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"ve sell. Come in.
: and fir
It is a worry and a waste of time, which means a
money, not to have always on hand a kit of first grade
The steel in our tools is properly tempered not so
It loses its edge. Not so brittle that it nicks.
We shave the price down low on our tools and everything
Frank C. Wehman
Increasing Rapidly.
Our sales for the six months period ending
June 30, show an increase of 46.7 per cent over
the same period last year, and an increase of
95.3 per cent over 1918. And we have been
unable to fill many orders. We are producing
goods for which there is a real demand, and
we are having to expand to take care of our
trade. ' More men have been added to bur
force, and more will have to be added yet. 'Our
Company is going to be one of the big things
of Obion County, with which our stockholders
will be mighty glad to be connected.
Reynolds Packing Company
, The Best in Everything to Eat
White Horse Flour.
Every package guaranteed to please or money refund
ed. Always looking for the best in groceries and4fresh
meats for my customers, and our prices are as reason
able as can be made. When in need of flour don't
fail to call for WHITE HORSE FLOUR, sold exclu
sively by
Corner Home and College Sts.
Cumb. phone 337. Home phone 170
Save Time and Money
. Traveling menl When
bad roads prevent the
use of your car you can
often accomplish the;
same results by calling
on your customers by long distance telephone. The
low STATION TO STATION toll rate saves
time and money when you are reasonably sure some
one with whom you can talk business will be present.
The Commercial a big $1.50 bargain.
The Coiamercial, Union City, Tenn.
FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1920.
Miscellaneous Shower.
Miss Minnie Beck entertained at
her home on Ury street last Thurs
day afternoon by a shower for one of
Union City's most popular bridea-to-be,
Miss Ruta Griffin.
The receiving rooms were effect
ively decorated with cut flowers in
yellow and white. The program was
started by Miss Louise Harris sing
ing 'Absent." Mrs. J. D. Carlton
then sang, "Just a-Wearyin' for
You." Miss Beulah Allen acted as
accompanist for both. Miss Eliza--bethi
Scates then favored the guests
with readings. The guests then tried
to convey their thoughts to the ab
sent honoree by "means of tiny let
ters to be sent with the gifts. The
favors, in which the color scheme
was evident, were cunningly arranged
booklets depicting "The Romance of
The many lovely gifts were then
opened by the honoree's sister, Mrs.
waste p
Ella Howse, after which a delicious
soft that
salad course was served. The only
thing to mar the pleasure of the hosts
of friends present was the absence of
Miss Griffin. Miss Beck was assisted
in entertaining by her sisters, Mrs.
Walker Tanner and Miss Bess Beck.
Mrs. Phebus Complimented.
On Tuesday of last week, Miss
Martha McAlister was hostess at her
beautiful suburban home to one of
the most delightful affairs of the sea
son when she gave a miscellaneous
shower for Mr3. Leonard Phebus, nee
Miss Esther Moore, ono of the best
loved young matrons of the younger
set. V
On entering, the guests were
served delicious frappe by Miss Edna
Lois McAlister. They then 'gave Mrs.
Phebus much Interesting advice In
the form of a hand-painted book of
"Dos and Don'ts for the Bride."
The crowning event of the after
noon was when little Master McCord
entered in a huge pink and white
auto laden with gifts for the hon
oree, the number ana quality or
which attested her popularity.
The serving of a delicious ice
course with tiny corsages of sweet
peas as favors concluded the after
noon's entertainment.
Drive away the dust with Ocedar
Mops, Ocedar Polish, Brooms and
Dusters. Buy them at WEHMAN'S.
Matinee Music Club.
An interesting meeting of the
club with Mrs. J. D. Carlton was a
Wednesday afternoon feature. It be
ing the close of the active club sea
son the meeting was largely of a so
cial nature, however, suggestions for
the coming season's work were in
lift being the harmonious note em
phaslzed in the general discussion
A splendidly arranged outline of the
Course of Study for the year was
presented by the Chairman of the
Program Committee, Mrs. Thad Lee,
and received the enthusiastic ap
proval of the club-body. This out
line, together with the entire club
calendar of musical activities of the
organization will be published at a
later date.
The musical program given at the
close of the social hour, was com
posed of skillfully rendered numbers
dainty, gossamer-like in character
and tunefully suggestive of the
dancing sunbeams and wandering
breezes of summer:
Piano "Valse Arabesque" (Lack),
Mrs. Cunningmham.
Voice "If Happy Fortune"
Faust (Gounod), Mrs. Lee.
Piano "Sunhjeams (Lieurance),
Mrs. Long.
Voice "Are you from Heaven"
(Friedland), Miss Marshall.
Piano "Valse" (Chopin), Miss
Voice "Mavis" (Clayton), Miss
P i a, no "Chimney Swallows"
(Bond), Miss Clemmons.
A pleasing conclusion to the meet
ing was an ice course served by the
hostess, Mrs. Carlton.
Popular Tulsa Girl Marries.
Dan Cupid aided to his fast in
creasing roll Friday afternoon when
he journeyed , to Sapulpa and united
in n.arriage Miss Joe Miller, 1435
East Second, an 1 Jack Sowell, of Un
ion City, Tenn. The young couple
were married by Rev. H. M. Woods.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scargill, of this
city, acted Js the witnesses to the
occasion. The "newlyweds" will be
at hpme to th,eir frlneds at 1435
East Second. Tulsa (Okla.) World.
Pathe Phonograph manufacturers
say to their agents, "Make It strong;
guarantee every cabinet, motor and
the records; we will back up every
sale by our dealer." Gray & Dudley
Hdw. Co., State jobbers, say, "Our
reputation and responsibility is be
hind every Pathe sold by the Pathe
Music Co.; of Union City." Read
their weekly ads. . . ,
a I.
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oil mens ano ooys
Clothimg' and tShoes.
We are overstocked and need the space for fall
goods now
Sale Starts Friday, July 16,
1920, and Lasts Ten Days.
Carrying goods from year to
chants, and we are not going
been howling on high prices. sNow is the time to get
good goods at a reasonable price. We have a small place
but a big stock. We are going to have our share of the
business by treating the public right. Anything that
you get from us and you are
will be cheerfully refunded.
sale where its purchasing
stretch the dollar.
The Bostonian Line
Men's black Bostonian Oxfords, $10.00
value, going at $ 8.50
Men's chocolate bal Oxfords,, straight
last, $ 1 2.50 value, at ' 1 0.50
Men's tan English Walking Oxford,
$13.50 value, at.... $11.00
Men's tan English Walking Oxfords,
$10 value, at $ 8.50
Men's black, straight last Oxfords, $ 1 0
value, at $ 8.50
Men's fine Vici Blucher Oxfords, $12.50
value, at.. $10.00
The Famous Nunn-Bush Line
of Oxfords.
Men's fine tan English Walking Oxfords,
$12.75 value, at 1.00
Men's wide toed, Masterbilt Oxfords,
$10 value, at 7.75
Also a few men's and boys
sacrifice. Odd pants of every description. Our mer
chandise must move because
must have the floor space.
Special Sale on
Union City,
coming in.
year has broke lots of mer
broke. The public has
not satisfied, your money
Invest your money in this
power is unlimited. We
Boys Buster Brown
$5.50 values, irl sizes running from 3 to
6, at i $4.50
$5.00 value, in sizes running from 12 to
3, at -... H25
Men's Shoes
Men's English Walking Oxfords, $6.50
value, at... ...$4.50
A lot of men's work and dress Shoes at
a sacrifice, priced from $5 to $7.50
Plow shoes, $4 value, going at $3.00
Boys' Scout Shoes .$2.75
A few all year weight suits for men
at a big reduction. . Don t listen to other
people, come in and see for yourself.
$27.50 Suits $22.50
30.00 Suits 25.00
32.50 Suits 25.00
35.00 Suits... 27.50
40.00 Suits 32.50
45.00 Suits... 37.50
carried - over Suits at a big
more is coming in and we
Tennis Slippers
- . Tetiri.

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