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EW YO RKi PR ODUCE CO. Begs to announce the opening of a branch near the gate of the old fair grounds, at UmSom City Highest prices will be paid for eggs. It will pay you to visit us at our Union City Branch. Bring: all the Eggs you can and you will be satisfied. ' Fine Sheep. M-.ny of the friends and neighbors are familiar with the fact that our fellow-citizen, Mr. Geo. Bufford, i a sheep raiser and fancier. He has been for a number of yca-3 interest ed in standard-bred livestock. But there are some probably who do not know that ho has Just returned from a tour of the Southern fairs with, blut ribbons amounting to $786. He first went to the State Fair, then to the Tri-State Fair and others in the Southern Circuit, and in some of these meetings ho found very sharp competition, including fine imported Shropshire English 'specimens. But his sheep, the Hampshires, not only took first premiums in many in stances, but were really in the show pens of the fairs. New York Produce Co. Messrs. A. M. Bakerman, attorney Saml. Altman, Jr., and Max Tonick of New York City, have located in Union City with headquarters near the entrance to the old fair grounds, opening a branch for the handling of eggs in large shipping quantities The young men have an announce mont in this week's paper and have al30 billed the territory for the pur cha3d of eggs. They solicit your business. This is the start of a better day , There's satisfying comfort and cheer in a breakfast cup of Postum, and there's no disturb ing element to irritate nerves or digestion and leave mental energy lagging before the day is done. Thousands of former coffee users have found :. , that Postum meets every demand for a delicious . is table beverage, and brings steadier nerves, clearer mind better health. As many cups as you like with any meal no after-regrets, r Postum comes in two forms: Instant Postum (in tins) made instantly in the cup by the addition of boiling water. Postum Cereal (in packages of larger bulk, for those who prefer to make the drink while the meal is being prepared) made by boiling for 20 minutes. "There's a, Reason" for Postum Sold by all grocers RIVES NEWS. ( Lon McCowan Is on a business trip to Waverly and Nashville. Mrs. Alice McDonald spent part of the week with friends in and near Mr. and Mr3. Leslie Hooper are ex- pected in this week from an ex tended stay in Arkansas. Leslie Shore and ' family, with Wayne Woody and family motored to Glass the fir3t of the ,week. f Miss Hortense Higgfns," of Knox ville, visiting Mrs. Lon Wright the past week, is now in St. Louis. Will Holloway and Vestal Robin son, employed in Hickman, have moved their families, there for a few months. Miss Mary Belle Cummings, dele gate to the State Christian Endeavor Convention, came in from Cleveland Monday. Claude Woody and family, Mis. Holden Turner and Mrs. Susie Woody report a very pleasant visit to Mrs, Theo. Garrett at Pleasant Valley. The young people's class in the Christian ' Church, thirty-seven in number, were given a hickory nut hunt Saturday. Mrs. Knox Harper teaches this class. ,, Mr. and Mrs. John Fox and Mr, and Mrs. Robt. Morris were up from Obion Sabbath visiting Mrs . Susie Woody. Euther Moffatt and family were also here attending services. - The High School basket ball team Is now open for games. The team re turned from Hornbeak Saturday with a winning score of 13:2. Mason Hall comes here for a game Saturday af ternoon. Davo Bond and daughter, Mrs. Blanche Wood, from Vinceanes, In diana, have boen in visiting -with Mrs. Frank Callicott and Mrs. Ora Pyles. While here Mr. Bond sold his residence on Caldwell avenue, Mrs. Dell Harper being the purchaser. The funeral and burial of Mr. Will Hauser, near sixty years of age, occurred . Saturday morning, Rev. J. H. Thomas officiating. Mr, Hausor for severa months was a very patient invalid with locomotor atax ia. He leaves a widow, three sons, Polk, Alric and Rollo, and a daugh tef, Mrs. Ruby ManeesS. The O. E. S. met socially Wednes day of last week and quilted out a quilt to be sent to the Masonic Home in Nashville. The noon spread as usual . was both plentiful and deli cious. Mesdames Holland Bittick and Jane Wade were guests of honor. In the afternoon the regular routine of business was transacted, the con tribution toward the Masonic. home school annex was reported ascending towards the forty-dollar mark. Mrs. J. L. Peery and Miss Hattie Anderson were attendants from Polk. Rev. Parker Shields, of Nashville, was in the city this week making ar rangements for the appointment of Ex-Gov. Patterson in Union City Nov. 1. Record Week. , R. H. Rust, authorized Ford dealer in Obion County, reports a record of eighteen deliveries . last week, the biggest run pt his entire business for the space of two weeks. Mr.- Rust never", deeps ! except a few nours at night and then'"with one eye open on the trade. He is always there a few minutes before the customer, and the. next move in the transaction is a new Ford car. . 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 as all your sewing machine worries. SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. Big Rally at Antioch. Rev. Robt. A. Clark, Presiding El der, will preach at Antiocn on Thurs day, Qct, 27, at 11 o'clock. The ladies of the church will serve dinner, and in the afternoon the Pre siding Elder will hold quarterly con ference. Rev. R. L. Duckwwrth, field sec rotary for the Sunday School Board will be present and speak in the af ternoon, and at night he will give a stereopticon lecture on rural church work. - 0. E. S. Bazaar. The ladles of the order of the Eastern Star will conduct a Christ mas bazaar at the Harpole-Walker Co. furniture store Nov. 19. All mem bers are requested to send in their articles for the bazaar as soon as pos sible. The O. E. S. cook book of true and tried recipes for home cooking will be sold. Give your friend one for a Christmas present. '- Regular meeting of the O. E. S. Tuesday evening, Oct. 25, at the Ma sonic Hall at 7:30 o'clock. Play at Clayton. ; , Miss Willie Marshall, principal of the Clayton school, requests us to an nounce a home-talent play at the schoolhouse next Saturday night, Oct. 22. The title of the play, "How the Story Grew," ,a very interesting story with a good 'ca3t. Admission, 25 and 15 cents. School Entertainment. We ore requested v to announce an entertainment consisting of a negro play, songs and music, to be given at Dixie School near Fremont Friday night, October 21. An admission fee of ten and twenty cents will be charged. Your attendance would be appreciated. Parent-Teachers. The Parent-Teachers' Association will meet next Thursday afternoon, Oct. 27, at 3:15 o'clock, at the Cen tral School in the old building. At tendance urged. Preaching. i I will preach at Hount Zion Sun day morning at 11 o'clock, at Sa lem at 3 o'clock p.m. and at Mount Zion at 7 p.m. The League will meet at 6:30 sharp. Sunday will be my last appoint ment at Mount Zion for this confer ence year and I hope the friends will all be with us. G. W. EVANS. , Beech Church. We ere requested to announce that on next Sunday, October 23, W. B. M, dajbwill be obacrved at the 11 o'clock with special service, the pastor, Rev, R. L. Keathley, taking part. The C. E. also meets at 3 o'clock p.m. All are cordially invited to these and all other services at Beech. CP. Church Notes. Sunday school, 9:45 o'clock. Morning and evening worship at the usual hours. Sermon by the pas tor. Junior Christian Endeavor, 3 p.m. Senior Christian Endeavor, 7, p.m. Be sure and come as it will be a trip to the State Convention..' "' ;.: Baptist Church. A. R. McGEHEE, Pastor.' Sunday school, 9:30 a.m. Morning worship, 11:00 a.m. Evening worship, 7:30 p.m. B. Y. P. U., 6:30 p.m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30. Theme for Sunday morning: "The Red Trail." t Evening topic: "Investing in the Promises." -1 A cordial invitation to these serv ices is extended to the public. j City Ktaes.IF&m! Homes, Ciiitreftks, scores, lactones. Business inuim! w MHDM Mmhlsm all! CXI Home f I art S Worhm I H-oyiH,Twn. St, jnm cu-cn I n a at Tha.n Dalian I I w. ml I I Important Facts The CaloriC is the Pioneer and Leader of Pipeless heating and embodies basic patents which are essential to efficient pipe less heating and which imi tators dare not infringe upon. Every CaloriC is installed un der the direction of experi enced heating engineers which eliminates all chances of error. Because the CaloriC is right and superior to other methods of heating it is sold under the broadest guarantee ever put back of any furnace. To this guarantee of the makers of the CaloriC we add our own personal guarantee that the CaloriC will give you entire satisfaction and you alone ' will be the judge. Come to our store and let us show the most successful heating system of the age, the B tfagrl'll"l-"" V the heating system that is used in over 100,000 buildings in all sections of the country. the heating system that is guaranteed to give you all the heat you want, in every ' room, on the coldest days of winter. the heating system that will save lz to Vz your fuel bill, and banish from your home the drudgery and discomfort of old style heating methods. The CaloriC heats buildings of 18 rooms or less through one register. Installed in old homes or new in one to two days' time. No pipes, no plumbing. Low in first cost and lowest in upkeep. , - Decide today for the modern, comfort-giving, money-saving CaloriC. NAILLING-KEISER HDWE. CO. DEALERS Union City, Tenn. Two train loads of Shoes. Three train loads of 100 years old. . ' Underwear. A suit that would last a hundred years for a man or a boy would be some suit that is if it was worn every day. Now on the square, we have suits in our store that will last so long that you will get so tired of them that you will come back to our store and say that I want another suit, I am going to let my six-year-old boy wear it when he gets grown. Now on the square, the suits we have are just the thing for the young man and the settled man. They will wear well and. the styles are the latest, and are guaranteed. We will not handle anything in the cheap class. We are building our business on high class Merchandise. We will be glad to show these suits at any time. We make a suit fit if it cost us $5.00 to do so. We do not throw a suit on you and say give us the money. We say this needs this and that, and will have it made to fit. A. E. Kirkland. REASONABLE Four train loads of Shirts. Two ship loads of Stetson and Lion Brand Hats. Notice to Stockholders. The stockholders of the Obion County Telephone Company are here by notified that a meeting of the stockholders of said company will be held at the City Hall in Union City on Saturday, Oct. 22, 1921, at 2 o'clock p. m. Your attendance is needed and urged. J. H. TODD, Pres. Have a few hundred bushels choice seed wheat. Come early if you .want to be sure of being sup plied. CHERRY-MOSS GRAIN CO, Heal Equate Transfers. 1 B. F. Hawkins to S. W. Edwards, 75 acres. In No. 3, $3000. W. M. Miles, trustee, to J. D. Shap- pard et al., 178 acres in No. 3, 5969.30. W. M. Shaw et al. to Hal Bogle, 15, acres In No. 8, $1840. Jas. T. Chiles et al. to Sam A. Shore, lots In No. 15, $900. Addie Palmer et al. to H. G. Babb, 40 acres in No. 16, $550v. Artie L. Brice et al. to H. W. Mc- Clanahan, lot In No. 13, $4000. & H. Weaver et al. to R. Allen, 62 acrces in No. 1, $5600. County Court sale, Fullerton heirs, to Emerson Smith, lot in No. 8, $2980. N. B. Bushart et al. to R. W. Thompson, lot in No. 16, $1000. Marriage licenses. Elvis Jackson and Cora Provoe. Ed Pierce and Zola Tanner. Guy Yates and Miss Dula Adams. Hugh Sanders and Miss Pauline Jackson. . , Hubert Gibson ., and Miss Cleda Keeling. Paul Grugett and Miss Martha Rooney. Tom Breadlove and Miss Varline Canter.' Sandford Taylor and Miss Beatrice Canter. COLORED. Charlie Freeman and Edna Meach am. Bernice Stovall and Vennie Davis. The Commercial, Union City, Tenn. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1921. 6 6 6 ' cures Dengue Fever. STOMACH TROUBLE? Weakness?. Distress? - Ashland, Ky. "Many years ago my mother used Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery for her stomach. She had tak en treatment from physicians and had never obtained good results. After com mencing to take this remedy she noticed an improvement and I can say it surely helped her wonderfully. I am pleased to write this to let others know how this medicine helped our family. Any one will benefit by the 'Discovery if they will try ' it." Mrs. M. A. Brown, 64? -E. Carter "Ave. ' ' : .V-.- Obtain the Discovery in tablet, liq uid at your nearest drjisc store, or send 10c for trial package to Dr.; Pierce's In valids' Hotel in Buffalo, N. Y. and write for free medical advice. HEMSTITCHING. We do hemstitching and Picoting for the public. All work done promptly by experienced operator. Mail orders given special attention. SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO.