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Drive Union City early Saturday morning; and be in this big:
Paray. with you for this big: Easter Shopping: Day, in or
der : that tliey maybe" : in the picture that is made on Washington Ave. and
First St, at 10:30 A. M. Merchants are making: special prices on this big: Trades
Day. Third Saturday will be your last day to dress up for Easter, so take ad
vantage of this day for bargains and special attractions. Don't fail to visit the
following stores Third Saturday. Read every name below and see our show
Windows:
Bruer & McDaniel Hyman's Cut Price Store Motor Sales & Service Co. Cash Grocery Co. Corum & Jackson
Mrs. F. E. Arnn Brody Bros- Successors. Jackson & Ward Blue Bell Dry Cleaning Co. Reece Alexander
McHugh Battery Co. W. G. Clagett Co. C. L. Andrews Kaufman's Low Price Store Union City Lumber Co.
Woodfin Bros. Grocery Shatz & Byer V. E. White J. C. Burclick Averitt Electric Co.
W. D. Tune Union City Steam Laundry E. L. Gish Roper s Floral Shop Miss Sarah Flanary
S. T. Denton & Son. and Greenhouse E. L. King & Co. Gem Cafe Shatz Bros.
Citizens Auto Co. Alexander Coal Co. Hamilton's Cafe Pathe Music Co. R. A. Pardue
Martin Schmidt H. A. McElroy Co. A. E. Kirkland Chas. Dietzel, Jeweler R. H. Rust
Forrester & Darnell Morgan-Verhine Co. Nailling-Keiser Hdw. Co. I. S. Kirby S. D. Woosley
Another Big After Easter Shopping eek in Union City Before April 22
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The Comniercial, Union City, Tenn,
FRIDAY, APRIL i 4, 1922.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Dr. W. J. Jones visited home folk
in Milan Sunday.
Rev. B. F. Reagin, of McKenzie,
was here Monday.
Mrs. Herbert Quinn is visiting
friends in Obion.
Buy your electric light globes
from an electrical shop. It PAYS.
Averitt Electric.
Prof. J.C. McAmis, of U. T., Knox
ville, was here Friday.
Mr. W. F. Richardson, of White
ville, was here Tuesday.
Justine Atteberry, of Cayce, Ky.,
was a Saturday visitor in the city.
W. E. Hudgins, attorney was a
business visitor in Trenton 'last
week.
If you are looking for fine pep
per or pimento plants call Mrs. D. N.
Walker, phone 146-J. 2-tf
Misses Mary and Alice Prather, of
State Line, were here shopping Sat
urday. Miss Hattie Barton was a week
end visitor with home folks in Ruth
erford. Miss Zedna Welker. of Dyersburg,
Is a visitor this week with Miss Ruth
Foulks.
Wall Paper at prices ranging
6c, 8c, 10c, 12c and up per roll.
RED SPOT PAINT & GLASS CO,
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Dickenson, of
Number Seven, were in the city Wed
nesday. M. L. Wood, of North Dakota, was
a Saturday Visitor with old friends
in the city.
Mrs. Clarence Latimer, of Pine
Bluff, Ark., is a visitor with relatives
in the city.
When you buy Red Spot No. 43
you get a pure lead, oil and zinc
paint; $3.25 per gallon.
RED SPOT PAINT & GLASS CO.
Miss-Jfelle Bond and Robert Bond
attended the C.E. convention in New
born last week.
f Misses Vieva Roper and Inez Love
lace attended the C. E. convention in
Newbern last week.
New goods by express every day.
Call and see them. The quelity is
here, the price isjiere, and a hearty
welcome awaits you. Brody Bros.,
Phil Hyman's old stand.
Misses Pearl White and Addie
Walker attended the C. E. convention
in Newbern Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Latimer are
visiting in the city, the guests of Mr
and Mrs. D. N. Walker.
Miss Nola Freeman, of Martin, is
a visitor here this week with" her
sister, Mrs. S. R. Bratton. u
Mr. T. K. Happel, cashier of Gib
son County Bank, Trenton, was a
business visitor here this week.
New goods arriving every day
and our stocks are now complete.
Will appreciate a visit. Brody Bros.,
Phil Hyman's old stand.
Dr. Ira Park and Dr. J. D. Carlton
are in Memphis attending the Ten
nessee State Medical Association.
Mrs. Mary Crenshaw has returned
from Memphis, where she was the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. McClure.
Mrs. Alexander and Mrs. William
son, of Dyersburg, are visitors in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dietzel
this week.
Mrs. George Norman Brinkerhoff
has returned to Chicago after a visit
to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Z.
Massengill. .
See S. A. Carter for high-grade
pianos. Right price for cash or on
Installment plan. First-class tuning
and repairing.-
Inspect our goods and get the
prices. Our sale was very "satisfac
tory, both to ourselves and our cus
tomers, and the stock has been re
plenished. Brody Bros., Phil Hy
man's old stand.
Mr. Cecil Woodfin and Miss Louise
Woodfin, of the, vicinity of Gibbs, at
tended the C. E. convention at New
bern last week.
Rev. W. B. Cunningham, wife and
little daughter, Mary Margaret, at
tended the Christian Endeavor Con
vention at Newbern last week.
Mrs. J. A. Latimer and sister, Miss
Byrn, who have been spending the
winter in Florida, were here last
week for a few days visit, en route to
Waukesha, Wis.
All the new things for the
Easter, shopper shoes, clothing, dry
goods, ladies' ready-to-wear, all just
arrived. Will be glad to show you.
Brody Bros., Phil Hyman's old
stand.
Senator D. P. Caldwell will be
present to-night at the closing exer
cises of the DJjpie High School, deliv
ering an address to the pupils and
presenting medals.
TAKE GUDE'S
PEPTO-MANGAN
It Is the Safe and Reliable Tonic
Used by Physicians for 30 Years. ; ,
There are "new styles" even in
medicines. A new "fad" comes, is
popular for a while, and then fades
out of public view. A remedy thai
has stood the test for thirty years
must have remarkable merit and can
not be called a "fad." Such is Gude's
Pepto-Mangan, originated by Dr. A.
Gude over a quarter of a century ago,
which has helped many thousands
of people back to good health by im
proving the blood. Pepto-Mangan is
an iron tonic. It contains iron in a
special form easily absorbed by the
system. It puts color into the lips
and cheeks and improves the entire
body by improving and enriching the
blood. It is sold by druggists in both
liquid and tablet form. If you want
to be well and strong and look fine
and healthy, take Gude's Pepto-Mangan.
Advertisement.
Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Dalton enjoyed
a few days Visit this week to relatives
and friends at Rector, Ark.
Judge and Mrs. Leake Hill, of
Dresden, were in the city attending
the funeral of Mr. J. L. Mosier. Mrs.
Hill was a visitor here for several
days during Mr. Mosier's illness.
Mrs. Lewis Gray and children,
Misses Nellie and Lela, and son,
Odell, and Mrs. John Payne went to
see the high waters at Kickman Sun
day and spent the day . with Mrs.
Gray's son, Mr. Chas. N. Gray, and
family. . They had a nice time there
and viewing the high waters.
Sterling-Cannon.
Mr. Willie W. Sterling and Miss
Lewis E. -Cannon, of this city, were
united in marriage at the parsonage
Thursday, . the 6th Inst., at 7:30
o'clock, Rev E. M. Mathis officiating.
Welcome to the Methodist Church.
One year ago next Sunday there
were present in our Sunday school
396 and it was in every way a very
fine day. We feel that no one there
regretted having come . Now let us
show our appreciation fo rthe many
blessings which have been bestowed
on us during the year and be in our
places at nine-forty next Sunday
morning. We should have five hun
dred present. Will YOU be one of
that number? We should come, not
simply because it is Easter, but be
cause of the good influence it would
have upon others. Our church con
gregations have been splendid, but
we have room for many more, so we
hope that you can arrange to be with
us in the service. At the conclusion
of the morning service it is our pur
pose to open the doors of the church
and we sincerely hope that every
christian of a Methodist faith who
has not united with the church will
be on hand and become one of us.
If your letter is in your trunk why
not bring it out and get into active
service? We need you, and you need
us; we need each other.
The Sunday evening service which
meets at 7:30 o'clock will be alto
gether in the hands of the choir. To
this you have a cordial invitation to
be present for the rendition of the
Easter cantata by our choir with the
assistance of members from the other
choirs of the town. If you are a
lover of music and song we feel that
you will be abundantly paid for tbe
time spent with us. There will be
no sermon. Our doors are open, our
hearts are warm and your welcome
is awaiting you. This being the an
niversary of our risen Christ, may we
arise to walk in a newer and fuller
life.
Operetta.
The operetta, "On a Midsummer's
Day," will be presented by the pu
pils of the lower grades of Central
School at the High School auditorium
Friday nigh, April 21, at 8 o'clock.
See the frolic of the fairy folk and
the personification of nature on a
midsummer's day.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to thank our friends and
neighbors for their many acts' of
kindness shown us during the illness
and death of our dear daughter and
sister. Words can not express our
appreciation. May God's richest
blessings be upon you. Mr. and Mrs.
N. B. Fluty and Family. pd
Citizens Ice Coal Co.
Successors to Union City Ice & Coal Co.
Nothing new but the
NAME
Same place. Same courteous treatment
Same Phone
Number 150
SEE
PLENTY OF ICE-PLENTY OF COAL
. SSJTELEPHONE US1

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