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SATUR04Y, OCTOBER 9. 1909.
Entere?! itt the Postofllce at smnter, S.
C. fin Sn-oud Claas Matter.
X KAY ADV i: Hl IS KM ENTS.
The Mimur Savings Bank.
Mrs. E. R. Coaker?Wanted.
A. A. Strauss it Co.? Mrs. House
I'uUant Hard we re Co.?A Word
? rn the Malleable Man.
Pf McFaddln Dick and family, of
lebury. Md., are visiting Dr. Dick's
mother. Mra T. H. Dick, on West
Mrs. F. M. Spann has returned
from New York, after a stay of sev?
Col. Jamea O. Ramsey, of Atlanta,
Oh., was In town Tuesday. Col Ram
vey Is on a visit to his old home near
V. edgefleld. from which place he re
mo *-<i to Georgia many years ago.
Mrs. R. H. Moise and Miss Dulce
Molse have r.turned from New York.
Mr. M. E. Barwick. of Plnewood.
waa In the city on business Tues
lftr*. E. A. Bultman has returned
from Orangeburg, where she spent
some time with relatives.
Mrs. H. J. Orover and son, Hlte,
of Providence. R. I., are visiting her
?later. Mrs. E. A. Bultman.
Mr. Clarence Joseph, of Charleston,
was In the city to attend the Brown?
Sweat man wedding Wednesday night.
Miss Luelle Iseman, of Manning, is
la the c*ty for a short stay.
Rev J. 8. Beasley is In the city.
Mr. M.i 8. Poole. of Laurena, Is
visiting hfcj daughter. Mrs. R. J.
Mr J. C. Cotton and Miss Webster
of this city were married Wednesday
evening at the Washington Street
ra,<tlat church by the pastor. Rev. F.
Wednesday evening the Presbyterian
church was the scene of a very pret?
ty sreddlng, when the Rev. Mr. J. P.
Marlon happily united in the holy
boo da of matrimony Miss Lorraine
8??*Jons and Mr. Clalr McKnlght.
It was a golden-rod wedding. The
maid of honor and bridesmaids car
lie* shower bouquets of that beautiful
and? stately flower, and In the deeo
reJIiia of the Cfrhrch they were*beau
tifwjry conspicuous In the back ground
of gentian la which they were artls
Aa. H. M. stuckey preelded at the
orgth and as the strains of the wed
drm* march pealed forth to an
noufsce the opening of the Impressive
eerabony. the bridal party entered
the church. The ushers. Messrs. Wil?
liam Crowson and JBartow Walsh pre?
ceded the bridesmaids and grooms
me A Miss Marie DeLorme entered
with Mr. H. W. Forrlater. and Miss
Jennie Walsh with Mr. Murr aHll.
That, came the maid of honor, Miss
Sthftl Caruthera. of Tampa. Fla., and
then; the flower girls, little mimes
Da lay China and Beuna Delgar. The
groom was accompanied by his beat
man, Mr. Robert Jackson, and met
. hie bride at the altar, where she was
given away by her brother-in-law,
Mr. Charles Dwyer.
The ceremony was Impressively per?
formed by Rev. J. P. Marion, after
which the bridal party enjoyed a re?
ception at the home of the brde's
olsier, Mrs. Charles Dwyer.
^ Mr. and Mrs. McKnlght left for Co?
lumbia that night, from which [lace
they will go to Washington for*their
There was a pretty wedding sol
lemnlsed at the First Methodist
church Wednesday night when Miss
Jennie Brown, the eldest daughter ?>f
Mr. Oeo. A. Brown, became the wife .?f
Mr. Ell W. Sweatman The ceremony
was performed at 8 o clock by Rev.
Mr M. H. Hook. The church was
oeautlfully decorated for the occu
The bridal procession was formed
ae follows, first came the little flower
fflrle. Misses Mamie Raffield and Nel?
lie Zolgler; Miss Gertrude Holiday
with Mr. O. M. Brown. Miss Minnie
, Ruth Jones with Mr. Ernest Stafford.
The bride entered u Ith her si?>??r.
the maid of honor. Miss Relda Brown
and the groom with h's h. n "nun,
Mi Clarence Joseph, of Charleston.
Rev. Mr Hook very impressively
msde the young couple man and oofs.
Mr. and Mrs. Sweatman left for
ptjavannsh for their bridal trip.
Judge R. O. Purdy rocelved notice
Thursday that his plantation near
Pincopolls, Berkeley county, was ser?
iously damaged b> the storm Tuesday
night. Mr Purdy left that morning
for Plneopolls to make a personal In
spx tlon of the place to ascertain the
?xtent of his loss. 8o far as learned
no buildings were blown down nor
were any of his farm stock killed,
but the toss on ctcme in the fields
WIM b* ecr'.ons. am./untng to several
the penvad dollars.
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, if you will stop in lor a
look at the choice New Fall and Winter Models.
We like to have callers come in and 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' SUITS, $2.50 to $10.00
Boys' Knee Pants .50 to $ 1.75
JOHN B. STETSON HATS,
$3.50, $4 and $5.
MEN'S PANTS, $ L50 to $8.50
HAWES HATS,_$3 andI $4
ROYAL LIMITED HATS, $1.50
Underwear, 50c to $2 50 Garment
SWEATERS,_$1.50 to $3
Indestructible Half Hose,
6 Pair for $150.
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."
j?s jro Ja m lij^c Jot ffe s
<Ihe D. J. Chandler Clothing Co.
S\imter, S. C.
THE SUMTER SAVINGS BANK
Has arranged independently of regular banking channels, for money to lend to its customers on
Cotton, stored in the Cotton Warehouse. While we do not advocate the holding of cotton at pre?
sent prices, yet we are prepared to lend on cotton warehouse certificates at
?== 6 Per Cent. Discount. ========^
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The Sumter Savings Bank,
Sumter, South Carolina.
THE BANK OF MAYESVILLE.
President McCall Sells Controlling In?
terest to Mr. R. I. Manning. Who
From Sumter Dally Item. Sept. 5.
Mr. S. M. McCall has sold a con?
trolling interest In the Bank of
Mayesville to Mr. R. I. Manning and
others who are closely affllllated with
the Bank of Sumter in a business and
At a meeting held In Mayesville yes
terduN Mr. McCaM tendered his resign?
ation as presldnt and director of the*
bank and Mr. Manning was elected a
director, and subsequently at a meet?
ing of the directors, he was elected
president to succeed Mr. McCall.
The Bank of Mayesville under the
new management will do a conser?
vative I usiness In friendly relation
with the Bank of Sumter and will
grow with the growth of the business
of Mayesville. The directors of the
Hank of Mayesville are business men
of that town who will take pride in
the development of the institution
and will so conduct its affairs as to
make It of the greatest benefit to the
town and surrounding country.
Mr. McCall, the retiring president
Revered his connection with this bank
in order that he might have more
time to devote to his other business
Interests. Under his management the
bank has been more prosperous than
at any previous time, and it is due to
his careful business management that
the bank Is now on a safe and sound
There were only three arrests made
Wednesday?a white man and a n( gro
?or lighting nnd a negro for cursing
? ni the street.
ROME MISSION SOCIETY.
From The Daily Item, Oct. 7.
The regular business session of tho
Woman's Home Mission Society of
the South Carolina Conference met
in the Methodist church this morning
at 9:45 o'clock, Mrs. W. L. Wait,
president, in the chair.
After the devotions, the organiza?
tion was effected in a quiet and deco?
Two of the executive officers are
not present. The others are in their
Forty-five delegates responded to
roll call. The reports of officers show
growth in numbers and finances.
An excellent paper on tithing was
read by Mrs. E. T. Hodges.
The nfternoon's discussion of "The
United StaUs as a Mission Field" by
the preachers will be profitable to all.
Rev. J. W. Snider, from Anderson,
will talk to tonight on the mill prob?
lem. Every one is invited to be pres?
IM ALLEABLE R ANGE
The Housekeepers of Sumter Invited
To Attend Instructive Exhibit at
DuRant Hardware Co.
Attention is directed to the adver?
tisement of the DuRant Hardware
Co,, which appears today. All house?
keepers are interested in cook stoves
and ranges and they are invited to at
j tend the demonstration of the "Mal
j (table" Range, which will be held in
I the store of DuRant Hardware Co.
next week from Monday to Saturday,
Inclusive. The "Malleable" Range
will be seen in service and Three
Minute Biscuits and Coffee will be
served to all callers. The demonstra?
tion will be Interesting and instruc?
tive and the souvenir cook book
which will be given each caller will
be found a useful adjunct In house?
An unknown negro attempted to
(.ash a forged (?heck for $2XS at the
Bank Of Sumter Wednesday, but made
a butch pf it. The forgery was a
erude affair and when the negro saw
that Teller Bartow Walsh hesitated
about paying the money he made a
dash for the door and escaped before
i policeman could be called to assist
him. The check purported to be
drawn by Levi Bros. In payment for
four bales ol* cotton, but was so poor?
ly written on an ordinary counter
check that it would not have deceived
any one at all familiar with tho
checks usually Issued by Lev! Bros.
GIN HOUSE BURNED.
They who lorclve most shall be
Supervisor I?. M. Pitts Has Heavy j
A very rerlotia ?he occurred abo it )
Cvs miles from Buniter Wednesday,'
October 6th. 4 a. m., at the place of
the County Supervisor, Peter M. Pitts
Involving a total loss of $1,700. OJn
house. fr;iw mill fixtures and seven
bales of cotton being consumed wuh
no insurance. Mr. Pitts does not believe
it was of Incendiary origin but <vtt
probably Ignited by lighting as the e
was quite an eleetnc display during
the night and morning. The fire n id
made such headway that it was Im?
possible to save anything from th?
burning buildlvgs. CJreat regret is
expressed by the many friends of Mr.
Feed Cyphers Foods to your chickens. Makes
taem lay ; gives them health.
Phone or write us tor
ANTISEPTIC NEST EGGS,
WATER FOUNTS. BEEF SCRAP.
If you are thinking about an INCUBATOR?
Lay aside any ideas you may entertain.
Buy a CYPHERS and be satisfied.
A. A. Strauss & Co.
25 N. Main Street.
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