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The commercial. (Union City, Tenn.) 190?-193?, November 20, 1908, Image 10

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Beginning SaUrelay, January. 15tfw
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and for one 'week fnllnwi no- vnn mn
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$500 Upright
S at $47.50
Finest quartered oak with shaped mir;
oval mirror 18x24; both beautifully set
quartered and polished oak.
The bed is perfectly balanced
automatic locks, securely holding it w'
The springs are woven fabric
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springs at ends and sides. 1 hese permit
form to your every move and position.
The bed is a perfect imitation of a fin'
$37.50 Bed at
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a Great Bargain.
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Full quartered oak, mirror 18x40. Be
trimmings and large columns, and large colijr
on the top as a border to the mirrors.
$40.00 Mantel Bed
. ;' at $32.50
One; of the most attractive beds you ever saw. The large
1 8x40 plji Mrrbr is set in an oval frame which stands out
and 1 abpTs the Mirror about four inches.
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The bed is hot over ornamented, but has elegant rolls or
columnson the base and is beautifully quartered and polished.
$27.50 Bed at $22.95
Not Pur1
But Horn
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oak with oval plate mirror 16 x 24. Has woyen-
yet good, this bed will
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wire spring with coil spring support.
Hlf'" Want 8metn8 cheap,
Not Purse-breakers
But Home-IVJ;
LOCAL ANWin fl . ;Mi-s, Allen Thompsoi
23. S j Club ;liome i
Dr. W. W. Hall tljj TuesjjMjn, with
for several days.
"Sir. and Mrs. Mark For
Terrell tills week.
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Ben Pietzel. the jeweler, for watch
pairs.
Judgb W. C. Caldwell, of Trenton, va)
in (lie citv Veillll-;il:l' Oil
D. T. Caldwell was a business visitor a i.iifec
in Jackson Wednesday.
A .nil for 1.".0 Virinsrs the coal
ably leave
Southern c
Union City Ice and Coal Co.
Mrs. Robt. Baits has been sick this
week with a severe cold.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cloys returned
last week from a visit to Jackson.
Telephone Union City Ice & Coal Co.
when you want coal right now.
Mrs. John Ford, of. Cairo, was the
guest of Mrs. A. F. Eb.Vhart Thursday.
Mrs. Ed Kirklandfwasa visitor in the
home of Mr. and MrHiWrt Shore at
Rives this week. . - .,
New goods atpld prices in The Big
Store's White g1e.. M.rgan-Verhiiie
Company. -Li-
Mr. and Mrs. Fope HeWngre mOT
ing this w.fdc to their puntry place
. northwess7ajtown
Mrs i iSorf jValton was
cifv
am Vernoi
.,nck at 1
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the
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and Mrv je'd tfef)shaw.
Origiiat; vaTtie!? disregat
clearance sale. Morgan -J
1y:njoyea a rauuu mini in
north of town Wednesday
m.
Miss Virgie Fleming 1
nbeak after a vi
W
-Mr. and Mrs. Harry
"The big sale be
and lasts until
sive. Morg
tiling in the Jinp
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ee his til. ieii uieiz
lU1' qhaptcr, I
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., will proli
r See display ajj
good healtl
We are
sale of th
Morgan-VTe
Visit Ben Dietzel's jewel:
Shelton Watson, the accom"
salesman, will be pleased to.
many new and attractiv.
and bargains in jewelry
The Wednesday Club
with Mrs. Paine Bransf
a srame of whist. Mrs
won on points, -and
came in for the'
were served
First great Hjfljfga'm
son. also nr'-lr'M
begins
Verhine
lenlerteinedthe -tertained. ' Lee's AnnWerl
n the cty lastly fe.r
class of the 'm Dr. Bi'own Avres will be 1
(in i? html cimi' tt . . .. V
o o m . t i?m
1 Xi' r.y Jolij4A ad- .Hiffary 'in Union Gtty Jan.
v m . wr-. w . .
been iperl
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rator on
,ee s anni-
19.- The
will be held in the Sunday
rjjjpjaj of the M'ethodi.tTrurch
will l(wturfltt,tpciocK.
Con-
t to try tfil
in quest of
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