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NEWS FROM CLEMSON COLLEE
F. D). Plowde, Correspondent.
C( m son (ollege, S. C., April 18.
lr. George Sherwood Id d(1y, now a
wot ld ligure in Christian leadership
and f erhaps One of the ten best speak
ers f the world, will come to Clem
sol 4.n Friday afternoon, April 21st,
for a three day lecture period. 11r.
Eddy will speak generally on the
suhjtet of "Modern Student Prob
lem," and certainly his .25 years
among the students of both the old
and the new worlds will qualify him
to speak to us as no other man can
The. twenty-first annual meeting of
the South Carolina Livestock Associa
tion was held here last week. Dur
ing the two day session of the meet
ing quite a number of factors that
influence the raising of livestock
were brought up and explained to the
visitors by the experts from the col
lege and elsewhere.
.Major ic Mahan, Coast Artillery
a nd Major Gerhardt, Infantry, P. M.
S. and T. at Princeton University,
made an inspection of the college to
determine whether Clemson should
again be placed on the distinguish
ed list. The result of the inspection
has not yet been announced but every
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T. M. WELLS,
acked air-tight in the
the next time. Clean
mn in the corps has the satisfaction
of knowing that he did his best to
ward'ls gaining a place onl the distinl
guished list for Clemson.
On last Monday afternoon, Clemson
met the strong Greenville So uth At
nt i I eagne team in a fast game of
ha sehill in Anderson. The game end
ed I ; to I in favor of Greenville, but
the "Tigers" played a wonderful
game o1 bal1. The Greenville team
recently defeated Furman to the tune
of 21 to 0.
The (lenson "'Tigers" coutinue to
add to their list of 'victories with
every game played. On last Wed nes
day they met and defeated the Wof
ford "Terriers" in a thirteen inning
contest. In the last inning the "Tig
ers" ran wild and made three runs,
thus making the score .1 to 1. The
game was played on Carter Field at
Anderson, S. C. and it is interesting
to note that the first game ever play
ed on this field was played between
Clemson and Wolf'ord and was an
eighteen inning game. The game was
called on account of darkness and the
score was 0 to 0. The Clemson team
defeated Erskine last Friday by the
score of G to 0.
In the Pickens County H igh School
track meet, which was held here Sat
urday, A pril 15, Carter Newman, of
the Clemson-Calhoun High School,
set a new State IIigh School record
by running the half-mile in two
.You need more.
plus in this bank
lecline of life you
rewards of early
some in today.
at believes in
:& Trust Co.
Alabama Lady Was Sick For Three
Years, Suffering Pain, Nervous
and Depressed-Read Her
Own Story of Recovery.
Paint Rock, Ala.--Mrs. C. M. Stegall,
of near here, recently related the fol.
lowing Interesting account of her re
covery: "I was in a weakened con
dition. I was sick three years In bed,
suffering a great deal of pain, weak,
nervous, depressed. I was so weak,
I couldn't walk across the floor; Just
had to lay and, my little ones do the
work. I was almost dead. I tried
every thing I heard of, and a number of
doctors. Still I didn't get any relief.
I couldn't eat, and slept poorly. I
believe if I hadn't heard of and taken
Cardul I would have died. I bought
six bottles, after a neighbor told me
what It did for her.
"I began to eat and sleep, began to
gain my strength and am now well
and strong. I haven't had any trou
ble since . . . I sure can testify to the
good that Cardui did me. I don't
think there is a better tonic made
and I believe it saved my life."
For over 40 years, thousands of wo
men have used Cardui successfully,
in the treatment of many womanly
If you suffer as these women did,
take Cardul. It may help you, too.
At all druggists. E 86
had always been provided for this
purpose, but sonic officials who prob
ably desired to wiun the approval of
the royal eye for a prosperous mo
nu nt, conceived the idea that the
successor of .Jackson and Lincoln
should ride in palatial state such as
was affected by the Roman emperor
of those luxurious times preceeling
the fatal day when the barbarians
stabled their horses in the Forum. A
forty-five thousand dollar launch is
the result; it is used about five
minutes per week. It is built of
solid mahogany from the forests of
Santo i)omingo, decked with the sil
ver of Mexico and cushioned with the
silks of the Orient. It would require
the fervid imagination of a Poe or a
Riider Ilaggard to visualize some of
Harding's predecessors using the
hard-wrung taxes of the farmer and
the laborer for this ostentation of
luxury while 'preaching economy in
every breath. Who can imagine old
Andrew .Jackson, who slept in his
tent with his spurs on in the muddy
Chalmette bottoms waiting for the
British to land, allowing his under
strappers to buy such a bauble for
him out the people's money? And
how would Lincoln look, who could
split more rails from sun to sun than
my other man in his county, looking
back in the down-filled cushions of
this wonderful boat? The party of
Lincoln has fallen into strange con
rol in these later days.
While Harding golfs and wveek
nds5 the veterans of the world war
uffer. Congressman Lamar .Jefl'ers
if A laba ma is an overseas sold ier
w~ho in trying to fight their battles
ror them. ie finds it rough sledding.
[n the House of Representatives the
ther (lay he directed attention very
ipointedlly to the many months wvasted
~y the adlministration in providling
iospitals for which the approprnia
ions w'er'e long since mad~e. ie de.
~lared Secretary Mellon to be guilty
if criminal negl igence and expressed
the view that many men had gone
toi their graves for lack of the facili
hies which should have been providedl
before now, le then gav'e a list of
projects and of progress made there -
>n; it gives little promise of relief:
T1uskegee, Ala., $2,500,000 hospital
for negroes. Bids to be advertised
for this month. P'alo AIto, Cal if.,
I 10(,000 neu ro-pisych iatri(' h'ospital.
Bidls toi bei opened A prilI 10. Wester'n
P'eninsylvania, $1,000,000 tubercular
i ospital. "Choice of site practically
(iol-lete."' Jefferson Barzracks, Mo.,
f I.000J~,000) hiospi tal. "'Contour su rveyV
s hbeing miade("' New York City, SIl,
000,000o tubercular hospital. "Plrelk
TIhe IDeot rat ic (Clubs of Chaitrendon
C~ounity are hereby cal led to meet at
their places of meeting 'in Saturday,
A pril 22, 1922 at, such (convenient
hours as the oflicers of the respective
Clumbs may designate.
Said Clubs shall ri-organ ize b~y the
elect ion of oflicers, executive com mit
teemani, comittee~ on enrollment andI
dlelega t(s to the C onnly C onvention,
wh ieb mieets in the ('ourt, IIlruse at
Mlanning, S. C., on Mlonday, May 1,
I1022, at 12 o'clock noon. Each Club
is en ti tld to one delegate to the Coin
venit ion for every 25 members or ma
joit y pair, thereof, based upon the
vote o(f the Clubo in the firist primary
elect ion oif 19211.
Thei CIrd> ollicer ar i e requested to
give this notice all possible publicity
that. a full meeting of all Clubs may
S. OLIVER O'HRYAN,
Manning, S. C.. April 12. 1922 2t.E
minutes three and two-fifths seconds.
This is one-fifth second less than the
Clemson College record.
At the regular spring meeting of
the Clemson Board of Trustees held
here recently the foliowing matters
of interest were acted upon:
Two new 2-year courses were es
tablished, one in agriculture and one
in mechanic arts, to meet the demand
from those who for various reasons
cannot take full 4-year courses. The
board also authorized the faculty's
suggestion to change from the plan
of three terms per year to two terms
per year and for some extension of
Plains were adopted for putting in
an up-to-date testing laboratory for
the civil engineering division of the
nchanical department. The college
already has good equipment in civil
engineering, but the present equip
ment for this work is to be consider
ably enlarged and improved and bet
ter located for effective work.
An appropriation was made for the
purpose of conducting boll weevil
poisoning experiments in variou
fart: of the state, andI plais for this
work will be perfected and carried
out under direction of \lr. W. V.
Lon-g, director of the Extension Ser
vice, and Prof. A. F. Conradi, ento
mologist. These experiments will be
for the purpose of giving South
Carolina farmers near-at-home data
regarding the effectiveness of poison
ing for boll weevil control.
On account of the fact that the
present powei ,dant, which was in
stalh-d fifteen years ago, is now and
has been for some time rather over
loaded, provision was imaIc for an
additional 150-horsepower boiler and
a 250-horsepower steam turbine.
These will relieve the strain on the
lower phant as it now stands.
The board considered suggestions
made by President Riggs looking to
wards the reduction of collegiate ex
penses for students, beginning with
the next session. Slight reductions
have already been made applying to
the pi'esent session and it is the
policy of the board on the present
stringent tilles to reduce living ex
penses to the lowest possible figure.
A wireless station at Clemson Col
lege was authorized for receiving and
broadcasting radiophone messages to
the various parts of the state, the
principal use to which this radio out
fit will be put will be the scattering
of agricultural information and news
chiefly through county agents, who
will be equipped with receiving ap
paratus. In this way agricultural
news concerning markets, crops, etc.,
and instructions to county agents for
the benefit of the farmers will be
sent out at regular intervals.
(By Special News Correspondent)
Washington, D. C. April 17.-An
other special election in the strongest
Republican territory, in northern New
York State, has given the party
cause for serious misgivings. In 1920
the (listrict gave a Republican ma
jority of almost 30,000 but in thte
election iheld the other (lay the Re
publ ican candidlate was thankful for.
one-tentth that much. On the same
(lay New Britain, Conn., wen'1t D~emo
('ratic for the first time in a lontg
The eh tm of thIe Washinag tn Post,
whose (editor left tile party of his
fat hers fot the social entree at the
Whtite IHouse, taht. Liberty bonds have
re'turnedl to tile vicinity of par' be
(auise of the wond~erful government -
aI e(onoic ls of' the admilinistra tion1, is
conlsideredl a very good joke in Wash
ington. Th'ie Post nleglectedl to give
the figures ont thte "economlies," wvhich
wot "I show that up to daite thle Coil
gr'essiontal appropr'iations are runnliir
ai nterk-anrd-neck race wvitht those of
hi1st year', but entjoying a simall lead.
Ift is also) wor'thy of commlent that
Liberty honds arie not1 alone int the ad
vantce; ev'ery bond listed on thte New
York Stock E'xchanllge is Ihigiter thant
has t year.' as well as almnost ('very
sintgle' stoc(. fLast Septemnber fthis
t and1 stated that Wall Stre(et was
piep'a ring to ce(lebrai'te the (eletio IoflI
lIIartding wi th a big bond nmartket, andl
asked the r''i~eie to ('ut ot the quo
taltiontS on the Newv York Stock Ex
(chanlge andi 'omptlar'e with those six
mtonthts and( a year later'. Tlhe six
averiage gini on a list of' fifty r'epres
enltattivye rail and( industirialI stocks is
mlorie than $201 peri share. 'lThe hloardI
ed surlus oi (f ('apial in thet cities has
lbr'ought the' easternt mtoniey r'ate dlownt
to4 tihe vic'inity (of 4 per 4ent, and int
t hat cond~litiont tihe Libert y bond is
natu1 rally in dlemtandl by the holders
f Ilge' amountIs (If idl mtoney.
The14 Presi5dentb, str1enu Ious adlvolcate
of 'rontomly, is (enjoying~ hlis beautiful
nw launcht, purchaltised4 for htim ott Of
thte people's mot(ney, to convey im
thte whar'f to the Mayflower and
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Money, alone, cannot
Steel vaults and mod<
sure the complete safety
It's your confidence
THE INSTITUTION tha
And when a strong a
backed up by ample resot
needs of each worthy cust
tion becomes a real asset.
It's on this basis of C
W. C. DAVIS,
A. C. BRADH.
J. T. STUKES,
ninary studies have been made for
site: under consideration, and nego
tiation- for sites pending."
The bill for the bogus bonus is still
in doubt. At present it is straggling
with the much-amended tariff bill to
see which shall gain the right of way
in the senate. There is little chance
that the soldiers will be lucky enough
to have the bonus provisions so
-hanged that they will not have to pay
interest to the bankers. The finan
vial interests will see to it that they
either receive a sales tax as the price
of their consented the bonus will only
be obtainable after paying tribute to
LOCATING THE BEEYAR[
Clemson College, April 1'.-The
p~roper location of the beeyard and
the placing of the hives in very im
portant in ordler to enable the bee4
to put in a full (lay's wvork during
the honey flows, says Prof. A. F.
Conradi, entomologist, who maakes
the following suggestions.
LHave the beeyard located as
'ear the home as possible, as this in
s'res; better attention.
2. Do not Place the bees near a
:t. Giv'e goodl drainnge.
-1. II ave the hiives face south or
cast. it possible.
5. I [ave the hives shadded during
the hotter portion of hot days, but
never in dense shade. It is better
to paint the hive covers white and
let the hives remain in the open wvith
nut shade. U nless the morning andl
evening sun shines on the bneeyardl
the working days Co rthe bees are
(;. D~o not plate the hives near
a buildling that standls high off the
groundl, because the drafts passing
under such buildings are injurious,
I )o niot lalce hives on open hill sideCs
(xpo(sedl to the prevailing north and
west winds during the winter months
P'lace each hive on four bricks ; level
the hivye from s ide( to side and let
the front he slightly lower than the
7. Avoid placing hives close to.
gether on a bench or on poles for
young bees may drift; working one
hive distutrbs others; the h ives can
not he packed in this position; it is
hard to keep the h iveg leveled; they
can niot be hand led easil y. Putting
the hiives ini bricks is rauch less ex
X. Place the hives in grou ps of
two( or, fouri, the latter being prefer
red, two of the hives facing opiposite
diriections from the other two. They
may be (igh t or te'n i nches a part, in
which case they can be easily move:]
elose to each other at packing time.
Where the hive8 are some distan
en Behind it
make a sound financial
?rn appliances do not in
of your funds.
in the MEN BEHIND
t impels you to put yOur
nd friendly personnel is
irces to take care of the
omer, a banking connec
onfidence that we invite
apart it may rsquire several days
to get the hives close enough to
gether for winter packing.
9. As bees require a considerable
quantity of water during hot weath
er, provide water near the becyard.
It may be in a pan or tank in which
rocks are placed, or pieces of light
materials that float on the water
on which bees alight and prevent
drowning. Where water pressure
is available a spigot may be placed
over a plank that has a number of
shallow grooves in the surface. When
convenient the beeyard may be lo
cated near a brook.
G. C. COOPER,
Glasses Fitted, Broken
SUTMER, S. C.
JNO. G. DINKINS
MANNING, s. C.
DuRANT & ELLERBIE
MANNING, S. C.
R. 0. Purdy S. Oliver- O'B~ryan
P~UJRDY & O'IIRYA N
Attorneys andl Counselors at Law
MANNING. S. C.
FR ED) LESESNE
MANNING, S. C.
J1. WV. WIDEMAN
MA NNING, S. C.
MANNING, S. C.
J1. A. Weinberg Taylor II. Stukes
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