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i iii i!i NOTICE TO FARME1 '. We have bur gin ready to run and will pay the best market prices for seed cotton, or , ' gin your cotton at customer's price. We pay the best market price for Seed. Union City Gin Company R. B. SILER, Manager 1 Phone FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1922. BATTEEY TROUBLES AEE, OVER for you when you equip your car with our made to order storage bat tery. You start right, you light right, you spark right, you are right when you have a home made battery work ing on your car. Seeing is believing. McHUGH BATTERY CO. ROUTE THREE. A Frank Oliver Herman Oliver. OlIVCF ElFOttlFSS , Automobile Mechanics Gas, Oils, Tires, Accessaries During the past five years we have lived in Union City repai ring automobiles? and we think we understand the business If vour car needs attention brine it in or phone us. Honest work at an honest" price. YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED OLIVER BROTHERS OLD OVERLAND GARAGE FIRST STREET. PHONE 126 Union City, Tennsseee AX Grissora's Call or stop for your meat, handled in a clean, sanitary way, and sold cheap. beef . Nice Stew, per pound 10c to 2c Nice Roast, per pound 15c to 20c Nice Steak, per pound . 25c to 30c VEAL Nice Roast,' per pound 1 5c to 20c Nice Steak, per pound 25c to 30c ' LAMB Per pound from 20c to 30c All this and then some at E. P. GRISvSOM 204 230 , Mr.' and "Mrs. H. M. Ferguson vis ited friends at Obion Sunday.- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gray, of Polk, were" in Crystal Saturday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Bradley, of Memphis, were week-end visitors , In Woodland Mills. Mr, and Mrs. Thea Ferrell, of Route Seven, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas Sunday. 'Miss Mittie Gardner, of Mississippi, wrfs the guest of her' sister, Mrs. Bas com Isbell, the first of the week. The Rev. Carlton filled his appoint ment at Mount Olive Church Sunday. He was the dinner guest of Mrs. Hen ry Jackson. Esq. Albert Caldtfell, of Clayton, and Mr. Sam Pool, of the Antioch vicinity, were business visitors near Woodland Mills Tuesday. Miss Cecil Jones, who has been Mrs. Henry Jones' guest for the past three weeks, has returned to her home at Aberdeen, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. John Prather are the parents of a little daughter,' who re cently came to make her home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Marshall enter tained as guests Mr. and Mrs. John Isbell and son, Clifford, and Mr. and Mrs., J. L. Glover Sunday evening. Ice cream and , water melon were served. ' ' : Mrs. Frank McDaniel's guests Sun day were Mr. and Mrs. John Rice, Mr. and Mrs. John Glover and children, Mrs. Bessie Glover and children anjl Miss Vera Kirk. Perhaps others whose names we failed to get. Quite a number of friends from on Route Three attended in Union City the funeral of Mrs. Walden Stigler, who died in Oklahoma last week. The remains wore brought back here and interred in the Un.on City Friday. Rev. and Mr3. O. W. Taylor and baby have returned to their home in Sturgis, Ky. The local editor was misinformed about Rev. Taylor be ing pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Sturgis. Although enter taining a high regard for the Pres byterian people, Brother Taylor is strictly a Baptist, "all wool and a yard wide," and is pastor of the First Baptist Church, at Sturgis. On last Saturday the Mount Olive Church, in conference, granted per mission for the schoolhouse to be torn down and removed from the church grounds to the new school ground bought from Dave Glovei and Dr. Williams, near the Metho dist parsonage, consequently work on the new Mount Olive and Antioch consolidated school building com menced this week. cigarettes They are GOOD! Death of Mrs. H. W. Stigler. WOODLAND MILLS. ' ' IMPORTANT, TAKE NOTICE. Don't run your car with cut out open. Don't run your car in excess of 15 miles per hour within 'the city limits. , Don't run your car without all lights burning. Don't ride bicycles on sidewalks. - Don't allow waste water to stand in barrels or cans on your premises. Don't allow waste water to flow fiom sink to the streets. Don't throw banana peelings on the sidewalks. Don't spit on the sidewalks. Don't allow your chickens to trouble your neighbors; keep them up. . Cut the weeds from the property occupied by you, or vacant property owned by you, to the middle of the street. . Don't pass the flagman at railroad crossings without permission; it .might save a life. . The above ordinances, are good. They may seem small, but are on our books and must be enforced. The officers have been notified. Any vi olators, will be fined. J. W. WOOSLEY, Mayor. FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF SUNDAY SCHOOL LEAGUE Did you know that the Central Filling Station sold tires? Total receipts (all sources) .. $711.24 Largest single game receipt. 73.36 Second largest 34.15 Lowest day's receipts. ...... 10.75 Average collection per game. 20.50 Paid to Kenton and Sharon teams ... . 65.00 Paid on account of balls, bats, catching outfit and miscel laneous items 190.50 Upkeep and lease on new park to date 65. 6) Cost of uniforms 240.64 Total expenditures 561.74 Leaving a balance in bank of 149.50 We also have on hand $12.00 in balls. Bof s Suit of Clothing. j Kirkland says: Come in, boys, and look the pony over, and ' you may get a suit of clothes. The pony is in the window and' will be there for a few days. Announcement. Miss Ttpulah Allen, tpaeher of dI- ano, announces the opening of her , heav7 studio on Sept. 4. Address 404 E. College street. Phone 180-J for ap pointment. 23-2t Mr. and Mrs. Joe Powell are the happy parents of a fine boy. Miss Jessie Pruett will begin her school at Houser Valley Sept. 4. Mr., J. A. Preuett, who has been sick for two months, is not any bet ter. He is verry ill. Mrs. Milburn Gardner, of Mis sissippi, is visiting the home of her sister, Mrs. G. B. Isbell. Mrs. Ebb Sanders, who was In Nashville some four weeks ago for an operation, is doing well. Mr. and Mrs. Miner Ferguson have returned home. They have been vis iting Mrs. Annie Hogan at Russell- ville. Ark. Rev. Manley, of Jackson, will preach at Woodland Mills next Sun day. All are cordially invited to hear him. " Woodland Mills, school will begin next Monday, Sept. 4. A large at tendance of pupils and patrons i3 an ticipated. Everyone invited to be present. . , ,Mrs. Catron Compton and son, Bu ford, of Nashville, are here visiting Mrs. Compton's sister, Mrs. J. C. Pru ett. Mr. Pruett is busy harvesting his apple crop. A B. Y. P. U. has been organized at Woodland church for the benefit of the young people. Hope all will attend and take part in the work, which is needed here as vell as else where. . ' ' ' , Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Isbell are en tertaining a fine boy, who, came a month ago. Guess Mr. Isbell is fig uring on the pleasure of having some body to work for him. He has four boys. Either that or he wants to work for the boys. A very large number of friends and relatives attended the funeral of Mrs. Eula Stigler, wife of Rev. Wal den Stigler. She. was greatly beloved by everybody. Our loss is her gain and we must be submissive to the will of the Lord tho the cross be May the race of the Lord be sufficient in" this great hour of need. , For ice and coal call 150. Mrs. Eula Maude Stigler, ' wife of Rev. II. W. Stigler, died on the 22d day of August, 1922, at Texhoma, Ok!a., after an illness of some weeks, resulting in uremic poison. Mrs. Stigler was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Donnell. She was- reared in Number Three Dis trict and married at Clayton to Rev. Stigler in 1910. Two children were oorn to the union, viz: Willie Leon ard and Sarah Elizabeth. The hus band, the grandparents and the chii- aren survive, togetner with also a brother and sister, H. B. Donnell and Mrs. Oren Stigler. Mrs. Stigler was a member of the Baptist Church, professing Christian ity at the age of twelve. Her hus band was pastor of the Baptist Church at Texhoma, where Mrs. Stig ler had located ten weeks before her death. Deceased was a dear, sweet chris tian mother, wife, daughter, friend and her passing fills the heart and home with sorrow and the communi ty is transformed into mourning. i ne remains were snipped to Union City and were carried to the home of the parents. On Friday, the 25th ult., at 11 o'clock a.m., funeral services were held at the Baptist Church in Union City, conducted bv Rev. G.vT. Mayo and burial at East View Cemetery. Death of F, W. Graves. Mr. Ferd W. Graves, a well known citizen of Troy, died on Thursday, the 24th ult., after an illness of ten days, resulting from general decline. Mr. Graves was 73 years of ago. He was a native of Kentucky. Movins to Troy some forty years ago, he wa united in marriage to Miss Mary Kir- by, sister of I. S. Kirby, of this city. Mrs. Graves died about twenty years ago. There were no children, but Mr. Graves is survived by a brother and sister at Thompkinsville, Ky., John T. Graves and Mrs. Turner. There is another brother in Paris, Texas. Mr.v John Graves and a ne phew were here for the funeral. Mr. Graves was for many years an of ficer in Number Six District. He Was a candidate at one time for Sher iff, receiving a large vote. He was a member or the cnurch or cnrist and a fine man personally, highly es teemed and regarded everywhere for th highest qualities of character and citizenship. ' Funeral services were held at the Christian Church in Troy, conducted by Elder John R. Williams, and the remains were interred at the Troy Cemetery. If you expect to vote at the No vember election, you must pay poll tax for the year 1921 not later than September 6. Xi fVKRf VJU mm Satisfies the sweet tooth and aids appetite and digestion. Cleanses mouth and teeth. A great boon to smokers, relieving hot, dry mouth. Combines pleasure and benefit. Don't miss the joy of the new WRIGLEY'S P-K-the sugar coated peppermint tid bitl Save the wrappers Good for valuable premiums FOR ALE One 3-horse power Fairbanks & Morse Engine. Burns kerosene or gasoline. Almost new and in splen did condition. One General Electric single phase motor, 3 horse power. New bearings and in first class condition. One Chevrolet Truck. Has just been overhauled, new batteries and generator. Come in and make us an offer on the above. Cash and terms. Central Broom Co. (Now in the old depot building) Phone 494. Real Estate Transfers. H, W. Hardy et al. to S. C. Va- den, 50 acres in No. 13, 17832. W. P. Bishop ret ux. to Joe Hayes, 46 acres in No. 5, $1300. A. G. West et al. to I. F. West et al., 122 acres in No. 11, $15,000. Felix W.Moore et al. to Mrs. Nellie Jones, lot in No. 13, $5000. Geo. M. Roach et ux. to Herman Roach, 29 acres in No. 16, $2500. . L. A. Ward et al. to J. W. Cole man,. 196 acres in No. 5r,$6000. G. R. Caudle et ux. to J. A. Har rison et ux., lot in No. 6, $850. Lest We Forget. Several lists of Confederate gravel have been sent in for, which the U. D. C. Chapter extends thanks. But, friends, there are too few workers. It is all a labor of love and. appre ciation, and won't any one who knows the location of one or more gravea please notify Mrs. N. E. Beck, County Chairman, Union City, Tenn. MRS. W. J. CALDWELL, Publicity Chairman Many thanks for the water melon, Mrs. Caldwell. Ed., Man Postpones His Funeral End of Conference Year. The end of the conference year is almost here and I hope to see ail of the members of the Union .City Circuit come to the aid of the pastors "I am 66 years old and for past I to make this the best we have had twn vpr have been sufferlns so bad- or tne rour years or our pastorate , . . v. a it.,- -.,ki I I will preach at Pleasant Valley ly from stomach and liver troubles, gund morning at 11 o'clock and bloating and colic attacks that I dirt at Sanders Chapel at 3 p.m. not expect to live more than a few! G. W. EVANS. months and was arranging my of fairs and even my . funeral. ' Three doses of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy have entirely cured me." It Is a sim ple, harmless preparation that re moves the catarrhal mucus from the mitted intestinal tract and allays the inflam ma 'ion which causes practically all Preaching, stomach, liver and Intestinal ail-1 There will be preaching at the ments, including appendicitis. One Presbyterian Church on North First dose will convince or money re- street Sunday, Sept. 3, conducted by funded. Sold by Oliver's Red Cross the Rev. B. M. Cowan, of Collier Drug Store and druggists every- ville, Tenn. The public is cordially where. invited to attend. K. 0. T. M. The next meeting of the Maccabees is for Tuesday next. Be sure to be there; some new members to be ad- New Church. Rev. Landenbcrger will conduct services and preach in the New Church Chapel next Sunday at 11 a.m. "Subject: "The Parable of tho Wise and Foolish Virgins." The second meeting will be held at 3:30 p.m. Subject: "The Heathen or Peo ples out of the Church." The public is cordially invited to both services. Woodland Mills High School. Woodland Mills High School will open at 8:30 a.m. Monday, Septem ber 4. Every pupil is especially urge.i to be present on the first day of school that all classification may ba completed and schedules made out for the year's work. Bring last year's report card with you, as this will aid greatly in classifying. 1923 Models. Six of the Ford 1923 Models were received at Mr. Rust's place yester day. The new car is equipped with a slanting ventilator windshield, one-man top. a heavier new-shape fender. It has a. better appearance and is as stylish as any of them. And the price remains better. Or. E. W. YoungblOQi, D. V. U. ONI.Y GRADUATE IN OBIONCOUNTY. Calls answered at All Hours. Both Phones nt Res. and Corura's Ijvery Stables UNION CITY. TENN. J'- V4j 1 ' f f M I 1 .1