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NEWS FROM CLEMSON COLLEGE
E. D. Plowden, Correspondent.
Clemson College, S. C., May 8.
The commencement speakers for this
year have been announced. W. G.
MeAdoo, son-in-law of ex-president
Wilson and who was secretary of the
?" Treasury under president Wilson, will
.make the commencement address and
Rev. Henry Phillips of Columbia, S.
C., will preach the baccalaureate ser
mon. Several old Clemson men, who
are. now living in New York, will at
tend the commencement exercised this
year. The commencement exercises
will begin on Sunday, June 4th and
will end on Tuesday, June 6.
Clemson won the Staft Track Meet
which was held in Columbia on April
29th. The "Tigers" took most of the
track evedts and scored a total of
81% points. Carolina came second
with 64 points and Wofford came
third with 14 points. This is two
years' in succession that Clemson won
the State meet. Then on Saturday,
May 6th, two of the Clemson track
(men went to Birmingham, Ala., to
take part in the track meet held by
Auburn, Georgia Tech, Mississippi
A and E, Vanderbilt, Sewanee, Louis
iana, Georgia, Carolina, Clemson,
Kentucky State, and Alabama. Salley
of Clemson won first place in the 100
yard dash by running it in 10 seconds
and first place in the 220 yard dash
by running this in 23 sionds. Red
* fern of Clemson won one-fourth place,
thus bringing Clemson's points up to
eleven. Clemson meets Georgia Tech
and Auburn in'Atlanta on May 13th.
In the State Meet Clemson made half
* more point than all the other Colleges
The Clemson "Tiger" baseball team
,continues its march to the State
Championship. Last week the "Tig
ers" defeated Wofford at Clemson by
the score of 7 to 1. On last Thursday
the "Tigers" went to Due West and
defeated Erskine 5 to 1. The "Tig
ers" meet Furman here next Thurs
day, Newberry at Newberry Friday
and Carolina at Columbia on Satur
- lday. This will end the season.
The annual Junior-Senior Banquet
was given on Friday night, May 5th,
and was undoubtably the biggest
$ event of its kind ever held at Clem
son College. The spacious mess hall
in any quantity. I
ghave just returned
from New York
and found the
market very much
stronger. Don't let
your HIDES lay
around, but bring
U hem in as soon as
you get them. Will
pay top prices.
MANNING, S. C.
of H-edrick. Indiana. was opcming
ht did such damage: throughout that
post office away, lcaving the door
among the remnams.
was profuliely "decorated with red,
green, and white and the large new
gymnasium was' also decorated with
the same colors and was used by the
lovers of terpischore, where the
dancers swayed to and fro, until the
wee hours of night had long passed
by, to the jazz music and .latest song
hits furnished by the famous "Jungle
Seven" orchetsra. The largest andl
prettiest crowd of young ladies seen
mn these parts in many a day, gather
ed from all over the Southland to en
joy the banquet-and they were not'
disappointed. After the banquet,
those who did not care to dlance were
given a reception by the Y. M. C. A.
and this, too, was a grand success.
The largest number of guests ever
attending an affair of this kind came!
to Clemson on last Friday. Governor,
and.Mrs. Robert A. Cooper came up,
from Columbia to enjoy the banquett
and while here they were 'the guests
of President and Mrs. W. M. Riggs.
uov. Coper reviewed the parade
which was given in his honor on Fri
dlay afternoon. It was due to the
hearty co-operation of the entire
student body that this banquet was
made the grand success that it was,
and it will, doubtless, be sometime be
fore an affair of such marked success
will be given at Clemson College.
CARD) OF THANKS
Turbeville, May 6th, 1922.
I take this method of thanking my
many dear 'friends for their sympa
thetic services and kindness during
the long spell of sickness of my be
loved wife Louisa V. Thomas, who de
parted this life April 10th, 1922.
F. N. Thomas.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
A friend from north Alabama
writes as follows:-This is at letter
fro ma darky from South Georgia, to
one of my miggers at our Saw Mill in
Shelby county, this is what he says:
"I got yore letter askin me if I
had learnt anything about how to
make liker since i ben in the mits. 4
years i shud smile that i hev and you
kin make miunny if you will follrier
2 bu corn meal.
2 boxes red dlevel lye.
4 bx sulphur matches.
2 bu stabul maiure.
2 gal black molassus.
I ball potash.
1 lb nux vomiter.
"All this stuff to stay in a barl of
wate ti itbegn t pie u an1 ol
beef hd dow inbr2ih: h bv
of cleanickr InoHoeo ware o en
till1( sutch dail.''roghu ta
po ourfic truey brointhedr,
greandwhtean h ag e
the sReNT-lors Midlw . used byar
lovurs ofsersorieF whe. ei
dacrM wdt aningfroC. 1ti.
bst he jeairuing and guaatee son
andtes crwJfyune. F.a.lErvi. s1e-n
iNNthsepaN simN -anyvinygaterd
edfo aenc or the Couhlnten-a
wioy the aqutoan heyou wderso
fortis ouments andrandscces,
Then yourares numeed of guesthvin
atnigafarof this kind. e m r cam efr
tou Clemso on las NETTLES, Govenor
an, M's.Rb A. Copr tam -p.
fEromINolumbiam to njy thouetn
nAprwile hertheyOwner cane gestsm
of Pesint ald Mhrgs. W. M. Riggs
Al.Co, reveweC.h parad--p
wich MILKive ihi houeoftr onFeed
(lay afHron. Youge was (fu toith
heArSy Fo-oeratio pay the hnigh
stetbd thatethicefo banquty high
cae Athe Poparand Cessresa itows,
forered byai ofi suc marukd tours
willer givnda Cmson Colegorca.
fo aCARs. ThANSpe ad
TodC. urbevi, May C.h 1922.
many dE yorendsscrpthinfr symhe
thtie"iceu an kindays deyur
thong pellosoficesover mynday
lovednimr. Chuiari. Thomhasn.o
NOTICE OF' TRESPASS
Pursuant to the pravisions of' See
tion 241 of the Crimni Code, Notice
is he'reby given that the exclusive
privileges of grazing stock, hunting
and fishing is leasedl to the Black Oak
Hunmting Club by the Brooklyn Cooper
age Company on all the lands in the
lowlands or swamlps of the Santee
River in Clarendon and WVill iamsburg
Counties, South Carolina , leased to
the Brooklyn Cooperage Companly by
the Santee River Cypress L~umber
Company, lying betwveen a point just
below Wrights Bluff on the West,
the Northwestern or A. C. L. Rail
road( Bridge on the East, the uplandIs
or other boundaries of the Company's
lands on the North, and the Santee
River or other boundaries oif the Comn
pany's lands on the .South, and the
saidl hands are (duly poste'd and entry
Al! persons are positively forbidden
to trespass in any manner on the said
lands without offieial permit on their
F"ishing, Hunting and Grazing Per
mits can be secured from the follow
H1. N. Willims, Gourdin
S. W. Gamble, H-ineman
Louis M. Alabrooks, Forestoni
.John HI. .June, .Jordan
C. M. D~avis & Son Co., D)avis Sta.
E.- W. Avinger, Vance
John J1. Simmons, Eutawvllec
James R. Hood, Eadytown
W. C. TPart, Lanes
.John H. Alsbrook, Greelyville
W. D). Rtichbourg, .Jordlan
Jeff M. Davis, Summnerton
F. R. Dingle, Summer-ton
W. S. 11. TPate, Parlor
H1. C. Savage, F'urgerson~
P. HI. Grumble, Manning.
Black Oak Hunting Club,
By S. W. Harron, Scty.
Manning, S. C., May 9, 1922. 19 -3te
"'That young bride wvorships her
hlusband, dloesn't she ?"
"Well, she places burnt offerings
before him three times a day."-Banl
WE ARE ALL SET
For the Most Drastic
Selling Campaign in
Our History in Busi
Our Advertising has been Mailed and
Circulating into Thousands of Homes
in this Section. Crowds will be here
to share in this Bargain Feast--Open
ing 9:30 Friday, May 12th, and last
ing 14 days.
Think of buying good Blue
Chambray Work Shirts for
49c, and Ladies' fine Kid Skin
Oxfords, in black, with me
dium heels, rubber, at $1.59.
3-4 Brown Muslin, 5c. yard.
Soft-finish 36-inch Bleach, 10c
yard. Men's Solid Leather
Work Shoes $1.89. Ladies'
Gauze Vests for 10c. Lad ies'
and Men's Dress Hose at 9c.
pair. Genuine A C A Feather
Ticking, 25c yard.
These are only a few---see
large Circular for more--better
yet, come to store and witness
a bargain sight you have not
seen in years.
S HADE W ILSON, the Man in Charge, makes
the prices for you. Come and you will not
be disappointed on a single item. T he
entire Stock is marked down
for Quick Action Selling.
H. 0. DUBROW