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LOCAL AND PERSONAL. D. A. Edwards was in Nasbvill this week. Miss Pearl Wise returned to Pa ducah Monday. Anstlmo Harris, of Rives, wa here yesterday. Mr. Jack Isbell will leave in a tew days for Canada. Attorney Torn Morris, of Obioo was here Tuesday. Dr. Davidson, of Hickmaa, was in town Wednesday. Win, 1. Davis, of Number Seven was in town Tuesday. Col. Harvey Hojjg, the cigar sales man, was here yesterday. Mrs. Marv Dean Wheeler visited Woodland Mills this week. Virtnl O. Wantland is spending a few days here with friends. Chaa. Travis, of Hickman, was a business visitor here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Massengill re turned to their home Tuesday. Mrs. May Powell is convalescing from la grippe, we are glad to note P. A. Boone, of Norfolk, Va., was here for a couple of days this week'. Alcie Campbell, of Cayce. was in the city yesterday visiting tnenaa Walter Pleasant, of Obion, was a business visitor in town Wednesday Judffe F. W. Moore and Col. D. B. Bryant were in Nashville last week. Mrs. W. S. Boyd, of Nashville, is Mrs. R. M. Whipple's guest on Fifth street. Mrs. D. M. Haste, of Mempnis, is the truest of Mrs. K. Kimberlin in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Will King, of Trim ble, are here visiting the family of T. R. Smoot. Mrs. Will King, of Trimble, was here this Week visitinir Mr. ana Mrs. T. R. Smoot, Mr. Jew Moss and Mr. Cook, of the country west of Troy, were in town Wednesday. Miss Mary Lippard, of Elbridge arrived yesterday and is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. w. McuorKie. We are pleased to note the 1m Drovement of Mrs. Cordie Moss af ter several weeks of illness. Mrs. Nannie Beck went to Flor ence, Ala., this week to visit Mrs Embry, her mother, who was re ported very sick. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Chappell, of Hustburg-. have moved to this city. Thev are livine at J. W. Cole's resi dence on Division street. Mr. W. M. Warterfield, secretary and treasurer of the Neill-Shofner Grain Co., Nashville, ta in the city mixing with old friends. Mrs. H. A. Campbell, of Cayce, came down this week to visit her mother, Mrs. Harpole.Mr. and Mrs A. J. llarpole and Miss Jennie Har pole. Mrs. T. P. Everett and niece, Miss Lelia Ashtou, of Columbia, and lit tle Miss Annetta Bratton left yes terday tor Fulton to visit Mrs. Nat Murphy. Mrs. J. A. Hefley went to Wood land Mills Wednesday to visit rela tives. She was just out of a long 6oell of sickness, and is trying the advantages ot a cnange. W. A. Montgomery, of Kenton, has accepted the position as pre scription clerk with the McMichael Drug Co., and will move his family to this city in a few days. Subjects tor sermons at the First Cumberland Presbyterian Church for Feb. 17: Morning "The 'Lan guage of a Perverted Conscience." Evening "Reconciliation Through Christ." 1)K. K. S. TARKS. DR. M. S. Hl'CJHKS. Drs. Parks & Hughes DENTISTS PnoNK 144. Union City, Tenn. jpotwliiin IiiifivH. Torctlnin Crowns. rcelnin HihIki-v Tin- Highest Art in Iiititry. Reelfoot Catch Red Fish, Red Snapper, Spanish Mackerel, Reelfool Lake Fish of all kinds at J. C. BURDICK'S. NOTICE. Having been appointed and quali fied as the administrator of the estate of Alex A. r.rackin, deceased, all par tics who are Indebted to said estate will come forward and settle with me, and all parties having claims atniinst mild estate will file same with me dlj (rti firt' urHKMil. - - This Feb. 7. YM)1. S. J. miACKIN, Administrator. A. J. Haki'olk, Attorney. - " Notice. Having accepted the appointment and been qualified as the Executrix of the last will and testament of Jas. T. Wilson deceased. All parties indebt ed to his estate are hereby notified to come forward and make payment, and all who hold claims against same es tate w ill present them to me as such .executrix for payment at an early (Lyr This Janruary 30, luo?. Mits. Eunice J. Wilson. A success in all the country lying between the batmwich Islands and Europe, Harry Beresford in ''The Woman Hater." Never trouble trouble 'till trouble troubles you and when it does go and have a good laugh with Beresford. A hearty laugh saves many a doc tor's bill. Harrv Beresford will be here in "The Woman Hater" Fri day night, Feb. 22, at ReynoldsOp era House. It is, therefore, econo my to buy seats for the entire fam ily. Get in line early. "A Peculiar People" will be the subject for the sermon at the First Christian Church Sunday morning. At night the theme will be "Monu mental Institutions" and a baptis mal service will take place at the closeof the sermon. The male quar. tette will sing. A cordial invita tion is extended to all who can at tend any of these services. Feel languid, weak, run-down? Ilead- aehe? Stomach off"? Just 11 plain case of lazy liver. Burdock Blood Bit ters tones liver and stomach. Dromotes digestion, purifies the blood. n Beatrice West. On Monday, Feb. 4. the Dark An- gel of Death stole into the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. West, and claim ed as it victim the soul of their belov- ed daughter, Beatrice, and wafted her gentle spirit to the realms of the great beyond, where she is now free from the trials of this worldly life and resting in the. shadow of 111s wing. The writer can proba bly sympathize more fully with the heartbroken father and mother than anyone. To know her and her kind affectionate ways meant only to love her. We know that in this hour of deep sorrow and re morse, words alqne will not suffice to console the grief-stricken parents, but to them we would say, "weep not," or weep not as those without hope, for as, in Adam, all died; even so in Christ all shall l,e again. Let us so live that when the sum mon comes for us that we will be ready (as Beatrice was) to ask God to send his angels to carry us home. where we may hope to meet her on the shore celestial, if we submit to the will of the All Wise. Brother. A Stitch in Time will save nine. So will a bottle of Ballard's Ilorehound Syrup always kept on hand save many a spell or sickness. A sure cure for uougns, CYlds, Bronchitis and WoopingCouKh Mrs. S . Hot Springs, Ark., writes "I keen a bottle of Ballard's More hound Syrup in my medicine chest, and thank my forethought many times. It has prevented many severe spells or sickness." soia oy Alien Drug Co. , Changed to a Cash Business, On and after March 1, 1907. thj Union City Steam Laundry will be conducted on a cash basis strictly. All bills must be paid promptly when packages are delivered. Cus tomers wishing coupon books can have same on application. John Cunningham, Pj-op. ' ; Union City Steam Laundry. RE SOLVED TMAt if You wAur someone to be Your VALEtf tine: You WSV LOOK WELL AND BE" WtlX DRESSED. DONT BEL A Comic ValentWE. Go To ; best-place .Bujter brown H . ..,' 1 1 t r -' - i . If f &) i V m V vtLi Mw I J C 1 - V BE. IK a i f 00000001 ' m OOO00O00OOO3&O&CHI o o You get a heaping pound of the pure old-fashioned Ar buckles'ARIOSA Coffee, that took care of the nerves and digestion or your grandparents, and has been the leading coffee of the world for 37 years. x r it 1 I ou II never have to quit drinking Arbuckles.' Don't let any "mart switch you over to coffee that pays him big 0 profits at the ex Dense of vour 1 . J 1 heart, stomach and nerves. Coroplua with all requifemenu of the N.tiotul Pun Food Law, CuaiutscNo. 2041, led at Wtihiogtob V ; ; 1 " ' Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch v 0 o o 0 0 THE FLOUR OF THE HOUR IS FAMOU Our sales are steadily gain ing:, day by day. There's a reason for it. Ask your neighbors why they use it. Hardy Grain Co. Telephone - - - - Ho. 7 K.eynoicis upera House Wed. l eb. 20 Auspices Ieonidas Polk Chapter, U. 0 Hi Hi o 0 0 0 0 O ooooooooooooooeooooooooooo CAST O YOU WISH TO SELECT YOUR MUS- lin Underwear where the stock is larg est, the variety greatest and prices lowest r You cannot fail to be pleased with Our offerings in this line, as we have been unusually fortunate in mak ing our purchases and are not only prepared to jrive the very best in the market, but also save you not a little money. A Great Purchase of Muslin Un derwear from Marshall Field & Company enables us to supply our customers at about 33 per cent, below the regular prices. This lot embraces every style and quality of Muslin Underwear made bv this celebrated concern and consists of Gowns, Chimese, retticoats, Corset Covers and Drawers. Never before has a display of such variety and majmitude been brought to Union City. It is such that is impossible , to give detailed descriptions in an advertisement. Come and see it and you will be well paid for your trouble. Mrs. Wiiors Mins Mnry Ijjwson Miss Haay Miss Vallie Fields Miss Lucy Alcott Miss Ila White Robert Redding ........ Mr. Georue Kohinson Asia Minor Wiegs Miss Kuth Crenshaw Australia Wikiis Miss Iiis Carter Ruropetut WigK ...".Brownie Dixon Billy Wixits Murray Woody Jimmy Wiggs ,u Davis Flack IVte lliitrhy Vaughn Davis Fields Chris Hay. Melvin Tisdale Sunday School Children. 3YNOP8I8 ACT I Interior of Mrs. WitfKS' cabin in the cabbane patch. Time Christmas Eve. The Sun- day School lesson, Advent of the "Christmas Lady." ACT II lyiicy Alcott's pnrlor. Two months I later. The oiwrn-l between l.ucv mid Vnbt Reddinif. ACT III Mrs, WiKRS' cabin alwut the time of the "annexation of Cuby." The Wiirirses iro to the theatre. ACT IV Mrs. Wi lots' cnbin on Christmas day, two years Inter. Reconciliation of Mr Boh mid Miss Lucy. Commercial Special. Call meeting next Monday nijrht. I mayors oflke, to consider comins M factory. I fSl 1 (S3 0) JNO. T. WALKER, President II. DIETZEL, Vlce-rresident , ; I. N. WALKER, Cashier The keynote for any Bank with which you' do business should be Safety - Conservatism The Commercial Bank of Union City With Reiouroaa of naarly QuA.rtr Million Dollars and with a well known board of officials and directors is in harmony with the above key-note, and we Therefore Invite Your Banking Business. :::::::::::::::::::i):a 10 me -, 1 ax-rayers. Corset Covers, worth 25 cents to S3.25, selling at 15 cts. to $2.00 Drawers, worth 40 cents to $2.50, now selling at 25 cts. to $1.75 Chimese, worth 85 cents to 3.75, now selling at 50 cts. to $2.50 Qovvns, worth 85 cents to $4.50, we are now selling at 60 cts. to $3.50 Petticoats, worth 75 cents to $6.00, now selling at 50 cts. to $4.25 Answer to Dave Allen's Purported Affidavit as Published in the Obion Democrat February 1, 1907. Amarillo, Tex., Feb. 8, 1907 Mr. L. M. Martin, Martin. Tenn. Dear Lewis: I am surprised and astonished at the paper I received;- iue uoiou democrat, i signed a document that bad nothing- of the kind in it, and it did not amount to anything and all that stuff was added to it. You tell Dr.Nailling so. That also implicates you and makes it appear bad on your part. I would not have had it to happen for any thing in the world. I never had anything to bother me so in my life. They did not send me anything like that to sign. All it had at all was that I bad sold in good faith and was fair and legitmate, and was not trying to beat any one, and that you sold to Dr. Nailling and told me nothing about it is all a mistake. We talked about it for two or three weeks 'be fore the trade was ever made, and I fully agreed to it. m. naming always treated me all right, and I never asked him for a favor in my life he did not grant me. This gets away with me so I cannot write you as I want to to night will the next time. Yours, David Allen. Amarillo Drug Co. -Feed your horses,' hogs, sheep nn.l cattle INTERNATION AL. &1UUV UUD and the benefits derived from that alone (S) will almost pay your taxe. International Stock and Poultry x Food itt guaranteed to jrive the desired results in every re- spect, as it is carefully compounded by people who know Jf their business M When in need of anything in the OliOCEKV line, kindlv remember me. Taking my line all the way through, you will find my prices a low a fhe lowest. SAM'L H. STONE THE GROCER Washington Ave. Phone 180. G o MNG OF AIL I CURES rj&UMATISM AKD Lm U ft A I - J Tier JOIMTt, CMTMOtl taiiiLi. com hu.k.H'b r rt it, Coins, uHioais, chiluii.. aa u mrukMitAiioaa A f ,;)l-K- PHONE NO. 3. REYNOLDS house OWE NIGHT ONLY FRIDAY, Feb. 22 HEAD rifio IM1EWTS ALL PAT J 1 1 EUTt, UIri. !, i MlklBKHIiri.lwltll. i i r mam in I 1 V We have a very interesting line of new patterns in Ginghams, Percales, Prints, all kinds of Wash Goods, Woolens, White Goods, Laces, Embroideries, etc. 07G Bl yjiOTQ mrrry r isyer that Causes Constant Laughter. "THAT ODD FELLOW" Harry Beresford Presenting a clean and spark VI D D. LLOYD, called linr comedy -by DAY TheWoman Hater Management J. C. Coleman. SEATS NOW OM SALE. I wi much sfllicted with rheumatism, write F.J. C. Nud, Iowaville, Sedjwkk Co., Kansas, "going sbout on crutches mud sufferiog a great deal of pain. I was Induced to try Ballard'a Snow Linioient, which enrtd me, after mini? three 50e bottle. ITISTUIS G&fiATEST LINIMENT I EVERUSE&jhaTerec- . twiiBended It to n amber of per ton , all expres themselvea as being benefited bf it. I now walk without crutches, and am ahl rinrm m - ' - ' Ceal cf tigJit UUt n tlt farm.' TII?JtE SIXES: 25c, 50c AND tl.C0 . BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO. . ST. LOUES. U. S A SOLO ANO RECOM?XNOeD BY SBTJO CO., Z7AZX.Z.X1TO CGRNU If you don't read The Commercial tt6w do you- know? o o 0 r X.