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The Commercial, Union City, Tenn.
Y Folks Eat Ordinary Corn Flakes doritknowr how good Corn Flakes can he until they try ' PostToasties says At Grocers Everywhere! FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1920. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. The Real Foundation of every Good Building' The Name: MUfi"'"i i"" n0' " '"" ' '' ' "' ' " !SSSst "' 1 ' 1 1" 1 I "T NAILLING-KEISER HARDWARE CO. Plumbing, Heating, Roofing and Hardware Assure Stability Plumbing Heating and Sheet Metal Work PHONE 27 Builders Supplies Refrigerators Perfection Oil Stoves Paint Miss Harton, of Dyersuurg, was a visitor inhe city this week. Mr. Sam Lovelace has bought the Voorheia home and will move this week. Eat at Forrester's. Mr. H. K. Johnson, of Forest City, Ark., spent two days in our city this week. Mr. Emmtt Whipple and bride have returned to their home in St. Louis. Bon Air Coal Is best. Phone 150. Dr. F. M. McRee, Commissioner of Agriculture, was here last week at tending to business. Miss Mary Hill Mosier was a vis itor with relatives and frfiends last week in Dresden. Boys' union suits, 60c. K. & K. Store. Mr. Chester Craig, who has been very sick, is very much, better and left the hospital yesterday.. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Johnson, of Memphis, were in the city this week visiting relatives and friends. Boys' Genuine Mohair Caps, ?1.'25. K. & K. Store. . The skating rink has departed to I the regret of some of the young peo ple and Joy of the older ones. Miss Rose - Sullivan and mother went to Memphis this week to visit the family of Dr. H. N. Sullivan. Nice line of candy, fruits and cigars at Forrester's. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wbeeler have returned from a visit to their daugh ter, Mrs. Glenn Davis, in St. Louis. Mr. McGee, a Jeweler from Cin cinnati, visited at the home of his cousin, Mr. B. O. Stratton, this week. Boys' Kool Kloth Suits $6.00 less 10 per cent. K. & K. Store. Mr. and Mrs. Hughes Hunt are in from a successful school at Water Valley, Miss., spending the vacation with kinspeople in Number Seven. n FA A) r Ir3 r On Ladies' and Misses Slippers Gome and See Them 100 pair of. Ladies" and Misses Slippers, all kinds, colors, styles and sizes; worth from $4.00 to $6.00, your choice for 75 pair of Ladies' and Misses Slippers, all sizes, colors and styles; worth from $2.50 to $4.00, your choice for .. .$1.50 We are going to clean out on all our ladies' slippers and white canvas shoes this week, so hurry on while yfru can get your . size. They are worth twice the price. , 200 Straw Hats-Mens and Boys-going at 1-3 their value Special price on all Ladies Mens and Children's Hosiery SUGAR "Felt Like Eating" Man and Wife, All Run-Down from Farm Work, Were Greatly Helped by Ziron. M T WIFE and I. after a hard spring on the farm, were urea and run-down, says Mr. E. B. Murkey, of Route 1, Acworth, da. "We neither felt well. I knew my blood was bad, aa 1 had little bolls on the back of my neck. We felt we needed a builder. We bad heard of Ziron and thought It must be what we needed. It certainly was, We took It faithfully, and after a week or inch a matter we began to leel better. My wife felt like cooking. and I sure felt like eating. "Ziron sure did ns good. It made ns both feel stronger and better for the fall work, which everyone knows is "some work' on a farm. My bolls began to dry up, though Just at first they seemed worse. "We are much better and can highly recommena ziron, ana giaaiy do so lor it sure aia us good. Ziron is a safe, reliable, tonle medi cine, good for men, women and child' ren, when an iron tonic is Indicated. It Is easy to take and contains no habit-forming drugs. Ask your druggist or dealer. Maxwell House Blend, 3 lb. can $1.55, 1 lb can 55c Morning Joy, 3 lb. can $1.55, 1 lb. can . ,L 55- French Market, 3 lb. can $1.45, 1 lb. pkge -J"45c Home Wood, 3 lb. can 51.50, 1 lb. can . 5QC Cash Grocery Compaiiy P. S We offer pure Hog Lard put up in 45 lb. stands net, country style, per stand $! 1.75 Comparatively Few Men keep enough money in the baDk to pay all their store bills, other little debts and the expenses of an ordinary uneral, to say nothing of lifting a mortgage or note. Where is the money to come from if no Life In surance is carried, unless some property is sold or mortgaged? Here is One Man's Experience as He Tells It. "Where I once, lived a neighbor owned a farm that was heavi ly mortgaged. This young man had a wife aud three children. He was stricken with typhoid fever and died three weeks later. Had it not been fora five thousand policy on h'u life, which he had only taken three months before, . everything would have been sold under the hammer. Another neighbor lost heavily ' one winter feeding cattle, and just at the time. bis affairs need ed bim most,, he was taken with pneumonia and died. His loss on cattle, with otb, er debts acd . unusual expenses, wiped out nearly everything. He had thought of taking a policy to pro tect wife and children, but put it off until he got in better shape, as be put it, to pay the premium." If a man cannot arrange to pay a premium, how would he expect his widow to support the children, educate them and pay interest on bor rowed money? Let me get you a good policy with guaranteed low cost, no increase in premiums. Get protected now, it is a duty you owe WHITE&QUINN SEE R. IL WHITE . ' Modern Veterinary Hospital c. W. YOUNGBLOOD, D. V. Graduate Veterinarian Calls Answered Promptly Both Phones Millions of children are starving by the band of the Hun-Turk brute combination! Give to the Hear East Fund Domino sugar is the best white cane granulated made, it is put up in 2 and 5 pound 07 U cartons, Price per pound ) . Z 1 2u But to further introduce our High Grade Coffee, we will sell ALL THIS WEEK , For every pound of coffee you buy from us we will sell you 2 pounds of this fine sugar for. .. 5QC Mrs. Maggie.stitt, of Fulton, was And for every 3 pounds of coffee you buy from us we will sell vou 5 Bounds in tne city tne nrst 01 me ween vis- r .1 r t itine her brothers. R. E. and Cheater 6 , Craig. -Boys Genuine Mohair Caps. - SdeCt YOUf Coffee FrOm Tll.S L.St ii.zo. ft.. & is., siore. Mrs. T. B. Rice and Miss Scott, of Dallas, Texas, are in the city visit ing in the home of Mrs. Rice's daugh ter, Mrs. D. N McClure, Church street. Mr. and Mrs. Dodd have returned from their wedding trip and spent a few days at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Doc Caldwell, on Main street. Boys' Genuine Mohair Caps, $1.25. K. & K. Store. J. P. Morris, who is now connected with the Quaker Oats Co. as travel ing salesman, will be here from Phil adelphia in a few days for a visit to homefolks. Mr. W. T. Wilburn, a prosperous farmer from Number Seven, was here this week looking over the town with a view of buying proper ty i nd locating here. Mrs. Cato Davis left last week, ac companying her father, Mr. Jake Mc Ree, of Missouri, for Colorado Springs, where they are, located as visitors for the -summer. Miss Lucille Bradshaw, former res ident of Union City, who has been attending Milligan College for the last two years, left June 6 for Chica go Musical College, where, she will study voice during the summer and perhaps the coming year. r For Miss Hurt. , The Misses Stovall entertained in their home on Main street, "Thursday evening, June 3, with a kitchen shower in honor of Miss Ed Lois Hurt, whose marriage to Mr. Harry Monoroe will be solemnized the morning of June 23 at the Meth odist Episcopal Church. The home was attractively dec orated with pink rambler roses and ferns. Frances Lockman Stovall presided at the register, each guest giving some kitchen .advice Just under her name. After a musical program, the kitchen advice was read and the honoree was asked to unveil a statue, which was a kitchen goddess sur rounded with many gifts. Forty guests had the- pleasure of enjoying the Misses Stovall's hos ' fVP 'a''itim i,. -wmamiviw v -Mt.-x .-al .. 1 (agBjj) Cooking Made Easy, . XgagF .in a Cool Kitchen J Pathe . Phonograph manufacturers say to their agents, "Make it strong; guarantee every cabinet, motor and the records; we will back up every sale by our deaier." Gray & Dudley Hdw. Co., State jobbers, say, "Our reputation and responsibility is be hind every Pathe sold by the Pathe MubIc Co..bf Union City," Read I Mil YV ith a -New Perfection Oil Cook Stove in your kitchen you have under your finger one to four separate cooking fires every " one controlled to burn either at white heat or for gentle warm ing or stewing. No heat is wasted. The kitchen doesn't swelter. There is no soot, smoke or disagreeable odor to the New Per fection. No carting of coal and ashes, either. It bakes, broils, roasts and toasts, and you don't have to learn to juggle several dishes so as to give each one its turn over the hot coals. The New Perfection comes in one to four burners, with or with out cabinet, and oven. Used in over 8,000,000 homes. For best results use Stanocola Burning Oil NEW PERFECTION OIL CO OK STOVES STANDARD OIL CO. OF LOUISIANA ) HomeXJffic andRefinery, Baton Route, La. Salea Department and Main Station - Little Rock," Art NEW ORLEANS, LA. 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