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The Commercial, Union City, Tenn.
, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 23, 1921. HEALTHFUL VIGOR HI STRONG BLOOD Xich, Ei Blood Built Up by Pepto Mangan Liquid or Tablet. Blood la strong and full of life giving rigor when there are plenty of red cells in it. Anaemic people hare little strength because there are aot enough red cells In the blood. It is thin and watery. Weak blood makes faces pale, pulls down the strength and leaves the body tired, -weak and sickly. A course in Gude's Pepto-Mangan restores weak blood to its normal strength. Taken regularly for a while it adds red cells to the blood. Then with good blood, the strength and rigor of youth return. There Is pleasure in living, with good blood running through the veins. Gude's Pepto-Mangan is put up in liquid and In tablet form. They are the same medicinally. Physicians have prescribed Gude's Pepto-Mangan for years. The name "Gude's Pepto Mangan" is on the package. Adv. Dear Santa Claus: Please send me a bundle of fire crackers and a Roman candle, some apples, orange? and lota of other good things to eat. C. P. Davis. Route 2, Troy, Tenn. Dear Santa Claus: Please bring me a nico big doll with sleepy eyes, a teddy beaT, hora, harp, story book, and plenty of ocd things to eat. Please .lon't forget daddy and moth er. I'm a i'.ttle giri C years old. Yours loviagly, Rcele Mai Ferguson. SANTA CLAUS LETTERS Dear Old Santa Claus: I am a lit tle girl three years old and I want you to bring me a doll, a teddy bear and lots of good things to eat, and don't forget my Undo Blue. I will try and be a good little girl if I get all of this. Your little girl, Lottie May Chappie. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy live years old. I want you to biing mo a gun, a knife, a little auto mobile and anything you have for little boys. Don't forge? my mom. Mama died since last Christmas. I am going to try and be good and help my mom. I am your littel boy, ;' Richard Osburn. Dear Santa: I am a little blue eyed girl 4 yer.rs old.' Will you please bring me a curly-heai doil, a piano, candy, apples, oranges and other things that are nice. Don't forget Kathleen, bubba, paa and mama. Your little friend Hattio Nell McDaniel. Union City, Route 2. Dear Santa Claus: I hope you don't forget me this Xmas, as I have moved from Union City to New Jer sey. I am a boy of 9 years and am in the 4th grade at school. I want you to bring me an air rifle, sled, story books, and lots of nice fruit. I have been a good bor and will look for you Xmas. I am, Your little boy, Cullie Eugene McRee. ; Camp Dix, N. J. Dear Sr,nta Claus: I am a little girl 3 years old. A have been good and nice and vant you to please bring me a nice doll, a trunk to put its clothes in,-a little bed so it can sleep a doH buggy and a silver horn to blow, and some more things, for girls like me. Oh, Santa, bring me EED U. S. ARMY COAT FOR MEN BIG VALUE Khaki, choice. ...60c All wool, choice ............... $2.50 Hurry, they wont last long, a CASH GROCERY CO. i L Jl 1 Ali7! Ira V JUL u 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 market handling products direct from the farmers. ; The Manufactured Products of this Mill now sold in by all Grocers and Feed Stores. Ask for them. The How billing Co. Whipple Goal Co. UNION CITY, TENN. r PHONE TILE FACTORY 151 y; See us for your supply, of winter Coal. GIBRALTAR and other Good Domestic COAL. GHRISTMS SANTA CLAUS HEADS IN WITH ALL GOOD THINGS COOK FOR CHRISTMAS. AT GRISSOM'S TO EAT AND . . Grissom's for Candy and Nuts , Grissom's for all kinds of Fruit ; -1 Grissom's for your Fruit Cake Grissom's for a can of Fruit Salad ; . Grissom's for a box of Apples -s Grissom's for everything - '.' Grissom's is the whole cheese : l Grissom's to get your box filled and -wrapped ready to send to your friend. So walk, ride or roll into GrissomVto get eats and service. Use us; we are your friends.-' 5 : ; ?'v -: ' "..A," -f J v- ' '.' -: Tfce GROCER E. P. GRISSOr.1 Groceries and Meats The GROCER t.' a tricycle bo I can ride like daddy. Bring me some apples, oranges, can dy, nuts and chewing gum. Please don't forget all of my cousins and my good little brother. Yours forever, Elizabeth Crawford. Union City, Tenn. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl nine years old. I live within three miles of the Shiloh battlefield I go to school every day that mama is not too sick. , I hope you will bring me some nice things for Xmas. Your little girl, Sallie Bet Wilson Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl three yearo old. I want you to bring me a little broom, a little doll, candy, apples, or?.nges and every thing to cct. Don't forget daddy and all the rest. I am, - Your little girl, Elbis Osburn. Dear Santa: I am a - little girl three years old and hare been a good girl. I want you to bring me A doll and a little stoveand dishes, oranges, apples and everything good to eat. Don't forget my Grandpa Williams. Bring him lots of good things to eat. , Your little girl, : Mary Arietta Williams. Dear Ola Santa Claus: We are two little school girls and are desk mates and will you r'ease bring us two dolls' that will go to sleep and walk,' a stove, tvo glad Ttngs, some apples, oranges and al! kinds of nuts. Don't forget our lit'le friends and school mates and our teacher. We will go to be early and be good. Your little girls, , "a ' ' Ruby and Ruth, Kenton, Tenn. ' . . , Uriion City, Tenn., Dec. 15,' 1921. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl 5 years old. I go to school at Gibbi and am in the primer. I. want you to please bring me a sleepy doll with hair on its bead, some apples, oranges, bananas, nuts and please don't forget little sister, mother and daddy, also my teacher, Mrs. Spicie Dowell, and visit all the little boys and girls. ; If nothing bap pens you will find me at the Christmas tree at Gibbs Your little girl. Iris Louise McDaniel. Route 6. ' Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl ve years bid. Have been going to school and like it fine and I want you to please bring me a big doll, a rocking chair and a little locket, some doll disb es, fruit of all kind. Don't forget moth er and daddy ' and ; my teacher, Mrs. Maggie Booduraot. . Your little girl, Evelyn McCain.:,,:.;;:!; ,YL;t4?i- Dear Santa Claus:-! amdaddy's little man and be'pTiim work all I can. Please bring me a stopper gun, a ham mer and a whistle, some nice fruits and candy and nuts.' Your little boy. Jas. McCain.' :" - "V t Sharon, Tenn., Dec. 14, 1021. Dear Santa: I want you to brinj; me a watch-band and a fur. If you can't bring the fur bring me something that is nice in the place of it. I want some apples, oranges, candy, nuts and figs. am 13 years old and in the 6th grade, think I will be ready for the 7th grade by close of school. I go to school every day. . Yours truly, Vera Weldon. ? , : Union City, Tenn.- Dear Santa.--I am a little boy 5 years old and I go to school, Please bring me an; air gun and fire works and lots of nice things to eat,' and don't forget my teacher, Mrs. Darnell. From your little boy B. F. Hayniej Jr. ' ; "' Union City, Tenn. Dear Santa: I am a little boy S years old. Please bring me a kiddy car, ABC blocks, apples, oranges and candy and anything you think would be nice for a three-year-old boy. From Paul Jackson Haynie. Hickman, Ky., Dec. 13, 1921. Dear Santa. I am a little girl 7 years old, am in the 2d grade. I want you to please bring me a pretty doll and a go cart to roll ber in, some real house slippers, a story book and some fire works, fruits and candy. I will go to bed early and be a good little girl till you come again. Margaret Logan. Union City, Tenn., Dec. 15 1921. Dear Santa: I am a good little girl and I want you to bring me a doll, ap ples, oranges, nuts, raisins and any thing else you think nice for a sweet little girl 3 years old. Don't forget mother, daddy and sister, also my little cousin, C. J. Hayes. Will be. a good little girl and look for you. Your lit tle friend. Annie Ruth McDaniel. 1 Cottage Grove, Tenn., Dec. 13, 1921 Dear Santa Claus; I am a little boy 7 years old and live near Bethany, Hen ry county. I attend the Center High School. My Sunday-school teacher is Miss Anna' Belle Blakemore, and I love to go to Sunday-school. Santa, please bring me a box of candy, sack of oranges, some apples, a pretty picture book, and please don't forget to bring Uncle Jim something nice, 'cause be has no little boys. Howard Harper Maban. ' , ; Cottage Grove, Tenn., Dec. 13, 1921. Dear Old Santa Claus:. The Union City Commercial is a welcome visitor to our home every week. . I saw so many nice letters from the little girls I, will write. 'Please bring me a doll that will go to sleep; bring me plenty of apples and candy so I can divide with my cousins. I attend school at Center and love my ' teacher and enjoy going to school. Mary Grace Maq ; Union City, Tenn., Dec 9, 1921 Dear Santa Claus: I am a boy nearly 7 years old. " Will you please bring me a bicycle for a little boy, air rifle, steam engine, fireworks, nuts and some fruit. Yours Robert Ashton Everett. . Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl four years old, and I want you to bring me some apples, oranges, candy and a big doll. - Please don't forget my sister and brother. Virginia Lee Tubbs. Union City, Tenn., Dec. 20, 1921. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl 3 years old. Please bring me a doll bed, a sleepy doll, boe, rake, spade,' a little wheel barrow and some apples, oranges and some figs. , And please don't for get little brother, Your friend. Mary Alice Logan. -. . .. , It Started Something I "Your medicine Is the talk of the town since pulling : me from the grave. ' I have told dozens about It and I know of at least ten who are now taking Mayr's Wonderful Rem edy, all with good results. I never saw, anything like it.; One man Who had been operated on for gall stones and had them come back,1 took it and says his symptoms are all gone now and ,' he I swears , he is cured. It is a . simple, harmless 1 preparation that removes the catarrhal . mucus from the intestinal, tract and allays the inflammation which, causes prac tically all stomach, liver, and intesti nal ailments,' including appendicitis. One dose. will convince or money re funded. Sold by Oliver's' Drug Store and druggists everywhere Everything m . Hardware . YOU CAN GET WHAT YQU, WANT ATOUR STORE. IT IS A PLEASURE FOR US TO SHOW YOU THE NEW EST IDEAS IN LABOR-SAVING TOOLS. WE ARE WIDR AWAKE TO EVERY PRACTICAL INVENTION THAT IS PUT ON THE MARKET. THIS IS WHY WE ARE ABLE TO MAKE AND HOLD NEW CUSTOMERS AND TO PLEASE OUR OLD ONES..; , ": WHEN YOU NEED HARDWARE COME TO US FOR IT. WE. SELL ALL THE FINEST UP-TO-DATE STYLES AND WE KNOW YOU WILL BE PLEASED WITH OUR PRICES. TOYS! TOYS! WE WANT EVERY BOY AND GIRL TO MAKE OUR BIG TOY DEPARTMENT, THEIR HEADQUARTERS AND. ENJOY A GOOD TIME WITH US. ' ' . SUGGESTIONS . FOR "HER" if ' Carving Sets , t , Silverware , i Table Cutlery 1 Electric Devices Casseroles r ' : . Percolators ,. ; Pyrex Ovenware , -HandpainteJ China Cut Glass ' Fancy Glassware Aluminumware ; Oi Heaters , , - Brass Fire Sets FOR "HIM Shaving Sets! ' Smoking Sets j Safety Razors Pocket Knives . Guns Tool Chests Flashlights ' Hunting Coats Tools Sporting Goods Foot Warmers Razor Strops Vacuum Bottles FOR "THE KIDS Games - - Electric TrainjV Coaster Wagons Skates . Velocipedes Kiddie Kara ' Automobiles : Dolls : Sleds Air Rifles Bicycles - ... ' Foot Balls ' ' Basket Balls WE WISH TO THANK EACH AND EVERY ONE OF OUR CUSTOMERS FOR THE PATRONAGE THEY HAVE GIVEN US DURING THIS YEAR. WE HAVE MADE AN EARNEST EFFORT TO PLEASE YOU AND TRUST THAT EVERY TRANSACTION HAS MET WITH YOUR SATISFACTION. WE EARNESTLY SO LICIT YOUR PATRONAGE DURING THE COMING YEAR. LET US WISH YOU ALL A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A VERY HAP PY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR. X , v Frank C. Wehman ' "GIFTS FOR EVERYBODY" ; CO AIL Cl:-. n...U r1i I imn fVial" ' C.nnA aa anv nrtnfi rwttp. Price is right All lumps, no slack. We load your wagoL KINDLING Cotton Seed For Planting Purposes. We have saved out of our ginning the very best sound, ., dry " f ' planting seed, and we know the kind you need. V, Wanted to buy some good dry Ear Com. ' City Goal Company t'.'i- Office and yard at F, L Pittman & Cos. old stand. Cumberland Telephone 346 Independent Tel. 15 t v THE COMMERCIAL PRINTING IS GOOD ENOUGH