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tmm Why Vino! Is Better Than Any Other Remedy to Restore n a n i tlr . Because Vinol is a real Cod Liver Preparation and does not contain a single disagreeable or harmful ingredient and is cot a secret formula. Because Vinol contains all the medicinal elements the soothing, healing, strengthening and flesh creative properties of Cod Liver Oil but without oil or grease. Because everything in Vinol, except the tonic iron and a fine old wine, is actually extracted from fresh cods' livers and their oil. Because Vinol is deliciously palatable and agreeable under all conditions. Everybody likes it. Because Vinol tones up the system, strengthens every organ, nerve, muscle and fibre of the whole body and thus overcomes weakness by thoroughly eradicating the cause of disease. That's Why Vinol is altogether different and better than any other remedy for Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, and all Throat, Lung and Wasting Diseases. That's. Why Vinol Restores Health and Streneth to IV Delicate Children, Feeble Old People, Weak and Sickly v Persons, Nursing Mothers, and Convalescents. WE RETURN MONEY IF IT FAILS TO GIVE SATISFACTION RED CROSS DRUO STORE Watson & Kimzey, - Proprietors W ill LVU1 r J RIVES. . ' Roy Cummings is visiting in Ken ton. Mrs. Nan Moffat ia ill with la- grippe. Mrs. W. G. Petty is very ill at this writing. Claude Potts visited in Obion the last of the week. - Mrs. Newt Dickey is very much better at this writing. Mrs. Ada House and family will this week move to Kerrville. "The iSightengales" were receiv ed here Saturday and Suuday. Miss Mayme Calhoun spent the first of last week in Union City. Miss Amy Moss spent Sun,day with her grandfather, J. B. Caudle. Mrs. John Hooper is in Union City having her eyes treated by Dr, Edwards. Mr. Hubert Shore and family are with their parents, Mr. and Mrs Joel Shore this week. Little Lemmie Roan, grandchild of Mr. Hollf nd Blttick, has return- ed to her home near Beech. , Mrs. W. E. Shropshire and chil dren, , of Pleasant Hill, visited Aunt Jane Dickey Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Moffat, of Obion, visited the family of Mr. 4Oiica&Clemtnoti8 Saturday and Sun day. Master Archie Shi pp and sister, Miss Ludie, are spending the week with their grandmother west of Union City. Little Edward Alexander, of Un ion Ci.y, visited his grandparents, 'Mr. and Mrs J. S. Alexander, the last of the week. Dr. Moores, who has been in our town for two years or more, has this week moved his splendid stock of drugs to Fayetteville, Tenn. . Mr. and Mrs. VV. Y, McCord en tertained quite a number of young people Tuesday night. Maria. CLAYTON. The family that keeps on hand and uses occasionally the celebrated Piuck ly Ash U1TTEK8 Is always a well-reg ulated family. Allen Drug Co., S. A. I ception of a small amount of la Well, kind editor: it is with plea sure that we return to the band Hope to hear from them all every week Health is very good with the ex MAPLE GROVE. Mr. Fred Latimer, who has been sick, is now able to attend school. Miss Grace Caldwell spent Fri day night with Miss Ruth Marshall. M r, Tillman Shipp visited his brother John, of Cairo, 111., last Sunday. Mrs. T. E. Marshall and daiigh- grippe. Mr. Arthur Cloar and family vis ited Mr. and Mrs. Green Cloar near Crystal last Sunday. John Ratliff, the esteemed Clay ton merchant, visited his parents at Crystal last Sunday. Mr. ,and Mrs. S. K. Barnes are visiting relatives and friends at Nashville this week. Mrs. Minnie Cherry and children, of Protemus, visited frknds and ter, Miss Annie, were in Union City relatives at Clayton last week. WHEN THE KIDNEYS ARE AILING. The Urgent Need of Prompt Restora tive Measures is Something That Every One Should Understand. A Stitch in1 Time Saves Nine. Slight disorders in the kidneys or uri nary organs are more serious than most people think. The first warning symp toms should receive prompt medical treatment to ward off Bright's Disease or some other dangerous malady. When the kidneys are ailing and thesymptoma become sufficiently pronounced to be noticeable the condition cals at once for prompt measures to staj theVirogress of the disease. Prickly Ash Hitters is the remedy needed. Taken on "the ap pearance of the first symptoms, such as pain in the back, pufiiness under the eyes, irregularities m trie-wine, digestive disorders, it will save the victim incal culable misery aud suffering, mental torture and expense. Used at the begin ning of the trouble it cures quickly. Used in the more ad vs need stages it will . , , 111. 1 .-. I 111. win oaen. neaiui uu sutuiu no wjnw as circumstances will possibly pcrr Accept no (substitute. Insist ot tvtfiflr the genuine Prickly Ash Bitter ith the large figure in reu u wi . 4 r bottle. 'gents shopping Friday. There was quite a number5 of horses and mules sold at the sale of Dr. T. A. Marshall Saturday, , Miss Hattie Owens, who has been visiting her cousin, Miss Elizabeth Owens, has gone to Nashville. Miss Ludie Shipp and brother, of Rives, are visiting their grand mother Mrs. R. E. Shipp, this week. ' ' " . Mr. and Mrs. Clark Houser and little daughterMyrtle, visited rel atives near Salem Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mitchell and family spent Saturday night and Sunday with 'Mr. and Mrs. J, D. Caldwell. , Star. NUMBER THREE. Mr. and Mrs. Grooms, of Fre mont, visited hotnefolks Sunday. Farmers are very busy fencing and getting ready to sow oats and clover. ' Mrs. Cole, pt Spout .Spring, is dangerously 6ick at the home ot Geo, Hines. Mrs. Ella Andrews, of Spout Spring, visited Mrs.' Emma John son last week. Preaching service will be held at Star ot Bethlehem Sunday, con ducted by Rev. Kendall. Mrs. Sehter gave the young peo ple a party Saturday night. A large crowd was present and all enjoyed the occasion. Buster Brown Miss Ella Smith will begin her school at the Union Hill school house the first Monday in March. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McDaniel, of Crystal, visited Mr, and Mrs. Chasi Russell at the Owen sawmill last Saturday. The many friends of Dr. T. E. Marshall and family are glad to learn that they have decided not to go to Union City. We are glad to sav that Vera Owen, who has been absent from school about four months with whooping cough, is able to enter school again. The young men's debating society at Clayton continues to be very in tereSting. The subject for Satur day night's debate will be "Re solved, That war has been more de structive to the human race than intemperance." It will be conduct ed by Dr. liar Glover, J. S. Ratliff, Prof. Stigler, Prof. McGhee. Every- body cordially invited. Wild Plum. The Board. The Board of Mayor and Alder men met Tuesday, with, Alderman Semones as acting Mayor in the ab sence of Mr. Waker. Mr. Bransford submitted a com pleted map and plan ot city, named and numbered, which was approv ed. The following assessments were reduced: Mrs. Curry, $100; Joe Rob erts on building. $400; Mrs. Cannon on building, $500. . Provisions were made and Supt. Wade authorized to employ Mr. Sam Brummellas engueer of the water plant. t. W. Moors petitioned tor sew er across road at Adams store. Granted. The city tax limit for ' collection was extended to April 1, 1907. W. G. Reynold's hall is to be investi gated as a suitable place for the city hall and board meetings. Feel languid, weak, run-down? Head ache?' Stomach "off"? Just a plain case of la?.y liver. Burdock Blood Bit ters tones liver and stomach, promotes digestion, purities the blood. Soothes itching skin. Heals cuts or burns without a scar. Cures piles, ec .ema, salt rheum, any Itching. Doan's Ointment. Your druggist sells it. SUNNY SIDE. Rev. G. W. Smith is on the sick list this week. Tom Batta was in Martin Thurs day on business. Mrs. Jas. Askins is visiting in Fulton this week. Root. Palmer, of Gibbs, visited homefolks Sunday. Dee Stanley was in Union City Saturday on business. Several of Miss Jettie White's friends visited her Saturday and Sunday. The farmers are making their plant beds and getting ready for farming. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Holley, of near Union City,, visited Mr. John Worrell and family Sunday. . The litfle daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Stanley, who has been very sick, is thought to be some better at present. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Speight, of near here, visited Mr. and Mr. B. l Stanley, of Number One, last week. The Two Friends. Don't Put Off until to-morrow wliat you can do to day, t If you are suffering from a tor pid liver, or constipation, don't wait unt il tomorrow to get help. Buy a bottle of Heroine" and get that liver worklngrlght. Promptness about health saves many lck spells. Mrs. Ida Oreshani, Point, Tex., writes: "I used Herbine In my family for six ve;rs. and (ind it does all it claims ,to Jo." Sold by Atlea Dru? Company. Spring Arrangement. The management of the Union City Skating Rink requests us to announce that on account of the spring season coming on prices for skating will be reduced from 25 cents to 15 cents single and from 50 cents to 25 cents a couple, with gen eral admission to both ladies and gentlemen tree. Tbe skates used are now undergoing thorough re pair and will be put in first-class condition. Concerts by the Second Regiment Band will be given each night. The doors are open for skating on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday nights. For the benefit of ladies and school children who can not attend the evening sessions, special arrangements have been made fpr Tuesday and Friday after noon matinees. Now'is the time to learn how to skate, if you do not already know. West Tennessee Monument Co invites you to inspect its work. Brothers and Babies. Charles and Eugene Sedberry, brothers, proprietors and conduc tors of the Palace barber parlors, are doubtless two of the happiest men in Obion County to day. To gether with their families they oc cupy the Adams cottage near the C. P. Church, Charles occuovinar the left suite of rooms and Eugene the right. Last Tuesday morning at exactly 9 o'clock Dr. M. A. Blan tor left a daughter at Charlies' home, and at 10.15 the same morn ing carried a bouncing baby boy to Eugenes' side of the bouse. Organ for Sale I have a fine parlor Packard or gan, in good condition, cheap. Any one wishing to see it; will find it at Harper & Shore's store at Rives, Tenn.- W. H. Cook. . Married at Obion. Jas. Wallace and Miss Mollie Mc Coy were married by Esq. T. J. Lovell at Obion last Wednesday The bride was employed in the of fice of the Cumberland Telephone Company. Dissolution Notice The firm of R. J.' Braniham & Co , having this day been dissolved, II. J. Braniham retiring from said firm; all parties Indebted to said firm of ft -J. Braruhani & Co. will please call and settle their accounts with B. C. Brain- ham at his usual place of business on or before 15th day of March. 1!H7. or same will be placed In the hands of ah officer for collection, as this business must be closed. Likewise those to whom the firm are indebted will tile their claims or accounts against said firm with the said B. C, Bramharu, this February 19, 1o7. R. J. Bramham & Co We desire to take advantage of this opportunity of thanking our friends and customers for their kindness and patronage, and solicit your continued favors. -. B. C. Bhamiiam & Co. Grain and Coal. Just Arrived. 12-qt, granite dishpans and 3 qt. granite coffee pots to sell at 25 cents while they last. The People's 5 and 10c store, C. B. A. building. Public Sale. On Thursday. March 7. 11)07, one mile north of Woodland Mills, near State Line on N., C. & St. L. Ry., I will offer for sale to the highest bid der the following, .propertyi three black'mares, 7 and uyears, finest qual ity, ten head of nice young stock from I to 4 years, 8 mules, 2 nice gentle horses, two mule wagon, 20 head of hogs 10 head of cows, household and kitchen furniture, also. 2 complete inresuer outnts, one corn shredder, and complete set of farming tools. Terms to be made known on day of sale. LekC Maddox, 48-2t State Line, Ky, STAR Or BETHLEHEM. Mrs. Dr. Doran is on the sick list this week. Mr. Dine Cole has sold his place and moved to Hickman. George Bedford and Roe Thomas were in Hickman Monday. Miss Artie Walker visited her uncle, Mr. Joe Hogan, Sunday. W. E. Webster, of the city, was a welcome visitor at G. N. Walker's home last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Moores were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Hamilton Sunday. .Misses Azilee Brown and Lucy Thurman were the guests of Miss Ethel Bedford Sunday. Dr. Cox blessed the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Wiggam with two bright-eyed little girls last Sunday. The Twins. For Sale. Moth Bronz turkey eirtra $2.00 for 12. Send in your orders and have them booked. v Mrs. T. J, Williams, R. F. D. No. 3. Phone 419-3. DR. R. M. LEAKE, Physician and Surgeon Omce in the Nallling Building. Telephone No. - -Union City, Tenn. Watch the Label. If you are a subscriber to The Com mercial your name Is printed on a lit tle yellow label. On this label Is print ed the date to which your subscription is paid. Look it up and If you owe the paper anything we w a n &-rviy-" amount may be small, but several bun- dred small accounts mean a great deal to us. The Commercial appreciates., your patronage, but If you will attend to this matter to-day the favor will be doubly appreciated. (implies with all requirements of the National Pure Food Law, Guarantee No. 2041, filed at Washington. -fir-" Jr iPOwERTHArTuRnroTHCwiLOrn-r 'i2T. .TsOl 5. I I C t is , I eounTRyTHC9uw5Hircs upon j VU lfR writes a "I havq "For over thirty years," gentleman in L01 Angeles, used Arbuckles Coffee. Many times my family has tried other coffee only to come back to our old reliable, unchange able Arbuckles.' No other coffee has this uniform never failing aroma, I care riot at what price. I have oftenwished I could tell you this." Many other people have the same opinion. Arbuckles was the first roasted packaged coffee, and its tales exceed all the others put together. That it costs you less is due simply to' out coffee business being so much greater than any competitors, in (act, it is larger than the next (our largest firms in the world combined. We naturally tan and actually do give better coffee in ARIOSA than anyone"else can give for the price; Being the standard article it is told at the narrowest margin of profit. Some grocers will try to sell you instead loose coffee which the roaster is ashamed to sell in a SOLD in SCALED PACKAGES QMty roa you OTECTion T package bearing his name. Don't take it, neither the looks nor the price indicate its cup quality. No matter where you buy Arbuckles' ARIOSA, or what you pay for it, it's the tame old uniform Arbuckles' ARIOSA Coffee. If your grocer will not supply, write to ARBUCKLE BROS., . - Nw York Cw. U sa cm 'loYmc&o Amoves UaWuj) m Scmaps Tobacco : .6-V:"-; ''aaA;-Ctittcc ' Three ways are used by farmers for curing and preparing their to bacco for the market; namely sun cured, air cured and flue .cured. The old and cheap way is called air cured; the later discovery and im proved way is called flue cured. In flue curing the tobacco is taken from the fields and racked in barns especially built to retain heat and there subjected to a continuous high temperature, produced by the direct . heat of flame heated flues, which brings out in the tobacco that stimulating taste and aroma that expert roasting develops! in green rrxffaa TKbco cJrrJ1ir nroi'cc: rrivf to both tobacco and coffee the cheer ing ami stimulating quality that pop ularizes their use. The quality of tobacco depends much on the curing process and the kind of soil that produces it. as ex pert tests prove that this flue cured . " r It. J. REYN0T -S5 tobacco, grown in the famous Pied mont region, requires and takes less sweetening than tobacco grown in any other section of the United States and has a wholesome, stimulating, juicy, full tobacco taste that satisfies tobacco hunger. That's why chewers prefer Schnapps, because Schnapps cheers more than any other chewipg tobacco, and that's why chewers of Schnapps pass the good thing along -one cnewer makes other chewers, until the fact is established that there are more chewers and more pounds of tobacco chewed to the population in states where Schnapps tobacco is sold than there are in those states where Schnapps has not yet been offered to the trade. A ioc. plug of Schnapps is more economical than a much larger ioc. plug of cheap tobacco. Sold at 50c. per pound in 5c. cuts. Strictly 10 and 15 cent plugs. PANY WESTON-SALEM, N. C. 1 v., V A. X.