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AIR STATION !
For the benefit of thos
we have the following 1
chance to save- money c
Champion X Spark Plug - - ----- -- - ----
G. &vJ.Tires, 30x3%
G. & J. Tires 30x3------- - - -
1-Gal. Can Supreme Auto Oil---- - -
Blow Out Patches 30x3%---- ----
Blow Out Patches 30x3- -------
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These Goods are all gua:
BACK OF HA
THE LEVI BLOCK.
We have an expert mect
Some Farmers Use Their
Brains. Some Use On1y
Their Hands. Others
Better Find Out Your Class, Friend Farmer
To know good methods and not-use them is the
same as not knowing. It's like starving with plenty
toeat all around you. This kind of thing is not con
fim~d to farmers alone. We are all guilty of .false rea
soring more or less, but we must play strong on the
LESS and look at farming as a business, and cut out
the "penrny wise pound foolish"; methods. Any half
infonned farmer knows that his land should be com
pletely covered with a growting erop throughout the
winte -. that oats. rye. barley and wheat will make this
needied cover. produce fine graing. make food for man
and beast. and conserve the ,otherwise wasted fertility
of the soil, wich, with the straivs returned to the land
in monures furnishes that miuch needed element called
huuns (a thing that cannot be~ bought in bags. no
matte- what kind of fertilizers ydu use. nor what price
you psy). which wakes th-e guajos you buy in the
springyield better results. and yourm crops stand more
floods and draught.
These ?acts Most Farmers Know. The Question
is Do You Use These Facts For WhatI
They're Worth ?\
Higt priced fertilizers and the~ boll weevil will
make a srong cowmbination to tight.
~re You Prepared For The!Scrap ?
S? Thinl it over and come, let us explain the merit
of a wondurful land improver.
Extra, Qean, Fancy Winter Rye, $2.00 Bushcl.
THE SEEDIN GROCERY CO.,
ATRONI7ETHE TIMES JOB DEPARTMENT.
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e attending tt
:o offer at gre
)n Auto Supp]
1.25, regular price $ 2.00
50, regular price 75
11.50, regular price 12.75
8.50, regular price 9.90
.50, regular price .75
.20, regular price .35
.15, regular price ..25
2 FORD PAR
ranteed to be s
ianic in our Re
share of yoi
SIIMMIION NW$ NO1TS
When this article goes to press we
will know who our next president
will be. We are mighty glad that
President Wilson is holding the lead
The members of the Home Dem
onstration Club held a community
fair here last Saturday, November
4th, which was -quite a success. This
fair speaks well for our community,
and doesn't seem as though hard
times are knocking at our doors. It
would be hard to .say who deserved
blue ribbons had they been awarded,
but I want to say that unless other
communities "get busy," Summerton
will carry off some blue ribbons from
the county fair. Hurry up neighbors
and see what you can do!
Mrs. H. A. Fischer after spending
several days with relatives in Sum
ter has returned home.
Mr. Bishop McCleod's friends are
glad to see him out again after a re
ent illness of typhoid fever..
Messrs. Loney Carrigan, Grady
Walker, with Misses Rita Walker,
Elmo McKnight and Miss Carpenter
motored to iHartsville Sundlay to
spendi thle da'y with Misses Martha
Walker and Vivian Eadon of Coker
Mrs. Lula Ragn and children have
returned! to Rock Hill.
The two weeks old infant of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry King, of St. Paul
lied Thursday, November 2nd, after
a few days illnes of hemorhagic
fever. Mr. and Mrs. King have the
sympathy of their many friends.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ma
this of St. Paul a son, on November
Messrs. Shope and I. I. Appelt of
The Manning Times were pleasant
visitors to our town Tuesday.
Judge A. J. Richbourgh, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Richbourg and Miss
Aline Richbourgh attended the fun
eral of -Mr. J. D. Pack at Paxville
We are glad to see Mr. Deccie
Fischt at his post again with the
Clarendon Hardware Co., after sev
eral days of Malaria fever.
Miss Mamie Cummings has return
ed to Ridgeville after visiting the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Mathis.
We expect a good number of our
folks to attend the circus in Sum
Mr. Otis Rowe of Summerton, R.
F. D., killed a fine big buck last
Mrs. A. E. Brock who has been
atly reduced i
L S e
Steering Rod, Anti-Rattle
Radius Rod, Anti-Rattler
Electric Bulbs, Mazda -
Auto Tubes, 3% --
Auto Tubes, 3
Tool Boxes, with Yale L
;TS AT RED
trictly fresh st
G, S. C.
[improving-much to the delight of
her many friends.
Mr. Frank Martin and sister, Miss
Janie motored from Alcolu to Sum
merton Sunday t8 spend the day
Mr. Jim Godwin has moved in the
Anderson house on Church street.
Hon. 0. C. Scarborough is in Co
lumbia this week on business.
Mrs. Rogers Scarborough of Bish
opille *has returned home after a
visit to her sister, Mrs. Hattie Wood.
Mesrs. H. P. Troy, H. H-. Medlin,
J. W. Lesesne, Leon Davis and Dr.
D. 0. Rhame went hunting in Santee
Tuesday. They report a splendid day
and peinty of game.
Mr. Joe Barfield has returned from
a visit to friends at Holly Hill.
Messrs. J. W. and Bennie Broad
way spent Tuesday in- Manning on
Miss Clara Tennant who is teach
ing at Fort Motte spent the week-end
with her parents.
Mr. Wyatt Aiken Taylor, president
>f the Christian Endeavor, spoke at
he Presbyterian church Tuesday
night. He made a very impressive
talk on Christian Endeavor work.
The honor roll for the Summerton
Graded School for the month of Oc
tober is as follows:
1st grade-Julia Canty, Sue Le
ssne, Francis Troy.
2nd grade--Sara Hunter, Dorothy
Coskrey, Bessie Wood, Edward Ma
3rd grade-Elizabeth Andersori,
4th grade-Hallie Carson, Sara
5th grade-Tappy Lesesne , Mary
Derick, May Elizabeth Hunter.
6th grade-Emma Uyn Wood, Del
7th grade -Lily Canty.
8th grade--Frank Wood, Emory
9th grade--Grace Allen, Mary
Mr. James D. Pack, one of the old
est citizens of the community, died
at his home near here early Sunday
morning in his 65th year. He had
been sick for about three weeks with
malarial efver, so his death was not
unexpected. The funeral services
were held Monday morning at' the
town cemetery, conducted by his pas
tor, Rev. M. J. Kyzer. Mr. Pack was
a man of exemplary Christian char
County Fair i
)rices. This is
ock .- - 1.5
,ock and of bes1
nt and we asi
the community. His immediate sur
viving family consists of a widow,
two sons, and two daughters, as fol
lows, Messrs. Benjamin and Willie,
Mrs. H. B, Bateman, and Miss Mary
Mr. John 0. Barwick and family of
Sumter spent Sunday with his father,
Magistrate L. S. Barwick.
Rev. M. J. Kyzer has accepted the
Baptist pastorate at Cordova. He
went with his family on Monday in
his new Ford to begin' his duties at
Miss Leila Corbett went Tuesday
to Sumter to spend this week with
her sister, Mrs. Leslie Brunson at
the .Sumter hotel. She will resume
her duties at the postoffice next Mon
day, after an absence of six weeks
with a spell of fever.
Mrs. Mad'ge Curtis, from Chester
field, will come Saturday to spend
a whil'e it the home of Mrs. S. E.
The Woman's Christian Temper
ance Union will met Tuesday after
CAN ALWAYS BE
Take your Meals with us whi
- always hare in stock a:
COLD DRINKS. ICE C
.Will be Headquarters Dulring
Bananas, Oranges, I
Everything that goes into<
SAVE MONEY !
D, regular price . ,30
D, regular price .50
5, regular price .25
S, regular price .25
5, regular price 2.95
5, regular price 2.60
0, regular price 2.25
for a good
For Infants-and Chldren
In:Use For Over 30 Years
noon, 4 o'clock at the home of Mrs.
Hastings Broadway. The topic for
the meting is "Temperance 'and La
bor." All members are urged to be
present, aind visitora' will be welcome.
Dr. and Mrs.' 5rnest Broadway of
Davis Station, sperit-. Sunday 'at the
hom~e of Mr. Reynolds Owen.
Miss Mary Lee Cutter has'- been
quite sick for several days.
-Fo'r a Muddy Complexion.
Take . Chamberlain's'- Tafilets and
adopt a di.-t of vegetables and .cereals.
Take outdoor exercise daily and your
cornplexiona will . be greatly improve.d
within a few months. Try it. Obtain
able every where-Adv.
FOUND AT THE
an you' attend the Fair. We
ull liue of 'the famnous
REAM, CIGARS AND
Far Week For a Big and
emons, Apples and/
wr Candie s Strictly Fresh