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1 i ; i 1 M. I U i F 1 . v i" f . I -J n a f i i hi i i " $ f . Hi ' Farm Insurance Jno. T. Walker Co. PHONE 118. UNION CITY, TENN. THE LIONS CLUB AT YELLOWSTONE PARK CLASSIFIED ADS WANTED To exchange good pho nograph machine in good condition for piano. REECE ALEXANDER. 24-4t FOR SALE If you want to buy a home in Union City I hare four. I can please you. R. L. Cumminga. 20-tf Tie Commercial, Union City, Tenn. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1921. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Want toTrade? " Hare you a house and lot or va- cant lot to swap for a good touring car and the difference. See Frank Oliver at Ford Garage. 24-4t WANTED A good milk cow with second or third calf not over one or two. months old. Cow must give three gallons. "v R. A. CLARK. 24-lt FOR SALE Coal yard office and yard lease, together with delivery wagons,, office furniture, etc. For particulars apply to C. W. Miles, Jr., Fanners Exchange Bank. . 24-tf FOR SALE Five-room cottage, all conveniences, close in, large garden, garage, barn and good place, priced right for quick sale. G. B. JONES, 23-tf Hickman, Ky. HOUSE AND LOT FOE SALE. Nice five-room house, water and lights, nice yard, garden and lot, good oubuildings, near Public School on Cheatham street.. Apply to Z. W. Corum. , 23-2t WANTED To rent or share crop a farm of 50 to 75 acres. Have stock and tools to operate the place. Can furnish references. ' 2l-4tpd T. C. COUNCIL, Union City, R.F.D. 7. FOR SALE Nice 6-room dwelling house, all conveniences; located on College street. One brick store and fixtures, Home and College streets. If interested it will pay you to look. 19-tf E. P. WRIGHT. Hickman, Ky., Phone "305. Buy a Home. I have for sale a fine little home of 12 rich acres 3 -room house, . barn, wagon shed, chicken house, smoke house, pipe well, under good fence, on proposed highway leading from Union City to Martin, a darkly home for some one for $1,500, one-third cash, balance 1 and 2, years. Frank Oliver at Ford Garage. 24-2t WANTED. You to 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, ion City Ice & Coal Co. Mrs. Byer, of Dyersburg, was Wednesday visitor. Miss Pearl White has returned from a visit to Memphis. Roller-screened nut coal at Un Miss Mamie Thompson, of Nash ville, was a Monday visitor. L. B. Taylor, of Nashville, was s visitor Saturday and Sun.i7. 666 cures Dengue Fever. Mrs. Jas. Blanton, of Troy, was a visitor Wednesday in the city. J. L. Haguewood, of Rutherford, was a business visitor this week. 666 cures Chills and Fever. . Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Bennett, of Troy, were in the city Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Thompson, of Mason - Hall, were in the city Mon day. "Why Change Your Wife." Mrs. R. L. Andrews and daughter, Virginia, of Polk, were Saturday vis itors. Miss Ruth Watts is visiting her sister, Mrs. Dautray, in Bowling Green, Ky. "Why Change Your Wife." Mrs. Dr. Callicott and Miss Jessie Callioott, of RivdS, were in the city Wednesday. "Why Change Your Wife." Miss Nelle Bondurant, of Hickman, is here visiting her cister, Mrs. J. R. C-nningham. "Why Change Your Wife." 6-tf Union City, Tenn. E. W.Youngblootf.D.V.M. GRADUATE VETERINARIAN Office: Recce Alexander'! Garage Both phones:- Office 192, Residence 312, Dr. W. J. Jones DENTIST Union City, Tenn. 107 Church St. Cumb. Phone 214-J Telephones: j Cumberland 461 County 262 ... Dr. C. E. Upchurch DENTIST Over Mn. Aran' Millinery Store Union tity, : : : l enn. THE MILLING HOSPITAL SEVENTH YBAR .' A Modern Surgical Institution. , Competent Trained Nurse DR. W. A. NAILLING Chief Surgeon Union City, Tenn.' Both Phone 41. ' i J ' .i sWf TIGE AND TIGE SAY: PRICES OF HARDWARE HAVE DECLINED AT WEHMAN'S. The best is the cheapest in coal. Call 150. Dr. 'and Mrs. atimer were in Trimble last week visiting Mrs. Lat imer's father. "Male and Female," r, big pic ture, a clean picture, coming soon. A. K. Wells, Esq., of Nashville, and Dr. J. J. Wells, of Glass, were in the city this week. When you want fish call phone 185. We will deliver them to you. Miss Lawrence, of Texas, is visit ing in the nome of her aunt, Mrs. Saml. D. Woosley. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hurt, of Kenton, rero in the city this week visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Fry. Go to Cprum's Cafe for Bread ana cakes Baked Daily. , Miss Irene Bogle, of Kenton, was a visitor this week with Miss Juna Reynolds, College street. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Meadow were in Nashville this week visiting their son, Mr. Ge( rge Meadow. "Why Change Your Wife." Mrs. Jennie Leo Taylor, of Long view, Texas, is to be here for a few weeks visit with relatives. Miss Willa Whitson left this week for Oxford, Ohio, to resume ter work as teacher in Western Ccllege. ''a Wise Fool" a big Paramount Picture. ' Mrs. J. A. Whipple and Miss Willie Belle Mayes visited relatives and friends this week in Nashville. Mr. Thad Leo is in Birmingham visiting his brother, Mr. Harry Lee, and wife, and enjoying vacation. -"A Wise Fool," a George Mel- ford Production. O. W. Johnson, of Water Valley, Miss., was a soc'al visitor this week in Union City on South Ury street. Mr. J.J, Raney and Miss Jessie McClain, ?f Cottage Grove, Tenn., wore here this week on a aotor trip, "A Wise Fool" a great story! A fine picture! It's a Paramount. J. G. Smith was a visitor this week at Polk enjoying a few days hunt with his kinsman,"Bates Ander son. Old Father Stork visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. L.-R. Flowers Wed nesday noon and left a bouncing' ba by boy. ' Car syrup pails just arrived--8.50 hundred. Woosley's. Mr. Herbert Tisdale has returned from a successful trip as traveling salesman s for the Childs Specialty House. Story of "A Wise Fool" one of great appeal. ' Mrs. J. T. Burnett and daughter, Mis3 Marian, of Tiptonville, were in tho city this week visiting relatives uud friends. Horseshoeing at Martin Schmidt's reduced to $1.75 old shoes $1.00. Your patronage appreciated. After a long fast the roaring Lions feasted on the fat of the land Tuesday Tuesday afternoon. At 4 o'clock the Lions made their way to the now famous Yellowstone Park and enjoyed the lair of that most hospitable of all Lions, Mr. Wilford Farris. The surprise of the day was sprung by the Lioness and jungle sisters in the form of everything possible that is good to eat. Dr. W. M. Turner, president of the club, presided and introduced Kev.R. A Clark, who said that be was ' too full for utterance." He talked of thereat meaning of Lionism, but due to the fact that he ha ueatem too much cut his re marks short. Dr. H. M. Oliver was introduced as the "tail twister" of the club and proceeded to do his work. He told of the past work of the club and hoped for great things this fall. He thought that the fellow who loafed in a silk shirt on one corner and talked about high taxes, and then walked to the next corner and fussed about the poor streets, or sat over in the park and whittled on the benches and knocked the city government, should be put to work building streets. He deplored the fact that Union City is a town where the work of the community is done largely by women. The Lions Club will be in the fu ture foster the diversification of crops and the growing and marketing of small crops. Dr. F. M. McRee in a short talk on his recent trip abroad compared our condition to that of foreign countries, and stated that it all made him love Tennessee more. The large number of lovera of Yellowstone Park will be glad to know that Mr. Farris, ever anxious to make improvements in every way, is building a rustic clubhouse so that rain'or shine Yellowstone Park will always give entertainment. ' All members of the Lions Club are urged to be present at the regular noon day luncheon next Tuesday. Let's start right and if possible find the medicine that Union City has needed for some time. f While the Prices J AKL KlGfll We are presenting the best Clothes made, such as Hart Schaffner & Marx and Michaels Stern. SUITS AND OVERCOATS AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE. We are Showing the Most Complete Line of STETSON HATS and ' Sure-fit CAPS and , Gents Furnishings Ever shown in Union City Don't Forget That we Carry a Complete Line of REGAL SHOES To fit all Feet and Pocket Books J. C. McAmls, of Jackson, was here this week with Mrs. McAmis, who lias been visitins relatives and friends for several weeks. "East Lynn" modernized into a wonderful nlcture; One of the sweet est pictures you eversaw. Mrs. Edwin Rodgers and, son, of Covington, are here this veek visit ing Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rodgers on Church street. 666 cures a Cold quickly. Mrs. Will Ed Shelton, of Mayfield, was here this week vlsitlngher moth-t er, Mrs. Jake Caldwell, in the vicin ity west of the city. ' Rub-My-Tlsm kills infection. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. T. Hall and little son, of Martin, were in the city this week visiting Mrs. Georgo and Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Bramham. Chas. Ray and Harold Lloyd at Jimmie's Playhouse Saturday, Sept. 10. See this, it's great. Miss Volla Rudolph, Misses Von elle, Alma Ray and Inez Burch, who were here this week visiting Miss Flavella Wooeley, have returned to Paris. Chas. Ray and Harold Lloyd at Jimmie's Playhouse Saturday, Sept, 10. See this,, it's great. Mrs. D. A. Peeler went to Jackson this week to join Mrs. G. W. Court ney on a touring car trip to Arkan- cas to visit Mrs. Peeler's si.Uer, Mrs, Jones. - Chas. Ray and Harold Lloyd at Jimmie's Playhouse Saturday, Sept. 10. See this, it's great. Mrs. Lydwell Garner and daugh ter have returned to Little Rock, Ark. .after a visit of- several weeks in Union City with Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Reynolds. Car syrup pails Just arrived $8.50 hundred. Woosley's. Mrs. Emmett Conner and baby, of Ashport, Tenn., and Mrs. Lee Win chester and baby, of Memphis, are in the city this week visiting their sis ter, Mrs. H. C. Stanfield, East Main street. "A Wise Fool," adapted by Sir Gil bert Parker from the novel, "The Money Master. Eev. W. H. Chandler, of Wheaton, 111., will preach at the Christian and! Missionary Alliance Chapel Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of next week. Services at 3 o'clock in the afternoon and 8 o'clock in tba, evening. All are cordially invited to attend. E., B. Mayo, of Nashville, is in the cityt, this week operating tho Linotype machine for the News-Banner. Mr. Mayo has recently , been "occted in Washington City. He was formerly with the Nashville Banner and was here f ora f cw, months with The Com niorclal. , , . , Mr. Thos. Feuner Heathcock. son o Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Heathcock, th: city, was a-toitted Jto th bar of Obion County to the practice of law. Mr., Heathcock i a graduate of Van- uerbilt University and a young man of fine attainments and personal ad dress. Tho Union City bar will give him, a kind hand. Just received our fall line of Hand Bags, Suit Cases and Wardrobe Trunks. KgOur motto: Your money's worth or your money bak.gJlUr Shialz . Byer The only exclusive Men and Boy's Furnishers in Union City MORE FOR CASH The many friends of Mrs. F. W, Pardue and family are indeed glad to know that Mrs. Pardue, who has been seriously ill for many weeks, is improving rapidly. Mrs. Pardue is so much better that her sons have returned to work J. W. Pardue to Memphis and W. P. Pardue to Birmingham. Horseshoeing at Martin Schmidt's reduced to $1.75 old shoes $1.00. Your patronage appreciated. Two small boys stood looking Into a window containing an exhibit of the Tuberculosis Society. There were two glass jars, one labeled, "This lung diseased," the other, "This lung was diseased but it was cured." "Aint it funny," said one of them, "if the man was cured, how they got his lung in that Jar?" If silk hats are on the way back, as they tell un, we do hope that Con gress will provide a nuisance tax for every one of them that is made whether sold or not. Nashville Banner. Mr. Bryan should be eminently pleased, with the way he was treated when, arrested in Illinois for speed ing. They couldn't have done more for Jack Dempsey. Nashville Ban ner. ' , ' Plunging in Authorship. Can't you lend me a ten spot, old man?" remarked Black, who Lad chanced to meet White at tne corner. "I'm dead broke. Been writing sto ries for the magazines and haven't made a cent.!" "What became of that $5,000 your uncle left you?" "I used that up for postage." Wayside Talcs. , To W. H. Newberry and C. T. bondurant. Explained. "What're ye comln home with your milk pail empty for?" demand ed the farmer. "Didn't the old cow give anything?" "Yes," replied the chore boy, "nine quarts and one kick." Just like the vein injection theory. As we understand the efforts to purify modern dances, the half-Nel son and scissors holds are to be barred. Mr. Newrich (examining a curio) "Two thousand years old? You can't kid me! Why, it's only 1921 now!" True Hospitality. "Order in the court room!" bel lowed the Judge sternly, pounding with his gavel. "Thash right, judge, and then snee what the boya in the back room will have too," genially came back the de fendant who hadn't taken Volstead seriously American Legion Weekly, Baptist Church. ' A. R. McGEHEE, Pastor. Sunday school, 9:30 a.m. Morning worship, 11:00 a.m. Evening worship, 8:00 p.m. , B. Y. P. U.,' 7:00 p.m. , Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7530 p.m. Morning subject, "The Inner Cir cle." ' Evening subject, "Taking God at His Word." The public is mist cordially in vlted to all the services of this church. Good music at every serv ice. You may think all com flakes are alike until you taste Post Toasties -best corn flakes Then yoa'U understand why the flavor, crispnew and. texture nuke "Port Toasties" the superior hind. E. Rogers vs. Reelfoot Ranger Oil Co. et als. Chancery Court Obion County, Tennessee. In the above styled cause it ap pearing to the Clerk and Master from the bill of complaint, which is sworn to, that the defend ants, W. H. Newberry and C. T. Bondurant, are non-residents of the State of Tennessee so that ordinary process of law can not be served upon them . It is there-, fore hereby ordered that the said above named defendants appear be fore the Clerk and Master of tho Chancery court of Obion County, Tennessee, on or before the First Monday of October, 1921, that being the first day of said Chancery Court, and make defense to the said bill, or the same will be taken as confessed by them and the said cause set for hearing ex-parte as to them. It is further ordered that publication of this notice bo made for four consec utive weeks In The Commercial, a. weekly newspaper published in Obion County, Tenn. ' 24-4t This Sept. 7, 1921. GEO. A. GIBBS, ' Clerk and Master. By Nelle F. Marshall, D. C. & M. C. N. & H. H. Lannom, Sol. for Complt. ' TO H. H, STEPHENS. Mrs. La Nelle Stephens vs. H. H. Stephens. Chancery Court, Obion- County, Tennessee. In the above styled cause it appear ing to the Clerk and Master, from the bill of complaint, which Is sworn to, that the defendant, H. H. Steph ens, is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee, so that the ordinary proc ess of law cannot be served upon him, It ia therefore hereby ordered that the said above named defendant appear before the Clerk and Mas ter of the Chancery Court of Obi on County, TennesjwMj, on or be fore the Se ' "aday of October, 1921. that utting the second Monday of the said Chancery Court, and make defense vto the said bill, or the same will be taken a3 confessed by him, and the said cause set for hearing ex-parte as to him. It is further or dered that publication of this notice be made for four consecutive weeks in The -Commercial, a weekly news paper published in Obion County, Tenn. 24-4d This Sept. 8, 1921. GEO. A. GIBBS, Clerk and Master. By Nelle F. Marshall, D. C. & M. Pierce &? Fry, Sol. for Complt And now they're calling them desk stockings the roll top kind. you know. 1 The little Job, the' petty job That ycu and I must do. Tho dull and humdrum drudgery wnicn ciany wo go througa. TLere, isn't any fun to it, not any thrill or throb: And yet the world Js made to rc?ve By Just that kind of Job. ! t.