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JERSEY CREAM FLOUR DIAMOND SELF RISING FLOUR BRAG SELF RISING FLOUR JERSEY CREAM MEAL On Sale by all Union City Grocery Merchants Unconditionally Guaranteed BUY THE PRODUCTS OF YOUR OWN SOIL M OTLOW MILL ING COMPANY 9 TENNESSEE r a mm The Commercial, Union City, Tenn FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1922. Dr. W. J. Jones DENTIST Union City, Tenn. 107 Church St. Cumb. Phone 214-J Removal Notice. Dr. J. F. Roper, Physician, Announces that he has moved from the Nailling building on First street and is now located at the Red Star Drug Store, Main street. THE SERVICE YOU WILL GET from this hand made storage battery will exceed that obtained from any other makes. This is due to the ex treme care with which the cells of this battery are made, the extra-sub stantial materials, etc. Pay a little -more and get double service. McHUGH BATTERY CO. THE NAILLING HOSPITAL SEVENTH YEAR A Modern Surgical Institution. Competent Trained Nurses DR. W. A. NAILLING Chief Surgeon Union City, Tenn. Both Phone 41. Derland 461 262 .. . - i i ( Cumbe Telephones: j Couny Dr. C. E. Upchurch DENTIST Over Mrs. Arnn's Millinery Store Union City, : : : Tenn. W. H, FORRESTER CAFE and RESTAURANT Candy, Soft Drinks, Cigars, Tobacco and Everything Good to Where Qyality and Prices Meet TYPEWRITERS ' Cleaned and Repaired. iStaffords Superfine Ribbons Cumb. phone 317 S. E. BYRN DIXIE HIGH SCHOOL NOTES. Mr. Vaughn visited the school last Wednesday, a week ago, and gave us a fine lecture. Little Cecil Kirk is ill with pneu monia at this writing. Miss Los Hall was absent from school last week. Judy, the little Clodhopper will soon make her appearance at Dixie. Watch for the date of her arrival. We were indeed glad to have Mrs. Chas. Cloar as an afternoon visitor of our school. We should like to have more of our patrons visit us. Miss Dora Underwood has been on the sick list. Eighth Graders are doing fairly well. We hope they will get their diplomas, as they have extra good teachers. We have a large number of pu pils in school now. It's fine weather for going to school. Mr. J. D. Vinson and Miss Lois Hall were recent visitors of Misses Allene and Imogene Pitzer. Have you heard of Ocey, the big, hungry, fercklo-faeed hired man? Ask Mr. Chas. Cloar about him. Mr. M. M. Travis' barn burned Sat urday night, Feb. 11. The facts of how it caught fire are not known. He got all 'his stock out but all his corn and hay were burned. But he still has lots of good neighbors. Mr. Carroll Caldwell has been on the sick list. Mr. George Vinson has been right sick with flu. Parties are still all the rage. Look out, school children, you had better stay at home and study hard. Misses Cornelia Cole, Ida Mai Thomas, Mary and Brinea Shapard and little James Burden are coming here from Antioch. "A Little Clodhopper" will be played at Dixie School at an early date. The play is a catchy, active comedy with dramatic climaxes at the end of each act. Judy is a little clodhopper from the poorhouse a merry, trusting, innocent,, mischiev ous little romp. Her father deserted her years before, but now is a rich man in a hospital in Texas. He writes to, the scheming Mrs. Chiggers Boggs, who was the former matron of the poorhouse, and asks her to lo cate his lost Child. Mrs. Boggs, knowing that Judy is an heiress, de termines to marry her to her son, George, a city dude. Here the troub le begins. DIXIE KIDS. Death of Mrs. Chas. Merryman. Mrs. Ida B. Merryman, wife of Chas. Merryman and a daughter of the late Capt. W. Burke, died at her home in Martin Thursday night, Feb. 23, 1922. Mrs. Merryman wa3 in Nashville for a fev weeks at the Woman's Hospital. She failed to find relief and came home ten days before her death. She leave a husband who has been in the service of the N., C. & St. L. Ry. Co. for a lifetime, one daughter who lives with her father; two sons, Chas. J., of Jackson, and Walter, of Nashville, both married. The remains were brought to Union City and buried last Sunday at East View, with services by Revs. J. II. Thomas and E. P. Smith. Mrs. Mer ryman was a member of the Cumber land Presbyterian Church and es teemed in Union City as a woman ol many good graces and qualities of the mind and heart. She was a sister of Miss Maggie Burke and Conductor Tiios. Burke, the latter of Troy. Her j father, Mr. W. Burke, died a little i more than a year ago. I i The steamer Lewis Luckenbach ia. the largest registered freighter. ' Parent-Teachers Association. The Parent-Teachers Association met Thursday afternoon at Westover School. An interesting program, in cluding a number of splendid papers, was given by the grade teachers, and at this meeting the association de cided to give an entertainment, date to be announced later, for the benefit of school athletics. This very impor tant department of our school work has not received from the public the encouragement due it. The boys are in debt, and it is the intention of the association to try to interest the pub lic in clean sport, which means clean morals for the youiy? people. Thurs day, March 9, at the High School auditorium, the association will have its regular meeting. Mr. Ranck will take as his subject the adolescent boy. Mr. Ranck is well qualified to handle this subject, and if you have a boy, or are interested in a boy, you can't afford to miss this lecture. Miss Cassie Hamilton will talk to you about the adolescent girl. Miss Ham ilton's experience, as she daily comes in contact' with the life of the young girl, will help you solve the prob lems in your home. As usual a mu sical program was given in con nection with the lectures. This ends the series of splendid lectures on child life. The public is invited and urged to be present. Every effort is being made by the public health league to secure a community nurse. The demand for public health nurses is greater than the supply, therefore the delay in this work. However we are promised by the Red Cross the first one available. Woodfin Brothers' Grocery. A new grocery on Main street. Prices right. Call and see us. Phone 235. 48-tf lllllli HniiiiiiiiaBiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiimiiiiiiiiiiiiniimmitiiMiuuimn ivIHij.ji.,ljp,i.y.W) m mm i mm m km tm 01 m mmmmmMmmm 1 ' xm m mm mm -jmmmmmmmmm a mmmmim mmmmmmmm You'll find a big opportunity here! OUR White Goods Opening augurs to be the sale talk of tho town. Great purchases have been made at very special prices! So we are glad to tell you of the season's greatest bargains in white goods by the piece and in ready made garments. The values are so worth while that every purchase means an investment. Plan to attend this event! Take advantage of the full assortments of merchandise by coming the first day of the sale! Sale now on at THE CASH GROCERY CO. Union City, Tenn. 31 City Taxes, At a call meeting of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen of Union City, Tenn., held Feb. 28, it was decided to extend the date for final payment of taxes to April 1, and that all taxes unpaid would become delinquent and be subject to a penalty on April 1, 1922. J. W. WOOSLEY, Mayor. W. D. KEISER, Recorder. Death of Nully Pleasant. The death of B. N. Pleasant at the Western Hospital was announced here Monday. Mr. Pleasant died af ter a short illness some time during the day, the 27th ult. He was about 64 years of age. Deceased was born and reared in the vicinity south of Union City. He was a man of fine personal qualities and esteemed by a host of friends. The remains were shipped and re ceived here Tuesday and conveyed to the home'of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Wi ley, where funeral services were held, conducted by Rev. W. B. Cunningham. Died in Texas. R. W. Coffin, one of the pioneer citizens and business men of Union City, for many years a resident of Texas, died on the 24th ult. at his home in Itasca,, Texas. Deceased was known here by the older residents as Dick Coffin. He was a fine man and after he settled in Texas became u prominent banker and citizen. He leaves a widow and four children and the kindest condolences are extended to them. Resolutions. We, the members of the Ladies' Missionary Society of the A. R. P. Church of Rives, Tenn., wish to ex express our appreciation of the life of Mrs. Ora Pyles, who was so sud denly taken from our midst on Feb. 19, 1922. In her death we have lost one of our most faithful members. The sick and those shut in always received a cheerful word frorr. her. A tireless worker, a friend to those in need, her life was truly one of faithfulness to her church and to hei friends. Therefore, be it resolved: First, That we bow in submission to" His holy will. Second, That we extend ovr deep est sympathy to the bereaved family. Third, That a copy of these resolu tions be sent to the county papers an:! to the bereaved family. MRS. JNO. HEAD, SR., MRS. W. C. FARRIS, Committee. NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF CREDITORS BliifiH VJ27I In the District Court of the United States for the Eastern Division of the Western District of Tennessee. In the Matter of Union City Motor Implement Co., of Union City, Ten nessee. In Bankruptcy No. 1150. To the creditors of the above named bankrupt, in the county of Obion, and district and division aforesaid, a bankrupt: Notice is hereby given that on the 17th day of February, A.D., 1922, the said Union City Motor fruplement Co. was duly duly adjudicated bank rupt, and that the first meeting of creditors will be held at Union City, Tenn., in the office of W. M. Miles, attorney, on the 21st day of March, A.D., 1922, at 1 o'clock p.m., at which time the said creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, examine the bankrupt and transact such other business as may properly come before said meeting. This February 27th. 1922. S. HOMER TATUM, , Referee in Bankruptcy. W. M. Miles, Union City, Tennes see, attorney for petitioning creditors. LAND SALE. A. M. Nugent et al. vs. City National Bank. In Chancery Court at Un ion City, Tennessee. In obedience to a decree of the Chancery Court at Union City rr.ade at Chambers, term 1922, in the above styled case, ,1 will, on Saturday, the 1st day of April, 1922, at 1 o'clock, at the intersection of Paschall street and State Line street, in the town of South Fulton, cell to the highest and best bidder the property in said decree described, being town lots ly ing and being in the lGth Civil Dis trict of Obion County, Tenn., within the corporate limits of South Ful ton, and described as follows: Tract No. 1. Beginning at a stake on Paschall street, thence south 100 feet to a stake on an alley, thenf. west with said aliey 01 feet ' ' stake on the line with the City Cm boose lot, thence north 100 feet to a stake on an alley, thence east 61 feet to the beginning. Tract No. 2. Located in the same county. State, municipality and Civil District aforesaid, and located on the west side of Paschall street. Begin ning at James McFadden's east cor ner, runs thence west 104 feet to the Phipps and Murphey lot, thence south to Hashen corner, thence east 104 feet to an alley, thence north 40 Tract No. 3. Located in the same county, district, municipality and State aforesaid. Beginning at a stake on said Paschall street, R. N. Phipps N.E. corner, thence north with said street 125 feet to a stake on an alley, thence west 82 feet to a stake, thence south 125 feet to Phipps northwest cornet, thence east 82 feet to the beginning, including an 18 foot alley on the south side of said lot belonging to the city of South Fulton. Tract No. 4. Located in the same county, district, municipality and State as aforesaid. Beginning at a stake on an alley running east and west with what is known as the John Payne lot, thence west with the said alley 100 feet to James McFadden's northeast corner, thence south with the said McFadden's line 51 feet to a stake, thence east with McFadden's 100 feet to a stake, thence North with the Blythe and Milner lot 51 feet to the beginning. Tract No. 5. Located in the same county, district, municipality and State as aforesaid. Beginning at the southwest corner of the blacksmith shop on the J. P. Swann lot, thence north 125 feet to an alley, thence west with said alley 10 feet to J. P. Swann lot, thence south 125 feet, thence east 10 feet to the beginning. This 27th day of February, 1922. GEO. A. GIBBS, Clerk and Commissioner. Pierce and Fry, Solicitors. TO GEO. W. UNDERWOOD. The Peoples Bank vs. Geo. W. Un derwood et als. Chancery Court, Obion County, Tennessee. In the above styled cause it appear ing to the Clerk and Master from the bill of complaint, which is sworn to, that the defendant, Geo. W. Under wood, is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee, so that ordinary proc ess of law cannot be served upon him. It is therefore hereby ordered that the said above named defendant ap pear before the Clerk and Master of the Chancery Court of Obion County, Tennessee, on or before the Third Monday of March, 1922, that being a rule day of said Chancery Court, and make defense to the said bill, or the same will be taken as confessed by him, and the said cause set for hear ing ex-pa?te as to him. It is further ordered that publication of this no tice be made for four consecutive weeks in The Ccmmercial, a weekly newspaper published in Obion Coun ty, Tenn. 46.4t This Feb. 8, 1922. GEO. A. GIBBS, Clerk and Master. By Nelle F. Marshall, D. C. & M. Geo. C.Rovvlett. So', for Complt. 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