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Miss Alary Prather is visiting in Batesville, Ark. Miss Edith Quinn is a visitor in Jackson this week. Mrs. F. J. Smith, after a few days illness, is improving. Mrs. Osborne, cf Hickman, was a shopper here yesterday. E. P. Wright's for feed. Mr. Dave Shatz was u social visitor v at Jackson Tuesday, night. Mr. Morton KImbrough, of Halls, was a social visitor here Sunday. Miss Elsie Witherington is quite sick with influenza this week. Mr. John O'Daniel, of Rutherford, was a visitor in the city Monday. Nice line candy, fruits and cigars at Forrester's. Miss Eula Clark was a visitor Sun day with homefolks near Hickman. Mrs. Herschel Bradley was the guest of friends in Rives this week. Misses Bessie and Sadie Shatz, of Kenton, were shoppers here Monday. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Allmond has been quite sick this week. Flour in wood at E. P. Wright's. Mrs. Harry Edwards and children have returned from a visit to St. Louis. Mrs. Novella Parsons, of Dyers burg, is here visiting her sister, Mrs. Jno. Baird. Mrs. J. B. Clayton was the gue3t for the week of friends and relatives in Moscow, Ky. ' For a square deal try E. P. Wright's. Little Billio Walker, who has been sick for some time, wo are glad to say is improving. Mr. Levi Osborne, after a ton days furlough with friends has returned to Camp Funston. Mrs. W. R. Webster has returned from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. T F. Thomson, at Fulton. Fancy fruit at E. P. Wright's. Mr. Monroe Patterson and sister, of Kenton, visited their sister, Miss Delia Patterson, this week. Mrs. Curry, of Jackson, Tenn., is visiting in the home of her son, Mr. Algie Curry, Division street. Little Miss Martha and Master Joe Kenney have been sick this week with the flu, but are improving. Where do you eat and drink? After all Forrester's place is the lest. Miss Sonsie Carter, after a visit here with Mrs. Jack Hubbs, has re turned to her home in Mayfield. Messrs. W. P. Rogers, Fred Ma veety and Norman Stone attended the Brownsville dance last Friday. Mr. and Mr3. H. R. ifarper, of St. Louis, were in the city this week vi3iting Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brown. E. P. Wright is willing for you to weigh after him. Mrs. Harry Robinson and Miss Margaret Watson were in Clinton Tuesday visiting friends and rela tives. Mrs. J. R. Cunningham, who has been quite sick, was called to Hick man on account of the illness of her father. Fresh meat at E. P. Wright's. Mrs. Ella Howse r)and children, Helen and Evelyn, spent Saturday and Sunday in Trenton with Mr. G. R. Howse. Corporal John B. Rice, having been discharged from military serv ice at Camp Wadoworth, has return ed to Union City. You will get your money's worth at E. P. Wright's. Mrs. W. H. Swiggart is in Nash ville this week visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. D. Porter, In the home of Mf . and Mrs. Porter. The many friends here of Mr. Dave Woody, whose death took place at his home in Rives, tender . the kindest condolences. See Howard & Buraey if you want a farm, house and lot. All sizes. Easy terms. Now is the time to buy. . Miss Ivan Wilson has returned to her home in Nashville after a very pleasant holiday visit to her friends, Mrs. J. V. Hefley and Miss Ima Pearl Board. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pricto, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Arnold, Mrs. Geo. Dahnke and Mrs. John Semones went to St. Louis this week for a few days pleas-" ure trip. Private C. T. Bramham left Atlanta Thursday night with U. S. Marines for Paris, France. Private Bram ham is a brother of Mrs. W. E. Jack son, this city. Howard & Burney will make a bond for you in any amount and for anything. They represent one of the largest and best bonding companies. See them. ' 43-2t I N wl liwwi m W'&wr Wmd k'i-fJ ?vL jPw Copyright 1918, Hart Schaffner & Mart Victory Prices for Our Victorious Soldiers When the fighters who are coming home every day now were first- getting into action, several months ago, we received a big stock of fine all-wool clothes . HART SCHAFFNER '& MARX CLOTHES And we bought them at prices that were surprisingly low, considering low for such quality and the styles are the latest and best. The men conditions The fine part of it all is this: We have these clothes at home who want good; stylish, all-wool clothes are in on this, too; ready now as a welcome to the home-coming fighters. And it's a they've been fighting behind the line and they re entitled to these royal welcome as far as clothes go; because the prices are extremely special Victory prices, too. It's an opportunity for all of you to save money. Some wonderful values at $25.00, $30.00, $35.00 and $37.50. Priced very reasonably and all at a saving, considering the quality of such high-grade clothing. W. 'G. CLAGETT COMFA.N"V Mil Robert Morris, who' has been statilned at Camp Gordon, in mili tary service, has been discharged afed. leturncd home to Obion. Messrs. Pierce Pardue and Ferrell Alexander, who have returned from France, were expected to receive their discharges Wednesday and to return home next Sunday. J. S. Roberts, of Moscow, was a visitor in the city Monday and Tues day attending to business connected with the Old National Bank, of which he,4s vice president. J. E. Maveety, of Jackson, is in tho city with Mrs. Mr.vccty and baby at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pink Marshall. Mrc. Maveety and baby have been sick but aro recovering. Master William Walker Tanner made his appearance here last Tues day morning and is being entertain ed in the home of his grandmother, Mrs. N. E. Beck, on Ury street. , Miss Beulah Lunsford, after a stay in Union City as ono of the tele phone exchango girls, left last Sat urday for her home in Ardmore, Okla. Miss Lunoford made many friends during her stay here. Mrs. Paul Croft, Clinton, 111., stop ped in the city to visit her mother, .Mrs, D. J. Caldvoll, cn route to. Nashville to viait her sister, Miss Pauline Caldwcll, in St. Thomas Hospital, who has been suffering with influenza,' but is improving and will be out soon. Talk the matter over with Howard & Burney if you need a home, a farm, or fire insurance on anything. They will make a bond for you for any amount and do it now. They have all size farms for sale. See them. 43-2t Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Morgan have returned from Dallas,' Tex., after a three weeks visit with relatives and friends. Mr. Morgan tells us that the people out there are very en thusiastic over tho Burko Burnett oil fields. The country there ia flourish ing with plenty of money and good times. Dr. Albert Kimzcy, appointed by the U. S. Government from' Camp Pike to enter the Rockefeller Insti tute as specialist in the treatment of infected wounds, after which ho will be premanently located at tho U. S General Hospital No. 1, New York City. Dr. Kimzcy is very kindly re membered in Union City and his friends are glad to see him "going up." Wait for Dr. Saunders. See Dr. Saunders at his office in Union City fourth Monday in each month. High-grade toric and Kryp tok lenses, new stylo frames and mountings. Glasses mado to order. - P. S. Dr. Saunders has an office in Martin over Bell's grocery store, open fourth Saturday in each month SHADY GROVE. Misses Sallye and Littyo Mae Gray and Lola Neislcr visited Mr. and Mrs. Lee Roberts and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Douglas in Fulton Saturday and Sun uuy. Mrs. Tiny Jonakin is expecting her son, Harry Duncan, home on a fur lough soon. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Reese spent Wed nesday with Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Gray. Preaching at Shady Grove Sunday morning and Sunday night. L. J. Gray was in Fulton Saturday on business. BLUE EYES. Liberty Bonds We will buy your Liber ty Bonds and pay top cash prices. See, write or tele phone us before selling. We will pay unpaid in stallments on bonds. CORUM & MILES, Union City, Tenn. A. J. Coram W. M. Mile. BETHLEHEM. Mr; and Mrs. Frank Hays are sick with influenza. Miss Virginia Heflin, of Number Sixteen, is visiting her, sister, Mrs. Will Baulch. Mrs. Lexie Mathio and children, of Chicago, ere visiting Mrs. Mathis' parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Corum. Mr. Paul Warren, son of Mr. Tay lor Warren, camo homo on a fur lough from Camp Custer. Mr. War ren and family have moved to Num bcr Seven, having sold his place to Mr. John Reeves. Wo regret to lose so many good people from our com munity but extend a hearty welcome to the new comers. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Stanfll and Mr. Jim Kersey and family have moved to town. Their places are owned and occupied by , Mr. Newt Vaden and family and Mrs. Jacob and children, respectively. Mrs. Jacob's mother, Mrs. Gaskins, and brother and sister are living with her. Mr. Jacob was among those killed in the wreck on the N., C. & S. L. road last July. Mr. Cayce Yates and family occupy the Swiggart place vacated by Mr. Dave Burrow. Mr. Charlie Hickman and family have moved to Mrs. Walters' place The many friends of Mrs. Arch Harpole are glad to hear that she is regaining health after a long illness. Katherine Wood, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wood, received a brother as a Christmas gift. Mas ter Robert Wood arrived Christmas eve. A new son arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Weaks Monday, the 13th inst. The Community Club will have its next meeting with Mrs. Will Adams Tuesday, Jan. 21, and urge all mem bers who can come to be present. 'A CLUB MEMBER. Dr. Saunders in Union City. See Dr. Geo. M. Saunders at his office in Union City, Washington Ave., fourth Monday in each month, for high-grade opectaclcs and "eye glasses at reasonable prices. 43tf Our Subscribers. New subscribers and renewals to The Commercial the month past are: T. J. Bonner, Rives; L. W. Bondu rcnt, Number Sixteen; J. T. Ray, Number Three; J. H. Blanton, Troy; Lieut. D. E. Penick, Fairfield, Ohio; Frank W. Cox, Texarkana, Ark.Tex.; G. S. Joynor, Number Thirteen; J. W. Johnson, Number One; Lee Grady, Number Six; W. T. Nichols, Davidson County, Tenn.; L. L. "Hays, Number Six; Rev. J. W. Hodges, Humboldt; Arthur Carr, Number Eight; C. V. Logan, Number Ten; W. T. Samon3, Number One; R. H. Joyner, Jordan; G. W. Coley, Num ber Seven; Mrs.- Fannio Prather, Number Two; Mrs. Bcttie' Ward,' Number Three; M. L. Stroud, Num ber Thirteen; Lexie P. Hog&n, Paris Island, S. C; I. G. Edwards, Number Throe; D. R. Hemphill, Number Six teen; J. D. McBride, Number Twelve; Mrs. T. W. Ownby, Martin; C. L. Kersey, Number Ton; Mrs. D. D. Fouto, Vardaman, Miss.; W. T. Rob inson, Shelby ville, Tenn.; Mrs. Liz zie Farris, Carutheravillc, Mo.; E. T. Penn, Number Seven; J. G. Coving ton, Number Thirteen; Miss Laura Wilson, Forney, Texas; Mrs. H. H. Stephenson, Dyer, Tenn,; T. A. Cole man, O. F. Trecce, Number Five; J. W. Harrison, Number One; J. W. Keith, Number Fivo; W. P. Thorn ton, Number Four; Mrs. Mattie Mc Lean, Nashville; Mrs. L. A. Hovis, Bristow, Okla.; Mrs. J. D. Bcldridge, Webb City, Mo.; Mrs. M. E. Hamil ton, Number One; J. C. Walkor, Number Seven; T. W. Harpole, Num ber One; Henry Mayers, Chicago; W. H. Latimer, Number: Ten; McAdoo Harris, Number Four; H. C. Bowers, Number Seven; A. W. Harpole, Num ber One; Timothy Grimes, Number Ton; H. E. Olive, Savannah,. Ga.; Mr3. John W. Bransfoid, Yazoo City, Miss.; Mrs. R. L. Vaughn, Rives; T. F. Wood, Number One; Miss Mar garet Boston, Sharkey, Mies.; J. W. Bush, Berkeley, Cal.; Miss Mary Bowers,' Lewisburg, Tenn. ; R. L. Lockcrt, Number Thirteen ; J. F. Powell, Number Three; C. D. Reeder,' Rives; G. C. Cloys, W. A. Houser Number Thirtcon; M. H. Underwood, Number Four; Duncan Harrison, Nashville; Homer Catron, Number Thirteen; John W. Ferguson, Num ber Two; S. A. MeClanahan, East Nashville; C. S. Chandler,' Burling ton, 111.; Jas. F. Chambers,. Number Seven; E. L. Rico, Louisvillo, Ky.; C. C. Phebu3, Rives; Vaden Calhoun, Lilburn, Mo.; T. W. Ferrell, Number Ten; B. T. Phcbus, Number Four; Algie B. Hale, Number Two; Robt. Cook, Number Ten; I. J. Cook, Polk; I..W. Stone, Number Thirteen; C. C. Haley, Number Seven; W. L. Wom ack, Rives; A. K. McMurry, Number Two; C. W. Byrns, Rives; W. J. Starnes, Number Four; J. H. McCaw, Rives; J. P. DcMycr, Harris; W. E. Gray, Number Four; Mr3. Nina Rob insonv Rive3; Sil.io Prcuctt, Number. Two; Mra. S. L. Cloar, Number Three; Mrs. G. P. Barksdale, Boone villo, Miss.; J. F. Cole, Number Sev en; J. E. Freeman, Number Three; Chas. B. Naylor, city; W. R. Hogan. Number Ten; J. F. White, Floys W. Carter, Number Seven; Miss Zadle Stephens, . O ton, Ky.; Garland White, NumbcV! Seven'; Mrs. Wm. P. Morton, Okmulgee, Okla.; G. W. Tucker, Number Thirteen; S. S. Powers, dumber One; Dallas Fores ter, Number Thirtcon; R. F. Nail ling, Sharon, Tenn.; J. H. Conn, crutchfleld, Ky.; Mrs. J. T. Wray, T. J. Malone, Mra. L. C. Arnold, Mrs. J. E. Loskcy, Mrsti. M. Sanders, R. L. Scott, Mrs. M. C. Wade, E. S. Knox, W. H. Riloy, G. R. Kenney, W. B! Gibbs, S. D. Woosloy, Fred Taylor, C. G. Naylor, Mrs. P. M. Mc Hugh, Mra. S. D. Smith, Geo. Moody, Mrs. W. L. Johnson, Mrs. S. A. Rogers, A. N. Dickson, M. R. Powell, city; J. S. Roberts, Moscow, Ky.; J. R. Penn, Martin; Mrs. Annio T. Park, Kenton; C. L. Woody, Rives. Agreement that the first full ses sion of tho peaco conference will ba hold Saturday, January 18, was reached by the Supremo War Coun cil at its sitting,, according to an official communication. Tho meet- -ing also reached agreement as to the terms of the renewal of the armistice.