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ARE YOU INSURED ?
The uncertainty of life should lead all men to take Life Insur ance in order to protect those that are dependent upon them for support The Travelers Insurance Co offers the most liber al contracts at less cost than any good Life Insurance Co. Its contracts contain no Permit or Extra Premium for MILITARY or NAVAL service. Jno. T. Walker & Co. FIRE INSURANCE-CITY AND COUNTRY Real Estate anil Bonds .Agents. Union City, Tenn. Local and Personal airs. Dannie isayior continues very ill this week. Miss Lillian Wingo, of Bardwell, is a visitor in the city. Mrs. Harry Vincent bas returned from a visit to McKenzie. Mrs. Bolton, of Fulton, is visiting tier mother on Lilac street. ; Gold Medals at Dietzel's. y Call 150, Union City Ice & Coal Co., when you want coal right now. You want to see those refrigerators at Nailling-Keiser Hardware Company before buying. Mrs. Sam Wade has sufficiently re covered to be out again. Misses Peevler, of Hickman, visitors, were in the city Monday. W. M. Warterfield is a business vis itor in Nashville this week. Mrs. Drew Bacon, of Hickman, was a shopper in the city Tuesday. Pretty lace collars at Mrs. Arnn's. Let us make your Sunday cakes. Priel & Kaiser. Nailling-Keiser has the largest and best line of refrigerators and ice boxes in town. of T. C. Wilson and T. O. Morris, Obion, were in the city this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Alford, of Ruth erford, were in the city Wednesday shopping. Mrs. Carnii and Miss Pauline Marti- netti, of Fulton, were here Wednesday shopping; , , New Cut Glass wedding gifts Dietzel. You can find the Perfection Oil Stove, best made, at Nailling-Keiser Hardware Company. All kinds of coal at Uniou City Iee& Coal Co. Gilbert Russell, after several months in the city, left Thursday returning to v his home in Tesas. ' - Mr. and Mrs. Fonzo White have pur chased thc-pretty home of W. E. Cart wright on Flower street. , Mrs. F. W. Pardue has returned from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. E. R. Coch ran, in Columbus, Ohio. New Ear Screws at Dietzel 's. Get a pattern hat at half price at Miss Flannary's. Nailling-Keiser has the largest and best line of refrigerators and ice boxes in town. Miss Ethel Henderson closed her school at Halls this week and returned to her home in Union City. Mesdames S. A. Harrison and W. Z. Massengill will be at home from Gulf- port, Miss., about the '16th inst., ac companied by Mrs. R. Green. Belt Watch Chains at Dietzel's. Dr. I. A. McSwain, of Park, is one of the delegates to the medical associa tion in Union City this week. Mrs. White Fleming, of Hornbeak, was a visitor in the city this week with Mrs. Harry and Mrs. Tearl Vincent. Dr. J, R. Carroll and wife, of Hen derson, are here this week attending the West Tennessee Medical Association. Smoke "MASKETTE" Pc. Sandwich Plates and Comforts Diet zel. . Full line of midsummer hats in white, hemp, leghorn, panama, and lace at Miss Flannary's. Mr. David A. Stalcup and sister, Miss Hattie, left this week to visit relatives and friends iu Nashville and Gallatin. Mrs. Henry Frazier, of the Beech neighborhood, was the Tuesday guest of Mrs. Jole Craddock on East Flower street. Mrs. 0. B. Allen and little daughter, of Dyersburg, were in the city this week visiting the home of Mr. and Mrs. Zack Corum. Order from your grocer and we will deliver bread and cakes free of charge. f rtel & Kaiser. " Ice cream orders phoned to the Red Cross Drug Store for H. M. DeGraffen reid will be thankfully received. Prompt attention promised. bixteen rolls ot wall paper for one dollar at Caldwell's Book Store. Mr. Gould Fletcher and Mrs. Etta Boxley,of Little Rock, Ark., were guests at the home of their cousiu, J. F. Car penter, last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Harrison were visitors at Dawson Springs this week, Mr. Harrison remaining there several days for his health. Miss Ethel Pierce has just closed her school at Beech Valley, District No. 11, this county, and will be at home till time for the school to open this fall.- BeauUMI hat with parasol to match at Mrs. Arnn s. Sterling Silver table ware pleases the bride Dietzel. You can find the Perfection Oil Stove, best made, at Nailling-Keiser Hardware Company. ; Misses Woodfin and Miss Myrtle Dun can attended Children's day exercises at Mount Zion last Saturday. A large crowd and a splendid dinnerwas the verdict. ' Mrs. Frank Hudgius and little daugh ter, irginia, from South Carolina, are visitors at Warthen, the beautiful sub urban home of Mr. and Mrs, W. M Warterneld. We understand that Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Hibbitts will be back to Union City this week, and that they will locate here again. This will be good news to their many friends, who will be more than glad to welcome them home. Misses Ima Lee Holloway and Louise Shropshire, of Rives, were vis iting Sarah and Gertrude Agnew this week. Mrs. W. B. Romine, of Pulaski, wife of Editor Romine of the Pulaski Citi zen, and Mrs. Henry M. Fox, of Tren ton. Ky., were here this week going to the Baptist Convention at Trenton. ' Mrs. Lucy Smith, of Clarksville; Mrs. R. C. Donaldson, of Tiptonville; Mrs. D. Warren and Miss Mary Sue War ren, of Halls; Mrs. H. W. LangfonL of Henning; were here this week on their way to attend a Baptist Convention at Trenton. - Beautiful China wedding presents Dietzel. Perfection Oil Cook Stoves, best made, at Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. Miss Flannary offers for quick sale at half price all pattern hats in her house. Carl McMichael motored to Ful ton- Monday afternoon, accompanied by Misses Brownie Dickson, Beatrice Brown, Portia Rogers, Marie Sedberry, I enjoying supper at the Meadows Hotel, , returning home and complimenting the city of Fulton. J. W. Burney, of this city, has been commissioned by State Superintendent S. H. Thompson to act with the County Superintendent and chairman of the County Board of Education in conduct ing the State examinations for Obion County on Thursday and Friday of this week. - Diamond La Vallieres -graduation Dietzel. Try our chocolate rolls. No equals. At triel & Kaiser a new bakery. You can certainly find the hat you want at Mrs. Arnn s Millinery Store. Mr. Jake Caldwell's new home on the road leading west from Union City, is I going to be one of the prettiest couutry residences in the county. It is of the latest bungalow type with plenty of light and ventilation from every side, j through the large dormer windows. It is on the old site on the corner where the road turns at an angle from north to west, and a beautiful view. It will be an attractive home. Order the refreshments for your en tertainment from 11. M. DeGraffenreid. phone 100. Ice cream, sherbet, punch. (bowl ladle, and glasses furnished) and dainty cake specialties. I am equipped to furnish your wants, and guarantee satisfaction. v Horsier Cera Planters with Bean Attachment. Also Extra Bean Attachment that can be put on any Hoosier Planter Disc Harrows, Disc and Hoe Cultivators Vulcan Plows, Gasoline Engines Well Piping and Well Pumps Galvanized Roofing Mastic Mixed Paints, Varnishes and Paint Brushes PHONE 27 UNION CITY Mrs. Herman Scales was a visitor in Hickman this week. . .. , Miss Jessie Gibbs was a visitor in I Nashville this week. Hon Roht. A. Elkins, of Dresden, was in the city Monday. Mrs. J. T. Fuller, of Hickman, was a visitor in the city this week. Coal Coke Wood- Rev. -Call Tel. 150. was a T. P. Pressly, of Troy, visitor in the city Wednesday. Rev. J. J. Castleberry, of Mayfield, is a visitor in the city this week Col. Harvey Hogg, of Nashville, was a business visitor here this week. Miss Daisy Thompson will return this week from a visit to Marietta, Ohio. A MISTAKEN IDEA There are some people who still resort to drugged pills or alcoholic eyrops to overcome colds, nervousness or general debility, and who know that the pure, unadulterated nourishment in Scott Emulsion is eminently better, but refrain from taking it because they fear it "'ay lead to excessive fat or ol'sity. Tins isa mistaken ulca, because Sa.it a Emulsion f.r.-' ticngthe&sthe bodybefore making flesh ts blood-forming proper ties aid nature to tlyow oil sickness by building health from its very source, and flesh is formed only by its continued use. Avoid alcoholic substitutes for SCOTT'S. The Survival of the Fit,,.,. It is one thing to have a boys suit or overcoat fit and look good when you buy it and an other thing to have it fit and look well by and by, when the wear really be gins to tell. Atragood suits and overcoats are sold with an iron clad guarantee to fit perfectly and wear satisfactorily. If they do not, your money back with out a question. Special values in all the spring pat terns: $5.00 $6.00 $7.00 $8.00 and $10.00 Butterflies, the latest, at Dietzel's. Watch for the ice cream wagon every afternoon. Silver Slice Cake. Coal and wood delivered promptly by the Union City Ice & Coal Co. Mrs. A. J. INeims, or Uiubs, was a very pleasant visitor in the office this week. Miss Nannie D. Cole and Mrs. M. E. liowles, of Camueu, were in the city Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Pad Nolen are the pa rents of a pretty baby daughter, born this week. Be generous get something nice for the graduate try Dietzel. Hot rolls, doughnuts and pies of all kinds at Friel & Kaiser's new bakery. Call 150 for coal of any kind. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Logan, of Salem, are entertaining a pretty, new-born ba by daughter. Dr. and Mrs. V. A. Nailling visited Mr. Geo. A. Reaves and family in Clarksville this week. Mrs. Nailling being there for a week-end. V.G.CIaptt . Consps SCHOOLBOY . WANTED FOR steady, summer, part time, easy work. Must be bright, neatly dressed, and under fourteen years of age. Give references and mention day and hour when parent will come with boy for inter view. Good pay. Splendid traiug. Write to Box 300, The Commercial oflicc. Miss Gooch, of Martin, was a visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Briggs this week. Mrs. Vaughn Griffin, of Corinth, Miss., is a visitor tins week at the iiome ot Mrs. Sallie Griffin. Mrs. Will Colson, of Moss Point, Miss., is a visitor at the home of Mrs. T. R. Reynolds this week. Mrs. Atkison, Miss Atkison and Miss Thompson, of Hickman, were in the city Saturday as visitors. ' . Call 350 and get your coal and wood Union City Ice & Coal Co. ' See our. new cabinet mantles before you buy. Union City Llmhk.r Co. Miss Leander Jackson and Miss Mag gie Wood, of Hornbeak, were in the city Wednesday shopping. Mrs. Jack Hubls was a visitor in the home of her sister, Mrs. Hubb Scott, in the Hauser Valley vicinity this week. Rev. C. M. Zwingle will deliver the class address at Bethel College, McKen zie, theCumberland Presbyterian school. W. E.' Gray, of the vicinity of Crys tal, was a friendly caller here this week. Mr. Gray is a special friend of The Commercial. Mrs. G. B. White, Mrs. Seid Wad dell, Mrs. J. J. Melvin, Mrs. D. A. Lti- ten and Mrs. W. E. Scates attended the W. C. T. V. convention at Troy yester day. - . Rev. C. M. Zwingle, Miss Ruby Lit tleton and others will leave next week for the meeting of the Cumberland Presbyterian General Assembly in Okla homa. Order your ice cream for Sunday din ner from H. M. DeGraffenreid the Ice Cream Specialist. Phone 100. The best work at a reasonable price is what we give our patrons. Unioo City has one of the best power laundry and dry cleaning plants in the South. Your patronage is earnestly solicited to make t a success. A Summer Luxury. A little alcohol stove and denatured alcohol. Get it at Oliver's Red Cross 50 cents. - R. L. Harmonds, of the vicinity west of Union City, is at the Douglas Infir mary, Nashville,' for medical and surgi cal treatment. Mrs. A. F. Graham, of Glass, was operated on Wednesday at the Nailling Hospital, and her condition is reported very favorable. ' . Mr. and Mrs. F. J. . tith are in Troy this week attending 'e commencement of Obion ColIegef'rMr. Smith makes the class address. . , Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Gibbs will be at home this week in Union City and a royal welcome awaits them. We un derstand Mr. Gibbs will soon be building a new home. Mrs. R. L. Crutchfield, of this city, was given surgical treatment at the Nailling Hospital Saturday, and her condition for satisfactory recover is very favorable. There is one thing we're here foi to piake the kind of rolls, pies, cakes, doughnuts and bread the jieople want. We put the best materials and skill into their production. Order as early as pos sible. Phono 109. Dahnke's Cafe. Mr. Frank Bennett, of Troy, was visitor here this week and a very wel come caller in our sanctum. Mr. Ben nett is one of a family of the best meo in Number Six. He is one of eleven brothers than whom there are no better citizens anywhere. ' Among the good friends this week tot call or send their respects were Geo. Welch, Nashville; W. II. White, Miss Lillie Nolen, W. W. Mays, Mrs. Law rence Pitzer, city; W. P. Noah, Mount Zion; Miss Lizzie Guy, Rives: Mrs- Wm. P. Morton and J. H. EaswoodL Okmulgee, Okla. i , . . For Hot Water Quick. A little alcohol stove and denatured 50 cents. Bracelet Watches at Dietzel's. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hamilton art with the Earl Hawk theatrical Com-, pany playing a week in Union City om the Ligon Jot under canvas. This com pany has been playing to big houses every night, and the reportoire has given general satisfaction. Mrs. Ham ilton is a clever actress, playing lead irt many of the productions, while Mr. Hamilton does the heavy character ami piano work. They are a good teane and their Union City friends are very complimentary about their work. CARTHAGE WOMAN TELLS HAPPY STORY OF GREATEST SURPRISE Mrs, DuJce Waited Four Months to See if It Wasn't Too Good to Be Really True. Mrs. Laura Duke, of Carthage Ten n.' was a victim of stomach disorders for several years. She lost appetite and her weight fell off. She could not rest at night. She took Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy just a few doses -and found herself restored. In fact, Mrs. Duke's recovery was so rapid she was afraid that it could Ik; only temporary. So she waited from September, when she took the remedy, until the following February to pass judgment. Then she wrote: "I write you in regard to your won derful vtoniach remedy that I took last September. I feel better than I have iu five years. ' "My weight was 127-j pounds; now it is 147J and I can eat anything I want, i 1 sleep well at night. I would have writ- J c: before, but I wanted to how I ' y " got along." That cheerful message from Mrs. Duke, out on Rural Route No, 1, at Carthage, is typical of thousands re ceived from users of Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy. It denrs the dirrra- tive tract of mucoid accretious and poisonous matter. It brings swift re lief to sufferers from ailments of the stomach, liver and intestinal disorders. It is quick and safe in action. Many declare it has saved them from danger ous operations; many are sure it has saved their lives. Because of the remarkable success of this remedy there are many imitators, so be cautious. Be sure it's MAJTR'H. Go to Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store and as.k about the wonderful results it has been accomplishing---or send Geo. If. Mayr, Mfg. Clien,it, 154-1-W Whiting street, Chicago, III., for f r lnok on stomach ailments and many letters irom grateful people who hw teen restored. ' Any drugtif ran teit V you its wonderful effn-fs.