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The Commercial, Union City, Team
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1920. ' EARS COimfQ BACK. IPMEIL IHIVM AIM'S Will Be Worn Openly by Women Thii Year. Chicago, 111., Not. 16. Women are again wearing ears. Now that winter Is approaching the dear sis ters following their usual "consistent policy of wearing furs in summer and openwork stockings and low-necked gowns in bitterly cold weather, hare changed the fashion and are permits ting a portion of their ears to show. The "ear bumps" which hare had a long jrun in feminine popularity are giving way, slightly. Only the lower tips of the ears are to be shown, how ever, and they are to be touched up with a dash of rouge to heighten the pink effect. Ears have been hidden so long that they are pallid and the rouge is almost a necessity. Five Hundred Club. Miss Fannie Mott Drlskill enter tained the Five Hundred Club at her home on Cheatham street last Thurs day. Mis Mary Howard Turner won high score and Mrs. Jack Brat- ton cut consolation. A delicious sal ad course wa3 served. The club meets to-morrow with Miss Naideen Jordan. S TT? H JJJiU Junior Matinee Masio Club. The Junior Matinee Music Club met Saturday, Nov. 12, with Eliza beth Bransford. The cIud welcomed to its membership Miss Sara Nash, who, we are sure, will prove an in spiration and benefit to the club. A very interesting lesson on Bee thoven was led by Miss Isabella Ev erett. After the business one of the best programmes the club has ever given was rendered: "Valse, Opus 70" (Chopin), Kath leen Arnold. "Cabalella, Opus 83" (Kock), Mary Arden Nailling. "Tarantella in A-Minor" (Anna Risker)' Elizabeth Bransford. "The Swallows" (Godard), Sara Nash. "Consolation" (Leschetizky), Bet sy Spradlln. "Fantasia" (Mozart), Sara Pick ard. A salad course with hot tea was served. It is the lack of a straight life from a Christian Ideal that is the cause of the political tragedy. See Dorrel Harris for a straight . life- dollar's worth for a dollar. Both phones, Union City, Tenn. Bridge Club. . - The Friday Bridge Club met with Miss Anna Alexander on Main street. Mrs. C. V. Andrews 'won high score, a lovely guest towel, and Mrs. F. L. Pittman won guest prize, a Pyrex, and Mrs. Cato Davis cut consolation, a guest towel. A delicious salad course was served. The ! branded ' get hard, could do Kanawha, not cake, salt made, hams for Woosley. salt I sold last season was 'Old Fashion" and would I did not want it but no better. I now have or Ohio River that does Barrels and sacks. Best I need some old country Thanksgiving. Sam'l D. 35-lt Troy Couple to Wed. Mr. and Mrs. J. Lee Hughes, of Troy, have mailed invitations to the marriage of their daughter, Ruth, to Mr. Hurt Glenn Hopper, on Thurs day, Nov. 25, 1920, at their home in Troy. STOMACH TROUBLES Indiana Lady Had Something Like bdljeition Until She Took Black-Draught, lien Got All Right Seymour, Ind. "Some time ago 1 tad a sick spell, something like indi Matron," writes Mrs. Clara Peacock, ol Roots 6, this place. "I would get very stek at the stomach, and spit or vomit, specially in the mornings. "Than I began the use of Thedford'e Black-Draught, after I had tried other medicines. The Black-Draught re lieved me more than anything that 1 took, and I got all right "1 haven't found anything better than Black-Draught when suffering from trouble caused by constipation. It Is easy and sure. Can be taken In mall doses or large as the case calls for.- . When yon nave sick stomach. Indi gestion, headache, constipation, or other disagreeable symptoms, take Black-Draught to help keep your system free-from poison. Thedfoffl s Black-Draught Is made from purely vegetable Ingredients, acts In a gentle, natural way, and has no bad after-effects. It may be safely taken by young or old. Get a package of Black-Draught to day. Insist on the genuine, ThedXord's. At your druggist's. NQ-H3 Salesmen Wanted To Sell Life Insurance. Good contract and big money to men who can produce. Write C. F. CUNNINGHAM, Dyer, Tenn. BECAUSE we sell our goods like we advertise. BECAUSE we stand back of everything we promise. BECAUSE we have put our goods down to meet the demand of the people with uic uncap piiucs ui uieir piuuuuis. BECAUSE we gladly take back anything returned without question. That is whv our store is crowded all the time. You mav come anv dav in the v . - i t if - week and our store looks like Saturday. It seems that everyone recommends their friends to Phil Hyman's Cut Price Store. There must be something to it. Don't you tninK sor wen we win continue our sale until most 01 our winter goods are sold, so it will last until Christmas so evervone can pet a chance to sunnlv them selves with winter wear at Phil Hyman's Slaughter Sale where your dollars do douoie auty. ; We started our sale price on heavy outing at 25c a yard now reduced to 19c We still have plenty heavy grade brown and bleached 36 in. Domestic, yd 15c Plenty of Gingham at a yard .......20c We have just received a lot of fine Gingham, worsted finish, sold for $1 a yard, in beautiful patterns, large plaids, something extra. As long as it lasts we will sell it for a.yard .....25c One lot oi Blankets worth $5 a pair, sale price , ...2.98 Mens Sweaters, one lot in gray color, worth $2.50, sale price 98c Keal Army bhirts, genuine wool worsted, worth $6, sale price 3.98 Uur ladies ready-to-wear department is still stocked with good things. Beautiful short Plush Coats of all kinds to suit your pocket book Plenty Ladies Coats, have been sold for $20 now 9.50 Coat Suits at a great reduction. Young Mens Suits, you can get nice looking suits as low as $15. Come and see. Boys Suits. We have plenty of them, and at prices that will appeal to you. Our supply of ladies 10c stockings still plentiful, also we don't forget the men; we have plenty of socks for them at ; 10c Union City Girls Win. The girl's basketball team of the U. C. H. S. last Friday night met and defeated .the Groves County High School team . of Paris, , Tenn. , the score being 36 to 5. The Paris team played good, clean ball and showed themselves good losers. They were handicapped by a strange court and outclassed- by the splendid work of the home team: ; Watch the Burns. ; A local physician advises great care to be taken" with: the simplest' burn, due to the liability of infection. A' three-year-old child died last week . front tetanus' (lockjaw) from an In fected burn, and another child de veloped erysipelas from a slight burn. : ho: Our shoes are solid leather and absolutely guaranteed and our Slaughter Sale prices are astonishing. In plain words they must sell and we have reduced our prices to suit everyone. So come to Phil Hyman s Slaughter Sale as Phil is here with the goods. Seasoned Ash Wood Cooking Heater lengths and Kindling Call Crystal Ice Go. Phone 32 UNION CITY. TENN. Cut IPrics Store U niott Gity, Tennessee I'm worth $10.00. Cut me out and take me home. WEHMAN'S HARDWARE STORE. A STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE. If you have a cook stove needing repairs, seo or call for me. I can make it like new. Work strictly guaranteed. JOHN L. WILLIAMS. Phone 584. At Neblett Hotel. ' To Otto Pate, A. M. Nugent, G. A. Covington, and the Farmers Bank of Fulton, Ky. M. H. Levy and L. E. Holliday vs. Harry Crow et als. Chancery Court, Obion County, Tennessee. In the above styled cause it ap pearing to the Clerk and Master from the bill of complaint, which is sworn to, that the defendants, Otto Pate, A. M. Nugent, G. A. Covington, and the Farmers Bank of Fulton, Ky., are non-residents of the State of Tennessee, so that ordinary process of law cannot be served upon them. It is therefore hereby ordered that the said above named defendants ap pear before the Clerk and Master of the Chancery Court of Obion County, Tennessee, on or before the First Monday, of January, 1920, that be in a rule day of Said Chancery Court, and make defense to the said bill, or the same will be taken as confessed by them, and the said cause set for hearing ex-parto as to them. It is further ordered that publication of this notice be made for four consecu tive weeks in The Commercial, a weekly newspaper published in Obion County, Tenn. 34-4t This Nov. 9, 1920. GEO. A. GIBBS, Clerk and Master. By Nelle F. Marshall, D. C. & M. Lannom & Lannom, Sol. for Complt. To Langstaff-Orm Lumber Company. W. A. Houser vs. R. L. Usry et als. Chancery Court, Obion County, Tennessee. In the above styled cause it ap pearing to the Clerk and Master from the bill of complaint, which is sworn to, that the defendants, Lang-staff-Orm Lumber Company, are non residents of the State of Tennessee so that ordinary process of law can not be served upon them. It is there fore hereby ordered that the said above named defendants appear be fore tho Clerk and Master of Chan cery Court of Ooion County, Tennes see,' on or before the first Monday of December, 1920, that being a rule day of said Chancery Court, and make defense to the said bill, or the same will be taken as confessed by them and the said cause set for hear ing ex-parte as to them. It is further ordered that publication of this no tice be made for , four consecutive , weeks in The Commercial, a weekly news paper published In Obion Coun ty, Tenn. This Nov. 2, 1920.. 33-4t GEO. A. GIBBS. '. . . . Clerk and Master. By Nelle F. Marshall, D. C. & M. C. N. ft H. H. Lanncro. J. A. Whip ple, Sols, for Complt.