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mea toe 5 for You Li Spring Styles in Walk-Over Shoes. The newest styles and shapes in footwear. Heavy soles and light soles. High heels and low heels. Tan, black calf and patent leather. Walk Over Shoes for men and women, priced from $3.50 to $5.00. organ -Yerliine Co. 4 Walk-Over Boot Shop. Removal Announcement The Farmers Supply Co. INCORPORATED Successors to W. S. Jackson & Son. Announce to their customers and friends the removal of the goods from Southside to "the building on the northeast corner of Court Square, where a visit will be appreciated. - The new stand will carry Jarge supplies of Groceries of all kinds, Wagons, Buggies, Farm Implements, etc., and guarantee goods of the best quality and lowest prices. Delivery Wagons Union City, Tenn. Telephone 24 Next Door to Court House. Our Policy : Highest Quality Lowest Expenses Lowest Prices Nothing Lost on Accounts. Don't pay for delivering other people's goods. Get Prices. Cash' Store Co. F. S. WHITE, Proprietor. "Worth More Than it Costs" Lots of farmers declare their telephone service is worth more than it costs. J. W. Hams, a well known farmer living near Choccolocco, Ala., writes: ' -" ; . ' "I had occasion to call our doctor not two hours after my telephone was connected with your exchange. My mother, who is very old, fell down the door steps and broke her arm, and 1 called the doctor. He was at my house before I could have gone to his residence, as he has an automobile. . . , , - 'We would not be without our telephone for more than it costs and appreciate the assistance you rendered us." Our free booklet tells how you may have tele phone service on your farm at small cost Write for it today. A postal will do. FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT Cumberland Telephone and. Telegraph Company INCORPORATED. No. 211 South Pryor St., Atlanta. Ga. . , Si Pays for The Commercial 1 Year LOCAL AND PERSONAL Mrs.J. B. HibbitU is vtsitinsr o Mar tin this week. Mrs.' Lee Watson baa been ill but ia reported better. Mrs. Chas. Kaiser was a visitor in Newbern last week. Mr. Tbelbert Taylor, of Troy, was a visitor in the city Sunday. T. C. Wilson, of Obion, was a busi ness visitor here thia week. Mrs. A. N. Dickson, who has been ill for a short while, ia better. New Ear Screws at Dietzcl's. A call for 150 brings the coal wagon. Union City Ice & Coal Co. Mr. and Mrs. Jerre Malone, of Hick man, were in the city Friday, Miss Mary Skeffington, of Dyersburg, was a visitor here Wednesday. W. L. Noell, of Huntingdon, was a business visitor here yesterday. C. E. LeDuke, of Tiptonville, was a business visitor in the city Sunday. , Mrs. Mollie Cary is visiting her son, Dr. S. P. Cary. at Cairo this week. Mr.'.Will Vaughn, of St. Louis, is vis iting his sister, Mrs. W, H. Griitin. Mr. and Mrs. J. D, Killion, of Tro tcmus, were in the city .Wednesday. Graduation gifts at Dietzel's.. You've tried the rest, now try the best Jersey Cream Flour. Miss Ella Engles, of Smyrna, Tenn.," is the guest of Miss Naidene Jordan. Capt. Mathis is having his home on Division street nicely painted this week. Little Virginia Curlin, of Hickman, was here this week visiting relatives and friends. D. L. Cox and wife and Dr. F. E. Wyatt, of Yorkville, were in the city Tuesday. J. Ai Baird went to Memphis yester day to "attend the Tennessee Press As Athletic Cuff Links at Dietzel's. Telephone Union City Ice & Coal Co. when you want coal right now. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Killion, of Pro- teruus, were in the city Wednesday shopping. Mr: John Bell is home from Chatta nooga visiting his mother and friends in Union. City. , , Mrs. A. F. Monrotus has returned home after a visit to relatives and friends here. . Mr. and Mrs. Geo. McVay have re turned from their wedding journey for a visit in Uuion City. Miss. Irene Patterson and Miss Ellen Maiey, of Newbern, were in the city Wednesday as visitors. Belt Watch Chains at Dietzel's. All kinds of coal at Union City Ice & Coal Co. Miss Nelia Duncan has returned from St. Louis after several week's visit to her sister, Mrs. Walter Carter. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Embrey are en joying a visit from the stork this week. It is a pretty baby daughter.' Mr. and Mrs. Pink Marshall and Mr. Marshall's Sunday school class are en joying a few days at Samburg; Mr. Hurtle Donnell, who has been at tending school at Martin, has returned to his home in Number Three. Twenty big prizes at Reynolds Theatre Saturday night ten after the first show and ten after the second show. Messrs. Lance Savage and Jim Cleru mons, of Fulton, spent Saturday and Sunday with friends in the city. Mrs. Will Green, of Atlanta, Ga., will be here in a few days to visit her mother and her sister, Miss Lillie Nolcn. Butterflies, the latest, at Dietzel's. Coal and wood delivered promptly by the Union City Ice & Coal Co. Mrs. F. M. Jones and grandson have just returned home from a pleasant visit with Mr. and Mrs. Gaither Jones.- Mrs. Joe Moss and little daughter will spend a few days visiting relatives and friends in Hickman next week. Misses Hattie May and JJIlian Clem- mons, of Rives, were in the city Wed nesday visiting Miss Mabel Littleton. Mrs. P. N. Jones, of Columbia, Tenu.( was a guest in the home oj her brother, W. H. Gardner, on Fifth street, this Week, - Mrs. R. A. Robinson and family, of Sparta, 111., will be here next week to visit the home of Mr. and Mrs.' W. F. Tate. Mrs. Ottie May Tisdale, who has been teaching music in Bedford County, Tenn., will return home this week for vacation. Rev. R. C. Dodd, of Shreveport, La., was a visitor a few days this week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mayes, Main street. Have your repairing done at Dietzel's. Mr. Stillson, advance agent of the Redpath Chautauqua, was here this week making preparations for the meet ing next week. Miss Virginia Swiggart will return to day from Randolph-Maco College, at College Tark, Va., for the summer va cation at home. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Pierce and fam ily, of St. Louis, will be in the city this week to visit Mr. Pierce's parents on Florida avenue. Hon. Finis J. Garrett was in the city Monday evening, en route from Missis sippi, where he made a class address at one of the schools. Master Robert JFields has been visit ing his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Gaither Jones, on Reel foot Lake and re ports a delightful visit. . Misses Ruby and Ethel Henderson chaperoned a crowd of boys and girls to a picnic at Gibba Wednesday afternoon, and enjoyed a fine day. Sterling Silver table ware pleases the bride Dietzel. Messrs. Joe arid Lewis Hibbitts have returned borne from school at Liberty, Mo., where they have been attending the Wm. Jewell College. Mrs. Walter Hendrix and children, of Columbia, Mo., will be here this week to spend the summer in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Seid Waddell. Mr. Melvin Tisdale is borne from Cor nell and his sister, Miss Roberta, home from Ward-Belmont, where she has been taking a musical course. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Johnson and baby are visiting relatives and friends in Wil son County this week. Mr. Johnson is with the G. II. Niles drug store'. Charles Ward, upholsterer, located in the Morris Block, on Main street, first store west of Methodist church. Box couches made to order. Phone 438. , Mr. Elbert Pardue and his band of musicians went to Huntingdon yester day to play for a lot sale at that place, conducted , by II. B. Horner & Co. Kindling at M. E. Church. Send your two-horse wagon aud $1.00 for a load next Tuesday, June 9, 19H. One day only. T. L. Bkansford fe So.vs. W. J. Edwards, of St. Louis, was a visitor with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards, on Church street last Sunday, en route from Memphis to St. Louis. Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Nailling are in Chicago for ten days, at the Chicago Beach Hotel. Dr. Nailling is taking special private surgical work during bis stay there. . 1 Mrs. Otis Bogle, of Blytheville, Ark., and Mrs. Rome Jackson, of Obion, were in the city this week visiting the home of Dr. and Mrs. E. M. Long, Third street. Beautiful China wedding presents Dietzel. " Twenty big prizes at the Reynolds Theatre Saturday" night ten awarded after the first show and ten after the second show, in connection with an ex cellent program of pictures. Twenty big prizes will be awarded at the Reynolds Theatre Saturday night ten after the first show and ten after the second show, in connection with an ex cellent program of pictures. : Miss Kittrell, of Mount Pleasant, Tenn., Misses Emma Ryan, Carrie Ry an, Messrs. C. M. Martin and Frank Smith, of Martin, were in the city Wed nesday, registered at the Palace Hotel. Sandwich Plates and Comforts Diet zel. Call 150 for coal of any kind. An ice cream supper was given at Pleasant Valley last Tuesday night by the society of young people of the Pleasant Valley Sunday school and of the Christian Endeavor of the C. P. Church. Cream was served to a large crowd of people while the Stanley-Walker band played. All Baptists especially, and all others that can, are invited to hear the new pastor, II. II. Drake, who pieaches his initial sermon in the Union City Bap tist church next Sunday morning. Services can be , counted upon both morning and night without further no tice. There will also be some exercises by the children at Sunday School. The ladies of the Methodist Church will give an ice cream supper Friday night, June 5. There will' be twelve tables decorated to represent a month of the year. There will be a children's table. If the weather prevents using the park the same program will be car ried out at the old post office building. Come out and enjoy the cream, cake and music. Spend the summer at SPRAD LING'S MINERAL SPRINGS. Not only you who need this HEALING water but all who want to camp in a cool, healthful rest place during the hot months. For particulars write "Spradling's Mineral Springs," Mulberry Grove, III. 7-Ct Mr. John Gforge, the popular trunk and traveling hag sah'Muan, enjoyed a few days last week at headquarters in St. Louis, partaking of the hospitality of his seniors in business and the pleas urea of the great pageant. It is said that St. Ix)uis entertained the largest crowd in its history last week and Mr. George enjoyed the best of the big show. ' Be generous get something nice for the graduate try Dietzel. The many friends here of J. G. Long, formerly of Memphis, now of Jackson, agent for the Metropolitan Life Insur ance Co. New York, will probably be pleased to learn that the young man is making considerable progress with his new line of business. It will be remem bered that Mr. Long is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Long, and until the past year or two was engaged in one of the big Memphis banks as clerk and book keeper. Lately he entered the insur ance business in Jackson and is making his way to the front. The company complimented lib work very highly and his standing among the agents. They wrote him to this effect and if it were not possible to write $10,000 during tho months of May and June. To which Mr. Long replied that by July 15 he would guarantee $15,000. We extend congratulations and hope he will soon be climbing up io the general agencies with some steen thousand a year, a I 'aekarJ car and a coat of arms. If you have the itch, don't scratch. It does not cure the trouble and makes the skin bleed. Apply BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. Rub it in gently on the affected parts. It relieves itch ing instantly and a few applications re moves the cause, thus performing a per manent cure. Price 25c, 50c and f 1.00 per bottle. Sold by Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store. advt Harris Concrete Co. Manufacturers of Concrete Blocks, Columns Silos, Water Tanks Walks, Steps, Cellars Foundation Work Curbs Gutters Let us figure with you .Phones No. 87 and 364 0 o Building Oj c f III 0 oi mi Utt Kinds Windows, Doors, Columns Shingles, Posts, Rails and Pickets Some Second-hand and Rough Lumber VERY CHEAP Askins & Dircks Lumber Co. PHONE 53 UNION CITY, TENN. E.P.GRISS.OM THE OLD RELIABLE GROCER -TWO GOOD LINES- Golden Gate Teas and Coffees Chase & Sanborn's Teas and Coffees THE VERY BEST THE WORLD AFFORDS FRESH MEAT MARKET THE. BEST Meat, Flour, Sugar, Coffee ' Everything! v AHfhandled in an up-to-date, sanitary manner. , No order too large. No order too small. E. P. GRIiMOM Phones 204-230 , Washington Ave.