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NEWS [ROM CLEMSON COLLEGE
E. ). Plowden, Correspondent.
Clemson College, S. C., April 11.
'The local chapter of the. Clemsor
alumni association has recently beer
reorganized with a total of about
fifty members. There are at present
over twenty-five chapters of the asso.
ciation in this state and elsewhere
and they have a total of over eigh
teen hundred members.
Both the Pickens County HigI
School and the Piedmont High Schoo
track meets are to be held at Clen
son College this year. The Picken;
county meet will be held on Apri
15th and the Piedmont meet on Apri
22nd. The ollicers of the college wil
preside at each of these meets.
The H. O. T. C. Camp for this yea
has been selected and will be at Cami
McCellan, which is located about
nine miles from Anniston, Ala., t
town of about 15,000 inhabitants. Th<
camp will open on Thursday, Junt
15, and will last about six weeks.
Cadet J. E. Hodge, of Manning rout(
I will be the only Clarendon boy from
here to attend the camp, he being the
only Clarendon boy in the . Junioi
The baseball season is now in full
blast and three games were played
here last week against Presbyteriar
College, The College of Charleston
and the Citadel. In the first gams
played last Monday, Clemson won by
a score of 5 to 0. The second game
played last Friday, ended 2 to 0 it
Clemson's favor. The Citadel "Bull.
(log's" came up last Saturday to be
defeated by the Clemson "Tigers" t<
the tune of I1 to 3. Capt. Durfee'
men play league ball and they lool
good for the State Champions of
1922. Other games near at hand art
Wolf'ord at Anderson, April 12; Ers.
kine at Clemson, April 14, and Fur.
man at Clemson, April 15.
About twenty-five members of th<
Clemson College "Y. M. C. A." wil
hike to the Blue Ridge Conferenc(
in June, leaving here on June 12 foi
the ten-day conference at Black Moun
tain, N. C., which begins on Juie 14
Clemson is half owner of a cottage at
Blue Ridge (Winthrop owns the oth
er half) and every year a band o
Clemson men go to the cohference t<
spend the best ten days of their lives
The Clemson Glee Club is to h
complimented on the excellent show
ing they made last Saturday night
when they went to Anderson and en
teriained the Anderson College girls
The Clemson College track tean
went to Athens, Ga., last Saturday
and defeated the University of Geor
gia, by the score of 63 to 19. 'Thi:
was the first meet of the 1922 sea,
A shadow of grief was spread ove1
the entire college last Sunday, whet
news of the death of W. W. Alellett
was received. This young 'mmai wa
stricken with influenza which later
develope(l into pneumonia. lie wam
a member of the Sophomore class o1
Clemson College. Hi is death, whil
occurred at his home in Sumter
County late Saturday afternoon A pri
8th, was a shock to all his colleg
mates and we deeply mourn our los
but we all feel that he is at, rest.
President W. Al. Riggs of Clemsoi
College, who has been appointe<
chairman of the educational sectioi
of the Woodrow Wilson Foundatiot
for South Carolina, is making an ap
peal through the newspapers to th<
public schools to assist in raisiny
South Carolina's quota of $30,000.0(
to the Woodrow Wilson Foundation
This appeal should be particularly
strong to the school boys and girl
of this state, Dr. Riggs thinks, be.
cause X1lr. Wilson spent a part of hi:
school days in South Carolima.
For' the in f... atin of those w h
may tnot already knmow, Dri. Riggs (allb
alt tnto to the lpurp'hos( of the' Wood
row Wilson lFoutidat ion to raise $1,
Ol00,000~t as a permantent fund, f'rot
the itncomeii of which awari tds will I
madel( ton indiiuals andti groups whw
have tendet ('d list in;guished seiceVj'
"o demnocrlacy, publ ic wel fate, iberal
hough t, or pecace i'rough justi'ce."
State' Super'inetedet of' l'ducatlion
S10. Swearitngen, in writing to Dr.
Riggs, says that pubhlic s'hool teacih
ant net ive* mtrd m''': i thei c'amptaign
for' the f'oundat iin; aind Dr. Riggs
sugtgests that eac'h school should or
gantize a coin nitI i to ''oileet money,
to hb' sent togtherlii with the names of
'ointi'ribut'rs, to Ge'ner'al Wylie .iones,
he ftund fori Soutilh ( 'art'inai.
SA LIS HY 'AlStif
Vi~SitSSS 5.ll*S BY WViCI'l
In v'iewv of diflicult ies which aire
necssai lyi'V1( 1 encountered in aiIt'ilteptig
to~ secure a utniorm me'thoii of filling
and l)ariking standraid c(otauiners5, it
is gener ' allIy recogn i'zedi t haut weigh t
is the onuly really idefinuite basis of'
.sale, andt foi' that reason the pound
or hutnd red weight I shouild he used
wher'e this is pract ical1. An exception
niy h. ntotedi in riegardi to products
whjeh ariec~ elull y giradedi as to size
in wIch casec the safes may be maee
satisfactorily hy numerlic(al count.
For Three CieneratiOna
fHave Made Child-Bir th
( ,}Easier By Usnc
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Wait, FOR DOOKLET ON M4OTHERHIOOD ANOTHF BABY. rigg
Below are given to principal com
modities for which bushel weights
have been established by law:
Apples--50 pounds, 1 bushel.
Beans-G0 pounds, 1 bushel.
Cabbage-50 pounds, 1 bushel.
Cherries-40 pounds, 1 bushel.
Corn in the ear--70 pounds, 1 bu.
Corn, shelled-56 pounds, 1 bu.
Corn meal-50 pounds, 1 bushel.
Grapes-48 pounds, 1 bushel.
Onions-56 pounds, I bushel.
Peaches.-50 pounds, 1 bushel.
Peanuts--23 pounds, 1 bushel.
Pears-60 pounds 1 bushel.
Peas-64 pounds, 1 bushel.
Plums-60 pounds, 1 bushel.
Potatoes, Irish-60 pounds, 1 bu.
Potatoes, Sweet-50 pounds, 1 bu.
Rice-44 pounds, 1 bushel.
Tomatoes-56 pounds, 1 bushel.
Turnips-50 pounds, 1 bushel.
Wheat-60 pounds, 1 bushel.
Transactions involving the sale of
original containers sometimes cannot
be made on a net-weight basis with
out adding greatly to the cost of mar
keting. Perishable commodities must
be handled with all possible dispatch,
and the time and labor required to
weigh each package would more than
offset the good which might result
fro ma knowledge of the exact weight.
Furthermore, many sales are made
while the products are in transit to
market, and even if the weight at
time of packing were broken a con
siderable variation from this weight
might occur as a result of shrinkage
lue to drying out or decay. Then,
too a shipping package must be filled
compactly without regard to weight
or the product may be damaged by
the movement within the container.
In general it may be said that tran
sactions involving the sale of packed
fruits or vegetables in the original
eo"t"iner should be made by the stan
gage, but when it is necessary
Lo break such packages in order to dis
pose of the commodity in smaller
quantities, sales should be made by
weight or count.
Of The Ownershipment, Management,
Circulation, Etc., Required fly
The Act of Congress of August
Of The Manning Times published
weekly at Manning, S. C'.,
State of South Carolina,
County of Clarendon-ss.
Blefore me a Notary Public in and
for the State and county aforesaid,
paersonally appeared I. I. Appelt, who,
having been du'y sworn according to
law, deposes and says that he is the
Editor of the Manning Times and
that the following is, to the best of
his knowledge and belief, a true state
ment of the ownership, management
1. That the names and addresses
of the publisher, editor, managing
editor, and business managers are:
Publisher, F. M. Shope, Manning.
Editor, 1. 1. A ppelt, Manning.
.Managing Editor, I. I. A ppelt, Man
Business Manager, F. Ml. Shope,
2. That the owners are: I. . Ap
pelt and F. M. Shnoe.
JNO. G. D)INKINS
MANNING, S. C.
Du~RANTr & ELLERB3E
A ttorney's-at- Lawv
MANNING, S. C.
R. 0. Purdy S. Oliver O'Bryan
PUlRDY & O'BRYAN
Attornmeys and Counselors at Law
MANNING. S. C.
MANNING, S. C.
.1. W. WIDEMA N
At torney-at- Law
MANNING, S. C.
Hi. C. CURIS
MA NNING, S. C.
J1. A. Weinberg Taylor IH. Stokes
WEINBERG & STUKES
MANNING, S. C.
For Salo at your Dealer
ASK FOR THE YELLOW I
EAGLE PENCIL CO
3. That the known bondholders,
mortgagees, and other security hold
ers owning or holding 1 per cent or
more of total amount of bonds, mort
gages, or other securities are: Home
Bank and Trust Company.
4. That the two paragraphs next
above, giving the names of the own
ers, stockholders, and security hold
ers, if any, contain not only the list
of stockholders and security holders
as they appear upon the books of the
company but also, in cases where the
stockholder or security holder appears
upon the books of the company as
trustee or in any other fiduciary rela
tion, the name of the person or cor
poration for whom such trustee is
acting, is given; also that the said two
paragraphs contain statements em
bracing afliant's ful knowledge and
belief as to the circumstances and
conditions under which stockholders
and security holders who do not ap
pear upon the books of the company
as trustees ,hold and securities in a
capacity other than that of a bona
lide owner; and this afliant has no
reason to believe that any other per
son, association, or corporation has
any interest direct or indirect in the
said stock, bonds, or other securities
than as so stated by him.
I. I. Appelt.
Sworn to and subscribed before pie
this 11th day of April, 1922.
R. C. Wells,
My commisison expires at pleasure
of the Governor.
The State of South Carolina,
County of Clarendon.
l,3y J. M. Windham, Probate Judge:
Whereas Mary A. Gamble made
suit to me to grant her Letters of Ad
ministration of the Estate and effects
of Joseph W. Gamble.
These are therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular the Kindred
and Creditors of the said Joseph W.
Gamble deceased, that they be and ap
pear before me, in the Court of Pro
bate, to be held at Manning on the
24th (lay of April next, after publica
tion hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon, to show cause, if any they have,
why the said Administration should
not be granted.
Given under my hand this 8th day
of April Anno Domini, 1922. -
J. M. Windham,
pd. Judge of Probate.
On the 18th day of April A. D.
1922, at Twelve o'clock noon, the un
dersigned will call a meeting of the
subscribers to the capital stock of the
Summerton Pharmacy, which the un
dersigned propose to or-ganize at the
offce of Dr. W. H1. Carrigan, Sum
merton, South Carolina, at the afore
said hour and on the said (hay, and on
the same (lay the undersigned will
file with the Secretary of State of
South Carolina a written declaration
signed by themselves, setting forth
the general purposes of said corpora
tion, in accordance with the provis
ions of the Code of Laws of South
Carolina, 1912, and the Act of the
Legislature of South Carolina ap
proved on the third day of March A.
T. J. Davis,
L. C. Stokes,
W. H1. Carrigan,
A. J. Plowden.
On the 15th day of April A. D. 1922,
at Tvelve o'clock noon, the under
signed will call a meeting of the sub
scribers to the capital stock of the
Summerton Live Stock Co., which the
undersigetned propose to organize at
sa id hour andl on saiid day at their of
fiees in Sumnmerton, South Carolina,
and (In the samne day, after the or
gan izat ion of saidl corploration, the
und~ersignedl will fille with the Secre
tary of State for South Carolina a
written dleclarat ion signled byv them
selves, setting foirth the general pur
poses of said corporatLion, inl accor
dlance with the provisionls of tihe Code
oIf Laws 1912 and the Act of the Leg
islature (If South Caroli n, approvedl
the third dlay of March A. D). 19201.
IH. A. Richbourg,
T'. C. Felder.
NOTICE OF" SALE
Pursuant to) Order (If R. JT. K irk,
Refeiree in Hanlkrnptcy I will sell at.
Ipublic auct ion, to the hiighest ')idd~er
for. cash, in front of the store f(ormer
ly occupiedl by Tile David Levi Co., in
St. Paul, S. C., at I I A. M. On tile
1 9th day of A pil, 1922, all of the
stIck( ofI goodI~s, fi xtu res conta inedC in
the said store and all (If the oil mill
machinery, hayI\ and grin and1( other
ehlattels he longirg to the IHankru pt
EstaIIte (If The D~av id Levi Company.
L. A. Melchers,
STIAGE RIEVOLVERt DUEL~
Miamii, Fla., April 11.-A feud of
somne weeks' standuling cul minlatedl
th is a fternlooni in the heart oIf the
downtown section into a revolver
ha:ttle, (durin gwhich 0. M. Callahan,
au conltractor, was soht several times,
Perhaps fatally, by .J. F. Goodman,
a carpenlter. Callahan's brother',
.Johln Callahan, Wrested a revolver
froml a policeman (luring tile
melee andi it required tw~o oflicers
to keep hlim from sho~oting Good
man1 I. Good man hlad to be beatein
tol the giround before lhe could be
Pencil No. 174
Made in five grades
ENCIL WITH THE RED BAND
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is surpassed by
Our success is
none in the State.
due to the above.