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O n O ,.mm) Cm DOC DOCZZDOC DOC u n u o n u o Are Yon Sure of Youf .Baking Powder? Do you feel satisfied that the baking powder you are using is absolutely safe and certain ? Have you read the label to see if it con tains alum? ; Dr. Price's is free from alum or any doubtful or unwholesome ingredient It is made from Cream of Tartar, -derived from grapes, pure and healthful beyond any question. Sixty years the standard o o n (1 CREAM 1AKING POWDER Made from Cream of Tartar No Alum 3QC DOC FRANK V i mm Agents Club House, Lyndon, Charm Canned Goods ileekin's Coffees, Teas and Spices SPOTLESS FLOUR FranK W. Adaihs "We Deliver the Goods" Telephone 421 306 East Main Street Heat Just' Where You Need It RAW damp days and cold spells bring no discomfort when you have a Perfec tion Smokeless Oil Heater to supply just the extra heat needed. PERF SMOKELES TIOM HEATERS The Perfection is good looking and well made. Portable, smokeless and odorless. For sale by all dealers or STANDARD OIL COMPANY MEMPHIS NASHVILLE OF LOUISIANA CHATTANOOGA KNOXVIUE Small Fire. An alarm from number seven was sounded Tuesday. The fire being lo cated at the Trevathan residence on Ury street. Caught from a dining room stove, and was extinguished by the bucket brigade before the department arrived. Damage slight. Garrett Coming. Congressman Finis J. Garrett, Demo cratic nominee for re-election, has re turned from Washington and will spend Friday (to-day) in Obion County speak ing in the interest of the Democratic ticket. He speaks at Troy at 1:30 o'clock this afternoon and also at Obion at 7 p. ra. Everybody invited and ex pected to be present. Death of Miss Mintie Henderon. Miss Mintie Henderson died in this city at the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Lon Henderson, last Friday even ing. October 23. at 7' o'clock. - Miss Henderson had been sick for some time. She was 58 years of age and leaves one sister, Miss Lou Henderson Deceased was a member of the Baptist Church, a lady of the highest type of character and Christian graces The remains were interred at Beulah Friday, with services at the grave by Rev. Waters, of Martin. Use Dahnke-Walker Milling Co. Jer ey Cream Flour, a borne product and guaranteed. - W. C T. U. The W. C. T. U. will meet Friday, Nov. 6. at 3 o'clock p. m. in the New Church Chapel. Opening Song. Devotional Prayer, Scriptural Read ing, Mark 12, 23 to 44. Business! New business Report of delegate to State Conven tion. SvmDostum Plans for the year's work. Led by Mrs. Charles Miles, Sr. Closed by Mrs. Hovis. Discussion How can we be3t assist Martin in entertaining the next W. C. T. U. State Convention. Carried to Asylum. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Jackson, residents of the county in the vicinity of Reelfoot Church, were carried to the Hospital at Bolivar last Monday, accompanied by County Court Clerk C. S. Talley. Three or four weeks ago Mr. Jackson became affected and, continuing so without any apparent improvement, the misfortune probably unhinged Mrs. Jackson mental balance and she too had to be taken care of by the proper authorities. The iu quest was held by Esq. A. E. Caldwell and Dr The on account of a family of six children, all of them young and some very small, who are left practically orphaned. . -ocal and Personal Mr. Dan Hughes, of Memphis, was a visitor here this week for a few days. E. L. Harmonds, of Number Ten, a friend of 'he paper, was a caller last week. Engraved visiting cards Dietxel. T. F. Scott was called to Jackson this week to act as juryman in the Federal Court. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pardue are at home to a pretty baby daughter, born this week. Mrs. Arnn invites you to inspect her stock of millinery, furs and novelties. Mr. Floys W. Carter, one of our Rives friends, was a pleasant caller in our office last week. R. 8. Shipp, of the vicinity of Polk, was here last week and a visitor with The Commercial. Call 150. Union City Ice & Coal Co., when you want coal right now. Mrs. Dan Boone, of St. Louis, was a visitor here for a few days last week with relatives and friends. R. A. Rogers, of the Number Three community, was a fneudly visitor in our office while in the city. World's best Maryland Oysters 30 cents a pint, full directions now to cook. Cheaper than meat Kirkland's. W. A. Jackson, of Number Seven, was a business visitor nere id is wee and remembered this office. W. A. Jackson, one jof The Com mercial's good friends at Crockett, was in the city Sunday spending the day with friends. You've tried tho rest, now try the best Jersey Cream Flour. Miss Minnie Bo wen, agent for a num ber of the best magazines ano! period icals, was in the city Monday taking care of her business. Mrs. F. M. Burton and son, of Lex ington, Mo.; are here visiting the home of Mrs. A. M. Williams and son, Chas Williams, north of the city. ' The fall millinery hats at Mrs. Arnn's are pleasing and attractive, uau ana see them. OE . liar Glover. misfortune is indeed distressing Get More, Eggs. , - ' You can't unless your chickens are healthy. Use B, A. Thomas' Poultry Remedy. It cures Cholera. ' It makes bigger chickens, more eggs and insures a good , supply of eggs at all seasons of the year. Sold and guaranteed by Frank C. Wehman. advt Mr. and Mrs. D. N. McClurohave re turned from a bridal trip and are at home in Union City at the former home of Mr. McClure on Church street. Mrs. Chas. W. Miles, Jr., has returned from St. Louis where she has been under for a nf mprlipsil nnrl aiirinrAl alcill. and we understand is greatly improved, Big Muddy washed nut coal is best for cooking. At Union City Ice & Coal Co. - Among our readers and subscribers here last week paying respects were 8. F. Howard, Number Seven; Polk Mc Donald, Number Six; W. F. Latimer, Number Ten. R. W. Irvine, of Clayton, was in the city Tuesday and tells us that bis daugh ter, Miss Irene, is some better. Miss Irvine is suffering from typhoid fever and has been sick for over a month. Have your repairing done at Dietzel's. J. R. Whitley, west of Union City, has been suffering with pneumonia for two or three weeks and has been very sick. His physician, Dr. Roper, says this is bis third attack in the past few years. Dr. W. W. Hall has moved to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Alex ander and Miss Spencer will be at borne with .her sister, Mrs. J. M. Forester. This vacates one of the oldest homes in Union City, which will probably be oc cupied by some other family. Telephone Union City Ice & Coal Co, when you want coal right now. . Mr. Grover Wilson left Tuesday for Roswell, New Mexico, to spend the win ter. The young man is a Training School boy and late of the University of the South at Sewanee, Tenn. . He is going West for his health and we sin cerely trust that be may be benefited. L. E. Haskins, who has been with R. T. Curlin as dry goods salesman for a number of years, is now with Corum & Jackson in the same capacity Mr. Haskins would be glad to see bis former customers and friends at his new place of business and extends them a cordial invitation. M. E. Dickey, who has been a resi dent of the Elbridge vicinity for some time, has moved to the country north of Troy, where he has bought a good farm and where the family expect to reside in the future. Mr. Dickey has been engaged in the barbering trade, and concludes to try bis fortune at farm ing. These are good citizens and friends and we wish them health and fortune. Pretty bair increases the charm and beauty of every woman,' and it is now possible for any one to have soft, abundant, lustrous hair if luey will only use Parisian Sage, a roost helpful tonic, sold by Oliver a Red Cross Drug Store. advt o 11 Can Sm.J(AMm O i 5 7 AW n s- 7- 3 " M i N "v. hi '.' J r II If you only knew how careful we are to use rione but pure, fresh, first-quality drugs you would give us your drug business. V(m fairs afa if Vk nraatfmfina ravitr airrir triam VATJfc fill. o HENDERSON'S Telephone OE We give you what you ask for. U I IE Build- ing IL IVPEfP) 0 A" MS) la Ju. Kinds Windows, Doors, Columns Shingles, Posts, Rails and Pickets Some Second-hand and Rough Lumber VERY CHEAP Askins 1 Dircks Lumber Co. PHONE 53 UNION CITY, TENN. OBION. Miss Bernice Fleming returned home last Thursday night after a visit of sev eral weeks to relatives in Dallas and other points in Texas. Miss Johnny Lippard was in Union City shopping last Saturday. We are glad to report that Mrs. E. J. Sills, who is in St. John's Hospital in St. Louis, is improving. Mrs. Bell Light returned home Sun day night from Tigrett, Tenn., where she had been visiting her daughter, Mrs. V. H. Hassell. , W. A. Duncan, of Kenton, was the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Taylor Raw don, Friday of last week. Misses Myra and Mattie Lowe and Mrs. Cecil Lowe spent Sunday in Trim ble. , Mrs. Alice Steele left Monday for Newbern, where she has accepted a posi tion in the postoffice. Deputy Sheriff T. N. Tankersley was a business visitor in Ridgely last week. Mrs. Q. A. Nichols and little son, Edward, came home Sunday from St. Louis and spent the diy with their hus band and father and litte Miss Daisy Russell Nichols. M rs. Nichols returned to St. Louis Monday morning and car ried Miss Daisy Russell for the purpose of putting ber in school there, as Mrs Nich&ls will be in St. Louis for at least six months owing to the fact that little Edward has been entered in McLeati's Sanitarium in that city for a course of treatment for infantilt? paralysis. Mrs. J.'F. Pope and daughter, Miss Obion, spent Sunday in Uuioii Ony. W. R. Garrett and wife, of Martin, ipent Sunday in Obion. The many friends of Walter Grishm are clad to see him able to be out again, even though he has to get about on crutches. Mr. Grisham had the mis fortune to get bis h'g brdke several weeks ago when he stepped upon the back porch at the residence of A. M. Albright aud a dg run out at him causing him to fall off the porch. Kirk Wells,- of Glass, was in town Monday. Mr. Wells has recently re turned from Cairo, where he was com pelled to go to enter St. Mary's Hos pital, due to having an infection in a joint of one of bis finges. Mr. Wells" many friends were glad to see him bere again. . About one-third of the cotton that has been brought to town in the last several days has been baled and carried back home by the farmers. Misses Sadie Fry and Hattis Clenv mons, of Rives, were the guests of Miss Sallie Reeves last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Alec Forester, of Union City, spent the week-end with friends in Obion. Mrs. G. W. Reed visited Mrs. Joe Hall in Mason Hall Saturday. Mesdames Will Brown and Frank Pope were the guests of friends in Trim ble Monday. ? A. C. Davidson wits in Memphis first of the week closing a deal for a large tract of land at Lake Village, Ark. Commercial, Union City, Tenn. ' Gentlemen: I have had The Commercial too long to be without it. Believe X have been on your list for about fifteen years. We are always glad to get your paper as it's a letter from borne. I am now manager of the Western Union Telegraph Company here, and will ap preciate having my paper sent bere in the future.' The present price of cotton is damaging this country. It's worse than the drouth. This is an old estab lished town and full of fine people. Respectfully, . C. Jacksos. . P. 8. Enclosed find check for tl.OO, - FarmersvilkvTex., Oct. 24, 1914. (state of Ohio. City of Toledo, Luon County, ' . ) Frank J. Cheney makes oath th.it he i senior partner erf the firm of Y. J. Cheney St Co.. doing: , bttsiheMi in the City of Toledo, County and btnte aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONK HUNDRED DOIXAKS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of UALVtt CATAKRH CUKK. FKANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in ray pres ence, this 6th day of December A. U. (Seal) A. W. Gl,EASOrif, Notary 1'ublic. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inlernally and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces, of the system. Send for testimonials free. P. J CHUNKY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all lrugirit. 75c. Take Hall s Family tills for constipation. .