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Established Insurance Agency for 25 years. We can supply your Insurance needs. BOTH PHONES Union City, Term. The Commercial, Union City, Tenn. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1922. CLASSIFIED ADS "WANTED A baby carriage. Phone 29. FOR SALE Good six-cap steel range in good condition. ' 27-lt , SAM'L D. WOOSLEY. FOR SALE Pianos, Player Pi anos, Phonograph. Easy Terms. A. N. DICKSON. Phone 101. 244t FOR SALE Modern bungalow. Furnace heated. Large lot. . Fruit. Terms, $1000 down; balance at six per cent. Isaac Stephens. 26-4t WANTED A position as office help or clerk. Experience. Address w th R clo The Commercial, Union fWw Tenn. 27-2tpd vij, FOR SALE One-half interest in t cat TUdsrolv. Tenn. A live cafe, in a live town, at a real bar gain, cash or terms, wruo or Be n. Priri Hiffh School. 26-2t vnn s AT.Pl OR RENT My -old home on North Division street. Large corner lot in desirable part of town. Vknno afii-W , 27-tf MRS. AUGUSTA MORTON. dtoa nprvwRRS. NOTICE Mr. Farmer, pick your peas early and neighbors. I want to start early. Be sure to do this" so I won't miss you J. G. COVINGTON. R. F. D. 6. Union City. 26-3tp FOR SALE 200 head of cattle; 2 small herds of registered Here- fords and Shorthorns, balance, grades of each breed. Address T. B. Kelten, Ripley, Tenn. 27-4tpd WILL EXCHANGE first-class piano for a good second-hand Dodge car. AddIv to J. W. Bell, Union City, Tonn Phnne 470-W. 27-lt WANTED 3P0 bushels tomatoes, prf(n and half ripe. Must be nice. Will pay 60 cents per bushel deliv ered at my house. Phone 302-J. 27-2tpd J. B. AKIN. FOR SALE Plantation, 640 acres; nice home; big barn; tenant houses; fine stock or general farm CHEAP. High school town. THAD WAY, owner, Thomaston, Marengo County, Alabama. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. FOR SALE My home, located on Taot TT.vr.hanire street. Six rooms bath and all modern conveniences. Corner lot 80x113 V2 feet. Good ga rage. Cash or terms. See R. H. Rust. 27-tf LOST An old-fashioned gold pin, set in jet and pearls, with three little gold pennants. Reward of $5 will be given for recovery of pin in good con dition. Mrs. John D. Palmer, R. F. D. No. 2, Union City, or The Com mercial office. 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 .splendid well, a wind mill, etc., 70 acres tillable land, 45 acres in corn and 25 acres in lespedeza and red top this year. Terms will be made easy to the right e an. ll-3m FELIX W. MOORE. Notice of Lost Policies. Finders or holders of fire insurance policies Nos. 2851152 to 2851200 and Nns 70351 to 70400. and tor nado insurance policies Nos. 2797051J . nnn n n r . . a U XT 1 Dtvnli TnJ 10 zisfuio ui me nvim ivici in surance Company of New York, N. Y., are hereby notified that tho said pol icies are cancelled, null and void, and that tho said North River In surance Company disclaims all liabil ity for loss or damage by fire, tor ando, or unearned premium on caid policies, the Laid policies having been lost, mislaid or destroyed and were not duly issued or countersigned by tho said company's authorized agent. Any holder of said policies will kind ly return same to W. L. Nelson & O mpany, Memphis, Tenn. 26-3t TO LOAN. Money on Diamonds. Parties desiring to obtain loans on diamonds communicate with the ad dress below." All transactions and communications absolutely confidential. Address Box 325, Union Tenn. City, 27-4t Perfectly delicious, deliciously perfect CRYSTAL ICE CREAM. Phone 32. We deliver. For Ice or Coal call 150. Mrs. A. S. Glisson is quite ill. Rub-My-Tisn?., an antiseptic. Mrs. J. Edwards, of Gleason, was a Tuesday shopper. Mr. John Scott left this week to locate in Memphis. Mrs. W. P. Ellington, of Hornbeak, was a Monday shopper. Miss Selma Bowden visited rela tives in McKenzie Sunday. 666 cures Chills and Fever. Mrs. Paschall Ellington, of Horn beak, was a shopper Monday. . Mrs. Chester Bondurant, of Hick man, was a Tuesday shopper. Rub-My-Tism for Rheumatism Mr. F. B. Herndon, of Dyersburg, was a business visitor Tuesday. Mrs. K. A. Mitchell, of Hickman was a shopper here Wednesday. v 666 quickly relieves a cold Mr. A. B. Campbell has returned from a business trip to Memphis, Mrs. Perry Greene and daughter, of Troy, were Monday shoppers. 666 cures Malarial Fever. Mesdames F. Moore and J. Hilliard, of Obion, were Wednesday visitors. Mr. R. E. White is at Dyersburg looking after some business matters. For Ice or Coal call 150. Mrs. Florence Cheatham is in Memphis for a visit of several weeks. Dr. and Mrs. Stuart, of Martin, were visitors in Union City Wednes day. 666 cures Dengue Fevei Mr. Sam Finch and daughter, La verne, of Kenton, were Monday shop pers. Mrs. John Wright and sister, Ce cile, of Hickman, were Tuesday shop pers. Misses Jess and Jim Hurt, of Mar tin, were here Saturday visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Cherry, of Pro temus, were in the city yesterday shopping. To prevent a cold, take 666. Mrs. John Scott has returned from a visit to relatives and friends in Memphis. Mr. Raymond Headden and sister, Lucile, of Trimble, were Monday shoppers. Wallace Reid Saturday at Jim mie's Playhouse. Miss Maude "Nowlin, of" Kenton, was a visitor last week with relatives in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Thompson, of Trimble, werevis itors in the city Wednesday. Kirklandize Your Feet, Men and Boys. v Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Mahon ,of Troy, were visitors in Union City Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Averitt are in Memphis this week attending the Tri-State Fair. Go to Corum's for fresh candies of all kinds. Mr. Chester Caldwell is now asso ciated with the Farmers Exchange Bank as. clerk. Mr. Edward Brown, of Atlanta, is here for a short time visiting rela tives and friend3. Did you know that the Central Filling Station sold tires? Miss Roberta Marshall was a vis itor last week with her sister, Mrs. Teague, at Ridgely. Mrs. E. D. Johnson and Mrs. E. M. Stone, of Hickman, were in the city Wednesday shopping. Did you know that the Central Filling Station soli tires? Mr. Sam Bowden, of Mobile, Ala., was a visitor Sunday with his par ents on South Ury street. v . Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Adams left this week for Illinois to visit their daugh ter, Mrs. Sudie Anderson. Did you know that the Central Filling Station sold tires? Mr. Elihu Long, of Memphis, was here this week visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Long. Mesdames A. W. Fowler, A. W. Mc- Clellan and J. F. McClellan, of Cayce, were Wednesday shoppers. Go to C. H. Coruai for fresh bread and coke3. Editor D. A. Burkhalter, of the McKenzie Banner, was a business visitor in the city Monday. Mrs. Delia Montgomery and Miss Maude Nowlin, of Kenton, were vis itors in Union City Sunday. Wallace Reid Saturday at Jim mie's Playhouse. Mrs. C. W. Miles has returned from a pleasant visit at the home of her son, Geo. S. Miles, at Memphis. Mrs.- M. E. Anderson and grand daughter, Miss Leo Park, leave to day for Chicago to visit relatives. " Go to Corum's for fresh bread and cakes. Mesdames C. B. Bowden and F. Coulter, Of Martin, were the guests this week tof Mrs. J. W. Woodard. f. Mesdames R. A. Brady, Don Tay lor and Phillips, of Fulton, were here Monday as visitors and shoppers. Miss Ruth Reed and Mrs. Rose Misner are Memphis visitors this week attending the Tri-State Fair. Fresh oysters now at J. C. Bur- dick's. Phone 185. Mr. D. J. Harold Caldwell left this week for Vanderbilt University to re sume" his studies in the law depart ment. The only person who never makes a mistake is the one who never tries to do anything. Mrs. J. A. Mitchell and little son, J. A., Jr., were visitors this ween with Mrs. Bessie Wear at Maple Slope. Mrs. Geo. Wharton and Miss Frankie Wharton, of Martin, were in the city this week as visitors and shoppers. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Whitson and daughter, Carolyn, and Miss Nellie Fields, of Trimble, were in the city Saturday shopping. Are you paying too much for merchandise? Get price at Brody Bros. Low Price Store. In his rounds over the county, our good friend W. S. Long .reports very good cropss. He was in the vicinity of Harris last week. Mrs. Guy Fonvillo, after a visit to her-mother, Mrs. Fannie Driskill, in the city, has returned to her home in Bowling Green, Ky. - Mr. Thos. Bransford has returned to Vanderbilt University for his sec ond or sophomore year in Vanderbilt, engineering department. Relatives of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Mahan, of Cottage Grove, Tenn., learn of the arrival of a fine boy they have named James Murray. Perfectly delicious, deliciously perfect Crystal Ice Cream. Phone 32. We deliver. Relatives of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Mahan, of Cottage Grove, Tenn., learn of the arrival of a fine boy they have named James Murray. Mesdames Arthur, Guy and Ben Hale and Mrs. Henry Savage, of Hickman, were here Tuesday as vis itors in the shopping center. Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Williams, of Memphis, have returned home after a visit with Dr. Williams' parents, Mr. and Mrs, E. E. Williams. Mrs. W. F. Bilstein, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. T. W Brown, in Union City, has returned to her home in Vernon, Texas. Mr. Harry E. Dodd has returned to Nashville, after a two-weeks visit with his family in the home of Mrs. Dodd's mother, Mrs. D. J. Caldwell Go to Corum's for fresh candies of all kinds. Dr. and Mrs. M. A. Blantoij. and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Miles, Jr., are at Memphis this week visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hughes Miss Erma Oldham, of Ripley, a well known musician, is now organ ist at Jimmie's Playhouse and the audiences are enjoying her musical programs. , The friends of Mr. Pierce Pardue are glad to learn that he is out again after an attack of influenza at Mont gomery, Ala. He was in the hospital for ten days. Mrs. St. John Waddell, Memphis, Mrs. Seid Waddell and Mrs. R. F. Tisdale went to Springfield, Tenn., this week to attend the. State W. C. T. U. convention. Wallace Reid Saturday at Jim mie's Playhouse. Mrs. Ruth Witt, who has been vis iting her sister," Mrs. John Baird, left Tuesday for Humboldt for a short stay before returning to her home at Montgomery, Ala. Mrs. Fannie Reeves, Miss Allie May Reeves and Mr. Frank L. Red ditt were entertained as visitors at Obion by Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Redditt at 6 o'clock dinner last Friday. 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 Mary Swiggart, superinten dent of th Red Cross work at John son City, Tenn., leaves this week af ter a visit to Judge and Mrs. Swig gart returning to Johnson City. Mr. and Mre. Geo. M. Kerr, of 318 North First street, expect to leave in their car for Florida about October 10. Mr. Kerr is thoroughly familiar with Florida conditions and would be glad to talk with you on the sub ject if you are interested. Automobile 0 wiiers We Sell Better Tires and Tubes for LESS MONEY 30x3 over size, 5-ply, non-skid fabric, QS fully guaranteed, each yHJ JJ 30x32 over size, 5-ply, non-skid fabric, (ft? Q8 fully guaranteed, each r ' Best cord tires, 30x3 or 3x4 $10.00 Best Grey Tubes 30x3, each I. $1.25 30x3, each $1.35 sh Grocery Co. UNION CITY, TENN. " - - : Wallace Reid Saturday at Jim mie's Playhouse. The Union City High School foot ball team goes to Fulton Friday (to day) to battle South Fulton. We need support. Everybody turn out and help the home team win its first game. Mr. Gerald Caldwell, who has been spending the summer in Battle Creek, Mich., left there this week, and after visiting a few points of interest, will again be a student at Vanderbilt Uni versity. Mothers of . Obion County are urged to bring their babies to the City Park Saturday, Oct. 7, 1922, at 9:30 a.m. and enter them in the baby parade. Mrs. Joe Prieto and Mrs. J. C. McRee in charge of the babies. n-H Mrs. Hoggs, of San Angelo, Texas, is in the city with her father, W. R. Moore, and together they are visit ing the many relatives and friends. On Wednesday evening they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. 'Burdick, Jr., and on Thursday they were with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Joyner for din ner. Mrs. John Roberts and Miss Rob erts, of the vicinity of Fremont, were in the city Wednesday shopping. Misses Louise and Docia, Saunders left Wednesday for Oklahoma City to enter school. They were accompanied to St. Louis by Miss Saunders' broth er and Miss Sara Flanary. 666 cures Ch'lls and Fever. Mr. Arthur Hamilton, who has been with the Union City Lumber Co. for a number of years, has been employed o take the management of Standard Oil Co. local station in Union City. He succeeds Mr. Joe Davis, who is being transferred. Mr. Chas. Talley will take the place of Mr. Hamilton with the Union City Lumber Co. The changes are all very important to the respective in terests and good men they are in their places. Mr. A. M. Humphrey of Milan, is in the city this week. He is Field Superintendent for the Franklin Life Insurance Co. He will be associated with Mr. R. E. White, the local rep resent? tive, with headquarters in this city. They will be quartered in the Wehman building, second floor, where they have splendid office rooms. Mr. Humphrey expects to move his family to this city at an early date and make Union City his future home. Wallace Reid Saturday at Jim mie's Playhouse. W. R- (Professor B.) Moore, of San Angelo, Texas, is in the city this week mingling with old-time friends. Mr. Moore was some years ago prin cipal of the Union City Training School. He was in his young manhood a teacher at Glass and some of the best men we have in the county were his pupils. He is a graduate of Amer can and German universities and a man of fine ability and attainments and was known as one of the best educators of the county in his or any other day. RICHARD HUDHUT THREE FLOWERS TWIN COMPACT (Sold Oinished) OheJcttest Creation of Kicftard'Hudnut Contain mq 7,.,; rnn,nrl " Jwin Compact (lZZ7) QUANTITY OF "ROUGE Smart 3reshening-u !Pacltet for'Diatid Sag 5paTkling Ornament to the )ressing Dabl (Re-fillers may be obtained) II. . V. V - W II l jjjj '""'"",'"0 Compact (closed) Tfe" OLIVER'S DRUG STORE ..... . .- v The last day I make sittings in Union City will be Monday, Oct. 2. Back (D. V.) next summer. SOUTHWORTH, - Photographer. Over Burchard's Drug Store. Healtk Comfort Economy Safeguard trie Health of your family keep your home always warm and cosy with OXE'C ORIGINAL HOT BLAST HEATER Gives even steady heat day and night. Guaranteed to hold fire 36 hours, and will biim any fuel. Remember, this is the Original Hot Blast heater- guaranteed to save one-trurd your juei. t nere are many imitations, out oruy one v-vic Original Hot Blast 112 Come in today while our $tock h complete. Frank C. Wehman Union City, Tenn. Miss Grace Owens left last week for Murfreesboro to attend Normal College! Mrs. M. D. Smtih and Mrs. Bal dridge, of Rives, were in the city yesterday shopping. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Fuqua are en tertaining: their first-born, a daugh ter, to be named Dorothy Elizabeth. Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Quails, Mrs. Granville Sanders, Mrs. Henry Hass ler and Mrs. J. V. Verhine were mo tor visitors in Paducah Wednesday. Messrs. Whitesell Harpole and J. L. Ranson, Jr., went to Nashville Wednesday for the funeral and burial of Mr. Ranson's father, v.hith tjok place yesterday at McEwen.