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lAHia: CKOWD IN XiriJNDAMI
\M> EVENTS at MORMM.
I \ Et'l I I I? si i A Est?.
4 limber . i Pole Create*
.MiM'h Mecrlim?itt?Qim> VYIJltlord
ao?| IVvil l'.r. .tri > \ItiM SlMVC**ful
Conic Htam* lit ltu?<e?? lea tu re* of
There wer* about Kon p.rxons who
Cime nur on the South ?'?rolina
V% intern special, w .nch 0g* nt.d out I
from llurtsxlllc Frida] no rnlng and
brought this large a crowd to Sumter
to Join In Sumter's Seaboard tvidtn
tU?n. The train h ad of visitors were
met at the station by a large number
of Sumter ? hustncM men heuded by
the bend and a parade wan fWSStl
and mart hed up street from tho sta
Uta, The visitors were then turn, d
lose to get acquainted and to have
a good tune during t>o- >) \\.
The foot races came off during tho
morning aa ach? dub d. and otto
events were pulled off successfully.
Much Interest was taken by every?
body la the various events, and the
climbing of the greased poles during
the morning, of uhirh there were
many attempts, kept the crowd at the
top-top notch of merriment. This
feature had a big crowd around It all
day and there were continued Jeers
and gibea at those who were trying
ao hard to earn the five dollar bills at?
tached near the top of the pole*.
Pennies were thrown from the
Dank of Sumter'M to w building, and
there was a general scramble for
them. The money burled in the
ground may ha\ ?? b* en found, but
who were the findet s has not yet
been ascertained. All of tho other
features advertised were ? xecuted and
created much Interest.
The chief feature of the morning
was the foot races. They were com?
menced shortly after noon and con?
tinued until after one o'clock. In
these events Cecil Hrearely and Quay
Wllllford were the most successful
contestants, each of them winning
several flrnt ai d second prises.
In the 100 yard djsh for boys, Phil
Booth tame first. Cecil Brearley sec
oud. for men. Quay Wllllford. first,
Henry Cuttlno. second..
210 yard dash, for boys, Cecil
' Brearley, first. Carroll Simpson, sec?
ond; for men, Quay Wllllford, first,
l?awrence Brunnen, sect nd.
Running broad Jump, for boys, Ce
? d Brearley. Urs;. Phil Booth. s
ond; for men. Quay Wllllford. first.
Henry Cuttlno, second
Sa. k race, for b* y^, Herbert Ep?
person, first. Zack Darr, second.
Wheelbarrow race, fo~ boys, Her?
bert Epperson and ljt\\ o-nre Brunson
ntst. Spann and Hums, second.
Throe-legged race, Stuckey and
? Potato race, fur boys, Herbert Ep?
person, first, James Burgess, second;
for men. Quay Wllllford. flrat, Ceeil
I >ther races, half mile and relay
race, came off In the afternoon, as did
the motorcycle races.
Seven thousand bugs of rice were
landed In Charleston Thursday from
the plantation gl former governor, IV
c Heyward This is said to be the
largest shipment of rice that ever
went In'o that city. The Beaufort
Oaxette says: "How many people
know thst Mr. g|gfWmHfa plantation
Is in Beaufort count. '' Charleston
papers d< not mentit n the fact. by
Th hantn do not report a
|| r.j.- amount of gfgglMgi done I'n
tkn \Kssi:k coi kt UFHOUM BF?
Foims at EXTRADITION,
tioo* to Cliattunoikgu to Gel Man At
eeood ?>r ohutiniiiK swm.ooo ol ssans!
Columbia, Wov, to.?C, J. Hebert,
uhi> was indicted three >?ars ago l?y
IlM Richlind ^ran? jury on the cIuum
of obtaining |M,ttt from th? Bern!?
Doli securities toon pony of Columbia
under faint prof noes, will rerj prob?
ably be brought back it. South Coro?
[Una for irlali following a decision by
i ho Supreme rouii of Tennessee yee?
lorday. Hebert his boon raaldlng 'a
Chattanooga since loavlng south Car*
? i H>? wai lighting extradition.
Bbnrtlf Colonaaa of Riehland oounty
h ft yeetsrdas for Tennessee t?> bring
Tho decision of the Tennessee su
presne soojrt yesterday ordered that c.
j. Hebert be plseed Lo the oustody of
the Mate of^outh Carolina,
"I expect to bring the CS St to trial
at the January tt?rm of court in Ric'i
land county." Haid W. H. Cobb, so
licltor of this circuit, last night, when
Informed that a favorable decision
had BOOOU given by the Tennessee
court. "I understand that Hebert in?
tends to carry the case to the Fnited
States supreme court," solicitor Cobb
Hebert was indicted in the Rich
land county court at the same time
with John Y. Oarllngton and James
IStobo Young, former ofTieers of the
Seminole Securities company. He
left the State and lived for several
I years in Chattanooga, where It is said
he was engaged in business. About
IS months ago an attempt was made
to bring him back to South Carolina.
Hebert brought habeas corpus pro?
ceedings and the case has been in
the courts of Tennessee for more than
The decision was handed down by
Judge Ruchanan, sitting in court of
NF.<.IU> 1>1KK OF WOUNDS.
Heath st Sumter Hospital Friday
Morning Followed slaw.ting of Week
Eddie McRrlbe colored, died at the
Sumter Hospital Friday morning
about 2 o'clock as the result of wounds
received on the Friday night of tho
preceding week at the hands of Jlm
mie, arias "Mama," Wilson, while the
two were in attendance upon a hot
supper and dance at th. house of one
The inquest was held Saturday morn?
ing and the evidence adduced there
was In effect that everybody was hav?
ing a big time, when McRride endeav?
ored to take a pistol away from Wil?
son. The two were engaged in
a scuffle in which McRride flapped
and cursed Wilson and then drew
his gun and snapped it, aiming at
Wilson. Wilson wheeled to one side,
and on his pistol failing to fire, drew
his own gun and tired point blank
at McRride, mortally wounding him.
McRride then crawled to the bedside
I snd was put in it. He then comrnenc
I ed waving his pistol and shooting,
' until the pistol was taken away from
him by his brother, who in turn had
the pistol taken away from him by
another negro, who fired at him three
times, while he was running.
Mose Ia-wis was shot in the leg
when he went to enter the house to
BOS what the trouble was about, but
did not know who shot him. Rill
Brand, at whos.- house the dance ami
shooting occurred stated thai he was
ii .t on tiie promisee at the time that
tiie shooting took place, He said
thai lie was in the woods gathering
* < oi| for the Hi ?
"Cardui Cured Me"
For nearly ten years, at different times, Mrs. Mary JInkf
of Treadway, Tenn., suffered with womanly troubles. She
says: "At last, I took down and thought I would die, I
could not sleeps I couldn't eat I had pains all over. The
doctors gave me up. I read that Cardui had helped so
many, and I began to take it, and it cured me. Cardui
saved my life! Now, 1 can do anything.**
Cardu ! WomartsTonic
If you are weak, tired, worn-out, or suflcr from any of
the pains peculiar to weak women, such as headache,
backache, dragging-down feelmgs, pains in arm, side, hip
or limb*, and other symptoms of womanly trouble, you
should try Cardui, the woman's tonic Prepared from per?
fectly harmless, vegetable ingredient?, Cardui is the best
remedy for you to us*, as It can do you nothing but good.
It contains no dangerous drugs. It has no bad after-effects.
Ask your druggist He sells and recommends Cardui
a- LadlM* AJitMip Dept. Ch/*tam>*rt M?<1lrln? Co. Cvatiinonft, T?mm>,
tmi Mnm fco?*. Horn* TrMtajaat tor Womo," moi tr??. j M
FINNAN STUDENT LOST.
W. I>. WATSON OP HORRY
Iblh-ve,! That Young Man May Have
Taki n Landaunin in Midst of Pit
fJreenvtlle, Nov. :y.?w. i>. Wut
?oii, ;i Furman university Student?
member of a prominent Horry coun?
ty family Is strangely missing from
thi' oottsgs campus aad it Is feared
that ho has met death at his own
hand. H.i llsappearance was dis
OOVtrad early this morning when his
roommate awoke and found him
gone. His eollar and He and watch
Ware in the room and a bottle of
laudanum which he was known to
have had In his possession could not
he found among hiH effects. Searching
parties have thronged the surround?
ing country throughout the day and
night for a possible trace of the mis?
sing student but up until midnight he
Im 1 not In en found nor the slightest
eh e :;s to ids movements after leaving
his room uncovered. It Is believed
that he is a victim of somo form of
melancholia as he appeared greatly
depressed of late and had been under
the care of a physician. The young
g an registered from Nlxonvllle,
which is about 18 miles from Con
As nearly as can be ascertained
Watson left his room in the Judson
college about 6 o'clock this morning
HIS roommate was asleep at the time
he left the room but awoke soon af?
ter and not finding the young man re?
ported the matter to other students
In the dormitory. An investigation
revealed the fact that Watson had
left without his collar and tie and
W itch. It was also notieed that
bottle of laudanum which the young
man was known to have bad In bis
possession for some time and which
he is thought to have used exter?
nally was missing from the room.
Several searching parties were s ?on
organized and throughout the day a
careful examination of the various
buildings on the campus, a deep ra
v.ne behind the dormitory' building
and various nooks down on the river's
edge was made. Finding no traces
of the young man In these places the
parties branched out and scoured the
surrounding Country, Information
was had that some one answering the
description of Watson was seen to
pass near the home of H. B. Tlndal
on Crescent avenue, a mile from the
university, abom 7.30 o'clock this
morning- The parties made a thor?
ough search of the country in that
section and far down the Augusta
road. No truce of the young man has
bean found up to a late hour tonight.
W. D. Watson, who was 31 years
of age, came to Furman university
about October 1. He stated that he
was g graduate of the Citadel, finish?
ing there ten years ago. From the
time he graduated up to the time he
came to Furman he taught school at
various places In Horry county. The
young man stated that he desired to
enter the Utting school and go all the
way through college, as he had found
himself s?? deficient in some branches
he wished to "begin all over again."
Since he had graduated in the Cita?
del. Watson was matriculated in the
university department. He took up
his Studies at once, having some of
his classes in the Utting school depart?
ment and some in the university. He
progressed in his studies and seemed
to be getting along in g satisfactory
About ten days ago Watson became
ill and was confined to his room until
a I.out Thursday. He made frequent
visits to a physician and seemed to
be suffering from some nervous trou?
ble, iio ask that the physician re?
quest the authorities to excuse him
froin his studies until be was better.
This was done. When Been on the
campus Thursday by one of the tit
ting school professors he seemed to be
In a very despondent mood. His com?
panions state he aided somewhat
luerly of late, seemed to be in a very
downcast mood ami worried about
something, and sometimes talked
queerly, though no one suspected
that he was In any way mentally de?
ranged. Watson was not a man of
had habits. On the contrary, he
led an exemplary life, It is under
itood that he was considering enter?
ing the mlnlstery.
Chamber of Commerce Notes.
I leave Bumter with tin- deepest re?
grets and I t ike this opportunity of
saying Hood Uye to tin people of
Bumter and Sumter county who work?
ed bo earnestly and faithfully with the
chamber of Commerce for the pasl
two years In msJcIng this eity and
e..i nty a "Better Cho r in Which tv
Live 1 The Bumter Chamber of
Commerce is left In excellent hands
and I am sure th.it Secretary \
Waterman \\iii be given the same loy
ai support that has been rendered
me while secretary of this Chamber,
A. v. SN ELL.
MM II WORK TO BE DONE IN 2?
Member* Pour In lo \w nd i.;ist Ses?
sion of si\t>?? < oiitj Congress?Sen*
Washington, Nov How to dis
poae of one billion dollars worth of
annual appropriation bills and trans?
act other genera] legislation In 26 days
Is the problem worrying Speaker
Champ dark .i nd associate managers
of the bouse. James it. Mann, Re?
publican leader, jusl back from Pan?
ama, dropped in today to discuss with
the speaker prospects tor tie- three
moni hs' session.
"We didn't make any plans for the
session," said Mr. Mann later.
speaker Clark agreed that no plans
for the future had i>een considered,
"There ate actually about L'tj days
for work on appropriation and geil?
end measures," said the speaker.
"There are !?l! days in the session.
Take out 13 Sundays; 11 Christmas
holidays; 13 Mondays, which are de?
voted alternately to district of Co?
lumbia and pension legislation; 13
Wednesdays, which an1 given to bills
on the regular calender, and 13 Fri?
days, devoted alternately to claims
and private pills, and there are left
but 86 unencumbered days for gen?
Senators and Representatives pour?
ed into Washington today from all di?
rections. Senator Oallinger, the lie
publican nominee tor the office of
president pro-tempore of the senate,
is expected tomorrow. A Republican
senatorial caucus probably will be
held soon after to decide whether the
New Hampshire senator shall be con?
tinued as the nominee or some one
else chosen for the honor.
In case a caucus Is held there will
be more interest in the personnel of
its membership than in the subject
of discussion. Senator Oixon of Mon?
tana, who was Col. Roosevelt's man?
ager, said today that he did not con?
template pai icipation in anothei Re?
publican caucus, and Senator Poin
dexter has announced publicly his
withdrawal from the Republican par?
Senator Racon, now the temporary
presiding officer of the senate, has
t;,ken up with returning senators the
question of procedure for next Mon?
day. It is believed that after con?
vening the senate will be oillelally in?
formed llrst of the death of Senators
Heyburn and Rayner, and that Sen?
ator Root then will officially an?
nounce the death of Vice Rresident
Shorman and present resolution for
News Note?Spring fashions of
1913 demand severe straight lines.
"She's slender as the graceful reed, a
tight skirt vision rare," says The
Richmond Tlmcs-Dihpatch. "Rut
where are all the petticoats that Mag?
gie used to wear?" When slender Mag?
gie hung her curves behind the bou?
doir door, she gave her petties to the
cook to see them nevermore.- -Char?
IH) IT NOW.
Sumter People Should Not Wait Un?
til it s* Too Late.
The appalling death rate from kid?
ney disease is duei in mo3t cases to
the fact that the little kidney trou?
bles are usually neglected until they
become serious. The slight symp?
toms give place to chronic disorders
Hid the sufferer goes gradually into
tho grasp of Blight's disease, gravel
or some other serious form of kidney
if you suffer from backache, head?
ache, dizzy spells; If the kidney
secretions are irregular of passage
and unnatural In appi arance, do not
delay. Help the kidneys at once.
Doan's kidney Pills are especially
for kidney disorders they cure
where others fail. Over one bun
dred thousand people have recom?
mended Ihem. Here Is a case at
Mrs. .T. I?. Rafiield, 8 10 W. Hamp?
ton avenue, sumter. s. 8., says: "I
consider I loan's Kidney Rills a valu?
able remedy and cheerfully endorse
them. My supply was obtained at
China's Drug Store and their use re?
lieved me of backache and other
distressing symptoms of kidney com?
For vale by all dealers. Price BO
rents. Foster-Mtlburn Co., Buffalo,
New York. sop. scents for the United
Remember the name?Doan's
and take no other. No. 23
Geo, H. Hurst,
UNDERTAKER \M> I H1IAIJKER.
Prompt attention to day or night
\ i < ?1.1? J. I?. < IIAIG STAND, Jo.! V
Dai Plume M^lit Rhone 201.
* DR. G. OSTEEN, JR.,
5 18 W. Liberty St. Phone No. SO
-OFFICE HOUR?- ?
8 TO 1. 2 TO 6. L
Why Not Something
We have plenty of useful presents for you
to give the boy. your wife, or the husband?
needn't wait for Xmas either.
You know, something you've been needing
about the house for a long time.
Let us show you.
The New Hardware People.
For horse*, mules, wagons, buggies, surries, harness, etc. call on us and
get prices. Terms and prices right. Agent for the Rock Hill buggy. A
full line of Moline plow implements, consisting of one-horse, two sizes of
two horse steel turn plows (Blue Bird), middle bursters, harrows, grain
drills, cotton and corn planters, pea hullers, etc.
Have you seen the till Fords? Take a look at it. Reduction in price,
but better in quality. Touring care, $600; roadster, $525.00, F. O. B. De?
troit. We will have a large and complete line of Ford parts in stock in a
few days, so that you can get any Ford part from us.
D. C. SHAW CO.
IsVll & 14 sum tor St. Pboue 553.
TEETH A YD MONEY.
Money spent on teeth is a good
investment and one that gives yeu
>. ?. Medium <?! Exchange ?
only ?ood ho far as ?t gives us
the things which ce itrll sti to our
health* eon 'on und happiness,
wtivn spent on the Teeth it brings
Us all Three of the Above.
The Sumter Dental Parlors are de?
voting their life work to the care of
the teeth, let them look your mouth
Sumter Dental Parlors,
DR. C. H. COURTNEY, Prop.
OVER MRS. ATKINSON'S MILLINERY STORE.
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
90 e. bay street. Charleston, S. C.
ah Cotton Handled on Commission.
Extra Staple Cotton a
Would be Glad to Receive Consignments From You,
Which Will Command our Very
MOLES and WARTS
Removed with MOLESOFF, without pain or danger, no matter
how largo, or lion far ralso? above the surface of the skin. Ami
ibe> will never return, and no irsiv or near will i>o left. MOLES*
OFF i* applied dlrectl) to Uk? MOLE or WART, which entirely
disappear* In about ?d\ days, killing the gerni and leaving the ^kin
smooth ami natural.
MOLESOFF put up onlj li One IK?||ar bottles
Each bottle is neatly packed In :i plum case, accompanied bp full
directions, and contains enough remedy to remove eight or ten
ordin?r) MOLES or WARTS, w u seil MOLESOFF under s positive
GUARANTEE if it falls to renn \.' yo u IOLB ?>r WART, we will
promptly refund the dollar.
Florida Distributing Companj Department, Pensaoota, Fia.