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rrif B"" A JL rf *' '.: ,- ."> 'yr^/v 4 ? r- ,: -.;"a Theoffi dreds of - r ....... '' ' ' , .. v- ; care our '<* ; ^ f * - * - a ' ' r )tt you to becon SYSTEft . - 1 j ( ; . ; ^ We invite - ' f.= v-U; - : :ii 1920, and lift | ur a V_ - . :.' -; . -. . ' '->&< : "- >' . . s.. . . ' k * "'' ' 4 . ' OFFICERS: Samntl B. George, President Br, James J. Wiagard, Yice-Pr | - ' Karl F, Oswald, Cashier J. S. Kaminer, Asst. Cashier ^ "" " T. R. Keisier, Asst. CasLior + ' ' " ' > i ANOTHER BIG POCKEPKI/T;KR for social, reli; ; GCFT IS ANNOUNCED cational purpo . proximately to gbsw- Ydrfc^Bec. 26.?Yesterday the . wh< announcement was made that John D. industrial ^el; Rockefeller had given away $100,000, j ^ockefelIer -vftft . - to-state the to Hhlf of this amount goes to the ers.pu^lc gu1 G<&eral Education Board, a Rocke- estil*tate<i then feller creation, and the other half 1)illk>n dollars goes to the Rockefeller Foundation,'as the basis* tl a corporation chartered "to promote 1 t?tal of half a the well-being of mankind thtoagho'it'folIows: the worldJS& 1 The son's es v f 1 ' While there is no available-r abso- 1915 .. . lutely auth^ritive list of Mr. RoCke- Subsequent gift fever's benefactions, it is estimated by To the Gem . " those. Who are in a- position to know tional Boa .the; facts, that all of his donations To the ] - V. v. ' r .-? ' w si ^ | :.A \n ( ~ ' I BIG I Of Dry Goods at and Bt rff Don't fail to share in the many I* * at such ridiculously low prices. Wt I 'A lot of you have bought goods at f J | at pricesstated in this advertisemer I ' Dry Goods * g. " 2*icc lot of Dark and Light O; ting, p I <;o!d at yd. Ten Days, Sale a: S price 24c VJ - I Vancy Dresr Ginghams, dark and j? : light, regular price 35c. T^n .' Days, c( "alo irricc...... 24c p] S 5 Amoskeag Apron Ginghams in all V'. u ihn n-aril-f.irf onlfirs value. Ten fo |c .Days, Sale > price 1.v .-24c ys Fancy -Back Striped and Figured Percale, regular 50c grade. ?aie ; v price . .$9c Fancy Silk and Worsted .Dress to Plaid, former price $1.00 and $1.25 6t C A D I D jML IV | ^LEXINGTON, ; . V. . f ,y ' +'' , cers and directors of this friends and depositors foi x'<*>:&? - ? '.<* . ' , . v*' ing the year that is about 1 : . . ... . are not a depositor with i 4 | , A ie one: Our connection '%* % * - ? ...... ^ ' ;. P., l-f ! I,.',, ?-* * V I pnithlps ns th take rarp f i \ \ : : w f -J" i <-' * 1 YOU to make this Bank YOUR < V ' " i we promise you the BEST servic IITED STATES GOVH vV ' .' ... ' ' ^ LEXINGT( ..... -;r /V' ... ? . ?' .".T.* >?' ^ - ' If""' ' f - '5' . ' ... . r"..?':V?'i-.. vV V-'Ctii*'. ; ' 4 * esidust .-.J ::v . ..... * "" ' . . ; \ ' . .. /' ; ' '. . - vfi&to&f. | ' f ... .---7 J ^.'1 JLt? V-V 5T- **" ?~ I ? gious, welfare, and edu- Foundation 82,000,000 ses now amount ap- ' To the Rockefeller eat > $500,000,000. Institute 10,000,000 vi? m appearing before the Religious and other I po itions Committee, John benefactions, osti- \/? , Jr., upon being asked mated 83,000,000 j tal amount of his fath- I; ts to date, said that he $500,000,000 i i i tc be a quarter of a perhaps the single gift which most at , Lsing this estimate nearjy approached in size this latest No ie items making up the Rockefeller, is th?$ of ,ti?l i billion dollars are as Henry Prick, who disposedJoi. tha for general welfare purposes of a der rtimate in sum which was at first estimated at ed . ........$250,000,000 $117,300,000, but whiph, on acOount the :s. V- of taxes to be paid fr6m the amount sal< ?&t Educa* will, it is said, fall to $82,000,000 or ord ird ...... 70,000,000 $18,000,000 less than this latest Rockefeller Rockefeller gift. . ; lw CLOSING ;low Cost, Beginning January 3n ? ! w' big bargains that we will offer during this sale. ; are going to o "fer them at prices that absolutely kic Jfnrc? 5?r?rl Irnnur tko -fnrm^r rvripoc qcL-c/^ "Fnr tV lliu Ul/VX V UAIU AAA1V II Vliv AVAWiVA J/AlVVi; U^AWU A VA CA. it. OUR LOSS IS YOUR GAIN. ard. Sale Price, yard 75c UNDERWI Fancy Mixed "Worsted and Cotton ^ | >ress Plaids for children's dresses Indies' Ribbed Und< nd ladies' skirts, regular price S5c sizes, regular 7"5c valu< trd. Sale price, yard 54o Mixed Cotton and Wool Serges, all Ladies* Ribbed Under dors, regular price $1.50 yard. Sale to, regular 75c kind. rice, yard $1-00 each ...,.. Cotton Plaids, all* olorcs. suitable Infants' Undershirts, i r children's dresses, sold; for 50c price, each..!./;. ... . ird. Sale price ....39c Infants' Undershirts, r?rir?pv ....... POPLINS ; Children's Union S Nice assortment of Mercerized Cot- price $1.25. .Sale price, ( in Poplin, regular price per yard Boy's Union Suits, ag >c. Sale price only 49c 10 years, regular pric RAT T'15 ' f A &i!? ' V,. ? ' , 3 fAy * t j ,' \ * ' vr i , . >''J * Bank wish to thank 'f i*lin knomAco L 111^ UUO1I1CO0 U1IU UiHC to close. is, you have a cordial with the FEDERAL i . "i- /.? >f you at all times. BANKING HOME DURING e in modern Banking. ^ RNMENT SUPERVl "h-Xijvfo.-te - :1 t-" - *jr* * ' yt>Vtw? 7T-f .1 ... ' . : ? : . . ? " ?5 ^ r . )N> s. c. p " ** ' ... VV ' ... . . " DIRECTORS: := i; ^ Samuel B. George Ju. J. Wingard E. G. Drefaer S. J. leaphart ... . * t i .. Keep all the birds from the earli- TRESPASS : hatches that show good type and . ror and the marks of good lading All persons arc noti 'A"?r- L pass by hunting, takir J ' " . j ing on lands of the unt REXAfX ONE CENT GOODS. M w Fw, oubert( gl ville, also Kelly land s>..y Jt'e desire , to inform all customers road. Parties'disreg? our Itexall One Cent Sale held in tice will be prosecuted vember who placed orders for ar- ;. W fes. that were oversold and short - it the stock to fill these back or- j CITATION X s has arrived and we will be .pleas- State of South Carolii !?? J"4* Vto deliver every item ordered at Lexington. same price offered in otir one cent By George S. Drafts 5 to those who have placed their bate Judge. ers. * - ''** Whereas," Jas. $? ICa HARMON DRUG OC. to me, to grant him I/e The REXALL Store, j istr.ition of the Estate gMgW^IIMIIIBIIIMIIIIIIIIW llllll 11III IH'B HIPI1 III III I llll Illll hjinmi H Will^ 1 OUT S 1, and Continuing Through S< The prices will astonish -you when you see y assures their sale. Come in before their iem. Come in and make us prove that we price e.-icit ?9c jrshirt^, all Ladies' Petticoats e. Sale price Ladies' Black Mercerized Petti . .... . .79c eoa ts, $2.00 value. Sale price..SPOT shirts, all siz- Ladies' Black Petticoats, regular Sale price, price $1.7,r?. Sale price $1.49 S5c value* sale Ladies' Sweaters 25c Ladies' Cotton and Wool Sweaters, 50e value, 35 am! ?6 values. Sale price, each 39c .. .$3.9$ uits, regular Misses' Wool Sweaters, regular jach...... .99c price 36 and $7. Sale price, each ;es from 8 to $4.9H e $1.25. Sale . Children's Cotton and Wool Sweat " >1 5 * I jg ^ ^ ".V^ ' -i " 'f their hun- L f f '-. . ' T. *?: c . ' - - . ; ^ t . -*# - $1 id to their t. w - - ^ ?...? *~ C * ' ^ * J'/. ?'i r * 'ttn? " n-jfe 4j invitation m .W , V. ?. / ' JjSft RESERVE j THE YEAR -j1 SION 1 ... . ' *' ' " ' - ' y'*T &' " ^ ytiar- "$?*J. P. Matthews . T. P. Meetze " ' J. P. Drafts Karl F. Oswald ...-..= %? '%. , -= i ( t-i' ?i. > r;^ NOTICE. . [ of W. B. Haigler. I These, are therefore to cite and fied not to tresr :?nonJ|E all, and singular the 'Ttfnt ig wood or fish- ^nd Creditors of ?he said WV By jH lersigned, loc&t- lei\ deceased, that they be andappea immit and Lees- before mc, in the Court of Probate" . near Augusta be held, at L/exington, C. H., S. C irding this no- January 1920 next, after pubi i tion hereof at .11 o'clock in the f re?y'*" . H. DONLY. j^oon, to show cause, if any they h .. j why the said Administration sh. OTICE :not bc grante^. - / i /' in, County or; Given under my fjaail, -thir, 26 : of December Anno* Domini 1919. , esquire, Pro- | GEX). S. DRAFTS fix S> . j Probate Judge Lexington County t . : tigler made suiti Published on the 31 day of.Dec * ' i tiers of Admin-j ber 1919 in the Lexington paper ! of and effects ' weeks. . i v.r J _ v. < I .11 I ;-|l^ II1| ; liurday, Jan. 10, 1920 | 3 the quality of merchandise offered lost desirable merchandise is gone, are offering first class merchandised v. . | ers, regular price $4. Sale price ,V* each .$2.98 'd " & f " ' MILLINERY 0 jj| Nice line of Ladies' and Children's .gr-: I fats to be closed oat below eost. p^' 'k There ar? some remarkable values ^ fl in the lot. Ladies' Dress Skirts \ - All Indies' Wool and Silk Skirts go T in this $a!* at bjg reduction. :?i' ENAMEL WARE J Cut prices on every piece of Enam- t elware in our store. ' '> SOUTH CAROLINA ? . i '