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In preparing for your
fact that we can outfit yo
prices. Our garments are
Buy a Victory Bond.
Fresh and Pretty
cut; carefully mad
values for the ma
been offered in dr
Blue and White, Pini<
turn-down collars and <
some with full length.
All very prettilyi
Women and Misses sh<
selves two or three of
summer coolness and c
dine arid developed in
trimmings, pockets and
slashed pockets or fanc
Next to Postoffica
)UR 14 POIN
ve prepared for t
[any customers an
Why swelter in
hen we can outfit
'The sleeve ticket
OUR STOCK IS
lm Beach Suits,
rm Beach Oxfords,
app and Barry Oxford
summer vacation, be
u from head to foot, a
e guaranteed in quality
and BOYS' OUTFIT
.LY GOOD VA
for Summer days
e-Dresses. All arc
terials are much t
esses at these pric
:-and-White or Green-and
Sizes, Ladies' 36 to 46. M
nade, novelty strii
Sizes 36 to 50
hable Skirts 0:
>uld lose no time in appr
these dainty models, tha
omfort. Made of extra fi
exceedingly smart models
belts; some with patch pc
y pockets. Belts in various
$1.98 to $
is upon us, but we
he comfort of our
d friends for this
hot, heavy clothes
you in cool, com
tells the price
Kool Cloth Suits,
s, Silk Shirts,
Fashion Park Clothes,
Schloss Bros. Clothes.
sure to remember the
nd do it at the right
/ and fit.
Sumter, S. C.
are these well
>etter than have
es for sometime
54.98 to $7.50
-White, made with
length sleeves, also
isses' 14 to 20.
51.50 to $2.98
es and checks.'
opriating to them
t seem to breathe
ne pique or gabar
Several styles of
>ckets, others with
conceits. All sizes.
Sumter, S. C.
BOUGHT "v" BOND|
Estimates Received From the Federa
MORE TO BE TABULATED
Total Compiled Still Stands at $3,849,
000,000, But Loan Heavily
Washington, May 11.-Fifteen mil
lion Americans bought victory liberty
notes in the campaign which close(
last night, according to estimates re
ceived to'av by the t.'"-.,"ry f:.r
federal reserve hanks. This compar
with about 21,000,000 purchasers a
the fourth loan, 17,000,000 in ti:(
third, 9,400,000 in the second a:
4,000,000 in the first.
A few additional reports of su'i
scriptions came in today, but no a.
tempt was made to tabuiate them, an<(
the treasury announced that the offi
cial total probably would not in
known before May 26. The total
ompiled stood at $3,849,000,000 b i
late reports emphasized the earlier i.
lications that the loan had been hea'
ly over-subscrib2(l. Bans will ha'.
until May 20 to report their subscria
Lions to federal reserve banks, and th
federal reserve banks will report t
the treasury by May 24.
"Reports from all districts ind icab1
hat in practically the entire countr
the quota was taken without materi:
ass istnnce from the banks," said
From Ship Yards.
Victory loan subscriptions report
from forty-eight ship yards of the
ountry reeeived today by the shipp
ing board, showed a total of $15,248,
1)00 raised by employes. The Amer
ican Shipbuilding Company of Phila
delphia, and the Submarine Boal
Building Corporation of Newark, N
.J., subscribed more than $2,000,0t(
each, while two others-Skinner-El
ply. of Seattle, and the Cramps Ship
builing Company, Philadelphia, rais
el more than $1,000,000 each.
Subscribers by Districts.
Federal reserve district committee
estimated the number of subscriber
im their territories as follows:
Minneapolis 1,000,000, Chicago 1,
200,000, Cleveland 1,560,000, Bosto:
940,000, Philadelphia 1,500,000, Sa
Francisco 800,000, Kansas City, 906,
000. The other districts could not (s
timate accurately their subscriben
but based' on the reduced totals a
compared wi'h the fourth loan, th
remaminig five districts should pro
duce enough additional individual sub
seriiers to bring the total up to 15,
(100.000, the treasury announced.
The Chicago and New York district
Unofficial advices from the Atlanta
San Francisco and Dallas districts, al
of which had lagged, indicated tha
although there were no large over
subscriptions, all probably reache(
In New England.
In New England 904 cities an(
towns had achieved their quotas be
fore the closing hour. Tihe Chicag
hdistrict estimated its total at mor
than $745,000,000 of which the cit
of Chicago subscribed about $240,000
000 without the aid of its banks.
The latest figures from the Cleve
land district gave a total of $470,000,
000, about $20,000,000 in excess of th
The Kansas City district reporte
a total of $155,480,150.
Atlanta estimated that every Stat
in that district would reach its quota
Florida, Mississippi and Tennesse
were all safely over and that (lelaye
reports would put Alabama an
Georgia safely over. Tennessee le
the States of that district in over-suL
MIOSTl MOMIENTOUS SESSION
Se nator Sm ith's Opinion of Extra
'al umbiia, May 12.-''"I cons ider t h
c>:traordli nary S e:ssion oif Congres:
calledl to mee'Lt by Pres:(lent WVilso
A'lay. 19, will bae the most mlomlentoua
Session (If Congress since that wvhic
ratifiedl the Federal Constitution," sai
Senator E. D. Smith, who was in Cc
lumblia tod~ay on the way to the~ cot
ton convention, to be open'fed at Nea
Orleanus nex t Tuiesday.
The Senator considers that tih
peacee t reaty, including the league o
nations will be affirmed by the Senat
subhstanltially as signed with the prob
abile exception (of a few amenidments
What these amlendlments, wouild be h
<did not exialain, merely stating thai
in his oninion, they would not mate
rilly effect the treaty.
Senator Smith said that the stat is
t ical position (If cottoni was no~ve
greate'r inl its history than at thi
tiife. "Despite tihe fluctuations ie
dent to agric'altuoral, commercial ani
agricultural read iust ment from a waI
to a pe(ac'e basis,'' he statedl, "1I(de
ciarie t hat. the Itat ist ical position (o
cot ton has never been better. Whlei
the peace treaty is signed there wil
be a dlemandl for approximateli
-).000.000( bal(es of cotton. aind thi
shove'ls oif the world are empty anl
will have to be refi Ild. In my opin
inthe demand will be for1 betweci
'i-lnteenI and( oine-half and (eighteer
b''s (of cotton."'
"The:se' wan(ts will have to hbe filled,'
con'lt inued tihe Senator. ''Andl whalI
do we find. The apnarent visible supi
ply is approximately 5,000,000 bales
short of thet worldl wants (If the nemi
futuore. Ta kingr into consideraition 0r
the c'or!tail ment. of ae'reage, tihe reduec
taon of the purchase in ferti0~.ers. thi
brought oIver supply and that whiich
i's being held for increased nri'(es, will
give a total (If thirteen and one-hal
rn illion bales.''
"Whlat dloes this mean ?" he con
eluded. '"It means that the wvori is
fact to face with a very unuii.mal ex
onomie' c'ond ition-.-a world famine ini
Girove's Tasteless chIll Tonic
restores vitality andi energy by purifying and en.
riching the blood. You can soon feel its 'engh*
snlod Invigorating IEffect P'rio Cr.
SUMMONS FOR R[I[f
The State of South Carolina,
County of Clarendon.
Court of Common Pleas
Commercial Bank & Trust Company,
Wallace Keels and Tourie Brigge,
Copy Summons for Relief
TO THE DEFENDANTS ABOVE
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED
and required to answer the Complaint
in this action of which a copy is here
with served you, and to serve a copy
of your answer to the said Complaint
on the subscribers at their office,
120-122 North Main Street, in the
City of Sumter, S. C., within twenty
(lays after the service hereof, exclu
sive of the (lay of such service; and
if you fail to answer the Complaint
within the time aforesaid, the plain
tiff in this action will apply to the
OLD AGE STAR]
Seienrn says that ohi age begins with
w 4 rl vztpd k -s(Iul&y aud dig -stive oigIIr3*
Tiz~ piuj: trin, it is Pa y to believe
tha t 1,y k(001,1ni the k~idn eys anad di -
gl*:n ivo organs3 rce use'd and1( in ltro:"er
wvet!cI &a Ordera Old :100 (.:ll oe (det! rcd
by i ir0 ( tO nl f dt- i''"oacl that en
joyed by MIe tvei-ag0 per1son.
For over 200 years GCTDL MED.r.
I La. rhct ')I1 Las 120(5 n I reievlnt 11. Iho
w :.al: ce- n mid rlsibi lity rill(! to ad
'Lnlcinn; ;gear::. It. is (ta u tjuar old
tili htn 1101 1 1'i l d n((21(1 no1 1( let ro
I~si I In d il (011 nS4, tllup-- (":lnidLI1( a
thaou, as you W'ould a hill, Avitl a shall,1
No. 1 R
Next to Home B
Sand look ov
Shave to si
~our line ne.
Scome to to
~what we h;
'but would i
J of showing
R you only su
( will give y
( Prices and
aa ways in lint
Sus when in
Court for the relief demanded in the
Lee and Moise,
Dated April 30, A. D. 1919.
TO THE DEFENDANT, TOURIE
You will please take notice that
the Summons, of which the above is
a copy, together with the Complaint
in the above styled action, were filed
in the office of the Clerk of Court of
Common Pleas in the County of Clar
endon, State aforesaid, on May 2,
Lee and Moise,
--22-3t-c. Plaintiff's Attornevs.
All persons having claims against
the Estate of Mariah Hilton, deceased,
will present them duly attested and all
persons owing said Estate will make
--22-3t-p. Qualified Executor.
swallow of water. The oil Stimiates
the kidney a-;u and cua:thIe,.' 10u
,g 3 to thro,' oft the pc oi r. w hia
cause. prema1tu~reOl ay(ei.. Nowv Hif. andi
strengh (Ii 'cr(:L~so a you~ (atztin, :!ze
tretmet. WVl e i cod ; I ohI arc't
(ormtitju taking a Ca ..:u or t
sac wII )coop you in I.calth an'l v:,,or
anal prevent ,. ret nran of the n.
S'0 nt walit until oit ago or diw,,a:o
haved t ied down for good. Go to y air
os.i~L and got a. box of (','A)
21 1 II A. IIalrlemn 011 Ca I: '110. Mdoney
r.fn ded if 01(." do lnt helpi you. Threo
sizes4. Bult rcineini,er to n :lk for the
ill sealer) p~ackages. '
VI E .LR AHONIAT
Y AND FEED CO.
ek and Trust Co.
Low you in (
xt time youi(
wn. It may (
not in the (
st now forlJ
a~ve for sale, J
give us the (
id pleasure (
you thru J
e will show (
ch goods as (
ou service. *
terms al- i
. Stop with (
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