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The Commercial, Union City, Tenn.
FRIDAY. AUGUST , 1920. Telephones: Cumberland 46 J County 262 . . . Dr. C. E. Upchurch DENTIST Over Mrs. Aran' Millinery Store Union, City, Te nn. SQUEEZED TO DEATH When the body begins to stiffen and movement. becomes painful it is usually an indication that tha kidneys are out of order. Keep these organs , healthy by taking GOLD MEDAL The world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles, Tamous since 169& Take regularly and keep in good health. la three sires, all druggists. Guaranteed as represented. Leek fee the turn Gold Mkl ea frerj boa ad accept ae Imitate Isblll-Hutcison. Obion County Institute, Mr. PaulIsbell, Jr., and Miss I Many teachers pronounced the in Katheryn Hutchison were married I stitute Just held one of the most in on the 3d inst. at the home of thei teresting and instructive thy had bride's sister, Mrs. Thompson, in Dy- ever attended. The interest was ex er, Tenn., Rev. W. B. Cunningham, I cellent and the attendance, in the of this city, administering the rites, main, was splendid. Mr. Isbell is ( principal of the Prof. . C. B. IJama, City Superin Hornbeak High School, one of. the tendent of Jackson Schools, member foremost schools of the county, and of the State Board of Education and his bride has been engaged in the for many years instructor in- State same profession for some years. institutes, and Miss Helen Stevens They are both esteemed by their supervisor of the kindergarten de respective communities as exception- partment of the West Tennessee Nor ally fine young people and congratu lations are freely offered. Wedding Announcement. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Dahnke an nounce the . engagement and ap oroaching marriage of .their daugh ter, Louise, to Mr. Richard Blanton Morelock. mal and formerly of tho Gary Sys tem of Indiana, were the instructors throughout the institute. During the three days they were here they gave us sufficient material to use for the year. Others out of the county who appeared on the program were Prof president of McFerrin Andrews, the wedding to be sol- acnooi. Martin, ana Dr. A. A. Kin emnizjgS at their home in Union City cannon, president of West Tennessee August 12. iff -666 lias more imitations than any other Chill and Fever Tonic on tho market, but no one wants imitu tions in medicine. They are dangerous. AGENTS WANTED. To sell Miller's late improved au tomatic drive gate, the gate of merit. Have both the malleable and steel lctek. Perfectly stock proof. Guar anteed will last a life time. . If you need a gate or want the agency write me for terms. WM. D. MILLER, 20-3tpd Martin, Tenn. C. P. Christian Endeavor. You are cordially invited to attend the Christian Endeavor Sunday Bight. The topic for discussion wil , be "Problems of Recreation in Our Community." Special music, consist ing of violin solo, etc.; also musical reading. Normal. -vProf. Morelock delivered magnificent address on "The Prep arati snuff the Teacher" and Dr. Kin cannon brought us the amiable, de lightful message which is so char acteristic of him. Brothers Cunning ham, Freeman and Crystal opened the exercises each morning with in LIONS CLUB. spirational and helpful addresses Program, Tuesday, Aug. 10: ne institute 13 very thankful to Luncheon. Palace Hotel. 12:15 "zaoem forester, Annie Laurie I E1; f. 1. t 1 ,. p.m. li-ioirei, mal viemuiuns, jampDen Subject for discussion, "A Busi- uarth' Cnarles Ridings, Paul Hud ness Plan of Building Good Roads Kins and George Cloys, who came for for Obion Countv. demonstration work in Third Grade Guest of honor, the successful can- Arithmetic; to Dorothea Ann Allen didate for Legislature. . Minnie is-aurman, uoris McAfee, Cal Every Lion is expected not only to vln ' McCaw, Walker Cunningham be present, but to shake his mane, Bna w- fowen, who came for wag his tail or roar or all of it if demonstration work in First Grade he feels like it. Reading, and to Mary Lillie Nolen Evelyn Long, Elsie Long, Montez BIG CIRCUS COMING. Wilkerson. Janet Upchurch, Willet Schmidt, Mildred Moore, Henry Ed The advance announcement of the ward3 Carter. James Talley, Richard appearance in Union City, Monday, Reynolds, Howard Forrester, Hey Aug. ' 16, of HOwe's Great London don KIrkman and Clifford Hauser Circus will be greeted with delight who came for demonstration in Folk hv the rPsiHAntH of Ohinn Pmintv and Dancing. Also I wish to t hank the 'surrounding country. Old and Misses Nannie Hamilton, Callie How vniine- alike will wAirnmo th newi. " ana Minnie uarKsaaie ror tneir as a visit from this superior qual ity out-door amusement enterprise which is well known and very popu lar hereabouts is an assurance of a round of real pleasure for all. The Howe's. Great Circus has been greatly strengthened and enlarged for the 1920 season and the perform ance presented has been pronounced to be of the very highest class in ev ery particular, interesting, enter taining, instructive and amusing. Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local, applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There Is only one way to cure Catarrhal Deafness, and that Is by a constitutional remedy. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Catarrhal Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining; of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube Is Inflamed you have a rumbling;' sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It la entirely closed. Deafness Is the result.. Unless the Inflammation can be re duced and this tube restored to its nor mal condition, hearing; may be destroyed forever. Many cases of Deafness are caused by Catarrh, which Is an inflamed condition of the Mucous Surfaces. ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for any case of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot be cured by HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE. All Druggists 75c. Circulars free. JTV J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. So contribution with these children. The institute was favored with an enjoyable and pleasant Informal re ception in the home of Miss Vivienne White. The teachers had a delight ful time playing games on the cam pus of the High School on the second evening under the direction of. Misses Cassie Hamilton and Pearl Floyd. wish to thank Messrs. C. F. Fowler, W. H. Cravens and S. C. Finch for their preparations, some of which were not heard because of the ful- many really meritorious fea- ne8S of the pr0gram. ern dare-devil cowboys and cowgirls. Grand free street parade at 10:30 a.m. day show exhibits here. , We've Aways ' Got em tures have been added this season it xhe teachers that were present requires 3 rings to properly present for the rull tnree dayg nre as f0ii0W8 me startling, sensational ana tnriu- Katherine Richards, Cassie Ham- ing feats of strength, daring and nt0n, Vivienne White, Martha Tem agility. No other show of its size and pIe callie Howell, W. B. Forrester, character has ever offered so great Nannie Hamilton, Zora Culp, J. E. a gathering of acrobats, equestrians, Cox Allie Keathly, Mary Ramsey, gymnasts, aerialists, riders and equi- J Mattie Curry, Cam Curry, Pearl librists as has been assembled here. Floyd, Celia Jonakin. Marene Allen. Each and every act is entirely new Mittie Cayce, Ola F. Crain, Morie and has been selected for its Individ- Finch, J- L- Ruffln, Sudie Caruthers ual novelty and greatsess. , Mrs j. L. RUffln Eva Osburn. N. L A zoological exposition that stands Williams, L. D. Williams, Robt. M, preeminent among circuses affords I Hicks, Frank Caldwell, Pual Y. Is- an object lesson for the student, a I bell, Nina Wilson, E. F. Neal, N. L. source of wonderment for the learned Baulch, B. F. Foster, Lagretta Brad and a gratifying exhibition for chil- shaw, Mary Erwin, Jim Wise, Sallie dfen. A realistic exhibition of west-1 Kate Brevard, S. C. Finch, R. J. life is portrayed by two score Glover, Nannie McGowen, Mary Jon akin,' Margaret Milner, J. P. Wall, Elsa Mayhall, Ruth Hughes. Those that were present two days: Nettie Prather, W. H. Cravens, C. F. Fowler, Beulah Clark, Mai Clark, Lela Williams, Florence Smith Hamilton, Rachel Smith, S. F. Lovett, Erie M. West, Bess Reeves, Lee Ella Lowe, W. O. Hornaday, John H. Fos ter, Mary Bird Pursley, Imogene Jones, Emma Garrison, Allie Cun ningham, Mrs. Clyde Howard, Nin nje Barksdale, J. H. Stover, Mrs. Webb Brewer, Fannie McDaniel, John Hornbeak. Those that were present one day: Annie May Starnes, Ima Lee Hollo- way, Mrs. R. R. Kitchell, Nell Cald well, Nettie Prather, Marguerite Mor ton, Birdie Erwin, Gladys Hubbs, Nona Jonakin, Minnie Lee Beeler, Annie May Jones, Mrs. John Foster, Frances Eunice Williams, Flo Tune, May McClanahan Smith, Lucy Gar- rigan, Cordia Starnes, Pearl Milam. I shall make my report to the State Superintendent relative to in stitute attendance between the 15th and 20th of September. If those who were not present have attended a summer school, or have gone to an institute elsewhere, please let me know before Sept. 15. The following resolutions were adopted: We, the teachers of Obion County, lsssWsSBBfJaWSgajiss M-ih--'Vj' ,ST bVj"" t ( i- tlUlN.JtSh.Bfe.'Lll,..ltr,.. r W & ' . I v f I ' J J , Iis 1 - A Day-in Union City For all Farmers and Stock Dealers, Friday and Saturday, August 13 and 14, at the Campbell & Jones Stock Barn, I will hav 25 head of Percheron Horses and Maries, closely matched in pairs, weigh ing from 1200 to 1300 lbs., for sale or exchange for Mules or other stock, of any age. Will also exchange stock for second hand Ford or Chevrolet Cars. Remember the date, will be there rain or shine. Bring any thing you have to exchange. All stock not disposed of by 2 o'clock Saturday, Aug. 14, will be sold at public auction. J. T. VESTAL, Dyer, Tenn. J. Q. SAUNDERS, Auctioneer. When you come into our store and ask for something in our line, you j won't hear us answer: "we are just 'out' of that" but we wi l!Droduce the troods and sel them to voii for as low a ln annual sesslon at umon on ' I T..1.. AO Oft ,J OA V. a pnee as-can be made on good stutt. lowlng re80iutions: Th&t we hereby tender the School Board of Union City our thanks for the use of the High School building. That we wish to express our hearty appreciation for the presence and, splendid ad desses of Dr. Kincannoh, Supt. C. B. Iljams, Miss Helen Stevens, Prof. Don't you want to do business with the store that "has it?" Sure you do. And then ' OUR HARDWARE IS THE BESTt IT STANDS THE TEST Frank C. Wehman THE HOME OF THE" MAJESTIC RANGE. votional exercises presented by Revs. Cunningham, Crystal and Freeman. We also express our appreciation for the excellent entertainment given us by Prof. Ownby, Miss Julia Embry, Miss LaNelle Marshall, Miss Beulah Allen, Miss Catherine Arnold and Mrs. Thad Lee. That we thank Supt. B. A. Vaughn and others for their efforts in making the institute a success. And be it resoivea mat thi3 body deplores the loss of that kindly, sympathetic co-worker, Chas L. Ridings. We feel that in his death the teachers of Obion County lost one of their loved, tried and faithful friends one whose kindly advice whose gentle admonition and whose high professional ability and noble ideals made him an invaluable friend to the teachers and to the cause of education. We commend his studious habits, his pure life, his tactful na ture devoid of offense, his lifelong devotion to the welfare of the public school, his high ideals of citizenship, his love for little children, his courte ous behavior to all as worthy of our emulation and imitation. That we extend to his bereaved wife and chil ren 6ur deepest sympathy in their irreparable loss. S. C. Finch, Mrs. R. R. Kitchell, L. D. Williams, com mittee. Before the institute closed the or ganization of the Obion County Teachers Association was formed with F. E. Ranck, president; W. H Craven, vice president; MisS Cassie Hamilton, secretary. Four meetings are to be held this year, the first one the second Satur day in September. B. A. VAUGHN. Nashville, Chattanooga & Saint Louis Railway Co-Operative Alarketing Service Big Boy. The two privates were having a heated argument as to the height of the men in their respective outfits. Finally one clinched it. "D'you know Flanagan of Com pany D?" he asked.' "Well, there's a lad that has to get down on his knees to put his hands in his pock ets." The American Legion Weekly. It All Depends. An old plug of a man may give an automobile horn just one little toot and the average person wants to lynch him, but a pretty girl may blow the blame thing slam out of the frame and nobody pays the slightest attention to it. Isn't It fun- jiy what a difference It makes? En The Marketing Division of the Traffic Department of the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railroad and associated lines will furnish to persons desiring to purchase the names and addresses of the owners of the following : FOR SALE APPLES; 6 cars; Bags; Baskets; Crates; Egg Cases; Hampers; Blackberries; CATTLE: Aberdeen Angus, Grade, Hereford, Holstein, Jersey, Shorthoro; Chicken Coops; Corn Meal, Flour; DOGS: Bird and Collies; FEED: Ground Barley, Bran, Beet Pulp, Chickeu Corn, Dairy, Damaged Grain. Horse, Cot ton Seed Hulls, Alfalfa Meal, Cottonseed Meal, Peanut Meal, Velvet Bean Meal, Mixed, Oats, Rice Bran and Polish.-Salt, Shorts, Tankage; HAY: Bean, Clover, Red Top, Timothy; GOATS: Angora, Common; IMPLEMENTS: Boil er, 30 H. P., Corn Cultivator, Cotton Gin Outfit, Cream Separator, Ensilage Cutter, Engine, 25 H. P., Gasoline Engine, 2J H. P., Gasoline, 2 H. P., Gaso line, 4 H. P., Gasoline, Incubators, 50, 120 Egg, Milling Outfit, Power Baler, Rock Crusher and Steam Engine, Safe Register, Sausage Mill, Saw Mill, Saw Rig, Steam Engine and Boiler, Thresher and Engine, Thresher, Tractor and Plow, Tractors, Wheat Drill, Well Boaring Machine, Wagons; JUNK: Ginseng, Hides, Rags, Scrap Iron, Limestone, Manure; MEAT: Bacon, Hams, Shoul ders; Melons, Canteloupes, Watermelons; Nursery Stock; POSTS: Cedar, Lo cust, Pears; POTATOES: Irish, Sweet; POULTRY and Eggs: Langsban, Leg horn, Plymouth Rocks, Rhode Island Red, Wyandotte; SEED: Barley, Clover, all kinds, Oats, Rape, Rye, Vetch; SHEEP: Cotswold, Dorset, Grade, Hamp shire, Oxford, Shropshire, Southdown; STOCK: Horses, Etc.; Belgian Mare, Grade Mares and Horses, Percheron Mares and Stallions, Percheron Colts and. ' Teams, Jacks, Mules; SWINE: Berkshire, Duroc Jersey, Grade, Hampshire, O. I. C Poland China; WOOD: Cord, Pulp, Wool, Vinegar. To producers will be furnished on application the names anr addresses of persons by whom the following commodities are WANTED Eating Apples, Bees, Brick building, pressed; Barrels, apple; Baskets, Hamp ers; Canned Goods; Cans, tin; Egg Cases, Crates, Chicken Coops; CATTLE: Grade, Hereford, Holstein, Jersey, Shorthorn; Cement, Charcoal, Coal, Coke; DOGS: Bird and Collies; FEED: Beet Pulp, Bran, Corn, Cotton Seed Hulls, Cottonseed Meal, Damaged Grain, Hay all kinds, Oats, Peanut Meal, Mixed all kinds, Shorts, Shucks, Straw, Tankage; GOATS: Angora, Stiff Legged; IMPLEMENTS: Silo Filler, Saw Mill. Fertilizer Broadcaster, Grist Mill, Lime Pulver, Roce Crusher, Stapling Wire; JUNK: all kinds, Lime, Manure, MEAT: Hams, Molasses, Nursery Stock; POTATOES; Irish, Sweet; SEED: Alfalfa, Barley, Clover all kinds, Grass all kinds, Millet, Oats, . Rye, Vetch, Wheat; SHEEP all kinds, Straw, Wood, Cord, Wool. Breeders of live stock and producers of field, garden and orchard pro ducts for sale, except such as reach the market through established and logical channels, are invited to communicate to the undersigned complete descriptions, quantities and other necessary information of such commodities. Instructive literature on alfalfa growing, silos, lime in agriculture, peanut and soya bean oil manufacture will be mailed to any address upon , request. Address Jj. r. O JU it Ij A 1, ucucnu AgCUb, Nashville, Tennessee. , Morelock, and for the excellent de- terprise (Ala.) Ledger. i. '-Y