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tton Seed eal. Just received car M Meal and Hulls. Nt ii a I - moiesaie rices. Si P Cars for Hire i Auto Supplies and Repairing Cor. First and Harrison Sts. Telephone 311 United States Tires Recommended. Give Courteous Attention When Telephoning Concentration and courteous attention given to a telephone con versation is a mark of respect that will be appreciated. Frequent interruptions and re quests to repeat mar the pleasure of the talk. Concentrate on what is be ing said and talk with a smile. Courtesy is like oil to machinery the lack of it will cause friction and friction in telephone talking is a thing to be avoided. . When you Telephone Smile CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated NEWS NOTES. President Wilson's welcome to England was the most remarkable ever given a visiting ruler to the world's metropolis. Destroyers of tho British navy met his yacht half way across the English Channel and convoyed it to Dover, where he was enthusiastically greeted. At every station thousands shouted their, wel comes as his train speeded to Lon don. In London he wes received by King George, tho British Premier and other notables. But the greatest demonstration was that staged In the streets of London, as the proces sion moved from the ststion to Buck ingham Palace. The largest crowd that has ever greeted a visitor to London paid tribute to 'the American Chief Executive with roaring cheers. After his arrival at Buckingham Pal ace the crowds called for him and Em 11 Hulls and ana reran. Call County IJl'fg Co. MAN, Mgr. Both Phones FORRESTER'S RAGE ho was forced to make a speech to wounded soldiers. Fatherless Children of France, Never before in the life of our civilization has there been such an opportunity as is offered to-day to men and women to act upon the. ex ample of Him who said, "Suffer little children ' to come unto me." Our brave khaki clad crusaders have whispered into little hearts, you will be taken care of. . Thirty-six dollars and fifty cents will keep a child in its mother's home, but without this assistance the mother cannot keep her child with her. On Christmas day the Christian Church of Rives adopted three French orphans, also a young lady of, this city adopted one. Will you respond to this noble cause? LOCAL AND PERSONAL Eat at Forrester's. B. C. Bramham left this week far a business trip to Evr.n3ville, Ind. Mrs. R. A. Napier suffered from an attack of Influenza last week, but is recovering. Mr. Ed Reeves is at home from Vanderbilt Unlverrity, where he was enrolled with tho S. A. T. C. Sgt. Thurman Talley was up from Park Field this week with relatives and friends. Mrs. J. L. Hornbeak was a visitor during the holidays with relatives and friends in the city. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Nichols were holidays visitors with relatives in St. Louis and Poplar Bluff, Mo. Nice line candy, fruits and cigars at Forrester's. Mr. Will Morris Hardy, of Atlanta, Ga., was a holiday visitor thi3 week with relatives nnd friends in Union City. Dr. H. T. Butler returned last week to Memphis to tho offices of Dr. Leroy for medical consultation and treatment. . ' ; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Nichols were holiday visitors in Grenada, Miss and Memphis last week with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ervin, of the vicinity of Troy, were hero this wtfik for the holidays visiting relatives and friends. Mr. Ollie Dahnke, from overseas service, arrived at homo in Union City last week and. a very warm wel come awaited him. Miss Lettye Bell, of Hartford, Ky is a visitor this week as tho guest of Misses Hettie and Ruth Riley on South Third street. Editor Glass and Mr. Morris, of the Newborn Tcnnessean, were here during tho holidays passing thru for a visit to Humboldt. Phone G. P. Moody, No. 206, for turkeys to raise on the shares. 35t Lieut. D. E. Penick, A. G. S. D.( training camp at Fairfield, Ohio, was a holiday visitor with his mother and friends in tho city. Mr. and Mrs. Leanfon Cloys and little son, Cheatham street, were very sick for a few days with influ enza, but are improving. Miss Blanche London has return cd from a holiday visit to relatives and friends at Franklin, Mount Pleasant and Columbia, Tenn. Mr. Roger Caldwell, traveling for the Childs Specialty House, has been enjoying the Christmas holidays at home with relatives and friends. Editor J. C. Sexton, of the Hick mart Courier, was a visitor here last week on his way to Sturgeon, Mo., to spend a few days with his mother. Stomach distress goes in five min utes. Oliver's Drug Store ; guaran tees Mi-O-Na to relieve indigestion or any stomach trouble, or money back. Where do you eat and drink t After all Forrester's place is the best. Gen. and Mrs. W. H. Swlggart, Jr., and little daughtor, coming home from Nashville, enjoyed the holidays with relatives and friends in Union City. ; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Alexander, Nashville, were in tho city for a visit during tho holidays with Mrs. Alex ander's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brice. Mr. and Mrs. Claud S. Whitley and little daughter, Evelyn, were in Fulton during the holidays "visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Williams, Eddings street. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Vaccaro, Memphis, were holiday visitors last week in the city in tno home of Mrs. Ligon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. K Ligon. Mr. Vernon Verhino, who has been located at Camp Meade, in mill tary service, wa3 here for a holiday visit with homefolks and friends in Union City. J. R. Hughes (Uncle Dick), who has been located with his Bon, Mr. Dan Hughes, in Memphis, 'wa.3 here during the holidays mingling with old-time friends. - Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Robcy, Nash ville, were here as holiday visitors with relatives and friends in the county. Mr. Robey is with the" Edu cational Bureau, State Capitot. Mr. Hardy Ligon, who has been located in St. Louis for a number of years, was a holiday visitor this week with Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Ligon and other relatives and friends In the city. -. : . ; We acknowledge receipt of Santa Claus letters from little Elmo, Jlomer and James Taylor Wright and Verce Bell Hargett, cf Obion, arriving Just a few minutes too late for publica tion. Therefore the letters . could not be printod before Christmas, but we presumo Santa Clau3, who re ceived them, "has responded and the little folka have been mado happy. Since the letter which appears in this paper was written. Dolus C. Roberts was reported severely wound ed in. the press report of tho honor roll. Mr. Roberts was e native of the county. Mrs. Chas. W. Miles, Sr., leaves this week for St. Petersburg, Fla., to enjoy the balm and-pleasure of the famous Floridr. coast climate. She will be at the Hotel Detroit for tho winter. Mrs. Belle Bcrryhill, r.ftcr a few days visit in tho city for the holidays with her parents and friends, return ed to St. Louis Sunday, where she has been located for ner.rly a year as staff attache of the Star. It's the simplest thing in the world to use Hyomei and end catarrh, Breathe the medication thru the lit tie inhaler in every outfit and you will get relief at once. Money back if it fails. Oliver's Drug Store. Mr. Rex Naylor, who was former ly stationed at Camp Upton, N. Y, latterly at Camp Lee, Va., was here for the holidays enjoying a visit in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. G. Naylor, Ury( street. Mr. and Mrs. Rico Pierce, Jr., were in the city during the holidays for a visjt -with Mr. Pierce's parents Hon. and MrRico Pierce on Florida avenue. MrJPierce is an officer in one of the Western training camps Pvt. Marshall Garth, who was with the S. A. T. C, University of Tennessee, and later matriculated in the sophomore department of the school, was a holiday visitor here with his mother, Mrs. Cordie Garth Mrs. L. C. Arnold and daughter, Mios Kathleen, returned , home Sun day from a visit to Mrs. Arnold's mother at Murphysboro, 111. The latter had been very sick but was improved before Mrs. Arnold left her Robert D. Gray, slightly wounded was one of the names which appear cd last week in the honor roll. Mr, Gray is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gray, near the city, end we trust that he has by this time fully recov ered. Cadet Haydon Norwood, of Car- ruthers Field, Texas, was home on a furlough enjoying a holiday visit with friends in Union City. Mr, Norwood was formerly connected with the M. & O. R. R. Co. freight offices as clerk. Mr. John Sanders, representing the Childs Specialty House as salesman in Florida, was a holiday visitor in the city. Mrs. Sanders, hia mother. will spend a few months of the win ter with relatives and friends at Vinegar Bend, Ala. Mrs. A. N. Dickson was called to Humboldt Sunday on account of the death of her father, W. W. Brown. Mr. Brown was an old and honored citizen of his section- He served with the Confederacy thruout the Civil War. He was about 85 years old. LIBERTY BONDS. If necessity compels you to sell, bring us your bonds and get the cash; no red tape or delay; money advanced to pay installments. 38tf TITTSWORTH REALTY CO. Union City, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Velmer Hollomon havo returned from Ms.con, Ga., whero Mr. Hollomon has been sta tioned for several months in military Eorvice. He comes homo vlth an hon orable discharge, ready to take up again his civilian duties, and tells us that there were only two thou sand troops left at Camp Wheeler. Senator D. P. Caldwell left this week for Nashville, going to locate his quarters and attend the Demo cratic conferences prior to the meet ing of the General Assembly on the first Monday in January, 1919. He will be on hand ready to take up his work when tho Legi3lature o pens and to servo his constituents when called upon. Mrs. John R. George left Sunday for a few days visit in St. Tiouis with Mr. George, who had been thcro for several days getting his samples ready for tho road. , Mr. George has been traveling for the Hcrkel-Meiser Trunk Co. for a number of years and is one of the hcadliner salesmen for the house, one of the largest jobbing and importing concerns of the South. A letter, dated Nov. 24, from Cor poral Fred Nailling in France to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Nailling, this city, reports the soldier enjoying fine health and spirits, and ho adds that he expects to eat Christmas din ner at home one year from now. This letter was indeed a very great relief to the parents who had not received arty news from Corporal Nailling for nearly two months. Corporal Nailling has hosts of friends at home who forward the kindest greetings. LIBERTY BONDS. If necessity compels you to sell, bring us your bonds and get the cash; no red tape or delay; money advanced to pay installments. 38tf TITTSWORTH REALTY CO. Union City, Tenn. LOOK WHO'S HERE OR. A. II EOGHNER AT BURGHARD'S DRUG STORE For Two Weeks With His Famous Remedies Here Given. These remedies are known as Bochner's Improved Vegetable Regu lator for all diseases of the stomach, liver trouble, chronic constipation, stomach swell and bloat indigestion in its worst form. One hundred dollars we offer in window display at Burchard's Drug Store corner If these remedies, fall as advertised. You may have had the flu. If you try Bochner's treatment we will start you on the road to health again. Now listen! we will give away FREE a $1.25 bottlo of Bochner's Iron Elixir if you spend one dollar for one bottle of Improved Vegetable Regulator, a $2.50 treatment for one dollar. To the sufferer of rheuma tism, kidney disease, bladder trouble, catarrh of the head or any disease of the blood Iron Elixir will give you staying qualities when you are weak, nervous and all run down. For sale at Burchard's Drug Store under a positive guarantee or money refunded. For two weeks you will find Dr. A M. Bochner at the drug storo to dem onstrate his famous remedies. Twen ty-five hundred bottles sold in Jack son in one week. Adv Our young friend, J. C. Walker, cf Number Seven, while here paying us a friendly call, told U3 about an in cident of the Nichols sale. A cow with young calf wa3 sold and deliv ered and six days afterwards gave birth to another calf. Mr. Walker says the former owner of the cow stated that the first calf was hers and she was fresh with milk. Old Muly is now taking care of two calves. Mr. Sam'l D. Woosley, this city, is in receipt of the French edition of the "Stars and Strips," published in Paris, forwarded to him by his son, Gerald Woosley, in overseas service The paper is an interesting one, dealing with tho big events of the war and much that is personal in the army ranks. It i3 a fine paper, and the young man sends his greet ings, reporting himself in fine health and pleasant surroundings. Messrs. J. C. McRee, Hunter Elam and Alwyn Brevard entered the real estate market a few days ago and bought another fine farm, known as the Howard farm in Number Seven, a tract of some two hundred acres, more or less, at the market value. which gives them now a body of some five or six hundred acres in one tract and very fine farming land. These young agriculturists may develop on this farm some great things in mod ern farming and the livestock in dustry. There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to be in curable. For a great many years doctors pro nounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science has proven Catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment, Hairs Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J, Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitu tional cure on the market. It is taken internally. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Addrens: F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O, Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Found Dead in Well. Hickman, Ky., Dec. 26. Charlie Bacon, member of a well known family residing a few miles south east of town, was found dead in a well on the farm where' ho resided yesterday about noon, Mr. Bacon having disappeared on Saturday afternoon and search being made im mediately. He was a bachelor and had resided alone sinco his mother's death, and in his despondency it is thought that he committed suicide, there being no other cause for his act. - He is survived by two brothers, Lcm and Drew Bacon, prominent and well-to-do farmers. Interment was had this morning at Beech Grove. Milk in Winter. Why do your cows give less milk in winter than they do in summer T Just because nature does not supply them with grasses and green food. But we have come to tho assistance of Damo Nature with B. A. Thomas' Stock Remedy which contains the very ingredients that tho green feed supplies in season, only, of course, in a more highly concentrated form. We guarantee that this remedy will make your cows give moro milk, and better milk, with the seme feed. For sale' by Frank C., Wehman, Unit n City, Tenn.;, Guy & Peery, Polk, Tenn. ; T. A. Cummings, Rives, Tenn. . s CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE Adding perfect order. Very price. McAdoo Coal Co. machine in reasonable 38-4t FOR SALE Underwood type writer, good condition, a bargain. McAdoo Coal Co. 38-4t LOST Between my home and Un ion City a crank for an Elgin, auto mobile. Leave at Tho Commercial office or notify R. B. Callicott. 'Rives. R. F. D. No. 2. 40-ltpd LOST About two miles west of Union City on lake road one Macbeth Light Dimmer belonging to a Willys Knight Car. Will pay reward for same. E. W. Carter, Clinton, Ky. FOR RENT Room3 for light housekeepers or roomers. I will also sell my home and extra large lot, corner Harrison and Ury streets; also 3 -acre lot in Baptistvllle. Will exchange for business property. Ap ply to Mrs. W. W. Holloway. 38tf RtniVTinl1pr' WH Notice is hereby given that the annual meeting of the ctockholders of the Old National Bank of Union City, Tenn., will be held in tho bank ing room of said bank on Tuesday, January 14, 1919, at 2 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing cloven di rectors to serve for the ensuing year, and to consider any other business that may come beforo said meeting. We urge you to be present at, this mooting. - - R. P. WHITESELL. President. . A. L. GARTH, Cashier. 37-6t Stockholder's Meeting. The stockholders of the Third National Bank of Union City, Tenn., will hold their regular annual meet ing in their bank building at 10 o'clock a. m. on Tuesday, January 14, 1919, for the purpose of electing directors for tho ensuing year. Every stockholder should be represented at this meeting either in person or by proxy. .38-4t THIRD NATIONAL BANK, D. N. WALKER, Vice President. HUNTER ELAM, Cashier. ; Stockholders' Meeting. The regular annual meeting of the Stockholders of tho Farmers Ex change Bank of Union City, Tenn., will be held in tho bank building at 2 P, M. THURSDAY, JAN. 9, 1919, for, the purpose of electing directors, president, vice president and cashier for the ensuing year. It is hoped every stockholder will be present, either in person or by proxy. 39-3t HARRIS PARKS. President. Stockholders' Meeting. Notice is hereby given that the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Reynolds Packing Company of Union City,' Tenn., will be held at tho City Hall in Union City on Mon day, January 13, 1919, at 1:30 p. m., for the purpose of electing seven di rectors to serve for the ensuing year. Also to consider Increasing the capi tal stock from $25,0000 to $100,000 and to consider any other business that may come before said meelng. W. G. REYNOLDS, President. AT LAST. I have decided on a Singer Sewing: Machine and motor for my wife's Christmas present. r Sir, that's a fine selection. Advise us when to send it out. Will take $50 Liberty Bond or Stamps in ex change, also your old machine if you have one. 38-3t SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO., Union City, Tonn., Phone 232. To the Public. I take this method of informing my friends and the general public that my corn mill is in charge of Mr. T. C. Hays, a competent miller, and is in operation daily. I will appre ciate your patronage. 38-4t J. N. BRADSHAW. SHEEP FOR SALE. Ninety-six hoad of ewes about ready to lamb and three good bucks. See Marvin Chp.pel at courthouse. Union City. . FURS FURS Bring us what you have on hand and take advantage of the big: market prices. We need the same to nil our present orders. Prices are exceedingly high and uncertain. Now is the time to 11 t a ' . ell. Bring them in now. Our prices change with the market, our assortment never. Ilninn Irnn 9. Clnnl P uiiiuii nun u; OIGGI UUs Hyman Shapiro, Manager Union City, - Tennessee NOTICE. I have purchased the grocery busi ness of J. T. Vinson. I will carry a line of fresh meats, also a full line of groceries. Will study to please my customers. Will insure the weight and price to he right. 36-tf E. P. WEIGHT.