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i i ... What more csn we do to convince you that you positively can find perfect health and relief from your suffering by using Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound? All the world lenows of the wonderful cures which have been made by Lydia E; Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, yet some wo ?nen do not yet realize that all that is claimed for it is true. If suffering .women could be made to believe that this grand old medicine will do all that is claimed for it, how quickly their suffering would end I ' We have published in the newspapers of the United States .more genuine testimonial letters than have ever been pub , Jished in the interest of any other medicine for women in the world and every year we publish-many new testimo nials, all genuine and true. Read What These Women Say! TUiifftmv Ohin. 44 I wish to thank you for the good I derived Jrom Lydia E. Ilnkham's Vegeta ble Compound sometime ago. I suffered each month such agony that I could scarcely endure, and , after taking three bottles of Lydia Jfi. Pinkham's Vegetable Com. pound I was entirely cured. "Then I had an attack of organic Snflammation and took Lydia K. Mnkham'B Vegetable Compound and I am cured. I thank you for what your remedies have done for arae and should anything bother v sje again, I shall use it again, for . J have great faith in your reme dies. You may use my testimo nial and welcome. I tell every, one what your remedies have , done for me." Mrs Rhoda Win gatk, Box 395, Bluffton, Ohio. Pentwater, Mich. w A year ago I was very weak and the doctor said I had a serious displacement. I had backache and bearing down pains so bad that I could not sit m a chair or walk across the floor and 1 was in severe pain all the time. I felt discouraged as I had taken everything I could think of and was no tetter. I began tak ing Lydia & Ilnkham's Vegeta ble Compound and now I am strong and healthy." Mrs. Alice Darling, R. F. D. No. 2, Box 77, Pentwater, Mich. Tor 30 years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has been the standard remedy for fe male ills. No one sick with woman's ailments does justice to herself If she does not try this fa mous medicine made from roots and herbs, it has restored so many suffering women to health. r-Write to LYDIA E.PINKH AM MEDICINE CO. I g-J (COSFIDESTIAL) LYNN, MASS., for advice. Your letter will be opened, read and answered toy a woman and held in strict confidence. Ills Local and Personal . . . . i Mrs. S. R. Bratton and family attend ed Conference at Martia. Editor Davy Crockett, of Troy, was a visitor in the city Monday. O. R. McDade, of Troy, was in the city Sunday motoring over to Martin. Bon Air Coal, best and cheapest, at Union City Ice & Coal Co. 1 T. N. Scott, of McConnell, and Mrs. Scott were in the city last week visiting friends. ' Have your seat reserved for Thanks giving night at the opera house. It costs nothing extra. Coal and wood delivered promptly by the Union City Ice & Coal Co. J. M. Green, of the Crystal country, was here last week, paying his respects to The Commercial. Mr. Hunt, station agent at Martin, and Mrs. Hunt, his wife, were in the city Tuesday shopping. Fresh Oysters Kirkland's, 30 cents a pint. Have your grocer to call for same. E. L. Reedy, of the vicinity of Fre mont, was a welcome recruit to our list f subscribers last week. . Prepare to spend Thanksgiving night at the opera house to witness "The Winning of Latane Cashton." The latest styles and ' the prettiest styles, in an endless variety, now on display at Mrs. Arnn's. Mr. Will Whitson, who is now en gaged in operating a saw mill in the Jake hills, was a business visitor in town Monday. J. A. Wheeler, of this city, and party of friends, including Dr. Frather, of "Woodland Mills, Judge Munay, of Hick man, ad others left this week for the Mississippi Delta for a deer hunt. Telephone Union City Ice & Coal Co. when you want coal right now. CT. Lovelace and family, of Martin, who located in Union City lately, have bought the Ragsdale home on Ury street Mr. Lovelace is bookkeeper with t West Tennessee Wholesale Grocery Company. ... Mrs. A. M. McConnell and family will raturn to their home on Ury street north- next week. They have been re tiding on the farm, vest of the city for some time. The neighbors and friends will be mighty glad to see them back. You're tried the rest, now try the bestJersey Cream Flour. OLIVER'S RED CROSS DRUG STORE is headquarters for LIV-VER-LAX. Ask OLIVER'S RED CROSS DRUG STORE. ... ., Mayor J. A. Coblo, Dr. C. W. Miles, D. P. Caldwell, J. W. Woosley and J. A. Whipple went to Nashville this week to meet the Tennessee Railroad Com missioners with reference to a new depot in Union City. A conference with Mr. Thomas, President of the N., C. & St. Is. Railway was held. Mr. Chas. M. Henderson, of Prairie, Miss., assisted by his prescription ist and salesman, Mr. Edwards, of Tuscumbia, Ala., are in the city opening up the new drug store on the southwest corner of First street where Washington street crosses. The fountain and fixtures are being installed. They are of oak and very handsome. The store will be mod ern every way and the proprietor and his assistants prepared for the best in the line. Home Made Candy Kirkland. ; We want a lot of geese and will pay 7jc a pound for full feathered and 6jc for picked geese for the next two weeks. Phone 366 or G97. . 27-tf Diktzel Produce Co. We have in the paper this week the first installment of the "Life of Joan pf Arc',' from the pen of Rex Naylor, in his third year in Yale. The young man has given much time and study to the subject and it will be interesting not only to his friends but to those who feel an interest in one of the most heroic characters of French history. Mr. Nay lor is preparing himself for theological work. ' He is ambitious and his efforts will have a hearty reception here. We regret very much that we cannot handle the whole paper at once. Mr. Josh Mitcheli, of the Bethlehem vicinity,, was in the city Monday and sold a 480-poufld porker, to Mr. Will Nash. The sow was a Berkshire and O. I. C. stock abont two years old. The dam of this hog weighed 540 pounds when shipped. Mr, Mitchell received $33.60 for the one just shipped, and says be has some of the pigs that weigh around 240. Hogs are mighty good money, when they don'i tjet the cholera and can be bfl fed high priced corn at 7 cents a pound. The fellow that eats the meat ii th man who pays the big price. The packer, commission mer chant and market man all com in for theirs and the cost runs up. TrroCTnlar hnve! movements lead to chronic constipation and a constipated habit fills the system with impurities. HERBINE is a great bowel regulator. t n,,;p,aa ttin rratrri- vitalizes the blood and puts the digestive organi in fine vigorous condition.. Trice 50c. Bold by Oliver 's Red Cross Drug Store advt A call for 150 brings the coal wagDfcv Union City Ice & Coal Co. . Rev. W. W. Armstrong, of Jackson, will be here Sunday morning to fill his first appointment at the Methodist Church. He succeeds Rev. W.: W. Adams, who goes to Fulton. Brother Adams and family will move to Fulton this week, and there are numbers of mighty good warm friends who will re member them very kindly. Rev. Adams gave 'this charge his most earnest and conscientious effort, and was much in terested last year in the building of a new church home. Under his leader ship the building fund was almost com pleted, and the work was carried over until another year. Rev. Adams is oue of the best men in the church. He is clean through and through, and we mingle with the friends in kind wishes. The congregation will fill the church Sunday to hear Rev. Armstrong. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. Berrybill, Editor. Telephone 140. Kindly report s early as con venirnt. Ford-Smith. Mr. Albert Lee Ford and Miss Treva Smith were united in marriage at the home of the bride in Gardner on Wed nesday evening, the 12th inst. Mr. Ford is connected with the S. D. Woos ley grocery store in Union City as sales man and the bride is one of the charm ing young ladies of Weakley County. They are both popular and worthy young people and are the recipients of the warmest congratulations! A Birthday Meeting. To celebrate the twelfth anniversary! of its birth in Obion County, the Leonidas Polk Chapter of theU. D. C's. held an unusually interesting program at the home of Mrs. Fred Dahnke on Thursday, Nov. 6. The thirteenth elec tion of officers occurred, Mrs. A. L. Brevard being reinstated as president with Mrs. W. H. Gardner and Mrs. George Gibbs treasurer and correspond ing secretary, respectively. The latter was re-elected while the former was elected, having held the office through appointment for the last month or so. Mrs. W. H. Swiggart was elected Chap ter Historian, and to her it will fall the duty to collect Obion County war data. Mrs. S. E. Faircloth and Mrs. Fred Dahnke were elected first and second vice presidents and Mrs. W.W. Cowden, whose father's name is one of those engraved onhe Confederate Veteran monument here, was made secretary,' Mrs. Ellen Joyner was elected chaplain. The program, which was greatly ap preciated by the afternoon's audience, was given by Misses Pearl Pettus, Agnes Coble, Willie Belle Mayes and Mabel Grillin. " t Informal Dance. i The informal dance given by the Elks in their club rooms Thursday night was greatly enjoyed by the young set who attended. Those present' were Clem Burdick, J. Vernon Verhine, Miss Mabel Griffin and Will McAdoO, Miss Agnes Coble and Price Bradshaw Miss Lila Littleton and Curtis Verhine, Miss May Clinton and Otho Beck, Miss Kate Morris and Bud , Munrotus, Miss Kathleen Rodgers and Louis Mc Adoo, Miss Mai Brown and Granville Sanders, Miss Helen Verhine and Harry Harper, Miss Lucile Posey and Roger, Caldwell, Miss Marie Lockhart and Hal Taylor,- Miss Ruby Mayes and Hub Sullivan, Miss Annie Laurie Caldwell and John Nixon, Miss Reba Wrather and Jim Faircloth. The chaperones were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dahnke, Mr. and Mrs. Corker Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Sthleifei ' and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edwards. Mrs. Clarence Cloys, Hostess. , The Review Club held its first meet ing at the pleasant country home of Mrs. Clarence Cloys Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. Cloys, who was a most valuable member of the club, resigned last year, coming back into the circle, which has been for some years Union City's only literary association, recently. This first meeting in ber home, Nut Farm, was very enjoyable. The lesson, which is yet of the series on Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, was led by Mrs. Carlto.n. Hot chocolate and wafers were served after th afternoon's study. Cruse-Campbell. Mr. Robt. Cruse and Miss Delia Camp bell, of Cayce, were married In Union City Sunday afternoon at the Cumber land Presbyterian manse by Rev. C. M. Zwingle. The young people are well known and esteemed cititens of that place.' Mrs. Russell, Honorec. Mrs. Russell, of Wartrace, nee Miss Margaret Watson, of this place, was the honoree of a three-tabled card party IT. US. To GURLIN'S Fail Suits, C oats and Dresses flow.,,. Presenting FOR BOTH LADIES AND MISSES A remarkable triumph at the very opening of the season, A New, Moderate - Price Movement, which presents woman's clothes that are. the last '.word in style, material and workmanship, at unusually low prices. Never before have we been able to offer such a wide range of choice "models with such a great variety of styles and materials at moderate prices. . ... . ;, ... . . Our Serge Dresses in Fancy Our Silk Dresses of messa- Plaid Skirts and plain-coat line, crepe, mohair, silk crepe effects, at from or china eponge, you will $5.00 up. Very new. find in 1uite variety of - 7 models. Our wool crepe - draped : . ; -. ; " skirts and fancy waists with Our Broadcloth Suits with belts and sash. andYup to date draped, peg-top skirts and : tunic models with fancy coats See our showing of Fall will be the' greatest coats we Motoring and Sport Coats, have ever shown. v In our display of New Autumn Tailored Millinery you will find assembled a collection of New Autumn Hats at such small prices that we believe cannot be duplicated for their good style, excellent trimmings, etc. P-T; : - given by her cousin, Miss Genevieve Nailling, Saturday afternoon. Those playing were Mrs. Russell, Miss Nailling, Misses Mary Andrews, Jo Rippy, Ruby Littleton, Katherine Mayes, Ada Mof fett,., Agnes Coble, Mai Brown, Ethel Fierce, Lucile Posey, and Mrs. Frank Aydelott. ' or- : Interesting Marriage to be. The following marriage notice has ap peared in the State newspapers: Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Meadow 'announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Bess, to Vivian Lynn Reynolds The wedding will be solem nized ca Wednesday evening, Nov. 20 at 8:80 o'clock at the First Christian Church, Union City, Tenn. Joyner-Vowell. Mr. Ned Joyner and Miss Constance Vowell, of this city, were united in mar riage Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ranson, Rev. C. M. Zwingle administering the holy rites. It is always the custom to say some thing nice of the newly weds, but in this instance it taxes the ingenuity of the writer to say something good enough. Mr. Joyner is salesman fit The Toggery; Mrs. Joyner is a native of Martin and has been the popular Fostal oper ator ever since her predecessor, Mrs. George Allen. There were never two deservedly more popular young women in Union City, and whatever the sal ary, the Postal paid them not half enough. Mrs. Joyner is indeed one of the most charming ladies. The grace of person is crystallized in the more enduring graces of character, and these are the blend of the bonnie bride. Everybody knows Ned Joyner and The Toggery knows it too. He is "fine and dany," thank you. Nobody is better entitled to his good fortune, and we ten der Our best congratulations along with the hosts of friends. "Here's to your good health and to yours, and may you all live long and prosper." Stedman-Muse. s ' Mr. F. N. Stedman and Miss Mary Lee Muse, of Jackson, were united in marriage at the Palace Hotel in Union City last Sunday, the 9th inst, Rev. H. E. Waters, of Martin, officiating. The contracting parties are well con nected in Jackson aud very oopularly kriown. I lie uililin NOVI ON Season We have every sort of building and finishing lumber you're apt to need, including FRAMING, FLOORING, CEILING, SIDING Doors and Windows, Shingles A visit to our yards will be appreciated. Come and inspect our stock for your own satisfaction. C;TVIVfloss &C6. Yards south of Presbyterian Church. First Street, - UNION CITY, TENN Cheap .....Gob Is not necessarily the lowest in price A V: XC PFAOM j since the value is largely determined by the quality you receive, and if it is . tee; FROM --''DIRT;'! of all kinds. We guarantee our coal to be of the best quality, and at the end of winter will prove the cheap est, because it will go the farthest fvg EfLV! N ; COAL. DO.v Telephone No. 11.