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The Commercial, Union City, Term.
FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1922.
WHEN YOU WANT AUTO SUPPLIES. DRIVE RIGHT UP
TO OUR STORE-WE HAVE' THEM-THE GOOD KIND
THAT EXPERIENCED MOTORISTS HAVE TESTED AND
.FOUND THE BEST,
TIRES. TUBES ALWAYS ON HAND.
WE TREAT YOU RIGHT WHEN YOU DEAL WITH US.
OUR HARDWARE WEARS
Frank C. Wehman
GO YOU CERTAINLY CAN
when you carry a hand-made hattery
on your car. It has lots of pep and
""fig power, wiu carry you up
steep hills and never fall to spark,
Hitch up our battery and play safe
McHUGH BATTERY CO.
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Minstrel was postponed until to
Services at the A. R. P. Church
Chas, Reeder is in home from Be
mis this week. '
M. T. Warren visited " in Kenton
Saturday and Sunday. , 'v
Mr. Ledbetter was a business vis
itor in Trenton Tuesday.
Mrs. Chas. Reeder, very sick last
week is now convalescing.
Misses Lizzie Guy and Aletha Bon
ner are reported very sick.
W. A. McNeill and E. E. Shore
were end-of-the-week visitors here
Mat Taylor, of Kenton, is a vis
itor this week with Mesdames E". H.
White and Mamie Ph'ebUS.Tr. - .
Don't forget the minstrel to-night.
Costs no more than a flrst-class mo
vie and promises to be a scream.
Darktown strutters, pigeon wing
twist and everything to-night at the
school auditorium in a great minstrel.
Rev. C.W. Erhardt was up Sunday
from Obion and preached two ser
mons at the M. E. Church to large
audiences. ' " '
This is trade week here for care
ful housewives. The remnant sales
mean great economy in dressine
up the little folks.
Elder Dorence Woody,' in from
Nashville, reports a great seventy-flve-day
meeting in progress at the
Ryman Auditorium. Elder Hardeman
is doing the preaching.
Two big baseball games on the
local diamond this afternoon and to
morrow. Visiting teams are Trimble
for this afternoon and Sharon to
morrow. Come and enjoy the sport.
Friday night of next week the
"Womanless Wedding" comes off.
Rehearsals are In order for this great
event. Extra feature is a comedy
a la gossip by eight prominent wom
en of this vicinity.
In the scheme of closing up the
ranks the I. C. Railroad has moved
Mr. Hill Hight, operator here for
some six years, to Tupelo, Miss. Mr.
Hlght will be greatly missed here in
Messrs. R. L. Harper and T. C.
Callicott report a very splendid C. E.
convention at Newbern. Others from
here taking part in the program were
Misses Euline and Mary Belle Cum-
mings, Leone and Mildred Callicott,
Ruth Harper, Eunice Crocker and
Messrs. George McNeill, Claude Cal
licott and Lexle Harper.
Christian Church Revival.
You are most cordially invited to
attend the revival now in progress at
the Christian Church.
Good singing, fervent praying and
earnest gospel preaching are being
enjoyed at each service each even
ing at 7:30 including Saturday even
ing. Sunday will be a big day with sun
rise prayer meeting at 6:30 o'clock.
Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.
Preaching at 11 a.m.
Mass meeting for men and boys,
3 o'clock Sunday afternoon.
'Preaching at 7:30 p.m.
DENUDED TURKEY "CAME TO"
Program of the quarterly meeting
of the W. M. S. of Beulah Associa
tion, which meets with the Union
City Baptist Church, April 20, 2922:
Devotional: Mrs. G. E. Boston
Welcome Address: Mrs. S.E. Brum-
mel, Sr., Union City.
"Russia Our Greatest Mission
Field," by Mrs. Rawson, Martin.
Reading of leaflet, "Her Better
Self," by Mrs. Clarence Cloys, Union
Solo: "Use Me," by Mrs. Adams,
Talk by Mrs. Bailey, Memphis,
Devotional, Mrs. Leslie Cunning
ham, Union City.
Talk: "Making the Isthmus a Safe
Place to Live," by Mrs. A. X. Bur
rus, Woodland Mills.
Paper on Prayer, by Mrs. Collier,
Duet, by Misses Ruth and LaNelle
Marshall, Union City.
Reading, by Mrs. S. Sutherland,
"What Shall We Do About Our
Negro," by Mrs. Henry Jackson, Un
The unfinished task In
"The Unfinished Task in the Sev
enty-Five Million Campaign," by
Mrs. patherine White, Martin.
The closing hymn, '''You."
Chloroformed Bird, Minus Feathers,
Very Much Alive When the An.
esthetic Had Worn Off.
One of New ..Jersey's most con
servative towns Is consumed with
mirth, and the objects of said mirth
are a young, kind-hearted bride and
bridegroom. The bridegroom, it ap-
pears, took a, chance on a turkey that
was being raffled off in his New York
office and a few days later was notified
that he had won the pompous bird.
Highly delighted, he gave his address
and ordered the prize sent out to his
New Jersey home.
In the course of time the bird ar
rived at its destination, and arrived,
much to the surprise of the bride and
bridegroom, In a wire crate very much
alive, remarks the New York Sun. As
their experience in executing birds was
nil and the bride "couldn't bear to
have Its pretty head chopped off,"
they .decided to chloroform it. Con
sequently, the next night, when the
bridegroom got home from the office,
the anesthetic waet administered on a
lovely lace handkerchief and then the
bird was plucked and put Into the
Ice box. About 9 o'clock that night
the peace and quiet around the library
lamp were disturbed by strange noises
In the kitchen.
Hand in hand the newlyweds bravely
descended upon the kitchen expecting
to find the ever-looked-for burglar,
But no burglar was to be seen. Lo
cating the noise in the direction of the
Ice box the brave young bridegroom
swung open the doors and out stepped
a very naked turkey. After a few
rounds of the kitchen with consider
able flapping of wings he began pick
ing up the crumbs on the floor. The
bride and bridegroom looked at each
other In horror and fled from the
kitchen. An hour or so later the
services of a neighbor were called
upon end this time the turkey was an
esthetized with an ax.
Woodfin Brothers' Grocery.
A new grocery on Main street.
Prices right. Call and see us. Phone
235. ... 48-tf
U. D. C. Meeting.
The history department of th&
Leonidas Polk Chapter, U. D. Cj., wilt
meet with Mrs. G. S. Miles on Thurs
day afternoon, April 20, at 2 o'clock-
Leader, Mrs. Thos. J. Bonner. Re
quest is made for general attendance.:
0. E. S.
The second and fourth Friday haa
been set for the. Eastern Star meet
ings at 7:30 p.m.- Please make it a:
point to be present. l-4t.
The officers and members of the-
executive committee of the Ladies'
Auxiliary, American Legion, Milton.
Talley Post, are called to meet Thurs-
.day morning, April 20, at 10
o'clock. Everyone urged to be pres
ent. ' .
Red Spot Pingo Varnish.
Pingo Varnish is a pure, clear,
lasting varnish $5.00 a gallon. W&
have all the cheaper grades.
RED SPOT PAINT & GLASS CO.
Hiawatha's Childhood To-Night.
The fourth and fifth grades will:
appear at the High School audito
rium to-night In the operetta, Hia
watha's Childhood, under the direc
tion of Miss Marene Allen. An ad
mission of 15 cents will be charged,
the proceeds to be used for improve
ments on. the gymnasium.
Giant Dahlias, 50c Each.
Ordinary Dahlias, $1.00 Doz.
Canna Bulbs, $1.00 Doz., Postpaid-
tf C. S. Whitley, Phone 16. tf
SEEKS BEST WOMAN WORKER
Labor Newspaper of Rio de Janeiro I
Succeeds In doing the "Beauty
Contest" One Better.
Club Sandwiches of
Spanish Green Olives
The Y. W. A. of Baptist Church.
"Cold In the Head"
tm an acute attack of Nasal Catarrh. Per
one who are subject to freouent "colds
In the head" will And that the use of
HALLS UATAKMH MEDICINE W1U
build up the System, cleanse the Blood
and render them less liable to colds.
Repeated attacks of Acute Catarrh may
ieaa 10 tnromc catarrn.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE la tak,
en Internally and acts through the Blood
on tne mucous surfaces or the system.
ah Druggists ioc. Testimonials free.
tlOO.OO for nv rn of ratnrrh th
BALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE wlU not
r. J. Cheney at Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Messrs. W. L. Bryan & Co. bought
a car load of choice lambs Saturday
and shipped to St. Louis. The price
paid the grower . was 15 cents or
about $9.00 each, and the shipment
topped' the sales at St. Louis Mon
day. Obion County fat sheared Bheep
also brought top prices.
The hog market is steady at 9c.
Corn is selling at 65 cents.
The Y. W. A. met in the home of
Mrs. Walker Martin on Saturday
April 8. Miss Hattie Mai Howard
was the leader of the lesson. The
devotional exercises were led by Miss
Pearl Floyd, the topic being "The
Command the Promise of Power,
The subject of the lesson was the
75-milllon campaign. .The meeting
was called to order by the president,
Mrs. Carlton, and after roll call the
minutes were read and adopted
Business before the organization was
discussed. Mrs. Garrett Pruett was
welcomed as a new member. After
the study of the lesson the society
was dismised by Mrs. Walker Kerr,
A salad course was served. Ttfe next
meeting will be held the second Sat
urday in May, the place yet to be
Every one declared Mrs. Martin
the ideal hostess.
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. 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,
Tne "beauty contest" is gone one
better by the Intranslgente, a labor pa
per of Rio de Janeiro, which has start
ed a contest to ascertain the best
"manual or Intellectual laboress of
Simultaneous with the opening of
a beauty contest by another Journal of
Rio, the Intranslgente announced it
would give a valuable prize to a wom
an or girl securing the largest num
ber of votes for being the most skilled
woman in any line of work. '
The lists published by the Intransl
gente of the contestants and their
standing Include the names of sten
ographers, actresses, seamstresses,
women In all branches of government
work, laundry workers, telephone op
erators, shop girls and numerous Oth
Contrary to expectations actresses
do not head the list of contestants,
the top place being occupied by Sen
horlnha Baley, a seamstress, who has
a total of mere than 1,000 votes' to
her credit, says the New York Sua.
Regiment of Nurses Ready.
In the event of another great out
break of disease such as the Influenza
epidemic, the city of Chicago has a
nurse militia ready to be called out on
a few hours' notice. - This consists of
10,000 trained women who. have- been
prepared ior emergency worn Dy a
school of instruction, and this organi
zation has been the means of cutting
the death rate, Improving the sanitary
conditions of 12,000 homes and has op
erated a hospital without cost to the
If you are looking for fine pep
per or pimento plants call Mrs. D. N.
Just the thing for an afternoon
tea, or a picnic party. Olive club
sandwiches are easy to prepare,,
pleasing to the eye, tasty, and very
nutritious. The ingredients are
usually on hand and the sandwiches
may be made up in a few minutes.
Toast two slices of bread and re
move crusts. Butter lightly and
cool, then Spread with heavy
mayonnaise. On one slice of bread
place hearts of lettuce leaves, then,
spread with stuffed green olives cut '
in rings. On the other portion of
bread, . arrange slices of . broiled
bacon. Garnish with water cress.
Dr. J. F. Roper, Physician
Announces that he has moved from the-
Nailling building on First street and is-,
now located at the Bed Star Drug Store-
THE NAILLING HOSPITAL
A Modern Surgical Institution. '-'
Competent Trained Nurses
DR. W. A. NAILLING. . . . .Chief Surgeon
Onion City, Tenn. Both Phone 41.
Humboldt, Tenn. ' Walker, phone 146-J.
County 262 . . .
Dr. C. E. Upchurch
uuNiisr . y
Over Mrs. Aran's Millinery Store
: : Tenn,.,
2-tf I Union City,
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