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i - y - . WYES. Rev. Paul Joyner, en route to Trim I W7p)lr c a package before the war c a package during the war c a package NOW THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! . 157 The Commercial, Union City, Tenn. FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1919. Death of Mrs. Susan Ward. Nearly eighty years of age and one f the county's beloved women and mothers, Mrs. Susan Ward passed out of this life at the home of her niece at Gibbs on Thursday, August 21, 1919, after an illness from general decline. Mrs. Ward was born Susan E. Cald well at old Middlcburg, now Mount Pelia, November 7, 1840. She was a cousin of the lato Hon. W. P. Cald well, of Garndcr. Her husband died some eight or ten years ago and an only child many years ago. She is survived by a number of nieces and a newphew, viz: Mr. R. E. Nelson of Paducah, Ky., Mrs. T. R. Gregory of Newbern, Mrs. Sallie Caldwell of Dyersburg, Jesso Ward of Mengle wood, and a step grandchild. Mrs. Ward was the stepmother of J. W. S. Ward and raised a number of his motherless children. Mrs. Ward was a member of the Methodist Church. Her home for a few years has been with her niece at the hotel at Gibbs. She was known far and wide as a woman of remark able kindness of heart and depth of character, one of whom it Is said, to know her was to love her. She was a christian who lived in the grace of God and in the love of God's people. She was truly a mother to the moth erless. a friend to the friendless and everybody worshipped the good kind woman. We did not know Mrs. Ward personally, but take pleasure In quot ine the kind words said of her. Serviees were held at Gibbs, con ducted by Revs. J. R. Oliver and G W. Evans, and the remains were in terred at East View. Notice to Teachers. There will be a special cxamina tlon for teachers af the courthouse September 5 and 6. Very truly, . B. A. VAUGHN. Wk km. You &unriena Caput m : . r n '-m a name, c cvta, to fare every wufi and iefl! you tmere to tuu I am also going to tell you WHY to buy jewelry. rrwt wraf AwAlm tx, LI -.' I" hiiwi jrju wwu i&wcii v vuuiocu. n ii u ie si sen ui DrasDP.niv. Tieedje welry. LOOK prosperous and you will BE prosperous, i - Give JEWELRY, to others for presents. It is the surest mark of ap preciation and affection. Buy that jewelry you NEED for yourself and desire to give to others, sphere you get reliable things and the HONEST PRICE buy it from DIETZEL'S JEWELRY STORE EDISON PHONOGRAPHS The Best in Test : V 7 UlION CITY, TENN. bla, was thru here Monday! Rev. Joyner is arranging to again tako up hi.3 work in the Holy Land. Mrs. Blankenship, of the State of Arkansas, is a visitor in the home of her uncle, Mr. Ernest Byrd. Misses Ruth and Johnny Woody are at Glass visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Kirby, Jas. Mc Caw and wife, Mrs. Jas. McLeskey and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin McCaw, of the county seat, are among those out of the district to attend the revival services. Mr. Jas. Brown of Mountain Grove, Mo., was a late guest of Mrs. Jane Wade. Mr. and Mrs. Medona Bonner left Monday for Greenville, Texas. Mrs. Clarence Bryson entertained for her brother, Archie Shipp, the first of the week. J. W. Thorn has sold his residence to Dr. T. P. Palmer, consideration being $3000. This property is just out of town and contains a plot of ground sufficient for a poultry plant Mr. Jess Kltchell, of New Albany, Miss., was in this week, a guest of his brother, Roscoe, and sister, Mrs Clinton Callicott. Messrs. Charlie, Wid and John Bit- tick were here the past week on a vacation, visiting their parents, Mr, and Mrs. Holland Bittick. Miss Lois Ingraham, guest of Mrs, Leslie Hooper, has returned to Jack son. Messrs. Therman Phebus of Num ber Thirteen and Allie Penn of Num ber Seven, and their families were recent visitors under the parental roof with Mr. and Mrs. John Thorn. Mrs. Knox Harper and son, Joe, were mid-week visitors to Kenton. School opens Monday. Parents are cordially "invited to attend devo tional exercises and meet the corps of teachers, two of whom are Strang ers. Messrs. Ed Houser and Cothon Bonner have new cars. Clifford Latta, in the marine corps, which had distinguished service at Chateau Thierry, is in from Jefferson Barracks, permanently discharged. Mrs. R. S. Shipp, who has the weekly record of marketing 60 pounds of butter, . has gone on a strike. Mrs. Shipp has a Delaval Separator that so outranks the old way of selling butter-fat that the good lady says she is perfectly dis gusted with the loss all these years in dairying. Wayne Woody and sisters, Misses Elva and Clyde, report a pleasant day at the Fulton Fair. W. W. Agnew has placed a piano in his home for the benefit of his daughter, little Miss Elizabeth. A handsome new Edison is proving an enjoyable innovation at the Woody Hotel. ' Mr. Will Witherspoon, who suffer ed a serious attack of asthma Sun day night, is convalescent. - The local Woman's Christian Tem perance Union meets Thursday after noon with the county organization In convention the day following. BETHEL. The meeting here closed Saturday, with eleven additions to the church. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Neeley are en tertaining a fine boy, lately born and christened John Pershing. : .The eighth graders of our school enjoyed an outing Saturday on the lake. Mr. Mat True Rnd family were in Troy Saturday. . Mr. Roy Smith and family; of Troy, were the guests of Mr. Ozrose Prim rose and fajnily Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Jim Sanders and sister visited relatives near Sanders Chapel recent ly. Mr. McMahon and son, Willie, were In Kenton Saturday. Mr. Wilson Nipp and family moved last Thursday to the locality near Hickman. Mr. Cary Toombs and family, of Fremont, visited Mrs. Toombs' Dar- ents, Mr. r.nd Mrs. Tom Neeley, Fri day night. Messrs. Roy Smith, Ozrose Prlm- ro3e, Fonnie Dyer, Austin Brown and Laughton Primrose motoreJ to the washout. Sunday. 1 Preaching at Bethel thei second Sunday. You are cordially invited. TRIXIE. GET READY. ' r Now is the time that your hens will moult or shed their feathers. This process Is rather slow and Na ture should be assisted. B. A, Thomas' Poultry Remedy will help your hens to moult causing them to shed earlier and be ready to lay when eggs are highest in the winter. If this remedy does not make good, we will. : ' Frank C. Wehman, Union City, Tenn. A. Cummings, Rives,, Tenn. Guy & Peory, Polk, Tenn. I . OF 66 TT TU'TTTTT) mmw9 VALUES These are times when the advantages of standard qual ities and values are emphasized Standardized merchan dise is your safeguard in these troublous days-Prices are increasing; you know that Quality merchandise is becoming scarcer, but you can always count on Variety Quality merchandise, and good values at Leibovitz's "Live Store" Standardized Merchandise such as Fashion-Park and Leibovitz's Guar anteed All Wool Suits, Stacy - Adams "BM)'g!g3e""1' -" "-IWtessSMc-1 11 . , 1 a. ' iw i" t" 1 1 ii ,..,,. ,. r ; -Ti -it r-aa "" 1 - . - -r r " and Walk-Over Shoes, Stetson Hats, Manhattan and Arrow Shirts and Collars, Dutchess Guaranteed Trous- ers, Holeproof Guaranteed Hosiery, Royal Made-to-Measure Clothes and other Standardized Lines, are sold here continuously Whether you purchase here tomorrow, next week or next year, you can be sure that I recognize it my duty, as your merchant, to protect you in the goods you buy, and the prices you pay. 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