Tie. Commercial, Union City Tenn I LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1922.
FOR RENT Farm for rent and
stock for sale: Apply this office.
FOR SALE , CHEAP New . late
idel typewBlter; This office.
t SEED SWEET POTATOES for sale.
AV Mrs. F. E. Arnn. Phone 301.
ROOMS : FOR
mb. 248. P.
I. Chandler, 609
.FOR SALE Window sash suitable
'covering hot beds. Call at Mrs.
rOR SALE CHEAP One 7-pas-f.?r
touring car in excellent condi-
SALE Cheap Vose piano;
In good condition. Phone
, FOR RENT Six room residence,
'ell located. Will give good deal on
ine year lease. See Geo. M. Kerr at
commercial office. 46-tf
1 FOR SALE California honey; 60
lb. can, $8.00; small quantities,
15c pound. Obion Mill & Elevator
Co., Obion, Phone 12. 47-6t
FOR SALE Setting egg9, full
blood Rhode Island Reds, $1.00 for
15. Cumberland Phone 286. Mrs.
Enloe Chiles, city. 49-4t
Boards and lumber for sale.
D. 3. Simmons, Rives, Tenn., R.F.D.
No. 1. Rural phone (Sidonia) 19-6.
WANTED Boarders, girls pre
ferred. Prices reasonable. See Mrs,
Myrtle Killion, 903 South First
HATCHING EGGS From my
best pens R. I. Reds, $1.50 a setting
of 15 6KKB. Phono 3 2 2-J. 48-4t
' G. F. SCHLEIFER,
NICE LOT FOR SALE, corner Di
vision and College streets, with wa
ter and sewerage connection. Phone
FARM FOR RENT On the share
crop plan. Good house and good land
T. B. Clement, phone 800-3, Rives
FURNITURE FOR SALE Two
dressers, davenport, leopard rug, bear
rug, wardrobe, several other pieces,
, For prices call Mrs. W. R. Webster,
V'hone 594-W. 49tf
'" FOR SALE Five acres of land
located near East View Cemetery,
Price right. J. E. COBB,
410 S. 5th street, Louisville, Ky,
, GOOD ROOMS Parties desiring
good rooms well located and fur
nished, etc., are requested to call
Cumb. phone 231, 501 Fifth street
WANTED Several additional
clerks. Must have experience in a
- retail shoe and dry goods store and
come well recommended, otherwise
you need not apply. 51-lt
CASH GROCERY CO.
BUSINESS IS FINE, THANK
CASH GROCERY CO.
Eggs for Hatching.
From E. W. Mahood strain. Single
Comb R. I. Reds, $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 516. 47tf
FOR SALE One 80-acre farm,
land all cleared, located on the pro
posed Bristol-to-Memphis highway
two miles east of Union City. Good
residence, deep well and other improvements.-
Farm will be offered on
a credit of two to eight years
This is a fine opportunity to get a
good farm. J. P. CLOAR.
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 Btreet. -
THE MILLING HOSPITAL
A Modern. Surgical Institution. -
Competent Trained Nurse
OR. W. A. NAILLING Chief Surgeon
Onion City, Tenn. Both Phone 41."
County 262 . . .
Dr. C. E. Upchurch
fount??1" Mr Arnn's Millinery Store
neck, the-. rp
favor 'of TrY- : : : 1 enn
Troy ran hev,
In the last quarti.
'' 666 cures Chills and Fever. ,
Judge Jeter, of Dresden,, was a
To break a cold take 666., ,
Mr. R. B. Milner has been sick
for several days.
Misses Taylor, of Martin, were
666 cures Malarial Fever.
Mrs. Geo. Botts, of Rives, was a
Buy a Box to-morrow Dletzel's.
Mrs. Joe Ingle, of Hickman, was
here shopping Monday.
Get a Box to-morrow, Dletzel's.
Mrs. P. D. Harris, of Greenfield,
was a Wednesday shopper.
. Mrs. Andrew Hurt, of Kenton, was
among the Wednesday shoppers.
Telephone Dietzel's about Box
Mrs. Jack Hubbs is able to be up
after an illness of several days.
Mr. Mark Forester has returned
from a business trip to Nashville.'
$1.00 Box Sale Dietzel's to-mor
Mrs. Homer White and baby were
in St. Louis last week as visitors.
Dr. and Mrs. P. Prather, of Wood
land, were visitors here yesterday.
Dietzel's Box Sale begins at 9
Mr. W. B. Forrester was operated
on at Nailling Hospital Wednesday
Mrs. A. B. Coble and Mrs. Corker
Jackson have returned from Mem
Pattern hats at Mrs. Arnn's,
Beautiful new styles and real values
at conservative prices.
Miss Annie Lou Warren, of Hick
man, was visiting in this city Sat
' Fresh Oysters at Burdicks. Phone
Mr. Percy Jones, the famous bread
maker of Hickman, was in the city
Where- to buy a new spring hat
is the question much better answered
after you have paid a visit to Mrs
Arnn's. See the new stock.
Mrs. John D. Palmer went to Jack
son this week to visit her daughter
Mrs. Mary Schmidt will visit her
husband, Wm. Schmidt, at Humboldt
for a few days.
Don't be misled by talk about de
pression. It's a poor nut that falls
for the first frost. Buy your Elec
trical Supplies at an ELECTRICAL
SHOP. It pays. Averitt Electric.
Mrs. Perkins and Mrs. Whitnell, of
Martin, were visiting with friends in
this city Tuesday.
Mrs. W. G. Harris, who is with
Mrs. Jeter as nurse at Dresden, came
down Sunday for the day.
-The millinery of the season is
exnressed more emphatically this
year in the product of pattern hats
shown to a very large extent at Mrs
Arnn's. See the latest arrivals.
Mrs. Arthur Scates went to Mem
phis this week to visit her daughter,
Elizabeth, in school.
Miss Ruth Carlton, of Gleason
came town last week with Miss Iris
McCorkle for a few days.
Cornell Wood Board, the best in
side wall ceiling. Sold and recom
mended by R. C. Woods and J. M.
Russell, the Red Spot Paint & Glass
Company, Phone 260; Washington
Mr: Homer White, of the freight
department of the M. & O. R. R. Co.,
went to St. Louis this week.
Mrs. Williamson Stitt, of Murray,
Ky.. who is well known in Union
City, is locating in Clarksdale, Miss
Brushes paint brushes, var
nish brushes,' floor brushes, window
brushes, dusters, mops, chamois
skins, Ocedar oil and mops, at Red
Spot Paint and Glass Store, Washing
ton avenue. Phone 260.
Mr. J. P. Stalcup, of Martin, who
was operated on Sunday at Nailling
Hospital for appendicitis, is improv
Reports from Mrs. Robert L. Dar
nell, who was taken to Nashville for
an operation, are that she is doing
finely. ' Mrs. Darnell is in St. Thomas
Hospital. , 1
The new paint store on Wash
ington avenue has paints of all colors
and for all purposes; ranging in price
from 90 cents to $6.50 per gallon;
quality equals price. R. C. Woods
and J. M. Russell's Red Spot Paint
& Glass Store. Cumb. Phone 260.
Mrs. L. O. Brown, of Paris; Mrs.
J. Minor, of Bowling Green, Ky.,
and Mrs. Cordie Morris, of Obion,
are here for the funeral of Mrs. T. J.
Amos, who died in St. Louis.
Your attention is called to an ar
ticle on the subject of potato rot in
another column. Mr. Saml. D. Woos
ley presented us with the article and
it is a very valuable contribution to
Miss Lavera Lovelace spent the
week end with home folks.
Miss Clare Parks is visiting rela
tives at Trimble this week.
Mr. I. S. . Kirby was transacting
business at. Obion Wednesday.
Mrs. Tobe McDonald, of Martin,
was shopping in Union City Monday.
Mrs. G. R. Moss and daughter, of
Martin, were shoppers here Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Enloe Chiles spent
Sunday with Mr. Chiles' father at
Mrs. P. W. Moffatt and daughter,
Sarah, of Troy, were shopping here
Mrs. Willie Burton and baby, of
Kenton, were the guests of Dr. Und
Mrs. Latimer' this week.
Miss Kathleen Arnold, who has
been attending Kroeger College, St.
Louis, has returned home.
Mr. B. F. Lane, of Amorilla, Tex.,
is expected to return Saturday for a
few days looking after business in
Mrs. Myrtle Posey, who spent the
winter with her daughter, Mrs. C. F.
Dickinson, at Arkansas City, Ark
is expected home Monday.
Dr. O'Phenty, of the Reynolds
Packing Company, left Monday fo
Washington City, his old home, to see
his aged mother, who is very ill.
Miss Pearl Milam, of this city, and
Miss Helen Milan:, of Ripley, left
Sunday for the State Normal at Mur
ireesooro to attend the summer
Mr. G. W. Tucker, Rev. W. B. Cun
ningham, Mrs. T. J. Malone and Mrs
Lizzie Latimer attended the meeting
of Obion Presbytery of the C. P
Church at Kenton this week.
Mr. Frank L. Redditt, formerly of
this city, .hut lately of New Orleans
La., leaves his position there to . re
turn to a position here with the
Oliver-Cobb Drug Co.
Dr. S. E. Allmond made a profes
sional visit to Henry County this
week. While at Henry he visited
thelocal Masonic Lodge and conduct
ed a school of instruction, delivering
lectures threee nights.
Saturday, March 18, I will sell
to each customer whatever he wants
at cost of any one item in my store
he may choose.
SAML. D. WOOSLEY.
Our friend, Mr. Humphrey, of the
Southeastern Express service on the
southern division of the M. & O. R.R
tells us that Mr. W. M. Dismukes wad
called to Artesia this week on ac
count of the serious illness of his
brother. Mr. Dismukes has been
spending a few weeks in Mobile.
The High School girls basket ball
team went to Nashville yesterday to
attend the tournament. Included in
the party are Virginia Blanton, Mar
jorie Dahnke, Bernice Flack,- Leda
Cunningham, Nell Bond, Elizabeth
Alexander, Rachel Burrus, Elizabeth
Roofing Black Blazer Roofing,
slate surfaced, 85 lbs. to roll, $3.25
Defender Roofing, 108 sq. feet to
roll, $2.00 a roll. Buy where prices
are right. Phone 260. Washington
avenue. R. C. Woods and J. M, Rus
sell's Red Spot Paint & Glass Store.
G. L. Trosper and Mrs. N. B. Ash
ley. Menzen M. Albright and Mattie
Lou Puckett. .
Tom Orear and Ollie Couch.
Harrel Baker and Mabel Murray.
Vernon F. Bugg and Martha Cis
Smith Heathcock and Pauline Rob
Herbert A. Yates and Mary Aus
tin. Raymond Owen and Nell Brown.
Sidney Howard and Lorina Clay.
Houston Lillard and Addio Peo
ples. Will Crews and Ella Landrum.
Tom Lovejoy and Dessie Johnson.
Helnia Hughes and Irene Love.
T. R. Reynolds is having a service
station erected on his corner in front
of the shop on First and Main streets.
Mr. Reynolds will have a fine loca
tion and no doubt will have a liberal
share of the public patronage. Good
"The little Clodhopper."
Have y6u heard of "The Little
Clodhopper," who will make her ap
pearance at Dixie High School Sat
urday niftht, March 18. Should it
be raining then, she will come the
following Monday night.
."The Little Clodhopper" is a play
full of bright comedy and laughable
situations. Judy, the little clodhop
per from the poorhouse, who finds
happiness at last after many trials
and troubles, Is a great part, played
by Miss Sadie Stovall.
Septimus. Green, a dashing, talka
tive young book agent, who disguises
in the third act as an old ranchman,
is acted by Robert Caudle. The coun
try boob, Ocey Gump, always hungry
but able to make love to the girls, es
pecialy Juliette, furnishes plenty of
side-splitting fun. Ocey in real life
is Mr. Chas. Cloar. George Chigger-
son, played Dy Heron Myers, is a
typical city dude, who knows how to
knit but doesn't like to have girls
kiss him. It is "well worth the entire
price of the play to see the comedy
old maid played by Mrs. Otis Green.
Mrs. W. B. Forrester as the scheming
society woman and Miss Opal Clack
as a young moving picture actress,
assist in making a full evening of
solid fun relieved with touches of
pathos and dramatic act-endings.
The public is most cordially in
vited to see this play. The charac
ters have worked hard to get it up
and want you to see it. COME.
the growers of sweet potatoes.
Death of Colored Man.
Arn King, one of the old and re
spected colored citizens, died Monday
morning. He was about 75 years old
and was employed by the N., C. & St.
Ry., for 53 years. He was retired
and . given the long-service pension
about one year ago.
A Card of Thanks.
We wish to thank the friends,
neighbors and the nurse for the ma
ny kind deeds shown us during the
sickness and death of our loved one,
Also we thank the Post Office boys
of Union City and the Masonic Lodge
at Hickman especially for the beau
tiful flowers they sent. Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Wilson and Family.
Money to Loan
am authorized to take applications for long time loans
to be made by The Northwestern Mutual Life In
surance Co., on improved farms of 50 acres or more in
Obion and Weakley Counties, Tennessee, and Fulton
County, Kentucky. The amount of money that can be
loaned at the present time is limited. The rate of interest
is 6 per cent. Please call at once if you are in need of
a farm loan. ::::::::::::: :
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O. SPRADLIN, Union City, Tennessee
OLD NATIONAL BANK FINDS
We call attention to the statement
of the Old National Bank, Union
City, Tenn., apparing above. This
bank was organized in 1888 and has
ever had for its motto, "To extend ev
ery courtesy consistent with SOUND
BANKING." After 34 years of suc
cessful banking we feel qualified to
meet the requirements and needs of
our customers and friends. WE
HEARTILY SOLICIT YOUR BUSI
Charter No. 9629
Eeserve District No. 8
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
Old National Bank
AT UNION CITY
in the State of Tennessee, at the close of
business on March 10, 1922.
Iinns and discounts, includ
ing rediscounts, accept
ances of other banks, and
foreign bills of exchange
or drafts sold with endorse
ment of this bank (except
those shown in b and c)..$319,501.14
Acceptances of other banks
discounted lb, 416.85
Total loans $335,917.99
Overdrafts, unsecured 592.70
U. S. Government secu
Deposited to secure circula
tion. U. S. Bonds oar value 50,000.00
All other United States Gov-
ment securities 61,000.00
Other bonds, stocks, securi
Ranking; house, $4,000.00; Fur
niture and fixtures ii.ztu.u
Lawful reserve with Federal
Reserve Bank n.ta.yi
Cash in vault andamount due
from national banks 108,805.69
Amounts due from state
banks, bankers and trust
com panies in the United
States (other than included
in Items 8 .9. or 10) 20,277.63
Checkson other banks in the
same city or town as re
porting bank, other than
Item 12 2,957.66
Checks on banks located
outside of city or town of
reporting; bank and other
cash items 639. 44
Total of items 9, 10, 11, 12
Redemption fund with U. S.
Treasurer ana aue irom
U. S. Treasurer
Capital Stock paid in
Surolus fund .
Undivided profits 20,593.51
L,ess current expenses, inter
est ana taxes paia .. t.aoi.iu
Circulating notes outstand'g
Amount due to National
Amounts due to State banks,
bankers and trust com
panies in the United States
and foreign countries
(other than included in
Items 21 or 22 10,245.65
Certified checks outstanding 65.50
Cashier's checks on own
bank outstanding W.4y
Demand deposits (other
than bank deposits) sub
ject to Reserve depos
its payable within 30 days;
Individual deposits subject
to check 33,031. w
Dividends unpaid 4.666.50
Time deposits. Subject to
reserve (payable after 30
days, or subject to 30 days
or more notice, and postal
Certificates of deposit (other
than for money borrowed I 73 , 089. 03
TAKING CARE OF A GARDEN IS HEALTHY EXER
CISE IF YOU USE OUR GOOD GARDEN TOOLS. IF YOU
USE OLD. WORN OUT THINGS, IT IS REAL HARD WORK.
CONE IN AND LET US SHOW YOU OUR LABOR-SAVING
TOOLS FOR YOUR GARDEN HOW EASY THEY MAKE
YOUR WORK. AND THE VERY REASONABLE PRICES WE
ASK FOR THEM.
OUR HARDWARE WEARS
Frank C. Wehman
Our 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.
A Clean Store A Clean Stock
Prompt Service A Square Deal
So call for what you want
E. P. GRISSOM
State of Tennessee,
County of Obion. )
I. A. L. Garth, Cashier of the above-
named bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the best
of my knowledge and belief.
A. L. Garth, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 16th day of March, 1922.
C. V. Jones,
Seal. Notary Public.
H. A. Beck,
A. J. Cobum,
E. A. Glover,
Do You Eat?
WE WILL BE GLAD TO FEED
We sell the best there is on the market
and our PRICES are REASONABLE
We are located at the old stand of the Hefley Grocery Co.
MR. J. V. HEFLEY
has charge of our Meat Department and joins us in
asking the good people of Union City and vicinity for
We keep our store neat and clean and especially invite
our customers to visit us.
and give us an order, we guarantee you good goods, de
livered promptly, at reasonable prices.
S. T. DENTON & SON
-Both phones 197.-
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