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Farm Insurance Jno. T. Walker & Co. PHONE 118, : : : : UNION CITY, TENN. CLASSIFIED ADS Roller-Bcreened nut coal at Un ion City Ice & Coal Co. FOR RENT Furnished or unfur nished room. Lights and bath. Phone 238-J. 26-2t FOR SALE Modern 6 -room bun galow. Terms, one third cash, for sale or exchange tor car. 26-4t ISAAC STEPHENS. WANTED To exchange good pho nograph machine in good condition for piano. REECE ALEXANDER. 24-4t FOR RENT Rooms for light housekeeping, all modern conveni ences. Phone 355-J, Mr3. W. P. Ca sey. ' ' 25-4t FOR SALE If you want to buy a home in Union City I have four, can please you. R. L. Cummings. 20-tf FOR SALE One car load of grade Bteers weighing from 600 to 1000 lbs. - J. H.MERIWETHER, 25-3t R.F.D. No. 2, JackBon, Tenn WANTED One hundred bushels .nice tomatoes. Will pay J1.00 per bu3hel. Must bo first-class, half ripe and green. , Phone 302-J. 26-2tpd J. B. AKIN. FOR SALE Cop.1 yard office and yard lease, together with delivery wagons, office furniture, etc. For particulars apply to C. W. Miles, Jr. Farmers Exchange Bank. 24-tf FOR SALE Five-room cottage, all conveniences, closo in, large garden, garage, barn and good place, priced right for Quick sale. G. B. JONES, 23-tf Hickman, Ky WANTED Early varieties of new white corn at loading stations on the N.; C. & St. L. R. R. Moisture con tents must not exceed 18 per cent Sept. 21. 26tf J. A. COBLE. Sept. 21. 26tf FOR SALE I have several good farms for sale near Marlanna, Lee County, Arkansas, 50 miles south west of Memphis. Rich, level land, ideal farming conditions. Prices low, terms easy. Now is the time to buy. Write R. L. Hope, Marlanna, Ark. 27-4t FOR SALE OR TRADE Twenty six head of Registered Red Poll Oat tie. Will trade for real estate- house and" lot, or small farm. Ad dress A. K. McMurry, R.F.D. No. 3, Hickman, Ky., or see W. R. Manley, Union City, Tenn. 26-4t FOR SALE Nico 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., Phono 305. Jersey Male. A fine standard bred bull will - make present season at my stable, two miles east of Union City, on Har ris highway; $100 cash and privi lege of return. O. H. JONES. 25-3tdp Union City, R.F.D. No. 6. Phone 187-6. Shopping for a new hat will naturally find you a visitor at Mrs. Arnn's to see a wonderfully attrac tive selection of forms and fineries adapted to the best conventions of fashion. TYPEWRITERS ' Cleaned and Repaired. Staffords Superfine Ribbons . Cumb. phone 317 . S.EBYRN LikJ i Money back without auaation I if HUNT'S GUARANTEED I SKIN DISEASE REMEDIES I (Hunt' Salve and Soap), fail In the treatment of Itch. Eczema, Ringworm, Tetter or other itch inf akin dieeaaea, Try hla treatment at eur ruub - COBB'S CORNER DRUG STORE. The Commercial, Union City, Tenn. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1921. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. 350 Sunday School Rally. We are making a great effort to I ' have every member of the church V present at Sunday School Sunday, Oct. 2. Really we are expecting ev ery member, asking that they give uo their encouragement on that day. Let. us have 350. present. Every on e not attending some Sunday ' , school is urged to rally with us. Miss Thelma Brummel s on the sick list this week. Nite show starts 'promptly at 7 p.m. at Jimmie's Playhouse. Mrs. Bliss Callicott, of Rives, wa3 in the city Saturday. , BoyC' suits with 4 seats, 4 knees, 4 elbows. They are worth 2 suits of other make. A. E. Kirkland. O. E. Milliken, Sr., amended the Dresden fair last week. Boys' su'.ts with 4 seats, 4 knees, 4 elbows. They are worth 2 suits of other make. A. E. Kirkland. Mr. Houser White made a short visit to St. Louis this week. Boys' suks with 4 setts, 4 knees, 4 elbows. They are worth 2 suits of other make. A. E. Kirkland. Mr. John W. Thorn has returned from the State Fajr at Nashville. Eighth wonder; boys can kickia foot ball 8 miles high with the shoe that is sold at A. E. Klrkland's. Miss Greta Benthal, of Hickman, was a week-end visitor in tho city. Eighth wbnfier; boys can kick a foot ball 8 miles high with the shoe that is sold at A. E. Klrkland's. Miss Kate Willoughby, of McKen zie, visited Mrs. R. E. McGowen Tues day. Eighth wonder; boys can kick a foot ball 8 miles high with the shoe that is, sold at A. E. Kirkland's. Mr. Nathan Yoffle will spend the holidays in hi3 home town, Marlanna, Ark.. . Eighth wonder; boys can kick, a foot ball 8 miles high with the shoe that is sold at A. E. Klrkland's. " Misses Ruby Park and Lois Haslip attended the fair In Nashville last week. One Dodge car for sale; has been run 5000 miles; is In first-class con dition. The price Is right. See Dr. T. E. Marshall. 27-2t Mrs. Jane Warren, of Jackson, is visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Kirk. Just a little tip to the ladies absolutely force your husband to bring you to Jimmie's Playhouse, Monday, Oct. 3. ' Mrs. H. E. White and little son, William Houser, have returned from a short visit to relatives in Nash ville. 1 . Just a little'1 tip to the ladies absolutely force your husband to bring you to Jimmie's Playhouse, Monday, Oct. 3. . Mr. and Mrs. Phil Hyman will spend the holidays in Nashville with their daughter, Rena, ' vho Is In Ward-Belmont School. Just a little tip to the ladies absolutely force your ' husband to bring ybu to Jimmie's Playhouse, Monday, Oct. 3. Mrs. H. A. White has returned home from a six week3 visit at Hills dale, Tenn., her old home. She was accompanied by her sister, Mrs. J. A. McClard, ofHot Springs, Ark. . "Why Change:Your Wife," a beautiful and luxurious production, a genuinely human story. Jimmie's Playhouse, Monday, Oct. 3. Jimmie's Playhouse, of course. Mr. W. W. Lovelace, agent for the N., C. & St. L., informs us that this company sold only 55 tickets to the Nashville fair held last week the smallest number who have attended this fair for several years. Pola Negri, star of "Passion," and "Gypsy Blood," who will soon be seen in "One Arabian Night," a few years ago was a Berlin snop girl earning 15 marks a week. Now she is tho talk of two continents'. Seventy-seven Union City citizens Tuesday took advantage of the Mo bile & Ohio cheap rates to Mobile $6.50 for the round trip. Col. Har ris, division passenger agent, was well pleased with the business fur nished by Mr. Bradshaw, local agent. Metcalfe's flowers are direct from his greenhouses, and you get fresh stock at low prices. Miss Myr tle Stalfield, manager of this de partment, works on commission and every dollar's purchase either In cut flowers or designs will help her as well as the proprietor. Bobbed hair dates baric to 1 K2fi says an exchange. But thoy called It scalping In thoeo days, -didn't they! Miss Hazel Mtnley is in receipt of official notice from Gen. John P. Hickman, commanding the. Confed erate forces in Tennessee that she has been appointed maid of honor of the General's staff to represent Tennes see at the reunion at Chattanooga Oct. 24-27. Cecil B. De Mille only makes about three pictures a year but ev ery one Is a masterpiece. His second production of this season, "Why Change Your Wife?" with Thomas Meighan and Gloria Swanson," Itaged In the rich and lavish manner f all his nroductions, will be snown at Jimmie's Playhouse, Monday, Oct. 3. Rev. W. B. Cunningham was called to Hurricane Hill to preach the fu neral of Elder-Louis Fumbanks, aged 84 years, Sunday afternoon. He wa3 accompanied by Harry Harper and J. W. Burney. Hurricane Hill Is a short distance north of Dyersburg, and Mr. Fumbanks was an elder in the church at that place. He had moved to Dyersburg and died at that place. , Say it with a Theatre Party. Jimmie's Playhouse, of course. Capt. Norman Stone, of Camp Perry, Ohio, is here for a visit. Says Mr. James Carter, formerly of Num ber Seven, this county, and a mem ber of Company K, has been awarded a handsome $150 silver cup for mak ing the highest score of any member of Tennessee National Guard. With a rifle he made 303 targets out of a possible 350 at a distance varying from 200 to 3000 yards. The cup fs a handsome one, and Is on display at the AndrewB Jewelry 'Co. store. NOTICE Phil Hyman's Store will be closed Monday and Tuesday, October 3 and 4, on account of holidays. Barn Burned. During the storm last week light ning struck Mr. Geo. Luton's barn near Woodland Mills and it was burned to the ground. SYRUP PAILS. If you want them buy now. Our last car load, due to arrive Saturday or Monday, will not last long. . CASH GROCERY CO. What's the Packing House worth to you? Breakfast Bacon al most half price; 2Ec to 35c per pcfind at all stores; none better made. Call for our products; REYNOLDS PACKING CO. The T. R. Massey Co. A new organization for handling motor cars and operating a garage and repair shop is now in charge of the Massey plant on Second street, with Messrs. T. R."-Massey, W. G. Harris and John Webb as Interested parties. Tho new company will of fer all the inducements in their line of business and Invite patronage. ... i Ptomaine Poison. The little folks of the Baptist Church were entertained last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ham mond in the southern part of town. Ice cream was served and quite a number have been sick from the ef fects of poison, supposed to come from the cream. Mrs. Hammond has been very sick. About fifteen alto gether were affected, but we under stand they are all better. ' ' ' Card of Thanks. We want to show our appreciation in a public expression of thanks to the people of Union City for the kindness they have show us in the illness of our little daughter, Lucile. Never before have we been so over whelmed with kindness, and our gratitude is Inexpressible. Especial ly do we want to thank Dr. NaillVig and his corps of numcs for the man ner in which they have handled the case. We are Indeed thankful to ev eryone. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wingo. Circuit Court. Circuit Court adjourned this week, having completed most of the impor tant work docketed. The case of the State versus Clarence Johnson, remanded by the Supreme Court for new hearing, and tried by Jury as reported last week with a verdict of murder in the second degree and a ten year sentence recommended.will be called again at the next term of court, Judge Elklns having granted motion for a new trial. Bond" "was fixed and made at $5000. Bose Hutchcraf t and Jim Hutch craft, tried for felonious assault, were fined $55 each and costs. Residence Transfer. Mr: Sam Denton, of Samburg, has bought the Geo. W. Carter home on Division street in Union City, Mr. Carter making .the transfer this week . This is one of Union City's nice residences, ahd the addition of Mr. Denton's family will be wel comed. Mr. Denton, is a merchant at Samburg and will continue his bus iness there. Mr. Carter and family are making arrangements to locate in Colorado. Mine Shop Announcement Itis with much pleasure we announce a recent arrange ment whereby our entire Machine Shop, Blacksmith Shop, Woodworking Plant and Automobile Repair De partment and Garage is now under the management and direct supervision of MR. WILLIAM WARMUTH the well known mechanic, who has been operating the Union City Electric Welding and Boiler Repair Shop. He has moved to our place of businessthe old Semones Stand, where he is prepared to do . all kinds new and repair work at reasonable prices. Machine Shop work of all kinds. All kinds of Boilers Repaired. Faftn Wag ons, Buggies and Implements repair ed. Stoves atid all Iron Work repair ed, Farm Machinery made like new. HIS ELECTRIC WELDING DEPARTMENT IS COMPLETE Automobiles overhauled and put in Ship shape by competent mechanics. i - ... You are invited to give Mr. Warmuth a call at his new quarters Semones, old stand, Church and 2nd. Street. Union City Motor Implement Company UNION CITY, TENN. Ma Has the Price of Building terial Declined? Last year 1000 feet of B& Better Pine Flooring: cost you $135.00. At the present price of Building material the same amount of monev will buy - 1000 feet of B&Better Pine Flooring 1000 feet of No. Two Shiplap r 500 feet of 1x4 No. 2 Sheathing 1000 Clear Cedar Shingles 5 Squares of best Slate Surfaced Roofing , 367 feet 'Genuine Beaver Board VOT Tl? dollars will buy more merchandise X J J J at the building material store than any place in town. -T- ' IsnTthat a good sign that now is the time to build or do your repair work? Uiriiom City Lumber Company I J 7 I f ., ..J j is' ( i Is ' 1 : ' A 11. ' v ; v tsunnaio juxprcss. - , . . . ...... i . :.- .f r k . - . . - if 7 t - . . ; - - - ,.":'. - - ; 1 . V - , , ; .... - ' j It , ; ' "' 7. 1 ' ' ? 1 - ' ...... r, -. .. . . . - -' "' ' " -" , - . ..-. , . " . -, ' "- , m jl r-" "