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Style Exclusiveness in
New Boots for Women
A Distinctive Feature of Our
New Utz & Dunn Fall Models
The Utmost in Style and Quality
$8.00 to $13.50
You must consider the high character and sustained reputa
tion for real values when comparing "Utz & Dunn" shoes with
those of ordinary make.
Here is the utmost in style, fit, quality and wear.
Smart walking boots and boots of pleasing style.
It is to your interest to visit our shoe department.
The Store That Sells for Cash"
BLANKE T S
Having done my bit in keeping the boys warm in the trenches
I have now returned to my old Camping Ground where I have
made headquarters among you for more than 30 years. I know
you missed me (luring those cold winter nights when you were
shivering with cold, but it was not my fault. Uncle Sam said his
boys who were fighting for World freedom, had the first claim on
me, and I am sure you will agree with him. I hope Uncle Sam
will never call me into service. And it is my wish that you will
always find me, where it is my pleasure to be, at
O'Donnell Dry Goods Co.,
Phone 878 SUMTER, S. C.
These are splendid recipes for using
the homely pear and grapes.
Pear Mince Meat:
1 qt. peelings, chipped fine (save I
when pears are canned or preserved )
1 qt. pear pulp, chipped in small
picecs, 1 cup raisins or grapes, 1 can
pine apple, cubbed; 2 small or 1 large
lemon cut in cubes (use pulp and
grated rind) ; 3-4 pint of honey or
syrup or 2 measure cups sugar (1
pint ), 1 teaspoon powdered ginger, 1I
teas non powderedl cinnamon, I tea
spoen gradted nutmeg, 1 1-2 cup
wat' r. Boil until thick. Seal in steri
lizedl jars. Process 10 minutes.
This is the best mrch mincemeat
known. It makes delicious pies.
Pear Honey D~ew:
1 qt. grated pear pulp, 1 can grated
pineapple, 2 lemons or I large orange
(grated), 1 1-4 cups crystal syrup or
honey or 1 1-2 cups of sugar. Boil
until thick. In .packing, garnish with
rings of pear cut in 1-4 inch slices.
Place, Maraschino cherries in core
cavity. Pack in sterilized jars. Pro
cess 10 minutes.
Muscandine grape mincemeat is an
other appetizing and dlistinc tive pro
duct, somewhat like conserves, hut|
cheaper, and containing fewer ingre
dients. No oranges are required. This
is an important consideration. In mak
ing pies equal parts of mincemeat and
chopped aplel(s or per are used, but
the mincemeat is a delicious product
Pulp grapes, placing pul p in one
vessel and hulls in another. Cover
hulls with water, boil violently until
tender, and run through a meat grind
er, using coarest plate. To pulp and
juice add a teacup of water (12 pint)
for every qjt. of pulp and juice; boil
until tender (about 15 mini.), and run
through a colander to eliminate seeds5.
Then mix pulp, juice, and hulls, and to
every (It. of mixture add.
The pulp) of 1 lemon, the ground
white rind of 1 lemon, 2 cups (1 pint)
sugar and one grated nutmeg. Boil
until thick, smooth consistency-that
is until it flakes when poured froni
Use pears not quite ripe. Peel
core and cut pgars in thin slices. E
8 poundls pears, allow 6 pounds sugar
1 cup water and juice of 4 lemons. Cui
lemon rinds in thin strips and adt
Sthem. Also add one-eighth pound ginig
or root cut in pieces. Simm1er inti
thick na marmalade. Pack hot in ho
Ladies and 4
20, $25 and
f Sizes Today
)ur Windows for
ars and seal at once; or process, sim
nering, 30 minutes.
7 pounds seedless pulps, hulls and
uice of grapes, 5 pounds sugar, 3 level
tablespoons powdered cinnamon, 3
evel tablespoons whole cloves.
Boil until thick, pack in sterilized
jars, seal and process 10 min.
Wash, parch and shell peanuts.
Grind four times through a food chop
per or one time, using butter plate.
To 1 quart peanut pulp, add: 5
level tablespoons apple jelly, 3 level
Leaspoons salt, 1 level teaspoon powd
ered cinnamon or grated 'nutmeg.
Mix thoroughly, pack in glases or
small jars, paddel for bubbles and
seal. Process 4 oz. glasses 6 mint.
6 oz. glasses 8 mini.
8 oz. glasses 10 min.
Peanut butter may be mlade by adl
ding 2 oz. salt to 6 qts. peanut pulp
andl pressing 1 hour. (simmering).
Wash, parch and shell peanuts.
Mix in equal parts of salt and butter.
Heat in warm oven and putt in para
Mrs. Edna A. Mc! . rson,
Asistant Emergency Home D~emon
REFU'SES TO INVITE KING
Milwaukee, Sept. 22.-"! stand for
the man who works. To hell with
This quotation closes a letter to A
TV. Vanscoy, president of the Milwau
kee Association of Commerce, fron
Mayor Hloan, in which the letter re
fuses to invite King Albert andl Queer
Elizabeth of Belgium to visit Mil.
wvan~kee. The mayor off'ers, however
to forward such an invitation present
ed by any group of citizens.
ARE YOU NERVOUS?
Maybe There is a Cause For It Tha
You Can Correct.
Many who suffer from backache an<
weak kidneys are unnaturally irrit
able, fretful and nervous. Not onl:
does constant backache "get on th,
nerves," but bad kidneys fail to eli
inate all the uric acid from the sys
tem, and uric acidl irritates the nerve
keeping one "on edge," and causin
rheumatic, neuralgic pains. Whe
Isuffering so, try Doan's Kidney Pilh
.the medicine so well-recommended b
I Manning People. Read this Mannin
umter, S. C.
Mrs. B. F. Lowder, Dinkel. St.,
says: "I had a slight attack of kid
ney trouble about three years ago
which started with smart pains
throug ithe small of my back. Head
aches bothered me a good deal, and
sometimes I was so nervous I couldn't
hold anything in my hand. I- was
bothered with dizzy spells, too, and
black specks often came before me, in
fact, I was feeling all out of fix. A
friend told me about Doan's Kidney
Pills and I got some. Doan's not only
helped me but cured me entirely of
the trouble as I haven't been liother
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask t'or a kidney remedy--get
Doan's Kidniey Pils-the same that
Mrs. Lowder had. Foster-Milburn Co:
Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
Statement of the Condition of
BANK OF PINEWOOD
Located at Pinewood, S. C., at the
close of business Sept. 12, 1919.
Loans and discounts-......166,926.24
Overdraft~s not secured _.... .3,543.73
Bonds andl stacks owned by
the bank ...... ..... -.. -..30,590.00
F~urniture and fixtures _ .. ...1,200.00
Banking~ house -........1,400.00
Due from banks and bank-.
ers--...- ..- _.- ...... ..17,136.77
Currency-..._...- .....---- .....1,097,00
Silver and other minor coin . .314.31
Checks and cash items ... ....1,094.33
LIA BI LITIES
Capital stock paid in-....10,000.00
Surplun fund-..-...-.-.. .. ......,000.00
Undivided profits, less cur
rent expenses and taxes
paidl '... ..... ..>......2,117.31
Due 'to banks and bankers-...95.59
subject to check..62,196.29
Savings deposits ....22,664.05
Cashier's cheeks .. .342.66
t Bills payable, including cer
tificates for money bororw
ed . ................112,000.
T 'OTA L-.......---......$224,280.90
- STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Beor County of Clarendon SS.
Bfore me came R. .J. Aycock, Cash
irof the above named bank, who, be
- ing (duly sworn, says that the above
- and foregoing statement is a true con
dition of said bank, as shown by the
b ooks of said bank.
R. J. Aycock.
aSworn to and subscribed beforege'
this 18th, day of September 1019.
' D. R. Lide,
Correct Atteet:-Geo. Tind al, R. 0.
Rinehart P. H. Brogttan. Directors.