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DIBTZEL'S J ' - n - ' - n tmSt We have used every effort to buy suitable Christmas Gifts for everyone to select from and they aire now arranged in our store so that you may see them all. Our prices are attractive as well as the Goods, and a visit next week will' enable us to give you time , and help you select your gift, as it is often possible for us to suggest things that you have not thought of. BELOW ARE A FEW HELPFUL SUQQE5TI0N5 I II EMBLEM GOODS HAMILTON & HOWARD WATCHES WALTI&ER CHAINS LINK BUTTONS AND KNIVES CIGAR CLIPS AND CASES MANY OTHER THINGS FOR MEN LEATHER BAGS TRAVELING SETS LAVALLIERE & SMALL BROOCHES TOILET SETS AND VANITY CASES CUT GLASS AND CHINA STERLING and SHEFFIELD SILVER DIAMONDS .. ' DIAMONDS It will pay you to visit our store at once to get BEST CHOICE-Phone 563 CHA OIETZE'IL JEWEL IR ' - . To M. C. Castleman. J. P. Adams vs. M. C. Castleman. Before W. C. Morris, Justice of Peace, Obion County, Tenn. In this cause, it appearing to me from - affidavit of plaintiff that the defendant, M. C. Castleman, is Just ly indebted to plaintiff for rent of 50 acres of land, and is a non-resident of Tennessee, so that the ordinary process of law cannot be .served upon him; and an original attachment "having been levied upon his property and returned to me, it is inereiore ordered that the said M. C. Castle man make his appearance before me on Jasuary 8, 1916, at my office in Union City, Tenn., and make defense to said suit, or it will be proceeded with ex parte. It is ordered that this notice of publication be published in The Union City Commercial, a news paper published in Union City, Tenn., for four consecutive weeks 37-4t W. C. MORRIS, J. P. W. M. Mile3, Att'y for Pltf. Saymans Soap If my friends and anything in the line goods they will do me call at Dr. E. M. Long and get same. Have and cannot visit you. W. S. Agent. patrons wish of Saymonds great favor to 's dental office ' been in bed LONG, Sr." THE MILLING HOSPITAL THIRD YEAR A Modern Surgical Institution. Graduate Nurses in Attendance. DR. W. A. NAILLING Surgeon MRS. L. E. RODECKER. R. N !Supt Union City.Tenn. Phone 41. Chas. IWard UPHOLSTERER Furniture repaired and refin ished. Box Couches made to order. 7f3TJ438 Church Street, first door west of Steam - Laundry, Concrete Block. UNION CITY, TENN. EIVES. J. F. Holloway was over a few days since receiving a large con signment, of fruit trees for his farm. Wherever you find a few voters grouped you can hear the interne cine Senatorial race discussed. La grippe has reached the epi demic stage, claiming numbers of our school children and older citizens in its merciless grasp. Rev. Newsome, the new supply for the M. E. Church, will make his first aDDOintment Sabbath morning. Some! special music will be a feature of the service. . Herman Carter and McAdoo Har ris were over from Number Seven Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Max Phebus, of Beech, were Sabbath guests of rela tives just out of town. Miss Florence Botts visited in Ful ton over Sunday. W. J. Caldwell attended to busi ness in Union City Monday. A generous package of delicacies was donated here this week to the Old Soldiers Home. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Callicott and Monroe Underwood motored 'in from Pleasant Hill Monday. Mrs. Calli cott visited .socially with Mrs. Ros coe Kitchell. Miss Pauline Thorn came home Wednesday from a pleasant visit in Number Seven with her sister, Miss OIlie Penn. Rev Hamp McLeskey, of Nash ville, Rev. James McLeskey, Mrs. Mattie Forbes, of Memphis, and Dr. Turner, of West Point, attendants upon the remains of Mrs. Sallie Mc Leskey last week en route to Dyer, were very welcome guests for a few hours in the homes of R. L. Harper and T. A. Cummings. . Mrs. W. A. Hopper, of Kenton, was a recent guest of her son, Mr. Hop per, in the Moore addition. , Mesdames Geo. F. Botts, W. V. Carter, Jerry Spikes, Laura Hutcher son, Leslie Hooper, Walter Warren and Miss May Ward were visitors in Union City Monday. Mrs. Jerry Spikes and Mre. Knox Harper and children spent the week end in Kenton. Mr. Jim Edmaiston has moved his family out to the country in the Pleasant Hill vicinity. Miss Sadie Frye spent the week end at Fulton. Mrs. Floys Carter was over Tues day shopping. j Doctors Pearce and Hibbitts, of Union City, were down this week in consultation with the family physi cian, Dr. White, over the case of Mr. ! Ed Hauser, ill of appendicitis. Wed nesday Mr. Hauser's condition was so much improved that hopes of re covery without the need of sur-j geonry is anticipated. Mrs. T. J. Vaden, south of town, is reported very sick. Hon. T. J. Bonner and R. L. Phe bus have been detained at home sick this week. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Arnn, of Union City, were guests Sunday and Mon day of Dr. and Mrs. T. P. Callicot. Miss Margaret Clemmons continues ill with appendicitis. T. A. Cummings and Ernest Shrop shire attended the Alex Edmaiston sale Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Perry have moved to Obion. Are you eading Shakespeare just now on the eve of his tercentenary anniversary? Do you know of any other author so perennially fresh in the minds of book lovers as the Bard of Avon? Thruout all English speak ing peoples Shakespeare clubs are legion and various plans are being discussed to make April 23, 1916 a universal celebration in honor of the man who has and is enertaining the world. We are rejoiced the problem play is being outlawed and. that again the theaters are responding to the call for Othello, Hamlet, etc., and the comedies of Shakespeare. Old operas are again in favor and the newer plays as "Androcles and the Lion," "Daddy Long Legs' and "Freckles" out-distance the amuse ment of a ragtime moving picture show as angel food does a ginger cake. The Woman's Christian Temper ance Union held a very enthusiasic meeting the past week in the home of Mrs. T. P. Callicott. The drawing In the membership contest was held, each captain, Mesdames Hauser and Callicott, drawing eighteen names. Several representatives of the. Jolly St. Nick were appointed. Mrs. W. J. Caldwell, superintendent of legis lation and petition,' placed a good program on "Mother's Pensions," re ceiving he good will in resolutions of the union. Meet in January! with the Misses Guy. Store Burned. Mr. Norrid's store a few miles west of the city was destroyed by fire last Thursday night. The building and stock were both consumed and in cendiarism was suspected, dogs were used, but no arrests so far. Mr. Nor rid had some insurance. TROY. La Fayette Redditt, of Indianap olis, Ind., is here the guest of his sister, Mrs. W. F. Roberts. Mr. John C. McCaw is on Starve Island at Reelfoot Lake duck hunting. Messrs. Frank Bennett, Marion Dodds, Jim Smith, Geo. Hughes, Bob Marshall, W. J. Kersey and Homer Clark were in Union City Monday. Mrs. Walter Myers and daughter, Martha, visited Mrs. Clarence Dean at Obion last week. Miss Mary Emma Dickey, of Rives, visited her sister, Mrs. L. S. Hardin, Monday. W. G. Reynols, of Union City, was a business visitor here Saturday, Miss Florence Nichols, who has been in the Baptist Memorial Hos pital at Memphis where she under went an operation for appendicitis, returned Saturday. i Attorney Harvey Teague, of Ridge ly, was a visitor here Friday. Bob Lathan, who has been in Dal las, Texas, working for the Wells Fargo Express Co., returned Satur day.' , WF. Aydelott, of Greenfield, was here Saturday.. ( Miss Maude Casper, who has been visiting in the home of Mrs. Luther Lancaster, has returned to her home in St. Louis. Fred Taylor, who is with the Sing er Sewing Machine Co., with head quarters at Mullin, West Virginia, came in Sunday to spend a few weeks with his parents. -; Mr. Tom Burke is in Mayfield, Ky., attending court. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Peery, of Polk, visited relatives here Sunday. J. W. Pressly, 'who has been con fined to his bed with a very severe case of la grippe, is able to be out again. AFTER GRIPPE Vinol Restored Mr. Martui'i Strength Wapakoneta, Ohio. "I am a farmer by occupation, and the grippe left me with a bad cough and in a nervous, weak, run-down condition, and I could not Beem to get anything to do me any good until I took V inol which built me up, and my cough and nervousness are all gone, and I can truly say Vinol is all that is claimed for if James MARTIN. Vinol is a constitutional remedy for all weak, nervous and run-down condi tions of men, women and children, and for chronic coughs, colds and bronchitis. . Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store , Union City, Tennessee. .", ' Call 150 for coal of any kind. We Changed Our Business Nov. 1st FROM THE CREDIT SYSTEM TO A PENNY CASH SYSTEM v We wish to thank you for the liberal patron age you have given us and to assure you v " that we shall be in a better position to serve you in the fnture, as v , We Guarantee to Save You Money ON EACH PURCHASE No matter how small the purchase, phone us or come to see us about our new prices on everything. We can save, you from 10 to 20 per cent "Let your money talk." FRANK W. ADAMS . -'' "WE SELL IT FOR LESS" Hies Mo Furnace ILili Here is the one furnace that successfully heats your house without pipes. Just one register and it keeps every room warm. No holes to cut in the house, no expense for pipes or flues. The y can be installed In any house new or old. Heats comfortably in coldest weather. Burns coal, coke ot wood and is guaranteed to save 35 of your fuel. You get heat without dirt and no carrying of fuel and ashes up and down stairs. Less fire danger. Head This Guarantee If this, furnace is not satisfactory any time Within one year after purchase the manufac ' hirer will make it right That amply pro tects you. Come in and let us show you its economy and efficiency. , IIAILLING-KEISEH HDW. GO, UNION CITY, TENN..