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A. I). Nichols was a visitor in Jfail viii'ii Monday. J. A. Morgan an excursionist to y.ibLville Monday. Choice of any parasol in stock, $.". Bransfurd Andrews. Mrs. 1'ercy Myatt was a visitor 1 Nashville Wednesday. V. It. Meadow was a business visitor ia Nai-,bvil!e this week. J. X. Bradshaw was a business visitor in Nashville this week. W. II. Forester, the road salesman was at home here last week. Just take a peep at the new la valliers at Dietzels. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Sanders are rusti eating at Woodland this week. W. li. Andrews went to Nashville Monday to have his eyes treated. C. P. Wilson and Dr. J. B. Havner Cif Troy, were in the city Monday. Embry Beck, of Chicago, is here vis iting his mother, Mrs. N. E. Beck.' You've tried the rest, now try the best Jersey Cream flour. Mrs. W. Nv Waggoner has returned from a visit to relatives in Mayfield. 8. E. Agnew, of Number Four, w here Monday en route to Nashville. DAIINKE'S CREAM BREAD mark for imitators. E. D. Iteece, of the vicinity of Gibbs was a business visitor here Monday. J. D. Cole, of the vicinity of Clayton was in the city Monday and gave us a call. r.:- ' . WEHMAN is making special prices on refrigerators this month. Mr, Dabney Lawrence, of the vicinity of Fulton, was a visitor in the city Mon day. ; Miss Estelle Cray, of -Harrisburg Ark., is here visiting relatives aud friends. '. Choice of any parasol in stock, $5. Bransford & Andraws. Mr. Will J. Edwards, of St. Louis, is here visiting his- mother, Mrs. J. M Edwards. . ,- .. ., Mr. Earl Ilaslip, of Troy, visited his uncle, S. E. Agnew, near Union City last week. Dietzel's Ever Ready Fountain Tens, l.w, guaranteed. Miss Ulamee Cobb left Friday for Louisville, Ky., on an extended visit to Ler sister. Miss Lea Ruby Cooper, of Dyersburg, will be a visitor of Miss Willette Baird next week. Mr. Clyde Howard, formerly a resi dent of Number Seven, is now loatcd in Number Ten. Esq. W. W. Mays was one of the ex cursion party from Union City to Nash ville Monday. ' , " Choice of any parasol in stock, $5. Bransford & Andrews. C. B. Neill, a prominent citizen of Rutherford, was a business visitor to Union City Monday. Dr. W. B. Adkins aud wife, of Hen dorson, visited Mrs. C. E. Cobb on South Third street this week. Use Cow-Ease and keep flies off your horses and cows. You will find it at WEHMAN'S. Mr. and Mrs. Will A. Kerlin have located in Memphis, where Mr, Kerlin is engaged in business. K. P. Armstrong and two sons left Tuesday morning for a visit to relatives and friends at Gallatin. If you want the best and cheapest, use Bon Air coal Union City Ice St Coal Company. , Quito a number of, the younger set enjoyed a surprise party at Miss Vera Bramham's last Tuesday, , Mr. John J, Freeman, the popular blacksmith of Number Ten, was a bus iness visitor here Monday. New tools and a fine mechanic, "Bil Parker, make Dietzel's repair work satisfactory, Mrs. B. II. Link arid family, of Pa ducah, were the week-end guests of Mrs. Link's sister, Mrs. Ed Reese. Mrs. Hunter Elam and little son, Thomas French, are at home after spending several weeks at Paris. " t . J. A. Foulks, of Harris, was a busi ness visitor in the city Monday. Mr. Foulks is personally conducting the af fairs of bis farm this year. KMiUiy V-uti nil oiiicr litMiUic put torethir, and tiBi.il tne Inst tew yenrs a supposed to be ia tuiiiWe. Kr a Krrat itutny doctor prt noum-rU il a Irani - and prescribed local temfttifft.am! by etinsUmUy falsing to cure with i - ..1 treiiliiieiit, pronounced it incurable. Sci ence has proven cwtatrh to I constittil?onnI ti!mcc ml therefore requires constitutional Irvatment. Hall'. Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Tolerln, Ohio, 1 Hie only cantJu!ttal cure on tK- market. It is tnkrn trU-T -'.'.v in !!.-- fsnra 10 tiroes to a teasitooti fut. it Hi ts dmvtly on the tkmd and mucous aiitfnct'sof the system, They offer one hundred kUar for any case it fails to cure. Send for C'.i !.'!':-. dnd t-. 'i ;-'"n Ad,l!t-: R . CHriNfc St CQ., Toledo, Ohio. , Sold 8v pruiftrisls, 7S;. Take HaU'a tumily lilte for constipation W. E. Gray, an old-time friend of The Ccnirm-reial from Number Ten, was ia town Monday on busine. W. E. Snow, of the vicinity north west of Troy, was a buiir.e-s visitor here Monday and a caller in this eta.-.-. Mr. Hurley Agnew, of JJewbern, vis ited relatives near Union City and Rives Tuesday and Wednesday, last week. L. D. Maddox, one of our good friends and a well known citizen of State Line, was a pleasant caller here last week. Glass Fount Oil Stoves at WEHMAN'S. Miss Ludie Adkins, after a few days visit here in the home of her bfolher, II. A. Adkins, has returned to Kenton, J. T. Baulch, one of our good friends and subscribers of the vicinity of Bethle hem, came around last week and paid us a call. Mrs. Adam Semones went to Nash ville Monday to look after her grandson, Richard, who was operated on for, jd pendicitis. -"""I- You want CLEAN bread. Then ask for DAIINKE'S wrapped in GERM and DUST-PROOF WRAPPERS. Dr. A. P. Warterfield was painfully though not seriously injured in a fall last week at the borne of his son. W. M. Warterfield. Mr. Chester Fhebus, one of the thrifty young citizens of the western vicinity of Rives, writes us that he needs The Com mercial in his home. Marshall Garth, a High School boy, left this week for a vacation visit with the family of his uncle, Rev. John Garth, at Hickory, N. C. Cow-Ease is guaranteed to keep off the flies from your stock. See WEHMAN to get it Misses Ruth and Bessie Rowland have returned from Baldwyn, Miss., and will be at home here again. Mrs. Rowland returned some time ago. Elder W. H. Trice will preach at the Exchange Street Church of Christ next Sunday morning. Subject: Spiritual Gifts," Public cordially invited. Mrs. C. V. Taylor and baby," of Jack son, were in Use city last week visiting the home of Mr. John Catron. Mr. Taylor and family will soon be located in Memphis. When convenient drop in at our oflice. It will be a pleasure to show you through, especially our grinding department. Dr. McMichael, Eye Specialist. Cbas. J. Crockett, of Greeley, Colo., passed through the city Saturday going East as buyer for his mercantile house in Greeley. Mr, Crockett went to Ful ton to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cave J. Crockett. A. E. Caldwell, J. F. Kersey, J. C. Isbell, members of the Obion County Court, and Clerk S. C. Talley left Mon day night for Tcrre Haute, Ind., to ex amine and purchase a steel bridge for the county. Mrs. Percy Myatt informs us that she attended the lot sale at Henry, Tenn., July 31, by the Meadow Land and Auction Co., and that it was a big day with an attendance of 5,000 people, Miss Hazel Manley reading an interest ing paper to a pleased audience. Use Dahnke-Walker Milling Co. Jer. ey Cream Flour, a home product and guaranteed. " Price M. Naylor, one of the old Union Union City boys but now one of the managers of the Tikesky Dredgeboat Company of St. Louis, Mo., passed through our city last Saturday en route ome from Meridian, Misa., where he had been in the interest of the company Mr. and Mrs. Frank Estes, J. R, Campbell and family, Mrs. Calhoun and Hunter Estes, the last named from San Antonio, spent last week in camp at the Dodson ranch on the Nueces They report a splendid time and suc cessful sport, fishing. Uvalde (Tex.) Leader-News. Buy your oil stove at WEH MAN'S. The kind that uses one- third less oil than any other. Ta Evef)tf W!i3 D.vss As you know, I am ar ranging my business to leave Union City. All ac counts not settled by September 1, will be plac ed in the hands of an offi cer with instructions to collect or sue. Ji iii OOSLLi Jfi c i Sales. Walter Wheder will hold a public sale on his farm two ruih-s west of Woouiauu Mills Tuesday, August 12, 1913, Offer ing household and kitchen furniture, vehicles, farming tools, stock, etc., and a barbecued dinner will be served on the ground. W. V. Douglas will ajso hold a pub lic sale on the Sim Weaver farm Satur day, August SO, 1913, and will sell farm stock and implements. Carl Mitchell, salesman at Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store, will leave on the 10th inst. for Washington, D. C, to enter the employment ot the Peoples' Drug Stores, the twin stores of which Dr. M. U. Gibbs is the owner and pro prietor, and J. C. Harris, of this city, will take Mr. Mitchell's place here in the Red Cross Store. These are both fine young men ajid will be valuable in deed in their respective places. It is well also to say that the respective drug stores are all the finest and best to be found anywhere.. Dr. Oliver has one of the handsomest, busiest and best drug stores in the State, and leading in Washington. Dr. Gibbs is Every time you spend a dollar with a Chinaman 99 per cent of it goes across the water. Every time you send your work out of town, to another laundry, a greater portion of that goes out of t9wn. When you spend your money with the Union City Steam Laundry every dollar, and then some, remains right in Union City. Many more dol lars have been spent in an up-to-date laundry and dry cleaning plant than will be gotten out of Union City for some years to come. Mr. T. B. Meador, the manager of Metcalfe s enterprises, is a resident with us, and if we have any complaint will take it up with us personally, aud we wish to impress it on every citizen that we cannot do too much for Metcalfe s Laundry, Dry Cleaning and Dye Works and Flower Department. 19-2t w.cT.u. : The W. C. T. U. will meet at the New Church chapel Friday, August 15, at 4 o'clock p. to. Leader, Mrs. Drew Luten, Superintendent Medical Temperance A program will be published in next week's papers' Mr. Frank Glover, who now owns the old Glover homestead near .Troy, and who was a resident of Texas for several years, was in the city Monday and in formed us that his brothers, Joe and Bob, of the Lone Star State, will be back to Tennessee soon, and the friends hope that tbey too will come to stay. Mr. J. Leslie Cunningham, of Kedron, as a business visitor here Tuesday and informed us of a meeting of the citi- ieiis Wieie iuesuay aiiernoon ior uie purpose of building an improved road from a point two miles south of Fre mont towards Reelfoot Lake. The idea is to build a branch road to intersect the main Union "City-Reelfoot Lake road and we hope that the way will be opened for them to proceed with the work. Bon Air Coal, best and cheapest, at Union City Ice & Coal Co. Non-Resident Notice. Ella Cbeshier vs. Sam Cheshier. In the Circuit Court of Obion County, Tennessee. In this cause, it appearing from the bill or petition filed, which is sworn to, that Sam Cbeshier, the defendant, is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee and a resident of the State of Arkansas, 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. Tennessee, and make defense to the bill or petition filed against him for divorce in said court by Ella Cheshier, or otherwise the bill will be taken for confessed and the cause set for hearing ex-parto. Il is furthsr ordered that this notice be published for four consecutive weeks in, the Union City Commercial. ' August 5, 1913. 4 19-4t - H. M. GOLDEN, Clerk. II. T. Smith, Att'y for Complainant. For High-Class Photographs, Call at ; The Cottage Studio South of Courthouse MISS NONIE RHOADS Dr. W. A. NAILLING PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office Honrs: j 8-M to 9:30 ft. m. I 2 to 4 p.m. - Real Estate Transfers. A. L. Thompson to C. W. Petty, 3 lots in No. 5, f 95. II. B. Horner to C. W. Petty, 3 lots in No. 5, $97.50. L. S. Parks and wife to B. F. Beck- bam and wife, lot in No. 13, $7,250. Pete McIIugh et al. to Rives Grain Co., lot in No. 4, $135. Anna May Long et al. to 11. Forcum et al., land in Noa. 14 and 15, $15,000. J. L. Alexander et al. to J. D. Walk er, 1 acres in No. 5, $100. B. F. and Arlette Beckham to Jno. T. Walker, lot in No. 13, $3,000. J. L. Wright and wife to E. F. Tur ner et al., 4 acres in No. 9, $1,200. Richard Lilly to J, W. Smith, lot in Paul Morris to Pearl Snow, lot in No. 10, $500. ; B. F. Beckham et al. to L. S. Parks, lot in No. 13, $6,000. Thos. O. Morris, trustee, to Taul O, Morris, lot in' No. 16, $350. J. N. Tull to Geo. R. McFadden, 2 lots in No. 8, $70. J. O. Neely and wife to Richard Lilly, interest in lot in No. 5, $200. . R. D. Ruddle to W. D. Honeycutt; 24 acres in No. 11, $1,500. H. C. Cathey et al. to G. W. Cathey, lot in No. 16, $250. H. B. Horner and wife to R. M. Whipple, lot in No. 13, $500. J, M. Brice to Miss Mina Jones, 50 acres in No. 6, $500. Marriage Licenses. Boyd Bell and Oma Sutton. Billie George and Rose Holley. J. H. Nichols and E. Mae Orr. Frank Sellars and Una Gossom. Tom Denwood and Stella Tams. Kaillio Moore and Anna Everett. Grover Watson and Maina Lathan. Ben F. Moore and Lucy J. Phillips. John Wilson and Willie May Jackson Tommie Barton and Leatha McKen- Herman D, Roberts and Cammie S. Jones. Clarence S. Barger and Auda Ran dolph. R. P. Johnston and Ethel Posey Dycus. Marvin Diggs and Annie Green Din- widdie. Harrison E. Hamilton and Arneta Waterfield. Robert Mitchell and rV i L U 14 m ulif 4 The Final Drastic Reductions on All Summer Merchandise ! August with a Harvest of ... . ikl -10) il A Bargains for this month in re frigerator and ice boxes at WEH MAN'S. Died. At residence, Oakland avenue and Hernando . road, " Thursday morning, July 31, 1913, at 6:55 o'clock, Mrs. Eliza Jane Mason, aged 50 years, daugh ter of Mrs. Mary Jane Nelson, mother of 8. A. Mason, Mrs. Ida Butler and Mrs. Elsie Liles, sister of Mrs. Mollie Leining, John, Pete, Tom, Joe and Melvin Nelson. Funeral services will be held at resi dence to-morrow (Friday) afternoon at 3 o'clock. Friends of the family are invited. Interment in Forest Hill Cemetery. Memphis News-Scimitar. White Dresses of fine Voiles, Batiste and Lingerie, former prices QK ' flfl $10, $12 and $15, your choice vJUU Few Percal and Gingham Dresses to close at . . . . . 75c and $1.00 Our $12.50 and $16.50 Summer Suits to close up $7.50 and $9.50 A Sweeping Clean up in the Most Wanted Wash Goods ! LIN'S I. CUE EYE, EAR NOSE AND THROAT. Molern Electrical Treatment. Office Phone 100 . Nai! ..-;-- S V Wholesale and Retail Reelfoot Lake and Mississippi ' River. ' a, fit Oysters in Season. -New location, East Main Street 1 Phone 185. UNION CITY, TENN HELPFUL WORDS From a Union City Citizen. Is your back lame and painful? Does it ache especially after exertion? Is there a soreness in the kidney region? These symptoms suggest weak kid neys. '" It so there is danger in delay. Weak kidneys get weaker fast. Give your trouble prompt attention. Doan's Kidney Fills are for weak kidneys. Your neighbors use and recommend them. ' Read this Union City testimony. G. VV. Hawkins, Ex-Deputy Marshal, First and Poplar streets, Union City, Tenn.. savs: I suffered from lame and aching back and my kidneys were weak. I took several remedies but with ui HHieli irsfierit until I used Down's Kidney Pills. They removed the aches and pains and toned up my system. I cheerfully recommend this remedy to other kidney sufferers, knowing that it can be relied upon to correct kidney trouble." For sale by all dealers. Price 50c. Foater-Milbuin Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. .. Remember the name Doan's and take no other, t advt Just Received ar Giidfeii Gravei , Best to be had. Q cents per Bushel Delivered only with orders for $1,00 FRESH CAR OF LIME 01.00 per barrel 50 Cents per bushel. U CI mm PIONEER BRICK AND CEMENT PEOPLE . PHONE jilTrTicn JH f '''frphrrr fi Yr,r No dealers. No commission ni The oldest manufacturers in the Southwest. ft i Endorsed by the best musicians With The STARR PIANO Manufacturing Co. - TELEPHONE 505 . '-'