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$14.79 -will pay 1 years' Premium on
$1000.00 Life Policy age 35.
Jno. T. Walker a Co.
More than 25 years spent in serving' the Insuring Public. We
appreciate your business.
PHONE 118. : : : : UNION CITY, TENN.
CLASSIFIED ADS
FOR SALE Six
Packing Co. ctcock.
Schmidt.
stares Reynolds
Apply to Martin
44-tt
FOR RENT 2 rooms, furnished
or unfurnished. Nice location. For
particulars apply at this office. 46tf
A BARGAIN in a Chandler car.
See Mrs. Cam Park or phone 280-J.
61-tt,,
FOR SALE-Corn, oats and hay.
49tf DALLAS FORESTER,
R. F. D. No. 1, Union City, Tenn.
WANTED The address of J. A.
Jones and L. E. Johnson. Notify
Woosley'B Groeery. 61-lt
WANTED To exchange good
used Chevrolet car for Jersey cows or
hogs. Apply this office. 48-tf
WANTED To exclange a good
7 -passenger automobile for city prop
erty. Car in good condition, newly
painted. Call phone 221., -50-3t
LOCUST POSTS for sale. Have
about seven thousand at" 30 cents
each in Union City. Reelfoot Lake
Land Co. See G. W. Phebus, Jr. 50tf
FOR SALE Full blooded Rhode
Island 'Red Eggs, full strain; 15 for
$1.0,0. Phone ,2J16. Mrs. Enloe
Chiles. 49 utpd
LOST Cameo brooch, on First or
Division streets. -Liberal reward if
returned to Mrs. Arnn's Millinery
Store. . 51-tf
FOR SALE Hatching eggs, S. C.
R. I, Reds; $1.50 and $2.00 per 15.
Phone '322-J. G. F. Schleifer, 425
E. Harrison, Union Cit, Tenn. 43-tf
- WANTED By man and two
grown sons, good farm to cultivate
on chares. Write me what you have
to offer. , 51,-lt
R. H.'OWIS, Linden, Tenn.
FOR SALE Pianos, Player Pia
nos, Phonographs. Tuning, Regu
lating. ReDairing. 51-lt
A. N. DICKSON, Phone 101.
FOR SALE Shepperd's Famous
Anconas woiTs be3t winter layers.
A few hatching eggs this season at
$1.50 per setting. Rinaldo Bram
ha'm, 307 Court Sq. Phone 432. lp
FOR SALE 6-room home on N.
First street, opposite Training School.
Bath, furnace, good garage. Also
new piano, Dodge car in good run
ning condition.; Am leaving town.
Inquire this office. 51-tf
FOR SALE-One pen of Anconas,
seven pullets and one rooster, bred
from the superior Shepherd, strain.
They are early and beautiful and-are
continuous egg machines, $1.60 each
very cheep. Phone 146-J, ' 51-3t
MR3. D. N. WALKER)
B BY CHICKS S. C. R. I. Reds.
-Day old. Per 25, $5.00; per 50,
$8.50; per 100, $15.00. Order early.
First deliveries last of 'February.
G. F. Schleifer, 425 East Harrison
street. Union City, Tenn. Phone
322-J. ' Ektf
The Road
to quickProfii
TTHE Purina System is guar-
anteed to make chicks grow
s twice as fast, during the first
six weeks, as a grain ration.
This rapid all 'round develop
ment continues to maturity.
This is because the Purina
System supplies a perfectly
balanced diet for blood,
nerves, feathers, frame and
tissues. Grain is not
properly balanced.
, Rapid Development
Important
Your profits from fall
' . and Printer eggs and your
income from broilers de
pend on rapid develop
ment now. The Purina
Chow habit leads to the
profit column.
'. - Sold in Checkerboard
Bags Only
Cash Grocery Company
The House That Undersells Them All
The Commercial, Union City, Tens.
FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1921.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Call 150 for Bon Air. i
Mr. Kincaid, of Obion, was here
this week.
Ice all the year. Call 150.
Ladies' and children's spring
hats at Kirby's.
Mr. Geo. Tune, of Obion, was a vis
itor this week.
Did you know that EDISON
MAZDA LAMPS are the best.
"Mrsy Jim Roberts, of Troy, was a
visitor tni3 weeK
Why buy lamps that are not
standard. A VERITT ELECTRIC CO
Mr. Edmondson, of Cayce, was a
visitor this week.
Reserved - seats for Fisk Quar
tette at Woosley's. '
Mr A. M. Albright, of Obion, was
a Saturday visitor.
EDISON LAMPS will not turn
black.
Mrs. Harvey Toombs, of Obion, was
a yiaitor this week.
800-hour guarantee on ou
lamps. AVERITT ELECTRIC CO.
Mrs. Fred Dugger, of Obion, was
a visitor this week.
Get your Easter
Pumps at Kirby's.
Oxfords and
v r 50-2t
Mrs. Robert Rinehart, who has
been very ill, l3 improving.
Percale 10c 15c and 20c per yd
at Kirby's. 50-2t
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Agnew, of
Rives, were in the city this week.
Get your Easter Oxfords and
Pumps at Kirby's. , 50-2t
Mrs. W. E. Scates has returned
from a pleasant visit at Hickman.
See the lines of 5c and 10c laces
at Kirby's. 50-2t
Mr. Merritt T. Warren, of Ruther
ford, wasa ruslness visitor this wcek
Buy your Easter Hat at Kirby's
and save money.
-Mrs. Wilson, of Walnut Log, was
a visitor at the dentist's this week
- Dry kindling at Union City Ice
& Coal O.
I Mr. Jimmie,Holderman, of Fulton,
was a social visitor thh week in the
city.
Ladies and children's spring
hats at Kirly's.
Mr. Edmund Flowers, of Ruther
ford, was a business visitor here this
week.
Roller-screened nut coal at Un
ion City Ice & Coal Co.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Arnold are in
St. Louis this week for a few days
visit.
Did you know that the EDISON
MAZDA LAMP
than any lamp.
burns less current
THE PRETTIEST LINE..
of Ladies' Dew Spring Millinery in
the niftiest styles and the leading
colors at prices that will suit you are
on display at
PHIL HYMAN'S CUT PEICE STORE
W PURINA Kffl PURINA &
MHENCHO.VBilCHICKErJ?
fl (KMKH FEES) IHOWDERf
BACKACHE,PAIN IN SIDE,
HEADACHE
Nashville, Tenn. "Dr. Pierce's Fa-
vorite Prescription is the best med
juiuv i uave ever
taken.. I suffered
for a- long time
with feminine
l-l l. T 1
trouble. I would
become so nervous
that I would have
to give up and lie
down until I would
iV get quiet. I suf-
aches, pains in my
Bide and bearing
pains. I would
also have periodical spells of sick
headaches. I could not eat or sleep
and got where I was a physical wreck.
I decided to give Favorite Prescrip
tion a trial and It completely cured
me," MRS. ALICE McCLOUD, 1619
Sixth Ave. N. All druggists.
Mrs. Lou Rowland and Miss Mittie
Cayce wefe in Martin this week as
visitors.
United States - Tires are good
tires. Reece Alexander's Garage.
Mrs. S. H. Hall and daughter, Mar
garet, Of Martin, were in the city this
week as visitors.
United States Tires are good
tires. Reece Alexander's Garage.
Mrs.Gco. Wharton, of Martin, was
a visitor here this week with rela
tives and friends.
Two years guaranteed br.tteries
Philadelphia Diamond Grid. Reece
Alexander.
Little Harrison Scates, sftor a seri
ous illness during the past, few
weeks, is convalescing.
The best is the cheapest in coal.
Call 150. .' .
Mlss Edna Rose Moss, of Martin,
was the week-end guest of Misses
Lotie and Lera Capps.
Buy your Easter Hat at Kirby's
and save money.
Mrs. Scl Shatz, of Kenton, was a
visitor thia week in the city vlthi her
daughter, Mrs. Sam Byer.
Percale 10c 15c and 20c per yd.
at Kirby's. 50-2t
Mrs. Cbas. Kilgore and sistor, Miss
McWIiirter, of Martin, were in the
city this week chopping.
See the beautiful lino of Ladies"
Silk Dresses at Kirby's. 50-2t
Mrs. Price Poyner and daughter,
of Martin, were in the city as visitors
with Miss Sophia Poyner.
For Cannas, Dahlias and Ferns
see Mrs. A. E. McConnell. Phone 117.
Mrs. Josie Scates is spending the
winter at Savannah, Ga., "She will
return home about April first.
The Fisk Quartette have no su
periors. .
Mrs. H. P. Cotton, Mrs. McAdoo
Harris and Miss Jessie Callicott, of
Rives, vere in the city this week.
See the lines of 5c and 10c laces
at Kirby's. 50-2t
Mrs. Hamner Scott, of Dyersburg,
is a visitor this week in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Cobb, Main street
-For ferns, cannas and budding
plants see Mrs. Annie McConnell, 605
N. Ury Street. Phono 117.
Mrs .Albert Stovall, of Memphis,
was in the city this weeK visiting
her mother, Mrs. May Belle Hender
son. -
Messrs. w. w. Morrlo and son,
Wm., of Fulton, were in the city this
week.
For Cannas, Dahlias and Ferns
see Mrs. A. E. McConnell. Phone 117.
Mr. Cha. Fuller, of Tiptonvllle,
was a visitor this week in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Ike Wade.
Reserved seats for Fisk Quar
tette at Woosley's.
Mrs. Mollie Hamilton, Ury street,
has been quite sick for a week or so,
but Is improving this week.
Secure your reserved seats for
Fisk Quartette Monday night at
Woosley's.
W. M. Dlsmukeslias returned from
trip to Artesia and Mobile, but
wao slightly sick yesterday.
-The new hats at Mrs. Arnn's
will be one of the points of interest
for lady shoppers fh Union City this
spring. The new arrivals are very
attractive.
- See the beautiful line of Ladies'
Silk Dresses at Kirby's. . 50-2t
Mrs .Augusta Morton and daugh
ter, Miss Corinne, left this week for
a visit to relatives and friends in Ar
kansas.
The EDISON LAMP is the same
price as others. AVERITT ELEC.
CO.
Mias Loui3e Blanton, of Troy, and
Mrs. Mag Harris) of Rives, were in
the city thi3 week visiting Mr. and
Mrs. W. G. Harris.
Ladies, have your measure tak
en for a coat, suit or dress by Mr.
Lillard, of New York, Wednesday,
March 16, athatz Bros.
Mrs. R. B. Marshall was a visitor
this week in Obion with her sister,
Mrs. John Board, and her father,
Mr. W. W. Hutchison.
See Mra. Arnn's new hats. They
are shown in all the newest and most
popular sidles and inatcrials: New
arrivals every day.
f -Mr. Lillard. of New York, an
expert fitter of ladies' coats, suits
and dresses will be at Shatx Bros,
Wednesday, March T6, to take your
measure.
Mrs. Harry Cook, of Rives, wasva
visitor la the city Friday. MjOand
Mrs. Cook will soon be keeping house
in a pretty new home at Rives
Southworth, photographer, will
make sittings by appointment at his
residence March 14th to 19th, in
clusive. Phone No. 105.
THOS. SOUTHWORTH.
Mrs. Frank Ring and little daugh
ter, of Boston, are in the city visiting
at-the home of Mrs. Ring's parents,
Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Nailling, East
Main street.
Do you have spells of dizziness
when everything turns black before
the eyes? These are symptoms of
torpid liver and a clogged condition
of tht bowels. Take Prickly Ash Bit
ters and get rid of the misery. It is
a man s remedy for correcting such
disorders. Prico $1.25 .per bottle.
Sold by all dealers.
Mi. end Mr; Perry Brovder, of
Mount, ZIon, were in the city Wed
nesday. Mrs. Browder went to May-
field to visit Mr. Eston Browder, who
was very sick.
THEY'RE SELLING FAST, MEN
Have yon seen the all-wool suits for
$20 at Phil Hyman's Cut Price Store
Mrs. Frank Ring, formerly Miss
Ima Nailling, and little daughter
Evelyn, of Boston, are in the city vis
itlng Mrs. Ring's parents, Dr. and
Mrs. W. A. Nailling.
SPECIAL NOTICE TO FARMERS
I will do Irvine Vaccination. Se
rum charges at cost. Hogs in car
load lots, 5 cents per head. 50-2t
E. W. YOUNGBLOOD, D.V.M
Mr. w. M. Warterneld came over
from Nashville this week to look af
ter some business matters and spend
a short while visiting with some of
his many frjends here.
u.tne bowels are clogsed up
poisons get into the blood, causing
loss of strength, skin eruption, dizzi
ness an1 vertigo (blind staggers)
Prickly Ash Bitters will open the
bowels, drive out the impurities and
restore strength, energy and cheer
ful spirits. Price $1.25 per bottle
Sold by all dealers.
If you want to buy a good home
in Union City see John Baird. Phone
256. Al 1 conveniences and good
terms. Have two need but one
Somebody is gcing to get a bargain
WATCH OUR WINDOWS
FOR BARGAINS
The best merchandise that money
can buy for less at
PHIL HYMAN'S CUT PRICE STORE
Sam'I D. ,Vco8ley wants It under
stood there will be no additional ad
mission for the Fisk Quartette on ac
count of the -war tax. This tax is
included in the regular price of ad
mission, '
Attractive new stylos in ladies'
hats at Mrs. Arnn's. -
AT AVERITT ELECTRIC CO.
Saturday, April 26, the ladies of
the First Christian Church will have
an Easter bazaar of bonnets, aprons,
cakes, pies and candy. Will take or
ders for cakes. Phone 419.
. Mrs. T. K. Clark received a mes
sage Wednesday announcing the seri
ous illness of her daughter, Mrs. Le
na Manard, of Memphis. She has tu
berculosa and little hope Is enter
tained for her recovery.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
Sealed bids for the sanitary con
tract for the year beginning April 1,
1921, will be received at, the office
of the Recorder on or before Tuesday,
March 25, 1921.
By order of the Board of Mayor
and Aldermen.
W. L. BRYAN,
Chairman, Sanitary Cofhmittee.
Mrs. Arnn announces some ex
ceptionally charming and modish
new hats in her spring arrivals.
FOR SALE Good residence with
modern conveniences, o n College
street; also good br'ck storo house,
corner College and Home streets
Reasonable terms. Apply to or ad'
dress E. P. Wright, Hickman, Ky.
51-tf
E. S. Baker, for seven years pastor
of the First Christian Church at Dy
ersburg and one of the leaders of the
Church of Christ, an eminent pulpit
speaker and a popular miuistor, has
accepted a call from the First Chris
tian Church of Union City and will
be here for the beginning of his
work within sixty days. Mr.; Baker
and family wi'.l be acceptable addi
tions to the citizens of Union City
Iwd they will indeed be kindly wel
comed. Preparations are being made
fcr a comfortable new parsonage to
bo erected scon for the pastor and
family. .
EGGS FOR HATCHING.
S. S. R. I. Reds 1.50 per setting of
15. After 15 years experience in
raising poultry, I pronounce the Reds
the best general purpose breed' in
existence. Call and see my Reds.
51-6t O. E. MILLIKEN,
Cumberland Phone No. 575.
PHIL HYMAN'S CUT PRICE STORE
NEW SPRING GINGHAMS
at 10, 15 and 20 cents per yard at
Phil Hymans Cut Price Store. Our
dry goods department is complete in
every detail and yon will find that
Capital Stock $5 0,000.00 Under State of Tennessee
' Supervision
Total Resources more than Quarter Million Dollars.
Decide Today.
Independent or Dependant .
Statistics show that only 1 6 per cent of the people reaching
the age of 65 become independent, 84 per cent dependent on
others in old acre. i
Which class are you striving to be in 'at 65? , The success
of every business man in Union City has only been attained
by his own thrift, economy and saving habits, or from that of
some one else. This cannot be denied. Study your own in
dividual case and see if you are applying the three essentials
for a successful career. If
experience of your unsuccessful friend and begin now to save.
Start. with one dollar or
Exchange Bank. 1 0 per cent of your earnings each month or
week will assure you a competency and bank account you will
be proud of in the end. Hundreds and thousands are get-
ting the'saving habit, why not you?
Join our saving club today.' Same will be appreciated, be
it large or small. We promise you cordial, personal service.
MAKE OUR BANK YOUR BANK
4 Per cent paid on Time Deposits.
Farmers Exchange Bank
HARRIS PARKS.
President
W. V, HOLLOMON
A rat Cashier
c
OME ON.
FURNISH
UP Y0UR
XITCHEN WITH NEW
THINGS
HOUSEWIVES SHOULD
PREPARE DAINTY DISHES
TOOLS. WE HAVE, ALL OF
YOU NEED. FROM A SCRUBBING BRUSH UP.
WE CAN. NO DOUBT. SHOW YOU NEW WORK-SAVING
UTENSILS THAT YOU HAVE
LOOK AROUND.
EACH TIME YOU SEE
YELLOW KID TWINS. REMEMBER THAT WE HAVE
EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE.
PAINT EARLY WITH PURE
LEAD AND OIL PAINT..
OUR PRICE IS
$3.75 PER GALLON.
BUTTERMILK STARTING FOOD
RAISES EVERY CHICK HATCHED.
FEED v IT AND WATCH THE BABY
CHICK'S GROW.
ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED-
ALUMINO 14-MESH SCREEN
WIRE-WON'T RUST
COMPLETE -LINE SCREEN
DOORS. BIG VALUES $3.00
OIL STOVES
LONG OR SHORT BURNERS THAT
ARE GUARANTEED TO PLEASE, OR
YOUR MONEY REFUNDED.
THE HOME OF THE MAJESTIC RANGE.
OUR HARDWARE WEARS.
Frank C.
The Post Office
- is across the street '
from
CLOYS SEPUM COMPANY
UNION CITY, TENN.
it will pay yon to ask our prices.
Also remember that the name Phil
Hyman stands for cheap prices on
good merchandise. Come in and get
our prices.
PHIL HYMAN'S CUT PRICE STORE
not, why not? Profit by the
more. Deposit it in the Farmers
CHAS. W. MILES, Jr
' Cashier
LOOKIE
NOT WORRY TRYING TO
WITH OLD, WORN KITCHEN
THOSE KITCHEN THINGS
NEVER SEEN, COME IN AND
THE SMILING FACES OF OUR
MORE LIGHT FOR LESS
MONEY IF YOU BUY
ELECTRIC LIGHT
GLOBES FROM US.
HERRICK REFRIGERA
TORS AND ICEBOXES.
BIG ASSORTMENT OF '
LAWN MOWERS $7.56
V
Wehman

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