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J I J ) Hi Bank Election. At a meeting of the directors of the Old National Bank last Tuesday, H. A. Beck was elected president to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Seid Waddell. Z. W. Corum was elected director. - Leonidas Polk Chapter. The Daughters of the Confederacy will meet with Mrs. W. H. Swiggart, Main street cn Thursday, March' 17, at 2:30 p.m. Your presence is re quested. 1 f A SPECIAL is v f -non?. i j I 1 1 -1 i CQonceriiI ay 0 4 v.- OF Ladies' Spring Coats, Suits, Presses, Skirts and Waists. Wednesday, larch 16, 1921 A special showing of all that is new for Spring will be on display at our store on the above date. . MR. W. B. LILLARD, an expert fitter from New York, representing several of the leading manufacturers of v his city, will have charge of this sale and will take your individual measurement for any spring garment you may neeol, thus assuring you a' perfect fit, in any color, material or style you may desire your spring coat, suit, dress, skirt or waist. ' Special low prices will prevail and you will be surprised at the actual saving made during this sale. , UNION CITY, TENN. J), Hemstitching Button Making The two popular ideas in trimming garments this sea - son, expertly done. Phone 388-J. Mrs. Woodard. . SWEET POTATO SLIPS. Two thousand bushels on fresh new ground beds. For best healthy Nancy Hall and Florida , Yam, slips from new beds at 25c per hundred. $2.00 per thousand. ' Write for prices ou large lots. , 51-3m. It. A. Nanta, Gleason, Tenn. , Reign of Terrorism. Chattanooga, Tenn., March 8. Conditions in Jackson County, Ala., arc worse than In the dark" days of reconstruction following the Civil War, and unless the governor dis patches troops to tha scene of dis turbance the county officials propose to organize citizen pobscs, who will shoot to kill to stop terrorism, ac cording to Mayor Claude Timberlake, of Stevenson, here to-day discussing night riding activities. "You never see a farmer more than 50 feet away from his home without a shotgun," said the mayor. The Commecial, Union City, Tenn. FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1921. MoreFouIii-yPinMoii You can get more eggs and make more xndney by feeding hens more material for making whites of eggs. No grain feed con tains anything like enough white-making material (protein). Aa a result; many yolks are formed in the hen's body that are never laid. Purina Poultry Chows fed together, make more eggs because they . supply the scientific balance ot all the elements '1 . . i i . a nen requires to produce the highest number or whites and yolks of which she is capable. Purina Poultry Qiows are sold 'under an iron-bound guaran tee of More Eggs or Money Back. Sold in Checkerboard Bags Only by Cash Grocery Company The House That Undersells Them AH PURINA Million Packets Of Flower Seeds Free We believe In flowers around the homes of the South. Flowers brighten up the borne surroundings and give pleasure and satisfaction to those who have them. We have filled more than a million .packets of seeds, of beautiful yet easily grown flowers to be given to our customers this spring for the beautifying of their homes. Wouldn't you like to have five packets of beautiful flowers free? YOU CAN GET THEM! Hastings' 1921 catalog la a 116-page handsomely Illustrated seed book with twenty beautiful pages showing the finest va rieties In their true natural colors. It is full of helpful garden, flower and farm Information that is needed in every home, and, too, the catalog tells you how to get these flower seeds ab solutely free. Write for our 1921 catalog now. It la the finest, most valuable and beau tlful seed book ever published, and you will be mighty glad you've got it. There is no obligation to buy any thing. Just ask for the catalog. H. G. HASTINGS CO., SEEDSMEN, ATLANTA, GA. Exchange Farms. Mr. Harry J. Naylor and Mrs. W. V. Carter closed a deal Wednesday. In the transaction Mr. Carter gets the 100-acre farm homo of Mr. Nay lor, located just east of this city, and M. Naylor get3 the 50-acre farm near Rives, the farm-home of Mr. Carter. OUR FULL LINE OF LADIES' SUPPERS has arrived. You will find the style and color that you want, at prices that will suit your purse. Watch our windows and you will be con vinced that Phil Hyman's Cut Price Store is the cheapest. Thursday Afternoon CarjJ Club. The Thursday Afternoon Card Club met last week with Mrs. Mel vin Watson. Miss Carmen Parks won high score, a lovely set of tea napkins. Mi3s Clatie Andrews cut consolation,. A delightful salad course was served. -Death of Marvin Lane. Marvin Lane, who was here for an operation at tl.e hospital, died Tues day, the 8th inst., at 9 o'clock p.m., and the remains wero carried to Gardner for burial. The young man was a son of Mr. Sam Lane, of Mount Pelia. He was 14 years of age. "Cold In the Head" In an scuta attack of Nasal Catarrh. Per- , sons who are subject to frequent "cold; in tne neaa win nna tnai wo uuo m HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will build up the System, cleanse the Blood and render them less liable to colas. Repeated attacks of Acute Catarrh may lead' to Chronic Catarrh. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is tak. en Internally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. All Pruforfsts 75c. Testimonials free. 1100.00 for any case of catarrh that HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will not euro F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. NOTICE. Having sold my interest in the Citizens Auto Co. garage to Richard A. Somcnes, I ask all who owe the firm to come forward and settle. I take this opportunity of thanking the public for their many favors. 51-ltpd W. J. RUST. - The Chicken Law. The chicken law will be enforced to the strict letter of the law, from now on. Chickens must be kept off streets and on your own premises This means you. By order of the City Recorder. T. P. NOAH, Marshal. PURINA I CfHCKEK TO THE PUBLIC. We wish to thank our many cus tomers in Union City for their orders last year, and now as spring is here any one thinking of having a monu ment erected will do well to write us for prices before placing orders. High-class material" and workman ship at reasonable pTices. Can ship promptly. 50tf J. J. SNYDER, Prop. Eclipse Marble Granite Works, An Old Reliable Tonic Alton Park, Tenn. "Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery cannot be excelled as a tonic and blood- purifier. I have taken it as a tonic and to purify the blood and it was excel lent. I also found It good for stomach trouble. And Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are a fine system regulator. I found them espe- 1 clallvsrood for con- Ji stlpatlon and billons attacks and they also tone up the liver and drive impure itles from the system In a very 'mild way." J. S. HUGHES, 114 Rogers, Street. You can procure a trial package of the "Discovery Tablets" by sending 10 cents to the Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N, Y. W. C. T. U. - I Dear Comrades: . When this reaches you, the time will havo arrived when we are urged by Mother National and also our State W. C. T. U. to begin an inter national drivo for a million members Campaign starts March 10, and con tinues until the 10th of May. If you have not already done so, please order leaflets at once and be gin. Our county slogan "Every One Win One," (which is also the State slogan) was unanimously adopted at tiie la."t county conven tlon, and we must carry it out, in fact, we can't afford not to do it. Remember, tco, dear co-workers, that we also took as another aim, "Every Union Organize a New Un ion." . Let us carry out every one of these pledges to the very best of our abil ity. If wo can assist you in any way, call on us. Also if there be a com munity desirous of being organized, do not hesitate to. ask for assistance, for we are anxious and willing to help. Another one of our lms which is of far-reaching impart is that "We will make an earnest, combined ef fort to have -an S. T. S. Essay con test held in every public school in the county." Are we doing it? If not, it Isn't yet too late, so please let us not neglect it. The County and State, also Mother National, are ready to reward the es says found to be the best. Get them ready and send to Supt. Vaughn- by June 15. All together now for a great work in Obion County between now and IJMay 10. , - ' Then anothter reminder and I am thru for this time. State officers are urging us to pay our dues now so they can plan the year's work more satisfactorily. I'm suro we are not going to fall on this either. x v . Lovingly, MRS. W. J. CALDWELL, County Pres. W. C. T. U. Uuited States Tires are good tires. Reece Alexander's Garage. frZDUCEl) PRICES' ' Our suits and overcoats are always "nifty" and good; our prices are always low for the "up" quality. But now we have made BIG REDUCTIONS in our prices to quickly sell out what is left of our winter stock of clothing and furnishing goods suits, overcoats, shirts, underwear, ties every thing. Come in and buy what you need and SAVE MONEY. Wear our good, "Nifty" clothes. W. G. CLAGETT CO FORRESTER DARNELL TAXI Welding and General Repairing. All Work Guaranteed. EVER-READY BATTERIES Sold and Guaranteed. Eighteen Months Guarantee. BATTERIES RECHARGED Phone 26 Harpole-Walker- Furniture Company FUNERAL DIRECTORS -WHITESELL HARPOLE " J. L RANSON, Jft. 354 AND 216-3 RINGS 432 AND 32 OFFICE PHONE 99 UNION CITY. TENN. What Better Drink for Table Use than Postom Cereal When well boiled-twenty minutes or more it has a rich color and a partic ularly delightful flavor. In these respects, Postum Cereal is the eo.ual oF Cine coffee; and much better for Health . Jheres a Reason SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE Made "by Postum Cereal Company, Inc. Battle Creek, MiK. -M-l4iU-J.JIMIMM4U4Uf4UCgaga Vgfcm CP i I ..J f f .