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Its articles, its stories, its illustrations, are the best that money can buy. It is a magazine to be compared with any home magazine in the country, regardless of price, without fear of contradiction of any claims we make for it. Its stories are by authors known'the world over. .,Fill out this blank and enclose with money or check to The Commercial, Union City, Tenn. Enclosed find 11.25 for which send me THE COM MERCIAL for one year and a full year's subscription to the WOMAN'S WORLD, HOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE, TEOPLES POPULAR MONTHLY and FARM LIFE to this address: Name Address. Social and personal Mrs. Berryhill, Editor. Telephone 140. Kindly report as early aa con venient. Shower. A shower given for the Methodist Christmas bazaar took place on the eveuing of the 6th inst., presided over by Mrs. Joe Rogers and Mrs. H. T. Butler at the home of the latter. A de scription of the entertainment was given last week in this paper, but the names wre not correctly given. A number of friends assisted in entertaining and the church received the benefits. Bircbett-Nichols. On last Thursday evening Mr. Henry BircheU stole a march on his many friends by going to Obion, whore be and Miss Lovie Nichols were quietly mar ried at the residence of Rev. C. C. Brown, who said the ceremony. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jf. B. Bircbett and is a young man of manly traits, while the bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nichols, of Obion,, and a highly esteemed and attractive young lady. The bride and groom left immediately after the ceremony for Jackson, their future home- May their lives be filled with pleasure and their pathway strewn with roses is th wish of their many friends. Kenton Herald. Misa Glover Entertains, Miss Grace Glover entertained last Friday night at the pretty country home of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Glover west of Union City, complimentary to a party of friends who came out in wagons, chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Richard Alexander, this city. The motif in decorations- and refreshments was beau ' tifully carried out and the occasion was very delightful. Following were present: Entb Walters ad C. T. Rippy, Pau line Caldwell and C. Fullerton, Louise White and W. Hawse, Estelle White and T. Talley, Lucile Craig and Paul 6oott, Marie Sedberry and H. Tanner, Sarah Taylor and & Isaacs, Brownie Diion aud Will Mitchell, Loulou Mott and J. M. Coldwell, Grace uiovor ana Joel Brevard, Grace Johnson and Jack Sowell, Gladys Williams and Maxie Moffatt, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Alex ander. or . ' Wilson-Hughes. . . v The marriage of Mis Leonora Wilson to Mr. Dan P. Hughes, of Union City, was quietly solemnized at the home of the bride, 1125 Peabody avenue, last HOUSEHOLD .';,,JLai.l,H ....; The Household a fa vorite magazine in a mil lion homes. Every issue is full of new and interesting features, besides regular de partments of Fashions, Home Cooking, Needle work, Fancy Work, etc. This is to the public. subscription This offer time. Better before it is evening at 8:30 o'clock, the Rev. A. B. Curry, D. D., officiating. The bride was lovely in a Tete-D'Nigre tailored suit, with a black velvet hat, and wore a corsage bouquet of valley lilies and orchids. Immediately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Hughes left for a Southern bridal tour, and after Dec. 1 will be at home to their friends at 1125 Peabody avenue. Memphis Commercial Appeal. a? Married. . Mr. Vora Logan and Miss Mary Gar rigan, well known young people of. the Second District, were quietly married yesterday at the home of the bride. Congratulations are extended. J Little Rebecca Atkins, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. 8anders, enter tained her friends last Friday afternoon with a little folks party. B. MABEII WAS MADE WELL By Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg table Compound and Wants v Other Suffering Women To Know It Mnrfreeaboro. Tenn. "I have wanted to write to you for a long- time., to ten you wnat your wonderful remedies have done forme. 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Mr. Garrison was born Aue. 26. 1838, near Jackson, Tenn., and came to Obion County with his parents at tbe age of 5. He was edu cated at Bethel College and was mar ried to Miss Elizabeth Virginia Fteates Dec. 13. 18591, at the present Mrs. Ella Catbey borne, formerly the borne of Maior Robert Ury. Ten children of tbe family are survived by five as fol lows: Mias Anna Holloman, Kenton; Js. C, Walter D., and 8am U.r De qiaeen, Ark., and Mrs. Jennie Lanaer, tb city, wife of W. H. Lanzer. De ceased was a member of the Methodist Chareb for 62 years, and lived rip in years, good works, and usefulness. Bwial took place at the family ceas- etery near Mason Hall, Rev. B. T. Fu zell conducting serviess. Deeased leaves ooe great grandchAi and 41 grandchildren. ' How's Tliis? We- ffr One . Hucdred Dollars Ee- nrftrd. for anv case of Catarrh that cai not beeured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. W, 3, Chknev k Co., Toledo, 1 for the last 15 years, and. believe him perfeatty cially able to carry out anjr obligationi made by ma nrau National bask or commbrck. Toledo. Ohio. X1UII V,U11III VHHW ...... , directly upon the blood and mucous aurfaaea of the syatem. Testimonial aent free. Price 75 cents farr tmtue. sola an utukkibu.. Take Hall's Family fills tor consupauoak. Gave It Away. "I have come to tune your piaao." "Who sent you? "I come from the establisbnnt of Biff fc Bangs." "I didn't request them to send any body." "I think, musa," said the man with some hesitation, "tha our neighbors clubbed in for tbe job." PUBLIC SALE. On Saturday, November 28, at 10:00 o'clock, at the Pettua residence, corner Home and Vine streets, I will sell to the highest and best bid der, 5 head of horses and mules, young good stock, 3 milch cows and calves, extra, 8 young steers and heifers, fine grade, 1 black bull, large two-year-old, corn planter, four horse disc, succees, plow, 3 breaking plows, 2 double shovels, harrow, wagon and etc Things I cannot think of so far away. Terms: Under 5, cash; over $5, note with approved security. . J. L. RUFFIN. v 7 - " i ) r. v it-tci f ""IT . . .... , . - . - - -"--ffliii'.mf MWitrf alii VijnS-f i Farm Life is & publication adapted to the everyday life of the farm folks, brim full of things that help to make farm life more cheerful and homelike. Special articles by au tborities on all subjects of interest to the up-to-date farmer. and get your subscriptions to us FIELDS' MINSTRELS DUVAL TO-DAY There were several hundred dis appointed people in Jacksonville last night and it was all on account of Al G. Fields. Al has been coming to Jacksonvilla for more than twenty years and every year he brings a better- show and more people want to see it therefore, and because of which, some folk have to be disap pointed. The Duval theatre Ja big mough for ordinary attractions too big, apparently for a good many of the shows that come along during a season but it is generally too small to accommodate Fields' crowd. In the good old time (not so many years ago at that, before people got so careful about fire and germs and such foolishness), it was possible to pack in the minstrel' patrons, S. R. O. solid, standing up and leaning a gainst but now! Well, the capa city and then "sorry bnt youH have to come tomorrow." So there are a few hundred folks with money and good intentions who did not applaud and langft and en joy themselves last night. In fact they were gloomy enough and could n't say a good word for Fields or his stow. They didn't get a look in. And then a?ain there we?3 about sixteen or seventeen hundred people, men, women and children, inside the Duval when the curtain went up, and they all sat and felt glad for about three hours. Al Field's has been in this line of business for neary thirty years, and while he doesn't look a day over forty he claims to have been more than five years old when lie started in the game. He has one of the best shows ever carried by a minstrel organization and said last night in his dressing room that his friends were still coming out to Bee the show and forget the war, and in goodly numbers right along the line. Fields' friends number way up in the vnn TtF.NT Tyro, mood room with hot and cold water and furnace beat, centrally located. Phone 262. 84-tf "Zudora" APPLES. A car of New York Baldwins just re ceived. These apples are right fresh from the orchard in New York State, and have not bepn in cold storage, bence will keep all winter. Are a standard apple and a good eater. If in need of a good 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. Daviusos Pboduck Co. Here in this shop we affer a of made-to-measure suits and styled up to the last clock-tick and "price-shorn" of all middlemen's profits. Drop in and look over our Fall Line. See the new Shirts Ties, etc. Shoes for everybody. Whe Toggery n 01Y I have recently completed connec tions whereby I am enabled to loan money in any amount up to $25,000.00 on Improved Farm Lands. I can get this money for you thirty days after application is re ceived. See me and let's talk it over. H. T. ROGERS First National Bank Building tig figures and they come straight ii n to the box office themselves and get tickets for themselves and their families, and never a time nas one cf them asked for his money back. The opening scene, a colonial stage cetting, presenting the singers, in strumentalists and comedians in gorgeous costumes, is brilliant and interesting. There aro no pauses or waits in a Fields' show. Songf, choruses, dances and humorous skitJ follow on each other s heels and the nudienca lautrhs and applauds and laughs again. The principal vocal ists in the opening wore colonial cos tumes of golden satin and with white wigs and buckled shoes, make a Bplendid appearance. They also can ring and last' night they had to sing everything twice and some of the selections several times befor. the great throng across the foot lights would be satisfied. Ed Hughes Harry Shunk, Harry Frillman, West Avery, Herbet Wilson, J. L. Habercorn, Jack Kennedy, Jack Rich ards and others were heard in fongs and ballads and all were well received. Joe Coffman and Bert Swor were very rnuch in evidence, fan-making, dancing and even sing ing. Al Fields, the only and the best of the regular, old-time min strels, is interlocutor, this time, and TENNESSEE COURT OFFICIAL J. W. Seaton, of Linden, After Years of Difficulties, Finds Won derful Deliverance. . J. W. 8eaton, of Linden, Clerk of the District Court of the Twelfth Ju dicial District of Tennessee, was for years a sufferer from stomach trou bles in part a remilt of his confining work. He tried doctor after doctor. He tried medicine without end. One day be took a dose of Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy, He Wrote: "Your medicine is the best in the world for any form of stomach trou ble. I am glad to say that after tak ing tbe full treatment I feel that I am well. "I bad very severe pains in my stom ach all tbe time. One bottle of your medicine did me ten times as much good as all the doctors' medicine that I took for two years. My family phy sician told me that I would nover be "variance" overcoats, TO LOAN Dyersburg, Tennessee he knows how. In ensemble sing ing Fields' singing forces are as fine as anything heard on the Duval stag 3 in many a day. s After the opening there were sev eral special features and all pleased the audience. Minna Ha Ha, an In dian burlesque, provided all the op portunity desired for strenuosity. It v as to laugh, and nobody made the plightest effort to check it. Bert Swor's hotel proved to be a good place to stop at for a few minutes only. Half an hour of violent mirth mch as this inimitable merry-maker provoked would be too large a dosj for the average man or woman. Bert is a good deal funnier than the pro verbial goat (and if he gets a raise on this I can't help it) The sketch called The Land of the Midnight Sun is a novelty and most interesting. The fccenery and effects in this are wortl seeing and the songs introduced are very pretty, ronville (Fla.,) Times. Fields is indeed the king of min trtrels. There is none other min strel troupe in his class. The Fields troupe towers above all others in the r.hole world like a giant oak towers above a puny, sickly, shaded saplinjr. The Fields' Minstrels will, at an early day appear in Union City at the Reynods Opera nouse. IS VICTORIOUS AFTER LONG FIGHT any better to-day I am well, I have gained twenty-five pounds." Similar accounts of tbe remarkable merit of Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy come from people who have used it in all parts of tbe country. Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy clears the digestive tract of mucoid accretions and removes poisonous mat ter. It brings swift relief to sufferers from stomach ailments, liver arid intes tinal troubles. Many declare that it has saved them from dangerous oper ations. We want H people who have chronic stomach trouble or constipation, no mat ter of bow long standing, to try one dose of Msyr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy ooe dose will convince you. This is the medicine so many of our people have been taking with surprising results'. The most thorough system cleanser ever sold. Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Rem edy is now sold here by Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store and druggists every where, advt i!W