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The Commercial, Union City, Tenn.
" ' - V , ' i i 1 i,1 A FRIDAY. MAY 20, 1921. 1 1 ! i ; 'I I: 1 w n i Til t-l 11 'Jj rfl r i if the Youll enjoy sport of rolling em with P. A.! Mm Albert U oM in toppy rod bat; tidy rod tin, hand mwi pound and haU fund tin humidor mnd In thm pound vwaM ml tmm h HIM. dor with mponga top. FIRST thing you do next go get some makin's papers and some Prince Albert tobacco and puff away on a home made cigarette that will hit on all your smoke cylinders! . No use sittingby and say ing maybe you'll cash this . hunch tomorrow. Do it while , the going's good, for man-o-; man, you can't figure out whatyou're passing by! Such flavor, such coolness, such more-ish-ness well, the only way to get the words em phatic enough is to go to it and know yburself ! And, besides P-rince Albert's delightful flavor, there's its freedom from bite and parch which is cut out by our exclusive patented proc ess! Certainly you smoke P. A. from sun up till you slip between the sheets with out a comeback. ' v. Prince Albert is the tobac co that revolutionized pipe smoking.' If you never could smoke a pie forget it! You can AND YOU WILL if you use Prince Albert for packing! It's a smoke revelation in a jimmy pipe or a cigarette! , f Si: Copyright 1921 by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. Wins ton -Salem. N.C i Aim the national joy smoke The Facts of the Telephone Situation i v m l ennessee i . fit.?!"? r - By J. EPPS BROWN, President v '':"! v"c cuMberlandtelephone & telegraph company '.""" (Incorporated) To furnish the telephone service which will be needed in the State of Ten- nessee during 1921, additional facilities must be constructed. ' To build these facilities will cost $1,207,000.00. , - :: The company has no money with which to construct these facilities. . AU new construction must be paid for out of the capital account of the compapy; all of the company's present capital is invested in the plant and facilities now used by you. " , ' O " .,...! This money can be had in only one way ; it must be invested in the com .' ' pany's business. " . . '.v This money can be had from only one source; from the investing public, people who have surplus money to invest. . 4 Part of the investing public of this country live in Tennessee. A , , . .."! ' . -' ' . . These facilities are needed to serve the people of Tennessee. Will the investing public of Tennessee put their money in a business Which is now earning less than two per cent upon the investment? Every dollar the public of Tennessee will invest in the company will be used to construct plant facilities in the State of Tennessee for the use of the people of .Tennessee. If the investing public living in Tennessee will not invest their surplus money in the company's business, the company must get the money needed to serve you from the investing public in other states; from strangers. Can you expect strangers to invest their money in a business located in Tennessee in which the people of Tennessee will not invest their money? Can you ask or expect them to furnish more money for your use in Ten nessee under present conditions ? The owners of this property cannot be required, or expected, to make additional investments in Tennessee at the present rate of return. Neither the present owners nor prospective owners will put more money Into the telephone business in Tennessee until the money already invested is receiving a fair return. When the company, is legally authorized to charge a rate which will yield -a fair and just profit over and above the cost of furnishing you service in the State of Tennessee, it can secure the money needed to furnish service to the State of Tennessee. . sir !' f .The company must have this right before it can get the money. The people of Tennessee must act first. " J :-' To have telephone service you must either invest your own money Jn the company's business, or permit the company to earn such a profit upon its present and future investment as will induce strangers to invest their money in the State of Tennessee to serve you. '3$ COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES s RIVES HIGH SCHOOL WILD ROSE-OPERETTA CAST OF CHARACTERS. Rose McCloud Jonnie Woody Mary Forsythe ." Sara Taylor Mrs. Fussy... j Mamie Osborne Lady Grey., Louise Stovall Reporters Miss Writeup Virginia Houser Miss Putemdown Leone Callicott Debutantes Dora Brooksie Lemmond Flora ...Farra Mai Carter Molly Mildred Callicott Polly , Juanita McNeill Miss Talkalot Essie Nelle Forrester Miss Doingood Lillian Barker Madame Sewseams : Mary Lee Wise Madame Feathertop T Earlie Fitz Madame Smells weet .... r Gertrude- Agnew pobbie '. Mary Ella Barker Maids Evelyn Shore, Helen Harris, Elizabeth McNeill, Eliz abeth Agnew, Mary Ruth Hamilton, Annie Belle Brownlow, Ben ita Wood, Nedra Marlin, Ruth Tisdale, Georgia Brown, Ora Niel Fitz, Lurleen McDurman, Lillian Callicott. V ANNUAL PLAY "DUST OF THE EARTH" THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1921, 8 P. M. CAST OF CHARACTERS. David Moore, of Maple Farm Cottage Chester Moss Susan Moore, his wife...'. Jennie Holloway Elizabeth, their daughter. . Sara Taylor Jerry, their son Thomas Scoggins Rev. Dr. Templeton, a young minister Max Hauser Miss Arabella, the village newspaper Mamie Osborne John Ryder, the young master of the Maples Claude Callicott Wandering Tom, a mystery Wade Moss Old Mose, his companion Mr. Wood Nell, the Dust of the Earth ,Mary Nell Kitchcll N MUSIC FOR PLAY. Hight Orchestra Selected.' Woody & Moss 'Veil Me Pretty Maiden". By Four Girls Hight Orchestra GRADUATION . MAY 20, 1921, 8 P. M. Barber of Seville Overture. Rossini Misses Botts and Clemmons Invocation Mr. Woody Salutation . . , Wade Mobs Advice to Juniors Gertrude Agnew Reply toy Seniors Juniors Valedictory. Sara Taylor Address r Dr. Clark Conferring of diplomas. .Mr. Cravens RECITAL BY MISS BOTTS PUPILS Waltz in G-flat... Chopin Helen Harris Failing Autumn Leaves .,. .Victor Moulton Ora Nlel Fitz , Florence Botts Waltz In A-flat .Chopin Essie Nelle Forrester , Song "The Little Sick Dolly" , Irene Bryson Dreaming Valse .' Joyce Annie Belle Brownlow Liebeslied. . . .' r .C. W. Cadman Mary Ruth Hamilton Soldier Boy's March ., Ellis Woodward Lillian Callicott Reading "A Girl and Boy's Viewpoint of a Love Affair." - Sara Taylor A Ring Around the Rosy . N. V. Wilm Benlta Woody "Miss Liberty" Polka Harry Von Tilzer 'Georgia Brown Humoresque Valse Dvorak ' Ruth Tisdale ' (a) Meldy in F .t Rubinstein (b) Rustling of Spring , .Christian Sending Leone Callicott Song "The Quarrel" Thomas Scoggin and Beth Brown Sherzo Valse : . Frank Frysinger - , Lillian Barker Charge of the Uhlans. . . . . . T. V." .Bohm Farra Mai Carter Juanita McNeill Darling Heart J. . ,...... Adolf Weidig Nedra Marlin Rustic Dance C. R. Howell Brooksie Lemmond Song Similar Twins Evie and Ivle Dickey The Little Coquette. Wilson G. Smith Lurleen McDurman Song of the Thrush Geo. L. Spaulding Mary Lee Wise Early Fitz ' Maybells Schottische. ; Chas. Morley i Elizabeth McNeill Reading "The Bald-headed Man. Ruth Harper Waltz in D-flat .' , Chopin .Evelyn Shore Humoreske , Tchaikow3ky Mildred Callicott ' Edelweiss Idylle .Gustav Lang Louise Stovall II Trovatore ciauae Memotte Jonnie Woody.. . . f . .4i .... Florence Botts Spring's Approach . . . E. R. Kroeger ' , Elizabeth Agnew Reading "Daddy Long Legs". Miss Ruby Skyles Idilio ( (Idyl) . ,V, Theodore Lock i Virginia Houser x . Tarantella ......... ; .W . i .'. Stephen Heller . Mamie Osborne ' Tl i I Cumberland 461 elephones: j m Dr. C. E. Upchurch DENTIST Over Mrs. Aran's Millinery Store Union City, : : : Tenn. B.H.Sisk,DV.M. Graduate Veterinarian Office Jonesfic Campbell's MuleJBam Calls answered promptly Day or ' Night. Both Phones Dr. W. J. Jones DENTIST Union City, Tenn. 107 Church St. Cumb. Phone 214-J THE MILLING HOSPITAL SEVENTH YEAR A Modern Surgical Institution. Competent Trained Nurses DR. W. A. NAILLING Chief Surgeon Union City, Tenn. Both Phone 41. FOR SALE. Rough Lumber, including Oak and Gum, from mill on my farm north of Union City, on Jordan road. Orders filled promptly. D A. STALCUP. HEMSTITCHING. We do hemstitching and Plcoting for the public. All work done promptly by experienced operator. Mail orders given special attention. SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. Union City, Tenn. 5-tf Cumberland Phone 232. WANTED. You to know we carry a full line of sewing machine supplies, needles and oil, also repair work done by : experienced man. In fact, bring to us all your sewing machine worries. SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. 5-tf Union City, Tenn. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Having qualified as the adminis trator of the estate of J. T. Williams, deceased, all parties having claims against said estate are hereby noti fied to file the same properly authen ticated as the law directs on or be- - foreNAugust 1, 1921, and all parties owing said estate are requested to seU the same at once. 6-4tpd This May 4, 1921. P. R. ROBERTSON, Admr. Notice to Buggy Owners. ' ot Before you buy a new buggy get my prices on Painting and Rubber Tiring. I also have twenty sets of Rubber Tire Wheels for sale. One set of these will make your buggy as good as new. Cumberland Phone 43 R.A.PARDUE CAMP UNAKA. Athletic and Educational Camp for Girls, in Cumberland Mountains, - I MONTEAGLE, TENN. Swimming, athletics, arts and crafts, woodcraft; dramatics and trips to points of interest. " Illustrated booklet from Mrs. T. F. Taylor, Monteagle, Tenn., or Mrs. Susie Kieser, Osceola. Ark., Directors. 6-4t Two Jacks STARLIGHT and W00DR0W WILSON. These two fine Jacks are between five and six years old, wed bred, good bone, etc., 15 and 15 hands ligh. These Jacks are at my staoie, two miles southwest of Union City. Season $10 to insure a iving colt. Care taken to prevent accidents," but not responsible should any occur. April 30, 1921. Chester Phebus. gjggggs N - -I v: