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Our Great Annual Style Setting' Spring Exhibition of Men's and.
Boys' Clothing Furnishings. The time has come when most men pack away or give away the heavy woolens and blossom out in the new things. The arrival of spring demands out-of-the-ordinary apparel. ' You'll not find your kind at the ordinary store. Here you get style, quality, worth, lower prices and better service than elsewhere reasons enough for any man. If you want to get the greatest values for your money, if you want to be correctly and fashionably dressed this spring, you should listen. In the first place our suits and furnishings for spring have arrived. That's a mighty important style fact of itself. Secondly, our spring showing includes the greatest array of satisfy-the-outer-man clothes in the latest designs and models that were ever displayed in' this city. We would like mighty well to prove this to you if you will drop in tomorrow. It would ' give you a whole lot of pleasure to see the rich fabrics, exclusive patterns and careful tai loring that make our spring suits the best possible "buy "at whatever price you wish to pay, from $15 upwards. ' Waiting for you are styles to satisfy every possible taste, styles for young men, styles for all men. Whether you are long or short, slim or stout, we can suit you and suit your purse. Come if you want quiet dignified clothes; come if you want bright and lively ap parel. Come if you want to save money. You Can't Equal Our Values at $15,00 to $20.00 It's your money you invest you've got a right to know what you're getting you ' want to know you're getting the best your money will buy. In FITFORM we give you a pake standard the world over and recognized universally as the leader of them all, Finely tailored, triple tested 100 per cent pure wool fabrics shrunk by the Dover Process, an endless array of pattern effects and color designs, styles chat have never been equalled. Get FITFORM and you'll know your spring suit is right that it will stay right all season. I jj FITFORM CLOTHES FOR YOUNG MEN Company South First Street Union City, Tenn. Telephone 111 . , . , . . . , i . mtmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmm Protecting' Family Capital. The life of every man represents to himself, wife and children the family capital a capital the most exposed to unavoidable and complete destruction, and the most uncertain in its duration of any form of capital in existance? A Life Insurance Policy is the only system by which a man can protect his and his family interests. Insure in the Travelers. Jno. T. Walker & Co. FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE Real Estate and Bonds Agents Union City, Tenn. Local and personal J. II. Blanton, of Troy, was in the city Monday. t visitor here Monday, j Constable John Saunders, we are glad to report, is out again. Home made candies at Kirkland's. A host of stylish spring hats on display at Mrs. F. E. Arnn's. Steel posts are going now. Nailling Keiser Hardware Co. Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Nailling visited lunsfolka at Cairo Monday. Miss Birdie Caruthcrs, from Memphis, was a visitor at home on Easter. Judge Cooper and Judge Lem Tyree, of Trenton, were in the city Friday. Get watch prices from Dietzel. Home made candi esat Kirkland's. Call to see us before you sell your wool Dietiel rrouuee uo. Mr. Homer Catron, of Roswell, New Mex., is home for a visit with his many friends. Postmaster John Kersey and Mr. Dare Glover, of Crystal, were in the city Monday. E. A. Mitchell.of Bethel, left last week for Roswell, New Mexico, where he will be located for two or three months. Call to see us before you sell your wool DieUel Produce Co. You 've tried the rest, now try the best Jersey Cream Flour. Mrs. Manard, of Memphis, was a vis itor in the city last week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Clark. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Chapman, of t -1 1 . . i. - : i . .. u iuuisvuie, were iu me tujr nctr. visiting the home of Mrs. Chapman's rother, Mrs. C. E. Cobb. Editor and Mrs. Sexton, of Hickman, were in the city Sunday, Mrs. Sexton returning from a visit to her home in Missouri. 3 Mrs. J. W. Ballow, of Hickman, is in the city visiting the home of her daughter, Mrs. M. F. White, who has been very sick. Mr. Joe Herring went to Nashville this week for specital treatment, having not recovered his health since the oper ation a few months ago. Use steel posts if you want the post that lasts. Nailling-Keiser Hardware Company. Five thousand rolls new wall paper just received at Caldwell s Book Store. The newest designs and lowest prises. W. H. Bufford was a visitor with Mr. Leigh man Browder at the country home of the latter, Maple Slope, last Friday night. , ' - : ; Mr. Cbas. C. Conn is erecting a par sonage at Tiptonville, assisted by Mr. Lea m on Cloys, of this city, which is for the Methodist minister at that place. If there's anything the matter with your furniture phono 438 Chas. Ward, upholsterer. We can stucco your old weatberboard ed house with concrete, and make you a flew one, at small cost. Harris Con crete Co. Phones 5S7 and S64. j Mr. Claud Andrews, of the Union City Auto Co., is sjent for the Lczicr, a very high-grade, car, and was out in a new one this week making some demonstra tions. Mrs. T. B. Moody and daughter, Miss Ethel, who have been visiting Mrs. Moody's niece, Mrs. Wm. Stalcup, for several weeks, returned to their home at Nashville Monday. Let us underpin your house with con- j creto and you will save the cost in fuel in three years. Harris Concrete Co. J Phones 537 and 3G4. i Dr. M. G. Gibbs and his niece, Miss Mary Lee Gibbs, left Sunday after a pleasant visit here, Miss Gibbs to her home in Missouri and Dr. Gibbs to Washington City. L. P. Driskill, of Oran, Mo., was a visitor in the city this week with bis brother, G. B. Driskill, and sister, Mrs Geo. Stone. L. P. and G. B. Driskill left Tuesday for a short business trip to Mississippi. , Log Rolling. An old-time log rolling was held at the Lon Logan place in Number Ten last Friday. Mr. Charley Richards is the lessee of this fine farm and he had about thirty-five of his ueighbors and friends collected for the day to roll logs. It was one of those old time contests .of physical strength with the band stick that were so common half a century or less ago, and revived in the memory of the older citizens some very pleasant as sociations. ' Dinner, a very famous af fair, . was enjoyedand Charley Richards was a popular host. S. W. Edwards was kind enough to give us a report. Housebreakers. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Frieto was broken into Saturday afternoon, while the residents were away, and some valuable jewelry stolen. Among the items was a gold watch and chain, a present to Mr. Frieto from his father, and therefore of more value than its in trinsic worth, a lavalliere and two gold rings. The burglars made their getaway without detection and will perhaps not be found. Sunday Mrs. Anna Walden lost her house keys, a flashlight appara tus and some other things while out of of the house. Election at Rives. Mayor McNeill, of Rives, was in the city Monday and reports the fact that Rives had a birthday Saturday. The ten thousand dollar school bond election was held, resulting in 64 for bonds and 6 against bonds. Three votes were thrown out. The location for the schoolhouse is one of the best in that thriving village. You can buy a kf of our bread the best it is possible to make for 10c. Yon can buy our doughnuts at 10c per dozen. You can buy our fresh rolls, HOT, at noon every day at 10c per dozen. Order through your grocer, or. we will have our wagon call on you daily. Fhone 109. J. M DeBow Resigned. J. M. DeBow, one of the co-principles of the Union City Training School, has tendered his resignation, which was ac cepted some time ago, Mr. DeBow will not, therefore, be connected with the Union City Training School another year, but will take work with some other good school. The trustees ac cepted Mr. MeBow's resignation with the greatest reluctance. Marshall De Bow is one of the best teachers in the State, mentally one of the soundest and the cleanest in character the State of Tennessee has ever produced. He is an honor to his profession, and we would like to see a place opened for him in Union City. It would indeed be a God-send to our people if be could remain with us, and we sincerely hope that arrangements of this kind can be made. ' Lot Sale a Big Success. The Bishop & Bishop lot sale last Wed nesday, like everything else undertaken in Dresden in the right way, was a great success, every inch of land selling, and, while some of this property sold cheap, the firm putting the sale on made a nice profit on its investment. Mr. Bishop proved to our people that real estate men are not all grand rascals, for be conducted, an honest, fair sale all the way through, and by his fair, open man ner of dealing with our people has made many friends here. When this sale was first mentioned some of our conservatives", held up their bands and predicted all sorts of calamities for Mr. Bishop. 'But he knows a good thing in real estate when he sees it, and he knows a good town when be visits it, too. So he was con vinced that this sale would be a go. Wednesday opened dreadfully cold and the weather grew colder during the day. The crowd was not as large as ex pected, but the bidding for those choice lots never lasted... The tat&I amount derived from the sale was $4,802.50. We tip our hat to Mr. Birsbop and hope be will put on another lot Bale in Dresden. It is understood that many purchasers ' of lots in the new addition will erect nice residences thereon at once. Dres-; den Enterprise. j DEER AFTER GRIPPE Lies in Poor Blood, Cough and ; Wora-Out Condition. Grippe, pleurisy, pneumonia are greatly to be feared at this season. To prevent grippe from being folr lowed by either pleurisy or pneumo nia, It Is Important to drive the last traces of It out of the system, Our advice Is to take Vlnol, our delicious cod liver and Iron prepara tion without olL and get your strength and vitality back quickly. W. W. Lake of Aberdeen, Miss, says: Grippe left me weak, run-down and with a severe cough from which I suffered for a long time. I tried different remedies, but nothing seem ed to do me any good until I took Vlnol from which I received great benefit. My cough Is almost entirely gone and I am strong and well again.1 Try Vlnol with the certainty that If It does not benefit yod we will give back your money. ' P. 8. For Eczema of Scalp try our Saxo Salve. We guarantee IU Oliver's Red Cross Drug Stoe, Union City, Tenn. conducted an "Ordinary Effort" there is extended to him a cordial invitation to "come again." : Charles Ward, upholsterer, located in the Morris Block, on Main street, first store west of Methodist church. Box couches made to order, i'boiie 438, A Good Insurance Man. The following is from the American National Insurance Co., Galveston, Tex., Bulletin concerning one of our former citizens: ' Through the special efforts of Mr. Shipp the Houston district "cleaned up" the week of February 16. They wrote $103,000 in business in six days. Hats off, gentlemen; and then to show us their hearts were in the1 right place they made the biggest industrial . collection they ever had and followed (bat up the week of 23d with an additional 120,000 of ordi nary and $05,000 of industrial. Whewl Most of you are fortunate enough to en joy the personal acquaintance and friend ship of Mr. Shipp, Ordinary Instructor. Those who have not will have the pleas ure of meeting him face to face during the next few weeks, as Mr. Shipp is now devoting his en tiro time to organization and instruction work. Mr. Shipp started with the American National as canvasser in the Dallas dis trict and was appointed to his present position after serving there for several years as agent and assistant superin tendent. He has been eminently suc cessful in his work, and wherever he has . NUMBER SEVEN. Miss Willie May Gammons visited us Jackson last week. . Miss Grace Hall has entered the Halt Moody school at Martin for the spring -term. , Miss Essie Wood fin's school at Par rish's schoolhouse is closed and she has returned to Shady Grove. Mr. Moss and Miss Vaughn have closed the Sunnyside school. To the Creditors of W. D. Reeve. . Deceased. . By order of the Clerk of the County Court of Obion County, Tennessee, no tice is nereby given to all persons hav ing claims against the estate of W, D. Reeves, deceased, to appear and file same with the Clerk of the said Court, authenticated in the manner prescribed by law, on or before the 80th day of June, 1914. The insolvency of said estate having been suggested, any claims not filed on or before said date will be for ever barred, both in law and inequity. This March 28, 1914. l-3t F. M. McREE, Administrator of W. D, Reeves, de ceased, in Obion County, Tenn. I ! , Non-Resident Notice. F. M. McRee, administrator of W. I). ' Reeves, deceased, and Mrs. Louise Weir Reeves, ' ' vs. . '. ' " Louise Reeves, William Dickson Reeves, Frank Reeves, Elizabeth Reeves and James Horner Reeves, Defendants. In the County Court of Obion County, Tennessee, before the Honorable Geo. R. Kenoey, County Judge for Obion County, Tennessee. In this cause, it appearing from the petition, which 'is sworn to, that defend ants Louise Reeves, William Dickson Reeves, Frank Reeves, Elizabeth Reeves and James Horner Reeves are non-residents of Tennessee and are residents of Arkansas, they are therefore hereby re quired to appear, on or Itofom tb Monday in June, 1914, before the Clerk of the above-mentioned Court, at his office in Union City, Obion County, Tenn., and make defense to the peti tion filed against them in said Court by F. M. McRee, administrator of W. D. Reeves, deceased, and by Mrs. Louise Weir Reeves, or otherwise the petition will be taken as confessed. : It is further ordered that this notice be published for four consecutive weeks in the totoa City Commercial. This April 2, 1914. l-4t C. 8. TALLEY, Clerk. F. J. Smith, Att'y for Petitioner.