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Jno. T. Walker . Co.
Established Insurance Agency for 25
years. We can supply your Insurance
needs. ;',
BOTH PHONES Union City, Tenn.
The Commercial, Union City, lens.
FRIDAY. JUNE 23, 1922.
CLASSIFIED ADS
POUND Money. Description
wanted. Call at this office. ' .1
LOST Sigma Sigma Sigma soror
ity pin. Initials B. K. 103 on back.
Finder please call phone 445. 13-1
FOR SALE Typewriter, in good
- condition, cheap. Red Spot Paint
Store. Telephone 260. 13-lpd
. ' WANTED To buy a three or four
room house. Mrs. L. A. Hovis, Ex
change street. 1-tpd
FOR SALE Good Buick-six tour
ing car very cheap for cash or trade.
J. V. Averitt. 10
FOR SALE Two yearling Short
horn bulls; by the best and raised
best. HERMAN DIETZEL, JR.
Phone 65-J. H-4t
FOR SALE GoodJersey cow with
young calf. Z. W. CORUM.
12tf
FQUND Boy's new coat, size 13;
between Union City and Fulton, on
Bandhouse road. See J. F. Carter.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
LOST S.uall Illinois gold watch,
premium for advertising Smith-Brisco
Shoes. Finder return to this office for
reward.
FOR SALE Union Carbide, suita
ble, for private lighting systems, in
any amount. Wm. Warmuth, at
Union City Boiler & Repair Shop. 9tf
FOR SALE New six-room cot
tage on High street, all modern con
veniences. Price $3000. Apply to
T. R. Reynolds, Union City Lumber
Co. 6-tf
HEMSTITCHING AND PICOTING
attachment fits all sewing machines,
price ?2. Checks 10c extra. Lights
Mail Order Hduse, Box 127, Birming
ham, Ala. 10-4tpd
TO TRADE I have too many cars
and offer to swap big touring, car in
first-class condition for small farm,
house and lot, or Ford touring car.
See Frank Oliver, at Ford Garage.
'12-tf
Dr. A. B. Moore, of Greenville, Tex
is visiting his cousin, Mr. I. VV. Stone
, south of the city.
Miss Kate Tanner has returned Lome
for the summer, after a year of teach
ing in Whitman, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Needham, of
Martin, spent Sunday here with Mr
and Mr. G. D. Capps.
Mr. J. Martin Adams and Atty. J
W. Rankin, of Martin, were in Union
City Tuesday on business.
Mrs N. E. Beck and Mrs. John Em-
brey have returned from a visit with
Mrs. Council, at Ridley, Miss.
Mr. Reynolds Bratton, of Atlanta
no ia Vi era vlalUnff at thn hnmft nf
his father, Judge S. R. Bratton.
Mrs. Gertrude Kanerz, State Com-
Benefit Association, is in the city this
week iu the interest of the Association
Information can be had by calling
529-W.
Rev. E. M. Mathis is in Paducah
this week attending the Epworth
League Conference of the M. E
Church, South. Rev. Mathis is book
ed to deliver a course of lectures on
the fundamental doctrines of the Bi
ble and Methodism.
Prof, and Mrs. F. E. McReynolds,
arriving this week in a touring car
from Los Angeles, Cal., accompanied
by their son and daughter, John A
and Miss Jane Anna, are visiting in the
borne of Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Pickens,
on College street. .
Ten to Nine.
The Cumberlands won another game
Tuesday, defeating the Methodists in a
score of 10 to 9. The game was a good
one with a fair attendance.
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uulic xtaaeuau utuue.
The first game of the season for Dixie
High School will be Saturday, June 24,
beginning at 3 o'clock at the high
school grounds, when Dixie and Lin
den wood will contest for the honors of
.the game. Come and give us a cheer
and help boost the game.
ffhristiftn Chnrch.
r We are all looking for you at Sunday
School 9:50 a. m. All men are re
quested to join the shirt waist brigade
and thus be comfortable at Sunday
School and church.
Preaching at 11 a. m. All go to
union meeting at Chautauqua tent at
8 p. m.
We are expecting our Cumberland
Presbyterian Endeavorers to meet us for
a great union meeting at the Christian
Church at 7 p. m. Come prepared for
a great blessing.
Fine comedy picture, "Mary's
Ankle." ' . n i
Rub-My-Tism for Rheumatism.
Mrs. Fannie Ford, of Martin, was
a Monday shopper.
Miss Mildred Ramage, of Hickman,
was a Monday visitor.
Miss Maxlne Webster has returned
froma visit to St. Louis.
Worth' going miles to see1,! Ma
ry's Ankle.
Geo. P. Hurt, of Martin, was a
business visitor Monday.
Miss Virginia Andrewss, of Polk,
was a Wednesday shopper.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Kerr visited
friends in Fulton 'this week.
i "Mary's Ankle" Come and see
it! The picture, of course!
Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Clyrner, of Obion,
were in the city Wednesday.
Miss Mignon Smith, of Hickman,
is visiting Mrs. John Cox this week.
Mrs. W. E. Hudgns and children
have returned from a visit to Nash
ville. Don't fail to see "Mary's Ankle"
at Jimmie's Playhouse Saturday.
Mrs. Ola Weaks and son left this
week for a visit in Robertson County,
Tenn.
Mrs. J. Freeman, of Dresden, was
a visitor Wednesday with Mrs. J. J.
Miller.
Mrs. J. Wharton and Mrs. Win
stead, of Mtfrtin, were Wednesday
shoppers.
Mr. Homer Scott is reported some
better after a severe attack of illness
this week.
Mrs. Jeff Bowden and children
have retaurned from a visit to Lin
den, Tenn. 1
Hats of cool loveliness at a very
modest cost are shown at Mrs. Arnn's.
Mrs. Teague, of Ridgely, is here
visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. T.
E. Marshall.
Mrs. M. A. Blanton, is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. R. L. Andrews, this
week at Polk. ' i
Mrs. V. Switzer, of Trimble, was
here this week attending the Bruer-
Stalcup wedding. '
Midsummer trimmed hats mid
summer styles, mid-summer color
popular prices at Mrs. Arnn's.
Mrs. Laura Mallory, of Memphis,
is Mrs. H. T. Edwards' guest for
Chautauqua week.
Mrs. L. W. Harrod, of Oklahoma
City, is visiting her mother, Mrs
Geo. Dahnke, this week.
Mr. Marvin Thornton left'- this
week for the U. S. Hospital in North
Carolina for treatment. .
Screamingly funny! Deliciously
shocking! "Mary's Ankle" Saturday
at Jimmie's Playhouse.
Mr. W. M. Snoddy, of Clarksdale,
Miss., is a visitor in the home of Mr
and Mrs. J. F. Howard.
Mrs. Tardiff, who has been visiting
her granddaughter, Mrs. L. J. Goode,
in Fulton, has returned.
Mrs. T. Edwards and Miss Mamie
Winsett, of Mason Hall, were in the
city Monday shopping.
Every Friday 5c and 10c at Jim
mie's Playhouse. A big program.
Bring all the family.
Mrs. Frank Moore and daughter,
Tlulma, and J. Hilliard, of Obion,
were Monday shoppers.
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Harrison, of
Detroit, Mich., are in the city visit
ing relatives and friends.
Mrs. Lula Porter and son, of Nash
ville, are the summer guests of Judge
and Mrs. W. H. Swiggart.
Mrs. Mike Thompson and daugh
ter, Miss Gladys Holloman, of Trim
ble, were Wednesday shoppers.
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Tisdale and
children, of Millington, visited Mr.
and Mrs. R. F. Tisdale this week.
Every man will want to see the
Sport Review" at Jimmie's Play
house every Monday.
Miss Charlotte Simpson, of Clay,
Ky., is in the city visiting Dr. and
Mrs. J. D. Carlton, Main street.
Miss Ruth Cheatham, of St. Louis,
is a visitor this week in the home of
Mayor and Mrs. J. W. Woosley.
J. W. Burney is a visitor this week
at Dawson Springs for a .stay of ten
days in the interest of his health.
Mrs. Edgar Cox and children re
turned Tuesday from a visit to Mrs.
Cox's sister in Springfield, Tenn.
Miss Mary Howard Turner has re
turned from Chicago, where she has
been taking art during the past win
ter months, with wonderful results.
Mrs. Wm. Pace, who has beon In
poor health for a number of months,
has been very sick this week. 1
Miss Marene Allen, of Harris, is in
the city visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. F.
Gregory, during the Chautauqua.
' Every woman will want to see
Thomas Meighan in "A Prince There
Was" Monday. Jimmie's Playhouse,
regular prices.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Howell, of
Louisville, were here this week vis
iting Mr. Homer Scott in his Illness.
Mrs. L. Caruthera and children and
Mrs. Casey are enjoying a visit to
relatives and friends at Fruitland,
Tenn.
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. McVay and
little daughter, of Chicago, are in
the city visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Nailling.
Miss Gertrude Pardue and Mrs. W.
F. Tate have returned from a few
days visit to relatives and friends in
Memphis.
Inexpensive distinction can be
found in a hat bought from the selec
tion at Mrs. Arnn's. The models are
fine. i
Little Miss Ruth McClure.daughter
of Mrs. John McClure, Memphis, is
a visitor at the home of Mrs. Mary
Crenshaw.
Misses Dixie and Sibyl Massengill,
of New Madrid, Mo., are the guests
of their gradparents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. Z. Massengill.
W. A. Pursley and little grand
daughter, Miss Mary, of Nashville,
are ill the city this week visiting rel
atives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cook, of Rives,
and their guest, Miss Irene Walter,
of New Orleans, enjoyed a visit to
Reelfoot Lake Tuesday.
To-night at Jimmie's Playhouse,
Robinsoe Crusoe, Harold Lloyd, Tom
Mix, iEsop's Fables. Children 5c,
adults 10c. Bring all the family
Mrs. Ella Cathey and Mrs. Annie
Greer have returned from a visit at
Memphis with Mrs. Greer's daughter,
Mrs. Thomas Watkins.
Miss Ruth Crenshaw is here for a
summer visit with homefolks. She is
with the American Red Cross in the
Southeastern Division.
Miss Mary Swiggart is at home
from her work with the American
Red Cross in Johnson City, Tenn., to
enjoy a 'few weeks visit.
Mrs. Tom Neal Simpson, of Mem
phis, was in the city this week at
tending the funeral of her grand
mother, Mrs. H. H. White.
Have your shoes repaired by us
and get a nice, neat job and also get
certificates for the free Community
silverware. E. E. Dildine Shoe Hos
pital. 13-lt
Mrs. Paine Bransford, of St. Louis,
and Mrs. Frank Aydelott, of .Mem
phis, are here enjoying a summer
visit in the home of Mrs. Fannie
Driskill.
Mrs. J. W. Burney went to Trim
ble this week to visit her niece, who
is recovering from an attack of ap
pendicitis, for which an operation
was required.
.Mrs. D. Allen, who has beeen vis
iting Mrs, W. J. Mays, left Wednes
day for a short stay at Dawson
Springs before returning to her home
at Morganfleld, Ky.
The Rev. J. J. Hill will preach at
the Presbyterian Church on North
First street Sunday, June 25, at the
morning and evening services. All
are ordially invited to attend.
OUR SPECIAL ALUMINUM SALE
starts at 2 p.m. JULY 1. Biggest
aluminum sale ever in Union City.
Come and bring your friends. RED
SPOT PAINT & GLASS CO.
B.RO-DY
B R OS
BIG STOCK REDUCING SALE
Many people who trade in Union City will no doubt be
glad to learn that the Brody Bros, big sale is on in full
force and that the many opportunities offered here to
supply the trade with real bargain values in high-grade
merchandise have found an eager, responsive buying
public. In plain 'words, the sale has been an unquali
fied success. And while this is true, the mammoth
stock remains practically unbroken.
So we invite you to call during the remaining days
of the sale and see for yourselves that we' are determin
ed to make a sacrifice of these goods in order to make
room to stock additional lines of the early season buy
ing. Remember we have the
Staples and Piece Goods, Men's and
Ladies' Ready-to-wear Garments,
Shoes; Slippers and other
goods in unlimitedjjquantities
We are making new low prices that will, in many cases,
cut under the quotations made last week. Be sure you
are in the right store. Call for
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Successors to Phil Hyman's Cut Price Store.
UNION CITY,
TENNESSEE
Mrs. W. H. Wheeler, of St. Louis;
Mrs. W.H. Slaughter, of Hodgenville,
Ky., and Miss Willa Whitson, who
has been teaching at Georgetown,
Ohio, are here for a visit in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Whitson.
B. L. Rogers, district manager of
the U. S. Veterari's Bureau, Jackson,
Tenn., was in the city this week vis
iting Miss Little's Red Cross head
headquarters and 'he veterans. Mr.
Wilde, district supervisor, was also a
visitor.
Mrs. Sam Carman has returned
from Nashville, 'after two months'
stay. She was accompanied by her
sister, Mrs. R. L. Hall, of Harlingen,
Texas, and her niece, Mrs. J. R. Far
rington, of Washington, D. C, who
will be her house guests for several
days.
Charms are heightened
Allurements are deepened
And she glows with a new grace
who wears .
A hat from Mrs. Arnn's none
compares.. '
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Dorris, accom
panied by Misses Margaret, Sarah
and Catherine Chapel, went to Mid
dle Tennessee, leaving last Sunday in
& touring car,' going first to Nash
ville and then to Gallatin. They
have returned and the trip was en
joyed immensely. ,
Mr. Geo. Jeter, of Dresden, was a
Tuesday visitor.
Mrs. MaeKie Little, of Dresden
was a Tuesday visitor.
Messrs. Bob Fox and John Bennett
of Troy, were in the city Wednesday
Dr. R. M. Little and daughters, of
Martin, were in the city this week as
visitors.
Mrs. Humphrey and little daugh
t.er have returned from a visit to
Jonesboro, Ark.
Master Marion Hood Mathis is at
tending the Epwarth League Confer
ence in Paducah this week.
Mrs. Fred Hamilton and daughters,
of McKenzie, are in the city visiting
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Hamilton on Ury street.
Mr. Robert Fry, who has been in
the Emery and Henry College, Vir
ginia, as a student for the school
term, is at home in Union City tor va
cation.
Mrs. H. P. Taylor, of Tiptonvlile,
was a visitor in the city Tuesday.
Mr. Taylor is engaged in some con
struction work as contractor at
Ridgely, so Mrs. Taylor tells us.
Mrs. J. E. Rose, of Brownsville,
Tenn., who is at home with her par
ents, Judge and Mrs. S. R. Bratton,
for a visit, tells her father that Mr
Rose and State Enginer McCuaa will
be here from Brownsville on the 1st
of July to prepare for road work in
Obion County on the Union City-Troy
road.
Bankrupt Sale.
K. H. Eust, Trustee in Bankruptcy
for the estate gof George Dahnke, de
ceased, offered for sale at public sale
last Saturday, June 17, 1922, at the
courthouse in Union City, Tenn., val
uable real estate and farm property and
the following bids were received:
First tract 19 known as the George
Dihnke home in Union City on Fifth
street, Highest bid . received was
$6600 by Mrs. George Dahnke.
Second tract is a lot adjoining the
Geo; Dahnke home, for which a bid of
$800 was offered by Mrs, Dahnke.
Third tract of 53 acres in No. 7, for
which a bid of $50 was offered by D.
Cleek.
' Fourth tract of two acres' and small
dwelling bouse near Crockett Station,
for which a bid of $300 was offered by
John Saunders.
Fifth tract of 167 acres drainage land
in No. 8, for which a bid of $40 was
offered by Harry Vincent.
Drainage taxes for 1920 aod 1921
are assessed against some of this land,
and all the bids of the sale are subject to
confirmation, pending ' the holding of
sale open for higher bids.
THU
Reynolds Theatre Thursday Night, June 15.
The wedding was conducted by Mrs. J. A. Prieto and the
program in full is quoted as one the most unique and delight
ful seen here in some time.
Ushers Roy Naylor Vincent, Jack Burchard.
Arrival of Guests.
Frances Roper, Virginia Cunningham, Mary Louise Clements, Har
rison Dietzel, Evelyn Dietzel, Larry Lovelace, Mary Ella Stanfleld, Edith
Bond, Harold Lindsey Dietzel, Bobbie White, Lillian Hawes, Mary Mar
garet Cunningham, Jimmie Bramham, Billie Spradlin, Annie Ruth Mar
tin, Evelyn Howse, Mary Ann Scott, Goalden Barnes, Ewing Owen, Ana
Jackson, Frances Wehman, George Cloys, James Wells, Winfleld Quails,
Mildred Liddell, Francis Cloys, Robert Calvin Jackson, Martha Frances
Bransford, Margaret Dickens Waddell, George Gibbs, Jr., Joe Anderson
Ward, Jack Burdick, Henry Clay, Richard Cox, Harriet Hunter Elam,
Louis Craig, Annie Jane Alexander, Ruth Holt, Robert McGowen, Min
nie Kaufman, Mary Virginia White, Elizabeth Harpole, Grace Russell,
Alma Louise Stevens, Doris Milliken, L,fucile George, Myra Roper, Sue
Joyner, Cecil Ruffln, David McClure, Catherine Bransford.
. Bridal Party. ,
Charles Alfred Reynolds Groom
Mary Alice Taylor Bride
James Cunningham Father
Billy Tanner Best Man
Helen May Hawes Mother
Johnnie Wuench Minister
Aline Marshall Maveety Minister's Wife
Mary Jane Martin Maid of Honor
Catherine Massengill Ring Bearer
Harry Vincent, Jr Rejected Suitor
Flower Girls.
Nell Frances Jackson, Frances Chapel, Annie Laurie Marshall, Dean
Alice Edwards, Martha Virginia Hale.
Special Friends of the Bride.
Ann Dietzel, .Aggie Lou Rippy, Katharine Reaser, Janie Ray Wil
liams, Betty Burdick. '
Bachelors.
Harris Caldwell, Jack Burchard, Roy Naylor Vincent, Louis Craig,
Woodrow Wilson Bond.
Musical Numbers.
When You and I Were Young Maggie Sugg Keiser
I Cannot Sing the Old Songs Ann Jackson
Silver Threads Among the Gold .Goalden Barnes
When You Look in the Heart of a Rose .". . Ewing Owen
I Love You Truly Harriet Hunter Elam
0 Promise Me ..Evelyn Howse
Old Maids Song Sarah Carter, Laverne Weir, Helen Boyd
1 Love to Live in Loveland George Cloys
Grand Finale : Mary Ann Scott and Guests
E. G. Pardue, who has been travel
ing for the Canvas Decoy Co. for the
past three years, has opened a modern
Ice cream plant in connection with
the Crystal Ice Co. The plant will!
produce for the wholesale trade only
a fine quality of cream. Mr.' Pardue
was with the Oliver-Cobb Drug Co.
for two years making cream and
managing the fountain service. He
was also in St. Louis with one of the
largest ice cream concerns in the city
as manager. He is therefore prepared
to furnish the trade with the finest
ice cream products and invites the
public to Inspect his plant. This
plant will be another addition to the
manufacturing industry of Union
City, and we trust meet the greatest
measure of success.

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