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The Commercial, Union City, Tenn.
Quarterly Conferences. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 2, 1921. Democratic Ticket. For Sheriff J. W. (Wntt) Cherry Pot Trustee Armour katliff For County Court Clerk R. H. Bond For Circuit Court Clerk J. N. Huddle For Reifister W. J. Hd wards, Jr. THERE IS VIGOR IN RICH BLOOD Pepto-Mangan in Liquid or Tablets a Blood Builder. Vigor and strength have as their base rich red blood. Blood is rich when there are plenty of red cor puscles. They ure the tiny red cells which swim in blood and give it its color. Without red corpuscles blood vould be white, When overwork, or straining, or illness weakens the blood, it diminishes the number of red cells. Without a sufficient num ber of red cells the blood becomes watery, the body weak. Vigor and strength fell off, so that physical life diminshes like a fading plant. The physical pleasures of eating and sleeping and exercise lose all attrac tion. There is do zest in living. After Gude's Peric-Mangm has been taken for a vfcile the blood be comes rich with red cells. They help to nourish the entire system.' With good blood at woik there is a great difference in living. Eating, sleeping and exercise are enjoyed. All drug gists sell Gude's Pepto-Mangan. Adv The Presiding Elder, Rev. J. M. Pickens, announces the following dates for the first round of quarterly conferences. Fulton Station, Nov. 27. Union City Station, Nov. 27. Sharon and Mount Vernon, Dec. 3 and 4. Greenfield and Brock, Dec. 4, 5. Elbridge Circuit, Elbridge, Dec. 10, 11. Hornbeak Circuit, Hornbeak, Dec. 11. 12. f U Union City Circuit, Shady Grove, Dec. 17, 18: Martin Station, Dec. 18. Fulton Circuit, Palestine, Dec. 31, Jan 1. South Fulton Circuit, Walnut Grove, Jan. 1, 2. Kenton and Rutherford, Ruther ford, Jan. 7, 8. Trimble Circuit, Trimble, Jan. 8, 9. . Crystal, Hickman and Bondurant, Beech Creek, Jan. 14, 1". 'Hickman Station, Jan. 15, 16. Cayce Circuit, Crutchfield, Jan. 21, 22. Columbus Circuit, Oakton, Jan. 22, 23. Martin Circuit, Freeman's Chapel, Jan. 28, 29. Ralston Circuit, Ralston, Jan. 29, 30. Water Valley Circuit, Mount Mo riah, Feb. 4, 5. Obion, Rives and Sardis, Obion, Feb. 11, 12. Troy and Bethlehem, Troy, Feb. 12, 13. Ice all the year. Call 150. Just Received , CAR OF American EC ! 1 AT SPECIAL LOW PRICES Shore k Phebus Rives, Tenn. Uuu M I V UlU la 7 UNION CITY, TENN. Announces the DAHNKE-WALKER MILL in operation and now ready to receive EAR CORN IN ANY QUANTITY ! It is our purpose to maintain the highest possible grain markets handling products direct from the farmers. The Manufactured Products of this Mill now sold by all Grocers and. Feed Stores. Ask for them. The Motlow Milling Co, SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. Cementing Family Ties r Many families living at a distance are talking to each other regularly one night every week. . Why not have n g with relatives or friends in other cities to talk on the long distance Bell telephone some night each week? Station to station calls made between . '8:30 P. M. and 4 :30 A. M. cost 50 to 75 per .cent less than day calls. Reverse calls'or appointment calls can mot be made at these low rates. Ask Long. Distance for rates and details. 'CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated Bazaar Shower. The Christian Endeavor Society of the C. P. Church gave a shower for the church bazaar at the home of Mrs. J. A. Prieto Monday evening, This was decidedly the best f many socials, and as in all affairs of the kind in this home was enjoyed by all present. Delicious refreshments were served after the close of the carefully planned program. ' Roper-Shaw. Miss Oma Shaw, of State LJne, and Mr. Cecil Roper, of Hickman, were married In Union City on Saturday morning, the 26th ult., at the manse on Church street, Rev. W. B. Cun ningham officiating. The young people were accom panied by Editor Roney, of the Hick man Courier. They are connected with prominent families of Fulton County and popularly esteemed. Homecoming. ' ThankEgivlng proved to be a de lightful homecoming for the children and grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. White on South Ury street. ' Mr. and Mrs. White feel a real Thanksgiving spirit since they have been so wonderfully blessed in the rearing of their family. Not only are they gratified for a home, food and raiment, but for the reason that out of a chain-gang of Beven chil dren there is not a missing link. At the hour of one p.m. a long talk was arranged. After sincere thanks be ing offered by their single daughter, Miss Hallie, all enjoyed to the fullest the feast. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. W. T. White, of Union City, and Rel ma Lee, their little daughter, who has made her homo with her grand mother In Murray, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. C. Ej Sandefer- and family, of Dres don p, Mr.? any Mrs. Otis Rawla and family, of Union City; Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Woods, of Dresden; Mr. and Mrs. M-H, Rose and their little three- year-old daughter, of Dukedom; Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt White, or Union City, and Miss Hallie White. In the afternoon a 3hort program was rendered. A reading by Dorothea Dean, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Rose; song by Relma Lee White and Rheupane Rawls; reading by Elsia Mai, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sandefer; stories for the little folks by Mrs. W. T. White; readings for both young and old by Miss Hallie White. The only thing that kept the day from being completely enjoyed was the rainfall, which prevented their going to church. All report a delightful reunlcn. U. C. H. S. NOTES. The Allen and Wilnonlan literary societies rendered a very interesting program before the Junior and Se nior High School last Wednesday. The program was very appropriate as there were several things on Thanksgiving. Several members of our faculty spent the Thanksgiving holidays out of town. Miss Covington visited her sister in Henderson. Miss Barton and Mr. Shceley spent them at their re spective homes. Mrs. Payne visited her sister at Martin and Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Thomas visited Dr. and Mrs. E. E. Northern at Jackson. Dr. Northern holds the chair of Greek in Union University. , All in the High School, both fac ulty and students, have returned to work much refreshed by the holidays. We are looking forward to the State Hi-Y Conference which con venes here next Friday and continues thru Sunday. There will be a great thing for the people of Union Ciity, because the boys will visit our city from all over the State and will car ry away the impression of our city. Let us co-operate and give them a good time. The game between U. C. H. S. and Trimble H. S. was called off on ac count of rain. Now that the foot ball season has closed .our attention has turned to boys' basket ball and we are expecting a very successful season. Our girls defeated Trimble H. S. on their court last Friday night by a score of 21-7. Although they were not treated very cordially and were given a rush trip they scored in them and played some good ball. Especial mention must be given the substi tute, Elizabeth Lovelace, forward, who. took Virginia Blanton's place. Be on the watch for the big Troy game. The Lillian Johnston Company. Lillian Johnston, lyric soprano, reader, pianist, and Florence Arm strong, mezzo-soprano, pianist, will appear here at Reynolds Theatre Monday night, Dec. 5. Southern and Colonial songs presented in special costsumcs are a feature of the pro grams given by this splendid com pany. Both Miss Johnston and Miss Arm strong are entertainers of rare abil ity. The varied program offerings, which in addition to distinctive song numbers include clever imper sonations and instrumental selec tions, are sure to plea3o the entire audience. Just recently the company made an extended Western tour, and every where was hailed with enthusiasm. These successes are sure to bo re peated the coming season. The Lillian Johnson Company is an organization which possesses in high degree the power to entertain. Admission, 35 and 50 cents. lillinery Sale As long as they Jast we are going to clean up our entire lot of Ladies' Hats. Values up to 6, for $1.00 to $1.98 McELROY'S 5 and lOc Store Beauty and Health Go Hand in Hand Here is Sound Advice for All Women Covington, Ky. "For a long time I suffered severely every month with head ache and pains in my back and limbs. Then I began using Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription and I can testify that it gave me much relief and that it has been the same great benefit to my daughter for similar trouble. All women who suffer with trouble of a feminine character should try Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre scription." Mrs. Ella Mullins, 2037 Center St. Start on the road to Health and Beau ty by obtaining this "Prescription" of Dr. Pierce's from your neighborhood drug gist, in tablets or liquid. Write Dr. Pierce, president Invalids' Hotel in Buffalo, N. Y., for free medical advice. COAL Elite and Beeck Creek Lump Coal. Good as any, none better. Price is right. All lumps, no slack. We load your wagon. KINDLING Cotton Seed For Planting Purposes. We have saved out of our ginning the very best sound, dry planting seed, and we know the kind you need. Wanted to buy some good dry Ear Corn. City Coal Company Office and yard at F. L Pittman & Cos. old stand. Cumberland Telephone 346 Independent Tel: 158'' NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. Mary Francis Parker vs. Will B. Parker. Petition Divorce. In the Circuit Court of Obion County, Tenneseo. To Will B. Parker. A bill for divorce has-been sworn to and filed In this Court, which bill avers that you are a non-resident of the Stato of Tennesseo and a resident unknown so that the ordinary proc ess or lav can net do servea upon you. This is therefore to notify you the said Will B. Parker, defendant In above styled cause, to appear be fore the Circuit Court of Obion Ccun ty, Tenn., on or before the first Mon day in January, 1922, and make de fense to said bill filed against you or the sama will be taken for confessed ,nd proceeded with ex parte ii8 to you. o o This Nov. 23, 1921. J. N. RUDDLE, Clerk. Geo. R. Kenney, Sol. for Com pit. w America ire Jrence New Car Just Received at Much Reduced Prices. SPECIAL PRICES MADE ON LARGE QUANTITIES Get our prices before YOU BUY Bennett-McDade Hardware Co. TROY, TENN. Phone No. 12.- THE COMMERCIAL PRINTING IS GOOD t ENOUGH