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The Commercial, Union City, Tenn.
FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1921. iainey-Ivens. The marriage of Mis3 Ann Cathey Rainey, daughter of Mr. -and Mrs. Calvin David Rainey, to Mr. Harold Jewell Ivcns was celebrated Wednes day evening at 8 o'clock in the midst of much beauty and brightness, and was among the. more prominent of the early summer nuptials.' Mr. Ivens Is a son. of Mr. Harry K. Ivens and both ho and Miss Rainey are favor ites among a wide circle of friends in the younger set here. - The ceremony took place at the 4 home of the bride's parents in Burthe street, the drawing room , of -which was lovely with palms and ferna and with garlands of smilax over the doorways. The young couple stood under an arch . of ferns and white peonies tied with large bows of white tulle. An aisle formed of tall bas kets, filled with peonies marked the space through which the bridal party entered. - The attendants at the wed ding were Miss Ellen Rainey,. sister of the bride, as her maid of honor; and Mr. Edmund M. Ivens, brother of the bridegroom, as best man. Lit tle Frances Ivens, niece of the bride groom.' was flower girl and was pret ty in a dainty "frock of flesh-colored taffeta! ' Reverend Dr. Robert Coup land, rector of. Trinity Episcopal Church, officiated at the ceremony Just before the entrance of the Iridal party Miss Rose Ivens sang "At Dawning," very beautifully. The bridal chorus from Lohengrin was played as the bride entered. vMls3 Rainey wore a bridal dress of rich white satin made draped - and with a long court train, and having only orange blossoms as trimming. Her veil was of illusion, held with orange blosooms and she carried a shower bouquet of bride's roses and lilies of the valley. Mrs. Wheeler wore orchid-colored crepe chiffon, with a petal-shape! : skirt and sash, of apple green chif- fon. Miss Rainey woro flesh-colored " chiffon with a sash in French blue and they each carried a cluster of I Bunbumt roses." Mrs. Rainey, wearing a handsome gown of black tulle and sequins was , assisted in receiving by Mrs. Edmund - M. Ivens, Miss Rosa Ivens, by ner mother, Mrs. a. u. jjatney; ana Dy Mrs.; A. P. Howard and Mrs. A. C Crecr. - '. ' r. ' 1 - The young couple will spend their honeymoon in Texas, going to the Galvoz Hotel in Galve3ton for about ; ten days and elsewhere in the State later. They, will be at htfme after ,-; July 1 with Mr. Ivens' father at his residence in Peters avenue. New Orleans Times Picayune. ' ,: T7a r-i aTTm1 -J n " Hickman, Ky. June 1L A wed . ding of great interest to Hickman people was that this morning at St Paul's Episcopal - Church of Miss ; Light'Faris, of lhis .city, and O.. B, Keriiu, of Clir.ion, Ky., Dr. W. F. " Rennenberg officiating. The wed ding was a quiet,' simple' one. The ; only attonda.its were Mr. and Mr?. Roy McKinney, of Paducah, Mrs. Mc Kinney being a sister of the bride, who preceded the wedding party to the altar. Mendeisso'.m't weddiag march was played by Mrs. C. M. Rey nolds $n " the organ, accompanied by J. H. Millet on the violin, and tUls was followed by Lohengrin's wedding . chorus during . the reoe'Jrtcnal - and during the "wedding .ceremony they " softly played fSomevhere a Voice Is i Calling." " The bride wore' a lovely traveling dress of midnight blue . crepe meteor, with tan hat and ac cessories to match. Immediately af ter the wedding they left by auto mobile for Fulton to take a train to Paducah, where they will take a boat late to-day for a trip up the Tennessee River, after which they like will be at home in Clinton, Ky.- Mrs Kerli i 13 a daughter of Mrs. 'A. A price." jfaris, sr., . or this city, one, or the don't wives. most beloved and prominent women of the city.. For a number of years she has been teaching in Hickman's ' public school! and has always! taken would an active part in all public work. Mr. Kerlin is a druggist of Clinton, at Ky., and is well known here, having resided here a number of years. The wedding is the culmination of a long '-'-.courtship. " V PHIL ...... Real Estate Transfers. W. W. Cross et ux. to J. N. Keen, 100 acres in No. 12," $3500. E. D. Hutchison to R. H. Hutch ison, 21 acres in No." 12, J 1000. , ..Mr. B.. Bryant and wife to Clyde Howard, 40 'acres in No. 8, $2400. ... ' - D. M.- Cornatzio to Joel Clymer, 30 acres"Vn No., 9, ,12900. - G. W. Tomeriin et al. to R.L. Cummingg, lot in No.. 13, $2500. under Item. ' out Girls may shut Ithejr eyes while being kissed, s a' scientist avers, but you betcha they don when it conies to selecting the engagement ring.- Richmond (Ind. Item. ' bring bottle. June SALE STARTS Saturday, June 18, 9 A.M. Ends Saturday, June 25, 10 .P. AI, 5 jsr SEVEN (Hi! mm Mil" Red Front Store UNION CBXY.lXENN. Red Front Store BacK. to The mercury may be high these days, but it can not keep our prices from going down.. Look over this sheet, then visit our store and see how easy it will be to cut the cost of living." A lcKk wfll convince you that our store is th place to supply your needs. Onljra few of our many bargains are listed below. IBB as? HOSE a IOC Extra large pink or blue . border Turkish Towels, 75c val., Shinbla Shoe Polish black shoes, 2 boxes for. for tan or 15c Colgates Shaving Soap 2 6 bars for Sansilk, on wood spools, 10c, vaU 3 for White metal Tea Spdons, wont rust Special 2for I.... V.r . , . . - - - Large Fancy Glass water O ET lemonade Pitcher -"Y V .100 pieces of genuine nucut Glass ware, will sell during this : sale, Bowls, Dishes, Vases, 4QiT Plates, etc., at... y Just in time for: - : - Mason Fruit Jar Tops, 2 for 5c Covered Jelly Glasses, 6 for 25 c White Sealing Wax, per cake.-.5c Your Dollar pent at -McElroy will equal two spent elsewhere. - , - . .; - Is the dollar WORTH SAVING? rr." Proof. "I tell you a man with grains will stand out anywhere." ' : "Yes, I saw Professor Braney standing out in the rain wondering where he left his umbrella." . "Any - particular ' choice of, utT asked the butcher. - : "Yes," replied the customer, "I'd a cut of about 50 per cent in ..- ; .-' -- Still another reason why men go back1 to the farihs Is their Washington Post. - If a man swallowed a thermometer, he die by degrees? ' MEN'S HEAJf OVERALLS $1.25 per jpair, also' a lighter weight at 75c per pair at. HYMAN'S CUT-PRICE STORE - .: i- If any woman had all the clothes she wanted, the rest of the women would have to go around In barrels. -SugafCHy (Colo.) Gazette. Panama has sent out sixty troops a general. At that rate a cor poral's guard - would be ' a problem In decimal fractions. Muncie (Ind.) r ' . ' - ' - ' . If you cannot eat heartilv With an attack of indigestion, youi stomaeh Is weak. You need Prickly Ash Bitters. It Is a fine digestive tonic. Resides, it rlda the, stomach and bowels of .the Imsurltieswhich on sickness. " Price 1.2 5 per Sold 'by all dealers. 16 to 30. lOc STORE DAYS OF BARGAINS I? cm. 98c Opening Special 98c Saturday 18, 10:30 A. M. Extra, heavy 18 gauge Aluminuniware, four, six and eight quart Sauce Pahs and Kettles; with tops, double handle Stew Pans and Percolators. 98C 98c Guaranteed 20 JVears. All Ladies and Children's Summer Hats will be sold during this sale at exactly one half the original marked price! " , U -t - WE WILLTSELL m '' Thousands of yards of Laces and Embroideries during this sale, in fact, any of our entire stock at 20 per cent off, of 20 cents off on the dollar. ic WE WILL GIVE FREE , one piece of Sheet Musip with - each piece bought at our store during thl sale." ' 7 " " Don't Miss Tliis Money, Siaving Sale. The Fruit Canning Season 1 pt Ball Mason 'glass Jars, per doz..'...........!.... 85c I qt. Ball Mason glass Jars, per doz. ........ f 1 . 1 5 1-2 gal. Ball Mason glass Jars, per doz. $1.35 Tops and. Rubbers free with Jars. ; Remember the Day and Place McBLRDY'S See our WindJws. Watch our Displays for other fecials inside our 'store. Our Loss;! . Your1 Gain. Old Tastes Fine, and Betteibr is a piire, wholesome cereal bverage, contain ing nothing harmful to nerves dr digestion. It should he boiled? at : least twenty minutes. Then Postum Cereal will reveal a true coffee-like richness of color and flavor. Health "There's a Reason Sold by grocers ' 5 every wierev : ' ' -Hade ty "v. tli mm Postum Cereal Company.Inc rBattle Crcck,MiChian. SALE STARTS Saturday, June 18, 9 A. M. Ends Saturday June 25, 10 P. M. JV jP2icss Ladies' Lisle Hose, all colors, 35c; value, pair for . V The le famous Jefgens Bath . Cr Soap, this sale, bar. Everybody uses Palm Olive fiff Soap, this sale per bar. Vr V Juvenile box Stationery, 18 (Irr sheets and 18 envelopes Gold alloy rim Eye Glasses, t5J for young and old, pair,.5 V 10 qt enamel Water t Buckets, worth 1 , sale 1 69 c Ladies white, black, or brown, full size Cotton Hose, n a pair ySf. O.N. T. Crochet 10c Thread, per spool r. Durham Duplex Safety Razors 10c Genuine O. N. T. Sewing Thread, not an imitation, per 'spool . . 5 C Wrigley's Chewing Gum, 3 for.lOc , NOTE PRICES BELOW White Paper Napkins, 30 for .. M Wax or Butter Paper, large aize roll for 4c Full size 8-in. Picnic platea, 12 for ..5c 4-in.Fancy Ice Cream Plates. 15 for . 5c If you miss this sale we both lose money. A real special each and every day of this Uneasy is the tooth that wears a misfit -crown, v. v . A hatpin in the hand of a woman is mightier than a sword. While all men may be born equal, but few of them die that way. Many. a man . renounces ; single blessedness because he needs the money." T It never , pays to sow wild oats, young man; there isn't a market for thenu. .- . , , .. .; , How we all hate a quitter! He al ways stops Just before .we get a chance to bump him. ..Truth would . be frightened to death if it happened to encounter some people in a dark alley. : The man who is always turning over a new leaf believes - that one good turn deserves another. ..Man's best friend Is woman so women say. Pity may be akin to love, but it's a poor relation. - A coquettte's heart looks like an empty honeycomb. ; . , If a man thinks he can outwit a widow he is entitled to another think. - - - - Consistency is a Jewel that that is missing from the diadem of many an earthly angel.' V To win a girl's love quickly .bribe her father to object. ; When you are discouraged, and think there is no use trying, then get busy! : . . It is easier for a man to stop a runaway horse than it is for him to stop a woman's tongue, or. a baby's tears. : i- ... 1 . j ' Hot Air Around the Fireplace. "Why, Rastuo, where've you been? Haven't seen yon around here for a long time?" - ; "I'se doine right well dls spring. I'so been in the minin business." Minin? Coal mining, Rastus?" TO C. L HARRIS. Chas. W. Miles, Sr., vs. SI. B. Harris ct ais. Chancery Court, Obiou X'ounty, Tennessee. In the abovo styled cause it appear in j to the Clerk and Master from the bill of complaint, which is sworn to. that the defendant, C. L. Harris, is a non-resident of the State of Ten nessee, so that ordinary process of law cannot be served upon him. It is therefore hereby ordered that the said above named defendant appear before the Clerk and Master of the Chancery Court of Obion County, Tennessee, on or before the First Monday of July, 1921. that being a rule day of said Chancery Court, and make defense to the said bill or the same will be taken as confessed by him, and the said cause set for hear ing ex parte as to him. It is further ordered that publication of this no tice be made for four s consecutive weeks in The Commercial, a weekly newspaper published in Obion Coun ty, Tenn. . 12-4t This June 7, 1921. GEO. A. GIBBS, Clerk and Master. By Nelle P. Marshall. D. C. 6 M. W. M. Miles, Sol. for Complt. . TO THE CREDITORS OF S. P. HARRIS, DECEASED Cha3. W. Miles, Sr., vs. Ml'B. Harris et als. In Chancery at -Union City. , All creditors and other persons In terested in the estate of S. P. Harri3, deceased, are hereby ordered to come forward, and exhibit thetr demands, and have themselves nade parties in this 'cause, .within the time pre scribed by law, o.r they will be forever barred. This order will be published for four consecutive weeks, in "The Commercial. 12-4t This June 10, 1921. GEO. A. GIBBS, C. & M. By Nelle P. Marshall, D. C. ft M. Sartorial art finds many forms of expression. Some men's idea of dress ing for a party is to button the vest. Providence Tribune, ; INSOLVENT NOTICE. To the creditors of S. P. Harris, de ceased: , - . By order of the County Court ot Obion County, Tennessee, notice is hereby given to all , persons ' having: claims against the estate of S. P. Harris, .deceased, to come forward and file same with the clerk of said, court, authenticated in the manner prescribed by law. on or before Aug ust 24, 1921, as the insolvency ot said es,tate has been suggested, or said" claims hot so filed will be forever barrel both An law and in equity. Thla May 24th, 1921. 9-4t W. G. REYNOLDS, V- Administrator.' NON-RESIDENT NOTICE." Maggie Kirby vs. Will Kirby. Peti tion Divorce. In Circuit Court of Obion County, Tenn. , -TO WILL KIRBY. A Hill frr H i vr pia liao Iiaavv a rrtM. to and filed in thl'v Court, which bill avers that you are a non-resident of the State of Tennessee and a resident of the State of Missouri, so that the ordinary process of law can not be served upon you. .This is therefore to notify you the said Will Kirby, defendant in above styled cause, to appoar before the Circuit Court or Obion County, Tenn., on or before, the first Monday in' September, 1921, and make defense to said bill filed, against you or the same will be taken for confessed and proceeded with ex parte as to you. ll-4t This May 30, 1921. . t m mmnr ui riarir M. M. Miles, Atty. for Complt. FORECLOSURE SALE. WHEREAS on May 1, 1910, Jame T. Jackson and O.. M. Jackson, exe cuted a trust deed conveying the land hereinafter described to M. E. Clark, and A. Y. Allen, Trustees, for the purpose of securing an Indebted ness therein mentioned, of record in the Register's office of Obion County; Tennessee, in Book 7-P, page 313, and whereas default has been made in the payment of the indebedtness. secured by said trust Meed and the holder thereof has made demand up on the undersigned to proceed to ad vertise and sell said land in accord ance with the provisions of said trust deed. NOW, THEREFORE, by virtue of tho premises and by virtue of the powers conferred . upon the under signed, the undersigned or one of them, will on Wednesday, June 29. 1921, between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. at the east door of the Courthouse in ; Union City, Obion County,. Tennesseee, proceed to sell at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash, the following de scribed real estate, to-wit: A tract oi ittiiu iu jivit jJiairici. No. 7 of Obion County, Tennessee, particularly described as beginning: at a stake in the northeast corner; thence west 4 6 poles to Nelms" northeast corner; thence south 173 poles and bounded by Nelms, - Dahnke and Coble lands; thence east. 46 poles with the north boundary line of the Dahnke end Coble tract to Genevia Z. Sim mons' southwest corner; thence north 173 poles to the beginning, con taining 50 acres. . - Said trust deed waives equity of redemption, dower : and homestead, and the title to said land Is believed to be good, but the undersigned will, sell and convey as Trustee only. M. E. CLARK, . Trustee.' , :A.;Y; ALLEN, Trustee. "Robert B, Goodwin, George A. Gibbs, Atorneys for Trustee and ben eficiaries. 10-3t