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LOCAL AND PERSONAL. this Mrs. J. F. Carter was quite sick week. Mrs. T. V. White visited relatives Pyersburg this week. Save money by using Bon Air Coal. Pink Erwin Shot l'ink Erwin was shot and seriously in- jured Sunday night by Cent rainier. Both are well-known farmers and live about two miles east of this place, being neighbors. The trouble arose over Mr. Erwin's Ill II Nashville this week to attend the Tour nament. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Brings left last week for Middle Tennessee to visit rela tives and friends. Coal Coke Wood Call Tel. 150 Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Edwards went to daughter, who had gone to the home of Mr. Palmer to meet a man named Eni bry, whom her father thought she was going to marry. When Erwin learned that his daughter was at the home of Palmer, he went over to get her and takv.her home, but he was met by Palmer, who told him that the girl did not want to go home with him. Erwin,, left, but returned later, hi wife being in the buggy with him, and Palmer went out to the. buggy, where a quarrel arose, Palmer shooting Erwin three times with a 38-cnlibre revolver. One ball went through his knee, anoth er his arm, and one entered the right lung. Ir. Nailling, who attended Mr Erwin, stated that the men were so close together when the shots were fired that Erwin was powder-burned. After the shooting Erwin 's daughter and Embry were married. Mrs. Erwin, when Palmer had ceased firing, started to this city with her husband, but he became so sick from the loss of blood Melvin fi. Downing, of v, WiW .xtld to ftton at i101 city visiting me 0 a neiehbor and send for a physician. WOMAN'S '1.50, '2.00, 2.50 Waists For 95c CU1LM WOMAN'S 50c, 75c and 85c Waists For 49c Mr. and Mrs. John T. Walker left this week to viit relatives and friend's in Middle Tennessee. Messrs. Tolk Beard. G. W. Reed and Pony Beard came through from Obion in an automobile Monday. Everything new and fresh at R. 8 Godwin's new grocery. Phone 78. Jesse Wheeler, of Jackson, spent Sun day in this city with his family, at'the borne of Mrs. C. F. Ong. , A. B. Nichols, of this city, took ad vantage of the excursion to Louisville last week and its side trips. Lightning protectors for telephones at JSailling-Xeiser Hardware Co . Mr. and Mrs Memphis, arc in the Jiome of Mrs. T. I). Edwards Mrs. J. W. Bransford and daughter, Miss Mary, have returned from an ex tended visit with relatives at Louisville. Dr. W. M. Turner's new dental oflice is in theC. B. A. building. Phone 221 Mr. Felix Raynier, of Effingham, 111., was in the city this week visiting his family at the home of Mrs. Nannie Lit tle. Miss Mary Cunningham, of Polk, was a visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Dorrell Harris north of the city last week. All Hammocks at cost for SO days. Caldwell s Book More. Mr. nnd Mrs. Conrad Dahnke, of this city, and Mrs. Weinman and daughter, Miss Viola, of St. Louis, visited rela tives in Fulton this week. V, J. Moss, who has been visiting his sons and their families in the city for several days, has returned to his home in Williamson County. Western electrical telephone supplies at Nailling-keiser Hardware Co. airs. J. J,. Pollock has returned to her home in Nashville, after spending several weeks in this city at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brans ford, on First street. Good Way to Use Hyomei for Ca tarrh. Besides breathing through the inhaler a few times a day, many catarrh suffer ers write that they find inhaling HYO MEI (pronounce it High-o-me) from a bowl of steaming water each night be fore retiring a great aid in curing stub born cases. Fill a bowl half full of boiling water; pour into the water a tea-spoon tui oi HYOMEI, cover head and bowl with a towel, and breathe through nose and mouth the pleasant, medicated, antisep tic and healing vapor that arises. This method relieves that stuffiness at once, and makes your head feel fine. You can get a bottle of HYOMEI at druggists everywhere or at the Red Cross Drug Store for only fifty cents. Ask for extra bottle HYOMEI Inhalent. But bear in mind that a HYOMEI outfit, which includes inhaler and hot tie of HYOMEI, costs f 1.00. HYOMEI is guaranteed to cure ca tarrh, sore throat, coughs, cold, asthma and croup, or money back. Try it on that generous basis. Elite Grunters. In tho race for the best and most com plete exhibits between the different de For Sunday dinner Dahnke's Velvet Lartment heads of the Tri-Stato Fair one of the most conspicuous is Super G. A. Davidson, of Obion, was here ititendent G. C. Cloys, of Union City Monday. Mr. Davidson has about f0 Tenn., who will have charge of the acres of rice on his farm a few miles swine show. Mr. Cloys is being assisted below Obion. He says it is a splendid in his department by Judge T. A. Har crop, and should yield 100 bushels to ris, of .Latnino, Mo., probably the best the acre. It is worth $1.00 a bushel, known expert on the subject of hogs in Mr. Davidson left a sample at Judge Lawson's office. Chase fe Sanliorn's coffee is best. R. S. Godwin's new grocery. Phono 78 Mr. Josh .Mitchell, of the country north of the city, has just returned from Nashville, where he was treated by Dr. Savage. Mr. Mitchell's eyes have been impaired for some time, and the cele brated oculist is relieving the trouble Mr. Mitchell expects to enjoy reading again in a short time. All kinds of city property for sale or rent. Carter & White, real estate and insurance people. Miss Leila Reeves, of this city, has been elected to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Mrs. Mollie Adams in the City Grammar School. Miss Reeves has been teaching heretofore iu the county and her work has been such as to cause the seeking of her services for the position here. Dr. J. E. Hudson's dental office is in the Nailling building, rooms one and two. Phone 81. 1 Mr. Dorrell Harris had a curio on the State. The swine show at last year's fair was generally regarded as good, but from tho elaborateness of arrangements and tho number of entrants this year, the iyi() hog show will outclass last year's exhibition in every stage of the game. Mr. Cloys has laid down a lot of rather strict rules governing his department, but all of them were suggested with the view of having the best collection of hogs if would be possible to gather to gether. Persons who do not think that the Slates comprising the three grand di visions of the Tri-State Fair are doing much in hog growing will find indica tions finite to the contrary at the fair grounds this fall. The last year has de veloped an interest in the industry which puts this locality in an altogether new hog and pig class. News-Scimitar. Reelfoot Lake. All kinds of reports are being circu lated about the purchase of Reelfoot Lake by a New York syndicate and about the Government making surveys . .1 i n-l -11 exhibition in the city last week in tmJ at me .awe. n.ese repons are an, so form of a stalk of corn, seventeen feet filr- w,tl,out I"""""- 1WK Tiw. .... iv r- i tfvnuicaie in irvine to uny uju ft icn- Hnrris farm. The vu onfv n or Lntl Company says that it knowN - ' ... i : i . . .i of corn on the stalk, and as far as the 1,oim,,g 8UJUl umonevi lwm siaus corn was concerned it was notremarka- U,!U uw VV0U1U "" u propwmoii i.u i...f .1... t..,iL- ... .iw. ,i,, tosell. We opine that there will be It was show n at E. P. A had been seen. Grissom's corner. We want to do business with vou aAd can make it to your interest if you jruit to buy, sell, rent or insure property. See us. Carter & White. m J. L. Hanson, Jr., will beoiinerted with' Whitesell Harpole as jfilesman in the furniture store to be oniied on First Ktreet in a short time. The salesroom is about ready. It has Jfieen improved extensively with paper Jmd decorative work and the fixtures and stock are to be placed in a few days. Proper an nouncement will be made of the opening- lurching done with the property until the case is tried by the Supreme Court. Auction Sale. I will sell at auction my residense in Union City house and lot on Fifth street together with all my household and kitchen furniture, a,fine surrey, etc., on Saturday, Sept. 1 0, at 1 ; 30 p. m. Auctioneer, J. G. Saunders. Notice F. Lamu. WAIST SALE That rings loud with money saving oppor tunities.. Actual $1.50, $2 and $2.50 For 95c GREAT CleariEa OF ALL Sale SPEC Al Long Silk Gloves, sixteen-button length, in black' and white. Double tips. OoHlh and Oiiieini OUT THEV GO, REGARDLESS OF ORIGINAL COST So if you are hunting for bargains in Tailored Suits, Lingerie, and Lilian Dresses, Waists and Skirts, Curlin h as on sale values that will be offereJJ6r going-away and vacation time. Whether it will be the mountains, lakes, seashore or country, we can save you many dollars to add to your vacation pleasures. Misses Smart Summer Dresses Splendid Values $5, $6 and $8 For $2.50, $3, $4.50 to Close Brown and White Linen Dresses During this sale at prices to clean up. All Millinery During this Sale at Cut Prices 4 and Every department throughout the store has felt conces . . . . . sions during this Clearance Sale First Street..... R T. CU1RILIM 0 Union City. ' Warren McDonald Camp. Warren McDonald Camp, No. i36, met at the city hall at 1:00 p. in,, Sat urday, September 3, and was called to order by Lieutenant Commander W. B. So well, and opened with prayer by Chaplain J. A. Cloar. Motion carried to hold the county re union at Obion, Tenn., October 7 and 8. J. II. Steel wan unanimously elected a member of Warren McDonald Camp. I5y acclamation A. L. Brevard, W,B. Sowell and Jas. B. Harper were elected delegates to the State reunion to be livid at Franklin, Tenn., in October, and M. Pitt McMurray, Dr. F. M. McRee and J. It. Hughes were elected alternates. The Camp unanimously endorsed the reappointment of Dr. W. II. Coley, of Milan, Tenn., on the pension board. The camp accepted a verbal invitation from Jim Tyrtlc Camp, of Fulton, Ky., to unite with them in their reunion on September 22. The adjutant was instructed to accept for the camp a formal invitation of Jim Pyrtle Camp, and do such other corre spondence necessary, and to publish in the county papers their program and what will be expected of the niemlers of the camp in regard to going to Ful ton. The camp adjourned to met the first Monday in October, at 1:00 p. in., in the city hall, and was closed with prayer by the reverend chaplain, J. A. Ckmr. State Keunion of United Confederate Veterans will be at Franklin, Tenn., October 12 and 13, 1910. II. W.rowEU,, Adjutant. s' Brown, blue and gray are the leaders for fall suitings. We have exclusive styles and patterns. We make our clothes in our own shop. Come in and select a suit now. Tate & Sutherland, Merchant Tailors. hand-bills for description. W STRAYED Bay bald-faced horse, sweeny-mnrked scars both shoulders, with a black mule with white spot on left hip. I'hone to Ed Trainer, Hick man, Ky., and get reward. It 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 'All guaranteed. Phone us a trial order. We deliver. No order too small. No order too large. Johnson-Carr. Last evening at nine o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Carr on Second street their daughter, Miss Mary, and Mr. T. D. Johnson were united in marriage, a lieautiful ceremony being delivered by Rev. Marshall, of the Chris tian Church. The affair, much to the regret of their host of friends, was simple and quiet. However, it was a very beauti ful home wedding at which there were no invited guests with the exception of Mr. and Mrs. Sam McCall, of this place, and Mr. S. M. Bailey, of Clarks ville who accompanied Mr. Johnson here. Miss Carr was one of Fulton's most beautiful and popular young ladies and for several years has been a leader of society. She is the only daughter of Mr. W. T. Carr and is a sister to At torneys Herbert and Frank Carr. Mr. Johnson is a popular and well known" young man of Chicago and is in the employ as civil engineer of one of the large railroads with headquarters at that' city. Fulton Tribune. - Hoppity Hop. Are you just barely getting around by tho aid of crutches or a cane? Un less you have lost a limb or have a de formity if your trouble is rheumatism, lumbago, sprain, stiff joints, or any thing of like nature use Ballard's Snow Liniment and in no time you can throw away your crutches and be as well as anyone. Price 25c, Wte and $ 1. Sold by Red Cross Drug Co. Reduced RoundTrip Fares to Knox ville, Tenn. via Mobile & Ohio Railroad, account Appalachian Exposition, Sept. 12-Oct. 12, 11H0. Tickets on sale Sept. 12 to Oct. 12, limited, returning, to reach original starting point not later than ten days from date of sale. Apply to near est ticket agent, Mobile & Ohio Rail road, for full particulars. FOR SALE A good hack aiid horse, cheap tor cash. For particulars apply to Mrs. A. B. 1'ewitt, N. Ury street. 9629 J" TREASURY DEPARTMENT f Office of Comptroller of the Currenly, ) Washington, D. C, Jan. 6, I9I0I , Whereas, By satisfactory evidencepre. tented to the undersigned, it has been made to appear that The Old National Bank of Union City in the city of Union City, in the county of Obion, and the State of Tennes see, has complied with all the provisions of the Statutes of the United States required to be complied with before an association shall be authosized to commence the busi ness of banking; now Therefore, 1, Lawrence O. Murray, Comp. troller of the Currency, do hereby certify that The Old National Bank of Union City, ' in the county of Obion, and the State of Tennessee, is authorized to commence the businsss of banking, as provided in section fifty-one hundred and sixty. nine of the Rejsed Statutes of the United States. In Testimony Whereof witness my hand and' seal of office, this sixth day of Janu ary. 1910. LAWRENCE O. MURRAY, Comptroller of the Currency, (Seal.) Marriage Licenses. Van Harper and Mattie Anderson. Charles Haskins and Ola Haskins. Chi Stevens and May Boyd. Wilford Chandler and Delia Terry. J. II. Newman and Maymie L. Web ber. Ernest Tierce and Addie O. Browner. Emmett Stephens and Ruth Kersey. Charlie Swan and Vera Barnes. E. R. Hnnsacker and Victoria Hay lies. Estes King and Mina Thompson . J. C. Lee and Nannie II. Tate. Herman Caudle and Mrs. Roxie Miles. Aubrey Sea and Mary Meadows COLOKKD. Mack Stockert and Elmer Fry. Lonnic Jenkins and Frankie White. Big Muddy washed nut coal is best for 1 cooking. At Union City Ice & Coal Co. Greatest Combination Offer THE COMMERCIAL Union City's Leading Newspaper ' AND 'run Southern Agriculturist Southern Fruit Grower and Poultry Culture, $1.50 This gives you tho local paper and three of the best farm and field papers pub lished for a very small outlay in cash. Ad,l Id this 25 cents and we will give you with the combination either the Weekly Com. mercial Appeal or some other good weekly general newspaper. Thus for $1.75 you can get a years reading supply consisting of everything of a secular nature n. .My needed in the home.