Nothing Like These Values Anywhere
Hart SchafFner .& Marx
$45.00 $50.00 $55.00 $60.00 . $65.00 $75.00
suits and overcoats suits and overcoats suits and overcoats
$29.50 $32.50 $37.50
New prices on New Shoes All Boy's SllitS at 50 Dozen
Custom made lines at pgr CGIlt Off. Men's $3.00 Shirts at
$4.50 & $6.50 IFAPTCRVJEWTSAT,S. . $1.45
W. Q. CLAG1
THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES;
The Commercial, Union City, Tenn.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1921.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
To prevent a cold take 666.
F. B. Caldwell was In Trenton last
week on business.
Mi38 Nell Nailling spent several
days last week with relatives in Sha
ron. A. E. Owen la in from his territory
as salesman for the Childs Specialty
Ice all the year. Call 150. '
J. L. Haguewood, of Rutherford,
fti in thie city this week as a busi
Mr. Geo. A. Nagle, of Paducah, was
la tho city the first of the week as a
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Johnson are
entertaining a fine new-born babe,
arriving last week.
It does not pay to buy cheap
lamps. AVERITT ELECTRIC CO.
Mrs. Mattie Taylor, of Dresden,
was a visitor here this week with
friends in Union City.
Mr. Charley Cloar and family have
moved into their new home, the for
mer W. G. Reynolds home.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hall ,of Martin,
were in the city this week visiting in
the home of Mr. and Mr3. B. C. Bram
ham. EDISON LAMPS will not turn
Mr. Otho Beck has returned from
California, where he has been as a
representative of the Childs Specialty
Mr. Charley Whitley, of Brook
port, Illinois, is visiting his grand
father, Mr. Chas. Wilson, north of
' Union City.
M. Joe Frentfh writes from Buck
ingham, Fla., that he is located for
tho winter and that the weather and
water are fine.
Roller-screened nut coal at Un
ion City Ice & Coal Co.
J. S. Roberts, of Jackson, was in
the city the first of the week attend- j
Ing the funeral of his friend, the late
Hon. Seid Waddell.
Miss Mollie Bourne is in St. Louis
reviewing the new spring tyles and
buying new millinery goods for the
Amberg store in Hickman.
More light for less money if
you buy your Electric Light Globes
Mrs. Geo. A. Gibbs, Jr., and little
children, George III and Lady Ruth,
have returned from a visit to Mrs
Gibbs' parents at Savannah, Ga.
J. R. Brown, of Hickman, was here
as a visitor Tuesday. Mr. Brown was
a native of Troy and has been a res
ident of Hickman for forty years.
Mr. Allie Cathey, of Denver, Colo.,
is in the city this week visiting in
the home of his sisters, Mrs. Mary
Crenshaw and Mrs. Harris Earks.
Big Reduction in Stoves and
Ranges.- We take your old stove as
part pay. Ask Wehman.
Mrs. Ina Mai Nailling is spending
tho winter in Tampa, Fla, The Tam
pa Times records her as a visitor
from the Volunteer State until June.
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Huey have lo
cated on Palmer street, in the home
bought of H. P. Taylor. Mr. and
Mrs. Huey wcro former residents of
The best is the cheapest in coal.
Mr3. W. H. Morris and son left this
week, to visit relatives and friends
near Bon Aqua, where they will
spend several weeks with Mrs. Mor
ris mother and relatives.
The many friends in Union City
regret the serious illness of Uncle
Bob Nailling at Sharon. Mr. Nail
ling has not enjoyfid good health for
some time and is getting very feeble.
Buttermilk Starting Food raises
every chick hatched. Once tried
Always Used. Get.lt at Wehman's.
Mr. J. E.. Campbell and family
have returned from Hulbertc Ark.,
where they have been for the last
year, and have purchased a new
home on Exchange street, where they
will be located.
Miss Sara FJanary left Monday
night going to St. Louis, Chicago
and Indianapolis to buy a new stock
of ladies' hats and millinery for the
coming spring, to be seen at her
store in Union City. j
If you want to buy a good home at
a low price, see John Baird.- Phone 256
The local lodge, W. O. W., at its
regular meeting held last Monday
night, elected Messrs. W. J. Hopper,
W. E. Jackson, W. I. Garrett end W.
H. Forrester as delegates to the
Head Camp meeting to be held at
Knoxville beginning March 8.
NOW i3 the time to spray your
trees. Lime, Sulphur and Scalecide
assures you a bountiful crop of per
fect fruits. Wehman's.
Mrs. W. R. Hendrix, of St. Charles,
Mo., and Mr .E. P. Waddell, Baton
Rouge, La., were called to Union City
on account of the death of their fath
er, Hon. Seid Waddell. They were
here Tuesday for the funeral.
Mrs. S. E. Brown has returned
from a two weck3 visit to relatives in
Marion, 111. She was accompanied
home by her nioco, Mrs. Drew Hart
well. She will spend several days
here visiting as she has quite a num
ber of relatives in Union City and
Reduced prices on paint that
won't come off. Wo have paint for
every purpose. Wehman's.
Rev. Robt. A. Clark, Presiding El
der of the Union City District, will
preach at the Methodist Church in
Union City next Sunday morning at
11 o'clock. Rev. Clark preaches here
only once every three months, and
the entire congregation is invited to
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Parr and little
son, James Harris, of San Antonio,
Texas, and Mrs. Will Ramsey, of
Trenton, spent tho week end with
their aunt, Mrs. Fletcher Nailling.
Mr. and Mrs. Parr were en route to
St. Louis, where Mrs. Parr will Join
friends for a trip to New York.
James Craig and Lola Barker.
Joo Gilton and Nellie Craig.
C. H. Klopp snd Carrie L. Fox.
Jas. Noonan and Mary Isbell.
Guy Harden and Mary Diggs.
Real Estate Transfers.
L. C. Lee and wife to Mrs. Mary L.
Wiggins et al., lot in No. 16, $2750.
J. B. Wheeler to W. W. Woodring,
30 acres In No. 3, $500.
Ive Lippard et al. to T. H. Lippard
et al., lot in No. 15, $375.
R. L. Howell et al. to J. N. Mcln-
tyre, lots in No. 15. $1900.
C. G. Taylor et al. to S. S. Curry,
lot in No. 16, $500.
L. F. Grissom et al. to J. A. Colley,
lot in No. 16, $500.
E. H. Lannom to Dr. W. A. Nail
ling, iot in No. 13, $23u.
J. C. Swiggart et ux. to S. J. Swig
gart, lot in No. 16, $530.
THE COMMERCIAL 1893.
Don't neglect signals of distress
in the kidneys. Backache, nervous
disorders, pale complexion, dark
ring3 about the eyes mean kidney
trouble. Begin promptly taking
Prickly Ash Bitters; it is a kidney
remedy of the first class. Price $1.25
per bottle. Sold by all dealers.
W. P. Richards, the First street
stationer and book dealer, has a card
in this issue.
Miss Alice Kroger left for Nash
ville last Wednesday. She will be
absent for several weeks.
Mr. Ed Gilbert spent Sunday with
his sister, Mrs. Eugene Gardner, at
Mr. Lexie Parks and his bonnie
bride returned home last Wednesday
evening from New Orleans.
Uncle Ben Herring, who has been
spending the winter in Mobile, re
turned home last Monday.
Misses Lou and Bonnie Anderson,
of Troy, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Cavo J. Crockett on Church street.
Miss Fanchon White, who has
been visiting friends in Dresden for
several weeks, returned last Monday.
Morgan & Hardy, the clothiers, are
roady for the spring trade with an
unusually large and well selected
stock of new goods.
Hardy Bros., the "old reliable"
shoe dealero, are crowding their
house from floor to ceiling with! the
latest styles In "footwear."
Mr. Selmo Harris, a prominent
stock raiser of Rives, was in the city
Monday. Mr. Harris is devoting his
energies to the encouragement of
raising better stock.
Mrs. T. A. Cathey left for New Or
leans last Friday, where she will vis
ifher brothers." She will also visit
her daughter, Mary, who is going to
school, before returning.
Your attention is specially called
to the announcement of the opening
of Max Layne'3 new doming house.
This enterprising merchant has fitted
up an establishment- that would be
a credit to many of our cities.
Mr. R. P. Whitesell, of this city,
and Mi3S Clara Hunter, of Sikeston,
Mo., werer married last Wednesday
morning at 10 o'clock, at the resi
dence of the bride's father, Mr. Ben
F. Hunter. Tho ceremony was per
formed by Dr. John W. Mathls, of
the First Methodist Church in St.
Louis, in the presence ofA large cir
cle of relatives and friends of the
Sure Hatch Incubators and
Brooders hatch every egg and care
for all the chicks. Get them at Wehman's.
We are again receiving plenty of
We are not handling any inferior grades to sell cheap.
OBION COUNTY FARMS.
ROBERT BELL, Attorney
506-7-8 Fourth and First
National Bank Building'
The Commercial for 1921 going good
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