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.THEE TH EYSI
BUSY WITH PLANNINC U
New Outfits For School!
On every side now is heard the pleasant buzz of
excitement of getting ready for the new school term,
and long experience has taught us just what is most
- For the Girls- - For the Boys
Sweaters, Dresses, Shirtwaists, New Fall Suits, extra Pants.
new, crisp Fall Fabrics of every
description, Shoes, Oxfords, Shirts, Blouses, Shoes, Stockings
Hosiery, and they are all priced and everything needed to com
at a very low margin. plete his School Outfit.
We take great pleasure in fitting the boys and girls.
Send them here for the "Better Values"
O'Donnell Dry Goods Co.
SUMTER, S. C.
There is Danger
in Sudden Spurts
There is Safety in
- Steady Growth
Spasmodic plunging in
* money matters often brings
Depositing your savings
in this bank brings ultimate
success and comfort-notI
so spectular, but safe, sure
and devoid of risk of any
Have you a savings ac
count with us?
? ~HOME BANK & TRUST Co.
Put it to any
While th3 Fordson Tractor has power
in plenty to drag plows and harrows
through the heaviest soil, it is light
encugh, small enough and so easily
controlled that it can handily be put to
mary tasks about the farm, that will
save you time, money and work.
In fact the Fordson will do every power
job, both drv-bar and belt, more quick
ly and at les3 cost than it can be done
with any other form of power. So every
month the whole.year 'round the always
dependable Fordson will prove itself a
paying investment, because of its capa
bilities, its economy and efficiency.
We will gl':-"y explain and dernorstrate
to you the many Fordson money-mak
ing, tirne-saving features. Call, write
Clarendon Motor Co.
F. R. Dingle
W. C. Plowden
cord by covering the 61.1 1-2 miles in fell the latest arrival in his 18-day
27 hours elapsed time, which, in the journey the attenuants are unable t)
opinion of Albert Jacobson, expert in tell. it is suposell that he became
charge of homing pigeons, means less weak and Was obliged to Stol and
than 16l hours actual flying. This bird search for food and shelter. That he
bore a message from Mayor Thomp- was able to resume his flight and fid
son to President Harding. Tie speed way i regarded at Beltsville as a re
with which he covered the distance illrkable cxlibition of the homing in
seemed to indicate that he realized the Stinet.
importance of his errand, but when he
arrived at the home loft lie was so (AREFI' L SELECTION LEM8ENS
overcoml)e1 with mlodesty that he slip- BROOlDiNESS,
ped in Without open ringing the signal.
Supt. Jacobson had been making hour- Broody liens, like wayward childreii,
ly pisits to the loft and found hima r ra ici ltt l i aet
there, and the record was oflicia lya la0)leoI':un'' ictollwa
e locked at the homing pigeon club,.aet owtI hm hti h n
The shortest actual flying time ever o h itt~.cnen feeyai
mnadet before between the two po its b~osail(itI salc1111'mi
was 25 hours,.ots a h i~e~tne111dV~t
The secondl birdl, be'aring a message ml 'oi 'saI bc
to Contessman Bi~ntten, arrived Aug. Ut t ttsI)pr a fAgi
7. A not her, bearing a dluplicate mnes- lit ) ltll1Ih trtI oscl i
sage, reached Dry Fork, Va., where it rd~\Y0 kIYb ae 1
beenm exastedl and was taken iniigd 11Ilitllslttitt
by a farer Wthat m isadventures be- \ sc l(tao lllli
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Attorney at Law
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On Real Estate--Small and Large trblsaedeseytoi
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TH AMERICAN LEGION
WEEKY NEWS LTIER
The body of Frederick W. Galbraith
Jr., national commander of the Ameri
can Legion at the time of his acciden
tal death at Indianapolis, Ind., in June,
will not be interred in Arlington na
tidnal cemetery at Washington, D. C.,
according to advices last week from
the widow and brother of the late
commander. Burial will be made at
Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati,
0., where the body was placed in a
temporary vault following the largest
military funeral in America since the
With the practical closing of the
harvest season, the employment of
flee of an American Legion post at
Aberdeen, S. D., where I. W. W.'s tried
to cause a general "strike" among
farm hands, has closed. In three
weeks the Legion served 1,017 free
meals, found jobs for 617 men, gave
304 places to sleep, gave 373 free
baths and 12 treatment by the poit
Th., city election in Birmingham,
Ala., way be postponed at the request
of an American Legion post of that
city. The service men want to vote.
When a law exempting them from
poll tax was declared unconstitution
al recently, the men were disqualified
as voters. Thirty thousand world war
veterans of the state are affected.
Evidence of the plight of unemploy
ed service men was carried to cultured
Boston, Mass., last week when Ar
mand T. Gaudreau, University of
Maine graduate besought the Ameri
can Liegion employment bureau for
any work that he could do. Previous
ly Gandreau, dressed in his collegiate
cap and gown, appeared in the streets
of the banking section, selling news
A silver reprolduction of the historic
statute atop Castle San Angelo, Itly,
mounted onl a pedestal of stone fromI
Mount Grappa, will be brought to the
American Legion by General Armado
Diaz, commander of the Italian arnics
when he attends the Legion conven
tion at Kansas City in October, cable
To seni back to her home on the
Rhine the German widow of an Am
erican doughboy, wearer of live battle
clasps anid cited for valor, the Ameri
can Legion of New York is raising a
fund of $250. Tle veteran met his
bride while with the Army of Occupa
tion and through illness left. her prac
tically plenniless upon his recent
.Josephus Daniels, former secretary
of the navy, and Charles R. Rorbes,
national director of the bureau of war
risk insurance, spoke on the same
platform in addressing the state con
vention of the American Legion of
North Carolina last week.
The old Grand Pacific Hotel in Chi
cago wVill be taken over by the Am
eroaan Leg.ion of that city for the ex
clusive use of, hom'ess and jobless
service men in plans now being work
ed out by the Legionnaires. Accomo
<ations will be provided for 1000 men.
When President Harding visits Bir
mingham, Ala., in October, he will be
attended by an honor guard of 1,000
members of the American Legion,
drawn from each of the 80 posts of
The parents of Merle Ilay, one of
the first three Americans killed in the
world war, will receive no insurance
because their boy died before the war
risk act became operative. The Ain
erican LTegion of Iowa, Hay's home
state, has 1)etitioned for the parents'
relief and is seeking to find any other
pa rents who sons "d(i ed too soon.''
Mlic'h:el 1E. Cassidly, member of the
A mericani Legion Post at Bisbee, Ari..
zona, ancd morale (itlicer at Camp Codiy,
New Mexico, durim!i the wvar, was hist
week ap~poinited(, applropr'iately enough
1pro1hiiton director' for his arid state'.
SENT lOM~ PRI1SON
Ossining, N. Y., Auig. 2').-Cn t
who deal1t in) spurious cheeks beftore
looingj inmates of Sm..: o'' pris
oni hiave coninuedi1i'( to ply their
t:-ad behind pr'ison wal!.1, i was
fcern'ed todnay' when it developed' thbat
cheeks totalling $14 ,000 n been
fore'(al by prisoners ass~i .'e to olice
it) Tjhree nitn have b 'e': lac)~ei
..ol itar ci1,(onfinemen, I. Wai V'rden
'.us hasbi begun an inivest ~"at on.
Iihm nc~heck s torn fromi~ th' ba0ck
of thi. pis~-on check hoa v etre sai I
S.> have been used by ti con~iVais.
in the past eight. weeks an m ve
tr eight. of the forged ..h) 'eks we're
sai to have bey.i re. I to the'
1'''K Y P'IGEON JFIND:S WAY
11OMEH AFTER EIG~ITEEN 1)AYS
Seveniteeni hiys bellind hiis fastest
('oilaiotn11, a wid(-buiffete(d buit pluck v
homning p igeon pushedI thriough the
trap t hat r'ings the autonmatic hell at
tlie I Jiiitedl States D~epart ment of Ag
riceulture poul1try h}msbanrty farem at
Beltsville WVedne'sday imorning hear
mg a mei(ssamge fronm~ Mayo r 'Thomp isoni
of C~hicaigo, to (Congr'ssm10ial Martin'i
E., Mal~dden, of lllinois. lIe is the
third to reach home out of 10) birds
fromi the farmll, wvhich wee( liberia ted
as parit of the Clhicago P agent of
P'rogress. .July 30.
One of these broke ai wold's reC
G. C. COOPER,
Glasses Fitted, Broken
SUMTERL S. C.