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O O P 7 Every department in our stores is now filled with new, bright things for your inspection and approval. We believe that we are showing the brightest, most comprehensive line of dry goods of all kinds ever opened in Union City. If you will observe the crowds you will note that our store is the center ot attraction. This will tell you in strongest terms that we are doing the busi ness. We pinned our faith to the one-price system of selling, and it has done for us all we can ask. We are offering in our Dry Goods Department the following items, which we consider extra values: We have just opened a case of 50 pieces of dress style ginghams good styles, good colors, 28 in. Lp wide which we will sell at a yard , UK You will readily appreciate the value of this offer ing when you see it. rfrrsilfv; in rtA nnrl hlnp n.iftprns at n vnrfl vJ We are also showing 50 pieces A. F. C. ginghams and 25 pieces of Everett cheviots at the old price of 10 cents. These are the best values in the mar ket for making childrens aprons and dresses. All full standard dress calicoes at a yard 5c. Hope bleach domestic at a yard 8 l-3c. Masouville and Fruit of the Loom a yd. 10c. Remember we guarantee all prices to be as low as the same goods can be had from any source. 100 pieces of Val laces and insertions at CTr-f c a yard . CJClO 50 pieces of Torchon laces and insertions o at a yard None of these are worth less than 5 cents a yard some would be cheap at 10 cents a yard. 15 pieces of corset cover embroideries in Hamburg, . Swiss and Jac. that would be cheap at 65 STftx-r cents cur price will be a yard . J3 12 pieces of Swiss insertions from 7 to 15 in. wide at 40, 50, 65, 75 and 85c you should be sure to see these we regard them as very cheap. Our buyer secured these goods at much less than market value, and we are giving you the benefit of our purchase. OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT. On account of the age of our stocks we can un questionably offer you a better selection of shoes and oxfords than you can possibly find in any store in this place. We can't possibly show you a shop worn shoe. We haven't got 'em, with the exception of about 200 pairs of men's shoes and oxfords which we bought from Robinson & Bransford, these we carry upstairs and will sell you at half price and they are not old stock. We have never been able to show in the past a line of E. P. Reed's shoes and oxfords that embraced the styles and values that we have now in stock. Nettleton shoes for gentlemen in the patents and vicis are the limit in fine shoes. The Walk-Over and American Gentleman in $3.50 and $4 shoes are distinctively the best values we can buy but you know them as well as we do. (f 1 f i" lr 1 T o' fTi i o i o'o C T f "5c In this stock we offer you the knowledge and experience of men who have spent :AAlAl.loXillJL5l AX jL JHcaIcIs their lives catering to the wants of men. This is worthy of your consideration we believe we can offer you every inducement you can demand in this department. We believe we have the most complete stocks it is possible to secure, and we offer you the services of salesmen who know how to cater to your tastes and we offer everyone goods at the same price. You will not have the experience of meeting a friend wearing a garment like yours which he bought for less. One price to you the same price to others. Yours very truly, ' Hardy Bros. &. Maguewood Co. P. S.--The Messrs. Robinson are having an excellent business in our Tailoring Department, and are turning out work of which we are all very proud. Dora Thorne. Dora Thorne is booked for Rey nolds Opera House April 26. This clever actress is well known through the South and no doubt she will play to good business here. At the Baptist Church. Preaching Sunday morning and evening. Subject, 11 a. m., "Pres et privileges; future glory." Sub ject, 7.30 p. m.( "Christ Exalted." A full attendance of the member ship desired. A hearty welcome extended to all. V4. L. Watson. Bought House and Lot. Mr. E. P.Grissom has bought the lot and property occupied by the office of Dr. A. S. M. Dabney also occupied now by Dr. R. H. Boyd, osteopath. Change Places. -' ' W. S. Godwin, nWwas until re cently a member of the firm of God win & Williams," grocers, is now connected with Scudder-Gale Gro cery Company as .traveling sales man. - Mr. Godwia succeeds Mr. Skinner, who takes bis place here. Will Godwia is a number-one gro ceryman. He knows that business. In addition to that he is a gentle man all over, clean to the core.' We believe he will do a fine business. Concert. The Second Regiment Band, as sisted by Misses Wootson Davis and Leonora Gardner jind Mrs. Mary Dean Wheeler, will give, a concert at the Opera House Wednesday evening, March 28. An elaborate ' program, consisting of popular and classical selections by the Band, vocal solos by Mrs. v heeler and Miss Davis and reading by Miss Gardner, has been prepared. The high class music for which this Band is so favorably known, to gether with the part of the splen did talent that will assist in the enlertainment, insures an occasion of rare enjovment for our music loving people. "Morning', Noon and Night," oueof the numbers on the program, is one of the highest grade pieces of music that has ever been rendered in Union City by a band. As the concert will not be gin until 8 30, all who wish to at tend prayer meeting can do so and still have time to hear the entire program. Look! Best Patent Flour at $5.00, at mill. Strictly guaranteed, or money re funded. Dahnke-Walker .Milling Co. Death Becord. Mrs. Lula B. Long, who bad been living in St. Louis for several months, died in that city and the remains were snipped to Gleason, Tenn., and buried last Thursday. Mrs. Long was about 25 years of age. She was married at Hender son and moved to this city about five years ago. . W. 0. T. U. Lectures. Mr. Chas. P. Stalker, under the direction of the meiribers of the local W. C. T. U., delivered three lectures at the C. P. Church,- be ginning Tuesday night and closing last night. He also made a talk at the public school to the children Wednesday afternoon. He is a logi cal speaker and skillful artist, illus trating different parts in his lec tures with crayon drawings. Good crowds were present and enjoyed the talks. - Want to Move? The Pursley Transfer Co. is thor oughly reliable. Call 415. 8-tf Medicos Meet. The Union City Academy of Med icine held their regular meeting Tuesday night at the Elks Hall, the post-graduate study being croupous pneumonia. Drs. D. M. Pearce, J. M. Rippy, J. B. Hibbitts, T. D. Edwards, H. T. Butler and M. A. Blanton participated in the discussion. Other features of pneu monia will be the subject for study and discussion next Tuesday night. Many of our physicians are delight ed with the work being done in these post-graduate studies and say the system is far ahead of the old stereotyped plan of reading dry excerpts from medical books, etc. Dr. Pearce is president of the Acad emy and Dr. Blanton secretary. ; The "Union Depot." The Ladies' Aid Society of the Christian Church are making pre parations to organize and rehearse a play, entitled the "Union Depot," to be presented at Reynolds Opera House on Friday night, April 6. The play is described by the author as follows: "In writing the one-act comedy, 'Union Depot,' I have tried to draw a picture of real scenes one is likely to witness in, probably, a halt day's time in the anion depot of any American city. All the char acters, trom the old hayseed to Madame Patti, the learned college professor to the Irish scrub woman, are preseuted, each with their na tural and appropriate dialogue." It is a very large cast and, no doubt, will be very entertaining. Very 111. Mr. W. R. Moore, principal of the Union City Training School, re ceived a message from Tucson, Ariz., Saturday that his son, Jef ferson, who has been his assistant in the school, was dangerously ill trom the effects of hemorrhages of the lungs. The young gentleman has not enjoyed good health for several years. His mother and sis ter were also not very well and they all went to Arizona to spend the winter. News from them a few weeks ago was of a very favorable nature. Mr. Moore waited until the re ceipt of a second message notifying him that his son was in a critical condition and he left Monday even ing after temporarily suspending exercises in school. It is earnestly hoped that the sick man will recover and that Mr. Moore will be able to return to his school in a short time. Base Ball. Lovers of the great national game will probably have a chance to wit ness the sport in Union City this summer if present plans material ize. A movement is on foot among some ot the most enthusiastic lov ers of the game to organize a stock company in Union City to back a club, which will be one of a league of eight to be organized in sur rounding towns. A scheme is be ing developed to organize a circuit composed of Jackson, Covington, Dyersburg, Ripley, Trenton, Union City, Martin, Hickman and May field, Ky. It is believed all of the above towns will support a good ball team, and a stock company will likely be formed in each one for the purpose. Hickman and Dyersburg have a stock company and it is thought that Union City and the other towns will at once follow in their footsteps. Those interested realize the fact that eight clubs would be better, but if they can't get eight, say six will do. No trouble will be found in getting a place for a diamond at Union City, as there are a number ot suitable places, among them being the fair grounds. A meeting will be held one night next week for the pur pose of organizing a stock company and all who wish to take part are invited to attend. In the spring time you renovate your house. Why not your body? Hol lister's Rocky Mountain Tea drives out. Impurities, cleanses and enriches the blood and purifies the entire.ays teai. 35 cents. Allen Drug Co. STAB OF BETHLEHEM. Miss Birdie Walker is on the sick list this week. Mr. Jim Philips has a cow which presented him with triplets. . Deputy Sheriff Guy Walker made a business trip to Troy Tuesday. Miss Floy Aaron, of the Lake, accompanied her teacher, Miss Mattie Homil, home Friday. Miss Tommie Barnett opened school this morning at Protemus with large attendance. We wish her great success. The Twins. For Sale. Roll top office desk, perfectly new, at less than wholesale price. In quire at this office. 10-tf Wasted. Two industrious young men to travel in West Tennessee and solicit house to house trade. For further particulars apply by letter to C. H. Campbell, Gen. Delivery, Union City, Tenn For Sale. Two two-horse Wagons, two Sets Harness and two Hotses. 10-lt H. Forcum Heading Co. Chicken Gravel. 10 bushels tor $1.00. Phone 183. tf T. L. Bransford. Corn For Sale. On my farm, 5 miles northeast of Union City. 300 barrels good corn, $2 50 per barrel at the crib. 9tf J. C. Nash. For Sale. One full-blood Jersey bull and one full-blood Jersey cow. 50tf Askins & Dircks Co. House and Lot For Sale. All of the F. W. Keiser property that was advertised for sale in these columns a few weeks ago has been sold except one house and lot. This one will be sold at a bargain if sale can be made quick. There are ten rooms in the bouse. It Is located on IJell street, one block north of Public School. Call on or write O. Spradlin, 5-tf Union City, Tenn. Cabbage plants for sale. Phone 302. (8-4t) J. B. Akin. J.L.Ruffin has 2,000 cortls of wood for sale. See him for full cords 128 cubic feet. tf For Sale. Good second hand fire-proof safe, medium size, good as new, at about halt price. Have bought a larger one. Apply to White Bros., gro cers. t' S. C. Brown Leghorn Eggs for sale-15 for $1.00, 50 for $3.00, 100 for $5.00; also, two Poland China Male Pigs, $10 00 each. 9-tf S. T. Wade. We again have the pleasure of stating to our friends that we have a full line of The Gelebrateb Owensboro Vehicles rFACTSl 3b The kind that set! and stay sold My vehicle business for the year 194)5, as you well know, was a grand success. Still I hope to do better this year, as I am better prepared and have a stronger line than ever. My line of Owensboro Buggies has now reached the top superior In quality, style and finish and at the extremely low prices we sell them they will stay on top. My line Is always ready for Inspection and selection. And we are always more than pleased to have our friends come in and look through our line, whether they want to buy or not. OOOOOc I also carry a full line of Ilarness and Plow Gear, sucji as Bridles. Col lars, Haines, Traces, Backhand Jn just anything a horse wears. l am aiso prepared 10 ruooer-ure vehicles of any kind. All wrk guaranteed to give satisfac tion or your money refunded. J.F. CARTER Oklahoma and Texas farm Lands--The Great Southwest. Cheap lands, fertile soil, unfailing crops, low taxes, finest free school system in the country and a rapidly increasing population, brings pros perity to all the State. ' Improved Farms. A farm of 160 acres in Cleveland Co., Oklahoma, 2 miles from rail road that is a cracker jack, well im proved, for $3,750, and a bargain. Well improved 160 acre farm near Stround, Okla., $2.300 a bargain. 345 acre farm, Hardeman County, Texas, well Improved, 9.1,750. A 661 acre larin in Hardeman Coun ty, Texas, Improved. 85,750. Unimproved Lands. 5o,000 acres In Wheeler County, Texas, from $5.50 to 812.00 per acre. This land lays in a square, 10 miles each way. Railroad passes along one edge. A station Is on the land. Very fine land, tine pastures, dark loose soil, water from 20 to 40 feet from surface, no drouths, grows wheat, corn, cotton, and all other Texas crops. Excursions tlrstand third Tuesdaysof each month. For further Information address, B. F. McKEE, Manager, OKLAHOMA TEXAS LAND CO. 81 South Main Street. Memphis, Tenn. You will find mv Durham Bun just north of City. Service, $l.cash. 2-tf jas. K. Moss. WHITE PEOPLE j " Looking Southward Large and Small Farms for Saia or Rent, Diversity of Crops If you wish to buy a small or large farm for general farming, truck or early vegetable farm, fruit land, dairy, stock farm, or timber land for manu facturing purposes, or work land on shares or for cash rent, with seed, Im plements and a reasonable amount of cash advanced until your crop Is har vested, with privilege of buying land on easy terms, in Louisiana, Arkansas or Texas, the section now being highly developed, the bet Door man's coun try on earth, the land of opportunities for the homeseeker to secure his own home, write the Gould System Immi gration Bureau, 407 Carondelet street, New Orleans, La. DR. R. H. BOYD OSTEOPATH Office: In the building formerly occu pied by Dr. labney. Telephone 207.