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of Mens, Women's
and Childrens -Oxfords.
We are overstocked on Oxfords
and to reduce the stock at once
for the next ten days we will
sell about 300 pairs at consid
erably less than factory cost.
$1.95 to $3.95
for choice of over 150 pairs
Women's black, tan, vici or
gunmetal; all sizes, 2h to 8;
worth from $3.50 to $7.50.
The Commercial, Union City, Tenn.
FRIDAY. JULY 9, 1920.
$4.35 to $6.00
for choice of one lot Men's
patent, black vici or tan, calf
high-grade oxfords; worth from
$6.50 to $10.00.
A f er pairs of Edwin Clapp
oxfords at a closing out price
of $6.50 to $8.50.
All other high grade Oxford
reduced from 10 to 25 per cent
These prices are strictly cash
Nothing charged or' sent out on
Southern Asaopiation Meeting.
The monthly meeting of Local No.
236 ot the Cumberland Telephone
Employees was held Monday night,
June 28, at 8 o'clock in the tele
phone building. Of the twenty-five
members twenty-qne were present.
The membership committee , showed
they had' been working by adding
five new members to our list. Inter
esting talks were made by W. A.
Birdsong, from Jackson, and C.: W.
Fulgham, of McKenzie. Among oth
er out of town guests were Mlsa Lula
Kelly, Miss A. Sanders and Jack Mar
shall, of McKenzie. After the meet
ing refreshments of ice cream and
cake were served. Due to the kind
ness of Mr,'. Dietzel, we were fur
nished with music by the Edison.
Dancing was enjoyed by many. Ev
eryone claimed the evening to be an
y College Night.
In order that the parents of the
boys and girls might know the re
ligious atmosphere that exists in our
colleges and universities, the Chris
tian Endeavor Society of the C. P.
Church had a "College Night." This
meeting served also as an inspira
tional service to the boys and girls
to attend college.
The meeting was led by Miss Jean-
je Garth, of the University of Te,
nessee, and the followingcoilge men
and wwaen tookmcfC: Miss Juna
Reynolds, of Vanderbilt; Miss Hat
tie White, of Bethel College; Miss
Elizabeth Chambers, of Washington
University; Mi3s Mary Horner, of
University of Tennessee.
Miss Inez Lovelace, of. Memphis
Normal, gave a report of the Y. W.
C. A. conference at Blue Ridge, N. C.
Miss Louise Harris, of tho Cincin
nati Conservatory of Music, eang.
Mr. Rex Naylor, instructor at Yale,
gave & talk on the , religious atmos
phere at Yale. His reply to remarks
about "higher criticism" in colleges
was straight and to the point.
This "College Night" was enjoyed
by all present and will help to bring
the college and church closer togeth
er. The church must look to the col
lege for its leaders, so it should know
of the religious life of the real "stu
dents of our universities.
Allen Martinia and Doll Webb.
Geo. W. Kevil and Venice Weaver.
M. E. Cleek and Reggie Ashley.
Alton Jonfts and Lillian Dodd.
Richard McClain and Alberta
Charles E. Carman and Syble Vir
Willie Rogers and Bridget Bur
nett. John R. Magruder and Elsie
John W. Cunningham and Alverda
Jim M. Edwards and Katie Butler.
Earl Ivie and Elmer Lindsay.
Bulus Bynum and Zettie Baker.
Goble Crane and May Rodgers.
Charlie Harrison and Orlean
Finis Haynes and Virginia Blanks.
Clint Ridgeway and Carrie B. Per
ry. ROUTE EIGHT.
Mrs. Evie Crittendon is the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Crittendon this
Mrs. Mackey Pearson, son and
daughter, of Union Cityar visiting
in this vicinity this week.
Miss Dettie Brewer, spent the
week end in Martin the guest of Miss
Miss Ethel Brewer is in Dyersburg
for a few weeks with her aunt, Mrs.
Mr. Chas. Russell and family at
tended services at Antioch Sunday.
Miss Alda Clark was the guest of
Mrs. Lester Maneese in Rives Wed
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar White spent
the week end with: the latter's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Clark.
Little Mary Crittendon, who has
been very 111, Is improving, but two,
other children of Mr. Crittendon's
have been very sick with flux.
Mr. Finis Wells, of Fulton, visited
Willie Crittendon Sunday night.
Little Oral Clark is spending the
week "with her sister, Mre. Oscar
White, of Martin.
Mr. and Mrs. Rolla llauser spent
a few days at Crutchneld, Ky., last
week, the guests bf Mrs. Hauser's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jackson.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bard and Mr.
and Mrs. King "and baby, of Fulton,
visited in the homo of Mr. Walton
Alexander and other relatives last
Quite a number from our vicinity
fXN account of having a crowded ware-room we must move some of the
. stock on hand before our fall goods begin to arrive, which is only a
few weeks off. Conditions to-day make us anticipate months in advance
and the shipping conditions are so bad we have to get our stock in as soon
as we can for fall, or else do without.
Find Below Some Prices Unheard of At This Time.
FIBRE PORCH SUITES
Were $35.00 Sale price $20.00
Were $22.50 Sale price $17.50
We have several upholstered chairs
at great reductions.
$45.00 Lamps N
Sale Price..... $31.15
Sale Price .$18.45
1 Come in and see
We have quite a num
ber of odd chairs at
greatly reduced prices.
You lose if you don't
YOU NEVER SAW SUCH REDUCTIONS BEFO
$475.00 Dining Suite, walnut Sale, price...... $398.75
$430.00 Dining Suite, jacobean Sale prick $349.85
We have quite a number of suites in other woods and fin
ishes. You cheat yourself if you do not see these suites.
How comfortable you can make
$150.00 Suites, mahogany
Sale Price - $119.95
$100.00 Suites, mahogany x
Sale Price $76.15
$85.00 Suites, oak
Sale Price : - 67.25
There are quite a few Davenette
Suites at prices that will male you
Come early and
- , get pick of patterns
WATCH THIS SPACE EXT WEEK
We wish we could tell you here of all the good bargains but space is limited.
You will have to come in and see them. All the merchandise we are offering
was bought before the high prices. You are the winner.
airpole - Wafer furnihime
UNDERTAKERS AND EM BALM ERS.
Mr. jR. H. Jett will be connected with us in the future as salesman, also as
embalmer and funeral director. PhoileNo. 124
Whitesell Harpole, Phone'No. 354 C. G. Naylor, Phone No. 358
W. G. Clagett Co.
went to Martin Monday to the cele
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