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MANNING, S. C., WEDNEE
NEWS FROM CLEMSON COLLEGE
E. D. Plowden, Correspondent.
Clemson College, S. C., Feb. 7.-Ac
cording to the plans concerning the
summer school which were recently
announced, this branch of--the college
work will be of much more importance
and extent this summer than that of
any summer heretofore. Several
new courses have been added and all
of the old ones have been greatly
strengthened in preparation for the
most successful summer school in the
history of the college.
The following courses will be given:
1. Courses for teachers: (1) pri
mary teachers, (2) elementary teach
ers, (3) high school teachers, (4)
teachers for special subjects.
2. Courses in cotton grading.
3. Courses in Science: (1) Physics,
(2) Chemist y, (3) Biology, (4)
4. Courses for club boys.
5. Courses for making up back
college work and removing entrance
G. Courses for Federal Board stu
Plans are now being made for re
creation. The baseball-dinmonds, the
tennis courts, and the swimming pool
will g ready for the use of the sum
mer school students. Excursions and
field trips will be arranged, the lib
rary will be open and special lectur
ers, famous in the educational and
business world, have been secured.
[he animal husbandry division of
Clemson College will sell at auction
on Wednesday, February the 8th, 35
registered Duroc Jersey hog sand 16
registered Poland-China hogs. The
sale will begin at two o'clock in the
This is thw first auction sale ever
held by the Animal Husbandry Divis
ion, but present plans indicate that
the sale will be an annual event after
this year. The hogs are of good
breeding and all were raised here at
The enrollment for the present
session has now reached 1,007, which
number is approximately one hundred
and fifty over and above the enroll
ment for last year and much greater
than that for any previous year.
The demerit record for the first
term is one of which everyone con
nected with the college in any way
should be proud. Figures recently
given out show that 371 students re
ceived no demerits; 308 students re
ceived from one to twenty- demerits;
that is 80.4 per cent. of the entire
student body received less than twen
ty demerits for a period of over three
months. 112 students received from
21 to' 40 demerits; 38 received from
41 to 60; 5 from 61 to 66 demerits;
and no cadet received over 66 de
merits; and no cadet received over 66
demerits, or the amount necessary to
cause withdrawal from college on ac
count of excessive demerits.
On last Saturday and Sunday, Feb.
4 and 5, Dr. Seely K. Thompkins of
the South Congregational Church
Brockton, Mass., visited Clemson and
made three very interesting and in
structive talks to the student body.
On Saturday night, D~r. Thompkins
sp~oke in the Y. M. C. A. auditorium.
On Sunday morning, Dir. Thompkins
:poke to the members of the Presby
terian Church, and on Sunday night,
Dr. Thompkins again addressed the
members of the student body. Each
time Dr. Thompkins spoke the houses
were filled to overflowing. Dr.
Thomp~kins is a speaker of much re
niown. He has been actively identified
as a worker with students and with
student life, having once been a, Prmo
fessor of Public Speaking and many
times since associamted with stadlents
n various ways. We certainly hope
that Dr. Thompkins will visit Clem
C'lemson's basketball teams wer~e
und(1isp)utedc chaimpions in that branch
of athletics last Friday and Satarday,
wh'len the Piedmont College teami came
here to battle withI the '"Tigers.'' On
Friday~ night, the Freshman teamn met
an del Icfeatedl the Piedmont teanm b~y
a scorce of 2.1 to 18. The team from
Georgia d id sonme worth y playing but
the "'rats'" wiver too strong foi them.
We carry a ful
It's no use to gi
Call at our stor
less than any st
because we haa
expense and do
nning as Second-Class 'Matter.
0 per year in Advance
MiAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1922
The Piedmont team requested ' the
pleasure of meeting the Varsity squad
on Saturdhy' night, so on the follow
ing night,- the two teams met on the
same court that Freshmen had won
their victory on,, and this time the
"Tigers" came out on top by the
score of 21 to 12. The Georgians did
some noble scrapping but the "Tiger
Town" teams were too strong for
SUMMERTON BOY ,SCOUTS
At the January ,meeting of Troop
No. 1 of Summerton, the following
officers were elected:
Troop Leader-Hugh Gus Rich
Eagle Patrol Leader - Holden
Eagle Assist. Leader-Cannon Hen
Stag Patrol Leader-W. M. Capers.
Asst. Patrol Leader-J. McKnight.
Troop Scout-Lawrence Watt.
Troop Treasurer-Joseph Ansley.
Order of Merit in Troop. Maximum
Standard Bearer-Scout McIver
Tisdale-47 per cent.
2-Scout H. G. Richbourg-44 per
3-Scout Joseph--41 per cent.
4-Scout Carrigan-40 per cent.
5-Tie- Kenneth Davis-39 per
Tie-C. Henson-39 per cen..
'-Tie--Scbut Burgess-37 pct!
Tie-Scout Stukes-37 per cent.
7-Scout HI. Davis-36 per cent.
8-Scout J. Ansley-35 per cent.
9-Scout Cain-34 per cent.
10-Scout Mellette-33 per cent.
l1-Scout, A. Henson-30 per cent.
12--Scout Capers-30 ..per cent.
13-Scout G. Davis-30 per cent.
14--Scout R. Mellette-27 per cent.
15-Scout Lawrence Watt-20 per
16-Scout Mc.Knight-20 per cent.
17-Scout Mathi-20 per cent.
NEW HAYAKAWA ROLE
DEPICTS VIRILE HERO
Sessue Hayakawa' the noted tra
gedian of the screen, will be seen in
one of his strongest roles in "Li Ting
Lang," the Robertson-Cole special,
produced by Haworth. which will be
seen at the Pastime Theatre.
In "Li Ting Lang," Mr. Hayakawa
is seen in the role of an Americanized
Chinese youth, who falls desperately
in love with the financee of one of his
college chums. Realizing the hope
lessness of his love, Li Ting Lang re
turns to China and enters the service
of his country. Here events shape
themselves rapidly and the story
moves swiftly to a dramatic climax.
Doris Pawn, the beautiful and tal
ented leading woman, plays -opposite
Mr. Hayakawa. Thursday, February
9th. Matinee and night.
HONOR ROLL OF THE
NEW ZION SCHOOL
1st. grade-Woodrow Beard, Allen
luddin, Lamar Derrick, Coline , Gib
bons, Virginia Gibbons, Alton Gib
bons, Bable Wheeler, W. E. DuBose,
Janie Wheeler, Bessie Lee Kennedy,
Adv. 1st. grade-Beasley Buddin,
Margaret Black, Pauline Beard, Er
line Beard, Curtis Gibbons, William
Kennedy, Eloise Lavender, Clidia
Player, Evelyn Plowden, Helen John
2nd. Grade-Hagood Morris, Earl
Bludd in, Ruby Burddin, Dorothy Der
rick, Wilbur Kennedy, Edna Osborne,
31rd. gradea--Gertrude Evans, Lawv
re(ns Gibbons, Elise Player, Theo
Kennedy, Alma Baird, Wallace Ard,
Woodrow Baird, David Winters.
4th. grade-Carlisle Buddin, An
nita Flemming, Pauline Morris, Alga
Buddin. Hattie Holliday, Katie Frost,
JT. C. Flemmiing.
5th. grade'-Eula Frost, Alma P'lay
er, Ber'-ice Gibbons.
6th. grade--S. E. Mcintosh, Ruby
Johnson, Creighton Gibbons.
7th. grade-LTennil Gibbon, Tracey
Oth. grade-MN ildred HI icks, Jlan ie
10th. gradle-Nell Gibbons, Sadie
Lou1 Bluddin, Vernon DuBose, Annie
Belle Nelson, H attie Wheeler.
1 line of Staple
B R IES!
> from store to
for low prices.
3, as 'we sell for
ore in Manning
e no overhead
our own work.
Meeting of The - Paxville Woihan's
Auxiliary of The- Methfodist
- A most enthusiastic meeting of the
Woman's Auxiliary of the Methodist
church was held on last Wednesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Jesse
R. Sprott. In spite of. the' inclement
weather a splendid number of ladies
were present. 'The reception: hall and
living room were made attractive with
potted plants, and a beautiful vase of
narcissus adorned the library table.
Here and there posters were displayed
giving: statistled of Cuban niissions.
A. very striking one was as follows:
"The United States gave, Cuba her
Political freedom and 'the Church must
give her spiritual- freedom." The
president gave the Bible lesson:
"Ijleralds of a New Day." Mrs. Mag
give Garvin - offered "the afternoon
prayer. The reports from the differ
ent superintendents were- encouraging.
A geography lesson on Havana, and
the Missionary News were given by
members. Mrs. J. W. Mims, Jr., pre
sented very vividly "The Industrial,
Religious, and Social Life of Havana."
A reading entitled "Fraternity" by
Mrs. Sprott was much enjoyed.
Year books were - presented to the
members to be used at each meeting.
The closing thought was, "God gave
his best for us-his only begotton
Son. Christ gave, His best to me
Himself. " Have I given through the
Missionary Society of my Church the
best I had to give?*
As usual, the social half hour was
much enjoyed, during which the hos
tess served tea with lemon and as
sorted saridwiches. She wad assisted
by Misses Eva Bain, Florence Stack,
and Daisy Corbett.
GIVES OYSTER SUPPER
Last Thursday evening a represen
tative company of farmers of Claren
don County with several business men
of Manning were entertained at an
oyster supper at the salesroom of the
Clarendon Motor Company. The oc
casion of the get-to-gether was to
meet Mr. Cartwright of Florence,
owner of the new Colonial Creamery
who made an interesting talk on the
value of the dairy cow as a means of
cash revenue. He stated that he was
ready to purchase for cash all the
cream that could be shipped to him.
The Clarendon Motor Co., have taken
the agency for the De Laval cream
separator which they will sell on
time payments. They are also in the
market for eggs and will aid farm
ers in disposing of poultry.
There js no doubt that more atten
HOUSES FOR RENT-Ranging in
price from $10.00 to $25.00. Ap
ply to H. J. Bomar. 6-tf-c.
NOTICE-If your Giant Tire fails to
give ample service call C. R. Raw
linson, Manning, S. C., and he will
adjust same. 1t-p
CABBAGE PLANTS-New supply
just in. Dickson Drug Store.
CABBAGE PLANTS-Millions, all
varieties, hardy and tested by frost.
Inspected by'Government and found
free of disease. $1.00 per thousand,
f. o. b. express or parcel post. W.
Lykes, Lykesland, S. C. 7-c-e.
WE LOAN MONEY on personal pro
perty. Frierson Fruit Co. it-p.
FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new
Buick. Full information from God
win and Woodruff, Summerton.
D)ON'T FORGET the best is always
the cheapest. Purina Cow Chow is
the best. Jos. S. Dickson.
RYE--We have a small quantity of
Abruzzi and Winter Rye seedl left.
If you need any-cal' on us. JIos.
WA NTED--Repesentatives to sell
monuments. A ttractive, proposi
tion. Write Charlotte Marble and
Granite Works, Charlotte, N. C.
Largest in the Carolinas. 6-3t-c.
HURT 90 dlay Seed Oats-We have a
good stock of these. Jos. S. Dick
CABBAG E PL ANTS-New supply
just in. Dickson Drug Store.
HICK, LIME and CEMENT-We
wat you)' business. .Jos. S. Dick
FROST! PROOF" CA BBAGE PLANTS
Leading vaiei(ties-500, $1.00; 1,000,
$1'50 P. P. Pr'epaid. Lots 1,000 Up)
e~xpress collect 95c' per thouisand.
Address Manning Plaint Co., Box
276 Manning, S. C. f-2t
PURINA SCRATC.'H-Latying mash
annd biddy feedl. If you want eggs,
you have to feed for eggs. JTos. S.
HOUSES l"OR RENT--Rainging in
pri('e fi'om $10.00 to $25.00. A p
ply to HI. ,J. Romar. * 6-tf-c.
FOR SA LE- -Dwelling on North
Church Street. Fourn rooms, two
porches, open'f fn'eplaces. Splendlid
location, on acre lot. Easy terms.
E. C. Nettles Aisbrook, P'hone 226.
2 Ounces For 25c*
It is time to start the -New Year
right. Turn your soil erly and get
in shape for .nthe Jming rdO
We have everything the farmer
needs, and the prices are down
low. Just received, a shipment of
Harness, Plows, and Distributors,
and in fact, all that a farmer needs
We also have a lot of
Choice SANTEE FISHING CANES
Cnt by Mr. Hardy Alsbrook, and
it goes without saying, that these
Canes are. good ones, as Mr. Als
brook knQws a good ,cane when
he sees it, and cuts nothing but
the best. Come in .and get 'yours.
Plowden Hardware Co.
tion should be paid to the dairy cow About 481 bushels corn i BANKRUPT NOTICE
in this County. The only parts of 3 tons of forage
the United States not complaining 1 Liberty touring automobile District. Court of The United States
about ,hard times are: the 'dairy sec- ?..head of hogs
tions. Not only is the cream a source 1 lot of can goods Fo Th EhsterD tct o
of revenue but the skim milk is the packages of starch In the matter of 5, 10 and 25c Store
best of food for hogs and poultry. 1 lot of laundry soap
Several farmers at the meeting 18 packages of sda Clarendon and District afoead a
made arrangements to ship cream. 38 packages o
Additional information can be secur- 2 boxes of stick candy
ed at the Clarendoni. Motor Co: 39 packages of cigarettes
80 pounds of sugq~r Notice -is hereby given that on the
"BEACH OF DREAMS" 1 lot of rice 26th day of January, 1922, (the above
HAS A STRONG STORY 1 lot of flour named was duly adjudged bankrupt;
15 pounds of lard and that the -first meeting of his
The outtitting of an exploring ex- keoeeoltncrdoswilbhldateofceo
pedition into the far corners of the 1loofpatto tolan plw Le&MiSu erS.Cnth
globe would hardly consume moreimlmns2h-dyo Fera,19,at2
thne 'than the preparations made by 1ble ofctoocoknoatwihim tesd
the Hawvorth Company for the film- -ceiosm ted rv hi
ing of "The Beach of Dreams," aERETI.RAM, campontarueeeain
Robertson-Cole release, w~hich will Amnsrtr h akut n rnatsc te
open at the Pastime Theatre on Sat- SutrS..,Fb3,12.bsnsasmypoelcmeefr
urdIay, February 11th,. matinee and .si etn. A hsmeigwl
night. Intensely dranmatic, with tho........e---~--- .as ecniee h aeo h
necessary comedly relief, the photo- NOIEO DICA E stkofmrhniead terp
play has an all-star cast headed bysoaprety fth bnkuwi
Edith Storey. The story is from the Iwilapytth Jugeo Pr-otfternictorelts.Cim
pen of HI. De Ver'e Stacpoole and wvasbaefrCrno Conyo th mutefidinhe anrpesi
adapi)ted to the sci-een by E. Richard 2t a f Fbur, 12 t1 db h ue ftespeecu'
Tlhe central figure in the story isasgaia frTh asMleo- RbrtJKrk
a young and wealthy F'rench girl, whomevamio..RfrenBnkpty
is shipwrecked on a desert island andRihrG.MleloncSCFb.4192
there finds the romance which her pI urin usrb oTe ie
heartha lng soght. Anniut C., bushe . 23,orn 2
sell atthe reidence f.theeate M f hogsr
C.,to li 1tghst iddr or as on t oftanthod
in one8blackamerefoneoking tobacne
horse wagonboxes bofgytndcharness
OflOphacon, ne39w pnccalgos of - ciaete
yearling n~l aboutoundssofl ofggorn
.1 lot ofplantationbtoos1and ptow
ham, .Jnde of17.rbales Iofilcoellnt
the highst. bidNaESublicaRction
forIcwillatpthy resihencedof thePlate
I I o'tlofkra. a.eononrCduntyhen the
I top buggylymia hinoes
Inc., of-ManninvinIthe ounty o
Claredontad Disrict fdresid,
NIL M ankruptS. C
yeaNotice isJhet-eby given that on the