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NOTE. Dr. Israelso:
If you can't come t<
Office in Bank of Sumt
(Too late for last week.)
Well I think its time that "The
Times" should have a little news from
the city of Summerton.
Everything was enjoyed so much
here during the Xmas holidays.
A great many social events added
mpjeh pleasure to the old people as
well as the young folks.
-Among some of these were a party
given by "The Boys" Saturday even
ing, December 23 at the residence of
Capt. J. A. James. A most ,mjeyable
evening as spent.
Mrs. James entertained a number
of her frinds Monday evening at her
pretty home. Playing cards and
dancing as the most important events.
A delightful course was served and
everybody enjoyed the evening im
mensely. Those who were present
were: Misses Myrtle Allen~ Clara
Tenant, Mrs. Peterkin wvho spent the
holidays with Miss Tenant, Miss Sal
lie Anderson, Miss Nan Bowen, All
ston James, Jack Jame~s, Capers
James Fred Barnes and John Canty.
Miss Myrtle Allen was hostess at
a very enjoyable affair at her home
on the 18th of December. Many wvere
invited and a very pleasant even
Sing wvas spent.
' fliss Clara Tenant entertained one
evening last wveek at her home in
honor of her charming guest, Mrs.
Peterkin of Fort Motte.
Among those who hatve returned to
college afte: spending the holidays at
home are: Miss Martha Walker,
Coker Miss Eleanor Carson, Win
throp; Miss Vivian Eadon, Coker;
Mr. IHugh James, Citadel; Mr. Rogers
Mood, Citadel: Mr. Pros Brailsford,
Miss Lily Croskey has gone to
Asheville, N. C., to consult a special
for 1917, tells about the best
and gives special information as to
the best crops to grow, both. for
profit and home use.
The large Jncrease in our busi
ness which we have again experi
eniced duridg the past, year is the
best~ of evidence as to the high
quality of .
Write for catalog and prices of
Grass and Clover Seeds, Seed
Potatoes, Seed Oats or any
Farm Seeds required.
Catalog *nalled free on request.
T. WWOOD & SON$.
SEEDSMlEN, Rlclunond, V6.
ptional opportunity to resit
lost successful Eyesight Exi
stay and have your trouble.
eyes examined and glasses
I he guarantees satisfaction.
satisfied with their glasses
glasses only. He has the
nination and correcting the
re often caused from weak
n will be coming to Manning
n't Forget the
the office he will make the
ist in regard to her ears, which have
been giving her trouble for some time.
Misses Bessie Dickson and Isabella
Thomas of Manning were two of the
charmihg visitors in our city during
Mrs. Rose, a sister of Mrs. J. A.
James from Charlotte, N. C., has been
visiting her sister for some time.
Miss Lucile Pitts, a G. W. C. stu
(lent spent Xmas with her grandpar
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Davis.
Last Sunday afternoon we came
near having a few deaths in our town.
Tory Briggs was driving one of Mr.
Dick Richardson's cars, when the
steering wheel broke, the car went in
a ditch on the edge of town and Dick
Richordson, Jr., and Preston Brails
ford were thrown through the wind
shield. No one was seriously injur
ed. Thank goodness.
Mr. 0. C. Scarborough, Jr., has a
school in Georgia and will take
charge at the beginning of the new
Mr. Julius Mood we has been on
the border ever since the removal of
the troops from South Carolina to
Texas, spent a fewv days with his
mother andl relatives last week.
Just a few (lays previous to Xmas,
one of our leading young men left us
mysteriously for Spartanburg to be
gone several (lays. While away it wvas
rumored that when he came home
he wasn't to come alone, but much
to the delight and surprise of the
Summerton girls he returned without
Mr. Ellison'- Capers, Jr., of Chatta
nooga, Tenn., is on a visit to his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ellison Capers, Sr.
Mrs. Catherine Capers has returned
to Georgetowvn, after spending the
holidays with her parents, to resume
her duties as teacher in the George
towvn graded school.
Miss Clara Te'nant has returned to
Fort Motte also to resume her duties
as teacher. Peg.
Inactivity Causes Constipation
Lack of exercise in the winter is a
frequent cause of constipation. You
feel heavy, (lull andl listless, your
complexion is sallow and pimply, and
energy at low ebb. Clean up this con
dlition at once with Dr. King's. New;
Life Pills, a mild laxative that re
lieves' the congested intestines with
out griping. A close before retiring
will assure you a full and easy
movement in the morning. 25c. ai
WILL MONEY TAKE ROOT?
If you want to see how money wil
take root and gro just go to the Hom<~
Bank and Trust Co. and "plant"
dime in the new Christmas Bankinj
Club the~y just opened to accommo
date the people of this c~mmunit:
who want to start to save money.
This dime will grow in fifty weeka
-before Christmiis next year whoi
ydu will feel the need of ready mono:
-Into $127.50.- .
You only, need to "water" the, dim<
you plant regularly every week fo:
3PEC IALI ST,
t, S. C.
AY, JAN. 15.ai
lents of this town and surro
sert in South Carolina.
;ome eyes relieved by use c
fitted, if necessary, that wi
should consult him, with 10
most modern instruments km
different defects of sight wil
eyes. Come in time, and b
regularly each month.
Time and Pla
examination in your home
(1o this is to put in twenty cents the
second week, thirty cents the third
week and so on, increasing your de
posit only a dime each week.
The little Christmas Banking Club
book which the Home Bank and Trust
Co. will give you or any of your
friends free will show you when to
make your weekly deposit and how
much you put in in order to get, in
fifty weeks, the $127.50.
Whole families are joining this
Christmas Banking Club. It's the best
thing that ever struck town to show
us al how to really. save money and
get ahead. It get us into the bank
ing habit-the best habit anyone can
learn. Money planted in the bank
will surely grow if we let stay in the
bank what we put in, and keep on
adding to it. "Every little added to
what you've got makes a little bit
First thing you know, if you only
START to banking your money, yoa
will become rich.
You can "planst" only a nickle in the
Christmas Banking Club andl in fifty
wveeks have $63.75. You must put in
ten cents the second week, fifteen
cents the third week andl so on, in
creasing the amount you deposit only
a niekle each wveek. The biggest sum
you put in at one time is only $2.50.
You wvill hardly believe this until you
look into the little Christmas Banking
Club book which the Home Bank and
Trust Co. wvill furnish you and every
member of your family free.
The "kiddies" can join the one-cent
or the two-cent club and in fifty
wveeks have $12.75 or $25.50.
Every .boy and girl and man and
wvoman in our community should joir
this Christmas Banking Club. It's
goodI thing. Thanks to the Hom<
Bank and Trust Co.
VILLA TAKES DURIANGO
WITHOUT EVEN BATTLI
El Paso, Texas, Jan. 8.-Durang<
fell into the hands of Villa on De
cember 20, according to wordl brough
here todlay by foreigners who escapel
from the city and have reached th
border after a long round-about tril
According to their stories Duran~g
was evhcuated by the Carranza gar
rison without a struggle. Villa loote
the city and then evacuated it, no
attempting to fortify and hold it.
A smalj Villa outpost at Jimiina
was defeatedl todlay by a smaller Ca:
ranza force. The combined loss wai
25 dlead. Both sides fled after th
HOW TO CHEJCK THAT COLD)
When it is painful to breathe an
fever sends chills up and dowr. you
back, you are in for a cold. 4 timel
(lose of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Hone
will stop the sneezes and~ sniffles. Th
pine balsam loosens vie phlegm an
clears the bronchial t'ubes, the hone
t soothes and relieves the sore throa
The antiseptic qualiues kilj the geri
and the congested cc ndition is relic'
ed. Croup, whoop- ng cough an
echronic bronchial af.'ectionis quickl
1 relieved. At all. Druggists,.25n-...Ad1
ad 16, 1917.
unding country in secur
f his scientifically fitted
11 give you comfort. His
years experience in ex
own to science for giving
;h proper glasses. .Head
eing your friends.
SUMTER, S. C.
Those who breakfast at eight
o'clock or later, lunch at twelve and
have dinner at six are almost certain
to be troubled with indigestion. They
do not allow time for one meal to
digest before taking another'. Not
less than five hours should elapse be
tween meals. If you are troubled with
indigestion correct your habits and
take Chamberlain's Tablets, and you
may reasonably hope for a quick re
covery. These tablets strengthen the
stomach and enable it to perform its
functions niturally. Obtainable every
A trial 4
YS SHE WOULD DROP .r
lumbia Woman -Says She Lived at
In Continual Dread. w
SPENT AWFUL YEAR I
rs. Stukes Tells of Her Experiences I
In Hope Other Sufferers May do
Profit. - t
Regarding the truly wonderful- re- e,
its she said she had obtained from f<
e use of Tanlac, "The National
mic," Mrs. Carrie Stukes, of 113 s'
uger St., Columbia, gave the. fol
wing highly interesting statement: p
"I suffered from- stomach trouble n
id indigestion for two or three
ars, and I had had spells of some
nd of trouble. They were awfrl! I
as in such bad condition at one time
tat I would have to crawl, for I r
)uld not bear my weight on my feet. i
"For a year or more I lived on a t
let of milk and crackers and during 3
mat time I did not eat a bite of solid
ood. I could not sleep at night and I
war in a dread all the time, though
did not know what I was (reading.
h id fourteen doctors to treat me at I
ifferent times, and I was toid an
peration was the only thing that
vould do me any good.
"When those awful attacks came,
would just draw up and drop wher
ver I was, and I was just about the
ame as anyone who is crazy when
had one of the:;e terrible spells.
felt lazy and sick and tired all
;he time. and even after, a night's
rest I would feel so tired I could
"For a long time I could not do a
bit of work around the house and I
had to have someone do it for me.
My nerves were so bad. I would
jump and cry out if a door slammed
and I could not stand to have children
"My husband read of the great re
lief Ta:lac had given so many neo
ple and he bought it for me. I am
now taking my four-.h bottle. Durinme
the first two weeks that I took Tan
Iac I gained ten pounds in weight
and I am now doing all my house
work. The Tanlac has helped me won
derfully in every way and has built up
and regulated my stomach so that
I can now eat anything I care to
and my food is digested properly.' I
do not suffer at all with stomach
"The Tanlac increased my strength
so much that I can compare my
strength now with that of any two
women my size, and r'en lmber that
it has not been so long ago that I was
too weak to walk. I have had only
'imes in the le:
rder will be e
iningr. S. C.
Qf those pasi spells since I began
king Tanilac and that came just a
w ;days afLor I began takirg Tanlac.
real y' fel like a new woman now,
g'reat has been the relief Tanlac
ive me. My nerves now are fine
id 'strong, and I am not troubled
"I sure can recommend Tanlac, nd
am glad- to do so and I hope that
me sufferer will profit from what
have said. Tanlac is a truly won
!rful medicine, I think, and is proved
at by what it did for me.. It just
ade a new woman of me. I tell
reryone I can~.of.what Tanlac did
Tanlac, the Master Medicine, is
id by Dickson's Drug Store, Man
ing; L. W. Nettles, Jordan; Shaw
Plowden, New Zion; Farmers' Sup
ly Co., Silver; D. C. Rhame, Sum
WEARS SHE MARRIED
MAN TO SAVE HIS SOUL,
Greensburg, Pa., Jan. 8.-"I mar
ied him to save his soul," testified
Irs. Grace Bischoff, a spiritualist, in
he proceedings brought before Judge
lopelatid by Mrs. Sophie Schurer, of
tlantic City, to have a guardian ap
ointed for Emil Bischoff, her sixty
ix-year-old husband. Mrs. Bischoff
aid she had been married twice be
'ore meeting her present husband.
"How about saving the souls of
your other husbands?" she was asked.
"My 'flrst husband was an impos
ibility, as far as soul saving was
oncerned," she replied.
IIIEF OF CHICAGO'S
POLICE IS ARRESTED
Chicago, Jan. 8.-Chief of Police
[ealey, of Chicago, was arrested in
'ls home tonight on a warrant charg
ing conspiracy to bribe, general con
spiracy and five other charges under
i conspiracy heading. The warrant
was obtained by State's Attorney
Hoyne. Chief Healey gave bond at
his home, it was reported to the
state's attorney tonight.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Hall's Catarrh Medicine hats bo'n
taken by catarrh sufferers for the
past thirty-five years, and has o'
come known as the most reliable
remedy for Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
Medicine acts thru the Blood on the
Mucous surfaces, expelling the Poi
son from the Blood and healing the
After you have taken Hall's Ca
tarrh Medicine for a short time you
will see a great improvement in your
general health. Start taking Hall's
Catarrh Medicine at once and get rid
of catarrh. Send for testimonials,
F. .1. CIIENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by all Druggists, 75c.-Adv.