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For the next 30 days every person ordering
a suit of clothes, payingjfull cash withj or
der, will be given absolutely free an-Jextra
PAIR OF TROUSERS of the same material.
Never before in the History of tailoring did such an
opportunity knock at your door. Think it over.
' An extra pair of Trousers will make your suit last
as long again.)
Overk600 styles -to select from.
Prices to suit every one.
Make your selection now. Suit and extra Trousers
will be delivereb when you want them we have
arranged for that. Come in, it will cost you noth- (
ing to investigate.
I can make5, 10 and 20 year loans for the
Prudential Insurance Company at the lowest
rate of interest charged by any Insurance Com
pany now doing a loan business in Obion
Expense Exceedingly Reasonable. t
10 Day Excursion to
St. Louis, Mo.
Via M. (Q. 6. R. R.
Going on all regular and special trains due to arrive St Louis
Returning: Leaving St. Louis any day up to and including
SEPTEMBER 13. 1921.
Trenton, Tcnn., $7.00
Humboldt, Term., 7.00
Fruitland, Tenn., 7.00
Dyer. Tenn., $7.00
Rutherford, Tenn., 7.00
Correspouding reduced fares from other points. Make this your vacation trip.
Go, take your entire family. It will be an educational trip as well aa a pleasure
trip. The cost small and the benefits large. . -
Tickets will be honored in sleeping cars 6u payment of sleeping car charges.
For tickets and time departure of trains apply to M. & 0. Ticket Agent.
The One Big Event
Nashville, September 19-24. .
Special Low Rotmd jrip Fares Over N. C. & St. L Ry.
Tickets on sale daily Sept 18-23 inclusive and for trains
sceduled to reach Nashville not later than 2 p. m. Sept 24.
Return limit Sept. 26, 1921. '
W. W. LOVELACE, Agt, Union City.
Marshall & Baird. Union City. Tenn.
Entered at the post office. Union "City. Tenn
see. a second-class nmil mutter.
Democratic Ticket
For Sheriff J. W.'(Watt) Cherry
For Trustee Armour Ratliff
For County Court Clerk R. H. Bond
For Circuit Court Clerk J. N. Ruddle
For Register W. J. Edwards. Jr.
Mr. Jas. Brice, Jr., former Bales
man with Shatz & Byer, is now with
the Alligator Raincoat Co., of St.
Louis, beginning work as traveling
Attend the matinee "Inside the
Cup." Only one, promptly 2:30.
Mrjj. B. F. Loring Ips returned
from a week's vipit with relatives and
friends at her old home, Murfrees
boro, Tenn-
When you want fish call phone
185, We will deliver them to you.
Attorney. C. N. Lannom went to
Paducah yesterday for a short bus
iness trip.
Death of Mrs. Eobt. L. Cloys,
Mrs. Maggie Cloys, wife of Robert
L. Cloys, died at her home in Union
City Monday morning, August 2'J
1921, at 2 o'clock, after a Bhort ill
ness. Mrs. Cloys attended services
at the Methodist Church Sunday
evening and suffered a recurrence of
heart illness, which had for some
time given her trouble. She was
taken home and lived only a few
Mrs. Cloys was about forty-eight
years of age. She was a sister of Mrs,
Geo. Bufford, Mrs. Willie Hughes
Messrs. Sam and Seth Parkman, and
is survived also by her husband and
one child, her daughter, Mrs. R. E.
Wood, and her mother, Mrs. Park
Mrs. Cloys was a member of the
Methodist Church at Mount Zion
She and Mr. Cloys were very active
in Sunday school and church work
They were residents of Mount Zlon
vicinity for many years and located
in Union City a short time back.
Services were conducted at Mount
Zion, Revs. G. W. Evans and E. M
Mathis, in charge. Remains were
interred at Mount Zion Cemetery.
Death of Dr. H. P. Catron.
In Jail at Tiptonville.
W. H. Estes, who some months ago,
was checked up $1500 short in his
accounts as agent for the Singer Sew
ing Machine Co. at Ridgely, made his
escape and managed to elude the of
ficers until the past week. Mr. Dave
Dr. Rotert P. Catrop was born in
morning, August 29, 1921, at
o'clock, after an illness of general
decline for a year or more.
Dr .Robert Catron was born in
Sumner County, Tenn., in 1840. At
the age of ten he came with his par
ents, Col. Hugh Catron and wife, to
McClure, Division State Agent for Obion County and the family located
$3.00 Round Trip
Over N. C, & St. L.
Leave Union City on all regular trains Sept. 4th.
On all regular trains leaving Nashville Sept 7, 1921.
W. W. LOVELACE, Agt., N. C. & St. L. Ry.
Union City, Tenn.
The Commercial can do your printing.
Tennessee, took up the case and got
in touch with the State agent at Dal
las, Texas, and thru the latter lo
cated Estes at Chickasha, Okla. Sher
iff G.' C. Thomas wa3 notified and
Estes was held until Mr. Thomas
reached Chickasha and took charge
of the prisoner. Estes 13 now lan
guishing In the, Lake County Jail,
awaiting trial for embezzlement. An
other Job for the State prison.
Fox Hunt.
Wo are requested to announce that
tho Bon Aqua Hotel management will
have a two-days fox huntin Hick
man County, Tenn., and adjoining
cduntry, taking place September 2
and 3, and that silver trophies will
be awarded for the best hounds. It
is abo announced that the Fox News
picture service will be on hand for
the chase. Special train from Hick
man will take everybody at special
rates for round trip on Saturday,
September 3. A great occasion and
you should be there for the event.
Better buy your tickets at once for
"Inside the Cup." Some one is going
to be disappointed when tickets are
all sold.
I picked up a sorghum pail bargain
to-day and I ask that you let me di
vide my good luck with you. I have
enough to can all you have and
some to spare. They will be in my
store in a few days. . Don't make
your sorghum too early. Tho late
made is always better. -Will furnish
you best pail3 at $8.50 per hundred.
Come leave your order and you shall
have the pails. Don't forget the
price $8.50. -
in the locality now known as Houser
Valley, where Dr. Catron has con
tinued to reside.
Dr. Catron was a graduate of med
icine and for many years practiced
his profession. At the breaking out
of the Civil War Dr. Catron enlisted
and went out with the Obion Ava
lanche. He was a good soldier and
a good citizen. He was married to
Miss Lucy Capps and of the union
four children survive a3 follows: Miss
Phebe Catron, Mrs. J. T. Denning,
Richard Catron, and Hugh Catron.
There are also four sisters and a
brother Mrs. 'Buck Palmer, Mrs.
Geo. Joyner, Mrs. Hugh Compton,
Mrs. T. .L. Bransford and John Cat
Dr. Catron was a member of the
Cumberland Presbyterian Church. He
vas very strongly attached to the
teachings of the Holy Word end gave
much of his timo to the study of the
Scriptures. Dr. Catron lived quietly
at home and enjoyed his family de
votions. Ho was very pleasant in
his relations to the neighbors and
friends and was esteemed everywhere
as a man of honor and character. .
Funeral services were conducted
at Beech Church Tuesday Aborning,
by Rev. G. W. Purttlc, Dr. E. P. El
lison and W. B. Cunningham.
Interment was held at Beech Cemetery.
-666 cures Biliousness.
Relolutioni of Respect.
M. E. Church.
We are requested, to announcec
that Rev. R. A. Clark will preach at
the Methodisf Church in Union City,
next Sunday morning. This is the
Presiding Elder's fourth round and
everyone is invited to be present.
Burglars entered Hamilton's Cafe
Wednesday night and rifled the cash
drawer of $20 cash.
"Cold In the Head"
l aa aeut attack of Nasal Catarrh. Per
sons wno are suDjeci to irequeni - cow-.
In the head" will find that the use of
build tip the Syatem, cleanse the Blood
and render them less liable to cold.
Repeated attacks of Acute Catarrh may
lead to Chronic Catarrh. , .
en Internally and acta through the Blood
on the Mucoue uurracee 01 im omna.
All DruMMM TOC. iWimoiiHUB ireo.
lioo.OO for any case of catarrh that
F. cnener we to., loieao, um
The kins can do no wrong. If the
other fellow holds four aces.
We,' the undersigned committee of
the Presbyterian Sunday school,
beg to submit this resolution upon
the death of Miss Nannie Hamilton,
a member of this Sunday School and
a teacher in the primary department
for many years:
Miss Nannie Hamilton departed
this life on August 12, 1921, in a hos
pital in Memphis, Tennessee, after a
short illness. She was born and
reared in Union City, and lived here
all her life. She was a faithful, de
voted, member of the Southern Pres
byterian Church,, and a loyal and
faithful member of the Southern
Presbyterian Church, and a loyal and
faithful member of this Sunday
School and one of its most efficient
teachers: Her faithful and devoted
life to the cause of her church and
Sunday schol is worthy of emulation;
her unwavering faith in the Christ
that died on Calvary commends her
beautiful, consistent life to all mem
bers of this church, and. a beautiful
lesson to the world. Faith, integrity
and devotion to right was a part of
her very being.
Therefore', be it resolved by the
Presbyterian Sunday school of Union
City that we have lost one of our
faithful, efficient teachers and mem
bers; that we will endeavor to emu
late her noble and devoted life; that
we commend her life not only to this
church and school but to .11 men.
That we extend our sympathy to
the bereaved mother, brother and
lister and that we spread this reso-
ultion on the minutes of our Sun
day school in memory of her that we
all loved; and that the secretary of
this Sunday, school make and present
to the family a copy of this resolu
tion as a token of our love and es
teem for the departed one, and, our
sympathy to the bereaved family.
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Everything' Good to
Eat and .Drink
High Grade Candies, r
Cigars and Tobacco.
We handle the famous "GOODEST EVER"
Ice Cream none better.
Dahnke a Old Stand Telephone 109 -
An Ideal Home For Sale.
Terms to Suit Purchaser.
MY HOME, comer Division and Palmer Streets,
one and one-half squares from both Public and Training
Schools, lot 132x165. One and half story brick stucco house,
seven rooms, bath and pantry, nicest veranda in city, 10x40;
hardwood floors, modern conveniences throughout, brick stuc
co smokehouse, cook or wash room, dandy good barn, 3 stalls,
crib, gear room, loft will hold six tons hay. large shed room,'
chicken lot and house, coal and wood house. An ideal home
and up in very best condition. Ottered at a price that will sell.
Corner lot with plenty room for two other houses,
lots of shade and some fruit.
Home alone can't be builtjfor 50 per cent more than ask for
the whole. For quick sale, see 3
Telephone 477

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