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The Commercial, Union City, Tenn.
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, 36-in. SiUs,
2 yds. fc
FRIDAY. APRIL 21, 1922,
, . "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
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.
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
Don't Tell Everything." Three
big stars, Wallace Reid, Gloria Swan
son and Elliott Dexter. Coming soon
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
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
Now is the time to have your
papering done. Newp aper is the
best, our stock is all new. Red Spot
Paint & Glass'Co.
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
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
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.
' TM &rtaw-inMi fctal
- 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.
Friday and Saturday
35 Beautiful Silk Dresses, as
sorted styles and sizes.
Regular price $25.00
to $32.50
Corum & Jackson
Methodist Church, Easter Sunday, 1922.
Direction of Mrs. Geo. Stone.
Organ Voluntary Miss Beulah Allen
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 "
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
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.'
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
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.
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.
Boards and lumber for sale.
D. J. Simmons, Rives, Tenn., R.F.D.
No. 1. Rural phone (Sidonia) 19-6.
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.
3-2tpd Union City, Tenn.
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
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
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.

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