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Established Insurance Agency for 25 years. We can supply your Insurance needs. BOTH PHONES Union City, Tenn The Commercial, Union City, Term. FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1922. CLASSIFIED ADS FARM FOR SALE 28 acres, two and one-half miles east of Un ion City, nice 6-room residence and shade, good barn, orchard, etc. For particulars address 19-4t A. T. ADAMS, R.F.D. No. 6, Union City, Tenn. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. WANTED Tenants for apart Ments of two'or four rooms. Will rent single rooms, or whole house Newly papered and painted. Lights, water and bath, close to town, churches and schools. For terms ap fly at 216 N. Ury, or call 350-W. 17tf WANTED A position to nurse meCn. I have porno experience, good health, easy to wake, good morals. J"or reference refer to county offi cials. Satisfaction guaranteed. 19-ltpd T. N. LONDON. Rives, Tennessee. HIGH SCHOOL PUPIL BOARD ERS. Anyone twilling to furnish board and 16dgingto one or more non-resident high school pupils, please communicate with Prof. F. E. Ranck, in writing, being sure to fur nish the following Information: Location, number of pupils that can be -accomodated, rate per month, and whether boys or girls are preferred. 18-4t For Ice or Coal call 150. Mrs. W, T. Robinson and children, Of Shelbyville, Tenn., and Mrs. Rufus Watkins, of . Chicago, are visiting their mother, Mrs. B. F. Lane. 666 cures Chills and Fever. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Kerr enjoyed a visit last week to Kenton. They, have as a guest this week Miss Bailey, of Martin. . Miss Mary Bird Pursley has charge of the school at Bothel, near Horn beak, which was opened last Mon day with good attendance. To prevent a cold, take 666. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Joyner, of the Sheriff Cherry went over to Ful ton Wednesday and took charge of a bunch of negro bucks who had made an attempt to make way with Col W. W. Morris' largo touring car. The machine was rocovered a few miles from Fulton. Miss Robbie Latta has returned from Mayfteld, Ky., where she vis ited Miss Mildred Shelton Mr. C. V. Andrews, of tho Union City Garage, went down to Memphis Monday and drove home in a largo Studebaker Special Six. Last week he delivered to Dr. F. M. McRee a new Studebaker. Did you know that the Central Filling Station sold tires? The Eastern Star Lodge meets to night (Friday) at Mason Hall. Mem bers urged to be present. Esq. E. M. Tate, of Hornbeak, was here last week as a business visitor, Mr. Tate is the Republican boss of his bailiwick and a well known and highly esteemed citizen. Mr3. Vernon Verhine and Mrs. Ethel Greer left this week for St. Louis to. buy the new stock of fall millinery for Moi-gan-Vcrhine Co. Mrs. Ver Pleasant Valley vicinity, are very and reView new styles proud of the late arrival, a baby girl, hlne wlll tave charge of the depart named Martha Agnes. ment obo cures Maianai uever. Miss Catherine Edwards went 10 v A fine boy was torn last Friday to Memphis this week with Miss Mary Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Bludworth, of McGoe Malory, who has been visiting the vicinity north of Union City. the former in Union City. Miss Ed- Messrs. , Ed Reeves Adams and wards la Miss Mallory's guest for a Howard Arnold motored to Mammoth few days. uave iniS' WeeK. Mr. Hato Davis and ilaiiP-litera Rub-My-Tism for Rheumatism. Misses Frances and Allen, left this Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McAmis an- week returning to Atlanta after a nounce the birth of twin daughters visit in Union City on last Monday at nome in Knoxvino. Miss Lizzie Wad Jell, who has been Mrs. McAmis was formerly Miss Joe quite sick, is much better "VJf t mio Ulljr. ro hrnba n,,t ,n tha hnrna nt M The friends of Mr. Homer Scott re- an(i Mrs. Henry Hassler Wednesday, gret to learn that he is not doing so but no damage was done well. He is in a Louisville hospital WANTED Man with car to sell beet low-priced Cord Tires made. $100.00 per week and expenses. Wolfe Tire Co., 4177 Canal, Benton Harbor, Mich. ' 11 -It Dr E. M. Smith removes bun ions, corns and in-growing toe nails. All desiring work of this nature leave calls at Wells' barber shop, phone 360, or see the doctor on the streets, Aug. 11 and 12 only. Notice to Boggy Owners Before buying a new Buggy get my prices on painting and rubber tiring. Mrs. E. M. Long and children, El and it is thought another operation gie( Eyelyn and Ja.nes Edwln Wfint to Brinkley, Ark., this week to Visit will be necessary 666 quickly relieves a cold Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Upchurch and Mrs. Clarence Bogle. Mrs. Earl Wright and little daugh- visit with her mother in Union City. For Ice or Coal call 150. I buy and sell second hand Buggies. Mow 1 lost a customer, ne died R. A. PARDUE BLACKSMITH Telephone 34. Union City. Tenn DR. W. J. JONES DENTIST Union City, Tenn. 107 Church St. Cumb. Phono 214-J Dr. E. W. Youngblood, D.V. M. ONI.Y GRADUATE IN OBIONCOUNTYi Calls answered at All Hours, Both Phones at Res. and Corum's Livery Stable UNION CITY. TENN. WANTED PERSIMMON LOGS. 10 INCHES AND Ur IN DIAMETER. BUSH BROTHERS & CO. COLUMBIA BLOC, LOUISVILLE, KT. TO LOIS MOERIS. Charlie Morris vs. Lois Morris.- Chancery Court, Obion Co mty, Tennessee. In tho' above styled cause it ap pearing to the Clerk and Master from the bill of complaint, which is sworn to, that the defendant, Lois Morris, is a non-resident of the State of Ten nessee, so that ordinary process of law cannot be served upon her. It is therefore hereby ordered that the said above named defendant appear before the Clerk and Master of the Chancery Court of Obion C. unty, Tennessee, on or before the 3rd Mon day of September, 1922, that being a rule day of . said Chancery Court, and make defense to the said bill, or the same will be taken as confessed by her, and the said cause set for hearing ex-r arte as to her. - It is further ordered that publication of this notice be made for four consecu tive weeks in The Coitmei cial, a weekly newspaper jublished in. Obion County, Tenn.. 20-4t GEO. A. GIBBS, Clerk and Master. By Nelle F. Marshall, D. C. &. M. Pierce & Fry, Sol. STor Complt. i little daughter were Sunday visitors te gara Grlffl ... t. be here IYYWD. IU TlOlb XUIO, Ul 11. LIU, O LUUlllC. Mrs'. Sallie Griffin. "MU,U6WU " ACJ' Miss Annie Pitt was a visitor in Kenton Sunday. Miss Annie Margaret McClanahan, Mrs. F. W. Watson returned Tues- 0f Hickman, was a visitor here this day from Memphis, accompanied by week on account of her mother's in ner sister, Miss Ruth Marshall. The I ness 1 .1 1 . J . 1 l 1U1 T T meuua cue e.u u xuat jr. ftnd Mrs gteve naruthers and Watson is gradually recovering her Mlg Pearl Floyd are visitora thia n6al Lli. I Tirrto tr sf Ttanrann Orvrln era frt a far 3ura and Albert Brown went to days. miM.uua, Ui lU18 wuuio tucjr Mr &nd Mra M E c,ark went to Will be employed. Irinwsml Snrinn-a SnturHnv fnr a ton Rub-My-Tism, an antiseptic. days visit. r.auH. auu rviw tvay, ui ayi.uii, D Bowden. of Memnhis. was a were Monaay visitors. snriv vknr ith Ma nt.r0nt. Mr Miss Virginia Callicott has re- and Mrs. Sam L. Bowden. Friday and Saturday Special, Boys' wash pants, $1 values, per pair, 69 cents. Brody Bros. Cut price Store. Mr. J. W. Woodard is visiting rel atives in Bachelor and Henderson, Mo., this week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Howell, of Mur ray, Ky., were Friday visitors. Mr. Clint Ramsey, of Kenton, was a business visitor Saturday. ; Miss isstene Monrotus. of Detroit. Mich., is here for a few days visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Quint McFadden were end-of-the-week visitors with relatives in Trimble. Miss Gladys Wheeler was a visitor last week in Kenton. Miss Irene Bogle, of Kenton, was a guest last week of Miss Juna Rey nolds. Miss Carrie Schmidt was a visitor Sunday with her parents in Humboldt. Mrs. H. T. Hays, of Jasper, Ala., was a Monday visitor. Mrs. O. L. Dal ton is expected home this week from an extended visit to relatives and, friends at Rector, Ark -Nearly every picture playing this week in Memphis hao been shown at Jimmie's , Playhouse, Wait till fall. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Gauldin, of Trimble, were here this week for a few days with Mr.' and Mrs. J. W. Burney. Attorneys and others from Union City attending the funeral of Judge Jones at Dresden Wednesday were: Judge W. H. Swiggart, Judge F. W. Moore, R. A. Pierce, J. L. Fry, T. O. Morris, W. M. Miles, E. H. Lannom, S. R Bratton, I S. Kirby. Miss Willette Schmidt, who has been visiting her sister, Miss Carrie, returned to Humboldt Sunday. R. A. Pardue has returned from Columbus, Otio, where he has been visiting his sister, Mrs. Ray Cochran. Mr. Pardue visited Louisville, Mam moth Cave and other places on his way home. Will some kind-hearted, benevolent citizen please pass the crowbar. That new depot project seems to be "on center." Fetch the instrument and push 'er off. Friday and Saturday Special. One lot of men's up-to-date straw hats, each 98 cents. Brody Bros. Cut-price Store. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Robinson leave Monday for Dawson Springs for their annual summer outing of ten days. Buslnes is fine around at the Mot low Milling Co.'s plant. The meal plant is running a double shift, 18 hours a day, and turning out an av erage of five cars of feed each day. Better business than they have en Joyed for some years. RIVES NEWS. Rev. and Mra. E. P. Lindsay are up from Memphis, guests of Mrs. Jane .Wade. Wednesday of last week Mrs. Earl Jones was honoree of a birthday af- ternon reception given by Mrs. Fran ces Elani. After a word contest in which Mrs. Bliss Callicott and Mrs. Jones tied, the latter winning a love ly decorated fan, refreshments of fruit cream and cake were served. A social meeting of tho Order of the Eastern Star vas greatly enjeyed Wednefday evening. Tho sccial com-1 mittei made every one happy in serv ing fruit cream and home-made cake The Chapter took cpeci.il delight in showering tho Worthy Matron, now Mrs. Stovall, with t, mail pouch of linen, uniquely announced by cele- gram and deilvered by Mrs. Floys Carter. Mrs. Allen Wade was at home Thursday afternoon to a few friends in honor of Mrs. E. P. Lindsay. A very splendid time is reported. Hill Hight was up Sunday from Tupelo, Miss. Miss Susan Smith spent the veek in Columbus, Ky. J. F. Holloway and son, Ashley, are in from a long visit in Arkansas. Miss Eunice Shore was a mid-week visitor to Brighton, guests of Rev. and Mrs. J. L. Boyd. Mr. and Mrs. Glover Ferrell, of Washington, Iowa, were late guests with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Caldwell. Miss Martha Wode is in Memphis for an end of the week visit. Mr. and Mrs. John Fox, of Obion, and Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Carter, from Union City, attended revival services here Sabbath. Miss Julia Redditt, of Obion, guest of her sister, Mrs. Harry Cook, was the honoree a few evenings since of a gypsy tea at Byrd's Park. Mrs. H. H. Hunt, from Water Vat ley, Miss., visiting her parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Bud Vaughn, over on Church street, is visiting in Kentucky part of this week. Mrs. Sarah Latimer, of Beech vi cinity, was a recent visitor with Mrs. Holland Bittick. W. H. Cravens, principal of the school here, down Monday at Har per's Valley, reports the school open ed with an enrollment of twenty-sit . pupils. We are especially interested in this school in view of the fact that Miss Lillian Barker, one of our graduates, is in charge. Mr. Ed Cultra, nurseryman, has bought the O. H. Clemmons farm near town, with possession the first of January. This is a splendid farm and lies ideally for nursery culture. Mr. Cultra besides hedge plants will set out a large acreage of peonies. Mr. Algie Frye is ovor from Ful ton,-guest of his sister, Mrs. E. E. Shore. Mrs. B. C. Baldididge is convales cent of a week's illness. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Stovall wera up from Kenton part of the week and were especially entertained in the homes of T. C. Callicott, Dr. White and Geo. W. Stovall. ROUTE ONE, HORNBEAK. Miss Kate Johnson has returned to her home in Ricigely after a two weeks visit with friends near Horn beak. Mrs. Carrie Corkran has returned to to her home near Glass, after a week's visit her sisters, Mrs. Matti Lee Davis and Miss Mexie Lyon. Miss Gladys Siler ha3 returned to her home in Caruthersville, Mo., af ter a two weeks visit with her consiu, Miss Gladys -Corkran, near Horn beak. Miss Mattie Lou Davis, of Horn beak, spent the ;week end with Misses Mexie Lyon and Marie Davis and at tended the meeting being held at Glady Church. After a two weeks visit, with her sister, Mrs. Georgia Dodds, at Gladys,, vhere she attended a meeting, Miss Lexie Cain has returned to, her home near Obion Chapel. Misses Vera and Elsie Beauchanip entertained six girl friends at supper Friday evening. , The supper was de licious as well- as -ornamental.. Those present were: Misses Mexie Lyou, Mattie Lee Bavls, Audrey Bishop, Marie Davis, JJoaella Simmons and Sammie Dee Davis. Baptist Revivai, Rev. Ben Cox, of Memphis, has been secured for the Union City Bap tist Church revival, Beginning Sep tember 18. Chattanooga. IParis, Tenn., this week for a few Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Rodgers and days visit with their daughter, Mis. baby, of Dresden, are in the city vi3- Bennett. i.i i - 1 1 . ,1 e ..: .1 I iuiis uomdoiKa uu uu. Mr and Mrs Ellis Needham, of 666 cures Dengue Fevei- Martin, spent the week-end with Mrs. Drs. A. E. Jones and J. E. Brown Needham's .parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. have returned to their homes in d, Capps. l,liUsuaio aim oiuu luuuuwiu, muo. MrJ p, p, n,iiw whn ha Kann Mrs. A. L. White was a Sunday vis- making her home in Union City with itor in Fuljon. ' her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Woodard, Misses Lottie Noah and Linnie D. for the past year, has returned to McCullough have returned home af- her home in Bachelor, Mo. ter a two-weeks visit in St. Louis. Go to Corum's for fresh candies of all kinds. Mr. Jewett wheeler was a weeic- past visitor in Memphis. Miss Vivienne Woodrow was a Sun day visitor at State Line. Dr. A. E. Jones and Miss Virgie Butler motored to Long Lake Friday, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Milliken, Sr., were in Columbus, Ky., Sunday vis iting friends. Mr. S. E. Brummel, Jr., was a vis itor last week in St. Louis. Go to Corum's for fresh bread and cakes. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Clark are at Dawson Springs his week for a few days vacation visit. Mrs. R. M. Marshall and baby left Monday for Phenix, Ariz., for a few weeks visit with Mrs. Marshall's sis ter, Mrs. W. M. Doyle. Miss Estelle White left Monday, re- Hi, New Low Prices on EJDE 5 TIRES Friday and Saturday Special. One lot of ladies' one and two-strap low heel slippers, per pair, $1.48. Brody Bros. Cut-price Store. QUALITY ,NOT QUANTITY Lots for your money should not tempt you USE PERFECTION THE ECONOMY Washing Powder turning to her school work in Love- jhat,s what Hundreds land, Colo. , . Did you know that the Central nouse Wives, uo. Filling Station soli tires? They know that Good Washing Mr. and Mrs. C. U. Moore and Powder can't be sold for less; that dane-htpr nt Macon. Miss., and Miss More ror . tne money means Alma Foute, of Washington City, af- wash-day failures, waste of time ter a visit to relatives and friends n and money; that PERFECTION Union City and this section, left Wed nesday for their respective homes. Mr. Lon B. McCaieb, of Dyersburg, The World's as a business visitor in Union City yesterday. Mrs. D. J. Caldwell and little daughter, Martha, went to Dresden Wednesday to attend the funeral cf Judge Jones. They visited in the home of Jude and Mrs. R. E. Maiden. means quality and economy com bined. Greatest Cleaner and Cleanser. Price 20c Package. Mailed to any address upon receipt of price. G. D. CAPPS & SON. Manufacturers'. Never before have these Standard and Nationally-Known Cord and Fabric Tires been offered at such Attractive PRICES. 30x3j Defender CI. Fabric ..$8.95 . 30x3 Traf f ik CI. Fabric 1 0.95 30x3 Rugged CI. Fabric (E0y) 13.95 32x4 Rugged S. W. Fabric (S) 21.50 30x31 Defender CI. Cord ...13.95 30x3 Blue Pennant CI. Cord UL) ......15.95 31x4 Blue Pennant' S. W. Cord 26.45 32x4 Blue Pennant S. W. Cord 29.15 33x4 Blue Pennant S. W. Cord ..30.05 OTHER SIZES IN PROPORTION These prices effective August 1st, and include Excise Tax. Known Everywhere for. Extra Service Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. Where Promises are Fulfilled Union City, Tenn. "The Man from Home" coming p0r sale in Union City by the following: 60on. A wonderful picture. V F. White and S. T. Denton 6c Son. i Union City, Tennessee.