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MUST BE CORRECT No matter how excellent the mechanical work in a pair of glaaies, it counts for tothing unleM the formula from which the lease are ground is the correct one for your eyes. The formula will only be correct when it is based on the result of a careful exam, nation, consequently a thorough examine' turn is the first requisite for a pair of glasses. People often express themselves in my examination room that they never had their eyes examined by scientific intru snents before, that usually charts were Lang up and first one glass and then an other was tried until something was fnund that they could see through. ; This is why so many peo ple's eyes are ruined by wrong glasses. Beware of the peddler or fakir who calls at your house pro- posing to test your eyes and fit your glasses. It is a dangerous proposition to go against ...... You can call at my office and have your eyes examined in a proper and scientific manner. If you do not need glasses you will be told so. If glasses are needed, you will be furnished with correct glasses at a reasonable price, with a guarantee of full relief and satisfaction. Consultation and examination free of charge. Fifty thousand people in Tennessee are wearing my glasses to-day. Dr. J. Frank McMichael, Eye Specialist "Qyo Vadis." Since George Kloine made hia enor mous success of the Cines phto-drama "Quo Vadis," a host of cheap imitators have entered the field of competition. However, as the Kleine production in cludes eight wonderful reels and is only produced in the high class theatres of the country and has never been leased for State rights or ordinary moving pic ture houses, the general public have been quick to discriminate between the big and the little "Quo Vadis." In the big cities of the East, Mr. Kleine's pro duction was taken up by fashionable so ciety and theatre parties of the "four hundred" were a frequent occurrence at the Astor Theatre in New York. The George Kleine production of "Quo Vadis" will be the attraction at the Beynolds Theatre on Friday night, Feb. 6. The entertainment covers two hours and fifteen minutes. Shades all sizes and prices at Home Furniture Co., phone 99. Gold fish, from 10 to 50 cents each. Union City Steam Laundry. Moose Quarters. The Moose quarters in Union City have been furnished with new furniture, car pets and accessories for the comfort of the members during either lodge or leisure hourse. The State Organizer was in the city this week and the lodge made special preparations for his enter tainment. The Moose is one of the most rapidly growing orders in the United States, and the lodge in Union City is also in fine condition, one of the best we have. COD LIVER OIL AND IROii Two Most World-Fame- Tonics Combined in Vinol. Cod Liver oil and Iron have proved to be the two most successful tonics the world has ever known Iron for the blood and the medicinal curative elements of cod liver oil as a Btrength and tissue builder for body and nerves, and for the successful treat ment of throat and lung troubles. Two eminent French chemists dis. covered a method of separating the curative medicinal elements of the cods livers from the oil or grease jrhlch Is thrown away , but to these Bedlctaal elements tonic lroa la now Added, thus combining In Vinol the (two moBfc world famed tonics. As a body-builder and strength cre ator for weak, run-down people, for feeble old people,, delicate children, fo restore Btrength after sickness a and for chronic coughs, colds, bron chitis or pulmonary troubles we asK you to try Vinol with the understand ing that your money will be returned If it does not help you. P. S. For plmplee and blotches try &ur Sazo Salve. We guarantee It. , Oliver's Bed Cross Drug Store, Union City.Tenn. Local and Personal Charles Ward, upholsterer, located in the MorrU Block, on Main street, first store west of Methodist church. Box couches made to order. Dr. Gunter visited in Bive Sunday. Mr. Arthur Fraiier, of Bives.was here Friday. Mr. Keathley. of Martin, was in the city Tuesday. Mr. Dock Kirk is confined to his room with la grippe. Miss Una Marshall has returned from Clarkton, Mo. Shades all sizes and prices at Home Furniture Co., phone 99. A call for 150 brings the coal wagou Union City Ice & Coal Co. My jeweler? Dietzel, of course. Van Wagner spent Sunday with his sister in Fulton. Mrs. Geo. Joyner was in the city Monday shopping. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Bishop and baby are at home again in Union City, Mr. Thornhill, of St. Louis, was here a couple of days this week on business. Watches repaired Dietzel. Steel posts are going now. Nailling Keiser Hardware Co. Gold fish, from 10 to 50 cents each. Union City Steam Laundby. O. B. Chandler, of Nashville,' was a visitor here this week, mingling with friends. Mrs. Sims, of Beech vicinity, was.the Wednesday guest of Mrs. W. Z. Mas sengill. Mrs. T. W. Ownby, of Martin, was the Monday guest of her mother, Mrs. Cheatham. Mr. Porter Harris, of the vicinity south of Fulton, was a pleasant caller in our office last week. Victor Kecord8, the latest numbers, at Home Furniture Co., phone 99. Be-new that old furniture with Pit- cairn Colored Varnishes. Phone 99. Miss Laura Mabry is at home from Portage ville, Mo., where she has been engaged in teaching music. Charles Edward, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. C. . Keene, is recovering from an attack of pneumonia. Walter B. Grayson, of Los Angeles, Cal., is a visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rice A. Pierce in the city. Mr. Dan Hughes, of Texarkana, Tex as, was in the city this week visiting the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hughes. Use steel posts if you want the post that lasts. Nailling-Keiser Hardware Company. Victor Victrola Talking Machines for sale. Call Home Furniture Co., phone 99. You've tried the rest, now try the best Jersey Cream Flour. L. W. Bondurant, of the vicinity of Harris, was a visitor here last week and paid his respects to The Commercial of fice. - W. A. Crockett, postmaster and agent at Crockett, was a business visitor in the city last week and a friendly caller in our office. Mrs. Lou Mott and granddaughter, Mrs. F. C. Aydelott, are in San Antonio, Texas, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Paine Bransford. Steel posts are going now. Nailling- Keiser Hardware Co. We can re-tire your gocart while you waiti Home Furniture Co. Phone 99 See our new cabinet mantles, $15 and up. Union City Lumber Co. Remember the William Raihey Ben nett lecture next Tuesday night. Lyceum tickets are good. So is the lecture. Be sure and attend. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, of Obion, and Mrs. A. J. Kirkland, of Fulton, Ky., were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Evans Jackson last week. Mr. Cutting, of Caruthersville, Mo., was a business visitor here last week. He was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. White, of White avenue. Your jeweler should be Dietzel. Steel posts are the posts to buy. Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. Bon Air Coal, best and cheapest, at Union City Ice fc Coal Co. The ladies of the Methodist Church will give a dinner on the first Monday in March. The location will be decided upon and announced further on. F. L. Fittman has bought the Allen Thompson home in the southern part of the city and he and Mrs. Pittman have begun housekeeping in their new home. Miss Sara O'Flannery is arranging to open a new millinery store in the Nail ling building, formerly occupied as a shoe store by Massengill Bros. Miss O'Flannery has been engaged j as trim mer for Mrs. Arnn for two years and is favorably known to the patrons) of that well known house. Mrs. L. B. Campbell, nee Miss Laura Dobbins, of Carthage, Mo., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Ella Cathey, on Church street for the first time in eighteen years. William Rainey Bennett's lecture, "The Man Who Can," at the opera house next Tuesday night. It's another of the Leocidas Polk Chapter ladies good ones. ' W. R. Bennett, "The Man Who Can," will appear at the Reynolds Theatre next Tuesday, Feb. 10, under the auspices of the Leonidas Polk Chapter Winter Lyceum Course. Steel posts are the posts to buy. Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. We have the "Dope" for old looking furniture. Call Home Furniture Co., phone 99. S. R. Bratton went to Memphis Sun day to meet A. B. Chiles and his family returning from Clovis, New Mexico, to Obion. Mr. Chiles' death occurred a few hours after his arrival. Mrs. A. B. Morgan and daughter, Annie James, left this week for DeLand, Fla., to remain for the rest of the win ter enjoying the pleasure and the bene fits of the Southern climate. Our friendly callers this week include T. J. Williams, Maple Grove; W. H. Wheeler, Number Two; Jake Caldwell, Maple Grove; J. H. Shore, Rives; 8. M. Stone, Pleasant Valley; O. H. Jones, J. C. McClard, Bethlehem. Remember Homo Furniture Co. when you clean house. They have polish mops and plenty oi lurnuure pousn. Phone 99. T;r Mnridv washed nut coal is best for cooking. - At Union City Ice & Coal Co. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Fleming, of Hnmhanlr. ware in the citv Tuesday. joining their daughter, Mrs. rH. O. Vincent, in a visit to McKenzie at the home,pf Rev. and Mrs. S. F. Wynn. From there Mr. and Mrs. Fleming go to Timon, Fla., to spend the winter. Messrs. Thos. J. Bonner, Rives, C. C. Lasley, J. W. Brantley, D. B. Huey, Troy, W. C. Wilkerson, Hornbeak, Dr. J. J. Wells, Glass, Dr. P. N. Matlock, Mason Hall, and S. E. Allmond, Union City, were in Nashville last week attend ing the meeting of the Masonic Grand Lodge. . Pitairn Colored Varnishes makes your floor look like new. Home Furni ture Co. Finish that room with Beaver Board. Carried in stock. Union City -Lumber Co. J. C. Reynolds has purchased a fine new Doll & Sons piano for the opera house, one of the beat made, and Mr. Nixon is prepared to discourse to the natrons of that place some of his ad mirable selections with much better ef fect. Nothing too good for the patrons of the Reynolds. Rev. W. G. Potts delivered an able sermon on "The Gospel" last Sunday day morning at the Baptist Church here to a fine audience. Sunday school was also fine and well attended. These peo wish to thank The Commercial for! its snlendid hern in the "go-to-churoh" publicity that no doubt reminded some of their churches and induced them to go. Rev. Potts will preach again next Sunday morning. Real Estate Transfers. M. D. Sanders and wife to P. U Glover, 2 acres in No. 10, $306.10. ; Howell Bransford and wife to J. C Nash, lot in Union City, $5,000. Roy Voodfin and Beulah Woodfin to W. M. Woodfin, interest in 100 acres in No. 13, $50. Elders A. R. P. Church to P. A. Cloar, lot in No. 6, $30. ' J. D. Wrather and wife to W. E. Jackson, interest in lot in No. 1, $1,250. R. A. Napier et al. to J. H. Powers, 50 acres in No. 12, $850. i D. A. Edwards et al. toB. T. Phebus, 35 acres in No. 13, $3,850. Mrs. B. J. Etheridge to A. J. Hender son. 31 acres in No. 1, $500. J. W. Murphy to J. C. Spikes, lot in Nr. A H7KO. J. C. Spikes to M. D. 8mith, lot in No. 4. $724.80. D. T. Waynick to John Buford, lot in No. 6. $25. J. B. Wheeler and wife to May Buford, lot in No. 6, $262.50. John Buford and wife to Mrs. M. E. Brown, lot in No. 6, $475. T. H. Morris and wife to W. N. Holt, land in No. 5. $100. Sam Barnett to Bob Barnett, 1521 acres in No. 14. $1,500. " T. J. Brambam to T. C. Coleman, lots in No. 2. $250.14. . Lee Maddox and wife to Ernest King, lot in No. 13, $1,800. Gas in the stomach or bowels is a m. irmnfnm of a torpid liver. To get rid of it quickly take HER- BINE. It is a marvelous nver " nnrifier. Price 50c. Rfld Cross Drug Store. advt Now is the time to build your fence. . You want the thing that will last the longest and will give you the best service. Steel posts have come to stay. They are the practical posts. - .-. The American has stood the test. It is better galvanized and has larger stays and running wires than any other wire fence made. We are ready to fill your wants. Come to see us and let us tell you more about Steel Posts and American Wire. NailliEs' - leise: jnlarawar e Lompamy Telephone 27 HYOMEI RELIEVES IN FIVE MINUTES. Help Comes Quickly When Hyomei Is Used for Catarrh, Bronchitis or Cold in the Head. If you suffer from raising of mucous, husky voice, discharges from the nose, droppings in the throat, .sniffles, or any other symptoms of catarrh, or have bronchitis or. cold in the head surely use Hoymei. It will banish the dis ease . germs in the nose, throat and lungs and give quick and permanent relief or money refunded by Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store. The Hyomei treatment gives a tonic healing effect to the air you breathe, destroys the catarrhal germs, stops the poisonous secretions, seethes the irri tated mucous membrane and makes a marked improvement in the general health. The complete outfit, including in haler and a bottle of liquid, costs $1.00; extra bottles of liquid, if later needed, 50 cents. advt Tested Tomatoes. The Union City Canning Company sent a case of tomatoes' to the food technologist at Washington, D. C, and the report was returned as follows: Three cans were examined for phys ical properties and we would not hesi tate to say that this is an extra standard grade of tomatoes, one of the best we have bad in the laboratories this'season. There is no evidence whatever of being filthy, putrid or decomposed. We have a few other cans in the in cubator to determine the possibility of their not being sterile, and if they should prove not to be sterile we will so notify you in a few days. Yours very truly, A. W. Bitting, Food Technologist. Marriage Licenses. N. H. Coleman and Mrs. Lee Holla baugh. J. B. McAlister and Lucy Ingram. J. E. Duren and Stella Fields. R. R. Ross and Lula Grimes. James Herscbel Grogan and Grace Dexter Brown. Lee Allen and Lulla Brooks. Cleburn Washburn and Leon Gramon. Rollie Sutherland and Lucy Hayes Byrd. '' Use Dahnke-Walker Milling Co. Jer. sey Cream Flour, a home product and guaranteed. The Building Season . MOW OIl 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. G.T. IVtoss Co. Yards south of Presbyterian Church. , First Street, - UNION CITY, TENN. Cheap .....Coal X f ROM JiuiwJ--H QT amp D I HTtf Is not necessarily the lowest in price since the value Is largely determined by the quality you receive, and If it Is FREE 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 fy fEiLV! N COAL. CO. Telephone No. 11. .