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The Commercial, Union City, Tenn.
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 14, 1921. LYCEtTM COUESE. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. f I 6 V I i L Notice to Buggy Owners. Before you buy a new buggy get my prices on Painting and Rubber Tiring. I also have twenty sets of Rubber Tire Wheels for sale. One set of these will make your buggy as good as new. Cumberland Phone 43 R.A.PARDUE E. V. Youngblood.D.V.M. GRADUATE VETERINARIAN Office: Corum' Uvery Stable Both phone: Office 220. Residence 312 Dr. W. J. Joiies DENTIST Union City, Tenn. 107 Church St. Cumb. Phone 2 14-J Cumberland 461 County 262 ....... Dr. C. E. Upehurch DENTIST Over Mrs. Arnn'i Millinery Store Union City, : : : Tenn, THE MILLING HOSPITAL SEVENTH YEAR A Modern Surgical Institution. Competent Trained Nurses DR. W. A. NAILLING..... Chief Surgeon . Onion City, Tenn. Both Phone 41. W. II. FORRESTER CAFE and RESTAURANT Candy, Soft Drinks, Cigars, Tobacco and Everything Good to Where Quality and Prices Meet Metropolitan Orchestra Here Monday, October 17. This orchestra was organised to meet the demand of committees who desire a company of the earns type and character as the Roumanian and Bohemian orchestras which so de lighted Redpath audiences in past seasons. Six artists of attainment compose the Metropolitan Orchestra. Each member of the company has a record of successful entertainment experi ence and is known both as an en semble player and as an -dividual artist. This program consists of both classical and popular selections in a delightful proportion. Instrumental sextets, quartets, trios, duos and solos are most effectively rendered. It is a program that will surely please the entire audience. Reynolds Theatre, Monday, Octo ber 17. slephones: Lions Meeting. At the meeting last Tuesday of the Lions Club the county fair proposi tion waa discussed, rather that part of the question which 'concerns a site. Some reference was mado to a suitable site. Some reference was made to a suitable sito north of town and one east of town. The Idea is that if tho site problem can be solved an effort should be mado to organize a fair. Some regrets were made of course hat the old grounds were net retained, but that was off set somewhat by objections to the old grounds. Ons was that they are low and subject to overCow. The other is that In warm weather the grandstand is uncomfortable because It faces the sun. A committee was appointed to look Into the matter of buying or leasing grounds as follows: R. H. Rust, W, C. Farris. E. H. Marshall, H. P, Moss, Geo. Bufford, S. T. Wade, H. M. Oliver. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. We are again receiving plenty of BON AIR Cumberland Block AND " TRADEWATER GOAL We are not handling any inferior grades to sell cheap. Bundle Kindling UNION CITY ICE and GOAL CO. PHONE ISO Union City, Tenn. Are You A Rundown Nervous Woman? I! You Are, This it Most Important f to You .:.-'' ; Covington, Ky. "Some years ago I had a general break-down in health, was very nervous and weak. I heard Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription highly rec ommended, so I began taking it, and in a short time my health and strength were fully restored. I am still enjoying good health and can highly recommend Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription for the ills of women." Mrs. C. E. Hull, 1216 Wheeler St. . t Beauty and Health go hand in hand. ' Do not neglect the most valuable asset i you have. Go toyour neighborhood drug store and get Favorite Prescription in tablets or liquid. If you are troubled write Dr. Pierce, president Invalids' Hotel in Buffalo, N. Y., and receive good medical advice in return, free. W. P. Rogers was a visitor this week In St Louis. Mrs. L. B. Ellison, of Hickman, was a Tuesday visitor. Mr. Ret Harris, of Dresden, was & visitor in the city Friday. Little Miss Martha Virginia Corum has been quite sick this week. Jimmie's Playhouse for High- Class Photoplays. Mr. Homer Scott is at home this week suffering from a case of la grippe. Misses Lottie Noah Mid Virgie Butler were In Fulton Wednesday as visitors. Mr. Ptil Hyman is in St. Louis this week, buying merchandise for his store. Say it with a theatre party Jimmie's Playhouse, of course. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Jones, of Hick man, were in the city th:a week for a few days visit. ' , Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Thomson, of Fulton, were over this week attend ing the minstrel. . E. G. Pardue left thts week for Alabama and Florida as traveling slesman for the Canvas Decoy Co. Mrs. Don Taylor, of Fulton, was in the city last week visiting the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Smith. Mrs. Nettie Penick, who has re turned from a visit to Paducah, leaves soon to visit her sons In Chi cago. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Pardue, of Troy, were In the city last week at tending the funeral of Mrs. F. W. Pardue. Mrs. A. i Burchard and" daughter, Miss Mildred, of Martin, were In the city this week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Burchard. Miss Iris McCorkle is home this week from Grcason,. where she is teaching school. The paplls have a holiday for a few days. -"The Faith Healer," a drama that floods the heart with light and soothes the soul like a prayer. Jim mie's Playhouse, Oct. 31. Miss Mary Wayne Naylor is able to be up again after an iimess of two months of typhoid! fever, and the friends are gTad that she is recovering- Miscellaneous Shower. On Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Bethel Cockrill, of Jackson, gave a miscel laneous shower at the home of her mother, Mrs. A. B. Morgan, to com pliment Miss Carmen Parks, a bride elect. The rooms were decorated in a mo tif of pink and whlto and the 8 ta bles where bridge was played were made interesting with clever hand painted place cards or miniature brides and grooms. At, the conclu sion of the games delicious two course refreshments with demi-tasse were served. Miss Virginia Swlg gart won a box of stationery as high score and Mrs. L. S. Morris cut as con3ola'ion hand-made handker chiefs. The honoree was presented with a lovely piece of lingerie, af ter which Master Bobble White, at tired in a white satin suit rolled a huge pink and white wagon laden with gifts for the honoree to her. Mi3S Parks was lovely in a gown of black Canton crepe with trim mings of gold brocade and picture ha of black. ( Miss Edwards Hostess. Miss Miriam Edwards will be host ess to-day at a bridgo party and kitchen shower in honor of her cousin, Miss Carmen Parks, whose marriage to Mr. Leslie Weeks, of Fulton, on tho 20th will be of inter est to the rurrounding country. De tails will follow next week. A powerful drama, "The Faith Healer," coming soon to Jimmie's Playhouse. A picture that will bring out every bit of good there is in every man and woman who sees it. We ' Preaching. I will preach at Shady throve Sun day morning at 11 o'clock and hope to see the entire church yresent, as this is the last appointment for the conference year. Do not forget our general collections. G. W. EVANS. Notice. Union City Lodge No. 538 F. & A. M. will meet Tuesday evening, Octo ber 19, at 7 o'clock. rk in the E. A. and M. M. degrees. All mem bers urged to be present. J. WALKER KERR, W. M. ROGERS . Elmer Gray is sick this week Miss Nora Rhoads entered school Monday. W. A. and R. D. Downing are ab sent thi3 week. - Mr. Lon Harkey and wife spent Sunday in Hickman. Jack Frost camo last night. didn't welcome him much. Mr. T. C. Bondurant went back on the Rural Route Oct. 1. Mrs. Ruby Moore is at Mr. Bob Bone's caring for the sick. Mrs. Mentlow Jones spent the day with Mrs. McCain last week. The box supper at Grove's School house brought $24.00. They didn'i have any cake. "" Mn Ellen Redman visited Mr. and Mrs. Willie Williiuna last week and returned to her home at Hickman Sunday,. The box supper at Clayton School brought $51.00. Miss Smith near this school got the cake. It brought $31.00. Miss Eva McCain and Miss Altie Harkey, Joe William3 and Miss Vi olet Bondurant are studying the sixth grade this year. We pro going to have a box .supper Oct. 14. Everybody invited to come and bring a box. The boy3 must bring a pocket full of money. There arc lot3 of pretty girls and boys also that have the money. CANDY KIDS- Card of Thanks. For the many kind words and deeds, for the many loving thoughts, for the many beautiful flowers sent before and after tire passing away of our dear mother, we thank our many friends. We wish especially to thank Doctor Blanton professionally, am! for his personal interest so consid erately and tenderly mamiested. Mrs. Ray Cochran, Mrs. Fletcher Tate, Miss Gertrude Paroue, Wright Pardue, Elbridge Pardue, Bob Pfcr- due, Pierce Pardue. " . .: Everybody Worked But Fatfter "Father's stomach trouble seemed to be getting -worse all the time and finally he had to quit work altogeth er. Two brotners ana myseu gave up school and went to work to sup port the family. Father had loat sixty pounds in weight and was yel low as saffron, and no mwdlcine helped h'm. Telling a friend about it six months ago, Bhe r evised taking Mayr's Wondcreful Remedy. I got a bottle and it helped father at once. He was able to go back to work a month later, has regained his weight and 'strength and eats like a wood chopper. It is a simple, harm less preparation that removes the catarrhal mucu3 from the intes tinal tract and allays the inflamma tion which canoes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal , ail ments, including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money re funded. Sold by Oliver's Drug Store and druggists everywhere. BREAKFAST BApON, 25c to 35c at all stores. None beter. Made by: REYNOLDS PACKING CO. A SOLID CAR LOAD OF Dry Goods, Shoes and Clothing JUST ARRIVED AT ow Price Store Now Open for Inspection HtHF, npnnlft nf TTninn fJitv-" and snrronndinc terri tory have been waiting for prices to drop. Well, they are down. In fact our prices are always lower, but this time we will break the record for still lower prices. Everything in our store has been reduced in prices far below today's market. You will wonder how we can do it. (just a word of explanation) I went to market early in the summer to buy our fall and winter goods and we found Manufacturers overstocked with good dependable merchandise and they never dreamed of merchandise going up and were glad to unload. There fore we have been able to buy ajl the merchandise we want almost at our own price. Now we are going to pass this enormous stock to the people, of Union City surrounding territory at prices that are bound to please. Below you'll find only a few prices, as we are too late for press to quote more prices. One lot of LL Sheeting, per yd --- 8c One lot of LL Sheeting, better grade, per yd - X 10c One lot Outing, per yd 10c One lot light and dark Outing, per yd -2c One lot dark Percale, per yd . 2c One lot Gingham, per yd -i lOc One lot Ladies Hose, white or black, first quality, per pair 10c Men's at same price. We have just received 100 doz. Men's, Women's, Children's Shoes of real fine quality, absolutely guaranteed, every pair to be solid leather, if not will replace with a new pair. We are going to sell these Shoes at a small margin. Our Motto is: Live and Let Live We also received a large line of Ladies' Ready-to-Wear, such as Coats, Coat Suits azd Dresses, also Waists and Petticoats at prices that will interest you; . , .t . . We want to say something to the men, young men and boys. If you want to save real money on your clothing it will pay you to come to Kaufman's Low Price Store, as we have just received 200 men's, young men's and boy's Suits, at prices that will open your eyes. Come one and all and be convinced. When in Union City for your Dry Goods, Shoes and Clothing visit i ''?(; MAUFMAR! iw Price It will pay you welL Make our store your headquarters.. We always appreciate , , your patronage. 1 Stoire J -