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Missionary Jubilee Sunday i
Monday December 1 Ot
The missionary societies of
the denominations in Edgef
have been planning for some t
for a celebration of the 50th a
versary of woman's work for i
sions. Arrangements are being ;
fected and on Sunday morning
.ember 10th, the first meeting <
be held at the Baptist church at
usual Sunday morning hour. Tl
jubilee celebrations have been
progress all over the United Sts
during the entire year, and h
been the means of winning h
dredi of women to become enthi
astic workers in the great came
taking the whrld for Christ.
To thia meeting it is expeci
that ev ?ry mission society of ev<
denomination in our county a
Baptist association will send just
many representatives as possible,
that at this season so near the bil
of our Lord we may renew our co'
nant and begin greater activities
give the world a knowledge of t
Saviour. Which society in Edgefii
county will send the largest deleg
tiou on Sunday and Monday?
lt is greatly to be desired th
the societies at large will be prt
eut at every meeting, but if it ii n
convenient to do that, we hope
make each service interesting ai
helpful so that something may 1
gained by those who can only a
Free entertainment will be pr
vided all who will accept of Edg
field's hospitality, and guests , ai
expected Sunday morning. A ll wt
wiso to come are requeated to sec
tn cir names to Mrs. W. ii. Dun
vam, chairman of hospitality con
miuee. Each society ii asked.)
come prepared to make some pledg
to tbe jubilee fund. The followin
is au outline program p of all th
Chorus, 'JO ?&Qtf bast?.''
Missionary sermon; Rev.' N. I
Suugg.i, of^t/'hiua'. ? ' '
oolo, "Doing His will," i?i?
.?iims. / i \ . ;
i ht usual hymus will be sung
ana ii io desired tjiat the misionar.
BO. ..fUfh'aJL,all denominations bot!
in i??^?eJ?,'**ad?dt..? o.^r societie
o? ^BsW^rj5j3^seats'it the morn
? At 3:3?V.^c?ock* " at the Baptis
: rc nu.-ch" mere will be a praise an<
. ' .pr iv er service for missions.
Uevotiunal service, ".Miss Bo
i ii mese song, Mrs. N..L. Snuggs
'''abort talks ea spiritual th?me;
b\ Airs. VV J Hatcher, Mrs. Snuggs
Miss Sallie, May Burton, cor. iee
\V M. C., MissBolick, missionary
of the Methodist church in Hors<
Creek Valley, Deaconess Sands
home missionary of Episcopal
. i horus of young ladies, Thej
that be wise."
Dr. Lander of Brazil will lecture
Monday morning at 10 o'clod
welcome address by Mrs. R. H
Devotional service, Miss Sallie
liawiiau mission work by Deacon
? ess Sands.
Address, "Western women ii
.eastern lands," Mrs. W J Hatcher
At 1:30 luncheon will be provid
ed at the church for all who ar
present. Minister of our county an<
the brethren of the Edgefieh
churches are cordially invited to bj
present at the lunch.
Devotional service, Mrs. M. D
Pledges for jubilee fund whicl
goes for educational work in for
Short conference and five minute
talks by visiting missionaries am
Vocal solo. Miss Tisdale.
Chorus of college girls.
Solo, "Come unto me" Mrs. R C
Address on the great theme o
missions, Dr. H. N. DuBose, pas
tor of St. James Methodist churcl
Chorus ofyoung ladies, "Calling
Chorus of children.
The following committees fron
all denominations have been ap
Lunch: Mrs. J E Hart, Mrs. ?
M Jones, Mrs. B F Zimmerman
Mrs. C E May, Mrs. J A Holland
Mrs. Missouri Lott..
Arrangement of church: Miss Loi
Gary, Miss Mattie Carmichael, M'tsf
Ellen Dunovant, Miss Mamie Gwalt
ney, Mrs. Lovick Minis, Miss Mattie
Finance: Mrs. JG Edwards, Mrs.
J W Peak, Mrs. M P Wells, Mrs.
C A Griffin.
Publicity: Young people's mis
sionarj society, Young Woman**
Music: Mrs. Mamie N Tillman
Mrs. Hallie N Greneker, Mrs. W )'
Calhoun, Miss Marie Abnny.
Hospitality: Mrs. WL Dunovant,
Mrs. B E Nicholson, Mr?. J G Ed
wards, Mrs. W E Lott, Mrs. E H
Folk, Mrs. R A Marsh,' Mrs. N G
Program: Mrs. J L Mims, Mrs
Calhoun, Mrs. Rainsford, Mrs.
Dunovant, Miss Lou Gary, Mrs. M
N Tillman, Mrs. R C Padgett.
Reception committee: Mrs. B
Timmons, Mrs. Walter Adams,
Mrs. W E Lynch, Mrs. W W Ad
I ams, Mrs. W A Hart, Mrs. J H
Allen, Mrs. Julian Strother, Miss
Mary Butler; Mrs. David Strother,
Mrs. D B Hollingsworth, Mrs. J
H Cantelou, Mrs. Allen Samuel,
Miss Sarah Collett.
$2.50 Mertins special hats. Fur
and plain. Write to F. G. MER
T1NS, Augusta, Ga.
$10.00 blue serge, or fancy suite
for boys, all wool $5.50. Write F.
G. MERTINS, Augusta, Ga.
Cotton in Yard and at Planta
I will insure for $40 per bale at
following rates: 6 mos. 16?c per
bala, 4 mos. 17c per bale, 3 mos.
19c per bale.
E. J. Norris.
House and adjoininglot of Sacres near
public square. Orchard,garden,good
well, pasture, barn, buggy house
and other outbuildings. House
piped for acewlyene gas. For fcrioa
and terms apply to W. A. Byrd at
" W. A. Strom,
Pleasant Lane, S. C.
GUNS & PISTOLS
most every kind if they -
are the good kind
J.P. Sauer & Sons
.Repairers of all kinds of guns,
V. A. Hemstrtset & Bro.
Near Ga. R. R. Bank. 655 Broad
I desire to notify my friends that
I am now in Augusta with the large
dry goods firm, Burton-Taylor
Wis? Co., where I shall be pleased
to serve them. When in Augusta do
not fail to call on me. Special atten
tion given to mail orders. Your
patronage will be appreciated.
J. T. Bryan.
Auction Sale at Plum
Having sold my farm, I am going to
move to Greenwood and change my oc
cupation, so I will sell the following
property at auction on Saturday, De
cember the 16th:
All farm tools, including some up-to
Set of shop tools consisting of lathe,
bellows, anvil, 3 hammers, 1 vice, 2
One cook stove, as good as new, to
gether with some household furniture.
One two-horse wagon and harness.
One top buggy and harness.
Two open buggieB and harness.
One horse colt 18 months old, and 3
300 bales of hay, 150 bushels corn
and a few hundred bundles of fodder.
Attend the sale yourself and tell|your
friends about it.
J. B. TIMMERMAN.
Plum Branch, S. C.
All persons are hereby warned
not to hunt or trespass in any man
ner whatsoever upon the lands of
the undersigned. The law will be
enforced to the fullest extent against
Mrs. Emily Johnson,
W. F. West.
Nov. 14th, 1011.
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New Photograph |
= lam now prepared to take pho- =
S tcgraphs of all kinds, and respect- =
= fully solicit the patronage of the |
f people. Special attention given to |
% groups and outdoor work My 4
.fr prices are very reasonable. 4
E Gallery open Tuesday, Wednes- g
= day, Thursday and Saturday from E
= ll till 5 o'clock. I
I NOR RIS BUILDING a
>:<vl >:< 5, i.C a ; a, ZmZ*t Zn I ? < I a : a J ar J a, : -a-1 -a, ;
1 Can 5at;e Fou Money.
We carry a large stock of General Merchan
dise, and not being in town our expenses are
small, consequently we can make very close
When you need heavy groceries or planta
tion supplies or dry goods or shoes come to see
We wish to
to call espec
to our shoes.
and we will
ber ot the
vork or dress
Fruits, nuts, candies aim a und ay goods of all
H J. H. REEL One mile wctt of Edgcfield S
Yan Campa and Camp bill's soups
Canned beans corn okra beets '
English peas rice tomatoes spegghetti durkees
sweet pickets India relish
cream potatoes . celery sait
Turkey cranberry sauce orange marmalade
Bread from Iris-flour
Spanish peppers oliv?? gelatina jello
Fruit cake raisin cake pound cake cocoa
Votan black coffee toothpicks
Frank Mayo cigar,
SNOW FLAKE FLOUR
Prompt Delivery from
May & Prescott
YOU LOOK FOR
Start A BANK ACCOUNT
For Them NOW
Copyright 1909. bT C. E. Zlmwermai C.--NO. 23;
VITE HOPE for better things for
yy our children than we had for
ourselves. We hope to protect
them from adversity. We hope to
shield them from the vicissitudes
of the world: Can we do better
than to tart a bank account for
Bank o?: Edge field
S. J. Kims, Cashier
J. H. Allen, Ast Cashier
Officers W. W. Adams.
r\ . - J. C. Sheppard, W. W. Adams, J. H. Bouknight,Tho8.
JLJireCtOrS H. Rainsford, J. M. Cobb, B. E. Nicholson, A. S.
Tompkins, C. C. Fuller, W. E. Prescott.
The J. Willie Levy Co.
is ready ta fit you out Sir, in Fall Suit, Hat
or overcoat. To the ladies our Womens' Ready
to-wear Dept, presents the latest Parisian and
New York Creations in tailored suits, cloaks,
waists, hand-bags and furnishings.
When in Augusta use our waiting rooms,
make Levy's your headquarters.
Wc take this means of irforming the public that we
have the largest stock of
STOVES, RANGES, HEATERS
and hardware of all kinds that we have ever carried .Also
large stock of table and pocket cutlery, enameled ware,
glassware and crockery. We call the especial attention
ot theol?dies to our beautiful china. Call to see it.
. The farmers should come to iee us for theil plantation
hardware and implements of all kinds. Our prices are
very reasonable. Come to see us.
A C. MOBLEY & SON
JOHNSTON, S. C.
TO our EDGEFIELD FRIENDS
We are ready to serve you. Every department awaits
your inspection. Our buyers made large purchases while
in northern markets, and we are showing unmatchable
values at 8-cents-cotton-prices. Whether it be
Dry Goods, Clothing. Shoes, Millinery
we will not take second place.
We guarantee our styles to be the latest, quality the
bestand prices the most reasonable.
A special invitation is extended to the ladies to visit oui
millinery department. Everything new and np-to-the
When our Edgefield friends come to Augusta they will
make a mistake if they make their purchases before seeing
AUGUSTA BEE HIVE
ABE COHE?T, Prop.
16-318 BROAD WAY
Am prepared to furnish yon in
wholesale or retail quantities, at
prices much reduced.
WHOLESALE AT OLD DEPOT.
RETAIL AT L. E. JACKSON'S
E. S. JOHNSON
Edgefield, S. C.
First Shipment Kentueky
Horses and Mules
We have just received our first shipment of mules
and horses for the season. This stock was bought in
person by Mr. Wilson athis leisure. In the lot you
can find anything you want in driving and saddle
horses, also some good brood mares.- Would like for
yo a to see the gentle ponies suitable for child's usc.
Our mules are decir^diy the best bunch we ever ship
ped. Some extra good large teams among them.