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I. A. COBLE
ENLOE CHILES JOE ROGERS DAN GLENN A. B. COBLE Union City, Tenn. Local and Personal sick VV. D. Walker is reported to be of appendicitis. Mrs. Harry Edwards lias been quite aick this week. Newest LaVallieres. pietzel. Mrs.' Harry Vincent is out again af ter a few days illness. Mrs. Vera Johnson, of , Martin, was a shopper here Saturday. Community silver. Dietzel. See good football game at the Train ing School park to-day. ', Miss Maggie Grisham, of Obion, was a Tuesday shopper here. Japanese sandwich baskets. Dietzel. Mrs. A. T. Mitchell, ' of Rives, was here yesterday shopping. Mrs. John Baird is at home, after visiting relatives at Jackson. Wedding rings. Dietzel. Miss Mary Leita Webster is recover ing from a few days illness. Telophoo Union City Ice & Coal Co. 1 when you want coal right now. ; Mr. and Mrs. D. N. McClure are in Memphis this week as visitor. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Walker are visitors in Centreville this week. Parisian ivory toilet sets. Dietzel. E. M. Stone, of Fleasant Valley, was a friendly caller here last week. K. Kimberlin, of Memphis, was here yesterday mingling with friends. Buy Christmas presents early. Diet zel. Mrs. Maude Innes, of Martin, is a visitor with Mrs. Albright this week. Miss Daye Hillis, of Greenfield, is vis iting Miss Lila Littleton, Church street. Mrs. W. H. Swiggart, Jr., leaves to day for Knoxville to join her husband. All kinds of coal at Union City Icefe Coal Co. Dr. M. A. Blanton and A. B. Coble are enjoying an outing on Reelfoot Lake. Mrs. R. D. Patrick, of Rutherford, was a visitor and shopper here Wednes day. New manicure sets. Dietzel. W. M. Miles went to Tiptonville Wednesday to look after some legal matters. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McCaw, of Rives, were in the city Wednesday vfciting and shopping. Coal Coke Wood Call Tel. 150 Mr. Eugene McSpedden, of Number Seven, was a business visitor in the city Wednesday. r Miss Carrie Jones, Mount Pleasant, Tenn., is Miss Agnes Coble's visitor on College street. New and beautiful china. Dietzel. Mrs. Fannie Reeves is a visitor this week with her daughter, Mrs. Fred Red- ditt, at Obion. .. ,B ( Clifford Houser, son of Mr. Clark Houser, of Salem, is recovering from a Serious illness. x You can get shingles for $2.00 per thousand at Union City Lumber Co. Mrs. J. M. Foulks and daughter, of Harris, were in the city last week visit ing and shopping. Engraved visiting cards. Dietzel. ale on M mm ut-Pnce 1 Beginning To-day, Nov. 6 At Rflrs. F. E. Arnn's Raillinery Store Big cut in prices. Everything: must go. Big stock to select from. Come early and get first selection. Mr. Jas. McAdoo,' of Uiis city, was operated on Monday for '',appemftittiis io Nashvil!e by Dr. Barr, with excellent results, and good reports come from the patient. Messrs. Meadow and Horner are at Fulton and conducted a large, lot pale there yesterday. It was a clean-up of the property left over from 'riir big sale last spring. V . i Rev. J. E. Rameeyer will preach at the Christian and Missionary Alliance Chapel Friday night at 7.15 atwiigairi Sunday afternoon at 2.30. Afl i'ordiall y invited to come. Roofing at $4.00 per square, guaran teed fifteen years without painting. Union City Lumber Co. Messrs. Frank Glass, W. H. Harris, Price Bradsbaw, Curtis Verbine, Chas Dismukes, John O'Donnell and others are in a party enjoying an outing on Reelfoot Lake thisweek. News reached here through W. H, Lamer yesterday of the serious illness of his father-in-law, A. J. Garrison, at DeQueen, Ark. Mr. Garrison, over eighty years of age, was very low. lue Union City Concert Band is un dergoing reorganization, with a number of the old members and new ones. They want to make it a permanent institu tion, first-class in every respect, and should have the support of our citizens. Stop the leaks in your roof with Roof- Sold by the Union City Lum- Stops leak on any kind of Mrs. Chas. C. Taylor anil baby, of Memphis, are here visiting at the home of Mr. John Catron. Mrs! Henry Hassler went to Nashville this week to visit her daughter, Marga ret, in school there. Rockford and Howard watches. Dietzel. Mrs. Montgomery, of Hickman, was a visiter this week with Mrs. John A. Wheeler, Fifth street. - Mr. Wallace Moffett spent a few days very plasantly tnis week with homefolks and friends in Union City. You've tried the rest, now try the best Jersey Cream Flour. Football game will take place to-day on the local grounds between the Fulton and Training School teams. Mr. Mentlowe Jones, a good friend of the paper from Number Three, was a pleasant caller here last week. Misses Dixie Caldwell, Grace Moore, Carrie Wehman and Mrs. Ruth Whip ple Sundayed in the country. Mr. Walter Pleasant, now a citizen and business man of Tiptonville, was a business visitor here last week. udora Mrs. John Board, Mrs. Clyde Higgs, and Mrs. Harry Hawkins -were here from Obion Tuesday shopping. Mrs. Russell McVey, of Paducah, Ky., was a visitor this week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Nailling. Mrs. L. O. Brown, of Bowling Green, Kv.. is a visitor in the city with Miss Tommie Malugen, Church street. . Mia Helen Peacock, of Tiptonville, is a visitor in the city with Mr. and Mrs. Webe Hawse, Harrison street. Gut-Price Sale in MILLINERY AT - Miss Flanary This is my First Fall Season in business. When you; buy a hat from me, it will be NEW. Tt3 Sals is en. PRICES GREATLY REDUCED : Come in and see me. A new consignment of the latest modes just received Mrs. Cbas. McNeil, after a week'i visit in the city with her father, Mr. M Glasscock, leaves Sunday for her home in Chicago. Mr. Lexie Williams, son of Mr. smd Mrs. T. J. Williams, bagged a fine wild goose at his home in Number Ten last Wednesday. Call 150, Union City Ice & Coal Co. when'you want coal right now. Rev. and Mrs. J. . Bamseyer are here from Fort Wayne, Ind., at the home of R. Garth and Mr. and Mrs, A. L. Garth. Miss Grace Johnson, of Trenton, is in the office of the Canvas Raincoat Co, as typewriter, at home with Mr. and Mrs. E. K. White. "Zudora" Mrs. Irene Dahnke and mother, Mrs. Watson, left this week for an overland trip in Mrs. Dabnke's car for Tipton ville and Dyersburg. The Commercial office is indebted to Mrs. W. S. Long, Sr.', for a very beauti ful bouquet of flowers, for which she will please accept thanks. Use Dahnke-Walker Milling Co. Jer ley Cream Flour, a home product and guaranteed. . ... - 'A party -f ladise, Mrs. John Joyner and others, will motor to Samburg Sun day to join the outing club, and a fish- fry dinner will be enjoyed. Eev. A. C. Moore and family will lo cate, at Columbus, Ky., where the min ister's work carries them and the kindest wishes of a host of friends go with them. Parisian Sage is an inexpensive home treatment that Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store guarantees to remove dandruff, stop itching bead and falling hair. One application makes the bair glossy, soft, and seem twice as abundant advt Cement. ber Co. roof. News reachad here yesterday of the death of Mrs, Emma Moore, wife of W. R. Moore, San Angelo, Texas. Mr. Moore was formerly connected with the Union City Training School as principal and the family is kindly remembered here. - - ' Messrs. Wrather fe Shore are at Dukedom, just over the line, in AVeak ley County, advertising a town lot prop osition, the sale to take place to-morrow. They are hustlers and will give Duke dom citizens a day's entertainment, as well as some lot bargains. ,, ,u-; ,. J. A. Hassell, manager of tb'TJtifon City branch Singer Sewing Machine Co., is making arrangements to open a gro cery store in the concrete block, next door to W. E. Walters. The building is toow being provided with counters and shelving for that purpose. Head colds, coughs, croup, asthma and bronchitis all quickly and safely yield to Hyomei. Get a complete outfit from Oliver '8 Red Cross 'Drug Store to day. It's the most effective remedy and easy to use you breathe it.'' iRfi ,; advt The congregation and community of friends here welcome the appointment Rev. Armstrong to remain with the Methodist Church in Union City, and of Rev. Waters to his circuit as presiding elder he is truly welcome. Rev. Arm strong is engaged with the work of erecting in Union City one of the best church buildings in the Memphis Con ference bounds, and bis services here are indispensable. Une or tue most convenient arrange ments perfected . in some time is the parcel post rater, a ready card calcula tor, issued by H. P. Cotten,. of 1 Rives, and sold at 10 cents each. Those who expect, and everybody is in the same boat, to forward mail packages Christ mas, will save time and a lot of trouble by getting one of these cards. Send to H. P. Cotten, Rives, and he will mail you one for 10 cents. Save hours wait ing in line on a cold day at the post office to mail your package. ' Irregular bowel movements lead to chronic constipation and a constipated habit nils the system with impurities. HERBINE is a great bowel regulator. It purifies the system, vitalizes the blood and puts the digestive organs in fine and vigorous condition. Price 50 cent. Sold by Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store. advt Of i ft 1 I o No one can afford to use common stationery. The one who reads judges the writer by the paper the letter is written on quite as much as by the words written. Attractive, stylish stationery is just as necessary as attractive, stylish clothes. jVe have the kind of stationery you ought fo have. HENDERSON'S We give you what you "ask for. Telephone 79 E 3E 30 MMEY TO ON FARM LANDS Mr. Wbite8ell Harpole, of the Home Furniture Co., is in Nashville in hos pital, having undergone an operation for gall stone by Dr. Barr. The surgeon operated Sunday, and from that time reports have reached the family" that the patient is gradually and surely gain ing strength, and that the operation has removed the dishorder altogether. Mr. Harpole was accompanied to, ashville by bis father, A. J. Harpole, and his physician, Br. F. W. Watsoni The friends here are indeed glad to hear that the reports are very favoVable for an early recovery... . ' - Wedding gift. Dietzel, . fi apples;: '. , 1 : ' !'. ... A car of New York Baldwins just re ceived. These apples are right fresh from the orchard in New York State. and have not been in cold storage, hence will keep all winter. Are a standard apff aDd a good eater. If ia need of a od sound apple apply to Davidson Produce Co. sample can be seen at our office, 126 South First street. . Will de liver to any part of the city. - ' " andB usmess Froperty ON SHORT NOTICE From $1,000 to $25.000 Reasonable Rale Call at my office in Dyersburg and talk the matter over with me. I make all inspections ' promptly. If not convenient to call, write me at once. yer County Hea CITY PROPERTY AND FARM USDS C. Q. WATKINS, Manager Telephones Office over Res. 126; Office 688 Citizens Bank DYERSBURG; TENN. Ilv Co. DON'T GET TOO CLOSE to the danger point with that old carriage. Just a little accident will cost you much more than one of our splendid carriages. Look over those in our warerooras. You will find them stsunch, strong and handsome. They mean safety as well as pleasure in your driving, v. . .. The Farmers Supply Co. INCORPORATED fi - II Successors to W. S. Jackson & Son. Delivery Wagons Union City, Tenn. Telephone 24 Next Door to Court House. , Good Job Printing a Specialty Here II 0 Davidson Pkoduck Co.