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Established Insurance Agency for 25 Ready Today years. We can supply your Insurance needs. BOTH PHONES New Tire Values! Union City, Tenn. Ihe Commercial, Union City, Tena LOCAL AND PERSONAL. FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1922.- CLASSIFIED ADS . LOST Silver cup at East View Cemetery last Sunday. Reward of fered. Notify Commercial of flce.O FOR SALE: Good Buick-six tour ing car very cheap for cash or trade. -J. V. Averitt. 10 FOR -SALE One Majestic range, one sewing machine and tomato plants. G. B. White. v 9-2t FOR SALE Champion Binder in good condition. Call J. L. Mott, Phone 213-R, Union City, Tenn. 9-2 FOR SALE Red Rock Tomato Plants, 15c per 100, $1.25 per 1,000. M. R. Powell, W. Church and 6 th streets. 1 8-4tpd LOST Platinum and diamond bar pin on boat trip, Hickman, last Sat urday night. Liberal reward for same returned to this office. FOR SALE Union Carbide,, suita ble for private lighting systems, in any amount. Wm. . Warmuth, at Union City Boiler & Repair Shop. 9tf LOST Man's vest and South Bend gold watch, name in back case; be tween Mrs. Jake Caldwell's farm and Union City. Liberal reward. 10-lp GUS WHITE, JR. FOR SALE New six-room cot tage on High street, all modern con veniences. Price $3000. Apply to T. R. Reynolds, Union City Lumber Co. 6-tf POTATO SLIPS Florida Yams, from pure seed treated for all dis eases: 100, 15 cents; 1000, $1.25. Parcel post add 20 cents per 1000. Robt. Carpenter, Union City, Tenn. 7-4t HEMSTITCHING AND PICOTING attachment fits all sewing machines, price $2. Checks 10c extra. Lights Mail Order House, Box 127, Birming ham, Ala. , 10-4tpd . COMING Charlie Chaplin and 'Jackie Coogan in "THE KID." COAL Blockton Alabama. Bon Air Cumberland Block Citizens Ice and Coal Co, Phone 150 The milling hospital SEVENTH YEAR A Modern Surgical Institution. Competent Trained Nurses DR. W. A. NA1LLING Chief Surgeon Union City, Tenn. Both Phones 41. Tel. :phones: Cumberland 461 County 262 . . . Dr. C. E. Upchiirch DENTIST Over Mrs. Aran Millinery Store Union City, : : : Tenn. Sport hats at Mrs. Arnn's. Rub-My-Tism, an antiseptic, Mrs. Paul Crockett, of Obion, was a Wednesday visitor. Mrs. H. M. Tyler, of Trenton, was a visitor Wednesday. Mrs. J. Burnett was a Tuesday vis itor with friends at Rives. Save your money for a trip around the world. Cheap rates. Mrs. C. R. Moss and daughter, of Martin, were Tuesday shoppers, , Mrs. McAdams and Mrs. Word, of Greenfield were Wednesday shoppers. Rub-My-Tism for Rheumatism. Mrs. Dodd, of Martin, is in the city visiting her sister, Mrs. J. Jerni- gan. Save your money for a trip around the world. Cheap rates. Mrs. Lillie Mosier and daughter, Miss Mary Hill, were here Wednes day. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Witherspoon, of Rives, were in the city Wednes day. Dr. and Mrs. W.T. Smith, of Green field, were chopping here Wednes day. Save your money for a trip around the world. Cheap rates. Miss Frances Yates has returned from a few days visit to Henderson, Tenn. Miss Thelma Nolen visited Miss Mary Lee Schmidt in Humboldt this week. 666 cures Dengue Fever. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Ruddle spent the week end with relatives in Paris, Tenn. Miss Carrie Schmidt was a Sunday visitor with her parents in Hum boldt. Save your : money for a, trip around the world. Cheap rates. Mrs. R. C. Jackson and Mrs. Avrie Coble have returned from a visit to Memphis. Mrs., ueo. Han, or Martin, is in the city visiting her sister, Mrs. B. C. Bramham. Cut prices on all hats .at Mrs. Arnn's. ' - ' Miss Mary Thompson, of Nashville, was the guest of Mrs. M. B. Hopper Wednesday. Little Richard Cox, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Cox, is better after a few days illness. Go to Corum's for FRESH Bread and Cakes. . Mrs. A. L. Cox leaves this week for a few weeks visit with her moth er in St. Louis. Mrs. J. Holloman, Mrs. Willough by and Mrs. Dunbar, of Troy, were Monday shoppers. -Subscriptions taken for all mag a2ines. Mrs. C. L. Ridings, Phone 603. Misses Mayme Bryson and Mary Kersey spent the week end with rel atives in Jackson. Miss Glenn Rochelle of Troy, is in the city this week visiting Mrs, Elizabeth Anderson. Mrs. E. M. Parks,' of Trimble, was the guest this week of Mr. and Mrs L. S. Parks in the city. Preserve your barns, fences and outhouses with RED SPOT barn paint. Mrs. Ed Parks and Mrs. Box Fox of Obion, were here' this week visit ing Mrs. Homer Scott, Mrs. Arnn is showing a wonder ful line of midsummer hats. Mrs. Robb Moss and Mrs. Abe Bur- chard, of Martin, were in the city Wednesday as visitors. Mr. Wm. Hyder, of Milligan Col lege, was a social visitor this week with Miss Thelma Nolen. Miss Annette Elliott, of Dyer, was a visitor in the city Tuesday, the guest of Miss Lottie Capps. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ruffin and Miss Pearl Pettus have returned from Lin den, Tenn., for the summer vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamilton, Mrs. Robert Hamilton, Sr., and Mrs. Corbie Garth visited Rives Monday. Mrs. J.R. Moffatt and Mrs. B. P. Moffatt, of Troy, were in the city Tuesday visiting Mrs. Cordie Garth. Mr3. E. E. Williams and Master Billie Herbert are -in Chattanooga this week the guests of Herbert E. Williams.' , Mrs. Louis Reltzelmer, of Arkan- saw City, Ark., who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Richards, has re turned home. We have now perfected, for all sizes, the efficient manufacturing process which enabled Seiberling Rubber Company six months ago to announce a revolutionizing and superior Seiberling Clincher Cord Tire, 30x3 for $12.50. NEW PRICES (Including Tax) Seiberling Cords Clincher Straight Side 'A price reduction, therefore, of approximately 121 per 3ox3i2 cent will be made on all straight-side Seiberling Cords, and on Portage Tires, Seiber- 30x3y2 ling-built to be effective June 1st, 1922. These prices establish a rock-bottom basis 31x4 the lowest possible for fine tires. ' 22xi "You may say to the car owning public, in connection Sly with your announcement, that in my opinion, Seiberling-built Tires embody today 34x41a highest quality and low cost to a degree which has not been equalled in my 23 years 35x5 'of rubber manufacturing." r" A OPlrtr'ni ru Portage Fabrics r. A. OElDCrvLllNLj Price $12.50 $15.00 $25.80 $28.40 $29.40 $34.90 $35.60 $36.50 $45.60 $43.90 What This Message Means To You Read again that last paragraph of Mr. Seiberling's message to us. Remember it is made over his own signature by a man whose name has stood for achieve ment in the making of highest quality tires for more than 20 years the build er of more cord tires than any other man the inventor of the straight-side tire the man responsible for today's type of cord and the man who made possible the Seiberling 30x3 Clincher Cord Tire to sell at $12.50 the most talked-about accomplishment in the tire industry during the past six months. No such tire values hg Size 30x3 30x3i2 32x3i2 31x4 32x4 ave ever been ottered as you can now get in Seiberling 34x4 Cord and Portage Tires, Seiberling-built. These tires embody more advanced fea tures of construction than any other tires Size on the market. 30x3y2 We want you to prove the statements to yourself quickly so instead of waiting 334 until June I , we are making these new 34x4 tire prices effective to our customers x;f$ today. 34x4y2 Come in, or phone us. Start today to 35x4y2 cut your tire costs by riding on Seiber- 355 ling-made Tires. 37x5 Clincher Straight Side Clincher Straight Side - . Price $ 9.50 $10.50 $17-25 $18.00 $22.90 $24.10 $24.60 Portage Cords Clincher Straight Side Price $12.50 $22.20 $26.90 $27.80 $29.70 $32.10 $33.80 $34.70 $39.30 $43.30 $44.50 $50.10 Motor Sales Service Company. Union City, Tenn. Retail Representatives for and PORTAGE TIMES Seiberling-Built Garden hats in all colors at Mrs. Arnn's. After a week's visit in the home of Mrs. Fannie Reeves, her cousin, Mrs. Eva G. McClerkin, leaves to-day for a short visit with Mrs. Smith Crockett, of Cotton Plant, Ark. Messrs. Harold and Gerald ' Cald well will return home next week from VanJerbilt University, where they have been in school. Mr. Thomas Bransford returns next week from Vanderbilt Universi ty, where he has been pursuing the freshman Course of study. Mrs. N. Tilghman, Mrs. J. Jones, Mrs. Jessie Thompson and Mr. Pace Jones, of Cool Springs, Tenn., were in the city Tuesday shopping. Look stylish and pretty by wearing one of those lovely hats at Mrs. Arnn's. Mr. and Mrs. Leamon Cloys leave this week to locate in Memphis, where Mr. Cloys is engaged in the builder's trade. Kind wishes are with them. Mrs. D. E. Penick and little daugh ter, Mary Virginia, have returned to Chicago after a few weeks' visit in Union City, accompanied by Mrs. Nettie Penick. ' Mrs. Lexie Pbpe and baby, of Mem phis, and Mrs. Edna Dunivant, of Newbern, visited their cousins, Mrs. Mittie Moore and Miss Willie Jones, Saturday and Sunday. Get one of the pretty airy lace hats at Mrs. Arnn's. ' To prevent a cold, take 666. Mrs. F. W. Watson, who has been very ill, is much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Smith, of Greenfield, were Wednesday shoppers.: Mrs. Sherman Sutherland and chil dren visited State Line yesterday. THE RED SPOT PAINT STORE the only paint, varnish and wall paper store in Obion County. We specialize in paints for all purposes, wallpaper and glass. Attorney Harvey R. - Teague, of Ridgely, was a business visitor yes terday. Mr. J. I. Merrifield, of Bloomfield, Nelson County, Ky., is' visiting his sister, Mrs. Jim Bransford, West Church street. Mrs. Paul Howard Croft, who has been in the Battle Creek Sanitarium for a term of six weeks, is here with her mother, Mrs. D. J. Caldwell, re turning to her home in Dyersburg. Mr. W. E. Hyder, who has been visiting in this city during the past week, a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Nolen, left yesterday for his home at Johnson City. " Mrs. Clay Roper, of Tiptonville, and Mr. T. N.,Tune, of Memphis, are guests of Miss Ava Tune at Rives. They were visitors in ' Union City Wednesday. Mrs. Joe Herring has been called to visit her sister, Mrs. Geo. Allen, who has been very sick. SPOTLAC is the ideal all-around varnish for the home. No varnish is better than SPOTIiAC. See that the RED SPOT is on the can before buy ing. Remember that the RED SPOT only appears on high grade goods. Mrs. Arnn has just received a new lot of Leghorn hats. Thomas Cowden and Fred Dahnke have returned from the University of Tennessee, where they have been in school for the past year. Garden party and pageant at the home of Mrs. Henry Hassler on Fri day, June 9, at 4 p.m. Circle 3 Mis sionary Society, M. E. Church. Ev erybody cordially invited. Go to Corum's for the Coldest Drinks in Town. Quarterly Conference. The third quarterly conference of Union City Circuit will be held at Sa lem Saturday and Sunday. G .W. EVANS. Cash Meat Market and Grocery The only store in town of its kind. We sell at cash prices and allow you to pay once a week. Try us for Fresh Meats, Groceries, Vegetables and Fruits: Our Motto is QUALITY, PRICE, SERVICE J. E:. WMITEr Corner Home and College Streets UNION CITY, TENN. Cumberland Phone 337; Home Phone 1 70