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$14.79 will pay 1 years' Premium on
$1000.00 Life Policy age 35.
Jno. T. Walker & Co.
More than 25l years spent in serving the Insuring Public. We
appreciate your business.
PHONE 118. : : : : UNION CITY, TENN.
CLASSIFIED AOS
FOR SALE Six
Packing Co. stoock.
Schmidt.
share Reynolds
Apply to Martin
44-tf
FOR RENT 2 rooms, furnished
or unfurnished. Nice location. For
particulars apply at this office. 46tf
FOR SALE On a credit of twelve
months, my Chevrolet car, in good
condition. R. P. Whitesell. 48-tf
FOR SALE Corn, oats and hay
4tf DALLAS FORESTER,
R. F. D. No. 1, Union City, Tenn
WANTED To exchange good
used Chevrolet car for Jersey cows or
hogs. Apply this office. 48-tf
WANTED To exclange a good
7-passenger automobile for city prop
erty. Car in good condition, newly
painted. Call phone 221. 50-3t
JjOCUST POSTS for sale. Have
about seven thousand at 30 cents
each in Union City. Reelfoot Lake
Land Co. See G. W. Phebus, Jr. 50tf
LOST Studcbaker crank between
Cl'ieatham street, Union City, and the
garage on Washington avenue. Re
turn to this office, phone 103. BOpdl
FOR SALE 160 bushels of seed
oats. Call on Dr. C. W. Miles, Main
street, Union City, Tenn., phone
4812t V
STRAYED OmT Hampshire gilt
from my home Wednesday afternoon
March 2, weight about 160 pounds
Heavy with pig. Call Harry Naylor,
50-ltpd
FOR SALE Full blooded Rhode
Jsland Red Eggs, full strain; 15 for
J1.00C Phone 286. Mrs. Enloe
Chiles. - 49-3t
FOR SALE Five-room house on
Second street, close to town. Small
home, email price. See R. L. Cum
mings, at Grissom's. 39-tf
FOR SALE Hatching eggs, S. C
R. I, Reds; $1.50 and $2.00 per 15
Phone 322-J. G. F. Schleifer, 425
E. Hacrison, Union City, Tenn. 43-tf
WANTED AT ONCE Girls or
women, sixteen to eighty years, as op
eratcrs by the Childs Specialty House
in the manufacture of children's gar
ments. Call at factory on Washing
ton avenue, -50-lt
FOR SALE 7-ioom homo, con
yeniently located fo town, church
and school; 132 feet front on one of
the best streets in town. Water,
lights and bath. A bargain for you.
Sea R. L. Cummlnga at Grissom's. tf
SALESMAN Young man experi
enced in selling silks and dress goods,
or one who has general store expert
ence". One who is looking for ad
vancement in a larger field. Write
us giving experience, age, and for
mer employers. All applications con
fidential. J. A. Rudy & Sons, Pa
ducah, Ky. 50-lt
BBY CHICKS S. C. R. I. Reds.
Day old. Per 25, $5.00; per 50,
$8.50; per 100, $15.00. Order early
Pirst deliveries last of February.
O. F. Schleifer, 425 East Harrison
street, Union City, Tenn. Phone
322-J. . - 45-tf
llATIAf I am prepared to make
fill I II IT. Cloth Covered Buttons in
the latest styles and sizes,
Also do Hemstitching, Designing, etc. Send
for sample card of buttons and prices,
Mail orders given prompt attention. Mrs.
G. D.Capps,415 E. Palmer St., Union City,
Tenn. Phone 388-J.
MRS. LESTER BENNETT
will make, remodel and sell ladies'
arid children's Hats? at her home
'.on South Morgan. Phone 490-J.
CASH.
CASH
BUSTING!
Chicago Kahn Brothers
will be at the
A. E. KIRKLAND Store
on Monday and Tuesday,
with a line of tailoring. Drop
inland have your measure
taken for that spring suit for
easter.
A E. KIRKLAND
- Everything Cash
CASH , CASH
Charter No. 9239
Reserve District No. 8
BEPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THB
THIRD NATIONAL Ml
AT UNION CITY,
In the State of Tennessee, County of
Obion, at the close of business
on February 21, 1921.
RESOURCES.
The Commecial, Union City, Tenn.
FRIDAY. MARCH 4, 1921.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
ifi&ns and Discounts includ
ing rediscounts, except
those shown in b and c $356,522.72
Overdrafts, unsecured 1,128.89
U. S. Government Securi- .
ties Owned:
Deposited to secure circu-
- lation, U. S. Bonds, par
value 30,000,
Securities other than U. S.
bonds, not including
stocks, owned and un
pledged 1,500.00
Stock of Federal Reserve
Bank (50 per cent of sub
scription) 3,300.00
Valueof banking; houseown-
ed and unincumbered 12,262.50
Furniture and fixtures 3,015.00
Lawful reserve with Federal
Reserve Bank $25,480.17
Cash in vault and net
amounts due from national
banks 128.868.96
Checks on other banks in
the same oity or town as
reporting- bank other
than Item 15 . 2,074.02
Buy your Easter Hat at Kirby's
and save money.
Mrs. K, E. Arnn has been quite
sick this week.
Percale 10c 5c and 20c per yd.
at Kirby's. , 50-2t
Mrs. W. A. McCuan, of Martin, was
a Wednesday visitor.
800-hour guarantee on our
lamps. AVERITT ELECTRIC CO.
Miss Marie Sodberry has been
quite sick thiR week.
Get your Easter Oxfords and
Pumps at Kirby's. 50-2t
Miss Mozelle Glover was quite sick
for a few days this week.
Percale 10c 15c and 20c per yd.
at Kirby' 50-2t
Mr. and . Mrs. Clarence Reynold
left tul3 week for Weaverville, N. C.
Oxfords and
50-2t
Busting to sell you that Spring Suit.
Busting to sell you those Spring Shoes.
Busting to sell you those new Collars.
Busting to sell you that new Neck Tie.
Busting to sell you those new Shirts for Spring.
Busting to sell just a little cheaper than any one else.
Busting to sell for cash going to sell for cash.
Busting to sell your boy that new Spring Suit.
Busting to sell anything that men and boys wear.
busting just to have you come in my store and see your smi
Busting to give you what you should have for your money.
Busting to make your dollars have more cents.
ling f,
ace.
Total of items 13, 14. 15,
and 16 130,942.98
Checks on banks located
utside of city or town of
reporting bank and other
cash items 266.87
Redemption fund with U. S.
Treasurer anddue from U.
S. Treasurer
Interest earned but not col
lected approximate on
Notes and Bills Receivable
not past due
156,690.02
. 1,500.00
Total
$565,971.03
MABIUTIES.
13,74.03
Capital stock paid in $84,000.00
Surplus tund 26,000.00
Undivided profits 15,678.47
Less currentexpenses, inter
est and taxes paid 2,304.44
Interest and discount col
lected or credited, in ad
vance of maturity and not
earned approximate! 2.595.75
Circulating notes outstand
ing 28,800.00
Net amounts due to banks.
bankers and trust compa
nies in the United States
and foreign countries (oth
er than included in Items .
28 or 29) 3,605.58
Cashier's checks on own
bank outstanding 5,025.16
Total of items 28, 29, 30, 31
and 32 8,630.74
Demand Deposits (other .
than bank deposits) Sua-
jkct to Rbberve (depos
its payable within 30 days): .
Individual deposits subject
to check 320.667.35
Time Deposits Subject . .
to Reserve payable
after 30 days, or sub
ject to 30 days or more
notice, and postal savings):
Certificates of depositfother S
than for money borrowed 81 . 903. 16
411,201.23
Total
$565,971.03
55. Of the total loans and discounts shown
aoove, the amount on which interest and discount
was charged at rates in excess of those permitted
by law. Sec. 5197. Rev. Stat. exclusive of notes
upon which total charge not to exceed 50 cents
was made, was $173,081.13. The number of such
loans was 282.
58. Aggregate amount of salaries or compen
sation paid by this bank to Chairman of Board
if any, President, Vice Presideuts, Cashier and
Assistant Cashiers for month of January, 1921,
ism.uu: Annual pay or all these officers at Janu
ary, 1921, rate of pay, $6,048.00; number of these
officers on date of this report was 5.
57. Aggregate amount of salaries or comoen.
sation paid to alt other employees of the bank for
month of January, 1921, $303.00; annual pay of
tnese employees on basis of the January. 1921
rate of pay. $3,636.00: number of these emolovees
on date ot tnis report was 5.
State of Tennessee,
County of Obion, j
I, Punter Elafn, Cashier of the
above uamed bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief.
Hunter Elam", Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 2nd day of March, 1921.
Lboal.J B. F. Howard.
Correct Attest: Notary Public.
. Jno. T. Walker, s
Walker L. Martin,
D. N. Walker,
Directors.
Call 150 for Bon Air.
P. B. Caldwell"' was in Selmer,
Tenn., this week on busine.
R. H. Rust has returned from a
business trip to Arkansas and -Mis
sissippi. -
Did you know that EDISON
MAZDA LAMPS are the best.
Mrs. R. H. Rust is a visitor mis
week with relatives and friends in
Sonatobia, Miss.-
EDISON LAMPS will not turn
black.
Mr. John Jackson, who Was en
gaged last year cn the farm,- has lo
cated in the city.
See the lines of Be and 10c laces
at Kirby's.. 50-2t
Miss Louise Wllbanks, of Paducah,
was a" visitor Saturday with home
folks and friends in Union City.
'Ladies' and children's spring
hats at Kirby's.
Miss Lola Harper leases to-day for
a visit to her friend, Mis3 Emily Gar
wood, at Druid Heights, Atlanta, Ga.
See the beautiful line of Ladies'
Silk Dresses at Kirby'a, " 50-2t
Misses Naideon Jordan, Elizabeth
Alexander, Rubye Caldwell and Ber
nice Flack were visitors for the week
in Fulton. i
Why
standard.-
buy lamps that are not
-AVERITT ELECTRIC CO.
Get your Easter
Pumps at Kirby's.
Miss Zeulah Parkman has returned
from a few weeks stay in Memphis.
See the lines of 5c and 10c laces
at Kirby's. 50-2t
Mrs. Skile3 and daughter, Ruby,
of Kenton, were in the city Wednes
day.
Buy your Easter Hat at Kirby's
and save money.
Mrs. R. A. Nance and daughter,
of Gleason, were shoppers here this
week.
Dry kindling at Union City Ice
& Coal Co.
Mrs. M. E. Fleming and Miss Gaby
Smith, of Gleason, were Wednesday
visitors.
Ladies and children's spring
hats at Kirby's.
WANTED To trade some real es
tate for a car. J. W. BURNEY.
50-2t -
Mr. Cato Davis, of Georgia, was
51-90 here fo? a few davs visiting his home
on Main street.
Visit Mrs. Arnn's store and see
the new and beautiful hats and mil
linery. '
Rev. E. M. Mathis has been kept
at home for a few days with'an at
tack of la grippe.
Roller-screened nut coal at Un
ion City Ice & Coal Co.
Mr3. Harry Wharton, and Miss
Myrtle Vowcll, of Martin, were here
this week as visitors.
Trade where you like, but A. E
Kirkland's is a good place. Gents'
Furnishings, v 49
Mi38 Greta Venthal and Miss Ma
rv Everett, or Hickman, were over
Wednesday shopping: .
A. E. Kirkland will bu3t if you
do not trade with him. Gents Fur
nishings. 49-2t
Mrs.. Howell, of Obion, was a vis
itor here this week with her daugh
ter, Mrs. C. E. Upchurch.
Metcalfe's Greenhouses can sup
ply you with large, frost-proof cab
bage plants at 40 cents per 100
Phone 82. - 50-2t
Mrs. Robt. Moss and daughter,
Virginia, were in the city as visitors
from Martin Tuesday.
Metcalfe's Greenhouses can sup
ply you with large, frost-prtoof cab
bage plants at 40 cents per 100
Phone 82. 50-2t
Mrs. D. N. McClure and son, David
left Sunday for Dallas, Texas, to visit
Mrs. McClurc's parents.
Mrs. Arnn'c new millinery and
hats are arriving daily and she in
vites the public generally, to pay i
visit to the store.
Mrs. Edna Ryan, Mrs. Fuqua, Mrs
Estc3 and Mrs. Ryan, of Martin, wert,
here this week as shoppers
The next Lyceum number is the
well known interpreter, B. F. Wat
kins, who will appear here at Rey
nolds Theatre on next Tuesday night,
March 8. .
Mrs. Chas. L. Neeley, after a visit
to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mayes, has re
turned to her home in Memphis.
Hear Watkins, the popular en
tertainer who was here with the
Chautauqua last spring. He comes
with an entirely new program td the
Reynolds next Tuesday night
Miss Mattie Lee Cook, of Sharon, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. G. D. Capps,
on East Palmer street this week.
Hear Watkins, the popular en
tertainer who was here with the
Chautauqua last spring. He comes
with an entirely new program to the
Reynolds next Tuesday night.
Mrs. H. T. Edward3 and daughters,
Misses Miriam and Catherine, have
returned from Cbvisit to St. Louis,
Litle Miss Virginia Blanton leaves
to-day for a few days visit w.th Mr.
and Mrs. Melvin Tisdale in Nashville.
Hear Watkins, the popular en
tertainer who was here with the
Chautauqua last spring. He comes
with an entirely new program to the
Reynolds next Tuesday nights
Mr3. Roy Cummirfgs, of Paducan,
was a visitor in the city l?.?s week in
the home of her parents, ivii-. and
Mrs. C. S. Talley.
See Mrs. Arnn's new styles in
hats and millinery, all the best and
smartest styles that are sensible and
the most attractive values for the
money, are now to be seen in her
store in Union City.
Dr. Nailling, after an illness of a
few wcettn. ftnuwArpr! an pifprmni'v
call Wednesdav aftern6on to oDerate If you want to buy a good home at
on Mr. Leon Caldwell, of Woodland, j a low price,, see John Baird. Phone 256.
A. E.. KIRKLAND
Successor to Kirby & Kirkland
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Fuqua, late of
Brownsville, have located in Union
City and Mr. Fuqua has become lino
type operator again in the office of
the News-Banner.
See the beautiful line of Ladies'
Silk Dresses at Kirby's, .50-2t
We learn from Dr. F. W. Watson,
who is in Florida, that his health is
very much improved and that he is
grining all the time. The fr.cnds of
the physician are glad indeed to know
this.
v Metcalfe's Greenhouse can sup
ply you withf large, frost-proof cab-
bage plants at 40 cents per 100.
Phone 82. - 50-2t
Miss Flanary is glad to announce
to her friends and patrons that she
is being ably assisted by Mesdames
Will G. Harris and Kathleen Watson
McLendon and Miss Odessa Boone,
the latter from Nashville.
The next Lyceum number is the
well known interpreter, B. F. Wat
kins, who will appear here at Rey
nolds Theatre on next Tuesday nigat,
March 8.
Mr. Clifford V. Jones is here this
week visiting his son, Lindsay, who
has been sick for two weeks. The
little man is improving, but Mr.
Jones is remaining in the city for
the reception of the pastor, Mr. Bak
er who is coming to the First Chris tian
Church. Services were held
Thursday night, Mr. Kempet, of Mem
phis, being also present.
The next Lyceum number is the
well known interpreter, B. F. Wat
kins, who will appear here at Rey
nolds Theatre on next Tuesday night
March 8.
Mr. John George, accompanied by
his physician, Dr. H. W. Quails, left
Wednesday for Nashville for an X
ray examination. Mr. George has
been troubled for aeveral months. He
has not been at all well, and the ex
amination is to be made with a more
Dowcrful machine than is available
here. We trust that Mr. George may
obtain treatment and relief, and
soon be able to return to his home
and business affairs.
Do you have spells of dizziness
when everything turns black before
the eyes? These are symptoms of
torpid liver and a clogged condition
of tht bowels. Take Prickly Ash Bit
tors and get rid of the misery. It la
a man s remedy ror correcting sucn
disorders. Prico $1.25 .per bottle.
Sold by all dealers.
Mr. Tom Easterwood has bought a
stock of groceries to be opened in the
concrete block on Church street. The
store will be conducted by Mr. East
erwood and son, and they Invite a
share of business.
If the bowels are clogged up
poisens get into the blood, causing
loss of strength, skin eruption, dizzi
ness and vertigo (blind staggers)
Prickly Ash Bitters will open the
bowels, drive out the impurities and
restore strength, energy and cheer
ful spirits. Price $1.25 per bottle.
Sold by all dealers.
Junior Music Club,,
The Junior Matinee Music Club
held its meeting Saturday afternoon
at the home of Miss Betsy Spradlin,
with Miss Sara Nash as leader. The
lesson dealt with a thorough study
of the life of Mendelssohn, and many
interesting points were brought out
relative to the lesson by members
nresent. After the following well-
rendered program a delightful salad
course was served by the hostess.
"Vaise" (Chopin), Kathleen Ar
nold.
"Snowflakes" (Cowen), I sabella
Everett. "
"Impromptu" (Strickland), Sarah
Pickard.
"Egloguc" (Helles), Louise-Sprad
lin.
"Spring Song" (Mendelssohn),
tsy Spradlin.
Yes, Indeed.
"When I began business on my own
account I had absolutely nothing ex
cept my intelligence."
"Indeed, that was a small begin
ning.'
ning." -Fliegende Blaetten. (Mu
nich).
Capital Stock $50,000.00 Under State of Tennessee
Supervision
Total Resources more than Quarter Million Dollars.
Decide Today.
Independent or Dependant
Statistics show that only 1 6 per cent of the people reaching
the age of 65 become independent; 84 per cent dependent on
others in old age. - .
Which cKss are you striving to be in at 65? The success
of every business man in Union City has only been attained
by his own thrift, economy and saving habits, or from that of
some one else. This cannot be denied. Study your own in
dividual case and see if you are applying the three essentials
for a successful career. If not, why not? Profit by the
experience of your unsuccessful friend and begin now to save.
Start with one dollar or more. Deposit it in the Farmers
Exchange Bank. 1 0 per cent of your earnings each month or
week will assure you a competency and bank account you will
ue piuuu (Ji in u ic euu. i lunuicus onu uiuusmma ui - get
ting the'saving Habit, why not you?
Join our saving club today. Same will be appreciated, be
it large or small. We promise you cordial, personal service.
MAKE OUR BANK YOUR BANK
4 Per cent paid on Time Deposits.
Farmers Exchange Bank
HARRIS PARKS.
President
W. V. HOLLOMON
Asst. Cashier
CHAS. W. MILES. Jr
Cashier
The Road
toquickfcafits'
THE Purina System is guar-
anteed to make chicks grow
twice as fast, during the first
' six weeks, as a grain ration.
This rapid all 'round develop
ment continues to maturity.;
This is because the Purina
System supplies perfectly
balanced diet for blood,
nerves, feathers, frame and
tissues. Grain is not
properly balanced.
Rapid Development
Important
' Your profits from fall
and winter eggs and your
income from broilers de
pend on rapid develop
ment now. The Purina
' Chow habit leads to the
profit column.
Sol I in Checkerboard
' Bags Only ,
iff.
3 PURINA BfiifMtf
RKEN0i3W 5 JciilCKEfif
Hill
Cash Grocery Company
The Post Office
.is across the street
from .
CLOYS SEPUM COMPANY
UNION CITY, TENN.

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