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Tha Commercial, Union City, Tenn.
RIVES NEWS. SOCIAL ANJ) PERSONAL FRIDAY, JUffE 23, 1922. Si Dr. John Royal Harris. i Dr. Harris will come to Union City . far & speech next Sunday morning, ( , ; 25th Inst., on the subjcet of "Law gnd Disorder," to be delivered at ths JoneS) Bud Elam and ' umpenana rresoyterian Church at 11 o'clock. Dr. Harris is a popular speaker of national character and Is to be here in the interest of the National Reform Association. A large audience is anticipated. SOUR STOMACH INDIGESTION thedford's Black-Draught Highly Recommended by a Tennessee Grocer for Troubles Re sulting from Torpid Liver. Seasonal rains have relieved the scorching vegetation besides being a great relief to man and beast. The large acreage of corn is in fine condi lion, the hay crop is immense and re ported to be splendid quality; barley, wheat and oats are being threshed Fat 'hogs and cattle are going to mar ket with feeders coming in to pas ture. Rev. J. H. Thomas comes in from Dyer Sunday in regular appointment at the C. P. Church. Coleman Harris, down from Padu can played ball with the team Mon day and Tuesday. Miss Irene Walters, from New Or leans, was a visitor the past week with Mrs. Harry Cook.v R. L. Harper, McAdoo Harris, Ed ward SCoggins, and Lexie Harper went down to the lake Tuesday with the baseball team. Misses Helen and Martha Whitten Harris and Elizabeth Agnew left Wednesday for a ten days visit in Waverly. . Mesdames Harry Webster, E. T. Will Starnes were in town visiting socially Tues day. We notice the Crescent City is to have automatic telephone service This will do away with a lot of ill manners and habitual growling and "hello girls." East Nashville, Tenn. The effic iency of Thedford's Black-Draught, the tick. Cenuine, herb, liver medicine. Is Touched for by Mr. W. N. Parsons, a grocer of this city. "It Is without doubt the best liver medicine, and I don't believe I could get along without ft I take It for sour stomach, head che, bad liver, Indigestion, and all Last Saturday Rives defeated Jor dan in a base ball game, score, 11 to 2. Again Tuesday Rives came back from the Lake victorious over the Samburg team, score 12 to 11, being tied until the 10th inning. Weather permitting Rives plays at Pierce to morrow (Saturday). Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hays from Fort Worth were visitors the first of the week with Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Scog gins. Mrs. Burney Roan, of Number 10, is down spending the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Holland Bit Tacky Party, The Tacky Party given last Tues day night by the ladies of the Bap tist Church at the parsonage on Col lege street, was unusually delightful and interesting." Some of the most novel and unique characters were seen. It was probably the largest crowd of young folks and older ones who had been together in a social way for some time. Mrs. Joe Moss won the woman's prize and Mr. Ike Kirby the mafi prize. The Judges were W. E. Jackson, Harry Harper and Geo. Isbell. Tea cakes and lem onade were served. '' ; Governor Brough Entertained. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Liddell enter tained Ex-Governor Brough, of Ar kansas, and Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Tuesday evening at dinner. Governor Brough is one of the principal speak ers of the Redpath Chautauqua this year and his appointment was here for the first night. In the afternoon Governor Brough and party were the guests of Mr. Clem Burdick on a mo tor ride to the ball game at Fulton. Bruer-Stalcup- Mr. Earl Bruer and Miss Mary Kate Stalcup were united in marriage at the Methodist Church in Union City Tuesday evening, June 20, at 8 o'clock, Rev. E. M. Mathis adminis tering 'the solemn rites, in the pres ence of relatives and friends. The church was prettily decorated under the direction of Mrs. Mathis in pink and white, with vases and tands of flowers. The musical program included two song numbers by Mrs. Carlton: -'I Love Thee" and "The Call of Love. Miss Allen was the organist, render ing the wedding march as the bridal party entered the church. , The jusher was Mr. McClanahan, the groom, Mr. Bruer, and his best man, Mr. Lavester Switzer, of Trimble. The maid of honor, Miss Hattie Stalcup, came in with the bride. They formed for the nuptials at the altar facing the min ister. The bride was dressed in white canton crepe and her flowers were pink and white. The maid of honor was also in white with white and pink flowers. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Miss Ruth Foshee, guest for several days with the Misses Harris on Cald well avenue, returned Sunday to Dy- ersburg. As usual, our citizens are well rep- I resented at Chautauqua over in the Other troubles that are the result of county seat- torpid liver. The U. S. Deputy Marshal at Jack- "I have known and used It for years, I son came up Monday and captured a Mrs. W. M. Stalcup, the groom a son And can and do highly recommend It still in the Crockett vicinity. The of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bruer, both to every one. I won't go to bed with I deplorable state of affairs in this populaly known and esteemed in Ut It In the house. It will do all It I couny has for some time been a mem- Union City and vicinity. The kindest claims to do. I can't say enough for orandum with federal officers for at- congratulations are extended. t ... tention at the first opportunity. A reception was given after the Many other men and women through-1 Warnings of neighbors and friends wedding at the home of Mr. and Mrs trot the country have found Black- proved of no avail in this instance. Bruer, CRYSTAL. Draught Just as Mr Parsons describe! --valuable in regulating the liver to Its normal functions, and In cleansing the bowels of Impurities. Everything is rejoicing around Gipsy Tea. One of the most delightful outings of the summer was enjoyed Saturday Thedford's Black-Draught liTermedl- here the little shower that fell l,ght by a party of young people of due Is the original and only genuine. Accept no Imitations or substitutes. Always bsc lor xneaioras. PROPERTY OWNERS TAKE NO TICE FRONT FOOT ASSESS MENT NO. 11. this city. The affair was given by 1 i rnf I I "Ou" I AT Ion rrAfA. IMst-A y Vi 9 Mir..-, I I UllDO AXSH,UL lUvvl v AIM. J L IIIIOO I Misses Anna Moore and Billy Cald- Qsie Lain, of Murphysboro, 111., and well, of Union City, were Saturday Miss Moore's brother, Wherry Moore, who has been located at Indianapolis, MAIN STREET, In the town of Un- ion City, Tennessee, from First ntreet to the east line of Home street in baid town. T:ike notice that the Board of Msyor and Aldermen of Union City, night visitors with the Misses Mc Daniel Miss Ida Mai Thomas is real low with typhoid fever. Mr. ana Mrs. Fitz Duncan were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Mangold near Hickman Mr. and Mrs. Dolus Roberts, of Montgomery-Beacom, Union Citv. were visitors in Crvstal Mr. .Paul M. ueacom and Miss Bon- Ind. The party left Union City about 6:30 o'clock and motored to Hubbs' woodslot, about four miles east of the city. Supper was spread and en- Joyed by everyone. Tennessee, on the 6th day of June, 1922, passed a Street Improvement Sundav in tha home of Mr. and Mrs. nie Montgomery were quietly mar Ordinance No. 11, to provide for the R H Ratnff. improvement oi iviam street in me town of Union City, Tennessee, from the east line of First 'street to the east -line of Home stieet, includ ing intersections, by repairing draining, curbing, guttering and paving with Sheet Asphalt on Con crete Base, and doing all work Inci dent to such improvements pursuant .to Chapter 18 of the Act3 of the First Extra Session of the Legislature of the State of Tennessee for the year Johnnie Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. Knox According to said ordinance and Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Cloar said statute, two-thirds of the mat ana ennaren. Mrs. Bob Kersey is slowly improv ing from appendicitis. . ' Mr. and Mrs. Milton Jordan and little son, Lionel, spent Saturday night and Sunday with relatives at Gibbs. The Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs, Henry Wheeler were: Mr. and Mrs. of said improvement is to be borne by the abutting property owners on said street and the intersecting streets, and one-thirl by the town of Union City, Tennessee. And said Board of Mayor and Aldermen will meet at the Recorder's office in the town of Union City, Tennessee, on the 3rd day of July, 1922, at 8:00 p.m., to hear pny remonstrances or protests against the making of said improvement or improvements. Full -details, plans, specifications and es timates of the cost of said improve ments will be on file at said Record- - er's office on or before said date, sub ject to the inspection of any proper ty owner affected oy such improve- Mrs. Elbert Campbell and children are spending a few days with Dr. E. L. Williams and family, the Doctor being in a very serious condition. Several from here attended the burial f little Augustus Prather, Jr., I Desha little son' of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Pra ther, which took place at Poplar Grove Monday' afternoon. Messrs. Jay Malone and John Pow ell Thomas were out sporting Sunday afternoon. Misses Novella and Kate Council have returned to their, home near Gibbs after visiting their sisters, Mrs. ried at the rectory of he Episcopal Church last Sunday evening at 10:30 o'clock, on the return of Rev. Skar- don from Oak Ridge. Only the re quired number of witnesses were present to witness the ceremony. Lake County Gazette. Marriage Licenses. Thomas Wright and Nannie Lou Elam. Raymond Emery and Miss, Ruth Phillips. Ernest Travis and Miss Relina Mil ton. Wesley H. Ellegood and Miss Gladys Sullivan. Elbert Hale and Miss Magdaline ment. And on said date and at said meeting all persons whose property Preston Hampton and Mrs. Milton ment may appear in person or t,y I Jordan. attorney, or by petition, and protest Rev. and Mrs. Raymond White, of against the making of such improve- Xr0V( were Sunday visitors in the meiii, ine material 10 oe u& j anu , , , , the manner of making the same. home of Mr- and Mra- N- B- uty-- Said ordinance is on file at the of- Misses Edith Thomas and Dulcie flee of the City Recorder, subject to Vaught are attending State Normal inspection ny any person internum, -and said ordinance is also set out in Carl Phillips and Miss Rubie Moore. Cecil Miller and Miss Ethel Riley. Bryant Brantley and Miss Anna Williams. Kate Wooly and Miss Vivian San ders. Raymond Easley and Miss Lorena Sisson. , Earl Bruer and Miss Mary Kate Stalcup. COLORED. Lucian Jackson and Tommie Wells. Professor Ben Goode is in from Al- full In the Union City Commercial of Friday, June 23, 1922. This. June 21st, 1922. abama where he has been teaching in the public schools. Aluminum sale starts at 2 p.m. July 1. Amazing values; only three J. W. WOOSLET, Mayor. W. TV KEISER. Citv Rwnrdpr Published In the Union gity Com- Prices. THE RED SPOT PAINT mercial June 23, 1922. GLASS CO. Chill To ma Makes the Body Strong. Makes the Blood Rich. 60c LOOK FOR STYLE AND FIT IN YOUR LIGHT WEIGHT SUIT You need look no farther than here. It's an easy matter to make a light . weight suit. It's entirely another matter to make a light weight suit that fits and retains its stylish ap pearance in spite of the wilting summer weather. HuppexiHeimer Summer vSuits are stylish, they fit and stay in shape because they are rightly designed and carefully tailored. And they're wonder fully cool and comfortable. Shown in Palm Beach, tropical worsteds, mo hair, gabardine and other light weight fabrics. A BIG RANGE OF PRICES Men's extra trousers in worsteds, mohair, serg es, Palm Beaches. Hot weather comfort in summer Underwear, Shoes, Hosiery, Bathing Suits. W. G. CLAGETT CO. No more Tread Sepa ration It can't occur with Seiberling Cords because tread and side wall are made in one piece of tough, wear-resisting tread stock. Yes, we sell them at Motor Sales & Service Company .LING SEIBER CORD John Whitehead, Marshall White head, James Whitehead, F. H. Whitehead, Lela Ward and Her Husband L. H. Ward. C. M. Martin et als. vs. Lillie Tansil et als. Chancery Court, Obion Couny, Tennessee. In "the above styled cause it ap pearing to the Clerk and Master from the bill of complaint, which is sworn to, that the defendants, John White head, Marshall Whitehead, James Whitehead, P. H. Whitehead, Lela Ward, and husband B. H. Ward, are non-residents of the State of Tennes see, so that ordinary process of law cannot be served upon them. It is therefore hereby ordered that the said above named defendants appear before the. Clerk and Master of the Chancery Court of Obion Coun ty, Tennessee, on or before the First Monday of August, 1922, that being a rule day of said Chancery Court, and make defense to the said bill, or the same will be tak en as confessed by them, and the said cause Bet for hearing ex-parte as to them. It is further ordered that pub- ' lication of this notice be made for four consecutive weeks in The Com mercial, a weekly newspaper pub lished In Obion County, Tenn. 13-4 This June 19, 1922. GEO. A. GIBBS. Clerk and Master. By Nelle F. Marshall, D. C. : M. J. W. Rankin, Sol. for Complt. Preaching. I will preach at Mount Zion Sun day morning at 11 o'clock, at Salem at 3 p.m. and at Mount Zion at o'clock. Epwortli Leay.e .t 7'T3. . c. v.-.