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Anna Timmerman to the platform
who recited "If you were I and I
were you." Miss Ida Timmerman is
leader of this society.
Miss Inez McDonald responded
for Bethany, the leader being Mrs.
E. L. Hollingsworth.
Little Mamie Witt sang ''Face to
Face" when Bold Spring was called
and Miss Florence Callison respond
ed as leader of the band.
Little Martha Thurmond made a
charming report from the Edgefield
band and invited all the children to
come to Edgefield and attend some
of Miss , Gladys Lyon's interesting
Hardy's was represented by the
leader, Mrs. Walter Stevens, and the
report made by Anna Cater, a tiny
little lady from that society.
Little Stevens Creek made their
report through Miss Elizabeth Block
er and Mt. Zion was represented by
Miss Marie Padgett, their leader.
Miss Eva Agner made the report
from Red Oak Grove.
When Trenton was called arid
Miss Ruth Salter was announced as !
leader of this band, Mrs. Pritchard I,
rose and asked the prayers of the j
women for Miss Salter. Dr. Lee led j
in a prayer for her speedy recovery. I
The honor roll bands are Edge- i
field, Miss Gladys Lyon, leader;1
Bethany, Mrs. E. L. Hollingsworth;^
Republican, Mrs. W. G. Wells and 1
Red Oak Grove, Miss Kathleen Ken-1 ^
rick. The bands were presented with
the badges by Mr. 0. Sheppard and j
the banner to society making largest ,
gifts after reaching the standard of ,
excellence went to Bethany and was
presented to the leader, Mrs. E. L. j
Hollingsworth, by Mrs. J. L. Mims. |(
Miss Florence Mims gave an orig- j
inal story about the rainbow to the
children and the rainbow charts dis- ;^
tributed by the superintendent. Mrs ^
Tillman presided over the meeting. I.
Just before Mrs. Tillman made .
her report John Nixon and Carolyn ,
Dorn sang a duet very sweetly. I,
A lovely scene was little Maizie
Kemp dressed as a trained nurse at j
the Baptist Hospital standing by a ?
white bed, representing the Lucile '
Chapman bed and brie told how this '
bed was a memorial to little Ltfcile,
the dear little daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Chapman. !
Mr. W. H. Nixon of Connie Max-;
well Orphanage was present, having',
brought from the Orphanage a group
of dear little girls and boys as fol-',
lows: Pearl Geddings, Tempie Wood-'
son, Ethel 'Pack, Norma and Juanita
McCown, Naomi Ludlom, Paul Bees, '
Towns and Page Price. All of these ^
came to the platform and were in
troduced, Mr. Nixon making a few,
Mr. Orlando Sheppard was intro
duced and made a very pleasing im- .
pression and gave great encourage
ment to the women in a talk, "The ^
Woman's Missionary Union as I see
A paper on Morris College prepar- ^
ed by Mrs. S. T. Adams was read by
Mrs. Henry Medlock and the report
on Personal Service prepared by j
Mrs. W. G. Wells, was read by !^
Mrs. Walter Stevens. ij
The recess hour was spent at the |.
dinner around a bountiful boai'd j
where friend met friend in delight- ?
ful conversation and consultation
over the work nearest our hearts.
Miss Lena Stevens, president o' the
society had done most of the prep
aration for entertainment in the !
union by correspondence, as her j
dear mother, Mrs. Ida Stevens, has
been ill for some time and during j
the year she had lost a much loved I
brother. After the meeting, Mrs. j
Stevens remarked that the delegates 1
who had been guests in her home
had almost cured her, they had
cheered her so. These same dele- j
gates said to the writer that they ,
were so glad they had staid in Mrs.
Stevens' home as it had been such a
joy and "you know," they said, J
''they were kinfolks of dear Mrs. j
Mary Wates." Edgefield Wotoian's,
Missionary Union has a great heri
tage in these noble souls who have
passed on before and whose example
on earth we may do well to emu
The dinners on both days were
abundant and well selected and pre
pared, and enjoyed by everybody.
The last afternoon session was ?
called to order and the report on
Margaret Fund made by Mrs. Wal
ter Stevens, and Aged Ministers by
Mrs. W. 0. Whatley of Republican.
Mrs. Whatley was introduced by the
superintendent as the leader of a
Mission Sunday School and also of
the Girls' Auxiliary of Republican
church. Mrs. Whatley made a fine
report and has always been one of
the best workers in our W. M. U. ac
The invitation having come from
the president of Modoc society, Mrs.
G C. McDaniel and from president
of the third division, Mrs. J. M. Bus
sey, that our next associational meet
ing take place at Modoc, it was an
nounced that this would be our next
place of meeting the last week in
Rev. W. H. Cannada was called
to the platform the family including
his lovely daughters, Edith and Nel
lie, having been introduced in the
Mr. Cannada made a good talk on
Edisto Academy, after which pledges
amounting to $150 were taken to
furnish dormitory rooms in the new
building in course of erection, each
room to cost $60. The societies not
present, we are sure, will make up
the "deficit and enable us to furnish
three rooms at Edisto this year.
Dr. R. G. Lee of Edgefield, asso
ciational organizer of the 75 Million
Campaign made a most stirring and
eloquent. appeal to \he women and
all present to do their part in this
stupendous undertaking. What he
said will be finding fruit in the gifts
of our women this year.
The women appreciated his pres
ence and interest throughout both
days of the meeting.
Rev. C. G. Wells of Mountain
Creek who has been interested in
Woman's work ever since he came
into the association, and who had
been with us for the day, was the
jnly other minister present as the
ather pastors were in meetings. Mr.
Wells was therefore the only one
:alled upon for a ten minute talk,
tvhich he did very graciously. His
presence was also highly appreciat
Officers were elected as follows:
Superintendent, Mrs. J. L. Mims;
Secretary, Mrs. Prescott Lyon of
Antioch; Treasurer, Miss Kellar
Fair, Edgefield; Chairman Mission
Study, Mrs. B. L. Mims, Edgefield;
First division president, Mrs. W. B.
Dogburn, Edgefield; Second division
president, Mrs. donald Smith, An
;ioch; Third division president, Mrs.
T. M. Bussey, Parksville. Snperin-1
:endent Sunbeam Societies, Mrs.
Mamie Tillman; Young Woman's
ind Girls' Auxiliaries and Royal
Ambassadors, Mrs. A. B. Carwile,
The meeting adjourned with pray
er by Dr. R. G. Lee after resolutions
)f thanks had been read by Mrs. Ma
nie Tillman, Mrs. W. 0. Whatley
ind Mrs. H. F. Cooper being the
?ther members of the committee.
Altogether this was the best meeti
ng ever held in the association not
withstanding the many hindrances
n the way of the work during the
>ast year. . .
Mr. J. K. Allen acted for the hos
)itality committee and made the an
?ouncements for the dinner hour
ind for those who staid over night.
One of the most impressive parts
>f the program was when Mrs. Fizer
:alled on those present to say why
hey believed in the 75 Million Cam
jaign. Many women arose and gave
heir reasons for believing in it and
nany who did not speak arose to
heir feet. As many lifted their
?earts and voices in sentence pray
;rs for the success of the work and
reparation of the workers.
Since the meeting at Stevens
2reek, one society has written us to
mrry in getting an organizer for
hat church as the women are pray
MRS. J. L. MIMS.
It is Safe
"Never again," says" E
the postoffice with a double
and his head done up in a pl
"Never again will yoi
street with a pocket full of
money but the hold-up gui
The bank ia the safest, mc
sensible place to keep mc
and risk life and limb by ca
son. Put your money in th?
The Bank of
Oil Mills, Ginneries
It would certainly pay you
gine on wheels, and you have nc
would give you. Write us fo
handie hand extinguishers.
823 West Gervais S
RED OAK GROVE
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Mr. Courtland Lamb has returned
to Atlanta after a pleasant vacation
with his father, Mr. T. W. Lamb.
Messrs. James Hamilton and Press
Doolittle have acted more wisely
than the "Arkansas Traveller."
They have put new roofs on their
Mr. Bill Johnson has painted the
new residence of Mr. D. C. Bussey
and also Mr. Oscar Timmerman.
Mr Jeff Sharpton and his pretty
and interesting sister, Miss Sunie
were among the representatives
from Red Oak Grove at Stevens
Creek last week.
Mr. Clyde Clegg was the guest of
Miss Kathleen Kenrick last Monday.
For Sale at Auction.
The undersigned will sell at auc
tion to the highest bidder at ll a. m.,
the first Monday in October, the
buildings, stalls, fence and all im
provements on the Edgefield county
fair grounds. This will afford persons
who contemplate erecting barns, ten
ant houses, garages; etc., an \>ppor
tunity to secure first-class second
hand material at a reasonable price.
The right is reserved to reject any
and all bids. Terms, cash. i
J. R. Cantelou,
J. G. Tompkins,
Sec. ?nd Treas.
We have already ?received 250
dresses in silks, serges, tricotine, in
all colors. Prices from $10 up to
$59. It will pay you to look through
our line of dresses before you buy
and you will find a saving from $10
to $15 on your nice dress.
The Bset Advertisement.
I The best advertisement any mer
chant can have is a satisfied cus
tomer. No greater recommendation
can be given an article than the fol
lowing by E. B. Milburn, Prop.,
Guion Drug Store, Guion, Ark. "We
have sold Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy for years and have always found
that it gives perfect satisfaction."
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Edgefield
By W. T. Kinnaird, Esquire, Probate
WHEREAS, Frank L. Rearden of
above County and State made suit
to me, to grant him Letters of Ad
ministration of and effects of John
L. Rearden, late of said County and
These Are Therefore to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and Creditors of the said John
L. Rearden deceased, that they be
and appear before me, in the Court
of Probate, to be held at Edgefield,
South Carolina in my office on 19th
day of September, 1919 next after
publication thereof, at ll o'clock in
the forenoon, to show cause, if any
they have, why the said Administra
tion should not be granted.
GIVEN under my Hand,-this 2nd
day of September Anno Domini,
W. T. KINNAIRD,
J. P., E. C., S. C.
lill Guff, as he walked into
jointed limp in his left leg
aster of paris cast.
j catch me out in a dark
coin. I not only lost my
ts liked to croaked me."
ist convenient, logical and
?ney. Don't tempt things,
rrying funds on your per
Trenton, S. C.
i and Small Towns
to have a small Chemical En
. idea how much protection this
?r circulars and prices. Also
lt., Columbia, S. C.
NEW FALL MERCHANDISE
Every department of our store is rapidly filling up with
fall goods. While in New York we personally selected a
very large stock, and many of these goods hav? arrived
and others are coming in every day. We invite the peo
ple to come in and see the early season's offerings.
We especially invite the ladies to see our beautiful stock
of ready-to-wear dresses. We have given especial atten
tion to this department this season, and feel satisfied that
we can please the ladies of Edgefield in quality, style and
price. Come in to see us and let us show these pretty
Orders were placed in the spring, before the advance in price,
for a large stock of the celebrated CROSSETT and SELZ
SCHWAB shoes for boys and men.
These shoes have arrived, and we invite you to come in and
let us show you the fall footwear in all the popular leathers
on lasts of the latest style.
It will be a pleasure to show
you whether you
buy or not
DORN & MINIS