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LIFE INSURE WITH JNO, T. WALKER & CO. Insurance that Insures ACCIDENT Union City, Tenn. Corn 60c to $1 a Bushel According to Location. When you fetd Dollar Cora to'a hog you want to be sure he assimilates all he eatsr too expensive to waste. We guarantee that a hog fed with B. A. Thomas' Hog Powder will fatten on u per cent less reea than one tnat is not, this by actual test. Get B. A. Thomas' Hog Powder from Frank C. Wehman. It cures Hog Cholera. advt Local. and Personal ! 'IIIIEfl SUPERIOR ROSARY HILL HOME Tells How Vino! Restores Strength and Vitality to the weak, worn-out Ones In tier Charge. Rosary Hill Home. Hawthorne. N.Y, "I have been at work among the sick and poor for nearly eighteen years, and whenever I have used Vinol for run down, weak or emaciated patients, they nave oeen visioiy oenentea Dy it Une patient, a younsr woman, waa bo weak and ill she could hardly creep to my door fnr aiA oVirl urea laanlniy An m Mm.1'. arm. I aupplied, Vinol to her liberally ana in a montn wnen sne returned to thank me I hardly recognized her. She was strong, her color charming and her cneeks rounded out. These words are uttered from my heart, in order that more people may know about Vinol, as there Is nothing makes me happier in the world than to relieve the sick." Mother M-'Alphonsa LaTHROP,O.S.D., iiawmorne, .x. . Such disinterested and reliable testi mony shoold convince everyone of the merits of Vinol, our delicious cod liver and iron tonic to build up health and eirengtn ior an weakened and nervous conditions, whether caused from over work, worrvor chronic cuuiriis am! cuius. If Vinol fails to benefit we return your money. Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store Union City, Tenn. For acute conjunctivitis (common red. sore eyes) no remedy in the world equala Dr. Black's Eye Water. The most aggravated cases are often cured in thirty-six hours by this celebrated remedy. Sent by mail on receipt of price, 25c. Address: J. R. Black Medicine Co., Manufacturers, Kennctt, Mo. For sale by all druggists. CHARLES WARD UPHOLSTERER High-Class -work in Furniture Repairing and Refinishing. First-Class Work Guaranteed. Prompt Service. Leather Verk a Specialty Box Couches Made to Order. Concrete Block. Church Street, iirst door west of Metcalfe's Laundry Telephone ,438. Non-Resident Notice. T. State of Tennessee, ex rel. Frank M. Thompson, Attotney-General, .. vs. W. C. Farriaetal. Chancery Court, Obion County, Tenn. In the above styled cause it appear ing to the Clerk and Master from the bill of complaint, wmcn is sworn io, that the defendants, the heirs of Solo moo Greer and Maria Brooks, or Maria Greer, are unknown, and tneir names cannot be ascertained upon diligent in quiry so that ordinary process of law cannot be served upon then. It is there fore hereby ordered that the said above mentioned defendants appear before the Clsrk and Master of the Chancery Court of Obion County, Tennessee, on or be fore the first Monday in November, 1914, that being a regular rule day of said Chancery Court, and make defense to the said bill, or the same will be taken as confessed by them and the said cause set for hearing ex -parte as to them. It is further ordered that pub lication of this notice be made for four consecutive weeks in The Commercial, a weekly newspaper published in Obion Coanty, Tennessee. This September 26, 1914. GEO. A. GIBBS. 07.41 Clerk and Master. " J. W. Rankin, Sol. for Compl't , . See the new styles at Mrs. Arnn's. We will for a limited time exchange merchandise for cotton at 7i cents per pound or accept it on account from our customers at that price. J. A. Coble, Son & Co is a business visitor Mrs. C. E. Fitzpatrick, of Helena, Ark., is in the city visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.W. II. Gardner, Fifth street. A. J. Pitts and Murpby Blair, of Mur freesboro, Tenn., were in the city Sun day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Pitts. ' We will for a limited time exchange merchandise for cotton at 7i cent3 per pound or accept it on accou&t from our customers at that price. J. A. Coble, Son & Co. " Tf Edwards H. in St. Louis. ' . Mrs. R. A. Napier is a visitor in Nash ville this week. . I'm in love with Chas. Dietzel's jew elry. Dr. F. M. McRee was in Nashville, the first of the week. . Mr. Frank Glass has been very sick with tonsilitis this week. Telephone Union City Ice 4 Coal Co. when you want coal right now. , B. D. Coulter returned Tuesday from a business trip to Texas. Miss Margaret Curlin has been sick this week with tonsilitis, If you want two suits for the price of one, visit Kirby's clothing sale. Mrs. Elizabeth Houser has returned from a visit to Memphis. ; Born to Mr. and Mrs. Council Baraes, near Antioch, a fine boy. ' You've tried the rest, now try the best Jersey Cream Flour. W. E. Hudgins was a business visitor in Huntingdon this week. Dr. J. Lee Austin, of Jackson, was a visitor in the city Tuesday. . Our entire line of clothing roust be sold regardless of cost. I. S. Kirby. Mrs, Yilkers, of Hickman, Ky., was a caller in Union City Tuesday. j Miss Minnie Bell riatt, ot iKionage, was a visitor in the city this week. ' Buying Dietzel's jewelry is like court ing a widow. You can not overdo it. J, M. Caldwell and family, of Prote- mus, were in town Monday enopping. The W. C.T. U. will meet Friday (to-day) at 3 p. m. at the New Church. We are closing out our entire line of men's and boy's clothing. I. 8. Kirby. Dr. F. M. McRee went to Nashville this week to look on at the political game. Dr. HawkesMittle daughter, at home on Lilac street, has been very sick this Week Handsome wedding presents Dietzel. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Griffin, of Tipton ville. were in the city as visitors this week. ..,.. . ... ., Misses Jessie and Mary Hurt, of Mar tin, were in the city this week visiting and shopping The fall millinery hats at Mrs. Arnn's are pleasing ana attractive, uau anu see them. , Mrs. J. D. Porter, of faefeville, is a visitor in the home of Judge and Mrs W. II. Swiggart Mrs. Lon Jones and ' dauglrter and Mrs. Conn, of Fulton, were m the city Wednesday shopping. Bie Muddy washed nut coal is best for cooking. Call 150. Union City Ice & Coal Co, Mrs. Patrick, Mrs. Barton and Mrs. Locke, of Rutherford, were in the city Wednesday shopping. B. H. Whitley is in Nashville attend- ing tne state meeting 01 we uraou Lodge Knights of Honor. Use Dahnke-Walker Milling Co. Jer sey Cream Flour, a home product and guaranteed. Mr. and Mrs. Will Caldwell, of Fre-, mont, spent the day in the city Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Nichols. Miss Chloe Holloway and Miss Verna Wise were the house guests oi their aunt, Mrs. Annie Holloway, last week. New millinery, notions, etc.. complete in every way at Mrs. Arnn's. An early call will be appreciated. Mrs. Jones G. GriiTith, of May field, ... . .1 1 .tt was a visitor 11 ere mis ween wua ner parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Andrews. Mrs. S. A. Brown visited Mrs. Hous ton Starnes at Obion from Saturday till Monday and attended the Baptist meet ing. W7e will for a limited time exchange merchandise for cotton at 71 cents per pound or accept it on account from our customers at mat price. j. a. ouie, Son & Co. . Beautiful La Valliers Dietzel. 1 Miss Charlotte Voorheis, of Oran, Mo., was a visitor here this with friends, enjoying a few days vacation from her school work. Dr. Crain, pastor of the Baptist Church at Milan, was a visitor in the city during the reunion, and a guest of bis friend, Dr. J. B. Adkerson. If you want to save money on your suit, call and see our line of men's and boy's clothing. I. S. Kirby. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Schleifer have announced the arrival of a fine boy this week, and his name is David Lewis, born on the 13th inst. Miss Alice Nash, who is attending school at Murfreesboro, came home this week to take part in her sister's wed ding, the Martin-Nash nuptials. LOST. A gray raincoat, manufac turers' name, Washington Raincoat Co., stamped under collar. Reward for re turn. 29-lt Dr. C. W. Miles. A. COBLE ENLOE CHILES JOE ROGERS DAN GLENN A. B. COBLE YAJnion City,- Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Parsley, who have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Brummel in the city, will re turn to their home in Dennison, Texas, next week. Gov. Ben W. Hooper, en route over the State in his campaign for re-election, was the distinguished guest at the Beeches ot Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Head, Jr., over Sunday. If you want a farm of any size, ten acres up, come to see us. it costs you nothing to look ot these farms. Davis & Russell, Real Estate Agents. Col. Thomas Whitnell and about sixty other good Republican brethren, of Martin, heard Gov. Hooper speak here Monday. They returned home on special car. Mrs. J. C. Reynolds and grandchil aren, unariey mil and Margaret, ac companied by C. J. Reynolds, will re turn from Weaverville, N. C," to-morrow for the winter. ' We will for a limited time exchange merchandise for cotton at 7i cents per pound or accept it on account from our customers at that price. J. A. Coble, Son & Co. Sir. Fletcher Akin has been certified for a Civil Service position in Nashville and has gone to take up the discharge of bis duties. Mr. Stover has charge of his school at Pleasant Valley. At the meeting of the Session of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church of this city Elder J. W; Burney was elected to represent the church at the meeting of the West Tennessee Synod, which will convene at Milan, Tenn., on Tuesday, Oct. 20, 1914, at 7.30 o'clock p. m. To surely and safely rid yourself of catarrh get a Hyomei outfit from Oh ver's Red Cross Drug Store. There is no better remedy, yet harmless, pleasant and easy to use you breathe it. advt MAU IS THE TIME MVTT ot buy your winter Boo Air is the best that comes Union City r to t 1 ZTTT. M, r 4 VH T At-No. 150 and our wagon will be "on the way." Union City Ice & Coal Go. Guests of the Martin-Nash wedding Wednesday night in Union City were Mr. Tom Martin, Mrs. Gardner, Mr. John Gardner, Wm. Rankin, Messrs. John Marshall and Clagett Martin, Mar tin. Miss Esther Thompson, Fulton; Miss Mary Ridgway, Mayfield; Misses Annie Martin and Betsie Jane Clagett, Centreville; Mr. and Mrs. H..,G.. Kit trell, Mount Pleasant. We will for a limited time exchange merchandise for cotton at 7J cents per pound or accept it on account from our customers at that price. J. A. Coble, Son & Co. ' - ' .: ' Entertained. Mrs. Sam Brummel entertained Tues day afternoon in honor of Mrs. Sam Holman, of Number Sixteen and of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Parsley of Denni son, Texas. Going out of the clothing business. Call and see the wonderful saving in price. I. S. Kirby. Coming. v ' "Bunyan's Pilgrims Progress," the greatest religious picture ever made, will be shown at the Opera House next Mon day, Oct. 19. Illustrated with Edison's new diamond disc talking machine. Four reels. Admission 5 and 10 cents. -1-1 r.. focH cooking. At Coal Co. . hed. nut Union COftI City in hpt Ice & Bryan at Gibbs and Martin. The whirlwind campaign of William Jennings Bryan through Tennessee on a special train will include appointments at Martin and Gibbs, and thousands of people will be present at both places to hear the great commoner. Mr. Bryan is making a tour of the State in behalf of T. C. Rye, Democratic nominee for Governor of Tennessee. We wiil for a limited time exchange merchandise for cotton at 71 cents per pound or accept it on account from our customers at that price. J. A. Coble, Son fe Co. Speaking at Obion. Judge Jones, G. R. McDade and En- loe Chiles, accompanied by Esq. Wilson, went to Obion Wednesday afternoon, where Judge Jones made a campaign speech for the Democratic nominee for Governor. Judge , Jones kindly filled Mr. Frazier's appointment at Obion, and he was greeted by a large number of the Democrats of that part of the county, If your hair is fading, too dry, or fall ing out, surely use Parisian Sage, the delightful and inexpensive tonic sold at Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store, It sup plies all hair needs. One application removes dandruff, stops itching head and makes the hair fluffys soft and lus trous, advt Masonic The Masons at Troy of Western Sun Lodge, 'one of the oldest in the county, perhaps the first organization in the county, celebrated the seventy-fifth an niversary of the lodge last Friday after noon and evening with degree work. Masonic lectures and a 6 o'clock ban quet. There were one hundred mem bers of the lodge present, besides the ladies who served the banquet at that dinner hour. It was an event extraor dinary of that lodge with elaborate preparations and special exercises and a thoroughly delightful fraternal affair. We will for a limited time exchange merchandise for cotton at 7f cents per pound or accept it on account from our customers at that price. J. A. Coble, Son & Co. Mrs. Gilreath to Lecture. ! 1 Mrs. Mamie Burnham Gilreath, of Cartersville, Ga., State evangelist, lec turer and organizer of the Georgia Wornao.s Christian Temperance Union. will speak at the Cumberland Presby terian Church in Union City Oct. 18. Everybody invited to come and hear this gifted woman. Mrs. Gilreatn will be beard in the forenoon at 11 o'clock in a Bible read ing at the" First Christian Church. Brilliant in mind, graceful in speech and consecrated in heart, Mrs. Gilreath will charm and bless all who crowd to bear ber." Golden Age, Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. Lem Gilreath s Bible Readings are unsurpassed in deep spiritual iusigbt and high Christian ideals in woman hood." Columbus, Ga., Daily.. Business Men's Club. The regular meeting of the Union City Business Men's Club was held at tjxe City Hall Tuesday night, and a number of matters discussed. The cot ton situation engaged the attention of the club for some time and finally a mo tion was passed that a committee be appointed to interest the merchants in taking cotton at 2" cents on account and trade. By this means it is hoped to overome the depression to some ex tent. , Some advertisements of this nature appear in the paper this week, and we understand that a number have adopted the plan. They are allowing at the rate of 2 cents in the seed on account and in trade. The cotton situation is very serious in the South, and quite a number of people in this vicinity are affected. ' Some who are cropping on the shares are not even able to have the picking done with mar ket price around 2 cents. Our business men are trying to relieve the situation to some extent by adopting these measures. Committees for the meeting of the League of the West Tennessee Business Men's Clubs to be held next Tuesday were appointed, as follows: On entertainment: . S. D. Woosley, O. T. Fickard, A. J. Rainey. " On reception: O. T. Pickard, J. C Burdick, Geo. Dahnke, J. A. Cobl. , J. P. Verhine, W. M. Nailling, E. 1: . Marshall. On cars: Dr. W. M. Turner, J. A. Wheeler, Walter Howell. Series of Sermons. Rev. C. M. Zwingle is preaching a series of sermons at the Cumberland Presbyterian Church on each Sunday morning on the subject of "Religion and the Church. " On last Sunday morning the subject of the "Attitude of the Indi vidual Toward Religion and the Church 'The Spirit of Worship'" At the evening service the subject of the "Re lationship of the Individual to Religion and the Church His Privilege." On On next Sunday morning the subject will be, "The Relationship of the In dividual to the Sunday School, and the relation of the Sunday School to Relig ion and the Church." The series will be continued each Sunday for several weeks, and it is expected that the study of these subjects will create a larger in terest in the general work of the church, and stimulate a larger attendance. Both sermons last Sunday were delivered to large audiences. , Drink ye at Dietzel's fountain. . " ill III Our policy: Highest Quality Lowest Expenses Lowest Prices Nothing Lost on Accounts. Don't pay for delivering other people's goods. Get Prices. , Gash vStore Co. F. S. WHITE, Proprietor. A RG AI In Real Estate One 6-room house on Division street; close in and all conveniences. One 8-room house on East Church street. 114 acres, 6 miles of Union City. - . 132 acres, 4 miles of Union City. ' Any of these can be sold cheap and on easy terms. Let us show you. White & Quinn The uilding Season OW ON We have every sort of building and finishing lumber . you're apt to need, including FRAMING, FLOORING, CEILING, Doors snd iiiiuOwS) Sliin?l3s SIDING A visit to our yards will be appreciated. Come and ' inspect our stock for your own satisfaction. C.T. Moss 2i Co. Yards south of Presbyterian Church. First Street, - UNION CITY, TENN.