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m m A GENUIN GAIN ALE E o D 0 A R A I THAT OUT-SHINES THEM ALL AS A MONEY-SAVING EVENT Never before have we been able to offer such bargains. Look over the list and see for yourself. Remember the lots are small and the early shopper will get first choice. $ C fc D C P P P p 7 P p 25 pairs Men's $2.50 and $3.00 Shoes, Choice of the lot $1.00 50 pairs Women's $1.50 and $2.00 Shoes, Choice of the lot $1.00 4 dozen Men's $2.00 and $2.50 Sweater Coats, Choice of the lot $1.00 Men's Lambsdpwn $1.00 Underwear, Shirts and L Drawers, only a few left, all sizes up to 42, in this sale two garments for $1.00 Men's 50c Fleece Underwear, 3 garments for $1.00 Men's $1.50 guaranteed Shirts, in this sale for $1.00 $dy & d if it & ) 4) P P 4) 4) $ r - 1 1 C C C C C 3 ) 4 p 3 4 P Men's $1.00 guaranteed Shirts with two any style 1 5c Linen Collars for only $1.00 5 pairs Holeproof Men's Hose, any color or size for $1.00 1 lot Men's $2.50 and $3.00 Hats, Choice for only $1.00 Blue Stripe Carhartt $1.00 Overalls with a 50c Cap for $1.00 1 lot Boys Suits, ages 4 to 1 0, only a few left, . Choice for $1.00 Boys' $1.50 Knee Pants for $1.00 Boys' 50c Knee Pants, 3 pairs for $1.00 4) 4) 4) 4) p j) 3) 222 South First St. Comp UNION CITY. amy Telephone 111. D O A S in Local and Personal Will those who owe The Commercial for subscription please let this remind them to send or come and pay up or notify us whether or not they want the paper continued. Please attend to this while you think of it. Mrs. John Johnson is very sick at her home on Fourth street. J. W. Burney was a business vis itor in Arkansas this week. Mrs. Tiny Bogle, of Kenton, was shopper in the city Wednesday. H. Forcum, of Obion, was a busi ness visitor in the city Monday. All kinds of coal at Union City Ice& Coal Co. Miss Leila Reeves, of Fremont, was here this week with homefolks, Miss Sadie Shatz, of Kenton, is a guest of Mrs. Phil Hyman this week Mrs. Eli Powell has been very sick for several days with la grippe Your wiring promptly and satisfac torily done by Averitt. Phone 285. Miss Marie Schmidt is spending several days with relatives at Wood land. Mrs. Fielding Pittman is visiting her mother at Woodland Mills this week. Mrs. A. H. Briggs is a visitor with relatives and friends at Martin this week. For all class of picture framing see Home Furniture Co., Phone 99.. Miss Kate Robinson, with Miss Jennie Gale, was a Columbus visitor this week. Mrs. Knox Harper and Mrs. T. J. Bonner, of Rives, were shoppers here this week. Miss Jessie Gibbs is a visitor in Dyersburg this week with relatives and friends. Spray Pumps for fruit tree spray ing at WEHMAN'S. Mrs. W. M. Woodfin is the guest of relatives in Greenfield and Sha ron this week. , Mrs. Bettie Pickering, of Fulton, Is in th& city visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. S. Talley. Miss Gertrude Pardue is in St. Louis this week with the millinery schools and shops. We are prepared to cut and fit all sizes in window shades. Home Fur niture Co., Phone 99. The Big Store is indebted to Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wamath, of Martin, for a visit Wednesday. Mr. Allen Thompson and family have moved to the R. L. Cummings home on Division street. Mr. Fielding Pittman, manager of the Lake County gin here, was a visitor at Milan this week. Special prices on Brass and Iron beds at Home Furniture Co., Phone 99. Mrs. H. T. Robinson is a visitor this week with ' her mother, Mrs Geo. Watson, at Columbus, Ky. Mrs. W. R. Jones, of Murphys- boro, 111., is a visitor here this week in the Home of Mrs. Henderson. J. R. Moffatt and J. C. McCaw, of Troy, were in the city last Friday, looking after some legal matters Field and garden fence at WEH MAN'S at prices that will interest you. Miss Kathleen Rogers was a guest this week of friends at Dyersburg, attending a dance Monday night R. L. Roland, an old-time friend of the paper, was a business visitor here Friday and a friendly caller, School teachers and children of the city schools are enjoying holi day week, the mid-winter vacation. You can get shingles for $2.00 per thousand at Union City Lumber Co. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cole visited their daughter, Mrs. Harve Toombs, near Clayton several days last week. Mrs. Walter Howell and children and Miss Callie Howell visited rela tives and friends in Trenton this week. Mr. Alford Gardner, of Dresden, was a visitor here this week with the family of his brother, W. H. Gardner. Complete stock all sizes Southern Field Fence at WEHMAN'S and at money-saving prices. Mrs, Miss Ruby Caldwell has returned home from Fremont where she vis ited her old home friends the first of the week. Miss Grace Moore, Miss Clara Wehman and Mrs. Ruth Caldwell Whipple return to-day from a visit to friends at Hickman. G. W. Stovall, of Number Seven one of our former citizens, was a vis itor In the city Friday and a very pleasant caller here. You've tried the rest, now try the best Jersey Cream Flour. Leonard Caldwell accompanied his grandmother, Mrs. Lizzie Vance went to Fulton Saturday and re turned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Davis came down from Nashville for a visit and Mrs. Davis remains in Woodland to visit relatives and friends. Mrs. F. E. Arnn, accompanied by Mr. Arnn, is in St. Louis this week buying new millinery and notions for her store in Union City. Ask us about Victor Talking Ma chines. Home Furniture Co., Phone 99. Col. Geo. B. Driskill was called to Helena, Ark., Wednesday to see a brother who was injured some days ago in a street car accident. Mrs. W. W. Armstrong leaves this week for Memphis for surgical treat ment and hospital accommodations. accompanied by the minister. Call 150, Union City Ice & Coal Co., when you want coal right now. Tom Prather, Jr., of State Line, and Miss Sanders, of Wood land, were in the city yesterday shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. S. Talley and children were in Fulton this week visiting the home of Mrs. Bettie Pickering. Miss Mollie Bourne left Thursday for St. Louis to visit millinery head quarters and review styles for her work at Hickman. Phone 285 gets Averitt, the electrician. W. G. Clagett leaves next week for St. Louis and Chicago to buy new goods for the popular W. G. Clagett Co. store in Union City. P. Hyman and little daughter, Rena, are in St. Louis. Mr. Hyman is visiting the markets and selecting spring goods for his store here. Before buying spray pumps or lime-sulphur solution go to WEH MAN'S and get the best. Miss Sara Flanary is a St. Louis and Indianapolis visitor this week for the purpose of buying millinery supplies for her store in Union City. C. C. Wells, one of the recent ad ditions to citizenship of the locality near Terrell in Number Seven, was a Saturday business visitor and a pleasant caller in our oflice. Stop the leaks in your roof with Lum Cement. Sold by the Union City Roof ber Co. Stops leak on any kind of roof. F. E. Waldrop, in the interest of the Henry M. Halff Land Company, Midland, Texas, was a business vis itor here this week with headquar ters at the Neblett House. Mrs. Homer Wilson, of Greenfield, was a visitor here with Mrs. W. W. Armstrong this week, returning ac companied by Grandmother Arm strong and little grandchild. We make picture framing a spec ialty. Home Furniture Co., Phone 99. Mr. John Bennett, of Troy, was in the city Wednesday, calling on Dr. 1 T. F. Thomson for adjustments, and arranged for Dr. Thomson to make daily visits to Troy to take care of some patients there. R. T. Curlin leaves Saturday night for New York City to enter the markets for new spring goods for the Curlin store in Union City. He will be away about ten days or two weeks buying new goods. Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store guaran tees parisian Sage to remove dandruff, stop falling bair and scalp itch, and to put life and beauty into the hair, mak ing it soft and lustrous. It's a most invigorating and helpful tonic, and in expensive. Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Wade have re turned from Nashville after a very satisfactory course of surgical treat ment and hospital care for Mrs. Wade. We are pleased to know that Mrs. Wade is greatly improved. J. P. Verhine, who has been in the market for four weeks buying for Morgan-Verhine Co., returns home Sunday night with some very attractive announcements for the patrons and friends of the Big Store. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cochran left Tuesday for Memphis, where they were called unexpectedly on account of the illness of their daughter, Mrs, C. P. Patterson. Mrs. Patterson was in a hospital and expected to be brought home under the care of her mother. From Memphis Mr. Coch ran will go to Nashville direct to the reconvening of the Legislature. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hamilton, who have been spending a vacation at home, leave to-day (Friday) for Bellaire, Ohio, where they have con traciea wun tne management ror a fifty-two weeks engagement, work ing leads at the New Elks Theatre in that city. They are experienced stage people and their friends here are pleased to know of their success in landing good desirable stations. You cannot have good fruit with out spraying your trees, but you must also use good pumps and lime sulphur solution. Buy anywhere but WEHMAN'S is a mighty good place to get t he best. L. E. Haskins takes pleasure in announcing to his friends that on and after March 1 he will be with Morgan-Verhine Co. as salesman in the dry goods department of the Big Store. Mr. Haskins was with R. T. Curlin seven years and during that time made many friends in the city and country and other points tribu tary to the store. He has enjoyed a good patronage and solicits a visit from these friends in his new place of business. He will appreciate an early call. Mrs. Smith Newton, of Tipton ville, came over Sunday night and went to Cairo, accompanied by Mr. Newton, to take advantage of sur gical treatment. Mrs. Newton is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Willis. Mrs. Henry Jackson, of Clinton, Mr. and Mrs. Dell Knight, of Troy, Mrs. Biddie Glover, of Paris, Mrs. Milton Downing, of Hornbeak, Mr. and Mrs. Fate Glover, of Woodland, Mrs. Anna Hudson and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cloar, of Fremont, are here at the bedside of Mrs. J. E. Cloar, who is dangerously sick. In the Southern Fence at WEH MAN'S you will find just what you want and at prices that you can't help but buy. R. E. Craig was in Hickman Tuesday. Mrs. Albright was a visitor in Gard ner this week. C. F. Thau, of St. Louis was a Union City visitor this week. Miss Annie Owens, of Crockett, was a visitor id the city Friday. Miss Roberta Tisdale left yesterday for a visit to Nashville relatives. Mr. Sam Gowen, of Halls, was at home Sunday visiting his parents. Mr. B. Schneider, merchant of Milan, made a business trip to Union City this week. Mr. Milton Edward Meyer, of St. Charles, Mo., was a social visitor here this week. Miss Rankin, of Number Seven, is the guest of Mrs. Hunt Roper on South Ury street. Oak Mantels $4.50 and up. Union City Lumber Co. Mrs. J. L. Hudgins, of Nashville, is a guest at the home of her son. W. E. Hudgins. Harry D. Webster, one of our good friends at Rives, was a business visitor here yesterday. Roofing at $4.00 per square, guaran teed fifteen years without painting. Union City Lumber Co. Miss Rebecca McKinnis is a visitor in Waverly, Tenn., attending the wedding of her cousin. Miss Arah Cole is at home after sev eral weeks stay with her brother in New Butler, Wis. Big Muddy washed nut coal is best for cooking. At Union City Ice & Coal Co. Mrs. Houston, of Rutherford, is vis iting her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Kaiser, Lilac street. Miss Clare Winston, of Paducah, has returned home after a visit in this city with Mesdames Jas. Arnn and Chas. Cobb. Just received a shipmen of Vic- trolas and latest records at Home Furniture Co., Phone 99. Misses Vivian VVoodrow and Estelle White are the house guests this week of Mrs. G. E. Phebus at home south of Union City. Tom Finch, who has been visiting C. H. Bransford and family, left yester day for his home in Kenton, Tenn. Fulton Leader. We are sole agents for Victor Talking Machines. Home Furni ture Co., Phone 99. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Logan, of near Woodland Mills, were in the city Tues day. While here they purchased a nice bill of furniture and will start house keeping. Obion County, Tenn., is trying to work up some gravel roads interest. They need them down there and they have the wealth to back it up. Clin on Gazette. Mr. Bob Wade, of Rives, Tenn., a prominent Shorthorn breeder, was the Monday guest of Mr. G. L. Fields and looked over his splendid herd. He spoke very complimentary of Mr. Fields' cattle. Fulton Leader. Do not dose the stomach in the hope of curing catarrh or colds. Simply breathe Hyomei its medication goes right to the diseased tissues, soothing and healing. Ask at Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store for the Hyomei outfit noth ing to pay unless satisfied. Adv.