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NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
First one-half of City Taxes for 1 922 are due now and will be come delinquent after Oct. 15th. W. D. REISER, Recorder. Ihe CommerciaV Union City Tenn. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1922. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. CLASSIFIED ADS WANTED Rooms for light house keeping. Phone 82. 29-2tpd WANTED Sales representative to sell our guaranteed oils and paints. A great opportunity and profitable position for the right party. Empire Oil Co.. ClevelandOhio. 29-ltpd WANTED 200 ' cords two-foot split wood to be,usd in the furnace Call us up or see Mr. J. G. Saunders. Reynolds Packine Company. 28-4 FOR SALE Modern bungalow Furnace heated. Large lot. Fruit Terms, $1000 down; balance at six ner cent. Isaac Stephens. 26-4t ). PEA GROWERS, NOTICE Mr. Farmer, pick your peas early and meighbors'. I wa:it to start early Be swre 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 FOR SALE Placation, 640 acres; nice home; big barn; tenant house!; fine stock or general farm CHEAP High school town. THAD WAY owner, Thomaston, Marengo County Alabama. FOR SALE My home, located on Bast Exchange street. Six rooms bath and all modern conveniences Corner lot 80x113 feet. Good ga rage. Cash or terms. ' See R. H Rust. 27-tf FOR SALE Notice to hunters campers, contractors: We have for sale one water-proof, Aquatite tent, 14x20 with sod cloth; one 12x14 12 z. army duck tent; one 14x20 water proof fly. All used only 20 days. Cheap for cash. Call Q. H. Dahnke, 28-2t. A Small Farm f or Sale Three and one-half miles northeast f 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 made easv to the right h an. ll-3m FELIX W. MOORE. TO DAISY MURCHISON. WILL MUR CHISON AND ELMER MURCHISON . Whereas, in a cause in our Chan cery Court at Union City, Tenn., now pending and undetermined, between W. W. Tennell, Complainant, and Mrs. C. F. Nagle et als., Respondents, it was, at the October Term of said Court, 1922, suggested and proven to be true, that C. A. Murchison is dead, and it being suggested that Daisy Murchison is his widow, and that Will Murchison and Elmer Mur chison are his only children and heirs at law; and it further appearing that said Daisy Murchison, Will Murchi Bon and Elmer Murchison are non residents of the State of Tennessee, so that scire facias cannot be served upon them. The said Daisy Murchi son, Will Murchison and Elmer Mur chison are therefore ordered to appear before the Clerk and Mas ter of th Chancery Court, on or be fore the 3rd Monday of November, 1922, that being a regular rule day of said Court, and show cause, if any they have, why said cause shall not be revived against them as such wid ow and heirs at law aforesaid. It is further ordered that publication of this notice be made for four consec utive weeks in Tho Commercial, a weekly newspaper published in Obion County, Tenn. This Oct. 11th, 1922. 29-4t GEO. A. GIBBS, i Clerk & Master. J. A. Whipple, Sol, for Complt. Style Show. ' Union City's first Style Show will be held two nights starting Monday, Oct., 16 and 17. The Reynolds Theatre will hold the first Style Show and Merchauta Review ever held at Union City. ' All Union City girls will act as models. $30,000.00 in the newest, novelties will be shown on the electric runaway. In connection with the style show a special picture, Vera Gordon in ''Your Best Friend," will be shown. , For ice and coal call 150. J. T. Chiles has returned from a visit to Obion. Mr. C. W. Fowler, of Fulton, was a business visitor here last week. Miss Lilla Agnew is visiting in Memphis this week. Mrs. R. A. Napier has returned from Monteagle. ' Mr. W. Fulton Moffett, of Mem phis, is at home for a short stay. Mr. Henry Werner, of St. Louis, was in the city Wednesday. Miss Florence Botts, of Rives, was visiting in Union City Tuesday. A. B. Campbell has returned from a business trip to. Memphis. Miss Lillie Bragg, of Dresden, was shopping hero Wednesday. Mr. G. B. White made a business trip to Nashville the first of the week. Mr. Geo. W. Evans lefj last night for Chicago where he will attend school. Mrs. Fannie DriEkill is visiting hor daughter, Mrs. Frank Aydelott, at Memphis. Mesdames Paul and Davy Crockett, of Troy, were visitors here' Wednes day. Mrs. Delia Petter left yesterday for a visit to relatives at Salem, Ore gon. - I would like to buy a lot of second-hand brick. Sam'l D. Woos- ley. Mrs. Fowlkes, of Dyersburg, is a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bryan. Mrs. John Whitsett, of Dyersburg, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs W. L. Bryan. , Call J. C. Burdick, Phone 185 for Fresh Fish and Oyster?. Will de liver to you promptly. Mrs. Morris Miles, who has been visiting at Nashville, arrived home Wednesday. ' Mrs Modie Lawson, after a visit with Mrs. A. L. Brrvard, has returned to her home at New York. Mrs. Arnn invites you to call and see the pretty line of pattern hats she is daily receiving. Hon. Hamilton Parks, of Nash ville, was a visitor in the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. S.- Parks Saturday. Mrs. W.W. Herron and Miss Bragg, of Trenton, were visitors in the shop ping section Tuesday. I would like to buy a lot of second-hand brick. Sam'l D. Woos ley. Mrs. Geo. Botts and little Carolyn Botts, of Rives, were shopping in the city Wednesday. Mrs. Arnn will be pleased to have you call and inspect her new display of pattern hats. Miss Nellie Dietzel leaves to-mor row for Quncy, 111., to enter a busi ness college, the commercial depart ment. Avoid chilly rooms in the morn ing by using Cole's Hot Blast Heat ers. They prevent colds and sick ness. Mr.' and Mrs. Charles McMurry and daughter, Miss Virginia, of near State Line, were visitors in Unon City Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs.' Ellis Needham, of Martin, were visitors in tie city Sun day with Mrs. Needham's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Capp3? W. J. Keele, an evangelist from Nashville, Tenn., is working in Union City in the interest of his church, the Seven Day Advcntis's. Mrs. Tardiff has returned home after a delightful visit in Fulton with her granddaughter, Mrs. L. J. Goode. The Y. W. A. will meet in the home of Mrs. Ivy Chandler Saturday, Oct. 14, at 3 o'clock. All members are urged to be present. Miss Elizabeth Jonakin has re turned to her home in Fulton after a visit here with her sister, Mrs. Gerald Woosley. j Mrs. Joe Turner and Boa, of Mar tin, are spending a few days in the home of Mrs. Turner's, brother, Mr. Atha Brown, at Troy thi9 week. BEAUTY PARLOR Hair Dressing Shampooing: Manicuring: Will appreciate a visit. MISS FLANARY Dr. Youngblood will apply the tuberculin test to Bob Caruthers' dairy this week. Ralph Quinn, of Jackson, is visit ing in Union City, the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Qunn. Mr. J. T. Bratton, a member of the firm owning the Union City gin, was in the city Saturday. He is well pleased with the business prospects here. The six months old infant of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Woody died Tuesday night and was buried yesterday. The parents have the sympathy of all their friends and neighbors. Obion Enterprise. Representing the C. P. and Chris tian Churches at the State C. E.- Con vention at Chattanooga this week: Miss Hattie Stalcrp, Miss Nell Phil lips, Miss Imogene Jones, Miss Louise Briggs, Robert Bond and Cecil Wood fin. Taxi service at Oliver's' Garage. Prompt and courteous treatment as sured at all hours. Day Phones: Cumberland No. 126; Home Phone No. 50. Night phone No. 4-J. 29-4tpd J. X). DORAN. Among the number attending the Shrine ceremonial at Dyersburg last Tuesday were W. M. Nailling, J. Clem Burdick, J. Walker Kerr, Otho Beck, Henry Hassler, J. S. O'Sullivan, Fletcher Tate, Hugh Smith and wife, Miss Kate Flack, Fenner Heathcock, Mrs. W. W. Heathcock, Pete Brans- ford 'and Charlie Powers. Mr. W. M. Stephens and children have moved to this city from Hohen- wald. Mr. Stephens will be connect ed with his brother, A. J. Stephens, in the furniture business, East Main street. Miss Hattie White, of McKenzie, will preach at the Cumberland Pres byterian Church Sunday. Everybody invited to attend the services. Miss White is probably known to many in Obion, as she was milliner in the city at one time. Obion Enterprise. Many readers cf thi3 paper send congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thompson, of Centreville, Tenn. Their handsome baby boy took the piemium of the day at Centreville last week. The prize boy is a grand son of Mr. I. P. Thompson, son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Long, of Union City. The merits of Miss Sara Agnew have been recognized by the city Su perintendent at Saginaw, Michigan, as she was selected as one of the committee of five to select the text books and outline the course of study for the new modernly equipped high school which is being completed there. Mrs. L. Williams, of Chattanoga, and her mother, Mrs. J. E. Cole, of Rutherford, were shoppers at Mor gan-Verhine's Tuesday. Mrs. H. W. Moffett and children, Hester and Henry, of Columbia, S. C, are visiting relatives and friends in Union City. Dr. and Mrs. F. W. Roberts and Mrs. B. B. Maxwell, of Troy, shopped in the city Monday. Miss Irene Bogle, of Kenton, was a Saturday visitor. Miss Ida May Wheeler spent the week-end with her sister, Miss Gladys, at Kenton. Mrs. J. F. White, of Hornbeak, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Harry Vin cent. Misses Jimmie and Mary Hurt, of Martin, were Wednesday shoppers. Mrs. W. J. Davidson, has returned from Knoxville, where she spent the summer. - Mr. and MrsT Hale and Mrs. W. Mayo, of Dresden, were Friday shop pers. Mrs. C. L. Bushart, of Martin, was a Friday shopper. Mrs. E. E. Parks, of Trimble, was the guest of Mrs. L. S. Parks and family this week. Lcok for W. E. Walters' big fall opening Oct. 21. Free lunch. .TV cents is being paid for cotton at the Union City Gin. Residence Repaired. The home of Mrs. Florence Harris, corner Church and 'Morgan streets, is being refinished and repaired. A new roof, conveniences and painting add much to the appearance of the home. Legg-Alexander. Mr. Darrell Legg and Miss Minnie Alexander, both of Fulton, Ky., were married at the Methodist parsonage Friday evening, Oct. 6, at 7:30 by Rev. E. M. Mathis. They left imme diately for Fulton, their future home. New Manager at Oil Station. Mr. Arthur Hmailton, formerly with the Union City Lumber Co., has been made manager for the Standard Oil Co.'s local business. He assumed the dties of the new position last week. Christian Church. Remember, Sunday school ' con venes at 9:30 a.m. so as to get through in time for union service at Cumberland Church at 11 a.m C. E. meetings at 6 p.m Come and bring others. E. S. BAKER, Minister. A Quiet Marriage. A quiet marriage occurred at the Baptist parsonage last Saturday evening, Rev. Marlin officiating, when Mr. George Heppner and Miss Essie Escue were united in marriage. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Escue and is quite popular among the young society people of the city. Mr. Heppner is associated with the Sutherland Tail oring Co. Boys Bound Over. Officers corralled a bunch of boys Wednesday night for breaking open a car and carrying away a lot of bananas belonging to tho Cash Gro cery Co. Aged from 16 to 18 it re quired two courts to handle the case, Judge Bratton for the older one3 and Judge Waddell fcr the Juveniles. Mr. Bratton held the older ones for the grand jury, and Judge Waddell was working on the other side of the case when The Commercial went to press. Death Near Harris. Mr. George Thomas, aged about fifty years, died at the home of his sister, Mrs. James Foulkes, near Harris, last Wednesday morning at 9:30 o'clock, after a few days illness. Last Monday Mr. Thomas was as- sistng in loading logs, when he lost his footing, slipped on some timbers, and was seriously injured. Blood poison developed and tho patient grew worse until the end. Mr. Thomas was never married. He was an influential citizen and good neighbor. He was a member of the Chapel Hill M. E. Church and always manifested much interest in the church and church work. The funeral services were conduct ed from Chapel Hill yesterday after noon at 3 o'clock by the pastor. ROUTE THREE. Debow Rice, of Protemus, was a visitor with his parents, Air. and Mrs. John Rice, of Crystal, Sunday. Mrs. Mary Freeman, who has been staying in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Marshall for several 'veeks, has returned to her homo at Crystal. , Three car loads of ladies from the Woodland Mills vicinity, attended the Baptist Missionary Union Quar terly at Reelfoot Church last week.. Misses Jessie and Lorena Pruett spent the week-end with their moth er, Mrs. R. T. Pruett. Mrs. T. W. Ferrell and daughter, Miss Emma, of Route Seven, were the Sunday guests of Mn. J. W. Thomas and family. Miss Hazel Glover, of Union City, spent a few days with her cousin, Mrs. J. P. Glover, in her beautiful country home on Route Three last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Cloar and daughter, of Community Pride, and Mrs. Ethel Downing, of Union City, were Mrs. Henry Jackson's guests Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Elmore, Mrs. I. N. Hancock and son and Louis Hawks have returned to their homes at Pux ico, Mo. On last Saturday morning Mrs. Deck Lawrence was found dead in her bed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Scott, near old Fremont. The deceased had been quite feeble for several weeks, though no one thought she was worse than usual when she retired Friday night. However, when the family entered her room Satur day morning they found her lifeless body was lying cn the bed. She had passed away some time during the night. The remains were laid tp rest beside her husband in the Fre mont cemetery to await the resurrec tion. Miss Eva Roberts, of the Union City Training School, spent the week end with homefolks. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Glover and Louis Hawks were Union City vis itors Friday. Miss Mattie Pruett was in Union City Friday. Mrs. Jim Threlkeld and daughters, Misses Ada and Lennie, of State Line, motored to Union City Friday. Subscriptions taken for all mag aaines. .Mrs. C. L. Ridings, Phone 503. Notice to Contractors. SEALED BIDS will be received by the State Depart ment of Highways at Nashville, Tenn., until Friday, Oct. 27, 1 922, and opened at ten o'clock A. M., for the con struction of Federal Aid Project 7 1 , located , between Tiptonville and a point five miles west of Hornbeak in Lake and Obion Counties, Tenn., and consisting of 8.0 1 miles of surfaced road 1 6 feet in width with necessary structures. Plans and specifications are on file in the office of the Chief Engineer, Department of Highways, Nashville, Tenn., and in the office of the Division Engi neer, Department of Highways, Jackson, Tennessee. D. Q. McCOMB, Chief Engineer. GRISSOM'S Be quick to kick If things seem wrong, But kick to us ' And make it strong! To make things right Gives us delight, If we are wrong And you are right. Then trade with us We will feed you, But do not fuss We never deceive you. Everything to eat We keep a supply, Fruits, bread and meat; So come and buy. GRISSOM'S twin Compact (ftougt sitU opn) RICHARD HUDNUT THREE FLOWERS TWIN COMPACT (Sold3tmshal) 9he Jatest Creation of Sichard'Hudnut Containing QUANTITY OF 'ROUGE wr.ifr ) Smart Oreshening-ub Jacket fbrOiand Sag SpaAling Ornament to tke Dressing Oablc" (Re-fillers may be obtained) mrrA tefiiu, i obiaitud) wa vs ( OLIVER'S DRUG STORE 111 NOTICE TO FARMERS III We have our gin ready to run and will pay lij ' the best market prices for seed cotton, or ginvyour cotton at customer's price. We pay the best market price for Seed. Union City Gin Company R. B. SILER, Manager ii! Phone Harpole-Walker Furniture Company FUNERAL DIRECTORS WHITESELL HARPOLE 354 AND 216-3 RINGS , OFFICE PHONE 99 J. L RANSON, JR. 4 3 2, 'AND 32 UNION CITY, TENN. Bought Lumber Business. Messrs. Roy McAnulty and T. M. Futrell, of Bolivar, spent the week in Union City and while here closed a trade whereby they become the owners of the Union City Lumber Co., buying same from Mr. T. R. Reynolds. They are, wo understand, to take charge of the business next Monday. They are fine gentlemen, experienced lumbermen. We welcome them to Union City. Mr. Reynolds will devote his entire time to other business interests the Central Filling Station and black smith and repair business. Tuberculin Test. I'm testing all cows which supply Union City with milk. Call early and make a date. E. W. YOUNG BLOOD, D.V.M., Deputy State Veterinarian. Shorty Sez: "Talk is cheap, but it means a whole lot when it is for our society." Don't forget to talk for our so ciety. Boost It, and help us to get the people of Union City Interested in C. E. work. "We need you, and you need us. Let's get acquainted. Chris tian Church, 6 o'clock sharp, Sunday evening. "SHORTY."