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. CLASSIC SCMOOL DAYS The -Commercial, Union City, Tenn FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1922. , WITH WESLEY BARRY . BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT WITH MARSHALL NEILAN REYNODLS THEATRE, UNION CITY MONDAY AND TUESDAY, MAY 15th and I6th Fish m Good Fishing Tackle -tSd!fe Democratic Ticket. For Sheriff J. W, (Watt) Cherry ' For Trustee Armour Ratiifl For County Court Clerk R. H. Bond For Circuit Court Clerk J. N. Ruddle -For Register W. J. Edwards, Jr. Statement of the Condition of the , ' farmers and Merchants Bank y ; Iocated at Rives, Tennessee, at the close of business May 5, 1922' 1 RESOURCES. , Loans and discounts (71,011.19 Overdrafts 783.29 Bonds and stocks and warrants... 7,600.00 Banking house. 2,000.00 Furniture and fixtures 1,000.00 Actual cash on hand.. 2,517.34 Pus from banks and . bankers, on demand 18,824.46 21,341.80 Total. $103,736.28 LIABILITIES. . Capital stock paid in ..$15,000.00 Surplus fund . 10,060.11 Undivided profits, less expen- , . and taxes paid 354.97 25,415.08 DID YOU EVER LOSE A BIG FISH, 'BECAUSE YOUR UNE WAS ROTTEN. YOUR POLE WEAK OR YOUR HOOK BRITTLE? WELL. IF YOU HAVE, VOU KNOW THE FISHERMAN'S FEELING OF DISGUST. . COME IN AND BUY SOME LIGHT. STRONG TACKLE FROM US. SO THAT WHEN MR. BIG FISH STRIKES YOUR HOOK. YOU CAN LAND HIM AND NOT LOSE YOUR RELIGION. Individual deposits subject to check. 78.321.20 Total demand deposits... 78,321.20 Total deposits... 78,321.20 Total $103,736.28 STATE OF TENNESSEE, COUNTY OF OBION. I, W. P. Shore, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that above statement is true and gives the actual condition of said bank as shown by the books on file in said bank. W. P. SHORE, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 9th day of May, 1922. J. H. SHORE, Notary Public. (Seal). Correct Attest: t B-. J. WADE, J. M. FISHER, GEO. F. BOTTS, Directors - EUIiEEIt SEVEN. ; It seems that we are in for a.nepi demtc of whooping cough. :, Miss Louise Stovall visited friends in Rives Sunday. i Miss Ola Akin, of Union City, vis ited last week with Mr. and Mrs. Bai ley Stovall. : - - A large number of our young peo ple'went to Mount Pelia to see "East Lynne" played by local talent there. Miss Grace Hansbrough, of New Home vicinity, was the guest Sunday of Misses Mary and Jessie Phillips. Mrs. E. W. Stovall . has gone to Memphis to be with her son, E. W., who is to undergo a second operation. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Crittendon entertained the young people Friday .night with a party. Mrs. E. Garrison is on the sick list. Wheat and all the pastures are looking fine, but corn planting is be ing delayed by the continued rains. , SUNNYSIDE . P R I C E FOUR BURNER OIL STOVES Short or Long Chimney THE KIND YOU LIKE Price. $25.00 5 per cent Cash Dis 1 .25 Cost you $23.75 LAWN MOWERS High-grade, Five Blade Train Gear. Lightest running machines made. A child can run them Good Grade High speed mower $7.00 5 per cent Cash Dis .35 Cost you $6.65 PORCHSWINGS FINE TOR . HOT SUMMER DAYS , 4-ft. Oak Finished Swing. $3.00 5 per cent Cash'Dis .15 Cost you $2.85 PAINT UP! CLEANUP! Lead, Oil, Zinc. Best Mixed Paint on Earth. Per gallon $3.00 5 per cent Cash Dis .15 Cost you $2.85 SCREEN DOORS GOOD QUALITY FULL SIZE All sizes $2.00 5 per cent Cash Dis .10 Cost you $1.90 LEONARD AND HER RICK REFRIGERATORS AND ICE BOXES The kinds that use less ice. You will want one,. Oak box $10.00 5 per cent Cash Dis .50 Cost you $ 9.50 Statement of the Condition of the BANK OF TROY, TENNESSEE located at Troy, Tennessee, at the close of business, May 5, 1922, ! RESOURCES Loans and discounts . $ 87,159.60 Overdrafts 540.85 Bonds and Stocks and Warrants 5,700.00 Banking House.: 2.900.00 Furniture and Fixtures... '. 2.325.00 Actual Cash on hand $ 3.422.49 Due from banks and bank ers (on demand) 9.692.60 13,115.09 Checks and cash items 27.38 AUTOMOBILE TIRES Improved Giant Tires Wear Like Iron Cost Less. 30x3 Casing 5 per cent Cash Costs you $8.25 Discount .40 $7.85 30x3 Casing . 5 per cent Cash Costs you .. $9.95 Discount .50 $8.45 Why not trade where your cash draws a dividend? V 30x3 Tube 5 per cent Cash Cost you $1.50 Discount .08 .1.42 30x3 Tube. 5 per cent Cash Costs you. $1.75 Discount .09 $1.66 OUR HARDWARE WEARS Frank C. Wehman Total $111,767.92 INABILITIES Capital stock paid in $ 18,420.00 i Surplus Fund 3.000.00 Undivided Profits less ex penses and taxes paid... 6,772.73 28,192.73 Individual deposits subject to check 63,935.38 Cashier's Checks 1,121.81 Unpaid dividends 18.00 Total demand deposits... 70,075.19 . Total deposits 70,075.19 Notes and Bills Payable -13,500.00 Total.....J $111,767.92 STATE OF TENNESSEE. COUNTY OF OBION. I, R. W. Mahon, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above state ment is true, and gives the actual condition of said bank as shown by the books on file in said bank. R. W. MAHON, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th day of May, 1922. THE-, TAYLOR, Notary Public. Seal. Correct Attest: D. H. BURNETT, J. R. MOKFATT, JNO. O. BENNETT. Directors. Statement of the Condition of the CITIZENS' BANK The farmers are very much delay ed with their planting this season, due to the recent abundance of show- srs. ' Miss Martha Campbell Harris, of Number Seven, is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Gladys Good, near Union City. Mrs. W. T. Baker and Mrs. K. P. Baker and daughter, Jeanette, were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hinson Sunday. Mrs. Cheatham, of Number Seven, has been visiting her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Eva Cheatham, at Martin. Miss Gertie Russell and Miss Net tie Hinson were week-end visitors in the home of . Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rus-i sell near Community Pride. j We were glad to see sp many new people . attending the "Better Com munity League" Sunday afternoon. .Only a few of our members were ab sent. Ajshort program was rendered. ' Afterwrfds'a call was given for new members and our membership was in creased from 35 to 51 members. Our i next meeting will be Sunday, May 21. ; Everybody is invitea. MA.IDELL. Mrs. L. "I am copvinced there is a difference in baking powder. I have been using any old powder for ten years but my cakes 'are 100 per cent better since I bought a can of Royal Baking Powder. ,, I recom mend it to any housewife who thinks she knows all about cake making with any kind cf powder." mo YftL'.. , BAKING PO WDEIt ; ' x Absolutely Pure Contains No Alum Leaves No Bitter Taste I Send for New Royal Cook Book It's FREE Royal Baking Powder Co., 130 William St., New York Located at Troy, Tennesseee, at the close - of business May 5, 1922. RESOURCES Loans and discounts . $ 57,086.17 Overdrafts 115.41 Bonds and Stocks and Warrants 250.00 Banking House 3.662.75 Furniture and Fixtures 2,682.53 Actual cash on hand 2,621.08 Due from banks and bankers on demand. 14,521.3617,142.44 War Savings Stamps i 928.00 Total $ 81,867.30 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in $25,000.00 Undivided profits less ex penses and taxes paid 3,739.96 28,739.96 Individual deposits subject to check 52,074.29 Cashier's checks 1,053.05 Total demand deposits 53,127.34 Total deposits 53.127.34 Total j t 81,867.30 STATE OF TENNESSEE. COUNTY OF OBION. I, H. F. Anderson, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that he above state ment is true, and gives the actual condition of said bank as shown by the books on file in said bank. H. F. ANDERSOS-, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me thi 10th day of May, 192. E. A. McADOO. Notarv Public. Seal. Correct Attes : ' E. A. McADOO, s JOHN COOK, DAVY CROCKETT, ; Directors, t Decoration Day at Antioch. PROGRAM. 10:30. Song. 10:35. Devotional service conduct ed by president. Song. . . . Address by Dr. F. M. McRee on the importance and up-keep' of cem etery. Song. 11:30. Decoration. Noon. 1:25. Song. . 1:35. Reawing of minutes. 1:40. Report of committee. Song. 2:00. Election of officers. - 3:00. Song. Financial report. , Song. 3:30. Address by Rev. Banks. Song. . Round table talk. W. I. McDANIEL, President. C-vlarr!- Csr.r?.ct Be Ccred by LOCAL, APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the scat of the disease. Catarrh Is a local disease, greatly influ enced by constitutional conditions. HALL'S CATA-iKtl MWJJiuiJNi. will cure catarrn. It is taken Internally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is composed of some of the best tonics known, combined with some of the best blood nuriflers. The nerfect combination of the ingredients in HALL'S CATARRH MBmuiJNi. is wnat produces sucn won derful results in catarrhal conditions. Druggists 75c. Testimonials rree. F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O. C. E. LIVE WIRE SHOCKS. The meeting last Sunday under the leadership of Miss Annie M. Mc Clanahan was an extra good one as the subject, "Better Sabbath Keep ing" was up to the minute. Many members of the society made splen did talks on the Bubject and every one present teamed more of better keeping of the Lord's day. Owing to the absence of our Eong leader, Miss Quinn, we were a little behind in our singing, but we can al ways assure you of some real good singing at our Endeavor meetings Our C. -E. choir sang a special song at the morning service. Last Wednesday evening at the church the Expert Endeavorer stu- ents' class began "their study in or der to better fit themselves for the Christian Endeavor work in the fn lure in Union City, and this cass-is going to show the people just vhat C. E. really is. Many visitors were with us Sunday .evening and w invite them 'and all pthers to come every Sunday and meet with us. Also we regretted very much to see so many vacant places of our more ; ctive members, and we can't get along the same un less every member is present and working. Have you attended the meeMng at the Opera House any thi3 weete? If ,not, you should go at once to-night. You don't know what you are really missing by staying away. Th. Endeavor will begin next Sun day evening at 6:30 SHARP with Miss Imogene Jone3, our wide-avake president, as leader. This alone as sures one Qf a -cal ir eetjng, and the subject is a good one that will be very interesting, "How can we help the church and get help from It?" Each of you ask yourself this ques tion:' "If every church member in Union City were like ME what would the church be like?" then come to Endeavor and find out the re :t. .,., . Community Pride School. .. i Community Pride has just closed a most successful term of school. The faculty can look back and view the fruits of their labor with pleasure and pride. We trust it has been equally pleasant to the patrons and pupils. There are many things that have contributed to the success of this school. One very important fac tor was .the complete harmony that existed among the ceachers. No prin cipal could want more loyal teachers than Misses Garrigan, Pacf and Lat imer. Another important factor was the hearty co-operation of patrons, teachers and pupils,, without which complete success is impossible. This was not an easy place by any means. We found many things that were liable to work for the detriment of the school. We went about cor recting these things with all the force, tact and energy at our com mand. The results have indeed been gratifying. We feel that the pros pects are bright for the school and we expect even beter things next year. The task of welding several communities into one is no easy un dertaking. This is one thing we had to do. There must be love for the school." The pupils must, rejoice in its victories and be willing .to put forth- every effort to turn defeat into victory. , , ; - , Patrons, we have only begun. An other year will soon be here. Lo; l begin at once to lay plans fc next term. "Results come through effort. , We had thirty high school pupils this year which is good considering that we are only four miles frcm Union City, where there are two first class high schools. ,We should have fifty next term. We had eighty-five elementary. Let us make it one hun dred. We want all our work up to the standard. Let us take no back ward step. C. F. FOWLER. 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, 51-tf Humboldt, Tenn, TJC7HEM you buy an Eversharp V V yOU get a pencil that is always ready to write smoothly, easily and legibly. And Eversharp gives lifelong service. For, like your watch, it is designed with jeweler precision. We have Eversharps in all styles, in silver and gold, chased and plain. We sell the genuine Eversharp. The name is. on the pencil. J PRODUCTS mrmsmRp II Add this to the DIPLOMA. Sold by Oliver's Drug' Store DR. W; J. JONES t DENTIST , Union City, Tenn. 1 0 7 Church St. Cumb. Phono 2 1 4-J UNION CITY MARKET. Wholesale Prices. Corn, bu. l .60 Hay, ton, old $15 to $18 Sheep '; '' 3c to 6c Lambs , 12c Beef cattle .. 4 to 6 Hog3 10c Wool, clear 32c Roosters 6c Geese 12c Eggs, doz . 16c Spring chicks 25c Hens 18c Ducks 18c Butter, country 25c No wheat or oats offered.. Strawberries, Vtta l 24-qt case. $1.50 nir MILLING HOSPITAL SEVENTH YEAK A Modern Surgical Institution. Competent Trained Nurses DR. W. A. NAILL1NG. . . . .Chief Surgeon. Union City. TVnn. Both Phones 41. slephones: j Cumberland 461 County 262 Dr. C. E. Upchurch . DENTIST . Over Mrs. Aran's Millinery Store Union City : : : Tenn, Removal Notice.1 Dr. J. F. Roper, Physician, Announces that be Las moved from the Nailling building on First street and is now located at the Red Star Drug Store Main street. "Is poker & matter of luck, or does science enter into it?" ' "It's science if you win; but luck if you lose.": Life. '