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S alwden, CorrN dot
s, ,1d'the spar Cl ng, 'eje t i8.9 ti
irw gymnasluni at\l buidj
a thousando or' aore o 'shey
Sthe .Clemson b mJet lSaji teal
lts 1022 baskptall .seasog The
S lyersjty of Georgia was the flre
ent and she won a well eaiebd
ti dory. iby'a 1deore of 24 to 16. Bq,
; . the halves of the ame a bo
' Tatch between " attlitig .Bde'
Charleston aid "T nor Kirk'-f
unllle was witns cd When
S4 n ee:punldhe d .kipoed
y'f to1,itory. ;Both.qfthe
are promilent -menbers of, thp
uite a .large number of the stti
'donty attained the. distirnetion of h e
11g on .the Honor R911 for the ofirt
'tepal of the session of -1921-1922.by
buying no failures, n6 'urrent works
behind, and not over fwenty 'demesifs.
T he numberof sfudents on the Hlon'or
611 fot the past term is 42 per cent.
the entire student body which is'
p exceedingl. fine record.
QThe football' schedule for 1922 is
:'how ready except for one open (late
an is as follows:
, eptember 80, Centre College at
October 7, open.
October 14, Presbyterian College at
October 26,Uxinversity of South
Carolina at State Fair in Columbia.
-'November 4, Georgia Tech at At
November 11, Citadel at Ch arles
November 18, Erskine at Anderson.
November 25, Furman at Gr:eenville.
December 2, Florida at Jackson
Georgia and Auburn will not. be
played this year because they want
' qd .to play Clemson on October 21 and
o284ind it would have been folly for
the f'Tigers" to meet such teams the
Saturday before and immediately
after the annual clash with the Uni
versity of South Carolina at the
On I st Saturday afternoon all the'
cadets ,oho desired to take the typhoid
vaccination were asked to -renrt to
the hospital for their first inioculation.
Many of the cadets took advantage
of the opportunity to take the 'treat
ment but the serum gave out before
all were va inated, however, many
were given te treatment and those
remaining to receive it will doubtless
be vaccinated sometime this week.
All those who were vaccinated, last
Saturday are getting along nicely at
Educational institutions supported
by the State -need to be reorganized
in a number of ways, including the
abolishment of. all engineering courses
at the University and the Citadel and
the establishment of this work at
Clemson, according to the renort of
the joint legislative committee on
economy and consolidation which will
be presented to the legislature with
in a short time. In regard to the
work at Clemson College, the report
'says: "Large returns are secured
for the money spent; the fertilizer
tax should be turned into the state
treasury and direct appropriations
-madp; all engineering work at the
state institutions should he taught
at Clemson and post graduate work
in engineering and agriculture should
be ostablished; Clemson should handle
l all agricultural publicity; a building
program amounting to $100,000 a
year for several years to extend the
facilities and provide for 1,200 stu
dents is recommdnded.''
' An extra issue of the "Chronicle"
entitled the "Faculty Number" ap
pearet last Saturday and is indeed
worthy of mention. In it are several
articles written by members of the
faculty. Among these are: "Ten
years of growvth at Clemson." by WV.
M. Riggs, President; "Why study the
*Humanities?" by. D. W. Daniel, head
'of Aendemic Department; "What is
the R. 0. T. C;" by Major Madison
Pearson, commandant; "Thle Howv andi
*The Why," by F. H. H1. Calhaoun,
head of Agricultural D~epartment;
and "Alumni Interest in Student Ac
divities," by D. 1". F~olger, '16 Alumni
Secretary. This issue of the Chroni
cle was made' possible only through
the efforts of the faculty membewrs
and it will dloubtless prove very i
teresting and instructive to all those
*who may have the opportunity of
reading the "Faculty Number"' of this
valuable college publication.
RURl4 CARItIEII EXAMINATLION
The .Unjted States Civil Servico
Commission has announced an exam
ination for the County of Clarendon,
S. C., to be held at Manning on Feb.
11h 92to All the position of rur~al
hftmay lattem occur on r'ural rou-tes
rom other post offices in the above
%Y~ehtionetl county. The salar'y of a
rural carrier~ on a stiandard daily
*wagon ronte of 24 miles is $l.800 per
annum, with an additional $30 per
mile per' gumum for each mile or miaj
or fraction thereof in access of 241
Smiles. The salary on motor routes
Eggsaa~Jrom $2,4150' to $2,00 per an
num, according to length. Separate
examinations for motor routes and~
wagon routes are no longer held.
Appointments to both popitions will
be made from the same register. The
examination will be open 'only to
citizens ,vho are actually domiciled
.'iin the territory of a post office in the
e(county- ai iw,o meet the other re
Ciulrements wt forth in Form 1977.
Just received, a fresh
shipment -of GARDEN
.PEA SEED. All varities.
Dickson Druig Store
a nnhag, S. C.
Vrlzo01 cp$1rd Qt1u'ral eluk
ri a S n ei are the
mydow' 'UThs ldioid butlo ,op
iert sailof bies r '
v41 so nb'o1't1ed
sicahy lisqpa .fpr).exanination by
reAson'of;ilnjuries.,received in the line
of military duty., Poew No. 1Q' and
abplication blanks' ipAy be o itinef
fainp the 'flices mtitioned above or
from' the United States Civil Service
Commisalon at. WashingtolD. C.
Applications should. bd . forwarded to
the -Commissiot. at Washington, D. ,C.
at ,the . earliegt prgetiedble Do'
"OF DISABLED MF
-.ashiiigton, Jan. 17.-Asserting
.tatt o more than' 3,50,0 menitally
disab1 fnrmer service 'men' now
placed in' State' institutions were
victims of such "gross neglect, in
difference and ' ofiteering" as con
stituted a "black: reproach on the
honor of iho nation," tite Disabled
Amier can Veterahs ', of the World
War, in a memorial presented to
day to President Harding, urged
immediate action by the. govern
ment looking to . the .trpatment of
all 'such cases in federal institu
tions. Neglect of the cases in State
institutions, the memorial 'said, is
committing to permanent insanity
many of the . victims who ,by , time
ly treatmient probably could, be cured.
Describing the condition of "con
tract" cases of this class in the
institutions of the State of Ohio
as typical of those in "practically
every State," the memorial asserted
the government had "farmed out
the insane ex-service men of Ohio
to State asylum ' which are noto
riously overcrowded, under-manned
and inadequately equipped to treat
and care for them," while it has
not provided one federal institu
tion -for this purpose in the State..
Sloep on the Floor
"For example," the 'memorial
said, "in the Long. View Asylum of
Hamilton county, there are forty
two gallant soldiers who broke
lown mentally under the stress of
war, although Long View is so
overcrowded that -240 of the in
mates sleep on the floor like cattle
Of the 250 mentally disabled in
the instution~s of -the State, physi
cians believe half might be cured
by treatment, it was said. Not one,
the memorial asserted, was receiv
ing "medical treatment of any kind,
and c'irable cases are being daily
(loomed to permanent insanity." None
of the institutions, it was further as
serted segregate their tubercular
An average profit of $300 on each
patient out of the $547.50 annual
maintenance fee paid by the gov
ernment was charged by the m
morial. The organization urged that
the President use his influence in se
'uring early action by Congress on
the pending measure fo appropriate
$16,000,000 for tr'aitment of mental
cases 'in federal institutions.
During the two years or more be
fore federal facilities coul be increas
ed to take care of. all cases, the me
piorial urged that "infinitely more
supervision'7 of the "contract" insti
tutions he provJied, by the veterans'
BANK RUPfT NOTICE
District Court of the. United State
for the Eastern Di)strict of South
Carolina. hI Bankrnptcv
In the matter of Reubin dordin of
Sumnlerlo in the County of Clauren
don and District aforeqa idl, a . bank
rupf. . .
To the Creditors of said 1dankrupt:
Notice is hereby given that on the
9th (lay of Jfanua ry 1922, the above
named1 duly adljudged baunkrugt; and
that te firtmeetinug of his creditors
will 1be held at 'he oflece of Lee and
Moise, Sumter, S. C., on the 23rd day
of .January 1922, att 12 o'clock noon,
at which time the said creditors may
attend, prove their claims, appoint a
trustee, examine the bankrupt and
transact such other business as may
properly conme before said meeting.
At trhis me.eting will also be consider
edl the sale of the 'tock -of Tnerchan
dIise an1( doter personal /property of
the bankrupt, without further notice
to creditors. Claims must be filed in
thd mnner pvescribedl by the rules of
the supreme court for filing of claims
in pankruptcy. ,
/ Robert J. Kirk,
,Reibreo in Bankruptcy.
'Florence, S. C., Jan. 10th, 1922.
State of South Carolina,'
Court . of Common Pleas.
Notice of Sale.
J1. A. Weinlierg, Plaintiff,'
Susan E. Blriggs, 'T'he Sumter rust
Company, and Willis Wright, D~e
Unider and byr virtue of a D~ecrce of
the Court of Common Pleas rendered
in above stated action -by his Honor,
Judlge Johni S Wilson, I, J. E. Gam
ble, Sheriff orf Clarondon County,
South Carolina, wvill sell to the high
est bidder for cash at public outcry,
in front 'of the Court H ouse door at
Munng', S. 0,,. on Monday the 6th
day of- February A. D., 1922, being
salesday. within the leal hours for
_ ~ ra?ge rive
30 by 3 . . 'Plain, . . $ 7.85 33 by 4 Non-Skid, Cord, $25.45
30 by 3 1-2 NQn:Skid, . . $ 9.50 32 by 4 Non-Skid, Cord, $24.65
y 32 by 4 Non-Skid, . 34 by 4 Non-Skid, Cord, $26.25
. . $19.45
33 by 4 1-2 Non-Skid Cord, $32.05
33 by 4 Non-Skid, $20.25
-$ 34 by 4 1-2 Non-Skid Cord, $33.07
34 by 4 Non-Skid, . . $21.00 35 by 5 Non-Skid, Cord, $41.50
Consisting of Goodrich, Silvertown, Diamond, Fisk, and Kokomo
Crd and Fabric Casings. These prices are below the actual purchase
price of these goods, and we absolutely guarantee them to be fresh
stock and as good Tires %as money can buy. It will pay you to buy
now at these prices, even if you do not need them,. because you will
never get the opportunity to buy this class of goods at these prices again.
For One Day Only, Saturday January 21, we will Sell Bull
*Grip Tire Patches to patch inner tubes with; for 15c. per can.
kegular price 50 cents. Champion Spark Plugs for 35c each.
We have got to raise some cash, ,and to do it we are going to sacrifice
our stock, of goods to the public.
Beginning February 1st, we will put our business on a absolutely cash
basis to every one. Our capital is exhausted and it will be impossible
for us to keep open unless we sell for cash, and cash only.
This Sale will Begin Saturday, January 21, and Continue
Through Saturday, January 28th.
We have only listed a very few articles that we have in stock. We
lhave a. large stock of goods and if you have a automobile it will pay
you to investigate.
We will Sell Gasoline on Saturday, January 21, just for one
day, at 22c. per gallon. Oils 1 2c. per quart. Creases 1~2c per lb.
There will be absolutely nothing charged to any one during this Sale.
It will be Cash, and Cash only.
M A NN ING, S. C.
judicial sales, thc following desci ibelod aiiigi ~I onyol lit-o 'nin la i' al(tit n i i ~i
real estate: *dnni ~sr(taiieaiI kot.Saeiid'i bv oi i tolI ('i' tC
All that tract of had in Clarendon '(leC'dto' ai Pan ut dal.Jnay 3d I,1.F. '('pi i
County, South Cariol ina, containing No c is erb gie tht ith ..I'.(;tldSorI '( nili1)Ci.
adjoining lands now or formerly of e a uyajde akut n
McKnigh-t, of Willin G~(ibson of(a ,te iis flctn ofhs reiti' i li Coit1ii('dor tIatnii,
ecstate of Ben Cobia, abd possibly of ~ilh ei t1Woheo e o .Co o~~y 'hi~''ttI9~ iIlI tit~
others; said land being the same con- osSmeS . nte2r ly biv ae-awti h ''llii' i i 1~ ~ 'W
L. James by (Iced dated JTanuariy 17, a hc ietes i 'e tr i cixdI(~l(S t:~4 ~ ~ j t 1
Purchaser' to PAp~'ste 'iymn h ll forlt a Ipapdertst.I el n oeto, oaii-('el i bn1'ii t~ o ii ,
Shherif CaenofCut. rpel (01Wofll a lmetClarainigfftenI)acismreoons County. l'(:5 i iit'' ,i i '
NOTICE OF )ISCI[ARGE ds n te esn ipiyo h ad f. lsI aini oI'' i tiiII( 'a 'n
I will atliply to the .Judge of Pro- t rdio'. Camsms efldiiIo aaalIo i itI yte~ 'tI'
23rd dlay of Jaur,1922 at 11 urnecutfrtln fcaim htr.'IitStt g liiity-I i t u ~ u
o'clock A. M. for Lettotrs of D.ischarge ('ity uctsrt ~~ i'Pi)''. ~ 'ttIIi )1Iiiusan iittieh i
as Guhardlian 'for WV. M. Turbeville, ~J ik 1 .CA~ l.ls t'en sti: oli aV lt't
villo and Jan~ie Buddin, formecrly Jantie Forn ,S.CJn 11 192 ('l11(butn as flws iwt
Trb'evillec, for'merly minors..tiIi
pd. Guardian. Saeo ot aoia ~Il trtI i~ i ~li t a: fN
CounytorCctendtourt of. nd TheiItUnitedits State 1)
for---th - Ea tr Ditrc of Souetnhoo cy ls o a e u ti e . (Sae tli ah i f I nl h'iig I
arotlina.yorStat lcns fotp Bsatnktruptcyit~('e~ o o'b
3IANKRU~T NO'I'Iof Manin in. Adsthe Cont y of Clar e g~a ottsin' nC-de f.. .(' i lti etme
Distrct Curt f 'rh Uittc T o Ac e W reia os, of Wai HanrupK anat: i ad dt vtotyorlcne ae1
for t e Eatern istrct of Sout t daiy h of tDckoy2, thedit asv nam' - f r b oig s o il h v o p y P ic~si o l o a e s
~arolina. Ii Bankruptcy u luky Cdjud e nd anrupt (Iandalya fut.J . A B
In the matte' of B A. Winb lr bueun tol a therofc of Lee. and