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The Commercial, Union City, Tenn.
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FRIDAY. MAY 20, 1921.
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in toppy rod bat;
tidy rod tin, hand
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fund tin humidor
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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.
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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! ,
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Copyright 1921
by R. J. Reynolds
Tobacco Co.
Wins ton -Salem.
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the national joy smoke
The Facts of the Telephone Situation
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r - By J. EPPS BROWN, President
v '':"! v"c cuMberlandtelephone & telegraph company
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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. " , '
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" .,...! 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 , ,
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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. .
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.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.
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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.
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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..
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.... 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
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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.
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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.
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