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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1922
NOTES Of INT[REST
FROM CLEMSON COLLEGE
(By E. D. Plowden.)
Clemson College, Oct. 24.-Every
one interested in Clemson will be glad
to hear that work has begun on the
new Radio Broadcasting station at the
college. The contractors for the
brick house which wil contain the
equipment, and the ocntractors who
will build the steel towers, have
already begun work and promise to
be through by November 1st.
From November first to December
first the authorities will be busy col
lecting and installing the equipment.
This will require much time and care.
From December first to January first
will be the testing period in which
necessary adjustments and repeated
trials will be made. By the first of
January the authorities hope to be
ready to commence broadcasting.
At first nothing but market and
crop reports, weather bulletins and
news to farmers will be sent out.
About on hour per day will be taken
up in a talk with the college's county
agents all over the State. In this
talk the agents wil he told what to
advise the farmers. Later, the talks
vill be directly to the farmers, telling
them methods of controlling insect
pests, what and when to plant, etc.
Practically all the programs will be
sent out in the (lay time, at first.
Later, the authorities hope to be
able to broadcast music by the col
lege band and orchestra, and vocal
music by the glee club, quartette, and
other local talent.
This is one of the most powerful
sets made by the Westinghouse Elec
tric Co. The steel towers are 12, feet
high; there is a distance of 160 feet
between the towers; and the sending
power is 500 watts.
So far only two colleges in the
South have radio broadcasting sta
tions. These are Texas and Auburn.
This goes to show the progress which
Clemson is making now.
The college is sending a small
model set in the Clemson Exhibit at
the State Fair. It is hoped that this
set will serve to stimulate interest
in the Clemson Station.
lr. Newton Timmons ,an old Clom
son man, formerly of Manning but
now of Ashville, N. C., Spent Sunday
he' with his brother, Cadet J. H.
Timmons, Jr., of Manning, R. F. I).
2. All the Clarendon boys, as well
as many other Clemson men, were
glad to see Mr. Timmons and we
hope he will visit us again soon.
Only two more days remain before
the curtain rolls up on the most color
ful and picturesque: football battle in
the State this year. On Thursday,
October 21, before a crowd of ten
thousand soIs, twenty-two young
anon represeItiig two of the most im
portant. and largest colleges in South
Carolina, will marc~h forth to battle
Let Us Prote
Th 1e F. N. Wilso
* So urtherni Grown. Speci
- S. A. McKEE, I
We would~ like every
in touIch with uIs and~ seet
an unlimited quantity. W
ever' ready to sell.
SSea Island C
for supremacy on the football field.
From the instant that the referee's
whistle blows at midday until th(
game is history, there will be waged
a grim, terrific struggle with neithei
foe asking or giving quarter. Upor
the result of this game depends more
than the mere glory of victory. Ir
this game there is a prestige to be re
gained, a tradition to be established
a moral victory to be won. The re
lative strength of both teams is not
to be determined by past performan
ces and only the final result will tell
the story. But, all will see and know
that, though lenerses cone and hopes
fail, there always remains among the
Clemson men an everflowing fountain
of deepest loyalty and lasting spirit.
The first Lyceum number of the sea
son was given by the Xiliphono Com
pany last Saturday night. This per
formance was highly enjoyed by all
it was by all means the belt lyceum
number given here in many years.
The Clemson students and the people
of the community showed their ap
preciation by the unusually large at
tendance and their kind attention
while the program was being render
ed. The next lyceum number will be
given on November 4th..
Rev. W. E. Davis, who was born at
Salters, S. C., and who for over four
years was pastor of the Clemson
Presbyterian Church, has moved to
Staunton, Va., and has become pastor
of the First Presbyterian Church of
that city. Rev. Davis made many
friends during his stay at Clemson
and it is with a feeling of regret that
we give him up, but we all wish him
much success in his new field of
The members of the Textile class.a
attended the Textile Exposition in
Greenville, last Friday, Saturday, and
Monday and Tuesday of this week.
Among those attending was Cadet J.
E. Hodge of Manning, Route 1 and a
member of the Senior Class.
The Clemson football games play
ed on the campus have attracted large
crowds. This does for Clemson what
nothing else will do; it gives strang
ers a chance to visit the college; peo
ple from all over the State come to
Clemson to witnes sthese games and
while here they see the college and
every department of its work. The
college being situated as it is, in a
remote corner of the State and away
from a city, does not receive the pub
licity that it should or that the other
colleges of the State receive. How
ever, the crowds attracted by the
athletic contests held here, get a
glimpse of the vast amount of ser
vice rendered this state by this col
lege. They also get a glimpse of the
many fine young men who are being
trained for their places in life
NOTICE OF ELECTION
State of South Carolina,
County of Clarendon.
Notice is hereby given that the
General Election for Repr-sentatives
in Congress will be held at the voting
precincts fixed by law in the County of
Clarendon on Tuesday, November 7,
1922, said day being Tuesday follow
ing the first Monday, as prescribed
by the State Constitution.
The qualifications for suffrage are
Residence in State for two years, in
the County one year, in the polli..g
precinct in which the elector offers to
vote, four months, and the payment
six months before any election of any
poll tax then due and payable. Provid
ed, That ministers in charge of an
organized church and teachers of pub
lie schools shall be entitled to vote
after six months' residence in the
State, otherwise qualified.
Registration.--Payment of all taxes,
including poll tax, assessed and col
lectible during the previous year.
T1he production of a certificate or the
ct You With
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shipper of peanuts to get
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receipt of the officer authorized to col
lect such taxes shall be conclusive
proof of the payment thereof.
Before the hour fixed for opening
the polls Managers and Clerks iust
take and subscribe to the Constitu
tional oath. The Chairman of the
Board of Managers can administer the
oath to the other Managers and to the
Clerk; a Notary Public must adminis
ter the oath to Chairman. The Man
agers elect their Chairman and Clerk.
Polls at each voting place must be
opened at 7 o'clock a. m., and closed
at 4 o'clock p. m., except in the City
of Charleston, where they shall be
opened At 7 a. in. and closed at 6 p.
The Managerr have the power to
fill a vacancy; and If none 'of the
Managers attend, the citizens can *p
point, from amlong the qualified vot
ers, the Managers, who, after being
sworn, can conduct the election.
At the close of the election, the
Managers and Clerk must proceed
publicly to open the ballot box and
count the ballots therein, and continue
with out adjournment until the same'
is completed, and make a statement
of the result for each office, and sign
the same. Within three days there
after, the Chairman of the Board, or
some one designated by the Board,
must deliver to the .Commissioners of
Election the poll list, the box contain
ing the ballots and written state
ments of the result of the election.
Managers of Election-The follow
ing Managers of Election have been
appointed to hold the election at the
various precincts ini the said County:
Manning Township, voting ;place
Manning-W. S. Plowden, J. L. Mc
Leod, Fred Lesesne.
Sandy Grove Township, voting
place New Town-E. L. Langston, G.
F. Worsham, E. H1. McFaddin.
Midway Township, voting place
Barrows Mill-Perry Barrow, H. M.
McIntosh, Hugh McFaddin.
St. James Township, voting place
Davis Cross Roads-H. P. Billups, S.
H. Chewning, J. Sidney Watte.
Plowden's Mill Township, voting
place Alcolu-J. J. Barfield, E. D.
Hodge, R. E. Thompson.
Sammy Swamp Township, voting
place Paxville- G. H. Lackey, E. A.
Stone, H. J. Tisdale.
Harmony Township, voting place
Odom's-L. E. Elmore, J. D. Daniels,
A. G. White.
Fulton Calvary Township, voting
place Calvary-A. E. Felder, D. L.
Tindal, R. S. DesChamps.
Santee. Township, voting place Jor
dan-M. J. Davis, H. C. Cousar, J.
Co:.cord Township, voting place
Summerton-A. P. Stu:ckey, J. F.
Grayson, M. L. Shirer.
Mt. Zion Township, voting place
Wilson Mill-D. M. Bagnal, R. S.
Johnson, J. A. Hardy.
New Zion Township, voting place
New Zion-P. M. Gibbons, S. E. Mc
Faddin, P. D. lycFaddin.
Brewing-ton Township, voting place
Foreston-J. H. Boswell, E. M. Foil
ton, I). MA. Wilson.
St. Marks Township, voting place
Duffy Store-S. D. DuBose, J. D.
Mitchum, H. H. Stukes.
Douglas Township, voting place
Turbeville--J. B. Buddin, W. F. Rush,
D. E. Cole. "
St. Paul Township. voting place St.
Paul-W. D. Alsbrook, J. E. Childers,
J. 1I. King, Jr.
Friendship Township, voting place
Panola-A. E. Brock, R. H. Belser,
C. H1. Coullette.
The Managers at each precinct
named above are requested to dele
gate one of their number to secure
the box and blanks for the election.
Thursday, November 2nd at Court
J. A.- JAMES,
T. M. BEARD,
H. J. BOMAR.
9ommissioners 'of Federal Election
for Clarendon County, S. C., October
NOTICE OF ELECTION
State of South Carolina,
County of Clarendon.
Notice is hereby given that the
General Eleetion for State and Coun
ty Offeers wvill be held at the voting
precincts prescrib~ed by lawv in said
county, Onl Tuesdaiy, November 7,
1922, said (lay being Tluesdlay follow
ing the first Monday in November, as
prescribed by the State Constitution.
.The qualification for suffrage:
Managers of election require of
every elector offeiring to vots ,&t gggW
election, before allowving him ,td vote,
the prodluction of his registra'tion ceri
tificate and proof of the payment of
all taxes, including poll tax, assessed
against him~ and dollec tible during the
prev'ious year. The production of a
Scertificate or~ of the receipt of the of
ficer authorized to ecollect such taxeg
shall be conclusive proof of the pay
Section . 237, Code of 1912, as
amendled by Act. No. 0, special session
Sectioni 237. There shall 1)e three
separate antd distinct ballots, as fol
lows: One ballet for Representa
ives inl Conigress; and one ballot for
Governor, Lieutenant Governor, State
omeiers, Circuit Solicitors, miembers of
the I louse of Representatives, State
Senator, county offiers, and one bal
lot for all Constitutional amendlments
anad special questions, each of three
said boxes to be appropriately labell
(d; which ballots shall be of pin
wvhite paper and of such width andi~
length as to contain the names of the
oflicer or. oflicers and question or ques'~
I ionis to be voted for or~ upon, clear
and (even cut, without ornament,
designation, mutilation, symbol or
mark of any kind whatsoevc'r, except
the name or names of the person or.
persons voted for and the omce~t to
which such person or persons o re in
tendled to be chosen, and all special
questions which name or names, offie
or ofmces, question or qfuestiona shall
be wvritten or printed or- pairtly wvrit
1(en or partly printed thereon in black
ink; and such ballot, shall be0 so fold
ed as to conceal the niame or names,
ques~5ti(on or g uest iona the r:on, andl so
folded, shall be deposited in a box to
he constructed, kept and disposed of
as herein provided by law, and no
ballot of any other d escri nt ion found
in either of said boxes shall 1)e count
IOn all snprcinl qesntIna the ballot
Put Your Best Foot Forward
in one of these
Herrinbones, Pencil Stripes, Worsteds, Flan
nels, Tweeds, Serges-They are all here!
Plain and belted models. Big variety of the
new patterns to pick from. Dash, Style, Pep and
Are the oustanding features that predominate
in these new Fall Suits for young men
$15.00 TO $40.00
$18.00 TO $37.50
Four-Piece Golf Suits also odd trousers.
$13.50 TO $40.00
A large variety this season, Schloss Bros.,
Dryfu.. & Lang, and the famous Ford Coats in
$6.50 TO $15.00
Good Merchandise at Reasonable Prices.
-NSumter, S. C.
shall state the question ,or questions, lowing Joint Resolutions: tion have been apopinted to hold the
.and shall thereafter have the words A Joint Resolution to Amend Ar- election at the various precincts in
"Yes" and "No" inserted so that the tile X of the Constitution so as to the said County:
voter may indicate his vote by strik- Authorize the Town of Greer to As- Manning Township, voting place
ing out one or the other of sue words sess Abutting Property for Perman- Manning-S E. Ingram, W. H. Clark,
on said ballot, the word not so stricken ent Improvements.
oit to be counted. A Joint Resolution to Amend Scc
Before the hour fixed for opening tion 5 of Article XVII of the Constitu- Sandy Grove Township, voting place
the polls, Managers and Clerks must tion Empowering the General As- New Town-W. D. McFaddin, Rush
take and subscribe the Constitutional sembly to Regulate the Printing for M.Kenzle, Lewis Thigpen.
oath. The Chairman of the Board of the State. Midway Township, voting. place
Managers can administer the oath to A Joint Resolution to Amend Sec- Barrow's Mill-H. B. Harrington, J.
the other members and to the Clerk; tion 5, Article X, of the Constitution J. Epps, D. M. Evans.
a Notary Public must administer the Relating to the Limit of the Bonded St. James Township, voting place
oath to the Chairman. The Manag- Dt of School istricts by Adding Davi _ C R -
ers elect their Chairman and Clerk. aPoioTeeoa oteDeWs dadDnlW .Busn
Polls at each voting place must beScolDsrcNo38AbviePowe'MllTnhpotg
openedl at 7 o'clock a. m. and closedConyplcAco-..BLeLM.Jes
at 4 o'clock p. mn. except-in-the-Gity AJitRslto oAed e-W .Sinr
of Charleston, wh re they shall be Lo fAtceVI n eto ,SmySapTwsivtn
opened at '1 a. m. nd closed at 6 p. o ril fteCntt oA
The Managers have the power to fill foitePoiin hro.Hde .D cry
a vacancy, and if none of the Manag- A'on eouint 'edPr.Iamn ovsivtn lc
ers attend, the citizens can appointgrp5,AtceXothCntiuOlmB..OdSrMB.H
from among the qualified voters, theLinRltntoondIne' esnaW.EDne.
Managers, who, after being swvorn, o onis onhpSho i-Flo-avr ovsivtn
can condluct the election.ticsEt.byailna oisasjplcCavrLendheigR
At the close of the election, the teCut fBafr.E eGo idl
Managersn andl Clerk must proceedlAJitRslto opcoo nSne onhp oigpaeJr
publicly to open the ballot boxes andAmnmntoAtleXoth n-dnJH.CileW..Raisn
count the ballots therein, and continue siito yAdn hr~oaSeinAci hmsn
without adjournment until the rsame t ekov sScin1-,lm~v ocr ovsivtn lc
is completed, and make a statement eigCut uhrte o ~ Snmro-.R ocbry .F
of the result -for-each office and sign Autn rpryfrPraetRcbug ilSuky
the same. Within three days there-IprvmnofHgwy.'hepo MtZinTnspvigplc
after, the Chairman of the Board, orviinofsiSetosh apy.sicGA.Ioldy
some one designated by the Board, ol oBafr ony
must dleliver to the Commissioners ofA.oitRsltotoAedSe Nevio owhpoinpac
Election the pol11 list, the boxes con- Lo n ,AtceX fteCn evZo-.H uoe J .Pov
taining the ballots and written state- siuinRltn oteLmto h ePcetGbos
ments of the results of the election.BoddetofTwsibyAd BeinonovshpvtngIlc
At the said election qualified elec- jgaPoioTeeoa oteTw-Fr~tn--J .Jhsn .A ans
tors wvill vote upon the adloption or Si)o hitCuc aih hr .E hsnt
rejection of amendments to the State lso ony .Ca o osiu S.MisTwsivtn lc
Constitution, as provided in the fol- t~ miaigi rao adTw:DfySoeC .Tims .S
CYPRESS ofShoDititbyAdnaPr-S.Pl-T IKigSrEge
SASH 1,Ceoe ony
Aoin Joint Reso~itions: td~Pnl-.W.Bon oga ~l
DOORS tion5 rile X of the Constitution dyI1s toecnc
PrtoioTertso the Town) ofneofthGreumer to sAus-bxe
tsitso Abthty Pofet Florei Perandlnsfrteeetohrdy
enct ImpoventySuhCrln..vm n tCutHue
A Joint Resolution to Amend See-.JS VN
ion 7,o Article VII of the Constitu-'OSS.ICSN?
tion, Rmelaing the Municial BoAs-.I PPIT
Tereto s tReul the yoPeretwng ElcifofrCarro outS
A Joint Resolution to Amend Sece-C
ion 5,o Article X of the Constitu-On t r~rd 92
LiRelatig tohe t orath ionded'~- '
Db fSchool Districts,. by Aldinga -
aProvisoeto as to tinShoo Ditricts
0 i~~~onty.kn Cuny
A Joint Resolution to Amend Sec
of Article X of the Constiutonso *
as t Exmptthe City of Spartort
MOULDNGS *A Joint Resolution to A mend Para
ANDgap Article X of the Constitutin -oa
stiuti lbcAdin nag ertoS cio
visie ollwa~es of sadScto lec-pl