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it- 1 1 1: 9". l i w O O O O Read this ed. unless You went to save Money on your Gro- CBfiSSi i t i i i LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Hie Compare these prices with the ones you are paying, and you will see at once tiiat you can save at least 10 per cent. on your purchases. Granulated Sugar 18 lbs $1 Patent Flour, per bbl. . $4.25 60c . 4c 25c 25c 15c " " 24-lbsack Navy Beans, per lb . . 3 cans Early June Peas 2 cans sifted Peas . . 2 cans Unity Hominy . Lawrtoa Carutbers v'uited man last week. Mrs. G. T. Tajlor went to Dres den this week to visit relatives. Miss Annie Lou Spencer bas re turned trom a visit to Arkansas. Mrs. W. P. Pearson, of Martin, was a visitor in the city Monday. Miss Poll Massengill, of Bethle hem, has entered school at Dickson. J, R. Smith and Price Bradshaw went bird hunting1 at Terrell Tues day. Miss Annie Hughes, of Fulton, ;s visiting Miss Wootson Davis in Corning, Ark. Rev. T. D. Wayuick, of Troy, was a visitor here last week as a witness in the Jimersou case. S. F, Howard, Esq., went to Nash ville Monday to attend the meeting of the Grand Lodge F. & A. M Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Smoot have returned from a visit to their daughter, Mrs. Will King, at 1 rim ble. R. S. Murrell, of Hickman, has been assisting the typesetters in Mis Lizis Bramham, who bas been teaching school at Crystal for some time, lei t Monday for Hous ton, Miss., to fill a vacancy in the public school for two months. Miss Brambam is a very popular teach er, and it is hoped that she will re turn to teach in her home country again. A. Li Brevard has returned from Oklahoma and Texas. Mr. Bre vard was well pleased with what he saw in some of the new country. He visiiea me coast at iJorous Chr et uracKin s estate is wnrth ancf other points and met with a exceed $25,000 all told, and that he great many old-time friends. None left no insurance whatever that ot these countries, however, have anybodr knows of. and that ihere attractions to entice Mr. Brevard are thirteen heirs, including rmis- QXJIT2 A DHTE1ENCE. Erackin's Estate Dwt dies Trota a Million to $2J,000. Referring to the ;tem appearing in the columns of Tie Commercial Appeal of date Jan. 2?. statingr that one J. W. Benedick, of May field, had fallen heir to ? 1 00,00!) and that a cousin living in Unioa City by the name of Brackin had died, leaving an estate oj $1,000,003, an investi gation of the facts show that Alex. rrom the county of Obion. 1 m Use IJahnUf.VVjlbpr Millie rv. j T " 'flour, a home product, and guaran teed. ins, etc. This estate will be di vid ed according to the law of descent and distribution, as he left no will that can be found. 4 & f "W Vi . wi V " It . r A It Sf 0 NOTv o a Aft Iiowing ofTJevi Goods IN New Store at Crockett. ' D. G. Mansfield, of Crockett, was in the city Monday. He is making arrangements to open a new gro cery at Crockett and will be ready to begin business to-day. Wanted at Hickman. Deputy Sheriff J, S. Adams last The Commercial office for the past Saturda7 arrested Henry Crabb, a two weeks, Richard Carter, son of Mrs. Nan- 3 cans Red Kidney Beans 25c J nie Carter, has gone to Chattanoo- 1 vlb can Baked Beans . ioc ffa where he h" been employed in Armour Star Mince Meat Go to Cole's for vour bread, cakes. candies, tobacco and cigars. Saws in the Cell. Last Wednesday afternoon Sheriff Finch discovered proceedings a lit tie unusual in the cell occupied by by Dolph us Holder. Upon investi gation it was discovered that Hoi der had an eight-inch Bteel saw and had succeeded in cutting in two one end of one of the bars of bi cage. This is the Holder convicted railroad business. Mrs. J. T. Baugus, of Columbia, spent several days here as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Blantcn, re turning last week. Home, thanking each and every one he has been kept upstairs in one of 1 .... - - 1 Pete Heppner is back in Union who kindly helped n filling the the light cages. He has been re- City and has assumed charge of the nice box tnat was sent Xmas, also moved and given a birth below in 3 packages tor ..... . 25c Two Cans Best Standard corn tor ...... . . 15c Jew rrunes, 3 lbs. ... 25c Cal, Evaporated Peaches per pound . 15c Evaporated Apples, per lb 10c Quaker Oats 10c Coal Oil, per gallon ... 15c Clairette Soap, 8 bars for. 25c and Mrs. T. L. Bransford Seven boxes Bird Eve or . T. R. Bean, who has been in the Searchlight matches for 2ccllJ 8Cverai weeKS Jf nis "s- g0es into effect on the M. & O. in a i.., ... uaiUtl, ku new days, and it is said the only 3 day returning to Tullahoma. ' Lha.,- ;n h. Mi'.o 7Aannr Cnon'or mVin V. - I NOB. 5 and fl. ThfB 1 ra 1 n ft a r . . . . I VJ LVU bVI . V UJ U U O I . . . rlake Hominy, per lb. . 3 C been visiting in Memphis for a week cal and now pass here about mid- Chopped Hominy, per lb . 1C or more, "was a visitor in the Mem- night. They will, it is said, after Smnll Pirkle rer m11mi 1 cp pbiscity schools last Friday. the change, pass here at about 6 or r o jj- . Mrs. bailie negro,, who was wanted at Hick man on two charges, manslaughter and perjury. The Sheriff from Hickman came over Saturday and olattempt to commit man-slaughter escorted Crabb borne. nasi May, wno was awaiting anew trial and was released under bond. areatly Appreciated. He jumped the bond and was captur lucmuauumuu voapicr re-1 ea oy tne omcers a tew weeks aero cieved a letter trom the Soldiers tn Dyer County. Since his return tailoring business conducted by Heppner & Scmidt. Mrs. Herman Cross left Monday, returning to Blytheville, Ark., after a visit here with her parents, Mr. the money. V or it is alway a help I in one of the strong heavy steel to the home, and we wish to thank cells, and will likely be on hand each and every grocer, merchant ana au wno neipea, tor it was greatly appreciated. New Time Card Bumored. It is rumored that a new schedule Arm & Hammer Soda, lb Crackers, per pound troon tureen L.nttee. h . . icr rlvuusllu -w, i . relatives in Middle Tennessee -- - 1 tji : . - 1 ... . 3 iKjACs xjiunig , . . . . ivc wasbville, Lebanon and Winches- when his case is called at the May term of Circuit Court. Holder says he brought the saw from Memphis, and that it was in his possesion when he was placed in jail. -y . Cole has the best .line of fruits in town, County Surveyor. Mr. J.M. Moore.ex-County Super intendent of Public Instruction has been appointed County Survey Griffin and Mrs. Lee ' in ine morn,n. one S8 outn or, vice H. M. Golden resigned. and the other north. The chancre The annnintment win h mtifipHat will be a great convenience to the the next term of court. Mr. Moore people of this section o Fancy Woolen Plaids, Ginghams, White and Colored Waistings. Also a Foil Line of Bloom Silk, in Fancy Plaid g patterns for Shirt waists. O 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 j -a, J 0 o O 0 0 0 0 0 Our New Embroideries in Handmade, French Lingerie Cloth, , in match sets for shirt waists, you will find without competition flew Torschon Laces 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 o 0 o o 0 0 In narrow and wide patterns. Also a full line of the latest thincrc In mntrh sets for spring sewing Ji . 0 o a o CI tr o o CI ' Now is your chance to save money. One-third One-half Off on all Blankets. Off on all FursT 11 tA fJI, Bertha N. O. Molasses, per gallon . . ... 60c Meal per half bushel . . . 35c Our Pride or Buffalo . Sal mon, per can ter. Editor Hunter Griffin informs us that the Obion Democrat will be moved next week to his mother's building adjoining The Commercial office. X5C JohnB. Gordon Chapte'r, U. D. Wanted $9 00 per Cate on Main street tor information. I. W: Stone Telephone 130 UNION CITY, TENN. cFAME5&1 Wilson Must Pay Costs. In the matter of taxation of the costs in the habeas corpus proceed-, ings and other costs in the case ot C, will meet Thursday, Feb. 7, at t h e State against W. E. Dunn, 3 o'clock with Mrs. Cave Crockett, charged with the death of Karl Each and every member is asked to Johnson, the court held it to be a attend. Miss Donna Phillips has returned from Amarillo, Texas, to spend a few days here arranging tor the transportation of household goods, etc., to Amarillo. J. D. Morrow, who is employed in the construction department of the M. & O. R. R. Co- in Mississippi, was home in Union City this week visiting his family. M.'S. Marshall Esq., Dr. T. E. Marshall, D. A. Peeler' and W.' S. Jackson lett Tuesday for Nashville is tneoretically, practically and 14 lady boarders at thoroughly qualified tor this work. month. Call at Cole's He will make the county a good surveyor. Mr. Moore proposes to furnish specifications for tiling, drainage, road grading, etc., accu rately and promptly and will do all kinds of land surveying. Thecoun ty needs such a man as Mr. Moore in this work. Mr. Moore proposes also to extend the duties of the office until it becomes one of the most important in the county, and he is capable of doing all he says. proper case for him to take cogni zance ot, and that, in the opinion ot the court, the court ought to tax the costs, and the costs were ac cordingly taxed to the prosecutor, D. P. Wilson, and judgment ren dered for the costs to be ascertained and taxed accordingly. WAGONS .Soulhern made for Southern work, they are standard throughout the South. If you would know why they outsell and outwear other vagons send for our illustrated descriptive catalogue covering farm wagons, lumber wagons, log wagon and damp carts, . . . ... The Schuberts. Those who attended the enter tainment given by the Schuberts Symphony Club Lady Quartette Monday night report quite a pleas ant program. While some of the to attend the Grand Lodge meeting selections were not considered any ot aiasons in iasnvuie. toinir aoove tne average, still we Dr. E. II. 'White and T. J. Bon- are sure all spent the evening very ner, of Rives, passed through the pleasantly. city Monday en route to Nashville " The solos by the Miss -Schofield to attend the Grand Lodge and and Miss Purcell were very fine, as Chapter meetings of Tennessee also were the violin selections ren dered by Mr. Purcell. There was quite a crowd present. Illinois Central R, R. Co. Of interest to through train pa trons making use of Chicago South Sale stations. Viitrons of the Illinois Central Rall Tv3 v. arc Ui l!-- liiilf.ff mk intr use uf its South Side stations at which through trains stop will be interested to knuvv that on and after 'November H4 wt through trains will stop there after at 3Wh street (Oakland) rid 22d street stations. Instead, regular stops will be made in both directions at 4-"td Mreet and 31st street stations, to whieli point baggage may be checked on Chlcajro tickets. There will he no change in the use of the Grand Cross ing, Kensington. Woodlawn ' (Olid Kt.reet) and Hyde l'ark (53d street) sta tions fur through trains. Masons. The committee on street names, numbers, etc., has changed the name of Bell street to College street and Mary street to Church to con form to the name of that street on the east side of the railroad. R. F. Nailling, accompanied by his son, W. M, Went to Nashville Tuesday. The elder Mr. Nailling goes to secure advice and treatment for his eyes. Billy Nailling will look after his lather, at the same time attend the meeting of the Ma sonic Grand Lodge. Ben Howard, who is engaged as traveling salesman for a popular New Orleans tea house, was in the city this week. We sincerely hope that Hen will grow into a wholesale merchant of large proportions and extensive reputation. He has the making of a big man. Ch?. Deitzel. Herman DeitEel, Joe Herring, Jno. D. Killiou and Nat Murphy are arranging for a Southern coast trip, by the way of Oklahoma. They will visit old Mexico and do a little hunting for wild game while away, being absent about three or four weeks. A Noble Offer. Drake's Palmetto Wine, a purely veg etable compound jrlves vigor and ener gy to the wnole body, soothes, heals and invigorates stomachs that are weakened by Injurious living, or when the mucous lining of the stomach is irapared by hurtful medicines or food. Drake's Palmetto Wine will clear the Liver and Kidneys from congestion, cause them to perform their necessary work thoroughly and Insure their heatiily condition. Drake's Palmetto Wine cures every form of Stomach dis tress, such as Indigestion, distress after eatinp, shortness of breath and heart trouble caused by indigestion. Drake's Palmetto Wine cures you per manently of tint bad taste in mouth, offensive . breith. loss of appetite, heartburn, inflamed catarrhal or ul cerated Sumineti and constipated or flatulent linwels. The Drake Co., Wheeling, W. Va., proves all this to you by send ins you free and prepaid a test bottle. F'.i' ly H oll.'o't', Seventy-live cents a buttle, usual dol lar size. Sold and guaranteed by Watson & Kimzey, Props., The Ked Cross Drug Store. , Picture Frames. ' Special prices on pictureframes tor enlarged pictures. Frames that usually sell for 52 50 to $3.50. I will sell for One Dollar. Don't miss this sale. D. P. Caldwell, Bookseller and Stationer. My Wife's Family. Manager J. C. Reynolds bas se cured another Whitney attraction. This one is '-My Wife's Family," a comedy drama, but not a burles que. Everybody was pleased with the "Isle of Spice." This was Mr. Whitney's production. It . was a a musical extravaganzi, and a good one. "My Wife's family" is also under the Whitney management, and while it is not a musical pro duction it ranks just as high as a drama. ' Manager Reynolds will fa vor his patrons at Reynolds Opera House with this attraction the lat ter part ot this month. By the way "The Commercial" is pleased to say that "The Hoosier Girl" made good on its second trip. This company played a return en gagement last week. There is nothing remarkable about the play, but Miss Watson and Gus Cohan are the same clever comedians. The Hoosier Girl by Miss Watson is a star part. It is not exactly the same type as the character of "Sis Hopkins" by Rose Melville. Sis Hopkins is of the gushing variety and in the hands of Rose Melville is, of course, the best in the line. Roxanna" is also unsophisticated, but somewhat droll and prosaic in manner. The humor therefore drops like a cloudburst on a calm day. It is homogenous and conta gious. If Miss Watson is not great she is a genius. She would provoke the risibilities of a uycitf pltc. She made us think of the drollest come dian on earth, the late Dan Daly. Poor old Dan- lean, lank, long-leg ged and ugly, but W i I s o n, Hopper, Daniels, DeAng..C(. of the light opera funm -overshadowed his genius. He it was who made tL of New York" famous n May. v O Reniember on our Remnant Counter . V f 1 V V 4 1 1 C-t 1 a a ,3 ; ' A. I - l. ' t ywu .win . nuu. many iuuu ininijs in O Odd Lots and Short Lengths............... 6 a f T7 TTf Tf T? t T hf ill II . HV l! 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Try it WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly, In strictest confi dence, telling us all your troubles. We will send Free Advice (in plain, sealed envelop). Address: Ladies' Advisory Dept., Th Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. GAVE UP SUPPORTER "I wore a supporter for years, for my womb, which had crowded every thing down bjre it, writes Mrs.S, J, Cht Isman', of Mannsville, N.Y. "1 suf- -fered untold misery and could hardly walk. After taking Cardul I gave up my supporter and can now be on my feet half a Cay at a time." fl 1 t 5 -1! -vf ' 1 ' V 1 r i T"