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NONE BETTER THAN THE
-OLIVER TWIST
Wash Suits
Rompers and Play Suits
Made to wear, with plenty of originality
. i i i. .
in siyie ana quality, at a price
range
from
50c to fSl.SO
Boys Palm Beach Suits
$5.00 each.
They are good clothes. See them at
The Big Store
Morgan-Verhine Company
"Better Clothes for Better Boys.
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.LOCAL AN a, PERSONAL
Mrs. John Baird was ill last -week.
Mrs. Luther Andrews has been 111
for ' several days. 1 ; ;
Mr. Tom Blackburn of Troy, was
a Monday visitor. ,t.
Millinery always nice at Mrs.
Aran's.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Cobb visited
friends in Dyersburg Sunday.
Col. D. B. Bryant, of Hickman,
was a visitor in the city Tuesday.
Messrs. Roy , Vincent and Butch
Griffith spent Sunday in Paducah.
Steel Frame Double Quick Ice
Cream Freezers at WEHMAN'S.
ele for Cash
CLOSING OUT GROCERY
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We are going, to give up our storehouse
by the first day of June and our stock of
goods must go regardless of prices, so
come or call and get the best prices in
town. : : : : ' : :
4 doz clothes pins for. ..... 5 c
1 Oc can O. D. lye hominy . . 6c
8 bales toilet paper .25c
50c can Snowdrift lard for. 35c
1 5c lamp chimney for. .... 9c
,! Oc lamp chimney for . .... 6c
5c lamp chimney for. ..... 3c
No. 2 lamp burner ........ 6c
65c lamp for ............ 40c
8 boxes matches for ...... 25c
5 gallons oil for. 50c
25c can pineapple for. . . .21c
1 5c package Quaker oats . 9c
1 5c can tomatoes for ...... 9c
10c can tomatoes for :: 6c
5 c can tomatoes for ...... 4c
Now is the time to buy Groceries cheap
Wright Grocery Co.
. , Washington Street, near court house
Phone 24 . Free Delivery Union (Sty
A. Semones Is in West Point, Miss.,
looking after his farming - interests
there.
Hon. Fred J. Caldwell, of Tipton-
ville, was a business visitor here
Monday.
Mrs. Joe Crockett, of Fulton, spent
several days last week here visiting
friends.
Call 150 and get your coal and wood.
Union City Ice & Coal Co.
Esqs. S. F. Howard and J. A. How
ard, of Number Seven, were in the
city Monday.
MT. Hambrick, of Dyersburg, is in
the city visiting the home of Mr.
and Mrs. P. Y. White.
D. A. Luten was a visitor in Ful
ton Sunday with the family of his
brothV, Dr. J. R. Luten.
Copper and Black Screen Wire for
all screening purposes at WEH
MAN'S. -
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Williams,
of St. Louis, announce the arrival
of a bouncing 15-pound boy.
Mr. Casper Isaacs leaves shortly
to Join the Redpath Chautauqua for
the remainder of the season.
Mr. Hugh Smith, president of the
Coca-Cola Bottling Co., has returned
from a business trip to Hickman.
Use Dahnke-W alker Milling Co. Jer
ley Cream Flour, a home product and
guaranteed
Mr. Ed McCorkle, of Mount Mo
riah, is visiting his brother, Mr. Bill
McCorkle, and is attending court.
Mr. and Mrs.-Tully Owen, of JFul
ton, were in the city last week vis
iting the home of Mrs. H. B. John
son. ; ;
The Young Woman's Missionary
Society of the Methodist Church will
meet with ..Mrs. Ben. Rransfnrd Mon
day at 3 p. m. v
' Double Quick Steel Frame Ice
Cream . Cream Freezers at WEH
MAN'S . ,--.:. .;- . .
Phone
150
Phone
ISO
BON AIR Goal and Pure Distilled -Water ICE
. CooKIng Coal and Stov Wood
' UNION CITY ICE & COAL COMPANY
iood Job 'Printing a Specialty Here
Mrs.r Ellis Jackson, and little son.
William, spent several days in Obion
last week the guests of . Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Ferguson. . .
Mr. . Lewis McAdoo is out of ..the
city for two weeks or more looking
after the interests of the McAdoo
Construction Co.
Rev. H. H. Drake and family have
moved from their Morgan street
home to a handsome cottage on
North First JSreet.
Phone 5&, the new firm "ESS-
ANDEE'S nJAFE." The Quality
Shop.
Candidates P. D. Hornbeak, T. P.
Finch and T. J. Easterwood were all
in the city Monday with a weather
eye on the office of Trustee.
Messrs. T. M. Petty and E. Harris,
two of Union City's stock buyers,
left Tuesday for Denver, Colo., and
the Panama Pacific Exposition.
J. F. Semones and Clarence John
son went to Memphis Friday and
purchased a large Studebaker car to
be used on the Gibbs transfer line.
The entertainers of parties order
refreshments from "ESSANDEE'S
CAFE," Phone 539.
"Mr. Grover Wilson, who was in
Roswell, New Mexico, for some
months, is now with the Redpath
Chautauqua for a summer circuit.
Mrs. W. A. Ogles and children,
Mrs. W. F. Oliver and Willie Jolly
left Sunday for Mayfleld, Ky., to en
joy a visit with relatives and friends.
J. J. Miller, Miss Dixie Caldwell,
Mr. Homer White, Miss Grace Moore
and Miss Lila Caldwell motored over
to Antioch an Woodland Mills Sunday.
Telephone Union City, Ice & Coal Co.
when you want coal right now.
Mrs. H. H. Drake leaves Monday!
for Memphis where she will be in
the Baptist Hospital under treat
ment of one of the best surgeons of
that city. .
Miss Lillie Menzin, of Louisville,
is back again as saleswoman with
Mr. P. Hyman in the Union City
store, and is always welcome in
Union City.
AH kinds of coal at Union Citv Ice A
Coal Co.
Misses Mabel Kindred and Vir
ginia JK.urzaorrer, or Cairo, are
spending the week in the Union City
section, 'being guests of Mrs. Pink
Marshall, this city, and Mrs. Mary
Marshall at Clayton. : .
Judge F. W. Moore, of the Court
of Civil Appeals, was here last week,
leaving this week again for Knox-
vllle to take care of the East Ten
nessee dockets. Mrs. Moore is at
home in the city and will not Join
the Judge for a few days.
Col. C. N. Gibbs, of Chattanooga,
once Secretary of the State, is ming
ling with his many old-time friends
in Union City this week. Col. Gibbs
has reached his ninetieth year and
is active and in fine health. He
is of yore an interesting talker and
his friends enjoy his reminiscences
and good humor.
Why not start JMto beautify the
hair by using Pa-rfge, the delight
ful tonic sold fjTOIiver's Bed Cross
Drug Store. One application will make
the hair fluffy and lustrous. There is
nothing better for dandruff, itching
scalp and falling hair. Adv.
Mr. Clifton Agnew has returned
from the Industrial School at Nash
ville to the home of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. S. E. 'Agnew, near Rives.
The young man has finished a very
extended course of study and train
ing and is ready for the more im
portant ' affairs of life. The friends
are with him in any enterprise he
may undertake.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Custer went to
Tiptonville this week, where Mr.
Custer is to take charge as manager
of the new hotel just completed at
that place by Mr. Markham. Mr.
Markham in a son-in-law of the late
J. C. Harris, a man of large means
and no doubt has one of the best
hotels in the country. Mr. Custer
will make him an ideal manager and
he and Mrs. Custer very welcome
citizens.
Use CHI-NAMEL, the best stain
ing, graining and varnishing process
for all woodwork and furniture. You
get it at WEHMAN'S.
Miss Stella Williams, who has
been in Barnard College, New York
City, for the past two years, is at
home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
T. J. Williams, enjoying a few days
vacation. Miss Williams is taking
a unverpity course in the celebrated
New York school. She is well known
as one of the leading solicitors for
the Curtis Publishing Co., Philadel
phia, and the friends are enjoying
her,. home coming.'
' Miss Hazel Manley, of this city
is the winner of a piano offered as
a prize by the Fultpn Commercial
for subscriptions. Miss Manley led
the Contest by over 200,000 'votes
The, next in. line we're Miss Myrtle
Armstrong, of ', Dukedom, and Miss
Ava Brown, of Crutchfield. ,; Miss
Manley takes naturally to newspaper
work. She' has been ' contributing
and otherwise taking an' interest in
the 'press and has been' successful
with her work altogether. This
makes the third contest by the Com
mercial won by Union City ladies.
Gen. D. J. Caldwell has returned
from Battle Creek, Mich., and his
many friends here and in the Judi
cial District will be pleased to learn
that he is decidedly improved. Mrs.
Caldwell informs us that he arrived
at home Sunday and that his physi
cian at the Sanitarium informed
him that his condition was not by
any means as serious as he might
have supposed, and that by the prop
er care and treatment he would soon
be a much stronger man. The treat
ment at the Sanitarium has im
proved Gen. Caldwell wonderfully
in looks and we feel sure will soon
have its effect in returning strength.
It is easy to make ice cream with a
good freezer. You will find good
ones at WEHMAN'S.
An Important Case.
Governor Morris, of LaCrosse,
Wis., and Dr. Palmer, President of
the School of Chiropractic, Daven
port, Iowa, the former as an attor
ney and the latter as expert witness,
will be here for tbf, calling of the
case of the State vs. "Dr. T. F. Thom
son, local chiropractic practitioner,
who is charged with violating the
statutes providing for the examina
tion of applicants for the practice of
medicine in Tennessee. Dr. Thom
son will also be represented by local
attorneys, and the State by its gen
eral and special attorneys. It will
be in fact a test case as to the prac
tice of chiropractic in Tennessee,
and much interest is centered in it
in and out of the profession.
Limitations of Wealth.
"Money isn't everything."
"How now?"
"Here an English millionaire has
spent thousands of . pounds to as
semble about five thousand fleas."
"Well?"
"Yet the average yellow dog can
show almost as fine a collection.
Novelty Ideas in
Spring Shoes
FROM JOHN KELLY
AMONG the dainty style
touches in the newest
spring shoes are the nov
elty vamps and foxings.
This illustration will give you
an idea of one of the several
delightful new patterns we are
now showing.
New ornaments are smaller and daintier. Cuban, also
leather and wood Louis XV heels
5 per cent discount on all cash purchases $1 and over.
Full
mi
line Gentlemen's
Furnishings.
Drop in to see us.
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W&imtedl!
Wool, Poultry,
Hides, Beef Cattle,
Hogs and Sheep
We buy everything in this line all the
year round and guarantee at all times
to pay the highest market price. It will
pay you to phone us for prices or see
us before you sell. It will pay you
well to come many miles to sell to us.
YNOLDS
UNION CITY, TENN.
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NOW IS THE TIME TO
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your auto. Don't you think it needs a
new dress, too, for
"SPRING AND SUMMER?"
We do expert electro-nickel-plating, gun
metal, oxidizing, etc., at most reasonable
prices. Special attention given to electric
fixtures, etc. If you have anything that
needs plating, let us make you an esti
timate. Satisfaction guaranteed.
"WE MAKE 'EM SHINE"
FIELDS MANUFACTURING CO.
113-115 Carr Street FULTON, KY.
MOUNT ARARAT.
Miss Floella Grimes has returned
home after a few days visit to Mr.
and Mrs. John Willett near Horn-
beak.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Guy and
litte son, John Dale, were shopping
in Union City Saturday and visited
at the home of Mrs. Nannie Boston.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Neely, of near
Harris, visited at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Ras Owen Saturday and
Sunday. '
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Grimes and
children were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Griffin Sunday.
Miss Vera Owen's guests Sunday
were Miss Ruby Rowdan, of Ingle-
wood, and Misses Agnes, Addle and
Ester Grimes, of Bethel.
Mr. and Mrs. Bobbie Cummings
visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Bob Joyner near Harris Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Thomas, of
Troy, visited at the home of Mrs.
Nettie Blassengame Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Maupin were
shopping in Troy Tuesday.
Miss Nell Cummings is visiting
her sister near Crystal this week.
Mrs. Bob Osborn and daughter,
Hattie, visited Mrs. Osborn's daugh
ter, Mrs. John Iiitchford, recently.
Mrs. Lizzie Wiley has returned
home after a few weeks visit to her
sister, Mrs. Stephen Turner.
Mrs. Tom Kersey has returned to
her home after a few days visit with
her sister, Mrs. Sil Ross, at Pro
temus. DAISY.
The QUICK MEAL OIL STOVE is
the best for hot weather cooking.
You will find it at WEHMAIT'S.

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