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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
was in Obion Sun was in Dresden Claire Keller day. . - H. P. Taylor Monday. .. - Mr. Walter Stone was in Martin Tuesday. W. P. Rogers was in Nashville this week. Mr. Sam Beard, of Obion, was here Monday. Fresh oysters 'at Dahnkes Henry Snowden has returned from Memphis Dr. J, B. Sharp, of Obion, was in the city Tuesday. Misses Richmond and Brummell , visited Gibbs Sunday. , Use Sunshine Flour. None better, Mrs. Robt. Cheatham, of Gibbs, was in shoppiugJTuesday. Mrs. J. B. Adkerson, of Rives, was up shopping Monday. Mrs. W. R. Webster visited husband in Cairo this week. her Call for tickets at W. W. Moore's Jas. McAdod! Hickman, visited friends in the citf this week. Miss Mayme Doyle will be at home from St. Louis Monday. Pierce Pardue came home from Hickman to spend Thanksgiving-. The celebrated New York Count oysters at Dahnkes. j. hi. aioweu, ot Lrioos was a -business visitor here Wednesday. R. L. Hauser, a well known citi zen of Rives, was in town Tuesday. Mrs. Mary Lou Moody and son, John, returned from Cairo Sunday. Christmas goods are coming. Nailhng-Keiser Hardware Co. T. R. Massey went to Nashville Wednesday on a short business trip. Mrs. Ida Nailling visited friends in Maple Grove neighborhood, last week. t Mrs. Elizabeth Askins, on Palmer street, is very f week. " Mattresses in all sizes biock at Kanson s eucc Chas. Deitzel. Rev. C. ,C. Newbill announces that he will preach at Sanders Chapel next Sunday at 11 a. m. ' All of our young people are cor dially invited to attend the Epworth League on Monday evening at 7.30 p. m. What, gasoline for 15c a' gallon. Nailhng-Keiser Hdw. Co. Mrs. Arch Johnson arrived Wed nesday from Obion and is visiting her mother, Mrs. Richard Har rison. :; :-.' ' Mrs. Vera Roberts, of Osceola, is expected in a few days to visit her sister, Miss Thomas, on Harrison street. . Yes, coal oil 5 gallons for 75c Nailling-Keiser Hdw. Co. Mrs. J. R. Moffatt and little daughter, ot Troy, were in the city this week visiting Mrs. Cordie Garth. Quite a crowd of young people from the country passed through the city Friday evening, enjoying a hay ride. Read about Cole's Hot Blast Stoves. Naillinar-Keiser Hdw. Co. Mrs. M. A. Barker, of St. Louis, was in the city this week visiting the home of her sister, Mrs. E. P. Grissom. "Uncle Joe" Nailling is now con nected witn tne Walters grocery, where he will be pleased to see his old friends. v New patterns and styles in daven ports, couches and foldine beds at Kanson s, successor to Chas. Deitzel. Mrs. Y. E. Luten and little son and daughter, Otis and Clarice, vis- ted Mrs. Norton Allstrand in the city this week. rtev. j. ju. uuagins preacued a Thanksgiving sermon to a large audience at the Baptist Church in this city Thursday. If you want a heatiner stove sro to iNaniing-K.eiser Hardware Co. Lthe well , near itor Mrs. Fannie Phipps, of visited friends on Home stree week. - Air. bam btone is building a nice family residence on his tarm near the city. Miss Birdie Waddell has re turned from a visit to relatives at . Memphis. 5 gallons of coal oil for 75c Nailling-Keiser Hdw. Co. Miss Roxie Luten, of Woodland Mills, visited friends in the city this week. Mrs. Bogle, of Kenton, visited friends in the city a few days the past week. Mrs. Alex Glover is reported im proving from a long siege of ty phoid fever. Big drawing on cut glass punch bowl and cups at Wallace W. Moore's store Christmas morning. - Mr. and Mrs. Ed McAdoo, of Troy, were in the city shopping Wednesday. Miss Lucile Moss left Thursday for Mayfield to spend a few days with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Norton Allstr visited hometolka at Wood Mills Sunday. 1 Vn 01 lip dai Mrl "1 Louis, New Chu Sunday December V Have yo play of Cut Hardware nl 1 .1 wrioW; :hool son this examination in we understand, Mr. Clark of Telegraph, week to stand an telegraphy, and, passed with the highest marks. Mrs. T. R. Massey requests The Commercial to announce that the next meeting of John B. Gordon Chapter, U.D.C.will be held at the nome oi Mrs. j. f rank carter on- Thursday, Dec. 3. (cabinets, odd dressers, cron folding beds at Ran- bssor to Chas. Deitzel. iron arrJ New Michigan Celery weekly at Dahnkes. - Miss Irene Cherry visited father, Mr. John J. Cherrv, in Nasi ville last week. ; - v. Mrs. Jas. Foulks, of Newbern, the guest of her sister, on Lilac Street. Mr. George W, Calhoi was reported crl day of heart tailul If you want to buj lo Nailling-Keiser ij Mr. and Mrs. Troy, are rejofyng ovel of a new sor Mrs. Jv Jesse, Greenf J Mrf of til the c) James Chambers and Mrs. man and son, Robert How- have returned from a visit to yfield and Fulton. Mr. Hick man went to Fulton Sunday and accompanied them home. Four unfurnished rooms to let. (to 410 East College street and Mrs. D. C. Council, ot leasant Valley vicinity, left day over the Cotton Belt for oro, Ark. unci "2 .been sick 1 ft of purine kUams Tlbe Overcoat for You oooo Is one of our dressy Top Coats or one of our Rain Coats. These are eoats of unusual excellence; in- hrough and trtir continued sting qualifi- telligently tailored thrtfr. goo catio) unsunne larance am erfs Top Coats." there is no overcoat which will give the one of our Top coats. Extreme cold msual, but our mornings and evenings of a light coat. in the new tans, blacks and grays; the shapes, fitting perfectly aound the neck iol $10.00 TO $25.00 ami's RaflCoatSo These coats serveV H-fold purpose, can be worn as a nobb j overcoat or as a rain repelling garrnVtT The colors are in rich browns, olives, black and gray. lour pet ideas of how- your new it should look find expression in we ask that you The! Coal wqht ersijii MaGe.ly! proof as a boot PRlj Officer Escue reports that he made three arrests Monday, with fines aggregating $7.50. One of the misdemeanors was the theft of stealing eleven dozen eggs from S. D. Woosley. The others were booze fighting. . Bed room suits, cbiffo. cess dressers, library ta son's, successor to Chas. r li- 1 1 3v r Mrs. Geo. Taylor, who h located in this city for some is now at home witVVs. Wilson at Kenton. I 7 Tayl was here for a year! iore a there are numbers oi remember her stay pleasa Dining room furniture miesi patterns at xianson 8, 6u sor to Chas. Dietzel. Mr. Mark Forester has located in the Beck building, corner First street and Washincton avenue. with offices and headquarters as in surance agent. Mr. Forester has numbers of friends who are glad to see him pushing to the front in bus iness. Don't fail to see that beautiful display of China. Nailling-Keiser Hardware Company. All the friends will learn with keenest pleasure the fact that Hon. G. R. McDade, of Troy, who was taken to Memphis Monday in very critical condition from the e fects of appendicitis, has unde irone an operation and is niw the road to recovery. Dec. 19 some one will diamond ring. It may be costs you no more to take a than it would otherwise ford & Andrews. uespue tne rain, a cumpaid large audience witnessed the formance of "Lena Rivers" at nolds Opera House in this city nesday night and enjoyed i tneusely. Social problem pla not in the same popular fa pastoral works like "Lena and the compan good style. New and mattit sor to CI BOARD! ticulars app" 520 North Difi Money 1 can make tarm of SV2 per centv per a class improved farm i til more than half the cal tarm will be loaned. , i for five years with j rower of paying i ,in lull or. m; "lyment.t vmonfwsrRf