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ram . TUIP J. J U u u .v 1 . 4. ! if t Final! The Finish! K You Want to Save Moriey.--Hurry Sale Positively Closes Saturday, April 22; 11 P. M. P Calico, per yd. 5c Light and Dark Colors Saturday all day, as long as stock lasts, 10 yds to j-p customer, per yd O w IT IS THE GENUINENESS OF THIS SALE THAT APPEALS To people who buy carefully and know good values, when they see them. Load after load of merchandise has been carted into the coun try by people who have come great distances to obtain their share. You'll too, leave this store weighted down with unmatchable bargains just as hundreds have done since opening day. We could write a story about the enthusiastic buyers who daily jam the store. They fairly bubble over with enthusiasm and the good news has spread throughout several counties. , : 1 5c Dress Goods 71c Dress Ginghams in Checks and Plaids, all new Spring Goods, Saturday' 22, all day long, 10 yds to 7 In customer, per yd.;. 2 THE LAST DAYS ROAR WITH BOOMING BARGAINS 1 ; ' ' , : I .-. ' V , I ir- , n bps LflU en'slUnion Suits Checked Nainsook, no sleeve, 0 Knee length 48c en's Plow Shoes Guaranteed Solid Leather, Cap toe, tan only. Final price A HOSE K FOR ., I , MEN ' V J i anc ! M LADIES V '. I Brown and: ' " f Black ; I Y Children's 5c i.fO I J Values to f6.00.,... ixabmais's 11 ra mm imif IIUU ifil ZJ U UXJu Liu UU ZJ t 3 zj u u u . uu u w 1 j 11 v- I I I - I IES' SILK HOSE These Hose are slightly irregu lar, not noticeable, plain and drop stitch, brown ...-2f,firv and black . "F V? Final Price on Ladies' Low Shoes We don't say they are this sea son's styles, but styles are good and all sizes. fi AQ V U A, Vt- W W W T www-- The Commecial, Union City, Tenn. FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1922. HARDWARE MAN SUICIDE. lake Village Citizen Had Been in 111 Health Recently. Helena, Ark., April 17. News was received here last night of the tragic death yesterday afternoon by his own hand of John J. Reeves, at Lake Vil lage, Ark. Mr. Reeves had been in bad health for some time. He was well known in Helena, having re sided here for a number of years be fore going to Lake Village. He leaves a wife, who is a sister of Mrs. C. S. Fitzpatrick, of this city, and two sons, Russell Reeves, of Memphis, and William Reeves, who is attending Greenville Military In stitute. He is also survived by his mother, Mrs. Lizzie Caldwell, and a brother, Sam Reeves, both of whom formerly resided here, and a sifter, Mrs. J. H. McLeod, of New Orlea'ns. He was also a cousin of the late "W. D. Reeves, of this city, and E. L. Reeves, of Texarkana. School Entertainment. C. E. LIVE WIRE SHOCKS. We are requested to announce an entertainment at the High School auditorium to-night, Friday, April 21, at 8 o'clock, by the pupils of the First, Second and Third grades an operetta, entitled: "On Midsummer's Day." You are Invited. Everyone who was not out to Christian Endeavor at tle First Christian Church Sunday evening missed a most interesting meeting. The funeral of the spirit of our past society was conducted by Mr. Irvin Match ette. By this we mean that we will no longer, sit in the middle of the boat, but we will all put more enthusiasm and vigor In our C. E. work and it will Indeed ho n. iiv wirfi in our church. This would have been a very sad occasion but for the fact that immediately fol lowing the funeral of the old spirit, the spirit of our present society and the one that shall last throughout the future was resurrected by Miss Imo gene Jones. And there could have been no more appropriate time for the burial and resurrection . of the spirit of our past society than on this beautiful Easter day. We had an echo meeting of the convention in Newbern, Tenn., and everyone told of how the convention had helped them, and everybody was full of enthusiasm and determina tion to put our society over the top. We all know "Shorty Sez," and all who attended our C. E. meeting Sun day evening know that "Shorty Duz." Shorty says we are going over the top if everybody helps and we are all back of him. Our music was splendidly led Sun day evening by Miss Edith Quinn. We are proud of the showing our Endeavorera made at the eunrise prayer meeting Sunday morning at 6:00 o'clock. There were sixty peo ple present, thirty-four out of the sixty being our faithful Endeavorers, so you see, people, we mean business. We are wide awake all the. time. If you want to go to a real live young people's meeting where every one enjoys a pleasant hour, come to the Christian Church next Sunday evening at 6:30 o'clock. Miss Carrie Schmidt, being leader, will give us an interesting talk on "How to Over come Difficulties." ' CP. Christian Endeavor. ' The C. P. Christian Endeavor held a convention echo meeting last Sun day evening for the benefit of those who did not get to attend the con vention at Newbern. It was really a "convention in miniature," Lan drith Thomas taking the part of Ew ell Reagin, convention chairman, and going through the pVogram as given at the convention. Those who had attended the convention were assigned the parts of the various con vention speakers to give in outline and the miniature convention was very interesting indeed.- Special features of the evening were two Easter readings given by Misses Louise Woodfin and Kathleen Arnold. There were fifty in attendance at the C. E. prayer meeting. The Reds are coming up in the contest. They now stand as follQws: Whites, 252; Reds, 239. ' The Easter music Sunday morning. under the direction of Mrs. W. B. Cunningham, was enjoyed by a large audience of people, who were lavish in their praise of the service. The Junior Endeavor Society is putting on new life since the conven tion. Twenty-four youngsters were present Sunday afternoon and each one was given a little basket of Easter eggs by their superintendent, Miss Pearl White. Have you a child between the ages of six and fourteen who does not belong to a children's society? You do not know what they are missing in religious training. The Junior C. E. Executive Com mittee met Thursday afternoon at 5 o'clock at the homo of the superin tendent, and at 5.30 the entire Junior Society met for a "tacky party." Prizes were given to the tackiest girl and boy. Refreshments conisted of stick candy served In paper sacks W. C. T. U. Program April 28. 9 ' Opening song by Union. Scripture reading by president. ; Prayer (keynote law enforcement,, Rev. Mathis. Recitation, "The-White Ribbon," Ruth Watts. , .. x- V Reading, "Temperance and Mis sions," Miss Arnold. Solo, "Mother's White Ribbon, selected.' ; "Talk, "Open Opposition o Pro hibition," Rev. Cunningham. Committee: Mrs. R. F. Tisdale, chairman; Mrs. . O. Spradlin, Mrs. George Nash.. Easter Luncheon. Among the Easter festivities there was none more enjoyable than the luncheon given at the home of Lu ther D. Patterson last Sunday in honor of his father's sixty-second birthday. The reunion was held at the old . home place of his mother, formerly before marriage- a Miss Roberts. This place is the original place of the Roberts and Patterson families, known now as the Old Rob erts Hill, being one of the first set t'led places in the country, and of prominent people. It is noted for its popularity and is well known by a great number of people. The place is now occupied by. Luther D. Pat terson, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. F.. Pat terson. . The parties who participated: Mr. T. F. Patterson and family, Mr. Alfred Flowers and family, Mr. Bob Hargett and family, Mrs: Ellen McFadden, Mr. George Lee Hurt and family, Mr. I. C. Halliburton and family, Mr. R. E. Stroey and family, Mr. Claude Gaylor and family, Mr. Monroe Patterson, Mr. Jno. Walker and family, Mr. J. Thomas True and family, Mr. Tom True .and family, Mrj Henry Roberts, Mrs. Beulah Dun lap. The total number of people was 52! Besides the luncheon the feature of the evening was an Easter egg hunt for the kiddies and games for the men and conversation by the women, the latter winning by a high score. One Who Was There. - STRENGTH- VITALITY . innniiiPAA A Message to People in Poor Health. Who Want to Be Well. If you ""are In poor health merely from a general run-down condition, get some Gude's Pepto-Mangan ot your druggist and take it with your meals for a few weeks or until , yoa feel right again. 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