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DAVIDSON & STUBBS DENTISTS Office ia tlie C. B. A. Bu Iding, frout room, second fleer UNION CITY, TENN. J. E. HUDSON DENTIST Office in Nailling Building, over tatimer & Mc Cutchiin a Shoe htore, I nioii City, Tenn. Permanent location in the new NaiKiug build ing when completed. I'hone 223. 3. C. BURDICK Wholesale and Retail Reelfoot Lake and Mississippi River FisK (&L Game Oysters in Season. Same old stand, near the ice factory. Non-Resident Notice. E. F. McGaugh etal.') vs. , -. ' David Davis et al. J , In this cause it appearing to the court from complainant's bill, which is sworn to, that David Davis and Ivy Davis are non-residents of the State of Tennessee and are residents of the State of Missis sippi, and Mrs. EdnaStoneratidherlius band, George Stoner, Mrs. Ivy Thomas, and her husband, William Thomas, Mrs. Myrtle Rocers. and her husband. B. G Rogers, are non-residents of TcnnessJd and are residents of Texas, Charles F, Hodges, a non-resident of Tennessee and a resident of Kentucky, HarryG. Hodges, Will McGaugh, Edward McGaugh and Thomas McGaugh, all non-resi dents of Tennessee and whose residences , aro unknown : It is therefore ordered by me, S. h. Howard, Clerk of the County Court of Obion County, Tennessee, that publication be made for four consecu tive weeks in The Commercial, a news paper published in Union City, Tonne. see, commanding all of the above named parties, the said David Davis, Ivy Davis, Edna Stoner, and her husband. George Stoner, Mrs. Ivy Thomas, and her hus band, William Thomas, Mrs. Myrtle Rogers, and her husband, B. C. Rogers, Charles F. Hodges, Harry G. Hodges, Will McGaugh, Edward McGaugh and Thomas McGaugh, to appear before the Judge of the County Court of Obion County at Union City, Tenn., on the Second Monday in March, 1910, to plead, answer or demur to complain ant's bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to them and the cause set for hearing ex parte. This 10th day of February, 1910. 48 S. F. HOWARD, Clerk. Notice. .1 The First National Bank of Union City, in the State of Tennessee, is clos ing up its affairs. All note holders and other creditors, of said association are hereby notified io present the notes and other claims against the association for payment. Walter Howell, Cashier. Dated at Union City, Tenn., Jan. 11, 1910. . The First National Bank has been succeeded by the Old Na tional Bank. All the accounts have been transferred to the Old National Bank, and any checks drawn on the First Na tional Bank will be paid by the Old National Bank. The busi ness in the future will.be con tinued by the Old National Bank the same, as it has in the past by the First National Bank. Dr. Mendenhall's chilltonic Guaranteed Better FOR Chills, Fevers, Malaria. Children and Persons who can not take Quinine, readily take this pleasant remedy. ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTE. Prepared only by J. C. MENDEKHALL MEDICINE C0 fivansville, - - Indiana Sold by Red Cross Drug Storf HAIR GOODS Full line Tuffs, Switches, rompadours, Curls and Rats. We also work tip comb ings into everything desired on short notice. LEXIE McDAVIS 416 F. MAIN, STREET. THONE 437 ' Society The Ladies' Missionary Society. . . Mrs. Edwards' Missionary Girls cn Joyed a social meeting with the Misse Little Monday afternoon. A full tendance was reported. The next meet ing will be with Miss Marcella Davidson on Church street, March 17. Wednesday Club With Mrs. Morris Miles. The Wednesday Club met this week with Mrs. Morris Miles on Main street and enjoyed a game of rook. Mrs. Chas Burchard won first prize, a cut glass vase, and Mrs. D 8. Cockrill the con solation. a pair of silk hose. A salad course was served. ' Guests of Mrs. H. T. Butler for Dinner. Including her guests from McKenzie, Miss Madge Cannon and Miss Nannie Moore, Mrs. H. T. Butler entertained at dinner last Monday her former school mates at Vandarbilt University, Mrs. Fitz Smith, Mrs. Walter Hendrix, Miss Nina Keiser and Miss Stroud Hall. Mrs. R. M. Whipple Entertains Miss Olivia Brown. Mrs. R. M. Whipple entertained at home on Fifth street Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Olivia Brown, of Chat tanooga. The party enjoyed bridge whist, Miss Mary Swiggart winning for the ladies and Mr. Waddell Jackson for the young mdn. Miss Brown was com plimented with the visitor's prize. Re freshments. The Bachelor Girls Entertained. An exceedingly beautiful hospitality and one of the most pleasant social af fairs of the winter was a rook party given to the Bachelor Girls at the home of Mrs. T. R. Massey last Tuesday even ing. Rook was enjoyed for several hours. A salad and ice course was served by Mrs. Massey. The guest of honor was Miss Mollie Bourne, of Hick man, Ky. The West End Rook Club. Mrs. Frank Weh man delightfully en tertained the Rook Club last Tuesday, March 1, at her home on the corner of Church and Fifth streets. Six tables were played. No prizes awarded. The decorations were potted fern's, tulips and hyacinths of bright and pleasing colors. The club members were in a jolly mood and time passed all too quickly, Mid way of the games a salad and ice course was served. Mrs. Herbert Tisdale as sisted Mrs. Wehnian in entertaining. Mrs. Robert Batts Entertains. The beautiful and spacious home of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Batts was the scene of a pretty entertainment Wednesday, Feb. 23, to the West End Rook Club. The Union City string band discoursed sweet music while rook was played at five tables. The ones making the most points were given carnations. A color motif of green and white was visible throughout the home. A three-course menu was served. The ices were in the shape of white hearts. Mrs. Batts was assisted by her two pretty and popular sisters, Misses Dorothy and Anna Belle Bradshaw. v ' 0 ' Miss Irene Davis Entertains Embroidery Club. Miss Irene Davis was the hostess of the Embroidery Club last Saturday af ternoon. After the embroidery hour a game of rook was enjoyed. Refresh ments were daintily served. Miss Mabel Littleton will entertain the club to-morrow. Mrs. David Cockrill's Luncheon. Mrs. David Cockrill entertained at bridge luncheon Tuesday morning com plimentary to Miss Olivia Brown, of Chattanooga, a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. Glasscock on Ex change street. Chicken on toast was served. Oran Public School Entertainment. One of the most enjoyable and suc cessful entertain nients ever rendered in Oran by home talent was that of "Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch." given to a $50 house Tuesday night for the ben efit of the Public School. Miss Mary Lawson, of Union City, Tenn., who has dramatized the story, spent just one week here in getting up the play. Space forbids doing justice to each one, but we cannot refrain from making special mention of the inimitable "Mrs. Wiggs" (Miss Mary Lawson) and the professional-like luiteur of the graceful and charming . "Miss Lucy" (Miss . Ruth Coleman, also of Union City). Part of a clipping from the Oran (Mo.) paper. ? Miss Lydia Stone entertains a num ber of her friends this evening at home two miles southwest of the city. See our cut-glass and silverware dis play. The prices will surprise you. Bransford & Andrews. W. G T. U. The W. C. T. Uobserved its annual memorial day, the death of Frances E. Willlard, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. Glasscock Friday, Feb. 18. After singing "My Country Tis of Thee" inter esting papers on "The Heavenly Birth day,", by Mrs. J. M. Edwards, and Commemoration Meetings," by Mrs. Fitz Smith, were read. A very enjoy able responsive reading on the life, Homegoing,". of Miss Willard fol lowed. Our president, Mrs. W. L. White, read "God's Power through the Obedience of Woman" to the delight of every one present. Rev. Mr. Lee, an enthusiastic Prohibition worker, gave a short but exceedingly interesting ad dress on tho work. Mr. Lee is a force ful and eloquent speaker, and we re gretted so much kthat there were no more present to hear hirn. f A free will offering was taken amounting to $1.65. Ater the business session those pres ent were treated tn delicious refresh ments by the hostess. The next meet- ing will be held with Mrs. Anna B. Morgan at her home on Exchange street Friday, March 4, at 2:30. Fixed Up Their Tracks. Hickman, Ky., March 1. The Nash ville, Chattanooga & St. Louisi trains resumed comiug around their track on the river bank again yesterday after noon to their depot. This track had slipped so that it was considered bad and the trains were compelled to stop in East Hickman for all one day. The track has been put in good shape again The heavy rains and risingvViver had caused the track to slip. ,Jt " 1 - COMING "LITTLE JOHNNY JONES " 50 People March 23 50 People - " April 26-28. 7 - Apropos of the approaching Reunion of United Confederate Veterans, the Mobile & Ohio Railroad Co. is distrib uting a handsome illustrated folder de scriptive of Mobile, .the Reunion City for 1910. Mr. John M Real), General Fassenger Agent, Mobile & Ohio R.R., St. Louis, Mo., will be pleased to mail you a copy on request For Sprains Sloan's Liniment is the best remedy for sprains and bruises. 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' , ;.. , Obituary. , p Mrs. Kate Bynutti (nee Thompson), V.rTOtyfOt.'H'.'P; Bynunv was- born March 7, 1804, died Feb. 22, 1910, aged 45 years, 11 months and 15 days. While Brother Bynum'g home is in Union City, Sister Bynum died at the home of her sister, Mrs. N. P. Naylor, where she had been staying for some time. Sister Bynum professed faith in Christ and joined the M. E. Church South at Shady Grove about twelve years ago While she did not have the opportunity to attend her church, she tried to live a consistent Christian, which spirit she manifested to the very last. She said that she was not afraid to die, but. hated to leave her husband and little son, Thompson. Sister Bynum was a kind and oblig ing neighbor, an affectionate wife, and a true, devoted, patient mother. Brother Bynum being away from home so much while teaching, would naturally causo her to be even more devoted to her only son. She did not forget to express her ap preciation for the kindness which was shown her during her last illness. She bore her long afflictions with great'ehris tian fortitude. I trust her last message will continue to encourage her friends and loved ones. Sister Bynum not only leaves a little motherless son and a broken-hearted husband to mourn her departure, but an aged mother, Mrs. H. E. Thompson, ' one sister, Mrs. N. P. Naylor, two broth- j ers, J. R. Thompson, of Jacuson, ahd W. A. Thompson, of Union City. The funeral services were held at Mt. Zion, conducted b il'ier pastor. "Sister Bynum is fuly sletpin?, Onl sleeping the sleep of death. Angels, et the Saviour's bidding', In mercy stole away her breath. But Mentis there is a home, 'Tis far beyond the skies. There is no parting there, There are no sad good-byes." C. C. NEWimx. Men and Women Wanted The Government Pays Railway Mail Clerks $800 to $1,200, and Other Employees: up to $2,500 Annually. 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This is expensive to the manufac turers but it pleases the buyers of stylish corsets, so we do it.. .If you are stout, a Kabo Form Reducing Corset will give you .graceful lines and comfort. , Kabo Maternity Supporters give - health and comfort to women wh await the Stork. ; All goods absolutely guaranteed. Kabo Corset Co. - Chicago every figure. We carry a complete line in all Prices, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00. ' :::::::: :: 8: -' . I HAVE' YOU TRIED & 1PD ft Aak Your NONE REAM lahnke-Walker iVIilling Co. Ask us for prices when selling our grain. :::::::: ::s Non-Resident Notice. Katie Pancy (col.) vs. Frank Dancy (col.) Petition vorce. for Di- In this cause it appearing to me, J. A. Reeves, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Obion County, Tenn., from the bill, which is sworn to, that the defendant, Frank Dancy, is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee, and that personal service can not be had upon him, nnd that an order of publication being prayed for, it is hereby ordered that publication is sue for four consecutive weeks in the Union City Commercial, a weekly news paixr published in Union City, Obion County, Tennessee, commanding the said Frank Dancy to appear before the Circuit Court of Obion County at the courthouse in Union City on the First Monday in May, 1910, and that he be required to fully answer the bill filed against him in this cause for divorce or upoa default the allegations will be taken as confessed and the cause set apart for bearing ex parte. J. A. REEVES, Clerk. PncRCE & Fry, Sols, for Compl't. 0 i. mMyJ - 1 STYI.E Si 2. Is low id bust nnd hns a long skirt. Is de signed for the average figure: made of batiste with 12'A inch front clasp; lace trimmed; two pairs of garters: sises 18 to 30. Price tl.OO .... . :: ::::::.:o .- ..... .. G O O o o o o o 8 o o o d o o P V o EY OUR Grocer for it BETTER :::::::: Non-Resident Notice. Ethel Dycus " vs. ' Shock Dycus. Petition for Divorce. In this cause it appearing to me, J. A. Reeves, Clerk of tho Circuit Court of Obion County, Tenn., from tho bill, which is sworn to, that the defendant, Shock Dycus, is a non-resident of tho State of Tennessee, aud that personal " service can not be had upon him, and th.it an order of publication being prayed for, it is hereby ordered that j-ubiieation is sue for a period of four consecutive weeks in the Union City Commercial, a weekly newspaper published in Obion County, commanding said Shock Dy-. cus to appear Ix-fore tho Circuit Court of Obion County at the courthouse in Union City on thcr . First Monday in May, 1910, and that ho be required to fully answer the bill filed against bun in this cause for divorce or upon default the alle gations therein will be taken as cun fesscd and the cause mt apart for hear ing cjc-parte. J. A. REEVES, Clerk. IjASSOM & 8'f akfikld, Sols, for Compl't,.