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The Commercial, Union City, Tenn.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1921. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ! HI in 1 1. I t k 1 . j1 i- Rey. J. W. Mecoy, of Martin, was a -Monday Tisltor. Miss Helen Garth was a visitor last week in Martin. -66 cures Biliousness. Mr. Harry Gibbs was at home this week for a few days rest. Mr. Harry Lynch, of Hickman, was a Sunday visitor in the city. Rub-My-Tism kills pain. ' Mrs. Elli3 Park has returned from a visit to her sister ia St. Louis. Dr. and Mrs. T. B. Wingo, of Mar tin, wre in the city Tuesday as vis Itora. Rub-My-Tism cures sores. Mr. Ethelbert Rogers, of Number Three, was up Tuesday looking after some business. Miss Lorine Margan has returned from a visit to Nashville, Wanrue and Shelbyville. 666 cures Dengue Fever. Mrs. John W. Head, Obion, and : Mrs. Byrd; of Rives, were in the city last week shopping. W. J. Briggs has returned from a Tlsit to the rural districts of Hick " man County, his former home. Fresh Oysters at Burdicks, Phone 185. - Mr and Mrs. .W.. Q .Warmuth and Mrs. Jeff Underwood, of Martin, were in Union City Monday shopping, F. C.Aydclott, of Memphis, was a visitor In the city Sunday, with his family at the home of Mrs. Fannie Driskill. The best is the cheapest in coal. Call 150. Dr. end Mrs. S. E. Allmond were Sunday visitors with Dr. Allmond's sister, Mrs. Cora Harrison, at Dres den. ' ' .. Mr. J. D. Littleton, returning from his Texas territory, is here for an extended vacation with his daugh ter, Mr3. J. A. Whipple. Mi-O-Na makes your stomach feel fine, stops belching, heart burn and all discomfort in a few minutes. Guaranteed by Oliver's Drug Store. Miss Ola Cook, teacher In the Gardner High School, spending the week end in Union City was a guest of her sister, Mrs. G. D. Capps. . Mrs. Alfred M, Taylor has Just re turned from Covington, Tenn. She was called home on account of the death of her brother, Mr. R. B. Shel ton. - Frosh Bread and Cakes at Co--rum's. . 1 Mrs. S. E. Allmond won several premiums on her crochet at the Tri Btate Fair. A sweater was among the articles which captured the rib toons. Subscriptions taken for all mag aiines. Mrs. C. L. Ridings, Phone . 601. 37-4 Miss Agnes Andrews was hero for a few" days visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Andrews this week. Miss Andrews is locates at Mayficld with Mrs. Griffith. Messrs. Robt. and Hoyt Moore, ed itors and publishers of the .Fulton Daily Loader, and Mrs. Hoyt Moore and daughter, of Fulton, were in the city Sunday. ' ., ' Medicated air is the only treat ment for catarrh. Breathe Hyomei and obtain immediate relief. At Oliver's Drug Store. ' Money back if ,lt fails.' ' '-:"" " , Editor Scott, of the Obion County Enterprise and Dr. K, R, Glen nan, were in the city last week. Dr. Glen nan was hero in connection with the "work of the Clean-up Squad. ' " - Mr. Hugh Harris, at home for a i few days with his family, reports a fine trade in the South and a general sign of returning business condi tions. Mr. Harris Is traveling for the Canva Decoy Co. " - Just received a nice line of Jacobs' Candles at Corum's. .' W, E. Shropshire, for some time with tho Cash Grocery Co. as sales man, begins this , week as District Deputy for the Modern Woodmen of the World, traveling in eight of the counties of West Tennessee. Mr. Shropshire will be at homo' on Sat urdays to tako bis place in the Cash Grocery Co. 666 cures Chills end Fever. . , We ore sorry indeed that the no tice of Miss Pauline Barney did not mention the fact that she was a stu dent of Weslcyan ' College, Macon, Ga., and received certificate for spe cial training in piano and voice. This paper, has nothing but the very , ten derest regard for the memory of this dear-young woman. , The sweetest, richest pure open kettle lard. A little soft , in not weather. 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Bring, or Send Thi Coupon ' This coupon entitle you to free copy of "Mood Music'' If you wish three jf N,. days of Mood Music free, "r S check here.... t Mr. Grover Schleifer, formerly with the Dahnke-Walker Milling Co., has entered the service of the Childs Specialty House as plant manager. Mr. Schleifer will reorganize the mechanical units of the plant to wards economy of operation and ef ficiency in production. He is a fine man for this chcaracter of work and will no doubt produce results in his work with this rapidly growing en terprise' . ;,' ' ' . v .. Real Estate Transfers. Public Sale. On the 22d of this month at one o'clock at the east door of the court house in Union City the Dr. Tom Ed wards residence will be sold to the highest bidder. Here is a chance to get an elegant home at a bargain. Don't forget the day and date. 27-3t J. M. Brice to Pratt Waddell, lot in No. 13, $7225. - : T. P. Finch to Herman . Caudle, 99 acrea in No. 11, $6000. J., A. Haward et al., trustee, to Hunter Elam et al.,y 75 acres in No. 7, $6039. y J. M. Capps et al. to H. B. Alley et al., lot in No. 6, $900. ' D. S. Chamberlain to H. B. Alley et al., lot in No: 8, $650. J. M. Sharp et al. to Phenix Cot ton Oil Co., lot in No. 15, $2500. 0. D. Hamilton et al. to W. N. Easterwood et al., lot in No. ; 15, $850. 1. V. Winston et ux. to D. S. Cham bers, lot in IJo. 8, $700. Geo. Cryer "et al. to rfay Kfutts, lot in No. 15, $900. B. W. Bradford et ux. to I. G. 'Long, 35 acres in No. 6, $2100. ' W. N. Wil3on et al. to Wilson Smith, lot in No. 15, $930. '; ' Pleasie Burton et ux. to D. B. Bur ton, 230 acres in No. 9, $9000. "Paul Potter et al. to Mattie Buck ley, lot in No. 13, $150. Geo. Roach to Tom Pierce, lot in No. 16, $900. Willie B. Killion to Murray Kil lion, interest in 140 acres in No. 3, $500. ; . J. C. King and H. H. Cook et ux. to J. W. Stover, land in No. 9, $402.70. M. J. Deen et ux. to W. H. Deen, 3 acres in No. 5, $1600. . M. J. Dean, et ux. to Alice Carroll, 10 acres inNo. 5, $800. W. P. Ellington, trustee, to M. E. Neeley et al., 359 acres in No. 5, $12,500. ' ' DeBow, Rice et ux. to J. A. Rice et ux., 50 acrea in No. 3, $2500. Harry Nay lor to H. A.1 Tune,. 47 acres in No. 4, $7000. A.A. Reeves et ux. to S. E. Reeves, lot in No. 15, $650. L. A. Walker to Jtfhn W. Walker, Jr., et al., 84 acres in No. 7, $3510. INSOLVENT NOTICE. The insolvency of the estate of Turner- Ford deceased, having been suggested, notice is hereby given to all persons having1 claims against said estate to filet the same duly authenticated in a manner prescribed by law, on or before the 3d day of January, 1922, or the same will be forever barred, both in law and equi ty,- DRUE MITCHUSSON, ' 28-4t Administrator. . This Oct. 3, 1921. 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. 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