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Get Your Fall
at Old-Tiriie Prices
This is what what you have been wishing for for the last five years-for LOWER prices in merchandise. Read
our few extra specials we are offering this week, then come to our store and you will find a -great big stock
of brand-new merchandise at1 half of the price that you use to pay.
350 Men's Suits
All this season's goods. You will find them in blue
and brown serge, black tibet and all other grades,
prices ranging from $45, $49, $55 and $59.
250 Boys" Suits
Sizes 8 to 18. Well made. Strictly all wool.
Real value $20.00 to $29.50.
at . . . .
150 SILK DRESSES. Prices ranging $15 to $65, at
HALF of the PRICE
'120 Ladies' Coat Suits in all ;vvool.
Tricotine, Serges and French Serge.
Any size and shade you want. Beal
values $19.50 and $59.50.
at . . .
Fifty pieces of solid colored Outing, best quality.
Real vaiue 42? ?P*1
cents at ?* ?-Ce
Children's Middy Dresses- "\l
In wool serge, sizes 6 to 15. Real value $16.50 and >
Your choice djA f A
at... . $y,ou
CHILDREN'S MIDDY SUITS-Sizes 8 to 15.' Well
made. . .
Real value $18.50 (JJ
Remember that we carry everything to wear. It doesn't matter what you
need, if it's anything to wear, you find it here for less money than elsewhere.
Program Fifth Sunday Union
Meeting October 30th and
31st, Rocky Creek Church.
10:30 Devotional, Rev. W. P.
10:45 Reports from the churches.
11:00 Is the church doing its duty
toward the unenlisted and needy?
Rev. T. H. Posey.
11:15 Some practical ways hy
which the church can help the needy
and unenlisted-P. N. Lott.
11:30 Address on Stewardship-N
Rev. A. C. Baker.
12:15 Miscellaneous business.
2:00 p. m. Devotional, S. B. Saw
2:15 Christianity-The need and
the hope of the world, Rev. H. L.
2:45 Miscellaneous business and
10:00 a. m. Sunday school.
11:15 Sermon, Dr. W. T. Derieux.
12:30 Miscellaneous business and
2:00 p. m. Devotional, Rev. J. S.
2:15 Meeting our Campaign
(1) The importance of meeting
our Seventy-five, Million Campaign
pledges, S. J. Watson.
(2) What it would mean to fail,
G. W. Scott. \
(3) What it would mean to suc
ceed, W. M. DuBose.
(4) What it will take to suc
ceed, W. M. Sawyer.
3:15 Miscellaneous business and
First Division to Hold Union
The union meeting of the first di
vision will be held at Little Stevens
Creek church Saturday and Sunday,
October 30th and 31st, 1920.
Saturday ll a. m.-Devotional
service, W. P. Brooke.
ll to 11:45 a. m.-Verbal reports
11:45 a. m.-What should be the
attitude of the church toward mem
bers who do not attend services nor
contribute to the support of the
church?-A. S. Tompkins, R. A.
12:15 p. m.-Should the church
member at any time be justifiable
in refusing the Lord's supper?-J.
:H. Cantelou, W. G. Wells.
1:00 p. m.-Adjournment.
2 p. m.-What should be the plan
of discipline toward church members
?when they do not speak to each
other?-Rev. Hunnicutt, M. G. Clo er.
2:30-p. m.-Is it right for the
church member to attend the average
moving picture s'iow and play cards?
-P. B. Lanham, W. W. Fuller.
Sunday 10:30 a. m.-Sunday
11:30 a. m.-Missionary sermon
Dr. R. G. Lee.
12:30 p. m.-Adjournment.
2:00 p. m.-What are the best
methods to produce better attend
ance and more interest in the Sun
day school?-Douglas Timmerman,
W. B. Cogburn and 0. Sheppard.
Union Meeting of the Second
The union meeting of the Second
Division will meet with Red Hill
church on the 30th and 31st of Oc
tober, 1920 at 10:30 o'clock.
Deyotonal services by Moderator.
Report from churches.
Discussion of subjects
1st. The importance of our
country churches in the work of the
Kingdom; how they oan be made
j S. B. Mays.
V M. W. Carpenter.
2nd. What are the benefits of
systematic and regular giving to the
support of the church and benevo
lences? What are the arguments in
favor of tithing?
G. W. Medlock.
Rev. W. R. Barnes.
3rd. Is our greater task th?* col
lection of the amounts already pledg
ed or the enlistment of those who
have not already pledged?
L. R. Branson.
4th. What are some of the out
standing duties of Christian citizens
at this, time?
5th. What of the new interest in
foreign missions since the opening of
the mission fields in Central Europe?
Dr. C. E. Burts.
Dr. W. G. Derieux
6th The need of our denomination
al paper going into every home. How
cari this need be best met? Should
the denomination own the paper?
P. B. Lanham.
W. R. Barnes.
Oth?r services will be provided
P. B. LANHAM,
Georgia Grown Cabbage
Will grow very fine heads set this
month in your section. Early Jersey
and Charleston Wakefield, Flat
Dutch. Express $2.00 per thousand,
prepaid mail 300, $1.00; 500, 1.50;
1,000, 2.50. Georgia Whitehead and
Buncombe collards same price.
A Rose Dream to be given in the
Opera House instead of the school
on account of the large number in
the play. Don't forget, Monday, Oe-*
tober ' 25, 8 o'clock. Admission 25
and 35 cents. I
Union Meeting of Third Divi
sion at Red Oak Grove.
10 a. m.-Organization.
Reports from church delegates.
Introductory sermon by Rev G.
Discussion Subject-That Charity
Paul prized above all other graces:
1 Cor. 13:13-Dr. W. T. Blackville,
J. C. Harvley.
Discussion Subject-The 75-Mil
lion Drive: its benefits and success
and the importance of keeping its
merits before the churches as new
members come in and will want to
have part in it.-Rev. Kugley and
Missionary sermon-Rev. Kugley.
Sunday school mass meeting ad
dressed by H.E.. Bunch and J. D.
Rev. G. W. BUSSEY,
Petit Jury First Week Civil
Elisha Hammond, Colliers.
L. C. Eidson, Shaw.
J. R. Scurry, Pickens.
Charley Holmes, Ward.
L. J. Rutland, Ward.
W. M. Ransom, Elmwood.
W. M. Rauton, Ward.
0. A. Kinnaird, Pickens.
J. W. Bryan, Shaw.
L. M. Stevens, Elmwood.
R. D. Seigler, Talbert.
S. E. Posey, Trenton.
C. P .Bailey, Collins.
G. R. Mayson, Talbert.
Y. L. Hite, Ward.
Mike Hair, Ward.
M. A. Walker, Edgefield.
R. D. Turner, Johnston.
L. G. Mitchell, Pickens.
W. S. Marsh, Trenton.
J. M. Mathis, Collins.
W. A .Pardue, Shaw.
T. F. Lybrand, Ward.
William 'Stevens, Elmwood.
G. C. Hamilton, Elmwood.
J. F. Logue, Elmwood.
C. H. Key, Edgefield.
Henry Seigler, Moss. ,
W. D. Hazel, Johnston. ,
E. 3. Johnson, Edgefield.
- G. M. Faulkner, Pickens.
D. J. LaGrone, Edgefield.
W. W. Fowler, Moss.
James Powell, Edgefield.
G. T. Walker, Pickens.
J. E. Clark, Ward.
The Grand Jury need not appear
in court on Monday, October 25th,
as there will be no criminal court.
' All Petit Jurors summoned to re
port for jury duty on October 25th
are requested to be present as the
court of common pleas will convene
on that day.
W. B. COGBURN,
Clerk of Court. '?
?'"<J?>," Improve. Yoqr Digestion.
' If you have weak digestion eat
sparingly of meats, let at least five
hours elapse between meals, eat noth
ing between meals. Drink an .abun
dance of water. Take one of Cham
berlain's Tablets immediately after
supper. Do this and you will im
prove your digestion.
Edgefield farmers ar
conditions and enforcei
situation new machiner;
have used a tractor on t
can break your ground
You can ?
Ask Edgefield farm?
gasoline, making their c
We also have I
Just the implemen
You do not have to
Tractors. We have th
us talk it over with you
A good negro man and family, al
so a young negro man to do impor
tant work in peach orchards and
. Comfortable home with garden.
Good wage3 and advantageous crop
e face to face with entirely ne
i crop diversification. In ord?
yx labor-saving machinery, mu
he farm declare that nothing <
and harrow it with one operatic
saw wood or operate
m 8-16 International
?rs who are using them. They
)isc Plows, Harrows
ts that are needed for putting
wait weeks after placing your c
e 8-16 tractors now ready forde
ping arrangements. Church and
school in sight.
, W. M. ROWLAND,
Meriwether," S. C.
Melrose Orchards and Plantation.
w conditions-new labor
5r to cope with' the new
ist be used. Those who
can take its place. You
a saw mill
burn kerosene instead of
and Grain Drills
in a large grain crop.
>rder for an International
?livery. Come in and let