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(TJRAND TWO DAY MUSICAL FESTIVAL SCHEDULE Jt.Kb fc-UK LI-iAUlAUyUA WhliK r ,." v. . i r. , . , ' f s ' V 4& Marcus A.Kellerman Denton Or. and Opera Co. A I - j I - - i jV" v)r Cathedral choir, , AND . V ft t t his I .. . , . - J BAND - - - - I : . i . , a N Important and Interesting feature of Chautauqua week here will be a grand two day musical fwrtJvaL during whirh a m. fmm rh mnmini hnn, m .. On nn. 1a. . nf fhl fAutl..t f,,... A t.-ll.m h . i.- i.--, . 1 7 . . . ' w " uuu,lu uu w - u uiaumuc oaruone wno naa appeared in eoios wltn the Datnroscn Orchestra, the Theodore Thomas Orchestra, Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra and other sTSr. orKanlza. a recitaL Mr. Kellerman ha. also appeared la grand opera In Berlin and other foreign cite, but gave up a promising career In grand opera to engaged iSer .J f oratori" SrhSrSr. IZ nnmS! Z L t' ctoto will appear In one of Its notable musi; programs. The repertoire of the Cathedral choir includes short modem oratorios by such composers a. Buck, Stalner an4 Schnecker; also a number of old hymns, secular solos duets, quartets and choruses of a very high order, finally closing with a grand finale of an operatic nature. composers u buck, btainer an4 On the next day of this festival Bohumlr Kryl and his world famous band will present program In the afternoon, including cornet solos by Mr. KryL " hJ? rllfyL tVl U Fyl ' J" bad, WI" .Jr"1 n0ther COncert durlE the flrst Part of Pm, and the latter part will be given np to selections from grand opera by the Denton Grind Opera Com pany, accompanied by the band. These grand opera players will appear In special costume, In fact, it will be a grand finale to these two days such as has never before been seen aTa Chautauqua? ' THE COMMERCIAL Marshall & Baird, Union City, Tenn FRIDAY. MAY 8, 19H. Kntered at the pewit office at Union City, Ten km, econd-clawi mail mailer. 1 i I - 1111 PROTECT THE HEART FROM RHEUMATISM. RHEUM A rURIKIKS THE BtOOD ANt) Throws Off Comvuoated Diheasks. Weakening of the blood tissues by continued attacks of rheumatism af fects the heart and produces complica tions which result fatally. RHEUMA puts the blood in condition to ward off other diseases and .Radicates rheumatic conditions from the whole system Recommended for all forms of rheu matism. Fifty cents at Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store. s This letter will con rinee you of its great value: "I was so crippled with sciatic rheu matism I could not walk. Doctors could do nothing for me. After lak ing throe bottles of RHEUMA the rheumatism ' had entirely left me. " Guy Torley, 129 Summit avenue, St, Paul, Minn. , adv He Wants to Know. "Mother, why did you drown the kit tens?" "We don't want them, Waldo." Were they not sufficiently eugenic?" FOR RENT Furnished bed room in a modern equipped cottage near court- huse. Fhone 284. 4-tf. Can supply a few settings of the gen uine Royal Blue Andcttisian Eggs, $2.50 per setting. rtionoHi. 5 St FOR SALE Good milk cow and young calf. Apply to 8. A. Wade, Route 1, phone 581.. 6-lt pd. Don't Ruin Your Eyes. Buy a lamp' burner that gives the brightest, cleanest and whitest ever pro 'duced from coal oil. Ask ins & Dircks Lumber Co., District Managers. Union City, Tenn. . I'bone53. 3-4t LOOK Wbou you want trash hauled telephone No. 683. ' 3-4tpd r E. E. Jonks. WANTED White woman between twenty and thirty for housework and the care of children. Reasonable wages. Call Thone 211. Union City, Tenn. 4-tf FOR RENT My residence on Ex change itreet, furnished, or as many fur nished rooms as desired. Well located, all conveniences. Apply to R. I- Cum mings, phone 204. 5 tf T. R. CLARK TRANSFER CO. rhonefiS'J and G29. . CAN ALSO he gotten at N. C. and M. & O. depots Bgsge a specialty. . FOR SALE 320 acres rich Delta land, 75 acres open, 100 deadened and in cultivation this year. One large house and two smaller houses. Some timber on place. On public road, 31 miles from railroad station. Small pay ment down, balance 1, 2 and 3 years with' 6 percent, interest. '. Address Box 216, Greenwood, Mi. 6-3t A Card. Mr. Nute takes this method of thank ing his many friends in Union City for their expressions of sympathy during bis recent illness. It has only tended to increase an already stroug attachment for Union City as a real home place. Much more does Mr. Nute appreciate the petition circulated in his behalf both among the citizens and the pupils. To realize the strength that lies back of them both gives him renewed courage to press forward for yet a greater school in the greater Union City. Thank you is but weak, yet it comes from the depths of a heart full of gratitude for every expression of brotherhood and friendship. - Arthur C. Nitte. e We are selling the Pictorial Review Patterns. You 11 t . will hnd them to contain advantages that are not found in other patterns. ; . . . . $12.50 and $15.00 Suits to close for Next Saturday and Monday .SO n 9 5 FOR WOMEN Showing: of Mid-Summer O R . E S S E AND MISSES Call l.'O for coal of any kind. HEAD STUFFED UP? Hyomei Gives Instant Relief. If suffering from a cold or catarrh causing dull headaches or an itching and burning sensation in the nostrils surely try Hyomei. It gives quick effective and permanent relief or money refunded by Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store. It goes right to the snot vou feel better in five minutes. . No roundabout method of -stomach dosing with Hyomei -you breathe it. This health-giving medication goes di rectly to the inflamed membrane, all irritation and congestion is quickly re lived, the delicate tissues healed and vitalized. , Hyomei should be 1n every bouse lold. Druggists everywhere sell it, Ask for tha complete outfit tl.00 sue. advt Nailling-Keiser has the largest and best line of refrigerators and ice boxes in town. Silver Coin ReceDtion. One of the mos beautifully appointed social events of the season was the sil ver com reception tendered Monday afternoon by Mrs. J. W. Woosley. The handsome home was lavishly adorned throughout with the greatest profusion of choice flowers. Notwithstanding the heavy downpour of rain, many weth- ered the storm to partake of Mrs. Woos- ey's hospitality. Owing to the absence of several oo the program it could not be fully carried out. Miss Mary Dahnke very graciously entertained the com-1 pany with three readings, all of which : were highly enjoyed. Miss Jeanie Garth ' rendered two beautiful instrumental se lections, which spoke eloquently of her musical talent. No Methodist meeting is considered complete without a Col lection, so that was next in order the result of same was six dollars and a half. After the completion of the progrsm the guests were invited into the dining room, where lovely refreshments were served and much enjoyed. The verdict was universal that Mrs. Woosley was an ideal hostess. In plain and fancy Taffeta Silk; also Silk Crepe de Chine and, Cotton Crepes, both white and fancy. When we say (as we do say) that there was never another show ing as this in any Union City store, we speak with. the calm confidence of accurate knowledge. Facts as big as these need no verbal embroidery. First largest in quantities, greatest in .varieties, supreme in exclusiveness, unrivaled in beauties a quartet of stout claims. . . . . . . . . ''".''. ''."..'' . . - : I ' , Now, Ring' up the Curtain for May And you will find R. T. Curlin selling all New Spring Suits under value. You will at once agree that such low prices were never before coupled with such excel lent qualities. Saturday and Monday all $12.50 and $15.00 Suits (h will be offered at . . . . . . . . t)O.CJII - ' . Women's Silk Petticoats. Our silk skirt advertising is not eloquent, but sound; never brilliant, but always convincing. It is to the point. We do not argue, but state truths. When the truth is stated, our task is done. On inspection you will find beautiful lines of silk and crepe de chine skirts; also silk and crepe de chine princess slips, at lowest prices. So when we saw fair prices, we say it all. Novelty lace flouncings, 12, 18 and 24 inches,' white, black and cream to match. Wash Goods Specials for May, in cotton crepes, plain and fancy, white and colors. Ladies' Fine Waists, in Silk Crepe de Chine, Chiffon and Cotton Crepes. . Our Millinery Department you will find now brimful of the good things ot the season. Polite Pugil ists. lowing is' getting to be so polite that suon we'll see the high handshake in the prize ring. T. CHJ IN Have You Poultry Troubles ? Cure the r Jd yon cure the bird. Neariy all poultry troubles are cue to a disordered liver. Thousandls of poultry raisers who use it all year round to keep their flocks in good health, highly recommend AA STOCK & POULTRY wW MEDICINE It's a liver Medicine. Aiso'a strengthing Tonic. we Dee STOCK 6 fULTRY MEDICINE spicmlid cure tor liver uble, roup and chicken iioiera. Given reatilarl. with the feed, in small doses, it also makes an excellent tome F. j. Stowe. Purccll, Okla. 23c, 50c and $1. per eta. At your dealers. E, W. YOUNGBLOOD, D. V. -ft ' Veterinary Physician anil Surgeon Graduate of McKillip". Veterinary 'Glle'ge, Chiogo ALL CALLS ANSWERED DAY OR NIGHT Office at J. T.-KoS's Livery Sis Phones: Office 544, Res. 155 t,. Hit Union Gify, Tenn. WW f!