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EERRY ACROSS THE SANTEE.
Indication* That Efforts to Oom Riv?
er Will Prove Successful.
Bummerton Correspondence to Man
For the peat several weeks very lit?
tle has been said about the crossing
ever Santee. but all the while there
nan bsen some plans being made.
And now It Is a certainty that the
crossing will be made, while at this
time It Is not known just how soon
nut It Is safe to say that by the early
spring people will be crossing. It
seems now that to get this movement
In operation a motor boat with suf?
ficient power to tow a flat that will
carry some six or eight automobiles
at a time will be used, using on this
side Wright's Bluff and on tho other
side Pinckney's landing. This, of
course, will necessitate going down
the river some in or four miles,
but it Is said that th.o will not require
a great deal of time. And then if it
Ts found that this prop- slton does
not prove satisfactory a road can be
built and a bridge later; but dur'ng
the time this road buddln? is going on
the people will be crossing. With a
little work on the road to Wright's
Bluff It can be made a splendid road,
and your correspondent is told that
the road leading out from Pinckney's |
leading is In epoludW shape now;
so all that is necessary to start thla|
crossing if to gat the motor boat and
make provisionsto get on and off the
flat at both landings and we will be?
gin to do business.
COUNTRY RESIDENCE BIHtNEI*.
The horns of Mr. W. R. Du Hose be?
tween Oeillaxd's Cross Roads and
* *- * ? ? ? ' ? %
Her lot was destroyed by Are last night
about * o'clock, the lire catching in
the ceiling. When discovered the
blase was so far advanced that It
could not be extinguished and the ef?
forts of the members of the family
were turned toward* saving what
they could of the furniture. How?
ever, the Ire was so hot that very lit
lie wee gotten out of the burning
building before all were forced to re?
main at a distance, while they watch?
ed the building burn. Mr. W. R. Du
IBone, Sr., was asleep tit the time ot
the fire and members of the family
barely and time to wake him up and*)
iahe htm out. \
Together with the houee and furni?
ture were the products from about
twenty-fr/e hogs which had been re?
cently killed and a Jarre pile of cord
wood, which had been piled up neat
the bulleis? and which caught from
The Insurance on the residence, an
eight room building, was $1.200, hut
there waa no Insurance en the furni?
ture or any of the other things lost
The loss will probably amount to sev?
eral times ea much as the Insurance
on the house. By hard work the bam
und Its contents were saved from the
Bre-k your Cold or LeGrlppe with
a few doses of (?6.?Advt.
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Manton
McClam was the scene of a very piet
t.y wedding on Thursday afternoon,
December 28th, at 4:30 o'clock when
their youngest daughter, Vivian Pansy
became the bride of Joseph Allen
Edens. The home was artlsti^.iUv
decorated with Southern smilax, hol-|
ly and mistletoe. Many candle.) add?
ed beauty and softness to the SC inc.
Just at the appointed hour, litt.c
Misses Anna and Isabelle Smith pre?
ceded the bride and groom into the
parlor and stood beside the beautiful
altar while the Rev. S. P. Dethea, of
Little Rock, former pastor of tlv
bride and groom, performed tho 2eic
The bride was especially pretty in n
coat suit of French blue chiffon broad
cloth with accessories to match.
After the ceremony the guests wer? !
ushered into the dining room by Mrs. i
Minnie Foxworth and Mrs. W, U.l
Htoudenmire, where they were
served pound cake and fruit punch,
little Misses it?hy Welch and trtnh
Hlrkson presiding at the punch nowlr.
Among thos? from a distance wh.>'
attended the wedding were: Rev. B.
J Bethen of Little Pock; Mrs. D. B
Bundy, Bennettsville; Mr. and Mrs. .T
D. McClam. Messrs. William and Har?
old Cockfleld. Lake City; Mr. Oeo. D.l
McClam, Portland. Me.; Mrs. W. H.
Htoudenmire. Augusta, ?S.: Mrs. Fox
worth. Little MIsh Ruby Welch. Messt .
Manning and Fate Eden?. Snmter;
I Mra W. H. Coker. Minsen Ha, belli
ari Bessie Coker. Mr. and Mra Clar
en-e Coker. Turbeville: Misses Loi:
art 1 Eugenia Thompson. Mr. and
Mrs. W D. McClam. Mcnwa Rob and
Oi.rrln Thompson. Olania; Mr. Loyd
Tralack, North Carolin?; Mr. Luclui
Truluck, Columbia, Miss Tullla Reep.
H lib-My-Ti?m?Antiseptic, relieves
rheumathm, sprains, n?uralgla, etc
THE MERRY MINSTREL MAIDS.
Singing and Dunclng Feature of Horn*
Tillent Performance at Academy of
Musie Given Vndcr Auspices of V.
Th? Academy of Music was packed
to capacity last night by the young
and old df Sumter, who gathered to
see and hear "The Merry Minstrel I
Maids" perform their parts in an
amateur performance which delighted
all who were present. Many clever
stunts were pulled off and a number
of quips were made at the expense
of some of the popular young men
0f the<community. The performance
was featured by the singing and the
special dancing acts. There were nu?
merous other features which elicitod
spontaneous and hearty applause.
The play moved, smoothly along
and the audience was kept on pins
while it waited for what was to come
next. The play took well with the
spectators, and no doubt came out
? well for the U. D. C. under whose
auspices it was given, as the house
was full and this indicates that the
receipts were heavy. Miss Hall, the
clever little lady who engineered the
affair, has done some effective work
in a short space of time in
making the acts go to a successful
The program was as follows:
Hones?Miss Cynthia Primrose, Miss
Glorlana Dockstader, Miss Dinah
Tambos?Miss Slyvia Uattee, Miss
Magnolia Melba, Miss Cinderella
Opening Chorus and Overture?
"My Mellissa"?Miss Snowball.
"My Colored Romeo"?Miss Dock?
"The Undertaker Man"- Miss
??Seyanee Rose"?Miss Hall.
"Don't Make Those Scandalous Eyes
at Me"?Miss Melba.
? "I'm Coin*; Good Bye, I'm Gone"?
"Cindy, My Black Belle, Do"?Miss
"Georgia Land"?Teilen Terry and
"The Darkies' Balmacan"?Dark
t?Wn Belle* and Beaux.
Aerial Exhibition?Blgnorlta Eulalio
and "EUaule MOntmorerizy.
"A Rich Coon's Babe"?MUs Hall
and Chorus Girls.
Terslpchorean Specialty ? M1*h
Topsy and Turvy Light foot.
Cake Walk Exhibition?Darktown
Plantation Pastime?Guess Who'.'
The "end ladies" were: Miss Prim?
rose, Mrs. J. A. Schwerin, Jr.; Miss
Dockstader, Mrs. Laura Lebby; Miss
Snowball, Mrs. R. M. Hapner; Miss
Pattee, Miss Aline Harby; Mists Melba,
Miss Eileen Hurst; Miss White, Miss
Miss Pauline Haynsworth was Tei?
len Terry. The aerial exhibition was
made by Misses Krlstianson and De
Mot. Misses Topsy and Turvy Ligtit
foot were Misses Ethel Green and
Natalie Norman. The Darkles* Bal?
macan, Misses Sheriff, M. King, Cal
houn, Sophia Brunson, Mary Nash,
Katie McKiever, Olive Sturgeon; "A
Rich Coon's Babe," Misses H. Boy
kin, S. Kelly, Aline Reynolds, Sibyl
Brunsoh, Mildred Hurst, Blosjeom
Nash. Mary Pitts, Mrs. Howell, M:s.
Pendleton, Mrs. Peebles. The care
walk children were Andrena Moiar.,
Ray Wactor, Rosalie Spann, Mildred
Ratfleld, Margaret McCollum, Eliza?
beth Ard, Helen Wolfe. Those who
took part in the chorus and planta?
tion scene were Misses Minnie Sheriff,
Minna and Nannie Richardson, Leila
Robinson, Louise and Evelyn Wil?
liams, Olive Bossard, Pinson, MaisU.
Smith, Roberta Williamson, Ufsle
Womble, Mesdames C. M. HllTSC,
Frank Lynum, L. A. Atkinson, Deau
mont, Bogln. I. C. Strauss.
for 1917, tells about the best
and gives special Information as to i
the best crops to grow, both for ]
profit and home use.
The 'ar?c increase in our b\\si- ,
nees which we have again experi?
enced during the past year is the
best of evident I as to the high
Write for catalog and prices ot
Gran and Clovqr Seeds>$eed
Potatoes, Seed Oats or any
Farm Seeds required.
CaUlog tfcalK d free onVrcfluest
T.W.WOOD O SONS,
SEfb'SRfcN, - Mtfinood, Va.
FOR DECEMBER, 1010.
1 toads and Bridge**.
Sumter Hose, grading, etc..$ 80.51
J. P. Richardson, rpg. road. 2.50
M. Dorn, rpg. bridges. 7.50
U. E. Plowden, cutting trees 1.30
T. R. McElvene, nails, etc.. 11.75
Ernest Wilson, rpg. bridge. . 1.75
M. H. Beck, dragging, etc.. 14.25
B. C. Brown, lumber. 42.40
J B. Brown, rpg. bridge, etc. 14.07
T. J. DuBose, rpg. br.dge. . 5.50
A. W. Newman, shovels. . . . 3.00
C, W. Smith & Co., freight
and dray age. 5.58
Truluck-Carraway Co., shov?
els, etc. 21.25
L. S. Vinson, rpg. bridge... 4.25
Stanyarne Burrows, rpg. road 9.50
J. C. Truluck, rpg road- 16.00
Kills Johnson, rpg. bridge. . 3.25
C. E. Dunlap, laborers. 31.15
T. C. Josey, rpg. road. 3.05
Sumter Rose, grading, etc. . 130.36
A- XV. Newman, rpg. road. . 18.1)5
J. G. Osteen, rpg. road.... 3.00
W. E. Prescott, rpg. bridge. 2.00
B. M. Fort, rpg. road. 3.00
Henry Benenhaly, Jr., rpg.
T. S. Weldon, rpg. road. . . . 1/2?
Harvey McDonald, rpg. road 2.00
Sumter RoBe, grading, etc.. . 79.05
W. S. Tlsdale, dltojiing- 37.60
Ezra Hodge, rpg. bridge... 20 75
C. E. Dunlap, laborers. . . . 39.7 5
1. M. Truluck, rpg. bridges. 94.99
J. C. Truluck, lumber. 59.04
James McNeill, lumber. .. . 14475*0
Sumter Rose, grading. ^ ?.. 12.53
R. M. Jenkins Jp Son, lumber 61.40
Sam Buckner, rpg. road. .. . 4.50
Horace Prescott, dragging. . 9.90
J. C. Truluck, laborers_ 99.00
C. E. Dunlap, laborers. 10.20
J. C. Cooper, rpg. road.... 8.00
Dundee Carter, rpg. road.. 15.00
N. M. McNeill, rug. bridgb. . 7.60
VV. S. Reams, dragging, etc. 33.17
C. E. Duulap, laborers. 9.25
Fees and. Salaries.
R. E. Wilder, auditor.$ 44.45
B. C. Wallace, treasurer. .. 44.45
H. L. Scarborough, clerk
J. K. Bradford, sheriff. 183.34
W. J. Seale, coroner. ill.68
J. H. Haynsworth, Supt Edu?
cation.. .. .. .. . 125.00
P. M. Pitts, supervisor_ 141.68
C. M. Hurst, clerk County
F. L. Player, Magistrate. . . 16.68
G. T. DesChamps, Magistrate 16.68
M. J, Moore, Magistrate_ 52.08
J. A. Hodge, Magistrate_ ,16.68
W. J. Reep, Magistrate_ 37.50
R. L. Burkette, Magistrate. . 29.18
J. L. Gill is, Magistrate_ 16.?8
J. P. Plummer, Corurtabio. . 16.68
Chas. Richardson, Constable 16.68
Hazell Boykin, Constable... 30.00
J .F. Hodge, Constable_ 16.68
J. J. Geddings, Constable. . 25.00
J. 11. Seale, Constable. 20 00
James Reames, Constable. . 16.68
\V. - McPride, Rural Pol.. . .83,34
II. B. Boykin^ Ru*al Pol.. . 83
Sam Newman, Ru&l Pol.. . 83
Alex Norris, Rural Pol.^88.34
.1. 11. Holland, Supt. Chain
Gang. . 83.34
J. L?. Nunamaker, guard. . . . 45.00
Jesse Holland, guard. 17.50
C. P. Barksdale, Supt, Scrap?
er D/lv.. . .. 60.00
C. E. Dunlap, Supt. Floating ...
L. D. Jennings, attorney. . . . 12.50
D. W. Owens, jailer. 38.34
H. G. Osteen, Board Educa?
tion. . ...- 15.00
H. H. Brunson, Board Edu?
cation .. 5.00
J. I. iBrogdon, commissioner 2T.40
W. S. Burkette, commis?
sioner. ... . . ,. 26.80
\V. B. Cooper, commissioner 28.00
E. T. Mlms, commissioner. . 31.30
W. J. Young, commissioner. 31.60
George Holmes, janitor. . . . 30.00
Y7. M. Strange, guard. 9.00
Alms Hcu.se and Pour. ,
Mrs. B. D. Mitchell, diet
Mrs. M. J. Pate, appropria?
Mrs. John Langston, appro?
Dr. W. S. Burgess, services 3.50
Dr. E. P. DuRant. dentistry 3.00
Q, II. liurrft, coffins. . . 13.00
O'Dennell Dry Goods Co.,
blankets, etc. 10.20
sumter Telephone Co., re?
Mrs. Cleo Turner, appropria?
Mrs. M. J. Walker, appro?
priation. ... . 8.00
Rttftti Washington, trans?
Mrs. D, D: Mitchell, diet
J. R. Wlngate, shoeing
;5am Ramsay, beef, etc. 11.50
Dr. W. S. Burgess, services '8.25
W. B. Hums & Son, tools,
etc. . . . 31.00
Carolina Furniture Co., mat?
tresses. V&. 50
Crotewell & Co., groceries. . 51.42
DuRant Hardware Co., shov?
els, etc. 16.90
M. Green, groceries, etc... 123?24
E. 'W. Hurst, groceries. . . . 19.70
(i. 11. Hurst. matteressoB. . . 20.00
O'Donnell Dry Goods, Co.,
Peoples More. Co., blankets,
Shelley & Son. mattresses. . 10.00
Ceo. D. Shore & Bro. horse
feed. 4 5.00
Sumter Clothing Co., cloth?
ing, . . :t.oo
J, .1 Whi)den, repairs. M.0G
Warren Nelson, potatoes... 5.40
Wm. Franklin, transportation l.Oi
J, B. Warron. hay. 15.05
Edward Gamble, blood
hounds. . . . L'2.00
R. J. Mayes. Jr., hay. ..... 1 1.00
C. P. Hnrksdale. rpg. tools. . 3.00
1). A. Allsbrooks, beef. 11.00
Henry Black, transportation 1.26
S S. Bellg, Jr., disinfectants 30.00
Austin Bros., ax!e, etc. 11.50
Harrison Smith, wood.$ 1.25
J. P. Commander, coal. 65.23
Dust Off Co., Dust Off. 6.25
Sumter Lighting Co., lights 37.20
Sumter Telephone Company,
phones. 14. r> o
S. S. Selig, Jr., disinfectants 64.00
James Scott, keeping lawn. 13.50
D. J. Auld, sawing wood...$ 1.50
J. K. Bradford, diet acct... 43.89
G. H. Hurst, mattress. 2.50
D. W. Owens, cook. 10.00
J. D. Bradford, coal. 16.00
S. S. Selig, Jr , disinfectants 30.00
Peoples Bank, interest.$ 17.50
Nat. -Bank of S. C, interest 13.61
J. K. Bradford, transporta?
Dr. W. H. Burgess, lunacy
fees.? . .. .. 10.00
Dr. W. S. Burgess, lunacy
Jenkins Auto Co , plugs. . . . 1.50
Knight Bros., printing, etc.. 11.75
Dr. M. S. Kirke, lunacy fee 1 5.00
Dr. T. M. Moore, lunacy fee 5.00
Dr. H. A. Mood, inquest fee 5.00
Osteeh Pub. Co., printing. . 7.50
Postal Tele Co., message.. .68
T. E. Richardson, lunacy
fees, etc.,. 2 (.50
Standard Oil Co., gasoline.. 15.00
J. R. Sumter, inquest fee. . . 2.00
Sumter Telephone Company
Walker,. Evans & Cogswell,
...stationery, etc. 52.98
Wt_U. Teile. Co., messages. . 3.52
Week's* Garage, rpg. auto.. 10.00
Peoples Bank, .interest.... l.;??
J. J. Geddings, transportation 3 00
B. C. Wallace, clerk hire.. 150.00
H. C. Haynsworth, rent. .,. . 25.oO
Md?s Antonia Gibson, nurse. Ij.00
Rescue Orphanage, 7 chil?
dren, December.. .. .. 35.00
? Burroughs Adding Machine
Co., repairs ...?. COO
M. L. Scarborough, stamps. 8.si
R. E. Wilder, stamps. 10.44
Barnard & Co,, Indexes_ 39.J0
Consolidated Ins. Agency,
B. C. Wallace, coroner's
an c $55 5. i 5
jLk Idol... 3.00,
John Turner. 3.00 s
J. P. Windham. . . . 3.00
J. W. Hu?sOn. 3.00
Abram ArdWi. 3.00
W. J.. Atkinson. 3.00
Tom Benehhaly. 3 00
M. H. B?ykin. 3.00
S. J. Brown. 3.00
J. R. Brunsen. . .. 3.00
W. M. Butler. 3.00
*vV. H. C??k>. 3.00
M. Dority. 3.00
JLJfl. Geddings. 3.00
J. A. Gillis.. . 3.00
B. F. Jones. 3.00
J. A. Lawrence.. 3.00
Cornelius Me Laurin. 3.00
R^T. Mtheod. 3.00
.WTB. barton. 3.00
J. D. (Pace. 3.00
B: M. Powell.. . 3.00
E. R. Sanders. 3.00
H. M. Spann. 3.00
J. C. Tiadale. 3.00
A. H. Weeks. . . . . . - 3.00
J. J. P. Lawrence. 3.00
W. A. Weldon. 3.00
T W. Pritchard. 3.00
,W. J, Ard,is. 3.00
Sumter .Belk . .... . . . . 3.00
D. H. Boykin. 3.00
W. H. Browder. 3.001
R. S. Brown. 3.00 1
W. J. Brunson. 3.00!
P. W. Burgess.. 3.0*!
J. C Compton. 3.00'
P. N. Dean. 3.00
J. P. Floyd. 3.00
,J. S. Geddings. 3.00
T. J. Holiday. . . . 3.00
W. R. Lackey. 3.00
T. S. McElvene. 3.00
JVC. McKinney. 3.00
,M. J. . Morris. 3.00
$. D. 6'Neill. 3.00
J. W. Partin. . . . 3.0p
R. M. Rogers. '3.00
G. W. Scott. 3.00
R. R. Thames.. - 3.00
J. W. Thompson. 3.00
Peoples Bank. .$2,000.00!
Sumter Trust Co. 2,000.00
Road Improvement Fund. 4,000.00
? .... - . j tHi $8,000.00
Road Improvement Fund.
Chattanooga Sewer Pipe Co.
Received From All Sources.
County Ordinary Tax
Road Tax. 1,431.26
Peoples Bank, loan. 3,000.00
W. J. Hoes, Magistrate:
State vs. Richard Brown 15.00
M. J. Moore, Magistrate;
State vs. Horace
State vs. Eugene
Stato. vs. Walter
Porchor . . . . 20.00 60.00
G. T. Des'Champs. Magistrate:
State Vs. Mack York. . 30.00
Sale of old iron and junk 31.29
S. A. L R. R refund- 1.00
Jail Building Tax. 3,733.69
Court House Bond Tax
and Interest. 1,425.22
Road Bond Tax. 1,296.02
Road Improvement Fund 4,000.00
Ual. Jail Bldg. Fund_$25,107.28
Hal. Jail Sinking Fund.. 349.37
Bal. Court House Bonds
Hal. Roads' Bonds Fund. 7,045.99
Received from all sources 44,953 10
Paffl Roads and Bridges$ 1,195.40
I Pa d Fees and Salaries. . 1,865.28
I Paid Alms House and
; .. Poor. 370.70
Paid Chain Gang. 635.52
Paid Public Buildings... 201.93
I Paid Jail. 103.S9
Pa I d Cunt Ilgen t. 5 55.1 5
Paid Ex-Confederate Vet
(rans.. ... i56.oo
Paid Loans. 8,000.00
Pa<id Road Improvement
Paid County Ordinary De
ficit.. .. . 370.35
Paid Road Fund Deficit.. 193.55
Bal. County Ordinary
Bal. Road Improvement
Bal. Jail Building Fund. 25,107.28.
Bal. Jail Sinking Fund.. 4,083.061
Bal. Road Bonds Fund.. 5,342.01
Bal. Court House Fund.. 8.853.38
Error in Warrant. 2.50;
P. M. PITTS, Supervisor.
C. If. HURST, Clerk.
NATURE TELLS YOU
As Many a Sumter Reader Knows Too
When the kidneys are weak,
Nature tells you about it.
The urine is nature's index.
Infrequent or too frequent passage,
Other disorders suggest kidney ills.
Doan's Kidney Pills arc for dis?
Sumter people testify to their
Mrs. L. F. Adams, 508 Oakland Ave.,
Sumter, says: "I had dull pains in
my back, along with headaches, dizzy
spells and other symptoms of kidney
trouble. When I heard about Doan's
Kidney Pills, I procured a supply at
Zemp's Pharmacy and they relieved
me. One of the younger members of
our family also complained of head?
aches and pains in the back and was
annoyed by the Kidney secretions
passing too freely. Doan's Kidney
Pills were also used in that case and
relieve all the ailments."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy?get
Doan's Kidney Pills?the same that
Mrs. Adams had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y. 35
Miss Belle Woodman, of Lynchburg,
and Mr. R. C. Tallon, of Sumter,
were united in marriage Thursday at
the home of the bride at Lynchburg,
the Rev. F. L. Glennan of the Meth?
odist church officiating.
Miss Lottie T. Watts and Mr. Chas.
L. Baker, both of Sumter, were united
in marriage on Tuesday afternoon at
the Trinity Methodist church parson?
age, the Rev. R. S. Truesdale officiat?
ing". The cermony was performed in
the presence of a few friends.
MAKES FINE ADDRESS. ~ _
Large Audience at Rex Sunday to
Hear Hon. T. G. Mcljeod.
A large audience was present at the
Rex theatre Sunday afternoon to hear
a magnificent address made by the
Hon. T. G. McLeod of Bishopville,
one of the leading laymen of the
Methodist church in this State. Mr.
McLeod's subject was taken from
Emerson on "The Law of Compen?
sation," as the speaker stated, who
in eloquent and forceful manner
?showed ,that the words of Paul, tho
Apostle, were as true today as they
were when they were uttered, "That
whatsoever a man soweth, that shall
he also reap." He warned those who
heard to take heed to his advice, for
if they did things to injure their
bodies, they would be sure in future
to pay in some way for their wrong?
The meeting was presided over by
Dr. S. H. Edmunds, who introduced
the speaker *as one of Sumter's sons,
who n Sumter had never given up,
although he had been separated by a
geographical line. Mr. McLeod in be?
ginning his talk referred to the excel?
lent work which the Young Men's
Christian Associations were doing to
teach right living among the boys
and men of the country.
SUNDAY SCHOOL WORKER COM?
An announcement of particular in?
terest; to Sunday school people all over
South Carolina is made at the State
Sunday School office, that Dr. Wil?
liam A. Brown of Chicago is to
s iend fourteen days in South Carolina,
from January 30 to February 12, at?
tending Sunday school institutes and
conventions in fourteen of the larger
towns and cities. Dr. Brown is Mis?
sionary Superintendent of tne Inter-*
national Sunday School Association,
and is looked upon as one of the
strongest Sunday school men in the
entire international Held. The Sunday
school people of the State are fortu?
nate in securing his services. The
itinerary for Dr. Brown and the two
State workers, R. D. Webb, general
secretary, and Miss Agnes Ravenel,
elementary superintendent, is an?
nounced as follows:
Tuesday, Jan. 30, Laurens.
Wednesday, Jan. 31, Greenwood.
Thursday, Feb. 1, Anderson.
Friday, Feb. 2, Greenville.
Saturday, Feb. 3, Seneca.
Sunday, Feb. 4, Spartanburg.
Monday, Feb. 5, Rock Hill.
Tuesday, Feb. 6, Columbia.
Wednesday, Feb. 7, Aiken.
Thursday, Feb. 8, Orangeburg.
Friday, Feb. 9, Sumter.
Saturday, Feb. 10, Clarendon coun?
Sunday, Feb. ll, Bishopville.
Monday, Feb. 12, Florence.
I , ?
Marriage License Record. ,
Licenses to marry have been issued
to each of the following couples: F.
?B. Rlvard and McfuJJaJLtie G. Breer.a^
of Columbia; L. M. Pack and Miss
Alma Ecord, Sumter. Also to the fol?
lowing colored couples: Lewis Eng?
lish and Katie Gaillard, Brbgdon;
j Alston Moses and Miranda Mixon,
I Mrs. J. B. McLauchlin, of Colum?
bia, moved back to Bishopville last
week and reopened her hotel at the
old place, the Pioneer. Her many
friends are glad to welcome, herjbaek.
?Bishopville Leader and Vindicator.
Gives a dollar's worth of real service for
every dollar deposited here.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
The Oldest Banking Institution in the County
To The Planters
of Sumter County
? III I 1IIM.IWH 1, I ? I I I I I l
We want you to call upon us before you
buy your Fertilizers this season.
We can and will save you money.
Fertilizer materials are higher propor?
tionately than mixed goods.
It will pay you to talk it over with us be?
fore you buy.1
HARBY & CO., Inc.,
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