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John Sanders wa a Woodland visitor Sunday. Miss Mayme IXiyle is convalescent af t:r a siege of fever. Celery at Dahnke's. Martin for a James Chvnby was in day or so last week. Bud Rodgers made a business trijj to Waverly lat week. ; Fine fruit at Dahnke's. Robert Bell, of Nashville, was here a , lew days this week. Torn Forrester, of Obion, attended court here this week. Oyster season is on at Dahnke's. Miss Dessio Nichols has returned from a visit to Rives. Georg King made a flying trip to Nashville on business. Save money by using Bon Air Coal. , Dr. Wallace Holloway, of Rives, was here on business last week. Chas. T. Moss mado a business trip to Corinth, Miss., this week. Bon Dietzel, the jeweler, for watch re pairs. - Paul Howe, of Martin, was here on Imsiness a few days this week. Wo aro glad to report Mrs. Joie Crad- dock recovering from la grippe. Hitch your horse when in town at G A. Naglo's stable on First street. .Mr. Gardner, of Gardner, was visit ing friends in the city this week Miss Jennie May McKinny has re turned from a visit to Humboldt, Bulk garden seeds at A. E. Caldwell & CO '8. Charles Fuqua, of Gardner, was hero Saturday and Sunday on business. JIayor Rooks, of Humboldt, was a business visitor in the city Monday. A call for 150 brings the coal wagon. Union City Ice and Coal Co. Munsey Pique, of Dresden, was a vis itor with friends in the city Sunday Mr. Fry, of Harris, spent last Friday night with Mrs. Robert L, Cummings. Telephone Union City Ice & Coal Co. when you want coal right now. Mr. Joe Nailling, of Casey, visited Mrs. Robert L. Cummings last week. Miss Estell Hooper, of Number Sev en, visited Mrs. Avery Coble this week. Coal and wood promptly delivered by .k the Union City Ice and Coal Co. Mrs. Seth Curlin, of St. Louis, was the guest of Mrs. Ed Curlin for a few days. Miss Bailie Crockett, of Troy, was the guest last week of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Smith. , Save money by buying your librse and cow feed from G. A. Nagles. Phon? 544. Robert Jackson, of Rives, visited friends on Flower street Saturday and Sunday. Senator Heyburn will please go way back and sit down. Whore is Idaho anyway? Big Muddy Washed Nut Coal is best for cooking. At Union City Ice & Coal E. B. Council, of the vicinity of Rives, was a Monday visitor in the city and a caller here. II. A. Maupin, of the country north of Troy, enme around last week to pay bis respects. Use Jersey Cream Flour. None better. 1111 i Miss Anderson, of Dyersburg, is in the city visiting her friend, Miss Mar garet Morton. Mr. Hazelbaker has returned from Mexico and is again with Robert White for a few days. Get your garden seeds from A. E. Caldwell & Co. . . Rev. J. L. Huilgin will go to Ar lington Monday to assist Rev C A. Davis in a series of meetings. W. S. Clark, of Mississippi is expect ed home in a few days to visit his moth er, Mrs. Dr. Chirk, on South Ury. Coal Coke Wood Call Tel. 150. A. A. Vaughn, a prominent citizen of the vicinity southeast of Fulton, was a business visitor in the city Monday. A. W. Lancaster, of Crystal, an old time friend of The Commercial, was a pleasant visitor in our office Saturday. G. A. Nagle has opened a new feed store and stable on First street. Call him up. Phone 544. J. C. McClard, for many years a siiunch friend of The Commercial, was a last week business visitor in our office. . Mrs. Hattie Milam and little son have returned to their home in Glass after a week with Mrs. Milam on South Ury. Use Dahnke-Walker Milling Co. Jer sey Cream Flour, a home product, and guaranteed. .-,-. 1 Mrs. Sam Uolman and Miss Lela Mc Fall, of Fulton, spent Monday night with Mr. and Mrs. Robt. L. Cummings. . W. II. Wheeler, one of the best known citizens of the country south of Hick man, was a friendly caller here lat week. Get your watch repaired at Ben Diet- zel's. First-class workmanship guaran Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Farris, Miss Liz zio Stitt and Miss Martha Wade went to New Orleans this week to see Mardi Gras. Fresh oysters at Dahnke's. R. E. Hamilton and W. F. Hamilton, of the country near Rives, were in the city Monday and friendly callers in this office. Esq. A. E. Tate, of Hornbeak, was here Saturday to take advantage of the Civil Service examination for census enumerator. Call 150 and get your coal and wood before bad weather. Union City Ice and Coal Co. Good Things to Eat FOR ALL OCCASIONS NOTIFY E. P. GRISSOM HIS STORE LEADS AND IT'S A PLEASURE TO PLEASE YOU GROCERIES, BOTH STAPLE AND FANCY GOLD-STORAGE MEATS PRODUCE FRUITS CANDIES AH guaranteed. Phone us a trial order. We deliver. No order too small. No order too large. S. W. Edwards, of the Sixth District, was in the city Saturday taking the Civil Service examination for census enumerator. Col. E. N. Moore has appointed Miss Maynie Worley sponsor- for the First Regiment Reserves, C. V. National State Guards. Mr. W. II. Swindell, a prominent farmer of Bradford was here Monday with his daughter, Miss Essie, to see Dr. McMichael. T. D. Council, one of cur old-time friends of the country west of Union City, was here topay his annual re specti Monday. All kinds of Coal at Union City Ice & Coal Co. Will those who owe The Commercial for subscription please let this remind them to send or come and pay up or notify us whether or not they want the paper continued. Please attend to this while you think of it. Telephone 109 Oailiinilk(B9s EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT Union City, Tenn. The Commercial belongs to no trust or combination, but it generally manages to "get there." Beats 'em all on job printing. Mr. John Ratterree, one of the liest known young men and farmers of Num ber Six, was a very pleasant caller in this orfK-e Monday. H. O. Head, Jr., has returned from a visit to New Orleans where he met his mother, who is a visitor in that city from Sherman, Texas. Dahnke's oysters. Mrs. C. T. Jarrell and Mrs. Riley, of Humboldt, were visitors in the city this i week attending the Christian and Mi' sionary Alliance meeting. E. L. Coleman, one of the well known citizens of the country near Hornbeak, was a business visitor in the city Mon day and a caller in this office. Fruit cakes at Dahnke's. Clarence Hodges, of Charleston, Mo., a Btudent at Hall-Moody Institute, Mar tin, was here Monday to have his eyes examined and glasess fitted by Dr. Mc Michael. W. L. White, accompanied by his son, and physician, Dr. Butler, left Tuesday for Dr. Burger's Infirmary in Nashville. We sincerely hope Mr. White will return all O. K. ,, If you want anything in the Jine of jewelry keep in mind the special offer ings and inducements at Ben Dietzel's. We notice the reorganization of the Commercial Clubs in various towns. There is the usual patriotic fever at this time of the year. After the holidays the citizen gets inoculated with a spirit of enterprise. .. Mrs. Mollie George Adams has bought the house on the corner of Ury street and Vine, formerly the property of Mr. Stovall. She did not buy the Smoot property as stated in last week's paper. Mr. Allen and family havo moved to Mrs. Caldwell's residence on Exchange street. . , . Join Caldwell's circulating library and read ten of the late copyright books. Just been added to the library. Only 2 ceuts per day. New Good New Prices Wot tine New Year Miss rauline Bryant, of Rives, is the guest of Miss Maud Nichols for a few days this week. J. J. Rinehart, a well known citizen and friend of this paper, was a business caller here Friday. You've tried the rest, now try the best Jersey Cream Flour. iff- -. , i i . J. H. Erwin, of the country southwest of Union City, was here Monday and called at this office. Mr. and Mrs, J. A Howard, of Num ber Seven, Were among those Visiting Union City Monday. Go to G. A. Nagle for horse feed and feed for cattle and chickens. R. E. McKinncy and T. F. StuLLs, of Humboldt, were in the city last Sunday fisiting their families. Mr. T. A. Cummings and little daughter, Mary, were visitors of Mrs. JL L. Cummings this week. Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Howse, of Tren ton, were here last week visiting Mrs. Bailie Griffin on Vine street. Bon Air Coal, best and cheapest, at Union City Ice & Coal Co. "HE past year showed conclusively that the pub- lie is continually demanding better merchandise in all lines. With this in view in making our spring purchases, we have bought the best and now have on sale a full line of wash goods in Cambrics, Percals, Ginghams, Canvas Weave Madras, Poplins, Pique, Linen Suitings, Shamrock Cloth, &c, and at prices much lower than our next shipment will admit. Also a full line of Fancy Laces and Embroideries. All Winter Stock Greatly Reduced We have a few Tailored Suits to close at half former price. Short ends odd lots, remnants, 8zc. If you are hunting for bargains this is the place. Mr. McDonald, of LaG.-atisre. Ark.. was a visitor iu the city Monday, Mr. McDonald was a former resident of the .nnfift. finn YV1L- nn.l ..-..11 4.-. Mr. Wesley Drake, a former citizens of this city now located at Paragould,. .1 . l .. -ii .. , was a visitor nere iasc wee, jur. Drake reports his family in good health, and a fine country around Paragould. Mr. Cau Forester, of the vicinity southwest of Rives, has just completed a nice residence on his farm. The new homo is one of the prettiest in the coun ty and built with the object of comfort and convenience. Mr. Jerry Malone, of the Hardy, Ma lone t Jones Co., went to St. Louis this week to buy new goods for the house in Union City., Mr. Malone will go from St. Louis to Chicago to complete his purchases. v Mr. Edmonds, of Lincoln, III., a newspaper publisher, was a visitor in our office last Monday. Mr. Edmonds has been South looking for a location. He is a man of interesting personality well known to the Illinois press. J. F. Howard & Son, the grocers, com prise the names of J. F. Howard and son, Ben. The partner selling was Her man, who will engage in 'some ether lino of work. We should have made the announcement, read this way last week. Air. Waddell Jackson, representing the firm of Corum fc Jackson, went to market this week for , the purpose of purchasing new spring supplies for the house in Union City. Mr. Jackson will visit St. Louis, Chicago, New York and other points. J. P. Verhinc is in the markets mak ng his semi-annual tour of the cities for the purpose of buying seasonable goods and supplies for the house of Morgan-Verb ine Co. Mr. Verhino will visit St. Louis, Chicago, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and other f points. Dr, J. E. Hudson, of Clarksville, has arranged to locate in Union City for the practice of dentistry. Dr. Hudson has rented the front room upstairs in the new Nailling building and will take charge at once as oon as the rooms are ready for occupancy. Dr. Hudson will also locate with his family in the city, and our citizens will be glad to have them with us. SOUR STOMACH. Mi-o-sa Puts thk Stomach is Fine Shai'E ik Five Minutr. If your1 stomach is continually kick ing up a disturbance; you feel bloated and distressed; if you belch gas Htid sour food into the mouth, then you need Mi-o-na Stomach Tablet. Mi-o-na stomach tableta give instant relief, of course, but they do more they drive out the poisonous gasses that cause fermentation of food and thor oughly clean, rtnovato and strengthen the stomach so that it can readily di gest food without artificial aid. Mi-o-na stomach tablets are guaran teed to cure indigestion, acute or chron ic, or money back. This means that nervousness, dizziness and biliousness will disappear. Dfuggists everywhere and the Red Cross Drug Store sell Mi-o-na for 50c. "I was under the care of four differ ent doctors during nine months and was cured of dyspepsia by Mi-o-na." Mr. Joseph Grpndine, 197 Fountain street, Fall River, Mass. Booth's Pills for constipation 25c. I First Street.... F. CUMLIM .....Union City. DOCTOR BLACKS eTy E WATER COKTAlSt wo ronton Is Painless and Harmless as Water Cannot Injure, Relieves Quickly, and Cures Sore Eyes in PEOPLE, HOUSES AND DOGS Trice 25 CenU A VOLUNTARY TESTIMONIAL J. R. fli.ACni MRnrcmB Co.. Krnnrtt, Mo. I GeaOnieo Mjr little boy h'l a wi -o." r tye. I (cut to the (irnicKist fur the -merliciw hf.had for rrr ryr. He nent tr bottle of Or. Blaek's Em Water, Ut , choiil only one day (urr niu? it. It cured ! tmmto'iftteir. Any 01 w U at liix-rty to cons tbn Utement by wrilinif to tre nt ll J-fW Avenue, Joneaboro, Ark. Mrs. J. II. Svri- 3. E. BLACK MEDICINE CO i;e,n:ntt, mo.