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Local and Personal
W. C. llonea Tiano Co. will give a
Grand Opening and Musical Concert
Friday Evening, May 3, beginning
eight p. m.
Everybody extended a cordial invita
tion. Come and enjoy a social good
time and hear some fine music.
Mrs. Floy Heiley is visiting Mrs. Bob
Burch.
Mr. Allen Rawlinson is hero from
Fulton this week.
Wedding Cards -Dietzel Bros.
Dr. Mit Parks, of Tiptonville, was in
the city last week.
Mrs. Ownby, of Martin, was a visitor
in the city Saturday.
Martin bread received every day at
Blewer s Cafe.
Mrs. Taylor, of Hickman, was a vis
itor in the city Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Parson's, ! Nashville,
were in the city Tuesday.
Drink PLEZOL, the New Drink
It's healthful and invigorating.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Dickerson, of near
Hives, were in town Thursday.
ItilS. EJ Powell, of iiUMI' CitJoCCilt, WiiS
a shopper in the city last week.
Oil Cook Stove. Nailling-Keiscr Hard.
nre Co.
Mr. N. A. Bryan and sou, Norbert,
were in town Saturday on business.
Miss Ruth Crenshaw baa returned
from a visit to her sister in Memphis.
Call 150 and get your coal and wood.
Union City Ice & Coal Co.
Mrs. W. E. Hudgins and little son
Lave returned from a visit to Nashville.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bell, of Number
Seven, were in town shopping last Fri
day. '
Telephone Union City Ice & Coal Co.
when you want coal right now.
Artist Ford, of Paducah, was the
Kuest of hist aunt,jMrs. I. Y, Lane.Fri
iffiy. , '
Wood. Taylor and Raymond Mitchell,
wf Memphis, were visitors here last
week.
Nailling-Keiaer Hardware Co. have those
Perfection Oil Cook Stoves. .
' Miss Rebecca' McKinnis in -the guest
of Misses Dessie and Maud Nichols this
week, ''
Chief Pardue reports this week six
arrests and $1)0 in fines and more to
route. . .
DAlINJvE'S CREAM BREAD a
mark for imitators.
Mft. Q. E.' Phebus was the Monday
guest of Mrs. Fonzo White on Lilac
street.
Mrs. ' Brummol is visiting her old
neighbors and friends on Lilac street
this week.
You've tried the rest, now try the
best Jersey Cream Flour. '
Mrs. Joyner, of the Beech neighbor
hood, is with her daughter on Pierce
and Lee streets.
Messrs. Akin and Rice, accompanied
by Misses Nichols and McKinnis, visited
.Hickman Sunday.
Say! What about a buggyf Go to
Nailling-Keiscr Hardware Co.
Rev. J. L. Hudgins, editor of the
Cumberland Presbyterian, was a visitor
in the city Saturday. T
Mih's Seine, of Kenton, was here Sat
urday, the guest of Mrs. Harrison on
Ury and Harrison streets.
Perfection Oil Cook Stoves. 1 Nailling
Keiser Hardware Co.
Miss Margaret Morton, new stationed
. at Trenton, was at home Sunday visit
ing her mother and family.
' Mesdames Sanders and Atkins, of
1 Kenton, are with Mrs. E. C. Curlin on
West Church street as visitors this week.
Call on Trudie Pardue at Dietzel
Bros, if you want the latest and best in
millinery.
Mrs. W. P. Morton and mother,
Mrs. Easterwood, of Okmulgee, Okla.,
are iu . the city visiting relatives and
friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Pitzer have purchased
the Robey residence on South Home
street, One of the handsomest locations
in (ho city.
Oliver's Rod Cross Drug Store, sells
"UERMOL." Try a 50 cent bottle, and
make life worth living.
- Prof. (. ' L. Weaks, wife and son,
D.irrcl, who have been visiting in Rob-
ertson County the past two weeks, have
returned homo.
Mrs. OUie Russell aud little son,
Ji.hii A., l..ne returned home from a
visit to their grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. A Nichols, of Number Seven.
Perfection Oil Cook Stoves at Naillirtg
Keiscr ilirjware Co.'s.
Mis. Willi Efiporso.if Memphis,
v;v.i in the- t-iiy thii week visiting Mrs.
.1. C. Reynolds at the Palace Hold just
b fs-r! loavinjf for her summer home at
Weavervi!U N. C.
Mrs. Glenn Davis and little son
James, are visiting the home, of Mrs,
Davis' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler,
west of Union City, for a few week?.
Editor Sexton, of the Hickman Cour
ier, waa in the city Sunday, coming
here to meet Mrs. Sexton, who was
returning home from a visit to Missouri.
Buggies, the best line I ever saw, at
Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co.
M isses Rebecca McKinnis, Nell Taylor,
Dessie and Maude Nichlos, accompa
nied by Mr. Rico and Fletcher Akin,
spent the day in Hickman last Sunday.
Rev D. S. Briukley and Mr. Pete
Heppner went to Brownsville Monday
to attend the West Tennessee Sunday
School Convention of the Baptist
Church.
Lawn Mowers. Nailling-Keiser Hard
ware Co. "
Miss Albany Sanford. a talented
young woman of Columbus, Ky., has
accepted a position as demonstrator of
music at the store of the W. C. Honea
Piano Co.
F. M. Honea, of Houston, Tex,, is
in the city visiting at the homeof his
brother, W. C. Honea. . He is an ex
perienced contractor and builder and
will probably locate in this city.
Use Dahnke-Walker Milling Co. Jer
sey Cream Flour, a home product and
guaranteed. '
Mr. Morris Beasley, of Cayce, Ky.,
was in the city Friday, paying us a
friendly call. Mr. Beasly has charge of
the Edwards farm, and is one of the
best agriculturists in the country.
Mr. Fletcher Tate is now connected
with the Maury Cole Coffee Co., Mem
phis, as traveling salesman. Mr. Tate
is a most excellent young man and has
the West Tennessee territory arid other
sections to travel in. We that trust that
ho will meet the best of success. "',
You want CLEAN bread. Then ask
for DAHNKE'S wrapped in GERM and
DUST-PROOF WRAPPERS.
Mrs. J. C. Reynolds, accompanied by
her son Clarence, and grandchildren,
Charley Hill and Margaret, left this
week on Wednesday for Weaverville,
N. C, the Reynolds summer home in
the mountains, where they will be lo
cated until October.'
y'GERMOL" aids nature to digest-
builds up the system, and restores lost
appetite. For sale at Oliver's Red Cross
Drug Store, ' .-.'.
Esq. 8. F. Howard, W. P. Davis, J.
L. Mosier and Judge W. H. Swiggart
were in Hickman Sunday meeting the
distinguished gentlemen, Hons. Luke
Lea, Ohio James, Finis J. Garreit and
the engineers from Washington City
who carne down to look at the levees
with the view of making recommenda
tions to Congress on lehalf of the citi
zens of that locality.
Don't buy your new hats, ladies,
until you have seen the line kept by
Trudie Pardue at Dietzel Bros. Jewelry
Store. Special offerings in selection of
shapes, trimmings and drapery and the
most competent assistants in the trim
ming department.
Mr. Paine Biafisford send, us the
wherewith and asks us to forward the
"mugwump" to Kerrville, Texas. Mr
and Mrs. Bransford have been located
in San Antonio since going to Texas,
and will be in Kerrville in the future,
where Mrs. J. A. Whipple has been
spondinf the winter. The Commercial
acknowledges the compliment and sends
greetings to the Texas friends, wishing
them good health and the smiles of
Fortunatus.
WHY WOMEN SUFFER
Masy Union City Women ake Learn
i kg tiik Cure.
Women often suffer, not knowing the
cause. ' . . " ': . v v
Backache, headache, dizziness, ner
vousness. , .
Irregular urinary passages, weakness,
languor
Each a seeming torture of itself.
Together tell of weakened kidneys.
Strike at the root get to the cause.
Quickly give the help the kidneys
need.
No remedy endorsed like Doan's
Kidney Pills.
Recommended by thousands
Endorsed at home.
Here's convincing proof from a Union
City citizen.
Mrs. W. !I. '"", Floriik St.,
Union City, Tenn., says: 'I had weak
kidneys aud the kidney secretions caused
me a great deal of annoyance. Back
ache also bothered me. . Doan's Kid
ney Pills gave me entire relief from these
troubles and as I have had no cause for
complaint since, I willingly endorse this
remedy."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50c.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York,
solo agents for the United States.
Remember' the name Dorm's and
take no other.
MADAM GRACE CORSETS-You will find that
they will give you correct form and comfort
SILK KOSE TOR 25c
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To you who have decided, but have not
bought, and to the intending buyer, who has
not yet selected: You will find our Ready-
to-Wear Department in complete readiness.
Silk Dresses, Linen Cream Serge, "Bedford .Cords and Lingerie
Gowns in the loveliest styles imaginable. Each garment pos
sesses individuality not to be found in any garment. . . . . . .
Lace Blouses I Underwear
, , r i o ii i f n Silk Petticoats, Princess Slip House Gowns, Kimo
In beautiful Russian models combinations of Cluney, nag Dress; Sacques. Gowns and Corset Covers in
Oriental and Filet Laces. Crepe de Chine.
New Waists Laces
For Spring, exhibiting Paris ideas, in plain and trim- uThk sto,i?f hfl a wonderful line of Laces, in
j -ii i j? . j -i . i- Macrame White and Lcru Cluney, Cotton and Linen,
med silks, plain and tancy-tnmmed voiles; cotton, linen r.. , c, , , p., J , - , . AI1
j ii cl' j.i ' . . j . T' Y:. rilet and bhadow Laces. Ldges, band3 and Allovers
and suk bhirts, and the most up-to-date 1 le-on Waists , 6
- to match.
Silk Department Suits
BRIMFUL 1 Do not fail to see our $10.00, $12.50, $15.00, $16.50
, and $18.00 Suits, in cream serges and' fancy-weaves.
Messaline, Taffeta, Foulards and Habiti Messaline Petticoats, black and colors, at $1.98, ,
'mart and Stylish Creations in Millinery
Ripe with novelty and alive with color; all that is new and critically correct you
will find in our showroom. It is individuality that has given us the largest Millin
ery business in the city. Every hat we show has an authoritative style. ;
MISS SALLIE NORMAN
Is in charge of our Millinery Department.
. T. .'CURLIN.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Mrs. Borryhill, Editor.
Telephone HO. Kindly report as early as con
venient. .
Tbe Wednesday Club was entertained
last week at the country home of Mrs.
Ben Herring Wednesday afternoon. A
covered wagon was sent for most of the
town guests owing to the threatening
looks of the weather. The reception
rooms were decorated with sprays of
red-bud, apple blossom and cherry
branches and big open wood fires added
to the attractiveness of the setting.
Bridge was played at five tables, Miss
Annie Lewis Jackson winning the first
prize: A beaten-brass card receiver.
Mrs. Bob Whipple cut the consolation
favor: A brass bridge score holder.
The refreshments consisted of pimento
sandwiches, pineapple and vegetable
salad and coffees. ,
Brave Major Archie Butt, J. J. Astor,
tbe grand old captain of the Titanic
Stead, Straus, Millet and all those other
gentlemen who saw their wives and
women companions into the life boats,,
and then went down with that mighty
ocean-liner iuto two miles of water were
men trained from the cradle in all the
graces of gallantry and refinement and
were men who were of great use iu their
walks of life. There is something es
pecially sad in the death of Col. Astor,
tender and devoted to bis lovely young
wife, and of whom there had been such
unkind criticism. Major Butt was the
most popular bachelor in Washington
society and was said to have been en
gaged to one of the most beautiful
young women in the South. The loss
of the millions in jewels, around whose
vaults the sharp-nosed sharks are now
drifting, is nothing to compare with the
loss of unselfish lives. Henry B. Har
ris, partner and chum of Geo. Cuban,
??."! or-" of ones 10 remain on w
doomed vessel, his wife, a popular mus
ical comedy actress, staid with him.
Hudgens-WarterfieU.
Mr. and Mrs. William MeKendree
Warterticid of Nashville have announc
ed the engagement of tliesr daughter.
Iludgons of Honea Path, South Caro
lina. This interesting wedding will be
sti?enu)i.'.ed Wednesday evening, June
10, at 8 o'ct.v at the Belinout Met ho
dixt cliureh in Nashville. Miss Warier-
field is popular bere, her former home,
where she is admired for her refined
sweetness and beauty. Miss Genevieve
Nailling will serve as one of the bridal
attendants.
Mrs. Fred Dahnke gave a card party
Thursday in honor of the Thursday Af
ternoon Club. The guest list waa hand
ed to members of this club exclusively.
Five, hundred was played at six tables,
Miss Bess Beck winning the club prize,
Miss Katie Morris cutting the consola
tion, the visitors' favor going to Mrs.
Ben Capell, who was the guest of her
parents several days last week. Each
of the. prizes waa a box of silk stock
ings. A luncheon of salads, ices and
coffees was served on the tables after
the game. Before and during the game
frnit punch was served by Misses Ruth
Crenshaw alid Bess Glasscock. Mrs.
Dahnke was assisted in receiving by
her cousin, Miss Margaret Watson.
Flint-Nichols. ' -L
The marriage of Miss Emma Nichols,
of Troy, Tenn.. to Dr. B. Flint, of
Wingo, was solemnized this afternoon
at 3 o'clock in the parlors of the New
Meadows Hotel,- Rev. W, H. Trice,
pastor of the Church of Christ at Union
City, officiating. ,
The bride is a most talented and
beautiful young woman and a social
favorite in her home town, Troy. She
was accompanied to this city by a num
ber of relatives and close frieuds, among
them being: Mesdatues A. E. Nichols
and Wm. Stewart, and Dr. and Mrs.
W. F. Roberts, of Troy.
" Dr. Flint is a prominent citizen of
Wingo and enjoys a large practice.
The newlyweds expect to leave for
Wingo this evening. We join the host
of friends of the contracting parties in
wishing for them a life of happiness.
Fulton Leader,
Rainey-Rittenhouse.
Miss Fannie Rainey and Mr. Kitten
house, of this city, were married Sun
day afternoon at 2:30 A the Baptist
parsonage by Rev. Brink Icy, the pastor.
-The young people are popularly
Virginia, and Mr. Frank Hampton Known bere and many kind wishes at-
Ihey will be at home in
tend them.
Union City.
Willi every cake of Juvenile Snap at
15 cents we give a hs -l Talcum Pow
der. Caldwdl's Ikiok iMore.
V-
me Best Goods
Lowest Prices
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
COLD STORAGE MEATS
V PRODUCE FRUITS CANDIES
All guaranteed. Phone us a trial order. We, deliver.
No order too small. No order too large.
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Union City High School.
The graduating class this year con
sists of eleven, subject to success iiXhe
final examinations Pauline Barney,
Ruth Beeler, Annie Laurie Caldwell,
Lucilo Caldwell, Louise Dahnke, Lucile
Nagle, Myra Nash, Esielle Peepfes,
Smyth Gregory Allen, Charles Scott,
Seth Horsley.
' The class hoTiors ver? ft wr'!t- -Valedictorian,
Louise Dahnke; Salutorian,
Ruth Beeler.
The honors of valedictorian were award
ed to the pupils winning the highest
standings on the required wik in the
required lime. '
The salutorian honors were given to
tbe pupil attaining the next highest
standings. .. - " '. ''
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The following epfskcrs and subjects
will appear on com me ncemet: t " n iaL f ,
Thursday,. May 2o: Aim ;utd Attain,
8. O. Allen; Fortune and Endurance,
Seth Horsley; Force of Character,
Charles Scott; Return of the Gentlemen,
Pauline Barney; Growth of the South,'
Ruth Beeler;, Heroes of Every Dy Life,
A. L, Caldwell; Pagans vs. Christian
Religion, Lucile Caldwell; Woman of
H. S. Literature, Louise Dahnke; Es
sence of Education, Lucile Nagle; Popu
lar Favor, Myra Nash; Woman in P'i-i-Ufss,
Kstcllo Pcrplcs.: :
It is to be presumed that the gradu
ate write their own f-ays or oittion
ff themselves, hav ing h--i men on!) iu
technical rhetoric.
A prudent mother is always on thij
watch fy symptoms ( womii m hi r
children Paltlcs, he k of inii-rcst hi
plav, and pfevihni" - i1- t ! M'ird f..t
WHITE'S CREAM YKKMIH K
few di s f if thi cm i!. i,t it f!, lv j
an end to the woitriis and tl" t !it!-.i soou
ai-t-s tjaltirally.'- i'n" V '
N)!J by Oliver E'-.I ('.- - I-'m:' ;-'..
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