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Him rflKi'aplkell Joip VVliceaitl If you want to Sell or Store, come in to see us. IF YOU NEED SACKS , WE HAVE THEM FOR YOU TItkb rVOflll 5s aitt Ir'oimip- eiP'v5ce 5 ' i .7 ' f y MOTLOW mi The Commecial, Union City, Tenn. FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1922. W. N, FORRESTER CAFE and RESTAURANT Candy, Soft Drinks, Cigars, Tobacco and Everything Good to Where Qyality and Prices Meet COA Blockton Alabama Bon Air Cumberland Block ce Phone 150 THE MILLING HOSPITAL SEVENTH YEAR A Modern Surgical Institution. Competent Trained Nurses OR. W. A. NAILLING Chief Surgeon Union City, Tenn. Both Phones 41. Cumberland 461 County 262 . . . Telephones: Dr. C. E'. Upchurch DENTIST Over Mrs. Amn's Millinery Store Union Citv. : : : Tenn. DR. W. J. JONES L Citizens and Coal Co. DENTIST Union City, Tenn. 107 Church St. Cumb. Phono 214-J ; Did you know that the Central Filling Station sold tires? M LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Mrs. Earle Marshall, who has been on the sick list, is convalescent. Saturday Jinimie's Playhouse. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Johnson made a pleasant trip to the lake last week 666 cures Chills and Fever. Mr. and Mrs. Arih Caruthers, of Hickman, were here Sunday as vis itors. 666 cures Dengue Fever. Mrs. Albert Ewing, of Kelson, Cal., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bynum. Saturday Jimmie's Playhouse. Miss Lillian Bird Whitcsell was a visitor last week with relatives and friends In Missouri. Fine supporting cast In "The Law and the Woman." Mrs. L. J. Goode, of Fulton, was a visitor here this week in th& home of Mrs. Nettie Pcnick. Did you know that the Central Filling Station sold tires? Miss Birdie Caruthers and Mrs. Burnett are enjoying the week at Dawson Springs, Ky. For Ice or Coal call 150. Mr. L. J. Gray, of the vicinity of Gibbs, has been visiting relatives and friends in Paris, Tenn. Saturday Jimmie's Playhouse Citizen A. E. Glover left this week going in a touring car with some friends to Pittsburgh, Pa. 666 quickly relieves , a cold Miss Ella Noah is here from St. Louis enjoying a vacation visit at the home of her father, T. P. Noah, south of the city. , Betty Conipson in "The Law and the Woman," Monday at Playhouse. Don't miss it. A real picture. Mrs. C. C. Cooper and family and Mrs. Grady Chitwood and family, of Fort Worth, Texas, are visitors in the vicinity of Mount Pelia. ' -Intensely dramatic and appeal ing is the story of "The Law and the Woman." Misses Aile?n and Evelyn Wells, of Obion, were the guests of Miss Sara Pickard this week. These young la dies were suite-mates at Randolph- Macon last year. A big thriller at Jimmie's Play house Thursday, July 27th, "Queen of the Turf." Mr. and Mrs. Moffatt Pressly, .of Porto Rico, arrived here this week accompanied by1 Miss Mary Pressly, who has been visiting her brother in North Carolina, on their way to Troy to visit relatives and friends. Four-burner New Perfection oil cook stoves, complete with boss oven for 29.50, and the same with high shelf, $37.50. Freight paid to Union City. Write us for any other informa tion as to sizes and prices. L. L, Lamkin, Mayfleld, Ky. Mr. H. P. Thomas, principal of the Senior High School in Union City last year, writes that ho is taking graduate work in history and econo mics in the University of Virginia. Regards to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas are offered by the Union City friends. Stockholders Meeting. Stockholders of the Obion County Telephone Company will meet at 2 o'clock p.m. Saturday, July 29, 1922, at the City Hall in Union City. Im portant business is to be transacted and every stockholder is urged to be present. J. H. TODD, Pres. This July 11, 1922. 16-3t I LUNG SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. Fonville-Driskill; Miss Fannie Mott Driskill and Mr. R. G. Fonville, of Bowling Green, Ky., were united in marriage Satur day night, July 15, af' nine o'clock by the Christian minister at Bowling Green, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Fonville left that night for Cincinnati, Chicago and other Northern cities. On their re turn thex will be at home to their friends in Bowling Green. , Mr. Fonville is Junior ' partner in the Fonville Shoe Co. in Bowling Green. Miss Fannie Mott Driskill is one of Union City's most charming and pop ular young ladies, a daughter of Mrs. Fannie Driskill on East Cheatham street. Many friends extend heartiest congratulations. - I Williams-Smith. Miss Stella Kathryn Williams, who has been for some years located at Atlanta, Ga., and Mr. De Ford Smith, of Atlanta, were united in marriage at the First Presbyterian Church, Macon, Ga., July 3, 1922, at' 7 p.m., the Rev. Douglas officiating. The ceremony was performed in the presence of a few choice friends. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Williams, of the vicinity of Union City. She is a graduate of the Union City Training School, after wards entering the H. Sophie New comb, New Orleans, La. Thence to Columbia University, New York Cit jr, where she spent two years. The Commercial would like to say of the bride that we take special pleasure in her welfare as one of the first friends and local contributors to this paper. She is a young woman of delightful personality and has won her way in literary and individual achievements to the best things of life. Mr. De Smith is an architect in the city of Atlanta. He has been in the metropolitan schools of art and archir tecture, finally entering his profes sion at Atlanta. He has been engaged If your gas bills are too high and your power is slacking up McQuay-Norris Piston Rings will renew your car's old-time power, save gas and oil, and decrease carbon troubles. $125 WXHrT5ooy an exclusive two-piece design, preventing- loss of gas and com pression. Gives eaual nres- . Per Ring sure at all points on cylinder walls. For all piston grooves except top, which should have Supcrcyf. Each ring packed in a parch ment container. rmmm COMPANY, Vg - in his work there for ten years and is known and esteemed y the people of Atlanta. A bridal trip to Savannah, Ga., New "York City and Philadelphia was the after nuptial program; Mr. and Mrs. Smith will be at home to their friends at Atlanta, Ga., after the tenth of August. Tea for Visitors. Mrs. Walter Harrell and Mrs. V.H. Rayburn honored Mrs. Harrcll'a guests, Mrs. T. R. Peak, of Louisville, Ky., and Mrs. W. W. Moore, of St. Louis, Mo., with an informal tea Thursday afternoon at the Forked Deer Club rooms. Receiving were Mrs. Harrell in white embroidered net; Mrs. Rayburn in rose castle crepe; Mrs. T. R.' Peak in grey georgette draped in chiffon brocade; Mrs. W. W. Moore in chiffon organ die with real lace; Mrs. Wirt Wills in gown of ecru lace; Mrs. Tom White, of Denver, Colo., in black taffeta with touches of old blue; Mrs. Will Smith, of Leland, Miss., in black georgette and Spanish lace; Mrs. R. S. Vinton, cf L03 Angeles, Cal., in aSice blue georgette, with French em broidery; Mrs. Zeke Johnson, of Jackson, Tenn., in periwinkle canton crepe; Mrs. Ivy Skiles, of Chicago, in blue beaded canton crepe. Throughout the afternoon 140 of Dyersburg's social set gathered to meet and enjoy the home girls once more. The club rooms were artis tically decorated with a profusion of flowers, gifts from friends to the hostesses and honorees. Tea was served by Misses Julia Brackin Tay lor and Mary Granger Griggsby from a beautifully appointed table.. It was indeed a real home-coming party and each enjoyed the other so much that the guests were loathe to leave. DyersbYirg Gazette. Announcement. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Corr an nounce the engagement and ap proaching marriage of their daugh ter, Miss Selm.a, to Mr. Walter Conrad Uhlman, of Canton, Ohio, on the Renew Your Car's We Carry a Complete Service Stock CITIZENS AUTO CO., Union City, Tenn, 122 Suweut Keeps lubrica ting oil out of combustion Per Ring chamber. Collects excess oil on each down stroke of piston and empties on each up stroke, which ordinary grooved rings cannot do. Each ring packed in a parchment con tainer. 'I'MIHilli uTnTmfiKHi n TV" If" Kir Milium, ? ..iHlimil Mliiititl Will li ill Mil Till 1 1 II II Ml miiiiniiii!iliiHIiiiiiiii evening of August 2, 1922. Miss Sara Pickard gave a tea Sat urday evening to compliment her guests, Misses Aileen and' Evelyn Wells, of Obion. ', i Marriage Licenses. Sprague and Miss Wm. Gladys Adams. Chester Locke and Cody Williams. A- Halligan and Miss Gertrude Pardue. . , v Allen D. Pierce and Gay Nell Green. Angel Hawkins andd Bertha Mc Cants. Walter Cherry and Autry Grooms. Charlie W. Hogan and Mary Phil lips. Chas. G. Browder and Mis3 Opal Sara Easley. John D. Vinson and Lois Hall. Raymond Odell and Mary J. Rolan. T. S. Baldwin and Rosa Ballock. L. W. Wood and Gladys Pendel ton. Liman Sampson and Sylvia Ran som Roy Lindsey and Miss Audio May Richards. Phillip L'. Lear and Miss Mabel C. Harsh. Mack C. Etherton and Miss La verno Ellegood. Robert Brockwell and Miss Alpin Smiley. Marion Huey and Harriet Chap man. James . Buie end Lorine Huey. Ivah Crowder and Miss Opal Ivy. Dan Frisby and May Ward. Sam Morris and Gladys Halloman. Clint Parrott and Mario Piper. Odis Sullivan and Eula Copelanld. Bert Dowdy and Ganie Johnson. S. R. Mahon and Via A. Mabley. Eugene L. Torrcnce and Bessie J. Campbell. John D. McKinnye and Edith Boul ton. Vester Ranson and Pearl Robison. Jess Aldrich and Ethel Williams'. Chalmus Mayhall and Ruth Beaird. Herbert Berkett and Nora Beatley. Sam' Forsyth and Lonie Davis. Fred D. Cony and Miss Clara B. 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Miles to Alfonso Wilson, lots in No. 15, $300. Wade Buchanan et al. to A. Wil son, lot in No. 15, $200. S. E. Allmond et ux. to C. W. Pow ers et al. lot in No. 15, $1800, Mrs. Fannie Prather ct al. to I. W. Stone, 200 acres in No. 4, $10,000. Sale Big Bargain for Cash olr Terms 129 acres of land located in 16 th District Obion County, Tenn. 5 miles west and 1 mile south of Fulton, Ky. Only 1 Jmile from State Line Road: 100 acres now in clover. Parties wanting a bargain see H. O. BRADFORD, Pres., First National Bank, Fulton, Ky. Snap Rings of the highest grade. Raised above the average by McQuay Norris manufacturing methods. Their use insures all the satisfaction possible for you to get from a plain snap ring. They are packed twelve rings to the carton and rolled in waxed paper. ' McQUAY-NORRlS IT cur SNAP RINGS CONCINTftlC For SSGi 1 11 II I ii A . -V ( .