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Farm Insurance
Jno. T. Walker (Si Go.
PHONE 118.
CLASSIFIED ADS
WANTED Veal calves, Telephone
34.0-W, Herman Scates. S2-t
FOR RENT Two large rooms;
see Mrs. C. H. Pate, 513 East Vine
street. ' 36-lt
FOR SALE Some good second
hand typewriters. Phone 317.
32-tf S. E. BYRN.
FOR RENT Three rooms with
bath. Apply to Mrs. Lula Beaver,
North Morgan street. 36-lt
FOR RENT Unfurnished rooms.
Call Cumb. Phono 248. P. I. Chan
dler, 609 Main street. 36-tf
. FOR SALE Pair number one 5-year-old
mules. Will take In good
driving or saddle mare or horse. 36-1
DR. E. M. YOUNGBLOOD.
LESPEDEZA For prices on Les
pedeza seed and any information in
regard to growing same write to J. 0.
Doran, Kenton, Tenn. 35-tf
TURKEYS I hav a fine lot of
turkeys to let out on the shares. Call
on. or address Geo. P. Moody, Union
City. Tenn.. Cumb. Phone 206. 34tf
FOR SALE All the turnips you
want at 50 cents a bushe 1. 34-tf
W. R. BOWEN,
R. F. D. No. '3, Hickman, Ky
WANTED Mrs. R. F. B. Logan
wants to dress your dolls for Christ
mas. Phone 325, residence corner
College and Homo. 35-2t
FOR RENT Two or turee rooms,
unfurnished or partly furnished. Lo
cation second block south of post
office. A. S. CURRY.
FOR SALE Bred gilts, Grade
Hampshires bred to pure bred Hamp
shire boar, weight about 150 pounds.
Prices re&sonable, not fancy. Can
bo seen at my farm in Number Three,
one mile east of Fish Gap.
36-tf - 1 G. P. ELLISON.
FOR SALE Cypress boards, $1.00
per hundred; shingles $7.50 per hun
dred; cypress lumber at $2.00 per
hundred; and all other kinds of lum
ber cheap. J. J. SIMMONS,
35-4p R.F.D. No. 1, Rives, Tenn!
TYPEWRITERS
Cleaned and Repaired.
Staffords Superfine Ribbons
Cumb. phone 317
S. EL BYRN
HOW'S YOUR HEALTH ?
Harrison Shepard Tells You How
' ' to Improve It
Elgin, Tenn. "I can say that Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and
the Pleasant Pellets have been the means
of restoring my health. I was weak and
run-down, naa such headaches, and my
kidneys were out of order. It waw mis
ery (or me to walk around. I begSra tak
ing the 'Golden Medical Discovery' and
the 'Pleasant Pellets' and they put me on
the road to good health right away. I
want to speak a good word for Dr.
Pierce's remedies to all sufferers."
Harrison Shepard, R. F. D. 1, Box 18.
" Start right dv obtaining this 'Discov
ery' at once from your neighborhood
druggist in tablets or liquid, or write to
Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel in Buffalo,
N. Y for free medical advice.
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
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Makes Hens Lay
Gets the eggs in any weath
er. It Is easily given in the
feed and doesn't force or
hurt the hen in any way. Don Sung
is a real tonic, Try it if it doesn't
pay for itself and pay you a good profit
besides, your money will be promptly
refunded. Trial size 50 cents.
Incubators and Brooders.
WEH&AN'S HARDWARE STORE.
- Read our bargain offer elsewhere.
UNION CITY, TENN.
The Commercial, Union City, Tenn.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1921.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Fountain Pens, Dietzel's.
Dr. Little, of Martin, was a visitor
here this week.
Rub-My-Tism for Rheumatism.
A Train Load of Toys just ar
rived at Wehman's.
Miss Biggs, of Martin, was visiting
in the city Monday.
Fresh Oysters at Burdicks. Phone
185.
Mrs. Ellen Atkins has been quite
sick at home this week.
To break a cold take $66.
' Mr. Will McAdoo has been sick
this week with la grippe.
Blankets at special prices at
Morgan-Verhine Co.
Mrs. J. W. McCorkle Is able to be
out after a few days illness.
Xmas Cards, Dietzel's.
Mrs. William Parrish, of Martin
was shopping here Monday.
1 The best is the cheapest In coal
Call 150.
Miss Mayme Doyle has been called
to see a patient at Trenton.
High-grade furniture varnish
$2.50 per gallon. Red Spot Store,
Washington avenue.
Mrs. F. Smith, of Marsha, was a
visitor in Union City Tuesday.
Eversharp Pencils, Dietzel's.
Dr. Damon Latimer and children
are visiting relatives at Trimble.
To prevent a cold take 666.
Mr. Paine Bransford, of St. Louis,
was hero the middle of the week.
Subscriptions taken for all mag
azines. Mrs. C. L. Ridings, Phone
603. 37-4t
Mr. ahd Mr. Ragsdale; of"" Mc
Anna, were visitors in the city Wed
nesday.
Extra fancy new crop N. O.
'lasses; genuine Ohio River Salt in
sacks and barrels, ' WOOSLEY'S. "
Mrs. Wm. Stewart and Miss Clara
Letton, of Troy, were visitors In this
city Tuesday.
Come to Fulton Skating Rink.
Hours. 6 to Sr. Ladies, free; gents,
25c. Plenty amusement.
H. L. HARDY, Prop.
Mrs. Frank King and Mrs. Allen
Pyles, of Obion, were shopping here
Saturday. ,
-Xmas Cards, Dietzel's.
Dr. X N. Johnson and daughters,
of Martin, were in the city tor a
short while Monday.
666 cures Quills and Fever.
Miss Maxle Evans, of Hickman,
was visiting with friends here Mon
day. . ,
Boys and Girls, if you really
want to visit Toyland come to Weh
man's.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Jones, of Cool
Springs, were shopping here Wednes
day. -
' Oliver's Drug Store guarantees
MI-O-Na stomach tablets to prompt
ly relieve after dinner distress and
Indigestion or money back.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Nolen en
Joyed a motor trip this v. eek to Pa-
ducah.
Floor brushes, $2.00; window
brushes with long' handles, $1.25
each. Reft Spot Store, Washington
avenue. '
Mrs. J. M. Cole, of Huntingdon, is
spending the weeek visiting with rel
atives here. .
New model fur trimmed suits
reduced half price at Morgan-Ver
hine Co.'
The Worlds Greatest
Spectacle
"DECEPTION"
JIMMIE'S
PLAYHOUSE
Monday, December 5.
All Seats Reserved
55c,
ONE DAY ONLY
Matinee 2:30.
" Nite 7:30
Better Buy Now
3
Mrs. C. M. Mooro. of Tupelo, Miss.,
is a visitor In Union City with many
old-time friends.
Diamonds, Dietzel's. - 36-3t
Miss Louise Briggs has returned
from a visit to Paducah with rela
tives and friends.
666 cures Bilious Fever.
Mrs. Davy Crockett and Miss Sal
lie Crockett, of Troy, were in the
city Monday as visitors.
New stock window glass, all
clsses; wind shields for automobiles.
Red Spot Store. Washington ave
nue.
Miss Fannie Mott Driskill has re
turned from a visit in Mayfleld with
Mrs. Will Ed Shelton, Jr. '
You are cordially Invited to
visit our Big Toy Department. ,We
have a complete line of Christmas
goods and our prices are 'way down
Wehman's.
Miss Kathleen Arnold returns this
week to St. Louis after a pleasant
Thanksgiving visit at home in Union
City. 1 -
Xmas Cards, Dietzel's.
Mrs. Sam Easterwood and children
are in the city this week visiting at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. East
erwood.
A splendid four-cap cook stove,
almost cheap. See it at store.
. SAM'L D. WOOSLEY.
Mrs. Willis Bell and little daugh
ter have returned to their home in
Starkville, Miss., after a visit here
with Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Craig.
666 cures Malarial Fever.
Mrs. Bethel Cockrlll has returned
to her home in Jack3on after spend
ing tho Thanksgiving holidays here
with her mother, Mr. Annie Morgan.
Dry kindling at Union City Ice
& Coal C.
Elder John R. Williams, the well
known and recognized prophet and
citizen "of his bailiwick, Number
Five, was up Wednesday from Horn
beak. !
Ladies, have your old suits made
over into pretty dresses. Also plain
and fancy sewing. Prices reasona
ble. Mrs. Lula Simmons, 704 South
First street, Union City, Tenn. 35-4p
Miss Heln Dahnke is assistant at
the office of tho Trustee of Obion
County to expedite the work of the
Trustee during the tax gathering
period.
Eversharp Pencils, Dietzel's.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, of Mcken
zie, were in the city this week visit
ing Rev. and Mrs. W.B. Cunningham,
motoring out to Ebenezer to visit
Rev. Cunningham's parents.
Be sure to see the suits and
dresses on sale at Morgan-Verhine
Co. for, half price.
Mrs. R. F, B. Logan and little
daughter, Rutfa, of DeLeon, Texas,
are in the city visiting the home of
Mrs. Logan's mother, Mrs. G. B.
Threlkeld.
Red Spot house paint, $3.25 per
gallon; Red Spot flat coater, $2.75
per gallon; Red Spot stucco coater,
3.15 per gallon; Red Spot concrete
coater, $3.15 per gallon; paints and
varnishes for all purposes.' R. C.
Woods end J. M. Russell's Red Spot
Store. '
Sam D. Cochran, of Lottie, La.,
was here this week mingling with
quite a number of hl3 old-time
friends. Mr. Cochran states that
Wilson & Cochran, manufacturers
and exporters of Southern pine, etc.,
aro not extremely optimistic about
any sudden return in big business.
- Breaks up a cold In six hours;
nothing gives quicker relief in
coughs and colds than Hyomei. Goes
right to the spot and kills the germs.
Money back If it fails. Oliver's Drug
Store.
Mrs. J. J. Miller, local registered
nurse, will again answer professional
calls, with the exception of emer
gency, operative- and obstetrical de
livery. , Work will be confined to
Union City. Charges will be made
for hour work from 8 o'clock a.m.
to 5 o'clock p.m., as follows: First.
hour, $1; each additional hour, 50
cents. No calls taken for less than
two hours. Obstetrical delivery fee,
a fee of $5 will be asked unless du
ration of labor exceeds eight hours,
then 50 cents an hour will be added
to regular charges. If after care is
desired the regular charges for hour
work will be observed. Operative;
5 for minor,' $10 for major opera
tion. After care Same as night work.
Night charges according to rates
specified under head- of hour work.
No calls for 24-hour work will be
taken. This type of service should
appeal especially to people not wish
ing to pay the regular graduate
nurse's fees. 36-lt
$100 Reward, $100
Catarrh is a local disease greatly Influ
enced by constitutional condition. It
therefore requires constitutional treat
ment. HALL'S UATAKKH MrcmuiJNiS
Is taken internally and acts through the
Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the Sys
tem. HALL'S CATARRH
destroys the foundation of the disease,
gives the patient strength by improving
the general health and assists nature In
dolnc its work. S10O.0O for env case ol
Catarrh that HALL'S CATARRH
MEDICINE falls to cure.
Druggists. 75o. Testimonials free
F. J. Cheney ft Co., Toledo, Ohio.
RED GROSS GIVES
ANNUAL BUDGET
$19,361,657 Allotted for Cur-
rent Program of Relief
and Service.
Medical Aid for European Chil
dren Will Cost $6,000,
000 This Year.
i
Washington. Expenditures totalling
(19361,657 for carrying through Its
program of relief and services in the
United States and overseas are oat-
lined In the budget f the American
Red Cross for the current fiscal year.
This total is more than $5,000,000 lov
er than the expenditure during th
laat fiscal year, when the disbars
mants reached $24,492,741, it is an
nounced at National Headquarters In
a statement " calling attention to the
necessity of continued support of tht
organization by response to the An
nual Roll Cail, November 11 to 24,
If the vital work of the society is to
be effectively carried on.
Outstanding among the items of the
domestic budget Is the appropriation
of $3,609,256 for work in behalf of
the disabled ex-service man and his
family. This appropriation represents
the amount alloted to this wofk from
National Headquarters only and does
net take into consideration the mil-
liens being spent in chapters for re
lief of the World War veteran. It
is in the chapter that the greater
amount Is spent In meeting this obli
gation of the Red Cross, the announce
ment continues, as manifested by fig
ures of the fiscal year 1920-1921 when
the total was approximately $9,000,
OOO, v of which $2,692,094 represented
the disbursement of National Head
quarters while the remainder was the
chapters' contribution to this field of
Red Cross service.
Vast Werk for Disabled
Chief among the sub-divisions of
the appropriation for work with vet
erans is that which concerns itself
with assistance to disabled men and
women in government hospitals. This
item of $1,790,000, an increase of more
than $500,000 over the appropriation
for the same work in last year's bud
get, will provide those personal serv
ices for the disabled and their families
which are indispensable to supplement
those provided by the government
The director of the Veterans' Bureau
has recently expressed his desire that
the Red Cross shoulu continue and
extend these "humanizing services."
Other items of the appropriation for
veterans' relief are 'proportionately in
creased. An additional appropriation
of $469,600 has been made for Red
Cross work In connection with regu
lar Army and Navy hospitals and
with the regular Army and Navy. ,
, For disaster relief, the Red Cress
has set aside for the current twelve
months an appropriation of $543,976,
virtually doubling the appropriation
for the same purpose for the fiscal
year 1920-1921.
If ere than $2,000,000 Is provided for
service Snd assistance to the, 8,600
Red Cross chapters by the national
organization.
Helping Destitute Children
Other items of the domestic budget.
Include $498,646 for miscellaneous ac
tivities," including contributions , re
stricted for special purposes and $768,
600 for management Each of these
Items represents large reductions over
similar appropriations of the previous
year.
From a fund of $10,000,000, $5,000,
000 of which was contributed through
the European Relief Council campaign
and $5,000,000 allotted by the Red
Cross fox child welfare work In
Europe, there remains $8,765,108 still
available, of which it is estimated
that $6,000,000 will be required for
this work during the current year.
For Red Cross participation in the
Joint effort to relieve famine condi
tions in Russia, for final work In the
China famine, for Junior Red Cross
and other overseas activities Including",
the closing, of the old general relief
program in Europe $4,978,000 is made
available. '
In announcing the national budget,
the Red Cross makes it clear that
the figures do not include chapter ex
penditures or place any cash estimate
on the invaluable service of volun
teers in chapters.
CARRYING ON
SERVICE FOR
DISABLED VETERANS
OF THE WORLD WAR
THAT IS COSTING
$10,000,000 A YEAR,
THE AMERICAN
RED CROSS IS HELPING
FULFILL THIS -NATION'S
OBLIGATION
TO ITS DEFENDERS.
HELP THE RED CROSS
CONTINUE THIS WORK
BY ANSWERING THE
ANNUAL ROLL CALL '
NOVEMBER 11-24, 1921.
Read our bargain offer elsewhere.
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, IN OUR HARDWARE STORE YOU CAN FIND GIFTS FOR
EVERY MEMBER OF YOUR
FRIENDS. COME IN AND SEE
YOUR MONEY WILL "GO FAR" IN OUR HARDWARE
STORE. BECAUSE WE HAVE
SMALL PRICES.
COME IN AND BUY NOW
CRUSH.
TOYS!
WE WANT EVERY BOY
TOY DEPARTMENT THEIR
A GOOD TIME WITH US.
FOR "HER"
Carving Sets
Silverware
Table Cutlery
Electric Devices
. . Casseroles
Percolators
Pyrex Ovenware
Handpainted China
Cut Glass
Fancy Glassware
. Aluminumware
Oil Heatersj
Brass Fire Sets
FOR "HIM"
Shaving gets
Smoking Sets
Safety Razors
Pocket Knives
Guns
Tool Chests
Flashlights
HuntiDg Coats
iTools
Sporting Goods
Foot Warmers
Razor Strops
Vacuum Bottles
Frank C.
-GIFTS FOR
OUR 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.
E. P. 6RISSQM
Groceries and Meats
The GROCER
TheRoad
to quickProfits
THE Purina System is guar-
anteed to make chicks grow
twice as fast, during the first
six weeks, as a grain ration.!
This rapid all'round develop
ment continues to maturity, g
This is because the Purina
System supplies a perfectly
balanced diet for blood,
nerves, feathers, frame and
tissues. Grain is not
properly balanced.
Rapid Development
Important
Your profits from fall
and winter eggs and your
income from broilers de
pend on rapid develop
ment novo. (The Purina ,
Chow habit leads to the
profit column.
Sold in Checkerboard
Bags Only
Merrv
Christmas fteseritsi
ihle.
HOUSEHOLD AND FOR YOUR
WHAT WE HAVE FOR THEM.
ATTRACTIVE PRESENTS FOR
v
BEFORE THE CHRISTMAS
TOYS!
AND GIRL TO MAKE OUR BIG
HEADQUARTERS AND ENJOY
SUGGESTIONS .
FOR "THE KIDS"
Games
Electric Trains
Coaster Wagons
Skates
Velocipedes
Kiddie Kars
Automobiles
Dolls
Sleds
Air Rifles
Bicycles
Foot Balls
Basket Balls
Wehman
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