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"THE HOUSE THAT UNDERSELLS "THEM ALL." Johnson Transfer to. Operating' the Gibbs vStag'e Line. The Line that Runs All the Year. We always keep enough cars to meet all trains. Automobile Livery Hire for All Occa- sions we never sleep. Our Drivers Know the Roads Our Cars Make the Trips Satisfaction is Our Motto Ask us for Prices We will go any where at any time day or night as cheaply as any one. Call Palace Hotel to find our drivers at night. Home 62 OFFICE. PHONES Cumb. 10 The Commercial, Union City, Tenn. FRIDAY. JULY 30, 1920. Begin the Month Eight. Enter into Hi3 gates with thanks giving, and into his courts with praise. Learn with us how the Ark blessed the house of Obed-edom. Bible school le3son begins at 9:50 at Christian Bible School. When you BUILD Let US Furnish he BUILDERS DWARE you need Program for Lions Club Meeting s Next Tuesday. Luncheon Palace Hotel. Discussion and presentation of plan by Mr. W. G. Reynolds of put ting our county roads in good condi tion for the coming winter. Appoint ing committees to carry out the good road plans. A full atteindance of all members is requested, for we must have good roads this winter; and if we expect to have them we aro going to be com pelled to each take a personal inter est in the matter of our roads. Tell your architect when he hands you an estimate of the cost of that new building that you want him to figure on that sort of builder's hardware we sell. Poor stuff is the most costly in the long run. Therefore, let us have your hardware business because OUR HARDWARE IS THE BESTj IT STANDS THE TEST Frank C. Wehman THE HOME OF THE MAJESTIC RANGE. Conservati Saveyour coat &vest timr .. i -i v of One way to save real money these days is to purchase a pair of separate trousers. Let them match the months of wear that still remain in your old suits. We sell the well-known Dutchess brand, guaranteed to give you maximum service. $3.50 to $12.50 W, G. Clagett Co. Nailling Hospital. Miss Lester Hall, of this city, was operated on Saturday afternoon for appendicitis. Miss Hall is doing nicely. . Mr3. Mary Dover was operated on Monday for appendicitis. Mr. Will McDaniel, who wa3 oper: ated on last week for appendicitis, is recovering rapidly. - Mrs. L. E. Wade, who was operated on last week for gall stones, etc., is recovering rapidly. Mrs. Carl Hickok has recovered from her recent operation and re turned to her home on Second street. Mrs. Murray Dozier, of Mason Hall, is here for treatment. Revival at Troy. A very interesting revival at Troy closed this week. This was a meet ing conducted at the old courthouse by Rev. Geo. Tucker, a former rail road opcrr tor at Jackson, Tenn. Some twenty-six or twenty-seven conver sions of religion were had, and among the number some well known citizens, including Mr. John W. Ben nett. Mr. Bennett has long Jjeen con nected with leading business inter ests and at the same tine has many very liberal and charitable acts to his cvedlt. His conversion, we are told, was like the awakening of Saint Paul. It moved him to a pub lic declaration of faith in God. Recruiting Station. Pvt. William C. Stafford, of the 5th Field Artillery, who escorted the body of Howard Childress, to Union City last Friday, was a visitor at the station Friday and Saturday. Sergeant Joe Don, of Co. E, 26 th Infantry, reported for temporary du ty at the recruiting station Monday. Sgt. Don went to Samburg Friday and returned Wednesday with two recruits for the 2t Infantry. They were Levi Griffith, and Cloyd Shaw. Sergeant Bennett will report at the main station, Nashville, Aug. 4 to be dischaarged. He will be re-, enlisted Aug. 5 and return to Union City. This station has just received or ders to accept a few men of "above the average type" for duty in Ger many. This opportunity holds good until eighteen hundred mccn are procured about three days. American Legion. The following letter is being sent the members of the local post: A meeting of the .Milton Talley Post of the American Legion is here by called to be held In the County Court room at Union City, Saturday, July 31, at 2:00 p.m. This meeting is of great impor tance and it is for this reason that this letter is being sent you. It is suggested that you bring with you to the meeting all the ex-service men that you can. This meeting is called for the pur pose of electing delegates to the State convention to be held in Memphis. Also other business of importance such as the position the Legion will take in reference to bodies of sol diers returned to this country for burial, drive for an American Legion home, organization, of a baseball team, etc. , ' Don't fail to be present. E. P. WADDELL, Commander. B Wed Mar vSale Day This is Your Chance to Make a Big Saving on Every Dollar you spend. Be Sure and Visit Our Store. This Jpale is For One Day Only, nesday,' August 4 4 100 Ladies Hats, regular price $3.50 to $5.00, Dollar day price $1.00 70-inch Table Linen, regular price $1.50 per yd., Dollar day price 1.00 36-inch Silk Poplin, regular price $1.75 per yd., Dollar day price 1.00 40-inch Figured Voiles, regular price $1.75, Dollar day price 1.00 22x44 inch Turkish Towels, regular price $1.50 per pr., Dollar day price 1.00 Ladies Voile Organdy Waists, regular price $ 1 .50, Dollar day price 1 .00 Boy's Wash Suits and Rompers, regular price $ 1 .50, Dollar day price 1 .00 Children's Gingham Dresses, regular price $1.50 to $2, Dollar day price 1. 00 Men's Four-in-hand Silk Ties, regular price $2.25, Dollar day price 1.00 Men's Mule Skin Work Shoes, regular price $1.75, Dollar day price 1.00 Men's Silk Hose, regular price 65c, two pair Dollar day price 1 .00 Men's Silk Lisle Hose, regular price 35c, four pair Dollar day price.,. 1.00 Men's Lisle Hose, regular price $1.50, Dollar day price 1.00 Men's Union Suits, regular price $1.50, Dollar day price . 1.00 Ladies' Silk Hose, regular price $1.50, Dollar day price , 1.00 Ladies' Wash Petticoats, regular price 75c. each, two Dollar day price.. 1.00 Men's Union Suits, regular price 1.50, Dollar day price.. 1.00 Boys' Overalls, regular price $1.50, Dollar day price 1 .00 ' Children's Shoes and Slippers, regular price $2, Dollar day price 1 .00 Ladies' Purses, regular price $1.25 t: $1.50, Dollar day price 1.00 Huck Towels, 16x32, 6 towel s, regular price $1.25, Dollar day price 1.00 We haven't the space to mention all the Dollar Bargains for our Dollar Day, but you will not regret a visit to our store on Dollar Day. Save money while the op portunity is here. Don't forget the date, Wednesday, August 4. ONE DAYONLY. , EORBY'S, THE SPOT. UNION CITY, TENN. :? v w '" JR ! m .ij.i a ' 1 , z?T " Tl i tr- , ; s ?j mM--m, -... JZZ ' ' - - ' THE THINKEE. Rodin's statue, "The Thinker." To i the golden age of twenty ' "The To the thousand of youths of tho . Thinker Is a mere hulk of molded country who vi3it Golden Gate ark, bronze, and even the art of the San FrancisCo, California, yearly, ! molder is overlooked in the passing few stop for as much as a glance at: show of routh. 'Few there are who gaze long and hard in the face of "The Thinker" or wonder what thoughts inspired the wonderful Rodin and the long years of toil that made this masterpiece of the age possible. ' . 'J - - ... I t"