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Mesdames L. C. Arnold, Dora Herring
" and J. A. Prieto cordially invite
you to
at the home' of Mrs. J. A. Prieto
on Friday, February 4th, from
. , 3 to 6 p. m.
? The call for help to the
We are sure each of you
; Want to do your best.
Give us your help
Only a small little dime
Will help feed one child
A day at a time.
How many will you help ?
j One or two
; To sit at your table
The whole day thru,
i God feeds the sparrow
He trusts us to feed the
Kidney disorders cause much
distress of mind and body. Such ail
ments should not bo neglected be
cause they lead to diseases that are
dangerous. Prickly Ash Bitters is a
splendid tonic for men. It strength
ens the kidneys and purifies the
stomach and bowels. Price 1.25
per bottle. Sold by all dealers.
Jno. T. Walker Co.
Special Farm Department.
PHONE 118. : : : : UNION CITY, TENN.
FOR SALE Building lot fronting
east on South Third street. 46-lt
Packing Co. ctoock.
shares Reynolds
Apply to Martin
FOR SALE Good A-l milk cow;
young calf. Apply to J. L. Glover
Jr.. Dhcne 581-W. 46-lt
FOR RENT 2 rooms, furnished
or unfurnished. Nice location. For
particulars apply at this office. 46tf
STRAYED From Henry Head
farm, 2 steers, weighing from 700 to
800 pounds. Notify W. L. Bryan
Training School Locals.
Ruth1 Foulks is on the sick list this
We were glad to have Miss Ola
Akin visit the cchool Monday.
Sophronia Allen was absent last
The music pupils of Prof. Ownby
are delighted to hear of his improve
ment. Eunice Koene was absent from
sohool last week.
The friends of Thelma Capps are
glad that she is improving from a re
cent operation.
Leslie McClanahan was absent
from school Monday on account of
The primary department rendered
a very Interesting program last Fi-
, Nelle Darnell was absent from
school last week on account of ill
ness. We are looking forward and want
to attend the entertainment given by
Miss Stone's expression pupils on
Monday night, Feb. 14.
in New York City alone from kid'
oey trouble last year. Don't allow
yourself to become a victim by
neglecting pains and aches. Guard
against this trouble by taking
orders for lubricating oils, rrreaes
and paints. Salary or Commission
CO., Clevcand, Ohio. 46-ltpd
FOR SALE One lot of fine black
locust post, on Frank C. Wehman
farm, three miles east of Union City,
on the Union City and Gibbs roaa
price to suit the farmer. 46-2tpd
O. D. JOHNSON, Manager
FOR SALE Five-room house on
Second street, close to town. Small
home, small price. See R. L. Cum
mines, at Grissom's. 39-tf
Fair warning. No hunting on my
place. Keep out. Not wanted. 39-8t
al Ringlets Barred Rock, E. P,
Thompson Strain. Price $2.00. Tel
ephone 21-2, Woodland Mills, Tenn
46-4t State Line, Ky
FOR RENT Five acres of land
located near East View Cemetery
45-2t J. E. COBB,
410 S. Fifth st., Louisville, Ky,
FOR SALE Hatching eggs, S. C
R. I, Reds; $1.50 and $2.00 per 15
Phone 322-J, G. E. Schleifer, 425
E. Harrison, Union City, Tenn. 43-tf
The world's standard remedy for kidney,
Uvr. bladder and uric acid trouble.
Holland' national remedy since 1698.
All druggists, three size. Guaranteed.
If-At tat the nam Gold Md1 on ry botv
Having qualified a3 administrator
of the estate of Peter Keffer, de
ceased, all persons having claims
against said estate are hereby noti
fled to file the same with me, duly
authenticated as required by law
and -all indebted to the said estate
are hereby asked to settle within
thirty davs. 46-4t
This Feb. 2nd, 1921.
G. B. WHITE, Administrator.
Every body welcome
our house.
Union City Laundry
Wet Wash 6c a pound.
No bundle if W. W. less than
Plenty good, dry ash
stovewood and kind
ling for sale. Phone
Crystal Ice Co.
WANTED To buy a good, sound
1100 to 1200 pound mare, also a good
second-hand one-horse wagon. Ad
drcs3 E. S. Cultra. Rives. Tenn. 45tf
LOST Ladies' black leather bag;
purse contained $4.00 in money and
small pin. Lost near N. & C. depot
Sunday night. Reward if returned
to Mrs. W. H. Swiggart. 46-ltpd
FOR SALE 7-room home, con
veniently located to town, dhurch
and school; 132. feet front on one of
the best streets in town. Water,
lights and bath. A bargain for you.
Sea R. L. CUmmlngo at Grissom's. tf
BS BY CHICKS S. C. R. I. Reds.
A limited number each week at 20c.
Order early. First deliveries last of
February. O. F. Schleifer, 425 East
Harrison street. Union City, Tenn.
Phono 322-J. 45-tf
FOR SALt! Eloven room rest
denco arranged suitable as an apart
ment house in Btone's throw of Pub
lie School. Cabinet mantels, tiled
hearths, lights and water up and
down stairs; bath room. Low price
Cash Grocery or Cor. Morgan and
Grove, Streets, Union City. 46-tf
FOR SALE Frost-proof cabbage
plants. Booking orders for potato
slips and tomato plants. Let us book
your order and get what you want
when you want it. 46-4t
Phone 3 02-J.
WANTED To rent from 5 to 10
acres land suitable lor gardening
near Union City with suitable house
Want posession about March 1st.
45-3t Biloxi, Miss.
If you would consider renting a
splendid ten-room Louse, fine loca
tion, water in fivo places including
toilet and bath, lighted throughout,
six grates, two flues, one fireplace,
splendid barn and coal house, fine
garden, henhouse, etc., leave your
name and address at The Commercial
office anu the owner will call on
you. 39-tf
Tested Seed
Clover Seed
Grass Seed
Seed Oats
All kinds of field seed. Ask
for Garden Seed Catalog.
Paducah, Kentucky
To prevent a cold take 666.
Mr. R. H. Rust was transacting
business in Memphis Tuesday.
Rev. J. L. Hudglns has returned to
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Kendall, for
merly of Troy, have located at Ridge
ly. 666 quickly relieves a cold.
Mr. Corker Jackson has returned
from a few day3 business trip to St.
Mr. Clarence Carpenter is improv
ing after a few days illness of la
Rub-My-Tism relieves Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia. Sprains.
Rev. Hamp McLeskey, of Nash
ville, was here Monday visiting with
Mr. and Mr3. Mosier Glover, of
Number Three, were in town Mon
day shopping.
EDISON LAMPS will not turn
Mr. Charley Fisher and family
have locate! at Cayce. Kind wishes
from friends here.
Mrs. John Cox was called to Mari
anna, Ark., last week on account of
the illness of her sister.
Why buy lamps that are not
Miss Allie May Reeves has return
ed from a few weeks visit to Mrs.
Chae. Ott at Avon Park, Fla.
Miss Lillian Neblett is still with
the G. C. Cloys candy shop as assist
ant with the books and sales.
Dr. Joe Fowlkes and Mrs. Jim
Smith, of Dyersburg, were in the city
this week visiting Mrs. P. Y. White.
800-hour guarantee on our
Mr Martin Schmidt and son, How
ard, have been kept at homo for
few days this week cn account of la
Miss Lolita Kline, who has been
visiting relatives and friends in Un
ion City, leaves Monday returning to
Did you know that EDISON
MAZDA LAMPS are the best.
Mr. and Mrs. Harris Parks were
in Newbern last week for a few days
visiting Mr. Parks' mother, Mrs. E
R. Dittaiore.
Col. and Mrs. Jno. T Walker leave
next Monday for a trip south. They
expect to spend several weeks at San
Antonio, Texas.
-Did you know that tho EDISON
MAZDA LAMP burns less current
than any lamp.
Mrs. J. W. McCorkle was a Sat
urday and Sunday visitor in Gleason
with her daughter, Miss Iris, who- is
teaching there.
Mrs. Vivian Reynolds and son,
Lynn, leave Saturday for Oklahoma
City to Join Mr. Reynolds, who Is
now located there.
666 breaks a cold quicker than
any remedy we know.
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Carney, Cheat
ham street, are entertaining a new
ten-pound baby boy in their home
He arrived Sunday," Jan. 30, 1921.
Mrs. W. G. Reynolds and daughter,
Miss -Alice Lee, have returned from
a few weeks visit to Little Rock,
Ark., with Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Garner.
-The EDISON LAMP is tho same
price as others. AVERITT ELEC.
Miss Edlecn Wear, of Mississippi,
who has been to St. Louis buying
new spring hats, was here this week
as a visitor with Mrs. C. T. Hum
Mrs. Burt Clements has been very
sick of la grippe this week, but is
mucin better. Mr. Lebrun Clements
and wife have also been sick of la
666 breaks a cold quicker than
any remedy we know.
Mrs. W. H. Swiggart arrived Sun
day night from Nashville, where
she visited at the homes of. her
daughter, Mr3. J. D. Porter, and son,
Gen. W. H. Swiggart.
Visitors this week in tho home of
Mr. r.nd Mra. C. H. Cobb are Mrs.
Clarence Pigford, Mrs. W. G. Tim-
berlake, Mrs. W. T. Dabney and Miss
Isabella Mercer.
I have bought a fine Jersey Bull
and will keep him at my little farm
located just outside of corporation,
west of Coulter's on Lannom road.
He is in charge of my colored tenant.
Fee $3.00 cash. Z. W. CORUM.
Mr. Herbert W. Dahnke, of Nash
ville, was here last week with the
Vito Novelty Orchestra. Mr. Dahnke
is saxophone player, and 13 new with
the Nashville Smphony orchestra as
bassoon soloist.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert 4Juinn, who
have, been located at Cosgrove, Ark.,
have returned to Union City. Mr.
Quinn i3 with the Reynolds Packing
Company as bookkeeper and director
of the office work.
Mrs. Bethel Cockrill, of Jack3on,
was In the city this week visiting in.
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Nailling. Mrs. Cockrill nee Miss
Annie James Morgan is a returned
visitor from California.
Aching in the small of the back
is an indication of kidney disease.
The proper course in such cases is to
begin at once tho use of Prickly Ash
Bitters. It is an effective kidney
remedy and system regulator. Price
$1.25 per bottle. Sold by aTi dealers.
Mr. Richard Gibbs left last week
for Washington City to enter the
service tf the Peoples Drug Stores
with Dr. Malcolm Gibbs. Dr. Gibbs
seems to be reducing our population
with his big enterprises.
Rev. McGohee, of McKenzie, has
accepted a call frcm the Baptist
Church in Union City and will begin
his work hero next Sunday, preach
ing morning and evening. Everyone
is cordially invited to be present.
-Don't neglect signals of distress
in the kidneys. Backache, nervous
disorders, palo complexion, dark
ringa about the eyes mean kidney
trouble. Begin promptly taking
Prickly Ash Bitters; it i3 a kidney
remedy of the first class. Price $1.25
per bottle. Sold by all dealers.
Miss Edna Wilbanka is with the R.
M. Jackson grocery store company
on Washington avenue as bookkeeper
and cashier. Miss Wilbanks is still
pursuing her studies at school and
looking after tho fortunes of the bas
ket ball team.
Mr. End Mrs. John T. Walker leave
Monday for Sen Antonio, Texas, to
enjoy a few weeks vi3lt to tlio great
southwest and the invigorating ef
fects of the wonderful climate of
that country. They will probably
be gone until spring.
Mrs. Robt. S. Warren, after a visit
to Obion County points visiting with
her mother and sisters and brothers,
left Tuesday night for her home at
Warner, Mo., where Rev. Warren is
stationed for the conference year
as pastor of the local Methodist
Church. .-
Mo understand that" 'Df.i W,' M.
Taylor ha3 been very ill at hl3 home
in Konton, and that there have been
several cases of smallpox in the vi
cinity of Kenton. One or two pa
tients, Mrs. Latimer and Mr. W. M.
Walker, havo had slight attacks of
smallpox but are about well.
The many friends of Mr. E. C.
Ownby, the,. well known teacher of
piano end other musical branches,
are glad to hear that,, under the. care
of Dr. Nailling and the burgeon's
skillful work, ho is now greatly im
proved and is on tho road to good
health. Mr. Ownby is at the hos
pital. Mrs. L. C. Arnold entertained last
week on Thursday night a very In
teresting party of friends in a game
of rook. The homo was very at
tractively decorated in plants and
flowcs, pink and green dominating
in color. Refreshments wore served
and the occasion was altogether delightful.
Miss Gertrude Pardue leaves to
morrow for St. Louis to buy ladies'
hats and millinery for Morgan-
Verhlne Co. Mis3 Pardue will be gone
for two weeks reviewing styles and
making selections. On her return
Miss Louise Sullivan, of Bowling
Green, Ky., will Join tho force of
trimmers making up spring hats.
Miss, Sullivan returns to Union City
after the fall season as trimmer at
Morgan-Verhine Co's.
In order to reduce stock we shall
give reduction on community ana
Sterling Silver knives, forks, spoons,
etc. Get the prices and be con
Main street, Swiggart building. All
work has his personal attention.
Dr. D. an I. E. L. Cupid, M.D.,
Ph.D., D.D., the most, wonderful
heart docor in the world, will be
hero Saturday, Feb. 12, from 2:30
to 5:00 o'clock, at the First Christian
Chinch, and he will test ypur heart
for ten cents. He will atao crown the f
prettiest - girl "Queen of Hearts." '
Every boy and girl in Union City is
invited. He promises you the big
gest time you ever had. If you hve
a GREAT BIG HEART you may give
him more, but ne asks only a dime.
In order to reduce stock we shall
give reduction on Community and
Sterling Silver knives, forks, spoons,
etc. Get the prices and be convinced.
Union City Ell
Will present a wonderful picture
Reynolds Theater
iFeb. 7 and S. !
"The Miracle Man.
Based on the story by Frank L. Packard.
A story of flesh, blood and 'soul, that will live forever in
your heart. - a.
Fascinating scenes of the 'under-world; startling, breathless
conflict; love that is evil, love that is good; lure of the sea, of
the gambler's luck, of the fields and flowers in summer; the
bitterness, sweetness, dregs and wine of the world, all blended
into thisbig, inspiring masterpiece of screen entertainment.
Every scene a smile, a, thrill or a clutch at your throat.
Six months in the making.
Would"you live a life in an hour? Then come to "The
Miracle Man."
Don't fail to see this picture. One show
each night, 7:30 Jp. m.
.Matinee Monday afternoon 2:30 p. m.
Admission 25c and 35c
Asphalt Shingles-Roll Roofing
A car load of high class Roll Roofing
and Asphalt Shingles offered at from 10
to 20 per cent under today's market.
We bought this stock before the last
advance and offer to . pass the bargain on
to you. If you are in the market, act
quick, because we will have to advance
our prices on the next car.
Union City Lumber
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