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UMMERTON BOY DOES
WELL AT THE CITADEL
Francis P. Mood, son of Mrs. Hattie
food,-" of Summerton, has made a
most enviable record it the Citadel.
He, is now a Senior at hat institution
and holds the rank of cadet captain,
and is regarded as one of the best
military men in the school. He is the
f urth Mood to graduate from the
- "jtadel with the coveted honor of
ptain; a record of which any family
houkld teel proud. The distinction
of being the only man in the Senior
Class to be a member of the Corps
Honor Committee for four years is
Young Mood has always stood well
in his clas. es and is ,a good conscien
tious w6rker at all tiues and at
'everything her undertakes. He has
'been a member of the baseball squad
o, three years and is now showing
'dome aptitude for football this year,
his first trial at that game. Among
other things he has always taken an
active interest i nthe Young Men's
Christian Association and is now
Chairman of one of the important
committees of that organization. He
owas also one of the Citadel men to
go to the Blue Ridge Y. M. C. A.
Conference last June.
With his sterling qualities of char
acter, his interest in all phases of
college life, and his friendy attitude
-towards everyone, Frank is hold in
high esteem by all who know him
and his futuro succos in life is
oasily prede md.
THE FARMERS BANK OF
OLANTA IN FINE SHAPE
At a recent meeting of the Dhec
tors of the Farmers Bank a resolution
was passed sealling a meeting of the
stockholders to consider raducing the
-capitd'l stock from $60,000.00 to $30,
000.00. 'The reasons given for this
are;. this bank has always been able
to take care of all its customers with
ease and at this time owes,,no bor
rowed money ;its deposits are now
-around $200,000.00 and its cash on
ihand and in other banks is around
-140,000.00. The Direct va feel that
they can return $30,000.00 to the
stockholders and still be amply able
SELL SOMETHING EVERYBODY
MUST HAVE (read this line over
again and note that we said must).
It is unique, U. S. protected article,
a positive necessity because of gov
ernment ruling, with yearly repeat,
'exclusively owned and controlled by
us. If yo uare an order taker you
should make $20. to $30. a (lay; if
you are an ambitious salesman yon
will clear upward of $40. per (lay.
Most desirable connection with fu
ture for those who qualify. Jerome
7 Laadt, Pres., 8 So. Dearborn St.,
9Mrs. E. C. Nettles Alabrook, Principal
Manning, South Carolina
Fifteen standard units high school
English, French, Latin, mathenatics,
history, science aind penmanship.
Thorough preparation for any college.
Students for Winthrop and Clemson
win honors. Individual instruction.
Thorough grounding. Rapid progress.
Students accomplish more in one year
otherwvise in two. Tuition, 30 weeks,
~$45. Terms, September 11, 1022 to
~May 31, 1023. Christmas holiday,
December 22 to Jan. 0. Daily sessiov
9 a. m. to 12:30 D. mn.
Let Us Pro te<
The F. N. Wilso
SLong Time I
We are making G~ovei
Bank loans at six per cent
years on Clarendon Couni
In addition we can r
S per cent for 10 years with
*rower to p)ay the principa
of any year.
s We are, therefore, ini
~state loans in any amoul
want. All applications al
the loans quickly closed.
to take care of all its customers, and
also earn better dividends for its
stockholders. To be able to do this at
this time speaks well for the manage
ment of this instftution and for this
NOTICE OF ELECTION
State of South Carolina,
County of Clarendon.
Notice is hereby given that the
General Election for Relpi:oontatives
in Congress will be hold 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 arc
Residence in State for two years1 in
the County one year, in the pollag
precinct in which the olecter offers to
vote, four months, and ths 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.
The production of a certificate or the
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 must
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. in., and closed
at 4 o'clock p. in., except in the City
of Charleston, where they shall be
opened at 7 a. m. and closed at 6 p.
The Managers have the power to
fill a vacancy; and if none of the
Managers attend; the citizens ean ap
point, from among 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
without 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 Buard,
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 in the said County:
Manning Township, voting -place
Manning-W. S, Plowden, J. L. Mc
Leod, Fred Lesenne.
Sandy Grove Township, voting
place New Town-. L. Langston, G.
F. Worsham, E. H. 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.
Santec Township, voting place Jor
dlan-M. .J. Davis, H. C. Cousar, J.
Concord Township, voting place
ct You Wt
r, S. C.
nment .Joint Stock Land
interest for a term of 33
rnake loans at seven per
the privilege in the bor
.1 or any part at the end
position to negotiate real
it and on the terms you
e promptly handled and
Don't Be Misled By Talk of Special Sales and
Cut Prices I
* TheD. J. Chandler Clothing Co.'s
Regular Prices F6r Comparison:
MEN'S SUITS BOYS' OVERCOATS
$12.50, $15.00, $18.00, $3.50, $4.50, $5.00
$22.50 - AND $25.00 AND UP TO $10.00
050 VERCO T $KNEE PANT SUITS
Good Heavy Wool Overcoats at $4.50, $5.00, $6.00
$12.60, $15.00, $18.00, AND UP TO $00
TWO PANTS SUITS
$20.00, $22.50, $25.00 $7.50, $8.50, TO$10.00
BOYS' AND MEN'S SWEATERS
A good quality, well made, closed F
crotch Union Suit - _$1.00
Drawrs tha St oc K in. P gaen t Jumbo, Shaker Knit and Honeycomb Weaves in
Drawers, heavy Storm King. Per garment 7 c this stock. These are all new this season. A good
variety of colors to choose from.
AND SPEAKING OF SHOES BOYS' DRESS SHOES
Edmond's Foot Fitters Fom 9s to 2s
for ----- ----$6.00 at - $3.00
Sfr------ ----------- ----- - --t _----- -- ---
Stanworth Dress Shoes, MEN'S HATS
for __-- ----$5 .00 .$6 00 Schoble, Mallory and other good makes in felt,
Woolverine Work Shoes,
for _-- -$3.00 $2.50 TO $5.00
The Largest Stock in Eastern Carolina, Embracing All the Newest Fabrics and Styles.
The D. J. Chandler Clothing Co., SUMTER, S. C. *
C l t i g C, SM R . OSummerton--A. P. Stuckey , J. F. 1922 , d ""
Gurason . . S e2, said day being ituesday follow- At the close of the election, the A Joint Resolution to Amend See
Grason, M. L. Shirer ing the first Monday in November, as Managers and Clerk must proceed tion 5 of Article XI of tie Constitu
Mt. ZWilson Mill-D. M. Bagnal, R. S. The yhualification o sute n. publicly to o jen the ballot boxes and tion Relating to the Formation ou
Johnson, J. A. Hardy. Managers of election require of without ajournment until the same roviso as to Certain School Distric ts
New Zion Township, voting place every elector offering to vote at any is completed, and make a statenent in Pickens County.
New Zion--P. M. Gibbons, S. E. Mc- election, before allowing him to vote, of the result for each oice ane sign A Joint Resolution to Amend See
Faddin, P. D. McFaddin. the production of his registration cer- the saue. Within three days there- Lion VII of Article VIII, and Section
Brewington Township, voting place tificate and proof of the payment of after, the CWaitan of the Board, or V of Article X of the Constitution so
Foreston-J. -I. Boswell, E. M. Ful- all taxes, including poll tax, assessed some one designate by the Board, as to AErxempt the City of Spartan
ton, D. M. Wilson. against hi. mnd collectible during the must deliver to the Commissioners t burg from the Crovisins Thereof.
St. Marks Township, voting place previous -,..r. The production of a Election the poll list, the oxs con- A oint Resolution to Amend Se
Duffy Store-S. D. DuBose, J. D. certificate or of the receipt of the of- taining the bxllots and written state- Aion 7, Article VI11, and Secteio 5,
Mitehum, I1. H. Stukes. ficer authorized to collect such taxes, nients of the results of the election. 7rticle X V o, th a r"onstt cti.on, so as
Douglas Township, votirsg p1ace shall be conclusive proof of the _ay- t the sls election . AticEempt the Cos tiutjon, o th'
D.u~ E Cole-B.'Iudn .F uh eat'teef tors will vote upon the adoption or Provisions Thereof.
D. E. Cole. Sect~ion 237, Code of 1912, as rejection of amendments to the StateElcin ages
St. Paul Township, voting place St. amendled by Act. No. 61, special sessioni Constitution, as provided in the fol- Ih ~lection Alanager. oEle
Paul---W. D). Alsbro-,k, .J. E. Childers, of 1914. lowing Joint Resol'utions: hefown MagrsfEl.
-J -I. King, Jr. Section 237. There shall be three A .Joint Resolution to Amend Ar- etiota hae ten arouprne nts indh
Iriendlship Township, voting placo separate andI distinct ballots, as fol- tile X of the Constitution so as t<> teectidountytevriu:riesi
G.n I CA let Brock, R. II. Belser, lowvs:. One ballot for Representa- Authorize the Town of Greer to As- thMauii onshpvty:plc
-.H C -lete A. ves in Congress; and one ballot for sess Abutting Property for P'ermanMm a.. . Inwrai, v.n pI (lak,
The Managers at each pirecinct Governor, Lieutenant G;overnori, state ent Imp~rovenients. I.Mnu-. ' Eoa.InrmW.1.Cak
namedl above are requested to (de- oflicers, Circuit Solicitors, menmbers of \ it R ouint met Se- S.td Goeoiashlrti a lc
gate one of their numaber to secure the lIouse of Representatives, State tio > of Art ~ ich Vo theAment ito- .Sne Gv Town sh I) c~acip , Rush pac
the box and blanks for the election Senator, county oticers, anid o'ne hal- nit Etml e i l f the Constitu A- Nceze T wW 'l. cdip n, us
Thtursday, November 2nd at. Court lot for all Constitutional amenidments sobly to > -g lte thininga fo M ida Toi, wns hi 'ng plm'
H-ouse. and special qluestionis, each of three the St ate. H arrw' 'ilownsip,1 voting~toi plac
J. A. JIA MES, said boxes to be appropriately labell- A .Jot . - ltont ittt .ar-o Eps M. Iat rings. J
TI. M. BEARI), ed ; which bal lots shall be of phiin -i ti n Atilestution the Amnttu iota t. EppaD M.ae 'Ioislmi , o gpl.
Hi. Jr. BOMAR. white pamper and of such wvidth and eAtii o ite Xmi of, the Cnuton S .la me Cos Towship,1vllotn place
Commissioners of Federal Election letngth as toi cotntaitt t he names(' of the De heLnt of olIsrcs the Akdd vi Cross D oe, V.l. HrmtniotmtRoe
for Clarendon County, S. C., October oflicer 0or oflice'rs andt quhiestion or quets..a Pro-iso l DireOs ticthe byo A~tdI Edard Dil, ill ,l'o nsp vtn
23rd, 1922. t iotns to be voted fo ori upon, elear Schoo las eto. 3, to theu iesI 'c l de' ll--J ITwsipA , v al.otingS
______________________________________andI eveni ('at, without orinamlent, Counrty. . '.I".pige'r
dlesignation, tiiutiIa t ion Aymbiol or A.Jit eo t o eAtinlSe niim S nap''iwtr p o
Sttto'ouhCaoinsonis voted for and1( the otmee to as to Exenmplt the City (if flea amfor -tI -nmtyl(~ih i,)i i l
C unt ofSo t C lareol m hi.s c per.~ t o 1' >r ( p 'so ar e-> tc froim the Prov isionts Tlhereof. O dol(m s-- t . 0 h o , S-, M L I i
N o utie of Che re g nd that t e t . ) h ~'ia p c a A -loint R esoluti oihn tam . 'ier't ParI a - t a l m WiII V. 1. ID aniel
General Election for' State atnd Coun- or oflit~ (n0fino' etiii shall t 5,o IlA itcle to lofl tat Cnthtu- 5 il vt-v lv l To wip , R.i
ty Ofhecers wvilI lie held at thc v'otinog be( writ tem oi' pri tnted or paritly wr'it t on Relating 'fitotl s inhi ieb I)dnesII .lac, ( alv m am a.-m
plreeimets pirescribed by law im said tenl or partly printmted thereon i'n black I its Etc, by addn m ins, aso D s tint e.e C Ti rdhmi. v l gpa- Tr
a'outnty, on Tiuesdlay, Novembei' 7, ink; anmd such bial lot shall be so fold- t1< la Eott - of d fl a Profiit. >iiiIsI toi SanteTow si, voting- plac w Jori n
--ed as, to conaceal thme niame oi' names, A .Jtuitt Reson itn< t-mp lds anAm-l . Clhialde ,W..'tli
ulest ion or' qjuestionls thieirton, andi so Amentndmlient toi Armticlet X tof the ''i. (wto ii a i p e i lc
l'ilded , shall he adepos ited in a box ton st-iltm rm iy A on- [in ''oa St iu St a mm o ttr - (wnship ' otin m lac1.
-. h ie conastrunctedl, kept and thispIosedl of t<m li kitwtlSS i.t1-,Li li en Ian aio n Toell-rrvn-.ey.
CYPRESS as hei'ein prnovidedl by Ilaw, amid nio eriti (itmtAtl'i " st -:a~s M "a"u" ''oi -"l"ja tiimgtlini
bal11lot of any oither descri ptioni found A bttI Ptn >''p'-y Ci'ln i-i meitX I i Xlown .ShIp ot in pa-.,I
SASH~ in, either of sai d boxes shian Ibe counit- I npr'oaentto' ihiw ys. '[i )5-I at.(, , .lir I L. M.y
DOORS oin all spieciii <,uestious te talnottlyo atfit Coit'y""t. N / a"" I I )tt3p Hos, .in(g lilt
B L N S shall state the (luest ionin ,tir qu~est-ions, A Join int Resolutionm to Amieadi St't' dlaen, ('nielwt t G~ i s.
BLINDS atnd shall t herea fter' (tare thme word'(s tion 5 amnd 6, Ariticle X, of the Coni- Hreint-ton i Tohi voitimit, 'i ita - ('
13yes andat '"No'" inserted so that the stitut-ion, Reicing to the ailitCo thate a' Ioreta- -.1. ( . .1 ahnisim S. .Hamts
vtoter' naty indticiate his rote biy strik- .Hondedl Dblt. of' Tlownmshi ips, by AddtI- ( . K. ('host i
inug tt oine or' the other of' such wvordts ing mm Pirvis Ther'eti as to Ithe Townm- St. Mariks Thowtnsh ip 'it iagIa-a
oin sa id baulli-t, thme word'i antt soi stricken ship of (Christ C'hurch Parisha, Charn- IDumffy Sttor'a -. h~ oe,..S
tint to be counmtedl. Iolston Cotiiy, S. C., ais naow Co~nstitui- ! t aloven, J1. 1C. IIichbo~ur'
the polls, M mangrs anad Clerks must ship that Tow'~un tat Mount. Pe s nT re ile-R ib
take and sublscr'ibe theit Conistitutioatl S. C.-iliina it 'I'lies ilTH M . 1 C ihlat' V
tinath. Tlheo Chiirmani of thte flonrd of .A Jotinit R-esoluition lai A mamnd Sac- ISt .'Paulm Townsi 1ij v - hn-t
Manager's cant iadm ima tern thea iati-h tam tion 5i, Artticle 1tt, of Ite Contst ittion St. P'autl- -J1 II. K(i ta, Ma-, Lage
thlie other tmeiminers anda to thle Clernk; lt'latimng to II im it aof the' lonaded IDebht K(i ng, J1. M. K i- nig. . ues
a Notary Pubbei minust ad inimstetr the of School Distrit bly Addlainrg a Pro- I"ria'malshi p Tow-shi p, a i-ii 4-am't
tiath tom thme .Chair'matn. The Mianag- v iso thereto, ats toa School Dist ric't No. Pa tnla--C.V IW i'rowtn toug as lI ti
er's elc hi himnadCek 0 hrkeCut.ladav y F. I 'hiawaC) it
Polls at. 'ac(hi votinmg llace m ust be A Joint Resolui tion toti A amei Sea- le M ania g ts tt- et n (t' 'iieI
(ipaeed at 7 o'clIock an. m.. anda closed Ition 5, Armticle X aif the Conast itution tiammedl abovie a -a r'a'tutst tIto thla t a
of Char'leston, whecre they shall lie fdebt of School Distrticts by AddI ing '' 1 a in lanks fair thae electiont Thmur'saa
M O L D N Simenea at 7 a. n . a ntl cosead at (1 p. hi mo s T e 'o as t thn Sh ool li s- Novetm berai td t Xut' I Iouse.
AND The Miantagers Ihave tho powver to fill enace -Counmty, Soutth Carolina. .IOS. .S. D)ICKSON,
avacancy, and if tnone a the Mainag- A JIomut Resolutiotn to Amendl See'- . 1. APP'EIT. '
M0ILL WORK raattendl, the citizens ('ntn apploint tion 7, Article VIII of the Constitut- Ctommiissimer's of State and County
from among thme qumalifleen voters, the tion, Relatitng to Municipal liondead Elections for Claraemmdon CoutntyS
'Managers, who, after being sworn, Indebtedness, by Adding a Proviso C.
~~~ ca~~en conduct the election. Ther'eto a to the Cityof reow~n. nctobe. n..., 192. , -- -