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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Frank Moore, of Kenton, visited here Ibis week. Little Hal Browu lias been quite sick this week. ' Mr. Fafe Walker ami family have lo cated nt Folk. Celery at Dahnke's. Mr. Joe Nailling, of Cayce, was in town Monday. Chas. Fuua, of Gardner, visited friends Iiere Sunday. Call 150 for coal of any kind. Mrs. J. B. Adkersou, of Hives, visited friends here this week. J. C. Burdiek is a business visitor in Jfew Orleans thiH week. Phone 544 for chicken feed. T. C. Ownbv. of Martin, was here to see his brother Saturday. Mr, Tom Brown was reported quite ill of la grippe this week. Use Jersey Cream Flour. None better Sam DoMyer, of Fulton, was a busi ness visitor here Monday. Miss Fearl Milam, of Beech school, visited homefolks Sunday. Ben Dictzel, the jeweler, for watch re pairs. 1 o Miss Iva Shipp, of Rives, was in the city Wednesday (shopping. Mesdames A. E. Face and Frank Glass visited Trenton last week. Coal and wood promptly delivered by the Union City Ice and Coal Co. Roy McCutcheon, of Trenton, spent a few hours in the city Monday. Mrs. Seth Curlin is visiting her son, Dr. Curlin, at Hickmau this week. Fruit cakes at Dahnke's. ' J. L. Haguewood, of Rutherford, was a business visitor in the city Monday. We are glad to note that Wright The bus is out again after a few days illness, Bulk garden seeds at A. E. Caldwell & CVs. 1 " . - Dr. and Mrs. Baucom, of Kenton, were in the city Sunday visiting friends. Lee Verhine made a flying trip. to Beech Ridge, 111., last week on pleas ure. Go to O. A. Naglo for horse feed and foed for cattle and chickens. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Adkins passed through the city this week en route to Kenton. Grady rainier, of Vanderbilt Univer sity, was in this city last week visiting Lomefolks. Ail kinds of Coal at Union City Ice & Coal Co. Miss Josephine Carroll, of Kentou, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rog ers last week. Miss Annio Laurie Caldwell was quite ill this week from the effects of a severe attack of tonsilitis. Big Muddy Washed Nut Coal is best lor cooking. At Union City Ice fc Coal CO. - , . Tom rrather, of Woodland Mills was with his brother, Dr. DaveFrather a few days this week. B. F. Beckham, of the real estate firm of Beckham & Mays, was in Texas on business last week. You've tried the rest, now try the best Jersey Cream Flour. ' Mr. T. C. Bayles, of the Nashville Banner, was. here Thursday on business and seeing old friends. Weirc giad to know that Mr. Will White is reported all O. K. and will bo home in about ten days. Hitch your horse when in town at G, A. Nagle 8 stable on first street. Messrs. Seth Dunlap and Wylie Bow era, of Number Seven, wero guests of Mrs. Dr. Clark this week. , Mr. Joe Moore, of the West Tennes oo Grain Co, Memphis, was a business visitor in the city Monday. A call for 150 brings the coal wagon. Union City Ice and Coal Co. - i . Messrs. Mason Wight and E. C. Reeds, Jr., of Fulton, were Sunday and Monday visitors in the city. Geo. G. Bell, of DeQlieen, Ark., is in the city visiting his brother, Dr. Maney Bell, who has been quite sick. . Save money by buying your horse and cow feed from G. A. Nagles. I'hone 544. We are very sorry to report Mrs. Joie Craddoek not improving. She has been confined for several days with la grippe. II. F. Bynum, who has charge of the public school at Atoka, was at home this week visiting his wife during her illness. Mrs. rrather Curlin and little daugh ter , Mary V., have returned to their home in Hickman after a few (Jays in the city. If you want the best and cheapest use Bon Air Coal. Union City Ice and Coal Co. Mrs. T. F. Stubbs and family and Mrs. R. E. MeKinney and family left last week for Humboldt and are now lo cated m that city. Elder W. H. Trice will preath at the Exchange Street Christian Church next Sunday at 11 and 7:30ovlock. Every body cordially invited to attend. G. A. Nagle has opened a new feed store and stable on First street. Call him up. I'hone 544. Mr. Sam Rodman, traveling sales man, was in the city this week visiting his wife, who is a guest of Dr. and Mrs. T. D. Edwards, under treatment by the well known oculist. Mr. J. S. Henderson returned from Nashville Thursday morning where he had been attending the Swine -Breeders' Association. Mr. Henderson was elect ed president of that association for the third time. He stands at the head of the list as a Berkshire breeder. Kenton Argus. ' ' " ' Get your watch repaired at Ben Diet rel's. First-class workmanship guaran teed. News comes through the Art Journal that Faul Katz, formerly with H. T. Robinson in his tailor shop here, has organized the Katz Tailoring Company at Dallas, Tex., with $20,000 capital to do a merchant tailoring business. Mr. Katz was a native of Austria and a very pleasant gentleman. Mr. Chas. T. McDaniel, who went to Chicago recently for the International Harvester Co., was stricken with ty phoid fever at his hotel in Chicago on Tuesday, Feb. 15, and Mrs. McDaniel, who was at Obion, left at once to be with her husband. Mr. McDaniel's brother, Eldridge, in this city, informed us that the patient's fever ranged 104 last Monday and his physician stated tha.( he could not be moved from the hotel to the hdspital under twenty days. Souvenir. II. E. Wallace, formerly of this city, and an artist in photography whom everyone remembers pleasantly in a business way, has issued a souvenir illustrated booklet showing the notable features of Aiken, S.C. The book is done in colors and the photography is Mr. Wallace's own work. It is very neat, and every city should have something of the kind to show its homes and bus iness enterprises to the balance of the world. 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. Nice Sign Work. S. F. McClean, who has been engaged in doing sign writing in Union City fo. some months, has just finished a new curtain at Reynolds Opera House, which takes the place of the old advertising curtain. The new work is a vast im provement over the old curtain. The cards are all new and attractive and the drapery and decorations are very fine. ' Police Department This has been a week of events. Monday the court opened with two cases for bootlegging and assessed them $50 each, the limit for the city. One of these arrests caught a prominent dealer. Another case was that of a young man who came to town to buy his friend a marriage license and lands in the cala boose. The fine was $5.00 and a coni' panion $5.00. For Sale. On account of having leased my farm I have for sale 5 head of aged mules, S head of horses that I will sell on months time. If you need any sun k, call and see me. B. F. Beckham. Telephone 109 Oai Hn mi lke ? . 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, piano. Coburn's Minstrela. Manager Coburn and his company paid Union City a return visit last Sat urday night. The band was good as usual and the vocal talent was much better. The other features of the bIiow were up to the manager's standards. Mr. Coburn's visits to Union City are always welcome. The audience was large for a Saturday night attraction and unusually demonstrative in appre ciation. Fifty Star Pianos. Marion, Ala., Oct. 25, 1909, Mr. J. M. Steele, Cottage Grove, Tenn. Dear Sir: Referring to your letter which has just been received, I beg to say that the Judson College has been using the Star Fianos for practice pur- fioses for about twelve years and they iave given us better satisfaction than any other rnake. At the present we are using fifty or more and would not ex change them for any piano with which we are acquainted. We heartily com mend them as possessing splendid tone and excellent workmanship in every way, VVitn all good wisnes, J am, Very respectfully, (Signed) R. C. Fatrick, ,, Fres. Judson College. The above letter, representing the popularity of the Star Pii.no, was for warded to A. N. Dickson, of this city, who is the local agent for this celebrated Goes to Nashville. D. N. MeClurv, of the Singer Sewing Machine Co., this city, who has been in eharpe of the Union City oflhv about eight years, has Ikvii transferred with all the perquisites of promotion to the supervising agency at Nashville. Mr. McCIure has been engaged in this line of work for fifteen year. Eight years ago he came to Union City and ojH ned for the Singer Company the distributing agency at this point. The New Orleans Last ; division of the work includes Middle, and .West Tennessee, and Union City then was rated eighth in point of busi ness. From that nosh ion it lm ., , .v..., under Mr. McCluro's management to third, the Nashville and Memphis offi ces only making a better record. Thi fine rating made possible by Mr. Mc CIure has been appreciated and reward ed by the company. Mr. MeClure succeeds Mr. Ford, who goes to New Orleans. Mr. McClure's work begins March 1 in Nashville, but his duties will bring him back to Union City at stated periods to check the Union City office. We take pleasure in adding our indorsement of Mr. McClure's wonc hero and hi citizenship, and him the good will of our people in his. new work. . , M W Cjt o o ct s Mw J?fIcs Fulton, Keeps Plant , Fulton, Ky.,.-Feb. " 18. Henry F. Oliver, manager of the Fulton Manu facturing Company, manufacturers of whip stocks, stirrups and sporting goods. who recently received a very flattering inducement to locate in Dyersburir, Tenn., stated to-day that he had decided to reject the offer and the plant will re main in the present location of South Fulton. Men's fine trnnxpra nt fli-jt .,f IT., dy, Malone & Jones. A Small Zoo. In the small court to the rear of Ben Diotzel's Jewelry Store a cage lias been constructed, containing a large cata mount and a big brown hawk. The catamount was trapped by Mr. Wilson near Polk about eighteen months ago. The animal is a gray one and a vicious looking fellow. The cat was secured from Mr. Council near Rives. Card of Thanks. ;The relatives and friends request us to convey their gratitude in a card of thanks to Mr. John Bright and the neighbors and ntlior frimwla ... m.:.,.. -c - - ' " . ; n "no u VU1UU for their kind attention to Mrs. Mar garet Hurt (Aunt Shug) during her ill ness and in death. The blessings of Heaven rest upon them. Get your garden seeds from Caldwell & Co. A. E. if OF ill In! W 1 SI1P I "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, i&c. If you are hunting for bargains this is the place. First Street US. T. CUELI M .....Union City. Mattress Factory. ,' W. G. Reynolds, of this city, and R. ' L. Andrews, of Polk, have formed a partnership for the manufacture of mat tresses and have succeeded H. B. Hor ner, buying his mattress plant located in the old II. P. Hawkins, or Walker Opera House. These gentlemen will occupy the lower floor of the building, and R. H. Carman and W. R. An drews will be associated with them in operating the factory and conducting the work. Mr. Carman is known to be one of the finest mattress makers, and the new concern is destined to be a great success and an enterprise worth having. Birthday Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Gale, residing in the vicinity west of Union City, gave a birthday dinner to Mrs. Gale's father, I J. M. Roberts, Feb. 7. Mr. and Mrs. Roberts were both present and the rela tives and a number of friends. Mr. Roberts was 73 years old Monday, Feb. 7, 1910. He and Mrs. Roberts had been married 50 years. The day was heartily enjoyed by all present. SOUR STOMACH. . Mi-o-na Puts tub Stomach ix Fine Shave in Five Minutes, If your stomach is continually kick ing up a disturbance; you feel bloated and distressed; if you belch gas and sour food into the mouth, then you need Mi-o-na Stomach Tablets. Mi-o-na stomach tablets give instant relief, of course, but they do more they drive out the poisonous gasses that cause fermentation of food and thor oughly clean, renovat 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 nervousneps, dizziness ana biliousness will disappear. Druggists 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 Orondine, 197 Fountain' street, Fall River, Mass. : Booth 'i Pill for constipation 25c.