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WEDNESDAY? DECEMBER 14,1904.
Eider ea ar the f?zt Oficc az Sumter g
0.. at Second Class Af Itter.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Clark & Doaust-Auction Sale.
H. G. and C. P. Osteen-Notice.
{Schwartz Bros-Gift giving season.
Chas. M. Gibson-Cabbage Plants.
R. B. Belser-Five nice Lots for
sale.
O'Donnell & Co.-Christmas Shop?
ping.
J. D. Wilder, County Auditor
Tax Returns.
The D. J. Chandler Clothing Co.
Christmas Gifts.
PERSONAL.
Mr. J. I. Brogdon was in town
Saturday. v
Mr. R. C. Blandicg was in the city
Friday.
Mr. R. C. Laughlin, of Anderson,
was in the city Monday.
Mr. W. D. Carnes, bf Bishopville
spent Sunday in the city.
Mr. John A. Blackwell, of Brogdon,
was in town yesterday.
Mr. C. T. Evans, of Spring Hill
was in town Friday.
Mr. Guy Warren, of Mayesville, was
in the city Saturday.
Mr. Guy Nelson, of Stateburg, was
* in the city Saturday.
Mr. C. A. EUerbe, of Hagood, was
in the city Thursday.
Mr. E. B. Muldrow, of Mayesville,
was in town Thursday.
Mr. Jaa L. Gillespie, of Bishop?
ville, is in town today.
Mr. J. S. R. Brown, of Oswego,
was in the city yesterday.
Mr. L. F. Montgomery, of Wisacky,
spent Thursday in the city.
Mr. T. P. Sanders, of Boykins,
was in the city Saturday.
Mr. T. S. Stuckey, of Stateborg
spent r?e yesterday in town.
Mrs. E. C. Haynsworth has return?
ed from a visit to Columbia.
Mr. Felix Dingle, of Summerton,
will be in the city for a week.
Mr. Earl C. Page, of the Colombia
State, was. in the city Sunday.
Mrs. Julia Levy, of Philadelphia, is
j the guest of Mrs. Ferdinand Levi.
Mrs. Abe Levi and Mrs Isaacs, of
Manning are vieiting Mrs. Mitchell
Levi.
Mr. Geo. M. Stuckey, of Bishop?
ville, is registered at the Hotel Jack?
son.
Mr. H. M. Walker, Jr., of Charles
' ton, was in town for a short while
Friday:
Robert H. Singletary, Esq., of Bish?
opville, spent Monday in the city on
business.
Messrs. J. M. Jenkins and - H. C.
" McLeod, of Bemberts spent Saturday
in town.
Dr. George Smith and Mr. R. Fel?
der, of Pinewood, spent Tuesday in
the city.
Thoa. G. McLeod, Esq., of Bishop?
ville was in the city Friday on profes?
sional business.
Mr. R. Sumter Williams went to
Bishopville Saturday afternoon, and
spend Sunday in that city.
Miss Hattie Auld, after a pleasant
visit to Mrs. D. J. Auld, returned to
her home in? Eastover this morning.
Supervisor Seale went to Hagood
yerterday to endeavor to settle a
disj ute ?ver a public road.
Messrs. R. B. Felder and O. D.
Karvin returned to Pinewood Saturday
morning, after a short stay in the
. city.
Mr. and Mrs. .Philip Finn, of
Green ville are in the city to spend the
holidays, with Capt. and Mrs. P. P.
Finn.
Misses Daisy Bowman and Ellen
Harold were called home by the death
of a relative, and remained in the
city until Sunday night
Miss Lila Dick, a trained nurse
from Johns Hopkins' Hospital, is
' spending her -vacation with relatives
at Heriots.
Miss.Roberta Archer, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. J. G. De
Lorme, returned this morning to her
home in Spartanbnrg.
Dr. Archie China has returned from
Savannah, at which place he attended
a meeting of the division surgeons of
the Atlantic Coast Line.
Rev. R. A. Sublett, of Summerton,
who is one of the most paccessfnl far?
mers of Clarendon county, was in the
city Friday.
Mrs. M. S. Nelson of Stateburg bas
purchased through White & McCall um
the Carson residence on Calhoun
street and will remove to this city.
Mrs. C. R. Walker will leave to?
morrow morning for Charleston, where
she will meet her husband, and re?
main for a few days before returning
to Sumter.
Mr. Geo. E. Beaumont, Worshipful
Master of Claremont Lodge, has gone
to Charleston to attend the annual
meeting of the Grand Lodge, A. F.
M., of South Carolina.
Mr. J. C. Ladsbaw, of the firm of
Ladshaw & Ladshaw, mill architects
and hydraulic engineers, of Spartan?
bnrg was in the city for several
days last week business.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Harby with
their little daughter, Marguerite, wont
to Albany, Ga., Saturday afternoon,
where they will remain for several
weeks.
Messrs. J. H. Levy, Walter Cheyne,
Bartow Walsh, L. L Parrott, S. O.
Cantey, Cecil Wilsen, Walter E.
Harris and Geo. D. Levy returned
Friday morning from Summerton where
they went to "work" Summerton
Lodge No. 145, K of P.
Mr. W. C. Brister, of Philadel?
phia, and three friends arrived in the
city Wednesday night. They will re?
main about ten days shooting par?
tridges in the surrounding country.
Mr. Brister, who is the general claim
agent for the Reading Railroad, has
been coming to Sumter every winter
for four or five years.
Invitations have been issued to the
marriage of Mrs. Alys Cole Boozer
and Mr William B. Costin at the
ome of Mr. John J. Harvin, Alcoln,
S. C., Thursday evening, December
22d at 6 o'clock.
MARRIED.
Mr. Irvin Grooms and Miss Mittie
Loe h lear were married on November
24th by Notary Public Sam Newman,
the ceremony being performed at the
home of Mr, Manson Grooms in tbe
' Zoar neighborhood.
Barringer-Biand.
Mayesville, Dec. 8.-One of the
prettiest weddings that Mayesville has
ever witnessed was solemnized last
evening at 8.30 o'colck in the Presby?
terian -church, when Miss Margaret
Elizabeth Barringer and Mr. J. P.
Bland, Jr., were united in the bonds
of wedlock, Rev. Melton Clark, of
Florence, performing the ceremony*
The church was beautifully decorat?
ed in green and white, and the pulpit
. was illumined with the glow of my?
riads of candles.
The minister, having taken his place
in front of the center of the altar,
the bridal party entered to the strains/
of Mendelsohn's Wedding arch, beau?
tifully rendered by Miss Clayton, of
Florence.
First came the ushers, Dr. Law?
rence King, of Florence and Dr. W.
W. Gardner, of Myesville; then Miss
Blanche Barringer, of Florence, and
Miss Jessie Netties^ o* Florence ; Mr.
W. B. Cooper, of Mayesville and Mr.
C. E. Commander, of Columbia Miss
Ila McLeod and Miss Della Reaves,
of Florence, Mr. George Stuckey, of
BishopviHe and Mr. R. A. Chandler,
of Mayesville. The bridesmaids and
groomsmen crossed at the altar, form?
ing a semi-circle. Then came little
Louise King, bearing the ring on a
beautiful cushion of blue and white.
The bride, who came in on the arm
of her brother-in-law Dr. C. E. King,
was proceeded by her maid of honor,
Miss Sarah Barringer, of the Welsh
Neck High School. The groom entered
from the pulpit on the arm of his best
man, Mr. R. F. DesChamps, and met
the bride at the altar. During the
ceremony "Hearts and Flowers" was
softly rendered by the organist.
The bride was beautifully attired in
pure white and wore a long, trailing
veil, carrying in her hand a large
bunch of carnations. The bridesmaids
wore white and carried pink and white
carnations.
After the ceremony the bridal party
returned to the hospitable home of
the bride's brother-in-law, Dr. C. E.
King, where a dainty supper was
served.
Mr. Bland is a prosperous young
farmer, of Mayesville and is very popu?
lar. Miss Barringer is originally from
Florence, but several years since made
her home here with herbrother-in-law,
Dr. C. E. King. Her charming man?
ners and gentle disposition have made
for her many friends.
The happy young couple begin life
together'under bright auspices and
have the best wishes and congratula
\ tions of a wide circle of admiring
friends. Mr.. and Mrs. W. R. Bar?
ringer, Mrs. C. H. Barringer, Mrs.
Wysong and Mrs. Wissant of Flor?
ence, Mrs. Parrott~ of Bishopville and
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Bland of Sumter
were in town yesterday attending the
Barringer-Bland wedding.
DEATH.
Mrs. Thoa. H. Burkett was stricken
with apoplexy Thursday afternoon at
ber home in the Jordon neighbor?
hood, about ^wo and a half miles from
the city, and died at 12 o'clock that
night. The funeral services were
held at 12 o'clock Saturday at the fam?
ily residence.
Mrs. Matilda Barckley age about 66
years, widow of late R. B. Barckley,
died at home in Privateer Saturday
morning, after a month's illness of-par?
alysis, and was buried Sunday
morning at ll o'clock at the Kolb
family burying ground.
Mr. George Murray died at his
home at Stateburg Monday, aged 64
I years. The end came suddenly and
without previous illness, save for a
gradual failing in health for several
months. He was walking in his yard
and was stricken with heart disease
and died - within a few minutes. He
leaves a wife, two sons and four
daughters. The funeral will be held
at the Church of the Holy Cross,
Stateburg, today.
ROBERT TERRY DEAD.
Succumbs to His Seif-lnfiicted Wound
After Days of Suffering.
Mr. Robert Terry who shot himself
on Wednesday night, November 30th,
died at ll o'clock last Wednesday at
the Mood-Osteen Infirmary. He shot
himself in the right chest with a j
44-cahbre revolver, and while the
wound was pronounced extremely dan?
gerous several days his condition
was so favorable that his recovery was
hoped. But first part of the week there
was a change for the worse and while
he rallied slightly Wednesday morning,
there was no real improvement, and
during the afternoon and night he
steadily grew worse until the end
came Thnrsday. The deceasBd was
a son of Mr. John H. Terry, of this
county, and was in his twenty-eighth
year. He had many friend- in this
city and county who were inexpressi?
bly shocked when they beard of his
attempt to take his own life, and his
death will be genuinely regretted by
all who knew him.
He stated when he regained con?
sciousness thc day after the shooting
that he bad not the slightest recollec?
tion of shooting himself and that
there was no reason for his doing so.
I The only explanation he could offer
was that he had been drinking for sev
real days mere than he had ever done
before and that he shot himself while
crazed from drink.
i The case is one of the saddest that
has occurred in this community in a
long time, for there could be nothing
sadder than for a young man in his
prime to be cut down by his own hand.
I The inneral of Mr. Robert Terry
was held at Bethel church, near Os
I wego, at 12 o'clock Friday.
OSTEOPATH?
Corrects the cause of disease and cures
when nothing else wilL Its cures are per?
manent because Natural. All diseases
treated Diseases of Women a Specialty.
/R. li. V. KENNEDY.
Office over Bultman Bros.' Shoe Store,
Sumter. S. C. - Consultation Free.
MEN AND BOYS
APPRECIATE.
Suits, Overcoats, Raincoats, Dress
Vests, Hats, Umbrellas, Glover, Muf?
flers, Neckwear, Hosiery, Suspenders,
Handkerchiefs, Night-robes, Shirts,
Suit Cases,, Walking Canes,
&c, &c.
We know what's right and correct, and we know
what men and boys like.
Every article fairly and reasonably
priced.
THE D. J. CHANDLER
CLOTHING CO.
Phone 166. SUMTER, 5. C
AT
AUCTION.
Sl?iOl?, DEO. ins, il lt Q'SLOBK SHARP AT
Geo. F. Epperson's Stables.
GUARANTEED BROKE HORSES.
Property of Clark & Daoust.
CHANCE FOR A CHRISTMAS GIFT.
These horses will be sold under guarantee to highest bidder
regardless of cost. Come one. Come all. Sale Saturday
rain or shine.
Gift Giving' Season.
We try to make selecting easy for you by
bringing out varieties, myriads of appropriate
things fill our store. Yes, we are ready for the
throngs of gift buyers, and we want to say
right here that we have never been more com?
pletely, more enthusiastically ready than right
now. We will display this week on our centre
tables, the largest single shipment of fancy
china, bric-a-brac, etc., that has ever been
shipped to Sumter.
We Invit? the Ladies to See
This Display .
Then too; you find here the best variety of j
toys of every imaginable kind. Dolls, games,
books, carriages, wagons, furniture, pictures,
fancy work boxes, pin cushions, picture frames
and hundreds of the right kind of little things
for gift giving. You know where to find the
right kind of handkerchiefs, gloves, furs, um?
brellas, shopping bags, rugs, neckwear. Just
opened a large variety of toilet sets and lamps.
Xmas shopping made easy by
Schwartz Bros.
We Take Pleasure In Fitting The
Hard To Fit
Some people think unless they get a tailor
made suit they can't get a fit, but if they will
only give us a call we can soon convince them
they are wrong. Our Stein-Block and Isaac
Hamburgers Clothing fit to profection and also
have that tailored effect that other houses
haven't. Then we claim we can save you ?om
$3.00 to $5.00 a suit by buying from us. This
we can prove to you by giving us a call.
We have just received another shipment of
the famous Walk Over shoes in all styles and
leathers. Our windows are full of holiday gifts,
such as gloves, ties, handkercheifs and muf?
flers. Remember you are always welcome
whether you call to buy or not.
SUMTER CLOTHING CO.,
No. 5, S. MAIN ST. - - 'PHONE 170

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