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V ' - .' I BEGIN NOW , To use the Best Coal on earth .JUL 99 If you have never tried It call Phone No. 150 and we'll send you full weight of the best fuel in the Union City Ice '& Coal Co. Telephone 150 ' , Insolvent Nlotice. As administ rator of the estate of John JOhnnon, deceased, I have suggested, the insolvency of said estate to the clerk of the County Court of Obion County, Tennessee. All persons holding claims against said estate are hereby notified to file same with the clerk of said court, duly authenticated as the law directs, on or before the first day of August, or same will be forever barred both in law and equity. All parties indebted to said estate will please settle same with me at once. ; This February 8, 1911. - ; ' ' ', II. C. STAX FIELD, " . ' r "huinistratorli Low Uates. - "Mobil fc Ohio Rartftttd.fAceo-Utll lardi 'kirM Festivities, Mobile, Ala., INew Orleans, La., and Perjsal,-Fla, Februnry S3 to 23, 1911, inc. ' itev for (meeting, Dept. of Superintendence, N K. Ar, Mobile, Ala., Feb, 23-25, 19lf'. Tickets oh sale February 21-27, inc. limited, returning to , reach starting point on or before March 11. Extension of return limit to March -11 upon de- JCRDAN. W. T. BonJuraiit an 1 mii( Fred, art in Misisippi 'n business. Dr. Dave Prather an J f r. Dan Glenn, of Union City, Sundayed with Mr. and Mm. J. M. Glenn. " Mr. and M.-s. Joe MeOaugh, who have recently moved to Number Seven, Were visiting relatives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. McConm-H 'and Misses Clara and Farrar MeCoimcIl have teen visiting relatives io Uuioti City. . Misses Margaret Porter and Margurite Morton, of Union City, spent Saturday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. MeCoimell. ' Dr. Julius Purneil, who was here a while last year, died Tuesday morning in a hospital at Memphis, lie was about 33 years of age and was the only child of his widowed mother who lives in Paris, Ky. ' Dr. Purneil was a brilliant man and ranked high in his profession. We regret to hear of his death and extend our deepest sympathy to the mother, of whom he so of teu spoke. PLEASANT HILL. Mrs. Sarah Callis is the guest of her son, Ernest Cullom, this week. " , Mre. Lucy Shore was the guest of Mrs Ml" A. Forrester one day last week. ' Miss U13 JyliaSofii Df W&Verly, U the guest of her sister, WfS, Jim Arnold. Mr. Custer Dalantine, of Rives', Wsifl business visitor in this vicinity Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Johnson and son were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Steward Sunday night. - Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Callis 'and son . ' 3 spent several days last week jivith rela tives in Kumber Seven. , Miss Carrie Callis, J, E. Sedberry, I nomas and Lydia Clark ana many Others are again about well after having the measles ' ""'"' - Mr. and trs. Elvin Johnson moved to the Ligon -farm Monday,. We wel come them to our neighborhood and wish them much success. . ;. ; : ,,.;.... ' " ; ; May Flower, , ''.'.y. V TROY. - Miss Dora Jfjwell returned Tuesday to Ward's Seminary'. ' . . David Bright, who is "i'rf business at Ridgely, was at home last week. " . Mr. Bob Cunningham, of Ebejiezef, i mingling with friends here Satur day'. Mr. J,f5'. McCaw and niece, Miss Eu CR1TTENDON CRONE. One mouth of this year gone. Erwin Stovall is on the sick list. Mr. Rube DarLce, of Martin, was in our mid.-t lat Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Penn are th proud parents of a baby girl. Tin Bt II and family, of near Obion j Chapel, were viitors in this vicinity last j week. ' ; j Mr. and Mrs. Will MeSpedden and' children spirit Sunday with relatives in Weakley. - Mrs. TJeulah Sterling and children were visitors in the home of Mr. Tom Coley last week. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Callis'and son, Lexie, of Number Four, were guests of relatives here last week. Miss Florence Simmons was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Wilbus Oseman, at Mount Pelia Saturday and Sunday. Pro. Alton Waggoner preached a Cno sermon to a large congregation at Mount Pelia last Sunday.- ; j. , Jebcsiu. ' Miss Evely:, Frizzell was in Mount Telia one day last week . ' - Mrs. Sarah Crittendon was the guest Of Mia. Cuia Buweis Thursday. 'Miss Bessie Stovall spent Sunday with Misses Sadie and Kathleen Bell. Miss Evelyn Frizzell was the guest of Miss Vailie Spence Saturday night. - Ml) Cordie Crltteridon was the guest of Burtrice MeSpeddon Weduesdtty, -;'.. Mr. Tom Plunile? was the guest of 1 r tt1 1 - T- . ft . -f.Vi air, ana iirs. v uey uowers tsaturuay, Miss Callie Frizzell was the guest of her sister, Mra. Fearl Bowers, last week. Misses Sadie and Kathleen Bell spent Monday night with Mrs. Pearl Bowers. Misses Jessie Rucker and Enis Ship spent Wednesday night with Mrs. Chas. Beii. Little Misses Lucile Bell and Kath leen Bryan spent Monday night with Miss Lucile's grandfather, Mr. Bed. iilrs. Charley Bell and Pearl Bowers spent Monday with Miss Pearl's mother, Mrs. W. If, friJl. Pansy. ; : j STOMACH AGONY. ! TF, Ml-O-XA AKD QflCKt-Y GET RlD 1 of Indigestion. Go to-day and get a fifty cent box of Mf-O-NA stomach tablets. Tuke them as directed and notice how ijiovLIy distress, gas and heaviness will dis-tppear. idl-O-NA stomach tablets not only si',e instaut relief, but taken for a few diys drive away dizziness, headache, nervousness and biliousness, f Bad dreams and tossing about in bed are caused by out of order stomach, MI-O-NA will remove the cause and put Wour stomach in splendid condition in a few days. Give M I-O-NA at rial at the Red Cross Drng Store's risk. They guarantee it 'to cure any stomach trouble or money uacK. jiu-u-.A s line wuii, 11 uuuub up run dow n people iu a short time. M I-O-NA costs 50 cents a large-box. t ROGERS. Mcr. Will C9W.cil and Will Cole ajre c'earing tip iaew gioutid this week. j Prof. S. M. Morris is teaching a sing ing school at Clayton. Mrs. Fannie Tull and her son, Mitch eK, visited Mrs. Burt Hawkins near here, S:turday. . r. and Mrs. Cheatham Glover were in knion uity Minaay visiting their daughter, Miss Birdie, who has been very sick S. F.VRives marketed1 threelarge joftd? Of t'Otterx ftt Hickman, rweiving $4.55 perlitttiiirVd, It w as the last of his 1910 crop, Born to (Mr. and Mrs. Ben JIcMuHry, a baby daughter last Thursday James Pei:dleton, of near Protemus, visited out school Monday. "At Henry Alexander's there was a party and at Buster Hawkins' a musical, both on Saturday night. 4 There will be preaching at the school- house Sunday, also at Reel foot. , Every body cordially invited. reporter. iS-l.OO. For .information regarding fares, luno of trains, etc., apply to nearest Jtckei Agent, Morale & Ohio Railroad, or (i. E, Allen, Trav, Pass. Agt., Jack, son, Tenu. ' posit of ticket aud payment of fee of dora, of UJr st.tended .eervices- here Sunday. - ' v '7 . , .. : r pfof, Wiepficrcf,' who Is principal 'of the school at Cobbs Chapel,' was a vis itor hero Sunday. . . . " ' . The Junior Endeavor will conduct a bazaar" M tliehome of Rev. T. P.-Pressly iji xt V.i't'dnesday night. , ' Jfr,'" Price Cloar left Sunday for Clear water, FJa., to join his, wife, who has been spending several weeks with her parents there. , .' Mrs. Lucy Walton has returned homo ufter a pleasant visit with her nephew, Mr, Ed Crenshaw, of Union City, and with ber brother, Mr. John Head, of Moffatt. Mr. C. J. Wright, of Springfield, Mo., has been spending several days with friends and relatives in Tennessee. His many Trojan friends were glad to euter- tain him one day and night.! Our only To Miss Volla Taylor. Min. Emma Calhoun, W, N. Calhoun, Ewing Calhoun, Mrs, Sallie Parsons and her husband, George Parsons, - . ' VS. - .'..' ' , . ; '" . '";, Volla Tiij(lor and her regular guardian, S. F. Howard, defendants. '", ' In thejjounty Com-t of Obion County, Tenn., Ufore the lion. A. J. Law son, County .Judge. ' f' Iu th'is cause, it appearing from fhe ' ntfuJuvit to the liill that the defehdint, Volla Taylor, is ft non-resident oftiie Jtate, she is therefore hereby required to appear on or before the first Monday in March, 1911, before the Clerk of said Court at his oflice in Union City, Tenn., and make defence to the bill filed against her t n1. in saiil Court, bv Mrs. Eiiimii Calhoun et ah, or the bill will bo tak-" was his short stay with us. for confessed. It is further orde, that this notice be published for f' consecutive Weeks in The Union C Commercial. This January 20, 1011. (45- C. S. Tau.ey, Clerk. F. J. Smith, Solicitor for Petitionci Rings, brooches. bags, umbrellas, pins- diamonds Call and get prices.Ben DivlSilt Valentines at Caldwell's Bodk Store I c to $10. Come buy before they are picked over. A call for 150 brings the coal wagon Union City Ice & Coal Co. "' V. ' U.D.C. , The" John' B. Gordon Chapter, U. D. C, met in regular session Thursday at the home of Mrs. E. N. Church. Some business matters were concluded, after which a delightful social hour fol lowed, Mrs. Church served delicious refreshments, ' WOODLAND MILLS. .'.'"Eunice and Minnie Dale Burrus speut Wets, shopping 1 Saturday and bunday with Mozelle Brar field. : -. ; : ., . Mr. Bret Prather will start the Luiiti "trig of his new home on a strip of the Krt'rf farm that he bought. Mis Vonnie King, Allie Dee Cur lin, Fannie Dale Brasfield, Dee Lancas ter and a few" other friends spent Sun day with Mrs. X W, Prather;. Mr. J. J. Burrus' broom' factory has begun operation and he Is selling brooms as fast as he can make them'. Mrs. D. C. Corum and Mrs'. Swan Burrus, of Hickman, were visiting fefa lives here. There will only be a six months' school here this year. . . "Cured Neuralgia Pain CAMPGROUND. Barnes made a business trip to , ty Thursday. V' : Wf i)t I. Mmumty 5 , . a nun Mrs Non-Resi-J-"' ... Ella Cloar vs. John Cloar Olinncrrv Point In the above s to the Clerk and J of complaint, wl defendant, John I of the State of '1 ' of the State of t nary process of ) on him. I O-jf before the First Mon that being a rV l Oh a ncery Coti rt , th" said bill or tl '(infps.-(l bv r-JS C2rt .writing 1 1 to you that I had a neuralgia-pain in my arm for five years,, and I used your Liniment for one week and was completely Cured. I recommend your : Liniment very highly." MRS. J. McGraw, i 2 i 6 Mandeville St., New Orleans, La. Cured Quinsy Sore Throat Mr. Hesrt L. Caulk, of ' U4J Wilson St., W'ilmingtoni De, writes : "I bought a bot i.4le of Sloan's Liniment for the uii Vy sore throat and it cured e-Al shall always' keep z !' v"n the house."4 It ttiereloif sail I dofendan'. jXSfiMS; . . set for hearing exi It is further on of this notice be I u, i . nw, m n i-i IV i Jpv instant relief irom rheu "vsm, lumba- l...f r: 1 it ; 1 -ica,neu-" .croup, t, ton- in Obion County, 'Mint consecutive weks. Ji This February' i, 1911. Clerk atv f By Geo. A. Gums, Jr. A, J. Harpole, Solicitor ant. - " " "' ' - -( Call 150 and get your coal and w.' Unii-ii City Jpy Coal Co. arse- chest Txwib on 1 1 r y seut tires 1 S. Sloan, I ' Katsi., V. 8. A. 1 PI I ; HARPERS VALLEY. II A. Tune made a business trip to town Monday. Mr. Jack Byrns is on the sick list this week. - D. L. Vaden has a well developed case of measles at his house. Several from this vicinity attended the funeral of Dr. W. V. Holloway in Union City Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Fount Holloway visited homefolks Saturday night. Messrs. T. J. Vaden and Andrew Wheeler are in Kenton on business this week. . Miss Lntie Shipp was the guest at the home of Mr. Will Houser Thursday night.- ' Miss Mary Moore began her school at the Dr. Holloway schoolhouse Tues day morning. Messrs. W. V. Carter and R. L. Har per are on a hunting spree. FARM FOR SALE 285 acres, all cleared but 20 acres, SO in clover, 25 in grass, 00 in wheat. All this farm will average one bale of cotton per acre and has averaged 35 bushels of wheat per acre. One house worth painted tl.SOOtwo large stock barns j worth If 4, 000, good pipe well, under-1 ground tank, water in the house. Will j sell for $8,000 cash and $ 12,000 insmr-1 ance money at 5 per cent and nine! more vears to run. Lies 6 miles east j of Halls, Term., and in Dyer County, as. handy and healthy a home as can be. j If (liis isn't gK.n deal, why? " Sell your farm for 1140 or SloO per acre and buy this farm fur $03.00 per icre. This farm will net you 20.00j per acre profit; that is one-half the crop.. your floO lana only nets you 5 barrels . i ' . , . dh.Y t 1 oi corn io your pan, wnieu is ?iu.vu, and by taking out 5 per cent interest on $150, or land, you have 2.50 per acre left for your profit. Come let me prove this to yoir for your own good. I also have three black jacks and one j good stallion for sale. This deal is to be made at once. Write me. U. O. PARHISH, Terrell, Tenn. , Route 1. Pi7 Your Ei'9 on Onion Guy s RlkV ilou OnnrJ Ho-Wear Everything for Men, Women and Children... ' Our Nw Ladies', Misses' and Children's Ready-to-Wear Department Offering the" most stylish and dependable merchandise ever shown in this section will soon be ready for your in- sp'ection, as large shipments from St. Louis, Chicago and the eastern markets are ar , riving daily. , . . ...;". .. . . 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