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Our Sanitary
l(cep food fresh.
and sweet.
Paint is the outside clothing of the home. If you wish your
home to appear well, give it good clothes, and remember that
thejbest clothes wear longest.
jjj Tagg's Paint lasts and itsjquality never changes. It is al
ways the best that money can buy. It is doubly guaranteed
to you by the maker and by thejexclusive distributor.
DON'T buy f paint containing Calcium Carbonate, Silica,
Silicates and water. They are only fillers that reduce the
quality' of paint. When looking for 1 00 per cent pure paint
compare formulas. You will find Tagg's Paint strictly pure
Lead, Zinc and Oil, the same that you get when you mix keg
White Lead."
. ' , Price per gallon $3.00.
. . 5 per cent CashJJDiscount .15.
Costs you $285 ,
We have another good paint that will stand the wear atid
look good on your house. The same good paint you order
from a mail order house, but cheaper. White and colors same
price. v
Price per gallon $2.00.
; 5 per cent Cash Discount . 1 0.
Costs you.... $1.90
We have a complete line of'paint for every purpose. Es
pecially do we call your attention to our high grade Porch and
Deck Paintfor outside floors.
fWe quote you pure raw or boiled linseed oil for:
Price per gallon ' $ 1 .00.
5 per cent Cash Discount .05.
Costs you 95
You save the surface. We save you money.
30x3 Cysing.. .$8.25
- i i . , . 5 per cent Cash Discount .40
Tmnrnvpn iTianr
. Costs you $7.85
Tires Wear Like 30x3K Casing ...$9.95
. 5 per cent Cash Discount .50
iron uost Less Costsy0u.. .TmS
30x3 Tube $1.50
Why not trsde 5 per cent Cash Discount .08
, . Costs you $1.42
J 30x3' Tube $!.75
'draws a dividend? 5 per cent Cash Discount .09
i Costs you-.. $1.66
Frank C. Wehman
The Commercial, Union City, Tenn.
FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1922.
$1,000 and up on 40 acres or more.
5 to 10 years, 6 per cent interest.
For particulars see.
Junior Party. 1 :
The Junior class entertained the,
Seniors Friday evening, May 12,
with a lawn party at the home of
Miss Elizabeth Bransford on South
Third street Games were enjoyed
throughout the evening and at a late
hour delightful refreshments, carry
ing out the class colors, were served.
On ' leaving everyone declared the
Juniors to be very charming and en
tertaining hosts. 1 ,
Senior-Junior Reception.
The annual reception for the Ju
niors and faculty was given by the
Senior class Saturday evening; May
13, at the .home of Dr. and Mrs. M. A.
Dlanton. The reecption hall was
decorated in lavender and white
flowers .as was the dining .room
where refreshments in the class col
ors were served., The very stately
and dignified air of the Seniors aided
in making this one of the most strik
ing affairs of the closing school year.
Dancing Party.
Mr. Levi White Jordan enter
tained with an informal porch dance
Monday evening after the class night
Gypsy Tea.
In striking contrast to the very
formal Senior reception and parties
was the gypsy tea given at the coun
try home of Mis3 Gay Cloar' Tues
day evening. After an enthusiastic
game of tag and a chase over the
woods-lot, in which all the dignified
Seniors forgot the cares and worries
that usually go with exams, gradua
tion, etc., a delicious lunch and ice
cream cones were served. At- a late
hour the Seniors departed, each one
declaring that the evening had been
a very delightful one.
Betsy Spradlin entertained the fac
ulty and Senior class Wednesday af
ternoon with a five-o'clock' tea. The
class colors were carried out in the
! decorations and refreshments. The
hostess was assisted in entertain
ing by her mother and Miss Mary
Picture Show Party.
Wednesday evening the class was
entertained with a picture show par
ty at Jimmie's Playhouse by Mr. Lyle
Boyd. After the show the class was
invited to an ice cream party in the
balcony at Cobb's Corner by the
Oliver-Cobb Drug Co.
Ice Cream Party.
On Thursday evening after the
graduation exercises the class was
honored by the Clagett Co. and Jim
mie's The class wishes to express their
enjoyment ami appreciation of the
attention shown them by these firms.
Mrs. Penick Complimented.
Mrs. Nettie Penick was hostess to
guests at 19 tables of Bridge Thurs
day afternoon at the Elks Club rooms
to compliment Mrs. Daniel Easley
Penick, of Chicago, who is her house
guest. The rooms were lovely with a pro
fusion of cut and potted plants.
At the conclusion of the games
Miss Clare Parks was winner of high
score, a Japanese bag; Mrs. John
Waddell won as second prize a lovely
pair of pillow cases; as third in score
Mrs. John D. Killion received a hand
made card table cover; Mrs. Aubrey
Whipple cut consolation.
Mrs. Penick presented the honoree
with a lovely hand made vanity set.
The score keepers, Mesdames Thad
Lee, Clifford Jones, W. W. Heath-
cock and Ben Dietzel, were the re
cipients of lovely powder puffs.
Individual angel food cakes and
brick cream with salted nuts com
prised the delicious refreshments.
Mrs. Jim' Arnn left last week for
Paducah, Kyv after a visit 'here with
her sister, Mrs. Nettie Penick.
Mrs. Goode has returned to her
home in Trenton after a visit here
with her aunt, Mrs. Netie Penick.
Mrs. Cecil Moss spent Friday and
Saturday in Paducah.
Wednesday Night Club.
Mrs. Fletcher Tae was hostess to
the Wednesday fught Bridge Club
last Wednesday. Mrs. Marvin Blanton
won as high score a locely silver
vanity case, and Mr. Arthur Titts
worth won gentlemen's prize, a pair,
of silk sox. Mrs. Clarence Beck cut
Mrs. Tate graciously presented
Mrs. D. E. "Penick, of Chicago, a pair
of lingerie pins.
A most delectable salad course was
Miss Allen's Recital.
Biss Beulah Allen presented her
pupils last Friday at the Methodist
Church for class recital. Only a lim
ited nufnber were included, the
younger pupils, fourteen and under,
taking part. This is mentioned in
order to explain the absence of the
older pupils.
Miss Allen's classes and music are
always interesting. She is a woman
of fine musical tastes and accomplish
ments and her pupils are fortunate
in the opportunity they enjoy under
her training. Miss Allen's work in
Union City, in church and class, is
one of progress in music . She is
known as a church organist of rare
ability, having charge of the organ
and directing the music of the Meth
odist Church in Union City. The re
cital was enjoyed by the patrons and
friends of the class.
Special Attraction.
The American Legion takes pleas
ure in presenting Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
L; Householder of Jackson, Tenn., in
a special program at Reynolds The
atre next Tuesday night, May 30..
Mr. Householder is in charge of the
Veterans Bureau at Jackson. He and
his wife are both accomplished as
entertainers and the people here are
promised a rare treat. The program
on the occasion will be the following
as near as possible:
Solo: (a) Spring's a Lovable Ladye
(b) The Prayer Perfect (Ri
ley). Reading: (a) The Bear Story (Ri
ley). (b) The Coons Lullaby.
Solo: (a) Melisande in the Wood
Reading (a) Romeo and Juliet.
Act II, Scene 4 and 5.
(b) Modern Romance.
Solo : Danny Boy (Weatherby).
Rose in the Bud (Foster).
Today's Call, address by Capt. House
holder. Mrs. Householder, soprano and read
er. Mrs. Brown, accompanist.
Fishing Party.
. A fishing party composed of Supt.
Ranck, Dr. Niles, Edward Ranck,
Profs. Thomas, Sheeley and Cox, left
early Saturday morning for a day's
fishing on Reelfoot Lake. The day
was warm and clear, in fact, it was
rather hot on the lake, especially if
one had to row any distance and the
water was calm, but the flsh would
not bite. Those in the party could
not give any reason for it but the old
fishermen around the lake said the
water was too cold. In the after
noon they fished in Indian Crek and
had a little more luck but not enough
to justify the trip had fishing been
the only object, but the principal ob
ject was recreation and a day's out
ing and all can report a pleasant
time. They'll go after the fish when
it get's warmer.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Futrell, of
Memphis, were Sunday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. W. M. Woodfin.
Misses Ru'h and Marie Brown, of
St. Louis, were visitors of Mary
Louise Woodfin last week.
Mr. Larry Jordan has accepted a
position as assistant bookkeeper at
the Farmers Exclfange Bank.
Mrs. Hugh -Luck, of Memphis,
spent last week with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Woodfin.
Dr. Sam Crry, of Cairo, is in the
city visiting his sister, Mrs. W. A.
Nailling, who has been very ill
666 cures Bilious Fever. '
Mr. Eugene Woodfin, of Memphis,
who was visiting1 his father, Mr. W.
M. Woodfin, has returned home. v
Dr. T. N. Sullivan, of Memphis,
was here this week as a visitor in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Oliver.
H. M. Finley, of Humboldt, was in
town Tuesday and sold Mrs. J. C. Da
vis a handsome granite monument.
Hons. W. W. Craig and Finis J.
Garrett, candidates for Congress,
were here Monday mingling with the
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Ledbetter, af
ter a visit with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. M. Woodfin, have re
turned to their home in Memphis.
Judge P. W. Maddox camo over
Tuesday from Huntingdon and pre
sided at a meeting of the creditors of
the Dahnke-Wallter Milling Co.,
bankrupt. Trustee Stanfield submit
ted a report of the creditors who
have been working on the books of
said company for come weeks, which
indicates the creditors owe the, gov
ernment nothing, but that too much
tax has been paid and Hon. F. P.
Bond, of Nashville, thinks the cred
itors have a good healthy refund
due them.
You do not want
Potato Bugs
Chicken Lice
Slugs on Rosebushes
Plant Lice
Cock Roaches
nd other pests undesirable.
Come in and get the Government dope and see the illus
trated chart, showing these pests highly magnified and
how to rid them.
Oliver's Drug' Store
On the job with the latest helps.
Money to Loan
We are authorized to ta applications for farm loan3
in Obion County on improved farms of 40 acres or more.
The rate of interest is 6 per cent per annum and the loan
made with the least possible delay.
See us for information and details.
C. N. & H. H. LANNOM
Union City, Tennessee.
m&j igiip (igp
Satisfies the sweet tooth
and aids appetite and digestion.
Cleanses mouth and teeth.
A great boon to smokers,
relieving hot, dry mouth.
Combines pleasure and
Don't miss the joy of the
new WRIGLEY'S P-K-the sugar
coated peppermint tid bit!
Good for

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