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If you want to Sell or Store, come in to see us.
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The Commercial, Union City, Tenn.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1922.
W. II. FORRESTER
CAFE and
RESTAURANT
Candy, Soft Drinks,
Cigars, Tobacco and
Everything Good to
Where Qyality and Prices Meet
Blockton
Alabama
Bon Air
Cumberland
Block
itizens Ice
an
Phone 150
THE MILLING HOSPITAL
SEVENTH YEAR
A Modern Surgical Intitutjon.
Competent Trained Nurses
DR. W. A. NAILLING Chief Surgeon
Union City, Tenn. Both Phones 41.
Cumberland 461
County 262 . . .
Telephones:
Dr. C. E. Upchurch
DENTIST
Over Mrs. Aran's Millinery Store
Union City, : : : Tenn.
A Small Farm for Sale
Three and one-half miles northeast
of Union City. Contains 78 acres and
a fraction. Has good dwelling with
six rooms, 2 fine barns, silo, other out
houses, a aplendid well, a wind mill,
etc., 70 acres tillable land, 45 acres in
orn and 25 acres in lespedeza and
red top this year. Terms will be made
eary to the right x an. ll-3m
FELIX W. MOORE.
COAL
Coal Co.
S3H
LOCAL AND PEESOKAL.
Mr. and Mrs. B. King were Sunday
Tisitors in Kenton.
Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Upchurch were
week-end visitors in Obion.
For Ice or Coal call 150.
C. K. Lowrance, of Memphis, was
a Sunday visitor in the city.
Mr. H. M. Finley, of Humboldt,
was here a short time Monday.
Mr. Dave Wall, of the vicinity of
Clayton, was a Saturday visitor.
Miss Georgia Jordan, of Crystal,
was a Saturday visitor in the city.
Kirklandize Your Feet, Men and
Boys.
Miss Martha Caldwell is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Paul Croft, in Dyers
burg. Mrs. Belle Scott, of Helena, Ark.,
is here for a visit to relatives and
friends.
Go to Corum's for fresh bread
and cakes.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Walton have
returned from a visit to Kingston
Springs.
Mrs. Charles Ramer, of Jackson,
was a guests this week of her sister,
Mrs. B. King.
Did you know that the Central
Filling Station sold tires?
Mr. Charley Talley, Jr., who h
been located in Mississippi, ia here
for a vacation visit.
A. 'Gordon Mullen, commercial
teacher in the City Schools, is here
to begin his work Sept. 4.
See Mrs. Arnn's new hats.
Mr. Hal Semones, who has been at
Waverville, N. C, for a vacation vis
it, arrived at home Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Croft, of Dyers -
burg, were Sunday' visitors in the
home of Mrs. D. J. Caldwell.
Rub-My-Tisn?., an antiseptic.
Miss Evelvn Holland, of Albany,
Ala.-, left this week returning home
after a visit to Mrs. Rose Misner.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Glover, of
near Woodland, came over Friday
and spent the day visiting relatives
here.
Mrs. J. W. Farris, of Caruthers
ville, Mo., is a visitor in the home
of her daughter, Mrs. L! A. Smith, at
Troy.
. Go to Corum's for fresh candies
of all kinds.
H. F. Anderson, L. A. Smith, Jas.
W. Pressly and C. P. Wilson, of Troy,
were here Monday as business vis
itors. Mr.and Mrs. Poindexter have re
turned to Meridian, Miss., after an
extended visit to Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
Smith.
Did you know that the Central
Filling Station 6old tires?
Mr. L. O. Caldwell, of East Prairie,
Mo., was here on his annual visit to
relatives and friends in the county
this week.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Howard and
children were visitors last Tuesday
at Reelfoot Lake for a days outing
and picnic.
Are you losing hogs? Lion's
Hog Remedy and Dip cures every hog.
Buy it at Wehman's.
Mr. Earl Heppner left this week
for Murray, Ky., to visit his father
Mr. Pete Heppner, who has a tailor
ing business at that place.
Rub-My-Tism for Rheumatism.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schmidt, of
Memphis, were here last week visit
ing In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mar
tin Schmidt, West Church street.
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JF YOU NEED SACKS
WE HAVE THEM FOR YOU
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Miss Hattye Mai Howard, who has
been enjoying a week's visit with
her sister, Mrs. J. W, Cherry, in Un
ion City, has returned to Clayton.
Kirklandize Your Feet, Men and
Boys.
Miss Tennie Reed, cashier for the
Cumberland Telephone and tele
graph Company, is enjoying a two
weeks vacation at Dawson Springs,
Ky.
Mr. and Mrs. Asa Elks are again
located in Number Three after a few
months residence in Union City. Mr.
Elks had to return to look after his
farm.
666 cures Malarial Fever.
Mr .and Mrs. Giovanni Sperandeo
and mother, of St. . Louis, are here,
the former to take up his work as
language teacher when the City
Schools open Sept. 4.
Mr. M. A. Kaufman leaves Monday
for St. Louis and the eastern mar
kets to select a fall line of goods for
his store in the city. He will be ab
sent about ten days.
Mrs. Chas. Richardson and Mrs.
J. M. Richardson and children, of
Caruthersville, Mo., are here for a
visit to relatives and friends in the
vicinity of Union City.
Wm Henry Heppner, son of Me.
and Mrs. Chas. Heppner, has returned
from a summer visit to relatives and
friends in Middle Tennessee. He wa3
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Nix.
Mrs. Ola Weaks and son, Darrel,
after a vacation visit to relatives and
friends in the vicinity of Union City,
are returning to Robertson Cqiinty
where Mrs. Weaks is teaching in the
Barren Plains High School.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Scott have re
turned from Louisville, where Mr.
Scott vas taken for surgical treat
ment. The many friends here will
be glad to know that he is now able
to be up and around the house.
Kirklandize Your Feet, Men and
Boys.
Mr. Luscomb, of Dyersburg, who
has. been a visitor for some time In
Union City, was formerly a resident
of Troy manufacturing and shipping
cooperage material and products.
He is a well known citizen and busi
ness man of Dyersburg.
Go to Corum's for fresh candies
of all kinds.
Elder T. M. Carney, who has been
holding a meeting at Fremont, was
here this week for a few days visit.
Elder Carney is now located at San
Angelo, Texas. He was formerly
pastor of the Exchange Street Church
of Christ in Union City.
666 cures Chills and Fever.
Mrs. Annie Bullion, Mr. Leslie
Bashring, Miss Erma Bashring and
Mrs. Bullifln's niece, of Brownsville,
were in the city last week as motor
tourists and visitors, returning by
the way of Troy, where Mrs. Bul
lifin as Miss Annie Hildebrant for
merly resided.
Go to C. H. Corum for fresh
bread and cokes.
Mr. Fred Dahnke, who has been
stationed for the summer at Camp
McClennan, Anniston, Ala., is here
to visit his mother, Mrs. Fred
Dahnke. Cadet Henry Dahnke, who
was here from West Point Militar
Academy to visit his mother, left last
week after vacation returning to
school. Mr. Fred Dahnke was in the
University of Tennessee last year.
Demonstration week at Weh
man's. The Great Majestic Range
at reduced price and a $15.00 set of
Solid CoDoer Vessels with, each ranee
sold. Come in and let us show you.
Yotleip
COMPANY,
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Dr. E. S. Baker, pastor of the
First Christian Church, left this week
for Winona Lake, where he is at
tending the Bible Conference and
National Convention of the Church
of Christ. Dr. Baker is just out of
a meeting at Amory, Miss., with twenty-three
conversions. He held one
before that at Bellevue, Tenn., near
Nashville.
Did ybu know that the Central
Filling Station sold tires?
Bought Cotton Gin.
. The cotton gin in Union City, for
some years the property of the Lake
County Manufacturing Co., vis now
owned by Bratton and Hamner, of
Dyersburg, the transfer being made
last week. Mr. Siler will be the local
manager of the gin, and he will be
ready for business in a short time.
Mr. Siler has been located at Hick
man and we are glad to have him
with us.
SPECIAL! Electric light globes,
25c. Long life, less current, the
best and cheapest globes at. Weh
man's. Bought Insurance Business.
Mr. Howell A. Bransford, former
Union City jeweler, has bought
the insurance agencies and interests
of W. E. Jackson Company, and will
be located in the office with the Pos
tal Telegraph Co. He is in the right,
line and no doubt will enjoy a fine
patronage. '
Picnic at Yellowstone.
The neighbors and friends are giv
ing a barbecue and picnic at Yel
lowstone Park to-day, and the pros
pects are that there will be large at
tendance? numbers going out from
town.
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.
DIXIE NEWS.
Mr. Hervie James entered school
Monday, making an enrollment of
32 high school pupils.
Misses Velma Edwards and Lovie
Williams are still absent.
At the present time there is an
enrollment of 143.
Miss Gennette Pepper has not re
turned to school.
A splendid program will be ready
for presentation next Friday, Septem
ber 1, beginning about 2:30 or 3:00
o'clock. Everybody invited.
Marriage Licenses.
Mike Pool and Miss Edith Ham-
blin.
Bonnie' Frizzell and Annice
Vaughn.
Geo. R. Rumage and Bertha Mor
gan.
Hillman Ivie and Thelma Cotton.
O. B. Manlev and Miss Fannin Lf
McDearman.
Frank Heflin and Estel Passmore.
Geo. M. McDaniel and Miss Phoebe
Frank.
Jesse Wright and Miss Pauline
Yates.
William Allen and Vyda Mahan.
1 Jas. A. Thompson and E. Nunelly.
COLORED.
Dell Jones and Nora Manley.
How about coal this winter?
Solve the problem with a Red Star
Coal Oil Gas Range, the best oil
stove and he cheapest. Let us dem
onstrate this wonderful stove to you.
Wehman's.
Bro'dy
SPECIALS
For Saturday and First londay
Ladies' soft sole House Slippers,
all colors, per pair. .... .. ... . . . .". . . . 98c
Ladies' long sleeve Voile Waists,
each........ . 75c
Ladies' Handkerchiefs, 3 for ... 10c
8-4 Unbleached Sheeting, per yd.?.. 33c
Table Oil Cloth, per yd. ................. 29c
Table Linen, 75c value, per yd. ......45c
Unbleached Domestic, 40-in. wide... 12sC
Men's dress Shirts, collars attached .. 69c
One lot Men's dress Shirts, $1.00
values, each;... ..... .. 59c
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Cut Fr ice Store
Union City, i - - Tennessee
Have just received car Lime, common
Brick, Press Brick, Metal Lathe and all
kinds materials for Brick and Concrete.
. Have big stock of solid Pillar
Blocks, all sizes, on hand.
Have about 20 nice gilts from 100 to
220 lbs., Hampshire, full blood.
T. L Bransford Sons
Phone
Harpole-Walker Furniture Company
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
WHITESELL HARPOLE J. L. RANSON. JR.
354 AND 216-3 RINGS
OFFICE
UNION CITY, TENN.
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PHONE 99
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