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K. STORE Ihe Commercial, Union City, Tenn. A Special for 10 Days Only We are making a special for 1 0 days only on our Men's and Boys' Oxfords. . We have the right merchandise of the right style and at the right price. EVERY SHOE SOLD WITH AN ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE OF SATISFACTION These slippers are cheap at the regular price, but we are giving 5 per cent off on all slippers, commencing Saturday, May 8. And also on Men's and Boys' Suits and Odd Pants 1 hese suits are alllA No. I values, ranging from SZP.UU to $40.00 in the Mens. Boys suits from $8.00 up to $1 5.00. Our motto is to "Buy what you like and where you like and when you like. - ' ' . - We will be pleased to show you our merchandise, whether you buy or not (RBY & (IRKLAEi Anti Hog Cholera Serum Swine Worm Capsules Swine Plague Vaccine , Cattle Vaccines and Serum Sheep Vaccine Horse Vaccine and Serum , Dog Distemper Vaccines Vaccinating Instruments Veterinary Instruments Livestock Condition Powders Telephone your orders or call at Second Street Office. CLOYS SERUM COMPANY UNION CITY, TENN. Our Batteries for Real Service If you have never need one of our batter ies, now is the time to start and find out why it is superior to many others. Service is what you look for in a storage battery, and real service is what our battery will tive you. Batteries recharged, rented and repaired. McHUGH BATTERY CO. R. A. PARDUE RUBBER TIRING rAND PAINTING BUGGIES FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1920. '-to" ALL WORK GUARANTEED Buy and Sell Rubber Tire Buggies Phone 43. Cor. Main and Third Sts. A FORD STARTER Come, see and be convinced that your Ford car can be equipped . with a starter that will give you perfect satisfaction and save you getting out in the mud and many other incon veniences. We have contracted for the PEERLESS STARTER and we sell it under a guarantee. After 1 5 days trial if then not satisfied we will refund the purchase price, which is only $20.00, put on your car. Bring your car and get it equipped at once with one, as we can get only a limited number each month. -, Tisdaie-Jackson-Atkins Co. Sole Agents for Obion and Lake Counties Union City, Tenn. EIYES. Messrs. Will. Starnes, Knox Har per, Roscoe KItchell and Claude Woody are giving their homes a new coat of paint. Bill Edwards has bricks on his lot for enlarging his home. , H. D. Webster and family were In town Monday, guests in the Hubert Shore home. .The bible class met Wednesday with Mrs. W. V. Carter. The lesson continues in the Gospel of St. Mat thew. A study book by Elder Dallas Smith is ordered. By all means let us have a moth ers' pension and do away with such heart-breaking incidents as that narrated the past week in our contemporary, the News-Banner, in which a woman- puts her children on a train to enter an industrial insti tution in Nashville. Possibly this mother may regain her health and even if she doesn't, should we, a christian citizenship, deprive her of the companionship of her children? Rev. Jamie McLeskey, of Memphis, has been here on a social visit. H. P. Cotton attended to business Interests in the Reelfoot oil fields Saturday and en route home Sabbath went down to Covington for a visit with his mother. Rev. E. P. Lindsay, of Memphis, attending presbytery at Troy, was a visitor Friday in the Wade home. W. V. Carter and Dr. T. P. Palmer are waiting upon court over in the county seat. Jas. McCaw and wife, of Union City, were Monday visitors. Mrs. Chas. Montgomery, of Ken ton, was a mid-week visitor with her sister, Mrs. Knox Harper. A Charles Dickens program ia the study , to-morrow with the Book Lovers' Club, which meets with Miss Missie Harris. Only a few more days until the close of school. Exercises on May and 21 include an evening's en tcrtainment by Miss Bogle's music class. There will be a play, "Deacon Dubbs," on the following evening. this play, which we Judge is a comedy, Miss Euline Cummings is pported by the full cast as follows: Misses Marjorie Morris, Louise Shropshire, Sarah Taylor, Annie Mai Starns and Messrs. Lexie Har Wade Moss, M. T. Warren, George McNeill and Dorence Woody. Representative villagers are Ruth Boyd, Mamie Osborn, Pauline Gar rett, Claud Callicott, Bruce Hooper and others. We hear that we are soon to loan to our neighboring town, the county scat, tbe estimable family of Mr. and Mrs. Burt Clem ents. Dr. E. H. White Js home from a meeting of the American Medical Association, in recent session in the historic town of New Orleans. This the largest medical organization in the world. There were 3,650 physicians registered, including Mayo Brothers, the famous surgeons of Rochester, Minn., Dr. Billings, of Chicago, and Dr. Lambert, of New York. In fact every State was rep resented at this session. From our own locality, besides Dr. White, were Doctors Hibbltts, Prathcr and Rob erts. The program was executed in sections in the various lcrge halls of the city. Between business sessions the medical fraternity of the hostess city ably entertained the visitors with sight-seeing trips etc. One of the landmarks, the Grand Opera House, we . learn with regret, was recently burned. Rev. Nelson, who' has the pastorate of Bethany, near Guntown, Miss., visited the A. R. P. Church Sabbath morning in address on the text, Gal. 6:9, "And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap if we" faint not." Rev. Nelson was an attendant of the pres bytery the past week in Troy. Inclement weather prevented a study Sunday evening of the total eclipse of the moon, due to rise par tially eclipsed and emerge by nine o'clock. In the high school department eight are taking part in the tem perance essay contest this afternoon. Several take part in the fifth and sixth grade contest for a medalv The public is cordially invited to. attend. Program begins at one o'clock." ! Rev. J. L. Boyd has placed his resignation with tbe Associated Re formed Presbyterian Church for an early acceptance. Rev. Boyd, in his stay of several years here, has greatly endeared himself to the cit izenry. He goes , to Brighton, a larger field and full work in that congregation. The membership here are sorely grieved to accept Rev. Boyd's resignation and have him move his appreciated family from our midst. " Come to our Store and See an Ex act Duplicate of the Official Labo ratory Model used in 4000 Tone Tests , . We guarantee that this phono graph in our store will sustain any and all of the amazing tone-tests described at length by the music critics and reviewers of America's principal newspapers. We guarantee this in writing, if you wish). Come in. Ask to see the Official Laboratory Model. Ask to hear the Realism Test. . v9 ' Nk. i i'"ooJraa" ;i'f mm What a "Tone-Test is la the book, "Edison and Music," written by one of Thoma3 A. Edison's righthand men, you will find the fol lowing description of the tone-test: "An artist stands beside the New Edison and sings or plays. Sud denly, and without warning, the artist ceases and the New Edison continues alone. The test io whether the audience, with eyes closed, can tell when the living artist has ceased to sing or to play. Where practi cable, the light3 are turned" off sud denly and the artist steals from the stage, leaving the New Edison to perform its marvelous feat of RE CREATING the singer's voice or instrumentalist's performance with such perfect realism that the audi ence is not aware of the artist's de parture until the lights are turned on." ' THE NEW EDISON "The Phonograph With a Soul" Reelfoot Dome Oil Stock posi tively will advance to $200.00 per share after Saturday night. Let the talking-machines vie with one another in glitteriifg generali ties. Edison deals with facts alone: 1. The New Ed Iran has sustained 4000 "Tone-Tests." 2. 50 different artists (both vocal ists and instrumentalists made these tests. 3. 4000 different New Edisons (all Laboratory Models out of regular stock) were used in the tests. 4. 3 million people heard these tests. 5. 500 of America's leading news- papers published the results. 6. Everyone has admitted that human ear cannot distinguish be the tween an artist's voioe and the New Edison's RE-CREATION of such voice. You have something mighty tangible in this proof by the New Edison. When 3 million people hear, consider and agree, you will have a fact as firmly established as any scientific law. You will be interested to know that we have a plan whereby you can arrange your own payments for your New Edison. DIETZEL'S JEWEbRY STORE Circuit Court. Circuit Court is in sesion this week, with the following juries: Grand Jury. J. C. Potter, foreman, E. A. Mor ris, P. C. McMullin, T. P. Palmer, A. T. Adams, W. V. Carter, A. D. Midyet, J. T. Douglas, C. A. Glover, A. C. Hauser, P. S. Clack, J. A. Pruitt, W. H. Latimer. Officer, C. L. Harris. Trial Jury. J. W. Tuten, W. M. Tidwell, J. M. Caldwell, J. S. Caldwell, A. T. Pyles W.' T. Shires, C. M. Tanner, R. M McDaniel, S. B. Green, G. S. Joyner W. T. Harris, S. P. Harris. ROUTE EIGHT. Mrs. Drew Alexander enteratined the young folks with a social Sat urday night. A large crowd was present. All seemed to have a nice time. Miss lone Townsend spent Sun day night at Miss Alma Brewer's. Mr. Clarence Davis, cf Union City, spent the week-end with homefolks, Miss Nettie Henderson spent Sat urday night with Miss Lola Walker at Terrell. Miss Hattie Townsend is in Dyers- burg spending a few days with rel atives. Mr. Buford Pleasant, of Public Wells, visited his mother, Mrs. W. S. Crittendon. Mr. Will Isbell, of Boonevllle, Miss., spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. Chas. Russell Miss Gladys Sanders and Mr Homer Good, of Union City, visited Miss Gertie Russell Sunday. Mr. Dick Barksdale and family were the Sunday guests of Mr. Char lie Russell and family Sunday. WANTED For the next sixty days, walnut as per specifications below: Good logs, 12 inches up to 15 in diameter, $50.00 per thousan; 15 up to 19 Inches, $75.00 per thou sand; 20 inches and up, 1125.00 per thousand: common logs, 14 inches and up, $60.00 per thousand. We will receive these logs at Rives and pay the cash for them for the next 60 days. W. A. McNEILL. BETTER DEAD Life is a burden when the body is racked with pain. Everything worries and the victim becomes despondent and downhearted. To bring back the sunshine take ' GOLD MEDAL - 1 . The national remedy of Holland Tor OTef 200 years; it 13 an enemy of all pains re- salting from kidney, liver and uric add troubles. All druggists, three sizes, tttctt foe &3 m Cold M!a M every be aaa accept am wutatioa Hri" I Boys ID U r BBELBILTclothes No Mending for Six Months THAT is what the makers of Dubbelbilt Clothes guarantee Six months' wear, without rip, holet tear; on suit zviil be repaired free. Specially reinforced at every point of strain and wear. Stylish, as well as sturdy. Notice, especially, the handsome fabrics. 14.75 316.75 218.75 220.75 arid upwards to 236.75. , -V W. G. CLAGETT Union City, Tenn. Automobiles Tractors, Buggies Wagons, Farm Machinery We are agents forjand have on display in our sample room Hupp and Dort Automobiles Case and Wallis Tractors Moon, Emerson and Standard Buggies Chattanooga Wagons Case, "Moline and Oliver Cultivators, Plows, Disc Harrows, and, in fact, a complete line of implements, etc; The above are well known goods and it will be to your in erest to investigate these lines, both as to quality and price, be fore making your purchases. ' Tisdale-Jacksdn-Atkins Co. Union City, Tenn.