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NOBODY RIDES AUGUSTA GARS
OPFKATINO W1TVOIT INTKIt
KlPTloN THHol (.HOl T
Pubh. Still KmU>>ih Pleasure* of
Trolley Hide?l ine to Alken U Idle
Augusta, llu, Oet. 3.?Though the
public Is not jslng them, the sire, t
cars are operating without Interrup?
tion throughout the day today.
All the car lines are patrolled by
potlosgaen and men b? rs of the force
of BptCiul deputies sworn in from
among the promlneit husim<s men
by the nhcrlff. The lake line, run?
ning tbroush "Harr sburg." the mi l
district, was opened today, that sec?
tion being patrolled i\\ ,i n iu.nl und-r
the direct ?uperxtslon of Sheriff
The Alken line l* still idle, and
there is now no telllsg when an effort
will be made to carry a car over It.
Admittedly It is th. linker point of
the entire local -dtuatton, and the
company 'taelf know.* u man or force
of men can not he found t ? try to bjsj
through the Horse Creek valley mill
section of South Carolina.
( ot RT ( MMl'l ill ^ I \ 11>I \( I
Mml'n. 01 Mill* ir? rv.bnu.il on I'll
lernth Strcel Shooting Will be Made
Augusta, d.i., Oct. 3.?The milit ir>
court has com lud.d taking evidence
In the || cases growing out of the
Fifteenth street shooting when three
Cltlsens were killed I y the mllltla. but
their timing will n??t become public
for several day*. It will be publish* d
by the governor.
The "m >ve on" order of the saJUtla
command* r. Ma). 1.. \ y, i* being rlg.d
fy enforced to |>t*\ent the eongrega- (
tlon of any crowds and under Ulli
ord .'T a n ISSlSf of arrests were m ?d<
today. In cases win re the arrested
party was able to show sustaining em?
ployment he was released, other?vl-e
h? was sent to Jail until the martini '
law ? r b r i? revoked, which M?j
Levy says, will bo sever*'.' days yet. i
Mr.Hanum rice- to Sa\snnah. I
Savannah. Oa., Oct. 3.?Warned 1
that his life was in danger and ad- |
vised, ss he stste*. by Mayor Barrett ,
of Augusta thst he would be safer
away fr? m that city, Frank Host- j
a member of the squad of Georgia" J
? vi rhc an ler *' pt. Jo**:tt
k t.ed thi?? Aumiiita . list* as during]
the ettee oar ... has fled *o Ha
Vggsjsas Me sjsssm her< g ?< asi
Dsfoe oldlUrea pmiiiiiis**. ^ta|
Barrett, according to a telegram re- '
celved here today, substantiates H<>s
tsVs story. The militiaman was giv?
en work by the director of public
works of aflvannah today und later |
i*lll go to New York.
Indien summer I? here once ggsjfi
and people who oon't enjoy tnich
beautiful days ss Saturday < an t
realise what fine weather Is.
i>r. tTfttUi n. KPPs.
Phy?ftct?n and Surgeon.
OtT.ce ?ver I>eLorme*s Drug Store.
Residence 307 N Main Street. Of?
fice hours 11 A. M. to 2 P. M. Of
flc% phone 419. residence. 371.
Geo. H. Hurst,
CNM-KI \KKK \M? I MH\LMi:i;
Prompt attention to day or night
AT OsVD J. I?. CKAKi STAN 1?. 20*2 N.
I>a> Pbooe :?.'.?. Mght 11? one 201.
If SSJSJ arc lliliiking of hu ) I rig
\ l?l\\l??\|>, WS Im g to Inn? the
honor of \iuir attention in our
ixciiiH of pesTesi r>**
\S ? .i . |\% ? v In a ||ng lo
snsss i.i i mom Is of the sanst
esejsjl?dh rli raetri QnnHtj gem -
ooi> i- "in ws)] \\?? i ji\e ihren
H| riubt prices and wilt gl\c a
gliaraolee m'Hi tub - mi ? SS to
<|iial i \ end -lo
W. \. ! hompson
ii w i 11 i: \m> nnii v\
WAR IN THE BALKANS.
Tl HKs AM) MOUNTAIN WASPS
v\II> TO MB nOBTINO.
No Official Confirmation is Had. hut
Humors of Breaches of IVuec tome
I-Yomi general Oimrtors.
LOBdOa, Oct 3.?Hostilities be?
tween the Balkan States and Turkey
hav?- commenced, according to reports.
fit.in many quarters tonight. A dis?
patch to thi Russian government
s.i\s that th<- Bulgarian! are crossing
An IBfSjgl m? nt hay occurre?! south
of Barman LI, a Bulgarian town 111
glllta north of Adrlnnoplt, according
to ,i Constantinople dispatch to the
Bxehangi Telegraph oompnny. The
? kSUOlly list is placed at !<?').
Military action has thua outstripped
?lewOf footed diplomacy, tor no ultim?
atum has yet boon presented to Tur?
key, arid m Constantinople none is
sxpected until Monday. The porte,
however, his sent an ofBolal notlflca?
tion to ths powers Which reads:
? in view of the manifestly sggres
'si.e attitude of the I'.alkan states,
Turkey n serves to itself full liberty
el notion, convinced that ths civilized
world trill n. t fail to do Justice to
its modi rate attitude. But this oan
net exclude care for safeguarding its
dignity and security, as well sj its
This, It would seem, is the pOrtt*f
way Of preparing the world for the
failure of the power: to stave off hos?
No official confirmation of the rup?
ture of peace is to be had but skir
mishe-i are reported to have occurred
in the neighborhood of Bjumbala.
Caledalo onJ Jamboll, Bulgarian ter
rltoiy, In the Albanian vilayet of Scu?
tari, along the Montenegrin frontier,
and near Baaschkvranya on the 8or?
I? \V sTl BY IH )H PULPIT,
i vi mai > Pvsrpoee or American Col?
leges Ising since Lost.
Washington. Oct. 4.?The original
purpose ?if American COllegSl was
mainly to train men for the ministry,
but it is so n<> longer. Harvard.
founded chletly to educate clergymen,
now gives t ? that profession barely I
I per cent of her graduates; Yah-, be
,3 * Impulses now eon
I tout I p? i < at,
i This ?cd orb. . interest Ins ?
i the profession! favors b ?liege
u i ? ? it * ? ? ire ,1( , . ? 1 ...i , f> ,.,
ttti Just issued oy me I nlted btaUM
Bureau of Kducatlon.
The decline in the number of young
men going Into the ministry has been
accompanied by a raise in the profes?
sions of teaching, law and buslnesn.
All three have been more or less con?
sistent gainers at the expense of the
At Harvard the ministry yielded the
leadership to law after the Revolu?
tionary War, and law remained the
dominant profession of Harvard grad?
uates until lHHO, when business took
tho lead. At Yale the ministry com?
peted successfully with law until af
t? r the middle of the nineteenth cen?
tury, st hon Ian took the asosndoncy
.ml ke,,t u until 1&U5, being then dis?
placed I y business.
At the University of Pennsylvania
one-fourth of th?- grtidu.it? s used to
go into tio- mlnla rys now about one*
hftleth do so, Uberlln College shows
the an mi story or" the dtcllne In num
i er- of men atu Ij ni ior ths pulpit.
At the University of Michigan out of
an army of more than 11,900 grad?
uate! only III haVi becoma min?
a aids .rem their contribution! to
the elergy, most of the unlversltlea
and OOllsgea haVi had favorite pro
loni At Columbia, Darmouth
(ami Htollgnn, lot Instance, it |a law;
ut l'ennsyl\anla it is medicine; at
Oberlln, Wisconsin and man) others,
particularly ths co-educational institu?
tions, i is toaeblngi while ? few of the
universities "Brown for example
have shown an Impartial spirit, divid?
ing their strength almost equally
among four leadlni professions
a fins summon 1 f -~ representu?
live college! shows that leaching '>*
now ins dominant profession of col
i ?. graduates, with is per cent;
i bualnses takes 10 per cents law,
( which attracted one?thlrd of ?u tht
graduatta ni the beginning of the
nineteenth centur) nou clalma onlj
; per cent; medicine takes between
. and iM,r cent, and aeema to i><
slightly en tin decline, engineering
is slow I j going up, bm atlll I ikea ? ? i * i >
:? or i tef nt. u bile I hi mini I rj
With its preSM ni ? or per ? ? nt of the
total h i, r- o h. d the los ei I mal I
foi th.i? profession iri the two und a
hall centuries ol Ami i ? in college
The i?oi i'ii a ? ? ? n re \t Krld ?>
bet wee i thi Sttimi?M 11 4ehool anil
the Kl ore nee Pi eshyt? rl in High
hool r. hi i i-< '?? inr i ilk< 'I ? on
I slderebl j l?j I h ? ? fool I 11 ? fun ? f
I Hlimtl ?' Who at< .: i?i n i! mm
'r,io,? r >ot hail oi, up ik ii grounds
1. s. DISTRICT ATTORNEY OPENS
GOVERNMENT CASE .
Jury Secured After 18 Hours to Tr>
hi Defendant* Aocuesd of Com?
plicity in Alleged Country-wide
Dynamite Plots ? Court's Ruling
(Jives Government Wido Latitude.
Full Hlstor) of Cases Read to Jur>
by lauding Counsel for Prosecu?
Indianapolis. Ind.. ??et. ? Not
only evidence of tin- alleged Illegal
Inter-St ate shipment of dsn.unite and
nltro-glycerlne, but also evidence ai
to w h;it was dorn- with the explo?
sive! will lie admitted at the trial of
the 46 men accused of complicity in
tin- "dynamite plots."
Federal Judge Anderson so ruled
today. His decision, thus opening to
the prosecution the right t" show a
motive by going Into the details of
many explosions, Including that which
wrecked tin- Los Angelet Times build
Inkg, October 1. 1910, came after the
en panelling of a jury ami a severe
arraignment of the defendant! in the
opuening stut* ment by District Attor
n< i Miller.
AddreMlng Ihe jury and pointing
his finget at Prank M. Ryan and the
46 other nan se ited three deep acrosu
the court room. Mr. Miller declared
the trial hsd begun of the instigators
of "the most far reaching coniplracy
In the history of the country, In
whi h during more than five years
property of Incalculable value had
been destroyed and many, many
lives had been lost"
Bight farmers, two r< tired farnv
er?, one grocer and one grain dealer
all roslding In country towns or rural
districts In Indiana, compose the jury,
l.u/.y Man as Lovemaker.
it i- said that a lasy, indolent man
often makes a very nice lover?If no
?a od at work, he shines it loveinak
The worst of it ll that a girl is lla
ble to imagine that .us keenness in
making love Will be carried into his
business life, and she assumes that he
is also an ardent worker.
But .-dw always tinds out. and the
sooner the better, that he has no such
Incllnstloi s, one might even go so far
as to sty. no intention-, either;
whether 1 e is aide to work hard or
not. he h is no desire to. but he is
no chan< > warrl I ?.i'-^r place
Ing for both.
Once er gaged, he carefully avoids
talking ol marriage, but seems quite
content to avail himself ?>f the girl's
time, charms and even her hospitality,
with no thought of the wrong he is
That does not worry him. however,
he enjoys her pleasant companion?
ship, eats teas, suppers, dinners with
apparent relish, and In many other
ways avu Is himself with no Intention
whatever of ever fulfilling his part of
it by marrying the young lady and
providing f<>r her future wants.
< >f course, this state of affairs can?
not go on forever, and If the girl docs
not put a stop to It her folks do, and
then the "love-grafter" looks for an?
other girl to provide amusement and
entertainment for him.
<>ur German grandmothers used to
say. "Beware of him who talks of
love, and not of marriage!" Anil it
is a sensible warning, one that every
girl and woman would do well to re?
member In Connection With her deal?
ings with young men, or older ones.
Nl.t.KOl.s HOB AND Ml HDKK.
I^sn of Mono) and Life at Darling?
ton?An Aged Negro Is killed.
Darlington. Oct. 3.?Two hold-ups,
one resulting m the murder of the
victim, were committed on Florence
street l tat night, shortly after 9
o'clock, Two strange negroes imme?
diately after o'clock held up one,
Ritas Furman, on the lower end of
Florence street, and at the point of a
pistol relieved htm of in cash.
About ten minutes later they op?
beared it Ihe store of an old negro,
ijeorge llanford, who was engaged In
counting his cash preparatory to lock?
ing up for the night. At the point ol
the pistol they demanded the money.
They met with resistance from
George, which resulted in ins receiv?
ing a pistol --lea wound in the buck
which wcnl through the heart and
iu?ed him Instantly.
The wo i obbers uacit p< d t In n w it h
\ ? it Ih suppose d Ui ha\e been about
$.".'?. 'i his i t in thii il hold up bj
t w ? i ne ii m in i in eetion in the p ?
two we.', i, About in > weeks ago i
reputable merchant of <' h. in t'hes
11 rib Id county Ju >t over t he line fron
Kocletj l IUI, wn - ? i n ?llj l?cat< n is|
'i iid robbed of i i 11 .?? om c *
The band gave .t ; weekl
? il tht grei n Thui sd ly nigh
cert v h P b was verj much
I .\ tin e Who V ere ..lit I ? I In
SPECIAL TRAIN ON S. C. W.
first passenger train op
erated ON m:\\ line came
IN thursday MUHT.
Train Brought about Plftj Passengers
inut Was Met hv a Iju??. Number of
Citlaem?Party Came to Show?
Visitors from Hartsv 11 lc and Bish?
The first passenger train to be op
erated over the South Carolina Wes?
tern road arrived In the city Thurs?
day night a few mlnutea after B
o'clock and was met by n large body
of cltliena of Sumter who went down
to welcome the v isitors and to tee the
first train come in over the new road
which makea Sumter and Blahopville,
and Hartavllle the other placea on th?
read ao much nearer neighbors.
The train was a special and was
operated out ol Hartsville for the ;
i purpose of bringing a party of cltl- I
j seni from that and other towns along
the line, especially Bishopville, to
] the show ;.t the Academy of Music J
Thursday night? As a consequence '
of the vialtorj being here "Mutt and'
Jeff" had about one hundred more
persona In the audience that night
than tihey would have had had the i
road not been con pleted and the
sp< i i.ii operate d,
The incoming of the first South
Carolina Western train into the city i
was a big event for Sumter and seem
ed to ho considered in the same light
hy the cltiseni of the towns who r"d>
in on the train, a- the completion of
the road and "he operation of trains
between Che points is for the mutual
benefit of the railroad and the public.
1 '?>? means of the road the towns
north of Rumter are placed, as it
were, much nearer to Sumter and
communication between them win be
made \ ery much easier.
s;ole Money from Magistrate.
When thieves get so bold hat they
enter the court house and rob the I
Judge then things are getting to a
pass that nothing Is safe from them.
Last Thursday Magistrate IJradham,
whoae office Is in the court house, had
collected some money from a tenant
and he placed this money, bills and
silver, In hi* desk and then went out,
when he returned he discovered that
h s desk had been tampered with, and
on examination he found the bills had
been stolen, the silver and gold watch
To Debtors and Creditors of tile Es?
tate of i>r. it. If. Mntdrow, Deceas?
All persons Indebted to the estate of
I>r. K. M. Muldrow, deceased, are
notitled to make settlement with the
undersigned, and all having claims
against said estate should present
their claims, duly attested, to
J. R. MULDROW,
R, T. HAYNS WORTH.
Sumter. B. C. Oct. 5.
DEEDS, NOT WORDS,
Sumter People Have Absolute Proof
of Deeds at Home.
It's not words but deeds that prove
The deeds of Doan's Kidney Tills.
For bumter kidney sufferers.
Have made their local reputation.
Proof lies in the testimony of Sum
tor people who ha\e been cured to
J. 11. Orady, lti Wright street,
sumter. s. C, says: "I do not hesi?
tate to recommend Doan'a Kidney
Pills, having found them very bene?
ficial. My hack ached nearly all the
time and 1 had acute pains through
my kidneys, l was often lame and
stiff and l noticed that the kidney
secretions contained sediment. Doan'a
Kidmy I'ills. which 1 obtained from
Chlna'a Drug store, removed these
symptoms of kidney complaint and
helped me in every way. 1 know
that this remedy t an be ra iled upon."
(Statement given March 16, 1908.)
\ Lasting Cure.
On January 9, 1911, Mr. Qrady
aa!d: "1 willingly confirm my form?
er endorsement of Doan's Kidney
P ||* . nd make the fact known that
they effected a permanent iure In
my case. You may continue to p b?
list? my endorsement of thia prepara?
For -ale by all dealers. Price BO
cents. Foater-Mllburn Co., liuffalo,
New York, aole agents for the L'nlted
Remember the name l ?.> in'a
; ind lake n<? ol her. No.
a pt.iDP Hi?inMn< a ?k*t? h an I itlWCl lpt1?ill ninv
nutoki) 'tHi'm tHiu nur opinion (roo whslhor m>
Invention u prnbil r ratr ioo > < ommtintfs>
? i,i itrictljrci iiBtl?ntU1. HANDBOOK <"1 H?0'?ui
,PI,i frM. o iMt Mann) t >rMourms iMitenia,
i?,i, >* i.k.ii i in? uitIi Muuu A Lo. receive
tptrutl notict * it hout obsrse, lu i ini
r\ hsndiomnly Illustrated weekly t unreal <-ir
llKllon ? f Kill fn'iil ill.' Journal. 'I ? i i -. $ > ?
%.t)ir" f > ii r r. ? "i*, t L Bwd by all newsdealers,
MUNN & Co.3MB~ New YnrK
llrmicti wt" ' - K s? , WiiOnn? ii u. I?. i .
Maybe If s Not
it you are not saving something each week,
You may have thought what you could put aside "wouidn'1 in
worth bothering with." Qet away from thai Idea. The amount
doesn't matter. The main tiling is to save SOMETHING at
The Peoples' Bank.
4 per cent on Savings Fron: Day of Deposit.
Choice Farm Lands.
We are offering this fall one of the most attractive lists ol farm 'amis ws
have been able t., get together in the alno years we have been f iling Sum
ter ami Clarendon lands. We have seen i??? average price..: puw from |io
to $2.*? per acre at the beginning of that period-4o 130 to $?.<? i' r sen now.
W'e confidently expect to see these tandi telling at *7j to lias, per acre
\s.thin the next five years. Why; Because the land* are a - u.l i
lands in Marlobor, Marion. Darlington cm inties now selling at more th
. er acre, and yet farming conditions are better here. We have the
bor, railroad and marketing facilities ?f ;>;>>? of the Counties in the g|
rlCUltural section embraced in the upper coastal belt?admittedly ti
farm lands of the State.
If you want to share in the prosperity that comes to a rapidly developing
community, now is the time to buy ana !.me a part of it. Come over and
let Us show you.
ci y ^ROPFPrr t-? t? r% i /-> REtt.?ftat? loans
farms j< r\ HOfS<-T I iO MORTGAGES and
TWBERIANO ,x? fvlO 1 V^W* investments
261-2\.^ain St. w^i- static ??f.amcm Sumter, S. C.
j? II IIFXSKTt. ER! i:st FIELD.
WHEN IN Ni ED < F A GOOD WORr
EASY. HONEST AND WELL MADE.
Ask For the
I tfitherspoon Bros. Shoe Mfg. to.
Sti 4 fER. S. C
Sold by all RESPONSIBLE merchants.
Buy them and cut your Shoe bill 25 per cent.
5 If Its Merchandise ?
?-HARRELSON'S CASK STORE HAS IT-*
^ Just in from the North, the tinest line of Hats, Caps, Clothing, jssv
2 *>tc? y?u could wish to see. and the prices are IUQHT. Come wl.h ^
Wk the crowd to our special] bargain days?Wednesday and Saturday. 5|
a D. Harrelson, St. Charles, S C. a
g| *TIIK BRICK JSTORi:." ^
MOLES and WARTS
Removed with, MLOLE80FF, without nsssi or daisgvr. no matter
how large, or how far raised ai>o\o ilss surface of the skia. And
they will never return, ami no trace ->r scar udsl be left. HfhTiWsV
OFF is applied directly Iai che MOLK or \\ di r. uttoJett entirety
disappears In a bout six killing; the germ and leavtag tlie *kin
smooth atwi natural.
MOLE&OFF Is put up onlj i? One Dususr botHea
Each bottle is neatly packed in a plain ease, accompanied by full
dtrecUons, and contains enough remedy t..> tensevs eight or ten
ordinary MOLRH or \V\UTS. We sell MOMSSOFF under a positive
QUARANTKK if u fails tn remove \\iur KOUB or WART, we will
promptly refund the dollar.
Florida Distributing Compass; Pepsjstmesa, Prnsnmla Fla.
TklTH AM? MONEY,
Money spent on teeth is s *ood
Investment and one that gives you
Monr) (he Medium ul Exchange
is only good so t.*r as it gives us
the things which contribute to our
health comfort and happiness.
Wlien spent on the lYetli it brbsga
lTs ad rttrcc of ?iu- Above,
The Sutnter l>ental Parlors are de
Voting Iheli . ? work to the t are of
the leetl Lh< tn look your mouth
Sumter Dental Parlors,
DR. c: M. COl RTNEY, Prop,
OVER BiR8. VTsUXSON'S mm ' im in snmi