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Can always be
We have madE
our scores of :
merton and vi
the very best ii
Our store is fu
Goods for Spi
wear, and we c
The Big Sto
"Home of 12
* Several Saw]i
t* every week.
* balance' of t
* ~ MED)LIN
ys Fresh at
TON, S. C.
found at our store.
it our aim to give E
:ustomers in Sum
cinity nothing but
ings and Hosiery
Dods and Corsets
11 of all the New
ing and Summer
an save you consid
by supplying your
re on the Corner
to be had in
eton, you will
~at T ROY'S.
T RTON, S. C.
d Lubricating Oil.
Vlill Laborers. Pay 1
Employment for 1
he year. Healthy 1
& TOUCHBERRY I
Y E. COPEL
Leave your Spectacles and E
glasses for renair at Rhame's Dri
Store, Summerton, S. C.
a On Thursday evening, May 8th,
wedding of much interest took play
when Miss Annie Louis Asbell becan
I the bride of Mr. Peter Chewning, J:
the Rev. W. E. Wiggins, pastor of tl
local Methodist Church, officiatin
a The wedding was quite a surprise
their many friends in and arout
Sumamerton. Mrs. Chewning, forme
ly Miss Asbell is the charming your
daughter of Dr. L. B. Asbell, owns
and manager of The Summerton D-rt
Company, and Mr. Chewning wi
employed also by the same firm. Xl
wish to congratulate both of the;
young parties and wish for them boi
much success in their future. Ma
their lives he full of joy and col
tentment with nothing to mar the
Yes, it is true, that, so far as So(
- 1 Water is concerned, from now -
Rhame's Dru- Store is going to "I
George do it."
Miss Eleanor Rice, of Charlesto
is spending some time with her si
ter, Mrs. H. E. Copeland.
. Messrs. L. W. and G. C. Carrige
went to Charleston today to accon
pany their brother, Mr. J. V. Carrigt
home, who has been in the Riversic
Infirmary for the past two week
We are glad to learn that Mr. Carr
gan has improved and will soon 1
at home again.
Messrs. Chas. B. Davis and H. t
Richbourg of Summerton attends
the Shriners meeting at Spartanbur
last week. They returned telling v:
rious tales of their exploits in t
- upper state city where they took the
Shriners degree connecting themselvi
with the Omar Temple. They see
to have had some experience in drini
ing the "Camel's Milk," being men
bers of Sousa's Band from Mexic
and acquired much attention in the
Rham''s Drug Store is now bett4
prepared to serve customers wit
efficiency and promptness-as t
sale of Soda Water has been discoi
Mr. J. E. James has returned froi
'overseas and is now at home with h
parents, Capt. and Mrs. J. A. Jame
Mr. Hayes LeGrand has also ri
turned from France and German
where he was connected with th
army of occupation until recentl
when he was returned to the state
Mr. LeGrand was formerly with th
Geo. W. Aimar Drug Company c
Charleston and has resumed his pos
tion since his return. He is :'t pre:
ent spending a few dlays with his pai
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. LeGrand.
The ninth grade of the Summerto
Graded school tendered a reception i
honor of the tenth grade or rgadua
., ing class on last Friday evening
the home of Mr. H. A. Richbot
Quite a number of outside guests wei
invited and the occasion was vet
much enjoyed by those in attendanc
Various amusements were a~Yordt
those present andl refreshments wei
Don't forget to attend the hace:
laureate sermon at the school aud
toriumn on next Sunday. at 11:
The prospect for cropts are unusua
ly good around Summerton for it
time of the year. Tihe recent ruir
having helped the crons wonderfull
The tobacco prosp~ect is better tha
it had been for awhile as all plan
ers have. finished transplanting sin<
the rain and the tobacco tields ac
grow ingc niey. and ar ie in giood shap
'With good prices for tobacco and eo
ton huasiness will be on the rush th
Honor Roll for A pril.
1st gradle---Frances Hlarvin. Em
:line Nimmer, Jtunior Eadon.
2nd grade--Virignia Chewnving, Vi
ginia Wilkie, Annie Belle Richbour
W. WV. Davis, Jr.
3rd' grade--HIalstead Anderso
Charles Allen, Julia (Cantey, Sue L
4thne grade-Fane Seymour, He
sie Mood, Edward Mathis.
5th gradle-Eliz.abeth Anderso
Katie C antey, Lulie May Hlodge, L
I7th grade-Flrances Dingle, Tapj
Lesesne, Annie Mood.
1 0th gradle--Alma Burgei.
There are several new enterpris
to be opened tip in Summnerton in tl
near future. Among these will
the np-to-date dry gooda establis
ment of Mr. S. L. Krasnoff of Sui
ter. Mr. Krasnoff intends having }
store ready for business by the mi
dIe of July which will give Summe
bton one more dry goods and read
to-wear store. Hie will occupy tl
store formerly occupied by Mr. H.
T lroy. There will be sevneal oth
~e changes in the business district o
ig Summerton but the writer is not ye
a informed so as to be able to give th
Mr. and Mrs. Hall Nelson spen
Saturday and Sunday with Mr. Nel
1e son's mother, Mrs. L. M. Nelson.
Mr. W. D. McClary spent a fes
o days in Augusta last week in the in
d terest of his business.
r- Mr. Peter Chewning, Sr., has beet
on the sick list for the past fe '. week
r but is much better at this writing.
Mrs. H. Cain left last week for Co
lumbia where she went to ts he he
re little girl to the hospital for treat
met. It is hoped that it will readil
;h respond to treatment and bt restore
to health again.
.' Sunn-'.:ton folks are cor-i-Al in
yited to :4ee "Th. Law of t ily th
a at The P 'time Tlh-atre at lantine
mn F'riday niht. This Is on. of the
t Paramount's best pictures anl the
story w. ealt in thI lr of )wa
n, Alaska. On another p-'y w-,- ut
found thi :,tory of the piar:
E CRMANS RETURN
TO DISCUSS PEACi
I- - --
te C.-ings Back "ari .ilitary an.
d WON'T SW.N S\ EBER'
Hindenburg Tells German Cabine
e and Political Leaders Resistance
r ,Is Impossible.
(By the Associated Press.)
Not alone has Count BrockdortT.
Rantzau, chief German peace plenipo,
tiary returned to Versailles fron
Spa, where he went Saturday for a
r conference, but he brought back with,
him Herr Landsberg and Herr Geis.
r bert, two of the main members of the
h German delegation, who had been it
e Berlin going over the situation with
the authorities and also a large
retinue of naval, military and finan.
Thus, indications are that the Ger
mans intend to continue their etfort:
- to conic to an agreement with the
Allies and associated representative;
y on peace terms that will be satisfac
e tory to the Gerian Government ant
y Huns Dissatisfied.
. Meanwhile renorts continue to ema
e nate from Ger,: tity of dissatisfaction
' :.->' terms laid down for Germans
, sign and a reiteration by President
pert that the Germans will never
ix their signature to tTe treaty a
stands and that foreign countries
I protest with Germany against
ais peace enslavejement."
n On the oth: r hand, Field Marshal
n on lindenburg is reported to h:in
- oli the members of the German cabi.
~t,.representatives of' the politica
>arties and other I'M ters at a mee tine
a Berlin F'riday that resistance wa:
a nposs ible andl that the mil itary lead
y rs considered it necessaryv to seal thi
campact as dlesired by the Allies.
-i- xcharnge of' Credentials.
(I Ahnaost without formially attenidino
e the proceedings, an ext hange of crc
dlentials between the .\ustriain peact
delegates andl the reporesentatnves o
the Allied and a ociated powerst' hi:
taikern plaice .j. St. Ge:-main. lielie
0 ,- xprm. a in . aris t nat the aec o
itandmirg 'a'l) p'ac treaty tto the Aus
tmns '. ill be delat ed ptossily unti
n ?xt wI (k, owing13 to the aipo-.sibility
s The counrcil .>f four' dittSeasse ,\en
r. ay the ioes t ion of tiie Germnt i-e
n hgtouts mission0 a bromada nd aso mat
ters udeahin v: rh 8ulg~aria and TFur
key. The (earnc il of foreigrn min rister
e!s they idro t iotlani.
Bol.'hles iki De fet .l
Bol.;heviki for'ces tin russi han
- ffe.re'i : .severe. dte-fe at the han
of Gen. D~enik int's :oops, whiel
iaye been muadte hI o 'otf thet enenn
t:ttions a gainst Tsarttin on the Vohr
r'iver. British warships have put ti
rout an Bolshevik i flotilla in a igh
n the G ulf on' Finlandt. One neata
s4hip was stunk arid antother foreel
7, I President Wtilson and Gen. P'ersh int
:m jr1onday wvent over the plaits fo:
n he I~nal denmoizatin oft the Amet.ri
'ien forces irn Frarnce ai:l on fo rn,'
B- Gzerman territoty. Withdrawal of th
A metrian forces from the A reahnge
s- front in Northe:- Russia is olannet
to begin within ten (days wvith tha
trantspo(rta tion of the 33:9thI in fa nt r:
'n, to E'nglandl.
I- The' 13th engiiers ont the A rch
rangel front 'nd the railway troop:
on the Murman coast tare to be th1
last of the Amiitricran forces to b<
es ARMEI'N1AN AND SVRIAN
i EIEF'I lFU1ND CONTIN tEl
h- Miss' Ptearl Wheeler, Turbeville $19.0'
n- Miss Myrtle Allen, Sunmmertoni 5.0
is Rufus llertranid, Wilson -. .-10.0'
d- B. E. (Chandler, Manning ...30.0'
r- ,J. E. lavis, Mainnirn g..- -:100.0'
Y- J. WV. Wideman, Manning . .30.04
te WV. L. Bryant, Manning -- ..5.01
IE- Mrs. J. B. Lee, Alcolu ..-. 2.01
er D'. LA. Bovee. Alcolu--.------2.
No currying, no s
positively cure mar
scratches on horses
if used according t<
E. M. WATT
Very best standa
and works well o
imum number of
Also have in Stoc
for tobacco ar
and bugs. Our p
a little larger tha
all the time. Cor
* At the earnest solic
# pocketbook, I am In I
*ton and sell Fertilize
SLe me see what yo
*what you want to bu;
- Q Yoi
*LET US HELP EAC
anlThose wo ar required to
or who may wish to relieve fr
bondsmen, should apply in per,
AMERICAN SUTRETY C.
Capital and Surplus Over $6,000,
I Mange Cure
hedding cf 'air. Will
ige of dogs, hog. and
; sore head chi:kens.
, No Pay
directions. Ad .Iress,
SUMjM ERTON, S. C.
-Large Stock .of
rd Twine. Strong
n Binder, ties max
bundles to ball of
e of Lead
d potato worms
>und package just
wvine, Etc., on hand
ne and see us.
RARDW 1I 0.
r'ON, S. C.
Summierton, S. C.
itation of myself and my
he market to buy Cot
u have to sell, and know*
friend t> o : e~'~f1 their suretieB,
endru o fr ltether obligationa as
)MPANY OF NEW YORK
000 P'arnphlets on Annikeea.