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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6. 1909.
Cntored at the PnntnAlee et Sumter, 8.
C ee Second Clean Metier.
NKW ADVERTISE M K NTS.
Chen. M Stielt?Built on Honor.
W. A. Thompson? Which Shell It
*ch warts Broa.?No Scarcity of
W. A. Thompson?The Moat Oive
The D. J. Chandler Clothing Co.?
Reidy for Fall Outfitting.
Mr. W. 8. Bason, of Spartanburg.
wee in ths city on business Frldsy.
Mr. R. 8. DeeChamps. a prominent
cltisen of Plnewood, was In Sumter
Mr. William Robinson, of Charles?
ton, la In ths city.
Mr. K. W. Coggesha. . an Influen?
tial citizen of Darlington, la on a bus?
iness visit to Sumter.
Mr. J. W. Hurrell. a well known
resident of Chsraw. Is In town.
Mr. J. B. Cololough. of Columbia,
was In the city on business Friday.
Miss Notts Coibett. a popular
young ledy of Mayesvllle. ia In the
Mr. H. C. King, a popular Charles
tonian. is In Sumter.
Mr. W. M. Fair, of Elliotts, was In
the city Friday.
Mr. 8. I. Till, a popular resident
of Menning. spent several days in
Sumter on business.
Mrs, 8. J. Vtllenenne and little
grandson, Archie DuRant. are visit?
ing Mrs. Bdgar DuRant.
Mr. Robt. Griffin, of Plnewood.
came through here on his way beck
to Charles on. where hs will ettend
school at ths Citadel. /
Mrs. D. W. Cunningham, of Dar?
lington la visiting her mother, Mrs.
J. C. Dove.
Dr. R. B. Furman. of Privateer,
wee In the city on business Friday.
Mr. J. C. Durant. of Durnnt's.
epent Friday in town.
Mrs. Joeeph M. Chandler, who has
been spending the summer at T?te
Springs end Atlanta, returned home
Mr. Duaae Wannamaker left en
FyWr for Charleston to enter the
cCoVeg e of Charleston.
Mrs. J. C. Dove end family ream?
ed Thursday from delude, where they
epent the summer.
Ree. H. H Covington. left Friday
?er Old Pehst Comfort. Va., where he
[M snetrd several weeks recuperat
hag frnje hie recent severe Illness.
Mr. T. H Clark left on Saturday
for New left, ? here he goe*
replenish stock for the Sumter Drj
Miss Evelyn Star Stsmberger has
returned to the city after a two
month's visit to Now York.
Mrs W. B. Murray end Miss Marie
Murray, of Montgomery, are visiting
Mrs. N. O. Osteen.
Mr. J. B. DuPre, of Plsgah, ipent
onday In town.
Col. J. A. Rhame. of Lynchburg,
was In the city on business Monday.
Messrs. A. K. and T. O. Sanders, of
Hagood. spent Monday In town.
Mr. Etile Law. of Elliotts, was in
th ? eity Monday.
Mr. W. M. Lcvl left on Monday
tor Charleston, where hs will enter
the College of Charleaton.
Mr. C. Elvin Stubba has gone to
Oreeavtlle on a business trip.
Mr. B. C. Wallace Is spending a ten
days in Columbia on business.
Mr R. M. Cooper, of Wisacky. was
In town Monday.
Mr. D. W. Cunningham, of Dar?
lington, sp nt Sunday in th city.
Miss Hut nt- Lou Jones la tdetttajf
her Meter, Mrs C. s. Curtis, of this
Mr. A. B. Sulllvsn returned on Mon?
day to his home in Rock Hill.
Mr R. M. Jones, of Brogdon. spent
Sunday In the city.
ilthvllle, Oct. 4 ?Mr. James Rob?
erteon, of Smlthvllle. died at his home
last night and will be burled at Smith
virte tomorrow it 11 o'clock. He has
been sick. for s long time and was
about S3 years old. He leaves a wid?
ow end several children.
A negro nsmed Klblsr. who wsa
arrested In Eastover at the request of
Cmlef of roller Bradford, who wanted
him for petit larceny, escaped from
the Bsstover cslsboose Thursday by
burning a hole In the wall of his
Wrdle Col. Leroy Springe and a
part* were returning to Lancaster
from an automobile trip In the coun?
try they were ftred on from ambush.
No one was hit by the bullet.
Ready For Fall Outfitting!
E don't care whether you are ready to
buy your Fall Suit now or not?we
want our splendid Clothes to have a
chance to make an impression on
They'll certainly do their work well :f you will stop in for a
look at the choice New Fall and Winter Models.
We like to have callers come in aud get acquainted with us
"what's new." We'll not urge you to buy for this is not a store that
MEN'S SUITS, $6.50 to$32.50
OVERCOATS, $7.50 to $30.00
Boys' Knee Pants .50 to $ 1.75
JOHN B. STETSON HATS,
$3.50, $4 and $5.
MEN'S PANTS, $ I 50 to $8.50
HAWES HAT3, $3 and $4
ROYAL LIMITED HATS, $1.50
Underwear, 50c to $2 50 Garment
50 to $3
Inddstructible Half Hose.
6 Pair for $1.50.
You see these prices, or similar ones, have been quoted so long
by nearly every clothing house that the only way we can convince
you of the excellence of our clothes is to "SHOW YOU."
Hie D. J. Chandler Clothing Co.
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S\imtert S. C
LADIES' TAILOR SUITS.
NO SCARCITY OF SUITS
AT THIS STORE.
LADIES' TAILOR SUITS.
At This Writing Over Five Hundred Suits
In all the wanted shades and sizes are here for you to select from. With almost every express bringing us more. What you
want in a Suit?Style, Quality, Tailoring, Exclmiveness -you'll find at
A collection unlike any to be found in Sumter. Complete in variety, in line with every detail of Fashion and Good
Form. The pick from the best manufacturers only, and above all, selected with expert judgment. Schwaru Bros., invite
you to inspect their beautiful show room and superb stock. A department covering as much space devoted to the sale of
Ready-to-Wear Garments as in the State.
Ladies' Suits. -
$10 up. Children's Suits,
Ladies' Skirts, voiles $6 to $12. Panamas &t\d Mixtures $2.50 to 8.50
Authentic Fall Shades?Coal Dust, Artichoke, Nutmeg, Raisin, Egg Plant, Chicory, Sperry, Walnut, Navy and Klack.
Original designs and exclusive material. Tailoring in every instance superb.
Suits that fit Ladies, Misses and Children at any and every price, the best to be hat1.
The Millinery Department calls attention to the Latest New York Fad, the Close Fitting Draped Velvet Turoin. very
swell with the Tailor Suit. Come in and see them.
THIS STORE CLOSES DAILY AT ?
P. M.. EXCEPT SATURDAYS.
THIS STORE CLOSEl- UAH.) W W
P. M.. EXCEPT SAT! KDA1
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CRUSHED TO DEATH.
Mr. J. Fant Broadway KU let I While
I/oading Lumber at Pliiewootl.
Mr. J. Fant Hroadway was instant
ly killed at Pinewoud this morning
whlb? loading lumber on a flat cur.
A heavy ?tick of timber slipped on
the skid* and caught him beneath
It an It fell to the ground. He was
fearfully crushed and death enHUod
in a short time. Mr. Broadway was
engaged in the saw mill business near
Tindals and was an energetic bustnesH
man and a good cltlsen. whose un?
timely and tragic death will be gen?
A Compliment for Mr. Hurst.
George Davis and John Vance, ne
groen. were convicted In Laurens on
the charge of rape, and recommended
to the mercy of the court. They were
sentenced to serve 20 years each.
Mr. Hannahs, the purchasing agent 1
of N. W. Harris & Co., of New York
City, remarked Thursday that in the
purchase of bonds, he was necesasrlly
In many municipal offices: that In
none more than in Sumter had he
found records that could be so read?
ily consulted, questions so satisfac?
torily answered, or an official that
was so thoroughly In touch with ev?
erything that concerned the welfare
of the city.
Local Cotton . Market.
Receipts today were light,
market was steady with the
around 13 to 13.10.
The regular fall teacher's examin?
ation was held In the Court House on
Friday. Nino whites and fifteen ne?
groes stood the examination, but the
result of the examination will not be
announced for several days. As a
rulo not more than one-half the ap?
plicants receive cer?'eoqt???
The advertisement of the D. J.
Chandler Clothing Co. will prove of
interest to the man or boy who
looking around before selecting hu<
tall suit. They have the goods and
tse advertisement is an invitation to
the public to visit their store and see
what they have. It is a "show you"
proposition and they would be glad to
see the man from Missouri.
A Box Supper.
A box supper will be given at the
residence of Mr. C. T. Evans, near
-?mithville, on Friday evening, 8th
inst., for the purpose of buying a
library for the PIsgah public school.
Young ladies are requested to bring
Gin tiers' It port.
The most recent addition to the
Greek colony in this city is James
Papatrchageregopoulas. He comes ot
Sumter from Kingston, New York,
where he has lived for several years.
He has a situation with the Candy
Col D. C. Sanders, member of the
house of representatives for Cols?
ton county, died at Walterboro of
acute Bright's dlse-ase at the age of
58. A widow, two sons and a daugh?
ter survive him.
James M. Mundy, of Waterloo,
I^aurens county, was seriously wound?
ed Friday night while 'possum hunt?
ing. An axe flew a) the handle while
one of the hunters was cutting a tree
and struck Mundy in the neck, In?
fi tr>* In ?" o q?v.rA f"} o*l
Washington, Oct. 4 ?rn
ment cotton ginners <ch
was issued today at 10
the total number of ba t
Sheriff Epperson has recei
ter from Special Agent J. J
who was sent to Springfield. Ill wuft,
requisition for Geo. W. Muri
letter, which was dated Sept. :"
that he had that day called <.
Governor of Illinois, and pres
the requisition of Gov. Ansel, but
he did not expect to obtajn a heai
before Monday or Tuesday. He sn 1
also, that Murray's lawyer will ma
a hard fight, but the State s attorne.
of Illinois, will look after the State's