OCR Interpretation

The commercial. (Union City, Tenn.) 190?-193?, December 11, 1914, Image 11

Image and text provided by University of Tennessee

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn89058321/1914-12-11/ed-1/seq-11/

What is OCR?

Thumbnail for

,V vx) i'-i V
1 r
. jr
Malle tihiis Youir Cliristmas Store
make this request because we believe our , store deserves it. The largest stocks, broadest assortments, greatest
values and the best service are here.
For Ladies:
A Set Fine Furs
A Box Silk Hose
A Box Handkerchiefs
A Pair Kid Gloves
Table Linen and Napkins
A Silk Umbrella
Silk Waist
Silk or Wool Dress
"Toyland and Dollville."
The worlds of joy for girl or boy Wonderland, where
dear old "Saint Nick" has brought his pack of sure delights.
To-morrow, Saturday, we open our Bargain Basement,
where you will find a large stock of Toys of all kinds, Dolls,
Doll Furniture, Merry-go-rounds, Pictures, Christmas Books,
Games, Toilet and Manicure Sets, Sweet Grass Baskets,
Serving Trays, Hammered Brass; Wagons, Go-carts, Doll
Buggies, etc. When you start to town don't fail to put the
Bis Standardized Store on your shopping list,
1-h'e place to buy all your Christmas gooas.
For Ladies:
Rug, any size
Marsailles Counterpaine
A Silk Petticoat r
Silk Kimona
Sweater Coat
Manicure Set
White Ivory Toilet Set
Traveling or Hand Bag
GIFT SUGGESTIONS FOR MEN A Bath Robe, Box Silk Hose, Pair Kid or Auto Gloves, Silk Umbrella, Aweater Coat, Box Silk Ties, Box Initial Handkerchiefs,
Stetson Hat, Box Shirts, Traveling Bag, Leather Suit Case, Overcoat, Cuff Links, Jewelry Novelties.
Do your Christmas shopping at The Big Store,
where you get good treatment and good
goods at reasonable prices
- , ..Ml I HI. I- -LI- - . -I II. .
lam authorized to take applications for loans on improved
farm lands in Obion County, Tennessee, in sums of $1,000 and
up for term of 5 years, drawing interest at 6 per cent, payable
semi-annually. Apply At Once. ; '
Phones Office 143; Residence 589 Union City, Tenn.
Insurance that Insures
ACCIDENT Union City, Tenn.
Local and personal
Dr. Glosson is down from Gloason
for a few days. ,
Mrs. Moooey, of Hickman, was a
Saturday shopper.
Mrs. Futrell, of Greenfield, was a vis
itor here Tuesday.
Bigger reductions than ever in mil
linery at Mrs. Arnn's. ;
Averitt, the electrician, solicits your
business. Phone 815.
Rock ford and Howard watches.
Dietzel. '
Mrs. Docia Bain, who has been very
sick, is improving.
T. P. Finch, of Kenton, wT just
ness visitor Monday. v
Miss Bessie Powell, of Crescent, is at
home for the holidays.
Community silver. Dieted.
Coal CokeWood Call Tel. 150.
TKe Christmas suggestions at
Wehman's are many and varied.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moore, residents
of the vicinity of Troy, are the parents
of a fine baby boy, born on the Sth inst.
Miss Roberta Tisdale has returned
from a visit to Nashville.
Miss Rebecca Reeves is suffering from
a severe case of tonsilitis.
Misses Ward, of Ruthorford, were
here Wednesday shopping. -
Parisian ivory toilet sets. Dietzel.
Don't forget the big 25c window
at Wehman'a. It is open soon.
Wedding gifts. Dietzel.
Profit no object. Prices cut to the
bottom at Mrs. Arnn's in millinery
and notions.
Mrs. Dan Beckham, we are glad to
ny, is reported some better.
Mr,, and Mrs. Taylor Warren, of
Number Seven, have a very sick child.
Mr. and Mrs. Latimer, of the Beech
neighborhood, were in the city Tuesday
Wedding rings. Dietzel.
Stop the leaks in your roof with Lum
Cement. Sold by the Union City Roof
ber Co. Stops leak on any kind of
roof. . ' 4 1
Mrs. Arnn offers real bargain prices
in millinery. The former reduction
prices are cut to a much lower mark.
Mr. and Mrs. Bolton, after several
weeks in the city, have returned to Ful
ton. '
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kaiser are oc
cupying the Jackson cottage on Lilac
street. -
Mrs. Jas. C. Davis, of Number Seven,
was a visitor this week with Mrs. Dan
Millinery prices laid low at Mrs.
Arnn's. '
Electric light fixtures at Averitt's.
Phone 815. '
Oak Mantels $4.50 and up. Union
City Lumber Co.
Miss Rose Newton, of Little Rock,
Ark., is with her brother for a short
visit in Southside.
Mr. Dallas Forester and little daugh
ter, of Beech, were here Saturday shop
ping for Christmas. '
We are glad to see Col. Whitesell
Harpole out on the streets again after a
long siege of illness.
Call 342 and 100 for taxicab.
Xmas Candy at 10c per pound at the
White Way Fruit Store. -
Give the boy a tool chest or me
chanical erector for Christmas. Big
assortment at Wehman'a.
Mr, Hugh Jones is at home in Union
City with his sisters, Mrs. W. C. Cowden
and Miss Nona Jones.
- Mrs. Watson, of Columbus, was a
visitor in the home of Mr. and Mrs. H.
T. Robinson this week. ,
C. P. Caldwell, of the vicinity of Clay
ton, a good friend of the paper, was a
business visitor Monday.
New manicure sets. Dietzel.
Taxicab for 25 cents can be had by
calling 342 and 100.
Specials for Christmas holidays at
Miss Flanary's millinery store. You
are Juvited to see them.
Dr. J. R. Thompson and little daugh
ter, Catherine Sue, of Jacksori, were
visitors here with friends and relatives
the first of the week. '
Mr. " imd Mrs. - Sam Wade, having
purchased the Phebe Witeon tract of
land, are making arrangements to build
a pretty bungalow residence.
All kinds Xmas Fruits at White Way
Fruit Store. .
Mr. Hiram Wilbanks has opened in
the Cobb-Peeler building on Washing
ton street the Union City Co-operative
Grocery Store, one of a chain of co
operative stores. . -
The gift suggestions at Wehman's
are, better and bigger values than
ever before.
Taxicab anywhere in the city only 25
cents for each passenger. - Call 842 and
100. ,
Mrs. Boyce Howse and children, of
Little Rock, Ark., will be here for the
holidays to visit Mrs. Howse's mother,
Mrs. Sallie Griffin. Mrs. Mat Hender
son, of Fayetteville, will also be at home
to visit her mother.
Parisian Sage surely makes dull, life
less and faded hair glossy, soft and
fluffy. Just one application removes
every bit of dandruff and stops itching
scalp. A large bottle costs but a trifle at
Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store. advt
Mr. and Mrs. Omer Gaston, of Water
ton, Wis., while making an extenxsive
wedding trip to points of interest in the
South, stopped in Union City a few days
this week with friends, being guests at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Prieto.
Mr. Gaston was the local superintendent
for the firm of contractors who built the
Union City postofTjce1 building, and has
a host of friends here who are always
glad to see him.
See th display of Holiday Gift
suggestions at , Wehman'a before
making purchases.
Big Muddy washed nut eoal is best
for cooking. . At Unim City Ice &
Coal Co.
Lincoln McConnell Coming.
The Redpatb people have notified the
ectnmittee that Lincoln McConnell will
fill his date ai Union City Feb. 2. By
this arrangement there will be three
Lyceum attractions during February,
one id January and one in March. The
committee felt that most any arrange
ment the Bureau might make would be
preferable to a substitution.
The next attraction, Adrian Newens
in ' The Message From Mars," will be
here on January 15. ,'.
A Brass Fire Set is a mighty good
gift suggestion. You will find them j
at Wehman's. j
W. O. W. Election.
Election of officers of the W. O. W.
Camp in Union City took iflace this
week as follows: '
O. B. Blewer, Consul Commander;
Dick Alexander, Adviser Lieutenat; W,
R. Lancaster, clerk; Chas. Powers, bank
er; Elmore Williams, escort; Holly Wil
son, watchman; Tommy Craver, sentry.
C.L. Andrews becomes Past Consul Com
mander, and the following appointments
were made: Managers Dave Yates,
C. L. Andrews, Jeff Bowden; physicians,
Drs. Quails, Loring and Adkerson .
New and beautiful china. Dietzel.
Troy Masons.
Western Sun Lodge No. 88, F. & A.
M., held its annual election on Dec. 2
with the following results:
Thomas W. Cunningham, W. M.;
Richard L. Andrews, S. W.; Br ice P.
Moffatt, J. W.; Thel Taylor, treasurer;
Chas. C. Lasley, secretary.- The newly
elected Worshipful Master then , an
nounced the following appointments: S.
H, Snow, S. D.; David A. Guy, J. D.;
Jas. G.'Cunningham, S. 8.; J. L. Peery,
J. 8.; J. C. McCaw, Chaplain; F. B.
Taylor, Tyler.
Arizona' saloon mn and liquor deal
ers have emnloved counsel to fight the
enforcement of the prohibition amend
ment recently adopted by the voters.
Frank J. Hickey, convicted of mur
der, was the man who offered himself
for experiments with cancer germs in
the Auburn, N. Y., penitentiary.
The White Way Fruit? Store makes a
specialty of Xmas Candy at 10c per
pound. -
Massachusetts has raised the largest
supply of food for the Belgians of tho
twenty-five States actively at work.
Two thousand tons of food for tho
Belgians was sent from New York on a
vessel sailing for Rotterdam.
Call 150 for coal of any kind.
Look for that 25c window you
hear the people talk about. It will
be open at Wehman'a soon.
Card of Thank.
We desire to express our hearfelt
thanks to those who so kindly aided us
during tho illness of our father. May
you be richly blessed.
8. E. Aixmond.
Mrs. Cora IlAKRiHoy.
Sufferers Tell of Winning Battles
Against the Handicap of
Sick people want to be well in a hurry.
A great many, perhaps most all, ill
nesses have their beginning iu derange
ments of the stomach and digestive tract.
Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy
starts in at the first dose to put stom
ach sufferers on the way to health. The
first dose proves it. ,
It is taken with success everywhere.
Here are the words of two Tennessee
people who have taken it:
avenue, Memphis "Have taken your
medicine and it worked ijke a charm
has removed quite a number of gall
stones. It does just as you said it
wou'd." ,
MRS. W. J. WARD, Sparta, TenD.
"I can honestly recommend your rem
edy to all sufferers from constipation
and stomach troubles. Indigestion
I seems a thing of the past with me."
praise come from stomach sufferers
who bave been restored in all parts of
the country.
Mayr's Wonderful StomaclrRemedy
clears the digestive tract of mucoid ac
cretions and removes poisonous matter.
It brings swift relief to sufferers frorrs
of the Hkmiaeb, iiver and in
testinal disorders. Many declare it has
saved them from dangerous operations,
and many others arn sure that it has
saved their lives.
We want all people who have chronic
stomach trouble or constipation, no mat
ter of bow long standing, to try one
dose of Mayr's Wonderful Stomach
Remedy one dose will convince you.
This is the medicine so many of our
people have been taking with surpris
ing results. The most thorough system
cleanser ever sold. .Mayr's Wonderful
Stomach Remedy is now sold here by
Oliver's Bed Cross Drag Store and by
druggists everywhere:-;; , advt

xml | txt