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i I A Bargain Hunters ttention Oigj IFall Sale m at the Childs Specialty House BEGINS- SatuVday, Aug. and will run through the week. 30 following: During this Sale we will sell slightly damaged wash dresses for ladies, misses and children at less than the first cost of the material. We haven't many of these specially valuable bargain inducements this season, so come early before they are picked over. We will also offer our new Fall models at reduced prices for this Sale only. 1 Best quality of New Fall Gingham, in one to five yard remnants, at 20 cents per yard. Big sized Quilt Scraps, while they last, at 20 cents per pound. THE CHILDS SPECIALTY HOUSE 2nd Floor UNION CITY TENN. AUTOMOBILE OWNERS,. ATTENTION! Automobile rates on insurance policies have been greatly reduced. The small towns do not have to pay for the city losses. Car owners cannot afford to take the risk when, for a small premium, they can be protected. We will be glad to explain this protection. Jno. T. WalRer . Co. J : : UNION CITY, TENN. PHONE 118. LOCAL AN2 PERSONAL. Nev shades, shapes, metropolitan styles and beautiful effects in hats and millinery now Demg snown at Mrs. Arnn's. Mrs. Harry Goss and little son, Thos., are visitors this week in Mar tin. , ... Miss Annie Margaret McClanahan has returned from a visit to Centre ville, Tenn. Mrs. W. I. Garrett and daughter, Mrs. Condy, were visitors this week In Humboldt. Mrs. Chas. Lemons and Mrs. Bui- guld, of Tiptonville, were in the city as shoppers Tuesday. Misses Rebecca and Mary Parks, of Waverly, are the guests of Mrs. Har ris Parks this week. R. L. Harper, of the firm of Harper & Shore, Rives, is a merchant buyer in St. Lou's this week. Servicable School Dresses at less than the cost of the material during Fall Sale, August 30, to September 6. Childs Specialty House. Miss Lizzie Stitt went to Tipton ville this wf ek, engaged in the work of court stenographer. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Patrick, of Nashville, are the. guest3 of Mr. and Mrs. Emery Owen this week. " Mr. and Mrs. Fred Worth and son, of Antonio, Texas, were in the city this week visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Arnn. Mrs. W. R. Webster, Miss Maxine and Mrs. T. F. Thomson are expected home from Hot Springs, Ark., next week. Miss Flanary's popular Gage hats and many other beautiful styles are now being shown in the display at her store. WANTED To ' rent unfurnished rooms or a cottage. Would buy small house and pay cash. See John Baird, Commercial offiice, at once. I Mi so Sarah Holt has returned from Nashville. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Forrester are quite sick. Mrs. McAdoo Bassier is a visitor in Paducah. Miss Lois Rodditt was a vi-itor iu Troy this week. F. B. Caldwell is spending the week at Dawson Springs. FALL DISPLAY NEW HATS AT MISS FLANARY'S GAGE PATTERNS and all the season's best offer ings in millinery now shown in attractive profusion. Nothing lacking in quality and style. Also a beautiful line of DRESSES to be shown in a few days. It ii i .1 .... .i will be wortn a visit to see tne stock before you buy. Don't fail to pay us a call. MISS FLANARY Mrs. R. H. McCIananhan has re turned from Paducah. Miss EllenfcFox, of Obion, was a shopper here this week. W. I. Rice has returned from business trip to Dickson. Mrs. Mattie Taylor has returned from a visit to Memphis. Miss Dora Stephens, of Troy, was a visitor last week in the city. We handle nothing but good shoes Corum & Jackson. T. w. Taylor writes from Dallas, Texas, that he enjoys The Commer cial and sends regards to friends in Union City. Miss Evelyn Early, ofNashville spent Thursday with Miss Louise Dahnkc. Miss Early has been e student at Vanderbilt University. Mrs, D. L. Flanary and sister, Mrs Margaret Weinrich, of Chester, 111., were in the city this week visiting Mrs. Flanary and Miss Sara Flanary. - Miss Sara Flanary announces to her customers and friends that she is adding a line of beautiful dresses, to be shown with her hats, and dis play will be made in a few days, Don't buy until you see them. Mr. Alfred McDaniel, after a few weeks vacation in Union City and Woodland, left this week for his ter ritory as traveling salesman in Florida. Miss Ollie Wheeler, of St. Louis, is with Mrs. F. E. Arnn, heading the corps of trimmers in the millinery store with Mrs. Kitty Rogers, Mrs. J. J. Roberts and Miss Marie Sedberry Lieut. Thompson Bynum' has re turned from overseas service. Lieut Bynum was held in the quarters here for some time before going acoss as one of the officers in charge of the training of soldiers. He is welcomed home. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Morgan, Mrs. H. E. Muensch, Misses Laura Lancas ter, Ruth Ferguson, Lorine Morgan, Messrs. Geo. Moody and Howard Smith spent Sunday on Reelfoot Lake, followed with a dinner at Mrs. Morgan's. The young folks enjoyed a car ride to Fulton Wednesday night. Antonius Stradivarius, whose name to-day is the symbol of all that is best in tone perfection, having made the most wonderful violins and pianos ever known, and, by bis great genius, perfected a genuine spruce sound board, the same as used in his great violins, and adjusted it in his match- ess phonograph The Stradivara. i Mr. Steve Riley, cf Memphis, was a social visitor here Tuesday. Mr. John G. Saundors returned Tuesday from Dawson Springs. Mr. Ellis Taylor left Thursday for Vcr! on, Texas, his fornior home. Mr. Z. E. McCall, of Akron, Ohio, is the guest of Miss Lorine Morgan. Mrs. J. E. Campbell and children arc visiting relatives at Crystal this week. Mrs. Ollie Nichols is confined to h;r bed with a very bad case of tcnsilitis. Miss Eleanor Spencer, of Memphis, is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. M. Forrester. Buick has the best-trjade value of any car sold. Kirkland. Miss Floy Williams, of Hornbeak, was a visitor with Miss Ruth Cald well last week. Miss Marie Schmidt was the guest of Miss Mary Honeycutt at Wood land last week. New shoe department now open at Corum & Jackson's. Jas. McClure, Jr., of Nashville, is In the city visiting his grandmother, Mrs. S. H. McClure. Masdame Joe Mess and Ollie Nichols spent the day Monday with relatives in Martin. Miss Myra Nolcn, of St. Louis, was a Siinday visitor in the city with relatives and friends. Miss Ivy Queen, of McKcnzie, is here at the home of her sister, Mrs. W. B. Cunningham, for a visit. See Miss Flanary's new hats, mod els in style and artistic effects. Mrs. Frances Vovell, aftor a visit to Martin with relatives and friends for a few days, has returned. Miss Rubye Caldwell returned Monday from Fulton, where she had been visiting for several days. Miss Kate Kirkman will be one of tho faculty of tho Obion public cchcol with Mr. Ridings this year. Miss Mary Loe Rodgrrs left yes terday for Trenton for her work as tcrcher In the shool at that place. New hats at Mrs. Arnn's, very at tractive and very unique in shades and style. See display. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Prieto, who have been enjoying a visit to Asheville, N. C, are expected home next week. A telegram announcing the safe landing ofCalvin Stovall from France was received by his father this week. Mrs. R. M. Whipple and niece, Miss Sammons, are expected home in a few dayn from Block Island, Rhode Island. Shoes! Shoes! for ladies and chil dren at Corum & Jackson's.. Mr. Paul Scott leaves Sunday for Memphis to enter the service of one c f the Memphis wholesale cotton com mission houses. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Allen and little daughter, Dorothy Ann, are enjoying ci tuto tour of Lookout Mcuntaii and East Tennessee. Mrs. John Poynter and two chil dren, from Sharon, Tenn., were visit ing in the home of Mrs. Will Bryan on Ury street this week. Mrs. Zula Baldridge, of Webb City, Mo., is in the city visiting her sister, Mrs. Dorrel Harris, and brothers, F. G. and Leslie Cunningham. Mrs. J. F. Hawkins, cf Bcllcfonte, Ark., is a visitor in tho county with Mrs. R. B. Marshall, Mrs. Johu Bo;ud and Mrs. Clyde Higgs. See the display of new fall designs in hats at Mrs. Arnn s. Mrs. J. V. Averitt vcnt to Nash- villo this week, accompaincd by her physician, Dr. Quails, for an opera tion at St. Thomas Ho'spital. Mrs. Luke Maxwell and mother were in tho city this week. Mrs. Maxwell is to be one of the faculty cf the Union City Training School. Miss Naidcen Jordan will be in the Reelfoot District School as teacher for a few weeks until arrangements can be made for a permanent teacher. Let us urge you to visit Wehman's store during the week of September 8 to 13. You will learn something that is worth while at the Majestic Range Demonstration during this week. Mrs. Chas. . Merryman and Miss Merryman, of Martin, were here this week visiting in the home of Miss Maggie Burke. The elder Mr. Burke has been very sick. Friends in the city I earn that Mrs. Willis Bell, formerly Miss Lucile Craig, is in Memphis this week . for and operation for goitre. Mrs. Bell resides in Scott, Miss. Misses Nannie and Ivy Barksdale have returned from Paducah, where they had been on an extended visit. They were accomp&ined home by Miss Theda Barksdale, who will be their guest for several days. Mr. and Mrs. J H. Arnn and son, Jas. Jr., returned yesterday from Chicago and St.' Louis, where Mr. Arnn has been buying. They are here visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Arnn on their way to Jackson. We Have Never Seen the Public So Appreciative of Good Bargains As in his Big Make-Room Sale With the high cost of living as such an important problem for nearly everyone to solve these days, the people of Union City and vicinity have not been slow in grasping the advantages that are so plainly seen in this great Make-room Sale. No longer is it a question of "what do things cost to-day," but "what will they be within the next few months if market conditions do not show improvement soon. This store considers it a notable achievement to be able to offer so many big bargains at this time when merchandise is continually advancing in price and is very scarce at that. But with new fall goods knocking at our back door and the ability to obtain additional lines of desirable merchandise to take the place of our big summer stock these and other advmtages enables us to help you to fight the high cost of living. ( Make your time 'and money count most by being on hand Special Bargains for Saturday and Monday Selling . These prices speak louder than we can shout. These are BARGAINS SURE ENOUGH BARGAINS ! I IOI I PRICES: Shoes Men's English Oxfords blacks; $7.00 value $4.95 Men's Dress Shoes Rals and Blu chers; $8.00 value. $5.95 Men's Pants-all wool, tailor-made; $8.50 value $5.95 Men's Work Pants extra heavy quality; $3.50 value .-.$2.49 Boys' Suits -skirt models blue and fancy serges; $17.50 values. .$11.49 Boys' Suits Well-made, blue, grays and browns; $10.00 value $7.49 Boys' Blouses light and solid per cales; $1.00 value 65c Boys' Blue Serge Knee Pants sizes 8 to 16; $2.00 value $1.49 Ladies' Vici and Patent Oxfords; $7 value $3.95 Genuine B. V. D. Union Suits $2.00 value $1.45 Men's Nainsook Kool-fit Union Suits; $1.00 value 69c Men's Jilk Fiber Shirts $5.00 value . .7 $3.98 rMen's Dress Shirts assorted sizes; $1.50 value while they last 98c Men's Balbriggan Shirts and Draw ers 75c value 49c Men's Elastic Seam Drawers "Genu ine Pepperell;" $1.25 value 95c Men's Pure Silk Lisle Hose; 50c value 35c Men's Cotton Hose; 25c value. . .10c A big line of Men's Suits? well tailor ed all styles and colors reduced to a price to save you from $5.00 to $10. Men's Khaki Pants; $2 value. .$1.49 A new line of ladies' Serge Dresses ; beautiful assort ment of colors $20 value $10.98 Ladies' White Gabardine Skirts newest styles $1.95 Ladies' Black and Fancy Plaid Taff eta Silk Shirts $6.00 value.. $3.95 Ladies' Silk Crepe de Chine and Georgette Waists flesh and white $5.00 value $3.24 Ladies' Pure Silk Hose assorted colors seam in the back; $2.00 value at $1.24 Children's Mercerized Lisle Sox all sizes fancy tops; 50c value 29c Ladies' Vests fine gauze lisle white and flesh; 50c value 29c Ladies' Middies heavy quality newest styles; $2.50 value $1.25 Ladies' Silk Poplin Skirts, latest styles, sold everywhere not less than $5.50, you can buy at Kaufman's Store for $2.95 Ladies' Summer Gowns, $1.50 value, we sell now in the marke-room sale at 95c Ladies' Hose, black and white, sold everywhere at 25c, we sell here for 10c Ladies' Slippers of all kinds will be offered in the make-room sale Satur day and Monday at cost. We need the room more than we do the slip pers. BLANKETS We still have a few pairs of double blankets, 66x80, a $5.00 value in the make-room sale at $2.95 50 dozen Children's Hose, sizes 5y to 10, sold everywhere at 50c, in the make-room sale at, a pair 19c Men s Union-made Overalls, $2.25 value, in the make-room sale. . .$1.48 Men's Wash Pants, just a few dozen left, sold everywhere at $2.00, we sell at 95c Boys' Wash Suits, $2.00 value, now selling at. 95c Boys' Rompers, $1.25 value at. . .95c Men's Pure Tub Silk Shirts, $8.50 value, in the make-room sale . . $4.35 Men's Bluebell Work Shirts all sizes, $1.25 value, in the make-room sale at. . , 95c Ladies' Bungalow Aprons Gingham and Percales, $2.00 value, sale. $1.39 Ladies' Pure Silk Drop-stitch Hose black, white and dark tan; $2.50 value at $1.75 1 want everybody to know that I have received a full line of fall goods. Come in before you do your buying and get prices at Kaufman's Low-Price Store. You will see for yourself that I undersell them all. I am more anxious for your friendship than big profits. ow-race more UNION CITY. TENN.