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PERSONAL. S. R Bratton returned Sunday from a business trip to Georgia. Dr. W. M. Nailling was in Nash ville on professional business last week. Miss Ollie Threlkeld, of Wood land Mills, was a visitor in the city Monday. Mrs. Dave Little was very sick last week, but is somewhat improv ed again. D. P. Caldwell was in Nashville last week mingling with the legis lative solons. - Editor Walter Allen, of the New bern Chronicle, was a pleasant call er here Monday. Mrs. Josie Scates was in Fulton last week visiting her daughter, Mrs. Will Wade. Mr. and Mrs. John Moores, ot Spout Spring, were in the city Monday shopping. Ben Bransford went to Memphis last week on business involving a little prospecting. j Sunt. Allen 'Wade spent a few days in Jackson and other Missis sippi towns last w$ek Chas. W. Miles, Jr., left Sunday morning bound for San Angelo Tex., to spend the winter. Mrs. Cora Callahan and Mrs. W.M Moore of Fulton, were in the city last week visiting friends. Mrs. Fope Herring is in Fort Worth, Tex., visiting her daughter, Mrs. Wm. McKean Hubbard. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Council, ol Holly Springs, Miss., were here thi week visiting kinsfolk and friends, 0 O 0 0 0 0 O "If f ri i ri AAArtftft f f f fx f i isw m iA 4V w wt w ia tuf w & g00OOCO00000O0O00OOO vt tfMif .V- ' - 4 r o If you want correct styles in Corsets, bay the "American Beauty" Gives yoa perfect fit. its Imi MtEifi if ycra dont WE let us save you Money We sell the Ladies' Home Journal ..Patterns.. The mot-t perfect pattern offered the trade. 0 o X For we are confident we have one of the most complete and up-to-date lines of Merchandise shown in the city in Fancv DRESS O X GOODS and TRIMMINGS, HOSIERY, Ladies' and Misses' UNDERWEAR, MILLINERY, and we are riven un to be O v, . w Everybody's eating place is Kirk land s Red Hot. BJo Cli ange IN BUSINESS ! The year just passed has been a very prosperous one for me, and I want to thank each one who has helped to make it so, and help make 1. the New Year a prosperous tne to you by saving you money on your groceries. Give us a show, then you will know. 3 cans i,arly June Peas . 25c vlb cans Hominy . . . 25c 3 cans Red Kidney Beans 25c 1 vlb can Baked Beans . 10c New mixed Nuts, per lb. . 20c Cluster Raisins, per lb. . 15c 1 lb. Brick Figs ....... 10c Libby brand Mince Meat 3 packages tor ..... . 25c Two Cans Best Standard Corn lor . 15c New Prunes, 3 lbs. . . 25c Granulated Sugar 18 lbs. . $1 Patent Flour, per bbl. . $4.25 " " 24-lb sack . . 60c Navy Beans, per lb .... 4c Quaker Oats 10c Coal Oil, per gallon ... 15c Clairette Soap, 8 bars for . 25c Seven boxes Bird Ere or Searchlight matches for 25c Ann & Hammer Soda, lb . 5c Cal. Evaporated Peaches per pound ....... 13c Crackers, per pound ... 8c Three large Mackeral . . 25c Flake Hominy, per lb . 3 i-2c Chopped Hominy, per lb . 3c Small Pickle, per gallon, 35c Good Green Coffee, lb . . 15c Roasted Coffee, lb .15c to 35c 3 boxes Spurlock's Bluing 10c New seeded Raisins, pkg. 10c New Currants, per pkg . 10c Evaporated Apples, per lb 10c 3-lb can Tomatoes . . . . 10c Something fine New Or leans Molasses, 60c per gal. From now on orders that amount to less than one dollar, will not be deliver ed until the wagon has to go in your immediate section. 0 0 CI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Headquarters for Cloaks and Furs.- U rp U 0 1 . . , . 0 zzzi a o 0 o O o 0 0 0 0 O 0 o 0 0 0 0 California Wool ElanKets THE very words "California Blankets", suggest warnath and comfort, bnt how can description describe warmth, softness, weight and quality? Eyes must judge, touch must tell if values be right for the money. If you come and see we know you will buy. Another Flurry in Furs OTHING ehown in the city to equal this department. Each and every pattern shown is new and up-to date. So we've got the stock, we've got the styles, and a thorough test of the market will convince you we've got prices without competition. ' . Ladies' Misses' Underwear Matchless Bargains. HOW about your underwear supplies! Have you everything you need to carry you through the season? If not, get them at once while our stock is complete and prices low. Do not defer .until the winds, sleet and rain remind you of warmer underclothing, for you will find our prices right. ' Our Cloak Department If you get It here you know its right. BEST fine tailoring may lack the dignity of art, but there is a respectability resulting from it that is worth gaining. The tailor may not malse the woman, but his work adds to her pleasure of living. Our cloaks are perfect specimens of finetailoring and our customers are the best dressed in town. 0 Mrs. Ollie Miller has charge of the Dressmaking Dept. o 0. o 0, O: O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 . 0. 0 0 Millinery New Designs in all shapes for Winter. 0 000000000000000000000000000.00000000000000000000000000 L; W. St on Telephone 130 UNION CITY, TENN. Mrs. J. J. Bean, who has been a guest of Mrs. J. vV. Garner in the city, returned Monday to her home in Tullahoma. Mr. J. A. Boone, who spent Xrnas week with his moltier and family in Northside, returned to Memphis Monday evening. Chas. T. M06S went to Missis- ippi this week looking' after the purchase of stock for his yards ere and at Kenton. Clifford Kirkland returned to Nashville this week, being a stu dent ia the medical department of Vanderbilt University. Herschel Kirklaud, ot Marma- uke, Ark., was here last week with hia brother, Ed Kirkland, at Mr. and Mrs. Kirkland's. Miss Vivienne White, after a pleasant visit here as the guest oi Mrs. L. P. Garner, has returned to her home in West Point, Miss. "The Missouri Girt," with "Zeke" and "Daisy" and their fun-making associates, will be seen at the Rey nolds Opera House Tuesday night, January 15. The brightest, cleanest, funniest play on the market is 'The Mis souri Girl," which will be seen at Reynolds Opera House Tuesday night, January 15. Mrs. J. D. Littleton has returned from Nashville, after being suc cessfully treated in the Douglas Infirmary, greatlv improved in health and strength. Miss Jessie Allen, ot Northside, entertained a few of her friends Thursday evening. Refreshments were served and a pleasant time enjoyed by all present. Itching piles provoke profanity, but, profanity wont cure them. Doan's Ointment cures itching, bleedlnfr or protruding piles after years of suffer ink.'. yAt any drutf store. J. H. Carter, one of The Com mercial readers and friends recently of the country near Woodland, has moved to the J. W. Thorn place in the country southeast of Union City. Mr. J. T. Rives, one of the good citizens of the country . north of town, was here Monday and in formed us that his brother, J. F., who has been sick for several weeks, is considerably improved. The ladies wish us to say that there will be no charges for admis sion at the opera house for the entertainment Jan. 19, celebrating Lee's birthday. This is the cus tom and everybody is invited. It is hard to conceive a play that contains so much comedy, such a clean, consistent plot and so many peculiar characters as "The Mis souri Girl," which will be at Rey nolds Opera House Tuesday night, January 15. Mrs. Oscar White has returned from Louisville, accompanied by her mother, after a course of treat ment by an eve specialist. Mrs. White was discharged by the ocu list with her eyes restored and per manently healed, so we are told. Mrs. S. A. Brown and daughter, Mrs. Duncan and children, Padu cah, and Mrs. Joe Moss and daugh ter, Sue Brown, of Union City, were entertained during the holi days by the family of Val Carpen ter, on Troy Avenue. Hickman Courier. Dr. W. M. Turner, another mem ber of the Fort Worth Furniture Exposition Company, left this week for Fort Worth, Tex. Mrs. Turner and the family will remain here for a fewweeks before joining the Doc tor in Texas, probably until spring, the most desirable season of the Vear to change climates. Mrs. Nell Matins was taken to Nashville Monday for skilled medi cal attention and nursinsf, accom panied by her husband and brother, Mr. Jack Matbis and Mr. Dan Hughes. Mrs. Matbis has been a great sufferer for months, and it is thought that the advantages in com forts and attention there will prove beneficial in restoring her health. A. E. Caldwell, of this city, will hereafter be connected with the Dietzel & Moss lumber yards as bookkeeper and salesman, succeed ing Mr. I. C. Cole, who "returns to his home at Henning. Mr. Cald well is one of the well known citi zens formerly residing at Clayton. He is a good business man and will be a great help to hs employers in their work. John C. Davis, of Roswell, New Mez., has been in the city this week visiting his brothers, I. H. and W. P. Davis, and families. Mr. Davis is at present engaged as local manager for the Pecos Valley Immigration Company, and we un stand is enjoying a thriving busi ness. There is something doing in the Pan Handle country and this company is largely interested in the work. Apply to E. P. Grissom for the best located office in town over bis store, fixed to suit you. Death Near Eives. Elbert House, soacf Thos. House, one of the well known citizens of the country near Rive9. died last Thursday, Jan. 3, of pneumonia and paralysis. The young man was 18 years of age and a member ot the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. He was an exemplary Christian, honorable, dutiful and worthy. The burial services were held at Stovall's (jemetery. The Injunction Suit. The somewhat noted injuction suit brought by "Loyalists" against "Unionists" at Decatur, 111., last May and appealed to the Appellate Court ot the State, came up for hearing at Springfield, 111., Jan. 3. Judge John M. Gaut.'of Nashville, appeared for the "Unionists" and Judge W. C. Caldwell, of, Trenton, for the "Loyalists.' The argu ment is said to have been on a very high plane and showed that there was much to be considered in its contention on both sides. Rev. J. L. Hudgins, of this city, Moderator of the C. P. General Assembly, was in attendance, re turning home on the evening ot the 4th. Mules Sold. T. C. Berry, of Memphis, was here Monday and bought thirty head of fine mules. Mr. Berry is one of the best traders and live stock men in this section ot coun try. The gentleman usually spends the winters in Memphis and the summers at Woodland Mills. The mule raisers received considerable revenue from these mules, which were shipped this week. Married. Mr. Estes Callicott, of the Sev enth District, and Miss Lena Gam mons, of Terrell, were united in marriage in Union City by Esq. II. S. Sacra last Thursday, Jan. 3. The young people are well and pop ularly known. Gone to San Angelo. Mr. and Mrs. Gtorge Stone have moved from Pueble, Colo., to San Angelo, Tex The winters are so cold in Colorado that the physician advised Mr. Stone to take bis wife to San Angelo. The climate of the latter place is said to be as balmy and even as any in the United States. We trust to hear good news from these friends in the future. Mot distiKuriotr (-kin eruptions, scrofula, pimples, rashes, etc., are due to impure food. Burdock Blood Bit ters is a cleansing blood tonic. Makes you clear-eyed, claar-brained, clear-skinned. Unvarying Success. The unvarying success ot Fred Raymond's comedy, "The Missouri Girl," has become proverbial among the theatrical profession, and along the Rialto, or any place where actors .collect, you will hear the usual remark, "Hasn't he got a gold mine?" The reason is plain. The play is one that creates fun and amusement in large quantities. The company presenting it is com posed ot the best people in the pro fession, and the management in sists on their best efforts at all times. Five of the present cast have been successful stars at dif ferent, times. At Reynolds Opera House Tuesday night, Jan. 15. Married. Lee Roberts and Miss Willie Hardy were quietly married at the Methodist parsonage in Union City by the Rev. II. C. Johnston. Only a few intimate friends witnessed the ceremony. .V. r. Roberts is well known here, having worked for the Illinois Central Railroad here for several years, while his bride is one of Fulton's most charming young ladies. Fulton Leader. 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