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Alexandria gazette. [volume] (Alexandria, D.C.) 1834-1974, July 25, 1919, Image 6

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July Clearance Sale of All
Low Shoes, Pumps and
Oxford Ties
25 Per Cent Redactions
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In All Summer Shoes for Man, Woman
and Child. Nothing Reserved
This is a most extraordinary opportunity in view of the fact that leather
has advanced to the extent that shoes will cost at least 25 per cent more next
season.
HERE WE GIVE YOU A LIST OF PRICES
All $10.00 oxfords and low shoes $7.50
All $9-00 oxfords and low shoes $6-75
All $8.50 oxfords and low shoes .S6.38
All $8.00 oxfords and low shoes $6 00
All $7.50 ofords and low shoes $5.63
Ail $7.00 oxfords and low shoes $5.25
All $6.50 oxfords and low shoes $4.88
Counter
Ladies Gray Oxfords and Pumps
broken sizes worth up to ?7.00 $1.95
Broken size ladies white pumps,
All $6.00 oxfords and low shoes $4.50
All $5.00 oxfords and low shoes $3.75
All $4.00 oxfords and low shoes $3.00
All $3.50 oxfords and low shoes $2.63
All $3.00 oxfords and low shoes $2.25
All $2.50 oxfords and low shoes $1.SS
All $2.00 oxfords and low shoes $1.50
Bargains
Broken size Children's White shoes,
worth up to $300 95c
Broken size Infants Pat. Lea. Slip
pers worth up to $1.50 49c
worth up to $3-50 95c
No. C O; D. Nothing Charged at These Prices
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To Our Patrons
Alexandria, Va., June 2, 1919.
In line with our progressive banking methods, and to meet the de
mands of our patrons. we arc installing on July 1st, an up-to-date Safe
Deposit Department, under the personal supervision of one of our
officers.
This has been made necessary from the fact that a large number
of our depositors owning Liberty Bonds and other securities desire a
safe place for their keeping.
It is our plan to enlarge the number of Safe Depo.sit Boxes, and
make a rental charge to meet the operating expenses of this Depart
ment. This charge will become effective July 1st, 1 !>10, and a bill will
be sent out at that time to the holders of boxes, and if any desire
to make any char.pre we will be glad to have them call before the
bills are rendered for the ensuing year.
By order of the Board of Directors
Tiie Citizens National Bank
Clearance Sale of Shoes
Ladies White Canvas lace shoes, high heels $3.50
and $4.00 at SI.98
Ladies Oxfords and Pumps, both high and low heel,
$2.00, $2.50 and S3.50 at 1 $1.98
Ladies low heel pumps, $2. at
Ladies high and low shoes, rubber sole and heel,
$1.75, $2.00 and $2.50 at $1.25
Growing girls button shoes up to-$2.50 at $1.25
Misses button shoes, $1. 75 and $2.Q0 at :>tfc
Children's shoes and slippers .. ; 75c
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Positielj&'No Goods .Charged or Exchanged
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Women's Raincoats j!
As Washington has suddenly developed a "rainy
season" the citizens must conform with the elements
and have their raincoats always ready. These good
values here to meet the demands:
Rubberized Rainproof Poplin Coats, in tan only.
Ail sizes; regulation belted model at $8.95
Light-weight raincoats, of changeable, silk-finish
ed. rainproof material; at $10.95
Light-weight raincoats, silk finish material, in
black and Oxford at .$12.95
Better qualities in silk-finished, striped material;
also cravenettes; at $19.75 and $25.00
For Sale
King street properties. Some of these are excep
tional buys at this time.
We also have properties in every section of the
city, together with a few surburban places. Look our
list over before purchasing.
Carver & Callahan
127 North Fairfax Street
Adjoining the Chamber of Commerce
Phone 432
p o "Y O X PURE GR0UND meat
? SCRAPS FOR POULTRY
Telephone or Write us for Descriptive Book
ALEXANDRIA FERTILIZER & CHEMICAL CO.
Pictures Changed
> ? ', Only Theatre in City Cooled?Ventilated by Typhoon System.
THE GRAND THEATER
Matinee Saturbay
; V TODAY :
Double Bill Western Show
EDITH ROBERTS
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3ee fi. new -type of cave man
Also Kate Bennett in "Lone Larry"
; A western'drama full, of thrills
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TOMORROW
Special Show, See
PRISCILLA DEAN
in
KISS OR KILL
Supported by HERBERT RAWLISON
Also Fatty Arbuckle in '"Fatty The Ice Man"
A Comedy Full of Pep
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RICHMOND THEATER
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TODAY
Goldwyn
Madge Kennedy
In a thrilling photoplay of adventures
The Danger Game
As an extra attraction
"FATTY" ARBUCKLE
in his latest
"A DESERT HERO"
Admission 10c and 20c. Matinee 10c and 15c
Continuous Performance 2.30 to 10.45
TOMORROW ;
Fox |
William Faraum
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In a romance of the great southwest
The Lone Star Ranger
Admission 10c and 20c. Matinee 10c and 15c
Continuous Performance 2.30 to 10.45
LiL
INGOMAR THEATER
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TODAY
Paramount
Mason & Ernest Truex
in an excellent comedy drama
Come On In
Also Ben Turpin in a comedy
j ? . "Hide and Seek Detectives"
Admission 10c and 15c
TOMORROW
Pathe
J. Warren Kerrigan
in a picture of thrilling scenes
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The Best Man
Admission 10c and 15c
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