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tSuy an Accident Policy
For your summer vacation trip to the Panama Exposition or
elsewhere. We issue them from one to ninety days at a very
low cost. -
Insurance on property in town and in the country given
careful attention.
JNO. T. WALKER & CO.
Fire, Tornado, Life, Accident. Bonds.
Phones 118, 146, 386-J. Union City, Tcnn.
The Henderson bankrupt sale of drug9
and store fixtures will be sold at public
auction to-morrow
Mrs. Fred Dahnke, Misses May
Brown and Katherlne Rogers and
Mr. Claude Botts are attending the
fairat Jackson this week
Mrs. William M. .3 and baby
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Miss Ella Noah is quite sick.
First frost Wednesday morning.
Col. Geo. P. Woolen of Nashville,
was in the city Friday.
We sell everything "to build any
thing. Union City Lumber Co. .
Fresh. Maryland Oysters, 30 cents
yt., 60 cents qt. Eirklands.
Tis time to buy your heating stove
'right now and WEHMAN'S is the
place to get it. ;
1, Witherington, of Dallas, Texas,
was a visitor here last week. J
Mrs. Charles Spellings, of Martin,
chopped in Union City Tuesday.
Miss Nannie ganders, of Bethel,
was a visitor to Union City Monday.
Mrs. C. C. Taylor and children, of
Memphis, are spending the week
with friends and relatives here.
Miss Dora Calllcott has returned
home after spending the week-end
in Memphis and attending the fair.
Mrs. Hugh Harris and children ar
rived home Wednesday after a
week's visit with relatives at Waver-ly.
Mrs. Aran's new fall millinery is
now arriving-, and it consists of the
smartest conceits ever shown here.
We sell Everbearing strawberry
plants. Askins & Dircks Lumber
Co., phone 53.
Our dress goods department is
oomplete. Beautiful goods at very
low prices at the Phil Hyman's Cut
Price Store.
Col. J. J. C. Bondurant, of Hick
man, was a business visitor here yes
terday. Misses Hattie Clark and Lottie
Bennett, of Troy, were visitors Wed
nesday. Mr. ' and Mrs. H. E. McDaniel, of
Troy, were shoppers in the city last
Tuesday.
Call 150 and get your coal and wood
Union City Ice fc Coal Co.
Those famous Maryland Oysters
u be had thru the grocers. Kirk
lands.
See the new BOSS HOT BLAST
HEATER at WEHMAN'S. The very
best Hot Blast Heating Stove.
Mrs. Jack Hubbs and Mrs. Hubb
Scott have returned from a visit to
Memphis.
Mrs. Wiley D. King, of Paris, was
the guest of- Mrs. Anna B. Morgan
last Friday.
L. B. Crittendon, of Number Sev
en, was a business visitor in this
city Tuesday,
Will be pleased to show you Ever
bering strawberry plants loaded with
blossoms and berries. Askins &
Dircks Lumber Co., phone 53.
Cold weather is. coming and you
are going to have to keep warm. Get
your heating stove at WEHMAN'S
while you can get what you want.
The new fall hats at Mrs. Aran's
are positively irresistible. Call and
see them.
Attorney W. P. Waddell, Mrs. Belle
Berrybill, Mrs. A. J. Scates and Miss
Dot Beck motored to Memphis last
week.
Capt. J. W. Walker, of Number
Seven, left Monday to spend two
weeks visiting with relatives at Rec
tor, Ark. v
Mrs. Jennie Corum, of Jordan, is
spending the week in the city a
guest at the home of her son, Mr
Zack Corum.
son are leaving to-nignt ao join Mr.
Jones in Cincinnati and from there
go to 'their new home at AJaysvllle,
Ky.
Mesdames Carroll, Worts and
Moseley, of Kenton, were in the
city Tuesday en route home from
the W. C. T. U. convention at Martin.
Men's Patent and Gun Metal Oxfords.
$2.50 value for $1.98, at The Toggery,
For up-to-date ladies' coat suits
and skirts at cut prices at Phil Hy
man's Cut Price Store.
Those famous Maryland Oysters
can be had thru the grocers. Kirk-
lands.
Big Muddy washed nut coal is best
for cooking. Call 150. Union City
Ice & Coal Co.
A Perfection Oil Heater is mighty
fine for these cool nigbfs and morn
ings. You get them at WEHMAN'S.
The little baby daughter of Mr,
and Mrs. S. P. Thompson is quite
sick this week. '
Mrs. James Cunningham and chil
dren are spending the week with
relatives at Centreville. y
Mrs. W. R. Glass, of Martin, was
here Tuesday visiting at the home
of her brother, Col. Joe L. Fry.
Fresh Maryland Oysters, 30 cents
pt, 60 cents qt. Kirklands.
A Perfection Oil Heater is the very
thing for these cool nights and morn
'ings when you don't need a big fire.
At WEHMAN'S only.
Buy your ladies' and children's
coats at Kirby's.
Miss Mary Harris has gone to Dallas,
Texas, where she will be the guest dur
ing the winter of her cousins, Mrs. T.
Witherington and Mrs., Clint Glass
Wells.
Mrs. R. S. Williams accompanied
her mother, Mrs. N. W. Turney, to
Union City to-day where she will
spend a few day with her sister, Mrs.
Claud Whitley. Fulton Leader
Miss Lilla Agnew, of near Union
City, who has been visiting friends
and relatives in Tipton, Shelby and
Dyer counties for the last two
months, returned home last Wednesday.
See our oak mantels, $4.50 and
up. . Union City Lumber Up.
Children's gingham and galatea
dresses, long sleeves, for 50 cents at
Kirby's.
The regular meeting of the local
W. C. T. U. will be held at the New
Church Chapel to-day at 3 p. m. A
report of the State meeting will be
made and all members are requested
to be present
Big Muddy washed nut coal is best Mr. Clarence Cloys arrived home
for COOking. 'At Union Uty Ice & Mondav from, t.h Momnhtn fair
If you want to buy a bargain you department. He says the Tri-State
can get it, from Forester & Forester, Fair of 1915'was the greatest fair
the real estate men.
Perfection Oil Heaters at WEH- Do you own a Ford? Remember
MAN'S only. They are mighty fine Charlie Lasater's Hospital.
for these cool nights and mornings. j have made arrangements with
The Kind
i Man
The ladies of the Christian Church the grocers for your Maryland Oys-
will hold their annual Christmas bazaar ters. Kirkland.
and dinner Dec. 10 and 11, place to be Mesdames C. W. Miles, .W. H.
announced later. 4 Swiggart, R. F. Tisdale, Al Alex-
Mrs. Earl Manard and children, of ander, W. Z. Massehgill, J. J. Mel-
Little Kock, Ark., are in the city visit- vln- A1 Brevard, John George, W. L.
W.G
and Style of Clothes
Likes,8 to Wear
To be dressed in perfect taste is no longer
a slur upon the man wearing the clothes. On
the contrary, the man is subject to criticism un
less he wears clothes that have the right style,
These Fall land Winter FITFORM suits'
are of particular interest to every young man
who buys clothing because of their new style
appearance.
The cloth and colors are modest or with
more life in them if you want it. The prevail
ing shades of grey predominate and Tartan
plaids are always good for most men. We have
plain cloth in serges, worsteds, cheviots and cas
simeres. We have a choice to select from in
new plaids and checks. Everything here that is
tn demand.
No better values than
these ever offered at
1 6.50, 1 7.50, 18.00 and '20.00
Better Merchandise for Less Money
(Cflsitgcti Co
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REVIVAL MEETING
ing Mrs. Manard'a parents, Col. and
Mrs. T. E. Clark.
F. V. Andrew, of the H. A. Mc
Elroy Co., Bowling Green, Ky., was
here this week looking after their
Union City store.
We handle smokeless lamp burn
ers. Askins & Dircks Lumber Co.,
phone 53.
White and N. G.- Parker attended
the convention at Martin last week.
Mrs. Rice A. Pierce has returned
from St. Louis and is rejoicing over
the arrival of a little girl in the
I family of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pierce.
Mr. Pierce's many friends in this
his home city, will rejoice with him.
INDIAN HERBS, prepared for the
Great American Herb Co., Washington,
New fall eoods are comine in dailv D. C, is a great blood purifier and liver
at the Phil Hyman's Cut Price Store, f'f0;- SoId on a strict guarantee
"v J " q . .infantum nr vnnr ninnnv hnrk Nrlr1
We can make you a new overcoat out by N. A. Vaden & Son, corner Home
of your old one. Phone us. and College streets. 28-3t
Union City Laundry. t, t , P. 0
Mesdames A. Semones, Chas. Moss contract and are erecting a large
and Mrs. Lou Trautwein went to pressed-brick barn and garage for
Jackson yesterday to visit friends W. D. Fry on East Main extended.
and attend the fair. It will be a commodious affair, well
The ladies of the Christian Church Panned and ventilated and when
will hold their annual Thanksgiving shed will be perhaps the nicest
market Wednesday before Thanksgiving
at White's furniture store.
Miss Martha Wade and Mrs. T. J
Bonner, of Rives, and Mrs. Allien
Wade, of Rome, Ga., were visitors
in Union City Wednesday.
Telephone Union City Ice & Coal Co.
when you want coal right now.
Does your roof leak? We sell
roof cement and guarantee it to stop
the leak. Union City Lumber Co.
We can sell you lumber, shingles,
windows and doors at less price now
than you have paid for the last five
years. Asians & Uircks Lumber
Co., phone 53.
The young Ladies' Missionary So
ciety of the M. E. Church entertain
ed their friends in the church par
lors on Tuesday evening. The pur
pose of the social was to hand in the
amount which had been made for
the "Mile of Nickels" strips. A
splendid program was enjoyed, after
which refreshments were served.
Notice our shoe window display,
quality, the best styles up to the
minute, and prices to suit your pock
et book at the Phil Hyman's Cut
Price Store.
Protect Yourself
By taking-
Fire, Tornado, Accident and Sick Benefit Insurance
' Your family
By taking a polfcy in the Mutual Benefit Life
None better
White & Quinn
Real Estate and Insurance
Miss Charlotte Voorheis sends The
Commercial a card from Oran, Mo.,
and wants the paper sent to her
weekly. Says the school work is
progressing pleasantly and satisfac
torily. She adds: . "Eleanor Spen
cer and I are both pleased with our
work and the town, and certainly
we are enjoying being together."
Mr. D. Huey, of Troy, was operated
on for appendicitis at the Presby
terian Hospital in New Orleans last
Monday. About three weeks ago Mr.
Huey and Mr. James Russell went
to San Francisco and attended the
exposition, and when they had
reached New Orleans on the return
trip Mr. Hney became violently ill
and, was carried to the hospital. A
message of yesterday states that the
operation -was successful and a
speedy recovery is hoped for. Mr.
Russell is still in New Orleans.
At the Church of Christ Beginning
Sunday, Oct. 10, 1915.
We are glad to announce to you
that you are to be favored with one
of our most stirring evangelists; a
man who is wholly consecrated to
God, and to whom you cannot listen
without being drawn more nearly to
the God of grace and salvation. Bro.
E. A. Elem, of Nashville, Tenn., is
excelled as a plain gospel preacher
by none. He speaks forth the words
of truth and soberness with irre
sistible power, keeping his audience
so thoroughly interested that when
he has spoken for thirty minutes
you feel that he has only begun
We beg you to hear him once, after
which you will need no invitation
for you will be anxious to hear him
more.... ...
Be certain to hear him. You will
receive a cordial welcome and
purely gospel service.
Where? At the Church of Christ
on Exchange street.
When? Beginning Oct. 10, 1915,
at 11 a. m. '
Song service each evening will be
gin at 7:30. Day service announced
later.
Missionary Conference.
The Union City District Confer
ence of the Woman's Missionary So
ciety of the Methodist Church will
meet at Mount Zion, Union City cir
cuit, six miles north of Union City,
beginning Wednesday night, Octob
er 13, and holding an all-day ser
vice Thursday, October 14. A cor
dial invitation is extended to all
delegates, visitors and pastors. We
urge that as many as possible attend
the opening service. Those coming
on the N., C. & St. L. train should
arrive on the 12:45 p. m., and those
on the M. & O. at 10:45 a. m., as
the night trains are too late for the
night service and will not be met
except by request. The reception
committee will meet the N., C. &
St. L. train at 7:10 a. m. October
14. Delegates and v'.sitors are re
quested to send their names to Mrs.
H. A. Butts, Union City, and to state
the time they expect to arrive. Cor
responding secretaries and treas
urers are requested to send their
books by their delegates for exami
nation. Send names for the me
morial roll to Mrs. T. J. Bonner,
Rives, Tenn.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 13, 7:30 P. M.
The following program will be
given:
Devotional Rev. J. C, Coleman,
Cayce. ',-.-
Welcome address Miss Minnie
Bowen.
Duet Misses Minnie and Inez
Bowen.
Organization.
Roll call.
Report of delegates.
Discussion of funds: Dues, obli
gation to meet pledge, relief and re
tirement fund, conference fund
Mrs. W. H. Swiggart, Sr.
Institute on young people's work
Mrs. R. N. Phipps, Fulton, corre
sponding secretary Memphis Con
ference. Introductions.
Dinner.
THURSDAY, OCT. 14, 1 P. M.
Memorial service Mrs. T. J. Bon
ner, Rives.
Report of committees.
Institute on social service Mrs.
R. E. Pierce, Fulton.
Institute on mission study, use of
missionary literature, the Voice and
Christian Worker, leaflets and bulle
tin Mrsx Will Warterfleld, Union
City.
Value of publicity.
Institute on children's work Mrs.
H. T. Butler.
Duet Misses Minnie and Inez
Bowen.
Workers conference Mrs. R. . N.
Phipps.
Appointing place of next meeting.
Adjournment.
CLARA McCONNELL,
Corresponding Secretary, Union
City District.
CLASSIFIED COLUMN
FOR SALE Pure home-made sor
ghum molasses. Call or phone 57-J.
26-tf H. O. Head.
WANTED To take a few pupils in
piano instruction; special attention to
beginners. Phone 59.
FOR SALE Seed barley,' oatd and
bay. Phone 750-2.
22-tf S. A. Wade,
R. F. D. No. I,' Union City, Tenn.
FOR SALE My home on Exchange
street, No. 515; seven-room, two-story
house in good condition. See Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Davidson, phone 517. 28-2t
WANTED Girl over 18 years oC
age, physically strong, good educa
tion, desiring to take up nursing.
Annlv at Physicians and Riire-finna
Hospital at once. Physician's ref
erence required. 281t
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Heating stoves are now ready for
your inspection at WEHMAN'S. Get
your stove and be ready for the cold
weather.
Use Dahnke-Walker Milliner Cn Jar-
ev Cream Flour, a home nrnrfnr.t And
guaranteed
Response Mrs. H. B. Terry, Mar
tin.
Solo Miss Elsie Brice, Union City.
Reading Mrs. D. A. Luten, Union
City.
Report of District Secretary
Miss Clara McConnell, Union City.
Report of District Treasurer Mrs.
W. H. Swiggart, Sr., Union City.
Solo, "Is My Master Satisfied With
Me?" Miss Kate Robinson, Union
City.
Address, "Our Opportunity, Our
Responsibility, An Appeal for In
creased Activity" Mrs. H. T. But
ler, Union City, second vice president
Memphis Conference. -
Duet Misses Minnie . and Inez
Bowen. .
THURSDAY, OCT. 14. 9:30 A. M.
Devotional Rev. H. A. Butts.
Card of Thanks.
The ladies of the Christian Church
wish to thank every one who contributed
so generously to their dinners at the
fair, also all the merchants who so kind
1 y assisted them. They also wish to
thank all who entertained delegates for
them during the convention.
WEHMAN'S line of heating stoves
is now complete. Come and get just
what you want while there is lots of
time to put it up just as you want
it.
Baptist Ladies Aid.
The Ladies Aid met at the home
of Mrs. W. S. Harrison Monday, Oct.
4. There was a good attendance
and a special prayer meetine was
held. Mrs. Brown read the scripture
lesson. It was the pleasure of the
society to have visitors of other de
nominations.
FOE SALE.
House and lot located on the cor
ner of Third and Palmer streets in
Union City. Lot 132x100 feet. Four
rooms in the house. Fine garden
spot and plenty of out houses. Price
$1,700. This is a bargain. For
terms see Geo. L. White, or phone
368-J. 25-4t
FOR SALE Farm of 111 acres locat
ed 3 miles northeast of Jordan, Ky.,
on Liberty road, mail route and tele
phone line, all in cultivation; good land
and lays well; fair improvements; plenty
stock water. Good terms. .
2o-4t W. B. Brice,
R.F.D. No. 1, Box 106, Fulton, Ky.
THE MILLING HOSPITAL
THIRD YEAR
A Modern Surgical Institution.
Graduate Nurses !n Attendance.
DR. W. A. NAILLING Surgeon
MRS. L. E. RODECKER. R. N Supt.
Union City.Tenn. Phone 41.
N.,C.&St.LRy.
N-, C & St. L. TIME TABLE.
Iave Union City.
EAST BOUND
No. 5. .7.45 a.m. No. 3 3.05 p.m
No. 93.9.55 p.m.
WEST BOUND.
No. 92..7.10 a.m. No. 4...12.50 n.m
No. 6.. 7.52 p.m.
W. W. LOVELACE, Agent.
Call 150 for coal of any kind.
SEMONES & SON
Gasoline Engines and Wagons
AT BARGAINS
Two-horse Wagon, complete with beel made out C C C H A
of good seasoned material for 45UU
Have in stock one 3-4 H. P. Water Cooled Gaso- -yn fif
line Engine at bargain price of UU
See us for estimates on Plumbing, Water Systems, Lighting
Plants, Ltc, for your home. We guarantee to give satisfaction.
; SEMONES & SON
UNION CITY, TENN.
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