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Mcfiugh Battery Co.
We have oneof the best equipped Battery Repair plants in the country. Repair and rebuild Vehicle Batteries, Private Lighting and starting Batteries of any make or type. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. Home Phone 48 - Cumberland Phone 195 WASHINGTON ANENUE UNION CITY, TENN GOOD BUTTER FREE Would appeal to you. For the same reason you will be glad to know that you can get pure wholesome TROCp, the perfect nut butter, at a saving of sever al cents a pound over country butter. Ask your dealer for TROCO by name, and insist upon getting it. Reynolds Packing Company The Purest and Best in things to Eat The best is always the cheapest N WE ARE RECEIVING BON AIR and -, . t Cumberland Block NOW. Don't let old 'winter catch you without your supply. Call us. Phone 150 UNION CITY ICE ml COIL CO. TIRE ARE THREE CLASSES: Those who do while they can Those who would when they can't Those who could now,but put it off until they can't. Which of these are you a member? Sixteen die of old age, while 2736 die at premature ages. Don't delay buying a life insurance policy. Consider this: The man or woman who dies during the first year leaves approximately 50 times as much to their dependents as if they had "saved" the premium. Select a good, strong company with a reputation the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company. We write Fire, Tornado, Automobile, Life, V Sick and Accident. , ' WHITE & QUINN . SEE R. E. WHITE Only reliable companies represented. " Buick er vice Station , It is our pleasure to sell you a Buick Car. WHY? Because we know that it will be your - pleasure to drive a Buick Car. . ' x All makes of cars repaired to your satisfaction and our guaran tee or your money refunded. Auto electrical system" our specialty. Free diagnosis... : -FOSTER & TOOf.IBS, Panics The Commercial, Union City, Tean FRIDAY. APRIL 23. 19201 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. Miss Hazelle Mayes is suffering ibis week with a bruised band. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ogles bave a baby very sick this week witb: pneu monia. A S. D. Stembridge, a Hickman bus iness man, was a visitor here this week. ' y . See Demonstration of Kitchen Cabinets at Harpole-Walker Furni ture Co. A. E. Nichols 1b now with- the Pathe Music Co. as salesman and a good one. Miss Mary Kate McDaniel, of Jor dan, was here this week visiting Miss Mayes. Does your car need painting? If so, call 126 for prices. J. B. Akin and A. L. White were in Nashville this week attending the Grand Commandery of the U. O. G. C Miss Vivienne White has closed her school at Greenback, East Ten nessee, and is at home enjoying a vacation. Have you seen the new refrig crators and Ice boxes at Wehman's? Pay us a visit and get our prices, Col. J. L. Cochran is representing his church this week at Humboldt attending the Presbytery of the Pres byterian Church. Mrs. A. J. Beadles and son Paul, were visitors last week in Memphis, Mr. Beaddles going down this week for a few dayss Screen doors at Nailling-Kelser Hardware Co. Misses Sallye Gray and Mary Da vidson, accompanied by Johnnie Da vidson, motoed over to Martin last Sunday afternoon. Miss Lettye Mae Gray, who is now with the Oliver-Cobb Drug Co., spent the week end with homefolks and attended service at Shady Grove Sunday morning, conducted Jsy Rev. G. W. Evans. A big display of Sellers Kitchen Cabinets at Harpole-Walker Furni ture Co. v Mr. Paul Nailling, who has been quartered for the winter in Florida with the students, of the K. M. I., is home this week for- a vacation vis it and leaves next week for school at Lyndon, Ky. Mrs. E. K. White and Mrs. Robt, Hamilton,. Jr., went to Longmont, Colo., this week to visit Mr. Edwin White, who has been located there for a number of months. Mr. White's health- is very good. "-Don't worry with old worn-out garden tools. Buy the best tools at Wehman's and make your garden work easy. Mr. Owen Taylor, of Ridgely, is now with tne uodd s uorner urug Store as sales manager. Mr. Taylor is a business man and one who will find himself in line withUhe pro gressive spirit of this store. The U. C. H. S. ball team, which defeated 'Dyersburg last week, will meet the Dyersburg team here on the 30th Inst., for a return game and the friends of good ball are offered a special opportunity In this game. See "Mr. Fogerty demonstrate the Sellers Kitchen Cabinet at Harpole-Walker Furniture 'Coi " A person habitually constipated is shining mark fcr disease, because his blood is full of the impurities on which disease germs thrive. Get rid of the habit quickly by taking Prickly Ash Bitters. It is a stimulating and purgative remedy for men. Price 1.25 per bottle. Oliver's Drug Store, Cobb's Corner Drug Store and Red star Drug Stone, special agents. ' ROUTE EIGHT. -Little Ernie Crittendon is on the sick list. v . v . Misses Mary and" Alma Jackson, of Fulton, are visiting their ( sister, Mrs. Rolla Hauser. , Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Crittendon visited Mr. Billie Griffin's Sunday. Misses Eva and Madeleine Hart, of near Martin, and Misses Myrtle and Ruby Lee Chapel were. the Sun day guests of the Misses Clark. Brother Lem Hall, of Martin, vis ited Mr. C. A. Brewer Sunday. Noel Russell is right sick . this week. Mr. and Mrs. Romney Acock, of Terrell, were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wagster Miss Gertie Russell was hostess at a dinner Sunday in honor of Miss Gladys Saunders,' of Union City, who is going ot Memphis soon. Quite a number were present. We wish Miss Saunders much success in her new home. i ,, . Mr. and Mrs. Willie Callis and Mr,' and Mrs. Glenn Covington were the Sunday guests of Mr. Fred Cov ington and wife. ( )" Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Griffin and Mr. and Mrs-B. V. Jernlgan visited Mr. Billie Griffin Sunday. f jji I W ,-vjl Irf W hafs price? Copyright 19l9,Hart Schaffner&Marx 44 J fair 'HEN fyouj buy . fany thing, you ought to be willing to pay . at least what it cost to produce it; plus a mar gin of profit to the maker, and to the mer chant who has brought the merchandise to you; where you can see it, examine it, try it on, decide that it's what you want. The service rendered by the maker and the merchant are a part of what you pay for; you ought to pay for it willingly. If that service were, not rendered there wouldn't be any merchandise here for you - to buy. . ' " . Now, we aim to charge for our clothes merely "fair" prices; fair to both of us. We're going to make a fair profit too. Our profit comes out of the money you pay us; yours comes out of the clothes you get. Hart Schaffner 6c Marx clothes give you the greatest profit; they cost enough to be good clothes; all-wool fabrics, perfecdy tailored, smartly styled. They're the best clothes for you; that's why we sell them. A splendid showing of styles at $37.50, $40.00 and $45.00 W. G. Clagett Co. The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes. ' Pearse-Landcnberger. Miss Loralne Louise Landenber ger, foster daughter of Rev. and Mrs. L. G. Landenberger, of St. Louis, was united in marriage to. Mr. Har old Pearse in the Kenwood Church of the New Jerusalem April 14, 1920, the bride's father officiating. The groom is one" of the buyers of the Chicago Packing Co., and the bride is chief chemist in the Micael Reese Hospital Institute. The newly wedded pair will reside in Chicago. Suit Guaranteed for Six Months' Wear 1 x suit should look well XTL and it should wear well, too. Dubbelbilt suits, besides hand some fabric, good style, careful tailoring, havespecial reinforcement at every point of wear and strain. That is why every Dubbelbilt suit carries the famous Dubbelbilt guar antee: Six months wear, without rip.. hole, tear; or we will repair the suit freei Tljis picture shows only one of the attractive new models of Dubbelbilt "". suits. In sizes for boys from 6 tro 1.8 years old. $14.75 $16.75 -r $18.75 $20.75 upwards to $365 f M G. Clagett Co, UNION CITY, TENN. t r h 1 Y 4f t.