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We Are Compelled t<
Demands from headqua
ditions most faVorable to
has ever owned at cash fg
as these big stocks of tai
and the plans that were a
These fine Suits and U
$18 to $35, bpi must be s
Come early-take your cht
LOT No. 1.
300 Suits that were made
$18 to $25. Must be clo:
These Suits made of
you will find light weight
1 slims-in fact, all models
195 SAMPLE SUITS.
One and two of a kind,
in all sizes. Suits made to
sell at $30.00, now
An extra Pair i
2.000 PAIRS OF EXTRA
This great lot of Pant
have never seen.
LOT No. 1.
465 patrs of Pants; t
values up to $4.00.
Your choice w
ING AWAY PRICE;
300 ODD 400 1'
Worth Up to 400
$3. Now worth
1,000 YOUNG MEN
LESS OF COST. B
Your Choice of.
$25.00 Over.oats. Now
D~on't let anything
keep you from the
greatest sale of Men's
Clothes ever held in the
Statc of' Sooth Carolina,
.County or Clarcndon.
Rebecca Hlarvin in boir own right an<
ios administratrix of Estate o:
Theodore Hiarvin, Plaintiff,
Eugene Hlarvin, Elise Hamilton, Euh~
Lee Rigg:ins, D~ewey Hlarvin, Elms
Hiarvin, Gar<:ina Hlarvin, Leslie
Hiarvin, Levan Hlarvin, Sarah lHar
yin, Plinsy Hlarvin, Nanie Hlarvin
.Ja:iies Hiarvin and IBessie Hlarvin
Under and by Virtue of a Judlgment
Order of the Court of Common Pleas
in the above stated action, andl to mi
dlirected, bearing (late of January th<
3rd, 1919, I will sell at public auction
to the highest bidder, for cash, al
Clarendon Court House, at Manning
in saidl County, within the legal hour,
for judicial sales, on Monday the 3r<
('ny of March, 1919, being salesday
the following dlescribed real estate:
All those two tracts of land con
taining together five hundred ani
twenty (520) acres, and adjoining
each other, and known respectivels
as the Berry Tract and( the Biroa~kva)
Tract. Thle saidl Herry Tract con.
taining two hundred and eighty-si>
(286) acres, lying in Sumter County
in said State, on flush Way waters
of Black Rivev..-Bounded on -the
northeast by lands now or formerl:
AT CLOSEOUT Si
Worth of Mer
AT THIS AND SOME O
W 50 TO 75 PER
ts Friday, Fet
Raise the Cash and Therefore
Come Early and G
ST BE iSOLD
REASONS FOR TI
rters asking us to close out entire stock
you. For months ahead we have pureh
ares, far below the market price, tilling
lored garments were ready for the mai
lade to double last year's business were
dercoats were tailored for men who plat
acrificed at a great loss to us. Every
dce of any in these lots. Most wonder
YOUR CHOICE OF A
LOT No, 2.
trom 290 Suits that were from $25
Ged at to $30. Your choice of any in
this entire lot
)0 Sample Sui
high-grade woolens; staple ends of fine
and medium weight Silk-Lined Suits
and sizes. No matter what your styl<
275 ALL-WOOL. SUITS 500 EXTRA
They're in serge, che- Silk wors
viots, worsteds, all sizes. serge of f
Made to sell at $30, now- Made to se
f Pants made to your met
PANTS MADE OF HIGHEST GRADE
s made of mill ends and short ends of
LOT No. 2. LOT N<
340 pairs of Pants; 285 pairs of
ade of sample ends, well Pants of left<
orth up to $5.50.' Your well worth up:
GOOD PICKINGS OF FIVE
3. THE SPECIALS ONLY W
AIRS CORDUROY 1,000 PAIRS OF
PANTS. INE KHAKI I'
pairs of fine Eng- Made to retail
Corduroy Pants; all sizes; fit anyo
up to $5.00. Your choice of any
'S AND MEN'S FINE OVEE
UY NOW-OUR SACRIFICE
Any Ove''coat in the Entire 11
$30.00 Overcoats. Now I$32.50 Ove
U. S. Wook
World's Largest CuSt<
41 N. Main St., Sumter, S. C
OPEN EVENINGS TILL 8
of I. Smiling; on the southeast and
south by said Broadway Tract; on
the wvest by lands 'now or formerly
of Thomas Poole, and on the North
west by lands now or formerly of the
Messrs. Hlolladay, the same being
fully shown by a plat thereof certi
lied byW Wm. F. Ervm, Surveyor, dlated
April 21st, 1852, and recorded in the
office of the Register of Mesne Con
veyamnce for Sumter County in Book
"R" page 329. T1he said B~roadlway
Tract containing Two Hundred and
Thirty-four (234) acres, of which one
hindred and thirty-six and a half
(186%) acres thereof are situated in
Sumter County in saidl State, and
ninety-seven anid one-half (97%)
acres~ thereof are situatedl in Claren
don County in said State. The said
Broadw~ay Tract lying betwecn Bush
and Indian Camnp Bays and bounded
on the North and North-west by said.
Berry Tlraet; North-east by Iandls now
or formerly of Estate of Levi F.
Rhame; South by lands formerly of
Henry Skinner And lan~ds of I. C.
Broadway, S. WV. Br-oadwa3 and Wil
liam Rodgers, and Wecst by lan is of
Willihm Rodgers. The said tract of
land being fully represented on a plat
thereof certifIed by .James D). Me
Elveen D. S. .July 6, 1880, andl recordl
ed in the oflice of the Register of
Mesne Conveyance for Sumter County
in Book XX at page 120.
Less twenty-four and two..tenths
(24.2) acres sold unto Euenne Har
F OUR OTHER STORES
CENT ON THE
Make This Great Sacrifice
et the Best Choice.
NO GOODS SOLD
EIIS GREAT SAC
Condition demands us to make thi,
ased the largest stock of woolens an
our chiin of stores with lines of fin
ket for Spring and Summer, 1919,
ed their orders in our different store
style right up to the minute and o
ful values ever offered.
NY IN THESE LOTS
LOT No. 3.
340 Suits that were made
from $25.00 to $32.50. Your Pr
choice of any in this entire lot ch
ts and. Overc
tailoring. In this great lot of fin
and all the new styles in skirt me
or desire, we can fit you.
FINE SUITS 250 SILK-LINED SUy
ted and blue These fine Suits m
nest quality. made to .ell up to $11
II for $35.00, and now being sacriti
at the low price of
sure with every Suit or
our Tailoring Department and left
. 3. LOT No. 4.
extra fine 300 pairs of Pants; spe
o er suits; values; made of tailor
to $6.50. goods; worth up to $8
GREAT LOTS OF ODDS
HILE THEY LAST.
GENII- 200 TRENCH RAIN
it $3.00; Double texture. this
ne. Your Raincoat mtade to sell at
$10. all sizes. Choice
COATS MUST BE CLEA
ouse at half Price.
rcoats. Now $35.00 Overcoats. No
m Mills Cc
mTailors and Clothiers.
L. T. Gillespie, Managi
-SATURD)AY NIGHTS TIILL 11.
vini, and less fifty (50) acres sold unto
.Julius Dullant and now ownedl by
Eugene Hlarv in anad Rebecca Hlarv in.
The following is a description of the
land ordered sold1 for Partition.
All that piece, parcel or lot of land
lying, being and situated in the Town
of Paxville, County of Clarendon and
State aforesaiud, measuring forty feet
on each end and 114.8 feet and 97
feet respectively on the sides and
bounded on the North by the street
or pub~lic roadl leading from Paxville
to Manning: East, South and1( West
by lands now or formerly of Shadrack
Purchaser to pay for the papers.
E. H. G;AMBLE,
Sheriff Clarendon Coiunty.
GERMANY HAS GIANTf PLANE
1,800 Horse Power Machine Carries
Air C'om pass.
Berlin, Feb. 16.---(By the Associat
ed Press.-If the war had lasted a
fewv months longer Germany wvas prie
pared to surprise the world wvith an
enormous airplane. Trhe new giant of
the air, which was pilannedl by Hlarold
Wolff, an engineer, will have its first
trial at Dobertiz. within a few days.
The new machine is nearly165 inret
appeal at this time, with con
I merchandise this organization
est tailored merchandise. Just
-ame the glorious event P'eace
t. They ranged in prices from
f the finest all-wool materials.
LOT No. -1.
265 Suits that were made
m $32.50 to 835.00. Your
oice of any in this entire lot
e Sample Suits and Overcoats
dels; English, regulars, stouts, 7
''S 285 FINE ALL-WOOL
AND PURE WORST
ere E) SUI'TS
ted In very latest models;
all silk lined; worth up to
$55.00. Your choice
over Pants. Such values you
LOT No. 5.
-ial 185 pairs of extra high
ing grade Sample Pants; well
.00. worth up to $10.00. Your
AND ENDS AT GIV
MOT H ElS.
200 pairs of Boys' K. .e
Pants made of mill ends;
.worth Up) to $3 per pair;
in good worste~d goods.,
Sizes 1:3 to 20 yea . Now
RED OUT REGARD- Hi
w $-10.00 Overcoats. Now
You can't aflordl to
lose time. You must
hurry; theset Suits will
go quick. Nothing sio'd
~r.. to dealers.
from wing tip to wing tip) and~ stands
more than twventy-three feet high. It
has six motors with a total of 1 ,8t00
horse-power, dIriven by four propel
lers, two of which are forwardl andI
two aft. Each of the propellers has
four blades. Two of the motors, it is
sai enn~j stop) simultaneously wvithout
having anyi re'sult excep~t to red(uce
the speed of the airplane.
'[he new airplane is not only
equIipped~'( with devices enabl)inig the
pilots toi knowv at all times their alti
hude andtt angle of elevation, hut also
with devices to tell the absolute as
welas relat ive direction which, it is
believed, will make flying po'sile on
the dlarkest night and in the thickest
The de(v ice for dleterimin ing the abi
solute (direction 'onis51ts of an in
striumient atdapltedl to receivig mes
sages from v'arioJus wireless staitions
atnd capiable of such adljust ment t hat
a message from any particularo station
can be heard only when the device is
turnied in that direction.
ADvEllTISE IN TIlE TIMES
NEW CALOMEL 1S
BEST FOR COLDS
Doctors Now Prescribe
Calotabs, the Purified
Calomel, That Is Safe and
Doctors are warning the public that
simple colds and mild cases of inbu
enza often lead to pneumonia and
other serious complications. They
say that every cold should receive
immediate attention and that the first
step in the treatment is to make sure
that, the liver is active. For this
purpose Calotabs, the perfected, nau
sealess calomel that is freed from dlan
ger of salivation, is. the surest, best
and most agreeable laxative.
One Calotab at bed time with a
swallow of water-that's all, no salts,
no nausea, no danger and no upset
ing of the digestion and appetite.
Next morning your cold has vanished,
your liver is active, your system is
puritied and refreshed and you are
feeling fine with a hearty appetite
For your protection, Calotabs are
sold only in original sealed packages,
price thirty-five cents. All druggists
recommend and guarantee Calotabs
by offering to refund the price if you
are not delighted with them.-(adv.)
PLEDGE DAY [[B. 28
Committee Named by Gov. Cooper
Meets and Organizes
l"AImEltS 'TO SIGN PLEDGES
Reducing Cotton Acreage One-third
and Commercial Fertilizer Fifty
Columbia, Feb. 17.-The State cot.
ton committee, recently appointed by
Governor Cooper, which held an all
day session here today, designated
Friday, February 28, as "pledge re
duction day," at which time the busi.
ness interests of the State and the
farmers will cooperate in the inaugu
ration of the movement for the stabi
lizing of the cotton market. On that
day the farmers will be asked to sign
pledges reducing their cotton aereagt
at least one-third and their use of
comn'ercial fertilizer by .50 per cent
('omnmittees for each county to take
charge of the movement were appoint.
ed, and they will br' announced to,
The central steering committee is
the result of the State-wide cottor
conference held here last Thursday
when resolutions were passed alvo.
eating a holding movement and ar
acreage and fertilizer reduction cam.
paign. These resolutions requested
various agencies in the State to com.
municate with the other cotton grow.
ing States in an effort to have then
cooperate with South Carolina in the
The committee was organized b,
electing J1. S. Kotowe Wannamakei
of St. Matthewvs, chairman; Jno. T
MaIckey, of Camden, treasurer, .Juliei
S. Rtogers, of Colunmbiar, assistant
treasurer, and .J. Rlutledge Mc~hee, of
~Phone 808 SUJMT ER
Sished in all
Sale Agents We:
Farm Light an
Headquarters for the State-wide
movement have been opened in the
room 804-5-6, Union National Bank
building, and a manager in charge
of the State organization to have di
rect supervision of the work of co
ordinating the various endeavors in
South Carolina, will be elected at a
meeting which will take place next
Monday at 12 o'clock. Several com
petent men are under consideration.
A competent organization for the
proper publicity of the campaign has
been established with William Banks,
at its 'head, and the daily and week
ly press will be furnished with news
stories of the progress of the cam,
paign as it occurs.
WILL REMAIN IN OFFICE
Columbia, S. C., Feb. 17.-William
Elliott, food administrator for South
Carolina, announced today in a state
ment to county food administrators in
South Carolina that the food admin
istration will remain in ofice in this
State. The food administration also
announced that stabilized prices for
cotton seed are to remain force, $68 a
ton for wagon seed and $71 a ton in
I will sell at public auction at the
Court Ilouse Door in l anting, S. C.,
on Mlonday, the 3rd day of March,
19119, one share of the Capital Stock
of Summerton Telephone Company.
Said sale to be made under the
power contained in the pledge of said
stock from W. R. Coskrey to R. 1.
Manning, dated the 15th day of .1an
NO'T'ICE OF DISCIIAR(E.
We will apply to the .Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendon County on the
10th day of March, 1919, at eleven
o'clock, A. M., for letters of dis
charge as Executors of the Estate of
Thomas J. Tisdale, deceased.
H1. J. TI ISDALE.
T. Ml. TISDALE,
Manning, S. C.. Feb. J, 1919.-3t-p.
NOTICE OF DISCIIARGE.
I will apply to the .Judge of Probate
for Clarendon County on the 10th day
of March, 1919, for letters of dis
charge as Administrator of the Estate
of Boston R. Parker, deceased.
Alexander S. M. Parker,
Rimini, S. C., Feb. 5th, 19159.--3t-p.
The State of South Carolina,
County of Clarendon.
By .1. M. Windham, Probate .Judge:
-V W E1EAS, J. F. Riclxhourg made
suit (o me to grant him Letters of
Administration with the Vill annex
ed of the Estate and ellects of Wesley
'I'IIESE ARE, 'I'll EREF 'ORE, to
cite and admonish all and singular
the Kindred and Creditors of the said
Wesley E. Richbourg, deceased, that
they he and appear -before me, in the
Court of Probate, to be held at Mann
ing on the 27th day of February,
next, after publication hereof, at 11
(o'clock in the forenoon, to showv cause,
if any they have, why the saidI Ad
iu'nist rat ion should not be grawted.
G;IVEN unlder my hand this I0h
(lay of February, AnIno Domini, 19I19.
J1. M. WINDHIAM,
-t-c. JudIge of Pr obaIt.
~, S. C. 39 N. Main St.
mn paid to Man
;ter Electric Co.'s