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Mrs. E C. Nettles
VIfteen standard u'nits high scho<
history Science andI penmanship. '
Studenf a for, Winthrop and Clemsbr
Thorough grounding. Rapid progr-e
year than otherwise in two.
Commercial Course: An efficient
ant for this department which covers at
Course, also shorthand, bookkeeping, a
English, arithmectic and] spellinig essen
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sefaB h onyji Tesedy r.
On te as dy fheaNNy SO
not bteen sticand hard ofuntigh ys-h
tery morinc.e s1(eneneimp.
Mtuen pis$ for nthe n CZemin
toroug m. manatdifr. -epid pge
yeema thsandrws kin diseses
Sdant for cets eamnt $1yhickos a
Crure, Mosoandokeing, S.C
You~sh arithmtan speliguest
CnynCicoHJ. C .it~ ofBio
ars of hrin wa h
oU can bu
buy it I
triety is large, at
ire of high gradE
able and satisfa<
e our big sellers
1 of these new r
le, so come in n
, English, French, Latin, mathematics
'.horough preparation for any college
win honors. Individual instruction
is. Students accomplish1 more in omr
gentleman has been secured as assist
three or six.month's complete Businesi
nd typewritink courses. High schoo
tial. Enroll today. Session begins
ed last year in the Court of General
Sessions calls for seven months' con
finemnent in the Penitentiary or seven
months' service on th~e county chain
gang.---Nwews and Courier.
HIOLD UP EXPRESS TRAIN
Chicago, Aug. 9.--Four armed men
tornight hold up the New York-Chi
eago day express train on the Penn
sylvania Railroad neay Englewood sta
ion in the Chicago suburbs. A din
ng car stewardl who resisted one of
:he bandidlts was shot and woundled
n the jaw.
Aiken, August 9.-Chief of Police
olhn Clecfy andl his six ofilcers march
dl in a body to the city hall this even..
rig andl, placing their hadges, clubs
nd revolvers on the dlesk, resgned
rom the force. The~ act was the oi'it
rme of Mayor Mosley Placing a 'flne
fonly thirty dollars on Ed C. Mosely,
wvhite ian, who threatened it is
Ileged, to shoot omicers on the public
Fifteenth 'Hudson I
Speedster. This E
get a Super Six.
Sumter, S. C. M s
y an A-1 Suit now
de a fortunate pu
be price. We are I
vill'still be down
ving wvhat the nexi
it's the safest.
id we have them
material, are, sp
and there is no
nodels are "Knoc
ow and make you
-streets Sunday. The resignation of
the officers was accompanie(d with a
protest against the small fine imposed.
The city authorities are out tonight
nusily engaging men to serve on the
Mrtgomery, Ala., Aug. 1.-Based
on information he has received to the
effect that prices far below the cost
of production will be offered farmers
of the South this season cotton seed
and peanuts, Miles C. Algood, Com
mnissioner of Agricul turie for Alabama,
todlay wired commissioner~s of all
Southern States, urging a conference
at Memphis on August 20 to dliscuss
HO)W TH'IE BABY SUF'FERED)!
,Iar little bodly was red, inflamed,
and itching with eczema, or some
kindred rash. Other treatments fail
ed, but Zemerine mnade her healthy3
and comfortable. Sold1 for $1 and 50
cents b~y Dickson Drug Store, Manni
nmug, S. C. -
STATE 0OF SOUJTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendlon*
COUIIT OF COMMON PLEAS
SUMMONS FOR RELIEF
(Complaint not Served)
Mitchell Levi andl Ferdlinandl Levi, co
partners under the firm name andl
style of Levi Bros. Plaintiffs,
Boykin Cantey, Ben Cantey, Rose Boz
Ier, Irene McBride, Agnes Watson,
Dorcas Martin, Willie Cantey, Es
telle Wells, Stella Cantly, Reva
TIaylor', Samuel Cantey, Daniel I
Cantey, Ben Green, Julia ,J. Cantey, I
and Rena Ellis, D~efendannts.
TO THlE DEF'ENDANT1 Rena Ellis
YOU are hereby summonled and re
IuIredl to answer the complaint in this
ection, which is filed in the Ofrnce of
~ho' Clerk of the Court of Common
leas, for the said County, aiid to
CIrve ai copy of your answver to theI
mid complaint on the subscriber at
U~S ofliice, in the city of Sumter, S. C.
vithim twenty (lays after the service
ereof. exclusive of the (lay of such
er-vice; and if you fail to answer the
omnplaint within the time aforesaid,
he plaintifT in this action will ap~ply
a the Court for the relief demnandedl
Dated F'ebruary 16th 1920.
Wendlell M. Levi,
o ThIE DEF'ENDA'1 Rena Ei:
TAKE NOTICE th~t the compllairnt
Ithis action together wvith the sum
ons, of wvhich, the foregoing is a
>py was filed in the ofilce of the
lerk of Court of Common Pleas for
larendon County, in the State of
)uth Carolina, on the 20th (lay of
Wendell M. Levi,
Plaintiff's Attmr.m, U
but his Su1
for a very reasonable
rchase in which the who
Zeeping it down. Whe
:n these suits. But we
t consignmernt will co4
.or all sizes, conditio
end.tidly made, and - w
d Franko M
other make in the woi
ked Down" in, our gr
In keeping with our
Good Merchandise at Rea
D~ubbelbijlt Boys' Clothes fr
Every suit of D~ubbelb~
for six months wear ,we v
you are dissatisfied.
"We have the exclusiv
Clothes in Sumter."
(The Real HIome of Hart Sce1
mu uuumu m m.....
price from us.
n you come to
have no means
;t. Better buy
ns and occasions.
ill give you long,
.ld any better.
' Clothes !
>Olicy of giving our customers
isonable Prices, we will off er
>r this fall.
ilt Boys' Clothes is guaranteed
/ill give your boy a new suit if
e Agency for Dubbelbilt Boys'
affner & Marx Clothes)
R, S. C.