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The opportunity for economical, thrifty buyers. All Men's' and Boys' Suits and Overcoats greatly;
reduced in price just at the time you need them most. . '
$12.75 for choice ot men's '$16.00 arid
$17.00 Suits' and Overcoats. All the
season's newest styles and fabrics.
$7.95 will buy choice of our regular
$12.50 and $13.50 Suits and Overcoats
$4.95 for choice of one lot of men's
$10.00 and $12.00 Suits, in small sizes
only, .34, 35 and 36. If you can wear
any of these sizes, this is ,an opportu
nity to buy them less than the manu
All Boys fine XTRAGOOD Suits reduced from $2.50 to
to $4.00 a suit Splendid patterns and beautiful
styles at.. . .-$3.95, $4.95, $6.95 and $7.95
Men's $1.00 Lambsdown Shirts and Drawers, now . 69c
Men's $ 1 .00 Wool Sweaters 69c
Men's Cotton Rib Underwear at. 15c
Boy's heavy Shirts and Drawers.. IS C
Men's Carhartt Overalls, $1 grade 75 C
Men's 25c Wool Sox at 17Jc
Men's 50-c Fleece Underwear at 35c
Men's 75c leather Work Glove j 45 C
Men's 10c Canvas Gloves at 7JC
Men's 10c heavy Sox at
Men's $1.50 Wool Shirts at 98c
Men's 75c heavy Jersey Shirts at 39c
Men's $3.50 Dutchess guaranteed corduroy pants reduced to $2.70
60 pairs boys all-wool knee pants, 75c to $1.00 values, at. 1 45c
Children's 75c fancy Hats. . ; 39c
Men's 12.50 Sample Hats : $1.00
Onelot Men's $1.00 and $1.25 Shirts 75c
Mens $1.50 Wool Shirts... 89c
Men's 75c J-eather Gloves. i .... . ... 45c
ALL BOYS' OVERCOATS AT FACPORY COST
$10.00 Coats at ..... - $7.50 $8.00 Coats at .. . $6.00
$6.00 Coats at .$4.50 $5.00 Coats at $3.50 $3.50 Coats at $2.25
In Our Shoe
60 pairs Men's $4.00 patent and gunmetal Shoes, .
One lot Men's $2.50 and $3.00 dress Shoes, at .
Stronger Law Work Shoes at . ' . .
Men's heavy Arctic Overshoes . .
One lot Women's $2.00 and $250 Fine' Shoes, at .
Lot otChildren's patent and kid Shoes, $1.50 value,
60 pairs Baby Moccasins, at . . . . . . .
10c black Shoe Polish . . . , !
Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases make useful Christmas gifts.
See the reduced prices we have before buying.
The prices named in this ad are Strictly Cash. Nothing
charged, only at regular prices.
A great assortment of Silk Neckwear, Mufflers, Gloves,
Sweaters, Cuff Buttons, Stick Pins, Belts, Silk Hosiery, etc., in
Holiday Boxes., All prices 25c, 50c, 75c and $1.00.
W. G, Gag
Local and Personal
. "..Mrs.-FvE. Arnn was a visitor ia Mar
tin la9t Friday.
Miss Lillian Stovall, of Memphis, ia
the guest of Miss Jessie Gibbs.
Community silver. DietjHil.
Taxicab for 25 cents can be had by
calling 842 apd 100. .
See "Zudora" this afternoon only at
2:80. Prices 5 and 10 cents.
J. L. Haguewood, of Rutherford, was
a business visitor here Wednesday.
Miss Reba Wrather was a visitor of
Miss Loulee Jones in Obion this week.
Mr. Homer Catron is with Bransford
& Andrews as special holiday salesman
Dr. J. Frank McMichael will be at his
Union Qity office daily uutil January 4
Buy a Mechanical Erector at
Wehman a for the boy s Christmas,
Miss May Clinton left last week for
ber,home in Providence, Ky., for the
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Davis, of Num
ber Seven, were in the city Wednesday
Best line of Xmas Candies at the best
prices you Will find at White Way Fruit
A lareer line of Rochester Nickel
Ware this year at Wehman's for
High-Class work in Furniture
Repairing and Refinishing.
First-Class Work Guaranteed.
Leather Work a Specialty
Box Couches Made to Order.
Concrete Block, Church Street, firt door
west of Metcalfe Laundry '
Mrs. J. L. HornbeakjOf Fulton, wa9
a visitor with Mrs. Bushart at Gibbs
lastt week. - .
Mrs. Kate Ramsey of Kenton, was
a visitor in the city this week with Mrs
John Joyner. ' ---'
A big assortment of Tool Chests
at Wehman a for the boy s Christ
Phono 342 and 100 if you want a taxi
cab. Only 25 cents each.
Misses Jessie and Lillian Bird White
sell arrived yesterday from Ward-Bel
John Bell, of New Orleans, is in the
city for the holidays with bis mother,
LMrs. Maggie Bell.
Taxicab anywhere in the city only 25
cents for each passenger. Call S42 and
Bockford and Howard watches.
Dietzel. ; 5
. Miss Mittie Cayce, of Paducah, will
be a visitor in Union City with Mrs.
Rowland for the holidays.
Miss Sal lie Kate Brevard, who has
been visiting at Dickson S.prings, will
be at home for the holidays.
50c, 75c and $1.00 values in the
25c window at Wehman's this time.
Look for them. -- . . '
A free cigar to all who call , at Wal
ters' Cafe Christmas morning before 8
o'clock. " . K
J. D. Littleton, ou traveling sales
man, will be at home with his family in
Union City during the holidays.
Mrs. Bessie Slayden, of Blytheville,
Ark., will be with her mother,. Mrs.
Lou Rowland, during the holidays.
Bigger reductions than ever in mil
linery at Mrs. Arnn's.
Use Dahnke-Walker Milling Co. Jer
sey Cream Flour, a home product and
Miss Mattie Rinehart, located at Clar
ence, Mo., is enjoying the holidays with
bomefolks and friends in Union City.
Mr. Herbert Tisdale, traveling sales
man, is at home for the holidays with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Tisdale.
Watch for that 50c window at WEH
MAN'S. It will be full of good things.
Ston the leaks in your roof with Lum-
Cement. Sold by the Union City Roof
ber Co. Stops leak on any kind of
W. Q. Reynolds buys poultry twelve
months She year. Take your Christ
mas stock to him. Same old stand for
twenty-five years. 36-3t
Mr. Nathan Morris, of Fulton, was
here last Monday shipping mules to his
brother, Mr. Paul Morris, at Aberdeen,
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Bacon and Mrs.
L. D. Maddox, of the vicinity of State
Line, were in the city yesterday shopping-
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Wedding gifts. Dietzel. '
Profit no object. Prices cut to the
bottom at MYs. Arnn's in1millinery
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. 8titt and daugh
ter, Miss, Lizzie, will enjoy a holiday
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Hall at Cov
ington. ' . v .
Mrs. Jesse Lynn will be up from Jack
son Sunday to visit her mother, Mrs.
Nolen, and sister, Miss Lillie, during
Mrs. Arnn offers real bargain prices
in millinery. The former reduction
prices are cut to a much lower mark.
Give the boy a tool chest or me
chanical erector for Christmas. Big
assortment at Wehman's.
Mrs. P. A. Smith and daughter, Fran
ces, of Chattanooga, are in the city vis
iting Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
D. A. Peeler.
Mr. Webe Hawse has moved his press
ing and cleaning plant to the building
on Main Btreet next door to the Red
Star Drug Store.
Biggest values ever offered in the 50c
window at WEHMAN'S. Watch for it.
Our specialties are Xmas candies at
10c per pound and all kinds of fruits,
The White Way Fruit Store. Phone 315,
At the Reynolds this afternoon only
"Zudora," Thanhouser's great serial
picture, will be shown; Show starts at
2:30. Don't miss it. .
Mr. Bob Neblett, formerly of Martin,
is now with Dahnke's Cafe as baker, one
of the best in his line, known for mak
ing fine bread at Martin,
You've' tried the rest, now try the
best Jersey Cream Flour.
Big Muddy washed nut coal is best
for cooking. Call 150. Union City
Ice & Coal Co.
J. P. Verhine, of Morgan-Verhine
Co., head of the house, has been very
sick at home for a fewdays, but we hope
will be back at the store soon.
Mrs. Ray Cochran and baby, who
have been visiting Mrs, F. W. Pardue,
left this week for Columbus, Ohio, re
turning home to Mr. Cochran. ,
News conies from Garden City, La.,
of the birth of a fine boy to Mr. and
Mrs. Pete Cherry, The friends here
make a friendly bow to Mr. and Mrs.
Cherry. r "'.
Misses Allie B. Campbell, Louise
Dahuke, Harriet Beckham, Nina Loyd
Wheeler, Miriam Edwards and Cora
Palmer are expected home from school
in Nashville for the holidays.
Millinery prices laid low at Mrs.
Oak Mantels 14.50 and up. Union
City Lumber Co. 1
' Wehman's is a mighty good place
to go for Christmas gifts.
A Reelfoot Lake hunting party, in
cluding John Joyner, John Semones,
W. L. White, W. M. Nailling and J.
W. Garter, enjoyed a few days this week
while sport is good shooting ducks.
Roofing at $4.00 per square, guaran
teed fifteen years without painting.
Union City Lumber Co.
Mrs. G. A. Gibbs went to Nashville
yesterday to meet her mother, Mrs.
Keith A. Nesbit, and sister, Miss Ruth
Nesbit, who will be her guests during
the holidays. They are from Savan
nah, Ga. " .
You cannot be disappointed in Paris
ian Sage, the delightful and refreshing
hair dressing, sold by Oliver's Red Cross
Drug Store. It takes away the dryness,
removes all daudruff, makes the hair
appear twice as abundant, soft and lus
trous. ' ' adv
We learn that ,Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Wrather are arranging to move to Amo
rilla, Texas, after the holidays. Miss
Reba Wrather will go with them, , and
the friends here regret very much their
leaving Union City. The kindest wishes
will go with them.
; Go to the 25c window at' WEHMAN 'S
for genuine bargains.
Newest LaVallieres. Dietzel.
Telephone Union City Ice & Coal Co.
when you want coal right now.
Basket and Souvenirs Free.
My customers will be given a good
basket in which to take their Christmas
goodies home. The ladies will be given
a nice useful souvenir extra. Ask for
them. Sam'l I). Woan.EY.
LOST. Within the last few days we
have lost from our pens one beef; only
description is that it was" painted with
gray paint on left hip. Any informa
tion concerning this beef will be thank
fully received. W. G. Rkvsolds.
December 14, 1914.
Miss Kate Robinson has been sick
this week. ' ,
Miss Pauline Jackson has returned
home from Duncan, Okla.
Wedding rings. Dietzel. '
Don't forget the big 25c values at
Mrs. Jessie Carroll, of Kenton, was a
shopper in the city Tuesday.
Mr. Zack Corum has been away from
the store this week on account of sick
ness. Don't forget the best bargains are in
the 25c window at WEHMAN 'S.
That 25c window at Wehman'
will be open soon. W atch.
' Mrs. Fred Dahnke entertained Wed
nesday evening with a card party and
Francis Cockrill will visit his grand
father, Mr. Cockrill, Sr., in Nashville
Engraved visiting cards. Dietzel.
Bigger and better values added to the
25c window at WEHMAN'S every day.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Swiggart, Jr.,
are at home from Nashville to spend
Mrs. J. K. Murphey and children left
Tuesday for St. Louis to join Mr.
Murphey for the holidays.
Something doing when' that 50c win
dow is opened at WEHMAN'S.
You can get shingles for $2.00 per
thousand at Union City Lumber Co.
Miss Cassie Hamilton, with the High
School at Tiptonville as teacher, will be
at home for a holiday visit.
Mr. Jas. ,Brice, with the Morgan
Verhine Co. office force, has been sick
this week for a day or two.
Watch for the 50c window at WEH
MAN'S, ' , - . A
Call 150 and get your coal and wood.
Union City I & Coal Co.
Miss Mary Hunter Flack, at tho home
of Mr. and Mrs. Cato Davis, entertained
the card club Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs, II, P Taylor and Miss Bertie
Murphy are with the Caldwell Book
Store as special sales ladies for the holi
The White Way Fruit Store is in the
Francis Airdome. Phone 315.
See the display of Holiday Gift
suggestions at Wehman's before
making purchases. ,
Coal Coke Wood Call Tel. 150.
Mrs. Lawrence Vaccaro and Harry
Trevathan will be here from Memphis
for a holiday visit with relatives and
Mr, Adam Semones left yesterday for
his farm near West Point, Miss., to look
after business and will visit New Orleans
while gone, ... .
Oil Heaters for cool nights are
mighty fine. You will find the best s
at WehmanV ; .,
' Buy Christmas presents early. Diet- -zel.
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Reports from Troy yesterday are
that Mrs. Lucy Walton, who has been
very ill, was considerably better, but
still very sick.
Mrs. Will Jones and daughter, Kath
erine, of Murpbysboro, 111., will be here
for the holidays with Mrs. Jones aunt,
Mrs. Henderson, i
Miss Alline Marshall will be at home
with Mr. and Mrs. Pink Marshall . for
the holidays. The young lady is attend
ing business school in Nashville,
That 25c window at WEHMAN'S
gets better values every day. . ' .
.Mrs.'W. G. Reynolds and daughter,
Alice Lee, leave to-day to spend tbo
holidays with Mr. and Mrs, L. P. Gar
ner and family at Ping Pluff, Ark.
'Little Virginia Glover, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Powell Clover, who has
been suffering wit: severe attack of
whooping cough, is recovering rapidly.
Mr. Frank Houser, who was with
Mr. McDowell on the annual hunt in
Arkansas, has returned home. He
killed one deer, plenty of coons, o'pos
sums and ducks.
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Cobb, we under-
stand, are making preparations to get
into their handsome new home on Main
street tho last of next week,' and their
cottage just vacated will be occupied by
Mr. and Mrs. Ch. M. He
You cannot help feeling better after
the first day's use of Hyomev, the guar
anteed remedy for catarrh, colds and
bronchitis, which Oliver's Red . Cross
Drug Store sells. Easy and pleasant to
use, and harmless you breathe it. adv
Card of Thanks.
" We tender our kindest thanks to tho
many friends and neighbors who were
so helpful to us during the illness ot our
departed relative, Uncle Caleb Carman.
May you bo so fortunate in the hour of
distress, and may you be blest for th
Mr, and Mrs. W. M. Stalccp.
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