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BIG SALE AT CQRUM M JAC Begins rid Dec. Oth mmmmtm ayy And Lasts Until Dec. 25 Prices SLAUGHTERED on all f?eady-fo-Wear UR policy not to carry over goods from one season to another is made more impressive than ever when we had to sell some of last season's suits at 98 cents each. We have too many Suits and Coats, es pecially too many Children's Coats, so come in and get them almost at your own price, as we are de termined to close them out before Christmas. The model illitafnti'd Vi in same as shown in the October I issue of The Woman s Magazine. In our windows are models of I STYLE-CRAFT Man-Tailored Garments, which are true to the STYLE- CRAFT, reputation civ. inr perfect expression of the new and approved modes. Call today if you please, and see I our display of STYLE-CRAFT models. ' Children's Coats Ladies' Coats tA nnr a ' a O ok A b'S line at $4.95, $7.95, $9.95, $4.00 Loats reduced to . . . $Z.9o . ne A . . : . $12.95 and $14.95. All worth double. $5.00 Coats reduced to . . . 3.95 Ladies' Suits tmmmmm x $6.00 Goats reduced to .' . . 4.45 " There is where we have made our : y- greatest sacrifice. Have just 39 on hand, $7.50 Coats reduced to ... 4.95 including some large1 sizes up to 44. All i : retailed at $20.00 to $27.50. We offer $10.00 Coats reduced to . . 5.95 choice at $12.95. Also showing; big line of WAISTS, DRESSES and PETTICOATS at very attractive prices. Remember thQ Date Friday, December lO IhCohnGooomanCo. C.ORUM.& JAC PL Ml 1 ill I V ft "v 3i V fcThe model illustrated above is 1021 same as shown in the October issue of The Designer. Ihe satisfaction which comes with knowing you are perfectly tailored is assured in your selection or a S I YLt-CKAr I Man. I Tailored Coat or Suit A wide ranee of STYLE- CRAFT models is being shown in our Cloak and Suit department. Stop in today. , jHt COHN-GouOMWlCa. JNO. T. WALKER & CO. FIRE AND TORNADO INSURANCE WRITTEN in the COUNRY as well as in TO WN, Life, Accident and Health also: Farmers, Insure your Surplus Corn. Phones, 118, 146-J, 386-J. UNION CITY, TENN. New Livery Barn. Chas. Calhoun, formerly with Reece Alexander, has opened a new livery barn in the old West Tennes see Wholesale Grocery Co. stand on ' First street near the N.f C. & St. L. Ry. tracks, a very large and well arranged place for hitching, feeding and boarding horses. He solicits a share, of the business and offers the best treatment. , Why ; Call it Central School ? . In his report to the school board on several occasions lately the Su perintendent has referred to. the Pub lic School as"Central School." Now, as a matter of fact, there are ten or eleven blocks south and five north of the Public School, On the west there are seven or eight and on the east about five blocks including a large section'; from Main north to Cheatham and from . Home to the east corporation line given over ex clusively to the colored population, to all white school intent? and pur poses not in the corporation. The Public School on College street is not centrally located, so let us not call it "Central School." A FIEND FOR FACTS. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. That 960-lb. stack of Christmas Go cheese at Woosley's is a sight see it. In fact he has a stock of everything good. Master Hugo Allmond is quite sick this week of la grippe. Mr: Jerre Malone, of Hickman, was a business Visitor in the city Tues day. Mr. Alfred Davis, located at Ken nett, Mo., was a visitor here this week. Who gets "The Diamond From the Sky?" Find out at Reynolds Thea tre to-night. . Mr. Pres'ton Shore and Miss Mar tha Wade, of Rives, were in the city Wednesday. The closing chapter of "The Dia mond From the Sky" at' Reynolds Theatre to-night. J. J. Freeman, the popular smith and wagon maker of Crystal, was a visitor here Monday. r. a. Cherry, of Protemus, was a business visitor 4n town Monday and favored us with a call. J. W. Robinson, of , Rives, an old- time friend of-this paper, was a busi ness visitor here Monday. Mr. Ed Turnage, of Troy, was a visitor in the city Wednesday. He reports his daughter, Miss Frankie, who has been very ill with appendi citis, improving. Miss Chloe HOlIoway, of this city, is attending school in the Sacred Heart Academy, Madison, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Myers and Miss Anna Nichols, of Troy, were in the city yesterday shopping. Mr. Jas. Miller has returned to his work after a short illness at the Physicians and Surgeons Hospital. The last chapter of that great serial, "The Diamond From the Sky," will be shown at Reynolds Theatre to-night, Friday, Dec. 10. The Union City Equal Suffrage League will have its December meet ing to-morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Christian Endeavor Hall. If you have been following the fortunes of "The Diamond From the Sky," see the closing chapter at Rey nolds Theatre to-night, Friday, Dec, 10. Miss Cooley, of Yorkville, a train ed nurse, is now connected with the Physicians and Surgeons Hospital on special duty. ? The many friends of the family are glad to hear that Miss Maude Moffatt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Moffatt, who was taken to the Baptist Memorial Hospital, Memphis, is slowly recovering from ether pneu monia, which resulted from an op eration for appendicitis. Mr. A. H. Goldberg, of Indianapolis, was in the city Sunday, a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Hyman. J. H. Starnes and Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Jacksou, of Obion, came up with Dr. J. B. Sharp to visit W. S. Long, Sr.., who is ill at the hospital. Robt. Glisson, son of B. C. Glisson, a well known citizen of the vicinity of Polk, was operated on for ap pendicitis here at the Physicians and Surgeons Hospital Wednesday, Drs. Roland, of Polk, J. B. Adkerson, J. B. Hibbitts and D. M. Pearce having charge of the case. Report yester day from the young man is that he is doing well. WOODLAND MILIS. Everybody invited to attend the entertainment given by the "Mothers Meeting" at the school building Dec. 17, beginning at 7 o'clock p m. There will be two interesting plays, which will be a pleasure to all that will attend. Admission 10 and 15. cents. It is given to help pay for the library. ,R. T. Pruett haS completed his new barn. Mr. and Mrs. Porter Glidewell and children are at Mrs. Glidewell's pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Logan's, since their house was destroyed "by fire last Saturday night. They were not at home. Were spending the night with Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Logan. They had sold their place and will move to their new home at State Line, Ky.,. the first of the year. Mr. Angus Wheeler went to Rives Tuesday on business. Rev. Thorp filled Rev. Huey's ap pointment last Sunday and Sunday night, as our pastor was engaged in a protracted meeting up in Kentucky. Mrs. Chester Phebus, of Rives, spent last Friday night with her sister, Mrs. Jake Hefley. Mrs. Jennie Logan and children spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Howard near Clayton. Miss Mary Pruett spent Tuesday night Miss Lela Howard. The Ladies Aid met Monday with Mrs. Jinr Jones. Mi's. Arthur Evans wan here Sat urday shopping. Death of .Mrs. Littleton. News reached here yesterday of the sudden death of Mrs. J. D. Littleton at the borne of her sister near Green field, and members of the family here left at once for Greenfield. A further notice will be published in this paper next week. Coal Coke Wood Call Tel. 150.