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A The Source is the Save! I
I All corners of the earth contribute
medicinal agents. Science has enabled
* man to purify, refine, assay, standard
* ize and guarantee the quality and
* efficiency of the finished product. Pre
* scriptions filled at RHAME'S DRUG
* STORE meet every test. Specify
* RHAME'S and stop worrying-The
I cost may be a little more.
Rhame's Drug Store,
SUMMERTON, S. C.
W. B. SMITH.
The Barber of Summerton
Is now in position to render to the public quicker and better
service. A call will be appreciated. Special pains and care will
be given to children.
In the mean time bring or send your old Suit along and have
it made to look new by a man of- experience. This will enable
me to keep the help in the shop that I have.
Thanking you in advance, I am,
Yours for business,
W. B. SMITH
H. P. T ROY,
SUMMERTON, S. C.
Special for this Week:
Tomatoes 9 Cents.
Good Price on Honduras Rice
Plenty of Sugar on hand.
No restrictions. Always come to see us.
FOR YOUR DRUGS
and Quick Service, go to
The Rexall Store.
A fresh supply of Norris' Candies
always on hand.
Let's have your business large or small
Your Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
L. A. ASBELL.
Successor to Summerton Drug Co.
*To Our Many Friends and Customers:
Fully appjreciating the liberal patronage given us in the past,
we take great pleasure in announcing that we have now adlded
s lrline of staple and heavy groceries a right-up-to-the-minute,
In this fancy grocery department you will find everything
jjabsolutely sanitary, and nothing but the best ini eatables on the
market, so when you are looking for something good to appease
the appetite just call up phone No. 29, and our "lightning speed
Porter" will be there with the goods on the minute.
We also do quite a wholesale business, so when in the market
Swith aniy case goods, better always get our prices andl save money.
We also sell dry goods, shoes, notions, etc., and invite com
par ison in prices in this line. L ots of business with a small ma rgin
overruns a small business with large margins. That's why we
Saorofigin sqmall, tshow i tour willingness to divide our
Your business large or small will always be appreciated, and
we shall in the future as in the past, (do our utmost to give you
fresh clean goods. We stand behind every article we sell with
Sthis guarantee, "your money cheer-fully re'funded if not as repre
sented." When in town make our store your headquarters. We
alewatys glad to see you, regardless as to whether we sell
* McClary.-Broadway Company. R
* IH. C. CA RItI A N. J., Manager.R
Following up some facetious and
serious remarks made last week by
your Uncle Nub, relative to the Giv
ers of Advice, it is a fact that Ad
'visers are much more plentiful and
numerous than those who receive and
practice it. Even here it seems to be
"more blessed to give than to receive."
There is always a bountiful supply of
advice, of assorted quality, on tap,
to be had for the asking, and oft
times it is thrust upon you. Now it
I seems to us that it would be the part
of wisdom to take the pick of this
good advice and put ti into practice.
The Devil is exceedinly active-all
along the line now-and something
must be done to prevent him from
getting "into the saddle" for keeps.
Now-a-days more seems to be thought
of how to kill time pleasantly than
how to make the best possible use of
the hours-think it over, my brothers,
think it over. Tares are being sown
in excess of the good grain. The
work of destruction is progressing
more rapidly than that of construe
tion. Wake up if the enemy is upon
you and all the more dangerous for
being under cever and disguised.
Don't be misled-cultivate the dis
cerning eye. Examine yourself and
ask; as did the disciples, "Is it I?"
Miss Martha Walker is spending
this week in Bishopvtlle with Mrs.
Mr. W. J. Wilkie and his sister,
Alice, is spending this week in Cam
den with friends.
Mr. W. J. Godwin went to Spartan
burg Sunday to attend the State
meeting of the Woodmen of the World
as a delegate from White Oak Camp
1st grade-Sarah Shirer, Thomas
2nd grade--Agnes Felder, Annie
Belle Richbourg, Virginia Wilkie, W
W. Davis, Jr.
3rd grade--Charles Allen, Halstead
Anderson, Richard Briggs, Ashton
Broadway, Beverly Carrigan, Julia]
Cantey, Evelyn Coskrey, Lottie Gard
ner, Francis Troy, Vira Wiggins.
4th grade-Sarah Baker, Esther
Gordon, George Richbourg, France:
5th grade-Elizabeth Anderson
Katie Cantey, Lulie May Hodge, Mai
Medlin, Lillian Wilkie.
6th grade-Hallie Carson, Grace
7th grade-.Frances Dingle. May
Elizabeth Hunter, Tappy Lesesne,
8th grade--Emma Wynn Mood,
Delmar Rhame, Sue Esther Pitts.
9th grade--Ma-ry Wilkie.
10th grade--Emory Roger-s.
.Jord(ain, long famous for its sup)
pers5 and banquets was for the second
time within the last few wveeks, the
"'medca'' of many Sunmmertonians, on
last Fri'hiy night, w~heni a coach full
jour-neyedl over on the North Western.
The Summerton c-rowd, also entitled
to son' e fame along certain lines, fully
susta inedl their r-eputat ion on this oe
c ~a ion,- andl the emplty Ila tes 'ich
they left behind werec eloquent testi
mony to the ability of the JTordan
lad!ies as caiterers to connisieur-s.
The ba:inquet was held at t he school
builin g and we- und'r~-t andi wm
grea t success fr-om every sta ndpo int
Sum meton fe-ls at pecu liar i nterest
inl Jordan, her educational aff~airs, etc.,
ntot only because of the fact thn:
numtbcr of' hert 'it izens wvere raised
there andl form i-Iy iden)t ified( with
that coimmuneity but aiso because its
school is pr-esidledn ov-er by M iss Li da
Scarborough of this place-, than whomi
no conmmuni ty ever sent out a finet
young woma n or bette'r teacher.
We understandi that Miss Scat
borough is in high fav~or with the goodi
folks of Jordan which ensteem is high.
I ,ieutt. Richard R icharidson, weho is
goinug to school in (Chartleston,. spent
Sunday with his parents.
There was- a(dance at Capt. -J. 11
Bowen's Wedntesday night given by~
Miss Eval ine WVoodruffr and Mr. .Jim
Bowen. D~elightful pun~ch was servedo
Tlhoso that were ptresent wvere: MIis'
Annie Louise Ashill, Mahle Davis
Pe'arlie I hivis, l'auiry P'itts, Myt' Al
lsn, E-m ilinv' Woodrlulf, S-d ie Fischer
F'rancis Tofton, Matha Wale-r, [Dor.
othy Carson, Mr. Peste Chewning
Hlarry Br-own, Frank Mo, Chtarles
Pit ts. Miller Flerk', Fred L anahanm
-Jimmie .James. .Jim low 'n, D~enmy
Carson, E'arnest Walker, D~ouglas
Baini, ,John Josieph.
The Boy Sc-outs gave an entertain
ment at the school house hat Friday
night and each scout hadl the nyi
ilege of inviting a girl. It was~ at
extra g-ood meengn, al sul ennoy
it very much. Delighted punch and
cakes were served.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Culler are visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. Bob Carrigan. 0
Cadet Peter Richardson spent Sun
day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. i
R. C. Richardson.
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Baskin and
family spent the week-end with Mrs.
Baskin's mother, Mrs. A. S. Briggs.
Miss Vivian Eadon came home Sat
urday to spend the week-end at her
Mrs. R. Holden is spending some
time with her daughter, Mrs. T. J.
Miss Mary Gentry spent the week
end at home.
Mr. Floyd from Manning took Miss
Gertrude Cloelough to the picture
show in Manning Friday night.
On last Friday night, March 7th,
1919, there was held a debate between
the two Literary societies of the Sum
merton high school. The query read
"Resolved, That the United States
should so amend its Constitution as
to give women equal rights of voting
with the men."
The affirmative was upheld by the
two representatives of the Girls' so
ciety, Misses Fairy Pitts and Alma
Burgess, while Messrs. Frank Mood
and Emory Rogers argued for the
negative. Both sides of debators had
strong speeches, but the judges, 1)r.
William Carrigan, Dr. D. O. Rhame
and Pv. l. W. Gordon, unanimously
agreed that the affirmative won fairly
:liss Lila Briggs, president of the
Girls' l.iterary society presided over
the meeting. Besides the debate,
there were several other interesting
numbers on the program, such as
music and the reading of jokes.
On the whole, the program was in
teresting, as well as instructive, and
the managers have planned to repeat
it for the benefit of the put ic at an
St.i.\RON (CO.\l ENCE.\lENTl
BOY SCOUT' P'ROGRA.l.\E
H itherto the ioy Scout feature.
con.spicuous as it is elsewhere has not
fiared in the School Commencement
P rograLu. But at the instance of the
active anl efic ient superintendent,
the Scout A laster will probably add
this year the Scouts as an additional
attraction at So:mmerton.
The feature will probably be ae fol
Seo.'ts aseaible in outer hall,
I sO ut master 1)on stai').
Heiall Procuiains: Troop No. 1;
Pat rols 1 and 2 Bo, S&oats of A mer
ica. Summierton, S. C.
.\l:ijtary march to:dat'. with folht
colors; halt, fac'. scout master and
sa'ute; a bou.t fai; eolor t the fron
I u le souinding ". To th IC (olors"
-1n Scom n- audlience > Th
( 'I!->rS to the rear.
(Colors to the frout.
Hihe le' 12 Honor Ro.l rleet
mn -u'ce io Sens:. l.awi tirst smgly
al ilthn in ua ison c''n"|udintr with
the SeoT.' oaith in unis n.
All ng"\ ria
Regl' so)und'h "Tlaps"; scont $0samt
Iuaie 'ounda "lietreat"; military
rarch; si'ot- :"etr.
TIhe falow:n resointions we r*
ii:,n:nously pa)..-.i by the Eplisc'opal
(0? reYgation (of Shummerton on Sun
''ay morning. !;. t:
with mayyars has been assocIiatedl
wtusat SI. .\ichael's church, an
as5 it did! th"' niun ol f his most honor
el and revi eend fat her the bishop of
this IDioese. has been r'nmoved to a
hi rher sphe re; therefore, be it.
"Resolved, Tlht we share miost
dee'ply wiith the loved ones in his
home'a the pa in :and~ grief of his loss;
"RsleThat hiis steadfast. by
aity to) the worship i'nd work of his
chu rh was?) an xmle and i n.-pira..
tion to I he lit tle hand of our people
of Sum merton;
"Resolv'ed, That we miss hir.1 andl
wIll continu'e to miss him duoring the
comling years and will find it difIkhult
to fill hi: plac";
"'iReslved, TPhat a copy of thoe
reolutions b' forwarded to h is fam
v' and inscribedl on the m)inutes of
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Everything of the very latest model--fashions
for every taste.
Your Inspection invited.
DAVIS & BARNES,
Summerton, S. C.
THIS IS THE FAMOUS
.t i to th rt s of. IThe
Silver, . C.; . . 1 . McFaddin, Alcolu, S. C.; . Y 'Iowden, Mayes
(le, S. C.; S. I.. Gilreath, Grenville, S. C.; J. M . (antey, Sum
merton, S. C.; Wmi. N. Richbourg, Summerton, S C.; Bruce W.
D~esChamps, Pinewood, S. C., and several hundred others just a.
enthusiastic. Over half the Ranges in use in Summerton are
CLARENDON HARDWARE Co.
J. M. PLO WDEN, Mgr.
i To Our Friends and
Tny ot-no ano customers for the h In',om busines:s r. .
ha* so i lb ho lutel satisfazctor. to? th ownir
As i to : t W con andi lHnoeis we haiv iili, w '.von wis
th oesw handl-.
W till have a feyw hoirss ani o!:ab a oura,~ oif youi~
ar in the market for anything :n th way of li. 'tock, ailways
We also have a lot of l.-ather G~oods. at wdl be ini too
-.ld to show~ what we have int th o istUn, which -::u w1l awy
nn t': o b ' among the best thb :onrkt utfore .
F. W. T RU LUCK.
SlIRETIY ON HONDS)
Those who are required to give Itondst in positins ofC tnru
and who desire to aivozd azskoog frienias to becomte their sturoties,
or who taay wish to relieve friend s from fart he r obl .iations n.
bondlsmen, .4hould a pply in persont or by letter to
Summerton J. .1. CANTEY. Attorny ouhCaoln
AMEICAN SUiRETY. COMPANY OF' NEW YORK
Capital and Surplus Over $6.000.000U l'Pmletas nn Annicin.