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SUITS AND OVERC
180 especially selected,
ly tailored Suits and
coats, worth up to $
SUITS AND OVERC
382 all-wool and w
Suits and Overcoats,
Men's Khaki Pants.
Good values at $3.50
Yobr - $1 t95
11 N. MAIN ST.
WOULD BE A CASE
0f "DOG EAT DOG"
If lioad's re Returned to Private ('on
trol Says Georia Man.
Washingtun. Sept. 22.-George .l .
Brinson. of Savanini.h, G... piiiriial
owner of the .\lidmd ItailwaVy, a shot,
line in Georgia, told the Hlouse inter
state ceomercb coimmit tee hearing on
ra l'ilra reai zati3onf / that1 "the on,011v
horne for little railiriods is for them
to be taken over by the big systems.
TJheir. consolidiat ioni withl the big lines
undier ai regionla Isysteml as proposbeed
in the Senate bill, he ablel, "'was the
only chlanrce forl the~ littIl( roiad o1wn
ers to get. aniythIin g out of t hemil."
A sked I if th shot lin i(will not have
a chance to live after tie ma13in linles
aire ret2.lrnied to prliva te conl1), Al r.
"It wvill be acase of dor: eat log
and 'eery fellow for' himlsel f."
I !e added thbat he wold be g lad Lo
take what hle lob~tll e-et for his road11
an-! "'o back tob the farmii whereVb I
could( maiki living."
"*What bil t hey car' what the ex
penses' ale"' asked .\l i. Hri inson, re fer
ring tob robads under ~l\( C)1)(3 1ovenmen o
trol. "Uncle 5)mn) is paying: tile bill.
Tfhe systemi (of gobvermoenbqt conitrol is
all wronig. Yoult doni't t?:et Itie best
from anly onie."
Mr1 . Hrtinsonbi saidl his irobd ('lst uip
proximately 81.2010) o111bf wichl lhe pro l
0100; in I ,I8 $5X.ti00 andb to SepItembert'
tis yeari $f2,00 *0 1 lie t he t hh
the roadl w'ould be profitabh.b w\henl
The Particular SHOE
Every Pair Guaranteed
I f you want a yoot
d-None C. 0. D. S
Will be sold at 'SMASHIN
order to bring down the "H
PRICES SLASHED TO P1
its and Overcoats made of hil
Ad Suits in all the Newest St3
OATS SUITS AND OV
Over- 377 good wool, flu
27.50; Suits and Overco
i75 up to $30.00
Y our choice
OATS SUITS AND OVI
)rsted 277 serge and wo]
values and Overcoats,
values, worth up
Uncalled 'for Suits i
Men's Pants all sizes,
worth up to $4.50.
Now your $2995
choice _ __ _ *
DON'T FAIL TO I
built a few years ago, but he co m
plained that federal control resulted
in unexp'ected conditions. The gov
:'rnment he saidi, wronged the short
lines when it. did not take them over
mo the same basis as main lines.
iNEW D 001) BANK
('ITEC'KS Ill SHORT
tateien( ssued By Stiate Bank
C'olumbhia, Sept. ~2.--Ani app~arent
;hor'tage of $4 ,91 I8.59 hats beeni found
ni the Bank of PinegvoJod, Sumter
'ouinty, b~y the State hank e'xamilner's
>dlce. ('. P. Iluff', who w.as found
lead in his room at the P'alaice II otel,
inn lFrancisco, Cal., on Septr mb~tr 11,
mnder rather mysterious circum
tances, was the ('ash ier of the Hank
Relative to the shortage, J1am a 11.
'raig, State hank examiner, ,ave
>ult the following stateimet
"N umnerous inq~u irie's have 'omne to
n)e relative to the condlit ion -of the
Ban k of Pinewooud, following the
leath of its eash ier. ( . P. I luff, who
xas found dead in his room at the
P'ahtee Ilotel, San lFrancisco, Cal., on
''In order' to answer all inquiries
ull, as well as toC set at rest any
1oubts that might exist. locally, I have
hougrht lest to in formn those con
erned in a pulie way.
I earen ing 01' thIe delayed absence
,' the cashier, unexphainedl, a r'epre
on')taitive' of' the State' banmk examin
-r's office was senIt to imke ant ex
in iat ion. Hf epormted erl (''iri i
for Particular Men
t and one Price to 'ali
Barry Shoe, See
ale Started Friday at 8.
00 Worth of I
G PRICES" at Our Chain of Sto:
IGH COST OF LIVING" we are
MPLE SUITS AND 0
,h.grade Woolens of Sample Ens
Tles and Shades-Come, See for
@RCOATS SUITS AND O
ie tailored 210,fine wool Suit
ats, worth coats, good value
19.75 $82.50. Your
RCOATS SUITS AND O
'sted Suits 196 silk lined
some silk Overcoats, latest
c eptional this fall's showir
31.75 to $45.00.
Your choice _
mnd Overcoats to be
Men's worsted and
corduroy Pants $5.50.
3UY YOUR FALL AP
At this Tremendous S.
L. T. GILLE;
regularities, enough to justify an im- 31!
mediate audit. In compliance with
the suggestion, the services of a com
petent accountant were secured and
the audit made. The accountant re
ports a total shortage of $4,918.59,
of which amount $3,150 were liberty
b5)n(s pledged as collateral that had
been extracted and in some way dis
posed of. The remaining items were
small, severally. The former cashier
was under a surety bond of $5,000,
whiich wvil more than cover the 'short
age. The loss ascertained, is not suf
ficient to impair the capjital of the~
bank. The bank is perfectry solvent
aund the public will not lose a dollar
0n aIccount or the ap~parent shortage.
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Druggst. :efund money If PAZO OINTMENT fall,
to cure I tchinBi d, Bi l ieeding or Protruding Piles.
Instantily relleves Itching Piles, and you can get
restful sleep after the h1rst application. Price 60e
State nient otf the Condition of'
BANK OF TURBEVILLE
Located at Tfurheville, S. C., at the
close of business September 12. 1919.
Loans atnd discounts .. -.35,810.81
IBonds atnd stock ownei by
the hank .. .-- -- - 2.000.00
Pu rniture and fixtures - , 695.81
Hanking house - - -- 2,830.16
D~ue from banks and bank
ers .. ... .. .- 15,104.70
Currency - - .. --- -. . 1 .982.00
Si lver and other minor coin) I,120.83
Cheeks and cash items - 1,219.21
Victory' bonds as ensh items 450.00
' TOT1 A L. _ - -. . $65,317.71
t'apital stock paid in - 12.500.00
Surplus fund .... .. 1,250.o0
Uiv ~ided profits, lesseu.
rent expenses and taxes' pa id 800.36
ndiv idualItci~taig deposits .JO0
sublject to chheek 4 .7,1 24.79.
of dleposit .....2,825.00
TFOT AIL. _ ... ..$65,317.71
STIATE' O1F SOUTII! CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon -ss.
Before me came E. E. Iimons,
('achier of the ahove namniu banik, who,
be-hay duiv sworn, says that the abv
and foregoing statement is a true
cond Iit ion of said banik, as shown by
the books of saidl bank.
it. E. Tlimmons.
Swvorni to anad subscribed b)efore me
this 19th, day of September 1919.
Wmn. .J. Tfurbeville,
Notary'Public for S. C.
Correct A ttest :- D. M. 'Turbeville,
.Ino. tP. 'fbvlle D. L. G rcn a.Jiree
A.'M. Every Garment Sold B
res. Sale Starts at this Store Friday, at 8
making this "TREMENDOUS SACRIFIC
VERCOATS MUST GO.
Is, made in our Daylight Shops- Youil1
Yourself the Wonderful Values.
'ERCOATS SUITS AND OVERCOAT;
s and Over- 249 Young Men's Suits any
2s, up to Overcoats, worth up t
$21.75 $33.00. Your $24.7
ERCOATS SUITS AND OVERCOAT:
Suits and 352 Suits and Overcoat.
models. All latest models. All this fall'
gs. Worth showing. ' Worth up ti
$34.75 $50.00. Your $36.7c
Sold at 25 to 30 per cent <
This lot of assorted Pants in this I
fine Pants, worth up exceptional
to $7.50 Worth up to
touoi$ 0 $ 95 Your $r
Your choice . choice
4D WINTER SUIT AND OVE
q MILLS CO.
For Fall and X
We offer this fall the largest stock of
Ladies', Misses, Children and Men.
Prices on all shoes now in stock are fr
shoe prices. It will pay 'you to see our line
Dressy 'School Shoes
for Misses -
The kindl that fit well arnd wear '
well. .A large selection to choose
from :in different leathers. Sizes
11 1-2.to 2, . __ --$3.50 to $6.00 ,
D~on't forget we always carry a
big line of shoes for the children.
.Shoo the kiddies here; we'll shoe
them .home, in the right shoes for
SIJAW .& McCOLI
Phone 68 -
Limmmumnu m uuum nmmm$un:m
y 'm . ".. 1" ' m'
elo,w Present Wholesale
A. M. In
Good Raincoats, fine value
at $10. Your choice $4.95
3 SUITS AND OVERCOATS
245 sample Suits and Over
coats. Remarkable values,
worth up to $37.50 ' Your r
3 SUITS AND OVERCOATS
204 Suits and Overcoats,
- none better. All the finest.
S materials . and tailoring.
Worth up to $60.00.
choice --- $ 97
)n the Dollar.
ot are Big asortment of
values. these fine trousers.
$8.50. Values up to $10.00.
.95 While they $6.95
SUMTER, S. C.
shoes we have ever carried, for
om $1.50 to $2.50 under present dlay
before you buy shoes this season.
3ress Shoes-..._--.._--_$6. to $12.50 f
Nork Shoes ____...$3. to $10.
rhe values are there for what you
A large line including Patents,
iun Metals, Brown's and Nut col
>r's. Psices from $5 to $15.
Especially good values at $7.00
An attractive lot of lowv heel
~hoes for growing girls in sizes, 2
-2 to 7. Prices from $4. to C".';.
4UM MERC. WC0:
SUMTER, S. C.