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. r I I A 1 jpntraot iincorid itional f ree f rorrr restric tions, with extra .liberal terms. Jno. X Walker (SL Co, m PHONES classified ads pR RENT Two nice rooms. )ts, water and bath. Apply 502 Hrth First street. 42 kft . RENT With hoard, one it room.- Will aecomniodate two . ', comtortably. Call 277-W. 41tf ' J-OR SALE Modern bungalow, finac heat; easy terms. Isaac Ste vens. Phone 2 8 4-J. . 45-4t uru bwimt htvA-rnnm nouse. f water and light free for $17.50 per ! month. Bee tnis oince. , . v o-i WILL TRADE Union, City proper ty or a small farm for a grocery or a general meixhandise not to Invoice over $5000. See this office.; '45:2t WANTED f 0 buy a cottage home not to cost over $1,250.00 cash. Ap ply at this office. ; .GT-45-tf Graphophone for sale. CalL 2 7 7-J. FOR SALE Sure Hatch Incubator, 120 eggs. Practically new, used seasons. In perfect working ordtr. Call Mrsr J. - B. Adkerson, Climb. Phone 169, Home 169. ' ... GOVERNMENT POSITIONS Open, men, women. Experience unneces sary. Honesty required. "Good pay to Btart. Write T. M. McCaffery, St. Louis.. 42-5t FOR RENT The one-story dry cleaning house now occupied by the Blue Bell Dry Cleaning Co. Apply to Mr. Marion 'Carey, Mgr., Metcelfe's Laundry. 42-tf 4 ; : : ARE YOU coming to tpwn. If so 1 have a house and lot to rent, sell or .trade you. Plenty room for horses, cowp, car, hay and corn. Phone 166 orWG. B. Wright. 45-2t WANTED Two young gentlemen to occupy nicely furnished rooms in private family,' upstairs, south and west exposure, bath room and fur nace, heat, with meals close by. Ad dress W, this of fice. " 44-tf HOUSE FOR SALE Nice modern "6-room .residence on College street near City Sc-icol. Sacrifice price if sold in a few weeks. Terms part ' cash. Phone 305. 42-tf E. P. WRIGHT, Hickman, Ky. The Commercial, Union City, Tenn. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1922. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Eggs for Hatching. From E., W. Mahood strain. Single Comb R., I. Reds, f 1.25 per setting of 15, $6.00 per hundred, at home, $7.00 per hundred if shipped. O. E. MILLIKEN, 620 N. Division street, Union City, Tenn. Cumberland phone 515. tf FOR SALE A four-room cottage on N. Third street. Price reasonable See Phil Hyman. 46-tf WANTED Man with car to sell low priced GRAHAM TIRES. $130.00 per week and commissions. GRAHAM TIRE CO., 3312 Boulevard, Benton Harbor, Mich. FOR SALE Farm of 350 acres six miles from Union City, one and one-half miles east of Jordan, eight miles from Fulton, Ky. This is one of the most desirable farms in Obion County, with splendid improvements. A loan of $20,000 is carried on this farm. Also The home place, residence and lot on the corner of College and Ury streets. An ideal home, with ten large rooms, garage, barn and gar den. Also Another small house and lot on College street, one block east of the M. & O. R. R. Terms can be arranged on any of Ibis property. W. G. REYNOLDS, Admr. Estate of S. P. Harris. Dr. W. J. Jones DENTIST Union City, Tenn. N 107 Church St. Cumb. Phone 214-J Miss Ruby Milam is ill. Born to Mr. and Mrs.. F. L. Kerr on Feb. 5, a ten pound girl. --"Over the Hill"' one solid year in 'New York at six different theatres Think of it! ' A rare program- of rare fun rarely well done is the "Microbe of Love." , "The Affairs of Anatol" soon at Jimmie's Playhouse. We tch for date. Don't miss it. Miss what? The "Microbe of Love." "Saturday Night," Cecil B. De Mille's magnificent masterpiece soon Jimmie's Playhbuse. Miss Sue Reeves, of Helena, Ark. is at the Nailling Hospital for re moval of tonsils. . : "A Virgin ParaClEt super- production. Jimmie's , Playhouse Friday, Feb. 17. f ; - ' ' ' Mr. Joe Ingram, a patient, at the Nailling hospital, "Returned to his home in Troy Monday. "Over the Hill',"' the wonder pic ture of all time. Two days, Feb. 21 and 22. Jimmie's Playhouse. Col. W. M. Dismukes is quite sick He is confined to his rooms at the Palace. "Over tha Hill," most powerful of all modern motion picture dramas Playhouse, Feb. 21 and 22. Mrs. Ollle Nichols, who has been very sick for several days, is re ported better. " "Over the Hill." The story of a mother-love divine. A picture that will live forever. Jimmie's Playhouse, Feb. 21 and 22. Mrs. George Arrington, of the Pleasant Valley neighborhood, is very sick. Electric Light Globe3 at Web. man's." Why pay more when you get the best for every purpose for 35c or 3 for $1.00. Mrs. Sallie Coulson, of Mobile, Ala., was here Sunday to attend the funeral of her brother, W. V. Green "Skirts" on , sale at Jimmie's Playhouse, Monday, Feb. 13. Only 10c and 20c. Come early and see the fun. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Kaufman have announced the arrival of a little blue-eyed baby girl in their home.. The little miss came in Tuesday morning. 'Liquid Smoke and Anti-Skipper Compound. Guaranteed to smoke your meat and keep skippers away. Woosley's. 45-lt The Commercial admits its inabili ty to handle the sick list reported this week. La grippe is in most of the homes and a number cases of pneumonia. .The doctors are busy and report very few cases seriously ill. All Heating Stoves are on the bargain counter. If -you need wood, coal, or oil heaters for this winter or next now is the time to buy. Call Wehman's for prices. FOR RENT Six room residence, well located. Will give good deal on one year lease. See Geo. M. Kerr at Commercial office. 46-tf Mr. C. C. Reid, of Humboldt, was a business visitor here the first of the week. Yes, thet old pin that was moth er's can be repaired and made into a handsome piece of jewelry. Take it to Thad Lee, next to "Jimmie's. Mr 8. Laura Jenkins has returned from Memphis, where she was called on account of the illness of a nfece, Sallie, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jenkins. The little lady was very much better when her grand mother left her. . Any one interested in a monu 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, s My prices are" reasonable., Now is the time to make your selection, Can have it ready to erect when spring opens. Ask my customers about me. If you buy from me, you will never regret it Will appreciate any favor. H. M. FINLEY, . 43-4t Humboldt, Tenn. Friends of the family are glad .to know the condition of little Jack Bratton, Jr., shows some improve ment and he will probobly revover; However, he is. a very sick child. ' Mr. J. T. Young, with the U. S. Marines for three years, is home for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Young . Mrs. Guy Miles entertained the Friday Bridge Club at . her home on Vine street last week. Mrs. Cecil Moss won high score, a handsome buffet set and Mrs. Harry Edwards cut consolation. A delicious salad course was served. The club meets to-day with Mrs. Chas. Dietzef. " Mr. Earl Marshall has influenza.'" Mr. R. A. Ryan, of Jac!:son, was a' visitor in Union City Saturday. Mr. W. H. Wheeler,, of near Hick man, was in, liie city yesterday, and called in to see us. . ,;.: Mr. Henry Johnson,, of Kenton, was here, the first of the week; - Mr. 'W. B. Gillette, of Trimbie; was in the city Sunday. v Mr. J. S. O'Sullivan.was in Jack son Wednesday attending a meeting of Shriners. - Mr W. W. Botts, of Fulton, was a business visitor Monday. ; If your diamond needs 'setting let me do it. I have set more dia monds than anybody in West Ten nessee. A brand new fire-proof safe to keep them in, Thad Lee, next to "Jimmie's., Mr. WP. Shore, cf Rives, was in the city Sunday. ' . Mr. J. O. Cox, of Humboldt, was here Monday. 1 Mr. F. M. McDonald, of Memphis was in the city yesterday. ,Mr. G. M. Roach, of Fulton, was here yesterday. Mr. Percy Jones, of Hickman, was in the city Monday. Mr. F. B. Crawford, of Brownsville, was here a few hours Wednesday. Hon. W. W. Craig, of Ripley, was here a short time Wednesday. Messrs. S. E. Warden and ,C. G, Bond, of Jackson, were here a few hours Wednesday. Mr. William Fooshce, of Dyers burg, was in Union City Wednesday Sheppard's Famous Anconas, world's best layers, 331 record Rooster, hens and pullets for sale. See M. C, Shive for bargains, 911 E Exchange street, Union City, Tenn 46-lt Mr. N. A. Johnson, fGreenfleld was in the city Wednesday. Mr. E. A. Alexander, of Paducah was a business visitor Wednesday. Little Louis Bramham, son of Mr and Mrs. B. C. Bramham, is sick. Miss Eunice Williams and Mrs William Crain. of Mason Hall, at tended the teachers' convention in this city Saturday. Miss Sue Reeves, of Helena, Ark is a guest in the homo of her sister, Mrs. J. P. Adams. Miss Birdie Waddell is spending the week at Memphis visiting rela tives. Mr. aqd Mrs. John McDearmon, of Columbus, Ky., are vsiting in Union City this week. -Mi-O-Na makes your stomach feel fine, stops belching, heart burn and all discamborts in a few minutes Guaranteed by Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store. , -Medicated air is the only treat ment for catarrh. Breathe Hyomei and obtain relief. At Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store. Money back if it fails. Deputy Sheriff Mathis, of Kenton, was here Wednesday for a short bus iness trip. Mr. Waddell Jackscn has returned from a purchasing tjip to New York Mr, Walker Martin was called to Martin Wednesday to see Mrs. Gard ner, who is very ill. Mrs. William Warterfield, who has been visiting relatives at Jackson, has returned home. Mrs. Sue Cherry has returned from a stay at Nashville, where she visited relatives. Mrs. H. W. Quails, who has been ill, is improving. Mr. L P. Moris has been sick, but is much better. Mrs. W. G. Sanders has been quite sick this week. Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Cunningham, who have been ill, are improving. Mrs. Ethel Greer, who Is -in St Louis and has been quite sick for several days, is much better. She goes to Springfield in the early spring as trimmer. - Little Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs John Cox, is sick. Mr. Jewitt Wheeller, of Memphis, waa a visitor in Union City Friday and Saturday. " . Would Rather Fight Than Work "I suffered for years with stomach trouble and could not eat and juat hated for anyone to say work to me I would rather fight. Since taking a ccourse of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy I actually want to work, and talk about eat, I am the last one to leave the table now." It is a simple. harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intes tinal tract and allays the inflamma tion which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal ail ments, including appendicitis.. One dose will convince or money re funded. Sold by Oliver's Rel Cross Drug Store and druggists everywhere. V Mrs. Moody Mullins is quite sick. - Mr. Harry Harper is at the,store, after a few day3 illness. ;-; "Mrs. H. T. Robinson is quite sick. ' Mr. E. H. Marsha?! in confined to his room with Influenza. ' ? ''K Get Birds, Fish, Flowers and Caundry of Metcalfe. r . 46-Jt . -Get Birds, i Fish, Flowers and Laundry of Metcalfe. 46-3t ' Mr. H. T. Robinson, quite sick for two weeko, is better. Mrs. Margaret Bond, of Corinth, Miss., visited frlend3 here Saturday. She left Monday to visit St. Louis markets. .' s . ,, Two Marriages. Judge J. B. Waddell suspended business Tuesday long enough to per form the marriage ceremony for two out-of-town couples: Mr. B. E. West brooks and Fannie Roberts, of Dres den, and Edwin E. Schaefcring and Vivian E. Boe, of St. Louis. . - Married. Mr. Clyde Schulths, residing on a farm south of the city, and Miss An nie Miller, of this city,. drove out to the home of Esq. Edward Russell, in Number. Ten, Sunday and were quietly married. They have lots of friends in Union City, who wish for them a long and happy married life.; They are at home near Rives. W. C. T. U-. . The W. C. T. U. will meet at the .New Church Feb. 17, 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. S. E. Brummel will conduct the devotional exercises. A programme will be rendered on the life and works of Frances E. Wil lard this being Frances Willard Memorial Day. A good attendance is requested and all new members urged to be present for the ribbon ceremony. The Way to lulake m mm m mrtm iviuiiijy is to trade with the : Cash Itleat Market and Grocery where you can save from 2c to 5c per pound on your fresh-meat, and instead of paying $1.45 and up for your flour, order a sack of American Lady, that we guarantee to be as good as the best at $1.30 We also have cheaper flours that are good. OUR MOTTO ISt QUALITY. PRICE, SERVICE TRY US V. E WHITE Cumberland Phone 337 ALL BILLS PAYABLE WEEKLY ,, '! Home 170 1 1 A Heal Game. Col. Carroll P. Wilson, of Troy, called us yesterday and wanted us to tell about the big basket ball game they are going to have at Troy to morrow (Saturday) night. Says the State champions are coming. They are the Y. W. C. A. ladies of Mem phis, and the young ladies of Troy High are going to give them the hardest game of their lives. Place High School Court. Time Satur day night. You are invited. Terrible Times Are at Hand. After much correspondence with a "mysterious woman with a box of bugs," who promises to secure for each of them a husband, the spinsters of Union City have organized for the Lpurpose of putting over a matrimo nial drive opening Feb. 23 with the "Microbe of Love," a most delightful home talent comedy. They feel fortunate in securing as a coach Miss Louise Allen, of . the Wayne D. Sewell Lyceum and Pro duction Co., of Atlanta, Ga., under whose management the production is being staged. Charter members announced later. All balky bachelors take warning the spinsters are determined! FOR RENT 30 -aero farm, close to town. Call on Charlio v Naylor, Upion City, Phbne 644. 46:ltpd Back the Hi-Y Club. The Hi-Y slogan- is clean speech, clean athletics, clean scholarship. In backing this slogan we have pledged our support in sending a team to enter the State high afd preparatory school basket ball tour nament at Nashvile. We have a good team and we want to give it a chance to prove itself. The players are go ing to Nashville to win the State championship, but win or lose, they will stand for fair play. Also in backing our slogan we are going to send delegates to the Hi-Y Camp Con ference next August. This is a train ing camp for leaders. The boys who go there will come back prepared to lead your boys, the boya of the high school, in following the three-fold slogan, and in training them to bet ter preparedness along a three-fold line mind, body and soul. . , Mr. Clagett, feeling an interest in the school, has offered fifty dollars to the organization having most votes at the end of his sale. The Hi-Y Club has entered the contest against the Junior High School. Citizens of Union City and Obion County, go to Clagett's and cast your vote for the Hi-Y Club. In doing so you. are backing the principles for which the Hi-Y Club stands. ' Catarrh! Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications as they, cannot reach the diaeased portion of the ear. There ia only on way to cure Catarrhal Deafness, and that is by a constitutional remedy. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces ot the System. Catarrhal Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous Itnlnr of the Eustachian Tube. When this tub In Inflamed you have a rumbllnr sound or imperfect bearing', and when it Is entirely closed. Deafness is the result.. Unless the Inflammation can be re duced and this tube restored to Its nor mal condition, hearing may be destroyed forever. Manr case of Deafness are caused by Catarrb, which Is an inflamed condition of the Mucous Surfaces. ' ONE) HUNDRED DOLLARS for any case of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot be cured by HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE). All Drurgista 76 c. circulars rre. T. 3. Cheney Co., Toledo, Ohio. READ THIS If troubled with Eczema or tetter, send one dollar to Thos. J. Bonner & Son, Rives, Tenn., and receive by mail a box of Eczema and Tetter Remedy. Use as di rected and if results are not satisfactory, write them and your money will be returned. THOS. -J. BONNER & SON DRUGGISTS, Rives, Tenn. Mules Wanted. We want to buy Mules from 4 to 12 years old, must be fat. If you want to sell your Mules, bring them in, and we will try to buy them. We will pay the best market price. JONES & CAMPBELL Union City, Tenn. Harpole-Walker Furniture Company FUNERAL DIRECTORS WHITESELL HARPOLE J. L. RANSON, JR. 354 AND 216-3 RINGS 432 AND 32 OFFICE PHONE 99 UNION CITY, TENN. THE COMMERCIAL A BIG DOLLAR'S WORTH ur Grocery Store , You made our business fine through January. Now let's make February still better. It pleases us to please you, so we are still here with the very best and freshest of everything in the grocery and meat market. OUR MOTTO: A Clean Store A Clean Stock Prompt Service A Square Deal THAT'S US . -' ,--V :.-,av- .v ' ;":',;.-v' So call for what' you want E P. GRlSvSOM 204 230.