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was a Great Success
Therefore, we wish to thank the people of Union City and surrounding territo
ry for their kind patronage during our great sale, which was a great success to
you and our business. We still have plenty of first class merchandise to offer
you at a great saving. Mr. Kaufman is now in the eastern markets purchasing
a complete line of First Class Merchandise, consisting of Dry Goods, Shoes and Clothing, which will
arrive shortly. , We extend to each of you a cordial invitation to pay our store a visit and inspect same.
Union City KaMfaian9S LOW PFice StOre Tennessee
The Commercial, Union City, Tenn.
FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1921. .
We do hemstitching and Picotlng
for the . public. All work done
promptly by experienced operator.
Mail orders given special attention.
Union City, Tenn. . 6-tf
Cumberland Phone," 232. .
1 1 1
' We want a lady or gentleman
'agent for the genuine J. R. Watkins
Products In Union City and other va
cant towns. A Big Opportunity for
any hustler. Write to-day for free
sample and free particulars of our
wonderful offer.J. R. Watkins Co.,
64, Memphis, Tenn.
; WANTED. ' ; '
You to know we carry a full line
of sowing machine supplies, needles
and oil, also repair work done by
experienced man.' In fact, bring to
us all your, sewing .machine worries.
6-tf Union City. Tenn. .
Af Singer Sewing Machine. Sold on
easy payments. Old machines taken
in.' exchange. " Write, us call in per
son or telephone Cumb. Phone 232
If Intprentnd. 5-tf
' Union City, Tenn.
Ordinances Confirmed and Sale
Bonds to Be Advertised. "
. v . ( Cumberland 461
Telephones: j m
Dr. C. E. Upchurch
Over Mr Aran's Millinery Store
Union Citw : : : Tenn.
Dr. W. J. Jones
!.' ' ' DENTIST
Union City, Tenn.
107 Church St. Cumb. Phone 214-J
A Modern Surgical Institution. '
Competent Trained ruraee
DR. W. A. NAILLING. . . . .Chief Surgeon
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E. V.Youngblood.D.V.M.
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Both phones: Office 192, Residence 312.
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A house and lot for sale, situated
on the northwest corner of Court
Square in Union City, Tennessee.
Apply to A. J. Harpole at his law
office on Washington avenue. . 2-4t
: Cleaned and Repaired.
Staf fords Superfine Ribbons
- , Cumb. phone 31?
The Board of Mayor and Aldermen
met last Tuesday night In regular
session and received the report ot the
engineer, Mr. Weatherford, which Is
a complete survey of the city for the
purpose of laying paved streets.
First after the publication ot the
ordinance will be the advertising of
the Btreet improvement bonds to be
sold, and the board will proceed af
ter that to arrange for Btreet con
struction in the way of letting con
tracts or in whatever way the work
ia to be done. All of these things will
come in regular order, unless the cit
izens to be effected by these improve
ments make objection in the regular
way provided by the ordinances for
such objection. No such objections
have yet been made.
As heretofore understood the lm
provements'embrace First street from
the 'south line' tt Harrison .-street
north to the north line of Main
street; thence Main street crossing
the M. & O. R. Ri tracks to the cross
ing of Main and Ury at the Methodist
Church; then all of Ury street from
Mill street north to Todd street. ,
The estimates for this work In
eluded in the survey are as follows:
Type of street: Asphaltic con
Depth of center street bed, seven
CoBt of First street improvements
Total, 121,297, or 5.80 per. front
Cost of Main street Improvements
Total, 120,778, or 16.45 per front
foot. V
Cost of Ury street improvements
$52,844, or $3.42 per front foot.
The grand, totalrof entire street
4 a & -.
paving improvements is $94,919
Aswo understand the above front
foot Ultimate, it ts the amount each
abutfWlg property -owner la jta pay,
Multiply that by Jhree and it carries
the front foot across from one side
of the street to the other, each prop
erty owner paying one-third and the
city one-third.
The report of the engineer is in
several volumes and the estimates
and specifications are all typewritten
and ready for reference.
The bonds will be twenty-year se
rial bonds. The installments to be
paid by the abutting property own
era are for ten years orone-tenth of
the cost each year.
This estimate is approximately
$3.50 per square yard, which was
made heretofore by Mr. Harris.
The city refused the petition of
cltzons to locate confection and re
freshment stands at the park.
Formal Opening Friday, June 10,
The children's playground ' will
bo formally opened Friday, Juno 10,
at 5:30 p.m. ' 7
An interesting program of . short
talks and special music has been ar
ranged. Every one 1b urged to be
present at this meeting and see the
wonderful Improvement In our, park.
All stores will be closed and the
merchants will attend.
Every man has days when his sus
penders insist on getting twisted and
his socks keep coming down.- How
ard (Kans.) Courant.
Should Remain Gentler Sex, London
Women Say.
London, June 3. Whether athlet
io girls become healthy mothers is a
problem now being hotly debated by
woman doctors here.
The question arose in an acute
form when the pioneers of the recent
agitation against athletics for girls
held a conference in London and con
demned games as tending to be inju
rious to tht next generation. '
To such dimensions is the cam
paign against feminine athletics
growing, that it Is considered likely
many colleges will shortly revise
their games curriculum and that the
present craze of violent exercise
among all classes of British girls will
be struck a fatal blow. ,
, The chief blow to the "muscle
girls," as they are known here, was
dealt by Miss Cowdroy, a college
principal who has had experience of
girls for three generations. She said:
The girl trained to hockey, cricket,
football and tennis suffers In after
life. Sometimes the child suffers and
sometimes the mother, and some
times one of them dies.
The Victorian girl was better
physically than the modern girl.
A great many girls brought up on
present methods of physical training
are bad tempered and soured in later
Equally sweeping in her criticisms
was Misa Radmar, head of a large in
stitution for the physical develop
ment of girls.
"The typical athletic girl of to
day," she said, with her wide hips
and over-developed chest, is not el
egant or fine. Big muscles are out of
place in a girl. She should be edu
cated to do the soft and gentle things
of life."
Medical support was given by Dr
Arabella Kenealy, the celebrated doc
tor. "Athletic women produce fe
male offspring mainly," she said,
"Seldom do they have sons, and these
are apt to be puny and delicate."
On the other hand, there is an In
fluential body of medical opinion in
favor of athletics for girls. Dr. Mary
Scharlieb. the famous woman sur
geon, cays: "Much of this criticism
is nonsense. Athletics are excellent
for girls, provided care is taken over
"These criticismB are merely part
of a plan to get women back to their
old-fashioned atmosphere," com
ments Dr. Jane Walker. "Athletics
are exceedingly good for girls. The
lie about puny children was nailed to
the counter years ago. Investigations
were made concerning the families of
athletic women who had been to Ox
ford or Cambridge. It was proved
that they had had beautiful, healthy
children and plenty of them. The
trouble Is that some timid mothers
are beginning to be fussy about their
girls, and there is danger of healthy
exercise being interfered with."
Dr. Sloan Chesaer, another well-
known woman doctor, said there was
a tendency to over emphasize the
value of athletics for both sexes.
Boy and girls can play . pretty
much the same games until the age
of 14 or 15," she said. "Girls seem
to be as good as boys until then, hut
after that age the boys become relatively-Stronger,
and other types of
exercise appear to be better for girls.
Dancing is a much better form of ex
erciso for girls than Swedish drill,
and I am also in favor of curythen
lcs." , - ;' -
The view of big business concerns
employing huge numbers ot girls
(most of whom in this country pro
vide their personnel with grounds
for games) Is expressed by a member
of Lyons, the teashop concern. '
"The most efficient members of our
staff are those who indulge in
games," he said. "We have never
found that the health of the business
girl suffers from tennis, hockey or
Even the staidest London newspa
pers think the subject worthy of edi
torial comment. The Pall Mall Ga
zette complains that there exists a
class of women school teachers who
want girls' schools run on the lines
of boys' schools, especially in the
playing field. "Sex Jealousy is at the
root of the mischief. The muscular
development produced in girls by vio
lent exercise may be undesirable, but
more than any question of -eesthetics
is the risk of , nervous strain and
physical exhaustion, and the prob
ability that the child-bearing capaci
ty, of the woman of the future, will
be seriously curtailed.". .:
' Methodist Church.
Rev. Asa F. Stem, one of our gen
eral evangelists, of Berkeley, Cal.,
will preach at the Methodist Church
next Sunday at 11 o'clock a.m. He
will neither preach on Christian ed
ucation nor the centenary Just a
good evangelistic sermon.'
- Our subject for Sunday evening
will be, "What Is Your Life?" We
hope to 8eo as many aa possible out
at each of these services. ,
Children's day services will be held
at Salem Sunday evening at 8 o'clock
Debtors, Take Notice.
, The accounts of the firm of J. A. Coble & Son
are now in my hands for collection', and must be
paid without delay. Persons wishing to pay ac
counts may do so at my office or at Farmers Ex-
If not paid promptly suit will be brought to
enforce payment. . Pay us and save costs.
Respectfully, .
r . W. M. MILES, Attorney.
CP. Church Notes.
Sunday school, 9:45 o'clock.
"' Morning and evening worship at
the regular hour. Sermon by the
pastor. '
Junior Christian EtfQeavor, 3:00
Topic: "Out and 'Out for Christ."
Have you written your friends to
visit you during the. Home Carnival
July 4 to 10, something doing every
day that every one will enjoy.
AM AUTHORIZED to take applications for loans to x
be made in sums of $3,000.00 or more on first-class
improved farm land in Obion and Weakley Counties,
Tennessee, and Fulton County, Ky. Will only be able
to make a limited number of loans at the present time,
and suggest that you make application immediately if
you desire a loan. The interest rate is very low and the
conditions as to payment very favorable.
Union City O. SPRADLIN Tennessee
Christian Endeavor, 7;00
Builds Ice House.
Hickman, Ky.f June 7. The Un
ion City Ice Company of Union City,
Tenn., is building in West Hickman
an ice house to take care of Its Hick
man patrons. The company has been
selling ice here for the past two
months and has been bringing it over
by trucks. After the completion of
the ice storage house herd ice will
be shipped in carload lots.
Big Rally at Reelfoot Lake.
The Northwest Christian Endeavor
Union held its first annual rally at
Samburg, - Tuesday. Ninety-seven
Christian Endeavorers from Dyers
burg, Newbern, Rives and Union
City enjoyed the day. Boating, fisn
fry, devotional services stressing the
Importance of rural Christian En
deavor and a baseball game between
Endeavorers and Samburg were fea
tures of the occasion.
Card of Thanks. . .,
We wish to express pur thanks to
the many friends and loved ones for
the many deeds of kindness and words
of condolence and sympathy for us
in our bereavement and sorrow in the
sudden passing away of our much
loved husband and father, Jerry A.
Cloar. May God's richest blessings
be and abide with you henceforth and
forever. Mra. Ann MeAlister Cloar,
Martin Cloar and family, v Mr. and
Mrs. John Covington, and little A. T.
Southern Shorthorn Exhibition and Sale
Columbia, Tenn., June 20-21, 1921.
Promoted and conducted under joint co-operation of American
Shorthorn Breeders Association and Nashville, Chattanooga &
St Louis Railway. t .
70 Females Eighty-Five Head 15 Bulls.
Consigned by: " '
Lespedeza Farm, Hickory Valley, Tenn. W. L. Smitb, Eutaw, Ala. .
Herman Dietzel, Union City, Tenn.
E. S. Ditmore, Newborn, Tenn.
E. O. Cherry, Newbern, Tenn. ' " '
Geo. Eleazer, Dickson, Tentf.
E. E. Hart, Flat Creek, Tenn.
R. V. Jones, Grenada, Miss.
Kalarama Farm, Springfield, Ky.
Cowan & Cowan, Dickson, Tenn.
J. It. Ormsby, Macon, Miss.
H. V. Moseley, Alexandria, La.
F. S. Wheeler, Mt. Pleasant, Tenn.
Dr. T. L. Mae tin, Huntsville, Ala.
Families Represented: , '
Nonpareil, Victoria, Emma, Duchess of Gloster, Kilblean Beau
ty, Brbadhooks, Violet, Rose of Sharon, Jenny Lind, ' Roan
Lady, Missie, Orange Blossom, Clementina. v
Sires Represented:
Lespedeza Imperial, Imperial Sultan, Collynie Type by Cumberland's Type,
Lespedeza Sultan, Thai ton ' White Star by King's Secret, Ringleader, Non
pareil Lad by Robin Arcbor, Royal Stamp by Crystal Stamp, Golden Marshall
by Whitehall Marshall, Senator's Master by Senator, Sultan Lavender, Lord
Fauntleroy by Scotch Cumberland, Anoka King 2rdt by Whitehall King, Royal
Type II by Cumberland's Type. .
; . This is the first all-Soutberu Show and Sale ever held, and the event is
typical of the progress the South is making in improved live stock industry.
The consignments represent the cream of Southern Shorthorn blood and quali
ty, and include many individuals of so-called straight Scotch breeding. The
offering presents an unique opportunity ta Sou tbern breeders and prospective
beginners to secure the most desirable kind of Shorthorn cattle at reasonable
prices. Liberal CASH PREMIUMS.
For information and catalogue address:
; L P. BELLAH General Agent.
' Nashville, Tenn.

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