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The Commercial, Union City, Twin.
FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1919. t ?rr Step Wasting SoajmT v Keasnre Ont Rlat III 1 LOCAL AND PERSONAL. , Stradivara. ; For economy of operation the Cleveland Tractor. Battle Creek. Coal makes warm firesides. McAdoo Coal Co. .Why not the best? It Is the cheapest. The Cleveland Tractor. ' Battle v Creek Coal clean and clinkerless McAdoo Coal Co. ' Men's $15.00 Palm Beach, Eool Eoth and Mohair Suits going at $11.45. , At Kaufman's Low Price Store. Miss Opal Wall has returned from a visit to her grandmother at May- tield. -i ' t . Get a summer hat at Mrs. Arnn's. " Dr. and Mrs. Barber, of Obion, were here this week as visitors of Mrs. Holt. , Buick has the best trade value of any car sold. Eirkland. Mr. Claggett Martin, of Martin, was here Wednesday attending the Chautauqua. Stradivara. .Mrs. Lou Rowland is convales cent after a very serious illness of sevoral weeks. Just received a big shipment of Tires, all sizes. Big reduction in price. Union City Garage. V Messrs. Ike Kirby and Jack Hubbs were in Paducah this week as busi ness visitors. Men's $1.00 Union Suits, going at 69c. - At Kaufman's Low Price Store. Miss Jessie May Parker,' of Gates, Tenn., was a visitor this week in the homo cf Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Rhoads. Mr. Jas. Russell was In Troy this week looking after his business and farm Interests. ' 1 Mr. Ethelbtrt Morris, the Obion attorney, came up for the Chautau qua this week. i . Eeed Rockers. Harpole-Walker Furniture Company, Phone 99. Miss Ruth Tisdale, of Rives, was hero this week visiting her cousin, Mrs. Avrle Coble. Men's Hose, a real 25c value, go ing at 10c. At Kaufman's Low Price Store Miss Ozella Morris, of Troy, was here this week visiting her counsln Miss Iris McCorkle. Place your orders for Battle Creek Coal with McAdoo Coal Co. Mr. Frank Anderson has return cd to Palm Beach, Fla., after a visit in the city to his mother. Phone us to-day how many shares to write up for you. Reynolds Pack ing Company. Mrs. G. W. Adams, of Moscow, is in the city visiting her cousin, Mrs, W. A. Purrish and family. Men's $1.50 Dress Shirts, all sizes going at 95c. At Kaufman's Low Price Store Mr. and Mrs. P. I. Chandler have returned from their trip to Iowa and are at home in Union City. Reed Rockers. Harpole-Walker Furniture Comnanv. Phone 99. Mrs. Vt. P. Wade, of Kenton, was a visitor this week with her sister, Mrs. Joe Rodgers, in Union City New goods arriving daily. Har pole-Walker Furniture Co., Phone 99, Mr. Edwin Rodgers, of the A. E F., returning from 'France, has re turned to his home in Union City Place your orders for Battle Creek Coal with McAdoo Coal Co. Miss Mattle Hughes, of Columbia Tenn., is a visitor in the home of Mrs. E. T. Mitchell cn Third street Buick, Buick, Buick, neatest car on the market. Kirkland. Miss Julia and Mr .Fred Reeves were In Troy thi3 week visiting the home of their uncle, Dr. W. F. Rob erts. The best in Bed-room Suites at Harpole-Walker Furniture Company, Phone 99. Messrs. Albert Stovall and Morton Kimbrough, of Halls, were in the city this- week attending the Chau tauqua. New goods arriving daily. Har pole-Walker Furniture Co., Phone 99 Miss Kate Coover and Mrs. Har rell, of Dycrsburg, were here this week enjoying a visit to Mrs. Wal lace Moore. w w- 7 fill three brands sealed , to air-tteht packages. Easy to find it is on sale everywhere. Look for, ask for. be sure to fiet WRIGLEfS The Greatest Name in Goody -Land rut PERFECT CUM SEALED TIGHT 1 KEPT RIGHT m illllllfl lis tear U Miss Lizzie Pickering, of Fulton, was a visitor this week In the homes of T. J. Reynolds and C. S. Talley, in this city. An Electric. Iron will lighten your work in warm weather and the cost is very small at Wehmans. ' Miss Maude Moffatt, of Troy, was here Wednesday with Misses Jeanie and Helen Garth attending the Chautauqua. Men's Work Pants, well worth $1.50, Let 'em go at 89c. At Kaufman's Low Price Store. Miss Nelle Bondurant, of Hick man, was here this week with her sister, Mrs. Cunningham, attending the Chautauqua. ' See our Dining Boom Suites. Harpole-Walker Furniture Company, Phone 99. Mr. Bon Herring r-nd little daugh ter, Elizabeth, of Oklahoma City, are here visiting Mr. Herring's mother Mrs. Bettie Herring. Buick service and parts. Kirk land. . Mrs. Julian Harrison and Mrs. E O. Edwards, of Detroit, Mich., are in the city this week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Beck. Battle Creek Coal makes warm firesides. McAdoo Coal Co. Mrs. Algie Currie is in Nashville this week visiting relatives. Mr. Clayton and family, of Dyers burg, Were the guests of Mrs. J. B Clayton Friday and Saturday. Misses Lucy Ball and Will Ella Craver, of Dyer, are the guests of Miss Luna Craver, Division street this week. Stradivara. Little Miss WilloGreer, of Tlgrett, Tenn., is in the city visiting her grandmother, Mrs. W. Z. Massengill, end others of the relatives and friends. Stradivara. Mrs. C. S. -Wilde and daughter, Hattie Mai, of Jackson, and Mrs. L. J. Goode, of Fulton, were guests this week of Mrs. Nettie Penick, Ex change street. Ladies' Waists, $1.50 value, go ing at 95c. - . . . At Kaufman's Low Price Store. Elder T. M. Carney and family left this week to enjoy a summer vaca tion at Monteagle. The minister is pastor of the Exchange Street Church of Christ. Mrs. W. P. Nash was called by a message the first of the week and left at once for Mercedes, Texas, to visit her sister, Mrs. Roach, who was reported very sick. Just received a big shipment of Philadelphia batteries, one to fit any car. Guaranteed 18 months. Union City Garage. Mr. Geo. A. Gibbs, the Clerk and Master of the Chancery Court, left this week for Red Boiling Springs in Macon County," Tenn., for a week's rest and recuperation. Mrs. Arch Johnson and little daughter of Benton, 111., and Mrs. J. F. Paxton, of Maiden, Mo., will ar rive next week and be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Carter. Just received a big shipment of Tires, all sizes. Big reduction in price. Union City Garage. Mr. Frank Craig, now connected as salesman with the Delta and Pine Land Co., Scott, Miss., was a visitor last week in the city with his pat ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Craig. Miss Margaret Brown, of Mouu- tain Grove, Mo., is a visitor at the home of Mrs. Wade with her aunt, Miss Martha Wade, in the vicinity of Pleasant Hill for the summer. Stradivara. Mr. and Mrs. Will Batsell and sons, Max, Cecil and Seldon, of Ful ton, and Mrs. Mary Baker," of Mur ray, Ky., were in the city this week visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Craig. Mrs. T. R. Clark has returned from Louisville, having taken the final examination, and the special ist discharges the patient and pro nounces her permanently restored Stradivara. Mr. Porter Rice, with the A. E. F., in France, reports landing this week, and is expected to be home in Union City and vicinity in a few days. Mr, Rico was with the 3rd Division, Sanitary Squadron. Latest hat attractions at Mrs. Arnn's. Ladies are invited to call and look them over. You will be pleased with the price reductions as well. Mr. Little, of Memphis, our form er citizen and Confederate friend, is a visitor here for a few days. , He tells us that Miss Lizzie Greer will be up shortly for a visit to Union City. ' Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Beckham, re cently of Mississippi, who have been visiting in St. Louis, have returned to Union City and have located with Mrs. Beck on Ury street, taking rooms in the lower part of the Beck home. It Cash Grocery. Co Union City, Tenn., June 27th, 1919. We are pleased to quote you subject to our stock as follows. i are Meat Coffee Pure Country Lard per pound ; 40c Best Compound " " 30c Bobwhite Lard, No. 50 stand, 45Ibs. net $12.50 " 20 " 18" M 4.85 " 10 " 8 " 2.50 5 4 ." " 1.25 Dry Salt Butts per pound 28c; 100-lb. lots 27c " " Sides " " 35c; 100 " 33c CountrySides " " .. - -35c Sugar Cured Strips (Breakfast Bacon). 42c Bacon Bellies per pound 37c Bacon Butts " " 35c; , 100-lb. lots. 33c Dixie Flyer Coffee and Chicory, pound , 25c Peacemaker, worth 50c, our price, per pound 35c Peaberry, Santos best, " " 40c Manhattan, best that grows " " 45c Charity Club, Bockmon's : " " --- 45c Maxwell House Blend, 3-pound cans, per can.$1.40 SoaiQ) Clean Easy, 20 Big Bars for. ...$1.00 Clairette 20 " " " .-J-l: J.ii 1.00 Lenox 20 " " " 1.00 Silk Soap 20 1.00 Star Soap 20 " " " 1.00 Octagon, 20. 7-oz Bars for 1.00 SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY Alaska Chum Salmon, 1 -pound can 15c Oats, pure white, 20-oz. drums 10c 4 Big Bars Pure White Castile Soap for 15c Golden Rod-Naptha Washing Powder 5c 3 Cans Merrywar Lye for 25c 6 12-oz. Pkgs. Arm & Hammer Soda for 25c Red Seal Matches, 500 in box, for.... ....5c We are always headquarters for Flour. Ask us for prices. We carry Omega and White Ring, Gold Dust and Ca-Mi-Co, Helen of Troy and Washington's First Patent. 1 J it THE HOUSE THAT UNDERSELLS THEM ALL" Recruiting Station. Vivian O. Eastlcy, who was ac cepted for enlistment in the air ser vice, at the Union City Recruiting Station the 12th of last April, is now stationed on the River Rhine, with the army of occupation, and accord ing to a letter to his brother in this city, he is having a good time. ','Die Wacht Am Rhine" must not be so hard on the Americans now that they are on good terms with the charming frauline and a few of the boys drink beer mere or less, (more the first five days after pay day, and less for the next 25 flays,) And the drill hours are short. WATCH THE LICE on chicks. These parasites sap the very life blood out of them. Dust the hen at night with B. A. Thomas' Louse Killer and your troubles are ended. It also kills bugs on cucum bers, tomato, and squash vines. - We sell it to you and if it does not make good, we will. Frank C. Wehman, Union City, Tenn. Guy & Peery, Polk, Tenn. T. A. Cummings, Rives, Tenn. Bought Business House. J. F. Carter last Monday closed a real estato deal, buying from S. T. Wade the two-story brick on Wash ington street adjoining the Carter buggy and harness store. The price paid is 6000. Card of Thanks. rWe desire to express in this man ner our appreciation for the kind ness shown by the people of Union City in the funeral and burial ser vice of our very dear wife and mother, Mrs. Pack. Please accept our grateful thanks and may God blcs3 you. Sam Pack. Mrs. B. H. Elliott. Owen Pack. Ladies' Georgette Waists, latest style, a $5.00 value, going at $2.95. At Kaufman i Low Price Store. . Card of Thanks. In these, the darkest hours of our lives, when our hearts are crushed and our sorrow seems heavier than we can, bear over the loss of our precious; son and brother, Oswald, we wish to express our gratitude and appreciation to those who came with words of sympathy and love to try 'to comfort and administer to us, to those who could not come personally, but did by messages and letters, also for the many beautiful floral emblems sent by friends, his Sunday school class and school mates. We fully realize that no human power can remove this great sorrow from us, but you have help etl us to bear it. May the sorrows of life never bear so heavily upon you, but may the loving Heavenly Father watch over each one of you and your dear ones and keep you as free from grief and sorrow as it is possible for anyone to be in this life. Mr. and Mrs. Wright Phcbus, and Family. OUR GRANDFATHERS drenched horses for colic. That was the old way which was uncertain and unsafe. . Farris' Colic Remedy doea away with drenching is applied on the horses tongue with a dropper which comes packed in each bottle. Get it to-day We guarantee it. Frank C. Wehman, Union City, Tenn. T.' A. Cummings, Rives, Tenn. Guy & Peery, Polk, tciin. Does .Your LIFE INSURANCE POLICY provide for the payment of $1000.00 per year to YOU aa long as you live should you become totally and permanently disabledibefore age 60 In addition to the above does it provide that 1(1 flflfl fin Repaid t0 vour beneficiary in case of your death Q OIUlUUUlUU as a result of disease l Does it also provide That your premium payments shall CEASE in case f of total and permanent disability and that you shall Receive Dividends each year just as if your premiums a were being paid It does so provide IF it is a policy written in our Old Line, Legal Reserve Company, tor which we are tVtK ; KLADY to explain, or see W. F. TATE, who is authorized to explain this contract. DAVIS $ RUSSELL