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The Commercial, Union City, Tenn.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1922. Freqiieiit Headaches "I suffered with chronic constipation that would bring on very severe headaches," says Mrs. Stephen H. Kincer, cf R. F. D. 1, Cripple Creek, Va. "I tried different medicines and did notget relief. The head aches became very frequent. I heard of Bedford's LAGK-DMUBHT METHODISTS AND CHRISTIANS IN FINALS By J AS. WHIPPLE. and took it for a headache, and the relief was very quick, and it was so long before I had another headache. Now I just keep the Black-Draught, and don't let myself get in that condition." Thedford's Black - Draught (purely vegetable) has been found to relieve constipation, and by stimulating the action of the liver, when it is torpid, helps to drive many poisons out of your system. Biliousness, indigestion, headache, and similar troubles are often relieved in this way. It is the natural way. Be natural! Try Black-Draught Sold everywhere. E 91 ft The Methodists and Christians played an exciting game of ball Tues day, the Methodists winning the game 7 to 5. The victory thereby enabled them to tie the Christians for first place in the race for Champion ship for the second half of the Sun day School League season, each hav ing won four games and lost two. This was the final game for these two teams, but as the Methodists won the two teams will play the tie off in order to decide who are the Cham i ' pions. 1 I The Christians started the scoring (by making two runs in the first. Rogers started the inning by draw ing a base on balls. Rankin then sot an infield hit. Rogers going to 'second. Neely forced Rankin at see- ond, Rogers taking third on the play. I Rogers scored while Reynolds was i retiring Johnson at first, Neely going ! to third. Carman singled to lef . scoring Neely. The Methodists then ' got those two back in the second. Af , ter one was out Massey singled to ; right, Woosley singled to center and ! when Carman let the ball roll ' through him Massey took third and i Woosley second. B. Fry hit to John- json and Massey was caught at the plate. B. Fry started to steal ec- !ond, and when Rankin threw the j ball to center field Woosley scored . and Fry went to third and continued vyttyMVJ :' on home when carman made a wim i tow home. The Notice to Buggy Owners Before buying get my prices on rubber tiring. a new Buggy painting and I buy and sell second hand Buggies. Ho w I lost a customer. He died! I R. A. PARDUE, BLACKSMITH Telephone 34. Union City. Tenn DR. W. J. JONES DENTIST Union City, Tenn. 107 lA Church St. Cumb. Phono 214-J T&steless Chili Tonic For Pale.DelicateWomen and Children. ' 60c God Health Day. The publicity committee of the Health League has set the date of Saturuday, Oct. 7, to be known as Good Health day. Special plans are being made to make this a very helpful day. Every mother who has a baby -should keep this in mind and at your first opportunity take your baby to Miss Brown at our Public Healtn Center. Let her help you. If your "baby is 100 per cent she will be glad to know both mother and baby. Office, hours 8:30 to 10 a.m., 3 to 5 p.m. American Legion Home. Phone No. 151. For a policy that your, bene ficiary draws the surrender value and the face of the policy, in case of death, $1400 for each $1000 in force. This 20-pay plan will pay out in thirteen years, and if you die it'3 $1300 cash; age 30, $34; age 30, double indemnity, $16; age 30, or dinary, $14 per $1000. Why not protect your little ones? Come and see the Government money behind this company. If interested see Dor rel Harris, both phones. Union City. Stockholm, Sweden, has voted two to one against prohibition, and more than half the women questioned in this country have voted against ab solute prohibition also. It seems hard for the human race tomake up its mind what it really wants. Mem Phis News-Scimitar. Christians 1 -then added another run to their list in their half of the second. After two were out Rogers hit a line drive to left center field for three bases and scored on Rankin's " hit to center That was all the scoring until the sixth when Meadow started the in ning by a hit to left field. Roper fanned and Meadow stole second Tanner then singled to center, scor ing Meadow. The Christians made another in the seventh. Rankin started by hitting a triple to center field. Neely fanned, but Jonakin missed the third strike, and when he threw Neely out at first Rankin raced home and W. D. Fry returned the ball for a double play, but Jon akin dropped it and Rankin was safe at home. The Methodists also mado a run in the seventh. Massey doubled to right for his third consecutive hit and scored on Woosley's single to center. The Methodists then made four in the eight. Chas. Reynolds started the inning with a single to center. Rogers let Reiser's grounder go through him and Reynolds went to third. Keiser was out stealing Rankin to Rogers. R. Reynolds hit to Meadow, who attempted to get Chas. Reynolds at the plate, but threw the ball in the dirt and the runners were safe all around. Jon akin then singled to left, R. Rey nolds stopping at second. W. D. Fry hit a line drive, to left field that took a had bounce and went tor a triplet, scoring R. Reynolds and Jonakin. Meadow let Hawes' grounder go through him, W. D. Fry scoring. Rogers then fumbled Massey's grounder, Hawes stopping at second. Woosley forced Massey at second, Hawes going to third. When Ran kin pretended he was going to throw to second to 'get Woosley Hawea started home and got in a chase and was out, Rankin to Johnson to Mead ow to Rankin. The Christians threat ened in the ninth, but could not score as Neely and Johnson could not connect with the ball, thereby leav ing Rogers and Rankin on third and second. Palmer started the ninth by grounding out. Rogers then double.l to right and went to third on a wild pitch. Rankin walked, Neely fanne-1 and the best Johnson could do was to hit an easy grounder to third. Methodists AB R H PO A R.C. Reynolds, ss 5 1 Jonakin, c. ... 4 W. D. Fry, lb. . Hawes, cf Massey, 3 b Woosley, If ... . B. Fry, p C. Reynolds, 2b. Keiser, rf 2 4 14 1 2 0 2 2 0 EWTI" TTJl) 1Y2 MIL) Our new Fall Goods are coming: in daily in large quantities from all parts of the United States direct to us from the mills that make them. Now in order to make room for this immense stock and to raise money ta ence these Low Prices Effective Friday vj Goods Specials Ginghams Apron and Dress Mill ends, 10 to 20 yards in a piece, assorted, light and medium dark fancy fall patterns, checks and plaids, 1 5c to 1 8c val ues 3000 yards to select from, fn Choice per ydj 1 W Ancona Percale, per yd. 10c Prints, mill ends, yer yd.. . 5c One lot Men's Fancy Shirts, worth 2.50 Qftn each. Close out . VOL- One lot Mens Pongee Shirts, worth $3.00, C sizes 16, 16i, 1 7 only, close out .tJ One lot Men's Pongee Shirts, all sizes, collars attached, close out. - rocery specials Bananas, per doz. . 1 5c Lemons, nice large, per doz. 23c Potatoes, large white, per pound . 3c, Cheese, full cream, pound 26c Cabbage, large fine heads, pound -3j4 c Corn Standard Sugar Corn, can 10c Sugar, Pure Cane, 13 lbs. for ..$1.00 FLOUR Plain, Best, 24-lb. sack... t."$ .90 or Selfrising, Patent, 48-lb. sack 1.75 Overalls, Men's blue denim, 220 weight, extra well made, per pair ' 88c $1.19 Bargains; Bargains. Hundreds of bargains all over our house. Shoes hew Shoes arriving' every day. Better than , ever, cheaper than ever. Come and see for your self. Our motto: Large sales and small profits. , COFFEE Rio, 25c grade, special per pound. 20c Peaberry, 30c grade, special per pound 25c Maxwell House, 3-pound can special $1.15 Golden Dip, 1 -lb. can 35c, S-lb. can 1 .00 MEAT AND LARD Dry salt butts for boiling, per pound . 1 2c Dry salt sides, per pound 1 7c Bacon sides, per pound . 1 9c Sugar strips, per pound 23c Hams, about 10 pounds, per pound 27c Lard, pure white leaf, per lb. 1 6c; 5-lb. bucket 88c Lard, pure white leaf, 10 pound bucket. $1.75 Lard, pure white leaf, 50 pound stand. 7.25 SUGAR " 1 00 pounds pure cane granulated for . $7.75 25 pound bag Domino for 1.98 10 pound bag Domino for . ; 82c BETTER STICK TO THE Cash Grocery Company The House that Undersells them all. Rogers, Rankin, W. D. Fry. Stol en bases:; Carman, Meadow. Double plays: Johnson to Neely; Johnson to Rogers to Neely; Palmer to Rogers to Neely; R. C. Reynolds to W. D. Fry. Left on bases: Methodists 5; Christians 9. Struck out by John son, 2; by Fry, 6. Base on balls: 0:T Fry, 4. Balk, Fry. Wild pitch, Fry. Umpires: Williams, Maxwell. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. Notice to Class. Miss Rose Sullivan, teacher of pi ano, announces opening of studio, 620 Main street, Monday, September 4. Phone 498. 22-2t We Want a Change. If tbs is normalcy, somebody ought to start a back-to-abnormalcy movement.- Nashville Tennessean. Total 37 7 Christians AB R" Rogers, 2b 4 2 Rankin, c 4 Neely, lb... Johnson, p.. Carman, cf . . Meadow, 3b. Roper, If . Tanner, rf . . Palmer, ss.. 12 27 18 H PO A 2 8 4 4 10 1 1 2 0 0 1 4 0 6 0 2 0 0 2 Total 36 5 9 27 18 C 12345678 9 Methodists 02000014 0 7 Chritsians 21000110 0 5 Summary: Two-base hits Rogers, Johnson, Massey, 2. Three-base hit- " New hats of the very late mod els and conceits are to be seen with the new arrivals of millinery at Mrs. Arnn's. A very fine boy was born in tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Luther D Neely at Troy on the 27th ult. 'This makes four boys and four girls, and pa is not yet forty. Miss Ruth May's guests from Wa- verly have returned home after a very enjoyable week. Miss Hester Moore entertained on Thursday evening in honor of Miss Ruth May's guests of the week from Waverly. , Mis Ruth May's guests from Wa verly enjoyed an outing at Reelfoot Lake last Wednesday. Miss Ruth May delightfully enter tained at her home on South Ury street last Wednesday night with a party for her guests from Waverly. Those present were: Misses Betty Lee Daniel and Hilda Luff, of Waverly; Hazel Nichols. Hester Moore, Vir ginia Chiles, Rubye Dunagan, Iv7 Deen and Miss .Beulah May, from Hurricane; Messrs. Lee Howell and Isaac May, of Waverly; Herald May. of Lobeville; .Marvin Owens, Hugo Allmond and Charlie Quillen. A very enjoyable evening was reported. Barbecue and ice cream supper at Bethlehem Church, two and one-haif miles 'northeast of Union City Tues day night, September 5, 1922, by Ladies Aid. Everybody come and have a good time. . Demonstration week at Wen man's. The Great Majestic Rang.3 at reduced price and a $15.00 set of Solid Copper Vessels with each range sold. Come in and let us show you Marshall' Garth left Tuesday for Pittsburgh, Pa., to enter the service of the Weetinghouse Electric Corpo ration in the branch of the plant where men are trained for technical work. Mr. Joe L. Norton and family, of Pine Bluff, Ark., were here this week as motor tourists, returning from a trip north.' Mr Norton is proprietor of the Norton Printing Co., Pine Bluff, Ark. We deliver to any part of the city ICE . CREAM packed in Ice. Quart, 50c; half gallon, 85c; one gallon, $1.50. Crystal Ice Cream Co., Phone 32. E. G. Pardue, Mgr. Miss Brownie Dickson, of Atlanta, Ga., is a visitor at home in Union City with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Dickson and Miss Thelma Dick son is expected to join next week in the homecoming. Miss Ruth May had as her guests for the past week Misses Betty Lee Daniel and Hilda Luff, Messrs. Isaac May and Lee Howell, who motored thru from Waverly. How about coal this winter? Solve the problem with a Red Star Coal Oil Gas Range, the best oil stove and the cheapest. Let us dem onstrate this wonderful stove to you. Wehnian's. ' Hon. Porter Dunlap, of Hunting don, was a visitor here last week iu the interest of the Democratic ticket. Mr. Dunlap is nominee for Railroad Commissioner and a mighty fine man, He wants the ladies and -others to pay their tax and get ready to vote Mr. R. H. Rust and Special Sheriff Harris wenl over to Hickman Wed nesday to look after some legal mat ters. Two parties had been arrested in connection with a Ford car deal, and arrangements were completed to have them come here and settle some Questions in Circuit Court. Save money by spending your money where it goes farthest and re deeming the cash tickets and silver ware coupons given with every pur chase. We solicit your business on Price, Quality and Service at Weh- man's. Mrs. C. H. Sherrill and daughter, Miss Ruth, of New Orleans, are spending a few days' here visiting their many old-time friends, with headquarters at the home of Mrs Sherrill's aunt, Mrs. H. L? Park, west of the city. They have been at Chi cago for some weeks visiting friends and took advantage of the opportu nity to enjoy a short stay in their old home town. Mrs. Geo. A. Gibbs, Jr., is expect ing a visit next week from her sis ter, Mrs, Ward Moorehouse, , of New York City. ' Mr. and Mr3. Geo. Gibbs, Mrs. Chaa W. Miles, Jr., and Mrs. Pratt Jennings motored to Tiptonville' yes terday. Mr. C. V. Andrews yesterday1' sold to Mr. L .S. Parks a new model 1923 Cadillac touring car. It is a beauty, the best perhaps this well known fac tory has ever produced. One of the prettiest "social events of the week was the entertainment Saturday given by Miss Mary Howard Turner at her home on Fourth street in honor of Miss Annie Rainey,-of New Orleans. A large number of the young society set were present and the occasion was thoroughly en joyed. The many friends of Miss Virginia Steele, niece of Mrs. A. L. Brevard, will be glad to hear that after at tending the kindergarten depart-) ment of the Beechwood School, Phil adelphia, Pa., received a wire this week from the president of this col lege, urging her to return to take charge of his own children for this work. Quite a compliment this is. coming from the president of the college, whose kindergarten depart ment is considered the best in the United States. WANTED To trade 80-acre black sand farm for Union City property. Apply this office. 23-2t For Ice or Coal call 150. l4