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- - - The Commercial, TJnioH City, Tenn. iHsH J N 11 Ifu FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1921. and full line of SUPPLIES AT Cobb's Corner Drug Store The State School Book Deposit. To State Fair Visitors A Hearty Welcome To all who visit Nashville during State Fair Week, Sept. 1 9 to 24, Lebeck's extends a hearty welcome, and invites you to take full advantage of the facilities this modern store affords. For nearly a half century, Lebeck's has been known throughout the Central South as a store of trustworthy mer chandise, fair pricings and honest, straightforward business methods. We now have complete stocks of new fall merchandise, reliable of quality and reasonable of price. , Make this vour store durine Fair Week. See its wonder ful displays of new fall merchandise. Use its women's resi room facilities and check your packages free at the transfer desk, main floor. Mail orders are filled promptly, the majority go ing out on first trains after order is received. Try this service when you cannot conveniently visit the store. Mr. Ira B. Marshall, of Elbridge, was here this week on his way for a Tisit to Nashville. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Mrs. J. W. Woosley la visiting her son, Mr. Chas. Kistner, and family at Bismarck, Mo. Mr. Herman Dietzel was very sick last week, but we understand is con siderably improved. Rub-My-Tism kills pain. W. J. Cox, of the Howell Grain & Feed Co., is enjoying a vacation visit to his mother, Mrs. L. C. Cox, and relatives in St. Louis. -666 cures a Cold quickly. Miss Estelle White writes that she has a fine school at Loveland, Colo., a short distance from Longmont. The enrollment is something like forty or fifty pupils, and Miss White is highly pleased with the prospects. Mr. Clarence Clay and Miss Ruth Caldwell are in Nashville this week for a visit. Mrs. John Sexton and little daugh ters, of Hickman, were over Friday shopping. Miss Delia B. Tucker and Miss Florence Nichols, of Washington, D. C, are here for a vacation visit- to relatives and friends. Miss Tucker is visiting the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Tucker. The best is the cheapest in coal. Call 160. Rub-My-Tism kills infection. Rev. J. W. Wilbanks, formerly a citizen of Troy, now of Hutto, Texas, was here this week mingling with old-time friends. Rev. Wilbanks is now pastor of the Presbyterian Church, U. S. A., of Hutto. Mr. Will Cloys, of Memphis, was here this week visiting his kinsfolk and friends in Union City and com munity. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Mersman, St. Regis Apartments, and Miss Cather ine Corliss, of St. Louis, were here this week visiting Mrs. Mersman's and Miss Corliss' grandmother, Mrs. C. E.Trevathan,. and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Rippy, who have been enjoying a visit to rela tives and friends in Union City, have returned to Washington, D. C. Mr. Rippy is senior clerk for Senator Shields and has been with the Sen ator for several years., Subscriptions taken for all mag azines. Mrs. C. L. Ridings, Phone 503. 37-4t 666 cures Biliousness. Mary Our mail order magazine "Lebeck's Monthly" is mailed free to those requesting it. Contains the latest store news and interesting reading of a general nature. A card with your address will bring it. Sent only on re quest " Lebeck Bros. 518-24 Church St. Nashville, Tenn. FREE! FREE! FREE! For the next 30 days every person ordering a suit of clothes, payingfull cash with or der, will be given absolutely free an extra PAIR OP 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 jrpur . suit last as long again. - ' v. Over 600 styles to select froln. ' 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 o investigate. S. SUTHERLAND, Tailor IFARTM LOANS I can make"5, 1 0 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 County. v . Expense Exceedingly Reasonable. GEO. A. GIBBS Miss Florence Nichols, who is in Government work at Washington, D. C, is now at home on a vacation visiting her mother, Mrs. Nichols, on Ury street. Hon. M. R. Patterson, of Memphis, was here a few hours Tuestay ming ling with friends. Go to Corum's Cafe for Bread and Cakes Baked Daily. Mr. Fred Dahnke, Jr., is at home from Nashville, for a few days. He is soon to attend Tennessee Univer sity, Knoxville. Marriage licenses. Holland D. Roberts and Kathaline Mosley. A. A. Ewing to Willie Bell Bynum Will Thompson and, Minnie Pounds. Isaac F. Cannon and Mrs. Caven der Copeland. Emerson R. Cashon and Freeman Kennedy. . Eugene T. Young and Zola Vaughn. Otho C. ' Campbell and Katherine Bondurant. Aubrey Fleming and Lorene Kaler Edward Marshall and Bird Hall.' C. H. Kennedy and Irene Tipper. ATTENTION! Sanitary Plumbing and Metal Works Jackson, Tenn. We will have a Plumbing and Heating Engineer in your town soon to install Heating Systems at Mr. Hugh Smith s and Mr. G. S. Nash's residence. If you are in the market for either, please check same, sign name and address and mail to us at once. Plumbing Heating . ame. Street- Town Mr. and Mrs. Virgil May announce the arrival of a bouncing baby boy in their home. When you want fish call phone 185. We will deliver them to you. Mr. and Mrs. Jackson Bratton are entertaining a little blue-eyed daugh ter in their heme, west of the city. W. M. Walker has returned from a two weeks visit to Dawson Springs, restored he thinks, to normal physi cal conditions. Dry kindling at Union City Ice & Coal O. R. F. Tisdale is recuperating at Dawson Springs, and we are told the mineral waters are giving him fine results. Mr. Sam Carter, who has been lo cated at Moss Point, Miss., is here this week mingling with old-time friends. Real Estate Transfers. F. L. Pittman et ux. to H. W, Quails, lot in No. 13, $4500. G. L. Edwards et al. to O. R. Ed wards, 5 acres in No. 3, $195. , M. Y. Toombs to Mary Toombs, 50 acres Jn No. 6, $2410. , W. C. Ashley et ux. to S. B. Green 2 acres in No. 5, $1250. V. T. Edwards and wife to W. M Hewett, 3 acres in No. 5, $700. S. J. Bradshaw et ux. to E. D. Aus tin and wife, 8 acres in No. 9 $3500. O. C. Williams to C. W. Petty, lot in No. 5, $760. W. P. Douglas et al. to Mrs. Viola Jenkins, lot in No. 1, $250. W. D. Adkins et ux. to L. D. Ded man, lot in No. 1, $150. Viola Jenkins to Litt Dedman, lot in No. 1, $250. J. M. Dutton to Mrs. Sallie Dutton one-half interest in 83 acres in No, 6, $2500. W. C. Ashley et ux. to J. F. Barrett et ux., lot in No. 5, $1200. Go to Corum's Cafe for "Goodest Ever" Cream. Messrs. Geo. W. and Leonard Sto vail, of Number Seven, "were in the city Monday. Mr. Richard Semones was in St. Louis this week. ,1 -666 cures Bilious Fever. Beard-Fox. Sunday at 10 a.m., Ralph Fox, of Obion, and Miss Pauline Beard, of Gleason, were married at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs, W. W. Beard, in Gleason, Rev. Webb Jackson officiating. The groom was accompanied to Gleason by Misses Wells Fox and Elizabeth Mills. The happy couple fire at home to their friends in Obion, and have many well wishes for a happy mar ried life. Obion County Enterprise. W. W. Lovelace tells us he sold 127 three-dollar tickets for the morn ing train going to Nashville Sunday. Mr. Harvey Caldwell, now with one of Nashville's big banking houses, was a vacation visitor here this week with relatives and friends. "Goodest Ever" Cream at Co rum's Cafe. Mr. David Caldwell is home from Peabody College, where ho took ad vantage of summer college work. Preaching. I will preach at Mount Zion Sun day morning at leven o'clock, at Sa lem at 3:00 p.m. and at Mount Zion at 8 p.m. - The League will meet at 7530 p.m. We urge all who can to pay their congregational claims' before the 4th Quarterly conference, which meets at Mount Zion the 18th and 19th of September. G. W. EVANS. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Fuqua left Saturday for Blytheville, Ark., where LMr. Fuqua is to be employed as lino type operator for the Blytheville pa per. 666 cures Malarial Fever. Misses Thelma Dickson, Louise Reeves and' Jeanie Garth went to Nashville this week for a few days visit. Miss Lydia Stone left this week for Memphis, where she is to assume the duties as principal of the depart ment of household economics in the Snowden school with Mr. Nute. Miss Stone is by nature and qualifications exceptionally well prepared for this work. She filled the position in the City Schools here for some time. v It Started Something "I have not said anything to you, but have been saying to others and have induced many to take your medicine and be convinced. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy is correctly named. It removed stuff from me I never thought could be in a human being and I feel like a different .per son.- The pain in my ngnt side dis appeared at once, which four doctors said would require an operation; also the bloating and indigestion." It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus rom the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation which causes prac tically all stomach, liver and intes tinal ailments, including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money re funded. Sold by Oliver's Bed Cross Drug Store and druggists everywhere. COTTON We are now buying seed and lint Cotton. Highest Met Price Paid. Our Gin is open and ready for business. Call us before selling elsewhere. LaRe Cpunty Mfg. Co. F. L. PITTMAN, Mgr. Our Automobile Supplies last . WE HAVE THOSE AUTO SUPPLIES YOU NEED ANP WE WILL TREAT YOU RIGHT WHEN YOU BUY THEM FROM US. DON'T YOU NEED A NEW SET OF TIRES? COME IN, PRICES RIGHT. THE HOME OF THE MAJESTIC RANGE. , OUR HARDWARE WEARS. - Frank C. Wehman The One Big Event -TENNESSEE STATE FAIR Nashville, September 19-24. Special Low Round Trip Fares Over N. G. & St. L fly. Tickets on sale daily Sent 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.