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We have made
our scores of ci
merton and vic
the very best in
Our store is full
Goods for Spri
wear, and we ca
erable money I
The Big Stor<
* This Spna
rar people, done in the
TON, S. C.
ound at our store.
it our aim to gi's'e %
astomers in Sum- m
inity nothing but
rigs and Hosiery
ods and Corsets
.of all ..the New
ng and Summer
n save you consid
)y supplying your
3 on the Corner
T TON, S. C.
ee for Sale n
.Y E. COPELA
On 'Thursday evening, April 2th,
a (lance was given in Pinewood by
Mr. Epperson, the music being furn
ished for the occasion by Comstock's
Orchestra, of Augusta, being much
enjoyed by the following folks from
Summerton: Misses Fairy Pitts, Lila
Briggs, Emaline Woodruff, Myrtle Al
len Pearle Davis, . Kathleen Bain,
Mabel Davis and Mesrs. Pete Chewn
ing, DeVeaux Carson, 1-1 rry Brown,
John Gentry, W. D. McClary, Mani
gault Capers, Frank Mood, Douglas
Bain, Charles Pitts. and Ray Broad
Mr. ' and Mrs. John Baskins, of
Bishopville, are visiting Mrs. Baskins'
mother, Mrs. A. S. Briggs.
Mr. and Mrs. Rose, of Charlotte,
are visiting Mrs. Rose's sister, Mrs.
J. A. James.
Paris Green and Arsenate of Leal.
for Destroying Toa)cco v.-qrms, at
Rhame's Drug Store.
A. ss Annie Varneilo'' has been call
ed to Charleston to I with her moth
er, who is very ill at this writing. She
was also accompanied by Mr.;. I). C
Miss Annie Louise Asbell has r.
turned from Columbia.
Mr. .Joe Joseph. of G -oree .oseph's
Depart ment Store, spent last Friday
in Sumter on business.
Mr. L. A. Brunson of the ('ross
Roa'is section entertained on last
Wednesday night in honor of his
brother, Mr. U. S. Brunson, who has
recently been dis'chartgd from the
service. Several Summertonians par
took of the occasion. dancine ' tng 1
the leading pastime.
Spray - your potatoes w
Tonic. Increases the cro I
the bugs. Sold pt Rham .
The Summ'erton High School and
lower grades enjoyed a picnic last
Friday at Scott's Lake. Practically
all of the school children were pry;; -
ent and all report a tine time. Rowing
on the lake was one of the most 1
Rev. C. S. Felder. of Ehrhardt,
spent a few days in and around Sum
merton last week, taking back with
him Mrs. Felder, who has been spend
ing a few weeks here with relatives.
Mr' W.' D. Smith, o! Lynchburg,
spent Thursday with her sister, Mrs. It
W. D. Carson.
Mrs. L K. Howle, formerly of Sum- I
merton is visiting her brother-in-law,
Mr. Tim Ilowle at St. Paul.
- We are glad to note at this writ
ing that material Is fast being put I
at the location of the Suimm'trton To
bacco Warehouse. It was stated last
week th.i' the committee on building
had not met but that was an error
as the wr'iiter was informed by. one on
the com11mi ttee w to was absent from
town on the (late the comnnit tee held
its meeting and c'onseque'ntly knew
ntothiing of the proceedings. We are!
always glad to correc't an error' atnd
especially one of this type. We uin-.
derstanud from imis'uellanion s i'epIorit s
th't everything is fast developing in
the matter of the war'ehouse and that
it will be coimpleted in plenty of time
for the coming season.
Mr'. I larry Br'owit hais acceptedl a
position with a Savannah firm as
traveling salesman. We wish him
much(1 success ini his new undercita king.
The many friends anad pat rons of
th' Suninnert on IDrug~ Comtpanty will be'
lea'ised to learn that its congenial
manager', Dr. L H. Asbell, has recent.
I y puriichased an1 up I-to-dlate soda fonn
tain and is now having t~e samei ini
stailledl, and will be as soutimmer (Iraws
nlearier' r'eady to quench theo thIirstt of
all those desiring somtethIing in the
soda water' line.
'We atre glad to report that. Mirs. -
J1. Q. Ma this is improvlinO iug fromn her.
r'ecentt illness. Het' tmanty ftriendls wish
her' a speedy restorat ion of healthI.
Mr'. Robert Reeves of Tlurbeville
atnd Mr ., Je Burgess of Manning wer'e f
visitor's in Summer'ton ont Suniday.r
Lieutenant Nelson, U. S. A., wvho '.
hits recently been discharged fi'om the o
service, is spendIing a few (lays witht
his mother, M rs. f,. M. gelsoni. (o
Messrus. J. M. atnd Capers .James f
spent the week-end in ('harleston. i
Mr. E. P. Robertson left on Monday e
morning for Galt Ontar'io, Canada, ii
where he expects to make his future t
home, having come -to Summerton sev- u
er'al years ago fi'om there. We re- o
gi'et his dleparture fr''a Summerton, bi
for lie made us a valutable citizen. Mr. Ih
Robertion has been emiployed for the s
last few years by the Sumnmerton I:
Hardware Company and there served f,
his friends and customers in a most il
courteous manner. We regret that o
lie saw fit to leave this locality but n
our best wishes go with him. t,
The many friends of Mr. J. V. Car-- a
rigan are grieved to 'larn that ho r
Mrs. Will S. Iudy, of St. George, is
visiting her parents. Rev. and Mrs. W.
as not yet recovered from his illness.
All wish him a speedy recovery.
Last Friday evening, a recital was
meld in the school auditorium by the
ower grades of Miss Cora Cantey's
nusic pupils of'the Summerton school.
All did spIlen.iidl which shows the ef
Fect of the good work done by Miss
"attey as the head of the music de
atmrtment of the local school. Ant
roultcenent will follow as to when
he next recital will be held by the
tlVatnced music pupils.
With the except ion of the above
tem, there has been no news aga.n
his week in Sunmnerton, however, the
.vtiter has been very busy this last
veek hins 'lf and has not had chance
o get out and catch the news as it
>asses from one place to an ither but
,ith the next issue he hopes to he
tble to give his readers a better let
er, that is providing the good people
if Sumnerto n at Iord it. Occasionail
y we are oblited to - draw on our
nmagination to uet a little soniething
.o place in our Sum merton columns,
td, if news is as sarce next wetk
s i has been the past inte I tih nk
shall have to call out our good 'ob
Jnclo Nub for another letter. U incle
\ub has been making himself etvry
earce since I in cotioned that I woul I
>dobably c:a!l on hi evr': now amni
hetn for an article and I at at a
oss to know whether he is actual !v
)usy with his saw mill in the Santee
>r whether he is trying to dolg,' the
,riter. However, I shall try to rind
in in the near future and if pos
;ible I shall try to get him to relate
0 you some of his various wanderings
dil wide experiences since he ha:
een in the saw mill business.
'iano Recital Given by Younger
Pupils of the Music Department.
1. Song-Music is Stealing-Lan
2. Duet-The Chiildren's Ball
,Vohlfahrt-Thelma Broadway antl
3. Solo-The Bicycle Galop--Bech
4. Duet-I Begin-Willy--Richard
3riggs and Da. i-I Touchberry.
ouchberry and Miss Cantey.
ti. Solo-Airy Fairies--Spauldin2
7. Song---Peterkins ;mnd Polly
oogle--Richard Briggs and Esther
8. Duet--lanpy Day---l)ibelli
)orothy Carr'igatn andl~ Miss C, it ey.
'.. Solo- . !ipoil's-lI.awson - - Ern--s
inte Tisda le.
It). Duiet -('ome .*Iin thn ID:mnin
11 . Song--.Merry I.iitleI Witches. :
13. [Duet --G-(oo II atumor WaT~ltz
Colfe--Hessie Moled atnd \'iriat WVi
l I. Duet. S:hez - Wag ner - E ---
nir Mathis and MaI:riatn lu rge-s.
15. Solo- Fa irbK Evetywhe-ro
16. Song--- Thb- lHitiry Humbille Btee
18. lDuet- T1hro' FielI I aol Forest
19. Solo- -J ly Iv ark:tie ts----iHeliht' r -
20t. D~uet Ga- iety Po'ilka - W-\ohlfahmrt
Ia th is.
21. Song- AXway to the Wools-.
Dr. L.. fi. Asbell. the' ownter of the
umtmert on Drug Co. anda one of the
lost progressive butsiness men, as
rollI as one of the leading druggists
f the State, although somewhere be
wveen forty anil one hundred years
f age, has been exceedingly succes
ol in some lines of fishing, whereas I
othtetr lines of fishitng, he has prov
I to date a comnplete failure. For
istatnce, Dr. Asbill makes a special-'
v of fishinog for "'little viiders"' but
Ip t~o this date, no one has ever known
f his secutring a sinigie bite or tnib-W
le, and it seems as though, howev'er i
ard he may try. Dr. Ashell has only
acceeded it catching otn eel. Recent
r, Dr. Asbell in fishing far atnd w ide
>r "little viders" succeedled in catch
g an eel, which surprisedI the people
I' this section on account of its im
tense length and Dr. Asbell has gone
> some expense in prepatrintg this
pecimen for a museum of national
CLARENDON HARD I
We have bi
you about it.
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vils to b eorne their suretics
from further obligations as
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