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THE COLUMBIA HERALD FRIDAY, MAY a8, 1920
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Realizing that the Farmers of this section are behind with their crops and that conditions are not fa
vorable for them this year and the high cost of living steadify increasing, and as we have always considered
our customers welfare above all else, we have decided to put a 20 reduction on all Suits for Cash.
This sale started WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 26, and will continue until Monday June 7th, making'
Come in select your suit and deduct 20s from the price
Our goods are marked in plain figures,
marked on the sleeve.
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TOM! Wm
$75.00
$65.00
$60.00
$50.00
$45.00
$40.00
$35.00
Suits
20 off
Suits
20 off
Suits
20 off
Suits
20 off
Suits
20 off
Suits
20 off
Suits
20 off
$60.00
$52.00
$4800
$40.00
834,00
$32.00
$28.00
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'One lot small size Palm Beach Silits
20 OFF oln all Straw Hats
20 OFF on all JOHN B. STETSON Hats
Checked Dimity Knee Length Union Suits 20 OFF
One lot Pure Silk Half Hose
Choice BSTh
Per Pair U'S
en's Shoes at de
duction
One lot of Men's Black and Tan Ox
fords worth $10, in this sale at . . . , . . ,
One lot of Black and Tan Oxfords
worth $8, in thisale at. . . . ....
Men's Pin Checked Pant?, 20 Off in
$5,00
this sale
$4,00
$2.00
Heavy Blue Work Shirts 20 Off iri
this sale. . . V. . . . . . . .'. . ........ . .
$1.25
Overalls
For the man who has to wear Overalls
( Not oyer 2 pair 3, customet )
$2.25 a pqir
Men's Khaki Pants worth $2 75 a pair
" in this sale
$1.69
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We Are The Fiirs4 to dme to Yyir MsiSl4iHi
As we are always FIRST with the newest styles. Only one condition EVERY SALE MUST BE CASH
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Everything Advertised For This Special Sate CASH-
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ROAD MUDDLE
I SINGLE TOPIC
5 OF DISCUSSION
ADVOCATES OF PERMANENT
HIGHWAYS ARE NOT DlSCOUR
AGED BY COURT'S ACTION.
LAWYERS MUST SOLVE TANGLE
Ins? to contract sisnod between ' tbu
Knoxville Construction Company and
the SUito Highway Hoard; tliat tho
contrattor has expcutcd bond and
Kono to work. Under the resolution
of the county court Monday Judga
V liitthoriio can pay for -the road only
at the! rate or $l,ot0 a mile for tin
county's iuirt.
lint (ho claim is' made that the coun
ty has entered into h binding contract
and nuiKt pay its one-third of the cost create such a
up to SL'un.tiiHi the amount of th? tiu reads that the
thorized bond if sue. It s E"norally
forecast id that liti-Jtiuii folio;?
; tlie action of the ourt, that rsarj-
lva of vhiit may be the varied con-
If State Commission Duilds the Spring :
.... Hill Road the Others Are Absolutely j strnctior.s placed on the court ' action
Sure to Come in Opinion of Good j lawsuits will come. Judse Whittboins
Reads Advocates. J at,d County Attorney Hugh Todd Khel-
ton are pivins the clotiWt i.nd most
j pain:dal;ing study to the resolution,
j which rrany claim is: for.irwhat ani-
bigui;!is and contradictory. Neither is
V tFrom Tues layl's Paily 1 lei aid.)
."""Whore are m at?" That is tho
fiurstion that the f lks. wer? asking
all Monday uftcrn.'on and that lb?.
sr s ticking today c(: ccsnt'; the roa I
; it.-.i( t.' No one o-.ri answer this
rn-st;oii di finitely further than to sav
tk.it oveiy one k 'up in the v'.r." Ti;at
h the only MUe and certain th'n.
- Ctiaiman lloi'so has Uerhn-ed em
iih.itlonlly that the road from Hprin
I lill to Columbia win bo built accord-
the otlier hand many insist (bat tbo
court can be mandamused to pay over
the funds and issue sufficient bonds t;
pay its thiid of the highway cost.
Those of course are legal propositions
and probably will be finally settled in
the courts.
One tbinfc everyone is agreed on an.l
that is i? the state highway commis
sion should actually complete the con
tract on the Spring Hill road it will
sentiment for pool
eople will demand tin
builders of others. One of the strong- j
est advocates rt permanent roads in j
th; county sumiv.ed it up this way: .
"1 don't think we have really lost j
anything. The state commission will
hold the county to its contract and j
bi'ild the Spring Hill mad. Hefore j
that road is half finished the people j
wJl be up in arms demanding Cie !
completion of the? original project t3
the Oiies and Iviwrer.ee county linos
is no use in being discouraged. Thi8
vote was the result of resentment undi
misunderstanding.
GOOD PROGRAM FOR
GRAHAM HIGH SCHOOL
A splendid program baa been pro
pared for the close of the Graham
High School. On Friday evening at 8
o'clock p. m. tlui following program
will be rendered: .
Dialogue The Scarecrow.
PLino Solo James Fitzgerald.
Dialogue Mr. Call.
Piano Solo Grace Greenfield.
Play The Sick Doll.
Monologue, Aunt Susan's Troubles
on the Farm Agnes Hoover.
Play Jumbo Jim.
Cast of Characters: Mr. Gobble-tun,
Carter A. Keiit.pdy; Mrs. GobMeton
ready to express an opinion on ortain Tho s,at, commission, would not btii'd Lucy Stanfill; Henry Mervill. Vannio
nuiotel ourbti"".!.
j It is claiiuerl that l:c:iuo tlia lonn
j ty has only actually sold J''..",o.it) of
'.hem all at one time any way. so thai j Stanfill; Miss Adelaide, Huth Hooor;
wt will r.et what we originally plan- ; Mr. Cheatham, Gonvlde Greenfield:
veil to fet without any delay. Mark! Jumbo, John Wilov; Ilanr.ah. Ln."i;i
Tx nds .t c-anuot pay more than that ny r rediction a half a dozen niomb;rs j LovcmI.
COURT'S ACTION
WILL HOT STOP
HIGHWAY WORK
to eland for any loss. If the work i?
going to be stopped by injunction then
we are not only going to get pay for
what we have had shipped here, but
we are going to get pay for our troub
le as well, and if there are those who
doubt it let them go up against, the
proposition -and Ece where the -;ounty
w.ll land."
ADDITIONAL SUPPLIES ARRIVE!
in discussing the matter with a re
porter Mr. Watts did not appw.r to
have the slish'.est uneasincs? con
cerning the continuance of the work in
this county. He feels confident that
the construction of this highway will
- j continue without interruption. lie
"We don't recognize the county ai. j paid that he was not looking to Maury
faith, and have had many car loads
of material and road building equip
ment purchased and shipped to us at
an expense of thousands and thous
ands of dollars, and we are not g iing. ditlon tf road equipment purchased
tlonal supplies and equipment
are now enroute to Columbia, and
upon arrival here will bo taken , in
trucks to the scene of action. In od-
OFFICIAL OF KNOXVILLE CON
STRUCTION CO, SAYS OPER
ATIONS WILL CONTINUE.
Headquarters Established in Masonic
Building and VVork Will Be Direct
ed From This End Of Line Local
Hardware Dealers Busy.
i.mcb on the contract rveii If it is held
to it and that bond buye-s we.u'.l nit
buy any r.ioro of tho bond In tho face
bo voted Monday for the i'ncl s'l
re-olulion will veto in lor.s than a year
for additional bond for permanent
of the court's action cn Monday. On i highways. Just watch and sec. There
Dialogue, Coon Creek Courtship.
Characters: .lohnie Overall. Goorgo
l.ovell; Sadie Grifdstono, I.tteile Delk.
Negro, Quartet. , i
all in this road building proposition,
and are going right ahead with bur
work just as if the county court bad
not repud. uted the contract awarded
bv this groat state," is the Fubsrancp
of a statement by K. Watts, official
UI till. rVUVAIIIIC I. Ul llllii
pany. made to a representative of
The Herald" Tuesday.
Mr. Watts said Ve- ente
this contract with the state
county for his money, but it was to
the state he was looking, and that the
state was looking to Maury emutty,
and that he felt sure the slate would
be able to take care of herself against
the action of a majority of the court
Offices of the construction company
will be established in tbo Ma-iouie
Columbia headquar-
lie directed.
Tuesday that addi
tive if ; will be established
i building, and from C
rod! into I 'f!" ho work will 1
inftoodj Mr, Watts said 1
elsewhere, large quantities of supplies
and material are being purchased right
here in Columbia for local hardware
dealers.
NO FURTHER SUITS
- BROUGHT ON BANK
No further suits have been filed In
ircult court against the Farmers &
.Merchants Bank of Mt. Pleasant by
customers of that institution who
were victimized by yeggmcn, who sev
eral weeks ago blew the vault and es
caped with something over 30,000 in
Libefty Bonds and other securities.
A lew days ago. customers who were
robbed, instituted suits amounting to
more tlian $lfi,0o0 to recover from tho
bank the amount of valuables lost in
the robbery, and at that time it was
stated that additional suits would be
Instituted later, but up until this time
action has failed to materialize.

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