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The Union daily times. [volume] (Union, S.C.) 1918-current, August 17, 1922, Image 4

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LAST
SA LiNE-UF OF ?AtJ
THAT GIVES YOIJi:
LOTS OF ROP*\!
At the price of $li
Iseen or had present
as this opportunity I
Any mode'---io p:
brother h $10.
!Aiiy color- -rnv r
Sat'sfactic;> .w
war ?<: m&r. sh Sr> - - - 2 ]; ;
at this store at this t
i $i*
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J. COHEN
The House
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AUTHORIZED S
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^oine to us ior ue:
I uine Ford Mechasr
| Goodvear and Fish
? Absorbers.
BATT^Y SSF
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Cvlf Cascline,
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I PEOPLES
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YESTERDAY A!
Cr.e U go-.e. You
You may look b:\ck v
plate the other. The or.': t
P ir v reve ! the one that ?s '
Hrv t. iirh did * c r
the ; e t?rciav*? that rrrle ?
* Jhw rrucli r ^re cr'
a .C" !*' * iirncu'i . '.v1 \wm
to your credit today, th**: y
b It the credit ba'.nr.c
wor:?e still, ic to t
? h-ave disregarded good aclv
A Savings Account
' maintained, will make a
that you will look back up
Lgo by.
Try it.
The Banls
President Vice-1
('. <\ S \M?KKS 15. |\ i
At a meeting of the Baptist general
h ard in (Ireenville Tueday it was
,.e or. /k/tn ?.i
UlUUVll, 111 V IV W U1 IVCCIll < IIJ <I
* ions to tl " church, to raise
000,000 by Docembc r 3, in addition
to the $7,000,000 subscription nr d
three years ago in the $/"?,Ooo,o.JO
campaign of the Southern churches. !
One wonders what became of those '
clothes we sent tho Belgians when one
sees the pictures taken on the beach at
U. tend.?Life.
CALL
m BEACH SUITS |
I
) you have never read, |
q?ii{3 such varieties
takes in and puts out!
ea*:e the world and its
r i z?n mention is S10.
ir?the most careful $
it voi- r disposal today |
xlrraeiy low price of I
i.OO
5 PANAMA HATS J
0 p F I
COMPANY |
of Satisfaction I
RD I
ERVICE STATION I
mine Ford Parts, Gen- g
cs, Genuine Service, |
Tires, Hassler Shock |
:V!Cr STATION V
Create and Oil
GARAGE j
[R?CLARENCE EDWARDS |
res'?Phone 289
Co.'s Old Stand.)
NO TOMORROW I
*
:..ay r.?-ver 6e<; the other. %
: on or e; y;?u may contem- jj|
Uai ^one yields light that
to c oo W
;?o < *n i'fe advance in ^
i;> lAst year?
c\l -!'j,v mvv.h more assur- *
' * me*.?do you find '*>
r * o 5^ *
roM < # ? ;<i a year ago f
r. p'.ifcsiantial?or if,
c >vi iri reu?you must ?
'ice. ~r.
cloned and vigorously r
yesterday out of tomorrow ?
ion with pride as the years
. ol IMon Si
'rrsiilcn Ca hier fit j
W. VV. AI.:.IAN Kj |
'&&&?;* M i| IPII WIWM l
'I Ik it; lie ton <an(i;.|at(!S, ill mer.
running for tli legislature1 in Lauren.e
iii 'y. Tir-yiue: .1. O. Barnett, Ja:-.
i, I'li.'-.vn riir, Dunk Boyd. William
I. (iny, I'liil D. HuiT, Hugh I). Mc<
i. , Carrol I). Nance. W. Dennis
?1 ' . I McDaniel ar.d I.. S. Bolt.
'* lit- live ycai'-old son of Mr. and
Mr: Aw!row Cox was killed by li^ht?i'n>;
at ihcir home in Dillon county
Friday.
RIALTO
TODAY j
There's art in successful
"KISSES" !5
tv
as you'll see when you see < n
ALICE LAKE f
in that picture.
U?
Story by May Tully
Scrnario by June Mathis '
A Maxwell Karger Production l*'
ADDED
"A PAIR OF SIXES"
An Educational Comedy ,
TOMORROW
PETE MORRISON !
i '
IN I
"THE
BETTER MAN WINS"
Notice to Stockholders
A mooting of the stockholders ot
the Goilshall Market Company is a
hereby called for Friday, the first dnvj I!
cf September, 1022, at 10 o'clock, a.I p
m., in the ofiice of Sawyer & Kennedy,) p
Attorneys, at No. .13 Main street, in h
the City of Union, County of Union
State of South Carolina, for the pur !
pose of considering and p.- -in : upon o
j a resolution ivuU'ting said (lodsliali; o
Market Company to go into liquida- 1
tion and wind up its allaiis a..d di- j'
solve, as authorized by the laws ef
the State of South Carolina.
G. P. Godshall, s
Pres. & Treas, u
S. C. Godshall,
Secretary.
8-17-21-31 ?
Tax Notice ~
Or.lv 0 few more davs to pav vour!
1 . - |
taxes, unless you want to wait and
pay them to the sheriff, which will
cost you more. I can not wait 00
everybody on the last day.
J. II. Parties,
8-17-21 Treasurer Union County.
Weevil Migration Beginning
Clemson College, Aug. 14.?Fall migration
of the wevil has begun in
some sections where the cotton crop
is not very good and where fruit for- '
mation has practically discontinued^. _
Otherwise, the situation during the
past week showed no important
change, square infestation continuing
to vary in different localities from ?
^ erv low to 9") Der cent nr mnro an- \
, I
cord frig to reports leceived today by1
Prof. A. P. Conraui, Entomologist,1 p
\/ho, therefore, advises continuation of ^
cultivation where possible and of thor-1
c ugh square collecting from the plants ?
and the ground.
Whether poison application should $
he made after migration depends or.
conditions. Migration is not yet heavy |
r.ough at any point to warrant dis ontinuation
of poisoning. When mi- y
crate 1 becomes severe and general,
no profit may be expected from poisoning.
During the past wek there havj'
heen breezy and dewless nights es-;
j AN ADDED FEATUF
OUR BUSINESS IS
Service easily spells
Hon in every transact
! service to you voluntari
1:1 i ?
v uuerai portions. we
1 your pleasure ?s our pn
| UNION DM
Phor.e i J xj and "Loc
Bank Fo
You (
Put your hand to every ust
the limit of its ability to do
So. too. with your hanking.
Employ all our department.'., h
in your welfare and progress.
"Large Enough to Serve Any?Sti
C_1 1 IZL
NATIONAL
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dally in the Piedmont section. Po - ^
ning on such nights i? not recon ^
nded, but the application should t j ,
ide during the Aral fvaorable nighi 3 *
jugh it be a week or so lute occon 4
f to the schedule. ' 4
d Methods and Custoens No Long* * 4
Dependable. 4
Fanners are urged to use goo I ^
dgrnent and not to become panicky,
hen the weevils become numerous *
that all squares arc punctured ar.J 4
rung bolls are attacked, one or even 1
,o applications of poison may be re< - <
iimended in order to protect as many
the young bolls as possible.
The attitude of the farmers is not
ways encouraging. Some have kei <
? cultivation and square collectin r <
Iigently while others "laid by'' i
iout August 1. It must be emph; ^
a d that these old methods and en:
as will not be .suti-factory under r
eevil conditions, and those who have i
t yef become reeooriled to more di: <
ent methods, of farm management <
iroiighout the entire growing seaso i i
:l become so convinced if they cor.
nue their efforts to grow cotton.
.Again this season there are man.; '
ki.'g illustrations of the great in - 4
rturee of soil building as the fm - <
mental operation in weevil contn I (
he success and profit that may resu i
om i>oisoning, square collecting < i
i her direct weevil control methods 's
used on efficient soil building.
Death of Robert Burgess
Mr. Robert Burgess died night bo
re last at his home two miles above '
onesville, and his body was burieu
Gilead church yesterday afternoon
!e underwent an operation the day
i fore he died, but bis condition was
ast help. Mr. Burgess is survived by
wife and ono child.
There are 82 candidates running for
like in the county of Greenville -
nly one woman, Mrs. Scott, who is a
aiulidute for reelection as probate
udge.
Oconee is the only county in the
late whose enrollment this year is
ss than two yearsjago.
.Jfr.
Owing to the da cold atmosphere
ot a single inf&tious disease is
nown in Greenland #
^^fevealed
/v-8he had bee/
Ijj' fcd in glo^
-SP&' broug^tt jp y otiZjgf
V>L |iendly atfn^A>f thf
Left us iM Union htt ^ of
ood Hair ered to 1a^nco and
Visa Razo^kj^ goods.
We are seftn. b* be^J Clipers
in allVed in ?0, CO and
00?for cJphibitin>00. Think
f't! lection fm<W
Good ^,1 in a frjlmg for
1.50 up, JKu 1^y<fta/one absoJtely
guaranteed, lb
Come to see us/'or send us
our K?
?- ?'J J?
Union Hardware Co.
Hardware and Cutlery
UNION, S. C.
51F T
SERVICE
unlimited satis facion.
We give this
ily and fretly and in
please you because
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?k for the Coy." |
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r A//
j3n Get
ful tool?aivl push it to
anything useful for you.
Get ail we can give you.
[eep us busy boosting you
ron*: Enough to I'.otect All"
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p.
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f Shoe S
| CARE!
i*
> WE HAVE A GOOD MANY
t AND STRAP SLIPPERS TO CI
| THE LEFT-OVERS OF OTHEI
X STYLES FROM AMERICA'S F(
f FINE FOOT WEAR.
%
| WATCH T H E SI
$r 50 Patent Leather Grecian Strap
(TA ri. ?? ^ "
strap sitprers with fl*Q Ac
lov/ rubber heM . . .
v
y $7.00 Tv o styles, Patent Kid or Brown
| ?,",T".. $5.45
i $4.50 Soft Black and Brown Kid Oxfords,
excellent values (PO QP
military rubber heels
i
A $5.00 Three styles in Black and White
& lcce or strap, low and {PQ AC
Baby Louis heels . . .
i To r o n eI
We Ave Offering These Sp
| $1.00 REDUCTION
V
? FOR ONE 1
| REMEMBER?
?
4% Flynn-Vincent shoes cost you less per ir
our shoes to give you more service for th<
^ kind of work you do or how hard you ai
4^4 comfort and economy in every pair.
I FLYNN
I SHOl
^ V ^ - AJLAaVAAAAA
A A A\A A A.^
IS?BIG DAYS AT
I FRIMV - SATll!
|a Bungalow Aprons and House Dresses
9 At 97c, $1.29, $1.79 and $1.98
Sample", of Voile and Organdy Dresses
j|n to close out at
? $1.59, $1.79 and $1.98
H Extra Heavy White Sheeting,
40-ineh wide
V 10c Per Yard
^ White Gabardine Skirts at
I# 98C
|| Silk Dresses at
I $6.98
Ladies' Hats at
98c, $1.19, $1.98 and $2.48
Ladies' Shirt Waists, cotton and silks, at
79c, $1.39, $1.69, $1.98 and $2.48
DRESS GOODS?BY YARD
Ginghams
. 4.v, 1 oc and 22c
Apron (/hecks
10c
Oil Cloth, in fancies and white
24c and 29c
Straw Ticking
10c
Foathpp Ttr'Uinor
IP 39c
Long Cloth
20c
Fileaching
15c
Remember the
SHAPIF
1.1 . 1 I "
THESE |
specials |
FULLY |
SHORT LOTS OF OXFORDS %
LOSE OUT. THEY ARE NOT %
I SEASONS, BUT THE LATEST $
)REMOST MANUFACTURERS OF X
t
! SPECIALS GO ?
$2.50 Black and Whi^e Lace QP ^
or Strap Slippers . . ,^
$7.50 Patent Kid, low heel, wide
Grey Suede Strap
Slippers fPOea/O .1
Y
\?: r- Y
$6.50 Patent Kid Grecian Strap Slippers y
w!th Baby Louis and C?/fl QP V
low heels
f
?4X0 value Black and Brown Brogues
and Strap Slippers 4 P
with low rubber heels vOtTll) ^
VEEKONLV |
ecials For One Week Only. X
_ y
I On all Slippers for both men and women, y
' that sold for $5.00 or mere. y
WEEK ONLY %
Y
.QUALITY FOR QUALITY
WEAR FOR WEAR y
lonth's wear?You can absolutely depend on
e money that they cost, regardless of the ^
e on shoes. You can anticipate savings, 1
X
VINCENT ~ I
E CO. I .
. ..
M
Curtain Scrim ?
10c
Pajama Checks
19c
Nainsooks
25c and 29c
Ladies' and Men's Cotton Hose
9c Per Pair
Ladies' and Men's Lisle Hose, all colors
lf<c Per Pair
Ladies' and Men's Silk Hose
19c, 39c, and 49c Per Pair
Children's Socks
14c and 19c Per Pair
Ladies' and Men's Handkerchiefs
5c and 10c
V
Towels
9c and 19c '
Breast Pins
Safety Pins pj
Men's Collars?Soft and Stiff Kg
15c h
Ladies' White Oxfords fl
$1.59 Per Pair fl
Men's Work Shoes fl
$1.48 and $2.19 Per Pair fl
Place and Date |
iO'S, Inc. I
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