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Come to us just this ONE SEASON for your
furnishings from hose to head. The high qual
ity of our goods Will become better known to
you the longer you wear them.
When WE furnish ail of your furnishings one
seasor you will always come to our store for
To KNOW our store means to make it your
store. ' .': '
Suppose you "try it once."
' Wear our good "Nifty" clothes
BIG GIN BURNS.
W. 0. CLAGETT CO.
Real Estate Transfer.
Herbert Stone and wife to Jim
Campbell, Interest In 15 acres in No.
T. G. Speight et al. to W. P. Beard,
206 acres in No. 15, J2,0t. ,
W. M. Jackson to J. L. Ross, lot in
No. 16, $1,000.
J. H. Harrison et al. .to W. W
Crowder, lotB in No. 5, $175.
J. S. Johnson to E. H. Johnson, 35
acres in No. 9, $3,509.
J. E. Starks and wife ta J; M,
Starks, 3 acres in No. 9, $82.56.
T. B. Grady and wife to T. W. Jer
nigan, 123 acres in No. 1, $6,000.
Mrs. L. A. Joyner to T. W. Jerni
gan, 30 acres in No. 6, $2,566.
Forty transfers were filed Satur
day, conveying oil leases on property
In No. 16 to the Fulton Oil & Gas
Mrs. C. E. Trovathan was the
week-end guest of Mrs. H. G. Lillard,
Arlington, Ky. ,
You will be cold this winter if
you don't get one of our blankets.
Harpole-Walker Furn. Ce.
Troy Passers Win Twice.
Troy, Tenn., Nov. 15. The girls'
basketball team and, the boys' team
of the Troy High School played the
Martin High School yesterday on the
Martin indoor court, resulting in an
easy victory for Troy by a score of
38 to 1 for the glrp' team and 56 to
5 for the boys team. Both Troy
High1 School teams are anxious to
play the best teams in West Tennes
Card of Thanks.
We wish to express our sincere ap
preciatlon to our many friends who
were so thoughtful and kind during
the sickness and death of our dear
mother, Mrs. Bettie Pickering. ..May
God's richest blessings be upon you,
Mrs. W. H. Gardner, after an ex
tended visit with her old friends in
Union City, left Wednesday morning
for her homo in Memphis. She was
the guest of Miss Rhyno Joyner.
Nice line of candy, fruits and
cigars at Forrester's.
COME IN t
QUEENS WARE, tC
ONE OF OUR HANDSOME CARVING SETS AND OUR
SILVER KNIVES. FORKS AND SPOONS WILL ADORN YOUR
TABLE WHEN GUESTS COME TO DINE WITH YOU. WE
ALSO HAVE BEAUTIFUL CHINAWARE FOR YOU.
DO YOU NOT NEEB NEW CUTLERY FOlt YOUR TABLE?
IF SO. COME TO SEE OURS. AND OUR QUEENSWARE.
OUR LOW PRICE AS WELL AS OUR HIGH QUALITY
CUTLERY WILL PLEASE YOUr AND YOU WILL BUY.
WE WILL TELL YOU THE TRUTH ABOUT WHAT WE
OUR HARDWARE WEARS.
Boy and Girl, save thee Yellow Kid Ad. '
On December 24, we will give to tke boy and girl under twelve year of age
having the largest number of &ee ad, one $10.00 rifle and one $10.00 doll. Cut
them all out and bring them to owr store on December 20th.
Roberta Cotton Oil Company Suffers
$5,000 Loss at Troy.
Troy, Tenn., Nov. 15. The large
ginning plant of the Roberts Cotton
Oil Company of this place was dis
covered on fire at an early hour yes
terday and within an hour was a
complete loss. By the efforts of vol
unteer firemen the large warehouse
was saved. Some cotton in the bale
on the railroad platform also caught
fire and was considerably charred,
but, was finally extinguished. The
cause of the fire is unknown, though
it is not thought to be incendiary, as
the owners had ginned out and quit
for the season. The Iocs is cbout
$5,000, covered by insurance.
Death of Infant.
On Sunday, Nov. 7th, 1920, the
death angel winged its way into the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Foulks
and wafted away the soul of their
litle daughter, Mary Frances.
'She had been in their home just
three short weeks, and will be missed
so much, but heaven will be brighter
with her presence.
She leaves a father, mother and
little sister, Sarah Louise, to mourn
The little body was laid to rest
the following day at Shady Grove
Cemetery, with Bro. Cunningham
Mrs. George Newbold tendered a
luncheon Saturday at the Cherokee
Country Club tor Mrs. Roger and
her visiting friend, Mrs. Moss.
This afternoon at the residence of
Dr. and Mrs. Rogers, Laurel avenue,
Miss Edith Rogers and Mrs. Olin
Rogers tendered a tea complimentary
to Mrs. Moss, of Union City, the
guest of Mrs. Olin Rogers and also in
compliment to Mrs. Robert Schriver
(Miss Mary Dooley) a recent bride.
Complimentary to Mrs. Moss, of
Union City, the guest of Mrs. Olin
Rogers, on Saturday at the Cherokee
Country Club Mrs. Newbold enter
tained with a luncheon.
Mrs. B. V. Howard will be hostess
at a tea Friday afternoon arranged
as a special courtesy to Mr. Rogers
and Mrs. Moss.
Mrs. Victor Henderson will com
pliment Mrs. Olin Rogers and her
guest, Mrs. Moss, of Union City, with
a luncheon on Monday at the Y. W.
C. A. tea room.
Mrs. Rogers will give a bridge
party for her guest, Mrs. Moss, on
Mrs. Floyd Haun on Wednesday
will tender a tea tor Mrs. Rogers and
Mrs. Moss. Knoxville Journal and
Money to loan on farm land.
Howard & Burney.
Unloading price on men's heavy
blue shirts at Kirby's. -
I'm wortn $10.00.
Cut me out and take me home.
WEHHAN'S HARDWARE STORE.
There will be a box supper given
at Shady Grove School on Friday
night, Nov. 19. The proceeds will
go for the benefit of the school.
Everybody invited to come. All
the girls and women are cordially in
vited to come and bring a box, and
the boys and men to bring their
There will also be a prize given to
the prettiest girl and one to themg
Tou will have to see our stock
to appreciate the values we are of
fering. Harpole-Walker Furn. Co.
Subscriptions taken for all mag
azines! Mrs. C. L. Ridings, Phone
503. . 34-2t
John T. Cutshall and Mrs. Ella Ar
lington. Joe Hazlerigg and Mrs. Nina Ayle.
Joseph Spalla and Sarah Pal umbo.
' Homer Westbrook and Etherine
Oscar Rhoades and Lula Starks.
Aubrey B. Baker and Eunice M.
Harry H. Straughn and Beatrice
J. Randay Holder and Mary Brook
ins. Fred Munsell and Annie Martin.
T. A. Anderson and Lizzie Joha
son. D'. H. Ellis and Ruth Barker.
J. R. Pearigen and Jessie Novella
Elton Caudle and Ruth Osborne. .
Arch " B. Cravens and Loma L.
Sion White and Thelma Walker.
J. M. Lyon and Mrs. . Zula May
Fuller. , . " -
Allen Garfield.and Theola Burlett.
Jesse Thomas and Gertie McGhee.
Oscar Massey and Alllne Jackson.
A. L. Mayfield and Sallie Wood
ward. Clarence Campbell and Dona Mil
ligan. Boys and girls save the "Xelloir
Kids. They are worth $10.00.
All the latest Victor Records at
Harpole-Walker Furn. Co.
J UulJ IJzaUU 11 LI d
The undersigned, Wallace Moore, will, on
Tuesday, Nov. 23, 1920,
at his residence, 3 1-2 miles northeast of Union City,
Tenn., sell to the highest bidder the following
8-16 International Tractor, Disc Plow, Disc Harrow, Deering Binder, one Hoosier
Wheat Drill, one peering Mower, one Hay Rake, one Sweep Rake, one Manure
Spreader, one Lime Spreader, one Tennessee 2-horse Wagon, one iron wheel 2
horse Wagon, one Black Hawk 2-row Corn Planter, one Disc Cultivator, two Hoe
Cultivators, one Steel Roller, two sets Corn Scratchers, one 2-horse Vulcan Walk
ing Plow, one 1 -horse Vulcan Plow, one Double Shovel, one Corn Harrow, one 14
tooth Harrow, one 3-section iron drag Harrow; one set wagon Scales, complete;
one Fairbanks-Morse Gasoline Engine, one Gasoline Hay Baler, 300 feet water
Piping, one galvanized iron water Tank, one galvanized water Heater, one cut-off
Saw, two cross-cut Saws, one rubber-tire Top Buggy, one old Top Buggy, one set
buggy Harness, one set plow Harness, one set wagon Harness, a lot of small farm
Tools, Sledge Hammers, Iron Wedges, Double and Single Trees, Log Chains, about
200 fe.et Hay Rope, one large work Horse, a lot of Clover and Pea Hay, from 10 to
12 tons of mixed Grass and Pea Hay, one registered Duroc Sow and 8 two-months
old pigs; one registered Sow, heavy with pigs; one Hampshire Sow, heavy with
pigs; two Duroc Grade Sows with pigs, one Berkshire Sow with pigs, one black
and white Sow with pigs, three pure bred Duroc Male Pigs, subject to registration
and ready for service, a bunch of six-months-old Shoats; a lot of Household and
The sale will begin promptly at 10 o'clock a. m., and will continue until completed.
TERMS OF SALE.
Thd Tractor, Disc Plow, Disc Harrow and Hay Baler will be sold on a credit of 6,
12 and 18 months, and all the other property will be sold on credit of 12 months,
for which notes must be executed, bearing interest from date at 6 per centum per
annum, with good solvent securities, such as will pass with either Union City
Bank. All sales amounting to $10.00 or less must be paid in cash, and on all
other sales a discount of 4 per cent will be received if the purchaser prefers to pay
the cash, instead of executing notes for his purchase.
-Dinner will be served on the ground.-
This November 12, 1920.
Frank C. Wehman
THE HONE OF THE MAJESTIC RANGE.
JOHN SAUNDERS, Auctioneer.
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