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Regular line merchandise, the best that can be bought, no seconds, no job lots,
no salvage stuff, honest goods, every shipment clean and fresh, direct from the most responsible manufacturers and wholesale dealers in the United States, are the reasons why you should attend the last three days of the : : : : Brody B . Competition has been staggered. Various superior claims have been made here and there, but the people of Union City and Obion County who have valued their dollars have bought here because of the extraordinary values we have offer ed and are making good on. Highest in quality and lowest in price is our ambition, and this is exactly what is going on every day in our store. We look to everybody to support us in this commendable enterprise. Many have done so, and you will, too, when you inspect our values and note our prices. We have more at stake than any other store in this part of the South. While we succeeded to a well known and es tablished business, we are a new firm and for no other reason than this we are compelled to give a square deal to every purchaser or go out of business. We are, however, now recognized as one of the leading mercantile houses of Union City, and our great interest lies in developing a greater store than ever, a larger source of supplies for you and your family. Apparel for Men and Women, Boys and Girls, Hosiery, Shoes, Underwear, Dry Goods, Notions Prices cut to Bed-Rock for this Greatest Sale BRODY BROS. CUT PRICE STO in UNION CITY, TENNESSEE .in The Commercial, Union City, Tenn, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15. 1922. CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE Nice young Jersey cows. Phone Ollio Nichols, 389-J, FOR RENT Suburban grocery store in Union City. Call Dr. W. M. Turner. S7-tf WANTED To ;rent one front room with board; 2 gentlemen pre f erred. Call 277-W. FOR SALE Mammoth Bronze turkeys: hena six dollars, toma twelve. MRS. D. C. MADDOX. 36-3t Union City, Tenn. FOR SALE Thirteen lots in north Rives one block west of depot, Address A. D. Beck, Rives, Tenn. 35-4tpd LOST Ladies' wrist watch, octa gon shape; lost between S. First and ' Division streets. Reward when re turned to Elizabeth Browning, Childs Specialty House. 38-ltpd When you are ready to talk about a monument, don't forget the old reliable Eclipse Marble & Gran ite Works, J. J. Snyder, Prop., Hum boldt, Tenn. Honesty is our policy best material and workmanship and reasonable prices. ' Shipments made promptly. Ask our customers about us. Call or write me. 31-tf H. M. FINLEY. Humboldt Tenn. YOUR PAPER This ia pay day. Have to ask you to pay up. Remember The Commercial is only $1.00 a year, equiv- alent to 50-cent -noney ten years ago. Therefore you get the paper for half price. So don't ask us to continue your subscription without the money. If we don't hear from you it will be taken for granted that your paper is to be dis- " continued. THE COMMERCIAL Marshall & Baird Union City, Tenn. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Don't fail to see those wonderful $9.75 Suits and Dresses Saturday morning at Coram & Jackson's, on sale until all are closed out. Mrs. D. N. McClure was sick this week. Phone 32 for coal. Mr. Ben Howard was a visitor this week in St. Louis. For Ice or Coal call 150. Mrs. Walter Reed, of Terrell, was a Wednesday visitor. For ice and coal call 150. Miss Erselle Reed, of Mason Hall, was a Saturday shopper. Call the Crystal Ice Co. for Ken tucky and Alabama Coal. Phone 32 Miss Leila Shaw, of State Line, is visiting Mrs. L. H. Lockhart. -Phone 32 for coal. Mrs. S. E. Allmond spent Tuesday with her brother.who is sick in Hick man. Buy your dolls and toys at Kir- by's and save money. Mr. and Mrs. John Moores, of Pro- temus, were in the city Wednesday shopping. New hats and Christmas novel ties in millinery at Mrs. Arnn's. Mrs. D. F. Marlin and son, Bobbie, are the guests this week of friends in Carmi, 111. $20.00 and $25.00 coats at Kir- by's closing out price $10.00. Mrs. J. B. Adkerson has returned after a few weeks visit in Nashville and Smyrna. Ladies' extra size House Dresses, 98c at Kirby's closing out sale. Mrs. M. Odum, of Kenton, was an end-of-the-week visitor with Mrs. Ann Howell. See the beautiful line of holiday goods at Mrs. Arnn's. Mrs. E. E. Parks, of Trimble, vis ited Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Parks on Ex change street this week. De goodest goodies you ever see and da show do make yo mouf water at Woosley's. Miss Euline Cummings and Miss Sarah Taylor, of Rives, were -in tho city Friday visiting friends. Beginning Saturday morning Corum & Jackson will sell 25 Ladies' Suits in small sizes only at $9.75 each. First come first served. Judge J. S. Roberts, of Jackson, was a visitor this week with his friends at the Old National Bank. Don't forget that Saturday is the day you find those big values for 25c at Wehman's. Mrs. Wallace W. Moore, of St. Louis, is a visitor here for the hol idays with relatives and friends. Big bargains in men's, ladies' and children's shoes at Kirby's clos ing out sale. We are offering those nice salad bowls, cake plates, large fancy vases, all bigger and better values than ev er for 25c Saturday at Wehman's. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hamilton, of McKenzie, are in the city this week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hamilton. Do your Xmas shopping at Kir by's' closing out sale and save mon ey. Mr. Grover Schleifer has gone to Detroit for a holiday visit with his mother, Mrs. E. Monrotus, and fam ily. Let us help you solve your Xmas problems. We have a large assort ment of useful and well selected gifts for everybody. Wehman's. Miss Nola Allmond has returned from a two weeks visit with relatives and friends in the vicinity of Dres den. Fine singing canaries, from $7 to $10 orders taken for birds and flowers now by Metcalfe's represent ative, Miss Myrtle Stanfield. Dr. A. M. Forester came down this week from Nashvillo to attend the fu neral of his father, Mr. W. A. For ester. Talking machine for sale at a bargain. Call Phone No. 40. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Garth were in Cayce tho first of the week at tending the funeral of Miss Annie Cruce. Baby Blankets, 73c and 98c at Kirby's closing out sale. Mr. Charles Phelan, a former Un ion City boy, now of Dallas, Texas, was here for an overnight visit last week. Mr. Robert George Bramham was taken to Nailling's Hospital this week for an attack of appendicitis. Miss Hallie White, who is in school at McKenzie, was the recent guest of her parents on South Ury street. -From the stack of fresh cream cheese at Woosley's it locks like they had built a cheese factory in place of a shoe factory. What lovely Xmas Gifts! Large decorated salad bowls, hand painted cake plates and other gifts too nu merous to mention, all special values for 25c at Wehman's nextSaturday. .fife Men and Be Boys A real store for he men and he boys. We have a dandy line of everything for he men and he boys. Xmas gifts of all kinds for he men and he boys. Ties, Mufflers, House Slippers, Gloves just for he men and he boys. In fact everything that will answer the purpose for he men and he boys. A. Er. KIRKLAND The He Men and He Boys' Store. Mrs. L. G. Moffat and Mrs. Harry Moultrie, of Obion, were in the city this week attending the funeral of Mr. W. A. Forester. Don't fail to see those wonderful $9.75 Suits and Dresses Saturday morning at Corum & Jackson's, on sale until all are closed out. Mrs. C. E. Isaacs loaves this week for Washington City to spend the winter with her son and daughter, Mr. Casper and Miss Ruth Isaacs. TOYLAND is now open. The best and biggest line of toys to select from, just what you are looking for and prices much cheaper. Buy NOW at Wehman's. Mrs. S. E. Allmond accompanied the Doctor on his way to Westport.Tenn., at which place they were the guest3 of Dr. and Mrs. G. A. Thomasson. Mrs. Arnn invites you to see, at her store some extra special and suitable articles in millinery novel ties for holiday gifts. Call J. C. Burdick, Phone 185. for Fresh Fish and Oysters. Will de liver to you promptly. Mr. D. H. Bond, of Vincennes, Ind., is in the city this week with machinery and samples of his type of concrete work. This is shown on the vacant lot above the express of fice. He says he has the very best thing, going like hot cakes and you are invited to see the sample ma chinery and blocks. Your Xmas order will have prompt attention if you will at once give order to Metcalfe's representa tive, Miss Myrtle Stanfield at the laundry. Prices most reasonable. The Epworth League of the Meth odist Church is this year endeavoring to bring Christmas cheer to a large number of needy families in Union City. These families include many children who otherwise would have no vision of a children's Santa Claus on Christmas morning. Any assist ance given the League in the way of contributions will not only be appre ciated by them, but both appreciated and enjoyed in the homes where these gifts will be distributed. Con tributions will be accepted by the League President, Miss Minnie WEST TENNESSEE BUSINESS COLLEGE Standardized Courses in Bookkeeping Salesmanship Shorthand Advertising Typewriting Dictaphone Experienced Instructors Positions for Graduates L G. FREY, Bus. Mgr. P.O. Box 1 78 Jackson, Tenn Dietzel, at Dietzel's Jewelry Store, and by Miss S.idie Williams, Superin tendent of Epworth League Social Service, at John T. Walker & Co. Flowers as usual from the pro- ducer, T. L. Metcalfe, to the user, tha finest grown, at less than city prices. Give order for Xmas at once to Miss Myrtle Stanfield. Red Ash, the Best Coal. Crystal Ice Company.