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Shoes, Men's Hats, Overalls, Shirts. Blankets, Ladies' Tarns and all Winter Goods
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SHOES:
We are over
stocked on
Idfliflo' QhnQQ n orer t reduce our stock, we will cut the price
LdUICO OIIUC0- from SOC TO 1.00 on every pair you
buy from us
HATS. We are over"
FkJLUm stocked on
MITM'Q H A TT In order to reduce our stock, we will cut the price TT T
L,r4 O 111 1 J $t .OO to f1 .SO on every hat you buy from W
BLANKETS I OVERALLS Work Shirts I Ladies' Tarns I Men's Dress Shirts
Full size, double Blankets, worth Best made, full cut, 220 weight, Extra heavy, full cut, reinforced, Big assortment, all wool, worth Going absolutely at wholesale
from $2.50 to $3.00, cut price, reinforced, worth $1.75, the $1.00 grade, cut price from $1.00 to $2.00. cost. Don't miss it.
per pair cut price, 65c or 2 for , Take your choice for 35c, or 3 for COiVLE NOW
$1.75 $1.20 $1.25 $1.00 Tell your friends about it. I
Ohio River Salt, per bbl ......$3.30 Mgy Mn Qoll CrirorttGL A biS line of Candy Oranges,
Ohio River Salt, per 100 lbs. 1.15 $Y.? W. . : JKII AjrULCrHib Apples and Nuts at low prices.
GiCSH "GROCERY COMPANY
The house that un
der sells them all.
UNION CITY
TENNESSEE
The Commercial, Union City, Tenn.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1921,
CRESCENT.
Ermon Hicks was in Union City
on business Saturday. .
Miss Dess George has returned
home after visiting in Memphis for
several weeks and also doing some
shopping while there.
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Robertson are
entertaining a fine baby girl at their
borne that arrived last Friday.
Mr. Zack Wilnon has arrived home
after an operation for appendicitis.'
? Mrs. Ermon Hicks visited near Mc
Anna Saturday.
Miss Katherine Taylor entertained
the young people with a party last
Saturday night. .
Ermon Hicks moved last Monday
to the old Buck Askew place where
Mr. Rice has been living for the past
year.
Baptist Church.
"X A. R. McGEHEE, Pastor.
Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.
Morning worship, 11:00 a.m.
Evening worship, 7 p.m.
B. Y. B. U., 6:15 p.m.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday 7 p.m.
Subject for sermon Sunday morn
ing: "Christmastide and Lire's Brok
en Monotony." The theme for Sun
day evening will be: "Troublesome
Heligion."
The choir will render splendid se
lections of music Sunday morning
and evening. All the numbers se
lected are appropriate for Christmas
and the entire program for both serv
ices Sunday will be in keeping with
the season. Sunday morning the
choir will sing special Christmas
numbers.
Every member of the church Is
urged to be present next xxrd's Day.
Get the true Christmas spirit by at
tending this service Dec. 18 and mul
tiply the blessings of the day by
bringing a friend. Tho public is cor
dially invited to all services of the
church.
LOST Ladies' watch bracelet.' My
name engraved on back. Reward to
finder. MISS OLA AKIN.
TYPEWRITERS
Cleaned and Repaired.
Staffords Superfine Ribbons
Cumb. phone 317
S. E. BYRN
Notice to Buggy
Owners.
Before you buy a new buggy get
my prices on Painting and Rubber
Tiring. I also have twenty sets of
Rubber Tire Wheels for sale. One
set of these will make your buggy
as good as new.
Cumberland Phone 43
R.A. PARDUE
Junior Matineee Music Club
Reorganizes. 1
The Junior Matinee Music Club
met Saturday iternoon with Betsy
Spradlin for the purpose ol' reorgan
ization. The club was late in tak
ing up its work this year on account
of losing all but three of its members,
either by going off to school or mov
ing out of town, and we are just now
getting a sufficient number to begin.
The meeting was called to order by
the president, Miss Sarah Nash, and
after giving the new members, Misses
Robbie Latta, Beulah Ameryne and
Mozelle Glover, a cordial welcome to
our club,; she proceeded with tho bus
iness, first reading the constitution
and by-laws and enrolling the new,
members. There was no program
cs the afternoon was devoted to the
discussion of our work for the re
mainder of the year. After the bust
ness meeting a salad course was
served by the hostess. The next
meeting will be held with Miss Beu
lah Ameryne, Betsy Spradlin being
the leader. ' .
Christmas Program.
The Review Club entertained
about twonty-flvo of its friends with
a charming Christmas party at the
home of Mrs. Cullie McRee Tuesday
r.fternoon. Although the entertain
ment was of a social nature, there
was a most interesting program of
Christmas music and legends and ob
servances of Christmas in countries
in all parts ol tue world.
Mrs. Henry Stanfield arranged the
interesting program. Mrs. Stanfield
has never shown her keen intellect
and interest in literature more than
in the valuable scrap book she has
of magazine articles and editorials,
which added so much to the interest
cf the afternoon.
The program was us follows:
Opening speech by Mrs. Stanfield.
"Hark the Herald Angels Sing"
Mrs. Carlton, Miss La Nelle Marshall,
accompanied by Miss Mayes.
"Nativity and Some of the Attend
ant Ceremonies" Mrs. Johin Se-
mones, Jr. .
"Silent Night," sung by Mrs. Carl
ton, with violin obligato by Miss
Mayes, accompanied by Miss Mar
shall.
The Adoration of the Magi and
the Epiphany" Mrs. Butler.
Hymn, "Adeste Fideles," on the
Victrola.
"Midnight Mass, Yule Log, and
Yule Candles" Miss Parks.
"Christmas Carols and Hymns" .
Mrs. Killion. . ;i ;
Hymn, "It Came Upon a Midnight
Clear." . ' , .. .... '..;...,.. j
"Chritsmas Decorations" Mrs.
Bonner. ,. . , r , ,;j
'"Christmas Legends,, Dishes,, and
Drinks" Mrs. Cloys.
"Dickens' 'Christmas Carol' "
Mrs. Lannom.
Christmas poems by Mrs. Walker
Kennedy and Chrirtmas editorial,
"The Land of Make Believe," by
Walker Kennedy, given by Mrs. Wal
ker Kerr.
"Names Given to Our dear Saint in
Different Countries" and reading,
"la There a Santa Claus" Mrs. j
George Gibbs, Jr. j
Hospital Notes.
Mrs. G.'E. Fields, who was oper
ated on for appendicitis, has return
ed to her home in Hornbeak.
John Henderson was operated on
for tonsils this veek.
Miss Bettie Brantley, who under
went an operation for removal of gall
bladder and complications is improv
ing. G. Jones was opercted on for ton
sils this week. ,
Chester Moss, who had an opera
tion on his foot also removal of ton
sils and adenoids, has returned to
his home in Rives. i.
E. D. Goode was operated 'on for
tonsils this week.
Jesse McNeill, Jr., of, Woodlana
Mills, was operated ' on for tonsils
tfcls week. ?. ,
Mr. E. C. Dow, who had an opera
tion on his hand and tonsils removed,
has returned to his home. j
Mrs. E. L. Mason was operated on
Thursday.
A Changing World
"We are living in a changing
world. I never thought I could ever
be cured of my stomach trouble.
Medical ccience seemed unable to
help me. But thank God we are
progressing and now Mayr's Won
derful Remedy has delivered nr?
from all stomach symptoms. I am
again able to cat anything."
It is a simple, harmless preparation
that removes the catarrhal mucus
from the intestinal tract and allays
the inflammation which causes prac
tically all stomach, liver and intesti
nal ailments, including appendicitis.
One dose will) convince or money re
funded. Sold by Oliver's Drug Store
and druggists everywhere i
t
Teachers at Cloverdale.
As addenda to the report of the
Obion County Teachers Association,
printed on the first page of the paper,
the following list of names,' compris
ing the attendnnce of teachers on
that occasion, has been sent in for
publication:
Miss Willie Marshall, Miss Mary
Irving, Mrs. Vivienne Forrester,
Misses Oral Pace, Lucy Garrigan,
Myra Stout, Nell Ferguson, Alma
Tate, Mattie Lloyd, Rachel, Smith,
Ivie Graham; Pearl Floyd, Lolita An
thony, Pauline,. Caeiidollar, Johnie
Hornbeak, Allic Cunningham, Be3S
Reeves, Messrs. B. A. Vaughn, J. E.
Cox, Herbert Miller, B. F. Foster, N.
L. Williiams, L. D. Williams, C. F.
Fowler, J. P. Wall, P. Arf Wall, J.
H. Stover, W. B. Forrester, Hobert
Frye, R. J. Glover and C. D. Hilllard.
MQDaS
Card of Thanks.
We wish to take this opportunity
to express our heartfelt thanks to our
many kind and loving mends lor
their many kindnesses extended to
us during the illneso and death of
our dear loved one. May God bless
you is our sincero prayer. Mrs. Lucy
Brackln, Mr. J. B. Major, Lucy Ma
jor, Queenie Major, Mrs. V. L. Bur
ton, Mrs. P. A.' George, Merritt A
Major.
CRYSTAL.
School is progressing nicely at
this place.
Mr. and Mrs. Dalles Roberta en
tertained quite a number of their
young friends last Monday night
with a play party.
Mr. - Jim Snow is remodeling his
house and has it almost completed.
Mr. Cleveland Council, of this vi
cinity, la moving te Union City.
Mr. Sibert Edwards, of this vicin
ity, will soon locate at Fremont.
FOR
CHRISTMAS
THE REKALL
STORE
PHONE 100
UNION CITY,
miNjasee.
$100 Reward, $100
Catarrh Is a local disease greatly Influ
enced by constitutional conditions. It
therefore reaulrea constitutional treat
ment. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE
Is taken internally and acts through the
Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the Sys
tem. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE
destroys the foundation of the disease,
gives the patient strength by Improving
the general health and assists nature In
doing Its work. 1100.00 for any case of
Catarrh that HALL'S CATARRH
MEDICINE) falls to cure.
Druggists 75c. Testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio.
Special Election.
We the undersigned Election Com
missioners of Obion County, Tenn.,
hereby call a special election to be
held at Hornbeak in Civil District
No. 5, on Saturday, Dec. 31, 1921, to
elect .a constable to succeed J. W.
Dean, who has not qualified.
We appoint the following persons
to open, hold and make return of
said election:
Officer, J. W. Dean; judges, John
White, Pleas Hornbeak, E. M. Tate;
clerks, E.' O. Wilson, Marvin Neeley.
This Dec. 14, 1921. 38-2t
H. H. LANNOM, Chair. '.
.... ROY A. .VINCENT.
E. H. MARSHALL, Sec.
WHY NOT GIVE USEFUL GIFTS AT CHRISTMAS TIMET
WE HAVE MANY LOVELY THINGS THAT WILL PLEASE
YOUR FAMILY AND YOUR FRIENDS.
THESE PRESENTS WILL MEAN SO MUCH MORE-TITAN"'
SOMETHING THAT CAN'T BE USED. THEYWfLL BRING
HAPPINESS TO THOSE THAT RECEIVE THEM.
DON'T PUT IT OFF BUT COME IN TODAY AND SELECT
WHAT YOU WANT. THE FIRST ONES HERE GET THE
BEST PICK.
TOYS! TOYS!
WE WANT EVERY BOY AND GIRL TO MAKE OUR BIG
TOY DEPARTMENT THEIR HEADQUARTERS AND ENJOY
A GOOD TIME WITH US.
SUGGESTIONS
FOR "HER" FOR "HIM" FOR "THE KIDS"
Carving Sets Shaving Sets Games
Silverware Smoking Sets Electric Trains
Table Cutlery Safety Razors Coaster Wagons
Electric Devices Pocket Knives Skates
Casseroles Guns Velocipedes
Percolators Tool Chests Kiddie Ears
Pyrex Ovenware Flashlights Automobiles
Handpainted China Hunting Coats Dolls
Cut Glass Tools 81eds
Fancy Glassware Sporting Goods . Air Rifles
Aluminumware Foot Warmers Bicycles
, Oil Heaters Razor Strops Foot Balls
Brass Fire Sets Vacuum Bottles v Basket Balls ....
Frank C. Wehman
"GIFTS FOR EVERYBODY"
Money back without question -if
HUNT'S GUARANTEED
SKIN DISEASE REMEDIES
(Hunt's Sahr and Soap), fell In
the treatment of Itch, Bcma,
Ringworm, Tetter or other itch- .
in akin diaeaaea. Try this
treatment at our risk,
COBB'S CORNER DRUG STORE.
BETTER and CHEAPER than ever
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
UNION CITY
Dear Old Santa Claus: I am a lit
tle girl three yeara old. I have quit
sucking my thumb and want you to
bring me a-Cocr.-Cola, a little pair of
red bedroom slippers, a Kiddie Kar, a
little Big Rocker at Caldwell's Book
Store and lots of fruit and chocolate.
I will be a good little girl. I am
Merye Kathry Brantley. '
802 East Cheatham street.
P. S. Please don't forget my
"muvver" and daddy.
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