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Marjhall & Eaird, Union City, Tenn FRIDAY. AUGUST 8, 1913. Htiterd at the post office Rt Tnioo City.Tea- aa ftecoml-clawi matt mimer. J. R. Oliver, of the local Weather Observation Bureau, reports the tem perature at 1(C) degrees Wednesday and yesterday 107 in the shade, the hottest of the year. The oldest inhabitant says this is the hottest summer in Obion County's history. We are in receipt of the Tennessee Btate Fair Catalog, and it is ,a splendid sample of typographical excellence as well as an illustrated and descriptive edition of premiums and attractions for the fair. It ia complete in every way and worth a place in every Tennessee Lome. ' The Board of Mayor and Aldermen liave issued an ordinance providing for the cutting of weeds and cleaning up premises in the city. -The Legislature recently conferred upon the city of Un ion City the right to enforce by ordi nation liiis regulation, and the board is this week issuing the order in compli ance with same. There will soon be a liome-coming here, and we trust that citizens will not wait for further notice, but that it will be done voluntarily, and well done, so as to impress the many Btrangers and former citizens who will probably be here that we are not care less with our public thoroughfares and premises. Let's all cut the weeds and dean up. Special Premiums. Following is a list of special premiums for the Union City fair not included in the catalog, or not reported in time to be printed in the catalog: By Mrs. A. L. Brevard. For best crocheted bedspread. Premium, a fine Orpington rooster and two chickens. - v yr. sir j i HURSIMG MOTHERS particularly need the pre- digested nourishment in SCOTT'S EMULSION, ft create strength end rich, active blood. It Insures abundant nourishment and IteeDs m - 1 1 baby growing, K R. fit. Scott Vawms. Bitjon.ft.-Iij. N. J. 13-24 Social and Personal Mrs. Berryhill, Editor. Telephone 10. nient. Kindly report as early as con- On last Wednesday afternoon Mrs. J L. Montgomery entertained the younger set of youDg girls, honoring Miss Lorene Carter, of Tennessee, Mrs. Sam Mont gomery's house guest. The tables were arranged on the long porch and a jolly party enjoyed the popular game of rook. Punch, bonbons, ice cream and cake were faultlessly served. Green wood (Miss.) Commonwealth. Mrs. SiiXU MuiUi&ouifeiy toiiiuluttutn with a lawn party last Friday evening in honor of her little sister, Lorene Car ter, of Union City, Tenn. Mrs. E. M. Purcell and Mrs. Wm. Feteet served punch. Mrs. Sam Montgomery re ceived and Mrs. J. L. Montgomery ushered the little folks into the parlor where they registered, the little register book being a pretty souvenir for the honoree. The lawn was lighted with Japanese lanterns, and there were thirty two present. Among the out-of-town guests and visitors were Misses Imogene Faice, visiting Mrs, Garrard Barrett, and Anna Mary Sloan, the guest of Mrs Stroud. Progressive conversation and music were enjoyed until a late hour after which an ice course was served Greenwood (Miss.) Commonwealth. NEWS NOTES. picnicking. A neighborhood picnic was given in the vicinity of Hauser Valley last Sat- I ...'it. ni I - i i uiuajr, wnu vuiuuci vavruu no au uuu' ored guest. The Colonel is 95 and still able to enjoy these occasions with his . t,4 .; i i - i tt City. There are never any exceptions to good dinners in the Catron neighbor hood. They are as reliable as old- line insurance. That country has been famed for years for the genius, gener ; osity and hospitality of its people, and the picnio Friday was in keeping with . all such recurring events. ' George-Holly. iv Rev. G. J. Carman united' the lives of Mr. Billy George and Miss Rose Holly, the latter from Kentucky, at the parsonage last Saturday night, a Gretna Green, and sent them on their way rejoicing. In every home where there is a baby there should also be a bottle of McGEE'S i?ABY ELIXIR. It may be needed at any time to correct sour stomach, wind colic, diarrhoea or summer complaint. It is a wholesome remedy, contains no opium, morphine or injurious drug of any kind. Price 25c and 50c per bot tle. Sold by Oliver's Bed Cross Drug Store. ' . advt ' A rt wit Av wj rV r Miss Ethel Greer will chaperon a par ty bound for Bon Aqua Springs Mon day as follows: Miss Nina Loyd Wheel er, Miss Blanche Roberts, Miss Grace Caldwell and Miss Elaine Mitchell for a two weeks stay. Mrs. Boyce Howse was the hostess on the morning of August 5 of the Thursday afternoon card club. Five Hundred was played at six tables. Miss Minnie Beck was the charming hostess of a storm party on the 4th. Quite a number of the younger set en joyed her hospitality. Among the via- itor were Miss Fanchon Harrison and Mr. Emmet Cooper of Nashville. A party of picnickers, including Mr. and Mrs. Joe Prieto, Dr. Quails and brother, Miss Mary Leita Webster, Miss Ada Moffett, Mr. Jess Rogers, Mr. Mo Amis, Miss Constance Vowell and Mr, Ned Joyner enjoyed an outing at Obion River yesterday. v Miss Walters Entertained. Mrs. Murray Tulloss entertained at her home, 227 Hatton street, Thursday afternoon in honor of her sister, Miss Ruth Walters, of Union City. Rook was played at four tables. The refresh ments consisted of an ice course.- Jackson Sun. CALL ON US IF YOU WANT TO BUY, SELL OR RENT PROPERTY OR NEED Insurance of any kind We represent only the best Fire, Life, Accident and Tornado Insurance Com panies. 1 We will appreciate' your business. VJbilo Qiiinn Real Estate and Insurance Roberts-Jones. Mr. Herman D. Roberts and Miss Cammie S. Jones were united in mar riage Monday night by Rev. G. J. Car man at the home of the bride in the vicinity of Mount Zion. Special preparations were made for the weddrtig in the way of mural deco ration. The yard was lighted with Jap anese lnnterns. The little 'flower girls, Miss Jones and Miss Roberts, nieces of the bride and groom, marched with the bridal party from the house through the yard to a large arch of honey suckles. The path was decorated in white with wreaths of roses, called the (white way. The processional was by -7. Rev. G. J. Carman read the beautiful rites that united two of the community's very popular young people and two of the well known families. The bride was in white with bridal veil. . , A very large assembly of friends graced the occasion, including a host of relatives, and many valuable pres ents were received. - The bride and groom will reside in Jackson, Mr. Roberts being in the serv ice of the I. C. R. R. Co. Ices, salads and cakes were served. Calomel, calomel, you cannot stay, for LIV-VES-LAX has shown us an easier way. Ask OLIVER'S RED CROSS DRUG STORE. Secretary McAdoo has tentative!' de cided, to deposit Government fund for the movement of crops in fifty-nine Southern and Western cities. President Wilson took his first dt-cid-ed step in the policy through his pro posals to deal with Mexico by formally accepting the resignation of Anibassa-i dor Henry Lane Wilson, to take effect October 14, and sending to Mexico as his personal representative but not ac credited to the Hucrta Government former Gov. Lind, of Minnesota. Express companies in the United States are required by an order of the Interstate Commerce Commission to make sweeping reductions in their rates for a period of two years, beginning October 15, which, it is stated, will be made permanent, if the "experiment" shows the reduced rates to be "reason able." The delay in confirmation of the In dustrial Commission is given as due to opposition to Mrs. J. Borden Harriman and the disappointment of Senator Hoke I Smith over Barrett'B failure to land. Thurston Ballard, the Louisville member. - After a conference with Secretary McAdoo and Chairmen Owen and Glass, representatives of the National Citizens' League, expressed themselves as "par ticularly pleased at the attitude" of the men. who framed the Administration Currency Bill. . Sentences were imposed upon five members of the West Virginia Legisla ture, convicted of bribery in connec- tson with the election of a United States Senator. . I when you TO KJ!!"!3TH CAVE buy a Remington Typewriter It is not a question of your judgment only, or of ours; when you buy a Remington you are backed by the judgment of over three-quarters of a million Remington users. There is no other army of typewriter users like it. The collective voice of the typewriter using world says "Remington." You are backed in your judgment by Remington sales of a machine a minute the high water mark of typewriter production unanswerable evidence of Remington progress and Remington leader ship. ..'.". ' When you buy a Remington you know what you are getting. ... , Writt to us for our latest illustrated iUtt describing all mew improvements of r 10 and It visHle model August 27. Round trip, railroad fare i-3 '.! J. Board at Cave Hottl inc!udk;jr th several routes in the Cave forf;j.5t Making total cent for three diyn trip 110.40, going on regular train. Hum boldt 3:S3 p, 111. Milan 3.5(. p. m. Me Kenzie 4:45 p. 111. Paris 5 15 p. ni. Limit on tickets 10 days. Write or phone L. & N. Agent. 19-Iit Remington Typewriter Company (loeorsonttd) 162 MADISON AVE, MEMPHIS, TENN, 'ay Up dice ! XJniversity of Tennessee HEAD OP PUBLIC SCHOOL. SYSTEM Tuition Free to Men and Women tai,Atcri,IAru'En,tl,, Traveling Expenses Paid by State. LbanF"und; " sl7n!vment- ExneriSeS Low Law, Medicine, Pharmacy. Dentistry. - Writ for Catalog. BROWN AYRES, President. Knoxvtll If you owe us, the account is due August 1st, and. must be paid by August 10th. Co ackson o. TO AT Why be constipated when you can buy LIV-VER-LAX at OLIVE'ES RED CROSS DRUG STORE. BEYwfl UL7 II 1 mm Oh! you calomel, get out of the way and let LIV-VER-LAX do the work. Purely vegetable. Ask OLIVER'S RED CROSS DRUG STORE. OLIVER'8. RED CROSS DRUG STORE is headquarters for LIV-VER-LAX. Ask OLIVER'S RED CROSS DRUG STORE. Prices the Same: I5e and t0c V V - .DAHSKE S CREAM i.arkfor imitators. BREAD a Telephone 150 and get summer prices on 00 Am The best COAL sold on ti s 1 1 1 net From the Manofecturer to Your Home No dealers. No commission men. The oldest manufacturers in the Southwest. Endorsed by the best musicians With The STARR PIANO Manufacturing Co. TELEPHONE 505 Prices are cheaper now they will be next fall wm r. I ou will save by having us fill your coal bin now. than and money Union Gify 103 & Cczl Co. : Telephone IS0: ' DAY-. BROS. i 7H Fire, Accident ALL KINDS Life, Tornado Representing the Best Companies We write Both City and Farm Policies Your business solicited and will be appreciated. Oliver Drug Store. Call on us. Off) ce over C..C3 flrj 2si s Ft:r.3 8. Union City, Tenn. Chancery Land Sale. By virtue of a decree of the Chancery Court of Obion County, Tennessee, ia the case of Mrs. Martha A. Thomas tt als. vs. Hugh Jones et als., on MONDAY, THE FIRST DAY OF SEP TEMBER, 1913, i at about 2 o'clock p. m. at the east door of the courthouse ia Union City, Ten nessee, I will sell to the highest bidder on terms hercinbelow set out sevviiity five acres of land, situated in the Six teenth Civil District of Obion County, Tennessee, and bounded and described as follows! A fifty acre tract beginning at R. B. MilDer'g northwest corner at a stake, runs thence 73J poles east; theuce north 124 poles to a stake in Maynard's line; thence west 73J poles, and thence south 124 poles to the beginning, con tiniZgj; z?ty acres SajCuO luoo A twenty-five acre tract begins at a stake with white oak pointers at the southeast corner of the said fifty acre tract; runs thence east 72 poles to a stake; thence north 55 J poles to a stake ; thence west 69 1 poles to a stake, and thence south 55J poles to the beginning. Terms of sale: Said land will be sold on a credit of six and twelve months to the highest and best bidder, notes with good personal security drawing interest from date required. The purchaser of said land not to have possession until January 1, 1914, and to be liable for the taxes for 1914. A4ien retained on the land for further security. GEO. A. GIBBS, JR., 18-Sfc Clerk and Master. Non-Resident Notice. Mrs. Fannie Davidson Moss et als. vs. Josie Verhine et als. Chancery Court, Obion County, Ten nessee. In the above styled cause it appear ing to the Clerk and Master from the bill of complaint, which is sworn to, that the defendants, Josie Verhiue and her husband E. H. Verhine, Geo, Woods, Alfred Hughlett, Moses Hughlett, Mrs. Iva Bennett Roper and her husband Clyde Roper, Jim Gray, - Gray, T. M, Dix and wife Mrs. T, M. Dix and Nellie Gray Gordon and her husband Logan Gordon are non-residents of the State of Teanessee so that ordinary pro cess of law cannot be served upon them, it is therefore hereby ordered that the said above named defendants appear be fore the Clerk and Master of the Chan cery Court of Obion County, Tennessee, on or before the first Monday, of Septem ber, 1913, that being a regular rule day of said Chancery Court, and make defense to the said bill, or the same will be taken as confessed by them, and the said cause set for hearing ex parte as to them. It is further ordered that publication of this notice be made for four consecutive weeks in The Com mercial, a weekly newspaper published in Obion County, Tennessee. This July 31, 1913. GEO. A. GIBBS, JR., 18-4t Clerk and Master. V. E. Hudgins, Bol. forCompl't. Non-Resident Publication. J. D. McBride, administrator of J. C. Wilson, deceased, and Mrs. Sallie Wilson, .-' vs. '" Mrs. Valley Parker and her husband Abe Parker. In the County Court of Obion County, 1 en n., before the Hon. George E. Kenney, County Judge for Obion County, Tenn. In this cause it appearing from the petition, which is duly sworn to, that the defendants Mrs. Valley Parker and her husband Abe Parker are non residents of the State, they are there fore hereby required to appear on or before the hrat Monday in- Sep tember, 1913, before the Clerk of said Court at his ottici at the courthouse m Union Uity, Jeun., and make de fense to the petition filed agaist them ' in said Court by J. D. McBride, admin istrator of J. C. Wilson, deceased, and by Mrs. Bailie Wilson, or otherwise the petition will be taken for confessed. ' It is further ordered that this notice be published for four consecutive weeks in the Union City Commercial. This the 30th day of July, 1913. 18-4t C. S. TALLEY. Clerk. Non-Resident Notice. (To Joe Brinkley.) Addie Brinkley vs. Joe Briokiey. In the Circuit Court of Obion County, 1 lennessee. ' In this cause, it appearinz from he bill or petition filed, which is sworn to. that Joe Brinkley, the defendant, is a non-residest cf tto State of Teaoc&j and a resident of the State of Illinois;, he is therefore hereby required to ap pear on or before the first Monday in September, 1913, next, before the Cir cuit Court of Obion County, Tennn and make defense to the bill or petition filed against him for divorce it s-.i-l court by Addie Brinkley, cr other the bill will be taken as confessed md the cause set for bearing ex-parta. It is further ordered that this notice be publinbed for four consecutive wc-N in The Commercial. Tli is Sd day of July, 191,1. 19-4t H. M. GOLDEN. Ci-tk. W. M. Miles, Att'y fur rialat'ff.