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BOHUMIR KRYL AND COMPANY.
Tbe announcement that Bobunilr Kryl, world famous cornetist and band master, would iimke a transcontinental tour this season. accomiuinleJ by bis two talented daughters, bus been en thusiastically received everywhere. Kryl !s today known as one of the five great bandmasters of the world. According to the Los Angeles Times he la beyond any question the greatest cornetist In tbe world. This now famous bandmaster was working as a sculptor and as such had t - BOHUMIR KRYL. achieved no little fame when he laid down the chisel and took up the cor net at the suggestion of no less a per sonage than John Philip Sousa. Kryl'" last piece of sculpture consisted" in the preservation of the features of the au thor of "Ben Hur" in marble. Since he began his career as a musi cian he has directed his band In nearly all the large cities of America, besides jnaklng conert tours with bis daugh ters. Josephine Kryl Is a daughter of Bohumlr Kryl.. She was born In In- i : U t, f , f 1 f i " I JOSEPHINE KRYL, dlannpolis and began to play the violin when only four years of age. She Is a pupil of Leon Setnetini of Loudon. Josephine made her first tour over this country three years ago and was a great success wherever she played. A short time ago her father purchased for her a famous Stradlvarlus violin, which she will use on this forthcoming concert tour. Marie Kryl, also a daughter of Bohu mlr Kryl, with careful assistance of her teachers, Ileniet Levy and lime. Bloomfleld-Zelsler. has included in her 2 j t i ' ' ? t - : - 'f if...... .... 4 ft' S jMyjyf, MARIE KRYU repertoire compositions which men like Faderewskl, Le Tachman and Busonl feature as their greatest numbers, and she plays them In a manner which quite comes op to the standard set by tbe great masters mentioned. Marie Kryl made a reputation for wonderful musical ability In such cities as New York, Chicago, Cincin nati, etc. on a former concert tour. Bohumir Kryl and his talented daugh ters will appear under the auspices of the Leonidas Folk Chapter, U. D. C, at Reynolds Opera House next Wednes day night, Mar. 4, the last number of the Redpath winter course in Union City and the best of all. Community silver at Dietzel's. LOCAL AND PERSONAL Charles Ward, upholsterer, located in tl, Morri lilock. on Main .street. Erst store west of Methodist church. Box couches made to order. 1 bone 4J3, Mr. and Mrs. Key are in Paris this week. Dr. Jake Park was a visitor in Nash ville over Sunday. Mrs. K. W. Cheatham was a Saturday shopper in the city, Mrs. Ola McLean is visiting in Nash ville for a few weeks. All kinds of rugs at Home Furniture Co., phone 99. Steel noats are going now. Nailling- Keiaer.Hardware Co. Miss Bowden has returned from a vis it to Greenfield, Tenn. Misses Woodfin, of Gibbs, were in tbe city Saturday shopping. W. P. Davis, of Nashville, was a vis itor in the city this week. Miss Logan, of. Woodland Mills, was a shopper in the city Saturday. Misses Dodds, of Martin, were in the city Mouday visiting friends. My jeweler? Dietzel, of course. We can re-tire your gocart while you wait. Home Furniture Co. iboneyj. Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Adams, of Ful ton, were in the city this week. Miss Barnes, after a two weeks visit in Baldwyn, Miss., has returned. Every one is going to hear Bohumir Kryl and his two daughters, March 4. Messrs. Paul Ingram and Jake Brant ley, of Troy," were in the city .Monday. Virlnr Records, the latest numbers, at Home Furniture Co., phone 99. Read Dietzel Produce Co. 's advertise ment in this issue. Don't fail to hear Bohumir Kryl and his two daughters! Opera House Mar. 4. JiTdge and Mrs. F. W. Moore came up from Jackson Sunday for a few. days stay. Dr. F. M. McRee was in Nashville this week attending the Bible Confer ence. ' ' Mrs. C. W. Miles, Sr., has returned from a winter visit to San Antonio, Texas. Shades all sizes and prices at Home Furniture Co., phone 99. A call for 150 brings the coal wagou Union City Ice & Coal Co. Yoiir jeweler should be Dietzel. , L. L. Hays, of Clayton, was a visitor in the city Monday on business, paying us a call. '. Misses Beulah and Lela Allen are visiting relatives and friends in Selmer, Tenn., this week. L. G. Logan, of Number Ten, one of our old-time friends, was a friendly vis itor here Tuesday. Miss Pructt, of Water Valley, is the guest of her cousin, Miss Ruby Pruett, at Woodland Mills. Steel posts are going now. Nailling Keiser Hardware Co. Victor Victrola Talking Machines for ,1 tt r I sale, uaii nome ruruuure w., yuuuc 99. Silver polish Dietzel's. Mr. and . Mrs. Jeff Kee, of Ripley, Tenn., are located on the Dan Word farm, keeping house. Mr. Sullivan, of Nashville, was a guest of Dr. J. F. McMicbael at home on Lilac street last week. - W. V. Carter, of the vicinity of Rives, was business visitor in the city last week and a friendly visitor here. .Mrs. Sallie Alexander and Miss Zu- lene, of Martin, were the Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Milam. Read Dietzel Produce Co.'s advertise ment in this issue. Telephone Union City Ice & Coal Co. when you want coal right now. Miss Pauline Jackson is visiting in St, Louis this week, 'preparing for her work as trimmer at Pryor, Okla. Senator Robt. A. Elkins, of Dresden, was a visitor in the city Monday, ming ling with a number of our citizens. Mrs. R. B. Zaricor and son, of Ken ton, were in the city last week visiting Mrs. Will Bryan on South Ury street. J. W. Latta, of Shady Grove, was a caller here last week. Mr. Latta is a well known citizen and a friend of the paper men. Ever Ready fountain pens at Dietzel's Steel posts are the posts to buy. . a Nailling-Keiser iiaraware uo. Misses Gertrude Pardue and Helen Verhine are in St. Louis this week, the former to review her work in the styles of millinery. Have you heard that Bohumir Kryl and bis two daughters will render a pleasing musical program at the Opera House Marh 4? ' Coal Coke Wood Call Tel. 150. W. W. Caldwell, of Fremont, a well known citizen of that community, came in last week to sign with a good county paper, and we were delighted. . The Leonidas Polk Chapter will meet Thuesday afternoon, March 5, at 2:30 with Mesdames Nannie Beck and D. Y. Harris at Mrs. Beck's residence. You can't afford to miss hearing Bo humir Kryl and his two daughters. It's the last of tbe lyceum course, and as you know, "the last is the best" All kinds of coal at Union City Ice & Coal Co. We can re-tire your gocart while you wait. Home Furniture Co. Phone 99. Steel posts are the cheapest post you can buy. Nailling-Keiser Hardware Company. Miss Sarah O'Flannery left Monday to view the Btyles in millinery in St. Louis. From there she will go to In dianapolis, where she will buy a full line of up-to-date Eastern millinery. Miss Annie Phebus, who is attending the M. C. F. Institute at Jackson, will arrive home to-day (Friday) and visit her parents and many friends for a day or two, returning to Jackson Monday. All kinds of rugs at Home Furniture Co., phone 99. An all oak mantle, highly polished, for $5.00. Union City Lumuer Co. Mr. Luther Park has returned from Roswell, New Mex., satfsfied that the climate out there is not doing very much for him. Mr. Park is not altogether improved, but glad to get back to Ten nessee. Walter W. Agnew, of Pleasant Hill, came around Saturday while in the city to. renew his friendly relations with The Commercial. Mr. Agnew is a chip off tbe old block and one of the best citizens of the present generation. Victor Victrola Talking Machines for sale. Call Home Furniture Co., phone 99. Eyes examined free at your home. Write or phone W. T. Wilkerson, Union City, Tenn. 40-tf John Ratliff, who conducts a general store at Clayton, brought to this city Saturday the largest batch of chickens ever marketed here by one man at one time. It consisted of three wagon loads and the owner's check amounted to $325.72 for the lot. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Griffin, of Tip tonville, were in the city Saturday. Dr. Griffin is a candidate for Floater, and informs us that he will soon be in the field-with a list of speaking dates. The physician attended school at Troy and has numbers of friends in the county. Use steel posts if you want tbe post that lasts. Nailling-Keiser Hardware Company. Remember Home Furniture Co. wberi you clean house. They have polish mops and plenty of furniture polish. Phone 99. ' Mr. Chas. M. Nininger,of Memphis, who succeeds Mr. Woodruff, of the Cumberland Telephone Co., was a busi ness visitor here last week. The com pany has established a district in Ten nessee with headquarters .in Nashville, and Mr. Nininger was here getting ac quainted with the people and his work. He was also here in the interest of the company with reference to a proposed .improvement in our city exchange. Lawson Wesley Class. The Lawson Wesley Class of men was organized at the Methodist Church Sun day school Jan. 8, 1914, with 27 mem bers. Last Sunday there were 91 mem bers and three visitors, present. Those who are missing Hon. Joe Fry's lec tures are the losers. The class is grow ing rapidly. Home Furniture Co. handles good linoleum. Phone 99. , Read Dietzel Produce Co. 's advertise ment in this issue. Marriage Licenses. Ernest Gower and Lucy Cole. ' W. D. Harmon and Willie' Smith. John Stewart and Annie L. Winstead, D. N. Smith and Rena Wilkins. . Edward Klotz and Mollie Damron. . Hardy Newton and Ownby May Col lins. Chester S. Harvey and Lula Babett. COLORED. Alex Kirby and Frank ie Jefferson. Henry Wethers and Fannie Carson.,. Real Estate Transfers.. I J. D. Wrather to T. R. Litchford, lot in No. 6. $655. . ' Mrs. Sara J. Thompson to Peeler & Cobb, lot in No. 13. $650. t D. A. Peeler to Chas. H. Cobb and wife. 1 interest in lot in No. 13, $50. Tooka Francis to J. C. Cochran, lot in No. 5, $100. . Wilton Wade Land Co. to M. P. Brvant. 83 acres in No. 8, $7,470. Jeff Branham to Tom Coleman, lot in No. 2, $50 -W'atches repaired Dietzel. ST EEL, POSTS 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. 3F ' 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. Wi ;v NailliBg r Keiser Hardware Co Telephone 27 niBaEy Drainage Contract. The Obion River Drainage Associa tion met last Saturday to open bids on the ditching and levying of District No. 1, comprising 17,000 acres of land lying ,-r. tha mifn River bottoms extending westward from Crockett, where the work of District No. 2 ends. The contract will involve a .bond issue of approxi- matolv $250,000. and the work will in clude the ditching of 551,000 cubic vards and levying of 1,587,350 cubic yards, all to be done according to speci fications. The following bids were nieu: Mc Williams, & Co., Chicago, 7 and 45-100 cents per cubic yard for the ditch ing. No bid was made by this firm on the levying. Northern Construction Co., Elkhart, Ind., 15 cents for the levying and7J cents for the ditching. 1 R. A. Brown & Co., East St. Louis, 25 cents for. the levying and 81 cents for the ditching. . Judge Robbins, Tupelo, Miss., 15 cents for the levying and 7 cents for the ditching. ' H. Forcum, Obion, Tenn., 11 cents for tbe levying and 9 cents for the ditching. Geo. P. Wright, Oklahoma, 11 cente for levying and 8 cents for ditching. The latter two have the lowest bid, the same as that now in force on the pres ent Morgan contract in District No. 2. RHEUMA WILL STOP URIC .ACID DEPOSIT. Rheumatic Complications Checked and the "Human Sewers' Restored. The Kidneys, Bowels and Skin are the "human sewers" which carry off the impurities in the blood. When these are clogged Urio Acid sediment lodges ru the muscles and joints and Rheumatism follows. RHEUMA, the great remedy for all forms of the ter rible disease, checks the deposit of Uric Acfd. "I suffered from Rheumatism for six years. Tried different doctors, with no relief. I have taken three bottles of RHEUMA and am entirely free from the disease." P. W. Miller, Catawissa, Pa. -V. Tbe Red Cross Drug Store will re turn your money if it fails; 50 cents a bottle. ' ' - aJvt i Call 150 for coal of any kind. The Building Season NOVI ON 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.T. IVfloss &o. Yards south of Presbyterian Church. First Street, - UNION CITY, TENN. Cheap Coa Is not necessarily the lowest in price Taw - a f:v I s r FREE.?U 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 CO. Telephone No. 11.