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p. ,:',f Mmcfo ;0Mie ; to .Tot? MY BUSINESS HAS BEEN GOOD THE PAST YEAR. !!! rv- vwt-i1 "'r vm f j VIMil4.h ' J M I ' . 1 I 1 I I .: I "'I" rf. ""iw - January Clearance Sale Manhattan Shirts $2.50 grades reduced to...,..,....'....., $1.65 3.00 grades 'reduced to 1.95 , 3.50 grades reduced to 2.35 4.00 grades reduced-to '2.65 4.50 grades reduced to 2.95 5.00 grades reduced to.: ..,......'.. 3.35 6.00 grades reduced to.:.......... 3.85 All new Fall Patterns, full run of sizes, 13s to 18s W. Q. Clag-ett' Co. The Commercial, Union City, Tenn ; FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1922.' ; cbCAL AND PERSONAL SANTA CLATJS LETTERS. v Vote for T. R. Meadow for Mayor. - Mrs. Riley French is reported bet ter. ' - ' . , " Mrs. Rayburn Rose has returned from a visit to relatives at Kevil, Ky. Vote for T. R. Meadow for Mayor. Mr. and Mrs. Hays McClure spent ' several days in Nashville last week. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Oliver motored over to Hickman one day last week. Vote for T. R. Meadow for Mayor. Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Bradley and . children visited relatives In Jackson last week, Mrs. S. J. Cannon, who has been confined to her bed for some weeks, is improved. , . Miss Annie Pitts is taking a month's vacation visiting her par ents" at Trimble. e - Vote-for T. R. Meadow for Mayor. Mrs. Emily Holloway, of Rives, an aged lady, enjoyed a visit in Union City during the holidays. i Messrs. Elmore and Henry Wil liams, of Memphis, were here for the holidays visiting homefolks. ' Mayor T. T. Swayne and family, of Hickman, were in Union City dur ing the Christmas holidays.. v Miss Annie Margaret McClanahan i spent the week end at Newbern a's guest of Miss Lucilla Ford. : Vote for. T. R. Meadow for Mayor. Mr. RR. S. Moffatt was in the City last week taking orders for a clothing house in St. Louis. Miss Hazel Bowland was a holiday guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Williams, Vine street. Misses Mildred and Hattie Mai Bushart were in Martin and Hick man as visitors for the holidays. " Mrs. W. E. Eason and son, Lexie, have returned from Obion, where they have been visiting relatives. .Vote, for T. R. Meadow for Mayor. Mr. and Mrs. Fred McClanahan and children are guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. McClanatan on Second street. " Mr 3. W. M. Stale up t " yfi iM r i t . s ' : f mm 1 unm surgical treatment and hospital care. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Howell,1 of Obion, were in the city this week as guests pf Dr. and . Mrs. C. E. Up church. ; - '.. .. ' , - Mr. and Mrs. Herman P. Thomas have retufhed from Savannah, Tenn., where they spent the ' holidays with relatives.,,; Mr. and Mrs. Otho Beck are in Nashville this week, taking with them their. little son : for surgical treatment. " i Mrs. Paul Croft, who has been vis iting her mother, Mrs. D. J. Caldwell, left last Sunday for Chicago, her fu ture home. " Mrs. M. W. Barney left the first of the year to spend the winter in Flor ida with her son, Earle Barney, at Tallahassee. - Mrs. Otis Bogle, of Brinkley, Ark., was here for the holidays visiting her sisters, Mrs. E. M. Long and Mrs. R. M. Jackson. ' Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Chandler write from Burlington, 111., that they want the home newsThe Commercial to keep coming. ' Miss Estelle Stovall, of Memphis, was a holiday visitor with .her par ents in Number Seven and was in the city Tuesday shopping. Mrs. Olive Canaday Morrow late of Los Angeles, Cal.i is spending the winter in Union City looking after business interests in the South. , Mr. John P. Adams continues to improve after an attack of apoplexy two weeks ago, and is feeling like warming up his campaign for Alder man. .. . -. .: - Mrs. Stacy Samons, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Tobe George,. for the past few weeks, has returned to her home in Mount Ver non, 111. 1 J " Mr,' and Mrs. Sol Ford, of Hohen- walf, Tenn.,! who were here tor the holidays " visiting Mrs. Anna Ford Walden, went to Newberu, and Mr. Ford left last week' returninghome. 7 Vote the Harmony Tlcket FOR MAYOR. T. It, Meadow.. FOR ALDERlirV C. L. Andrews. J. P. Adams. 1 R. L. CummiE.s. . J. V.V.ker Kc.r. C. 7. Lovi.". .4. o' & ib ,b iB ;o : . .; Mr. Ford tells us that there are good oil prospects in his territory and that tests are to be made by men w,lth means to carry out the work. Misses Miriam Edwards, Thelma Dickson and Harriett Tate, niece of W. F. Tate, accompanied by Messrs. W. P. Rogers, Pratt . Waddell and Ferrell Kirkman, motored over to Dyersburg Christmas week. News from Dr. Joe' Hibbitts in Washington City comes to the effect that Mr. Frank Harris has been op erated on for appendicitis and that he is out of danger. C Mr. Harris is the son of Mrs, Geo. Stone, this city, attending the Bliss Electrical School. For the information of the rail road authorities Col. Wv H. Caldwell has been faking a census of the cars, vehicles and pedestrians crossing the Church street iailroad crossing for the period of three days as follows, Pedestrians. 6148 : cars and vehi-1 cles, 3354. , Some stirring this for a small town. 1 During the holidays Miss Thelma Dickson entertained the younger bridge club. .. For the occasionthe room was decorated in the holiday motif of red and green. High score was won by Miss Naideen Jordan. Miss Lola Harper cut consolation. I The refreshments were exceptionally nice and thoroughly enjoyed by all. Mr. Ben B.: Hughes has signed as traveling salesman with 'the Gallon Iron Woiks, of Gaiion, Ohio, for the sale of highway construction mar chinery. Mr. Hughes is known as one of our best tractor-and" farm im plement men and machinists. ; He has a place that will give him lati tude for his knowledge and experi ence and he will make good success with it. - " ' Miss Fannie. Mott Drisiill enter tained the Tuesday afternoon Bridge Club at .her residence on College street. Miss Minnie Beck won high score prie, a beautiful; brassiere, and Mrs. Luther Morris cut consolation. '. At the conclusion pf the games de liciolis .refreshbif 4ts were served. Mrs. Mott was a fted in enWtain lug by her sister rs. Fr lAyde lott, of Memphis 1 v V W. S. Moore, of ( '"e of tho holiday visitor? Sir. year; - A.. 4 1C. of industry and a success in his busi ness. He was here visiting the fam ily of his uncle, Judge F, W. Moore, and the friends, those especially who remember him in the days of yore, are always glad to see bim. - Death of Mrs. J. F. Cox. Mrs. J. P. Cox; daughter of Joseph and Sara Pruett, died at tl, family home in the vicinity! of WcjdJand -Mills, .on Tuesday afternoon, the 3d inst., after a short illness. Mrs. Cox was born in Sumner County, Tenn., October 14, 1864, being 58 years, two months and twenty days of age. She was married to William Ingram November 20, 1881, and five children blessed the union, three of them sui vlying. Mr. Ingram died in 1889. Mrs. Ingram was again married in 1900, united with Mr. Cox, and to this union two children were1 born, both dying in infancy. The daugh ters "surviving the. first marriage are Mrs. Arthur Evans, Mrs. Luther Carr, Mrs. Amos Kendall. , Mrs. Cox professed faith in Christ at the age of 25 and Joined the Bap tist Church, living a consistent mem ber and devoted mother and friend, a woman of many kind deeds ' and christian virtues. Mr. Cox died sev en years ago. Funeral services were conducted at Salem Church by Rev., H. W. Stig ler, and "the remains were interred at Salem 'Cemetery. Parent-Teachers Meeting, Under the management of the Parent-Teachers Association the first program for the new year will take place in the auditorium of the High SchPool on Thursday afternoon," Jan uary 12, at 3:15 o'clock. The program will consist of an in teresting course of lectures on child life from pre-natal stage to adoles-. cence. Dr. Quails will give the first lecture on Thursday afternoon on pre-natal care and influence. The second lecture will be on Jan uary 26 at Westover School, given by Miss Butler, our local Health Nurse. Subject: Infant Care. ; The remaining parts of the pro gram will he given in lecture form by good and competent speakers at dates to be announced later. Interesting musical numbers will be given. to add to our programs. We feel sure that these lectures are very important and should be very inter esting, and as a large per cent of in fant deaths is due to ignorance on the part of the mother, before and after birth, every mother and girl bf marriageable age should be interest ed enough to attend and take advan tage of the benefits from these lec tures. - : A special invitation is extended to the mothers who have children at Westover for the second lecture. Serious Injury. ;' Jim Stone, Jr.,, aged about eleven years, residing . with his father in. Number Seven, fell out of a barn and his body struck a large metal hook. Which pierced his lower Iwwels and held 4 him above the ground." His cries brought assistance and he was taken home in a critical condition. Drs. Hibbits and White were called and found besides' the other injuries a rib broken, 'which perhaps saved the boy from greater danger, i It is understood that the patient . is inv proving. " Nurse for the State Board of P of the ie Southern pivJpn, A' Cr-.s for t'- 'Vi--f Red Cr-s iS F""4 Wr" Because we sell for CASH. Because we can sell good goods reasonable Because good goods are cheaper in the end Because we can guarantee every- article sold. Much Oblige IIMLAMD ; GENTS FURNISHINGS Thanks to You. We come to the New Year of 1922 with many thanks for your patronage, kind ness, love and friendship for all the past. We go forward into the new year with bright hopes and bigger hearts, to endeavor, if possible! to serve you better this year than ever before. In soliciting your business we hope to have your patronage and co-operation for a bigger, brighter, happier year for us all. With thanks to all, we: are yours for business, E. P. GRISvSOM Johnston-Roland-Mr. J. W. Johnston and Miss Una Alberta Roland were married at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Roland, Dec. 29. It was a quiet but pretty home, wedding. The rites of matrimony were beauti fully solemnized by Rev. Petty, pas tor of Hickman Baptist Church, in the presence of a few immediate friends and relatives. The decora tions were of holly and ferns, simple hut very charming. The bride was dressed In a tailored suit of blue tricotine and nat to match, wearing a corsage of bride roses. She looked pretty. The happy groom was hand somely dressed and looking as If he J had won a queen. The bride will be greatly missed from the community in which she lived. They were the recipients of many pretty and useful gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Johnston are making their home in or near Hick man. , .'' '. Houser-McDaniel. ' On the afternoon of Dec. 24, 1921, at the parsonage of the Union City circuit, Rusaell M., Houser and Miss Hazel ; M. McDaniel were united in marriage by Rev.. G.;W. Evans.' 0. E., S. - Tuesday night will be the regular meeting of the O. E. S. A1I1 members are urged to be present for the trans action of importnat business. Officers for the year 1922 have been elected and installed as follows: Miss Nelle Marshall, W. M.; Dr. All mond, W. P.; Mob. Massengill,: A. M.; Mrs. Park, Cond,; Mrs. Allmond, A. I Cond. ; Miss Louise Shropshire, Sec retary; Mr. Jackson, : Sent.; Mrs. Whitson, Warder; Mrs. Bryan, Chap lain; Miss Roberta Marshall, Organ ist? Mr. Hamilton, Treasurer; Miss Hamilton, ' Marshal; Mrs. Stalcup, Adah; Miss Katherine Bryan, Ruth; Mrs Powers, Esther; Mrs. Chambers,' Martha; Mrs. Jackson,,?v5ta; Mrj Jordan, Critic; Mis;j'41toofS Corresponding S" 1 VA.hl' - Terbert.E. " Vorwioh C- Removal Notice. Dr. J. F. Roper, Physician, Announces that he bas moved from tbe Nailling building on First street and is now located at the Eed Star Drug Store, Main street. Postmaster's Greetings. To the patrons of the post office greeting: 1 ' . . ' On behalf of the employees of this office, I extend to you my heartiest Christmas greetings. I feel that it would be ungrateful to fail to thank you for the liberal patronage extended to this office this . year. Notwithstanding the general financial depression,. the misfortunes in business, etc., in our little city, the post office has had the largest business both in volume and amount of gross receipts ever. The parcel post business is growing by leaps and 1 bounds. We attribute this to your confidence in , the parcel post sys tern as the cheapest and best method of transportation of articles carried by that system. , :. ' It has been our purpose to render service to the people, realizing that" we are SERVANTS of the people. We have received many , helpful sugges tions from business men which have been incorporated in our , business policies. ; We hope to have this same splendid spirit of co-operation con tinue. We assure you that much. good in service will be the result. : ? With kindest wishes of the season, v , Sincerely, G. W. PHEBUS, JR.. 'A;.. Postmaster. Union City, Dec. 25. ' TO LUCY DEV0EE. , Elmer DeVore vs. Lucy DeVore. Chancery Court, s Obion County Tennessee. -.-. 1 In the above styled cause it ap pearing to the Clerk and Master from ' the bill of complaint, which is sworn, to, that the defendant, Lucy DeVore, " is a non-resident of the State of Ten nessee, so that ordinary process of, law cannot be' served upon her. It Is therefore hereby ordered thafeathey said ; above iamed defendant appf j before the Clerk and Master Chancery Court of Or' y Tennessee, on or befc Monday of February, j ing a rule day of ii Court, and make bill, or the same .confessed by her, set for heart f '" It is fur1 f r - p s.-i I :. I. -- ' i -1- '