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flONlWAY, DECEMBER 23, 1999.
r. tif uJ at the Poatomcc at Sumter, 8.
C, aa Seeaod Class Matter.
Miss Margurtte Cromcr has tone
t. her home In Newberry to speno"
Miss E. W. Mc'-^san left Friday
Miss Kate-dark le't Friday
r Morga?*>n. N. C, where she will
?ml toe holidays with friends.
Mr. Joseph Muldrow, of Mayesvllle
. * in the city Friday.
Misses Bufort Brand and Mamie
." Intends have returned from Au
C isei* after a stay of several week: .
Mrs. Lacy McKinnon. of McKln
n >n, Gu., Is visiting her mother, Mrs.
11. J. Hilt.
Messrs. Hubert and Alva^reen, of
t. 1 University of 8outh Carolina, sre
?t home with their parents. Mr. snd
M i. M. Green.
' Messrs James Chandler. Wade an 1
?juajr Williford and John Duffle, of
Davidson College, are at home to
i pend Xmaa
Mr. Duane Wanamaker, who Is at?
tending the College of Charleston, Is
lit home for the holldsya.
Mr, Julius Smith, of the South
Carolina University. Is In the city.
Mr. Robert Cooper, of the South
Carolina University. Is In ths city.
Miss Olive Sturgeon left this morn?
ing for Lake City to spend ths holt
Miss Agnes Haynsworth, who Is at
college at Columbia. Is at home for
Mr. and Mrs. Sam McKown havs
Ifone to Chester to spend a few days
Miss Emma Brunper Is spending a
few dayo In Orangeburg.
Mr. Van Clove Parrott. of ths
South Carolina university. Is In tie
Mr. Wsndlll Lev]* of the College of
Charleston. Is at home.
Mr. Charlie Ystea, of the Citadel.
Is spending Xmaa with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Tales.
Mr. Ashley Merrlmau, of the Cita?
del. Is at home.
Mlos Lola Cook Boyk^n has gone
?0 Oamden to spend Xm*s Mr
Mr Vivian Ms-inlnoV ot Groen
ville, Is in the city
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hoes have re?
turned from a visit to Santee.
Mr. Charles Kavanaugh. of Char?
leston Is In the city.
Miss Holly Brown, who Is attend?
ing collegs In Columbia, is home for
Mr. Alfred Grler, of Clemson Col?
lege, Is at home for the holidays.
?las Netta Gulley, of Baielgh, is
jjjhe attractive guest of Miss Jennie
Mr. and Mrs.* Thos. T. Upshur, of
Nassawudux. Vs., are visiting their
son, Mr. W. B. Upshur.
Mr. Eraser Dick, of Clemson Col?
ts In the city.
Mr Hartow Walsh, of Augusta, Is
In the city for the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W Cunningham
md children, of Darlington spent
Christmas In the city.
Cadet Jake Brogdon, of Porter
Military Academy, Is spending the
holidays with his .parents Mr. and
Mrs. J. I. Brogdon.
Miss Kate Brogdon Is at home
from Winthrop College
MUs Helen Kohn. of Columbia. Is
visiting Mbm Ethel Green at No. 14
O.u' h street.
Mr. Arthur < >'Neil. of Charleston,
ti apeirllng th<j holnta. * the city.
Mies Lo?tle May, of Baetover, Is
rtotUng M*. *nd Mr* A. W, Uroawalt
Mr. J. F Glenn went to Yorkvllle
Mrs L Ptrauss and daughter Miss
Tlllls Morris left on Monday for
Oklahoma, Mlaa., where they will
spend a while with relatives.
Mrs. B. c. Blending, of Concord. !?
visiting relatives In Lexington. Ky.
Mrs Max Cohen, of Washington. D.
Cn Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ferd
Mrs J. J. Willi?, of Darlington, re?
turned home Monday morning after
spending several days with her sister
Mrs. N. O. 0?? rr,
Mr- J returned homo
Saturday to spend the
Mrs. J. \ ^ft Monday on
a visit to . relatives In
Mr. Wade h f Columbia
Mrs. E. A. I>? Sim,.
Ellis have gone t. \ mar?
riage of their nlee? i Las
There Is still anoti hat
Cook might go In sear II
MARRIAGE AT STATEBURG.
Frlerson - Pagan.
"Cherry Vale," the Revolutionary
home of the Frlersons In the State
burg neighborhood, waa the scene of
a brilliant event Wednesday even
I lng, the 22nd, when was solemnized
there the marriage of Miss Julian
j Anderson Frlerson and James Pa?
gan. The hall and drawing rooms,
extending across the entire front of
the house, were thrown into one and
profusely decorated with the season's
evergreens, holly, mistletoe and smi
lax. At the east end of the apart?
ment was constructed a pyramid of
vines, and within this the Rev. Wil?
liam H. Barnwell stood, performing
the beautiful ceremony of the Epls
I copal church. Promptly at 8 o'clock
the wedding march was played by
Miss Georgia Dargan and the bridal
J party entered the hall, preceded by
the two little ribbon girls, Miss Rosa?
lie Neal and Miss Louise Paimer of
I Rldgeway. The bride entered with
I her brother, Prof. Nelson Frlerson of
I the University of South Carolina, and
the groom, with his best man, Hen?
ry Frlerson of Yorkvtlle. The maid
I of honor was the bride's sister, Mbs
I Bettle Frlerson. The other attend
I ants were Miss Emma Barnwell with
I Means Pagan of Wlnnsboro, Miss
8allle Cobb of Pelzer with Willie
I Frlerson, Miss Sallle Anderson of
I Summerton with Frank Burgess, Miss
I Julia Thomas' of St. Matthews with
I John Frlerson. Mies Bessie Dargan
I with Elliott Thomas and Miss Lot
I tie Nelson with Marshall West coat.
I After the ceremony the party and
I guests were Invited into the beautiful
I ly decorated dining room where they
I partook of wine and cake. After
I thla dancing waa Indulged In until the
I early morning, when the numerous
I guests from all parts of the county
I departed on their 10 and 12-mile
A great number of handsome pres
I ents were received and those were dis
I played along the sides of the hall. I
I The bridesmaids were attired in
I white and carried holly and mlsletoe;
II the br'de's costume waa of white
,1 The bride Is the daughter of Mrs.
I E. N. Frlerson, the owner of Cherry
I Vale. Mr. Pagan came to Sumter
I some years ago from Falrfleld coun
I ty and haa made Stateburg his home.
I He has lately accepted a position with
I the Sumter Machinery company.
A Coining Marriage.
^<Frank Wrkh has issued in?
vitations t/^ the .m.???*!??'? her
daughter, Mabel Lee to Mr. Sterling
F. Stoudemire at the First Baptist
Church, Thursday evening January
sixth at 7.30 o clock.
Mr. Eugene C. Patterson, of
Adelle, Ga., and Miss Ida J. Koger,
of Rogersville, Tenn., were married
Sunday evening at 8:30 o'clock at the
residence of Mrs. Dora E. Dennis on
South Sumter street by the Rev. Jno.
Mr. and Mrs. Patterson will spend
a while In Sumter.
Richard, the two year old son of
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Belser, died Christ?
mas day after an illness of only a
few days. The funeral services were
held at the residence on Sunday by
Rev. H. H. Covlngtm and Rev. J. P.
The municipal campaign will open
within a few weeks and now Is the
time to take steps to get good men
to enter the race. If Sumter ever
needed a conservative, but> ness ad?
ministration coupled with a spirit of
real progress It will need it the next
There was such a rush of thirsty
folks at the expresp office Monday
the police had to be called on to
keep back the crowd while the clerks
were handing out the packages of
booze. The eagerness of the thirsty
throng to get their packages indicat?
ed that they had brought over from
Chrlstmaa a raging thirst.
The Board of County Commission
era will hold their annual meeting on
Thursday, Jan. 6th, 1910. All parties
having claims against the. County not
previously presented will file same
with Clerk of County Commissioners
prior to that date
J. R. SUMTER,
Clerk of Co. Bd. Com.
Lost?One white pointer dog about
on? year old. Dark spot over one
?ye. Answers to name "Marco."
Upward If finder will notify the
I ten office or J. L. Frlerson, R. F.
D. No. 3, Sumter, S. C 12-21-4t-W.
POM HALE?Nice pair of farm
mules, cheap. Apply Fiank I* Jones.
22 Blandlng St.
How She Escaped.
I ho had been attending
sch lmost two weeks, was
tailing ot the misbehavior of some
of \r little classmates. At her
moi Uon as to whether it
had necessary for the
tea< ip ik to her, Pauline an?
swer y, "Oh no, mama."
The I d to speak to all the
class but me this afternoon." "Why,
what did she say?" "Oh, she said,
'Now children, we'll all wait until
Pauline is in order."?The Delinea?
THE TWO SUFFRAGE LEADERS
SEEK REGULAR OFFICE.
Both Headquarters Are Filled With
the Richest of Furniture.
One Way to Avoid It.
When Carrie was three or four
years old she went wtih he grand?
mother to visit an aunt. The little
one ate very heartily of berries,
when her grandmother said, "Don't
eat any more berries or you will
have a pain under your apron."
Carrie regarded the dainty apron
seriously for a moment, then said,
"Please take my apron off, grand?
ma."?The Delineator for January.
When Mrs. Belmont returned to
New York form Newport it was to
open at her bank a suffrage account
and to rent, for five thousand dollars
a year, an entire floor of offices at
No. 505 Fifth Avenue for suffrage
headquarters, says The Delineator
for January. Two offices from which
to organize her Political Equality
League she reserved for herself and
her secretary, and invited the na?
tional and the State officers to oc?
cupy the rest, welcoming them with
a luncheon at Delmonico's on Sep?
tember sixteen, when two hundred
guests sat at the tables in the Empire
Louis Quatorze desk tc the medieval
lamp and the rich tapestries, are a
replica of a French chateau's draw?
ing room. Her privates room, enter?
ed through antique hangings of
the land; and the dollar mark Is Its
Show your church trustees any
help unsupported by the glorious
coin, and see how cordial your recep
green brocade, has walls and ceilings | tion into that fold!
painted in Venetian scenes, and the I Let us return to the simple form
satin-upholstered furniture is of the of worship of our Saviour's time and
same delicate blue as her stationery. I make it possible for the mechanic
Mrs. Belmont, accompanied by her and laborer to join the throng with
secretary, is at her office every day i that feeling of fellowship that makes
in the week. Mrs. Mackay, with her
secretary keeps office hours on Mon?
days and Thursdays.
PEWS ARE NOW MERELY
TARS TO MAMMON.
Critic Lays Decline of Churches to
%The Growing Love of Money.
A critic writing from Maryland in
The Delineator for January has the
Attention is directed to the adver?
tisement of the Boyle Live Stock Co.
In this issue. The tenth car of fine
mules arrived a few days ago and
those who anticipate purchasing good
mules will do well to see this firm
Down the avenue at MadUon \ following explanation as to the 1
Square, in the tower of the Metropo- efficiency of the churches: What is
litan Building one month before, the Matter with the Churches? An
all us of kin.
A Clear Definition.
Leah was having her first lesson in
punctuation. On her return from
school she explained to her brother
that a period was a dot, and a com?
ma was a period that has sprouted.?
The Delineator for January.
Mrs. Clarence H. Mackay had open?
ed offices for the Equal Franchise
League, of which she is president.
At Mrs. Belmont's headquarters the
ante-room Is hung in red silk, and
the chairs of French walnut uphol?
stered in red velvet came from her
residence in Paris. Her offices are
carpeted with green velvet, and the
furniture is of carved ebony.
Mrs. Mackay's offices, from the
Shooting a tiger to death on the
installment plan is another outdoor
sport that is enjoyed in Africa by
people who have a ta. e for that
sort of thing.?Indianapolis News.
The dollar-mark fever.
The greed for gold.
The worship of Mammon.
All these different names for a
disease that is calculated to kill or
destroy anything. The church,
(Catholic or universal) stands toda"
divided into as many grades as any
social circle or financial institution in
Happily, among the thousands now
saying "I told you so" a choice few
are speaking the truth.?Philadel?
Whether Dr. Cook discovered the
North Pole or not, It will be con?
ceded that he was agreeable of per?
sonality and a pretty good lecturer.?
25 Head of the best Mules ever shipped to Sumter. Sixteen Hands
11 to 12 Hundred Pounds, and as good as money can buy.
CAR. OF HACKNEY WAGONS IN
?-?- TRANSIT ^
Also car of Lonsbury Wagons, Cotton Stalk Choppers, 2-Horse Steel
Beam Turn Plows and Middle Breakers,
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