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. 1 c J - .) -f V V r , 7 I 11 V. ww' v. TO. BE : CONTINUED . A great many have taken advantage of the unusual opportunity and have been highly pleased with the quality of the bargains which they; carried away with them. 3f Our stock though is So large that we feel the necessity for continu ing the Big Reductions until otir inventory, February 1. The cold weather makes you need the clothes- we don't. We bought them to sell, and these prices will make them go. . . . . ... . . . . Men's Suits at Wholesale Prices Men's brown single breasted suits with fancy cuff, broad lapels, brand new, worth $20 to $22.50, to closer. - $14.00 Men's brown double breasted suits, herrinbone stripe, all wool and the latest cut, worth $22.5,0 to $25, at . $16.20 Men's gray suits with pencil stripes, slanting pockets, dip front, all the new kinks, worth $18.50 to $20, at. .- -$12.60 Men's suits in gray with "dark stripe in single breast, square cut, worth $16.50 and $18, to close at - $11.40 Men's dark brown suits with self stripe in single breast, a splendid value s - well worth $19, to close at J 1 $12.00 ...350 BOYS' SUITS from. $1.80 to $7.20... In thislarge selection you're sure to find just what you want. Boys' double breasted suits, Knickerbocker pants, pockets on coat trimmed with buttons and fancy cuffs on sleeves, were $9.00, to close $7.50 Boys'double breasted mannish coats, Knickerbocker pants, were $8.00, reduced to ; ... . $6.00 Boys' double breasted coats in the new green shades, straight or Knicker bocker pants, were $4.50, now .: $3.00 Boys' attractive suits in ,many colors and styles, were $3.50, but will go at ---- . $2.45 Let us Save You $5.7Q to $8.5Q cm an Overcoat. Men's tan coats With broad stripe, velvet collar, three-quarter length, were $22.50 to $25, to close $16.80 Men's gray coats with velvet collar, three-quarter length, a splendid coat, worth $18 to $20, to close : $12.50 Men's black top coats, silk lined, silk sewed, very toppy, worth $15 to . $17.50, to close : .-- $9.30 Oxford gray beaver overcoats, the best value you ever saw, were $25, will . close at -.-'..-.' .$16.50 Boys' tan double breasted overcoat with red invisible , thread running through and emblem on sleeve, worth $8.qo,'sale price$4.50 Boys' brown double breasted overcoat, warmly lined , and emblem , on sleeve, worth $6.00, sale price 4$4.20. . Boys' double breasted chinchilla with cut steel buttons, black velvet col lar, worth $5 to $7, sale price ; V-t- ,r-;$4.20. f Mainly, eJor.B. P JX ' 1 . r ' I ltcn' LOCAL AND PERSONAL. . G. T. Taylor is in Nashville. ' .yraiik Harris is on the sick list. , Mrs K. T. Eoberts is on the sick list. Ben Harrison visited . in ' Fiiltoh last jmtk. '' " ' , " : ' ' S. F. Howard visited in Obion last week,'' " ... ... , .. I". Miss Oliver was m the city this week I . - shopping j " Miss Bessie Bnunniell visited at Obion 'List week. All kinds of Cdal at Union City Ice Coal Co. ''- V Mrs. Tliad Lee lias rewvered from a ' recent illness ; - Miss Sallie Thomas is recovering from a'recent illness, ' . Mr! and Mrs. James Atkins are both rni the sick list $ Miss Agnes rainier, of Eives, was in the city Monday. C. E. Spragut3 visited Stanton Satur day and Sunday W. U. Harrison was in, Jackson this I , week on business ' Mr. Lee Harrison, of Kenton, was in , the'citvUiis week risited homefolks in Roht. Sherman1011. of Dyorsburg, was in -icrday. ,- - OR SALE arm' of 103 acres of fine land, 1 s east Union City,- well improv Sr65 per" acre; a bargain fer p. wanting a gk)d farm near iii cottage,, jn good condi- xl3Qfeet, well located, kal And wood houses, all (cottage, ".almost new, ij barn, hen house, il. 11,500. '-. ;.. firm Si miles east of food 4-room frame 1 sneuea an- rounu, Id, good water, 70 V can be bought A bargain. for ') locate near th jpply to i FOHESTER t; GILDING. , v Mrs. , Margatct label) has recovered from a -slight illness.. - G.. Haydon Freeman, of Fulton, was in the city Tuesday. , ' Hav you tried that new Swiss Style Chocolates at JJahnke. s? : : : - ;- - Mr. Geo, Duncan, of Corinth, Miss., spent Sunday in the city. J.' A. Albright, of Obion, was in the city Friday of last week. ,. Miss Mamye Doyle is recovering from an illness of several days. Mrs. J. Frank Carter is quite sick at her home on Fifth street. . Mr. and Mrs. John T. Walker have returned front Conterville, . Dr. R. C. Reynolds', of Terrell, was here on business Tuesday. Esq. A. Wilson, one of Obion's best citizens, was here. Tuesday , Buster Moody, of Cairo, spent Sunday with homefolks in this city. "Happy Hearts," the latest two-step hit, at Bransford & Andrews. Mrs. Will D. Fry, of Jordan, was in the city this woek on business. . v ' Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Everett have moved to the Cloar farm near Clayton. Mrs. Claud Whitley has returned from a visit to relatives in Kentucky. '. . DeBow Crenshaw was reported , very ill from typhoid fever this week. ' ' , Mr, John Elam, of Arkansas; is at home with his family in the city. - Mr. and Mrs. Claud Whitley are now keeping house on Harrison street. , . Get a copy of "Happy Hearts" (two- step), at BrariSford & Andrews. Mrs. Joe Nailling.-of Cayce, was the guest of Mrs R. Green Thursday. M. E. Clark, of Jackson, was the guest of her parents here Saturday. Mr. Berry Forrest returned to his home last week after a pleasant stay here. . Miss Love Wise iss quite sick at her home in the south part of the city. Col. JohrrE. Finch, of Kenton, was mingling with friends here Tuesday. - Miss Ethel Johnson went to Middle Tennessee this week to visit relatives. , . Miss Roxie Luton, of Woodland Mills, was in the city visiting friends this week. .-Little'. Miss Margaret Reynolds, the winsome child of Mr. and Mrs. Clar ence Reynolds, is recovering from se vere case of the measles. - Miss Mary Ella Harris, of Rives, came up Monday evening to the play at the opera house. - Mrs. S. T. Wade was the guest of her daughter, Mrs, Enloe Chiles, Wednes day.; '.-...' '- - Mrs. M. E. Jones, of Memphis, k Visiting Mrs. Harry T. Edwards in the city, j; ; , ' Miss Janie Luten has returned from an extended . visit to relatives in Nash ville. :'' " Margaret and Gerald Curlin are ill with measles at their home on East Flower street, -. ; ' ' ' , ., Mr. Jess Averitt left this week for a trip through" Mexico in behalf of his health.' The children of Mr. and Mrs. Wright Fhebua have been quite sick with the measles. ' " V , Mrs. Kelly, of Polk,' visited the fam ily of Mr. Crews, on Harrison street, last week. " " Mr. and Mrs. J.' P. Ownby, of Jack son, are the guests of Mrs. McKinney this week. . Our progressive townsman, Mr. S. A Rodgers, is -in Kentucky this week buy ing mules. , : , Miss Inez Davis, of Cayce, stopped over in the city Wednesday en route to Hickman. , ' : . ; Mrs. F. EArnn's guests this week will be Mrs. Dr. Callicott and Miss Wheeler, of Martin. ',,'' The L'Allegro Club did not meet this week but will be with Misses ' Rowland next week. . ' Col. D. B. Bryant was in Nashville this week looking on at the legislative proceedings. . . , Miss Ida Bramham, of Woodland, was in the city this week visiting Miss Ida Sanders. . Mr. Raymond White 'e friends are glad to see him able to be out after a pro tracted illness. Mrs. Scott, after several days' visit in the city, has returned to her home in Murfreesboro, f . , Mr. Littleton Thomas has recovered sufficiently to resume his place in W. L. White's grocery. s - " Dr. J. J. Wells, a prominent phy sician and business man of Number Fourteen, was shaking hands with friends here Monday. ", -.. '.. Miss Hattie Anderson, of Duck Hill, Tenn., is the guest of her uncle, Mr. Luther Andrews. Mrs. Mary Lou Moody will leave for Cairo next week to join her husband, who is located there. Prof. H. F. Bynum wont to Halls this week to complete a school term as teacher at that place. Col. and Mrs. R. Z. Taylor and .par ty, from Trenton, are in the city this week attending court. Dr. S. B. Cary, of Cairo, was in. the city Monday assisting Dr. Nailling in some surgical practice. Miss Nell Taylor and Mr. Scott came down from Dresden Monday to see the play at the opera house. Mr. Clement and family, who have been residing on North Lee street, have moved to Woodland Mills. A. M. Hancock has returned from a visit to Maury County and other sec tions of Middle Tennessee. Mr. Jack Isboll, formerly of this place, but now a resident of Montreal, Ontario, is the guest of relatives here. Quite a number of youngsters came from Martin and Dresden to see the Lyman Twins Monday night. Miss Lilly Etta. Perkins was in the city this week visiting Miss Christine Robinson on Exchange street. Mrs. Herman Cross has returned to her home in Blytheville, Ark., after a delightful visit to relatives here. Miss Frankie Chiles, of Obion, was the guest of her brother, Mr. Enloe Chiles, on Ury street, last week. Soad Master Terry, of Tuscaloosa, Ala., was in the city this week visiting tiie home of Mrs. J. D. Morrow. . Mrs. Robt: E. McKinney is improv ig after surgical treatment, a pleasant announcement to her many friends. Dr. E. II. White, one of The Com- ftiercial's good friends at Rives, was a business visitor in this city Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Ramsey, of Tren- . . ton, have returned to Union City and Mr. Ramsey to R. T. Curlin 's to begin work as salesman in a short time. .Geo. W. Carter, the indefatigable in surance promoter, has added to his line a' very handy - and effective invention known as the Alert Fire Extinguisher, a dovice which has been approved by the Nional Board of Fire Underwriters. Walters' Cafe FRUITS CANDIES CAKES CIGARS MEALS AND LUNCHES AT ALL HOURS I have sold my grocery business to White Bros. & , Co. and all parties owing accounts will please call at' the grocery and pay same at once. W. E. WALTERS. S-1 kind ( broad him trist. . .vd a Jg the in ,11 . t!lW"J 1 sepa i a V)i- - Hi' efull v.. Mrs. M. Glasscock and daughter, Miss Bessie, have returned from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Radebaugh in Mem phis. , J. S. Henderson, of Kenton, one of the most progressive and prosperous farmers of the county, was in the city yesterday. The Christmas cantata will be repeated at the M. E. Church next Sunday night. Miss Ruggles, of Martin, the violinist, will assist the choir, Mrs. J..T- Baugus, who has been in the city for several days visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Blanton, and family, has rehired to Columbia. A number of Troy citizens, including W. A. Smith, L. A. Smith, J. R. Mof- fatt and C, L. Moffatt, were here Tues day, having been summoned on the panel. Col. R. P. Whitesell went to Missouri Monday to remain a few days looking after his farming interests near Diehl- stadt, where he has about 1,500 acres in cultivation. ' - Dr. J. B. Hibbitts returned to Cairo Tuesday, after spending a few, days here looking after some business matters. The Doctor has located at Cairo, estab lishing an office at 712 Commercial avenue. Dr. and Mrs. MV A. Blanton enter tained at home on Home street Mon day evening a company of friends at rook in honor of Mrs. Baugus, of Co lumbia, Tenn. Refreshments were served. Mrs. Baugus was in the city as a guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Blanton. " ' . Miss Mittie Cayce is in r3n:sdm iieuig treated for throat trouble. Hoi friends, will be pleased to hear that she ia rap idly recovering and will soon be able fo resume her school duties. me 16, V North lage. In p)aeo ,!enn.;antl n County. Ks reared to '1S70. His --rt vhile, 'on 1 : ried to Miss ,rwo daugh- PearU - the vicinity . i-v since IS- far. ;Srnd N(. , ''s-iittW-olVn-ue t r .bacco) P. V i. . Delivered AH Over Town, The most delicious Coffee, Tea, preserved and freshly Canned Goods. CHOICEST GROCERIES to be had this side of the Rockies. Saying a whole lot, but the people in these houses shout a loud THAT'S SO! Pleasing prices. That's so, too. White Oris. &. Co, Successors to W. E. Walters.' Telephone 42L k 1 1 ' w -uinate, VK - V Til. , fi Vro1 9 1 ipeU S A '