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IN THE NEW STORE
We want you to give us a call;
come in and inspect our merchan
dise. We have all the new up-to-date
Furnishings for gentlemen.
Clothing.
None can fit you better. We
have all onr clothes tailored by
the best tailors in the country and
we do not hesitate to guarantee
perfect fit in every suit we sell.
You don't have to take just what
you can get we give you just
what you want and make it to fit
you.
We carry in stock raincoats and
overcoats. We have the celebrat
ed Kenyon raincoats.
If you want a trunk, suit case or
hand bag, come and see our dis
play before you buy. Our prices
are right.
Shoes
We are ready to fit everybody.
"Hi e 1 r t i
run lines or shoes for ladies, men
and children. Give us a chance
to show you, whether you buy or
not.
Contributions to the Democratic cam
paign fund totaled $G78,3C4, according
to the statement of Treasurer Wells filed
in Washington.
WANTED Messenger boy, 15 years
old or over. Will teach him telegraphy
and pay the regular salary. Apply to
Postal Telegraph & Cable Co.
Social and Personal
Mrs. Berryhill, Editor.
Telephone 140. Kindly report as early as cod
venient.
Spook Party.
The lovely home of Mrs. Cato Davis
was thrown open to ,a Hallowe'en
spook party Wednesday evening.
The decorations of the house and
porches were attractive. Pumpkin
lanterns were used in lighting the en
trance and reception rooms and minia
ture black cats and witches were used
effectively. "
The ladies of the Leonidas Polk
Chapter were the hostesses of the oc
casion. Evening dress in the way of
sheets was the rule. A spook in a
sheet kept the entrance, and admitted
guests for the sum of 25 cents.
An interesting program was given
during tho evening, lovely refresh
ments were served and dancing and
other diversions enjoyed till a late
hour. Box office receipts go towards
defraying the monument debt.
Bridge Club.
Miss Bess Glasscock was the hostess
Wednesday afternoon of the Bridge
Club. Those present, besides regular
members, were Mrs. H. O. Head, Jr.,
Mrs. Payne Bransford, and Mrs. Frank
lin, of Nashville, sister of Mrs. Bob
Whipple whom she is visiting.
Mrs. Payne Bransford was score keep
er and received a pair of silk stockings
as a favor.
Mrs. Morris Miles won the high score
prize at cards, a pair of blue and white
bath towels. Mrs. Franklin cut the
consolation prize, a pair of white kid
evening gloves.
A grape-fruit salad and chocolate were
served. Mrs. Dick Edwards has the
club next Wednesday.
Last Thursday night, 24th, Mrs. J. L.
Fry gave a very interesting entertain
ment to the ladies of ihe city who for
merly lived in Kenton and their hus
bands. Two very unique features of
the evening were two type written sheets
of paper, on one a long list of let
ters arranged like separate words but in
a way that none of them spelled any
thing. The guests were to arrange the
letters to spell , some article in house
keeping. The other was "The Shirt
Waist Romance." A story in which
were blank places to he filled by using
some name or part of a shirt waist.
Now, if you think that's no job you
men try it. Both were very amusing j
and interesting. About 10:30 all were
invited into the dining room where a
most elegant supper was' served (not i
samples); it was a real, good, whole
some supper and Uncertainly was en
joyed. There was no trouble to supply
the vacant spaces there. The whole
affair was elegant. Those present were j
Dr. and Mrs. Blanton, W. J. and Mrs.
Davidson, Joe and Mrs. Rogers, Mrs.
Lucy Alexander, Samuel D. and Mrs.
Woosley. Mrs. Jpry formerly lived in
Kenton.
Heating stoves, any prico you want.
Naillmg-Keiser Hardware Uo.
Miss Nina Ward, of Rutherford, visit
ed friends here this week.
Mrs. Liza McMurry, of Glass, was
with her daughter, Mrs. Verna Hefley, j
this week.
Put a porous plaster on the chest and
take a good cough syrup internally if
you would treat a severe case of sore
lungs properly. Get the dollar size
BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP.
With each bottle there is a free HER-
RICK'S RED PEPPER POROUS
PLASTER for the chest. Sold by Oli
ver's Red Cross Drug Store.
Mr. Will Walton, one of the car
penters on the Grissom building, fell
from the top of the wall yesterday and
was badly crippled. He was taken to
Drs. Butler's and Blanton's offices and
his wounds dressed. It was found that
one arm and both legs were fractured.
f Cole's Original Hot
i Blast Heater
The cleanest, the easiest to care for. Users
of coal must remember that the ordinary
neater Is a big care to operate. That Its
smoke and ashes entail dusting, curtain wash
ing and carpet sweeping. Think then of the
easy operation and the cleanliness of Cole's
Hot Blast. -This neater has a guaranteed
smoke-proof feed door through which a cur
rent of air draws the smoke directly across
the top of the stove to the stove pipe, away
from the opening. Contrast this simple,
cleanly feed with the side door in an ordinary
beater. Side doors used on other Btoves per
mit the escape of dirty smoke, unpleasant
gases and accumulated soot drops from It.
If you over-fill a side door stove, coal falls
to the floor. The air-tight feature embodied
In Cole's Hot Blast Heater is an everlasting
advantage in its favor. Allow us to show you
this perfect beater before you buy. (R-lTi
Snoddy's Remedy will save
your hogs, For sale at WEH-MAN'S.
Farm for sale, V mile from
Union City. See. Cullie McRee.
Terms right.
Three Comfort
Coaxers
From the
Home Line
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Comfort,
Beauty
And every day wear are
what we are offering and
just the thing's to beauti
fy the home. V
down!
Rest yourself why not take it easy?
This is your best chance. These rockers will rest you.
Make your life longer. Sit down occasionally and relax;
it will benefit you. V .
$1.45 -Solid Oak Rockers-$1.45
Made of oak with continuous back post.
Has seven turned spindles in the backy
The arms are bent and bolted, like cut,
making a very strong construction.
Chair is finished golden oak, gloss and
has cobbler, seat, which will not split like wood.
It is comfortable, durable and a great big bargain
at the price. We "will sell only one to a
customer, as our supply is limited.
The chair- sells regularly at $2.50 and this
special price lasts only to Nov. 1 5.
You want a rocker, don't you?
We want your business.
Won't this get it ? "
Fair Furniture Co.
C. V. Jones, Mgr.
Next door to, post office.
, Scientific Embalming.
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Undertakers.
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Phone 99. Residence Phones 432 or 114
PICTURE FRAMING A SPECIALTY
RIVES.
Miss Aletha Bonner has returned from
Ridgely.
Cathon Bonner and mother were Tues
day visitors to Union City.
Miss Johnnie Gibson, of Henderson,
was a week-end guest of Miss Mabel
Warren. .
Ollie Dickey has purchased the resi
dence of Rev. Newt Bryson on Cald
well avenue. ..
Mrs. Luke Palmer, guest of relatives
south of town, returned to Wesson,
Miss., Saturday morning.
Miss Mabel Warren entertained Fri
day evening last in honor of Miss Gib
son, of Henderson, her guest.
Mrs. O. H. Clemmons has returned
from a few days' visit in Charleston,
Mo., guest of Mrs. Jennie Latimer.
Postmaster Griff Ilogan has moved
his family to the O. H. Clemmons resi
dence at the foot of Caldwell avenue.
Sabbath morning and evening, Eev.
Burroughs, of McKenzie, preached in
the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. "
E. C. Botts, of Paducah, and Mrs
Minerva ijotts, or Union Uity, were
week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. F,
Botts on Church street.
Mesdames W. L. Clemmons and Jas
McCaw were guests of Mrs. Jane Wade
in the country to meet Mrs. E. P. Lind
say, of Memphis, Monday.
Eev. E. P. Lindsay, since Tuesday,
has been here with his family in the
home of Mrs. Jane Wade. They re
turn to Memphis to-day (Friday).
Mrs. Knox Harper waa a week-end
! guest of her parents, Eev. and Mrs.
Gentry Eeynolds, Kenton. Eev. Bey
nolds delivered a temperance sermon at
the Christian Church last Sabbath and
Mrs. Harper assisted with the music,
singing the beautiful temperance song,
"Mother, I'll Vote Dry."
1 TVio W f! T TT worn nut Thursrlnv
afternoon in strong force, lne after
noon being chilly and the church not
j heated, Mrs. E. I. Phebus entertained
very cordially in her cozy home on
, I !. l C. , wrnA
i.y the delegates aud approved. The
-i i: call was answered by current say
ings at the -convention. Mrs. T. J. j
Bomfor brirfly liscussed the Counfy
received the names of eight i
J i-rs fos tbfe new uorgani-'
zation. Our union is signally honored
in having one of our members, Mrs. T,
J. Bonner as president of Obion County
Union.
FOR SALE OR RENT rNew 6-room
house on Morgan street with city water.
electric lights and bath. Good location,
high and dry. Near High School build
ing. Will sell cheap if sold at once.
See Third National Bank, Union City,
lenn. , 33-lt
A KITCHEN COMFORT
The oven of Cole"s Hot Blast Range will
bake six loaves of light bread with less fuel
than any range made. On account of the one
pieced Coleized Steel Fire Back and the Hot
Blast Combustion you can biike a batch of
light bread, using the fuel remaining after a
heavy meal or other work has been finished.
Light bread should be allowed to bake from
45 to 60 minutes. The beat -retained In the
heavy oven material, the hot blast combus
tion and the perfect control of the Are make
It possible for you to bake In Cole's Hot Blast
Range without the trouble of building an
extra Are and overheating yonr kitchen. Tho
oven can be heated quickly when required for
biscuits and other baking which require a
quick oven. Investigate this new Improved
range. Remember these Improvements are not
embodied in any other range at any price.
(R-65)
You want to see those Barler oil heat-"
ers at Nailfing-Keiser Hardware Co.
Will those who owe The Commercial
for subscription please let this remind
tjiem to send or come and pay up or
notify us whether or not they want the
paper continued. Please ffttend to this
while you think of it.
I have some good fence post for sale.
Call on J. F. C arpenter in town. .
32-4t Rice Wilson.
Skin On Fife ?
Just the mild, simple wash, the well
known D.D.D. Prescription for Eczema,
and the itch is gone.
A trial will prove it. '
We have sold other remedies for skin
trouble but none that we could guaran
tee as we can the D.D.D. : remedy. If
the first regular size $1.00 bottle does
not do exactly as we say) it will nob
cost you a cent.
Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store.'.
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WAGONS WAGONS
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We have only a few of the famous WEBER
WAGONS left. Wagons will not be carried in stock
by us after our present stock is. disposed of, and for
this reason we are selling wagons now at our actual
Cost. Only a very limited number left, and if you
desire to take advantage of this opportunity you should
do it now, for bur stock will last only a few days longer
at the astonishingly low pricey we are naming.
Come and talk with us any way; we will get you
interested.- J . v
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