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Jno. T. Walker (& Go. PHONE 118. UNION CITY, TENN. CLASSIFIED ADS MY HOME FOR SALE. F. C. AYDELOTT. 10-tf FOR RENT Large front room. Call 395-W. 18-tf FOR RENT Rooms for light housekeeping. See Arch Hale or call 337. 14-tf The Commercial, Union City, Tenn FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1921v LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ' FOR SALE A good two-horse wa gon. G. W. TUCKER, Union City Tenn. 13tf FOR RENT Large front room to gentleman lodgers. Central location Phone 238-J. 14-tf FOR SALE CHEAP AH my house hold gods. See Leo Anderson, South Second street. 19-2t FOR RENT Either three or four room apartment downstairs, close in and desirable, complete with bath Phone 238-J. 19-2tpd FOR RENT Front room with bath, convenient to Wilbanks board lng house. Apply F. W., care Com merical. 15-4tpd FOR SALE Three two-year-old Hampshire rams and one Oxford ram extra quality. Phone 5 5 8-J, Herman Dietzel, Union City, Tenn. 16-3t FOR SALE My residence, 318 N. First street, Union City, $2,750 terms, $2,600 cash. Address 106 W, Palm ave., Tampa, Florida. 16-tf MRS. INA NAILLING KERR FOR SALE 5-room cottage in Union City, close in, large garden, barn and garage. G. B. JONES, 18-tf Hickman, Ky FOUND Ladies'--har on Union City and Reelfoot Lake roal. Call W. P. Tinsley, Clayton, 18-5, and pay for this ad. 19-lt .FOR SALE A beautiful Shetland pony, 7 years eld, Just In his prime B;und and in good conditio; no vicious Qualities, very docile; price reasonable. 19-3t ; MRS. W. H. HARRIS, Union City, Tenn MULES WANTED. Union City corporation wants to buy one pair of mules four to six years old, ' fifteen and a half hands weighing about eleven hundred. See G. C. Cloys. 19-lt FOR SALE Nice 6-room dwelling house, all conveniences; located on College street. One brick storo and fixtures, Home and College streets If interested it will pay you to look. 19-tf E. P. WRIGHT. Hickman, Ky., Phone 305. ELECTRIC FANS. We manufacture the very best sewing machine on earth. The peo ple everywhere say so by buying more than two million eacn year. Why not buy your electric fans from us. Another one of tour products. They are fully guaranteed by our shop in your city. 10-tf SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO, ' 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-tf Cumberland Phone 232. ,t WANTED. You t,o 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. 6-tf Union City, Tenn. A SWEET SONG. A Singer Sewing Machine. Sold on easy payments. Old machines taken In exchange. Write, us call in' per son or telephone Cumb. Phone 232 if interested. . 5-tf SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO Union City, Tenn. E.W.Youngbl90d,D.V.M. Office: Reece Alexander- Garage Both phones: Office 192, Residence 312. Dr. W. J. Jones DENTIST Union City, Tenn. 107 Church St. Cumb. Phone 214-J Paramount Playhouse Monday. Miss Aletha Pate is visiting in St. Louis. Miss Mollie Bourne will leave Sun- rlnv tnr St.. T .finis Saturday, Aug. 6, is Sorghum day at Woosley's. Miss Juanle Garth was a visitor this week in Troy. Mrs. J. W. McCorkle is a visitor this week in Obion. Meighan Playhouse Monday. .Miss "Virginia Chiles is a visitor this week in Obion. Mrs. Kate Braisford is visiting relatives in Union City. Miss Iva Sebastian, of Martin, vis ited in the city Tuesday. Mr. G. B. White made a business visit to Wickliffe Monday. Lost your youth? Find it at Jimmie's Playhouse. Mrs. W. P. Rogers is visiting rel atives at Waverly this week. Miss Annie Lewis Jackson has re- returned from a visit to Osceola, Ark, Miss Mittie Cayce returned last night from a visit to Blytheville, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Jackson have returned from a few days visit to Chicago. Playhouse Monday. Cultivate a hobby. Playhouse, Mrs. Ralph Ruckman, of Mahomet, 111., Is visiting her mother, Mrs. W. D. Williams. A few cents buys a gallon good Country Sorghum at Woosley's Satur- day, Aug. 6. Mrs. J. W. McCorkle is visiting her mother, Mrs. Emma Jackson, at New bern, Tenn. Mrs. Kate McGuirc, of Oxford, Miss., is in the city visiting Mrs. Frank Long. Mr. Pierce Pardue has returned to Chicago after a visit home to bis mother and family. -Everybody's looking for youth, You'll find it Monday at Jimmie's Playhouse. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Pierce and children, of Trimble, were in the city Saturday shopping. Mr. Chas. Bramham, of Memphis, is a visitor here this week with Mr. and Mrs. Jas. N. Bramham. -What would you give if you could call back the sweet days of seventeen? Come to Jimmie's Play house, Monday. . , Mrs. Ike Melchor and Miss Re'becca Rogers, of Memphis, are here for a yisit with Mrs. Bob Rogers. Miss Elizabeth Forester is visiting her grandparents', Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Forester, in Southeast Missouri. W. P. Rogers and W. P., Jr., were in Memphis this week, returning home in a new Hudson Super-Six. - See "Conrad in Quest of His Youth" at Jimmie's Playhouse Mon day. A picture to make you happy you're alive! Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Moss motored over to Nashville and will spend a week visiting friends and relatives. Judge H. O. Head, of Sherman, Texas. Is a visitor here with Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Head, Jr., at The Beeches. Little Miss Frances Pardue has re turned to Memphis after a visit -wih her grandmother, Mrs. F. W. Pardue, Some day soon I am going . to sell one thousand 16-oz. loaves, that good Holsum Bread. Look for date and price. Sam'l. D. Woosley. Misa Leonora Amberg and broth er, Roland Amberg, were in the city this week visiting Miss Mollie Bourne. Miss Naideen Jordan was a visitor last week in Fulton with Mrs. Mau rice Chowning and Miss Esther Hold-erman. Mr. and Mrs. John Freeman; of Gleason, were visitors in the home of Mrs. C. B. White Saturday and Sunday. Don't suffer the misery of indi gestion when you cr.n get relief frcm Prickly Asa Bitters. It eases the pain and drives out badly digested fooa. One dose does the work. Try it.' Price 1.25 per bottle. Sold by all dealers. E. u. pardue is out on the road again waiting on his trade in Middle Tennessee with his lice, the Bettie- Vic gannens. Mrs. John Rogers, of Bonham, Tex as, and Mrs. W. R. Pace, of Newbern, Tenn., are in the city visiting Mrs. Henry Hassler. Visitors of Mr3. Dean Keicer this week are Mr3. Moss and daughter, of Henderson, Ky., and Miss Baker, of Providence, Ky. The purity of U-e subject, it3 ef fective handling, the artistry of the production as a vhole will commend "Conrad in Quest of His Youth" to the most select audiences. Miss Ella Hediger has returned to Greenville, Illaccompanied by Miss Lottie Nolen, who goes to Illinois for a few weeks visit. Mr. Byrd, we understand, has opened a river bathing resort below Rives, with fine natural surround ings and advantages. Mrs. Harry Scates has returned to Memphis, where her son, Harrison, is in the hospitaL improving "from a severe attack of appendicitis. Mrs. Ann Howell and daughter, Miss Callie, have gone to Louisville, accompanying Mrs. Walter Howell and children Who are returning home. Mrs. E. M. Mathis is visitins rela tives and frieads this week at White- ville, Tenn., an! Rev. Mathis is fill ing aprcintment3 at Jackson and oth er rlrces. Mrs. Charles G. Naylor left Wed nesday for Mountain Grove, Mo., to ojin Mr. Naylor wlio has been there some months being employed by a large furniture concern. They have lots of good friends here who wish them mighty well. UNION CITY MARKET. Wheat, bu 1.25 Corn, bu. .Go Oats, bu 40 Hay, ton '. .$12 to $14 Ducks . .15 Hens T .15 Spring chicks .18 Eggs, doz .15 Geese . .13 Roosters .... .06 Hogs 10 Beef cattle . 3 to 7 Lambs . .06 Sheep .03 Catarrhs! Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. Thers Is only on way to cure Catarrhal Deafness, and that Is by a constitutional remedy. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE acta through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Catarrhal Deafness ! caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous ltnlnr of the Eustachian Tube. When thla tube la Inflamed you have a rumbling; sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It is entirely closed. Deafness is the result. -Unless the Inflammation can be re duced and this tube restored to Its nor mal condition, hearing; may be destroyed forever. Many cases of Deafness are caused by Catarrh, which la an Inflamed condition of the Mucous Surfaces. ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for any case of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot be cured by HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE!. All Druggists 75c. Circulars free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. Nashville, Chattanooga & Saint Louis Railway Co-Operative MarketingService NOTICE. The Union City Canning Co. will run their factory Tuesday, Aug. 9, and Friday, Aug. 12. Will can corn and beans for the public both days, provided the corn and beans are de livered before 10 o'clock the morn ings of Aug. 9 and Aug. 12. Subscriptions taken for all mag aaines. Mrs. C. L. Ridings, Phone 603. 37-4t The Marketing Division of the Traffic Department of the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railroad and associated lines will furnish to persons desiring to purchase the names and addresses of the owners of the following : FOR SALE One 5-year-old Jersey Bull; Ear Corn, in shuck, car lots; 100 bar rels corn; Second Hand: Edison Phonograph, Smith Premier Typewriter and 100-ton Silo; 3 jacks; scrap brass Junk; red cedar posts; Brown Leghorn eggs and chicks; White Minorca cockerels. To producers will be furnished on application the names and addresses of persons by whom the following commodities are WANTED Barley;, 30 small steers; 6 grade or registered Holstein heifers; one registered Jersey Bull; Crimson clover seed; Milling and Shelled corn; Hay, all kinds; Second-hand Mower; Second-hand De Laval Sep arator; Sorghum mill, one-horse, Hay baler, one-horse; Two sharo crop pers; Abruzzi Rye Seed; 50 or 100 light hogs; second-hand stock scales; second-hand buggy and horse. i j : 1 : i i . Breeders of live stock and producers of field, garden and orchard pro ducts for sale, except such as reach the market through established and logical channels, are invited to communicate to the undersigned complete descriptions, quantities and other necessary information of such com modities. Instructive literature on alfalfa growing, silos, lime in agriculture, peanut and soya lean oil manufacture will be mailed to any address upon request. Address I. P. BELLAS, General Agent, Nashville, Tennessee. Ch 0 til mev siccew wlis 1 Read this letter r It is a reproduction of Mr. Edison's Letter to . Rachmaninoff, the famous Russian composer-pianist. Will any talking-machine company dare to let Rachmaninoff record his "Prelude in C Sharp Minor" and other famous compositions, which he has recorded for Edison? We fear that no talking machine manufacturer will permit this deadly par allel. However, you do not have to wait. Rachman inoff has recorded other selections for talking-machines. You can draw your own parallels. in-- ' , a cofc..Ll In te v'I.a for " W110 r e very others. reemeo lu4, 6 t riifttf. loos LKMr "t ou ar4 VXw rCt iort3. ' u- 3J5 33C8C.ll;W Hear Rachmaninoff on the New Edison 'Come, to our store and hear Rachmaninoff exactly as he plays; then listen to him as he sounds on a talking-machine. The New Edison is not a talking-machine. It is so much different from all talking-machines that Mr. Edison has offered $10,000 in prizes for phrases, which will best emphasize this difference. Ask for folder giving full particulars. If you do not own a New Edison, ask us to lend you one , for three days free trial. Act quickly, as the contest closes September 2nd. Fill out the coupon and mail or bring it to us. 3 Day Trial Coupon CHAS. DIETZEL, Jeweler UNION CITY, TENN. TMs mpM wfcaa filial atrt kr a ra. tauibl. pMLtidM Urn far bar) to H loan of a Naw Ediwa a4 a a, lac baa al REREATlONSlar S Jin a aaucaoam.