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The Commercial, Union City, Tenn.
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' FRIDAY, APRIL 21, i922.
DON'T; MI5S
THE
The Clean Up of
Big merchandise values
5c to $5.00.
AT
Cobb's Corner Drug Store
Saturday, April;! 22.
The following advertisement, written by Miss Ruth Dahnke, won secend prize
in the contest gixen by Reynolds Packing Company, to the members of the Commer
cial Department of the U. C. H. S. .
Why PafronizeHome Industries? '
"ROME, SWEET HOME" was made immortal by one
of our poets. Today those words imply more than ever before.
They not only stand for the affection shut within four walls,
tut for a wealth of neighborliness without. Are you acquain
ted with your home town as;tvell as your home? Do you do
your marketing 500 miles away, or do you take advantage of
home grown products? .
- For a "palate teaser" we could recommend no better meal
ior a family than a home-grown one, beginning with a dish of
our Pure Pork Sausage, and ending with pie, "like mother
used to make," which is all the better, because it is made in
the home kitchen. Then why buy your packing products
from others, when you can get the best right here in Obion
County from .
Reynolds Packing Company
LOCAL PERSONAL.
Box sale to-morrow, Dietzel's
Jewelry Store. , .
Attorney J. .a!" Whipple Is quite
sick. ' . ''
Subscriptions taken lor all mag
azines. Mrs. C. L. Ridings, Phone
603. . ; I: ,.
Dr. J. M. Rippy has returned from
Chattanooga.
Mrs. Homer Green, of Hickman,
was a shopper Monday.
Go to Corum's for FRESH Bread
and Cakes.
Mrs. J. T. Cameron, of Drerden,
was a Wednesday shopper.
Mr. Chester Bondurant and sister,
Miss Nell, were in the city Monday.
"Queen of Sheba" twice daily,
April 27 and 28, 2:30 and 7:30.
Playhouse. ...
Mr. Hollis Hollister has returned
to Humboldt after a visit in the city.
Did you ever attend a MUSICAL
TEA.
Mrs. S. A. Cox has returned from
a visit to her son, Frank, in Texark
ana, Ark.
Messrs. Joe Albritton and Pointer
Demyers, of Fulton, were visitors
here Sunday. -
All countries assembled at the Mu
sical Tea.
Miss Mignon Smith has returned
to Hickman after a visit to her sister,
Mrs. John Cox, in the city.
Rev. and Mrs. J. L. Hudgins, of
Nashville, aro the guests of their
son, Attorney W. E. Hudgins.
Go to Corum's for Fresh Fruits
of All Kinds.
Mr. Homer Scott, after several
months illness, has resumed his du
ties as traveling bank examiner.
Miss Katherine Richards has re
turned from Murray City, Tenn.
where she has been teaching school
If in need of sweetmilk call-on
Mrs. John Adams. Phone 176-J.
Misses Lillian Barker, Margaret
Morris and Mildred Womack will be
guests in the home of Miss Delia Mai
Knox this week end.
Beautiful selection of Ladies
Dresses, $15 values, $7.48; $20 val
ue JflOS; $25 values $14.98. Be
sure and come and look them over
Kaufman's Low Price Store.
Second Annual Southern Shorthorn
Exhibition and Sale
Stock Yards Arena, Columbia, Tenn.
MAY J and. 2.
75 Females 20 Bulls
Clarence Campbell, Lynnville, TeDn., 4
Mrs.hST. P.' Hannah, LytiDville, Tenn.,.1
F. VV. Akera, Lawrenceburg, Tenu., 2
Gonce Bros., Anderson, Tenn., 5
Glenwild Plantation, Grenada, Miss., 3
Dr. T. L. Mastin, Hunt3vi!te; Ala., 4
Miss Virginia S. Wright, Calhoun, Ga., 1
D. P. Howell & Sons, Wayuesville, N. C.,8
C. C. Francis, Wayoesville, N. C, 3 .
C. T. Francis, AVaynesville, N. C, 1
J. G. Allen & Son, Newport, Tenn., 6
IB. A. Tbdmas, Shelby ville, Ky., 5
'Kalarama Farms, Springfield,' Ky., 3
. Isaac C. Smith, Campbellsburg, Ky., 12
J Lespedeza Farm, Hickory Valley, Tenn., 6
E. E. Ditmore & Son, Newbern, Tenn., 6
Dr. E. O. Cherry, Newbern, Tenn., 3
Herman Dietzel, Union City, Tenn., 7
Cowan & Cowan, Dickson, Tenn., 5
Geo. Eleazer, Dickson, Tenn., 5
E. E. Felts & Son, Pleasant View, Tenn., 2
Williams Bros., Ashland City, Tenn., 1
E. E. Hart & Son, Flat Creek, Tenn., 2
Eighty pef cent of the off erings are of -Straight Scotch breeding of the most
popular families, all desirable individuals, excellently fitted.
The following tribes are represented:
COWS: Duchess 2d, Lady Jane, Athene, Mysie, Young Phyllis, Clara 59th, Lavender 41at, Emma 3d,
Scottish Rose, Eose of Autumn, Violetbud, Gartly, Princess Eoyal, Wimple, Bertha, Eosa, Mary Lind 2d,
Princess Eoyal O. E. F. Augusta 77th, Alice, Victoria 73d, Gwendoliue, Victoria 51st, Gladiolus, Scotch
- Graceful, Butterfly 44th, Songstress, Eosemary 102d, Charmer 6th, Cowslip, Sittyton Lavender 9tb, ,Queen
Broadhooks, Volumnia, Goldendrop 4th, 12th Duchess of Gloster, Victoria 71st, Acanthis, Ruby, Sunbeam.
' ' ' '
' BULLS: Sires, grandsires or great grandsires of Bright Sultan, Abbotaburo Thaton's White Star, Grand
Master, Good Knight, Spicy Diamond, Eosy Moruing, Eoan Goods, Harveystown Grandee, Masterpiece,
Koan Sultan, Maxwalton Sultan, Avondale, Maxwalton Major, Lespedeza Sultan, Villiger, Vid Mar Villiger,
' Count Broadhooks, Sultou's Choice, Eoyal Stamp, Lavender Sultan, 'Oock Robin, Cumberland's Type,
Linwood Favorite, Ringmaster, Prince Imperial, Cherry Grove Danff, Anoka Kiug 2d, Imperial Gloster,
Oakdale Sultan.
One Thousand Dollars in Cash Premiums. Promoted and conducted jointly by
the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway and the American Shor thorn Breed
ers Association. v
EXTRA
Judge: f. W. Harding.
Auctioneers:
Jones ,
Milne
Igleheart
For Catalog and information, address:
L P. 3ELLAH, General Agent,
Nashville, Tennessee. Ijjl
Trade Bays Specials
Of 150 High Grade Hart Schaffner and Marx
$37.50, $40.00 and $45.00 Men's Suits
-AT-
29.85
It means a big loss to us, but we
had to do it, because our stocks
were too heavy. If you haven't
bought your Easter Suit, get it
to-day! Every size and style to
choose from. The greatest thing
ever happened in Union City.
Get Busy
Alterations at cost.
All Regal High and Low Cut Shoes at $6.75
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BYER
Union City's Exclusive Store For Men and Boys.
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MORE FOR CASrt"
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Weaks, of Ful
ton, spent Easter Sunday here, the
guests of Mrs. Wcaks' parents, Mr
and Mrs. L. S. Parka.
Go to Corum's for FRESH Bread
and Cakes.
hlra. Louise Reitzhammer has re
turned to Union City on account of
the high waters at Arkansas City.
She is with her mother, Mrs. W. P.
Richards.
call at Metcalfe's and get
some fine fresh carnations and roses,
from producer' to consumer, at 75c
per dozen.
"Ladies Must Live," Monday at
Playhouse. Come and see how.
Sgt. and Mrs. Lester Bennett and
family leave this- wek for Little
Rock, Ark., where they will be lo
cated. Sgt. , Bennett has been sta
tioned at Camp Pike.
"Queen of Sheba" Apr. 27 and
28, a $2.00 attraction. Jimmies
Playhouse, only 10c and 25c.
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Marlin and
son have moved to the Baptist par
sonage, having located in Union Cijy.
Dr. Marlin's pastorate at the Baptist
Church began here last Sunday.
See S. A. Carter for high-grade
pianos. Rignt price ior casu r uu
nstallment plan. First-class tuning
and repairing.
Have your hats cleaned and
blocked at the Blue Bell, where they
know how. Price one dollar.
Mrs. L. E. Hailey and daughter,
of Martin, were in the city this week
visiting Mrs. Leonard Kerr and at
tended the meeting of the Beulah
Association of the Baptist Church.
"Experience," every young man
must see it at the Playhouse, Mon
day, May 1. ;
$1.00 Ladies' Gowns; special for
last day of sale, 48 c, Kaufman's
Low Price Store.
Mr. Tom Wall, who has been with
the Army of Occupation tn Germany
and served .with the A. E. F., has re-turned-tohis
home in Obion County
after an absence of several years.
Nine-auarters brown Pepperell
sheeting at 39c per yard, Saturday
only. Kaufman's Low Price Store.
Dr. T. F. 'Thomson was called to
San Diego, Cal., last week on account
of his father's trouble. Mr. Thom
son was injured by a blow on the
head, but he 'recovering, we under
stand. !
We Sell
FIRST AMONG CLEANERS
Averitt Electric Company
ooltry
Wanted
We are going to load another straight
car of chickens from Union City. Now
I think this will be the last straight car
from Union City and I advise you to un
load everything, as the Easter market
and Jewish holidays are now over. We
will pay the following prices up to Mon
day night, April 24, 1922:
Hens 18c
Ducks 18c
Roosters 6c
Geese 8c
Guineas, each 25c
Turkeys 18c
Now unload all you have. .
No full craws we want chickens, not
corn.
Union City Produce Company.
Dietzel Produce Core.

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