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Sale Positively Closes Saturday, April 22; 11 P. M.
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Calico, per yd. 5c
Light and Dark Colors
Saturday all day, as long as
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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
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Final Price on Ladies' Low Shoes
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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. -
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