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The Union daily times. [volume] (Union, S.C.) 1918-current, October 19, 1922, Image 4

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I GO TO J. 0. GAULT I
FOR PRICE AND QUALITY I
Irish Potatoes, par pack Ute I <
Kinghan lib Sliced Bacon 4ft< I
ttlb Walter Baker's Cocoa 20c I
1 lb Walter Baker's Cocoa 40c I
Cigarettes, per carton $1.25 I
& gallons Kerosene -85c I
Post Toasties and Corn Flakes, per box 10c I
251b sacks Sugar $1.90 I
1001b sacks Sugar $7.40 I
81b buckets Lard $1.15 I
Loose Compound Lard, Per pound ..14c I
81b buckets Snowdr.ft $1.23
Heavy, fresh Fatback, per pound 15? I
1 pint Wesson Oil Wt I
1 quart Wesson Oil ??c I
Va gallon Wesson Oil I
All 20c Cigarettes for 15c B
All 25c plugs Tobacco, 2 for 45c fl
Pineapple, sliced and grated, No. 2 25c I
No. 3 Dessert Peaches, per can 30c
Loose Vinegar, per gallon 35c I'
Best Pink Salmon, per can 15c Bj
Plain Flour, per barrel $6.50 )
Self Rising F\lour, per barrel $6.90 B;
Best Grain or Ground Coffee, per pound 25c, 2 for 45c I
1 lb can Franco-American Coffee . 35c
, 1 tb White House Coffee 40c Q
Maxwell House Coffee, per pound 40c I
Best Cream Cheese, per pound 35c Hj
"leal, per bushel $1.15 <
Arm & Hammer Soda, 6 for 25c jg
6 boxes Searchlight Matches for 35c I
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Horse Feed, per 100 pounds $2.00 and $2.25
7f>Ib sacks Bran and Shorts, w'nite cotton bags $1.50
1 lb Best Red Salmon, per can 25c
41b bucket I^ard 65c
48tb Tennessee Pride Plain Flour $2.00
481b Tennessee Pride Self-Rising F(our $2.10
24lb Tennessee Pride Self-Rising Flour $1.15
lOOtt) sack Salt $1.10
I Deliver f.roceries Anywhere in City Limits.
J. 0. GAULT
Phone 372 - - - - N. Pinckney Street 1
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Thursday, Friday, Saturday |
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WILBURN DRY 6000$ CO. j
ASK ANY
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AU1U1V1UD1LE 3ALL31HilN
what the first thing he does is when a man
inquires about a car.
He'll tell you: "I get his wife to go for
a demonstration."
There you are. A man may think he
buys his own clothes, but nearly always it
is a woman who influences the purchaseso
today instead of "telling it to Sweeney"
we are telling it to Mrs. Sweeney, his wife.
Ladies, this store is not afraid of a woman's
inborn ability to know quality and
value.
It welcomes you?and wants you to
come w'th your husband this Fall and enjoy
seeing him try on the most becoming clothes
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MICHAELS-STERN VALUE FIRST
SUITS AND OVERCOATS
I $25.00 TO $35.00
Other Good Makes $19.50 to $22.50
I J. COHEN COMPANY I
I The House of Satisfaction I
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?\ini-J a. V , Council, No. 27.
TODAY be held in the lb I
ETHEL CLAYTON Shu'lli:
"HER OWN MONET 3SKJ'if**1
A Paramount Picture Visiting Companions welcome.
ADDED Wm c 1 K Br'm"Ct',M.
'TREE AND EASY" Secretary . l512^2i I
An Educational Comedy FOR SALE?Several second hand
TnuinDDnw Ford cars at a bargain. Coupe,
iwmuiuww touring car, truck and stripped
V rcirn /ITtstpA down. Gilliam Light & Motor Co. I
LESTER CUNEO i5i3-st
???IN??? FOR SALE?Six room cottage on W.
?DI A7VW ADDrtU/6" Pinckney atreet; lights, water.
DLiiV/illlVJ AlvIvU YfiJ Terms reasonable. Apply to J. B.
Hall. Lockhart, S. C. 10-19-21-23pd
The greatest evil in the monument business, for I
both dealer and customer is that of cutting prices. I
You cannot buy art treasures at a bargain counter, I
and a cheap monument, without artistic lines, is in- fl
variably a pile of stone unfit to commemorate a E
cherished memory. Don't buy a stone pile from the I
man who cuts prices. Your permanent satisfaction
requires that you select a beautiful design, and then |
have it executed artistically. Entrust this important I
work to a reliable'and competent firm like the fl
| Bailey Undertaking Company I
YOUR FATHER HAD
THE RIGHT IDEA
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! I Remember how your Dad used to test the
Iwool in a Suit or Overcoat?
He'd pull out a thread, stick a match to
it and if it burned like wool it "passed muster."
Very good idea. He not only wanted
the right kind of style but he insisted on satisfactory
wear and workmanship. He
usually got 'em, too.
CURLEE'S
GUARANTEED CLOTHES
Have the same fine qualities your Dad used
to want. Youll like them for their original
style, the accuracy with which they are
tailored to fit.
Every suit and overcoat guaranteed as
to color and workmanship. A new suit free
if they fade. Popularly priced
$23.50 to $32.50
Curlee 6121 Blue Serge is absolutely 100
per cent pure wool and guaranteed to hold
its color. A new suit free if it fades. All
modeis and sizes, priced at $26.50
We have a full stock of Clothing, Shoes,
Hats and Furnishings for Men and Boys. |
A brand new stock to select from, bought I
for the cash and will be sold for the cash. 8
Give this new cash clothing store a trial? 1
we'll prove to you that we can save you I
monev.
Stetson Hats. Headlight Overalls and
Stronger Than the Law Shoes (or the whole
family.
MULLIN AX- F AUCETT
CLOTHING CO.
THE NEW WAY CASH STORE
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SHAPIR
X THE FOLLOWING PRICES W
$ THE 1
Outings at
V 12c. 15c and 19c Per Yard
Y
Y Cotton Flannel at
% 12c, 15c, and 19c Per Yard
A Bleaching at
& 12c, 15c, and 19c Per Yard
?
Y Ginghams at
% 12c, 15c, 19c and 22c Per Yd.
? Flannelette at
A 19c Per Yard
> Cretonne at
19c Per Yard
Y
X Wool Flannel at
?|> 19c, 25c and 35c Per Yard
Curtain Scrim at
10c Per Yard
Y
Y Fancy Suitings at
19c, 25c and 49c Per Yard
% Serges and Poplins at
> 19c, 25c, 35c and 59c Yard
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Y Bed Star Diaper Cloth, 27
Y inches wide, at
X ^ $1-75
A Silk Poplin at
<? 59c and 79c Per Yard
Baby Blankets at
X 3Cc, 4Sc, 69c, 79c and 98c
x Extra Heavy Cotton
?? Blankets, large size
? $2.48 Each
Y Wool Nap Blankets
Y extra size, at
Y $3.25 Each
X
X, Half Wool Blankets at
o $3.98 Each
X All Wool Blankets,
Y extra size, at
X $5.48 Each
X . Children's Union Suits at
48c, 79c and 98c Each
? You will see here the latest t
? and Winter and it is a well knc
A standard of low prices.
| BUY FOR CASH
1 SHAPIR
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how serious a 0^^..
cold oeci
can be /
if neglected
A great many serious ill
neiies are the result of a A ^oo
simple cold. You can ne- rowed m
, , , . male rel
gleet a cold, but it never ne- absolute
gleets you. To break up a to redeer
cold in the quickest time Today,
take Our old Remedy (Dr. B*nk 8tj
Lawson's formula). There hi> prood
is nothing better in medicin- i "Large Enou
al composition today. The J
greatest little danger avoid- ! v >
er we ever knew of. ^
UNION DRUG STORE NAT
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ILL OPEN THE EYES OF X
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Ladies' Union Suits at
79c and 98c Each T
Men's Shirts and Drawers at J
79c Each X
Men's Union Suits at X
$1.39 Each
Infants' Undershirts at 4r*
19c, 25c and 49c Each J
Shoes! Shoes! a
For the entire family. - X
Infants' Shoes at X
39c Per Pair Y
Children's Shoes at J
98c Per Pair X
Children's Shoes, Skuffer %
style, lace or button, at
$1.49 and $1.98 Per Pair Y
Odd sizes in Red Goose x
School Shoes to close out X
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at nan price. ^
Boys' Work Shoes, X
all size X
$1.98 and $2.98 Per Pair Y
Women's Work Shoes at X
$1.98 to $3.98 Per Pair X
Ladies' Dress Shoes at X
$2.48, $2.98 and $3.48 Pair Y
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Men's Dress Shoes at x
$2.98 and $3.98 Per Pair X
Ladies' Ready-to-Wear X
A very fine selection of X
ladies' ready-to-wear-Dress- X
es, Coats and Coat Suits? X
Dresses X
$9.98, $12.98, $17.98 X
and $24.98 X
Coat Suits X
$12.98, $16.98, $19.98 X
and $23.98 x
Coats X
$6.98, $8.98, $12.98, $16.98 X
and $22.98 X
ityles, the newest goods for Fall I
iwn fact our store always sets a X
AND PAY LESS. |
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urity In
The Mummy
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d many years before Christ, when a man boroney
he cave the body of his father, or nearest
lative, as security. This was accepted with
confidence, for no man was so base as to fail
n such a sac rod pledge.
8ucn uremic means are unnecessary. For the
inds eager to help anyone who makes known
characteristics and qualifications. ?
gh to Serve Any?Strong Enough to Protect All."
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