURE 2 FOLDING CAMERAS 2?A8- PRIZES- OPEN TO EVERYONE yOU CM tHTER 2 PICTURES EACH MONTH TO 6ET THE BEST PRIMTS V& Poplar 8LUrr..M0l WRITE .FOR RULES AND PRICES OUR HARDWARE STANDS HARD WEAR' WHOSE HARDWARE? FRANK C. WEHMAJVS l up TRUSTEES SALE OF YALUAEIE - PROPERTY. The undersigned, in order to make a division, as Trustee will sell to the highest bidder at public outcry at Gibbs, Tennessee, on Oct. 25, 1919 at 2 o'clock p. m., the Ward Hotel Property at Gibbs Tennessee, this is the hotel building, and about an acre of land upon which same is located. The sale will be for one half cash, balance in twelve months at six per 'cent' interest. Possession will not be given before the first of the year 1920. This Sept. 23, 1919. . J. R. OLIVER. J. W. S. WARD, Trustee Lannom & Stanfield, Att'ys. Union City. Tenn. ' 29-3t D. W. Harper, Att'y., Martin, Tenn. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Mrs. Herman Stanfield has heen quite sick thio week. Miss Tabbie Stanfield has returned from a visit to Middle, Tennessee. Miss Audrey Dickson, of Ruther ford, vas a visitor here this week. Mis3 Mary Sims Bragg, of Gleason was a shopper and visitor this week. We have just received October Re cords. Harpole-Walker Furn. Co. . Miss Holland, Paducah, and Mi3S Boos Choate. of Hickman, wero in tho city Monday. Dr. and Mrs. E. M. Long and chil dren, were in Obion Saturday visit relatives and friends. Miss Mamie Temple, who is teach ing in the Huntingdon city schools, was a visitor heme Sunday. Mr. Chas. Lemon, of Tiptonville, was a visitor this week with his sis ter, Mrs., Oscar Beckman, in thercity Mrs. Mattle Mangrum, of Decatur, Ala., is a visitor here this week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. & Lamb. Mr. Chas. Witherspocn, of Nash ville, was a guest this week of Mr. and Mrs. Clem Burdlck, First street, north. Mrs. C. H. Corum and baby, Char lie Simpson, are in Selmer, Tenn., this week visiting relatives and friends. Ton can find everything in the dry goods line at cut prices at Phil Hy man't Cut-price Store. We lead in prices others follow, s Mis3 Margaret Fleming, of Collier ville, Tenn,. was a visitor in the city this week in the home of Miss Callie Howell. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Davidson leave to-day. going to Lubbock, Texas to visit the family cf their son, H A. Davidson. At the first sign of back pains, twinges In the kidney regions, use Solvax tablets. Guaranteed by Oli ver's Red Cross Drug Store to give satisfaction- or money refunded. Rev. and Mrs. J. Randall Farris leave this week for Lawrenceburg, Va., thence to Cincinnati to attend the National Convention of the Church of Christ. Ml-O-Na, that's the came of tne best prescription ever written for in digestion or stomach distress. Guar anteed by Oliver's Red Crops Drug Store. i Major R. K. Whitson, of the U. S. Army, is one of the most recent ar rivals from France, and is in the city visiting the family of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Whitson. Miss May Brown, who has lately been located in Clarksville, Miss., vo understand, is a patient in the Lucy Brinkley Hospital, Memphis, probably for surgical treatment. Best grades of gingham in all co lors and beautiful designs, the kind that sells for 40 cents per yard at Phil Hyman's Cut-price Store. We lead in prices others follow. Mr Dewitt Caruthers, who has been in the express service for some time, has resigned, we understand, and is now on tho road as traveling salesman for one of the leading to bacco manufacturing concerns. Mr. Ned F. Joyner was in Memphis Wednesday buying a line of shoes for Corum & Jackson. : Miss Lorene Carter was a visitor in Memphis yesterday, meeting her sister there from Greenwood, Miss. Little Miss Harriet Pardue, of Mem phis, is in the city visiting her grand mother, Mrs. F. W. Pardue. Miss Portia Rogers has returned from Memphis after a year or more in "that city, and is here again with the Singer Sewing Machine Co. . - Don't wait too long for your re cords. We got only a part of our allotment. Harpole-Walker Fum. Co. Mr. Robert Driskill, who Las been attending school at Macon, Ga., taking a special course in pharmacy, has ar rived home. He completed the course and was awarded a certificate by the State Board at Atlanta Monday. j 13 Hill WHITE PEOPLE HOT SAVED THIS IS ONE OF THE PRESSING STATE MISSION PROBLEMS IN THE SOUTHLAND. THE SITUATION IS OUTLINED Baptist 75 Million Campaign Has Ap portioned $11,000,000 To Be Em ployed During the Next Five Years in Meeting Need. Within the eighteen states compris ing the territory of the Southern Bap tist -convention are 13,000,000 white peo ple who are not only not identified with any church, but who do not claim to be christians, according to informa tion gathered by the Baptist 75 Mil Jon Camapign. To try and reach these people with the gospel is one of the aims of the campaign and to meet the problem the state mission organiza tion in the various states will set themselves. To help these organiza tions in meeting that problem the sum of $11,000,000 has been apportioned from the total of $75,000,000 that is sought for all purposes, and during the next five years the state mission forces will seek to reach these mil lions of people right here at home with the gospel and enlist them in some phase of christian work. According to this same source of in formation, it is learned that there are 3,391 towns and villages in the South with a population of 200 or more in which there are no Baptist church or ganizations or no Baptist houses of worship. Inasmuch as these towns in fluence more or less the surrounding territory an effort will be made to reach them and the territory sur rounding them during the five-year program of the Baptists, It is an nounced. There are seventy-four county seats m the South without a single Baptist :hurch or meeting house, it has b'een, iscertained by the campaign head luarters. By reason of the large num ber of public officials residing there, ind the large number of people who go there from every section of the ;ounty to attend the sessions of the various courts, pay their taxes' and the like it is regarded that the county teat towns are of especial importance and it Is hoped that before the next five years have passed there will be an active Baptist church In every county-seat in the South. Engaged in the work of state mis sion at present are 1424 missionaries, and while this may seemllke a reason able number, whan the vast territory to fee served is considered It has been found that fully 1,000 extra men and women are needed at once, for in ad dition to reaching the people who ars not christians there are many weak, struggling churches which need assist ance and whose members need devel opment. In the several states of the Southern Baptist convention, for in stance, there are 9,000 churches wjth a membership of many thousand which give but very little to any interest of the denomination and which are doing but very small things for the uplift of their communities. In addition to these very weak churches, many of which have no pas tor, there are in the various states a total of 19,688 churches which have preaching services only once a month. 3,000 churches which have serviceu enly once a month, and only about 2,200 full time churches. Part of the $11,000,000 apportioned for state mis sions will go to the strengthening of the weak churches and the bringing of them to full-time pastorates where possible. " Leaders in the campaign bare sought to care for every interest of the denomination in the $75,000,000 that is asked in cash and five-year pledges during Victory Week, Novem ber 30-December 7, when the final drive will be made, but they recognize that the future development of the church depends in a great measure upon the development of the churches at home which is the peculiar task of state missions. - WILSON TO THE NORTHWEST President Rests For Day and Then Starts on Lengthy and Stren uous Tour. Des Moines, la. After a day's rest In Des Moines, President Wilson start ed into the "northwest for a week of speech-making there in the, interest pf the peace treaty. His schedule for six days will take him through every state that borders Canada west of the lakes and will end at the Pacific coast. Fighting In Kronstadt. London. There has been severe fighting in the streets and public squares of Kronstadt Boost Postal Wages. Washington. Flat increase of $160 In the annual wares of all nostoffice employes is provided by a bill passed by the House and sent to the Senate. The Increase is retroactive to July- 1 last, and affects approximately 250,000 employes. - JBIG """if innnn r VTMT X m i All Nest Weeh" Starting Iflnnrlnu IVIUIIUdV, HEPfflT Change of play nightly High Class Vaudeville A GREAT JAZZ OR CHESTRA 3O--PE0PLE--3O , POPULAR PRICES Tent on Ligon Lot Fresh Gar lime To-Day Just received big car Kosmos and a big car Lehigh Portland Cement. Also car nice common brick and car press brick In fact, we have on hand at present full stock of fire brick, grate backs, sand gravel, plaster, Plaster Paris, mortor colors, hydrated lime, water proofing and Louisville Star Brand Cement (common cistern cement in barrels). Wire lathes are advanc ing some. Stucco that house in stead of painting it. Both Phones 28 You Owe it to Yourself to Have Your Hogs Vaccinated by an Expert. OUR "nDDRCPMTATlVR J HARRY L. GOSS Has had years of experience in the production and use Of ANTI-HOQ-CHOLERA SERUM AND VIRUS. He holds Permit No. 1488. All our Serum is put out under the Producer's Original Label. We are not Jobbers. See Mr. Goss for Prices. White Cross Serum Co. Phones: Coniiserlaod 395w and 39; Heme ran o flnf 1 Oth Ubl. I Ulll I BRANSFORD SOUS 186 Union City, Tenn;