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We have one of the best assortment of Ladies'
Coats, Dresses and Coat Suits for your selection
in Sumter. We positively sell Ready-to-Wear for
less-Because we buy for less. Buying in such
large quantities for thirty-three stores for cash we
naturally get it cheaper and our motto: "Buy a
Bargain" "Sell a Bargain" is truly demonstrated
in our Ready-to-Wear Department. May we have
the pleasure of showing you Friday and Saturday?
HUNDREDS OF NEW FALL SUITS,
DRESSES AND COATS
I I Ladies' Silk Dresses consist of Canton Crepe,
Satin, Crepe Back Satin. Colors, black, brown, tan
and navy. Beading, embroidered lace and ribbon
trimmed, in all the new styles, worth up to $39.50.
Special price at
One rack Dresses in Poiret Twills and Tricotine.
Beautifully barided, embroidered and beading
trimmed, in navy, made in all the new styles;
worth up to $35.00. Special price at
$22.50 TO $24.50
Ladies' Dresses in Poiret Twills and Tricotine.
Colors, navy. Beautifully tailored. Braid and em
broidery trimmed, in all the new designs; worth up
to $29.50. Special prices for
$16.50, $18.50, $19.50
One rack Ladies' Dresses consists of Poiret
Twills and Tricotines, Canton Crepe and Wool
Crepe. Braid and embroidery trimmed. Colors,
navy, black and browns. All good styles and sizes;
worth up to $19.50. Special price
$8.95 TO $10.95
Ladies' Dresses, Crepe dhe Chine, Tricotine, Wool
Crepe, fancy braided and embroidery trimmed.
Colors, navy and brown. Sizes 16-44; worth up to
$15.00. Special price
One rack Ladies' Suits, in Poiret Twill, Tricotine
and Velour. Braided and embroidery trimmed,
silk lined, plain tailored, in the leading styles. All
silzes; worth up to $35.00. Priced
$18.50 TO $24.50
One lot Ladies' Suits in Serges and Tricotine.
Colors navy. All good styles. Values up to$35.00.
Specially pr1icedl at
$10.50 TO $22.50
Misses' and Juniors' Coats, in all the wanted
materials, beautifully tailored ; worth up to $15.00.
$4.98 TO $10.98
Ladies' Coats, all the new wanted materials,
beautifully tailored; plain and embroidery trim
med and fur collars, silk lined. Biggest values to
$13.95 TO $24.50
SELLS FOR LESS
SUMTER, S. C.
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Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1922
Mr. Harry Curtis :s in Columbia
Mr. L. L. Wells visit:d relatives in
Greenville last week.
Miss Elizabeth Smith of Virginia,
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Guy Br.rnes.
Miss Addie Weinberg is visiting
in New York City.
Marriage licenses were issued last
week to Mr. Abner D. Brown and Miss
Beatrice lucCutcheii both of King
Mr. H. C. McKelvey left Sunday
to visit his mother in Greenville.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Rodgers of Fair
Bluff are visiting relatives in and near
Quite a crowd from Manning at
tended the circus in Sumter, last Sat
There will be a barbecue hot supper
at the Sardinia school house Friday
night, October 20th and dance after.
Mrs. L. B. McCord has returned
home after visiting her mother in
Mullins last week.
Mrs. C. A. McFaddin and Mr. Allen
Sauls have decided to leave Clarendon,
and in a short while will move to Win
The 1921 tax delinquents have been
handed to the Sheriff, and we under
stand there are about 7,000 execu
The Manning Library will be open
on Saturday afternoons from 4:30 to
5:30. Members plhtamo note change
Miss Bessie Reardon, after spend
ing a few weeks with her parents in
Manning, has returned to her duties
at the Columbia Hospital.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the He
brew Congregation of Manning will
sell fancy work, flowers, cake and
candy Friday, October 20th from 10
a. n. until 6 p. m.
Mrs. W. C. Davis, A. C. Bradham
and B. D. Stalnaker left last Thurs
day night for Chattanooga, Tenn.,
where they went as delegates to the
National Layman Convention.
A message came to the Sheriff
yesterday afternoon to look out for l
Robert Spann and Willie Blackwell,
both colored, who had escaped from
the chaingang while working between
Johnson's Cross Roads and New Zion.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dulmage and
little daughter Jewel arrived last
week from Colorado to visit Mis.
Dulmage's parents, Mr. and Mi.. S.
R. Tobias. They made the trip by
automobile in nine days.
Mr. Elliott was in town last Satur
day making inspections for the First
Carolinas Joint Stock Land Bank.
Another inspector will be here n-xt
wveek to inspect all applications then
There will be preaching services
and celebration of the Holy Commun
ion at St. Marks Episcopai church
(Sand Hills) Sunday, October 22nd.,
at 11:30 o'clock a. m. Rev. J. E. HI.
Gaibrath, Rector. Public welcome.
Misses Mattie Appelt, Tora Bagn'al,
Mary Broughton and Messrs. Sam
Barron, Allen Sauls and J. G. Din
kins formed a congenial party for the
circus in Sumter Saturday--staying
over for Lassies' White Minsti'els at
the Opera House that evening.
To members of Men's Bible Class
Methodist Church: Our president, Dr.
D. B. Stalnaker ham returned from
Chattanooga bubbling over with en
thusiasmi from a great meeting he at
tendled. HeT wvill make his report next
Sunday. Every member is urged to
Notice will be found elsewhere of
the teachers' examination on Novem
ber 3rd and November 4th. Every
teacher in the County without a valid
State Certificate sho~uldl take thi.e ex
amination. Permits should be applied
for only by those who might fail. Re
member the dates November 3rd and
F"ire practically dlestroyed the four
wVooden buildings in the rear of the
Levi store Saturday morning about
8 o'clock. The buildings were ac
cupied by A. C. DuBose, grocery, Liz
ziw Odom, restaurant, H oi'ace Nelson,
bai'bershop and Ed McCall, grocery.
'rhe property wvas ownedI by the F. C.
Thomas estate, and we learn there
was no insurance.
The P'axville gradled school began
the new school year Monday morning
thme 9th with a very lai'ge enrollment.
The school has as principal Mr's.
.John K. Breedlin, of Manning. As
sisting her ai'e: Miss Maugarot
Broadway of Paxville, Miss Florence
Stack, of Pinewvood, andl Miss Maud
Sprott of Manning. The opening ex
er'cises were pr'esidled over by Mrs.
Preedin, with scripture reading by
the Rev. M. J. Kyzer, and prayer by
the Rev. G. W. Dukes, of Pinewood.
Inspiring talks were made by each
of these of the board of trustees. The
patrons of the schbol are very much
interested in the work being (lone as
was manifested bthe ahnttendnnen of
A Seasonable and Timely Showing of
About this time of year it feels fine to get into'
an inviting warm suit of winter underwear such
as we are showing. It is a heavy knitted garment,
but of soft twill, and we-have reduced it specially
A for early selling.
You can buy these suits with bodice top "r
with long sleeves and higher nek. We know you
--u will be delighted with the soft snug fit.
The highest form of thrift is to buy the things
you need at prices lower than you would regularly
have to pay. This lot of Women's and Childreni's
knitted u derwear offers that kind of a thrifty op
Good Morning Kiddies
A. Warm Morning to You!
Send them off to school, cozy, warm and happy
in a suit of our warm knitted underwear.
A new flepced weave in union suit or separate
garments which we have pricedt specially,
MORRIS NE SS, .
Weinberg old Stand. -- Manning, S. C.
a large number of them upon the 2 2-3 cups canned string beans. nuptials. At a late hour cards were
opening exercises. 1 slice white bread 1 1-3 inches set aside and a salad course wa
Miss C. E. McClawin of Home thick. served the following guests: Misse
Branch school spent the week-end at 1 slice whole wheat bread 1 inch Barnwell Huggins, Rita Huggins,
the home of Mrs. S. E. Curtis. thick. Tors Bagnal, Mattie yenning, Ro
Mr. T. R. Owen of Adams Run, was 5 1-3 cups cabbage. Ervin, Mattie Appelt, Vallye Appelt
here for a few days last week on a 2 1-2 cups cornflakes. Irene Plowden, Mary E. Dickson and
business trip. 6 prunps- Janie Wilson.
Miss Florence Felder left Sunday 9 saltines. ' .lo
to resume her school duties near Ker- 1 cup creamed celery. THE WINTHROP DAUGHTERS
shaw. Eleanor D. Carson, OF SOUTH CAROLINA ORGANIZE
The Rev. W. G. Elwell of Heath Home Demonstration Agent.
Springs, filled the pulpit of the
Methodist church on Sunday morning. DICKSON-HIGH Miss Leila A. Russell, .Alumnae
Mrs. W. G. Adams and children of Executive Secretary for the winthrop
Sumter, recently visited at the home College Alumnae Association, states.
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs,. M. B. The Dickson-High wedding will that the Winthrop alumnae and form
Corbett before leaving for her new take place this afternoon at 4 o'clock or students scattered throughout the
home at Gaffney. at the Presbyterian Church. State, in every nook and corner of it,
Mrs. Leslie Brunson and children Preceding this event have been a are enthusiastic in taking up the work.
of oswego, were also recent visitors number of parties and showers for of forming local chapters of winthrot
at the home of Mr. M. B. Corbett. the bride. On last Tuesday afternoon Daughters. There is every reas .
Mrs. F. S. Geddings will go to at the hom i.p Mrs. Joseph S. Dick- why this should be true of this body
Newberry, on Friday to attend the son-a ahndkerch ief shower was of young women. Loyalty and grati
State W. C. T. U. convention, given Miss Dickson. This levely home tude are two of the most admirable.
Messrs. J. M. Graham, Fritz Gra- was made attractive with fall flowers qualities of chiaracter. Winithrop Coi,
ham and Mr. Miller are moving their and ferns, the entire lower floor be- lege has rendered the womanhoodof
families to Florence, this week. ing thrown open to the guests. After the State an incomparable service. she
Mr. and Mrs. Luke Ridgill are a game of hearts dice, the bride 'was has given to each of her daughters.
back from a few days visit with rela- called to the front dorbV e-gnruladta hs on o
tives at Summerton. senger boy wih*an imposing pack- men shudcome together and form.
Mr. Eugene Brown of Columbia age. Upon opening the first box, a an organization through which they
recently visited his parents, Mr. and number of' other boxes were found may express their loyalty and grati
Mrs. J. N. Brown. wvithmn. When the last box was open- tude is not mere than should be ex
- ced dozens of dlainty handlkerchiews pected.
EVERYONE INVITED were displayed. These organizations in the variou~
Mrs. Dickson served a delightful counties furnish a valued inca t
Chiropractic Reel at Rex Theatre, c course to her guests, who were through which the graduates and for
Su..ater, Thursday 3 and 8 p. in., Oc- Mise Carolyn Plowvden, Irene Plow- nmer students may keep in touch with.
tobr 9t. neday onhy. Andu- de, Rita Huggins, Mattie yenning, the college and her interests. Ther.
cational picture showing whtChiro- Mattie ApelVaye Appet, Helen serve not only as a means throu;
practic is; with some of the nation- Plowden, Janie Wilson, Fannie J. which one's attitude toward her Alma
ally known men taking part. Davis, Alice Wilson, Mildred Ervin Mater is expressed, but, as one of our
The physicians of Manning and and the bride-elect. Mrs. James Dick- leading educators says: "They ger*
vicnit ar codillyinvtedto eeson gave Miss Dickson a kitchen to unite the College and nubli en
this interesting and instructive pie- shwron Friday afternoon. Her ment much more closely ,f~an any for
ture. All parents should see this, to guests included the young ladies' mal tie could possibly (10"
help them in solving their health class of the Presbyterian Sunday About two-thirds ofthe counties in
probems.School w'th their teachers. Several the State are now organized. Why
problems.exciting contests were held after have the Winthrop Daughters of:
HOME DEMONSTIRATIONE NOTES which a sweet course was served the Clarendon County no such organiza
_____guests. tion ? Let the winthrop graduates'
Diet For the School Child Plowden entertained (lelghtfuy in toran ecitdenwthner or no t here
Every child has a right to be as honor of Mrs. J. B. Barber of F air- should be a Chapter of Winthrop
healthy as present knowledge can fax, who is here for the Dickson-High Daughters in our county
make him, says Miss Lucy H. Gillet _______________ _-________________
In her bulletin on "Diet for the School -- ________
Child." She makes the following sug
gestions for Good Food Habits:
1. Meals should be at the same
hours every dlay. N N ~ E u ~ U~~
2. Plenty of water should be given.
3. Children should be taught to
like things which are good for them;
as milk, eggs, bread, cereals and oth-O rLieo F rdP ts sC mp t.
er grain products, vegetables and
4. Children should not be forced
to eat when not hungry.
5. They should be happy while IN RT)E
6. Plenty of time should be allow.-03---------13
ed for meals.
Sonmc Equivalents in Energy value to30 - - - - - - -$1 0
to a Medium Glass of MilkWiharm kbl gu ane
2 glasses buttermilk.
small baked potatoes. in thm
1 very large baked apple
5 tablespoons mashed potatoes., ,
2 small orainges. U1 J U N
1 cup cooked oatmeal.
1 cup cooked rice. H ns n ~
5 tab>lespoons average cream.Deln r p S vie