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Record Breaking Prices
For This and Next Week
All these bargains should prove of much interest to. every woman and man who really studies economy,
for there are worth-while savings on every item listed in this ad.
- GEORGETTE DRESSES
25 georgette dresses in white, flesh and blue, values
up to $35.00 at_$12.50
ALL WOOL SERGE
In all the leading shades, $2.75 value at_$1.59
In any color you want. Over 200 waists in the lot. $7.50
and $8.50 waists at___,_$4.50
r SILK SKIRTS
In all the leading shades, $15.50 value at_$8.50
Ten pieces serge 40 inches wide in navy, black and
cream, $2.50 value at_'_$1.29
In wash'satin, white or colors, $22.50 values at $9.50
Silk Poplin, all colors, $2.00 value at_$1.00
Georgettes in all shades, $3.00 value at_$1.48
Voile Waists $1.75 value at _>85c
$1.50 Voile in all beautiful designs, 42. in wide at 49c
Ladies Silk Hose, $5.00 value atv__ '__"$3.25
$2.00 Ladies silk hose black or white at_$1.25
Up to $55.00 at_/_$29.75
These prices cover any men's suit in the store. Suits in
the newest models for men and young men. Good
selection of desirable.patterns and colors.
MEN'S COOL CLOTH SUITS
We only have a few left, in light colors only at $4.75
Every garment is reduced. We have them in serges,
cheviots, worsteds for men and young men. Prices
up to $45.00 at_$23.75
Several hundred pair of men's oxfords'-of the W. L.
Douglas and Dunlap shoes at $2.50 and $3.50 less
their regular price.
Buy your shoes now while you can buy them at almost
half the price. We have any style and kind you
want in ladies oxfords. Prices ranging from $4.00 to
$12.50, but we have cut the prices to almost half as
we do not like to keep anything over for another
Our dearing summer sale ends August 10th, but we are going to eontinue
at the same pri?es until August 17th
R?BENSTEINS DEPARTMENT STORE
Woman's Missionary Union,
Auxiliary to Edgefield As
sedation Tuesday and Wed
nesday, August 24 and 25,
Modoc Baptist Church.
"Woman's Missionary Union Session.
The societies will be seated in
their respective divisions with their
division presidents wearng thsir col
10 o'clock-Called to order by
Mrs. J. L. Mims.
Devotions-Rev. Chas. Wilkinson,
pastor of the church.
Welcome-Member Modoc socie
Response-Mrs. D. B. Hollings
worth, president Edgefield Mission
. Roll call of societies, each dele
gate chosen to represent her society
stating two things, whether they have
met apportionment and if on the
Presentation of the Honor Roll
Annual report of superintendent
of Edgefield association Y/oman's
Missionary Union-Mrs. J. L. Mims.
Chart reports of. the three divi
sion presidenta!-1st I division, Mrs.
W. B. Cogburn, Berea, Bethany,
Bold Spring, Edgefield, Gilgal, Lit
tle Stevens Creek, Mountain Creek.
2nd. division, Mrs. Donald Smith:
Antioch, Hardys, Red Hill, Republi
can, Horn's Creek, Mt. Zion, Tren
ton^ 3rd. division: Mrs. J. M. Bussey:
Clarks Hill, Modoc, ParksviUe, Plum
Branch, Red Oak Grove, Rehoboth.
Report of Mrs. B. L. Mims, chair
man Mission Study.
Woman's Missionary Union Mes
sage-Mrs. Edwin Carpenter, Flor
Greetings from Edgefield Asso
ciation-Mr. 0. Sheppard.
Message from our Missionaries
Mrs. Mamie Tillman.
Song Message-Mrs. Cassells and
Miss Gazzie Osborne, Parksville.
Afternoon Session-Young Woman*!
Devotions-Miss Florence Mims.
Verbal reports from auxiliarie;
and distribution of apportionmen
cards and Standard of Excellei
Presentation of the Honor I
Report of Y. W. A. superint
dent and recommendations-Mrs.
Address by Miss Stearn. M
Steam is from South Africa and 1
been attending the W. M.' U. Tra
ing School in Louisville, Ky., and
said to bring a very effective #m<
sage. She is doing missionary wc
in Augusta/this summer.
Vocal solo-Mrs. Madison Tucki
Report on Training School-M
R. G. Lee.
"Our Training (School"- Mi
Pageant-Red Oak Grove Y. W.
Tuesday Night Session.
Processional of all societies.
Report on Orphanage-Mrs. T
0. Whatley, Margaret Fund-Mi
J. B. Ken?erly.
Sunbeam Exercise and address 1
Dr. R. G. Lee.
Wednesday Morning, Sunbeam Se
Devotional Exercises conduct?
by Sunbeams of Third Division.
1. Lake Sunbeam Song-R<
2. Twenty-Third Psalm-Park
3. Prayer-Plum Branch.
Verbal reports with a song or n
citation from each band.
Presentation of Badges for Hoi
or Roll and Charts.
Report of Sunbeam Associate si
perintendent-Mrs. M. N. Tillman.
1. Mission Study-Miss Agnc
. 2. Devotional exercises and Gi\
ing-Miss Katherine Harris.
3. Story Telling-Miss Florene
Address-Mrs. J. S. Harris.
I R. A. Report-Mrs. E. S, Rives.
R. A. Methods-Mrs. Edwin Cai
Election of Officers.
3 Report on Aged Ministers-Mrs
t Jerome Courtney.
Obituary Report-Mrs. T. B. Cul
Mrs. J. D. Mathis, Jr., Enter
tains at Trenton.
Mrs. Jordan and Mrs. Mattie Jen
nings of Lake City, Fla., who have
been guests of Mrs. J. D. Mathis,
have been the recipients of many so
cial attentions. Last week one of
the loveliest affairs of the summer
was a rook party tendered these
guests at the home of Mrs. J. D.
Mathis, Jr., at which three tables of
guests participated on the lovely
and spacious porch. After the game
most delightful and elaborate re
freshments were served. Trenton
women are adepts at serving and
dispensing gracious hospitality and
it is a joy to be with them on such
The Screen's Daredevil
His Latest Western Thriller
A drama of daredevilry and
romance. Directed by Jacques
20 and 30 Cents
Plus War Tax
Owing to congested shipping con
ditions, shipments of automobiles
and tractors have been unsatisfac
tory since spring, but we have the
promise of a carload of Fordson
Tractors to arrive in time for fall
plowing, and we confidently believe
we shall receive them on time. Now
it is up to the farmers to place their
orders at once in order to secure one
of these labor-saving machines. Or
ders filled as received. You may be
cut out if you wait.
YONCE & MOONEY.
Meeting of Executive Com
A majority of the clubs in the
jcopnty were represented at the
meeting of the executive committee
meeting which was held in the court
house Monday. The managers of the
primary election were selected and
will be ann??nced next week. The
committee, at the request of the
members of Berea church, cancelled
the campaign meeting which had
been announced for that place. The
committee will meet again on Satur
day, August 21, to examine the
club rolls and strike out the name
or names of any person who under
the rules is not entitled to vote, such
action on the' part of the committee
is required by the rules.
Death of Mrs. Cornelia Brun
The many friends in Edgefielc
county who knew Mrs. Cornelia
Brunson Cothran will be pained tc
hear of her death at her home in Ab.
beville July 31. Mrs. Cothran wa;
familiarly known in Edgefield ai
Neal Brunson, who married Mr
Wade L. Cothran of Abbeville.
Mrs. Cothran had been in failinj
health for r ->re than a year and he;
death was not unexpected. She i
survived by one son, James S. Coth
ran and a daughter, Miss Margare
Cothran, both of Greenville and Mn
Susan B. Hill of Edgefield, a hal
sister and brother, Mrs. Wallac
Tompkins and Artemus Brunson o
The funeral was conducted at he
residence and the interment too
place at Long Cane cemetery.
THE FARMERS BANK
OF EDGEFIELD, S. C.
Capital and Surplus Profits - - - $190,000.00
Total Resources Over.$800,000.00
SAFETY AND SERVICE IS WHAT WE
OFFER TO THE PUBLIC
Open your account with us for the year 1920. Invest your
savings in one of our Interest Bearing Certificates of
Lock boxes for rent in which to keep your valuable pa
All business matters referred to us pleasantly and carefully
handled. We Solicit Your Business.
Don't Have Your Car Lay
Up in the Paint Shop
There's no need to be without your
car so long if it needs painting. Not
a bit of it. Just let our Paint, Top
and Upholstery Department paint
it for you.
They will do a good job, too. Folks
will think you've got a new car
when you go for your next spin it in.
Ask Hr. C. F. Brooks to tell you
about our paint jobs-he knows.
"Guaranteed By Gibbes"
Write Us or Phone L. D. 9935
Gibbes Machinery Co.
Paint, Top and Upholstery Department
COLUMBIA, S. C.