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Local and Personal
Rev.,Virtle Boston, of Maitin, was in
She citir Tuesday. ,
Call and sea Mrs. Arnn's ewo hats.
. Mr. Ed McAdoo, of Troy, was a vis
itor here Monday.
Felt mattresses, like feather beds, but
. better, al Home Furniture Co.
; Mrs. W. A. Smith, of Troy, was a
jpisilor in the city Saturday.
.A call for 150 brings the coal wagou
Union City Ice & Coal Co.
L. A. Smith aud son, of Troy, were
Jjusiness visitors here Saturday.
The season's popular styles in mil
linery can be seen at Mrs. Arnn's.
D. S. Cockrill, of Jackson, came up
Ibis week to cast his ballot in Union
If you want the best and cheapest,
use Bon Air coal Union City Ice &
Coal Company.
J. A. Killion, a good friend of Pro
lemus, was a business visitor here Mon-
Use Dahnke-Walker Milling Co. Jer.
sey Cream Flour, a home product and
Dr. J. M. Eippy came home this week
to cast his ballot for Wilson and Mc
Jlillin. v
For good meat and fresh vegetables,
try Jernigan & Stephens. Fhone 567.
We deliver.
Mr. Wallace Moffett, of Humboldt,
was a voter here in his home district
Whitesell Harpole has been trying
far some time to please you. ' Give him
a chance. Call 9U.
Chicago News: The more a woman's
photograph doesn't resemble her the
better she likes it.
See T. R. Reynolds at the Union City
lumber Co. for all kinds of building
Geo. L. Porter came in Tuesday to
vote for the most popular candidate for
president of the United States.
Hot blast heaters, best in th
-world, at Wehman's.
John J. Cherry, of Nashville, was
here this week enjoying the liberty of
an American freeman at the ballot box.
All the best in standard styles and
shades aud novelties at Mrs. Arnn's
millinery store. ..
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hinemon and
family have moved from Morrell, re
luming to their former home in Arka
delphia, Ark.
Ask your grocer for DAHNKE'S
WRAPPED BREAD. He will charge
you no more for it. All the goodness
kept in all the dirt kept out.
Mrs. Cordie Garth was a visitor in
Troy this week. She attended a birth
day parly tendered to her sister, Mrs.
J. R. Moffatt.
Morris Block, near the Methodist
Church, Main street. That's the place.
Now's the time. Tenderimeat at living
prices. Phone 567.
H. F. Bynum.of Gadsden, in charge
of the public school at that place, came
home this week to cast his vote in the
general election.
Every thtng is being done to please you
at Home Furniture Co.
Mrs. S. H. Tombs, of the vicinity
south of Troy, was a visitor and shop
per in the city Saturday, paying our
office a pleasant call.
Nailling-Keiser has the heating stove
that will suit you.
The popular salesmen, John George,
Jeff Littleton and Chas. Denham, were
.all here this week to cast their ballots
in the November election.
- We are offering everything to beautify
Ahe home. Home Furniture Co.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Jones, of Mur-
jphysboro, 111., were in the city and coun
ty this week visiting relatives and friends
The visitors had just returned from a
Jtrip South.
You've tried the rest, now try the
bast Jersey Cream Flour.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bowman aud fam
ily, who have been located tor some
time on Palmer street, have moved and
located in Nashville. Kind wishes are
tendered. '
Mrs. G. W. Phillips, of Vidalia, Ga.,
was in the city this week visiting Mrs,
W. S. Jackson. From here she went
to Fulton and thence to St. Louis to
visit relatives and friends. .
Do vou want a heating stove? Go to
Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Caut Jackson and baby,
f New' Mexico, are in the city visiting
the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. F. How
ard and will spend a few days in the
country with relatives and friends.
Buy your heating stove from
Wehman and you will get one
that will keep you warm and
.save fuel.
G. W.-Sturgis and family, for many
years citizens of Obion County near
Troy, and one of the best families of
the county, have moved to Martin. We
tender them our kindest wishes.
Carnations and Chrysanthemums on
sale to-morrow at Bransford & Andrews.
The many friends of MissOIHe Threl-
keld will be glad to know that she is
again located at Durant, Miss., in charge
of one of the leading millinery branches
of Durante biggest mercantile houses.
Don't lose your hogs when
they can be cured. Snoddy's
Remedy for sale at WEH-
Judge F, W. Moore came down from
Nashville this week to cast his vote in
the election. His little granddaughter, I
Miss Imogene Jones, will return with
him to join Mrs. Moore at the Tulane
Hotel. .
It's too late to laugh at germs. That
day has gone by and there is no medium
more deadly than the common HOUSE
is wrapped in GERM-PROOF WRAP
Mr. Joseph Robert writes us an inter
esting letter from Mena, Ark., and says
that he cannot very well do without The
Commercial in his home at Mena. Mr.
Robert is conducting a bottling plant, i
and from his letter we take it that he
has one of the most successful enter
prises of the place.
See the line of heating stoves
at Wehman's before buying,
buy one; cold weather is com
Church Notice.
Rev. J. M. Stafford will preach at the
Presbyterian Church, North First street,
next Sabbath, tho 10th mst. Public
cordially invited to attend.
PoHnt Unco for LADIES and MISSES
UtiUGl IIUOC Linen Knee, Heel and Toe
Silk Messaline Petticoats St $1.75
Our Suit Department is showing: a charming collection of
exclusive new models which portray the latest ideas of
most distinguished artists. They are accepted styles for
the fall. . . .' . . . . . . . .
Meeting at the Baptist Church.
Rev. Fleetwood Ball, of Lexington,
Tenn., is assisting Rev. D. S. Brinkley
in a meeting at the Baptist Church this
week. There are two daily services and
a considerable amount of interest with
good audiences and several converts.
Marriage Licenses.
. John Dumas and Georgie Wells.
Geo. Schoch and Lizzie Gilhooly.
Esau Morton and Mabel Sims.
W. R. Wilson and Ruby Vaughn.
C. L. Otie and Telie Rust,
M. G. Shetlield and Margaret Bryant.
John Bennett and Myrtle Langley.
J. L. O'Guinu and Casey Edwards.
Jesse McKenzie and Idella Smith.
Robert Edwards and Lula Grooms.
Selmo Osburn and Mattie Johnson.
Thedron Wheeler and May Caldwell.
II. C. Felts and Mrs. M. L. Norman.
J. H. Church and Leona Evans.
B. B. Baker and Yettie Taylor.
Ben Burns and Effie Speed.'
We can furnish stylish wraps for child
ren, young ladies and women, at smaller
prices than ever before. Don't ask why,
but if you are skeptical come and see.
Our display oi new corsets for fall is
one that will appeal with particular in
terest to the well-gowned woman.
Large variety of corduroys and vel
veteens, satin charmeuse, crepe-de-chenes,
meteor crepe in black and col
ors. '
An advance showing of the latest
styles in suits, coats and dresses. We
are showing jacket and hat, coat and
hat to match. Johnnie coats, plain and
fancy backs.
Great as is the variety of our assortment in misses
apparel, we would rather dwell upon the exclusiveness
than upon the extent of that variety.
A nobby new skirt will piece out
your street wear until your new fall
gown is ready. It is an easy way to
settle the question of what to wear,
between seasons.
Real Estate Transfers.
H. B. Horner to T. N. Hailey, lot in
No. 13, $900.
W. W: Bishop to C. H. Cobb, five
lots in No. 13, $G50.
P. F. Brown and wife to E. M. Brown,
165 acres in No. 6, $3,975.
Mrs. Agnes Wilson to Dr. J. A. Self,
1 acre in No. 3, $75.
J. W. B. Carroll to Farmers and Mer
chants Co., lot in No. 11, $180.
J. W. Cole and wife to Mrs. Nannie
Beck, lot in No. 13, $1,375.
L. S. Parks et al. to J. D. Wrather,
lot in No. 13, $3,200.
J. W. B. Carroll to Jesse Thompson,
lot in No. 11, $G30.
J. J.. C. Bondurant to Arthur Scates,
lot in No. 13, $1,300.
A. J. Scates et al. to Stella S. Scates,
lot in No. 13, $500.
T. M. Ring et al. to J. N. Ruddle, lot
in No. 11, $550.
S. G. Latta and J. L. Mosier to Har
ris Parks, 100 acres in No. 9, $800.
O. Dircks to H. P. Moss et al., lot in
No. 13, $3,100.
W. S. Word and wife to R. S. Mat
thews, 9 acres in No. 6, $880.
W. T. Caldwell and wife to J. E.
Griffin, 62 acres in No. 6, $900.
Jas. W. Pressly and wife to Wm. J.
Kersey and wife, lot in No. 6, $575.
T. N. Hailey and wife to J. T. Roney,
20 acres in No. 12, $400.
Brack Hogan and wife to T. N. Hailey,
60 acres in No. "12, $750.
W. B. Hay to E. J. Hay, 62i acres
in No. 16, $300.
B. B. Brown to J. L. Glover, 80 acres
in No. 2, interest, $350.
K. N. Hepler and wife to J. L. Glover,
interest in 80 acres in No. 2, $450.
J. H. Sanders and wife to Henry A.
Moore, lot in No. 8, $600.
Mrs. Jane Dickey et al. to B. J. Wade
et al., 92 acres in No. 4, $8,000.
Hog cholera can be prevented
and cured by using Snoddy's
Remedy. For sale at WEH
. . c Our Autumn Millinery .
See our showing: of first tailored suit hats. There never
was such an aggregation of smart, uptodate hats, each
one vieing with the other in style and beauty
Our untrimmed hats are simply wonderful.
T. C.U
M. W. of A. Celebrate. ,
On Saturday Jast, Nov. 2, 1912, the
members of Bethel Camp, No. 13453,
celebrated their fourth anniversary and
report much success.
At a very early hour a large crowd
had gathered and by 10 o'clock the
building was filled beyond seating ca-
i itTi . J
pacity. Rev. Raymond unite onereu
the opening prayer. Mr. J. M. Bnce,
who was to extend a welcome to all
present, unfortunately was absent. The
speeches on Woodcraft were unexcelled
and weightily delivered by three of the
best speakers in the country State
Deputy J. S. Johnson, Nashville; Dis
trict Deputy Ben W. Carpenter, of Mar
tin, and Miss Hazel Manley, of Union
State Deputy Johnson expressed pleas
ure in feeling welcome among the peo
ple and assured them of the great re
ward in store for them. He dwelt for
a short time on the Woodmen Home
in Colorado, where the great white
p!ague is treated with the utmost skill.
In closing he extended to all a cordial
invitation to his home. Too much can
not be said for this generous man, who,
in a sometimes comical, sometimes sin
cere and tender way wins the hearts of
every one with whom he comes in con
tact. Deputy Carpenter, one of the best
men, as well as Woodmen, in the world,
clearly explained the change of rates,
etc., in a satisfactory manner. He paid
his compliments to the grumbler, the
curser and the non-appreciated knocker.
At the finish of this eloquent speech
Dr. liar Glover very gracefully marched
his troop of Woodmen in uniform to
the front and presented to their leader
as a token of their love and appreci
ation a very beautiful saber.
Miss Manley, in herusual charming
way, spoke on the grandeur of Modern
Woodcraft and its supporters. She ad
dressed the Woodmen fathers and the
young men, pointing Out to each and
every one the benefits and opportuni
ties open to him in .the great order.
Being heartily applauded at the cIobo of
her address, she very kindly gave a very
funny sketch of a young Yankee who
was very much in love, which proved a
source of delight to he audience. It
seems this girl, thovgh very young, is
destined to become a great lecturer as
well as writer, Gn Benton McMillin
having acknowl i in his reeeui
speech at Troy, he had at last met a
speaker greater than himself." I too
listened to her debate a well known sub
ject when only a small child, and though
some grown young men and women
supported the negative side, Bhe faced
them bravely and carried off the ribbon.
Glover Ferrell and his friends deserve
a mark of merit,, having made a great
hit with their quartette singing. Their
voices blend splendidly together, each
being a professional singer.
Miss Gertrude Walters, the well known
and appreciated expression teacher from
town, beautifully recited some comical
pieces to an attentive audience.
Grace Glover, Elaine Mitchell, Fay
Taylor, Emma Garrison and Mr. Waller
Caldwell gave excellent readings. -
The song by little Miss Bonnie Las
ley was very pleasing to all, and plenty
of good music was enjoyed throughout
the entire day.
Plenty of good dinner was spread and
served abundantly at noontime,
It was a great celebration.
Long live the Modern Woodmen of
Falling Hair and Scalp Itch. Oli
ver's Red Cross Drug Store is Au
thorized to Guarantee It.
They will do more: if after using two
bottles of N PARISIAN Sage you don't
think it is the finest and most delight
ful hair tonic and dressing you ever
used money back. Can you beat that
Young women who neglect their tem
ples grow old before their time. If your
hair is thinning at the timples; if it is
losing its natural color, fading or turn
ing gray, put your fai'-h in PARISIAN
Sage and you won't be disappointed.
Large bottles at 50 cents at Ooliver's
Red Cross Drug Store and dealers every
where. Girl with auburn hair on every
package. " advt
Take Notice.
We want 25 cars of all kinds
of scrap iron in the next 30 days,
also rags, bones, rubber and
brass. Will pay the highest
market prices for beef hides and
furs. Bring all your junk to us.
!t ' Shapiro-Vietel Co. -
LOANS on Improved Farm Lands
I am now in position to make loans on
improved farm lands in Obion County for a -term
of five years, interest payable semi
annually, drawing interest at 5 per cent.
Loans may be paid off in full or any part
thereof at any interest-paying period.
W. E. HUDGINS. Union City, Tenn. ' Office Pone 143, Residence 589
; We have just opened a nice kiln.
Can furnish any size order.
Also have Lime, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick and Concrete Blocks."
Always have pressed brick ia stock.
' Telephone 491 Established 1868
Pioneer Brick & Concrete Mfgrs.
The Commercial, One Dollar a Year
Attractive Clubbing- Rates

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