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Whipple Coal Co.
UNION, CITY, TENN. PHONE TILE FACTORY 151 See us for your supply of winter Coal GIBRALTAR and other Good Domestic COAL. A Burning Hecessi An Elegant, New ONE OF OUR HANDSOME. NEW HEATERS WILL ORNAMENT YOUR HOUSE AND SAVE FUEL. COME IN AND BUY ONE TODAY. AND YOU WILL SOON SAVE ENOUGH. AT THE PRESENT PRICE OF FUEL. TO PAY FOR ITSELF. LET. US ALSO SHOW YOU A NEW LABOR-SAVING. FUEL- SAVING RANGE THAT WILL MAKE COOKING A DELIGHT. COME IN TODAY. THE HOME OF THE MAJESTIC RANGE. OUR HARDWARE WEARS. Frank C. Wehman Stop - Read Listen We want you to take a personal interest in our store; consider it's advantages are for your benefit and conven ience, Our employees, stock and equipment are at your service. . . . - All of our sales are Guaranteed and we make them right all right. Rembmber that something to eat is the most essential thing you buy. So be square, be fair, be just, and always pay your grocery bill first. rmmunm. fhe GROCER 1.1 P. GRISSOiVI Groceries and Meats The GROCER The Commercial, Union. City, Teas FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 30. 1921. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. of Miss Bess Whiton is visiting in Hodgenvlle, Ky. Mr, and Mrs. J. V. Averitt left Monday for a vi3it to Mobile, Ala. Call 150 for Bon Air. Mi3S Louise Alexander left this week to enter school at Murfrees bora, Tenn. Mr. John Cobb, of Louisville, is in the city this week visiting his moth er and sister. - 666 cures Biliousness. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Forester, Number Four, were in the city Tues day as visitors. Mr. Edward Meadow left last week to enter college work as a student at Vanderbilt University. CORUM'S THAT'S ALL Soft Drinks, Cigars and. Candy. Miss uuzabetn Chambers nas re turned to St. Louis to resume study n Washington University. Miss Valrie White, of Hickman Ky., was a recent visitor in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Whitson. Kub-My-Tism cures sores. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Thompson, of Number Four, were in the city last week as visitors and shoppers. Miss Rena Hyman left last week for Nashville to enter college work as a student of Ward-Belmont. Fresh Oysters at Burdicks. Phone 185. 'Misses Elsie and Mota White and Mro. Luclle Taylor, of Number Seven were in the city last week snopping, Dr. Van Bond has returned to Hor nersvllle, Mo., after a few days visit his mother on North Third street 666 cures Dengue Fever. Miss Edna Wilbanks left this week for Memphis to take a business course In the Nelson Business Col lege. Airs, joe sncrrni, or Chicago, is here for a few weeksvisit with her mother, Mrs. Nannie Little, Bank Etreet. When you want fish call phone 185. We will deliver them to you Mrs. W. J. Mayes and Miss Willie Belle Mayes have returned from Memphis after a visit to the Tri State Fair. Mr. Paul Jones, of Woodland Mills, is a student in Vanderbilt Uni versity, going to NashviXa Monday to enter school. to Desirable Stucco Home In Union City For Sale or Exchange for Farm , ... -r . Lot 721X1251 1 will sell or trade my home on Florida Avenue. , ' fESti Description: First ' floor in cludes living room 1 6x25 feet . with brick mantel, dining room Located 15x16 feet, beam ceilings and French doors, hall, two bed- On rooms, breakfast room, kitchen, Hniihlp pantry and butlers pantry, tile UUUUK5 bath room with built-in tub. street. ; Plastered walls, hardwood floors1 throughout. Two bed rooms and attic on second floor. Concrete basement 30 by 40 feet, three laundry tubs, furnace heat Terms to suit. A. E. Kirklarid "' " ' 1 J Roller-screened nut coal at Un ion City Ice & Coal Co. Miss Ruth Caldwell is a student of the Bowling Green Business College at Bowling Green, Ky.,' entering school this week. Mr. John Mathews, of Nashville has been here for a few days looking after some business, and mingling with old-time friends. When you want fish call phone 185. We will deliver them to you. A son was born last week in Nash ville to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Swiggart, Jr., the third addition to the family of Gen. and Mrs. Swiggart. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Fuqua have returned from Blytheviltc, Ark., and Mr. Fuqua has resumed his work as operator at the News-Banner office. Subscriptions taken for all mag azines. Mrs. C. L. Ridings, Phone 603. 37-4t E. P. Waddell, lately connected with the editorial work of the Nash ville Tennesaean, is here for a few days visit with his mother and fam !ly.;., , ' Mr. Thos. L. Bransford left last week to enter school as a student of Vanderbilt University. " Mr. Brans ford is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Howell Bransford. Fresh Oysters at Burdicks. Phone 185. Mrs. Gerald Woosley and Miss Flavella Woosley, with Mrs. Jonakin, left this week for a visit to Sikes ton, Mo., traveling in a touring car all the way. Mr. Frank Harris lett la3t week for Washington, D. C, to enter the Bliss School of Electricity, one of tho most noted engineering schools In tho United Statea. -Fresh Bread and Cakes at 'Co- rum's. . Major J. C. Burdick, Jr., and Col. W. C. Watts were in Nashville last week with Governor Taylor and staff opening the Stc.te Fair. Mr. Bur dick says the fair was a wonderful success. Mr. Nathan Yoffle, of Springfield, Mo., is with Mr. P. Hyman as sales man in Mr, Hyman's store in Union City. Mr. Yoffie is a young man with fine experience in salesmanship and will no doubt be a valuable ad dition to the store. Distinctive hats o? quality and style at Mrs. Arnn's, at reasonable cost. r Mm. Irene Dahnke left Sunday for Nashville, accompanied by her physi cian and Mrs. Cecil Moss, to enter St. Thomas Hospital. Mrs.' Dahnke has been 311 for several months and she will be there under the care of spe cialists in medicine and surgery. Young people leaving here Mon day morning as students in Vander bilt University were Misses Mary Butler and Jeanie Garth, Messrs. Mark Butler and Frank Klmzey. Mr. Kimzey will be in the medical de partment. Dr. Butler is in his third year mediccal course. Just received a nice line of Jacobs' Candies at Corum's. Mis3 Mary Howard Turner left last week for Chicago to enter a conserva tory of art for a special course of studio work. Miss Turner has been doing some very attractive color work here at home without technical aid and her friends have the greatest confidence in her ability to become a true artist. . Wc are requested to extend on be half of the members of the Exhange Street Church of ChriBt their thanks and appreciation of the kindness of the Presbyterian congregation for the use of the Presbyterian Church on First street during the service con ducted by Minister W. C. Hall. Leading In millinery Is Just a matter of showing the greater vari ety of popular and exclusive styles. Mrs. Arnn's hats combinu style fea tures and price inducements. Mrs. Myrtle L. (Gardner) Pearson, of Nashville, formerly of this place, was operated on in St. Thomas Hos pital the 13th for mastoid trouble and a part of the bono removed. She stood the operation nicely, and her many friends here will be glad to learn she is gradually improving, and her full recovery only a matter of a few weeks. Mi38 Janet Gordon, of Chicago, was special organist by invitation at the First Christian Church last Sunday morning and at the Cumberland Church for the evening service There was at each of the services special music and the congregations were delighted. Miss Gordon's work as so loist and accompanist was very high ly complimented. She is evidently an instrumentalist of unusual ability. She is here to organize a class in mu sic. The sweetest, richest pure open kettle lard. A little soft in hot weather. Will save you some mon ey, For calo by ull merchants. REYNOLDS PACKING CO. -ATTEND THE. COMMUNITY AT HICKMAN Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Oct. 6, SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS EACH DAY FAIR 7, 8. Exhibits of Live Stock. Poultry. Farm Etc., Invited. Produce, 'or Everything' will be Free. Premium List Address W. F. Rennenberg, Secretary. THE BATTERY WITH- OUT REGRETS Place our hand-made battery in your car and forget all your battery troubles. It i3 a real battery of service. Whatever you use if for for ignition, for starting, for light ing, etc. it will serve you well. A battery you will recommend to your fellow motorists. McHUGH BATTERY CO. Union City, Tenn, Make It Unanimous 7:30 Baptist Church. A.. R. McGEHEE, Pastor. ' Sunday school, 9:30 a.m. : Morning worship, VH:00 a.m. Evening worship, 7:80 p.m. B. Y. P. U., 6:30 p.m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, p.m. Morning theme: "Peter's Mistake. "Evening theme: "A Wise Fool Special music at each service Strangers and visitors cordially wel corned to all the services of the church. NAIIXING HOSPITAL. Lucile Wingo, six-year-old daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wingo, of Hornbeak, who was operated on for gangrenous, ruptured appendix, is improving rapidly. Mrs. Percy Seavors, recovering from a recent operation, has rerturn- ed to her home in Bradford. Miss Ruby Scott, who underwent an operation for acute appendicitis, has returned to her homo in Brad ford. Miss Mary Glover, recovering from an operation for appendicitis, has re turned to her homo in Woodland Mills. Mr. Bruce Corum, who underwent an operation for gangrenous append! citis. has returned to his nome in Hornbeak. Loyd Isbell, of Clayton, who was operated on Monday night for gan grenous ruptured appendix, is im proving rapidly. Nearly Died on Birthday "On my last birthday, eight months ago, I had another close call We had just finished dinner. My stomach began to hurt me, a minute later I lay unconscious. Three doc tors worked on me. I was soaked with a cold sweat when I came to." The next week, telling a friend about it, ho aivisod trying May'rs Wonderful Remedy. Since tak ing a course of your medicine I have been able to eat anything. I have no more pain3 or bloating and am reeling Detter man lor ien years." It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catar rhal mucus from the Intestinal tract and allays the inflammation which causes practically , all Ktoraach, liver and intestinal ailments, including ap pendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded. Sold by Oliver 8 Red Cross Drug Store and t'ruggista everywhere. j We want everybody in Union City to buy our products altogether for one day, Oct. I, 1921. Wouldn't tKat be a dandy thing for every family to buy nothing at all in the meat line on that date except our products?.. Say, ' friends, try this one time. It will make a believer of you 99 to I . Try it to test your loyalty to your city and its enterprises. It might save you some money, we think it will. Always call for our products. If you once give it a thorough trial you will buy no other. No equal yet found on our pork sausage, weiners and minced ham. Prove your faith by your acts. Reynolds Packing Co. SPECIAL ITEMS Best Red Cedar Shingles (C AA per thousand . qJJJV (This price will soon advance) Cheap Louisiana Cypress Shingles' ., per thousand I x4 Gate Material, Extra nice La. Cypress per hundred - ; T . . Best 85 pound Slate Surfaced Roofing-Vulcanite per square GOOD POPLAR BOXING CHEAP 3.00 5.50 3.50 The roofing material market is advancing daily, stock scarce and the. heavy fall demand now on. Let us suggest that to act quick will not only actually save you money, but will protect your buildings before the fall and winter rains set in. "Best service in town every customer; -satisfied." Union City Lumber Company Harpole-Walker Furniture Company FUNERAL DIRECTORS WHITESELL HARPOLE J. L. RANSON, JR. 354 AND 216-3 RINGS . OFFICE PHONE 99 432 AND 32 UNION . CITY, TENN.