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In Dresses, Coat Suits and Coats Will Be Offered Next
Saturday and Monday
This is not the time of the year to cut prices, as the season is just beginning, but we have lately received a beautiful as
sortment of Ladies' and Misses' Dresses and Coat Suits, the handsomest line that has ever been shown around here, there
fore we are cutting the prices on our entire line of Ladies' Keady-to-Wear department for these two days only, fust to give
an opportunity to shown you our handsome line. We have several hundred dresses, suits and coats to select from..
We have them in Serge, Tricotine, Messaline, Taffeta, Crepe de Chine
and Georgette. Prices ranging from $12.50 to $75.00.
We carry a beautiful /selection of Coat ?uits\ Pri??s from $20.00 up to
$75.00. We can positively save you from $10 to $15 on a nice suit.
$22.50 dresses in Serge at._.$15.50
$25.00 dresses in Serge at._.-.$17.50
$29.50 dresses in Serge at-.-.$19.50
$35.00 dresses in Tricotine at._.-.-$22.50
$37.50 dresses in Tricotine at...-....$27.50
$42.50 dresses in Tricotine at.-$32.50
$49.50 dresses in Tricotine at.i-.$35.00
Over 350 waists in Georgette and Crepe de Chine in any
style and color you want.
We carry a beautiful line of Ladies' Shoes in any style $r
shape you want. Prices from $3.50 to $17.50. * - '
$22.50 dresses in Messaline at.$15.00
$25.00 dresses in Messaline at._._...$16.50
$35.00 dresses in Messaline, Taffeta and Georgette at.$22.50
$39.50 dresses in Messaline, Taffeta and Georgette at....$27.50
Seventy-five dresses in Silk Poplin in all colors, $12.50 and
815.00, at ...... . . . $8.50
Several hundred hats are displayed. We carry the most handsome assortment of hats than any other store around here. Visit our millinery
department. We will be more than glad to ohow you around. v
Notice to the People of Edge
Our State is to erect a Memoria
Building in commemoration of th
service rendered by our men an<
women in the World War, and in or
der to raise the quota or allotmen
apportioned to Edgefield County,
publish below a list of officers an(
committees for the accomplishmen
of this purpose.
I appeal most earnestly to the in
dividual representatives of this lis
to unite with me , in this patriotii
endeavor with that degree of zea
and appreciation which patriotisn
and duty demand.
May every man, woman and chile
in our great county invest in th<
construction of this building.
All officers and committees ar<
hereby requested to make prepara
tion and be ready for the DRIV?
which will begin on the 29th of Sep
tember and end on the 11th of ?o
Officers and Committees for Edge
field County and its Sub-divisions
for Conducting Contributions
to Memorial Campaign Fund.
J. H. Cantelou, County Chairman
W. A. Byrd, Chairman for Towi
W. M. Sawyer, Chairman for th(
Town of Johnston.
W. W. Miller, Chairman for th?
Committee on Publicity.
J. C. Sheppard, Chairman; J. Wm
Thurmond, L. Wigfall Cheatham anc
J. L. Mims.
Directors of Collection for Edge
B. B. Jones, J. W. Kemp, W. C
Lynch, T H. Rainsford, A. S. Tomp
kins, W. H. Harling, E. J. Mims
W. A. Strom, L. S. Kernaghan, L. T
May and Dr. J. S. Byrd.
Secretaries of Directors of CoIIec
tion for Edgefield.
Mrs. Leila A. Griffin and Mis
Directors for Johnston: F. S
Bland, H. W. Crouch, J. L. Derrick
V. E. Edwards, H. G. Eidson, G. L
Hardy, J. N. Lott, W. B. Ouzts, W
jW. Rhoden, E. H. Smith, S. J. Wat
?on and H. W. Dobey.
For Harmony: B. R. Smith, H. H
Herlong and B B. Bouknight.
For Philippi: B. T. Boatwright, E.
h. Yonce, G. C. Holmes and A. B.
B For Long Branch: C. M. Rauton,
i L. C Clark and Joe Clark.
For West Edgefield: J. H. Reel
t and R. H. Nicholson.
1 For East Edgefield: A. B. Broad
* water, E. J. Mundy and Joe Smith.
fc Antioch: C. C. Jones, W. F. West,
J. W. Quarles and L. S. Talbert.
I Colliers: Dr. J. N. Crafton, J. L.
I Miller, H. W. McKie, T. M. Adams.
? Flat Rock: G. W. Bussey, Jr., J.
i L. Bailey, 0. 0. Timmerman and T.
I Red Hill: E E. Quarles, R. M.
? Johnson and Rev. J. W. Kesterson.
Oak Grove : T. J. Dorn, Lidie Dorn
- and G. W. Sharpton.
^ Hibler: J.P. Sullivan, G. R. Ma
'* son and J. E. Reynelds.
Talbert: J. W. Morgan, J. D.
Hughey and E. P. Winn.
Cleora: C. M. Williams, P. W.
Cheatham and L. R. Brunson.
Berea: F. L. Byrd, F. C. Watson
and J. B. Minick.
Pleasant Lane: F. L. Timmerman,
S. T. Williams, P. A. Timmerman
* and F. P. Walker. ?
i Limestone: Dr. J. H. Self, M. B.
Byrd and E. B Williams.
? McKendree: J. M. Shaffer, Whit
Harling and James A. Dorn,
? Meeting Street: J. H.vCogburn, J.
F. Payne and J. K. Allen.,
Elmwood: M. B. Hamilton, M. A.
Watson and M. B. Ransom.
I Pickens: L. C. Warren, J. Carrol
Morgan and J. R. Scurry.
Moss: R. A. Wash and P. B.
Wise: S. B. Mays, G. T. Swearin
' gen, F. F. Rainsford and J. N Fair.
Washington: J. W. Johnson, M. A.
' Adams and John G. McKie.
Fork: J. 0. Scott, H. H. Scott, Sr.,
and P. E. Thurmond
Meriwether No. 29: W. H. Briggs,
G. W. Medlock and J. A. Thurmond,
s Meriwether No. 12 : B. T. Lanham
J. W. Mundy and P. B Lanham.
South Meriwether: H. F. Cooper,
R. W. Glover and J. P. Mealing.
* Trenton: J. D. Mathis, Walter W.
, Wise, B. R. Tillman, ?. S. J. Miller,
Frank Bettis, Hoper Moss and j
J. H. CANTELOU,
County Chairman. '
Program Third Division W. M.
U., Clarks Hill, September
Prayer-That our Baptist women
may h<>ar God's call to stewardship,
Mrs. J. J. Grims.
Greetings-Mrs. S. T. Adams.
Response-Mrs. C. L. Harper.
Message from State W. M. U.
Song Message-Miss Gazzie Os
'Items from last year's State Mis
sion report-Mrs. G. C. McDaniel.
How to be an Honor Roll Society,
Mrs J. L. Mims.
Prayer-That South Carolina may
have the will to win Millions for the
Four minute talks on 75-Million
Campaign-Mrs. Mamie N. Tillman
and Mrs. A. B. Carwile.
How the $5,500,000 will help
(c) Baptist Schools.
(d) Aged Ministers.
-Mrs. R. E. Coleman.
Four minute talks on above sub
jects by ladies of third division.
i Collection-Goes to Clarks Hill
Adjourn for dinner.
Sunbeam session-Mrs. Mamie N.
Tillman in charge.
Roll Call -of Sunbeam Bands.
Exercise by Modoc Sunbeams.
Plans for the year-Mrs. Mamie
Roll Call of Y. W. A.'s and G. A.'s
-Mrs. A. B. Carwile.
Plans for the year-Mrs. A. B.
Address-Dr. R. G. Lee, Edgefield
Associational Organizer of 75-Mil
A meeting of the Edgefield
Cotton Growers Association
will be held on next Monday
September 15 at ll o'clock to
hear reports from chairman,
now in attendance upon the
New Orleans Convention. Full
attendance earnestly request
We have opened a large stock of heavy and
fancy groceries in the store formerly occupied
by Mr. J. D. Kemp. Everything is new
and fresh from the jobbers and manufacturers.
We shall appreciate your patronage and will do our
utmost to make it to your interest to trade with us.
We will carry the best of fresh meats at
all times, and will appreciate a share of your busi
ness. Give us a trial. We guarantee satisfaction.
We will appreciate a share of your business.