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ay PRICES In order to make Monday, March 6, the biggest First Monday Union City ever had; we are going to do our part by offering some extra specials MONDAY ONLY. IFoip ILsiclfie Six spools Clark's 0. N. T. Thread, 150 yards to spool 25c Unrestricted choice of any Waist in our house, values up to $7.00-. $2.95 All Silk Jersey Petticoats $1.95 A line of Plaid Skirts that is second to none $3.95 to $5.95 A good grade of 36-inch 1 0 1 Bleached Domestic, per yd ..2 JFof Mfoim Best grade, full cut, 220 weight ' ( fC Overalls P1.UU Best grade Seamless Work Sox, O&r 3 pair for K.......: JLJ Men's solid leather, black Dress Shoes $2.50 Men's solid leather, brown Dress Shoes 3.00 Best grade Men's Moleskin Pants 2.45 Best grade Men's Pin Check Pants 1.25 Men's Dress Shirts, nice patterns, with 01 r attached collar or neck band J We invite every lady to pay oiir Slipper and Readyto-Wear departments a visit and see for herself the wonderful bargains we are offering in Slippers of such famous makes as E. P. Reed, Walk-Over and J. K., at less than factory cost You will find in our ReadytoWear department a Coat, Suit or Dress that will please you in finish, style, workmanship and price. We carry Everything you wear and Guarantee Everything we Sell. Million Packets Of Flower Seeds Free ' We believe in flowers around the homes at the South. Flowers brighten up the home surroundings and give pleasure and satisfaction to those who hare them. We have filled more than a million packets of seeds, of beautiful yet easily grown flowers to be given to our customers this spring. 'Vouldn't you like to have fire packets of beautiful flowers free? YOU CAN GET THEM! Hastings 1922 catalog Is a The Commercial, Union City, Tenn. FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1922. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Mrs. Mary Gillum, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Cox for a few weeks, left this week return ing to her home in Bowling Green, Ky. -The farmers are realizing more than ever before the worth of this A: """""fAcompany to them.- Reynolds Pack- iuupage nanasomeiys illustrated seeg nook lull irom cover to cover of truthful descriptions and illustrations of vegetables, flowers and farm crops. It is full of helpful gar den, flower and farm information that is needed in every Southern home, and, too, the catalog tells you how to get these flower seeds absolutely free. Write for our 1922 catalog now. It is the finest, most Valuable and beau tlful seed book ever published, and you will be mighty glad you've got it, There is no obligation to buy any thing. Just ask for the catalog, and it will come by return mail. H. G. HASTINGS CO., SEEDSMEN, ATLANTA. f5A V 1 "-"mi At ililili urt iff mift ml 1 miw 1 tfifc iiniiMl Webster's New International DICTIONARIES are in use by busi ness men, engineers, bankers, judges, architects, physicians, farmers, teachers, librarians, cler gymen, by successful men and women the world over. Are You Equipped to Win? The New International provides the means to success. It is an all knowing teacher, a universal ques tion answerer. If you seek efficiency and ad vancement why not make daily use of this vast fund of inform ation? 400.000 Vocabulary Terms. 2700Pade. 4009 Illustrations. Colored Plates. 30.000 Geographical Subjects. 12,000 Biographical Entries. Regular and India-Paper Editions. Writeforspeo- teg- nil sii is imen pases. illustrations, etc,. Free, a set of Pocket Maps if you name Cbij paper. ' G.&C MERRIAM CO., Springfield, Mass. ing Co. Rev. and Mrs. E. M. Mathis leave the first of the week for Gibson to attend the marriage of Mrs. Mathis' sister, Miss Blair, next Wednesday at noon. Roofing Black Blazer Roofing, slate surfaced, 85 lbs. to roll, $3.25. Defender Roofing, 108 sq. feet to roll, $2.00 a roll. Buy where prices are right. Phone 260. Washington avenue. R. C. Woods and J. M. Rus sell's Red Spot Paint & Glass Store. Mrs. A. J..Scates has returned from New York City and other points, where she has been taking orders for the products of the Childs Specialty House. It is logical that pouring drugs into the stomach will not cure ca tarrh in the head. Hyomci, medi cated air, reaches the seat of the dis ease. Guaranteed by Oliver's Drug Store. Mr. N. L. Varnell and daughter, Mrs. Homer Scott has returned from Louisville, where she has been visiting Mr. Scott, who is there in one of the hospitals. Mr. Scott is recovering. Every sufferer from stomach trouble, gas, "belching, sour stomach, nervousness, dizziness and bilious ness, sht&fd get a box of Mi-O-Na stomach tablets to-day and start a treatment. Guaranteed by Oliver's Drug Store. Mrs. Clarence Williams has return ed from a visit home to her parents and friends in Great Britain. She and her husband are here with Mr, and Mrs. T. J. Williams. The new paint store on Wash ington avenue has paints of all colors and for all purposes; ranging in price from 90 cents to $6.50 per gallon; quality equals price. R. C. Woods and J. M. Russell's Red Spot Paint & Glass Store. Cumb. Phone 260. Mrs. J. R. Moffatt and daughter, Miss Maude Moffatt, have returned from Florida, where Mrs. Moffatt has been spending a few months with her daughter, who is teaching at Lake Wales. Hampshire gilts and young boars for sale at the jockey yard first Monday, March 6. Everything full blood. Look for us at the jockey yard. What is left will be auctioned off at 1:3.0 p.m. Your chance at your own price. 49-lt T. L. BRANSFORD SONS. Mr. and Mrs. J. Denton and chil dren, of Nashville, Mrs. Withering- N0TICE. All persons desiring to bid for the sanitary contract from April 1, 1922, to April 1, 1923, will please file sealed bids with the Board of Mayor and Aldermen on or before March 21, 1922, that they may have due con sideration. The board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. J. C. BURDICK, SR., Chairman Sanitary Committee. RIVES NEWS. Miss uubye, went to Adamsville ton, of Trimble, Mrs. J. Penn and Tuesday on account of the serious ill- little son, of Kenton,, were guests at nes of Mr. Varnell's father, J. M. the home of Mrst J. W. Woodard Sun- Vernell. , dav Messrs. C. T. MOSS and T. R. Rey- Guv Mav. State Ad in tan t of the nolds went to Memphis Wednesday to attend a meeting of the West Ten nessee Retail timber Dealers' Asso ciation, "r Cornell Wood Board, the best in side wall ceiling. Sold and recom mended by R. C. Woods and J. M. Russell, the Red Spot Paint & Glass Company, Phone 260; Washington avenue. Mrs. Irene Carpenter has returned from Hickman, where she had been to see her daughter, Miss Lois Car penter, who was very ill the first of the week. Brushes paint brushes, var nish brushes, floor brushes, window brushes, dusters, mops, chamois skins, Ocedar oil and mops, at Red Spot Paint and Glass Store, Washing ton avenue. Phone 260. American Legion, was a welcome vis itor last week. Mr. May is anxious to see that all disabled men have their claims adjusted promptly. He also spoke of the civic interests that the Legion is promoting. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Arnn have re turned from St. Louis after selecting and buying for Mrs. Arnn's millinery store the newest in ladies' hats and millinery goods. Miss Sallie Reeves,; Mrs. 'J. J. Roberts, Mrs. Kitty Rogers, and Mrs. Lillie Bruce will be with Mrs. Arnn in making up the new styles. ,Mrs. Arnn is mak ing a specialty this year of pattern hats and she invites the many friends and patrons of the store to come and see the beautiful display. Get Birds, Fish, Flowers and Laundry of Metcalfe. 46-3t Sherrill Clemmons was in from Louisville last week. Lexie Harper was a business vis itor in Jackson Tuesday. Miss Jessie Callicott spent the week with kinspeople in Martin. Mrs. Alma Vaden is in home from a visit in the vicinity of Clayton. Mrs. A. A. Proctor, of Trenton, was a recent visitor with Mrs. Leslie Hooper. . McAdoo Harris shipped out two pedigreed bird dogs to Murray, Ky., this week. Mrs. A. F. Vincent was down from Paducah a few days since visiting her daughter, Mrs. Burt Hooper. Mrs. Posey, of Union City, and Miss Maude Lafferty, of Fulton, have been down to visit with Miss Callie Byrns Poultry market this week left sev eral hundreds of dollars in Number Four. Corn is also on upward trend; giving us an added optimistic spring toxin. The epidemic or flu shows no abatement. Sickness is reported in the families of Ed Cultra Monroe McGowan Will Starnes and Claude Woody. Carloads of hogs recently brought in show deplorable loss from a defi ciency in strength of vaccine. Farm ers have taken the matter up with proper authorities. You are cordially invited to hear Miss Rowena Shaner,, a national lec turer of the W. C. T. U., Tuesday af ternoon next at the A. R. P. Church at 2 o'clock. Other unions especially invited. ,- . Union University team, of Jackson, en route to Trimble for a basket ball game were late welcome visitors of our school. Mrs. Wayne Woody is in Knoxville visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Susie Garrett. The ports of Haifa and .Jaffa are to be enlarged by the government of Palestine. TT XT 7 H J J 1LJO Like the other mer chants of Union City, want to make Monday, March 6th, the biggest first Monday Union City has ever had, and offer the follow ing, for cash only, and for this day only: Best Northern Clover Seed, bu $14.50 Recleaned Japan Clover Seed, bu.. 3.50 Feeding Tankage, ton 68.00 We welcome you first Monday and remember Third Saturday, in the future, will be another big day in Union City. Cherry-Moss Grain Co. HENRY. Who is the wizard of the tin, From which he makes old Lizzie's skin? Henry! Who makes it possible for us To whiz around in the old bus (And now and then to spill a cuss)? Henry! Who is the first great billionaire, Yet for it does not give a hair, Only as it may be a tool With which to build another school? Henry! . Who sits upon the railroad throne? Who has the other "big guns" shown? Henry! Who makes the fertilizer trust When ItfuScTe Shfflals is discussed? Ready2 to swell up fend "bust" When Muscle Shoals is discussed? ' Henry! Who would the Mississippi dam And give to other folks the "ham," Who will do more if he can plan Something better yet for man? Henry! Blessings on you little sage; May you turn another page. Where'er you are, whate'er you do. Remember we are strong for you. -Peter Popp Card of Thanks. We wish to extend our sincere thanks to the many friends who were such a help and comfort to us In our recent bereavement. May God's rich est blessings be yours. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hooper. Boards and lumber for sale. -D. J. Simmons, Rives, Tenn., R.F.D. No. 1. Rural phone (Sidonla) 19-6. 49-3mopd : .