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id, Union City, Tenn. 1 LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
February 3. 1922.
j. F. Roper, Physician,
Wa;ti;n KniMi'nffAn Firflt. sf.rpfif; And 1R
. lauuug waaus w
now located at the Bed Star Drug Store,
Main t treet.
. We are again receiving
We are not handling any
inferior grades to sell cheap.
ICE and COAL CO.
THE MILLING HOSPITAL
A Modern Surgical Institution.
Competent Trained Nurses
DR. W. A. NA1LLING Chief Surgeon
(jnion City, Tenn. Both Phone 41.
. . I Cumberland 461
Telephones: j 262 . . .
Dr. C. E. Upchurch
Over Mrs. Arnn's Millinery Store
Union wty, : : : l enn.
17, H. FORRESTER
Candy, Soft Drinks,
Cigars, Tobacco and
Everything Good to
Where Quality and Prices Meet
Cleaned and Repaired.
Staf fords 'Superfine Ribbons
3 . E &YRN
ale- by all
Call 1B0 for Bon Air.
R. E. Hamilton, of Number Seven,
was a Monday visitor.
Mr. Dewit Holly, of Fulton, was a
visitor last Sunday in Union City.
To prevent a cold take 666.
Mrs. Ben C. Bratnham and chil
dren have been sick this week with
Messrs. T. C. Callicctt and T. P.
Palmer, of Number Four, were in the
--Electric Light Globes at Wch
man's. Why pay more when you get
the best for every purpose for 35c or
3 for $1.00.
. Mr. Bruce Campbell and little
child have been very sick this week
Miss Annie Margaret McClanahan
was a visitor last week in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Fred McClanahan at
Liquid Smoke and Anti-Skipper
Compound. Guaranteed t smoke
your meat and keep skippers away.
I Woosley's. 45-lt
Mr. and Mrs. Will Alexander, of
St. Louis, are in the city and vicinity
this week visiting relatives and
Mrs. U. Y. Sumner, of Memphis,
was a visitor in Union City this week
with the family of her brother, Capt.
When you buy Light Globes buy
EDISON MAZDA; ,1000 hour guaran
tee. It pays.
The many friends regret to learn
of the illness of Mrs. Robert Darnell,
who has been sick this week with
The many friends of W. A. For
ester are sorry to know that he has
been very ill this week. Mr. Forester
has been very sick at his home, East
look, for several days.
Electric Light Globes at Weh
man's. Why pa raoro when you get
the best for every purpose for 35c or
3 for $1.00.
Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Polsgrove, who
have been located for some time at
Moscow, Ky h"SLve moved to Shan
non, Miss. Mr. Polsgrove has been
transferred to that point.
Mr. Allen Wade, of Moffatt, was a
visitor here Monday. Mr. Wade was
some years ago superintendent of the
Union City Water and Light Plant
and a fine operator and manager.
' All Heating Stoves are oti the
bp.rgain counter. If you wood,
jiff inn 4 t
coal, or oil heaters for ic or
next now is the tira
Wehman's for price
H. A. Bransford h
Blytheville, Ark., ha
accept the bank p3&
place, for reasons ari
illness of one of the
A. H. Grooma, of Numlwr
was a business visitor here last
Mr. Grooms and family have
located in the vicinity of Rivea,
where Mr. Grooms is engaged ; in
Any one interested in a mdnu-
ment of any kind will do well to
write me for prices; I have furnished
some of the -finest- worK in union
City which shows for itself. M
prices are reasonable. Now isr
time to make yourv selection
have it ready to erect when I
opens. Ask my customers aba"
If you buy from, me, you rilF
regret It Will appreciate an I
A - a. . V
9 j m
AbiYi Fusr I sr
Urtioo City .pocen
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Holloman are
now located in Riverside, California.
Mr. Holloman was formcsly assistant
cashier of the Farmers Exchange
Bank and the family are very kindly
remembered in Union iCty.
stomach misery, gas and indi
gestion are promptly relieved with
Mi-O-Na stomach tablet3. At Oliver's
Red Cross Drug Store on money back
Mrs. .W. B. Cunningham has been
very sick this week with influenza.
She returned last week from Nash
ville, recovering from appendicitis,
feeling much stronger and better, but
is not so well since the new attack.
We all know that the cheapest
in price is not the best. Buy EDISON
Miss Hester Stone, of Fayetteville,
Tenn., has returned to Union City to
teach In the work she was engaged
in here last year in connection with
the schools. Miss Stone expected to
be back last fall but was detained
at home on account of illness. She
is now with her class in Union City.
One of our correspondents writes
from Number Twelve that Jack Ry
an, ihe Memphis boxer, was in Pos
sum'trot last week visiting relatives.
Other items were that little Louise
Glover was very ill (of pneumonia,
Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Tidwell are very
much rejoiced over the arrival of a
baby girl. . -
Your house will need painting
soon and our prices on paint are so
low that you can afford to do it now.
We have paint for every purpose.
Good House Paint at Wehman's for
$2.00 per gallon.
W. D. Lannom left this week for
Lebanon, Tenn., to take a course in
law" at Cumberland University. Mr.
Lannom is a son of one' of Union
City's best lawyers and a brother of
two fine young attorneys. He is,
however, undertaking to make a
name for himself and position in the
Hon. W. W. Craig and Judge Pat
ten, of Ripley, were in the city Tues
day appearing as guests of the Lions
Club. Judge Patten says the people
of Lauderdale County are all for good
roads and Lauderdale has some of the
best roads in Tennessee. He compli
mented this county, but thought we
would bo in better condition with
Your house will need painting
soon and our prices on paint are so
loTv that you can afford to do it now.
We have paint for. every purpose.
Good Hor.se Paint at Wehman's for
$2.00 per gallon.
Capt. Brevard Steele, we under
tand, who arrived recently at Camp
Mx from the Army of Occupation inQ
tosport known as the Crook, an old
I i condemned some forty years
the war. He was In charge of
'AM M -V 4 nlv of A AAB M A t 4 ft
.u auu oiA vtutcioi auu x u as
. t but for the great skill and
e engineers the whole car-
avo gone to the bottom of
usv iuib i mica uiu
f the many desperate k
in the time of great
Vt our men over in
Unk our many
Jnes3 shown us
Id death of our.
lurry, and fot
'jrs. May God
pe with, you each
OF YOUR OWN SOU
Card of Thanks.
It is with the eincerest apprecia
tion that we most heartily thank the
neighbors, friends and relatives who
so kindly ministered to our sainted
mother in life, in sickness and in
death. We want to thank the "Or
der1 of Eastern Star" and Rev. Cun
ningham for the beautiful services
given. The memory of the beautiful
floral offerings, your tender sympa
thies, your friendship for our pre
cious mother, will linger, with us al
ways. May God Bless you all. Mrs.,
W. E. Whitson, Mrs! Cody B. More
head, Sadie B. Chambers, Dr. Van H.
Bond, Dr. Jno. B. Bond, Dr. J. Fred
Bond, Robt. H. Bond.
Health Brings Beauty
Every Woman Should Read This
Bankston, Ala. "I had been down
with trouble of a feminine character for
a good many years. I took medicine from
different doctors, but it did not do me
any good. Then I heard of Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription and I ordered some
of this medicine. I took six dollars
worth of it and I would not take sixty
for the good it did me. I surely can praiae
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. I
don't intend to be without it in my home
as long as I can get it. I would advise
every woman that is bothered with
trouble from which women suffer, to use
this Prescription." Mrs. Williamson,
Get this Prescription of Dr. Pierce's in
tablets or liquid and see how quickly you
will have sparkling eyes, a clear skin and
vim, vigor, vitality. Write Dr. Pierce's
Invalids' Hotel in Buffalo, N. Y., for free
medical advice. '
Makes Hens Lay
Gets the eggs In any weatb
er. It is easily given in the
feed and doesn't force or
hurt the hen in any way.'
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.
WEHMAN'S HAEDWAEE ST0EE.
Many -persons, 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
lot Indt p and stomach
trouble I kind. I have
never, V" Anything that
toucher t, like Black-
nmncr! a ft In broken
r Twvnii mj. J. .
w ttis. or a long
BORRGls, which grip
GO HIT give the good
IT rtK"1Jrau6nt uver
Junior Matinee Club.
The Junior Matinee Music Club
met Saturday, Jan. 21, with Miss
Mozelle Glover. After tho business
session; conducted by the president,
a most interesting lesson on "The
Rise of Secular Music in America."
was led by Miss Mary Arden Nail
ling and the following program was
"Evening Bells" (Eilenberg), Miss
"Puro as Snow" (Lang), Miss
Louise Saunders. . '
"Intermezzo" (Klein), Miss Rob
"Les Hirondelles" (Godard), Miss
"Ripples of the Alabama" (An
drews), Miss Docia Saunders.
"Elegic" (Youferoff), Betsy Sprad
lin. Delightful refreshments were serv
ed by the hostess. The next meeting
will be with Miss Brownie Hopper,
Miss Mozelle Glover being the leader.
I will preach at Pleasant Valley
next Sunday mornig at 11 o'clock,
and at' Sanders Chapel at 3 p.m.
i . G. W. EVANS.
Pay-up-week for amount due on
these pledges is Feb. 5-12. Hope all
who can possibly do so will meet
these obligations during this time.
Hand your subscription to the treas
urer of your church.
No greater work was ever done for
any church than has been done by
the Centenary money given by our
Southern Methodist Church.
G. W. EVANS.
Lewrence Hill and Miss Euda
Harry E. Powell and Miss Alice
Cerel Morefleld and Miss Annie
Floyd Cotton and Miss Christine
John F. Sharp and Miss Marion
Roy Jelton and Miss Buton Hen
Jas. Milburn Ferrell and Mary Lee
H. A. Tuggle and Carrie Reese.
Emmctt Greene and Elvina Wil
Eeal Estate Transfers.
Cyrus C, Shafer to Odie B. Rober-
son et al., 190 acres in No. 5, $2600
A. L. Garth, trustee, to R. A. Na
pier, 106 acres in No. 3, $4000.
J. J. Tomerlin et al. to W. E. Hen
ry, lot in No. 15, $300.
E. E. Smith ct al. to Miss Amanda
Smith, lot in No. 8, $2890. '
A. N. Kendall et al. to R. A. Na
pier, 85 acres in No. 3, $4550.
Delia Walker to W. H. Johnson, lot
in No. 13, 1000.
R. A. Napier et al. to E. N. Ken
dall, 118 acres in No. 3, $2900.
J. L. Mitchell et al. to Milton Huff
stutter, 85 acres in Nos. 9 and 14,
Milton Huffstutter et al. to J. L.
Mitchell, 85 acres in Nos. 9 and 14,
W. E. Cartwright et al. to Mat tie
L. Jackson, lot in No. 13, $1000.
R.H. Rust, trustee, to G. B. White,
lot in No. 13, $2525.
J.H . Shore et al. to J. F. Harper
et al.t lot in No. 4. $2750.
All Heating- Stoves a
bargain counter. ; I" you need
coal, or oil heaters for this
next now is the time to b
Wehman's. for prices. .
NOTICE TO C0NTEACT0ES
DEEDGE BOAT W0:
Sealed bids will be received u:
one o'clock- p.m. of TUESDAY, FEf
RUARY THE 7THr 1922, at the
flee of H. L. Hill, County Judge 1
Weakley County, Tennessee, at t
1 1 1 ii i (.iiiiiinH ill in niiKii. l kiiii.. ill
approximately the following work:
Section No. 1. :
MAIN CANAL, ' ; 'C y
From Station 0 to 300 25 ft. Bot
tom width, average depth, 8 feet,
to 1 side slopes, 327,155.0 Cu.
From Station 300 to Station 500, ' c,
Bottom width 27 feet, average depth
10 feet, to 1 sido slopes; 298,918.0
Cu. Yds. ' ' - ; '. ; -
From Station 500 to Station 800,
Bottom width 3i feet, average depth
l V lvvl 72 LVI 4. OIUD DlUCDt lVlV)UTlU '
Cu. Yds. , . -
rrom station uu to station nee,
Bottom width 36 feet, average depth,
11 feet. to 1 side slopes'. 593.054.9
Cu. Yds. Clearing Right of Way
295 acres. ; '
aN i : k h: h: k . i , a"i ' h: i-r a ,
From Static!5 0 to Station 42-22,
Bottom width 18 feet, average depth
8 feet, 1 to l'side slopes, 27,403.5 Cu. r
fllparlnBT Richt of Wav 10.2
CYPRESS CREEK LATERAL.
From Station 0 to Station 92-30,.
Bottom width 28 feet, average depth
7 feet, 1 to 1 side slopes, 73,613.0
Clearing Right of Way 21.6
Section No. 2. .
MAIN CANAL. - " ,
From Station 1106 to Station ;
1200, Bottom width 36 feet, average
depth 11 feet, to 1 slide slopes,"
179,107.4 Cu. Yds.
From Station 1200 to Station'.
1500, Bottom width 40 feet, average
depth 10 feet, o 1 side slopes,
498,209.0 Cu. Yds.
From Station 15C0 . to Station
1802-20,. Bottom width 45 feet, av--erage
depth '12 feet, Vt to 1 side
slopes, 636,694.8 Cu. Yds.
Clearing Right of Way 272 acres.
Richland Creek Lateral.
From Station 0 to Station 49-50,
Bottom wid'h 14 feet, average depth -
8 feet, 1 to 1 side slopes, 34,454.4
Cu. Yds. ,
Clearing Right of Way 11.4
HARRIS FORK LATERAL.
From Station 0 to Station 20, Bot
tom width 30 feet, average depth 8
feet, to 1 side slopes, 21,037.0
Clearing Right of Way 4.6 acres.
Total No. Cu. Yds. in Main Canal, .
Acres Clearing Main
Cu. Yds. in Laterals,
156,507.9. ; '
Total No. Acres Clearing in Lat-
Grand total, 614.9 acres; 3,123,-
.191.0 Cu. Yds.
Said work to be completed in SO
months, and to be let in two sec
tions, as respectively above set out;
the work to be -commenced at a date
as early as possible; bids to be sealed
and turned in by one o'clock of Tues
day; the 7th day of February, 1922,'
or sooner; and said biddings will be
opened and considered after said
hour of said date, at said office ofl
the iCounty Judge at Dresden iv '
bid)Will be received for ,
eithr of said sections,?1' 8aw
t.o Aln tn an MlIorCVer
ch y bidder's bona tt"
ea Jan. P, for one-tenth , Ih-K
sal right reserved to reje
seen at the office
leli H3nEiner. - Union
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Januaryjonn B- Luton, dr
42-4t fpona Having jJ"
Seeretai are vr
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P. G. BRQWDER
H. M. FIM
H. Dietzel, Sr., to R. C. Hamilton
?Y. 1 .
lot in No. 13, $1500.
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