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NEWS fROM CL[MSON COL[CE[
E. 1). Plowden, Correspondent.
Clemson College, S. C., April 4.
The Clemson Glee Club, which has
just returned from a very successful
trip over the lower part of the State,
gave an entertainment in chapel last
Saturday night, April 1st. The club
this year consists of twenty men and
is said to be the best Clemson has
had for several years. Chicora, Cok
er and Marion audiences warmly ap
plauded the Clemson entertainers.
The show here was the best of the
season and the unusually large au
dience was more than repaid for its
In the preliminaries for the State
Oratorical Contest held last week,
Cadet R. W. Coarsey, a sterling
speaker and president of the Junior
Class, won first place and'Cadet C. T.
Young was chosen as alternate. The
contest will be held in Greenwood
sometime towards the latter part of
)r. D. W. Daniel, head of the ac
demic department of Clemson College,
has just, closed a seven day's speak
ing tour in behalf of the co-operative
marketing of cotton. This tour car
ried Dr. Daniel into ten counties of
the State and he was heard by large
crowds in each of them. Dr. Daniel
spoke at Edgefield, Trenton, .John
ston, Aiken, Batesburg, St. Matthews,
Orangeburg, Bamberg, Denmark,
Barnwell, Allendale, McCormick,
'Troy, Abbeville, and Erskine College
at Due West.
On last Monday afternoon the regi
mental track meet was finally held,
after a countless number of unavoid
able delays. More than sixty contest
ants took part in the finals and the
competition was close. With the win
ners of this meet and the fourteen
letter men still in college to choose
from, Coach Stewart should be able
to put out a real track team, one that
can show its heels to all competitors.
The date for the .Junior-Senior
Banquet has been set for May 5, this
this year. Since the announcement
of the (late many special deliveries,
telegrams, letters, and various other
announcements, invitations, and mes
sages left here headed for Winthrop,
(. W. C., Anderson, Coker, Chicora,
Columbia and many other places too
numerous to mention. All of the
members of the two upper classes are
counting the (lays until this day of
(lays, when many a cadet will escort
the future mistress to the Banquet
The Clcm:on h'sketball team was
scheduled to meet the Greenville
South Atlantic League team in Ander
son last Friday but the game was
called off on account of rain. The
Tigers' next game is with the Pres
byterian College here this (Monday)
afternoon. The schedule to the end
the season is as follows:
A pril 3, P. C. at Clemson.
April 6, Georgia at Athens.
April 7, Georgia at Athens.
April 8, Citadel at Clemson.
April 12, Wofford at Anderson.
April 14, Erskine at Clemson.
April 16, Furman at Clemson.
A pril 2(6, Carolina at Clemson.
A pril 27, D~avidson at Clemson.
April 28, Newherry at Clemson.
April 29. Erskine at D~ue WVest.
May 2, WVofford at Clemson.
May 11 , Furman at Clemson.
May 12, Ne~wberry at Newberry.
May 131, Carol inai at Columbia.
Leaders of the world's two largest
co-o)perat ive~ marketing associations
of tobacco grcowers, representing the
organ ize/d tobacco farmers of areas
produc ing 900,000,0001 lbs. out of Am
erica 's 1,400,000,000 lbs. crop, will
meet in Raleigh next week.
Robert W. 1Bingha m, ofi Louisville,
leader of the campaign of the Ken
tucky burley growers, Oliver .J. Sands
of Rich mond , M~anager of the Co
op~erait iv~e A ssociation of Carolina
Virgi niai girowers, G . A. Norwood,
*Presid en t of this A ssociaotion, and dli
rectors representing twenty-ftwo ( dis
tricts and ninety-six couintie's in
lie tob~acco a rea coveredl by the tri
st ate organiz/ation, will celebrate andl
d iscuss the successful progress of the
two ~ associtio~ns at a Smoker given
by the Raleigh Chamber of Commerce
to dIirectors of the tobacco and cottona
marketing a ssoc iations Monday, A pril
The~ Raleigh (Ch~imher of Comnmerce
hasiZ exteunded inivitaitions to pr~iesidets
:8 ittret-ie~is of the chambers of
commerce in the cities of the tobacco
gro(winig area of North Carolina.
Boyd's Sure PC
W ill sure( relievet your horstc
giv en wi th a0I teaspoon or small11 y
swa llowi fle meicine to ge t re
the inside of1 the monthi, the1 bli
l'ost O fficet orde r for 75c and I
i esonale di'counlt s on hu
P., O. Box 1133
Imeing as Second-Class Matter.
)0 per year in Advance
TESDAY, APRIL 5, 1922
Other distinguished guests invited
to meet with Judge Bingham and di
rectors of the marketing associations
next week are James C. Stone, Presi
dent of the Burley Tobacco Growers
Association and Eugene Myers, Chair
man of the War Finance Corporation,
which recently offered a loan of $10,
000,000-to the organized tobacco grow
ers of Kentucky.
Beginning the conferences with th<
warehousemen of four states at Sout
Boston, Va., on Wednesday, April 5
continuing conferences at Greensboro
and Raleigh, N. C., on April 6th and
7th, and ending the meetings at Flor
ence, S. C., on Saturday, April 8th
Warehouse Manager T. C. Watkins
and the Committee on Warehouses
will report to a full meeting of thc
directors of the Association in Raleigh
on Tuesday, April 11th.
The recent selection of Oliver J
Sands, of Richmond, President of th<
American National Bank of that
city, as Manager of the Marketing
Association, and the choice of Frank
D. Williams, the skillful leader of thc
sun-cured pool of Virginia, and well
known leaf dealer, as Manager of th<
Dark Leaf Department will further
insure the success of the Associatiot
in three states.
Growers in both the Carolinas and
Virginia are urged to support the
many meetings being held this weelk
and to win new signers to the con
NEXT WEEK WILL BE
"VICTORY WEEK IN S. C
Columbia, April 4.-Next week
will be "Victory Week" in South
Carolina, and over four thousand far.
mers are expected to take the field
and canvass for signatures to the con.
tracts of the South Carolina Cottor
Growers' Co-operative Association
The week, officials of the Association
say, will go down in the records as t
week marking a complete revolution
in the agricultural and commercia
life of South Carolina.
"Victory Week" will be the whirl.
wind round-up campaign for member
ship in the association and hundreds
of farmers will work (lay and night
to sign up the necessary number of
bales to make the contract operative
Over 100,000 bales of cotton are ex.
pected to be signed up next week.
Marlboro county is now leading th<
state in the number of bales signed
having passed the :30,000 hales markl
last Thursday. E. Wallace Evans
the county chairman, says that 40,.
000 hales will be signed up in that
county. Darlington is second with
21,000 bales and Cal hooun is th irt
with 19,500' while Sumter is a clost
fourth with 18,560 bales. These foum
counties promise a total sign-up ol
100,000 bales by May 1.
Great headwvay was madle in the
Piedmont section of the state lasl
week, there having been great activity
in that section. Over 20,000 baler
were rep~ortedi in one (lay from Pied.
mont counties. D~uring the wveei
many of the most prominent farmer:
in the Piedmont section afl'xed theii
signatures to the contract, including
such meni as .Jas. R. Andlerson of An.
derson ; ItI. L. Watson, G. G. D~owling
and J1. C. P'urkinson of Gureenwvmood
D. F.. Efird and Son of Lexington; 1H
L~. Gray of Gray Court; WV. A. Moore
head of G;oldvi lie and others. Mr
Mooreheadl is presidlent of the Banms
cot toni mills at. Goldvi lle.
In a statement issuedl Saturday
I a rry G. Kam ine r, pre'sidlent of then
associat ion, sid:r
"'It is the ambition of1 every mai
to, rende(r some service to h is statE
(during his life time. Tfhere is
a (hanlce for every farmier in South
Carina m to renderv a dIisti nct servici
next wveek. Every citizen wvho amssist:
in the canovass for new members dur
ing 'Victory Weekc' will be renderinj
suchb service. I believe there arn
(enoutgh publ)1ic sp)iritedi farmers ii
South Carolinai to p~ut this thinj
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or mnul e or cow1 of the cici. It is
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COLUMBIA. S. C.
Why suffer froii a bad back, fron
sharp, shooting twinges, headaches
dizziness and distressing urinary ills1
Manning people recommend Doan':
Kidney Pills. Ask your neighbor
.Could you ask for stronger proof of
Mrs. J. L. Von Santen, Manning
says: "When I was a young girl, l
suffered a great deal with my kid.
neys. I was greatly annoyed wits
the trouble. My kidneys put me to
They acted too freely and my bacd
nearly drove me wild at times. Sharp
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ed before me. I was really ver3
much run down and in an awful stat<
of heilth. The doctor's medicine di<
me no good so my mother gave m(
Doan's Kidney Pills. After' takinj
three boxes of Doan's I was cure<
and have enjoyed good health eve:
Price 6Oc, at all dealers. Don'1
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills-the same
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ROBBERS MAKE BIG
HAUL IN JEWELIt
New York, April 3.-The mos1
amazing daylight robbery New Yorl
has known in many years occurre<
this afternoon in the home of Alberi
R. Shattuck, retired financier, 1!
Washington Square North, when foui
armed bandits overpowered Mr. an(
Mrs. Shattuck and seven servants
bound them all with rope, locked then
in a wine cellar and stole jewelr3
valued at $90,000.
.The robbers ransacked the dwell
ing for an hour and a half, but a.
they were leaving, one was capture(
and in an overcoat he had abandone<
in his flight through Washington
Square, jewels valued at $20,00(
The State of South Carolina,
County of Clarendon.
By .J. M. Windham, Probate Judge:
Whereas, Lalla D. Briggs mad
suit to me to grant her Letters of Ad
ministration of the Estate and effect
of A. B. Briggs.
These are, therefore, to cite an
ndmonish all and singular the Kindre<
and Creditors of the said A. B. Brigg:
deceased, that they be and appear be
fore me, in the Court of Probate, t<
be held at Manning on the 17th day
of April next, after publication hereof
at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to shov
cause, if any they have, why the sai<
Administration should not be granted
Given under my hand this 3rd da
of April Anno Domini, 1922.
J. M. Windham,
c. Judge of Probate.
NOTICE OF DISCHARGE
I will apply to the Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendon County on the is
(lay of May, 1922 at 11 o'clock A. M
for Letters of Discharge as Executo
of the Estate of John H. Hudnall
M. B. Hudnall,
Alcolu, S. C., April 1, 1922.
NOTICE OF DISCHARGE
I will apply to the Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendon County on the Is
day of May 1922, at 11 o'clock A. M
for Letters of Discharge as Admiinis
trator of the Estate of Clara Eadon
Isaac Y. Eadon,
Summerton, S. C., March 31, 1922.
Tlhe' State of South Carolina,
County (of Clarendon.
By J. M. Windham, Probate JIudge:
Whereas, Hattie Levy mtade suit t
me to grant her Letters of Adminis
tration of the Estate and effects o
These are, therefore, to cite an:
admonish all and singular the Kindirei
andl Creditors of the saidl Edmon<
Levy dleceasedl, that they he and ap:
pear' before me, in the Court oif Pro
bate,-to he held at Manning on th
17th day of A pril next, after publica
tion hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore'
noon, to show cause, if any they havo
why the saidl Admninistration shiouil
not be granted.
Given under my hand this 23rd da;
of A pril Anno D~omini, 1922.
J1. M. Wlndham,
c. .Judge of Probat<
ADMNIIN ISTR'ATOR'S SALE
Pursuant to1 an ordler of J1. M. Wn
ham, ,Judge of Probate, I will sella
pubtlic auction to the highest hidde
for cash, at the residence of the lat.
L. R. Tlindal, near Summerton, S. C
on Friday the 14th day of April, 192
att 11 o'clock A. M. the following pei
sonal property, to wit:
3,000 pounds oif cotton seed, I
b~ushels of peas, about 1200 bushel
(coin, about 5 tons of hay, oats ani
fodder, 40 hushels of sweet potatoe
15 hogs, 38 pigs, 4 milk cowvs, I cal
3 yearlings, I horse, 6 mules, I Por<
son Tractor, Plow andl Harrow,
two-..horise wagons, 1 one-horse was
on, I buggy, I grain drill, 5 Dixi
P'lows, 5 plow stocks, I th ree-hors
Moline Plow, I two-horse Molin
P'low, 1 saddle antd bridle, I harros
I mowing machine, I rake, 4 V shal
IIiarrows, Corn and Cotton plantre
3 Feirtilizer Distributors, I lot of mi
(ellIaneoius tools, It) tonts of coal,
ptjitno, I organ, 1 lot oif household av
kitchen furniture, 270 volumes<
hooks, it large rugs, 20 small rugs,
lot1 of personal elects, I pistol, I gu
atndl I F~ord Coupew, and any other ai
t ile oif personal prope.rty.
.Julia C. Tindal,
HOUSES FOR RENT-Ranging ii
price from $10.00, to $25.00. Ap
ply to H. J. Bomar. 6-tf-c
l COTTON SEED MEAL-there ar
some who believe that cotton seep
meal is a good dairy feed. W
have it for you.- Jos. S. Dickson.
ROOMS TO RENT-Suitable for of
flces or living rooms. Every con
venience bath lavatory, sink, he
and cold water. Apply to Th
. Manning Hardware Co. 9-ti
FOR SALE-Dwelling on Norti
Church Street. Four rooms, tw
porches, open fireplaces. Splendii
1 location, on acre lot. Easy termi
E. C. Nettles Alsbrook, Phone 226.
BRICK-Just arrived a car of bricli
If you are building. Come to se
us. Jos. S. Dickson.
FOR SALE-Ten thousand feet 1x4'
random lengths, $8.00 per thousant
mill yard; other job lots way dowi
for the cash. H. H. Medlin.
FOR SALE-Trailer Car--baggag
trailer. 50 per cent off used price
Address "X" care of Time Office.
WANTED-Man with car to sell th
best Ford Oil Gauge made. $100.0
per week and extra commission
Accessories Co., 3979 Graham, Ben
ton Harbor, Mich. it
TIlE BEST is always the cheapest
Purina Cow Chow is the best mil
producer. Jos. S. Dickson.
I WE ARE NOW READY to receiv
your order for lumber and shingles
prices right. Wilson & Phillip.
Route 2, Manning, S. C. It
25,000 Feet boards and framing, $1
per thousand. Will accept payinen
in corn, forage, home cured mea
and lard, or most anything tha
will feed man or beast. H. H1. Med
lin, Jordan, S. C.
FOR SALE-100 bushls of 90-da:
Velvet Beans at $1.15 per bushel
Or will swap for corn at 80c pe
bushel. A. C. Harvin. l
Mrs. E. C. Nettles Alsbrook, Principa
Manning, S. C.
Fifteen standard units, High schoc
English, French, Latin, Mathematic
science and penmanship. Thoroug
preparation for any college. Student
for Winthrop and Clemson win hor
ors. Certificates admit to leadin:
colleges without examination. Spc
cial coaching for beneficiary scholar
ships offered by Winthrop, Clemso
the Citadel, and South Carolina Uni
versity, and for the teachers ex
The alarm was given by the but
ler, who freed himself from hi
bonds, and, running to a neigh
bor's house while the thieves wer
still at work, telephoned the police.
Racing in a taxicab to the Shat
tuck home the police arrived as th
four robbers were leaving.
The last of the quartet was comin
down the front steps when the polic
arrived. This man was capture
after a short chase. He gave th
name of Eugenio Diaset, a Spanis
tailor. le refused to tell who hi
Columbia, April 3.-Samuel V
Wolfe, Attorney General in a state
ment today announces that he will b,
in the race next summer to succee
The Attorney General said thi
the impression has gone abroad tha
he will be in the race for Congres
from the Third district in oppositio]
to the incumbent, Fred H. Dominic!
of Newberry, but that this is not
fact. Mr. Wolfe, wvho is a citizenc
Anderson, said that he is partially r<
sponsible for the' rumor of his Cor
gressional aspirations, in that he ha
said he wvoukd like to represent, th~
State in the National ilouse; but,
the State is now a party to litigatic
involving, in the aggregate, $2,000
000,- lhe feels it is imperative that hi
remai in the office of' Attorney Gei
eral, if the people desire him to ri
H IGH TIRESTlLE COLLAPSES
-Macon, G;a., April 2.-Not a trai
-was operated, on the Macon ai
'' Birmingham Railroad today, dlue
the collapse of a fifty-foot trest
near Yatesville, Gai., last night.
freight loc'omotive andc five cai
fell thirty feet through the trest
into TIopcir Creek. No one was se
-riously iniured, aiccordling to ti
-irilroad oflicials. Rebuilding wvi
HONOR itOLL FORt NEW
- ZION GRAIDED) 5C11001
rlFor TIhe Monthi of March
.,10th. grade-- Nell Gibbons, Sad
2 Lou Buddin, Tlhom pson Buddin, Veri
-on DuBose, Hattie Whieeler, Ann
Belle Nelson, Sallie Nelson.
0 9th. grade-Jaiie lEk~ming, Eu
a Lee Fleming, Mildred Hlicks, Eugei
,8th. grade-Idalen JTohnson, Lout
f, Gibbons, Edna Buddin.
-7th. grade--Tracey lFleming, Lena
2 Gibbons, Oneta Corb'.tt, Alma Blu
din, Ethel Hardy, Fannie Biuddin.
e 6th grade-S. E. McIntosh, Creig
e ton Gibibons, Ruby JIohnson, liari
e Wheeler, Illenley Gibbons, Ernestil
v, Gibbons, Lou ise Wheeler, Berni
eC Kennedy, Marvin Mc Elveen.
I ennedy, Alma Player-, Bernice Gi
1 bons, Telma Rtoberson, Hlenriet
dI Smiith, Mallie Gibbons, Jlanie M;
>f McdIntoshi, Linwvoodl Ba ird.
I th. gradle--.Annita lFleming:. Ca
n lisle Buddin, Alga Buddin, Hatt
-liollay, Mae Winters, Pauline Mce
isi, Sudie Wheeler, J. C. Fle mini
llyraim Smlith, Katie Frost, Glad
best it is possit
If you expect t
let us figure wi
JOS. S. Di
Kennedy, Drvid Winters, Laurens
- 1st. grade-Woodrow Beard, 'Ella
e Adkison, Coline Gibbons, Alton Gib
bons, Hubert Morris, W. E. DuBose,
Bessie Lee Kennedy, Bethea Coker.
Adv. 1st. grade-Bersley Buddin,
e Helen Johnson, Heater Adkison, Er
line Beard, Curtis Gibbons, Clidia
Player, Lucile Osborne, Mildred Play
2nd. grade--Earl Buddin, Ruby
- Buddin, Dorothy Derrick, Wilbur
. Kennedy, Allen Buddin Lamar Der
k rick, Virginia Gibbons, Alton Buddin,
Mable Wheeler, Janie Wheeler,
- Ophelin Buddin, Myrtle Ard, William
D Kennedy, Margaret Black, Pauline
, Beard, Hrattie Evans, Eloise Lavender,
Marjorie Robison, Evelyn Plowden,
p Edna Osborne, Henry Holliday, An
- drew Morris.
t THE PALMAFESTA
t PROGRAM COMPLETED
Columbia, April 4.-The program
committee in charge of the plans for
the big state-wide festival and gala
Y week here April 17th to 22nd has to
day given out the following program:
r Monday, April 17th, arrival of County
Queens, fireworks and opening of Pal
mafesta at 8:30 P. M. Fashion Show
and introduction of County Queens,
band concert, vaudeville.
Tuesday, April 18th, industrial ex
hibits, auto show, band concert in the
afternoon; evening at 8:301 style
show, county Queens, vaudeville and
s band concert.
h Wednesday, April, 19th, afternoon:
s introduction of county Queens, style
C The Choco
i PIANO TUI
I I will be here
I week to tune
84, Mrs. Jani
will be glad t
n i Residence Addr<
A. B. FRALEY
U Eskimo Pie is the
II*Ice Cream on the marke
S covered with milk choc<
M it on1ce and~ you will ha1
tuired by) H. G. Metrop
M; in Manning by
1-grade Paints, the
ale to make.
D do any painting,
show, auto races; Evening: 8:30 band
concert, Nora Bayes, style show,
vaudeville, introduction of Queens.
Thursday, April 20th afternoon:
opening of base ball season. Even
ing 8:30, Nora Bayes, " vaudeville,
band concert, closing of Palmafesta
Friday, April 21st, announcement
of Palmafesta Queen, Palmafesta
Queen's Parade, industrial and floral
parade; 8:30, Crowning pageant,
Queen of Palmafesta, style show,
vaudeville, band concert.
Saturday, April 22nd, Baby and
educational parade; 8:30, vaudeville,
band concert, style show, fireworks,
closing of Palmafesta.
- One of the interesting features of
Palmafesta will be a daily demonstra
tion of the Radiophone, by which con
certs and lectures in distant cities k
throughout the country will be re
ceived by wireless "amplified" in the
big steel building and heard b all
. NEAR EAST RELIEF
In Armenia there is a table 24 miles
long and all of the plates are empty.
In that land little children are suffer
ing and actually lying in the streets
dead. They are mithout food or
clothing. Won't you help to answer
this hunger cry of the orphaned child
ren of the Near East?
JNO. G. DINKINS,
J. T. STU ES,
rug Store. .
the balance of this
pianos. Phone No.
e Horton's, and I
o call and put your
n first-class shape.
'ss, Kin gstree, S. C.
latest and most delicious g.
t. Eskimo Pie is Ice Cream
>late and frozen hard. Try*
ie nothing else. Manufac
11l, Sumter, S. C., and soldI