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The commercial. (Union City, Tenn.) 190?-193?, August 23, 1907, Image 9

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The time is now on to break wheat ground.
The greatest Sulky Plow
The only Walking Plow is
The buggies that last and give you the best service for your money is what you want.
MailMM-Keisei9 Hardware Co
(Successors to H. DIETZEL.)
VAi;-tfijrafviM -.
Mies May Giddings has returned
to St. Louis.
Miss Elsie Woodfin was in the
city Saturday.
' Joe Temple is back from a visit to
his 6ister at Paris.
Mr. Ed Jones, of Mobile, is visit
ing in Onion City.
C. H. McKinnis, of Rives, was in
the city Tuesday.
Don't forget to call on Walters
for oats and nay.
Elvis Hilliard, of Martin, visited
in the city Monday.
J. K. Murphy was in St. Louis on
business this week.
Miss Allie Whitley is visiting in
Memphis this week.
Mrs. David Cocknll has returned
from a visit to Memphis.
Miss Adah Casebere will be home
this week from St. Louis.
as-you-go place
The pay
Mrs. Oscar Turner has returned
to her home in Mayfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred D. Smith are
visiting in Bardwell, Ky.
E. J. Green, of Obion, was here
Wednesday on legal business.
Dan Glenn and W. F. Tate are
spending the week at the lake..
Capt. J. C. Reynolds returned yes
terday from Weaverville, N. C.
Cooking is a pleasure on oilstoves.
JNauling-Keiser iiaraw. co.,
Successors to H. Dietzel
The Singer Sewing Machine Co.
is improving its office this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Stovall, of Number
Seven, were in the city this week,
Supt. A. C. Nute is expecting his
wife and little son home this week.
Mrs. Cordelia Moss, of Home
street, is again reported seriously
Miss Annie Rogers, of Trenton,
Little Gerald Ownby Curlin has
been quite ill with malaria for sev-
eral days.
J. A. Arnn, of the Morgan-Ver
hine Co., is enjoying a vacation for
a few days.
Dan Fleming, of Winfield, La., i
in the city visiting his sister, Mrs
Sam Wynn.
Mrs. Claude And rews, of Padu
cah, is in the city visiting relatives
and friends.
Miss Bessie Brummell left Sun
day for Paducah to visit relatives
and friends.
Walker Martin went to Paducah
this week to embark on a boat trip
to Alabama.
Glenn and Brandon Davis were in
Jackson this week visiting Mrs. F
J. Bartoldus.
J. W. Leegan returned from Ful
ton Friday, where he had been
Miss Katie Robinson has returned
from Columbus, Ky., where she had
been visiting.
If you want a Range, go to Nail
ling-Keiser Hardware Co., success
ors to H. Dietzel.
Mrs. Clive N. Lannom and chil
dren are visiting friends and rela
tives in Paris.
Miss Mamie Worley, of Obion, is
visiting, her friend, Miss Dantie
Pardue, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Edwards are
at home again after an extended
trip to Jamestown.
Miss Kenna Compton left Satur
day for Lynnville to spend several
weeks with friends.
Japanese Matting cheap, at Bell
Furniture Co.
Mrs. J. B. Hibbitts, of Fort Worth,
Tex., visited Mrs. P. Y. White and
Mrs. Chas. Burchard.
Mrs. C. L. Gordon left Wednes
day tor Nashville to spend a few
days with her brother.
Mrs. W. W. Moore is entertaining
as guest her sister, Miss Clintie
Harrison, of Memphis.
Mrs. C. M. Burchard returned
Wednesday from Martin where she
had been visiting friends.
Chas. R. Wade, one of the promi
nent citizens of Kenton, was in the
city a few hours Wednesday.
Mrs. Sweatman and two daught
ers. of Paducah, are in the city vis.
ting Mr. and Mrs. R. Garth.
Miss Mary Alice Johnson, of
Cayce, Ky., is visiting Miss May
Atteberry in the city this week.
Miss Mabel Harris, who has been
visiting Mrs. Walter Rice, has re
turned to her home at Anna, 111.
We carry only the best lines that
can be obtained for the money.
uransiora & Andrews.
Miss Lovie Landrum left this
week to visit relatives and friends
in Roundrock, Tex.
Mrs. J. E. Pollock will leave Sat-
urday for Columbus, Ky. to visit
is in the city visiting Miss Pauline relatives and friends.
Hardy. Mrs. J. J. Cartan and children are
Attorney J. A. Whipple has re- Upending the week with friends in
turned from a business trip to Mis- tne c;tT 0f st. Louis.
We are better prepared than ever
to take care of our customers. Two
graduated opticians, two expert
watch makers and two engravers.
All work guaranteed. Branstord&
Andrews. '
Mrs. Belcher, of Woodland Mills,
has returned home after a visit of
several days with relatives in the
city. '
49 cents a room up for Wallpaper,
at Bell Furniture Co. Phone 530.
Mrs. Oscar Turner, after a visit
in tne city with Mrs. Green, has
returned to her home in Mayfield,
Mrs. Necley, of near Murfrees
boro, was in the city this week vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. Jno. T. Walker
Harry Webster, one of the most
ubstantial farmers of the section
south of the city, is sick of typhoid
Mrs. C. L. Gordon, Mis9 Katye
Bransford, J. W. Leegan and T. H.
Puryear enjoyed the picnic at Gibbs
Oil stoves are the thintr. Ask
your neignoor.
Naiiling-Keiser Hardw. Co.,
Successors to H. Dietzel.
Mrs.W. R.Webster and daughters,
Misses Leon and Mary Leater, and
Geo. Moody went to the picnic last
Mrs. Nettie Burton, of Fulton,
who has been here during the past
week visiting relatives, has re
turned home. . 1
Mrs. Lucien Brevard and family,
of Mississippi, were in the city this
week visiting Mrs. Brevard's uncle,
D. B. Bryant.
Let us make your Sunday cake.
Dahnke's Cafe.
Major W. L. and Mrs. Alexander
returned this week from Rochester,
N. Y., after a visit to Mr. and Mrs.
Jas. Alexander. s
Miss Ella Britton has returned
from Wanette, Okla., after spend
ing the summer with her sister,
Mrs. Bonnie Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Harpole and
Miss Virginia Harpole, after an ex
tended visit in the vicinity Of Union
City, have returned to Watson, Ark
J. P. Verhine, of the Morgan-Ver
hine Co,, left this week for the mer
cantile markets to buy goods for
the houses in Union City and Ken
Use Dahnke-Walker Milliner Co
flour, a home product, and guaran
Miss Geraldine Johnson returned
home from Paducah Sunday, accom
panied by her uncle, Mr. Claud
Johnson, editor of-the Labor
Mr. and Mrs. George Carter have
moved to the Baker cottage at
Pleasant Valley. Mr. and Mrs.
Baker have taken the Carter home
on Lilac street.
D. K. Baker has exchanged places
with Geo. Carter. By this trade
Mr. Baker and family move to town
and Mr. Carter and family go to
Pleasant Valley.
call and see the hand-
painted parlor table Bell Furniture
co. gives away at the Fair Sept, 26
Miss Mabel Dupree, of St. Louis
who is the guest of Mrs. D, E
Penick in the city, will sing at the
morning service next Sunday at the
Methodist Church.
Mrs. Wm. King was in Jackson
the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs
King expect to move to Jackson
next week, Mr. King baviug a po
sition as trainman on the M. & O.
Miss Aileen Taylor, of Belleville,
111., who has been visiting her aunt,
Mrs. Joe Moss, in the city, went to
Paducah this week, accompanied
bv Miss Sue Brown Moss, to visit
her grandmother, Mrs. S. A. Brown
Fine Pianos
and Organs
Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Rinehart,
of Fort Worth, Tex , announces the I
advent of Richard Philip Rinehart i
August 12, 1907.
Dr. I. N. Johnson, of Glass, is
here this weetf looking for a suita
ble location to reside. Dr. Johnson
is one ot the county's best citizens,
and people of Union City would be
proud to have him and his good
family with us. We trust he wiil
find suitable inducements.
ixaiuing-iveiser uardw. Co.,
successors to H. Dietzel. PAQV TPDMC
J. L. Haguewood, president of the C3 Y 1 CKiVlp
Hardy Bros. & Haguewood Co., left Phone SCl1
iviouaay lor 6t. xouis and Chicago.
From Chicago he goes to Cincin
nati and New York and before he
returns will have visited all the
principal markets. He is accom
panied by Mrs. Haeruewood. and
they will be absent about three
Union City.
Don't Push
Japanese Matting- cheao. at Bell
r urnuure jo.
The horse can draw the
load without help, if you
reduce friction to almost
nothing by applying
Had dyspepsia or indigestion for
years. o appetite, and what laid
at distressed me terribly. Burdock's
Blood Bitters cured me." J. II. Walk
er, Sunbuiy, Oliio.
FOR REST CIIEAP Good erocerv
bouse, corner Second and Church sts.
IStf Apply to C. E. Cobb.
New Alderman.
The election of J. F. Gregory to
fall the vacancy caused by the resig
nation ot G. B. White as a member
of the Board of Aldermen is simply I
a transfer of a valuable man from
public duty and the placing of an
other in his stead who is every way
a capaoie ana wormy successor.
Two better men could not be found
for such a trust.
Famous Old Hickory oorch and
lawn chairs and settees, $1.50 up
ai oeu r urnuure v.0,
- a a -u.J.SAiV'j
to the wheels. In
b. 1
No other lubii
cant ever made
wears so long
and saves so much
horsepower. Next time
try Mica Axle Greas.
Standard Oil Co.
r ft .t.-M mm
L 1
ijiu fiuimti .MLti.-un next
Auesaay, August 22, we will make a
special sale of pictures. All pictures
worth ?2.50 on sale for 69 cents. Fiv
ana a en cent btore.
FOR SALE-Resristered Jersey Cow
wiiu neuer can. rnce (). Artirn:
u ii. uood, union City, Tenn.
Nothing delivered on Sundav af
ter 11 a. m. Dahnke. '
I 1U
Cost Sale !
I am selling: niv Station erv
Stock at Cost, Other e-oods
below Cost. Show cases for
Caftan's Book Store.
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6-S-4 "eat up" rusl n water does milt.
li your dealer hnnt it, the fnitm City Hardware
rumuure lo., una.
Where Will Yon Spend Your Vaca
tion? By the seaside. rnountalriKiilonp lat.
shore? No doubt you intend to enjoy
yourself at oneof thecool and delicti t
ful resorts North. East or Wet. Wrlto
to Jno. M. IJeall. General J'HS-nirer
Asrent Mobile & Ohio Ii. R ., St. Louis,
Mo., for full particuiars mrardiosr
rates, etc.
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