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Popular Vo J o Cortes ting t WW l"1 OL if : i i . ;,,.jk ill. -l -Ah, To All Parties Wishing to Become Contestants for the Beautiful Parlor Grand $400,00 Upton We Are Going to Give Away We will give all contestants 2000 votes on entering contest. We give one vote with each penny cash purchase at our store. We give one vote with each penny paid on account at our store. We do not publish the names of contestants; we publish your standing by number only. No one but you and your friends will know that you are a contestant unless you tell them. , HOW TO GET VOTES With every yearly renewal or new subscription to The Commercial, accompanied by $1.00 in cash, 3,000 votes will be given, and you can pay for as many years as you desire. You will be surprised how easy it is to get subscriptions to The Commercial if you try. Every subscriber will be glad to give you the votes when they pay their subscription. With each and every paid admission to the Gem Theater will be given 25 votes on the Piano Contest of Hardy, Malone 6c Jones. Only adults will receive these votes. Have your friends who visit the Gem give you their tickets if they are not contestants. There are only three places in the city where these votes can be se curedHardy, Malone & Jones, Union City Commercial and Gem Theater. Hard HOW TO GfET VOTES With every purchase made at Hardy, Malone & Jones store votes will be given 100 votes for every dollar. Votes in the same proportion will also be given to persons paying accounts. Get those of your friends who patronize this store to give you their vote's, or if they owe an account get them tc pay it and secure the votes. Now is the time to get busy. The earlier you start the more advantage you will have in the final count. The date of closing of contest will be annouced . later. Cut out the coupon below and present or mail to Hardy, Malone & Jones, the Gem Theatre or The Commercial. It is good for 25 votes. How to Vote and When Secure all the merchandise votes you can from your friends who purchase goods at our store or settle their accounts; also all given away by The Commercial for new and renewal subscriptions; and all votes given away with tickets at The Gem Theatre, and on each Wednesday wrap them in as small package as possible and put the number of votes you have enclosed, together with your nomination number, on the outside wrapper and place in the ballot box, NOMINATION BLANK GOOD FOR 2,000 VOTES I hereby accept the nomination as a contestant for votes on the Upton Piano. Please place these 2,000 votes to my credit N. ame. P.O. All votes must be placed in the ballot box in our store each Wednesday, so the standing of-each contestant can be given to the paper for publication. No one connected with the store, or their immediate families, will be allowed to become a contestant for the piano or any of the other special premiums to be given away. Our employees will not be allowed to show any favor itism to any of the contestants, and anyone having knowledge of such fact will do us a great favor by reporting same to us. GOOD ONLY FOR SHORT TIME Cut out this coupon and bring it to HARDY, MALONE & JONES and it will count 25 votes in this PRIZE VOTING CONTEST Valuable Special prizes will be given away to leading con testant at different times during the contest. ror the next week we will give .two votes for each paid on suits or overcoats. penny alone & Jones The Store of Quality Union City, Tennessee NUMBER SEVEN. Mr. Vhgil Laster wont tJ Rives Satur day on business. Our school at Cauo Creek closed Fri day fur a week's vacation during the holidays. Mr. Edd Pcnn and family, of near Cane Creek, spent Saturday and Bun day with tho former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Penn. Mr. Tommie Luster and mother went Cdar Hill Wednesday shopping. Mr. Earl Jones has gone to Arkansas to spend Christinas. Those on the sick list this week are Mrs. Lena Jones and Mr. Tommie Laster and Misses Burt rice MeSpedden, Buruieo Shipp and Ethel Laccwell. Mr. Tannine Latter and mother veil ed Mrs. Laster's son, Mr. Virgil Laster, and family near Cane Creek Sunday. Uev. Owens, of Henderson, preached a fine sermon at Berea Christmas Day. Mr. Lee Lacewell has a Lad burnt foot and can't wear n shoe. We hope his foot will not be any worse. Mr. Spikes, of Rives, visited his sister, Mrs. Jennie Diekensen, at Cedar Hill Wednesday night and Thursday. Brownie. BETHEL. Mr. Dick Muse and wife moved to their new home Wednesday. Mrs. Ola Shaw, of Tally's, visited her sister, Mrs. Eula Brown, Wednesday. Uncle Terk Brown is on the sick list tli is week. Mr. Charley Cleek, of Protemus, was here on business this week. Mr. Lcm Bryant, of near Troy, was here on business Wednesday. J. N. Sanders and sister visited Pro tenius friends Sunday. Messrs. Alton Neeley and Thearon Dyer were Protemus visitors Sunday. Mr. Tom Davis and family, of Pro temus, were here Thursday. Mrs. Mary Sharp, who has been vis iting her brother at Spout Spring, re turned to her home here Saturday. Mr. Jas. rhillips and family visited relatives at Tally's this week. Mr. Em Brown was in Union City Saturday. We sure hear wedding bells across the creek this time. Mr. John Haynie visited his parents near Union City recently, Mrs. Addio Snow and children were In Troy Saturday shopping. , Miss Noxie Dyer is the guest of her friend, Miss Dessie Primrose, this week. Mr. Doll Knight and family, of Fro mont, were here Monday en route to the Dr. Pressly farm where they will be located at home. Tiuxie. One-Dollar Bargain. Tho Twice-A-Week Republic of St. Louis, Mo., is making a special Christ mas offer of a three-year subscription to their paper for $1.00. This rate will positively not be good after December 31, 1910. Any number of subscriptions well be accepted at this low price while the rate is in effect, from December 1 to the 31, but positively no premiums or cash commission will be allowed. The $1.00 price is absolutely net. The Twice-A-Week Republic is the oldest, biggest and best metropolitan semiweekly newspaper in the Southwest. You should take advantage of this liberal offer and tell your friends and neighbors about it. Send your money to The St. Louis Republic, St. Louis, Mo., without delay Attention, Confederate Veterans. Warren McDonald Camp, No. 936, will meet in Union City, Tenn., at the City Hall, at 1 o'clock p. m., the first Monday in January, 1911. W. B. Stovall, Commander. R. W Powell, Adjt. Fell From Roof. R. E. Roper, a resident of Palmer street, was very badly and painfully hurt last week in falling from the roof of the Haynes-Gregory Hardware Co. build ing. Mr. Roper was arranging to paint the roof, and was experimenting with some paint. The roof was frosty and he slipped and was unable to stop himself, but braced up for the fall. He struck the ground below without breaking any bones, but his wrist was badly wrenched j and his head bruised considerably. The fall otherwise jarred turn terribly, and he was taken home and to bed. He fortunately much better this week and will soon be out again. Don't Be Hopeless about yourself when you're crippled with rheumatism or stiff joints of course you've tried lots of things and they failed. Try Ballard's Snow Lini ment it will drive away all aches, pains, and stiffness and leave yon as well as you ever were Sold by Red Cross Drug Store. FOR QUICK SALE. A baker's doz en of Barred Plymouth Rocks. If you want utility birds, both as to eggs and weight, these are the chickens for vou. Price one dollar each. tf Mrs. T. P. Palmer: Rives, Tenn. From The Kenton Herald. A. N. Dickson, of Union City, was a business visitor in Kenton yesterday. Hon. Rice A. Pierce, of Union City, was in Kenton Tuesday on legal busi ness. Mrs. R. Bailey, of Union City, is visit ing her sister, Mrs. J. E. Garrett, on Quality Hill. Mr. Luther J. Allen, the insurance man of Union City, was a business visi tor in Kenton Tuesday. Mrs. Will Davidson, of Union City, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Garrison, on Quality Hill. LOST About November 28 I lost from the M. fc O. stock pens, one black sow and 5 small pigs. The sow would have weighed about 250 pounds but do not know the marks. She was bought last June from Joe Johnson, 12 miles west of town, and has since been on the Brack in farm until brought in to the stock yards. Any information leading to the whereabouts of these hogs will le appreciated. W. (J. Reynolds, Dec. 12, 1910. FOR SALE My residence, G02 East Exchange street, embracing six rooms, two good size halls, ample front and back yards and good outbuildings. Fine maple shade. For further particulars see or address K. Kimbeblix, 33-tf Union City, Tenn. The Correct Time to stop a cough or cold is just as soon as it starts then there will bo no danger of pneumonia or consumption. Just a few doses of Ballard's Horehound Syrup taken at the start will stop the cough. If it has been running on for some time the treatment will ho longer, but the cure is sure. Sold by Red Cross Drug Store. Stockholder's Meeting. The stockholders of the Third Notional Bank of Union City, Tenn., are hereby notified to meet in the bank building on Tuesday, January 10, 1911, at 10 a. m., in regular annual session for the puriX)se of electing directors for the en suing year and for the transaction of such other business as may come be fore it. John T. Walker, Pres. I). N. Walker, Cashier. Stockholders Meeting. The annual meeting of the stockhold ers of the Farmers Exchange Batik will be held at the office of the company in Union City, Tenn., January 12th, at 3 p. m., for the purpose of electing Di rectors, President, Vice-President and CawliiiT. nnd thn ti'.innrti.'.n nf mi'li other business as may be brought be fore said meeting. Harris Parks, Cashier. Money to Loan on improved farm lands in Obion Coun ty. (36-4t) L. J. Alles.