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Here's yule-tide greetings to ye editors of The Commercial and all i's corres pondents. "If we could all see, and always see, the essential force which is in every good act, however slight it is, bow dif ferent our lives would be." Messrs. W. J. Caldwell, of Vander tilt, and Felan Kilgore, of the Uni versity of vnoxville, will be io for the holidays. "The effective and receptive life are one. No sweep of the arm that does some work for God but harvests also some more of the truth of God, and sweeps it into the treasury of the life." Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wade, of Home, Ga., during the holidays will be guests in the families of Hon. T. J. Bonner and Mrs. Jane Wade. " If God gives a man social position, or education, orjligious influence, He does it for a purple; and the cowardice or the modesty with which a man some' times ignores the fact defeats the pur pose." Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hovis, of Union City, are spending the week with Mrs Mat Hovis and other relatives. lave you read "Eyes of the World?" Yoi will find the fourteentn chapter just about perfrW you will have been up to the top of tbo San Bernardino without the trouble and expense of a trip across the continent and a days steady mountain climb. This book is in the Leisure Hour Library. The call meeting of the Order of the Eastern Star will be Thursday afternoon of the 31st. Time, 1:30 o'clock. ; W. V. Carter, a few days since, roceived a consignment of game fish, red snappers, from Pensacola, Fla., gift of her son, Austin. The Stork last Sabbath left a yultide offering with Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hollo . ray. " It's a daughter. Since the cold snap everybody is hog killing. , B. J. Wade sent seven in off the pole, receiving near two hundred dollars for same. Mr. and Mrs. Long, of Jackson, will come in next week and will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Huse Davis. Mrs. Floys Carter, of Number Seven, was in town Thursday. "The world centers in and depends on man. It is what be makes it. And man is capable of being possessed by God, filled with His spirit, echoing His character." , , Mrs. Wallace Crockett, of Troy, was the past week a guest of her daughter, Mrs. S. B. Hays. The brick work to the college is com pleted. ' When the weather moderates the work will be pushed to completion. ' The Star of Bethlehem is in the East. As ever the angels are hovering near, the beautiful Christ-child is here. Like the wise men of the East, have you ac cepted your opportunities and observed the Golden Rule? Mrs. T. B. Moffat has come in home from an extended and pleasant visit with her daughter at Charlestou, Mo. Mr. md Mrs. Max I'hebus came in Saturday from Bidgely. Monroe Underwood spent last week in Lake County. ' Chester Thebus, on the sick list for several days, is improving. ":,,, By mistake the Parent-Teachers' Cir cle was reported as meeting Friday last. The circle neetsthis Friday afternoon. Everybody belongs who are interested io educational benefits. The list of books in the first reading course of the Home Education Depart ment, sent out by Commissioner P. P. Claxton, is worthy and comprehensive. Anyone can take up this course of read ing, and by sending in your name when you begin and finish receive a certifi cate. The books are "The llliad of Homer," "She Odyssey of Homer," "The Divine Comedy of Dante," Shakespeare's "The Merchant of Ven ice,''' "Macbeth," "Hamlet" and "Othello" andGoelhe's'"Faust." Each book is to be read twice. Three years being allowed for the course. If sev eral could take up this course locally and occasionally get together for dif ti sion the benefit would be great. Invitations to the January meet of the Grand Chapter of the Eastern Star in the Capitol City and to the grand opening of the Dyersburg Virginia Ho tel on the 31st inst. are on our table. FREMONT." Mrs. Hardy Vincent has been real sick but is reported better at this writ ing. " ' ", Several were out sleigh-riding Suu day. Miss Lela Reeves spent Saturday with boniefolk. Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Clack were in Union City Saturday shopping. . , W'ill Caldwell and Joe Bell sold some beef cattle last week. Mr. Corbett, who lives west of Rives, will move to the Walter McMuiry place next week. Mr. B. F. Caldwell was here several days this week buying cattle and bogs. Mr. Jess Luker, of Elbridge, was here Monday and Tuesday. - Mr. Henry Hudson has purchased the Lon "Cummins place and moved to same last week. Miss Lela Beeves will have a Xmas tree here at the schoolbouse on Wed nesday afternoon before Xmas. Every body invited. ' The gift suggestions at Wehman's are better and bigger values than ever before. Big Muddy washed nut coal is best for cooking. At Union City Ice & Coal Co. OBION. Mr. and Mrs. John Zaricorand daugh ter, of near Minnick, were here last Friday en route home from a visit" to relatives near Kenton. Mrs. J. H. Archie visited her parents at Hornbeak last week. Bev. T. W. Goulder, of Portland, Oregon, spent last week with his niece, Mrs. J. E. Bivens. Bev. Goulder was called to Fultop from his borne in Ore gon on account of the death of his mother, Mrs. B. E. Goulder, several weks ago. ' Edwin Goulder, of Covington, came up Thursday Dight to visit his sister, Mrs. J. E. Bivens, and uncle, Bev. T. Wt Goulder, of Portland, Oregon, who was the guest of Mrs. Bivens. Bead Goulder and bahy, of Gibbs,. came down Friday to visit Mrs. Gould er's sister, Mrs; J. E. Bivens, and uncle, Bev. T. W. Goulder, of Porland, Ore gon, who was the guett of Mrs. Bivens. Miss Eddio V. Fo'vlkes, the charm ing local reporter for the Trimble Enter prise, was the guest of Miss Edith Nich ols last Friday. E. J. Green, was in Dresden several days last week attending court. Miss Elizabeth Sianfield visited in Dyersburg last Thursday. Miss Minnie Belle Flatt was here Mon day en route to her home at Cloverdale after a visit to Dyersburg. Mrs. C. B. Zimmermann returned to her home in Halls after a visit to her mother, Mrs. 8. A. McCoy. , Al G. Aiken, who has been located at Bipley for some time, has returned to Obion. i OF LOCAL INTEREST. Some Peopi.k We Know, and We Will Profit by Hearing About Them. This is a purely local event. , It took place in Union City. Not in some faraway place. -P You are asked to investigate it. -J i i V t; - f ,1 . ASKeu io uenevtj uiuieu a wuiu. To confirm a citizen's statement. Any article that is indorsed at home Is more worthy of confidence Than one you know nothing about, Endorsed by unknown people. G. W. Hawkins, ex-deputy marshal, First and Palmer streets, Union City, Tenn., says: "I suffered from a lame and aching back and" my kidneys wtre weak. I took several remedies but with out much benefit until I used Doan's Kidney Pills. They removed the aches and paius and toned up my system. I cheerfully recommend this remedy to other kidney sufferers, knowing that it can be relied upon to correct kidney trouble." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't sim ply ask forakidney remedy--get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Haw kins had. Foster-Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. advt KODAKS KODAKS Santa Claus Will Have His Old Headquarters at BOOK STORE Where it has been for the past twenty years And every year, he brings a greater variety for everybody to select from. He will come to our store in person and take your name, so you will not be forgotten. The children will find Tiny Dolls, Big Dolls, Dressed Dolls, Undressed Dolls, and Dolls that wont break. Trains, Engines, Wagons and Automobiles lor ail the boys. Fins Gifts for your sweetheart, your mother, and he still remembers father ; ..'- . with special gifts. ; . We have a fine line of novelty pictures. They will please you. Our stock of books is the latest and best ever brought to this city all sold at publishers prices. " Send your children. They will be treated like grown-up people, and get the best goods at right prices. ' We have had a prosperous year and wc wish you all a Merry Christmas. Come jjjj and see us as often as you can. , - . P. eA LD WELL: Santa Claus Headquarters 30 A L. o IT fl ( Have Been Made on All Merchandise in Stock for Christmas Shopping TRUSTEE'S o) g ..IJI! WJ Of LsJ C3 to SALE JOO pairs Ladies' and Misses Hose, w per pair . . . 7c, Pc, 11c, 15c, 21c 800 yards Ginghams, dress styles, per yd. . 8c 2000 yards Pofcals, in dress styles, at ... 5c 1500 yards Percals, in dress styles, at . . . 8c 50 dozen Towels, in this sale . . . . . 9c, 18c, 20c 5000 yards plain and fancy Outing . ... 85c 3000 yards Brown Domestic at . .... 6c 20 dozen Children's Union Suits . . .. . 23c 30 dozen Children's Union Suits ... . 45c 25 dozen Ladies' Union Suits . . 85c 30 dozen Ladies Vests and Pants 21c, 22c, 35c, 42c 800 yards Bleached and Brown Sheeting, p-4 and 10-4', in this sale 3000 yards Shirting, at . . . . . . . 85c 3000 yards Wool Dress Goods at Bargain Prices . . . 25c to 85c 2000 yards Silk and Crepe, in plain and fancy dress styles, at . ...... . 25c to 85c 300 Fur Muffs . 98c, $1.49, $2.69, $3.39, $4.98 100 Fur Sets . . $4.98, $9.98, $10.39, $11.69, $12.39, $18.49 100 Ladies' Short Jackets . . . 25c, 50c, 75c 25 Children's Suits, ages 8, 10, 12 and 14, at $1.50 50 Ladies' and Misses' Coats . 98c, $1.00, $1.50 200 Ladies' Wool Skirts . 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 Choice of any Suit in stock" for . ; . . $1.50 ALL MILLINERY SOL6 REGARDLESS OF COST. Those anxious to save money in fall purchases, NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY. AH goods sold for cash. Nothing on approval. REMEMBER THIS SALE IS NOW GOING ON AT (Cuirfiini s CAMPGROUND. On Sunday morning, Dec. 13, 1914, when the cartb was wrapped in a mantel of purest white, God called for little Reggie Maxine, infant of Mr. and Mrs. VV, D. Tune. The little babe was sick only a few days, suffering with pneu monia. We admonish the dear young parents to weep not as those who have no hope. We know without a doubt that little Reggie is no nestled close to the loving Savior's bosom. Let her sweet memory be your guiding star all through the coming pathway of your lives. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Winsett and the little body was laid to rest in this cemetery. - Mrs. Hazel Clark, of Glass, visited homefolk last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hall and family, of Elbridge, were here last week attend ing the funeral and burial of their grand child, Reggie Maxine Tune. Mr. Will D, Harmon, of Tally's Mill, was here Saturday. A Christmas tree will be given here Christmas eve eight for the Sunday school and all others who wish to join in. A nice little programme is being arranged. ' The home talent is getting up "Single Life," which will be presented here New Year's night. We extend a cor dial invitation to everyone and especially to the young people. Xmas Candies and Fruits at White Wky Fruit Store at prices to suit every pocket book. , Watch for that big 25c window at Wehman's. The best ever. Sell your Christmas turkeys and other poultry from Dec. 10 to 21, as this is the best time to sell, to 3tV3t W. G. Rkvxolds. Remember - every visitor to my store says this is the place to buy your Holiday Goods and please the children. Caldwell's Book Store. Let Phone No. 22 do your hauling day or night. Same attedtlon given all calls 1 5c jo'bs up.