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Absolutely ONE PRICE
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We believe the one-price system the fairest way to
do business, both for the merchant and the custom
er. As the pioneer one-price clothiers, we have
thoroughly tested it and found it good.
Does it look good enough to you to try it once ?
Every Article Guaranteed
B B OA USE
Every customer must be satisfied that he gets his
money's worth. We absolutely guarantee each and
every article to be worth the mot ey you pay for it,
and should you have occasion to test this you will
find our money talks, as well as our advertisements.
iUR Purchases for $pring have been carefully made, and in all our departments you will find the
: latest styles and choicest materials. The selection of patterns for the Tailoring Department is larger and
handsomer than for many seasons, and the grays and tans for Spring look all the brighter in the somber shades ot
winter.'' v, ' ' : ' :-'. ' "
f Our efforts will be untiring to supply the young men with the newest things in haberdashery, and in so doing
will in no wise neglect the wants of those of more mature years.
From the Cheapest thafS good to the best that's made will always be ready for your inspection in
all our lines.
The Oll? Department to which we call your, especial attention is our clothes for boys. We have
made an esrjrial effort to please you in this line, and invite your inspection of our Boys' Knee-pant suits for Spring.
The&hoe Department is rapidly being fiilled with the best shoes we can find in the markets, and, the
spring line will be as complete as any in the city.'
MrslOwing'-Jakes, of Nashville,
who was Miss Barnes and visited
her aunt, Mrs A. E. Darrah here
last summer, was called home a few
days since on account of her father
(jetting accidentally saot while out
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Crutcbfield
have returned from a few months
stay in Memphis. The? are now
permanently located here. Mr
Crutch field ts employed as line man
by tie Cumberland Telephone &
Be wise and see Wallace Moore.
The First National Bank State
merit is the best ever reported by
that bank. It is a hummer, show-
in? that this reliable old institution
has the confidence and esteem of
the public. Read the figures. They
talk better than words.
Everyhody jroes to Dahnke's for
Prof. E. C. Ownby received Sat
r..';iy a poem published in London,
lost, it is presumed, at sea, and
washed ashore bv hitrh tide. The
book was found by E. H. Badger
on the beach. The leaves are in
tact, but the binding1 is loose.
A car load ot new music at Wal
VV. S. Jackson and D. A. Peeler
left Tuesday for Nashville to attend
the meeting of the Masonic Grand
Lodge. Mr. Peeler wilt go from
Nashville to Knoxville and spend a
few days with bia daughter, Miss
Ruth, who is attending school
Apply to K. P. Grissom for the
best located office in townover his
store, tixcd to suit you.
Mrs. Moody Mullins tells us of
ue death ot Mr. L. M. Bragg in j
.,wr Mexico. Mr. Bragg was fori
long time a resident of this city,
J i'l will be pleasantly remembered
Hhe older citizens. He was the
"'l er of Miss Jessie Bragg, and
, t"'r related to Mr. Williams and to
a3,a Fannie Foster.
tlies itching skin. Heals cuts or
without a war. Cures piles, ec
salt rheum, any Itching. Doao'a
cnt." Your druggist sells It.
our lunch at Dahnke's.
Miss Florence Calhoun, who was
operated on for appendicitis by
Dr. Watson at his infirmary, re
turned to Mrs. Hale's last Monday,
where she boards, completely re
stored to health. She was never
6ick a moment from the operation,
never having any fever. Miss Cal
houn has many friends who rejoice
with her in her remarkable recov
The pastorwill preach especially to
young people at the First Christian
Church Sunday night. His theme
will be"Tbe Measure of Manhood.
He urges all the voung people of
that congregation to come and also
extends a cordial welcome to the
public. The morning subject will
be "What is Religion?" All the
parents and children of the church
are invited to come to the Sunday-
school. ' -
Names of Street.
In changing the names of streets
Water street has been changed to
Main so that Main street will
be the name all the way through
that street. The street in front ot
Mrs. Nannie Little's is called How
ard. The other changes are from
Bell to College and from Mary to
Society1 of Equity.
The Commercial is requested to
state that tlfe American Society of
Equity of Obion County will hold
its next meeting at the courthouse
in this city on Saturday, i eb. i.
Members and friends invited to be
present. ' ' ,
Capt. J. C. Reynolds informs u
that 'My Wife's Family," an at
traction announced on another page
of this paper to appear next month
at the opira bouse, has been post
poned until next season, to appear
Allen Drug Co.
On account of a'disagreement be
tween the parties holding shares in
the stock of drugs belonging here-
roiore to me Alien Drug Co., legal
proceedings were resorted to, and
the business was placed in the
and of Jno. T. Walker as
trustee until the affairs were
settled. The stock will be
sold in a few davs and the house
opened as usual. This has been a
very popular corner for some time.
Mr. C. Cooler, of Plant, is here
Mrs. Media Malcomb is on the
sick list this week.
Wade Wiley, of Rives Grain Co
is in the corn belt of the North.
Master Felan Killgore has been
very sick since our last writing.
Mrs. Knox Harper and little
daughter are visiting relatives in
The subscription school begins
this week and continues through
We are deeply grieved to -hear of
the death of the 3 year old child of
Mr. Sam Agnew.
Miss Davis Shropshire recently
visited several days in the home of
Mrs. Jane Dickey.
Mrs. Mary Hill, of Hickman, is
spending the week with her sister
Mrs. J. W. Thome.
Brother Cates said jf he ever gets
through in Memphis he is coming
to Union City.
Mrs. Nan Moffatt and Mrs. J. H.
Clemmons spent Friday afternoon
with Mrs. Will White.
Miss Sallie Dean has returned
from a very pleasant visit to ber
sister Mrs. Lena Stovall, in Jack
Mr. and Mrs. James McAlister, of
Birds Point, Mo., have bought the
Drury home in the Pleasant Hill vi
R. E.Fowlkes, who has been visit
ing vv, w, wnite ana otuer rela
tives in this vicinity, has returned
to his home in Seymour, Texas.
The condition of our public roads
is a subject of serious thought when
it comes to the probability ot' the
Rural Free Delivery dropping out,
because of the Government's inspec
tor reporting them unfit for travel.
While in Memphis last week we
had the good fortune to hear Rev.
Cates deliver his evening service on
the first day of the thirteenth week
cf the meeting. Ia his sr.ersisg
service he bad 13 sermoiis by 13
preachers in 13 minutes and after
wards a woman told him she had.
come 113 miles to be Va the meeting.
UNION CITY, KENTON AND TROY
LosT-Somewhf re ia town Tues
day, a good solver watch. Finder
will be hberallv rewarded by call
ing and returning same.
IRA T. Sheltos.
Mail Carrier. '
CfEct for Bent. ".. '.'.'
Double ofiire in C. B. A. Build inc
for rent. Apply at officebf Cum
berland Tekj none and iegrapti
vu. to it.
In Expression Recital and Medal Con
test, at Opera House, Feb. 4.
V TART I RECITAL
1. Music... By the Bund
2. (n) The Peppermint Candy Heart Selected
(b) The Telephone Measane Selected
Kate Watson lft-ckham
(c) The Shut Eye Train Kuxene Kiqld
Nina Wheeler. ,
(d) .Hcnttering Remarks..... .James W. Riley
Lillian Bird Whitesell.
3. An Automobile Honeymoon (Solo).. Sell warti
, Brownie Dixon.
4. One, Two, Three Clms. Bmmer
5. The Story Katie Told Selected
6. ' The Children's Hour Lonufellow
7. ' Violin Solo.. : Selected
Miss Dixon SandliiiK.
8. TheO'Dincoln Family Flesfg
Coutie Mai M'ten
9. Mammy's Picknnin' Lucy Jenkins
10. The Battle of Ivry.... .,.T. n. McCauley
11. When the Heart is Youuir (Solo) Dudley Buck
Miss Adah Cusebeere.
i PART II CONTFST '
1. The Soldier of the Kmpire Thos. N. Pane
2. The Risinir.-.j----. T, B. Read
3. Antony 's Oration
4. The Uttle Scotch Martyrs
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DONl SLIP UP ON THIS
PRICES HAVE FALLEN
BUT THE QUALITY OF
GOODS AT OUR STORE
5. VocaHJnet... -
6. Apollo Belvidefc Ruth McKmery Stuart
Allie Mai Davie.
7. Ijisca .... Selected
" Kathleen Watson. '
8. Helene Thamre Pauline Stuart Phelps
9. The Lost Ceord (Solo) ..Adelaide Proctor
10. The Prisoner s Plea Selected
H. Spartacus to the (iladiators...,'. Selected
12. The First Quarrel ..Tennyson
Jek AVocol Soto. Selected
14. TheCulmn Refusree . .........Selected
15. The Royal Princess ..'.Christine Rojtetti
IS. A Stene from t lie Christum... Hall Caine
17. Male Quartette , .
t'sion City Talent.
A small fee of 15 and 25 cents will
be charged to cover necessary ex
penses. - " '
, Band Concert-friday, Feb. 8.
1. March. "Yankiana"
2. Selection from comic otera, '
E. K. Iftis
...B. M. Jerome
i. Ent'ct, "A Garden Matinee ".
4. Vocal Solo -. .
5. Medley Overture, "Kremer s Popular Molo
6. .Selection from comic oiktu, "Piff. Paff.
pmtf . Schartii
?. P,'mii!n-Hne Mel.irt- in V) A. Kulienxtcie
S. VochI bnio. band accompaniiuenl.
.9. WslU. "Um'' ....Strauss
10. St Action from comic opera. Forty-five
Minutes from Brortrlwav .Cohen
11. March, "Missouri Mule". Clarke
Star Spanieled Banner.
Cheapest accident Insurance I)r.
Tolas' Elestrlc Oil Stop the pain
and heal-4 tl;e wouud. All dru'ists
IF THE QUALITY DKO?S WHEN THE PRICE
DROP S, DOE-5 THE PRICE 60 DOWN? NO
.SHODDY STJYT IN OUR -STORE BUT QUAL
ITYf STVVT AT PRICED LOWER THAN WE
-50LD THEM BEFORE. WHY? BECAUSE WE
DO NOT WI-5H TO CARRY OUR jOODS UN
TIL THEY GO OUT OT TYLE. THE GOODS
WE ARE CELLING AT GoST PRICED ARE
NOW STRICTLY IN .STYLE. AND YOU YET
HAVE NEARLY ALL WINTER To WEAR
SEE OUR NEW PRINd ARRIVALS IN '
fjINdHAMS, PERCALE, PRINT-5, LACE-5,
EMBROIDERIES, WHITE CjOODaS, ETC.'
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