Newspaper Page Text
The Commercial, Union City, Tenn.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ft FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 25, 1921. Y..H. -FORRESTER CAFE and ' RESTAURANT Candy, Soft Drinks, Cigars, Tobacco and Everything Good to Where Quality and Prices Meet We are again receiving plenty of BON AIR Cumberland Block AND TRADEWATER COA We are not handling any inferior grades to sell cheap. Bundle Kindling UNION CITY ICE and COAL CO PHONE ISO E. V. Youngblood.D.V.M. GRADUATE VETERINARIAN , Office: Corunri IJvery Stable Both phone: Office 220. Residence 312 Dr. W. J. Jones DENTIST I Union City, Tenn. 107 Church St. Cumb. Phone 214-J T, ( Cumberland 461 eIePhneS: I County 262 .... . Dr. C. E. Upchurch DENTIST Over Mr. Arnn'i Millinery Store Union City, : : : Tenn. THE MILLING HOSPITAL SEVENTH YEAR A Modern Surgical Institution. . Competent Trained Nurse DR. W. A. NAILLING. . . . .Chief Surgeon Onion City, Tenn. Both Phone 41. nnnnnnnnnnnnn a i. a ItiriiffAQtifin n UlUiVUUVU Q a a a v Many persona, otherwise vigorous and healthy, are bothered occasionally with Indigestion. The effects of a disordered ' stomach on the system are dangerous, and prompt treatment of Indiges tion is important. "The only medicine I have needed has been something to aid diges tion 'and clean the liver," writes Mr. Fred Ashby, a McKinney, Texas, farmer. "My medicine is Thedford's n a CLACK-DRAUGHT n for indigestion and stomach' trtnhU m ftnv rind. T hnva Q never found anything that f touches the spot, like Black ti DrauKht I take it in broken Q doses after meals. For a long Q time I tried pills, which grip- SZ 'ed and didnt give the good U results. , Black-Draught liver n medicine is easy to take, easy S to keep, inexpensive." Get a package from your Q druggist today Ask for and Q insist upon TfcedXorfl'a the only genuine. , . O Get It today. no ' em no UOOOODOOODOim D a Postmaster Davy Crockett, of Troy, was a Monday visitor. Mrs. J. S. O'Sulllvan was a visitor this week in Memphis. Better get your blanket at Har-pole-Walker Furn. Co. W. J. Erwin, of Troy, the well known lumber dealer, was a visitor Monday. Col. Frank Stanley has returned from Hickman after an illness of sev eral days. Fresh Oysters at Burdicks. Phone 185. Mrs. Orie Brown and Mrs. Joe Clark, of Rives, wee in the city Monday shopping. Mrs. John Roberts, of Troy, was a visitor here last week in the home of Mrs Jas. Osborne. Dry kindling at Union City Ice & Coal C C. A. Davis, principal uf the Troy Special High School, was a business visitor here last week. Miss Bess Reeves is spending the holidays in Lebanon as the guest of Col. and Mrs. C. M. Mathls. Go to Corum's for soft drinks, fruits and candy. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Weaks, of Ful ton, were here . Wednesday night to attend the Wednesday Bridge Club Mr. Ralph Quinn, of the Lake County Manufacturing Co., was a vis itor last week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Quinn. Fresh Oysters at Burdicks. Phone 185. Mrs. Sadie Carter, Mrs. Louis Chiles and Miss Alma Wheeler, of Number Seven, were In the city last Saturday as visitors. ' Mrs. Randolph Holwan, formerly Miss Isabella Everett, of Harris, was a visitor last week in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.'KHX Everett What you need most is a blanket now. Harpole-Walker Furn. Co, Mr. Avrle Coble, who has been traveling out of Chicago as salesman for one of the wholesale houses, was a visitor at home this week in Union City. Mrs. Bob Irvine Taylor, of Sarah, Miss., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Alford,' In Fulton. She will be joined by Mr. Taylor, for a holiday visit. , Mr. Paul Nailling has returned from Denver, Colo., feeling consider ably Improved in health. He is en joying a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Nailling. Mr. Pete Cherry, of Garden City, La., was a visitor here last week with old-iime friends, visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Elam and Mr. and Mrs. John Elam. If you want the nicest Christ mas gift for the least money shop at the Methodist bazaar. Prices to suit all rocketbooks. December 2 and 3 Harpole Walker Furniture Co. ' Mrs. C. F. Devenish and little daughter, Cecile Frances, of Ashe vllle, N. C'are guests at the home of Mrs. Devenish's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Campbell, west of the city. - " 7 Mr. and Mrs. C. B. White, of Mur- freesboro, and Mr. and Mrs. N. O. White and son, James - Reeves, of Dyersburg, are here as holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Reeves and family. The friends of Rev. and Mrs. J Randall Farris, Savannah, Ga., con gratulate them on the occasion ac companying the visit of a little lady, the fifth of the little sisters, who are very charming and kindly remem bered here. Mrs. Joe Kirby, of San Francisco, Cal., arrived in the city last Monday on her way to New York City to spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Clyde Duree. Mrs. Kirby met a large number of her former Union City friends and went down to Ken ton to visit relatives and friends at the old homestead. Mrs. Wilton Bludworth, of Jordan, was in the city last week arranging for a play, "Farm Folks," presented at the Jordan High School Thursday night. We venture that the per formance was a good one. Frank Key, Fred Key, W. L. Jonakin, Fred Hudson, Ervin Shelter, Thclma Blud worth, Julia Alexander, Marlon Mitchell, Clara .McDaniel, Eva Jones, Ruby Jonakin wero in the cast. Rev. and Mrs. R. A. Clark are now located in Memphis and Presiding Elder and Mrs. J. K. Pickens are domiciled in the parsonage on Col lege street. Rev. Clark and family received a very warm welcome from the parishioners of the minister's new charge, tne union Avenue Church, and the people of this .dis trict with ono mind and spirit tender them the kindest and richest expres sions of esteem and good will. Rev. and Mrs. Pickens are also receiving cordial reception in Union City. They were hosts of a meeting Mon day night at the Methodist Church. ' iMf , lf. 1 , . , , , j -Tii ' r in I niniiiri-iiin-. 1 Before you decide on your Christmas phonograph : Kffli " 1 OPINION be it yours or your neighbors, is. likely to prove be hind the times. There have been new de velopments in the phono graph field. J Mr. Edison has made fur ther important contributions to the cause, of music in the home. Our Turn -Table Compari son brings out all this won derful progress. It reveals exactly now the various pho nographs compare today, and divulges the , secret of. what it all means in terms of home-music. Note the illustration! The turn-table is a revolving plat form. On it are the four lead ing makes of phonographs. Each instrument thus plays in the same room, from the same position. By using re cordings made by the same artists, an absolutely scientific comparison is obtained. You are buying your pho nograph for a life-time. It is highly important that you hear the Turn-Table Com parison, and know the one instrument which brings music's true beauties and real benefits. This comparison is con ducted as a public service. So, don't hesitate to come in.' You arc cordially welcome. CHAS. DIETZEL, Jeweler yMdeM tohatr ' baxmst UNION CITY, TENN. Notice to Manufacturers r ' The talkfaxg-machines used in these tests are kept by uj in die best possible condition. Manufacturers of such machines or their representatives are invited to inspect them, or to tubsti- tiitm tfkr mjkin. rf tK c.m mt rf .K.!r rtuvn fteieCttOll. of equal or greater value, at any time during business uajpairig SOCIAL AND PEESONAI. Sice-Barrett. Harold Rice and Miss Martha Bar rett, two popular' members of the younger social circle of this city, gave their friends a surprise Wed nesday ' afternoon when they em barked upon the matrimonial seas together. They drove over to Union City where the ceremony was per formed, the pastor of the Methodist Church, Rev. E. M. Mathis, officiat ing. After the ceremony they left for Gibbs, where they boarded an I. C. train for Memphis, there to spend a short honeymoon, after which they will return , to Hickman and make their home with the groom's mother. Mrs. A. 0. Caruthers. The bride is the youngest daughter of H. C. Barrett and wife, is a charm ing young lady, who by her winning ways and bright disposition has made a large circle of friends in the city. She was a senior in the Hickman High School, having attended school in the morning of her wedding day. The groom is a popular yoking man of this city, an industrious and af fable nature . indicating brilliant prospects for him. At present he is associated with C. H. Pate, as the representative of the R. H. Rust Ford Agency, of Union City. The Courier extends heartiest con gratulations. Hickman Courier. Afternoon Tea. Miss Edith Glover , entertained a number of her friends at her home Saturday, Nov. 19, 1921,, with an af ternoon tea. Among the guests pres ent were Misses Viola Wuench, Cara V. Scott, Mary Fort Phebus, Mildred Bushart, Elizabeth Lovelace and Genola Cunningham. They played games and had a delightful time af ter which a delicious salad course was served. The guests left saying they enjoyed the afternoon very much. " Tones-Alexander. Mr. J. D. Jones, a well known cit izen, and Miss Annie Alexander, one of the most popularly esteemed la-, dies of Woodland Mills, were united in marriage on the 16th Inst., Rev. N. M. Stigler officiating. " The contracting parties are natives of the vicinity of Woodland Mills. They are connected by kinship with a number of the prominent families of that place, and are congratulated by a host of warm friends. , A fine assortment of blankets at Harpole-Walker Furn. Co. OHJIR MOTTO; Not How Cheap, But How Good. We want your trade solely upon the mer-, its of our goods. A satisfied customer is the kind of adver tisement we want. Come to us for anything you need for your Fruit Cake. ' ' ' We are the home of the very best of every thing in Groceries and Meats. A few more cans of those cheap Peaches and Apricots. Tbs GROCER E. P. GRISS0T.1 ! Groceries and Meats v l ! J J j) : It 1 11 I r 1 t v i ! J GROCER A. i A -A