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in rzn DAYS. NnHinnln LOCAL AND PERSONAL. CREAM, the un- cqualed beautifier M endorsed by thou- sands, and naniK . - td to remove freckles, pimples, liver-soots, tin. sal- downess, ctc the wont case in 20 days, and restore the beauty of youth. Price -5Qc and $1X0 by leading druggists or mail. Tnput fcy NATIONAL TOILET CO., Psrls, Ten a. DRS. JOYNER & FORESTER DENTISTS Office over Martin-Allen drug 6tore. Offiice Phone 283 Residence Phone 346 Dr. John T. Moss Physician. and Surgeon;. Office at White & Burchard's drug store. Telephone office 104 residence 336. DR. R. H. BOYD OSTEOPATH Office: In the building formerly occu pies ty vt, Dabner. Telephone 267. ' Reelfoot Catch Red Fish, Red Snapper, Spanish Mackerel, Reelfoot Lake Fish of all kinds at J. C. BURDICK'S. PHONE NO. 3. The Fight ls On! The next four months will wit ness the fiercest striio-trla hfttwean was worn out and all run down. Bur- iha tr.ro lnoriir, in T0 I dock Blood Bitters made me a well jEnc Tatom, of Nashville, was in tlie city this week visiting friends. ' Dr. W. M. Turner is remodeling the Leip place to supply a demand for rent. Capt. T. L. Jackson, of Arkan sas, visited relatives in the city this week. Mrs. John T. Walker returned Friday from a few days' 6tay at Centreville. Miss Emma Cavender, of Fulton, is in the city visiting her sister, Mrs. E. M. Henning. Capt. J. C. Reynolds and Maj. Red Rogers spent Sunday with friends in St. Louis. Mr. John DeMyer, of near Fulton, was a pleasant visitor at The Com mercial office Saturday. Rev. Ed. L. Watson will begin a revival meeting at the Baptist church nextSunday morning. Mrs. A. C. Brown, accompanied by her little grandson, Horace Lat timer, is visiting friends at Dyer. Everybody goes to Dahnke's for lunch. Dr. E. B. Little, who has not been well for some time, is now confined at home with malarial fever. Money Found. Owner can have same by calling at the Peeler-Heflj 0 uro. uo., aescrioing same ana pay- f ! It.! i! I lug lur Luia uulicc. W. R. (Buck) Glass, of Sharon, was here last Saturday looking for a house to rent preparatory to mov ing here this fall. Lasie C. Keffer, of Rives, was in the city Saturday on business. He reported his father, Peter Keffer, quite sick with fever. "Generally debilitated for vears. nad sick headaches, lacked ambition, -f f $ f fL. J,: . g f J J. !tl AAMMMMlM Adkjkj . o o 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 see .that has long years. occurred for many woman." Mrs. up, Conn. Chas. ,Freitoy, Moos- The Nashville Banner Murray McCall, of Nashville, was here Saturday and Sunday visiting his sister, Mrs. A. B. Campbell, and shakiner hands with old-time is. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0' 0 0 0 0 0 0 published at the capital city, the political headquarters of the state, frjen(j will cive the first, fullest and most reliable reports of the trubernator- M- Henmng, an experienced ial contest of any paper in Tennes- marble man, has moved to this city 0 roc ii juu nuui bJ ncc up n l iu i ma uuu uho v.uo.1 Vr ui lug the titanic struggle for . political jnside work at Mr. O. E. Milliken's supremacy remit one dollar and marble works. Wm. Waterfield, of the Neil & Shoffner Grain Co., Nashville, was in the city Saturday seeing old friends and looking after some bus iness interests. uarry rumzey, wno has a post tion in Jackson with the M. & O Railroad Co., was here a few days w E A T H E R S E C I A L S An Important Event for Immediate Delivery All, summer goods reduced at o o o o 0 0 No one can afford to pass these remarkable values, for we have gone through every department of our stock with the reduction axe and our prices for this sale look as though they had been struck by a cyclone. If you need anything in Dry Goods, Notions, Millinery,' Muslin Underwear, etc., this will be your0 best opportunity of the summer season to buy. . ' 0 It is well known by all that when one desires something up to date in Fancv T T7 1 lh ' CL i. WT-'-a. . t i jL-acc, juuiuiuiucucs, pinn vvaisi r rones or uanas, you can always find them at I N Wash Goods All printed fabrics Batiste, Dimities, Swiss Organdies, Silks, Mulls, etc. v White Goods We still hold the winning cards in White Sheer Batiste, Linen Lingerie Cloth for making your soft summer shirt waists. ' 8 H Woolen Goods In Our Dress Goods Department. Black and Cream seem to be the great demand. We are showing a fine assortment of both at bottom prices. 0 0 0 .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 Our Millinery Department $5.00 and $6.00 HATS AT $1.95 and $2.25: Everything marked down, trimmed and untrimmed. Want to make sweep of all summer stock. If you want the correct style in corsets buy ttie American Beauty-Gives you perfect shape. Union City, Tenn. the Daily Banner will be sent to you by mail for four months. GRAHAM 0 0 0 000000000000000000000000100000000000000000000000000000 Plain and fancy White Nets for your 'ti summer waists. 0 Just a few more Long Silk Mitts and 0 then the end. 0 ' O 0 0 0 o 0' 0 0 0 0 We sell Ladies' Home Journal Patterns-most perfect pattern sold. O 0 The Dry Goods f Man. g 0 a cl ean Mr. Monroe Golden and family went to Dresden Monday and spent the day at the home of Congress-j man Garrett. Mr. Golden says Mr. WAGONS Southern nude for Southern vork, they are standard throughout the South. If you would know why they outsell and outwear other wagons send for our illustrated descriptive catalogue covering farm wagons, lumber wagons, log wagons and dump carts. .' ... .' . . Gafrett is working on a complete the first of the week visiting his list of appointments covering the parents and friends. entire district, and expects to get Tt;,rat. ... ,.r. through with his own district work ture, mattings, druggets, china and before he gives any time to the glassware and wall paper and be state committee. He will make convinced we will eave you many several speeches in Obion county, dollars. Union City Hardware & r ... Furniture Co. . If you will go to the 5 and 10 cent - store you will hnd sometning you Capt. H. C. Alexander, of Nash- want, and it's cheap. C.B. A.Build- ville, Assistant Adjutant-General ing. tf for the State, visited his parents, Maj. and Mrs. W. L. Alexander, Saturday and Sunday. Ed Matheney has a place as sales man in W. S. Jaokson's grocery. He will take the place now held by El- Fresh line ot porch and summer rockers and settees just arrived at Union City Hardware & Furniture Co.'s low-price stores. 23-tf Mr. J. L. Haguewood has leased the Dr. Godwin two-story brick on lis Jackson, who will leave in a few Ury .street, near the college, and Unclaimed Letters. List ol unclaimed letters remain ing in the Union City Postoffice for week ending Sept. 8, 1906: Anderson.MrsAda Love, Will Bird, Hunter Mitchell, Mrs L Brown, Joseph Milliner, Miss M Brown, Mrs Mary Morris, Austin Brown, Miss Eller Moore, Miss J E Clark, Henry Moore. Hunt Clark, H L Maid, Miss Ada , Cochran, Mrs J II Nesbit. Mrs Sudie Oliver, J R Palmer, WL&Co Rankin, CT Parker, Lee Cross, Miss Irene Eury, Edna Eliczander. Miss Ida May days for New Orleans to attend Tulane University. Prof. C, M. Mathis, of the Union City, Training School, has leased the Chas. Moss cottage on Third street, near Court Square, and will occupy same. Mr. Moss and family will move to Memphis. will occupy same in a short while The house occupied by Mr. Hague wood on Main street has been pur chased by Col. R. E. McKinney. It will be remodeled and greatly im proved in appearance at once by adding a wide veranda almost en tirely around the house, with large MADE ESPECIALLY NICE FOR YOU Mail Orders Promptly Filled. DINSTUHL'S MEMPHIS WholewU Distributor SAMELSON CO. A T T. - UHHrr.Mn 1Af4 J I over tne imnois centra; tor i-iney lnnha uv Mr , a w.fl tork, to conduct a campmeeting ' ..... nt ihlk X1. . a oi mai section, tie expects to re own 1 lll, vwii '5ffJJ ,. UREMEDY k i pood meeting. The church ITi-j C . If greatly revived, many sinners s Ml . slit HkallMUM " III i r - " it aLCOMH M CAICSU 80 CCK8BY tasSst, Cs!4 fc$Ra, CiasBRt, i iao TMLns row ri.oo For sale by Watson & Kinney '. turn to this city tomorrow evening. Genuine bargains every day in mattings, druggets and furniture at Vnion City Hardware and Fur niture Company. The meeting at Bethlehem Church clgeoi Sunday night. It was indeed was saved and twelve united with the church. Rev. B. L. Holder, did the preach ing and did it well. He made many friends for himself and the cause of Christ. She Found Belief. If j'ou are troubled with liver com plaint ana have not received help read this. Mrs. Mary E. Hammond, Moody, Texas: "I was in poor health with liver trouble for over a year. Doc tors did me no good and I tried Her- nine, and three bottles cured me. I can't say too much for Ilerblne, as It is a wonderful liver medicine. 1 al ways have it in the house. Publish where you wish." Sold by Allen Druj company. t Card of Thanks. We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks to those kind friends who, either by word or deed, .gave us their highly appreciated help and condolence in the last sickness and An Ocace of Prevention is worth a pound of cure. There are many poor sufferers, consumptives death of our little daughter, Thel- ma Daisy; and to assure them that who are hopeless- of getting well who, if they had taken care of them selves, would now be well. A cough i the foundation of consumption. Ballard's Horeliound Syrup wili cure that cough. Mrs. S , Great Falls, Montana, writes: "I have used Bal lard's Horehound Svrnn In mv familir for years my children never suffer! ew goods at 5 and 10 cent store with coughs." Sold by Alles Drug CO. I every week. C. B. A. Building, we will ever hold in grateful re membrance their gracious favors and words of sympathy. - Mr. and Mrs. Walter Goad. Faulks, Mrs W inie Profemner, Val () Fouler, W O Piles, Tom Furguson, Charley Pierce, Mary n Fuller, R S Pamage, Isidore Gillum, R W Simmons, Leroy Gerem, MissSelar Sommers, Kib Giles, Mrs Minnie Snider, MrsJennle Ilarchfield, Mary Shepherd, George Hill, Mrs Sophia Hill, Miss Ethel Jackson, Mrs C Jackson, Press Jackson, Dee Jillian, AH , Jones, Dr .7 S Saxton, Mollie Tates, Mi s Murow Thompson, Gus Totton, Mrs A C Underwood, Lizzie Valentine, Mrs P Vault, Mrs R (2) Johnson, Mrs Olar Walker, Mrs W M Johnson, Miss B Wessmer.nula Konk, WW Webster, Miss L Kiser, Mrs Nannie Winstead, Mrs C Kldton.MissSadie Windham (the Kelly, Mrs Jim pearl dealer) Laoly, Mrs Bettle Wilkes, Wm P Louis, Mrs Mary Wright, Marshall Long, Jack Wren, Willis Love, Will Yeager, A A Llgon. Robert Yates, Miss Laura G. T. Taylor, Postmaster. Farmers, mechanics, railroaders. laborers rely on Dr. Thomas' Eclectrlc Oil. Takes the sting out of cuts, b,urns or bruises at once. Pains can not stay where it is used. Marriage Licenses. Geo. A. Parsons and Sallie G. Simpson. B. C. Duke and Miss Cora Duke. J. H. Webb and Salliy Gammons. II. C. Johnson and Miss Bessie Trout. I. C. Gore and Jennie Roney. W. B. Barns and Effie Ragsdale. T. K. Walker and Nellie Norton. S. R. Brown and Jennie Fawnin- more. - Furniture, wall paper, matting and druggets at very low prices ev ery day at Union City Hardware & Furniture Co. Appreciates The Commercial. And The Commercial appreciates this kind of a letter: Lexa, Ark., Sept. 5, 1908. Editors Commercial, Union City, Tenn. Gentlemen: I desire to express my thanks to you as editors of the most welcome paper in my home, and one that I never want to be without. As you have been sending it to Pop lar Crove, please send it to Lexa Ark now, as tnat is wuere l am perma nently located. Thanking you for past favors and wishing you much success for the fu ture, l beg to remain, Your Home Boy, Arch W. Harpole, If you eat without appetite you neea prickly ash hitters, i promptly removes Impurities that clog and Impede the action'of thedi gestlve organs, creates good appetite ana digestion, strength of body ana activity or brals. Allen Drug Con pany special Agents. Real Estate Transfers. D. A. George and wife to W. G Reynolds, lot in Union City, $ 125. T. P. Palmer to J. W. Thorn, Jr, 4 acres in No. 4, $450. S. W. Ryan to R. A. Jimerson, 51 acres in No. 6, $1,000. W. J. Nichcls to J. A. Hefley, lot in Union City, $2100. Mrs. W. J. Wade et al to J. F. Wade et al, land in Nos. 4 and. 13, $9,550. J. I. Knight and wife to W. L, Wilson, 26tf acres in No. 16, $600. Dolly and N. W. Tucker to G. W. Rucker, 22 acres in No. 16, $650. J. I. Knight and wife to J. J. Huggins et al, 43 acres in No. 16, $1,000.. R. B. Brown et al to Frank Gas- saway et al, lots in No. 15, $550. J. W. Wilson to J. N. Deen, land in No. 2, $640. W. P. Curlin, et al to Zack E. Crjr;",a, 46 acres in No. 2. $1,200. D". D. Foote and wife to J. N. Deen, 103 acres in No. 5, $1,450. S. G. Thacker to Mattie Cham bers, lot in No. 16, $400. . Mrs. Melvina Wagster to Geo. S. Hardy, 86 acres in No. 7, $200. .Photographs. Follow the crowd. Stamp pic tures 28 for 25 cents, for a short time only. BlR DWELL & MAURlTZ. Indelible Marking Outfits Mark your clothing and save yourself worry and trouble. Entire outfit, Including rub ber name stamp, ink and pad, neatly boxed. G. C. DRURY & CO. 306 Union street. ' Nashville, Tenn. For Sale. The two-story house on North Third street, west side, belonging to Mrs. A. D.Campbell; price, $750. Apply to Garth & Son, aj Union City Bank and Trust Co. Notice Dr. McMichael will be at his office daily to Oct. 1. Will examine your eyes free of charge to that date. Hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Notice to Passengers. The M. & O. and N.. C. & St. L. Ry. Companies have issued orders that the rules applying to baggage must be strictly enforced. All bar- gage left at depot over 24 hours will oe ueia tor storage and there is no exception. R. J. Barnett, w. w. Lovelace. Southern Reception to Wm. J. Bryan, Louisville, Ky Sept. 12. Account the above occasion on Sept. 10 and 11 the Illinois Central Railway will sell round-trip tickets to Louisville for $8 35, return limit Sept. 15. For further Information call on Illinois Central Ry. Airent. Gibbs, Tenn. Zstray Notice. Taken up and posted in District No. , of Obion County, by J. A. Wright. one yellow mare, black mane and tall, foretops clipped, about 13 years old, i; nana nign, vaiuea at r. T1JOS. 11. BARRETT, 35-4 , Ranger. Mobile & Ohio R. II., always keen. of conception and quick to act lost no time in ordering special train from Jackson to Union City Sent. 2i;t,h. on account of J no. L. Sujli van, the world 's most famous pugilist, sparring with his trainer, who himelf offers a dol lar a minute to anyone wh will stand before him in a friendly box. Don't forget the '4Com- pany"its the National Life Insurance Co. of U.S. A., the kind that pays when you are dead, vvith out lawsuits.