Newspaper Page Text
J. ' The Commercial, Union City, Tenn FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1922. 17. II. FORRESTER CAFE and RESTAURANT Candy, Soft Drinks, Cigars, Tobacco and Everything Good to Where Qyality and Prices Meet I Tired ' I li LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Milton Osborne was a Sunday vis itor in Hlckmn. MIrs Dora Callicott was a week end visitor in Rives. Mr. Louis Shatz, of Kenton, was a visitor here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moss were Sun- SuNNYSIDE Mr. Vernon Pruett, of Woodland, has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. F. White. ' ' Mrs. Sanders, Treat of Obion, was a euest in the home of Miss Nettie Hlnson Monday. . Mr. andMrs. Cheatham, ol Num ber Soveif, were guests of Mr. Knox Everett Sunday, Mr. , atd Mrs.1 Homer Goode, . of day visitors in Hickn.an. Mrs. Virginia D. Hornbeak was amnion City, vore Sunday guests. of Sunday visitor in Hickman. Mr. "and Mrs. Will Harris, Go to Corum's for FRESH Bread Everyone remember Sunday school and PrItpx at Stanley s unapei auu nwiuuuj Ben Bramham and son, Louis, Sunday at ,10:30 ocoyt were visitors in Hickman Sunday. "I was weak and run-down," relates Mrs. Eula Burnett, of Dalton, Ga. "I was thin and Just felt tired, all the time. I didn't rest well I wasn't ever hungry. I knew, by this, I needefl a tonic, and as there is none better than J. C. Harris and Pratt Waddell were visitors in Hickman Sunday. Mrs. Dick Andrews, of Polk, was a week-ena visitor witn relatives in the city. , Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Beadles and children were Sunday visitors, in Moscow. Mrs. Lillian Ferrell of Princeton, Ky., has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. I.i Ferrell, Number Seven. Mies Helen Ferrell, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Clarence Al len, for three weeks, has returned home.. . . .. ' V Miss Lola Walker, of Terrell, was a union uity visitor saiuraay, ibu Mr. and Mrs. Morris and Mr. and G. D. Stanley and Miss Will'.e Mrs. Shumak. ililll The Woman's Tonic . . ,1 began using Cardul," continues Mrs. Burnett. "After my first bottle, I slept better and ate better. I took four bottles. Now I'm well, feel just .fine, eat and sleep, my skin is clear and I have gained and sure feel that Cardul Is the best tonic ever made." Thousands of other women have found Cardul- just as Mrs. Burnett did. It should help you. . At all druggists. E.87 Douglass were Sunday visitors in Hickman.' Mr. and Mrs. Vernon May ahd children were Sunday 'visitors in Hickman. " ' Mrs. J. H. Becton, of Dyer, was a week-end visitor with Miss Marcella Davidson. Mrs. Florence Harris and Miss Ma ry Harris were Sunday visitors in Hickman. t ' Mr. J. M. Forre3ter has returned from a few days business trip to Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wilson and daughter, Mrs. GordonRhea, of Mar tin, were vlsitins Mr. and Mrs. Will Harris Sunday. We were gladto see such a good crowd at preaching Sunday evening, and we also want more to take an interest in Sunday school. The girls in and around sunny- side are going to organize a young people's union, with Mrs. Maddox as president. Our first meeting will be Sunday, Apr. 30, at Stanley's Chapel at 3 1 o'clock. Everybody is invited, Yes. even the old people, come. I'm Mrs. L. J. Goode, of Fulton, was sure you will enjoy the evening. the mii mo hospital SEVENTH YEAR A Modern Surgical Institution. Competent Trained Nurses DR. W. A. NAILLING Chief Surgeon Union City, Tenn. Both Phone 4 1 Telephi ones: Cumberland 461 County 262 Dr. C. E. Upchurch DENTIST . Over Mrs. Arnn's Millinery Store union vity. : : : lenn Removal Notice. Dr. J. F. Roper, Physician, Announces that be has moved from the Nailliug building on First street and is now located at the Bed Star Drug Store Main street. DR. W. J. JONES ' DENTIST Union City, Tenn. 107 Church St. Cumb. Phono 214-J TALK To friends or associ ates within a radius of -72 miles on station to station calls after 8:30 p. rn. AT The reduced rate which allows a five minute conversation' for. 25c plus war tax The service is" quick and clear at NIGHT Station to station call cannot bs r craned For other rates Call Long Distance Go to Corum's for FRESH Bread and Cakes. .. r LtliLtfiSIIII a visitor last week with her aunt, Mrs. Penick. Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Turner and Dan Turner were visitors in Hick man Sunday. , Mrs. Charles Ramer, of Jackson, is a visitor this week with her sister, Mrs.' B. King. Mrs. Luther Morris and little son are spending the week visiting rela tives at Memphis Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Roberts, of Troy, were in the city as visitors and shoppers last week. Mr. and Mrs. F.H. Naifch, of Hick man, were Sunday visitors with Mr and Mrs. E. L. King. D. A. Peeler left last week for a few days visit with his sister, Mrs. Delia Seavers, in Mayflcld, Ky. Mrs. Hudgens, of Jackson, Tenn, was a visitor last week , with her Clarence Beck, . in City Mrs. J. N. Bramham left this week for a few weeks visit with her daugh ter, Mrs. H. L. Heathman, in New Orleans, La. Mr. Dave Shatz left this week for St. Louis for the purpose of buying a supply of new goods for Shatz . ros, in Union City. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. G. Nay lor have returned from Mountain Grove, Mo., daughter, Mrs. Union JUST PALS. . 1 -' NUMBER SEVEN. The merry whistle of the plow-boy is heard again in the land. Mrs.. Walter Alexander visited in Fulton a few days last week. Miss May Caudle, of Rives, is vis iting her sister, Mrs. Lee Alexander. Mr. and Mrs. Lcn- Tanner, of Ken- ton. visited in the home of C. M. Tanncr( Sunday. Supt. B. A. Vaughn was at the bedside of his grandmother, Mrs. Jane Vaughn, last week. Bro. D. D. Woody filled his regular appointment at Berea Sunday. We regret that Brc. Woody 6annot be with us any more as he has work elsewhere. Notwithstanding the dredso boat had cat our main road in two, quite a number or our rarmers vero in UrMpn ' City Saturday to see the crowd. The following were only a few of those attending from our dis trict: G. W. Stovall, Jas. Olive, Charlie Bell, John Stovall, Virgil Laster, Bob Hamilton, Breck Hogan and Connie Davis. Union City is to be congratulated on her success in her efforts to get the farmers to come to. town, for all that is lacking to make the town and fanner more prosperous is for the farmers to go to town more and spend their money and are at home again and welcome freely and all have a good time eat- to Union City. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Walker are booked for a visit to Union City jn the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Walker about May 1. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe McCowan, Mrs. J. H. Scoggin and Mrs. W. B. Reeves, of Rives, were here Tuesday attending the funeral of little. Will Nailling Ogles. Mr. B. F. Howard, of the Jno. T. Walker Co., insurance, is in Mem phis attending the annual meeting of the Underwriters' Association, in session at the Chlsca Hotel. Mr. end Mrs. Fred Hamilton and children left last week for McKenzie, Tenn., where they may possibly lo cate and where Mr. Hamilton i3 plan ning to engage in business. Miss Estelle McCormick, after a week's visit here, has returned to her home at Senatobia, Miss. She was accompanied by her sister, Mrs. R. H. Rust, who will spend a few days at her old home. Mr. J. A. Wheeler, who has been here some weeks looking after farm ing interests in Number Savon, left Tuesday for Nash7il!e. He had Just received a message announcing the serious illness ol his wife. Messrs. M. A. Grissom, of Lexing ton, Charles Bills, of Greenfield, and H. W. DeLoach, of Humboldt, over seas veterans, are Jn Union City tak ng a course in vocational training at the Ford Garage. Mr. Rust fur nishes the work and teaches them to do it and the government rur- nishes the pay check. Mr. Herman Diefzel will load his fine herd of Shorthorn cattle this week and ship to Columbia, Tenn for tho Second Annual Southern Shorthorn Exhibition and Sale May and 2. Mr. Dietzcl's herd is head ed by his big white male, and five other animals, which were seen here last Saturday on the streets This event Is conducted by the N., C. & St. L. Ry. Co. and the American Shorthorn Breeders Association. The premiums amount to $1000. ing peanuts, drinking soda pop and going to the movies, alco drawing prizes that are being given p,way by the good peoplo of Union City and other towns. Don't be disai pointed if you do not draw a prize the first time for it may be your time next, and the longer you wait tho more it wlil be appreciated, for "Blessings deferred make the heart glad." The biggest Senior class of the U. C. H. S. history will present "A Trial of Hearts" Friday, April 27, at p.m. High School Auditorium. Admission, 25 cents. Come. Sunday's Fire. Before noon last Sunday the resi dence of Wm. Gibbs took fire and be fpre the family knew anything about it the roof began to fall. It is thought that the fire originated in the bade, or kitchen, and that sparks of fire were blown to the front roof. The house was in flames and nearly wrecked before the department was notified. But no time was lost by the fire company. The residence was built by Wm. Gibbs, Sr., one of the first homes -in Union City, and has been occupied continuously by some members of the family. A policy of $1500 on the house and $300 on the furniture and household goods was' sufficient to" cover only a part of the loss. Fire is Remote Decay is certain J X:jy:. ':X'-X X. ' Mastic Pato Decay is constantly at work. It begins with ) , little specks of rust a rptted spot perhaps a crack I t that exposes the wood to the elements but 'decay once y started spreads rapidly. There is only one way to prevent this destruction the timely use of Paint and Varnish. Pee Gee Paint Products have "Saved the Surface" for over f iffy-five years. They will prove to you the best and, cheapest insurance against wear and weather. ' For house exteriors Pee Gee Mastic will give longest service at lowest cost. It is an absolutely pure, double pigment paint, containing a high percentage of ZING ground in genuine linseed oil, ' and therefore has greatest covering capacity and durability. It adds to the looks and life of your property' and is the most economical paint for you to use. ' , For every surface that needs protection, whether wood, stucco, brick, . cement or metal, specify il - Ask for this beautifully illustrated paintbook, or write to Peaslee-Gaulbert Co. INCORPORATCD Atlanta LOUISVILLE Varnishes Stains Enamels Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co: A UNION CITY, TENN. DallM j ammmmtmmmmmmmmt i.'i ininrii iniiiiiiiinnnniiiii i mm n. 1.1 iih--m, in m i mi ,m'i .mLn iim nimr n,ri MaMjij, ..,.,1.. n mini 11 i mi in f -i' J atjajMBaaaaaaaaaaaaaBaWaaaraaaaM V Citizeis Ice Coal Co. Successors to Union City Ice & Coal Co. Nothing: new but the ; NAME ' ; ' A Same place. Same courteous treatment Same Phone Number 150 PLENTY OF ICE-PLENTY OF COAL STELEPHONE Marriage Licenses. Roy E. Hurt and Miss Elsie Wil liams. Pryor Overby and Misa Vivian Smith. Otice Nichols. Roy C Wehman and Miss Martha Ann McAlister. , COLORED. James Young and Marcie Wilson. Union City and Lake Road. Binford and Miss Elsie . Preaching. I wil preach at Salem Sunday morning at 11 o'clock and hope to see the entire membership present. G. W. EVANS. For the route here referred to Just six miles of new road are needed to be opened. This leads from tho Dixie High School to the lake front. There are no hills, culverts, ditches, levees and It is a water1 shed route. One creek and three hills are alcng the way. Ask parties named hereto: Mr. McComb, W.C. Kelly, T.R. Reynolds, Jim Roberts, Sam Wodsley, Luther Stroud, Mr. Caudle, Mr. Myers. All or these gentlemen nave waiaea over it. It passes' near more valley land than any other two routes, in less than one-half arife . of .Cane, Sugar, South and North Reolfoot creeks and Reams and Pa wpawV branches, and does not go down into the valley but once. s The County Commission and County Court have ordered this road opened at the expsnee of interested parties. Parties living on this route have subscribed right of vay fop- five miles and two thousand dollars In work and money. The Jury of view has assessed a small damage, and we are asking all interested parties that visit the lake o help I raise about seven hundred dollars to,'- gay the-Jury bill. We do the rest.) Any amount you give, from one' dol l lar up to ten dollars, vrill be returnee! to you if x the road is not opened (first-class). This road will save some person from being killed in a wreck on sharp curves. This route did not get a square deal nino years ago and last year. See W. C. Kelly, local engineer, Mr. McComb, State engineer, and J. W. Woosley, Mayor, for "reports. MIDDLE ROUTE COMMITTEE. V i i, V f V.