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AaaUa! Jaiiuary Sale of White Goods and Muslin Underwear
; Commences Friday, January 6, and Lasts 10 Days. fr,;-w-vr:; -: -r- -. - :.v " ...-V' ; - - ? "'. -: - - . o. a ....'.. , - - - , ' ' " . , : ,; ; -We are ready to begin the new year right. We haV6 the -goods' and own them at the lowest price, having placed our orders last fall when the prices were at the lowest of the year. , We have marked these goods down so that the most careful shopper can buy with confidence. New Wash Goods. We have just opened New Percales and Ginghams and for this sale we. have made Special Prices on them. We also are now showing the most complete line of Shirting (Madras that was ever offered iri Union City. , As a special inducement, we will give Neck Bands FREE, We are .making the following prices on Staples: ' 36-inch Sea Island Dpmestic . . :.. 2c Genuine Hope or Advertiser Do mestic 14c 9- 4 unbleached Pepperell or Fox- ! croft Sheeting 44c 10- 4 unbleached Pepperell or Fox croft Sheeting ..... . . X. ........... . . . . 48c 9- 4 bleacKed Pepperell or Foxcroft Sheeting. 48c 1 0- 4 bleached Pepperell or Foxcroft Sheeting 55c 27-inch Outing FlanneL--T-.-----. ---- - 9c 36-inch Outiner Flannel 16c j DOVE Under-garmenu MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Muslin Underwear back to pre-war prices and we have bought a big line of high gaade "Dove" brand. We show a big HAe of ;Gowns priced from 78c to $2.70 Also a complete line of Skirts, Camisoles, Teddies. . In addition ty the regular line, we show a big line of Hand-made and Hand-embroidered Philippine Under wear. , " ' ;' ' ' ' Do not fail to see our Silk Underwear specially priced Special Clearance Sale On all Winter Goods Shoes and Rugs wSpecial Sale on The Jackson Co.'s Wash Dresses. Don't fail to see the wonderful values we show at $1.45,. $1.95 and up. GO ;R' U Wl & JACKSON . THE STORE OF TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW THE COMMERCIAL FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1922. HIVES NEWS. George McNeill visited In Newbern Sunday. Mrs. Vestal Robinson ha3 returned .to Hickman. 1 , The faculty and students resumed ' -work Monday .morning. ;, . Sherrill Clemmons is in Louisville ' assisting with Federal loans. , Mr. and Mrs. Gus Callicott visited in Newbern part of the past week. Mrs. E. P. . Lindsay, of Memphis, spent Xmas week with Rives home- folks. ' , .... ' Miss Fay Smith, of Memphis, was a recent visitor to see Miss Lois Kitchell. - . ; , Miss Missie Harris ,is m from a ' very pleasant visit with kinspeople in Fulton. r Mrs. Mantle Phebus and Miss Ru , by Skiles were end of the week vis itors in Memphis. Misses , Essie Frye and Luclle Goldsby, of Fulton,, were guests the latter part of the week with Mrs. E. V B. Shore. ,f . Lexie Harper, home from a" busi ; ness course at Bowling Green, Ky., has the position of substitute opera tor on the I. C. V v . Miss Sallie Reeves was down from Union City for the holidays a guest of Mesdames W. L. Clemmons and Laura Hutcherson. Hon, and Mrs. T. J. Bonner, Miss Bonner and .Mrs. T. P. Palmer were guests at dinner Tuesday with Misses ' Ellen and Lizzie Guy. Mrs. Rasmus,- Bowers and Mrs. 1 Conn, the latter the motaer of Mr. Charlie Conn, and both residents of Number Seven, are seriously ill. ISr. Kirb Bradury, of Jackson, and Mrs. Lin Pipkin, from Medina, were recent guests with their sister, Mrs. Floys Carter, on Church street. . Mrs. John Gosnell, of Dyersburg, and Miss Maud Hornbeakof Mem phis, were ; holiday visitors with Wayne Woody and Mrs. Leslie Shore. - Mr. and Mrs. Grissom, Memphis, Ernest Shipp, South Carolina, and Lee Shipp, of Texas, were recent vis itors with Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Shipp. Sorry we have hot space to re the various functions of the holiday season. The unusually open weather was taken advantage of for parties this chapter. With few exceptions and dinners. Victory Day will be observed on W 16th inst. in the local W. C. T. U. in the home of Mrs. T. P, Callicott. Members will please bear in mind that this is also the month to pay dues. '' - '' Dr. McRee was down im( Union City Tuesday, guest for dinner with Mr. and Mrs.- John Head and in the afternoon gave the pupils at the school building an interesting ad dress on his travels abroad. ' W. A. McNeill is in home and re ports a year of good business in the Federal ' Loan, having out 13,000 loans that are carrying four States thru the financial depression . that otherwise would mean a crash. Dr." White and' Dr. Hibbitts pro fessionally visited the home of Jim Stone in the Crockett vicinity, to at tend his son, who fell out of the barn loft on a hook, sustaining brok en ribs and Be vere flesh lacerations The cast for "Joe the waif" came off with high honors Monday night. A very splendid audience was but to see the play. George McNeill, aa Pete, and Patsy impersonated by Miss Mary Nelle Kitchell, in their ebony disguise kept , up a fanfare of fun that kept the house in an uproar There was some tragedy and pathos in the play, well brought out by Misses Mamie Osburn, Jennie , Hoi loway and Messrs. Claude Callicott, E. W. Stovall and Chillian Palmer. Praise is due Miss Skiles, manager, in ' presentation of : the production. The repertoire of music between acts by Lexie Harper .soloist. Misses Hattie Mai Clemmons and Florence Botts, pianists, and Miss Aletha Bonner, violinist, furnished for the audience the best program of the season. The installation of officers Tues day night, followed by a banquet with the families of O. E. S. members and -fasons and their "wives as es pecial guests completed a 'year's splendid achievenf nt Mrs. Geneva Dodd, P. W. G. S the State, was up from Kenton by lial invitation. Mrs. Dodd is natur a very bril liant woman and is an inspiration to any chapter. This chapter received its dispensation from Mrs. Dodd and the late Dr. Matlock some sir years past and from time to time we have bad the pleasure of official visits from Mrs.'Dodd, who, on this occa sion .of installing the corps of ofS cers foriS22 was ably assisted by Miss Ola Petty, who is marshal of officers were re-elected. The chapter deplores the resignation of Miss Bon ner, who since the incipiency of Chapter 156 has made a very efficient secretary ' Visiting grand officers have frequently complimented the set of books kept so neatly and sys tematically kept by MisaBonner. The year's progress shows old members kept, new ones added, finance in fine shape, relief work accomplished, a quilt sent in to the Masonic home, a contribution to the Santa Claus fund at same institution, with forty dollars sent in to the school fund. The Christian Church congrega tion has purchased the property of the A. R. P. Church known as the Joel Shore place, consideration, $2, 700.50. The old church will either be sold or wrecked and applied to wards the new church on the new situation. The property is now oc cupied by Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cultra with an unexpired lease that may cause delay of a year or so in build ing. '.. .; W. H. Fuzzell, o formed resident here, died in Mayfield the 19th of last month. Mr. Fuz-ell was ill only a few days, dying with paralysis and pneumonia. . He was near seventy? three ys&rs of age, a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian . : Church, having his membership with the Crittendon Grove congregation. Eight children survive him, all grown and two of them living in this locality Mrs. Wiley Bowers The remains rest OBION GUT COURT GRAND JURY IN SESSION and Miss Emma in the Wingo, Ky., cemetery. Card of Thanks. To the railroad boys who have stood by me in this hour of sadness, desire . to express my heartfelt thanks. M. E. CLARK. Card of Thanks. In this hour of bereavement at the death of husband and father, we find our sorrow softened by the nu merous acts of kindness from our hosts of friends. - - For this kindness, sympathy and the beautiful floral designs, we grate fully thank each of you. . Especial ly, do we appreciate and thank Dr. Nailling and Mr. Ed Hawes for their faithfulness. 41-ltpd MRS. NANNIE . Ct" " " MR. AND MRS. V' Misses Parker and i erford, visited in . t' week. ! ,' January Term of Court Opened This Week by Judge Elkins Judgo Elkins opened court this week with the usual charge and pre liminaries, taking up the civil docket and trying one State case with a sentence in the State prison. ( The State versus Virtle Wyatt. Larceny. Defendant . 'pleads guilty of housebreaking. Judgment that defendant be confined in the peni tentiary at hard labor for not less than three years nor more than fif teen years. R. O. Fisher vs. W. M. Morris, judgment of (43.98 in favor of plain tiffs J. C. Burdick V3. American Rail way Express Co,, judgment lor plaintiff for $8.33 and costs. R. W. Morgan vs. Jim Orr, judg ment that defendant is entitled to log chain and that plaintiff be taxed with costs. : J. T. Davis vs. Dr. W. A. Nailling and J. T. Davis by next friend Paul Davis. Damages.' Both cases com promised. ' 3. M. Dutton vs. J. B. Partin, D. S. Judgment entered by consent for $341.84 against plaintiff. Dr. W. A. Nailling vs. W. A. Par rish 'and U. O. Parrisn, security. Judgment for plaintiff and against defendant for 11843.43 principal, f 44.25 interest, and $188.79 attor ney fee. ' ' - ' ;- . , C. B. Johnson vs. , H. H. Carter, killing a dog, judgment for plaintiff and against defendant for $50. State versus Leonard Brinkley, vi olation of bone dry law, fined $50 and costs. ' Grand jury: J. C. Potter, fore-1 man ; Wesley McCaleb, Jim Fuz-ell, E. H. Russell, Harvey Reeves, T. W. Dickenson, Scott Easley, Billy Cal houn, Hoyt Giffln, W. Bradshaw, O. M. Thomas, John Morris, E. C. Sul- lett. . - . ' . Trial jury: P. A. Prather, CG. Plnar. T.AsTin Rtinro Alhsvl- T ' a Lum Hudson, J. M. Call, C. P.-" well. S. P. ' Mo jts'Tk J- f Dave Tinnon, L. Joy Davis. ' ' ; Gen. Morris is in ch giand jury .while Clerk Lancaster and OfScers Harris are on'' duty. . FOR MAYOR. , We are authorized to announce J. W. Woosley as a candidate for Mayor of Union City, Election Saturday, January 7, 1922. FOR ALDERMEN. ' We are authorized to announce the following named gentlemen as candidates for Aldermen of Union City, election Saturday, January 7, 1922, as follows: A. F. Tittsworth. J. C. Burdick, Sr. W. H. Hopper. . T. W. Jerhigan. Vote the Harmony Ticket. BETHEL. Prof. Rogers closed his singing school here Saturday. Miss Simmons, of Martin, s visit ing her cousin, Mrs. Jack Snow. Mr. Tom London, of Rives, visited his hister, Mrs. Bettie Caldwell, this week. Mrs. Clevland Brown visited her mother, Mrs. Jess Ross, at Protemus Monday. Miss Thelma Brown was gues,t the past week of Miss Nell Houser, near Union City. . Mr. Jas. Sanders and sister were in the vicinity of Union City as vis itors this week. ; Mr. Jas. Calhoun and family, of the vicinity of Obion, visited rela tives here last week for several days. Mrs. Grooms and granddaughter, Miss Eva Roberts, of Woodland Mills, visited the family of Mr. Sara Grooms last week. . Mr. and Mrs. Newt Mann delight fully entertained a large crowd of young friends with an old-time play party Friday night. Mr. Paul Houser and sister, Miss Nell, of near Union City, were, the guests of Mrs. Austin Brown and sis ters Friday night. , V Home Service. The business and professional women of Union City are invited to meet Friday, Jan. 6, 1922, in the Home Service Rooms (over Phil Hy man's store) at 1 p.m. tor the pur pose of effecting a permanent .organ ization for the town. J Is Champion House Gleaner "Your medicine is certainly the greatest cleaner I ever saw. I never thought such stuff could be in a hu man being. I am feeling ten years younger since taking the course of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy, and am telling everybody it is the champion house cleaner. My bloating in Btom ach and pains are all gono and I can eat anything." It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intes tinal tract and allays the inflamma tion which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal ail ments, including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money re funded. Sold by Oliver's Red Cross Drug Store and druggists every where.. ' ' . Pre? T will preach Lions Open the New Year. The meeting of the Lions last ' Tuesday with a fine attendance is evidence of the fact that the organi zation is still functioning. Two or three pr. -positions were discussed. Mr., Rust presented the fact ; that farmers are entitled to loans thru the U. S. Department of Agriculture on livestock as security. Mr. Kerr suggested that the plan involved cov ering the loan 7ith collateral of two and a half to one, and that it failed to appeal to our farmers. ' Proposition came from Wickliffe to co-operate in extending the Union City-Meridian (the Dinkie) train run to Cairo, thereby giving us an outlet and I. C. connections. Referred to transportation committee. Dr. Long suggested a report to the' effect that the I. C. R. R. Co. had bought the N., C. & St. L. Ry. line from Martin o Hickman. Baptist Church. A. R. McGEHEE, Pastor. Sunday school, 9:30 a.m. Morning worship, 11:00 ajn. Evening worship, 7 p.m. B. r. B. U., 6:15 jp.m. Subject for Sunt! ight to Happine;1' Evening subjec f Rest." ' Appropriate :-rvice. """"""""" ' ' " ' ' 1 T" "