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"NUB" SENDS IN A GOOD
LETER fROM SUMMERTON
in this Coamunity and these' two girls
trip through several counties in the
Eastern part of the State, and if crop
conditions in these counties are an in
dex to crop conditions generally over
the cotton belt, we could certainly ex
pect some . more forty cent cotton.
This being the first of June the cot
ton looks toibe at least'one-month be
hind previous years in growth and it
looks almost impossible for anything
like A full crop.
We have'been handed a communi
cation contuining the contents of the
closing exercises of the school last
week and to this we would like to add
some complimentary remarks' of the
teachers but to do this we find our
selves in just about the same predict
ment of Johnny the little country
school boy when he had disobeyed
some of the orders and his professor
told him if he did not get up before
the school and say something compli
mentary about the 'professor and his
two good looking assistants he would
have to thrash him. The little boy
replied about as follows: "Professor
you know that you are the best man
community and I just can't say any
helping you teach are the prettiest
and best girls ever have been in this
community and I just cant say any
thing complimentary,' Now this is
just aboutour position in reference to
our faculty with Prof. Gee, regarded
by all, as one of the best men of our
community and a very able and ef
ficient school superintendent with the
co-operation of some six or eight good
and good-looking young ladies as his
able assistants we shall not attempt to
say anything complimentary about
The Summerton High School closed
Monday night, after one of the best
years in the history of the school.
The commencement exercises began
on Friday night. An operetta, under
the direction of Misses Miller and
Galphin, was given by the pupils of
the lower grades. The High School
Literary so.:- cies then presented "The
Reveues of a Bachelor" under the di
FOR A P
FLY AND ll
Meets every requirement whei
ed i na closed room It kills flies
closets, around kitchen sinks andi
hed bugs, moths and cockroaches.
will insure you a night of rest ani
*pests MR. MOSQUITO.
Fishermen will find it a bless
and can be rubbed on the hands i
*Every bottle is guarai
or else your money will be
WILEY G. GRIS
For Sale at Dickson Drug
For Tuesday a
$8.00 and $10.00 Men'i
all solid leather
Extra Wear Blue Ribb
Shoes, values $8.00, $9.00
W. L. DOUG
All other Shoes at Iowc
rection of Misses'Cook and Jeter.
On Sundag morning in the School
Auditorium the baccalaureate sermon
was preached by the Rev. Truesdale of
the Main Street Methodist church of
Columbia. Mr. Truesdale preached a
very interesting sermon oU "service".
Special music was furnished by a
(hoir composed of the teachers and
representatives from the different
churchds of the town.
On Monday afternoon at six o'clock
a daisy chain drill was given on the
school grounds, by the girls of the
high school and the 6th, 6th' arid 7th
On Monday night at 8:30 o'clock the
graduating exercises were held in the
school auditorium. The following
program was carried out.
Invocation-By Rev. Ansley.
Song-By the High School Chorus.
Salutatory--By iss Lily Cantey.
Address-By Dr-. Thomson of Win
throp College. I
Remarks for the Trustees by Mr.
H. A. Richbourg.
Trio-Triumphal March, by Misses
Pauline Crim, Katharine Davis and
Valedictory-Jay Miss Katharine
Farewell Song-By Graduating
Presentation of Diplomas, by Mr.
Benediction-By Rev. Morris.
This is the first year that the grad
uates of the school have received
state high school diplomns. The mem
bers of the graduating class were:
Lily Cantey, Pauline Crim, Katharine
Davis, Emma Purse, Camilla Martin,
Fairy Pitts and Douglas Bain. A cer
tificate was awarded to A. J. Rich
The following is the honor roll for
the Summerton Graded School for the
month ending, May 20th.
1st grade-Henrietta Bain, Mildred
Chewning, Carolyn Davis, Francis
Dingle, Dorthy Everett, Mable Feld
er, Catharine Stukes, Andrew Bur
gess, Reedy Davis, Ceth Mason:
2nd grade-Annie Belser, Clara
Wilbur Coskrey, Charles Plowden,
Bruce Richbourg, Elmore Touchberry,
Sarah Felder, Camilla Joseph, Mattie
Mathis, Elizabeth Senn, William Can
have reduced all dur 7c
>5c. This includes Coca
i Lemonade. We have
;t palatable drinks in
G, S. C.
T E 'S
e an insecticide is needed. Spray
mad mosquitoes, used on beds, in
ti cracks, it kills and drives away
Sprayed on your bed at night it
I peace fr'onm that greatest of all
ing as it is harmiless to the skin
iteed to give satisfaction
mf, S. C.
Store, Manning, S. C.
mam mm mmnumuutmmt~u mut
n Men's Armny$
and $.0A PAIR
In Attractive Case
teed or Money
This offer for a limited
Remit by money order
or cash--no stamps
Frad Razor Co.
NEW YORK CITY
tey, Brennan Davis, Joseph Davis,
3rd grade--Junior Eadon, Drucilla
Gee, Ton Cooper James, Sara Shirer,
4th grade-Janes Carson, W.
Davis, Sarah Davis, Agnes Felder,
Eunice Touchberry, Virginia Wilkie,
Irene King Annie Belle Richbourg. .
5th grade-Charles Allen, Halstead
Anderson, Irnien Ardis Ashiton
BIroadvay, Annie Bye, Jufin Cantey
Beverly Carrigan, Rutledge Dingle,,
Sue Lesesne, Francis Troy. i
6th grade-Bessie Mood, Virginia
7th grade-Elizabeth - Anderson,
8th grade-Grace Cobia, Hiallie
Carson, Ethel Crim, Mary Louise
James, Mary Elizabeth Mathis, Mild
red Rogers, Aletha Walker, Joe Ans
ley, Edward Brailsford, Thomas Bur
gess, Edward Felder, Philip Joseph,
Willie Mood Ross, Carol Rowe.
9th grade-Francis Dingle, May
Elizabeth Hunter, Tappy Lesesne.
Annie Mood, Hugh Gus Richbourg.
10th grade-Belle Cantey, Sue
Esther Pitts, Emma Wynn Mood.
11th grade-Lily Cantey, Kath
Mr. D. R. Chewning, formerly of
this place but who for many years has
lived in Hendersonville, N. C., died
Wednesday of last week. Tht body
reached this place Friday. The fun
eral service took place at the residence
of Mr. J. E. Rowe, and interment at
the old St. Paul cemetery. Friday
afternoon. The deceased was about
seventy-two years old and is survived
by his wife, four girls and three boys
as follows: Mrs. J. E. Rowe, Mr.
Gordon Chewining, and Miss Mamie
Chewning of this place, and Misses
Carrie and Rosa and Messrs. Andrew
and Harris Chewning of Henderson
ville, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. James Nelson spent
the week-end in Bishopville with re
Misses Zuline Stukes, Ruth Dick
son and Mr. Tommie Stukes spent
Sunday afternoon with Mrs. J. J.
Miss Hannah Harrell of Florence,
was the attractive guest of Mrs. C.
L. Godwin last wveek.
A very interesting game of ball
wag. played here Monday afeno
between Manning andl Su11merton,
Manning winning the game. Score
of ten to eight.
Miss Martha Walker, who has been
teaching school at Pelzer, S. C., has
returnedl home for the summer~ vaca
A mong the College girls who have
returned are Misses Lila Briggs,
Dorothy Carson and A lma Burgess.
Mrs. S. A. Hunter, Mrs. S. A.
.Pitts, and~ Charles Pitts, left here Sun
(lay for Rock Hill wvhere they are at
tending the gradluating exercises of
Miss Martha Pitts.
.Mr. ,J. A. Hiunsucker, of !Lermetts
ville, is spending a few days with re
latives and friends.
Mrs. II. 1.1. Med~m is spending the
week with relati'.es in Marion.
Miss Mae Widhamn, ert the Blaptist
Sunday Schoel, gave he r class a pic
nie at Pocalla Tuesday a fternoon.
Misses Malek and1 Sudie Davis spent
the week-end in Columbia.
Capt. "d.1immy"~ Godwin, has accpt
ed the position as suxperintende'nt of
the bridge-bu ild(ing force.
Since the cry of "H ardl Times,"~ sev
eral memibers of the nion-sweaters
umion have accepted positions as lines
men for the wireless telegraph and
Mrs. T1. HI. and .John Gentry attend
ed the graduation exercises at Coker~
Mr. Bill Stuckey spent the week
end in Columbia.
Mrs. Pete Chewning and Miss Rebie
Hlunter spent Monday in Sumter shop1
.Mr. Herbert Stackley of Felorence
is spending Some time with his sister,
Mrs. W. G. Griste.
"D)addy"~ Saul IFllerbee, the faith ful
old jamitor of the school handed u
the following poem "on Mr x. Holl Wee
The farnmers now must meet his fate,
The Boll Weevil is in the State.
Heo used to subsist onl the Iloll,
Anad in that way, took heavy'toll.
"l'is high time to begin the task,
Move from the lethegic past,
Use. what intellect can be formed
TIo run tihe grim Roll Weevil dlown.
Get all your knowvledge full in play,
,With all your might enter the fray,
'o put the grievous weevil down,
-Become inventors of your own
All creators have amo n e .ah
The Ford One-T,
sands of business
Thousands of owni
ness. Ask us for E
what pleased own(
Built of tough I
tor transmitting p(
with the mechanic
Truck the lowest :
the lowest priced'o
these practical me
sures every truck <
Mechanics, so that
To sum up: Ser
est first and opera
qualities which cu
F. R. Dingle, Suin
Was given human at his birth,
In loving words the Lord of host
Created all, made man the Boss,
Stop nurmurming, and go to think
Mrs. Betty Land of Denmark, is the
guest of ler parents, Mr. and Mrs.
I. Y. Eadon.
Sone miscreant dynanited Cutto's
Lake on Monday and killed all the
We wish to express our thanks to
our many friends for theit' kind Words
and deeds (luring our recent bereave
ment in the death of our father, Mr.
D. R. Chewning.
J. E. Rowe and Relative,.
The undersigned, L W. Carrigan,
hereby announces that he has with
U Thr'ee Special 14
Lot No. 1-75 p
gular $3.50 values,
M Lot No. 2-100
U fords, black and t
Lot No. 3-100
M black and brown 1
U Sale price
U 2 Special Lo
U Lot No. 1-36 pi
teed to give satisfau
M Lot No. 2-24 pi
U splendid number f
M $10.00, very speciu
U T1his is anuns
U very small outlay
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Ton Truck Cuts Delivery Co
m Truck has cut "delivery
houses, farmers, factories,
ars attest to its economy o:
y call the Ford a real "neces,
copy of the "Ford-A Busir
,rs say. It will cost you noti
ord Steel with the ever-dep,
>wer to the aluminum bronze
and pneumatic tires, front v
al simplicity, have helped to
>ossible operating and maint
ne-ton motor truck on the
rits our after-service organi:
>wner of genuine Ford parts
the Ford Truck need never
viceability, flexibility, powei
ting costs, service, all toget
: down expense and will help
idon Motor Co., Manning,
ierton. W. C. 11
(Irawn from the partnership conduct
ed under the name and style of 'Cash
Drug Store" at Sum merton, County
of Clarendon, South Carolina, and
that he has sold his interest in said
business to Mr. 11. G. Walker.
22-3t-1 L. W. Carrigan.
BOLL WEEVIL IN CLARENDON
On account of so much rumor go
ing about as to the boll weevil in
Clarendon county, and a great many
People not being sure as to the nature
of these insects, we publish a letter to
Wells-Levi Co., from Clemson Col
lege which explains the situation:
Manning, S. C.
I have your letter of the 28th and
vise that the insects which you sent
to supply your needs in Sun
:>ts of Ladies' Pumps and1 Ox
airs Godman & Co.'s Pump
Special Junc Sale price
irown kid, regular $5.00 vaih
airs E. P. Reed & Co., Puny
cid regular $7.50 and $9.0(0 vi
t; of C raddock-Terry Men 's
Lir's Gun Ivletal English, a sh,
etion. Special .June Sale prit
rirs kid, combination last, ve
or Summer wear, sold1 fornm
il .June Sale pri1ce .
ail opportulnity to buyv standth
>)f mfoney. D~on't miss it.
all Dry G(
SUMTER, S. C.
0EAIng u - E" * wa m O pm MSn
costs" for thou
sity" in their busi
less Utility." Read
endable Ford Mo
And rear, together
give the Ford Ton
nance cost. It is
market. Add to
cation, which in
and skilled Ford
to be out of Ser
, durability, low
ier, are the Ford
you cut your "de
, S.C. l
owden, New Zion.
are boll weevils. We are enclosing
herewith a Copy of a circular which
we are mailing to inquirers, and ask
that you read' it. The abundance of
weevils at this season of the year is
no indication of the ultimate loss of
the crop, but on the other hand, any
one giving advice as to whether a
crop should be plowed up or not, is
gambling, as no one knows what the
weather is going to do.
A. F. Conradi,
Asheville, N. C., May 31.-A forest
experiment station for the South,
with headquarters in Asheville will
be established .July 1, according to a
statement by W. B. Greely, chief for
ester, in Washington today,
nrf foot-wear at
and1( Oxfords, r'e- g
Pumpl1s ad Ox.- U
ecs, Special June
)S andH Oxfor'ds,
iues, Sp~ecial June U
30C that is guar'an
ry comfortable, aU
lerly as high as
rdl foot-wear at a