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Where. .'will yom be First Monday ?
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A large crowd is expectedam Union City First Monday, March 6. Markets are better, business is better and will
continue, to improve. It is a prediction based on the study of business cycles. There is a bright prospect for a progressive county like Obion, filled with people who do things.
Should you be lacking m "pep, come to Union City First Monday and see a busy people and live . town that are going forward First Monday will be a day of Trading, Buying
and Selling of Live Stock. All merchants will be showing beautiful Spring Merchandise at as tonishing low prices. "
Dry Goods and Clothing.
Our Dry Goods and Clothing merchants
have returned from the northern and eastern
markets where they purchased values that
speak louder than words. Fashions that reflect
price economy as well as styles. Don't fail to
see their adorable high quality. Spring mer
chandise, first Monday.
WE WELCOME YOU.
Jewelers.
The Jewelry Stores in Union Gty ' are up-
to-date and carry a full line or everything that
you will find in a Jeweler s stock in a large city,
It will pay you to see their line of beautiful
Birthday Gins rust Monday. Their watch
repairing is the best.
WE WELCOME YOU.
Millinery.
Union Gty is giving an informal fashion
show of newest creations, depicting all that is
smart, distinctive and beautiful in Modish,
Head wear for Spring. Come, you'll be ie-'
lighted with the variety, charmed with the
fashions and impressed with the skill that has
made this showing possible.
WE WELCOME YOU.
Reynolds Packing Co.
Are you calling for Reynolds Products)
Government Inspected. Fit for a King. Union
City and Obion county appreciates Mr,
Reynolds and his worthy enterprise.
WE WELCOME YOU.
Drug Stores.
The courteous and efficient service always
rendered by our Drug Stores will be at your
command First Monday.
WE WELCOME YOU.
Lumber Dealers.
Lumber has now reached pre-war prices
and there will be considerable building this
Spring. It will be to your interest to visit
our lumber dealers First Monday and get
their prices on building material. Their stocks
are complete and furnish you everything
in the building of a chickem coop to a man
sion. WE WELCOME YOU.
Hardware and Implement
Stores. . Y
Have you thought of the fact that '' Union
City posseses Hardware and Implement stores
that carry the most complete line of every-'
thing you need in Hardware and Implements'.
They will be at your service First Monday, ' ,
March 6.
WE WELCOME YOU.
FIRST MONDAY AND THIRD SATURDAY
Union City has always furnished a
good market for anything you have
to sell and buy. First Monday in
each month has been a big day for
years in Union City and in fact the
crowds have been so large that the
merchants could not wait on their
trade. Recognizing that we can bet
ter serve you and continue to give
you the same courteous treatment
as in the past, we are creating an
other big day in each month. . In
the future f
THIRD SATURDAY
in every month will be be like First
Monday a big day in the Trading,
Buying and selling of Live Stock.
The merchants of Union City are
preparing to handle the large crowd
First Monday that will be here to
see and buy Spring Merchandise.
Read all publicity that you see of
the big day and make your plans
to be with us.
, Furniture Stores.
Have you recently observed "the beautiful
r urnuure on display? A visit to our big
Furniture Stores and a comparison in qualities
and prices with those to be had anywhere
eise win convince you that Union (Jity is the
place to buy your furniture. Pay them a call
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rirai ivionaay.
WE WELCOME YOU.
Grain Dealers Mills.
Our Grain Dealers and Big Mills will be
glad to see you First Monday.
WE WELCOME YOU.
Produce Shippers.
Union City affords a better market now than
in the past for your poultry and eggs. Car
load shipments are made.
WE WELCOME YOU.
Automobiles Garage.
Our Automobile Dealers and Garages of
Union City are rendering splendid service to
their patrons, in that, new cars are' available
and a complete line of accessories are in stock.
If your automobile is "balky" call any garage
and they will start your car' and correct the
trouble. They employ mechanics who know
see them First Monday.
WE WELCOME YOU.
Florists.
Before leaving Union City First Monday,
March 6, you would not think the day com
plete without visiting the Floral Shops. Flow
ers are next to a baby in a home. Who does
not love and appreciate flowers.
WE WELCOME YOU.
Groceries.
Isn't it fine that we can eniov fruits and
vegetables from the tropics during' the cold
winter days. Our Grocers are wide-awake to
our needs and you will find their service won
derful. "Cleanliness is next to Godliness."
You will appreciate the neatness of our Gro
cery Stores on your visit to Union City First
Monday, March 6.
WE WELCOME YOU.
Dry Cleaners-Laundry.
5prine is here and keen in mind that I Jninn
Gty has one of the finest Dry Cleaning Plants
in the south. Nothing too difficult to clean.
Union City has a Mod
splendid service. '
WE WELCOME YOU.
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Boost your county, plant a garden, raise more chickens, more hog-s. Do
more work with less talk about hard times and the year will close with your Christmas savings larger and vour
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disposition considerably improved..
The Commercial, Union City, Tenn,
FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1922
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES.
The boys' basket ball team leaves
Thursday to enter the tournament
for State's championship at Nash
ville. Their first game will be played
against M. B. A. on Friday morning.
Quite a few are going with the boys.
The Allen and Wilsonian literary
societies, meet on Thursday at ithe
regular hour. Everyone is cordially
fwrited to attend these meetings. The
programs are:
ALLEN.
Society Bong all.
Sketch of J. C. Harris' life Eliza
beth White.
"Revival Hymn" Thelma Brum
mel. "Old Mr! Rabbit" Herbert Beck.
"Newsless Banner". Carolyn Cobb.
WILSONIAN.
Life of Burns J. R. Hopper.
"Comiri Thro' the Rye" girls'
chorus.
To a Mountain Daisy": Kathleen
Pace.
"A Man's a Man" Lola Stanley.
The girls' basket ball team defeat
ed Halls here last Friday night in our
gym. They leave the third week in
March for Nashville to enter the
tournament. Watch! We may have
two loving cups by the end of the
season. Won't that be fine?
FATHEE AND SON DAY
AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Sunday, March 5, 1922.
Sunday school, 9:50 a.m.
Preaching at 1 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Remember this is "Father and Son
Day," so fathers cheer the heart of
your boy or boys by coming and sit
ting with them at all services. This
will impress the sons that you are in
terested in their moral and spiritual
welfare. A warm welcome awaits
you. E. S. BAKER, Minister.
At the Methodist Church.
The Union City District Epworth
League Institute will be held at the
Methodist Church next Friday after
noon and evening, March 3. The af
ternon session will begin at 3:30
o'clock and the evening service at
7:30 o'clock at which time Rev. R
A. Clark, of Union Avenue Church,
Memphis, will deilver the "Inspira
tional Address." We extend a cor
dial welcome to all to be present with
us on this occasion. ,
Pastor Called.
The Baptist Church has extended
a unanimous call to Dr. D. F. Mariin,
of Carmi, 111., to become its pastor,
beginning the first Sunday in April
Dr. Mariin was in Union City recent
iy, preaching morning and evening
at the Baptist Church, and spoke at
Jimmie's Playhouse in the afternoon
Every one that heard him was very
favorably impressed. He comes very
highly recommended both as a
man and minister, and we feel the
church made a wise selection in call
ing him as pastor and that he will
be a great asset to our city. We most
gladly and heartily welcome him
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. REISER, Recorder.
First Monday Dinner.
The Baptist ladies will serve an ex
tra good dinner over Elva Caldwell's
grocery store on the first Monday in
March. Both chicken and roast and
many choice side dishes and pastry.
Hot coffee. Come and see the ladies.
C. P. Church Notes.
Sunday school, 9:45 o'clock.
Morning and evening worship at
the regular hour.
Morning theme, "The Ministry of
Affliction."
Evening theme, "A Faithful and
Wise Steward."
Sermon by the pastor, Rev. W. B
Cunningham.
Junior Christian En-'cpvor, 2:30
o'clock.
Senior Christian Endeavor, 6:30
o'clock.
You are welcome to all these serv
ices. Please note that the hour for
evening worship has been changed to
7:30 instead of 7:00 o'clock.
(Published in The Commercial March
3, 1922.)
RESOLUTION.
That the Mavor and Re
corder and Tax Collector be
authorized and empowered to nego
tiate a loan and borrow from the
Farmers Exchange Bank of TTninn
City, Tennessee, the .sum nf Spvpti
Thousand Five Hundred Dollars
upon the time and rate of interest
to be agreed upon for the Board of
Mayor and Aldermen of TTninn r.itv
and that they be empowered to sign !
uie corporate name of the Board of '
mayor ana Aldermen of Union City
tO Said note for said Slim hindinfr Hip
municipality of Union Citv tn nav
saia note wnen due lor said sum.
Passed and anDroved this 2 1st
uaj vi ueDruary, iyzi.
J. W. WOOSLEY, Mayor.
W. D. REISER, Recorder.
(Published in The Commercial March
3, 1922.)
ORDINANCE.
Farmers' Meeting.
The farmers of Obion County who
are interested ' in the growing of
truck this spring will meet at the
courthouse Saturday at 1:30 p.m. to
hear Senator Craig, of Ripley, on the
successful growing of truck and the
profit to be derived. A good acreage
of strawberries has been pledged for
this year and if you are contemplat
ing the growing of berries you should
hear Mr. Craig Saturday. Interest
ing facts will be given you on Lau
derdale County, which has prospered
-in the raising of small truck.
W. C. T. U. at Rives.
; Miss Rowena -Shaner, National W.
. C. T. U, lecturer and, vice president
i of the Missouri organization, will lec
i tare at the A. R. P. Church in Rives
; --on - Tuesday,; March 7, at 2 o'clock.
: IVIiss Shaner will be entertained at
the home of Mr. and Mra. W. J. Cald
well. She is an interesting speaker
s?rid the public Is invited to be pres
ent. '
Preaching.
I will preach at Pleasant Valley
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock and at
Sanders Chapel at 2 p.m.
G. W. EVANS
Real Estate Transfers.
Second Quarterly Conference
The second quarterly conference
of Union City Circuit will be held at
Pleasant Valley March 11 and 12,
and we hope to see all of the officials
present. G. W. EVANS.
Card of Thanks.
We desire thru the columns oflRfe
paper to publicly express our appre
ciation to the people of Union City
and vicinity for their helpfulness and
kindness in the funeral and burial
of N. B. Pleasant. We are especially
gratefy.l to Mr. and Mrs. Scott Wiley
and the neighbors. We are under the
deepest obligations to these good peo
ple. May they be abundantly blessed,
-Howard Pleasant and Family.
Conkey's Buttermilk Starting
raises husky chicks. Feed it fie first
eight weks. Buy it at Wehman's.
S. P. Applewhite and wife to J. S.
Scott, lots in No. 5, $250.
J. A. Howard and wife to T. R.
Meadow, lots in No. 13, $5,250.
W. R. Webster to Lizzie Walker.
lots in No. 13, $350.
Bob Barnett to Ed Barnett et al..
44 acres in No. 14, $1640.
John Albright et al. to Fulton
Huffstutter, lots in No. 15. $2000.
W. A. Thompson, administrator, lo
N. p. Eddleman, lots in No. 11. $430.
J. W. SteDhens pt nl tn
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tiw, lots in No. 16, $450.
Frank Bennett and wife to W. C.
Long, 51 acres in No. 6, $3000.
H.-T. Miller et al. to Mrs. Roxie
Jordan et al., 87 acres in No. 14,
$4,250. . .
Leon Foulks et ah.to Morris Blake-
more, timber in Ho. 1, $1000.
Oran Stigler to Clem Cartwrijrht.
lots In No. 13, $465.
T. N. Todd and wife to R. H. Moss
60 acres ia No, 16, $4000.
I. GJosson and wife to Mrs. Kate
i nomas, lot in No. 13, 1250.
AN ORDINANCE FIXING A PRIV
ILEGE TAX UPON BUSINESS
DONE IN UNION CITY, TENNES
SEE.
SECTION 1. Be it ordained by the
Board of Mayor and Aldermen of
Union City, that each business or
avocation that is taxed by tho State
of Tennessee for the privilege of do
ing business in the State by the Acts
cf the General Assembly of the State
of Tennessee for the year 1919 and
as amended by the Acts of the Gen
eral Assembly of the State of Tennes
see the year of 1921 and as are
enumerated therein, are hereby taxed
a3 a privilege by the Board of Mayor
and Aldermen of Union City of a like
sum for doing business within the
corporate limits of sail town.
SECTION 2. Be it further ordained
that this ordinance 'take effect from
and after its passage, the public wel
fare requiring it, and that all laws
and parts of laws in conflict herewith-are
repealed. '
. Passed and approved this 21st dav
of February, 1922.
J. W. WOOSLEY, Mayor.
W. D. REISER, Recorder.
Pure Bred Setting Eggs
FOR SALE
The Fulton County Poultry Association of
fers setting eggs of White Rocks, Barred
Rocks, Rhode Island Reds, White and Brown
Leghorns, White Wyandottes, Langshansand
Orpingtons, at $1.00 per single setting, or at
the rate of $6.00 per hundred. All eggs han
dled by the Association are from high pro
ducing culled flocks. Also, a few high class
cockerels from these strains. '
Mrs. J. W. Mayes, Secretary, HickmarvKy
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