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one-eleven cigarettes
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Three Friendly
In a new package that fits the pocket
At a price that fits the pocket-book
The same unmatched blend of
Turkish. Virginia andBuRLEYTobaccos
Guaranteed by
Money to Loan
T am authorized to take applications for long time loans
to be made by The Northwestern Mutual Life In
surance Co., on improved farms of 50 acres or more in
Obion and Weakley Counties, Tennessee, and Fulton
County, Kentucky. The amount of money that can be
loaned at the present time .is limited. The rate of interest
is 6 per cent. Please call at once if you are in need of
a farm loan. ::::::::::::: :
O. SPRADLIN, Union City, Tennessee
WJJ1 H.iAW-'l!t.:!M UH,.IJJH
New Service Standards for E. P.
' Urissom Grocery Store. : f
Mr. Grissom has ' installed In . his
grocery store a model new refrigera
tor, the highest achievement, the last
word in equipment, made for the
purpose of keeping and displaying
fresh meats, vegetables, butter, etc.
This floor case or cabinet is some
thing like sixteen feet in length with
ice boxes at each end covered in por
celain and hardwood, the middle sec
tion of heavy plate glass and hard
wood where the foods are placed, and
cooled to a temperature of 32 de
grees, evenly distributed. One of the
most important features of , tjhis re
frigerator is the fact that no one of
the food products "in the case is af
fected by the other. No one takes
from the other any of its naf ive ele
ments and therefore while in the re
frigerator retains all of its own prop
erties and tastes unchanged. This
is indeed a wonderful improvement
over the old system. The entire cab
inet is elaborate in construction,
highly finished and a handsome addi
tion to the store. Mr. Griscom's
model meat cutter is another fine in
vention, which he is using in paring
meats, and the two make a fine com
bination. Mr. Grissom will be glad
to have you visit the store and see
these improvements.
Flower .Bulbs.
Giant Dahlias, 60c Each.
Ordinary Dahlias, $1.00 Doz.
Canna Bulbs, $1.0) Doz., Postpaid.
tf C. S. Whitley, Phone 16. tf
Dance of the Dolls. t ,
Miss Hester Stone gave another
recital by her class at Reynolds
Theatre last Tuesday night, entitled
"Dance of the Dolls.," ,Mlss Stone's
work in Union City has ad a very
generous support. She gave last
year an interpretive recital and re
ceived encomiums. The recital this
week was novel and unique and the
performance was a decided advance in
the improvement of the pupils. A very
large audience present enjoyed the
little folks and their graceful move
ments as well as the larger ones and
their art. It was fine.
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' Comes from well
tailored all-wool fabrics
One thing is certain clothes that give long and satis
factory service are more economical than clothes that
sell at a lower price but soon lose' shape, fit and appear
ance. Most clothes look anjl fit 'right when new how
they appear after several months wear depends upon de
signing; quality of material and tailoring. .
Hy man's Old Stand.
Our new Management Sale was a splendid success and
to you all we desire, to extend our thankful appreciation
for your liberal patronage. Our Mr. Eli Brody has been
in the markets some, days arid the stock has been abun
dantly replenished to supply your needs for spring and
summer. Call and see the display of Dry Goods,
Clothing, Ready-to-Wear, Millinery and Furnishings for
all the family.
fit perfectly when you buy them; they stay fit and keep
their stylish appearance because they are correctly designed and expertly tailored by
master-craftsmen. Pure wool fabrics and high-grade "inside" materials insure lasting
Make an investment now by selecting your spring suit from the fine displays ready,
for you here. Six months or a year's service will demonstrate very clearly why these
suits are the most economical you can buy. Specially priced -some have two pants
$25.00 $27,50 $30.00 $32.50
. G. Glagett Company
Phone 111 Union City, Tennessee
As Specials for To-day and To-morrow, Friday and Saturday, April 21 and 22,
. Union City Trade Days Bargains Every Day.
32in. Ginghams, 35c value .19c
Percale (light and dark) 20c value .......15c
One lot short length Gingham .........10c
Yard wide Brown Domestic 8c
Watch our Show Window with real Bargains in
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Your spring wardrobe is incomplete without new foot
wear. To aid you in choosing just the right pair and to
fit perfectly, we have a varied choice of styles and leath
ers. All the new styles, strap effects, in brown and sat
in, black and brown kid, military and high heels; as well
as the new Junior heels.
Hosiery for the entire family. All at most reasonable prices.
We will appreciate an inspection.
I will address tho people of Obion
County the first Monday in May at
1:30 o'clock at -the courthouse and
tell you how to reduce your taxes. I
shall specify each bill that should be
repealed and each item in the appro
priation bill that should be eliminat
ed. Come and let's reduce our State
expenses and save our schools. I wtll
present some matters that will inter
est you , D. P. CALDWELL.
Red Spot Pingo Varnish.
Pingo Varnish is a pure, clear,
lasting varnish $5.00 a gallon. We
have all the cheaper grades.
rody Brottlhieirs
Phil Hyman's Old Stand
Card of Thanks.
We desire to take this method of
expressing our sincere thanks and
appreciation to the neighbors and
friends for their kind attention and
assistance to Mr. J. L. Mosier, our
brother, during his illness and for
the funeral and burial service. We
are deeply grateful for these kind
nesses. Mrs. S. B. Corum, Mrs. W.
E. Powell, Mrs. J. B. Wheeler.
William Rainey Bennett.
The last number of the Redpath
Lyceum winter course will be pre
sented next Tuesday night at Rey
Inolds Theatre. This will be a lec
ture by William Rainey Bennett;
who has been heard here before by
a delighted public audience. Mr.
Bennett is a man of advanced
thought and fine logic and humor
and he will no doubt have a return
welcome. Come out. The ladies an
ticipate a large audience.
when you carry a hand-:
on your car. It has lots o
staying power, will carry
steep hills "and never fail to
Hitch up our battery and pi
Fine Timber for
I am offering for sale 40,000 Feet of Mercl
comprising Cypress and other timber, loc
Place on Reelfoot Lake. 4
For further particulars, see or address
- TONY FEHRINGER, 3931 Blair Avsnus, St..
' The. marriage of Mr. Harold Hen
ry and Miss Addie Tom Light, which
took place at Obion last Sunday, was
a quiet affair which' was expected
to be kept quiet for a while, but for
the usual failure of knowing parties
to keep a secret.
Mr. Henry is publisher of the
Herald-Democrat at Trenton and
Mrs. Henry has been engaged in
teaching school.' They are both well
known and very popularly esteemed
here and at Obio
Former Chiel
White, has
grocery store
son and tfry
perience knd
large shate
5c, 8c, 10c

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