Newspaper Page Text
eleven one- cigarettes The Bis' Twelve Deal. ALL GENERAL WORK TRENGjTH ENED BY 75 MILLION CAM PAWN, IT IS SHOWN. Three Friendly Gentleman 80,0000 GASH 4 4 i i 1 1 .1 - I I it FIFTEEN In a new package that fits the pocket At a price that fits the pocket-book The same unmatched blend of Turkish, Virginia and BURLEY Tobaccos & 1 - .. IIHMMMH Ihe Commercial, Union City, Tenn. FRIDAY, MARCH 31,-1922." iti-Y Stock Campaign Extended. You will probably be informed, both at your Bible class and by per sonal interview that the time for the Hi-Y stock selling . campaign has been extended til Friday, April 6. - The plain facts of the case are that "the State Committee is in ur gent need of all the funds tnat can be raised at once. Without assistance some source their boys' work et ho KPrfmislv decreased and .nns- sibly discontinued indefinitely. The Hi-Y clubs are the eourco from which they are expecting this assistance. YOU THE CITIZENS OP UNION CITY, are the ones on whom we are depending. Will you back us, the boys of your town, who are making an effort to save a work which we ally realize is so essential and neces sary to the making of good citizens from the high sphool boys of your town? Our club, has only begun its work. In the future it will become a strong factor for good in the town and county. You can easily see that this work must not be stopped or lessened in any way. Other towns "have put their campaign through, some 'going over their Quota. Can iJESjJ1 City fail to do' as much? We feel sure that YOU will help us put Union City over tho top. Some time next week you will be approach ed by a Hi-Y member who can give you the facts more in detail. But remember the one big thing THE SUCCESS OF THIS PROJECT RESTS ON YOU! , WHAT SHALL IT PROFIT THIS OR ANY OTHER COMMUNI TY IF IT GAIN THE WHOLE WORLD AND LOSE ITS OWN BOYS? ' Something New and Good. Mr. Woosley has arranged a black board in his store absolutely for the! use of the public. It was much need ed and you are' urgently requested to use it at any and all times. . He has both phones 55 and if you want to send a message to any of your peple who have gone to the city or have forgotten something or want your folks to call home before they leave town, call Mr. Woosley and he will put the call on the board, "'Dube Mansfield, . call your home," or "Henry Frazier, bring some soda," etc. Be certain to tell your people to go see the board before leaving. There may be an important message for'you. Sanitary Contract. The city sanitary contract was re ' let this week to Mr. Ed Hawes, the other gentlemen who were elected failing to qualify. Mr. Hawes will have quarters at the City Hall for collections. "The rates are as fol lows : Private residences, Small "homes, 75 cents; large homes and "business houses, 90 cents. - Preaching Service. - We are requested to announce Christian Missionary Alliance serv ices at St. James Chapel on Church street next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, conducted by Rev. J.E. Ram aeyer. Everyone invited. DURLEY VIRGINIA . &1f1 FIFTH AVE. MIW YORK CITV Death at Springfield, Tenn. Mrs. Emily Rose, aged 67 years, died at home in Springfield, Tenn., March 27, 1922, after an illness of several months. M"rs. Rose was the mother of our fellow-citizen, Mr. R. R. Rose. Five other children of Mrs. Rose survive as- follows: Mrs. C. C. Holman, Adairville, Ky.; Mrs. Joel Swann, Mrs. Geo. Izor, Miss Ambye Rose and Frank Rose, Jr., ,all of Springfield. Mrs. Rose became a Christian in childhood and reflected throughout her life the many qualities of a de voted Christian woman. The Union City friends tender the kindest sym pathy. Funeral services were conducted at the Baptist Church. Pastor L. S Euton paid tribute to the memory of the departed and the remains were conveyed to Elmwood Cemetery for burial with a tribute of flowers NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. Lettie Lillian Holly vs. Chester Hoi ly. Circuit Court, Obion County Tennessee. Jn the above styled cause, it ap pcaring from the bill of complaint; which is sworn to, that the place of residence of the defendant is un known and cannot be ascertained upon diligent inquiry, so that ordi nary process of law cannot be served upon him. It is therefore ordered that the said above named defendant appear before the Circuit Court of Obion County, Tennessee, on or be fore the first Monday of May, 1922 that being the first day of the regular May term of said Circuit 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-parte. It Is further ordered that publication of this notice be made for four consecutive weeks in The Commercial, a weekly newspa per published in Obion County.Tenn This March 30, 1922. J. N. RUDDLE, Clerk. Geo. A. Gibbs, Sol. for Complt. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. Rice Brown, col., vs. Lucy Brown, col. Circuit Court, Obion County, Tennessee. In the above styled cause, it ap pearing from the bill of complaint, which is sworn to, that the defend ant, Lucy Brown, is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee, and resi dent unknown, so that ordinary process of law cannot be served upon her. It is hereby ordered that the said above named defendant appear before the Circuit Court of Obion County, Tennessee, on or before the fjrst Monday of May, 1922, that be ing first day of said Circuit Court, and make defense to the said bill, or the same will be taken as con fessed by her, and the said cause set for hearing ex-parte as to her. It is i further ordered that - publication of this notice be made for four consec utive weeks in The Commercial, a weekly newspaper published In Obion County, Tenn. l-4t This 29th day of March, 1922. J. N. RUDDLE, Clerk. E. H. Lannom, Sol. for Complt. When you want light globes, buy EDISON. Averitt Electric. Sum That Hav. Baan Appropriate To Various Objoot. Sat Forth By Haadquartara Offlca At riaanvKia, Tenn. ft i-' f ' Wt Jar$ l" r i WBl Dr. E. Gill, Baptist Representative in Europe, on Lett, ana p. v. Paviorr or All Russian Baptist Union. From the beginning of the Baptist 75 Million Campaign to January, 1922, a total of $30,356,319.41 had been paid in to objects fostered by the Cam paign, it ia announced by the general headquarters office at Nashville. Of this amount $28 799,971.15 came in through the payment of regular Cam palgn subscriptions and the remaining f 1,556,348.26 in special contributions, Regular receipts from the various states follow: Ala., $1,301,134.76; Ark. $714,683.09; D. of C, $123,280.01; Fla. $469,753.53; Ga., $3,000,174.10; 111. $298,576.13; Ky $3,187,656.15; La., $807,991.13.; Md., $393,517.46; Miss., $1,243,846.50; Mo., $1190,754.70; N. M, $145,229.97; N. C, $2,211,741.50; Okla., $840,562.65; S. C, $2,633,840.53; Tenn $1,797,483.10; Tex., $5,162,658.85; Va., $3,279,085. More than 250,000 baptisms were reported by Southera Baptist churches last year. How Money Wat Diatributed Seven general objects of the denom ination were embraced in the Cam palgn program, and from the regular Campaign contributions those objects have received the following amount. according to a compilation by the head' quarters office: Foreign missions, $5,- 434.012.S3; home missions, $3,562,' 600.67; state missions in the seventeen states and local work in the District of Columbia, $4,954,813.26; Christian eduoation, $7,192,442.79; Baptist hos pitals, $2,004,099.16; orphanages, $2,. 103,787.83; and Relief and Annuity Board, which ministers to aged de pendent ministers and their families, $799,126.99. What Money Has Done These funds represent an advance, ranging from 200 to 300 per cent, In the contributions of Southern Baptists to their general missionary, educa tional and benevolent work, prior to the inauguration of the Campaign, and have enabled the boards and other agencies to greatly extend their serv ices in all departments. In addition to sending out more than 180 new mis sionaries since the Campaign began, and providing many churoa buildings, mission residences, schools, theolog ical seminaries, publishing houses, hospitals and the like on the older fields the Foreign Mission Board has been enabled to open work in the new fields of Spain, Jugo-SIavla, Hungary, Roumanla and Southern Russia in Europe, and Palestine, Syria and Si beria in Asia, and Dr. Everett Gill, for many years a missionary in Italy, but more recently a pastor In Kansas City, has been named special European rep resentative to supervise the greatly expanded work on that continent. Dr. Gill is giving much of his time to dis tributing Baptist relief funds In Rus sia and otherwise looking after the in terests of the denomination there. Home, Work Enlarged Among the outstanding accomplish ments of the Home Mission Board are the aiding of more than 1,000 churches with loans and gifts for church build ings, completion of the big tuberculo sis sanatorium at El Paso, enlarge ment of the work In Cuba and the Canal Zone, strengthening of the 37 mountain mission schools and the de velopment of all eleven departments of the work of the Board. In all sev enteen states of the Southern Baptist Convention the state mission work baa been greatly extended, the number of Baptists hospitals in the South has been increased from eleven to twenty- three, all of the older eighteen Baptist orphanages have been aided in mate rial ways and two new ones have been established, while the number of aged dependent ministers and their families has been doubled and the amount of aid given them-lncreased 100 per oent. Collections Are Pushed While the collections so far repre sent a big gain over the contributions of Southern Baptists to their work be fore the Campaign, the sum collected is not all that is due and in all the South an effort is being made to col lect as much more as possible by the lose of the Convention year, May L - .huf none of the work may suffer. Here is a deal consisting of 12 different items of household necessities. Not an item in this list that you don't need, and in buying it all at one time you can save 40 per cent, or $2.00. Is $2.00 worth saving? Read this list, ask your groceryman his prices-and note the big saving. 14 pounds pure Cane Granulated Sugar, regular price $1.00 1 24-lb. sack White Plume, or Omega Flour, reg. price... 1.30 1 5-tie, best grade Broom, regular price .75 1 pound Cocoa, regular price 50 1 lb. Baker's Shreded Cocoanut, regular price 60 1 3-lb. can Capitol Blend or j0l,nbeades Coffee, reg. price 1.20 3 pounds Rolled Oats, regular price 30 1 Box Blue Ribbon Peaches, 20c size 20 5 Bars Palmolive assorted Toilet Soap .50 1 big 4-oz. box American Ball Blue 15 1 pound pure pulverized Black Pepper, regular price 30 1 Enameled 3-qt. Kettle or 11 -inch Wash Pan 25 Total $7.05 Cost you $5.00 You save $205 We guarantee every item in the above list to -be of the very highest quality the market affords no exceptions. Just bring or send $5.00 and the entire list will be proposition good for all this week or as Caslh Citizens Ice Coal Co, Successors to Union City Ice & Coal Co. Nothing new but the NAME Same place. PLENTY OF Don't wait, send your order Grocery Co. Same courteous Same Phone Number 150 EE ICE-PLENTY OF COAL sTELEPHONE forthcoming. This long as stock lasts. today. treatment v. t.