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For Divison cf th3 Estate of tha Late Baj. W. L Alexander.
- - Fop Sals - - 333 acre farm located in Fulton County, Ky.,' 3 miles west of Cayce. This is one of the best farms la Fulton County, and there are none better in the state. Thf soil is in a high state of cultivation and very productive. The beautiful brick residence property located on the corner of First and Ury Sts., Union City, Tennessee. This property has an ideal location as to school, church and business district. Possession can be had at once. For price and terms see, phone or write, Tittsworth Realty Co. Union City, Tenn. SPECIAL, NOTICE To the People in and around Union City. CRAIG'S BARBER SHOP is now operated by VARNELL BROS. OF TRENTON, TENN. We have three good barbers with not less than eight years experience. Come and give ua a trial. A smile guaranteed with every shave. Baths, Shoeshines and Splendid Service. VARLNELL BIROS. A A JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER SHIPMENT CLEVELAND TRACTORS Plows, Disc Harrows and Pulverizers Sold on Liberal Terms S. G. Allen and Overland Sales Co. PHONE 126 Live Stock Insurance Prevent losses of CATTLE. HORSES, HOGS and SHEEP by immunizing with dependable vaccines. CLOYS SELLS Anti-Hog-Cholera , Serum, Swine Plague Bacterin, Mixed Bacterin Swine, Swine Worm Capsules, Full line of Sera and Vac cines for Cattle, Horses and Sheep; Vaccinating Instruments, Capsulemstruments, . ' Veterinaryupplies. Telephone, 195. (Night 510-W.) Home 48 Night 228. . CLOYS SERUM COMPANY . Vniofi City, Tenn. The Commercial, Union City, Tenn. FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1919. NOTED CAET00NIST AT THE CHAUTAUQUA. Best One-Man Entertainer in Amer ica and Quartet. In A Barber Shop. There were three men in the bar ber shop. There were the barber, the victim in the chair, and the waiting victim. The waiting victim, remarked: "Anything going on tonight, Late?" Barber, "Humorist and cartoon ist at the Redpath Chautauqua tent." W. V. "Any good?" B. "Said to be pretty cute." W. V. "What's hi3 name?" B. "There's the card stuck in the mirror Packard Alton Packard's his name." W. V. "It's a speedy name all right, and his picture looks like he might be nearly sane." , ' The victim in the chair, speaking through three layers of lather re marked: "It's a bum picture of him." Barber "Seen him?" Victim in Chair "Often, but that that picture looks, nothing like him; you'd never recognize him from that." B. "Ugly mug, eh?" V. I. C "Absolute, limit." B. "Where'd yer see im?" V. I. C. "In the looking glass I'm Packard." BASEBALL WEATHER The game Tuesday afternoon on the grounds of the Union City Train ing School was a speedy match be tween Union City and Woodland Mills, with outside support for Woodland. Makes no difference, they played hall. Looked like the world series in the clinches. Union City made a run in the second, the fifth and two runs in the eighth, Woodland scored in third, fourth and fifth. The Union City team was lined up as follows: Nealy, r.f.; Webster, 1st; Rankin, 3rd; Ragin, s. s.; Mil likin, 2nd; Williams, c. f.; C. Brum- mel, p.; Waddell, c; Parks, r. f. Woodland Mills: McClelland G. Preuett, Johnson, Glenn, Hefley, R. Preuett, H. Jones, P. Jones, Garri gan. Evans-Chambers Wedding. Lovely in detail end of wide so cial Interest was the wedding of Miss Aileen Chambers and Mr. Byrne Evans, of Russellville, Ky., which was solemnized this afternoon on the sloping lawn of Meadow brook, the home of the bride's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. James M. Cham bers. The ceremony was performed by Rev. W. W. Armstrong in the pres ence of several hundred friends and relatives. An interesting feature of the wed ding was the beautiful musical pro gram rendered by Mrs. J. W. Ran kin, of Martin, pianist, Mr. Vivian Barlow, of Barlow, baritone, and Mr. Lewis Jewell, of Trenton, vio linist. The bride was especially lovely in her gown of white beaded geor gette over satin and wide leghorn hat trimmed with satin and geor gette. She carried a shower bou quet of bride's roses and lilies of the valley. The bride entered with her father, who gave her in marriage. The home was beautifully decor ated in pink with ferns and sweet peas. A delicious ice course was served by Misses Jeanie Garth and Juna Reynolds, of Union City, Marguer ite Taylor, of Martin, Elizabeth Chambers, of Fulton, Virginia Fara bough, of Memphis, and Mary F. Shelton, of Clinton. After tho reception a buffet sup per was served to the bridal party. Mr. and Mrs. Evano then left for an extensive trip in their car, a gift from the bride's parents. On their return they will reside in Russell ville. Fulton Leader. Sisters to Marry. Hickman, Ky.," June 20. A double wedding of much interest was that on last Wednesday eve ning at the First Methodist Church, when the Misses Sarah and Lula Ma ry Douglass, daughters of the Rev. and Mrs. Reuben Clark Douglass, were married to Benjamin F. Briggs, and William Eugene Hast ings, respectively. The brides are granddaughters of Dr. L. L. Al exander, of Paris, and Memphis, Tenn. Mr. Briggs is a resident of Hickman and Mr. Hastings is a Memphian, connected with the Brin-ly-Hardy Company, of Louisville, Ky. Battle Creek Coal clean and clinkerless McAdoo Coal Co. Birthday Dirtier. A number of the friends gathered ct the heme of Mrs. Aqn Lawrence uuday with well filled baskets to celebrate Mrs. Lawrence's 79th birthday. It was a pleasant day and a largo crowd was present. The visitors were delightfully dined and entertained. Present were: Em Brown and family, Buck Stewart and family, Bud Luker and family, Cecil Cau dle and family, Bud Williams and family, Alvln Vincent and family, Frank Brown and family, Mrs. Ches sie Green and children, Charlie Caldwell and family, Charlie Kirk and family, Sam Cherry and family, Marshall Kirk and family,, Athern Grooms and family, Alex Coleman and family, Jim Williams and wife, Mrs. Mandio Covington and children, Jess Priest and family, Berlen Mc Coy and wife, Warren Williams and family, Will Vincent and family, Mr. Robbins and family, Mr. Caudle and family, Lessie Killion, Watt Cherry, Newt Cole, Bradie Wil liams, Anver Grooms, Virble True, Aubrey Bumpious, Sallio Shepard, Susie Douglas, Opal Clack, Lola Williams, John Freeman and wife, Paul and Pete Clack, Sammie Scott, Ragsdale Scott, Henry Scott, Frank Scott, Eron Myer3. Preaching. I will preach at Salom Sunday morning at 11 o'clock and hope to be greeted by a large congregation. Children's services at 8:30 p. m. G. W. EVANS, Pastor. Notice. Pupils who have made application for summer work will please be present at 9:30 o'clock next Mon day. ' F. C. Aydelott. CRYSTAL. Rev. P. T. D. Roberts and. family are visiting in Paris, Tennessee. C. B. Jones and family, of Cpyce, Ky., attended church here Sun day. ' - Mr. Jack Goodman of near Troy, was through here Sunday enroute to Hickman. Misses Dixie and Ruth Caldwell were out Sunday visiting Mr. and Mr3. Harry McDanlel. The Mt. Olive congregation are planning to build a new brick church this summer. Joe Ratliff left Monday for Mis sissippi where ho will work for a few weeks. Crop prospects lock so discourag ing that Sam Hampton, one of our wealthy farmers, has gone to town to see if he can trade his Ford car two barrels of flour. The protracted meeting at Mt. Ol ive will begin the fourth Sunday in August. Rev. G. H. Stigler of Ok lahoma, will assist the pastor and R. R. Emerson of Pilot Oak, Ky. will lead the song service. Miss Greta Benthal will teach the fall term of school here. Thi3 makes tho third year for Miss Benthal to tet-Ch at Mt. Olive and she seems to give good satisfaction. Algie Fluty, while in bathing re cently camo very nccr drowning. He wa3 in a deep pool of water show ing the boys how to "loop the loop" when he became strangled and sank twice. If help had not been near he probably would have drowned. Number Three. Rev. Stigler filled his regular ap pointment at Mt. Olive Sunday. Mrs. Ruthie Caldwell and daugh ters of Union City were in this vi cinity Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Allison of Old Fre mont, were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Dock Parks. Mr. and Mrs. Dolus Roberts vis ited Mr. and Mrs. Ethel Roberts and family at Sanders Chapel Sunday. Miss Ruby Clifton and grand mother of near Clayton, were Sat urday night visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Thomas. Lynelle, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Jordan, is improving at this writing. Miss Thelma Capps has returned to her home at Woodland after vis iting her Lunt, Mrs. Armour Rat liff. i Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Jones and fam ily of Cayco were mingling with old friends here Sunday. Little Rubye Duncan is improving from a casj of chicken pox. Mr. and Mrs. Rollie McBride of near Hickman visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday. Messrs.' Gilbert and Herman Ed wards and J. M. Duncan made a flying trip to Hickman Sunday after noon. Miss Georgia Jordan of Wood land was a Sunday visitor with her cousin Miss Edith- Ratliff. The children's servico .program will be rendered at Salem church Sunday night,' the 29th. Mr. and Mrs. Cummlngs visited relatives hear Union City Saturday and Sunday. ' KIDNEYS WEAKENING? Kidney trochlea don't disappear of theroselvoa. They grow slowly bat eteadlly, undermining health with deadly certalaty, until yon tall a vic tim to incurable diseaae. Stop your trouble while there la time. Don't wait until little pains become big achea. Don't trine with disease. To avoid future Buffering begin treatment with GOLD MEDAL. Haarlem Oil Cap ales now. Take three or four every day until you are entirely free from pain. This well-known preparation ha been one of tho national remedies of Hol land for eantnries. In MX the govern ment of the Netherlands granted a special charter authorising Its prepara tion and aala. LOOK OUT! Tha housewife of Hoi land would al most as soon ba without food as with out her 'Real Dutch Dropa," aa aha quaintly rails OOLO MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules. They restore strength and are responsible in a great measure for the sturdy, robust health of the) Hollanders. Do not delay. Go to your druggist and insist on his sapptylnc you with OOUD KEDuLL. Haariera Oil Capaulea. Take them as directed, and tf you are not satisfied with reaulta your druggist will gladly refund your money. Look tor the name QOU MTCOAL on the box and accept no other. la sealed, bexee, three siaea TO BUGGY OWNERS: I wish to announce that I have a new machine for mounting buggy wheels with rubber tires; also am prepared to do all kinds of buggy paint ing. All work promptly ,and carefully done. I buy second-hand buggies. R. A. PARDUE Phone 43 Corner Main & Third St. A market for everybody that eats; every hour in the day every day in the week every week in the month every month in the year. If you want to sell or buy, come to see us. We will trade with you, paying you the highest cash dollar for yours, and selling you ours at a reasonable profit. You will find our Meat Market fresh, clean and nice, with the very best goods of all kinds to be had. Our Grocery department is always fresh, clean and full, of all the newest canned goods, fruits and vegetables. 1 Come to see us and we will do thee good. Our motto is to satisfy. . E. IP. GRISSOIVI COBB'S CHAPEL. Mr. Dee Raney has returned home from the U. S. Army, and quite a large number of relatives and friendo came to see him last Sunday. Miss Ruby Davis has returned home after a two week's visit near Obion Chapel, where sho has been engaged in giving music lessons. Mr. Jim Orr, of Hornbeak, was a Tuesday visitor in the home of W. H. Davis. W. R. Tucker, of Portersville, Mo., writes us that crops aro badly dam aged by rain. Messrs. Press Phillips, Murray Killion, Willis Eric Raney, Virgil Barnes, Misses Ruby and Opal Da vis, Ora and Virgie Barnes visited Mrs. Mary Alexander last Sunday. Men's $1.25 Blue Chambray Work Shirts, going at 79c. At Kaufman's Low Price Store. COBLENZ. Dear Mother and Father: "l have some leisure time and am writing you from Coblenz, whore I am sta tioned with the Army of Occupation. This is a fine town. I hope fath er Is thru planting and will have a good crop. I would like to be there to help, but there is no chance of getting home before Christmas, un less everything is changed. I have seen Fred Forbes. He is the same old Fred. We are going to take some pictures to send home. It Is nearly dinner time so I will close. Write me a long letter. From your son, THOS. E. FORRESTOR, June 3. Bt. B, 15th, F. A. Weapons to fight flies are at Weh mans. Screen Wire, Screen Doors, Fly Swatters and Insect Powder will keep them away. - imvim Us s u I WHEN you find the place that gives you the most good coal for the least money, stay by it. But You Can't Be Sure Until you Have Given Us at Least a Trial. Order. You may think you are satisfied with your present coal t service, but we believe we can give you still better satis faction. At least Give Us an Opportunity. Both Phones 15 O