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That a Big- Third Saturday will be born to Union City March 18. In the future THIRD SATURDAY will be like First Monday-a BIQ DAY in Union City. Don't fail to visit the following- Stores and Business Firms. SEE SHOW WINDOWS: Ay Our F races Aire K I. S. Kirby Corum & Jackson Reece Alexander Union City Lumber Co. Averitt Electric Co. Miss Sarah Flanary Shatz Bros. R. A. Pardue R. H. Rust S. D. Woosley A. . Kirkland Nailling-Keiser Hdw. Co. Cash Grocery Co. Blue Bell Dry Cleaning Co. Kaufman's Low Price Store J. C. Burdick Roper's Floral Shop Gem Cafe Pathe Music Co. Chas. Dietzel, Jeweler Alexander Coal Co. H. A. McElroy Co. Morgan-Verhine Co. Motor Sales & Service Co. Jackson & Ward C. L. Andrews V. E. White E. L. Gish , " E. L. King & Co. Hamilton's Cafe' W. D.Tune S. T. Denton & Son. Citizens Auto Co. Martin Schmidt Forrester & Darnell Phil Hyman's Cut Price Store Brody Bros., Successors. W. G. Clagett Co. Shatz & Byer Union City Steam Laundry and Greenhouse Bruer & McDaniel Mrs. F. E. Arnn McHugh Battery Co. Woodfin Bros. Grocery ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Having qualified as administrator of the estate of Mrs. Mittie C. Haus er, deceased, all persons having claims against said estate are hereby notified to file the same, duly authen ticated as prescribed by law with the County Court Clerk of Obion County on or before July 1, 1922, or the same will be barred both in law and equity. All persons owing the estate are notified to como forward and set tle. 50-4t This March 8, 1922. W. P. SHORE, Admr. m m m Here is your opportunity to Insure egainst embarrassing errors in spelling, pronunciation and poor choice of words. Know the meaning of puzzling war terms. Increase your efficiency, which results in power and success. WEBSTER'S NEW INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY is an oil-knowing teacher, a universal question answerer, mado to meet your needs. It i9 in daily use by hundreds of thousands of suc cessful men and women the world over. 406,000 Words. 2700 Pages. 6000 Il lustrations. 12,000 Biographical En tries. 30,000 Geographical Subjects. CRAND PRIZE, (Highest Award) Panama-Pacific) Exposition. REGULAR and ISDIA PAPER Editions. WRITE for Specimen Pages. FREE Packet Maps if you name tbis paper. G. & C. MERRIANI CO., Springfield, Mass., U. S. A. jj ::s:::i;::i:;:;::i::::::"iEg5ffl Makes Hens Lay Geta the eggs in any weath er. It is easily given in the f.d nrf doesn't force or hurt the hen in any way. Don Sung is a real tonic. Try it if it doeant pay for itself and pay you a good profit besides, your money will be promptly refunded. Trial size 50 cents. Incubator and Eooders. WEHMAN'S HAEDWAKE ST0BE. NOTICE. All persons desiring to bid for the contract of cutting the grass in the city cemeteries will please file sealed bids with the chairman of the cem etery committee on or before March 18, 1922, that they may have due consideration. The committee reserves the right to reject any and all bids. J. WALKER KERR, Chairman Cemetery Committee. NOTICE. All persons desiring to bid for the sanitary contract from April 1, 1922, to April 1, 1923, will please file sealed bids with the Board of Mayor and Aldermen on or before March 21, 1922, that they may have due con sidcration. The board reserves the right to reject any an.d all bids. J. C. BURDICK, SR., Chairman Sanitary Committee. City Taxes. At a call meeting of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen of Union City, Tenn., held Feb. 28, it was decided to extend the date for final payment of taxes to April 1, and that all taxes unpaid would become delinquent and be subject to a penalty on April 1, 1922. J. W. WOOSLEY, Mayor. W. D. KEISER, Recorder. Died in St. Louis. Mrs. T. J. Amos died in St. Louis on Monday, March 13, 1922, after an illness of influenza. Mrs. Amos was a sister of Mrs. R. B. Milner and she leaves a husband and three sons. The funeral will take place to-day from the residence of Mrs. Milner. Death of J. W. Mathews. Mr. John Wesley Mathews, a resi dent of Palmer street, died on Friday, the 10th inst., after a short illness. Mr. Mathews was a resident of the vicinity north of town a few years ago. The family has been located in Union City for a few years. Deceased is survived by a wife and six chil dren. He was a member of the Chris tian Church and esteemed as a good man and citizen. Services were conducted at the residence by E. S. Baker and the re mains were interred at East View. Death of Colored Woman. Mrs. Callie Stone died at her home in Union City on Friday, the 10th inst. Deceased ia survived by two daughters and two grandchildren. Real Estate Transfers. J. D. Alexander and wife to R. V. Putnam, lots in No. 16, $1,050.00. R. B. Andrews to G. A. Howell, 72 acres in No. 6, $7,571. Dahnke, Elam & Pardue to Rey nolds Packing Co., half interest in No. 13, $810. J. A. Coble and wife to Mrs. Lula Beaver, lot in No. 13, $3,500. W. P. Nash, trustee, to R. H. Bond, 104 acres in No. 13, $9220. Harris Parks, trustee, to Reynolds Packing Co., 13 acres in No. 13, $860. Fred Smith and wife to W. M. Kay and wife, 66 acres in No. 8, $7500. Annie Gates et al. to Callie Mc Roney, lot in No. 16., $300. W. T. Grimes and wife to Mrs. S. Roberts, 44 acres in No. 6, $2340. Glenn Roclielle to R. W. Mahon, lot in No. 6, $400. M. Curtis Curry and wife to F. L. Eason, lot in No. 6, $400. J. I. Hamlett .et al. to R. T. Ham lett, lot in No. 16, $400. F. K. Bradley and wife to L. J. and M. M. Ferguson, lot in No. 2, $300. S. A. Wade to Mrs. Elizabeth Car ter, lot in No. 13, $280. W. G. Etheridge et al., lot in No. 16, $1150. Harrison Blanton et al. to P. B. Tate, lot in No. 6, $50. R. L. Thomas et al. to S. W. Val entine, 55 acre3 in No. 16, $4000. Annie Gates to J. G. Houston, 4 acres in No. 16, $1400.. Sam Douglas et al. to Ida Haw kins, 25 acres in No. 3, $500. W. P. Nash to Trustees Baptist Church of Union City, lot in Union City, $3,100. T. R. Meadow and wife to W. G. Hogan, 40 acres in No. 7, $1600. J. B. Waddell, trustee, to H. A. Scatcs, lot in Union City, $300. CONTROL OF SWEET POTATO BLACK ROT Words of Appreciation. We wish to thank the kind and patient Dr. F. W. Watson, our many friends, and our neighbors, especial ly Mr. Elmo Brayner, Mr. O. E. Mil liken and Mr.. Dick Roberts, of their kindness to ua during the long days and nights thru the illness of our beloved father and husband. Words fail to express our gratitude. May God's richest blessings rest upon you all. Mrs. Sallie Wilson Vance, Mr. Carmen Vance and Family, Mr.. Charles Vance and Family, Mrs. Ju lia Tankersley and Son, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ernst. (By C. D. Sherbakoff, Plant Patholo gist, Agricultural Experiment Sta tion, University of Tennessee, Knoxville.) 1. Only potatoes that are entirely free from any rot or discoloration should be used for bedding purpose. Sort out any potato seed shortly be fore bedding time and do the work thoroly. No amount of seed treat ment will help when some rotted or discolored seed is used. Immediately before bedding pota toes soak them for about eight min utes in 1:1000 solution of mercuric chloride. This substance is known also by the name of coirosive subli mate. To prepare this solution dis solve 1 ounce of mercuric chloride in 8 gallons of water; that much of the solution will be enough to treat 2 bushels of potatoes. After the first 2Y2 bushels of po tatoes are treated, add to the left over solution one-fourth ounce of mercuric chloride and then add enough water to raise it to the origi nal level. The solution then can be used again for treatment of another batch of 2 bushels of potatoes. The same can be repeated till five batches of potatoes are treated. Wire baskets are best to use for the treatment but they and the bar rels in which the solution is made should be given a good coat of hot asphalt or coal tar. After the treatment the potatoes should be drained for a minute and bedded at once" 3. Seed bed soil should be new or thoroly sterilized with steam. Clean river or pit sand is best for seed bed; no rich soil is needed, as the slips I get their food entirely from the seed potato. Seed bed frames should be thoroly cleaned and disinfected. The same should be done with the tools used in working the seed bed. The covers should Je new, or they Bhould be thoroly disinfected. 4. Rotten potatoes should never be thrown betwepn the seed beds or in the field; they should be gathered and burned. The same should be done with diseased slips. . 5. The crates and the storage house should be thoroly cleaned and disinfected before using them for handling of the new crop. 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