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.1- II NG Now Here is What ' We Are Offering You Suits made to sell at $55.00 to $75.00., now offered at Our 1 OSS IS ! 4 ii t - 1 1 - n .-4 I i "i I' ii i in m ' ft I; i " ?: i V :i ? ' :- f I .' ) ft I ! We were first to announce reductions, since them we have given our custo mers the advantage of each de cline in the market. $10 Shoes Nothing HigherShoes $10 We have reduced our $15 and $16 Shoes to $10. These are the best we have in stock. ' We are also giving a like re duction on every pair of shoes in our ' house. This sale embraces every Suit and early and I Tr 11 ?S. v i I i ss 5Q Suits made to sell at $35.00 to $50.00, now offered at 6,SO NOTHING RESERVED Suits cheaper than the above will be sold . - ' at one-half price. Pair of Shoes in our . Store, so come get your choice. . Ql) Ao CdDMe 9 More Fop Cash CdDMIU) aumy 99 Our Holiday Goods Have Arrived And the Prices Are Much Lower than Last Year CALDWELL'S BOOK STORE The Home of Holiday Buyers Great Convenience- Small Cost Business concerns and traveling men using STATION TO STATION long distance service to great advantage in reaching branch managers and the home office, where some one who can transact business is likely to be always present. This class of toll service is rendered at much lower rates than the person to person service. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCORPORATED The Commercial, Union City, Tenn. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1920. THE LION TAIL TWISTERS BIG MEET AT JONES CAFE fMjff. BEAUTY MAY BE BUT SJONDEEP but eye beauty is deep as the brain. Superficial beauty- may fade, but when the eyesight fades or . grows dim or goes out altogether, the light of your life hat gono and little re mains to cheer. Avoid this possible danger; keep your eyes young, beau tiful, clear and undimmed by wear ing our proper, glasses if you ieed them. . DR. S. E. ALLMOND, Optometrist 218 First Street. The Commercial sent to Obion County points, $1.00 per year; . -anywhere outside the County, $ 1 30. It's worth it , Chef Serves Reynolds Packing Com pany's Famous Sausage. The Lions had a lively session at Jones Cafo last Tuesday. Some of the backsliders slid in and took a turn in the proceedings. Not the least of which was en Joyed a treat from Reynolds Packing Co. in the way of pork - sausage, a special "brew", produced ' by the plant,' and which), not like Richard Carl's songs, "will become popular in time," but which have already be come noted for their flavor and puri ty all over tho western porticn of the State. Mr. Reynolds was called on to make some comment upon his enter prise. Ho said that the plant was still young, but the output had in creased to $300,000 a year and was still growing. This plant, he stated, had saved the county many hun dred dollars In freights to and from the meat markets. But if the advantages between tho Chicago packers and the home Industry were entirely eyon ho felt that the peo ple should appreciate the work-of the home plant. He said that the sausage products, especially the pork sausage, had found their way not only to local markets, but to many points in other territory in and out of Tennessee. Tho Reynolds Pack ing pork sausage has no rival, its bacons are equal to any, if not so delicately packed, and the entire product is A-l. Others are to be Invited to discuss private business from time to time. The report of the collections for the Gibbs road was fine. Some of the committees had raised their quota. Others were nearly xver, and by the next meeting it will all be In and the work of construction can be finished, and 4 grading for the winter can be arranged. Mr.. Korr spoke of the work to be done for Christmas, and tLo part to be taken by the Lions Club. This was already arranged for by tho organization effected at the First Christian Chuich Thanksgiv ing. The Elks, the Lions and other organizations are to coordinate, so that every worthy family in Union City and all the children may have suitable Christmas presents. It is all to be done thru the finance commit tee, who are to pass upon each and every case of charity and of Christ mas extension. Mr. Jake' Caldwell spoke st the work in the interest' of the Cumber land Presbyterian college, which is seeking a suitablo location. He felt that we should either go after this school with tho determination to succeed or drop out of the contest entirely. He thought some of the friends already had touches of cold feet, and that it would be love's la bor lost to pull the "dead ones" into the movement. In the meantime the Lions will not allow any grass to grow under these froet-bitten ones. UDlon City and community will go strong when tho time comes. The club has Mr. John D. Kllllon to thank and then some for a do nation of $100 on the Gibbs road. This puts Mr. Klllion on the blue ribbon list. Judge Bratton was present and stated that he would have the good road3 bill ready for reading in a few weeks. Thin is to be one of the ad vance movements for good roads in the county. A letter from Hon. T. B. King, of Memphis, was read. Mr. King was pleased to bo remembered by the Lions Club, who bad mailed him a email token of appreciation for his many visits to this place. He writes that he will always feel the warmest attachment for our people and can bo found ready at any time to an swer a call to come to Union City. A letter from Gibson County was lead with compliments to the club and saying that old Gibson stands ready and anxious to co-operate with Obion in good roads construction. The good roads movement is growing down thero rapidly. Dr. Turner, the suave, princely toastmaster, good-humored, delight ful, engaging president of the club, was full of exuberance over the at tendance and the fine spirit mani fested by the club. He said it was a pleasure and a mark of distinction to belong- to such a body r gentle men. Figuratively he shook hands with himself and every member of the club for tho success of the meet ings "' . - ' ' . ' How about one of those nice Oil Heaters for your bed room or dining room. Surely will heat and so cheap at Wehman's. usiness Increasing Though we are now in the midst of our dull season, we are showing a very' fine increase over last year, regardless of the fact that .prices are lower. " . Of course we are working hard for business and our efforts are producing visible results. But we know that the QUALITY of Reynolds products is the main factor in our success. We are turning out goods that are supplying the demand for a better article. We are growing, and shall continue to grow. Reynolds Packing Company Government Inspected. The Post Office is across the street from CLOYS SERUM COMPANY UNION CITY, TENN. YOU CANNOT BEAT. THIS BATTEEYT for real service in the lonr run. There may be cheaper storage bat teries but none better, and it te a service battery , yon want af te alk It will need less recharging, less care- and repair, and will stand up that' all.. ' - - McHUGH BATTERY CO.