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-V and Ices us? Cake Johnston's (Milwaukee) Box Candy The appreciated Chocolates , PHONE 539 Essandee's Cafe The QuBtlity Shop Service at our fountain is pleasing to those who can dis criminate GOOD THINGS FROM THE ORDINARY. FU LL COVERAGE " A Fire Policy that insures against fire and lightning. A com bined policy that insures against fire, lightning and windstorm. An accident policy that insures against all accidents barring none. A disability policy that insures against all accidents and all diseases barring none, and without restrictions. Procure a Full Coverage policy and be protected. JNO. T. WALKER & CO. Phones 118, 146, 386-J. Union City, Tenn. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. sick John Gibbs is ill this week. Mrs. H. M. Golden is quite this week. Miss Carrie Beckham is visiting St. Louis friends. "Esq. Fount Holloway, of Rives, "was here Monday. Call 150, Union City Ice & Coal Co., when you want coal right now. ' Mrs. Rogers, of Hickman, was a Thursday shopper. - J. W. McCorkle is up again after a few days illness. Mrs. Cordie Morris, of Obion, was a Monday shopper. Mrs. Aran is style leader in milli nery at flattering price inducements. Mr. Dee Huey, of Troy, was in the city .Wednesday, Miss Pryor, of Troy, was a Wed nesday shopper here. Born to Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Gish, Apt 11 iOt a Ml UJf VUJ. Electric Fans, all kinds and sizes at the right prices at WEHMAN'S. " Miss Baxter, of Sharon, was here Wednesday shopping. Mrs. Maloney, of Obion, was a Wednesday shopper here. Dr. J. T. Lasley, of Troy, was here 'this week attending court. Electric Fans at WEHMAN'S and at prices thaf will let you buy. ' Prof, and Mrs. Reynolds, of Troy, were in the city Saturday. Harris Parks went to RIdgely . WeAnaarlav nn n hnninAHfl frin. Mr! and Mrs. J. E. Naylor, of Ful ton, were in the city Tuesday, You've tried the rest, now try the best Jersey Cream Flour. Mr. Sam Green, of Hornbeak, was here this week attending court, Mrs. Lee Shaw, of State Line, was a visitor in the city Wednesday. Misses Jessie and Jim Hurt, of Martin, were in the city Saturday. WEHMAN can sell you an elec tric" fan at a money-saving price Miss Martha Wade, of Rives, was a visitor in the city Wednesday. " Mr. and Mrs. Joe Scearce, of Troy, were Monday shoppers in the city. Coal Coke Wood Call Tel. 150. Mr. and Mrs. Milam were the Mon day guests of Mrs. Hardin Olive at Shady Grove. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brantley and son, of Troy, were in the city Wed nesday shopping. Miss liippara, or St. l.ouis, was the guest of S. P. Harris and family Wednesday night. Big Muddy washed nut coal is best for cooking. Call 150. Union. City Ice & Coal Co. Miss Wallace Frazier, of Crockett, is with her sister on Church street. Miss Bess Logan, of Woodland Mills, was a visitor in the city Wed nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Hays, of Ma son Hall, were in the city Tuesday shopping. Shopping for millinery is not com plete until a visit is made to Mrs. Aran's store. Mr. Hubert Bennett and family.of Fulton, motored over to Union City Sunday. . Miss Laura Williams, of Horn beak, was in the city Wednesday shopping. : , Mrs. Thompson and daughter, of Obibn, were in the city Wednesday shopping! Watch for the date of our SPRING OPENING. "ESSANDEE'S CAFE," Phone 539. Mrs. Wfllie Purcell has returned to the Mayo Bros. Infirmary in Ro chester. , Miss Sadie Fry and Mrs. Shore, of Rives, were in the city Tuesday shopping. Mrs. Fonzo White has returned from a visit with her parents at Ful ton, Tenn. Keep your lawn smooth and vel vety this summer with one of those good lawn mowers you will find at WEHMAN'S. Mrs. Alexander, or Martin, was a visitor in the Milam home a few days' the past week. Mrs. S. A. Harrison is a visitor with Mrs. C. E. Nailling this week on North Third street. Mr. Davy Crockett and son and Dr. and Mrs. W. F.. Roberts, of Troy, were in the city Wednesday. You can get shingles for '$2.00 per thousand at Union City Lumber Company.1" Mrs. Thorpe, of Cottage Grove, is the week-end guest of Misses Milam on South Ury street. Judge J. S. Roberts, sister and niece, of Moscow, in a new car, were Union City visitors Wednesday. J. E. Naylor, manager of the Fields Manufacturing Co., Fulton, was a visitor in the city Wednesday. If you want something really nice in millinery call at Mrs. Aran's and see her summer styles. Mr. Herbert Bondurant and wife, of Nashville, are expected to arrive Saturday for a visit with homefolks. Miss Pauline Keene, of Shady Grove, is a visitor in the city this week with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Keene. Mrs. H. T. Butler and Mrs. W. H. Swiggart are in Jackson this week attending a church mission confer ence. Screen doors and screen wire at carload prices. Union City Lumber Company. . Mrs. Ella B. Cloar, of Rives, was a visitor this week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nailling, Third street. Miss Jessie Blanton, of Beech vi cinity, is in Fulton, Ky., companion for Dr. Luten's sister, who is an invalid. Mr. Dan Boone, and little daugh ter, Thelma, of St. Louis, are guests at the home of their cousin, Mrs. S. P. Harris. Extra new season styles in milli nery at Mrs. Aran's, something new every week. Mrs. W. M. Sullivan, of Kenton, is spending this week with her daughter, Mrs. E. L. Gish, and fami ly at Crystal. Mr. Fletcher Akin, of Nashville, now in tne Railway Man service, was a visitor here this week with relatives and friends. Dr. W. O. Taylor and wife, of Kenton, were Wednesday night vis itors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Pitts in the city. D. A. Luten was in Fulton this week visiting his sister, Miss Nannie Luten, at the home of Dr. J. R. Lu ten. Miss Luten has been very sick. W.A.' Thompson, manager of the Thompson Ice & Coal Co., was in Cairo and Padueah this" week look ing after business connected with the ice department. Mrs, L. W. ' Bondurant, of near Jordan, Ky. was a recent visitor with the family of her brother, Mr. Steve Harris, while having Dr. Tur ner do some dental work for her. The children, as viel as the in structors, of Pleasant Valley deserve much praise for the entertainment given Sunday evening. The church was very beautifully decorated and each feature perfectly carried out. Just received a consignment of screen doors. Prices right. Union City Lumber Company. The oldest son of Mr. Horace Yates, . of Obion, who was struck with a rock by some of his play mates a few days ago, applied to Dr. J. D. Carlton for treatment this week with very little hope, we regret to say, of restoring the boy's eye. The rock struck the eye and it is thought to be destroyed. Quite a number of people were out to see the demonstration of the International Harvester Co. farm tractor engine conducted by J. W. Garner qn Mr. Bud Mays farm south of the city last Wednesday. A party of visitors from Paris were here as follows: J. L. Steward, Paul Free man, W. J. Janes, J. H. Blake, O. K. Cole, J. C. Rainey, W. T. Bowden, James Demar, Dr. Gillmore, Dr. Mc- Rea, D. W. Webb, R. W. Webb, Em- mett Nichols, Frank PasChal, Wil liam Olds, Gus Loyd. Mr. Garner has been making these demonstra tions with great success in the vi cinity of Union City. The engine is used with the heavy plows in the cultivation of farm land, reference of which was made here some time ago. Nailling-Keiser Co. here are sale agents for the engine. Now is the time to "Clean Up and Paint." All kinds of paints, var- enamels and stains and you will find at WEH- Social and Personal Birthday Party. nish.es, brushes MAN'S. The HEEEICK is that good re frigerator that everybody likes and is the one with the water bottle. But you will find them only at WEH MAN'S. J. A. Tull, of Kenton, was a. visitor here at court yesterday. Miss Ethel Henderson is a visitor at Halls and Henning this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. . Finch, of Mason Hall, were in the city this week visiting friends. Miss Tommie Malugen has returned from a visit to relatives and friends at Kenton. Let us figure with you on screen crs and screen wire. Union Ci Lumber Company. Miss Eugene Rogers has returned to Ripley after a visit to relatives and friends in the city. Mrs. H. O. Head, Jr., and children leave Saturday for St. Louis and Texas for a few weeks visit. Mr. Martin Underhill, of Hopkins- ville, Ky. is a guest at the home of W, R. Manley this week. Big Muddy washed nut coal is best for cooking. At Union City Ice & Coal Co. Mrs. Jennie Corum left Saturday to visit her daughter, Mrs. T. R. Boxley, at Jackson for a few weeks. Mrs. Howell and daughter, Miss Cal- lie, are the week-end visitors of Mrs, Howell's daughter, Mrs. Scott, at Ken' ton. Mother's Day will be observed by an appropriate program Sunday, May 9 "After all is said and done, your moth er is the only one." Now is the time to screen your house. We, want to sell you the doors, wire, etc. Union City Lum ber Company. Now is the time to have the nickel parts, lamps, etc., on your auto re-plat ed. See Fields Mfg. Co. advertisement on another page for particulars. Mothers, come, let us show you how much we love you, how important we think you are. Mother's day at Chris tian Bible School, Sunday, May 9. Keep your lawn in good condition with a good lawn mower. Get the best for the least money at WEH MAN'S. You are invited to remember your mother with us Sunday, May 9, at Christian Bible School. Come, show your regard for the best person on earth your mother. Every mother is especially wanted at the Christian Bible School, Sunday, May 9, for -Mother's Day. A car will call for any mother who desires to come and does not feel like walking. Please call C. V. Jones if you will come this way. You are going to buy screen doors and windows but before buying go to WEHMAN'S and see the good doors you can get for so little money; The beautiful home of Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Bond was the scene of rare hap piness on Saturday afternoon, May 1, when their youngest son entertained a large circle of his friends in commem oration of his seventh birthday. Old fashioned games were the diversions of the hour, as well as a "shower of pres ents" for the honoree, which gave him a chance to thank all friends at once for the lovely little gifts brought him. Then a "shower of sweets" brought much fun and excitement, especially when Elwood Zwingle succeeded in bursting the bag after so many others had failed "after dinner" mints and chocohte crystals were passed. Then the rro vu shifted to the dining room, whb.': & some most beautiful greeted the guests, e nowballs in profusion, pink and blue ribbons decorating cakes, tables, etc. Delicious refreshmenis of icecream and cake were served. The cutting of the birthday cake was exciting, which resulted as fol lows: Dime to Harry Wiley, the needle to Sara McGee, the thimble to Mjlton Andrews, etc. The occasion was a gen uine success and at tne hour for de parture all were reluctant to go and all united in wishing the honoree many happy returns of the day. There were some fifty guests and the rare pleasure was not confined to the little tots but several grandmothers, mothers and friends were included in the generous hospitality. A Guest. S 5 Picnic. Last Saturday Mrs. J. L. Banson chap eroned a crowd of young folks to Car ter's pond. Those who were present on this enjoyable occasion were Misses Lo rine Craig, Thelma Dickson, Vera Bram ham, Mattie Caldwell, Lorelle Marshall, Mary Howard Turner, Theresa Talley, Willette Baird, Lucile Craig; Messrs. Norman Stone, H. P. Moss, Max Har ris, John Whitson Moody, John Mitch ell, Christian Scheurer, John B. McCul lough, Harrison Rogers, Pherril Kirk man, W. D. Brambam, Melvin Watson. JOHNSTON'S (MILWAUKEE) BOX CANDY, the appreciated choco lates, at -"ESSANDEE'S CAFE," de- livered to any part of the city. Phone 539. ( Mrs. Nailling, Hostess. One of the most pleasant receptions of the spring season was given by Mrs. Wm.'M. Nailling in honor'pf Mrs. Jas. H. Arnn, who leaves this week for Nash ville. Mrs. Nailling was assisted in re ceiving her guests by the honoree, Mes- dames Warterfield, White and Burton. Rook was enjoyed at eight tables and delightful refreshments Berved. Only one place to find the HER KICK refrigerator and that is WEH MAN'S. m Pupils' Recital The pupils of Miss Beulah Allen' music class will appear in recital on Friday evening, May 14, at 8 o'clock at the courthouse. The public is cordially invited. 555 Mrs. Morgan. Mrs. A. B. Morgan entertained with rook yesterday afternoon at her home on Exchange street. i! Mrs. Alexander. Mrs. Richard Alexander entertained the 500 club yesterday afternoon, at home, Division street. Wednesday 500 Club. Miss Rubye Mays entertained the Wednesday 500 Club. To Miss Lila Littleton fell first prize, a dainty camisole. Miss Rugene Rogers, of Ripley, and Miss Grace Caldwell filled the vacancies. A delicious salad course with iced tea was served. Club meets next with Miss Helen Verhine. Woman's Missionary Society. The annual meeting of the Woman's Missionary Society of the M. E. Church of the Memphis conference meets- in Jackson May 4-7. Those going from here are Mrs. H. T. Butler, second vice president of conference, Miss Clara Mc Connell and Mrs. W. H. Swiggart, cor responding secretary and treasurer of Union City district, Mrs. W. C. Waters, Miss Kate Robinson and Mrs. H. T. Butts, delegates from the adult young woman's and Mount Zion auxiliaries TAKE IT IN TIME. Just as Scores of Union City People Have. '" Waiting doesn't pay. If you neglect kidney backache, Urinary troubles often follow. Doan's Kidney Fills are for kidney backache, and for other kidney ills. Union City citizens endorse them. Mrs. E. T. Atkins, First street, Union City, Rays: I had rheumatic pains and other kidney disorders, such as head aches, dizzy spells and blurring of my sight. The kidney secretions were ir regular in passage, causing me annoy ance. Doan's Kidney Pills greatly ben efited me. Of late I have bad no occa sion to take a medicine for my kidneys." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't sim ply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Atkins had. Foster-Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 0 4 CiOTHtSVlOiBOYS It's a Great Pleas ure and Satisfaction mnr sxrxH JIB AA a'VlIlllg UWV (j Your buying Xtra good Clothes for Boys for hard, ev ery day wear. i XTRAgoory Xtragood leads in style, in being well tailored to give the the best service when worn. These clothes are not merely sewed together but in every -particular are intend- d to stand the se vere knocks of boys' wear. Xtragood clothes because they are properly made for boys, will last longer than any other boys' clothing. This is economical for the buyer. $3-50 $6.00 $8.50 $4.00 $7.00 $10.00 Smart Norfolks in various models, all made from selected fabrics, war ranted for good wearing qualities. All trousers lined thruout. All Xtragood suits guaranteed. "Clothe your boy in the Clothes that last." yrRAGOon W. G. CLAGETT CO. Phone 111 Union City CLASSIFIED COLUMN FOR SALE Frying size chickens. Phone 46-W. 6-2t M. R. Powell. MONEY TO LOAN. See Claude Whitley. Union City. Tenn. 6-tf FGR SALE Good gasoline range, cheap. Apply to 8-tf Martin Schmidt. FOR SALE One 5-passenger Flan ders automobile. Quick sale at $125, 2-tf Union City Auto Co. FOR RENT Six rooms, upper story, with hall, bath room, toilet and electric lights, on Harrison street. 6-2t H. A. Beck. FOR SALE Eight gallons ready- mixed paint at half price, also one child's go-cart. Phone 239-W. 6-lt Homer Hale. FOR SALE A few genuine Royal Blue Andelusian Cockerels and Ande lusian Eggs, $2.50 per setting. 47 Dr. W. M. Turner. FOR SALE Seed Irish potatoes for June planting; one 4-year-old mule; one 5-year-old mule. Phone 2900 or see Dorrell Harris. 5-2t WANTED To buy all kinds of junk, including rubber, brass, copper, zinc, rags, etc Call Friedman, in the Con crete block. 3-1 mo FOR RENT A six-room house on East Palmer street, with garden, water and electric light, good neighborhood, close to City School. Apply this office. FOR RENT OR SALE Nice 4-room house, East Cheatham street, nearly an acre; fruit, etc.; house newly papered and painted inside and outside. 6-2t Ben C. Bransford. FOR SALE Florida Yam Potato Slips, now ready to ship, at two dollars per thousand.- Can ship promptly. Send cash with order. J. T. Warmath. 6-3t Gibson, Tenn. FOR SALE A fine mare with a suck ling mule colt; also a 2-year-old filly colt of this mare; nice almost new steel-tire buckboard. Phone 208-R. 6-2tpd Pia Phebcs, R.F.D. No. 1, Union City, Tenn. FOR SALE CHEAP On lot 100x150 with 5-room house, on South Fifth street. Bargain for someone. Call at WEH MAN'S store. Why Not Start a Medicine Business of Your Own? We desire to correspond with a hust ling, aggressive salesman to establish a permanent business on Chickasaw Fam ily Remedies in this county. An in come of from $3,000 to $5,000 a year assured to the right party. Address Box 762, Memphis, Tenn. 6-lt Non-Resident Notice. Mrs. Anna J. Enochs vs. Mrs. Sue Enochs et als. Chancery Court, Obion County, Ten nessee. In the above styled cause it ap pearing to the Clerk and Master from the bill of complaint, which is sworn to, that the defendant, A. W. Willis, is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee and a resident of the State of Arkansas, so that ordinary process of law cannot be served up on him. It is therefore hereby or dered that the said above name de fendant appear before the Clerk and Master of the Chancery Court of Obion County, Tennessee, on or be fore the First Monday of June, 1916, that being a regular rule day of said Chancery Court, and make defense to the said bill, or the same will be taken as confessed by him, and the said cause set for hearing ex parte as to him. It is further ordered that publication of this notice be made for four consecutive weeks in The Commercial, a weekly newspaper published in Obion County, Tenn. This April 14, 1915. 3-4t GEO. A. GIBBS, Clerk and Master. W. H. Swiggart Sol. for Compl't. STRAYED OR STOLEN. A bay horse three years old, streak down his face, two white hind feet, shod in front, foretop cut out, and 14 or 15 hands high. Notify D. F. Ward, Hickman, Ky. 6-ltpd FOR RENT Five-room house on Vine street, bath and lights, large lot, formerly occupied by Wrieht Pardue. Also, 5-room house on Ury street this side R. E. Bransford, water, lights and stable. See 5-tf Dahske-Elam-Parduk Co. L FOR SALE SCOTT, PLUTO, LANG B. Jr. Three fine Hereford Rull registered in American Hereford Record PIERCE & WALL ' OBION. TENN.