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NFW RANGE. Come See Our IMPROVED RANGES THE MOST IMPORTANT THING IN YOUR HOME IS YOUR RANGE. ON IT YOU COOK THE FOOD YOUR FAMILY EATS THREE TIMES A DAY. WELL .COOKED FOOD MEANS GOOD HEALTH. THEREFORE. HAVE IN YOUR . KITCHEN THE BEST RANGE YOU CAN BUY. COME IN AND SEE OUR RANGES: YOU WILL BUY ONE AND THANK US FQR TELLING YOU TO DO SO. OUR HARDWARE IS THE BEST IT STANDS THE TEST. Frank Cv Wehman THE HOME OF THE MAJESTIC RANGE. 115 Acres of Land at Auction. Wednesday! Nov. 12, 1919 at 2 p. m., on the Premises at Cruchfield, near Mt. Carmel Church, Sold at auction in Two Tracts of 75 and 40 Acres each. Good improvements; land in high state of cultivation; band to entertain you; ladies are especially invited to attend. If you are interested in a good farm, -near a good High School, convenient to plenty of good churches, see this one be fore sale day. This farm is known as the old Bob Binford farm. Mr. Tom Jackson, on the premises, will take pleasure in' showing you over this farm. No amount has been fixed that this land has got to bring. It sells on your bid, and not ours. We will expect everybody to attend this sale. Every body is insured a good time that attends this sale. If you are intending to to buy a home, you had "better buy now before land goes any higher. Remember, land is going up every day This land will be sold on terms of 10 per cent cash day of sale, balance easy payments. FINCH BROS. LAND & AUCTION CO., Selling Agents HEAIL REGISTERED SHORTHORN CATTLE WILL BE SOLD AT AUCTION At Tri-State Fair Grounds, : MEMPHIS, -TENN. I P. M., Monday, November 17th West Tennessee and Kentucky Shorthorn Breeders' Association The Annual Fall Sale of this Association will be no exception to the precedent which has been established by the Breeders of this Association, both in numbers and in the quality of the cattle to be consigned, consisting of the very best blood lines of both Scotch and Scotch topped. Cows with calves at foot, bred and open heifers, and the choicest lot of herd bulls ever offered at auction in the entire South. These cattle are strong in the blood lines of the best bulls of the breed, consisting of Lespedeza Sultan, Imperial Gloster, BanfFs Marengo, Imperial Sultan, Imperial Brace, Vid mar Villager, and many others; also having records in both the show ring and as a breeder. Don't forget the date, Monday, Nov. 17th, at the -Tri-State Fair Grounds, Memphis, Tenn. Catalog mailed upon request. West Tennessee and Kentucky Shorthorn Breeders' Assiciaticn Cirey H. Jones and G. R. Dawson Auctioneers NEW MARTIN, TENN. J. B, Carpenter, Secretary : Dyersburg, Tenn. $1.01 SPENT FOR EVERY $1 GIVEH RID CROSS HAD . REMARKABLE RECORD OF ECONOMY IN WAR. Mny Glvn In Third Roll Cat' To Go Mainly for Amorlca aiJ Americans. Atlanta, Gal There are two facta about the Third Red Cross Roll Call which campaign leaders in tho south are emphasizing one the fact that the Red Cross has proved its ability and trustworthiness to handle funds In a business-like way, and the other, the fact that the money received In the Third Roll Call will be expended al most wholly in America for the benefit of the American people. When anybody asks whether money given to the Red Cross will ,be frit tered or squandered, campaign speak ers turn to its war record and point to the remarkable fact that for every dol lar given by the American people, f 1.01 went to the actual purpose for which the money was Intended. In other words, each dollar earned two cents interest. One cent of that two cents provided for expenses of administra tion, and the dollar itself and a cent besides went to actual relief work. If the Red Cross could do that in the war, when no organizations and no nations were any too careful or econo mic In the way they spent money. Red Cross workers declare. It is certainly to be believed that the Red Cross will do aa well, at the least, in peace times, and that money given in the Third Roll Call will go, not for expenses, but right where It is most needed and right where the man or woman who gave It wanted it go out when he joined the Red Cross and paid his dollar. As for the exact purpose for which the money will be spent, they quote Dr. Livingston Farrand, national chair man of the Red Cross, who said re rently: ."The American people are not asked for huge sums to pour Into Europe for the relief of stricken peo ples of other countries. Only a com paratively small sum will be set aside for that purpose, and' it only to ad minister supplies already entrusted to the Red Cross by the American gov ernment, not to buy any more supplies. It will be merely toward defraaylng the comparatively light expenses of finish ing a Job already almost completed. By far the greater percentage of the money secured In this oompaign from the American people will be returned directly to the American people In the form of better health and living conditions." Aa a concrete expression of the ap proval of the government of Red Cross methods, more than ten million dollars worth of medical and food supplies have been recently turned over to the Red Cross by the government to be distributed. PACKERS TO BE PROSECUTED Proceedings Before Chicago Grand Jury This Month Spettel Prosecutor Named. Washington. Proceedings under the anti-trust law against the five big Chi cago packers will be presented to the grand jury which will sit in Chicago beginning Sept. 15. Attorney General Palmer announced that John H. At wood of Kansas City has been appoint ed a special assistant to the attorney general to ro operate with Isldor J. Kresel of New York and Charles B. Morrison o Chicago In prosecuting the cases. j GRAND OPENING. Tuesday, November 25, 1919. 2 P. M. to& P. M. You are cordially invited to attend our opening on this date. ... t You wilH see an unusually , nice, up-to-the-minute plant, and the fin est meat products you ever saw. REYNOLDS PACKING CO. Wanted : Five thousand people to attend the Great Opening Tuesday, November 25, from 2 p. m. to 5 p. m. REYNOLDS PACKING CO. The Shimmy Shake. He though he saw two bathers stand ; Beside Anartic breakers; He looked again and saw it was Two shivering shimmy-shakers! "I think you should keep a good watch on your son, Mr. Hlgglns." "Impossible! The boy would break tho thing before he had it half an hour!" London Blighty. A Great Plant. We are making the finest meat pro ducts that can be made, and we are now prepared to take care of the trade in this territory in a satisfac tory manner. The success of our plant means Greater -Union City, Greater Obion County, and better surrounding counties. " ' - . Visit our Big Opening Tuesday, November 25. Seeing! 8 believing. REYNOLDS PACKING CO. . Dedication Service. Bi3hop Atkins will dedicate the! Fir3t Methodist Church in Union Ci ty Sunday morning, Nov. 16, and the public is cordially invited. RIVES. Owing to mud holes and defective bridges caused from the unprecedent ed rains of the past month, our Com munity withdrawns from contests and exhibits in the proposed Com munity Fair at Troy Friday. The cause was a worthy 'one for the school and met with universal ap proval. If a bad beginning makes a good ending, we will be more Success ful next fall. Miss Monita Tribble, of Martin and enroute home from government work in Washington City, was a visi tor the past week, with her cousin, Mis3 Louise Shropshire. v The O. E. S meets in regular ses sion Wednesday afternoon, 2 o'clock sharp. The worthy matron requests donations of canned goods be brought tr sent in at this time, to be packed and sent to Nashville to the Masonic Home. Mrs. Holland Bittick reports her daughter, Mrs. Tom Joyner, hold ing her own against a serious opera tion some ten days past in St Thomas Hospital. Nashville. Mosdame8 Monroe Underwood, Bliss, Press and Gus Callicott were guests Tuesday with Mrs. E. L. Mitch- el in Union City. It was a return Natal day with Mrs. Mitchel, who we are told received unexpectedly several kind remembrances from friends and relatives. Mrs. E. H. White visited Kenton, while Dr. White was on the Lake the past week. Last Sabbath morning Rev. J. L. Boyd delivered a second very rous ing, sermono the forward move ment in missions. Pledgo cards were circulated among the members. What with the sermon, the pledge cards and the members, the gist of the matter proved in the course of a few minutes, an over-the-top quota of more than two thousand dollars. By special invitation Mrs. W. J. Caldwell visited in Kenton last Fri-:!.-y, guest of MrsrC. R. Wade, hos tess to the Elizabeth Marshall Mar tin Chapel of the Daughters of the iRevolution. Visitors over in the County Seat Mcnday, were Mcsdames McAdoo Harris, T. A. Cummings and Misses Mary Bollo Cummings and Miss Mis si e Harris. The Book Lovers Club meets Sat urday afternoon with "Mrs. Cothon Bonner. The constitution and by laws of. this club are vory rigid, the membership is Jimited to twenty. New members coming in by ap plication. Miss Catherine Bryan of Union City was an end of the week guest with! the Misses Cummings. Mr. Aymard of Pine Bluff, Ark., was over Sunday visiting his better half. Mesdames Bud Elam and Will Holloway are reported on the con valescent Kst. ' Mrs. Jane Wade and Miss Martha Wade visited in town Tuesday. Prof. Cravens has purchased the Ollie Dickey property on Caldwell avenue known as the Brybon house. The house is now being repaired and a few changes mads. The fami ly moves in next week. CALDWELL-KIRK A quiet little wedding was much a suprioe last Sunday afternoon, November 2, the bride being Miss Lois Kirk, a charming young daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Kirk. She has quite a large circle of friends who wish them heartiest congratula tion. The groom who was one of Uncle Sams great men of honor for a short while is Mr. Frank Calvin, a well known citizen of Obion, the couple being two of Obion's best teachers, who will finish the Cobb Chapel school which Mr. Caldwell is now the principal. He was unfor tunate to lose his assistant and more fortunate to have to help to finish the school. Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell rode to Troy to Rev. R. E. White's and Rev. White made them "Two hearts that beat as one." Th happy couple will go to their new home near Fremont alter tney have finished their school. We extend to them our heartiest congratulations and may heir path be strewn with roses instead of thorns. PREPAREDNESS. This is the slogan of the wise man. Stock are continually exposed to cuts, wounds, scatches, etc. The man who is prepared has his healing remedy on hand to stop all chances .f tiinnri nnip.on. - Farris' Healing Re medy is1 Highly Antiseptic. - It is economical. One 60c bottle make3 $2.00 worth of a healing oil or oint ment. Money refunded if you are not satisfied. v Frank C. Wehman, Union City, Tenn. T. A. Cummings, Rives, Tenn. Guy & Peery, Polk, Tenn. FOR SALE.- One two story 10 room hotise, on lot 100x133 ft. Sewer connected, elec tric light, toilet and bath. Corner 3rd and Gibbs streets. Also about 3 1-2 acres in bearing Orchard and Poultry Yard, outside corporation limits. O. DIRCKS, UNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION 0 Director General of Railroads Nashville, Chattanooga & Saint-Louis Railway Co-Operative Marketing Service The Marketing Division of the Traffic Department of the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railroad and associated lines will furnish to persons desiring to purchase the names and addresses of the owners of the following : FOR SALE Alfalfa Mammnth Red Ranltn. Sweet. White. Alsike. Burr and Crim son Clover Seed in any quantity; Rape, and Barley seed in any quantity; Sundried Cooking and Eating Apples; Baskets; Coops; Crates; Giant Stringless, Bountiful, Birdeye Navy, Red and Brown Kidney, Truckers' Reward and Gurney's Everbearing Rust Proof Bean seed, any quantity; Honey Bees; Beet Pulp, Bran, Shorts, Rice Bran and Polish, and Tankage in any quantity; Canned Apples; Canned Beans; Empty Cans; Holstein, Aberdeen Angus, Hereford, Jersey, Short horn and Grade Bulls, Cows, Heifers and calves; White Milling and Ear Corn; Neal's Paymaster, Webb Improved Watson and Tennessee Red Cob Seed Corn; Butter: Collie Pups; Mixed feeds; Flour; Orchard, Blue and Red Top Grass seed in any quantity; Alfalfa, Soy Bean, Clover Timothy Hay in any quantity; Percheron and Grade Colts, Mares and Stallions; 16 to 20 H. P. Steam Traction Engine; 20 H. P., Coal Oil Engine; 6 H P. Coal Oil Engine; Corn and Bean Planter; Silo Filler; Oat Sprouter; Cut off Saw and 12 H. P. Gasoline Engine; Inoculation Culture for Legumes; Registered and Grade Jacks; Agricultural Limestone; Raw Ground Phosphate Rock; Cotton Seed, Velvet Bean and Peanut Meal in any quantity; Sorghum Molasses; Mules; Nursery Stock; Red Rust Proof, Fulg hum and Winter Turf Seed Oats in any quantity; Chestnut Poles; Chestnut, Cedar and Locust Fence Posts; Ancona, Andalusian, Bantam, Cornish, Orpington, Plymouth Rock, Rhode Island Red, Sussex, Silver Campine and Wyandotte Poultry; ueese; Tumeys; uoiswoiu, uuma, nuivun;, u. shire, Southdown and Grade Sheep; Sweet and 'Irish Potatoes; Berkshire, Duroc Jersey, Hampshire, Poland China and Grade hogs; "Dark fired To bacco; Heater Wood. To producers will be furnished on application the names and addresses of persons by whom the following commodities are WANTED Alfalfa, Crimson, Alsike, Mammoth, Red and White Clover Seed; Bar ley. Soy Bean, Cane, Millet,Red Oat, Cow Peas, Rape Rye, Vetcto and Wheat Seed; Blue, Orchard and Red Top Grass Seed; Eating. Sundried and cooking Apples; Honey Bees; Bran, Shorts and Tankage; Canned Corn;. Canned Tomatoes; Grade Feeder Cattle; Guernsey, Hereford, Holstein, Jersey and Shorthorn Bulls, Cows and Heifers; Ear Corn; Hickory King, Tenn , Red Cob and Neal's Paymaster Seed Corn; Butter; Stable Manure; Dried Fruit; Goats; Alfalfa, Sweet Clover, Timothy, Millet, Clover and Red Top Hay; Hominy; Honey; Gang Plow and Harrow; Steam Tractor; Ensilage Cutter; Gasoliife and Oil Engine; Traction Engine; Gasoline Engine; Saw Rig; Lime Pulver;- Kraut; Cotton Seed, Peanut and Velvet Bean; Meal; Sorghum Molasses; Peanuts; Locust and Cedar Posts; Irish and Sweet Potatoes; Eggs for Market; R. C. and S. C. White and Brown Leghorn, Plymouth Rock, Rhode Island Red, Sussex and Wyan dotte Poultry; Southdown, Shropshire, Hampshire and Grade Sheep; Straw; Duroc Jersey, Hampshjre and Poland China Hogs; Header Wood. 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, peanut and soya bean oil manufacture will be mailed to any address upon request. Address L. P. B E L L A H, General Agent, Nashville, Tennessee. VULCANIZING I am now fully equipped with the latest improved machinery to do vulcanizing. I repair Tires, Tubes, Rubber Boots, Shoes, Hats, Water Bottles, or anything made of rubber.. All work guaranteed and prices reasonable. W. M. Hollister, at Reece Alexander's Garage Repairing, Taxi Service, Auto Supplies. Distributor for the celebrated Goodrich Silvertown Cord Tires, Also Fabric Tires, Justa and Monkey-Grip Tire Patch. Both Phones 192 UNION CITY, TENN. You Owe it to Yourself to Have Your Hogs Vaccinated by an Expert. OUR REPRESENTATIVE mfc HARRY L. GOSS Has had years of experience In the production and use of ANTI-HOG-CHOLERA SERUM AND VIRUS. He holds Permit No. 1488. All our Serum is put out under the Producer's Original Label. We are not White Cross Phones: Cumberland 395w and 39; Home. The Commercial-$1.00. And worth it. Rye, Timothy, Turnip, Vetch, Wheat Serum Co. 186 Union City, Tenn.