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Tie Commercial, Union City, Tenn.
..'ri.y. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 2. 1921. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Miss Ruby Caldwell was a visitor this week in Fulton. Miss Jessie Calllcott, of Rives, was a visitor in the city Tuesday. Rub-My-Tlsm, a pain killer. L. P. Ellison, of Memphis, was a business visitor in the city last week. Obion River has been over the banks and rabbits and ducks are riBFiF-i - 666 quickly relieves a cold. Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Carnell, of Greenfield, Tenn., were In J.he city Tuesday shopping. Mr. Walter Harper, of Hauser Val ley, visited his sister, Mrs. W. S. Long,' Sunday last. Call 150 for Bon Air. , Mr. and Mrs. G. R. McVay and lit- Lie uaugiiLcr, ui iu.6i city this week visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Nailling. JVietnOdlSl Xjaaies Dazaur, r riujr and Saturday, Dec. 2 and 3. Beauti ful Christmas gifts for very little money. At Harpole-Walker Furni ture Store. Fresh Oysters at Burdicks. Phone .or ' XOtf. - Mrs. J. M. Caldwell was a patient of the Nailling Hospital this week, " having an operation which involved removing local infection above the upper teeth. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ruffln and Miss Pearl Pettus have returned to Lin den. Tenn.. since the funeral of Mr . Pettus Ruffln. Mr. Kulfln is tne prin cipal of the Linden school. The Devil is coming to Union City. Watch for date. After a pleasant Thanksgiving with their relatives, Mrs. Otis Bogle and Wilson Sharp, Dr. Sharp and Mrs. Rome Jackson have returned to Union iCty. Miss Gertrude Sbatz, of 'Kenton, and Misscst Herwitz, Byrock and Mr, Levy, of Pad ucah, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Byer for the Elks Thanksgiving dance". ! 7 ' Santa" has Just unloaded hiB pack of Useful Gifts and Toys at Wehman's. Shop- Early. - Mr. and Mrs. Ferrell Greer are very much interested in the visit of a young man who arrived this week by way. of Storkland. He was a heavy weight twelve pounds without his raits. Mr. Warren Reeves, we learn is now located .at San Diego, Cal., with the Southern Trust and Commerce Bank, in the clearing house depart ment. Mr. Reeves' friends here ten der kind wishes. , ', Our sale prices are lower than the present wholesale costs. Phil Hyman's Cut, Price Store. A party of Troy people was here last week on some estate business for a citizen of Number Six: Messrs. R. W. Mahon, P. W. Moffalt, J. C. Mc Caw, J. L. Forrester, E. A. McAdoo, Thel Taylor, Jas. W., Pressly, G. H. -Christmas Gifts for everybody at . Wehman's. Bring your shopping list and buy your gifts early. Mr. G. A. Warren, one of our good friends of the vicinity of Mount Pe lia, has a new residence about com pleteda nice seven-room bungalow with modern conveniences and com forts. Mr. Warren was here last week doing somo trading. Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde," star ring John Barrymore, coming soon. Playhouse. Mr. Lon Lancaster received a mes sage this week from St. Louis, notify ing: him of the Illness of his son, Vardry, who , is in service of the 'American Railway Express Co. The young man was reported to have pneumonia, but not seriously ill. J. S. O'Sullivan received his com mission this week as ambassador of the Al Chymia Temple, Memphis, .Tenn for the Union City district. Mr. O'Sullivan's commission was is sued by Potentate E. A. Rome. Now, If you are a candidate seeking admis jsion to the temple see Mr. O'Sullivan at once and have him arrange for your pilgrimage. t Our store is crowded always. People know where to go for bar gains. 'Phil Hyman's , Cut Price Store. '. ' r . Mr. Lewis McAdoo, of Rives, was a business visitor here Tuesday. Mr. McAdoo was somewhat crippled from an accident at Gleason. He was there for the McAdoo Construction Co. put ting up a bridge and. a foot adz ac cidentally struck his ankle and made a considerable flesh wound. The bone was slightly injured, but Mr. McAAdoo is up and out again. t Don't forget that we are selling men's and young men's suits at 112.60 and $15.00, so get your Xmas suit at Phil Hyman's Cut Price .Store. -i SCfiet: Ask definitely to tear the l ... ... ' .. .. . .' : - Every Christmas shopper should hear this astounding DECIDED and remarkable progress has been recently made in the phonograph field. These new developments have changed the entire phonograph situation. The facts have been known for some time to music experts and to many music-lovers. Now they can be revealed to every one who has ears to hear, bV the Turn-Table' Com. parison. - ,' ' JL Are you trying to 1 discover which phono , graph is best for classic numbers, which for popular songs and dances? Which for human voices, and which for instrumental music ? Which brings you most of the enjoyments and benefits that lie in music? , .... . i - 1 ' " The Turn-Table Comparison will enable you to choose that phonograph with unerring accuracy. 1 .... ' , , .. It consists of a revolving platform. On the platform' are the four leading makes of phono graphs. You hear each in the same room, from the same position, playing recordings by the same artist. A real scientific comparison. That is why these new facts of the phono graphs as they are today come out with such startling clearness. . Before you. decide on your Christmas phono graph, be sure and hear what the Turn-Table Comparison has to tell you. It is conducted part from ouf sales-floor, purely as a service. So, don't hesitate to come in and ask to hear it. ' : :. ' ?, GHAS. DIETZEL, Jeweler Union City, Tenn. 7 MMlliailQ) m fka! vrmnt 1iwt ftM inilT tti tOm Notice to Manufacturers , theBt to hgac oth m. The talking machines used in these tesa chinei of die same make, of their own sc are kept by us in die best possible condi- lection, of equal or greater value, at any tion. Maaufacttireri of such machines time during business hours. because it isgnen only on request Notwithstanding the unpleasant day and steady downpour of rain many homes in Union City were made thankful places. Entertainment was "generous and pleasant. Among the number was the dinner given by Mrs. Annie Holloway to a few of her friends. , Those present were Mrs. Vaught, who recently moved to this city, Mrs. Alma Nagle and little daughter, Bettic, Mrs. Ruth Stone, Misses Nellie and Adele Strother, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Long and David Holloway. - Sunday Afternoon Service. " Service was conducted last Sun day afternoon at Jimmie's Play house with Pastor Baker as speaker. The attendance was very liberal and attention and interest very" encour aging. Announcement. I have opened up a boarding house at my home north of courthouse, and would appreciate a share of public patronage. Meals 35c. Regular boarders special price. 33-4t MRS. MARVIN CHAPEL. Seriously Injured. ; News was received here last week of a serious accident in McNairy County. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Roland, who reside in the vicinity north of Union City, were notified that their son, Ovie, who was In the county vis iting relatives, had been seriously in jured. He was reported to have fal len on an axe which cut his body about the hip or Joint between the leg and the body well toward the fronts penetrating vital parts. Death in Number Nine. Mr. Ira B. Marshall, who is located in Nashville, was here last week on his way to Number Nine to attend his. mother's funeral. f Mrs. Marshall died on the 25th nit., after a short Illness. Mrs. V. A Marshall was the widow of the late Jas. A. Marshall and an aged christian woman. Cotton Report. Mr. Wallace R. Nolen makes his weekly cotton, report as follows: Bales ginned in Obion County for 1921 up to and including November 14, 1921, ,228; for the same period in 1920, 1,980. , Billle Burke in "Sadie Love" and Charlie Chaplin in "trae A. M" Saturday, Dec. 3, Jimnhe's Playhouse. Mr. Pettus Ruffin. H Mr. Pettus Ruffin, who died at the Government Hospital at Osteen, N. C, on the 22d of November, was buried here at East View Cemetery, November 25. Services were held at the residence oh Home and Vine streets at 10 o'clock a.m., conducted by Rev. W. B. Cunningham. The young . man was the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ruffln. He was 22 year3 of age laat July. He con tracted pneumonia while a student at Peabody College, serving the Gov ernment in the S. A. T. C. during the war. The attack involved the lungs and he never recovered. But all thru his illness and in fact his whole life he has exhibited the finest traits of character and manliness. He bad been a studept of the Agricul tural College of Arkansas and of the Draughon Business College in Nashville.- He was moved by the finest impulses and had a desire to achieve noble things. He' inherited a good name and it was his highest ambi tion to honor that name'' with all that God had given hm. He was a boy of exceedingly kind and courteous man ner. He was devoted to his parents. He was a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church and a christian in all he was a clean, wholesome product of human character honor able, loyal and true to every obliga tion, and affiliation. HIs passing is a distinct loss and the family have the kindest condolences of a host of friends. Phil Hyman tiuts the price and his store is full of wonderful bar gains. Phil Hyman's Cut Price Store.