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C aa IImend Claas Matter,
person a U
Mr* 8. C. McKeown left for Cc
lum Ma Tuesday morning,
jpt air. Out Ktlerbe of Hemhert. was
la ?he city Tuesday.
Mr. 8am Moor?, of Daliell. *p?-ni
Ta? H.iay In town.
Mr. and Mra A. A. Brearley. of
He Charles* passed through the city
Tuesday on their way to Coium
aav where they will spend the day
i Misses Mary and Annie Purdy went
te Columbia Tueeday.
Mr. K. K. Wells of St Charles.
\ speot Tuesday' In town.
as ? rll! vlth her
Mi. IL*?*** M. emuiey, of Spring
Mill wan In th. < ty Tuesday.
Among those from Daliell who
4 through here Wednesay on
way to Columbia to attend the
f?ate fair were: Mr. and Mra H. B.
f ttoyuin. Mr. and Mra Rd. Parker and
^Mr. and Mra. Robert Burkett.
Others who left from here Wed?
nesday to attend the State fair in
Celumlha were: Mr. and Mrs. D. M.
Campbell. Mrs. W. II. Ingram and
Igaftaa Mary Pitts. Mrs. J. H. Johnson.
W Mr. and Mra. H. C. DesChamps. Mrs.
Ragttah S. L>eaChamps and little son*
aad Mlas Harnett. Mra 8. L. Denoir
and Mise Virginia Lenoir. Mrs. J. C.
Osspsr and ?tat r. Misses Gallagher.
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hsynsworth and
Mise Pauline Hsynsworth and Mr
t Hon. Thoe. U. McLeod. of Rlshop
efele. spent Tuesday afternoon and
eight In the city, returning to Riah
Mra Joseph Rhame passed
through the city Wednesday on h.r
^ way to her home In Manning after
being with her daughter In Philadel
sfcle for several weeks. She left
her daughter, who has. been serious?
ly 111. much Improved.
Messrs. Hubert Griffin ??nd Paul
Marvin, of Alcolu. were In the city
\ Wedi. >edsy
Mr. end Mra. M. DeVeuux Moore.
Mra. G. L. Warren. Mra H. H.
Oregorle and Miss L. H. Gregorle are
? ? Columbia) attending the State fair.
Mr. and Mrs. 8. J. White went to
Columbia Wednesday to attend the
Mr. Sam Moore, of Dateell spent
Tuesday night in the city on his re
tern from Columbia..
Mr. aad Mrs. Bunyan Harvln. Dr.
aad Mrs. Frank Harvln. Mr. George
Mellette and family, of Privateer,
f passed through the city Wednesday
?a their way to Columbia.
Mlaa Pauline Wood ley. of Summer
tea, passed through the city Wed?
nesday going to Columbia.
Mr. and Mra 8. U Harvln and
family. Mrs. Brocklngton and Miss
k Insular Brocklngton. of Manning,
paeaed through the city Wedneaay
mi their way to the State fair at Co?
Mr. and Mra. Dwlght Shaw. Mr. R.
M. Jenkins. Miss L. fi. McCoy and
k Mlaa Bdna McCutchen passed through
/the city Wednesday on their way
from St. Charles to Columbia.
Dr. L H. Jennings, of Blshopvllle.
eaeaed through the city Wedneaday
getog to Columbia.
Mrs. A. O. Warren has returned to
, rtas city, after several months v'slt to
f resativea In New York.
Mrs. Harry Hussa, and son Oscar,
of Rurkaway. N. J., are visiting rela?
tives In the city.
Dr. and Mrs. William S. Pack, of
Ofaeavllle. are visiting Mr. and Mra.
L II |* Scarborough on Main street.
Mra. Puck was raised in this county
aad Is well known here.
Mr. a. D. Newman, of Concord,
was in Um city Wedaeeduy.
Anv>ag those who went to Colum
^Ma on Wednesday were: Messrs.
J^L C Hsynsworth. Kd Hurat.
?se a Dbk.
. ra, D. W.
* ?wen?. A I? owena. Jimmie i >. Skln
gV.nr. All., it r m k. i. I?r. II. M. Stu. u
ey, O. If. Kol ley, Julius Phelps. il
U s< r? .rough. White. J |j Shier.
If. C lluynsworth and IsaaV Strausa.
Mr John I. Ilrogdon. of Itrogdon.
was In the ? Ity' Thursday.
? Col. J. C. Taylor, a prominent I im
Miff mm ?>r Norfolk. Ii stopping ll
Mlsa l<aurena. who ban sea visit
tag Mr. and 51th. Osjsj l? |MN for
m.rue time, returned t< to r home In
? harl. ->t'-n Thurxd i .
L Mr hlum Mo.,re. ,t n <k<>u<I. was
In the city Thuraday.
Mlaees Mettle and M.fa MoVtln.
of f>al*eii. Hpent Thursday ii the
other* to go to Columbia Thursday
to attend the Kalr were Mr*. S.
pp< >nds and children. Mr and
Mrs. K. W. McCallum. Mrs. W. W.
Mt Kagen and Mrs. H O. NcKugcn.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Singleton, lira,
L E. LeUrand und MImh Hannah
Chrlstlenaon. Mr. and Mrs. T. B.
Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Edens.
Mrs. R. L. Wright and Miss Marl??
Rotholz. Nr. and Mrs. Ladson Boyle,
Miss Emma Boyle, and Miss Mamie
Nash, Mrs. V. H. Phelps, Mr. ami
Mrs. Geo. Hatch* 11, Miss Leonora
Willlford, Miss Jane Purdy, Miss
(iussle Hood, Mr. H. A. Moses and
Miss Armlda Moses, Misses Theo?
dora Bennett. Mary Stuckey Aline
Beynolds, Boucher Beliorme, Min?
nie Blandlng. and Master Harold
Bennett, Miss Jennie Walsh and Miss
Krline White. Mrs. Harry Reid and
i Mrs. J. F Reid and the Misses Brit
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Scarborough
of Dalzell passed through the city on
their way to Columbia.
Mr .and Mrs. E. W. Molse are in
Columbia for the Stajg Fair.
Mr. Thomas Wilson is spending
the week in Columbia at the State
Mrs. Kittle Isaacs Bevi. wife of
Major Abe Levi. of Manning , died
Tuesday afternoon at 5 o'clock at the
infirmary, following a very serious
operation. The body was taken to
Philadelphia, Mrs. Levl's former
home Wednesday, where the fun- ?
eral services were held. Mrs. Levl's |
death was a great shock to her many I
friends here and In Manning, and she |
will be greatly missed, as she had
endeared herself to a large circle of
friends by her charming manners 1
and admirable traits of character.
Funeral of Mr. Rallurd.
The body of Mr. W. F. Ballard.
Ah<> was killed at Orangeburg Mon?
day afternoon by being run over by
a train In the freight yard of the At?
lantic Coast Line, was taken to
Providence Tuesday morning and was
Interred In the Ballard family bur?
ial ground. The funeral was attended
by a number of relatives and many
of the boyhood friends of the deceas?
For Sale: Four thousand bushels
of seed oats at prices that will cause
you to wonder how we can do It.
Booth-Harby Live Stock Co., Sumter.
S. C. . 10-2?8t
Barnwell had two fires Friday
night. The residence of Col. V
Qilmore 81ms and Mrs. R. C. Rob?
erts were destroyed.
For Sale: Four thousand bushels
of seed oats at prices that will cauee
you to wonder how we can do it.
Booth-Harby Live Stock Co., Sumter.
S. C. , 10-2tlt
Juror* For Second Week.
The following persons were drawn
as Jurors for the second week of the
Court ??f Common Pleas, which meets
her? Oh Wednesday, November D,
Judge Prince presiding.
Walter T. Green.
J. W. Weldon,
w. l). Colclough,
s. c. Foxworth,
J. 11. Grady.
F. P. Bradford,
P. R. Maye,
?an J. Mclver.
J. W. Bradford,
Plan ding Ardis,
R. M. Warren.
W. O. Lynam,
J. C, Brogdon,
E. E. Aycock,
B. B. II. Darr.
J. H. Christmas,
K M James,
W. H. Cuttino,
B. T. Mall,
J. B. Witherspoon.
J. F. Bland, Jr.
M. B. Hodge,
A. W. Scarborough,
W. U Pate,
W. A. Spann,
R. M. Edens,
W. B. Upshur,
R. A. Weldon,
J. D. Blackwell,
B. F. Mayes,
C. M. Graham,
Claude Mann, of Bickens, had one
urm torn off at the (dhow in a gin
WANTED?Young men and ladies to
take three months practical course.
We give written guaranteo to se?
cure good positions for each grad?
uate. Write for catalogue. Char?
lotte Telegraphy School, Charlotte,
FOR SALF?Berk-hire sows, gilts
and pigs, pure bred and grades.
Too good to make into pork when
this county needs more hogs to
convert the prize acre corn crops
Into bacon and hams, lard and
sausage. Price 12 l-3c. per pound,
live weight. E. W. Dabbs, Mayes
vllle. S. C. 10-22-?
WANTED?-I have In charge to lease
to right party an eight or ten horse
farm at Summerto.'i. Apply to W.
D. Carson, Dalzell, S. C.
10-1 l-6tW-l taw.
W. T. Hall, Wheelwright and
Blacksmith, has moved his shop
to South Sumter street, near Lib?
erty In rear of O'Donnell & Co.,
where he Is prepared to do gen
?!f%l repair work. Horseshoeing
specialty. Tarras strictly cash.
! THE SCHOOL SUIT PROBLEM! f
THERE'S 'no econo.ny and
no money saved Jin buy?
ing for an\active] Boy Ja
cheap School Suit.
School H Suits *jcan" not be
made too well.
We know all the Clothes re?
quirements of the most strenuous
School Boy and we are equal to
Suits made by Makers that
know exactly "how" Fabrics,
making and trimming are com
b i n e d for perfection
School Suit making.
Suits at $3, $4, $5 to $10
Double Breasted, Norfolk,
Blouse and Russian Styles.
The D. J. Chandler Clothing Co.
Sumter, S. C.
Messrs T. H. and H. T. Edens
hold their I-.ee County place near
Mayesvllle to W. W. and J. W. Player
for $23,760. The place was bought
by them seven yeais ago and has
more than paid for itself In the time
that they have had it. It contained
4S2 acres of land and was sold at
$65 an acre.
O'Donnell & Co., advertise the Tar
Heel blanket today, than which there
is no better made.
Hot Supper at Rembert,
Rembert, Nov. 2.?Or
of November 11th, in
Creek school house, R?
under th# au :* <~ee o
there will be a hot supper to wnica
everybody fs invited. Every effort is
being put forth to entertain
those attending. Fruits, caa
dies, oysters and other very palatable
eatables will be served. Music will
be furnished. The aim of the com?
mittee is to entertain all who are
There are several applicants out
? ' position of Recorder, mal?
vacant ay the re?-t? .atloo of re?
corder Raffleld ;*ne eppolntateisl <of
night. Mayor L. D. Jennings is act?
ing as Recorder until the appoint?
ment is made.
The Sumter Clothing Company an?
nounces today the result of the
"Walk-Over" ad writing contest.
ODONNELL ? CO
Tar Heel Blankets
We have been selling this blanket contin?
uously for more than twenty years and we
believe it is the best blanket made in the
country for the price, if there was a better
one we would have it. As the name would
indicate they are made for us in North
Carolina. The mill started in a small way,
but !s now classed among the leading indus?
tries of our Sister State. We were among
their first patrons, and they appreciate our
business to such an extent that we are
placed on a parity with the largest buyers
in the leading commercial centres of the
Country. Notwithstanding, the advance
in raw materials we are selling this blanket
to-day as cheap as we ever did. so that the
High Cost of Living
Does not affect this "particular article of
merchandise, We arc not selling as many
of them as we would like to, the trouble is
that they last to long. The purchase of a
pair of MTar Ileel" blankets means an in?
vestment of ten to twenty years.
We have a full supply on hand of all sizes
white and gray, and if you are not already
supplied, you had better get under a pair,
for there is no investment you can make
will bring you greater comfort these chilly
We have a full line of cheaper blankets,
white and gray, from $1.00 up. also a full
line of comfortables from $6 down.
O'DONNELL & CO