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GOODS AT HALF PRICE
Now is your opportunity to buy dependable merchandise at and below the old prices. Everything in our
store has been reduced to half price through December 24.
Men's and Boys' Suits, Overcoats, Rain Coats, Rubber Coats
Overalls, Shoes, Hats, Caps* Shirts, Underwear, Neckwear
Gloves, Hosiery, Suspend?is, Suit Cases, Traveling Bags
$50 00 Suits now_$25.00 $45.00 Overcoats i- _$22.50 $15.00 Shoes-__ - --$7.50
$40*00 Suits now_$20.00 $40.00 Overcoats_$20.00 $12.00 Shoes-__,-$6.00
$30*00 Suits now_-_$15.00 $30.00 Overcoats_$15.00 $ 8.00 Shoes-J-_ __ $4.00
$7.50 Shirts_1_$3.75 $10.00 Hats_$5.00
$5.00. Shirts _I_'.- - $2.50 $8.00 Hats_-$4.00
$3.50 Shirts_-_- - $1.75 $5.00 Hats_$2.50
' $2.00 Shirts_,_$1.00 $4.00 Hats_-- $2.00
Your selections made easy at our store, and,
too, everything at HALF Price. You can't af
ford to miss this opportunity, Tell your friends.
To Christmas Shoppers: at HALF, pr^ YOU mt ?
Nothing Charged at These Prices
DORN & MIMS
League of Nations Now Livii
Geneva, Dec. 18 (By the Ass
ciated Press).-The first meeting
the assembly of the league of n
tions closed this evening 'n a bur
?of eloquence after passing throuj
one of the fullest days of its exi
tence in a rather agitated and not z
ways clear debate.
In farewell speeches, Paul H
mans, president of the assembly ar
Dr. Guiseppe Motta, president <
Switzerland, told the delegates tl
first assembly had proved the leagi
was a living organism and a succ?s
The opinion expressed by the deb
gates who have participated most ai
tively in the work of the assembly i
that it has done all that could be e?
pected of it, if not more.
A number of pet projects have me
with disaster; yet there are few i
any, delegates who remained for th
entire assembly that wlil leave dis
satisfied with the work of that bodj
The final day was marked by an
other encounter between the Eng
lish delegation and the representa
tives of the British dominion, Lori
A Robert Cecil acting for South Ameri
' . ca and C. J. Doherty for Canada.
Information Held Back.
Lord Robert Cecil and Mr. Doher
ty criticized the council for holding
back information about mandate:
and supported the recommendation;
of the mandates committee the mosl
important of which wftre that the as.
sembly express the opinion that th?
resources of the territories undei
mandate should not be exploited bj
the mandatories for their own profit
or for the profit of the allies and that
the recruiting of troops should not
be allowed in such territories.
The recommendations were adopt
ed unanimously, Mr. Balfour ?content
ing himself by saying they would
have no effect, instead of voting
Esperanto fell a victim to a sharp
assault by Gabriel Hanotaux when
the committee reported in favor of
an expression by the assembly with
the object of encouraging the general
teaching of Esperanto in the public
schools and with a view to making it
eventually an international language
* and the language of the league. Af
ter a debate the assembly voted
against the proposal.
M. Hymans in his closing speech,
?dwelt upon the fact that the session
ai the assembly demonstrated to all
the value of the league; of nations.
'"The league has developed a coi
sciousn?ss," he said "and now r
solves to live, and will live. Throuj
the setting up of an internation
court of justice, the assembly has e
tablished a house of rights, and
place of peace."
Human Solidarity Shown.
The activities of the assembly n
specting typhus he declared to t
a magnificent demonstration of hi
man solidarity. When the assembl
spoke of disarmament, M. Hymar
said, the members of that body dil
played keen anxiety to lift the weig?
of armaments from the shoulders c
the world but at the same time rea
ized that in the present unsettled coi
dition of Europe nothing better coul
be done than had been.
He referred to the fraternal spir;
shown by the assembly, the men
bers of which were separated only b
shades of opinion, not by principle;
He appealed to the youth of th
world, the men of tomorrow, thos
who fought in the great war to cor
struct a moral world indispensabl
to the future of mankind and cor
eluded: "Let us continue our ascend
ing march towards the stairs.'
Geneva, Dec. 18.-M. Viviani o
the French delegation said to the As
saciated Press respection the work o
"The league can not but congratu
late itself on its action. Evidently i
has not been able to regenerate am
revolutionize the world. Only the sill;
formed such hopes for it. It has clear
ed the ground before it of man;
questions and can next year in th
shortest space of time accomplish it
"It has proved its vitality by ac
Speaking of the United States, M
Viviani said that country showed s
sympathy with and made it eviden
that a closer union was possible.
N. W. Rowell of the Canadian del
ega tion, who has been prominent, ii
the sessions of the assembly said:
"The first assembly of the leagu<
of nations has satisfied its friend:
and disappointed its enemies. It:
most significant feature is the fae
that for five weeks representative!
from 41 different nations have founc
it possible to cooperate on a greai
variety of matters and internationa
concerns, and that as the assemblj
progressed it has developed in an in
creasing measure of corporate con
science, a* sense of power ?nSf^$$?r
ity and the conviction that it serves
a great purpose that guarantees its
Mrs. Bullock Recommends Cham
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with this medicine warrants my rec
ommending it to others."
FOR SALE: A nice flock of Bour
bon Red Turkeys wish to sell to tur
key raisers. Can furnish pairs or
trios. $9.00 per pair, $12.00 per trio.
Mrs. L. R. HAMMOND,
Colliers, S. C.
Get Our Draj
We have a high power, fast-cut
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to 10 men. Lever control of blade i
Starts and Stops Saw
We invite our Edgefielc
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of all kinds that we have ever sho
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980 Broad St
J Notice of Final Discharge.
I TO ALL WHOM THESE PRESENTS
/ MAY CONCERN:
Where, Patsey Mosely (now Bus
sey) has made application unto this
Court for Final Discharge as Ad
ministrator in re the Estate of Hen
ry Moseley, late of said county and
State deceased, on this the 3rd day
of December. 1920.
These Are Therefore, to cite any
and all kindred, creditors, or parties
interested to show cause before me at
my office at Edgefield Court House,
South Carolina, on the 6th day of
January! 1921 at ll o'clock a. m.,
why said order of Discharge should
not be granted.
W. T. KINNAIRD,
v J. P. C., E. C., S. C.
Dec. 3rd, 1920.
$1.65 Table Damask, 72 inches
wide now 98 cents.
? Saw Prices
ting outfit, forced feed-a complete
? to any length. Does the work of 6
tfhile engine is running.
Send for Engine Catalog
i Showing Gasoline Engines 2 to
I 12 H. P., Power Saw. Rigs and
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COLUMBIA, S. C.
l friends to visit our store
have the largest stock of
wn. It will be a pleasure to show
jartment is constantly replenished
ir repairing department, which has
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Augusta, Ga. |
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ARRINGTON BROS. & CO.
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