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i Illy LytiiiU lllfi. UliiitMll ( 1 NOW j)M We have every sort of building and finishing lumber you re apt to need, including FRAMING, FLOORING, CEILIIiG, SIDIIIG Doers and Windows, Shinglas A visit to our yards will be appreciated. Come and inspect our stock for your own satisfaction. C.T. IVHoss fit- Co. Yards south of Presbyterian Church. . First Street, - UNION CITY, TEN N. You can depend on fa IF THEY ARE feters dTa:g::d bbai;d shoes MADS FQtt CO BY PETER5 SHOE CO. ST. LOUIS. Peters Slioei Co. f: J" .f '-"- Repairing:, too. Union City's Exclusive Shoe Store. assert gill roS( Real Estate Transfers. Seid Waddoll and wife to Maude Park, lot in Union City, $500. . Fieasie Burton to S. P. and W. T. Cutler, 150 acres in No. 9, $;500.,. Jas. E. Henshaw to V. T. and C. L. Harris, 17 acres in No. 2, 112.50.' " F. 0 Watts to II. B. Horner, lot in Union City, $725. W. P. Rogers to H. B. Horner, lot in Union City, $200. C. I. Reynolds to II. p. Horner, lot iu Union City, $3,000. . , , G. 15. White to II. B. Horner, lot in Union City, $900. Geo. E. Bowdon, trustee, to C. M. Ccbaslian, 9J acres in No. 8. 2,000. W. J. Brown and wife to Mrs. C. N. Curry, three lots in Obion, $050. ; J. A. Jackson to R. N. Jetton, 10 acrs in No. 0, $200. FT. C. Davidson to R. L. Johuson, 6 acres jn No. 9, fftOO. I). A. Peeler to Alice M. and Sail ie Belle Thomas, lot in Union City, $1,750. J. N. Tull to George W. Freeman, lot in No. 8, $12.50. II. M. Holmes to O. P. Foster, 2 a-i es in No. 54 $530. J. O. Parrish and wife to L. A. rJRHk.lt, 10 acres in No. 1G, $200. - J. (), Doran to Mrs." Velma Bailey, M ones iu No. 8, $3,900. ' C. T. Hinsou and wife to W. B. and 8. T. Young, 18 acres in No. 6, $1,098. Raymond E. White et al. to W, II. While, lot in Union City, $1,200. J. T. Johnon and wife to Joe E. Thomas, lot iu No. 8, $105. 11. J. Heatheot to Jack Sanders, 95 ws in No. 7, $7,200.- (). SpradSin and wifo to C' T. Lip jw, 1, 12t acres in No. 8, $1,700. J. B, Nethorland to J. D. Nanney, 50 in No. IB, $300. G. P. Fooler et al. to II. M." Holmes, interest in 510 acres in No. 5, $S30. 3. i.. r., Tm. E.- HmtRj. lot iii Union Ciiy, $753. W.3V. Morris and wife to S. A. Gibbs and wife, lot in No. 10, $000. O. A. Pavk'ion and wife, II. C. Davidson, J, L. Fuller and wife, O. W. Worky, J. A. Jackson and wife, G. W. Johnson and wife, II. C. Davidson etal. and T. '. N. Rice and wife to II. Malrtwy, 272 acres in No. 9, $7,50$. C. II." Maloney to L. '. Malouey, li ncics in No. 9, $950. - .. j Jif'vio Ijoxe ct al. tn Mrs. P. A.i OmnVl acres in N. $950. V.'H FdwunJ n'I M. Snr-ra to I'u. i :, ! , . I.. t iiy, $l,2tKj. Marriage Licenses. Otto Moss and Ilattie Fields. fl. E. Morgan and Eilie Wrilson. : B. B. Mason and Eula Williams. Will Burnett and Stella M. Aldridge. II. T. Douglas and Annie Greeu. O. D. Burton and Miss Upton. John Wain wright and Laura Maberry. George AVatson and Gladys Eggers. Tom Powell and Lonnie Johnson. Aubrey Felts and Orna Roberson. ' Alvin Jackson and Rubie Russell. COLOKED. Frank Bricks and Willie Ilensley. Isham Wade and Nanuie Dunnigan. Arthur King and Bettie Smith, Morris Houston and Ada White. Warren McDonald Camp, U. C. V., and Company E. First Regiment Re serves, C. V., arts hereby ordered to meet at Union City, Tenn., in the city hall on the first Monday in February, 1912, at 1 p. in. Business of importance both to the Camp and Company E in regard to their attendance at the" Con federate Reunion to be held at Macon, Georgia, 1912. s. By order of Captian Rice , A. Ross and Captian Jas. B. Harper, R. W. Powell, Adjutant. HAIR THAT FASCINATES. Who'Waxts Lustrous Hair Full of Like and Bkauty? Start now, madam. Now is jut the month to begin to acquire a glorious head of hair of which you will be just ly proud during the social events of winter time. If you haven't used PARISIAN SAGE you aren't on the high road to hair beauty. PARISIAN SAGE is the most delightful preparation that destroys the dandruff germs and by so doing re moves iu short time the cause of dan druff.' f:;iinr hair, itching scalp, faded and lifel'ws h;ur. Dandruff nWm are obstructionists; they prevent ihtJ hair from receiving its proper nourishment by ravenously devouring the sam? nourishment. Use PARISIAN SAGE for one week and note the wonderful improvement. Oli ver's Red Cross Drug Store guarantees it 50 ct nis a bottle. FOR Rent Modern, up-to-d ao res tnmnt buildintr, with plenty nice bed rooms; one oi best l-wations in this ;..!!. A"-'" IT B. Ilor- ij. i. : 43 if i Local and Personal Mrs. C. E. Travathan has returned from a visit to her daughter in St. Louis. Pupils' recital by Miss Elsie Tantier's class at Reynolds Opera House to-night. DAIINKE'S CREAM BREAD a mark for imitators. Mr. Percy Barbee, of Martin, was a visitor here this week on official busi ness. ' Mr. and Mrs. Golda Kelier are in the city visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Keller on Division street. Telephone Union City Ice & Coai Co. when you want coal right now. Miss Elsie Tanner's class in public re cital at Reynolds Opera House to-night should be largely attended. 0. P. Bishop returned to Union City this week after a short absence looking after his business interests. Call Metcalfe when in need of laundry or flowers. Phone 82. J. F. Darnell, of the vicinity of State Line, one of our good friends, was a visitor in the city Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Vaccaro, of Memphis, were in the city this week visiting the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Ligon. . - - You've tried the rest, now try the best Jersey Cream Flour. Mr. and Mrs. E. L, Reeves, of Tex- arkana, Ark. were in the city this week as visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Adams. Miss Eva Edmonds has returned to her home in Bradford, after two weeks visit to her aunt, Mrs. J. G. Mount, on West Third street. f " Union City Pressing Club, members $1 per mo. OverBeckham-Jones-Murphey. J. J. Roberts, of Mount Zion, who is almost entirely recovered from his opera tion for appendicitis, was in town Satur day looking hale and hearty, A. E. Pace, who has just recovered from an operation in a St. Louis hosital, was at home this week with his family with Mr. and Mrs. C P. Hardy. Use Dahnke-Walker Milling Co. Jer sey Cream Flour, a home product and guaranteed. ' Mrs. Chas. Gibbs and daughter, of Helena, Ark., were in the city this week visiting the homes of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Edwards and Mrs. John Bell. W. II. Gardner has been indisposed this week at home with a light attack of rheumatism. The friends of the gentle man hope he will soon bo out again. I You want CLEAN bread. Theii ask for DAIINKE'S wrapped in GERM and DUST-PROOF WRAPPERS. , Mr. Moss Johnson has been suffering with grip for two or three weeks, but is out again. His mother, Mrs. Johnson, is still confined to her bed with the grip. Mr. M. Glasscock and daughter, Miss Bessie, have returned from Texas, leav ing Mrs. Glasscock and little niece, Romona Dietzel, to remain indefinitely. Try Bellcamp's chocolates at O. B-. Blower's Cafe. .; Judge Smith, corner Church and Ury streels, has been very sick for some time and was very low last week, Mrs'. Smith has also been crippled from a fait. A pupils' recital will be given by Miss Elsie Tanner's class at Reynolds Opera House to-night. Come out and hear the young ladies in an interesting program. Will those who owe The Commercial for subscription please let this remind them to send or come and pay up of notify us whether or not they want the paper continued. Please attend to this while you think of it. W. J. Stai nes, one of the good citizens of Number Four and one of the fore most agriculturists of the county, was here Saturday looking after business and paid us a pleasant call. Mr. and Mrs. J- L. Forester, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Jackson, of Crockett, and Mr. Seth Dunlap, of Rives, were in the city this week visiting the home of Mr, and Mrs. W. II. Forester. Big Muddy washed nut coal is best for cooking.- -At Union City lee & Coal Co. Rev. and Mrs. J? L. lludgins, of Nash ville, were in the "city 'this week, re turning from Eldorado, TH , tbo minister buried his mother,' aged 73, who died from a short illness of pneu monia. The many friends of the good man in Union City tender sincere and heartfelt sympathy in this sorrow. Married. Mr. Aubrey Felts and Miss Oma Rob ertson, of Keutucky, were married in this city last Monday by Esq. II. S. Sa-f cii at his office on First street. Anti-l'byiiiin, nature's blood purifier, builds new cell life l.y osidUinff the tlJd and creating healthy , u -r fab by White & Ikmhai-. : HAMILTON L PARKS DEAD. One of the County's Most Substan tial Citizens Passes Away. The death of Mr. Hamilton L. Parks, Wednesday evening at 7:05 o'eX'k, cast a shadow upon the entire community. After a lingering illness of several months Mr. Turks passed away. Mr. Parks was ona of our county's most substantial and prominent citizens, having large laud interests both here and in West Tennessee, where he was reared. He was about 39 years of age and leaves a wife and five children, three girls and twoToys, a mother, one sister, two own brothers and two half brothers. His wife, Mrs. Annie Jones Parks, is the daughter of the late W. C. Jones, of this city, sister of Mr. J. D. Jones of Sycamore and Mrs. W. Ridings of this city. Mr. Parks' mother, Mrs. E. R. Dittmoro, of Dyersburg, Mrs. Frank Shephard, of Caruthersville, Mo.r Mr. Harris Parks, a prominent banker of Union City, Andrew Park, a farmer of Dyer County,, and Messrs. Oscar and Parker Dittmore, of Newbern, together with a large number of other relatives and a host of friends are left to mourn his untimely death. . Iu the last week of his illness his suf ferings were the most intense, but for several days prior to his death he was spared the reality of suffering in un conciousness. Waverly Democrat. Coal and wood delivered promptly by the Union City Ice & Coal Co. Lee's Birthday. The nineteenth of January was too much like all the other days since the new year was ushered in with the coldest weather known for years to allow many people from out of town to attend the celebration of Lee's birthday. Usually it is as well or better attended ,than any other Con federate celebration duriug the year, for not only is it the birthday of our favorite leader, but it is one of the two times when the crosses of honor may be distributed. ' In spite of the best efforts of the la dies, no speaker of note could be se cured for the occasion, so one of our own speakers, W. II. Swiggart, Jr., an exceedingly clever aud promising young lawyer, came to their rescue -and won honor for them and for himself many well deserved ecomiuml. At the close cf his speech, Rev. Adams, pastor of the Methodist 'Church, in a few well choseli w:ords, presented him, in the name of the Leonidas Polk Chapter, with a beautiful bouquet of carnations. Among the most enjoyable features of the 'occasion were two" selections given by Misses Rowland and Mr. Sanders, a violin, mandolin and piano trio, and a song given by Mrs, Carlton in her own particular charm and grace. At theconclusion of the program Rev. Stuart', . pastor" of the Christian Church, presented the crosses of Honor in a short, spirited talk, and the exerises were con cluded with prayer by Rev.-Adams. ' Piano Bargain. . A Haynes Upright, beautiful tone, in good conditiou, for $100 cash or negotiable notes. Address "C" in care of The Commercial. t : Ku-KIux Outfit Wanted. The Committee arranging the Confed erate quarters at the Carnegie library is very anxious to procure a Ku-Klux out fit and makes the request for one to be used in the Confederate room either through a donation or a loan. Miss Mary Lawson is a "member of the com mittee, and if any person has such an outfit she would be glad to hear from them. ; . - - ' Stevens For Senator. Dyersburg, Tenn., Jan. 20. Hon. Ike B. Stevens, of this city, announced to-day as a Democratic candidate for State Senator from this Senatorial Dis trict, composed of Dyer, Lauderdaloand Crockett Counties. Mr. Stevens is a member of one of the pioneer families of Dyer County. Although quite young, he has berome one of the leading at torneys in this section. Sheriff Exonerated. Hickman, Ky., Jan. 20. The trial of Dave Morgan of near this city was had Wednesday and yesterday, for perjury, and a verdict of not guilty yesterday afternoon by the jury. Mr. Morgan is a candidate for sheriff of this county, having made the race at the last election, and making the race again this time, and the trial was watched with much interest Mr. Morgan wss tried for perjury in the Patterson murder trial her last court, at which time Patterson was sent to the penitentiary. Patterson was brought from the penitentiary as witness in the esse. TRAVELING M E N WANTED talarv or rouimisMon. Call or addrpsst 'I'rcM.m -16, . Naillio": Building, Unk.n ; .ay, Ti ii-.i. -: 43if Keying tr far tie money ifcaa THE CADET KOSE. To - Start tiie New Year With Events JL jorry We have marked down without rd to former selling prices or the of ' all winter merchandise. During this Clearing Sale you can find odd lots and ends in Dress Goods, cotton and woolens, at One-Half Price. Our Suit Department. You will find that the regular prices have been slashed ruthlessly and you can buy fine suits for little money. Blankets. During the cold weather remember Curlin is giving bargains In Blankets and Quilts, ., White Goods. Just received new Spring line of Wash goods, in Percales, White Goods and Ginghams. New Embroidery just in. We have put on sale 5000 yards, worth 12c, 15c and 20c yard. 1Ap Your choice of widths at ..IvW Mo Remember THE AMERICAN BEAUTY CORSET for Fit and Comfort. . THe Best Goods L0W6lfri66 OUR MOTTO FOR 1912 FOR GROCERIES 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. X .JM'" iilH 4tm I ? 1 $ s v. 1 I ' 1 'i ' M s, '- u It J J 5 For the next Thirty Days you can buy One Dollar and Five Cents worthy anything-in our store for One Dollfjr-Chsh 1 iu Titi J'.ia-J M. ; Always Glad tct Scf v you 306 East Main St. " UNION CT x,c,x 421.