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V HA" I The Commercial, Union. City; Tenn.f t il ! J : FRIDAY. MAY 7, 1920. - Bethlehem Cemetery Association. The Bethlehem Cemetery Associa tion is called, to meet at Bethlehem Church on the third Sunday in May at 2 o'clock to transact the business of the association. Everyone re quested to be present. E t l s v. Plumbing Heating and Sheet Metal Work Ipf .Here's j -p W . to teeth, ' V appetite, 1 m the flavor digestion ! s: lasts-and the & i electrically- V t sealed V ",. A package w lj brings v W "J i wfmntrzn L ,A1 0 to you with all its fl 2 goodness perfect-v f v preserved. A J P Sealed ; : , IH Kept- :; :Mmm All ijll I " MADE AT HOME TO EAT Our meats come from the best cattle, hogs and sheep in this country. We prepare them here at home with home labor. The meat is delivered by a home man. Home people Isuper vise the work and keep the re cords. Would you rather order Texas meat from St. Louis? Reynolds Packing Company The Purest and Best in things to Eat . The Real Foundation of every Good Building -TJie Name: N A ILL! N G -j( E I S E R HARDWARE CO. Plumbing, Heating; Roofing and Hardware Assure Stability Builders Supplies Refrigerators Perfection Oil ' Stoves Paint PHONE 27 LOCAL AHD PERSONAL. . "- Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Burchard vis itedfTHartin last week. Mr. Chester Bondurant, of Hick man, was a visitor here Monday. Mrs. B. P. Morris and children, of Terrell, were here Friday as .visitors. W. T. Dougherty, former County Agent, was a visitor here this week Editor Speer, of the Hickman Courier, was a visitor here' Satur day. Kev. .T. v. Fressly, of Troy, was in the city Monday mingling with friends. Mr. Geo. Gibbs was in Tiptonville this week looking on at the Dome property. Mr. W. M. Taylor left Monday for Mississippi after a week's visit with homefolks. Mr. and Mrj. J. T. Bradley, of Number Seven, were in the city Monday shopping. -Lawn mowers at last year's prices while they last. Make your selection early at Wehman's. Miss Bess Board spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Board, in Number Seven. Dr. F. M. McRee Commissioner of Agriculture, wa3 here this week look lng In at home and farm affairs Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bryan left Tuesday for a trip thru a portion of Mississippi and will be gone a few days. , Mr. John Sanders, traveling for the Childs Specialty House, was in tnis week from his work in Alabama, with good business. F. 0. Watts, president of the First National Bank, St. Louis, was in the city Sunday evening visiting the family of his brother, W-. C. Watts Mrs. Hflward Davidson left a few days ago to Join Mr. Davidson in Knoxville, their new home. She stopped at Nashville for a short vis it with relatives. Steamer Majestic excursion from Hickman on the evening of May 13 Join the party and enjoy a delight ful evening. Mr. and Mrs. Rice Wilson and lit tie son, Woodrow, of Samburg, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs, Robt. Carpenter on South Fifth street. ,7 Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Kirk and fam ily, who have been spending the winter in town, will move to the farm in Number Three, to reside there during the crop season. Every one says that Metcalfe's laundry and flowers are the best by test. Laundry lasts longer done there and flowers have the keeping quality. . Miss White preached at Bethlehem Church near Union City last Sunday Miss White is an ordained minister residing at McKenzie. The sermon was said to be very interesting. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. OsJe3 went to Mayfleld last Saturday evening They were called on account of the illness of their baby, who has been there in the care of relatives while under special treatment. B. P. 0. E. Lodge of Elks No 1294 at Hickman announce their regular semi-annual excursion on the evening of May 13.' Palatial steamer and everything to make the excursion a complete success. Mrs. Chester Rule, of Paducah, ar rived Sunday in Union City to Join her husband, who is employed with the Reynolds Manufacturing Co. Mr. and TKrs. Rule will locate In Un ion City and will be kindly welcome. J. D. Capps and family are moving this week from Martin to the resi dence on Palmer street recently oc cupied by Mrs. Knox. Mr. Capps has bought the home and will reside In Union City. He is now withi The Commercial printing office., Sold by Avoritt Electric Co. Mrs. Lee Winchester, of Memphis, will be in the city next week as a visitor in the home of her sister, Mrs. H. C. Stanfield. Mrs. ; Winchester will be here for the Neely-Mays wed ding May 20. Bishop Winchester, her father-in-law, will pronounce the marriage rites at the Methodist Mil ' ': r- it I&bf o?si alls fit asy 'Wtl (doinjfc-' ggMOTsg; - "TTERE we are, Bill, doingthe same kind of work , JLlL and my overalls pull and bind make me want to take 'em offthrow 'em away! "And when I look at yotl,you're aftrayscomfortable. Your overalls fit just as easy as the day you bought 'em. "Believe me next time I'll take your advice and buy Blue Buckles." Hard work kneeling, bending, stretching is what J Blue Buckles are built for. They are so big and roomy , they always fit easy make you forget you have on overalls. - i 'Tvo tried a lot of overalls, but of all Ve worn Pit choose Blue Buckles every time. They always give long wear," PmUent tftk low Cn mmj Small Grmim Grwmtn Aamdatiem Im Buckle OfteTAIIs Biggest selling overall in the worlds Here It Is! the Velie fVladel 48 You must see the car to appreciate the striking beauty of this new, Straight line, High Cowl Body,Design, Distinctive Radiator and Hood, Bevel-Border Fenders, Oc tagonal Lamps. And you must try the car to know what the sensational new Velie-Continental motor means. This is the Burns low grade fuel. Ha3 more responsive power, more speed, no vibration, no noise. Costs less to run. Also we are exclusive agents for The Hudson Super5ix and Essex Cars If you want a real Automobile value, phone or write us and we will be glad to give you a demonstration. Fulton Motor . Go. 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