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lfef Sprains
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Me
Instant
Relief"
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"I fell and sprained my arm
and was in terrible pain. I
could not use my hand or arm
, without intense suffering until
'' a neighbor told me to use
Sloan's Liniment. The first
application gave me "instant
relief and I can now use my
arm as well as ever." Mrs. II.
, B. Springer, 921 Flora St.,
Elizabeth, N. J.
S10AM'
is an excellent antiseptic and germ
killer - heals cuts,
burns, wounds, and
contusions, and will
draw the poison
from sting of poi-
sonous insects.
25c) 5 Jo. and $1.00
Sloan'n book on
IhorMtH, rattle, Khtep
and poultry Mint tre.
AfidreM
Dr. Earl S. Sloan,
Boston, Mass., U.S.A.
From Fort Worth, Texas.
I most heartily commend these splen
did entertainers as in every way worthy
the attention of all. Their entertain
ment is first-class, will please, delight
and uplift the most fastidious audience.
Rev. Homer T. Wilson.
Schubert Symphony Club at Rey
nolds Opera House Tuesday night, 0
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City Finances.
DEMIT.
General purpose $25,513.8(5
Interest 0,841.12
Cemetery 118.72
Cash in bank -
Total .
CREDIT.
Street and sidewalk
School fund:
Sinking fund
10,01)7.17
.-$42,070.87
2,174.03
0,714.04
13.373.42
School bond sinking fund... 7, ."08. 90
Water and lights- 12,491)122
Total - . - - - f 42, 070. 87
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REGAL SHOES
We invite all the young men in town to come and see
our new Regal " 'Varsity" models.
All the most pronounced ideas in this season's footwear
are included in these smart Regal shapes. They are ex
clusive custom styles you'll not find elsewhere in town.
$350 $4.00 $450 $goo
J. A. COBLE & SON
(Successors to H. T. Robinson)
UNION CITY, TENN.
LOCAL AND 'PERSONAL.
Miss Cora Wingo Sundayed in Mar
tiu. Mr. Jess Rogers was in Nashville this
week.
The best rugs at Home Furniture Co.
Phone yy.
Pierce Pardue is up again after a few
days illness.
A. G. Thomason, of Dresden, was in
the city Tuesday.
Home-made "Kandy" at the "Kar
nival" Prof. Willie Wilkerson is with Troy
friends this week.
Mrs. 65. R. Bratton was a visitor in
Martin this week.
Fancy groceries, produce, fruits and
candies. II. 8. Godwin's new grocery.
, Miss Edna Anderson has returned
from a visit to Paris.
J. 11. Aloran, of Dresden, was a vis
itor in the city Sunday.
Lightning protectors for telephones at
Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co.
Capt, Capell, of Memphis, was a social
visitor in the city Sunday.
Geo. Alley, of Fulton, was a business
visitor in the city this week. f
A call for 150 brings the coal wag.a
Union City Ice & Coal Co.
Miss Pauline Jackson is the guest of
Miss Arzena Roach at Fulton.
A. L. Stewart has returned from an
extended trip through Alabama.
The Home "I'll i n itu re Co. has a fine
collection of pictures. Phone W.
Dr. R. C. Reynolds returned last week
from a business visit to Missouri.
Mrs. Joe Terrell, of Number Seven,
was in the city Tuesday shopping.
Telephones can be bought at Nailling
Keiser Hardware Co.
Webe Hawes has returned from a sea
son of ball in the Tennessee circuit.
Mrs. w. Jfl. Jackson and little son
have returned from a visit to Paducah
The Homo Furniture Co. does the
best picture framing.
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Mrs. Irve King and son, of Troy, were
the guests of Mrs. J. M. Cole Tuesday
Dr. J. B. Adkerson, of Rives, was a
professional visitor in the city yester
day.
Telephone Union City Ice & Coal Co.
when you want coal right now.
Judge M. M. Neil and Col. R. Z. Tay
lor, of Trenton, were in the city Sun
day.
Mrs. Ella Cathey is visiting her daugh
ter, Mrs.- Gardner, in St. Louis this
week. ,
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Home Furniture Co. hangs window
shades free. Phone 'JO.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Davis, of Terrell,
were nenu oaiuruav visiung ow-iime
t . 1 . ; . 1 1 . .
friends.
Mrs. J. B. Wilson, of Kenton, is in
the city visiting her sister, Mrs. Geo,
Stovall.
For this and next week only we will
sell Troy bran for $1.20 per sack,
Phone 587. Union City Feed Store.
f s -ay Regal Mode:
Clarence Latimer, of Jackson, was in
the city Sunday visiting homefolks and
friends.
Mr. Harry Hays, of Cleveland, Ohio
is at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E
Webster.
Miss Mary Turner and Mrs. E. V
Caldwell nave returned from a visit to
Memphis.
Buy your c hildren's winter hose from
us and save money. Hardy, Malone it
Jones,
G. W. Corbitt has been very sick at
home in the city for several days with
tonnilitis.
Mrs. Voss Council, of Harris, is vis
iting her sister, Mrs. El wood Harris, on
Lilac street.
Dr. J. B. Sharp, of Obion, was in the
city Monday visiting his daughter, Mrs
E. M. Long.
Not the biggest, but the newest
Phone us a trial order 78. R. S. God
win, corner Home and Grove streets.
Mrs. Minnie Campbell, after quite an
extended trip, has returned home to
her parents.
U. C. Steel and If. G. Walker, of
Obion, were "business visitors in the
city Sunday.
Air. John nomers, of fct. l.ouis, was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Web
ster last week.
You can buy telephone receivers and
transmitters at Nailling-Keiser Hard
ware Co.1
Willis Holman, of Number Sixteen,
was in town Monday looking after the
prices of com.
Mrs. W. M. Wonible, residing on
Palmer street, has been very ill for two
or three days.
Little Mary Coble, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. J. A. Coble, Jr., has been very
sick this week.
Miss Harrye Crockett, of Troy, was
the guest of Mrs. F. J. Smith on First
street Monday. "
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 notthey want the
paper continued. Please attend to this
while you think of it.
Mesdames Taul Ingram and Wr. A.
Smith, of Troy, were in the city Wed
nesday shopping.
Miss Lucy Williamson, of Moscow,
through the city Monday en
route to Nashville.
Mr. Olive Burnett, ones of Number
Seven's progressive farmers, was a busi
ness visitor here Monday,
Mrs. John Board, of Obion, and Mrs.
Ed Marshall, of Clayton, were in the
city shopping Monday.
The Home Furniture Co. has a fine
collection of pictures. Phone 90.
Mrs. Harvey Harrison, of Cairo, is
at the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Adams, this week.
Mrs. W. E. Russ, niece of Mrs.
Eunice Wilson, after a plasant visit has
returned to her home in Chicago.
(i. W. Foster has resigned his work
here as manager for the Singer Sewing
Machine Co. and located in Jackson.
Mrs. C. V. McDaniel was last week a
visitor at the home of her granddaugh
ter, Mrs. Prather, at Woodland Mills.
A complete line of ladies' silk hose
at Hardy, Malone & Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cloar spent sev
eral days in Troy at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Hammond last week.
Mr. Will Horner, who located here
recently, is ill of typhoid fever. Mr.
Horner has been sick two weeks or
more.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hall, of Martin,
were in the city this week visiting Mrs.
Hall's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. A.
George.
Mrs. Jas. Lee and two children, of
Sikeston, Mo., are the guests of Mrs.
Lee's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M.
Adams. "
Give us an opportunity to serve. If
we haven't what you want, we will get
it. Haynes-Gregory Hardware Co.
Mr. A. A. Vaughn, of Fulton, Ky.,
was a business visitor in the city yester-
lay and made The Commercial a pleas
ant call.
W. V, Hutchison, of Glass, spent a
few days in Union City last week. Mr.
Hutchison is thinking of locating in
the city.
C. L. Andrews has returned from a
trip to the markets as buyer for the firm
of Bransford & Andrews, jewelers and
opticians.
Leonidas Polk Chapter, U. I). C,
contemplates giving a pleasant evening
to the public at the opera house at an
early date.
Largest line of ladies' stylish craven
etted rain coats in the city. Hardy,
Malone & Jones.
Democratic Nominee
for Governor of Tennessee
Will address
At
All Democrats
r
1.
ences are earnestly invited
Messrs. Edgar and Treston Shore and
Misses Johnson and Clemmous, of Rives,
were' in the city Sunday dining at the
Palace Hotel. '
Rev. Wm. H. Sheffer, of Memphis,
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was in tne city eunesuay visiimg
friends. He was a guest at the home
of B. F. Beckham.
Esj. H. S. Sacra, Messrs. Fred Smith,
Connie Dyer and Hunter Roper were in
Number Seven Sunday attending divine
services with dinner on the ground.
Numbfc- your houses with aluminum
figures. They never rust nor tarnish
always bright. Only five crtnts each at
Haynes-GregoryJIardware Co.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Fitzpatrick and
little daughter, of Helena, Ark., are in
the city, guests at the home of Mrs.
Fitzgerald's parents, Col. and Mrs. W.
II. Gardner. 1
Among the out-of-town guests at the
White-Morgan wedding were Mrs. Julian
Lee Sydnor, Bridgeport, Conn.; Mrs.
Jas. A. tilass, Sharon, and Mrs. Kate
Daniels. Harris.
Mr. Luther Park has put the finish
ing touches to one of his residences on
North First street, to be occupied soon
by one of the leading professional men
of the city and his bride.
The singing of the Lady Quartette
was simply enchanting, and the violin
ist is a true artist. vv . O. Gorman, bee.
B. T. O. E., Yazoo City, Miss. At the
opera house, Tuesday night, Oct. 25.
Don't fail to see Forester & Forester
if you are in the market to buy any
kind of real estate.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Robinson and
little daughter left yesterday for St.
Louis to visit Mr. and Mrs, C. G. Tom
erlin and from there they go to Roswell,
N. M., returning home after a very
pleasant visit here.
Mr. Vivian Murphy and wife will ar
rive in the city Friday, visiting Mr.
Murphy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Murphy, on Division street. They will
remain here for a few days before going
South to spend the winter.
The Obion Couuty Poultry and Pet
Stock Association will meet in Union
City Saturday (to-morrow) afternoon
for the purpose of arranging for an
other winter show. The next show will
probably be at ftfartin or at Obion.
Jf your horse is tired out 011 corn and
hay try our Tennessee natural crushed
feed and note how soon he will pick up.
Union City Feed Store. Phone 587.
SENATOR
o
the citizens of
at union city, ienn., on
1 o'clock p.
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irrespective
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1
PLEAS HORNBEAK,
Chair. County Dem. Ex. Com.
At Chattanooga, Tenn.
The entertainment given by the Schu
bert Symphony' Club and Lady Quar
tette at the First M. E. Church last
night was a splendid success and highly
satisfactory to the local committee in
charge. W. C. Sharon, President Joyce
Chapter Epworth League.
At Reynolds Opera House Tuesday
night, October 25.
SCHUBERT
SYMPHONY CLUB
Under the
Auspices
of the
Elks
Lodge
Reynolds Theatre
Tuesday Night
October 25
Obion County
m.
,:
of party differ
to be present.
A. B. Nichols has moved his plumb
ing business to the Reynolds building
near the courthouse, ile has added a
complete line of sanitary plumbing fix
tures, etc., and now has a comfortable
and well npppointcd place for his busi
ness. G. W. Hawkins is now in charge of
Alexander Hall, the Union City Train
ing School dormitory. Mr. and Mrs.
Hawkins are succeeding admirably wit'l
the boarding department and the young
men are highly pleased. Mr. and Mrs.
Jerry Cloar, who have been also very
acceptable in the same, capacity, have
moved back to their home in the north
east part of the city. They found tho
work too great a burden for their
strength."
The Union City Feed Store handles
everything in the feed line. Chops,
bran, hay, corn, oatH, chicken feed,
cotton seed meal, ' dairy feed, etc.
Phone 587.
It gives me pleasure to state that the
entertainment given by the Schubert
Symphony Club and Lady Quartette in
St. JohuB Chapel last night was very
satisfactory to the large audience that
heard it, and has received compliments
from all to whom I have spoken. I re
gard it as a refined, artistic, and pleas
ant entertainment. Dr. Dudley Pow
ers, St. Johns Rectory, Montgomery,
Ala. At Reynolds Opera House Tues
day night, October 25.
As we buy bran in large ((iiantities we
can make you a price on Troy bran of
11.20 per sack. Phone 587 and have
them send you a sack. Union City
Feed Store.
Lady Minstrels.
One of the best entertainments of the
season wan given by the Lady Minstrels
at the opera house last Monday and
Tuesday nights. It was a short pro
gram but well worth the price of admis
sion. The girls sang well, danced well
and exploded jokes in good old-fashioned
minstrel style in a way that would do
credit to the big stars in black-face
comedy. '
The five girls are all young, but they
have certainly dovcloiicd some talent in
minstrel work. They have been oper
ating principally in vaudeville work and
that is the reason of the brevity. Miss
Bessie Rowland was the piano player
and a good one.
You can buy telephone receivers and
transmitters at Nailling-Keiser Hard
ware Co.

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