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WCMESOAY, JANUARY 12, 1910.
at Suroter, S.
Duekar ft Bultman?For Sale.
Ducker ft Bt Itmsn?For Rent.
O'Donnell * Co.?Big White Sale.
The 8. M Pierson Co.?Uve Stock.
The Sumter Dry Goods Co.?White
Estate of Satnuel Ragln. Deed.?
of Person!d Property.
FB RH?N AJL.
Mr and Mrs. H. Hsrby are spend?
ing some time vlth relatives at Chat?
Mr. W. D. Frleraon Is in the city
far a few days itay.
Mr. 8. M. McCall, of Mayeavllle. la
la the city.
Mr. R. C. Bollck, of Columbia, has
come to Sumte - to live and will be
with Campbell's Meat Market.
Mr. J. D. Bailey, who spent the
holidays in Florida, returned to the
Mr. L. C. Mil la. of Mayeavllle. waa
In the city Friday.
Mass Iva Belh Hughson has return?
ed from a visit to Dalsell. accompan?
ied by her friend. Mies Moore.
Col. D W. Hrallaford. of Panola,
waa In the city Satuprday.
Mrs, Will Archer and aon. Howard,
have returned from a visit to Ander
Mlsses Mary Cox. of Belton. and
Stanslll. of Johnson, who
been the guests of Mlsa Jennie
falah. returned home Monday.
Miss Beatrice David, of Columbia,
Is visiting Mlsa Hlnda Manheim
Mr. C. M. Hirst has gons to Rich?
mond to be with his son, Mr. Claude
R Hurst, who Is in a hospital there
OOfOTY TEACHERS' ASSOCIA?
Am latfeeestlng ami Well Attended
Ths Sumter County Teachers' As?
sociation held Its regular meeting
far January lr the Hampton school
bulldloK >n S? tut day, and. de*p'te
the fact that :he weather was very
!-element, the naestl g a 1 ettef at
l-nded and mire enthusiastic than
my of the preceding ones of th"
After a short business session dur?
ing which interesting reports were
mads by Misses McLean and Rich?
ardson in regard to the recent State
Teachers' Association held in Colum?
bia, the association took up its reg?
The current events period was dis?
pensed with, snd Miss Richardson,
who has charts of the manual train?
ing departmenc gavo the teachers an
half hour'a v iluahle Instruction In
the uaa of bony work tools and ma?
terial. Miss Th?odosla Dargan gave
hsr second lecture on the use of mu?
sic In public ichoola. She also gave
a practical lemon In alght-slnglng.
Miss Ciena Dargan gave a practi?
cal snd helpfi. talk on primary plans.
Miss Satter* hlte baa charge ?if the
The above courses sre fixtures for
the year In t te association and will
be continued from month to month.
And. while th" prime purpose of the
IjsMpoctatlon Is n organise the county's
teaching fore?. every school whose
teacher takes up the association I
course of study Is going to be bene?
fited We hope, therefore, those who
really cere for their school's develop
ment and fo* better equipped and
more active teachers will make It
convenient fo ? their teeehera to at
' tend th??e meetings. Every teacher
should be an active member.
O. HOYT MCMILLAN.
Hod lo ub st P1no\vo<al.
IMnewood. Jan. 7.?Mrs. H. Arthur
Brstlsford died last night at 10
o'clock after I hree weeks" Illness. Thn
deceased wll be burled Saturda>
morning at 10 o'clock at St. Marks
Episcopal cht rch. In the :umd hills.
Mrs. Bralliford before her mar?
riage was Mlis Carrie l>esChamp*.
She leaves, besides her husband and
one child, brothers und sisters and
in my friends She was i ,1 vut and
true Christla i and was a lifetime
member of th * Methodist church.
Friday wai the time appointed by
Stats Superli tendent of Education
Sweartngen for the special examina?
tion of teachers who have been tea- h
Ing In the public schools without <?.?
tificates. but not i stogie applicant
appesred fo ? examination, County
Superintendent of Education Cain
wss In hl? of Ice all the nmrjilnu'.
In August the country's Imports Of
hum hi half were valued at $158.464.
There In no duty on this class of
Mr. Reuben E. Miller, of Florence,
and Miss Annie Chandler, of this
city, were married at the Presbyter
Ian Manse at 6 o'clock Monday after?
noon by Rev. J. P. Marion. Mr. and
Mrs. Miller left on the 6:30 train for
Jacksonville, Fla, to spend a week.
At any rate, Speaker Cannon's at?
titude makes It tolerably clear that
where the insurgents are concerned he
is in no danger of a rear-end colli?
sion.?Providence Evening Tribune.
Mrs. Amanda Quick died at her |
home on Hauser street Friday
morning, aged 70 years. The body
was taken to Clio Saturday morning
DAILY NEW YORK COTTON MAR
The Presidential definition of
"whiskey" is simply the old-fashion?
ed "spiritus frumenti" of the pre?
scriptions, and its common-sense ac?
curacy is beyond dispute. Of course,
there Is whiskey and whiskey, but It
is all whiskey.?New York Tribune.
THE PIANO CONTEST.
15 13 i
15 16 i
16 34 ?
16 31 !
Tabulatin of the Vote Shows Increas?
There is some little talk of candi?
dates and prospective candidates for |
county offices. Everybody will be
made to realize that this Is campaign
year ere many weeks have passed.
Miss Teresa Chandler. .. .,
Miss Lillis Josephine McCol
lum. 18.73 3
Miss Eleanor Wallace .. .. 12,522
Mr. Raymond Stanclll .. .. 17,315
Mrs. Florence Shields Thomp?
Miss Christine Garhardt. . . .1,390
Miss Julia Welch. 3,090
Miss Luclle Baker. 1,050
Miss Inez Wells. 1,720
Miss Edna Hughson. 53,425
Miss Mazie McLeod. 1,450
Miss Nell Barwlck...'. 1,010
Miss Virginia DuRant. 1,025
Miss Katy Gaillard. 1,025
Stubbs Bros., have put on x Clear?
ance Sale of Winter Clothing, etc.,
that will make things lively in that
line of business. The advertisement
speaks for Itself and the prices quot?
ed give intending purchasers an idea
of the cut that is made on regular
! OUR GREAT WHITE GOODS SALE! I
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O r?-Showing the Advance Designs for the Coming Spring Will be Held
121 131 11. i
During this big selling event Special Prices will prevail in accordance with our usual
custom, and as the offerings represent purchases made four to five months ago, wise
shoppers are sure to secure many exceptional values j Waistings, Lingerie, Bastistes,
Dimities, Piques, Linenes, Lawns, Nainsooks and English Longcloths : : : :
o 5 Cents?
EARLY SHOPPERS WILL GET A
CHANCE AT SOME 3 & 4 INCH PURE LINEN TOR
- CHONS AT -
?5 Cents ?
SOUTH CAROLINA. 2
The Surater Dry Goods Company,
For Ten Days, Beginning
JANUARY 8th, 1910,
WE WILL PLACE ON SALE OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
CLOTHING, INCLUDING MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS,
PANTS AND OVERCOATS :: :: :: :: :: ::
We have a large stock of Hoys' Suits, with T .lickerbocker or
Straight Pants, and you will now have an opportunity to secure a
Suit for the Boy at a very low price.
If we can fit you, it will pay you to buy now.
Don't ask us to charge anything at Sale Prices, or to send goods
out on approval.
of Sale : : : :
January 8 to 18, Inclusive.