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The Commercial, Union City, Tenn.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1921. V Notice to Buggy Owners. 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 Telephones: Cumberland 461 County 262 . . . Dr. C, E.Upchurch DENTIST Over Mrs, Arnn's Millinery Store Union City. : : : Tenn. THE NAILLInG HOSPITAL SEVENTH YEAH A Modern Surgical Institution. Competent Trained Nurses DR. W. A. NAILLING Chief Surgeon tLi'nion City, Tenn. Both Phone 41. We are again receiving -plenty of BON AIR Cumberland Block AND TRADEWATER CO At We are not handling any inferior grades to sell cheap. Bundle Kindling UNION CITY ICE and COAL CO. PHONE ISO Union City, Tennr TYPEWRITERS Cleaned and Repaired. Staf fords Superfine Ribbons Cumb. phone 317 S.E.BYRN SOUR STOMACH INDIGESTION tlerJfordV Black-Draught Highly Recommended by a Tennessee . Grocer for Troubles Re salting from Torpid Liver. East Nashville, Tenn. The efflo fency of Thedford's Black-Draught, the genuine, herb, liver medicine, la touched for by Mr. W. N. Parsons, a grocer of this city. "It la without doubt the best liver medicine, and, I flon't believe I could get along without it. I take it for sour stomach, head ache, bad liver, indigestion, and all jther troubles that are the result of torpid liver. . "I have known and used, it for years, fend can and do highly recommend It to every one. I won't go to bed with But It Is the house. It win do all It claims to do. I can't say enough foe It- ' - Many other men and women through out the country have found Black Draught just as Mr Parsons describes valuable In regulating the liver to Its normal functions, and in cleansing the bowels of Impurities. Thedford's Black-Draught liver med dm Is the original and only genuine. jsYeoept bo Imitations or substitutes, t Always ask for Thedford's. &sj SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. 666 cures Dengue Fever. TO PLEASE ONE WOMAN. Mr. John Wheeler, of Nashville, is in the city this week. Barbecue and Ice cream pupper at Whipple's woodslot to-night. Miss Ruth Crenshaw Is in the city enjoying a visit home for a few days. Miss Esther Parker, cf Whiteville, Tenn., is the house guest of Miss Kathleen Arnold. Barbecue and ice cream supper at Whipple's woodslot to-night. Mrs. J. J. Melvln. of Nashville, is in Union City this week visiting rel atives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McRee went to Trenton Wednesday for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. M. DeBow. .What would ycu do To Please One Wpman? Mrs. W R. Manley and Miss Hazel Manley left this week for Bon Aqua Springs for a visit of several days. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kelly and chil dren and Miss Evelyn Aran went to. Paducah Sunday for a few days visit. Mrs. H. E. Muensch, Misses Fannie Belle Myers and Lorine Morgan and Mr. Joe Hamilton were visitors in Hickman Monday. To Please One, Woman" will please everybody. Monday, 'August 22, Playhouse. Mr and Mrs. A. L. Garth and sons, Campbell and Albert Lea, left Wed nesday for St. Louis for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johnson, to enjoy a ten-day vacation. - . Mr. Carl Wlngo, of Martin, is in the city this week. He takes the place of salesman in the P. Hyman store and is one of the strongest men in the mercantile lines. Irvin Cobb wrote "The Life, of the Party" and.Roscoe ArtmcKie is the star. . Mr. and Mrs. Geo. D. Eader, of Sherman, Texas, are witn Mr. ana Mrs. H. O. Head. Jr., at The Beeches, enjdytag a visit to the many friends in Union City and vicinity. ONE THOUSAND loaves of that best of all "Holsum" Rye, Gra ham and Cream Bread and Besta Cakes. With each loaf I sell ,1 pre sent one to you free on Saturday, Aug. 20 10c at wooeiey s. - Miss Lorine Morgan entertained with a theatre party at Fulton Thurs day nfght complimenting her house guests, Mrs. H. E. Muensch . and Miss Fannie Belle Myers, of Nash ville. ' Judge H. O. Head, of Sherman, Texas,' and Dr. Head, of Gallatin, Tenn., his guest at The BeecheB, went to Beelfoot Lake Tuesday for a view of the famous State fish and game reservation. "East Lyan," cno. of the sweet est pictures, ever mode; coming real soon. At Jimmie'3 Playnouse, wun special singer from St. Louis. Mr. Joe Hamilton very delightful ly entertained with a dinner Tuesday at Hotel Lake View at the lake for Mrs. H. E. Muensch and Miss Fannie Belle Myers, the guests of Miss Lo rine Morgan, Saturday, Aug. 20, will be bread day at Woosley's. I mean BREAD DAY. and Mrs. T. R. Boxley and daughter, Miss Dixie, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Z. W. Corum in Union City, have returned home Mrs. Box ley to Jackson and Miss Boxley to Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Riggins, Nash ville, have announced the arrival of baby boy in their home. Mrs. Rig- gi ns is pleasantly remembered be Miss Pearl Hudgins and Union City friends extend congratulation. Mr. Chas. Bramham, who was in law school last winter in Memphis, was here last week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Jackson and th relatives and friends at Woodland Mills. Mr. of Bramham is in Mississippi this week enj Joying his vacation. The new American Express Co. of fices on First street have been remod eled and improved and Mr. Council takes pleasure in offering the public better accomodations and more in viting Quarters in which to transact business with the express company. Mrs. H. E. Muensch and Miss Fan nie Belle Myers, the attractive house guests of Miss Lorine Morgan, were Mrs. way honoree of a picnic supper given by Mr. .0. P. Moody, at his farm west The of town' last Friday.- Those enjoying Mr. Moody's hospitality were Mr. and Mrs. -W. F.' Tate, Mrs. Muensch, Misses flyers and Morgan, Mr. Joe Hamilton, Mr.. Briggs Hunter, of Centreville. , and 2 M times as funny as any of his previous pictures. "Fatty" Arbuckle in The Life of the Party." -Whpn tlier-A !h hnrd 'wnrlr tn An in hot weather Prickly Ash Bitters proves its worth as a stomach, liver I fy and bowel nurifler. Men who use it I stand the heat bettor and are lew Good goods reasonable, fatigued at night. Prico $1.25 per bottle. Sold by all dealers. imouu. . Mr. Eugene Scott, of Martin, was a visitor in town this week. Miss-Mary Turner, of Memphis, is in the city visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kirkland. Miss Elizabeth Niles is visiting rel atives and friends at Dawson Springs, Ky., this week. Miss Katherine Richards is en eaeed in 6chool work as teacher at Maury City, Tenn. Mr. G. A. Nagle, of Paducah, was a visitor in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Saunders last week. Mr. Clay Faircloth, of New Or leans, was here last week visiting his sister, Mrs. Henry Hassler. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stovall, of Memphis, have the pleasure of an nounclng the birth of a fine son. Mr. Turner Frizzell is very sick this week at home on Lilac and Mat thews streets. He is suffering with ieVer Mm. Herbert Heathman, of New nrianna will be here this week to Vwwf - visit her mother, Mrs. Jao. N. Bram ham. Mr .and Mrs. Ross, of Jackson were in the city this week visiting now and Mrs. S. A. Baker, Secona street. vr and Mrs. A. F. Monrotus, of Parkadsle. Ark.i are in the city for a few weeks visit with relatives and friends. Little Lucile Crenshaw, of Padu cah, Ky.. is spending a month with Louise Posey, the popular uttie en tertainer. Little Mary Lillian Harpole.daugh- ter of the mail carrier, Mr. Hunter Harpole, is improving after a few days ilness. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jenkins and children have returned to Memphis. Mr. G. W. Phebus, Jr., Is on a bus iness trip to Alabama. , ..... Mrs. Edward E. Cassing and lit tle son:, Edward, Jr., and Mrs. i,on Wallam. of Chicago, were here, visit ing Mr. and Mrs. J. G, Saunders. C. F. Sheeley, of Dickson, was in the city thhTweek en route to Mem phis. Mr. Sheeley will return to Un ion City for his work , in the City High School. Mrs. Bonner Posey has returned from Paducah, Ky. - She has been at the bedside of her sister, Mrs, J. C. Crenshaw, whom she reports to be slowly improving. A. E. Kirkland carries the best in Gents Furnishings reasonable. Mrs. W. M. Nailling, who has been very sick for two weeks, left yester day for Nashville for special medical attention and treatment, accom panied by Mr. Nailling. Mr. and Mrs. C. U. Moore and lit tle daughter, of Macon,' Miss., are in the vity visiting Mrs. Wm. Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Pruett are en tertaining a fine baby boy at their house. , Mr. J. C. Isbell and family are moving in this week to the (former Cato Davis home, recently purchased by Mr. Isbell, and the. Union City people will be mighty glad to wel come them. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dietzel, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Whipple and Dr. Mrs. T. E. Marshall entertained al fresco a" party of some seventy-five friends -with barbecue at Whipple's woodslot Wednesday afternoon. Trv A. E. Kirkland just one time and see that he carries good goods reasonable. -. 4 A young son of Mr.- and Mrs. Finis Bradley, living at Wodland Mills, was seriously injured early yesterday morning near his home. "He was run down by a truck which passed over the stomach. Latest reports say the little fellow is not seriously injured and will recover. ; , , -- Mr. E. B. Knight, representing one the advertising corporations or In dianapolis, Ind. ,was a visttor in Un ion City this week, traveling over land in a touring car on his way to Humboldt to visit hia fiancee, Miss Mildred Orlean Dodson. Later Mr. Knight and Miss Dodson visited Un ion City, the latter being enroute to Nashville. We regret Mr. Knight's misfortune in accidentally colliding with a buggy before arriving in Un ion Citv.- The parties in the buggy were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jonakin and - Brown. They were on their to Jacksonville for the election. buggy overturned and Mrs. Brown fell out. fracturing the bones of the left arm above the wrist and bruising the hip and shoulder. Mr. Knight and Mr. Jonakin promptly rendered all the assistance possible Mrs! Brown was taken home and after a reasonable length of time was resting comparatively" easy. We understand that she is improving. A. E. Kirkland will not car- cheap goods m quality, . . i our DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ELECTION, HELD AUG. 6, 1921 Co'nty Circuit Trustee Sheriff Court Court Register Clerk Clerk - b f a s -3 -2 is u -3 T3 Q. i- i; s o ss g 3 I ! f s ! -s b Districts aud Precincts . . . W -S3 P W w m 53 -fc " S i .1 r -; as 4 .- a a ad . 1 Jacksonville 70 62 74 58 104 82 19 102 "lO 9 & 2 Woodland Mills. 85 75 121 37 133 113 8 90 6 52 2 3 Clayton 69 124 79 120 157 140 47 78 1 18 26 27 3 Crystal 40 71 73 36 75 70 20 49 26 13 1 4 Rives 60 114 129 43 153 143 72 56 14 37 5 Hornbeak 29 168 172 29 160 157 68 44 1 18 82 2 5 Saruburg-.. 12 51 47 30 20 14 24 19 - 24 9 1 5 Guelph .. 5 15 23 1 20 20 1 3 14 6 6 Troy ..- 342 92 841 95 265 223 4 81 20 840 7 6 Polk 15 60 56 7 58 52 1 25 2 36 2 7 Sunnyside 18 89 54 4 47 44 10 42 .2 2 2 7 Crittenden's Grove 50 74 72 45 114 111 82 26 1 1 13 2 7 Penn's .X. 10 81 89 1 76 69 62 9 1 2 3 13 8 Kenton 69 85 48 109 61 57 11 10 17 9 Cunningham 10 82 79 11 87 74 53 11 18 5 9 9 Elbridge . 40 83 43 35 64 51 12 27 4 18 23 9 Minnick 24 16 11 28 39 35 8 16 1 2 12 1 - 10 Caldwell's 72 56 96 28 89 76 12 85 5 20 S 11 Mason Hall - 54 59 72 29 90 92 12 23 11 6 6S 12 Talley's Mill 70 123 114 85 99 80 31 44 1 73 38 12 13 Union City 419 684 9001192 957 886 404 551 2 10 139 9 - 14 Glass 58 50 44 70 100 87 4 52 14 86 8 3 15 Obion 40 100 108 46 117 102 52 - 5 94 14 1 16 South Fulton.... 85 168 164 111 177 162 54 37 8 15 69 118- 16 Pierce Station 23 9 13 30 28 29 1 5 6.4 81 16 McConnell 35 6 4 88 86 37 19 14 1 7 4 2 Totals 1804 2487 3026 1318 1089 1598 86 463 980 331 Greatest sport you know to pull out your makin's papers and some Prince Albert and roll up a ciga rette! 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