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Drs. Parks & Hughes DENTISTS Phone 144. Union Citv.Tesx. IVjrwIaiii Inlay. Porrvtaia Crowns. I'orcelain Bnilifes. The Hiahcut Art iu Utrtiliriry. Changed to a Cash Business. On and after March 1. 1907, the Uaion 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. Prop. Union City Steam Laundry. Vlion YOU wan Buttons, Watch Pictures, Me dalions, Cuff Buttons, Oval Photos, Hit Pin, Photos En larged to life size, we make Iheui in Crayon, Oil, Sepia, Photo Brown or Water Color. a share of your work. Satis faction guaranteed when first ciass work is wanted. EMer, Photographer Over Reeves' Grocery, Washington Avenue. UNION CITY, TEKM. To Patrons and Friends: I have move to my new quarters and will not be disturbed for 10 years. Our friends tell us we look better than ever, Come in and see us; make" our store your headquarters; we enjoy pood company, and will appre ciate your calls. We will al ways be grateful to the people of Union City and Obion coun ty for their patronage. We can show you tine line of Valentines and local Postal Cards, which are now in season, Wall Paper, - and Picture Moulding-. Stock can't be surpassed in West Tennessee. D. P. - Caldwell. Wins Hands-Down. The average auditor in ' the thea tre does not realize bow much a comedian depends upon a wink of the eye and a twist of the mouth. Facial expression is one of the mainstays of the comedian. In this phase of the actor's art Harry Beresford, who is starring in "The Woman Hater," excels. His mimic ry is inimitable. Pantomime is al ways more difficult than elocution. At the bame time Mr. Beresford is largely responsible for the lessened CATARRH GROWING LESS. Dae to the Use of Hyomei. Cares Without Stomach Dosing. There has been a marked falling off of sales of catarrh cures in the local stores the past year. Medicines which were formerly purchased In gross lots are now seldom called for, and the druggist rarely buys more than a doz en at a time. nyomei Is a notable exception to this decrease in sales. It is, in fact, much more than a skillful panto- mimist, for he excels in all ot the essentials that go to make a great comedian. His methods are quiet but effective, and he never descends to horseplay to obtain a laugh. It is only a iust tribute to state that sales of catarrh medicines, as it has cured so many people of catarrhal troubles that naturally there Is less 1 call for remedies for that disease. There. is no disagreeable stomach dosing with Hyomei. It Is breathed through a neat pocket inhaler that comes with every Hyomei outfit. Eed since the death of Joseph Jefferson Cross Pharmacy give their personal there is not a comedian on the stage guarantee that the money will be re- who wins his laugh with such per fect artistry. Apart from his art Mr. Beresford possesses a person ality that has made him the most popular player on the boards since Sol Smith Russell. "The Woman Hater," with Mr. Beresford, will be the attraction at Reynolds Opera House to-night. State Fire Insurance. Senator Cox's resolution direct funded unless the treatment cures, so that you run no risk at all In buying this reliable remedy. The complete Hyomei outfit costs but $1.00 Extra bottles, If needed, 50c. vvnat is it. K.r tsee answer next week's Commercial. in Wrong Thomas. An article was copied in the Jour nal and Tribune yesterday morning Murphy made from the New York Press, under the Obion Tuesday. caption, wapiure lour wives." Il Mr D A Alexander SOUTHSIDE. W. E. Webster spent a few days at the lake last week. , Mr. J. W. Cloar spent Tuesday night with Prof Willie Wilkerson and family at Troy, and Wednes day he went to Clayton to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hammond, Miss May Lippard, ot Elbridge, came up last week to spend a few weeks with her aunt, Mrs. J. W. McCorkle. Miss Floy Aaron returned to her home at Protemus Thursday, after a visit to her friends in Union City. Miss Myrtle Butler is confined to her room with la grippe. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moss and little daughter, Sue Brown, of Northside, spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cole. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Forester spent Sunday in the country with Mr. Forester's mother, who is very sick with fever. Miss Mary Ella Harris, of Rives, was the guest of the Misses Catron this week. Messrs. Knox Everett and Nat a business trip to THE FLOUR OF THE HOUR IS 11' f&LimJ UJ 0000O0O0r00000D0000OO&00O a & 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 Tta Taylor-Trotwood Magazine and THE COMMERCIAL .Both one year for $1.50. The Taylor-Trotwood Magazine published at Nashville. Tenn., with Gov. Robert L. Taylor and John Trot wood Moore as editors, Is the bright est publication of Its charcter ever Issued In the South. Every number Is filled with with pathos and humor of the distinguished ex-Governor and United States Senator-elect Robert L. Taylor, and the romance. Southern history, stories and poems of the in Jmltable John Trotwood Moore. A single number of this magazine is often worth more than the subscrip tion price asked for a whole year, be cause it contains much that Is Instruct ing, entertaining and interesting. It is with pleasure that we announce to our readers that through special ar rangements with the publishers we are enabled to offer this exellent mag atlne in combination with the Com mercial for only $1.50, which is only 50 cents in addition to ' the regular price of The Commercial. As this offer is good for only a limit ed time you should send us your sub scription at once If you wish to take advantage of It. Send all your orders to our address. REYNOLDS house ONE NIGHT ONLY FRIDAY, Feb. 22 The Merry Player that Causes Constant Laughter, THAT ODD FELLOW" w -1 ' 1. .A ?v, ... reierrea l0 a volume coat nas recenwy th t f one o th South ing the recess, to investigate the made Its appearance, "Sex and Socle- jA,B K advisability of having the State in- ty,Mby Prof. William I. Thomas, of mm ,.r.i.ir rxt ?fa fnno ;J tbeChlcago University. Frof Thomas .. . . ... ,l -. was a former Knoxville boy, a gradu quite in keeping with the position ale Qf the UnIver8,ty of Tennessee, onne senator hi m recenr cam- an(j at 0De tme superintendent of Jiu iui iud ucimio, ouu aiau uu iruunc auswucuoo IU me Otaws. ei Mf anil V(,i Marvin fhanpl nit, A. 1 I J - A. . I linn Knin n mn nnnt TT nwtil I n rtiA I me nne u . mi earnest arpimeni u . .. i.uu. ited relatives at Crockett last week. presented to the Insurance Com- ettrs uu" ue ,s weu ,B,emuer i mittaa turn rraara o cm in xxr nih I r Mr. E. B. Stahlman advised that committee, as a solution to the in aide's fairest belles Mr. R, F. Mabry left Tuesday for Lebanon to visit a sister and brother whom he has not seen tor twenty-six years. The many friends of Mr. Joe ville Journal and Tribune. Temple will be glad to know that This is a new Thomas on us. he recovering from a four week's Thadiletia P. Thomas irrnnWad tussle with malarial fever, surance problem in this State, to f rom the Tjmver8ity of Tennessee Mr. and Mrs.Geo. Adams, daugh tnourougniy consider tne matter. in 1R85 -.n(1 jma.ht ; rnn. ter, Miss Sudie, of Northside, and One of the strong arguments in vifl nnMi. .,,, n fhA TTn. Miss. Dora Bethel, of Cincinnati, favor of the proposition is that the ion Cit Hi h gchool ftnd ,ate spent Sunday with the Gipsies. State has lor many years insured wa hauava tn taaumn nA Mr. Dock Kirk made a business its own property at a savin of the snnhomnrfl historv n!ftSRflfl at vn. tr'P to Walnt Log last week, and entire premium, while strictly niu- darhnt. H wnt from TnnflRJ his little granddaughter accompa med him home. Gipsy is looking forward for the arrival ot a widow lady by the name of Widow Cyclone, but as the distance is so great it may be sev eral days yst betore she lands in insurance companies, organ- r,.u 11 tt-.:.,: U f 4. . .11 J has hRpin a nrnfflKsnr in tho Wn i .1 t i i I " 7,,uT,jr tt C lUMiinuuB io man's College of Baltimore. He tneir members at a premium rate 9 thfir nnw f wfl . mifrfllb(l nnf i , . - oi rrom w 10 o percent, .ess tnan His brotn PrU& Th now the rates charged bv the old line l- . . r, v . i in i rnif in i diiiiii v. WM.M .Ti hih riiri. i n.ii . y companies. If such results can be erintendeDt of Public Instruction the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ad- of f aina.l tin t-nar utnvr nrhi Mif l-v w- I ... I a"r"Dl r i " UJf """- "Z under Gov. Taylor's last adminis- ams for the past six weeks, will an insurance department control!- tratinn. Wfl .ftnfna9 5ynnP(,nA nt 1eave for hr hnm, in r;r5n cu uy iuo oiaie iur me pruieciiUD of its citizens? it is no stretch of the imagina tion to declare that the State, with an insurance department ably or Prof. William 1. Thomas, of the nati. University of Chicago. Nashville American. REST MADE EASY. ganbed, would be able to give its There Will Be Ubs Meeplessness citizens a reduction of 25 per cent, on the present premium . rate, and yt within ten years have saved enough surplus to liquidate the State's entire bonded indebted oess. The matter is certainly one deserving the most serious consid eration of the committee and the When Union City People Learn This. Can't rest at night with a bad back, a lame one. a weak or aching one. Doan's Kidney Pills are for bad backs. They cure every form of kldnev ills. From common back ache to diabetes. They are endorsed by Union City peome. nr.. t to r t.... i j touiwiji, i.iDu v n icigiamgon jiirst street, says: "A con itanner. Mr. Roy Webster and bis bride, of Wickliffe, Ky., spent Sunday night with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Webster, near Rives. The friends of M r s. Annette Pursley will be Borry to know she is on the sick list this week. W. E. Webster made a business trip to Reelfoot Lake last week. Miss Kenna Compton was the guest of relatives at Gibbs last week. The many friends of Col. Catron will be glad to know that he has Get your lunch at Dahnke's. Dyer County Boy Missing. Dyersburg, Tenn., Feb. 16 A sensation has been caused in this community by the disappearance of Melbourn Mifter, 16 years old, who left here Thursday night. He was stant dull aching pain in my back and recovered from his recent illness, Esq. Ferrell, of Number Ten, was erted myself In any way I felt sharp in the city Saturday rur nirno in t ho Dmu tr mu hnnir a I niclit I was afraid to turn in bed Mrs, Sallie Hensbaw, nt Clayton, for fear of stitches catch I off me. If I soent Tuesday with Mrs. J. W uia turn nam 8et in ana i was rest ess ri and nervous, and would lie awake for nours and rise in the morning more Mrs. Marvin Chapel is one among urea man wnen i went to oea. i saw u- .i. Our sales are steadily gain ing, day by day. There's a reason for it. Ask your neighbors why they use it. O o 0 0 a a 0 0 a. 0 00000000000000000000000000 ' ardv Grain Co Telephone - - - - No. 7 : t' 0 O 6 O . JNO. T. WALKER, President n. DIETZEL, Vice-President I). JJ. WALKER, Cashier The keynote for any Bank with which you do business should be Safety - Conservatism , . The Commercial Bank of Union Gity With Reiouross of nsarly s Quarttr Million Dolla.rS v and with a vell known board of officials and directors is in harmony with the above key-note, and we Therefore Invite Your Banking Business. ::::::::sb:6:g:::0:o:o SAMUEL PL STONE o P. o - o the Modern grocer O Has just received a full line of GARDEN and FfXJWEB SEED, ONION SETS, and all kinds of SEED lRIft POTATOES. Investigate prices on this line of poods. We also carry a full line of GROCERIES and all kinds of FEED STUFF, which are being sold on as close a margin as they O can legitimately oe boki. . Everything guaranteed to eive tier feet satisfaction every respect. O unD't neglect feeding international stock and Poultry Food. It is a paving investment. Washington Ave. Phone 180. j JSf"N. N. 1 have Fence Pout always on hand for sale. Q .::::::::s:::::::::o:o o o o seen Friday morning walking south f06 a D0X at Wo8S 1)rug 'tore. I found No, no; Gipsy is neither dead nor on the Illinois. Central track near rrmBKr,rtZ 1 T'" "Pnsed at the return of Cyclone, fiatps. Tenn.. frnimr tnwarrl VTom. which had hwn vprw nnnnvlna anii for we all know it IS now time for His parents are prostrated distreT,ng were greatly relieved. In cyclones to make their appearance. puis, fact, I felt great improvement every with grief, and are very anxious to j way. My son also used Doan's Kid- hear something of the whereabouts of their son narry tseresTora Presenting a clean and spark ling comedy by DAVID D. LLOYD, called : : : ; : TheWoman Hater Management J. C. Coleman. Sr. ATS NOW Off SALC. Even from the Mountains Ballard's-Snow Liniment is praised for the trood It does. A sure cure for Rheumatism and all pains. Wright W. Loving, Grand Junction, Colo., writes: "i usea Mallard's snow Lini- ment. last winter, for Rheumatism and can recommend It as the best Llnlmenton the market. I thoutrht. at the time I was taken down with this trouble, that it would be a week. before I could get about, but on ap plying jour nniiou t several times urinur the night, l was about in 48 hours and well in three days." Sold by Allen Dru? Company. Card of Thanks. We wish to return our heartfelt thanks to our friends and neigh- bora for their man? kind deeds dur ing some of the darkest hours of our life at the death of dear little Clare Irene. May God in His infi nite mercy spare you all from such a heart-breaking trial as this one was. ' Sam AuxfWs F am sty,' ' For a clear complexion, tr igbt spark-! ling eye and vigorous digwtior;, take! Peickly Ash Bitters. It put the sy tern in perfect order. AUen Drug Co., S. A. ney Pills with splendid results. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Kew York, sole agents for the United Iulure Mates ltemember the name Doan's and take no other. And my, my; as he has taken such a long vacation, I fear there will be a lot ot damage done in tne near Land for Sale. One hundred acres of land, 2'A miles trorn city, tor sale cheap or for trade in exchange for Union City property. 46-4 1. . C. E. Cobb. Office for Rent. Double office in C. B. A. Buildinsr for5 rent. Apply at office of Cum berland Telephone and Telegraph Co. 45 tf. For Rent Two good on Harrison street, near Grocery. Apply to 40 t. L. II. Thomas. rooms White's Thoroughbred Jersey bull, at Dr. Moss' place one-halt mile north of town. Service $1 cash or $2 booked. 48-4t I. S. Carmack. I iave a registered Jersey bull at my f,i rm 2 miles east of Union City. Service fl 4S-.St S. X. Matthews. , Tor Rent. Three new rooms over store. W. G. KEV.NOtos & Son. Misses Cammie and Vallie Askew were visitors at tne neasant val ley school Tuesday. Miss Otelia Forester was the guest of Mrs. W. W. Mays last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hammond and little daughter, Nina, of Clayton, were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cloar this week. Business seems to be picking up some in bouthsiae as tne music ot the carpenter's hammer is heard now-a-days. Some of the cvi h" "Thar; some of the many readers have been wondering at my long absence. It has been because of the mud. My good friends who have been so kind to telephone me their news f ailed, j all on account of the mud being so deep that even a telephone message! could not reach Southside. ' ' Gipsy. ii5iiiia)aiii) t w , I 11 PERMANENTLY CURES CONSUMPTION, COUGH, COLD, BRONCHITIS ABTMMA, moms THROAT. HOAHSZNZ9B WHOOMNQ COUGH AND CROUI DO NOT DELAY Until th drain on yoiir systsnn produces permanent dis&bility. Ths human eruiing mcninery is a wonaenui system or tubes and cells. TO nsvs good j he!th it mut bs kept in good order. A COLD ie considered of no impor- tance, yet if it was known by it's proper name of "threat inflammation.'' f or wce)njrStiOn Of the lun?."lta dangerous character would he imr. I ciated. When a cold makes its appearance use at ones Ballartf's Mors feeana $rr which will speedily overcome it ' wnwRNO COUOM and C.COUP Require Prompt Action. SNOW i LINIMENT asoiied to the throat and chest irivee wonderful relief. rv : Bsllard'a Horehound Syruo will ranidly stop the violent paroirysr s t f coxighiny. IT IS THE ONLY COUCH RMDY THAT .;U fOflTiVZLY CUSS WHOOPINO COUCH AND CEOU?. CHILDHEII BEST FOR Km Ketii kdm, Go!dUswH, T , wrl: hmve erd f Paint vour bouse with Mastic Mixed Pain t. Nailling - Keiser Hdw. Co., successors to II. DieUel. AI.D S Thrta tin 0"f Tike CI.U irea'e Tevedie Mir Ivetf leKi C4ara.i4 J , I Edhrd Snow Llnlcsnt Co., St Lc SOLO AND RSCOMME? " X.LEW BBTJO CO., xtAii zz: 13 EY ' . J c;r OKI' If you don't read Tlie C$ How do you kth y I "Hi'