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FRIDAY. DECEMBER. 24, 1920.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
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rememtravueg for all.
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TO THE CALORIC
'PREPARE FOR WINTER"
EXHIBIT AT OUR STORE
See the wonderful CaloriC heating sys
tem that cuta fuel bills to .
that heats your entire home (every
room, upstairs and down) warm as you
want it in coldest weather.
Learn about the patented CaloriC
triple-casing that makes pipeless heat
ing successful and that commit be had in
any other heating system.
Over 100,000 CalonC users, many ia
this locality. The CaloriC Guarantee
your satisfaction or money back..
Exhibits daily, op to and including
Saturday, September 18th. Every- , ,
body invited. Tell your neighbors,,
"Let's all to."
Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co.
Union City, Term.
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One handvne Bedroom Suite of. Walnut,
as goocLas new, consisting of one extra large
vanity Dresser and Chair, one Dresserobe,
one Chifforette, one Bed and heavy weight
Springs, all-cotton Matress, one Wilton
Drugget, one- Reed Rocker, one Child's
Bed, orie extra heavy solid oak Dining Ta
ble, 6 Chairs, one Crex Hug, one Perfection
4-burner Oil Stove with Boss oven, Cook
.iiig tp&iisiis and dishes. Will sacrifice same
Miss Margaret Cloys has returned
from a visit to St. Louis.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Atkins left for
a few days at Selmer, Tenn.
Light outing at 10 cents
at Phfl
Hyman's
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Cut-price
yard
Store.
Mrs. Belle Curlin was a visitor
this week with Mr. and Mrs. Seth
Curlin at Hickman.
Gen. and Mrs. W. H. Swigcart, Jr.,
and 1 ittle daughter are up' from
Nashville for the holidays.
666 breaks a cold quicker than
any remedy we know.
Miss Frances Haguewood, of Ruth
erford, was a visitor last week In the
city with Miss Lola Harper.
If you want an honest job, come
to.McHugh Battery Co.
E. C. Dow, manager for the Met
ropolitan Life Insurance Co., has
been transferred from Oklahoma City
to Union City and ic now in charge
of the offlce3 here.
-Drive around to McHugb Bat
tery Co.'s station on Second street
and have your batteries tested and
watered free.
Mr. Lee Qulnn, of Newport, R. I.,
attached to the U S. Battleship Ten
nessee, Is enjoying a furlough in Un
ion City with hl3 parents, Mr. and
Mrs. F. E. Quinn.
-We have the largest and most
beautiful lin"? Xmas goods ever
shown InJIlu City. Shop early at
Wehman
Mins Mary Lee Stone and Miss
Martha McAlister came in this week
from Brenau College, Gainesville,
Ga., to spend the holidays with
homefolks in and near Union City.
When you put your car up for
winter don't forget your battery.
Bring it to McHughi Battery Co.'s
station.
Miss Vivian Scott, teacher of
household economics in tho Union
City High School, loaves this week
to enjoy the holidays visiting her
parents and friends at Columbia,
Tcnn.
All the latest books for old and
young, by best authors, at Cobb's
Corner Drug Store
Mr. Herbert Quinn, of Cosgrove,
Ark., and Mr. Ralph Quinn, of the
Lake County Manufacturing Co., are
here for the holidays visiting home-
folks on Palmer street and the i
friends in Union City.
Xmas elfts for everybody! We
have a Btore full of carefully selected
gifts and our prices are reasonable.
Wehman's.
The White & Quinn insurance of
fices are now located in tiro old post
office building, which has been over
hauled and reconstructed. Mr. Rob
ert White i3 in charge and foe is
pleaaed to invito his friends to one
of t.N handsomest offices in the city.
Ten dollar blankets going at
$4.98; $5 plaid blankets going at
$2.98: $4 blankets at $2.48 all at
Phil Hyman's Cut-price Store.
Dr. H. W. Quails, whose offices are
now in the Naming buiiamg on
Washington avenue, will be in the
new quarters on First street in the
old post office building the first of
the new year. Tho new quarters will
include reception, consulting and op
erating rooms, all Just finished in
modern and model arrangement,
with suiti'blo heating and lighting
and comfortable appointments.
Metcalfe'3 Grccnhou30 will have
a nice display of pot plants and cut!
flowors for Xmas. Right from the
producer to consumer at reasonable
prices. 38-at
Of lb following boys and girls
from Union Cityi in school at differ
ent points, probably all the girls ex
cepting Jeanie Garth and Mary
and Maxi6 Horner -will be home for
tho holidays. Some of the boys will
be here. They arc aa follows: Uni
versity of Tennessee: Misses Elsie
Stone. Mary and Maxie Horner,
Jeanette and Zula Mae Harris, Mary
Butler, . Nola Allmond, Nellie Milner,
Kathleen Burdick, Anita Dodds, Hes
ter Bennett, Helen Dahnke, Virginia
Andrews, Glynn Brown, Will Lan-
nom. Gene Campbell, King Cox,
Richard Alexander. Vanderbilt Uni
versity. Misses Doris and Virginia
Niles, and Thelma 'Jordan. Miss
Mary Lee Stone and Miss Martha Mc
Alister, Brenua College. Miss Mary
Hill Mosier, Agnes Scott College, De
catur, Ga.. and Miss Sara Spradlin,
Randolph-Maoon, College Park, Va.
The most energetic workers feel
lazv and low-SDirited at times. This
condition is caused by impurities in j
thn Btnmaph. liver and bowels, which i
should be gotten rid of before they
bring-on a sick spell. A lew aoses oi
Prickly Ash Bitters, the remedy that
mi nap ripnnsea the system and
sends new life and vigor to every
part ot the body. Price $1.50 per
O- PER BUSHEL
Three kinds to select from
SPIES, SPITZENBURGS and RUSSETTS
These fine Christmas apples are put up in one bushel bas
kets .and arranged in sizes from 2-1-2 inches up to as large as
they grow on the tree no culls every apple must be a per-
tect apple.
Nothing so economical, nothing so appreciative and nothincr
so healthful for Christmas presents as a basket of these fine
apples. y f
Buy Them Mow and Avoid the Rush
We are pleased to quote you prices as follows:
Apples, any kind, per dozen 25c
Apples, any kind, per half bushel $1.50
Apples, any kind,, per bushel basket 2.50
Delivered anywhere inside the corporation or express office.
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for you. They number some
of the world's best-lqved pieces of
music. Take this opportunity to
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Rosary (Nevin) Comet ' Couturier
A Dream (Bartlett) Cornet Couturier
Marcbe Lorraine
Imperial Marimba Band
Hawauan Breezes Wailriki Hawaiian
Orch. (With Louise & Ferera)
t Waflana Waltz Instl. Duct
50670 Toots Paka's HawaiiatM
- (Hawaiian Smiles Waikild Hawaiian
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1 Semper Fid eli. March N.Y.MilitaryBand
Trumpeter'i Carnival-March Miiitaire
N.Y.MilitaryBand
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visit our Re-Creation Department.
See how our various services to
owners help you get the greater,
finer joy out of your New Edison.
80202 J Gloria-12th Mass (Mozart) Gregorian Choir.
JHallelujah Chorus Messiah (Handel) i
Oratorio Chorus
82536 Ave Maria (Bach-Gounod) in Latin -
Marie Rappold and Albert Spalding
82077 Depuislejour Louise Anna Case .
fi Jl j Silent Night (Gruber) . Frieda Hempel
, 1 JO Holy Night (Adam) Frieda Hempel
O That We Two Were Maying
82510 Elizabeth Spencer and Thomas Chalmers
In the Evening by the Moonlight.
I Dear Louise , Hiitdermyer and Chorus
f Sweet Spirit, Hear My Prayer (Wallace)
82032 ' Venetian Inst. Quar.
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