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V, The Commercial, Union City, Tenn. MOST MEN 1 1 1 1 J: a 3' , 36-in. SiUs, 2 yds. fc p' FRIDAY. APRIL 21, 1922, IOCAX AND PERSONAL. , . "Don't Tell Everything." V Mrs. Irvine, Dresden, was a Tues day shopper. . '" ' Mr. Mack Austin, of Kenton, was "here Saturday. r Watch for the advance notices of the MUSICAL TEA. v ... ( Mr. Geo. P. Hurt, of Martin, was in If--- ' " ( . Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Ward, of Obion, were Jiere this week. l , MIbs Selma Bowden was a Sunday (Visitor with relatives in Gleason. Go to Corum's for the Coldest Drinks in Town. - Norma Talmadge and Eugene O'Brien Wednesday. Playhouse. 1 . Miss Hattie Stalcup was a visitor last week with friends In Martin. Betty Compson in "Ladies Must Live," Playhouse, Monday, April 24. Mrs. L. Porter and daughter, Mar guerite, of Rutherford, were Tuesday shoppers. , ; Box ; sale to-morrow, Dietzel's Jewelry Store. Mrs. R. B. Johnson and Mrs. M. Moore, of Hickman, were Tuesday sappers. . Go to Corum's for FRESH Can dies of All Kinds. Mrs. S. H. Hall and daughter, Mar garet, of Martin, were in the city yesterday shopping. - The Blue Bell is now making old hats new for one dollar. Have a new hat made out of your old one. ' Mrs. R. R. Rose left Monday for a few weeks, stay at Keyll, Ky., visit lftg relatives and friends. -Go to Corum's for the Coldeet Drinks In . Town. , Mr. and Mrs. P. Jones, L. Boyett and J. Jones, of Bethpage, Tenn., were Wednesday shoppers. One thousand yards nice Dress Ginghams, all latest patterns, 15 cent values; special for Saturday on ly 7c per yard. Kaufman's Low Price Store. give more time to the purchase of -clothing than : they do Insurance. --; : Jriio. T. Wfclker (Q. Co. Sell Insurance for your PROTECTION. BOTH PHftNFs: . : - :' J Union City, Tenn. Mrs. readyx for your inspection. Mrs. J. L. Mosier and Miss Mary Hill Mosier are in Dresden this week visiting the family of Judge Leake Hill! -;' ' . ' ' When you buy Red Spot No. 43 you get a pure .lead, oil and zinc paint; $3.25 per gahon. Mis3 Birdie Cumthers, of the Old 'National Bank, has been very sick this week for several days. She Is re ported to be improved. Genuine Hope Domestic; special for last day of sale (one hour only, 2 to 3 p.m.), 10 yards for 98c. Kaufman's LawPrice Store. Mr. Chas. Merryman and daughter, Margaret, and Mr. " and Mrs. Chas. Merryman, Jr., were in the city Sun day visiting Miss Mayme Doyle. Arnn's Easter hats are See the latent styles. We are informed that Mr. Chas. Alexander, a citizen of the Mount Zion community, is very sick, having suffered an attack of paralysis last Tuesday. Don't Tell Everything." Three big stars, Wallace Reid, Gloria Swan son and Elliott Dexter. Coming soon Playhouse. Miss Lizzie Stitt, accompanied by Mrs.! Miller, left this week for Mem phis for medical care and treatment. The many friends of Miss Stitt, who has been engaged in court reporting for a number of years, trust that she will soon be well again. Mrs.. D. A. Luton leaves this week for an extended visit to relatives and friends. She goes first to Knoxville to visit her daughters, Misses Louise and Clara, then to Washington "City to visit her sister, returning by the way of Nashville to visit another' sister. '- A. C. A. Amoskeag bed-ticking, Saturday special (last day of sale) 29c per yard. Kaufman's Low Price Store. Becoming hats a number of styles from which you may choose all of them at a very special price, at Mrs. Arnn's. Mr. Moss Johnson has returned from Franklin where he attended the funeral of an uncle, Jesse A. Short. Mr. Short was about 83 years old and was injured in an automobile ac cident which resulted in his death. Metcalfe's Special from Pro ducer to Consumer Sale carnations without boxing, 75c and roses same price for fancy stock per dozen. Bed ding plants at reduced prices. Mr. Charley Williams, very kindly remembered in Union City, writes from Excelsior Springs, Mo., that he enjoys hearing from Union City. Says he is raising hogs and poultry and doing fine. Mrs. Williams, his moth er, is also in good health and they send greetings. Mr. Williams is re membered here, as one of our former grocers and meat market men and one of the most popular wo ever knew. Now is the time to have your papering done. Newp aper is the best, our stock is all new. Red Spot Paint & Glass'Co. Dinner. The Baptist ladies will serve din ner at the Woodmen Hall next Sat urday, April 22. You are expected to be on hand and help the ladies SPECIAL ADVICE. It's time to change your winter underwear. Take my advice and change now, as summer is here. A. K. Kirkland makes old men young and young, men younger. ' S-teehe Y T3 W W a n Partial List of Pee Gee Products For Wails and Ceilings For beautifying wall and ceilings of your home Pee Gee Flatkoatt lends Itself readily to unlimited and charming color combina tions. It is a modern, sani tary flat-oil finish and if soiled is easily restored to, its original beauty with a damp cloth or sponge. For Floors Pee Gee Floor Varnish Jfites your . floors a flaw ess, mirror-like finish and a hard yet elastic surface that does not craclror peel. It holds a brilliant polish J .UinW Aim- A color and heels will not mark. For all other wood work there is Pee Gee Varnish for each. particular purpose- For Roofs No finish gives a more beautiful and lasting effect for roofs and weather boarding than Pee Gee Shingle Stain. It comes in twelve rich, attractive colors and is a powerful wood preservative. Peaslee-Gaulbert Co. INCORPORATE. ' TM &rtaw-inMi fctal Atlanta LOUISVILLE DaHas - The most important mission of paint is to protect and preserve, and while it adds greatly to the leauty and value of your property, you should consider painting in terms of protection. Pee Gee Mastic Paint has "Saved the Surface" for over fifty years. It is an absolutely pure, double-pigment paint, containing fifty per cent of ZINC and fifty per cent pure white lead ground in genuine linseed oil. No better paint can be made. Actual records of service prove that Pee Gee Mastic Paint gives longest service at lowest cost and therefore is the most eco nomical paint for you to use. There is no excuse to put off painting any longer, for the prices of all Pee Gee Products are back to their former level. Paint now "Saw the Surface and you Save AIL". Ask for Free Paint Books and Color Cards, and 1st ua advise yon regarding your paint needs, Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. - SPECIALS FOR Friday and Saturday Selling: 35 Beautiful Silk Dresses, as sorted styles and sizes. Regular price $25.00 to $32.50 8.75 Corum & Jackson ill JJ)J CANTATA CROSS AND CROWN. Methodist Church, Easter Sunday, 1922. Direction of Mrs. Geo. Stone. Organ Voluntary Miss Beulah Allen PART I. "THE CROSS." Chorus: Thou Wilt Arise Choir The Temptation Mrs. Thad Lee and Choir Trio: "God Shall Charge His Angel Legions" Miss La Nelle Marshall, J. S. Lovelace, Dr. J. D. Carlton Hosanna in the Highest Mrs. A. Monrotus and Choir Solo: Ride on 0 King Mrs. W. D. Keiser Men's Chorus: Gethsemane. Solo: Follow to the Judgment Hall A. L. Garth Solo: The Shadow of the Cross Mrs. J. D. Carlton Scripture Reading. Prayer. 0 " Offering. PART II. THE CROWN. Solo: The Strife Is O'er Dr. J. D. Carlton Chorus: Christ Our Passover... Choir Chorus: "Abide With Me" with soprano obligato ;t Miss La Nelle Marshall Solo: Come Gracious Spirit Miss Covington Chorus: And It Came to Pass Choir Chorus: Lift Up Your Heads . . Choir Postlude. Benediction. SOPRANOS Miss La Nelle Marshall, Mrs. W. D. Keiser, Mrs. Thad Lee, Mrs. A. Monrotus. TENORS A. L. Garth, J. S. Lovelace. ALTOS Mrs. J. D. Carlton, Miss Morton Covington, Miss Edith Quinn, Miss Willie Belle Mayes. BASS Dr. J. D. Carlton, W. E. Hudgins, C. E. Keiser.' CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE CHEAP New late model typewriter. This office. FOR RENT Two nice rooms, partly furnished or unfurnished. Phone W. T. Bransford. 2-tf LOST One deed of trust with note attached. Return to this office and get reward. 3-lt 'VamtshesStairusEnamels Preaching. Minister H. E. Freed will preach next Sunday at Pleasant Hill, at 11 o'clock a.m. and at 3 o'clock p.m. Public cordially invited. Summer is coming, so are the flies and mosquitoes. Paint your screens NOW with RED SPOT SCREEN PAINT. Preserves the screens and keeps the. bugs out. Third Saturday Pictures. Anyone desiring to purchase a pic ture of the large crowd attending the birth of Third Saturday to Obion County in Union City on March 18, will give your name to Mr. Rose be fore his addresss in the park at 4 p.m. Saturday. Woodfln Brothers' Grocery. A new grocery on Main street) Prices right. Call and see us. Phone 235. 48-tf Woodland Mills School. The Woodland Mills School closes this week, with a play on Friday night (to-night), entitled "A Prairie Rose." The cast includes .the names of Bernard Burrus, Roy Pruett, Jack Alexander, Hal Jones, Ted Prather, Richard Alexander, Curtis Roberts, Lorena Pruett, Mildred' Curlin, Louise Prather. ove. s. The second and fourth Friday has been set for the Eastern Star meet ings at 7:30 p.m. Please make it a point to be present. l-4t Beulah Association. The C. W. M. U. of Beulah Asso ciation had an all-day meeeting yes terday at the Baptist Church, lunch being served at noon in the church building. A great many visitors were in the city attending this meeting. ROOMS FOR RENT Telephone Cunib. 248. P. I. Chandler, 609 Main street. 51-tf FINE PASTURE for horse or cow, east of corporate limits. Call phone 483-J. W.D. Fry, Union City, Tenn. 3-2t Boards and lumber for sale. D. J. Simmons, Rives, Tenn., R.F.D. No. 1. Rural phone (Sidonia) 19-6. 49-3mopd STRAYED From Greenfield Dec. 26, one female collie dog, red with white spots. Notify G. M. Capps, Ridgely, Tenn., and get reward. FOR SALE At farm, seed sweet potatoes. Have been kept in new building and in good condition. Plen ty for 'everybody and price is right. W. M. WOODFIN, 3-2tpd Union City, Tenn. FOR SALE OR TRADE Trade for any other kind of stock one fine registered Hereford Bull, 21 months old, weighs 800 pounds. Other bulls in herd is reason for selling. 52-tf G. P. MOODY, Union City, Tenn. FOR SALE Tomato plants, all varieties, early and late. Fine strong plants. Either from hot bed or from cold frame. Prices reasonable. Al so large sweet pepper and pimento plants. Mrs. D. N. Walker, phone 146-J. 2-tf Resigned. Judge Sam Bratton has tendered his resignation as a member of the Obion County Court, to take effect at the July term. Mr. Bratton says he intends to give his attention to other matters. Special at Jimmie's. . On next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, under the auspices of the Near East Relief, a free picture will be presented at Jimmie's Playhouse, entitled "Alice in Hungerland ' Mr. Chas. Dietzel -will be in charge and an invitation is extended to every body to see the picture.