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of the .entire town our
Splendid Winter Suits and Overcoats
carry the.honors. When you cometo
THE NEW IDEA CO.'s for a garment
you will find the exclusive Style, and
Quality that is overtopping all others.
We're showing the supreme
Creations of such famous clothes
makers as SCHLOSS BROS. & CO. of
Baltimore and New York and others'
There's every new. model, every
new fabric, crisp, snappy. full of the
EXTRAORDINARY VALUES AT
$18.00, $20.00, $25.00
Money's Woarth or Money Back.
TH E NEW IDEA CO.
- MORiRIS NESS, Manager.
CLARENDON'S BIC .rfl~~.Rhrsn
COTTON MARTS i.OD.lrvi,1.AGrhmP'
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flank either side of the street wherechrte ofherascin ofhs
nearly every line of comniercial activ- lrefnnilisiuin a~ h
ity is ap~parenlt among the busy marts fatrn hwnepcal h n
of trade in Pirrewood. Going outdiie prft,,oesnt lng n
into the residential section are beau-gangth iprsoA htte -
tifdl houses of several artistic de-nnilafiso h ako ie
signs, where the tired merchant at woa nttto nwihtepo
the close of the day retires irom his peo h lc n daetcm
*labors and, the other residents of the mnte a esi ohv ra
place enjoy their hospitable dlomiciles.reinefo th aoag wic te
Hotel Facilities. adefcet mngmn. A h
Miss Julia Brailsford and Mrs. C. csirswno utmr fti
W. Bates have a large, commodiouisbakncoeraemtwihou
house where the traveler and strang- ts n biigteteta h
er in the city may find a hospitablehadofCsir.A.R gl.
temporary home during their sojourn AsmdVrosNi
The Bank of Pinewood. to nwo.Frt twsPnlg
In 1912 The Bank of Pinewood *as ~etPnwo hnWs lrno
established and, un'der the efficientan filyPnwodwhe nmeI
management it now has a. capital of wl nalpoaiiyrti nve
$A0,000 with a surplus of $1,100 and o h ra euaina omr
undivided profits of $3,358.20. Its of- ilcne hc i a tand n
ficers are: President, G. A. Lemmon;de thtnm.Fo te gra
vic pesien, J U Grffn; asior aundJ c R.Gr if n e ti. ber R ichrsn, P. sH.
1E1R FRIENDS O
AID SNE RCEIY[D
Says Taulac Proved a Fine Stomach
,Remedy for Her.
PRAISES IT TO OTHERS
Mrs. Duclkworth Glad to Recommend E
for Troubles Like Hers.'
"Tanlac proved a fine atomvh
medicine for me, and I have told
quite 'a few people who complained
of stomach trouble to take it," said
Mrs. N. ~D. Duckworth, of Pelzer, S.
C., in' a statement endorsing Tanlac.
I suffered from indigos' ion for many
years-really -ever since I was a child
-and I could not eat a general diet,
but I had to be very careful cf what
I did eat. I really never did get hun- I
"The Tanlac certainly did help my
indigestion and soon had gotten my
stomach in a great deal betted condi
tion, so that I ate more and soon I
was getting hungry. It made a quick
improvement in my condition, too. I
am glad to recommend Tanlac for
troubles like those I took Tanlac for."
Tanlac, the Master Medicine, is
sold by Dickson's Drug Store, Man
ning; H. W. Nettles, Jordan; Shaw
& Plowden, New Zion; Farmers' Sup
ply Co., Silver; D. C. Rhame, Sum
tio'h Pinewood was most natural and
apropriate. for a name.
What Made Pinewood.
Enterprise and push intelligently
applied in all lines of industry has
been instrumental in making Pine
wood one of the leading commercial
centers in his portion of South Caro
lina. TI. - men back of all progres
sive mQvements.from the inception of
the place to the present would have
served a potential factor in bringing
any community into prominence and
placed it indellibly on the map. Where
the sturdy pioneers dropped out of
the race good blood was there to lead
in even greater and more progressive
movements. Pinewood has secured a
grip in the commercial field which
means a far greater and' influential
city in the fruitful yeak's that are in
Wm. M. Bowen.
. FOR SALE-One five room house
knowi as the. Frankie Hodge house,
in Manning, good location. Apply
to I. I. Appelt, Manning, S. C.
Married last Sunday at the home
of the bride in Orangeburg, Mr. Wil
lie Cuttino and Miss Mary Sue Way.
A pretty event of last Wednesday
was the party given by Mr. and Mrs.
W. R. Keels at their residence near
town in honor of their little daughter,
Elizabeth, who celebrated her fourth
birthday. The little ones enjoyed
various games, many of which wvere
qhuite interesting. About 4:30 o'clock
the guests were marched into the- (lin
ing room, wvhich wvas bright and bril
liant with lights and floweis. The
center of the table was dlecorated with
a cake on which stood four lighted
candles and nearby was the name,
"Elizabeth," in green litters. Re
freshments in abundance wvere served.
The happy little girl received many
Stntc oI 8ooth Carollna,
County of Clarendon
Court of Common Pleas.
Andrena Moses, Plaintiff,
Nemiah Richardson, J:mes Richard
son,' Fanny Dyson, Nellie Riehard
son, Susan Smith, Wallie Richard,
son, Frank Roberson, Anna C.
Neufville, Nannie Richardson and
O'Donnell and Company, Incorpo
Amended Copy Summons for Relief
To the Defendants Above Named:
You arc hereby Summoned and re
quired .to answver the Complaint in
this action of wvhich a copy is he re-I
with servedi upon you, and to serve1
a copy of your answer to the said
Complaint-on the subscribers at their
officee, 120-122 North Main Street, in
the City of Sumter, S. C., within
twenty dlays after the service hereof,
exclusive of the clay of such service;
and if you fail to answer the Coin
plaint within the time aforesaid, the
plaintiff in this action will apply to
the Court for the relief demanded in
Dated Noveniber 2?, A. D. 191?.
Lee and Moise,
Plaintiff's - A ttorneys.
To the Defendants,.Frank Roberson,
Nemiah Roberson and Johnnio Rob-'
Take notice that the Amended
Summons and Complaint In this ac-.
tion were duly filed ina the office of
the Cleuk of Court for Clarendon
County on' the 27th day of Novem
Lee aind Moise,
' Plaintiff's Attorneys.
sweet remembrances. Several grown
ps were also present, who enjoyed
ha occasion Immensely.
There was no preaching at -the
3aptist .church on last Sunday morn
ng, as the paster, Rev. J. D. Bowen,
vas called to Washington, D. C., the
atter part of the weoh.
Mr. Dewey Ieynolds of the Carlisle
chool at Bamberg is here to spend
The Woman's Missionary Society of
he Methodist church will meet Dec:
ith, 3:30 o'clock, at the home of Mrs.
C. W. Gunter. An especially pleasing
>to'vnm is being arranged for this
'ccas on by the president, Miss Jessie
Mir. anl Mrs. W. R. Keels spent the
veek-end at Bishopville attending, the
mnuals conference of the Methodist
The chicken roost of Mr. -L. Wein
>erF was raided on last Saturday
uight. The thief made good his es
ape, but managed to get off with a
ew, dronping severnl when an alarm
Th :re will be a community sun-rise
rayer meeting at the Baptist chirch
mn Thanksgiving morning. Every
>ody is cordially invited to attend this
- SEED OATS FOR SALE.
J. W. Mins, the groceryman at.
'axville, has 400 bushels of Red Rust
'roof Seed Oats. These oats have
cen examined by the seed grader,
vho has pronounced them first class.
X1,00 per bushel.-2t-pd.
BIOSCHEE'S GERMAN SYRUP.
Why use ordinary cough remedies,
vhen Boschee's German Syrup has
>eon used so successfully for fiftyone
rears in all parts of the United States
or coughs, bronchitis, colds settled
n the throat, especially lung troubles.
t gives the patient a good night's
est, free from coughing, with easy
xpectoration in the morning, gives
ature a chance to soothe the inflam
d parts, throw off the disease, help
ng the patient to regain his health.
5 and '75 cent bottles. Sold by Hug
AMIAIGN -FOR MORE WHEAT
AND MEAT IN COUNTY CLOSED
Farm Demonstration Agent P. H.
enn has just completed a campaign
ver the county for the purpose of
ncreasing .the acreage in wheat and
Iso the production of meat. This
ampaign was conducted through the
chools. Cards and letters, drafted
y'government officials, were used in
egistering each family in the county.
[he government has informed the
eople that the wheat and meat sup
lies are very short. The surplus
vill be used in feeding our armies
n the field and, if we want our usual
The styles an ,)prices
waists will interest you
Beautiful line of Dair
Fancy high stock
Novelty Broad Cloth
Black, White and Fan
50c to $2.00.
Leather Hand Bags.
Puff Boxes, Hair Rece
Bar and Beauty Pin;
For Men an
Fancy Ties in Indivi
Hair Brushes, Hose, He
SCoats, Knit Sets, Pi
Barrettes, Dainty Little
You'll need no furti
prices at which we are
Come, you will be g
No. 11 South Main St.
Leave Alcolu for blanta.
stations Train No. 2
Alcolu .- . 10:05 A. M.
*Green Hill.... 10:10 A. M.
*McLeod - 10:15 A. M.
*Harby - 10:25 A. M.
*DuRant - 10:35 A. M.
Gable - - - 11:00 A. M.
Sardinia - - 11:10 A. M.
New Zion - 11:20 A. M.
*Beards - - - 11:30 A. M.
Seloc - - . . 11:35 A. M.
*Paroda Jet.- 12:20 P. M.
*Hudson - - . 12:45 P. M.
Olanta - - - - 1:00 P.M.
*Flag Stations. All
P. R. ALDERMAN, T. ]
Schedules are given only fc
The foregoing schedule ann
Time Table No. 3.
supplies of wheat and meat we must
grow them. We will not be allowed
to draw on the food reserves of the
This campaign is being conducted
in every county in the state. The
cards given to the children to present
to their parents were similar to the
pledge cards used in the Hoover cam
paign. The farmers are asked to do
their bit in th'is great movement by
growing two acres of wheat per plow
and one additional litter of pigs more
I have for sale all the lam
Turbeville which consist of the f
Tract 1. Two Hundred and
or less, in and around the town
The Mercantile Store a
besides a number of tenant hou.
Also several other tracts c<
and 3-10 acres, 96 acres and 56 a
A particular description ma
J. A. WEINBERG. Tri
eived a line o
Icloth and Po
of our Shirt- Pieces, Nail
ty Handker- Necklaces, I
tionary in I
Clas fll Boots in
md Crepe dle and Black.
cy Silk Hose Particularly
ivers, Trays, Padded Cm
3, Manicure War'mth an<
dual Boxes, Bath Mats,
arses, Small Big Line of
Shoes, and a mas Novelti<
1ter urging when you come a
Lad if you do, and may be so
be No. 4.
EMBER 4TH, 1917.
VIE TABLE NO. 3.
Leave Olanta for Alcolu.
Stations Train No. 3
Olanta - . - - 3;00 P. M.
*Hudson - - - 3:10 P. M.
*Paroda Jet. - 3:20 P. M.
Seloc - - - .- 3:40?. M.
'Beards - - - . 3:55 P. M.
New Zion - - - 4:05 P. M.
Sardinia - - 4,:15 2. M.
Gable - - - - - 4:55 P. M.
*DuRant - - . 5:15 P. M.
*Harby - - - - 5:25 P. M.
*McLeod - - - 5:30 P. M.
*Green Hill - - 5:40 P. M.
Alcolu - - - _ 6:00 1.. M.
Trains Daily Except Sunday.
VI. ALCOLU, S. C.
r information and are not
ulls Trains Nos. 1 and 4 in
The cards which were distributed
will, when signed, be returned to the
teachers and forwarded to Clemson
College where it will be ascertained
the additional increase that may be
depended upon throughout the county.
Similar campaigns have been con
ducted in every county of the state.
In every place visited in this cam
paign great interest was shown in
the movement by both teachers and
pupils. In cases where no children
were in attendance the teachers very
kindly sent the cards to th parents.
vDS FOR SALE
Is belonging - to Estate of S. C.
Fifty (250) acres, slightly more
of Turbeville including
ad Two Good Residences
ntaining 1 and 7-10 acres, 123
y be obtained from me by any
stee. Manning. S. C.
Polisher with Remov
is, Vanity Boxes, Pearl
4ive Assortment of Sta
3rlay. Mahogany, Brown
Gr~ay, TFan andl~ White.
Smart with Ta~ilor'ed
Rloom Slippersl' with Soft
shion Insoles Affords
Felt Slippers, neat and
Toys and other Christ
ndl see 0our line and the
rry if you don't.
SUMTER, S. C.