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Jno. T. Walker & Co. y. ' ' il J PHONE 118. UNION CITY, TENN. 'J l-B i 4 .Pi ! ! ; : f i h hi ! 1 ! y 5 if I; ' HEMSTITCHING. We do hemstitching and Picoting for the public. All work done promptly by experienced operator. Mail orders given special attention. SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. . - Union City, Tenn. 5-tt Cumberland Phone 232. - WANTED. You to know we earry a full line of sowing machine supplies, needles and oil, also repair work done experienced man. In fact, bring us all your sewing machine worries SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO 5-tf Union City, Tenn. The Commecial, Union City, Tenn. FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1921. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. by to IT SONG. X Singer Sewing Machine. Sold on easy payments. Old machines taken in exchange. Write, us call In per son or telephone Cumb. Phone -23 If interested. B-tt SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. Union City, Tenn. , . , i Cumberland 461 TeIePhones:( Count, 262 ..... Dr. C. E. Upchurch DENTIST Over Mr. Aran' Millinery Store Union City, : : : Tenn Dr. W. J. Jones DENTIST A Union Gty, Tenn. 107 Church St. Cumb. Phone 214-J THE NAMING HOSPITAL SEVENTH YEAR A Modern Surgical Institution. Competent Trained Nurse OR. W. A. NAILLING. . . . .Chief Surgeon Union City. Tenn. Both Phone 41. E.W,YoungbloGd,D,U1 GRADUATE VETERINARIAN Office: Reece Alexander' Garage s Both phone: Office 192, Residence 312, TYPEWRITERS Cleaned and Repaired. Staffords Superfine Ribbons Cumb. phone 317 S. E. BYRN SPECIAL RALE ON DRESS GOODS $1.00 voiles at 49c per yard; 75c voiles at 35c per yard; $1.50 silk striped voiles, as fine as georgette we boughtjJhis for Jess than half price; 59o per yard at PHILHYMAN'S CUT-PRICE STORE CARDUI HELPED REGAIN STRENGTH Alabama Lady Was Sick For Three Tears, Suffering Pain, Nervous jurl Depressed Read Her . Own Story of Recovery. Faint Rock, Ala. Mrs. C. M. StegalL tt sear here, recently related the tot loving Interesting account of her 're covery: "I was in a weakened con llltlon. I was sick three years In bed, ottering a great deal of pain, weak, nervous, depressed. X was so weak, I couldn't walk across the floor; Just had to lay ant my little ones do the work. I was almost dead. I tried very thing I heard of, and a number oi doctors. Still I didn't get any relief. I couldn't eat, and slept poorly. I believe If I hadn't heard of and taken Cardui I would have died. I bought six bottles, after a neighbor told me 'What it did for her. "I began to eat and eleep, began to gain my strength and am now well and strong. I haven't had any trou ble since ... I sure can testify to the good that Cardui did me. I don't think there Is a better tonlo made and I believe It saved my life." - For over 40 years, thousands of wo men have used Cardui successfully, tn the treatment of many, womanly foments. If yon suffer as these women aia, take Cardui. It may help you, too. At all drusslat. .E 85 Mr. Paul Beadle3 13 a visitor this week in Memphis. Mr. Paul Johnson and Miss Lillian Neblett were in Jackson Sunday as visitors. t Mr. Jas. Spradlin, of San Antonio, Texas, is a visitor in Union City with old-timo friends. Jack Dempsey coming to Jim mie's Playhouse soon. Watch for date. Miss Martha Moore has returned to Hickman after a pleasant visit to Miss Annie M. McClanahan. Mr. and Mr?. Pete Pitzer visited ! near Fremont last week in the home of Mr. end Mrs. John Freeman. 666 cures Bilious Fever. Miss Alloa n Pitzer, of near Clay ton, was a visitor last week in the city wlith her brother, Mr. Pote Pit zer. '., Mr. Sam D. Cochran, o'f Lottie, La., was in the city this week and last week for a few days singling with old-time friends. V . . Rub-My-Tlsm cures sores. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Beadles and family have returned from a Visit to Mr. Beadles' mother, Mrs. Darby, and sister at Florence, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Curlin, of Baton Rouge, La., arc here visiting In ,the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Curlin at Woodland Mills. Dry kindling at Union City Ice & cnai c. . . j Mrs. Bonnie Maxwell,,of Troy, was t 1 1 . 1. 1 1. 1 YT-, 1 -II a Tiaitur liiia ween, iu uuiuu VyiLjr with Mr. and Mrs. Luke Maxwell and Mr. and Mrs1. F. J. Smith. Mr. and 'Mrs. H. J. Jarrot and daughter, Verna Mae, and Miss Ruth Johnson, of Paducah, are visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Mc Clanahan this week. , Ice all the year. Call 150. Mrs. J. M. Edwards, of St. Louis, has been enjoying a visit to the many friends in Union City for two weeks. Mrs. Edwards is in good health and her visit is a pleasant event. Messrs. A. Grant Matthews, A. Y. Simmons and Col.- W. C, Watts are making a canvass of the Union City territory for a two-weeks campaign In the interest of the W. O. W. or ganization. 666 cures Biliousness. Messrs. King Cox and Glyn Brown who have been attending school at the University of Tennessee, left this week for Baltimore to' enter the U. S. Army Reserve Officers' Train lng Camp for a six weeks stay. Mrs. Seid Waddelll, Judge Joel B Waddell and Miss Birdie Waddell, of this city, went to Memphis this week to attend the funeral of Mr St. John Waddell. Miss Birdie Wad dell came over -from. Osceola, Ark., where she ha3 been .visiting. The best is the cheapest in coal. Call 150. - Doh't forget the home carnival by home talent for enlarging the use fulness of our park and children's playground. Don't be a piker.. Get in the game and let's make our town worth living la. The date -July 4 Get the Fourth of July spirit. Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Griffin and baby, of Macan, Ga., will arrive to morrow and visit at the home of Mr Griffin's mother, Mrs. Sallie Griffin, corner Vine and Morgan streets. They have been visiting Mr. and Mrs, Chas. Gibbs at Helena, Ark., 'for a few days. , Rub-My-Tlsm kills pain. Miss Inez 'Lovelace, late of the West Tennessee Normal School, has accepted the position of teacher of household economics -in the Union City High School, succeeding "Miss Virginia Scott.' Miss - Lovelace left last week for Peabody College to take a summer course. The Commercial takes pleasure in acknowledging receipt of an invita tion to the commencement exercises of John Hopkins University June 21. At that time Josiah B. Hibbitts, Jr., son of Dr. and Mrs. J, B. Hibbitts, of this city, will take the degree of Doctor of Medicine, graduating from that celebrated medical school. Dr. Hibbitts, Sr., is also a post graduate of Johns Hopkins and the son will no doubt follow in his father's foot steps, probably to greater fields of twentieth-century medical science. 666 cures Malarial Fever. Copyright 1921 Hart Scbaftner & Man INCREASING YOUR PROFIT We're doing it by reducing our prof (Is; we're, selling ' good clothes today at prices closer to cost than ever " x before. We'll make it up in volume. Such values ' as these ought to bring every man in town to this . , store.'' ' . "' ' 'V Hart Schaffner & Marx Dixie Weave suits for hot weather at a very low price Light weight, all wool, silk sleeve lining, "stylishly cut, Mohair and Tropical Worsteds at $20.00, $22.50, $25.00 Unless hot weather clothes are made right, they lose theif - shape land style on a hot, sticky day. These suits' are right; they're stylish and they'll stay that way. ' The finest fabrics haye been used; the price is very low for such quality. Palm Beaches, plain and fancy patterns, specially priced at $16.00 to $20.00 Silk Shirts an aliot weather Underwear in a variety of styles, and patterns. Q. Clagett "Co. The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes Mrs. Jones G. Griffith, of May field, Ky., and Mrs. U. Y. Sumner, of Mergphls, are In the city this week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Claud Andrews and other relatives and friends. They went thrulo Polk Tuesday to visit the home of R. L. Andrews. The music for the minstrel will be furnlrthed by the "Five Jolly Jaz zers," our well known orchestra. Don't fall to write all of your friends about this and the other wonderful attractions of the carnival. Do not forget that "this carnival is for the benefit of the children's playground. The play, Hansel and Gretel, adapted from Grimm's tales of Old Germany by Belle Waddell, Is to be produced on the screen under the direction of Alice Martin, costumes by Margaret Breene and stage prop erties and art titles by7 Dawson Daw son-Watson. As a playwright Mrs. Berryhill is known as Belle Waddell. The party will go to Jamestown, N. Y., this summer for the purpose of screening the play. . Judge S. R. Bratton, Mr. Fauntel- roy of the Commercial Appeal. Mr. Hugh Smith, Deputy Game Warden Josh Adams and the State Game Warden, Mr. Williams, of Nashville, went to Reelfoot Lake this week to take steps in the name of the State to stop the draining of the lake. The County Highway Commissioner, Mr. Smith, will have a force of men at work filling the ditches , and drains, wherever such may be found, and .the waters of the lake will be pro tected from trespassers. RELATIVE TO THE PUEBLO FLOOD DISASTER The American Railway Express Company will accept and transport FREE, money and supplies for re lief purposes, addressed to the Mayor of Pueblo,' American Red Cross or other . recognized relief association a t Pueblo and at other devasted towns in the vicinity. ' Call at American Railway Express office, 122 S. First stareet. Union City, Tenn., June 10. OLDEST HAN IN 30TH t " ' si DIVISION IS DEAD , Memphis, Tenn., June 9. For more than thirty years Sergeant Charles C. Blood, 61, the oldest man In the 30th Division, had been a soldier in the service of Uncle Sam. At Ypres, Kimrfiel Hill, the valley of the Somme and Camhrai he nar rowly missed death scores of times under the galling fire of the enemy. To-day the old veteran of many wars died in bed. ' ,. Occupants of 194 Market avenue found him dead in bed this morning. Apparently he had died of a heart attack Some time during the night, as the body was cold. Empty whis key bottles littered the room. Sergeant Blood, whose home was in Dyersburg, Tenn, came to Mem phis recently for treatment at the marine hospital. The old wounds re ceived In France which caused him many weary weeks in a London hos pital, continued to -trouble him. i ee cures Chills and Fever. j The Commercial, Union City,, Term. FRIDAY) JUNE 17, 1921. NOTICE TO PUBLIC. The Cumberland Telephone & Tel egraph Company hereby notifies the public that on May 31, 1921, it filed with the Railroad and Public Utll ities Commission of the State of Ten nessee new schedules of exchange rates and schedules of toll rates to apply between certain exchanges where service was heretofore ren dered without toll charges, said schedule of rates and charges to be come effective on and after July 1, 1921, at and between the following cities and towns within the State of Tennessee: ' Adams, Arlington, Ashland City, Athens, Bell Buckle, Bells, Blanch, Bolivar, Barren Plains, Brownsville, Bearden, Chattanooga, Cleveland, Columbia, Covington, Cedar Hill, Centerville, Charleston, Charlotte, Copper Hill, Cross Plains, Oullecka, Cumberland Gap, Carthage, Clinton, Coal Creek, Colllervllle, , Camden, Dandridge, Dyer, Difficult, Dickson, Dixon Springs, Dresden, Dayton, Decherd, Ducktown, Dyersburg, Et owah, Eagleville, Elkton, Fayette vlllc, Franklin, Fountain City, Glea son , Gibson, Greenbrier, Gallatin, Greeneville, Greenfield, Grand Junc tion, Goodlettsvllle, Harrlman, Hum boldt, Halls, Henning, Hohenwald, Howell, 'Hartsvllle, Huntingdon,1 Jackson, Jeliico, Jasper, Jefferson City, Kenton, Kingston, Knoxville,'' Loudon, LaFollette, Lewisburg, Le noir City, Lexington, Lawrenceburg, Lynnvllle, Lebanon, Lynchburg, Memphis, Medina, McEwen, McKen zie, Manchester, Maryville, Morris town, Madison ville, Milan, Murfrees- boro, Mt. Pleasant, Mulberry, Mun ford, "Nashville, Newborn, Newport, Normandy, Obion, Orllnda, Peters burg, 'Pleasant View, Prospect, Paris, Pulaski, Portland, Rogersville, Rives, RIdgely, Rockwbod', Ripley, Ruther ford, Sharon, Sewanee, Smyrna, Som erville. South Pittsburg, Spring City, Spring Hill, Sweetwater, Shel byvllle, Springfield, Trenton, Tlp tonville, Trezevant, Triune Troy, Tullahoma, Union. . City, Vanleer, White Bluff, White House, Waverly, Whitevllle, Whit well. A copy of 'said schedule of rates and charges Is posted in the office of the company in each of the aforesaid cities and towns and is open to the inspection oi the public. CUMBERLAND -TEL. & TEL.' CO. By C. M, NININGER, 10-3t ; " " j" General Manager. $100 Reward, $100 Catarrh is a local disease greatly Influ enced by constitutional conditions. It therefor requires ' constitutional treat- . ment, HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE la taken Internally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the Sys tem. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINB destroys the foundation of the disease, fives the patient strength by Improving he general health and assists nature t doing: Its work.'. 1100.00 tr.r tnr rae r Caterrhj that HALL'3 CA1 Alt MEDICINE fails to ea's. Druggists 76o. TesSmen!!j frse. . -4. Ciieney Co., Toiasa, unto, i A i I I i '