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Hope Bleached Domestic, 36-in. LL Brown Domestic, 10 yards for 75c Pepperell Sheeting, 9-4, unbleached, 44c SUGAR 100 pounds, pure cane, $6.28 10 yards for 98c Today, Friday, Way 12, wi be Piece Goods DAY To-day, Friday, May 12; beginning: at 9 av m. we will offer our entire stock of Piece Goods at the biggest bargains ever offered in Union City. Don't miss it. Hosiery Sale Jill day Friday. All day Saturday. Of high-grade, first quality, full fashion, pure thread Silk Hose, in Armour Plate. Ladies $2.00 value in - A& black, brown and flesh Pl.tO Ladies $1.50 value. ' QRr black only Ladies' $ 1 .25 value, in Q C black, brown, flesh, grey Ladies' 75c value, in black and brown T"t Ladies' Lace Stripe,$1.50 value, Qftc in black only . tJW Ladies' Silk Lisle, 75c value, A FZ in black and white ... Ladies' Silk Lisle, 50c value, 'JQc in black, brown and white Ladies' Silk Hose, (seconds), 1 Or' in black and white PIECE GOODS SALE FRIDAY ONLY Hope Bleached Domestic, only 10 QQr yds to customer, 10 yds. for CV LL Brown Domestic, 36-in wide, 7 C ry 10 yards for. .... J only 1 0 yds to customer 9-4 Pepperell unbleached Sheeting, A An per yard only 2 sheets to customer i i- 1 - - , - ; Big stock of Ginghams at New Low Prices TOWELS Honey Comb, 24x40 .....19c Huck, red border, 18x36 . 1 9c Huck, plain white, 14x20 . 8c Huck Towel, 12x15 5c Curtain Scrim, ecru and white 5c Underwear Sale ALL DAY FRIDAY ALL DAY SATURDAY Ladies' Vests ZTIZZZ 9c Ladies' Lisle Union Suits ; 48c Ladies' Nainsook Teddies 79c Ladies' Nainsook Slipover Gowns 79c Men's Nainsook Union Suits, 75c value 1 69c Men's Balbriggan Union Suits, $1.00 value ..75c MOON BRAND Gingham and Percale Dresses, made in Union City, are the prettiest and best line that's made in the world. Friday and Saturday we will sell these beautiful dresses at One-half Price Sugar Sale FRIDAY ONLY 1 5 pounds pure Cane for $ 1 .00 100 pounds pure Cane for : 6.28 1 2-qt. Galvanized Bucket 19c Pin Check. Pants ... $1.19 Best Overalls ...:rr.:7:.:":'-. ..$1.19 No-profit Shoe Sale Friday and Saturday. All Ladies' low Shoes at cost 500 pair Men's and Boy's Work Shoes at COST LARD Reynolds Pack. Co. pure Lard, Friday, 50-lb. stand (net) $6.75 Queensware, Enamelware, Tinware, Aluminumware and all kinds Cooking Utensils at tremendous BARGAINS. Casfin Grocery Company i The house that undersells them all The Commecial, Union City, Tenn. FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1922. Business Meeting. On Tuesday night, May 2, the A 3goga Class of the Baptist Sunday School, being assembled in its regular monthly business me ing, voted in lavor of organizing a baseball team In the Baptist Sunday School and to 36in the Sunday School League of the city. In accordance with the plans, Mr. Dixon Williams, a man ex perienced in baseball, was chosen manager and Mr. Carey Brummel captain. They were assured of the loyal support of the Agoga Class and we feel confident they willl receive the same support from the entire school. Another important feature of the meeting Was the unanimous vote in lavor of joining the State organiza Hon and in turn receiving a certifi cate of excellence. The class has iret all the requirements end is eli ible to the State organization. Great benefit will be derived fro.Ti this move as in thef uture our class will be notified of the progress of the oth er State classes. The next business of importance vms he initiating Into the class of Mr. J. H. Gardner and he was heart .llv welcomed by all present. The .miscellaneous business was soon com pleted and the lass adjourned to -en joy a pleasant social hour. Mrs. Carlton and Mr3. Howse entertained with a duet and Mrs. Carlton played the piano while the class songs were sunsr. Refreshments consisting of ice cream, cake, and fruit were serv ed by a committee from the class. All enjoyed the meeting. RegardJeSs of the weather, which -was very inclement, almost the en tire membership of the class was present and entered into the spirit of the meeting with much enthusi asm. The3e meetings are not only the business part of the organization but they are a medium through which a feeling of fellowship is culti vated among the members of the class. We invite all to enjoy these privileges. You can do so by becom ing a member of the class. We In vite you. REPORTER. Trades Day at Dyersburg. The second annual Trades Day will be held in" Dyersburg Monday, May 15. There will be free band concerts, free minstrel shows, free street en tertainments, Ferguson Farms dis play and big street parade. Opening of baseball season, Dyersburg, vs. Jonesboro Zebras, in afternoon. Frances Minstrels at night. Some thing doing all day long. Merchants will offer special bargains for the day. 10,000 people are expected. J Death of Mrsi N. J. Darnell. Mrs. Nannie J. Darnell, 80 years of age, died at the home of her son, J. P. Darnell, near Shrdy Grove, on Thursday, May 5, 1922, at 9:30 o'clock a.m. Mrs. Darnell has been a widow for a number of year3 by the death of her husband. She is survived by j three hildren Mr. J. F. Darnell, j Robt. Darnell, and Mrs. Nettie Har ris, Paris, Tenn. The aged lady was a member of the Methodist Church and her life wa3 devoted to the church and to those whom she leaves with a moth er's blessing. Services were held at Shady Grove, conducted by Rev. G. W. Evans and the remains were in terred here at East View Cemetery. Preaching. I will preach at Mount Zion Sun day morning at 11 o'clock and at Salem at 3 p.m. G. W. EVANS. Subscriptions taken for all mag as ines. Mrs. C. L. Ridings, Phone 503. Card of Thanks. We wish to express our thanks to each and every one of our friends and neighbors for the kindness shown us during the sickness and death of our dear mother and grand inother, also for the lovely floral tribute. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Darnell and family. E 1R E E CANDY 9 o'clock Saturday morning Wesley Barry LoIIypops Free to boys and girls un til supply is exhausted The Candy Shop Profit in Ducks. The breeding and marketing of ducks in a large way .is confined to Massachusetts, New York and Penn sylvania. These products are con sumed in the Eastern States. There is no reason why ducks should not be raised on more Southern farms as this class of fowls could be made to pay a good profit. , All breeds of ducks require the same treatment. Young ducks are very hard and are not troubled with any of the many diseases that afflict young chickens. Ducklings are vo racious eaters, but they should not be fed too much, until a week old. After this time their feed supply should be governed by the quantity they will eat. From the time the ducklings are hatched they should be fed from four to five times a day and a good com mercial laying mash and some sand should be mixed in every feed that is mixed for the ducklings. The mash should be dampened with water into a crumbly mass. Mix the feed fresh every day; feed in troughs, giving at each feeding time as much as will be eaten clean before the ducklings stop eating and no more. A little observa tion will show how much to feed. Where a small number of ducks are raised it is best to use hens for hatching. Duck eggs hatch in 28 days, but the eggs frequently pip in 26 days. It is much safer to help a duck out of the shell than it is a chicken, but this should .not be at tempted until it is found that the duckling cannot free itself. Duck eggs hatch in incubators fully as well as hen eggs. Once a duckling is out of the shell it is quite safe -to count on raising ft to market age. Ducks should have water where they can get it to drink at any time. but it is not necessary that they have water to swim in, but the drink ing vessel should be deep enough so that the "ducks can submerge the head, in order to wash out their nos trils and crops. Ducks are not bothered with lice or mites and are free from such dis eases as roup, catarrh and diphtheria. Ducks are naturally very healthy and if they are given a good house where they can sleep on a dry floor and have a clean run, they are not likely to suffer from any disease. Ducks are profitable on the farm as they are good layers, make weight economically and are always in de mand in every market. Such a thing as overstocking the market with ducks has not yet occurred. Many farmers might keep a small breeding flock and raise 100 or more ducks every year to advantage. If New York barbers put up the price of a hair cut to a dollar Deli lahs may become fashipnable again. Nashville Banne. Among European nations the struggle seems to be as to which can issue most par cr money. Nashville Banner. If Herr Hugo Stinncs has all the wealth attributed to him' it is a won der the hard-up German government doesn't throw him down and take it away from him. NashvMle Banner. With those rolled down stockings the old reliable first natioaal bank can't b3 as secure a3 in the days of yore. Nashville Banner. "My father's got a bigger still than your father." "Aw, go on! I betcher he hasn't." New York World. No Age Limit. In the spring a young man's fancy Lightly turns to thoughts of love, And some older men get "prancy" When they spy a turtle dove. When the birds begin to twitter Love becomes a common thing, have known an ancient critter To go wooing in the spring. Electricity has been successfully used to land sword fish off No Man's Land, Mass. A specimen weighing 75 pounds was taken recently by sending an electric current through the steel harpoon. Motion picture films as a means of promoting trade in foreign countries are to be tried out extensively in the near future by the bureau of foreign and domestic comnerce of the De partment of Commerce; Left-Over Dishes. "I wish those recipes would be more definite." "What's the difficulty, my dear?" "This one tells how to work up old po'rtoes but doesn't say how old the potatoes should be." gUp fgtilp mi . . -jST M Mk .ft 1 a Fire Protection. This here Jim Rinse Is the durndest fool; He took out fire ins. On hlz STJimmin pool. ' Nashville Tennessean. This new sugar-coated gum delights young and old It "melts in your mouth" and the gum' in the center remains to aid digestion, brighten teeth and soothe mouth and throat. There are the other WRIGLEY friends to choose from, too: THE COMMERCIAL, $1.00 A YEAR in ''''