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And frankly admit we need the business. So our prices have been reduced on our entire stock of Dry Goods, Shoes,
Hats, Ladies', Men's, Boy's and Children's Ready-to-wear, to such extent that there is no longer any reason to -put
off buying your winter needs. Space will not permit us to quote prices on but a very few of the many items we
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STAPLES
Genuine Hope Domestic, limit 50 yards to a
customer, a yard -- 1 5c
The Heaviest Brown Domestic, a yard 14c
Best grade Outing Flannel, all colors, a yard 20c
Sewing Thread, white and black, a spool 5c
Yard wide good count Percale, a yard 20c
UNDERWEAR
We have anything in Underwear from infants' cotton
and wool shirt to a man's union suit size 52.
A good weight" ladies bleached Union Suit .-95c
Childrens unbleached Union Suits... 55c
Mens heavy ribbed two-piece Underwear, each 95c
Mens Hay nes ribbed Union Suit, a suit 1.95
Mens ribbed Union Suits a suit. . 1.50
Mens wool Union Suits, a suit 3.95
DRESS GOODS
An all wool Serge, 36 inches wide, a yard 1.25
Pure wool Red Flannel, suitable for middies, yard. 1.00
White Flannel, suitable for childrens underwear
at a yard 65c to 1.50
36-inch Curtain Scrim, beautiful patterns, yard.20c up
Best grade Charmuse, 40 inches wide, all colors.. 2.95
Best grade Crepe de Chine and Georgette, yard 1.50
OVERCOATS and RAINCOATS
Our stock of Ladies, Misses, Boys and Mens Rain
Coats is complete. Do not fail to see our line of Boys
Overcoats, ranging insizes from 2 to 1 6.
SHOES and RUBBERS
We have the best line of good high grade Shoes in
West Tennessee. We have shoes from soft soles to
ladies size 1 0. Seeing is believing come in and see.
We are agents for Ball Band Rubbers and Boots and
our stock of same is complete.
Ladies Coats and Suits
We have reduced the price on our Ladies Dresses,
Coats and Suits until we are showing 1 920 styles at
1914 prices. If you are from Missouri come in and
we will sight you.
HATS and CAPS
We handle Regal Caps for men and boys and John
B. Stetson Hats for men.
Blankets and Comforts
Do not be skeptical of our Blankets and Comforts
when you see the reduction price we have on them,
as we have priced them to sell.
72x80 pure cotton filled Comforts, each $3.95
66x80 WooJ Finish Blankets 4.95
We sold the same blankets in 1918 for $6.95
66x80 Cotton and Wool Blankets, each 6.95
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Union City,
Tennessee.
RIVES HIGH SCHOOL NEWS.
Lieutenant Colonel Frost visited
the cchool Thursday. In the morn
ing, he addressed the school in re
gard to the army school. In the af
ternoon, he lectured to the current
events class on Egypt.
Mis3 Ruby Skiles shopped in Jack
son last Saturday.
Mr. William Wade visited the
school Friday.
Lottie Lemonds entered school
Monday.
Miss Myrtle Thome has been out
of school for several days on account
of a serious attack of appendicitis.
The Parent-Teachers' Association
met last Friday.
The second number of the lyceum
course will be here next Wednesday,
Nov. 24.
Miss Mildred Callicott has been
out of school this week on account of
illness.
Miss Gertrude Agnew was absent
from school laet Thursday.
The Literary Society met last Fri
day. The following program was en
Joyed: Song School.
Roll call and minutes Secretary.
Debate "Resolved: That the
League of Nations Should Be Adopted
Without Reservations." Affirmative,
Chester Moss, Lucille Pendergraft,
Negative, Max Hauser, Ruby Garri
son.
Class History Susan Smith.
Instrumental solo John Woody.
School News Lois Kitchell.
Song School.
Paducah, Ky., Nov. 16. Samuel
S. Edwards, 48, a prominent business
man here committed suicide to-day
by hanging himself in his home while
his wife was abserit from the house,
reports say. He had been in ill
health since last spring, which was
given as the cause for hf3 act. -The
deceased was a native of Livingston
County, Ky., and had been manager
and part owner of the Arcade con
fectionery and soda room 11 years.
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We have just received a consignment of 50 Fine Over
coats for Men
Direct from Men York City.
These coats are the best that's made.
All Tailor Made-All Wool.
They are worth from $25.00 to $50.00 each.
We sell them
From $5.00 to $10.00 Each.
Think about it. You can buy an Overcoat that will last you ten
years, keep you warm and look nice for half the price of a ton of coal. s
Always Under the Market.
The Cash Grocery .Go.
Steward's Meeting
The District Stewards of the Union
City District met in answer to the
call of tho Presiding Elder at the
First Methodist Church in Union
City Tuesday, Nov. 16,. at 1 o'clock.
The ladies of the church served
luncheon for the visitors. The fol
lowing were present. G. E. Bowden,
Martin Station; J. D. Davis, Fulton
Station: L. F. Burk, South Fulton
Circuit; C. D. Nugent, Fulton Cir
cuit; J. J. Clement, Water Valley
Circuit; A. O. Caruthcrs, Hickman
Station; H. J. French, Cayce Circuit;
W. H. Busscy, Columbus Circuit; N.
A. Johnston, Greenfield and Brock;
H. C. Brock, Sharon and Mount Ver
non; J. B. Burchett, Kenton and
Rutherford; Richard Andrews, Obi
on, Rives and Sardis; J. L. Fry. Un
ion City Station; T. M. Reese, Union
City Circuit.
The following mini&ters were pres
ent: H. G. Ryan, Fulton; B. T. Fuz
zell, Fultoa; R. W. Hood, Martin;
H. B. Johnston, Hickman; G. W. Ev
ans, Union City Circuit; E. M. Math
Is, Union City.
The visitors at the luncheon were
Rev. and Mrs. Freeman, Mr. R. L.
Andrews and Mrs. E. M. Mathis and
son.
The District Stewards meet once
per year to apportion the conne,ction
al claims to the different charges.
This wa.3 a very largely attended
meeting. Tho Presiding Elder, Robt.
A. Clark, presided and C. D. Nugent
was elected secretary.
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Boys and girls eave tho Yellow
Kids. They are worth $10.00.
STOCKHOLDERS IN LAND
BANK GET DIVIDEND
Louisville, Ky., November 11.
A six per cent dividend to stockhold
ers on earnings in excels of operat
ing expenses for the year 1920 was
declared by the directors of the Fed
eral Land Bank at Louisville. The
dividend amounted to $78,000, and
it goes to approximately 9,000 stock
holders or borrowing farmers of
Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio and Ten
nessee, in which the State bank op
erates. A STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE.
If you have a cook; stove needing
repairs, see jr call for, me. I can
make it like new. Work strictly
guaranteed.
JOHN L. WILLIAMS.
Phone 584. At Neblett Hotel.
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