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' FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1922.
P DON'T YOU WANT A NEW GUN?
IT WILL BE JUST LOTS OF FUN; AND IT WILL GET YOU
OUT INTO THE OPEN WHERE YOU WILL FIND HEALTH AND
STRENGTH ALONG WITH YOUR SPORT.
WE ARE THE PEOPLE FOR YOUR ARMS AND AMVNI
TION AND SPORTING GOODS.
WHEN WE TELL YOU A SHELL IS LOADED "SO AND SO"
YOU WILL FIND IT LOADED JUST THIS WAY.
ELECTRIC LIGHT GLOBES.
BEST FOR THE MONEY
SPECIAL 25 CENTS
DRY CELL BATTERIES
MAKE YOUR FORD START
'EASY THESE COLD MORN-
SPECIAL 35 CENTS.
MODE'S AIRTIGHT PARLOR
HEAT YOUR WHOLE HOUSE
WITH LESS COAL.
COAL OIL HEATERS
DO THE WORK THESE COOL
MORNINGS. ALL SIZES.
THE RANGE WITH A REPU
TATION. COST NO MORE. LASTS
COLE'S HOT BLAST
HOLD FIRE 48 HOURS. ALL
STYLES AND SIZES.
F. C. WEHMAN
Names and addresses of 300 girls
and women who will work in a
-Salaries ranging from J5.00 to $25
per week depending on efficiency.
An unusual opportunity to learn a
trade. Working conditions will be
the Very best. You must be of good
Register your name and address at the Commercial
Club Office, or register by letter, giving your name
and full address.
Mrs. Holden Turner is suffering
very much with two bono felons.
Rev. Thomas, of Dyer, was the
Sunday guest of Aunt Lucy and Ira
Mr. and Mrs. W. Warmuth leave
next week for New Mexico. From
there they will locate in Oakland,
Mr. and Mrs. Vaden Calhoun and
children were Saturday night and
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lett.
The Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Holden Turner were Mr. and Mrs. F.
M. Forrester and Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Mr. and Mrs. Alf Sanders are mov
ing to the W. A. McNeill farm. We
are certainly proud to have them
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Forrester and
Mr. and. Mrs. Alf Forrester, spent
Monday with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. F. M. Forrester.
Some one move over and let us
join in again. We know Pleasant
Hill is slow, but we've got pep. So
let's start again and keep going.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Warmuth and
Lillian Forrester and P. E. Forrester
were Saturday night and Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Forres
ter at Troy.
Mrs. Luther Barnes is on the sick
list this week. Mr. and !Nrs. Harry
Webster and Misses Lillian Forrester
and Mary Lee Wise spent Monday
with Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Houser.
Mr. P. E. Forrester, from Parsons
Kansas, is home spending the holi
days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jim "Forrester. Mr. Forrester is em
ployed by the Otweld Acetylene Co.,
of Kansas City, as instructor on the
M., K. & T R. R.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Forrester and
children, of Troy, Mr. and Mrs. W.'
Warmuth and Mr. and Mrs. E. P.
Pope, of Union City, spent Thanks
giving with their parents, Mr. and
Mr3. Jim Forrester. All enjoyed a
fine-chicken and turkey dinner.
Mrs. Dave Weatherspoon was in
the county seat Saturday shopping.
Mrs. Bob Shipp and Mrs. Will
Weatherspoon enjoyed their ride
AUCTION SALE OF
HIGH CLASS MULES
Saturday, Dec. 2, 1322 at Union City,
Sale begins at one o'clock p.m
Herman Dietzel's barn.
Having heard from quite a num
ber of farmers and stock raisers near
Union City who could not attend
our sale two weeks ago that they
would like to have some good youn;;
mules, we have decided to make one
more shipment to your county this
fall, and this shipment we are select
ing with much care and are buying
the best young mules that can be
purchased in the mule counties of
Fourteen of these mules are com
ing three and four year3 old and will
weigh 1100 pounds, with class and
are well broken.. There will be
twenty head of top weaning mules
as good as those of the best mule
countries of the United States.
Now don't let rain or cold keep
you away, ror you will miss some
thing good. Sale will bo held re
gardless of weather.
Don't forget the date.
JOHN G. SAUNDERS, Auctioneer.
W. C. HALEY & SON,
35-2t Nashville, Tenn.
iuurnmy uver 10 iruy ou a loau ot Lce and Lawrence
cotton. Mrs. Weatherspoon was the Ur,imi, t,
Death of Mr. Spencer Thompson.
Announcement in Union City Wed
nesday of the death of Mr. Spencer
Thompson in Louisville, Ky., was
heard with mingled ghock and sur
prise. Mr. Thompson was not sick more
than a week with an attack of pneu
monia. He died at 11:30 o'clock
a.m. Wednesday, November 29, 1922.
Mr. Thompson was born and reared
in the vicinity of Mount Zion in
Obion County. He came to Union
City and was engaged as a clerk and
later as assistant cashier of the
Third National Bank. He was mar
ried here to Mias Zella Moss, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Moss. They
moved to Dyeraburg, where Mr.
Thompson was connected with the
Lake County Manufacturing Co., lat
er being transferred to Louisville to
the parent house, known as the Cot
ton Seed Products Co.
Mr. Thompson was the son of Mr
Arch Thompson and the surviving
sisters and brothers are as follows
Mr3. John H. White, of Hickman,
Ky.; Mrs. Paul Shaw, of State Line,
Ky.; Harold Thompson, Memphi
that Royal Baking
Powder is made from
Cream of Tartar?
that Cream of Tartar is de
rived from grapes rich, ripe,
healthful grapes grown in
the famous vineyards of
Thati why Royal is so whole
some and healthful, why it
gives the food such a fine,
even texture and such a de
licious, appetizing flavor.
It Contains No Alum
Leaves No Bitter Taste
Be quick to kick
If things seem wrong,
But kick to us
And make it strong!
To make tkjngs right
If we are wrong
And ou are right.
Then trade with us
We will feed you,
But do not fuss
We never deceive you.
Everytrfing to eat
We keep a supply,
Fruits, bread and meat;
So cTme and buy.
driver and Mrs. Shipp used the whip.
The girls of Union City have or
ganized the Girl Scout3 with Miss
Mary Sue Rogers as captain and Eliz
abeth Gray as first lieutenant.
The girls had their .second meet
ing Friday the 24th at .the Health
League Headquarters. They have
a room engaged there which they
Mr. Thompson was a member of
the Baptist Church and esteemed as
one of the mcst sterling and reliable
young men of Union Citv. He had
many fine qualities and personalities
which made him a good citizen and
business man. He is survived by his
wife and a little daughter, Catherine.
Remains were shipped to Unio'i
City, accompanied by Mrs. Thompson
and Mr. Cecil Moss, duo last night
to be carried to the residence nf Mr.
hope to fix as their own girl Scout and M Ceci, Cog3 on ExchanJ
Funeral at the Baptist Church this
morning at 10:30 o'clock, conducted
by Revs. D. P. Marlin and W. B. Cun
ningham. Interment at East View
Best Grades of Furnace, Cooking
FANCY KENTUCKY LUMP, ALABAMA RED ASH
AND RESCREENED COOKING NUT COAL
At Lowest Prices For Cash Only.
Pb3r GRYSTAL ICE GO. Pb3r
The scouts at their meeting were
honored by the presence of Miss
Brown, the Union City Health Nurse,
and Miss M. G. Nisbit, of State
Board of Health. Miess Brown gave r t
me gins u snore lam on now 10 Keep
themselves physically strong. Then
Miss Nisbct, who has done a great P ep
deal of work along this line, gave E nthusiasm
us interesting information concern- P opularity.
ing the organizatio of the Girl That's us!.
Scouts. We miss you. We want you at our
The Girl Scouts hope to give as Amona Bible Class next Sunday
much service to the people of Union when the minute hand bumps the
City as the ccout oragnizr.tions are 9:30 dot.
doing in other places. We are at Splendid programs. We need you.
the Eervice of the people and we Come; you will enjoy it. We can't
want you, if at any time our services do without you.
NOTICE TO FARMERS
We have our 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
Union City Gin Company
R. B. S1LER, Manager
BjTSXTZS"-" - m M.
are needed, to feel free to call on us,
for our motto is "Be Prepared."
Death of Mrs. Belcher.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.
hy were you thankful yester
day? We were thankful that we can
hold such fine Endeavor meetings in
Union City, but we do need more of
Union City in these meetings. Come
and bring your friend. Christian
Church next Sunday night at six
MOBILE & OHIO RAIL ROAD
CHANGE IN SCHEDULES.
Beginning Sunday, December 3,' 1922, important changes
in schedules will be in effect.
' For exact time of trains and all particulars, please apply to
Ticket Agents, Mobile & Ohio Rail Road.
General Passenger Agent
Mrs. Sallie Belcher died on Satur
day, Nov. 25, 1922. after an illness
of some months duration, aged 65
, Mrs. Belcher resided at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. Ed Harmonds.
She leaves another daughter, Mrs. R.
P. Wilson, and two brothers, Messrs.
Jim and Will Carter. Mrs. Belcher man. Forgiveness awaits you and
was the sister of Mrs. Turner Joyner. all is Well. Meet me without Fale
Mrs. Belcher was a member of the at flie Usual place Sunday a.m. "You
Cumberland Presbyterian Church no who." AGOGA. P. S. Also next
and a woman of manv christian vir- Tuesday night at 7. Come & see.
Money to Loan
I am authorized to take applications for long time loans
to be made by The Northwestern Mutual Life In
surance Co., on improved farms of 50 acres or more in
Obion and Weakley Counties, Tennessee, and Fulton
County, Kentucky. The amount of money that can be
loaned at the present time is limited. The rate of interest
is b per cent. Please call at once if you are in need
of a farm loan. :::::: ::::::
O. SPRADLIN, Union City, Tennessee
Return wanted of certain young
Remains were interred at Sanders
Chapel. Services were conducted by
Rev. W. B. Cunningham.
A C (0 0) kisses.
Makes Hens Lay!
Works wonders in any flock
.'Pu.U. Gat DON SUNG (Chinese
IWSTs, Egg Laying Tablets)
r. f at Our Star
Don Suno jets the cgfs in
any weather. It acts directly
od the cat-laying organs and ia
beneficial in every way. Keeps
the flock healthy and happy.
They lay regularly. It's easily
SilVen. incxiwmiva mnA Aiar.
anteed to do the work or your money will
be promptly refunded. We hare Don Suno in
stock and can recommend it to all poultry raisers.
Pritt SOc KLart til. P. holds S timts mi mr
F. C. Wehman, Union City, Tenn.
To Whom It May Concern:
The Primitive Baptist Church at
Union City have changed their meet
ing time on Saturday before each
second Sunday at 2 p.m. to 11 o'clock
a.m. on same days as heretofore.
Those concerned may be governed
accordingly. Nov. 28, 1922.
Junior Missionary Society.
Every member of the Jnnior Mis
sionary Society of the M. E. Church
is requested to be present on Sunday
afternoon, Dec. 3, at 2 o'clock. We
want to open a "Harvest Day" Dec.
8 and be on the honor roll. So don't
forget your dues for the year.
EVERY AUTO OWNEE
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knows the importance of good storage
batteries. It is a rule without ex
ception that a poor battery means
poor service. The batteries we han
dle are the' products of the most ef
ficient and expert manufacturers.
They are backed by experience an!
a guarantee of the makers, with our
own added. The best, battery is th
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