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CleInnliness is one of the imprn I 11t
erI toS ( 1u s11 s in4 i n) 0ing I h
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keep all h1110 s.48urrounI1dilgs the saine.
Careflly steriiize wiit iboling water
every utensil before It is usel. AI'mo
the0 Jars, rubel.rs, and canls.
In buying glas jars, secure the best.
One of the most tsatisfactory types of
jarm is the "I.ghtning Patent" with a
glass top I-eld In place by a sniple
Uso the best grade of tin canis even
though they cost a little move than
the cheaper grades.
With glass jars ni'ays use eiw rub
h 1 .
The State Board of Chai
with investigating the financ
four-year scholarships and f
findings to the Board of True
passes finally upon the me
information gathered by the
decision of the Trustees may
The College will furniE
scholarships and free tuition.
SIA1 M .
TH A i TC1ORC0
IruitI fr rn i sh ul be r I bII
:1r-:1. [)1 hnot, 1u o\'erripe speeil11l lS.
V? v ables for v a nn ..I shoul11 1( IId Ib)c
yl'llig and tk~llder'.
IrIit and ve- eta Ies ae c bet ter for
lunI :4 i f I-tII d i I I c IIy Iorn
ing ala! II pt I-I a cool Ip1 e until
rendly for uim5.
I ris nn vvet~ t h 1y
thIIoroi;hIly Ilan - 11 t fcor I n put cII
In jars or cans.
)o not a ttem) pt to can sh" ved or
(irty fruits or vegeta:bles.
WIr Ite the I lortle lIIt rai I I i vision,
(Ic lIsnII CoIlle I S. C., for ci Icui Ilr
No. 27, "lloine Ci!i! of -ruits alnd
Vegetables," also I irnlog"
h-olar ships and
'ities and Correctionis is chars
Lal standing of all appliennts
reeC tuition, and~ reporting th
tees of the College. 'This BTh
.tter, accepting as correcti
State Board. Appeal from
be made to the State Board
ih blanks to all applicants
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THE MEFH D19CHURCAl
THE STUDENT BODY
Every year the number of I'plICatl0ts to enter Clemson College excecds:
tho capacity of the institution. lErly In August it is necessary to begin a
"waiting list," as all available rooms in the barracks have been taken.
This session tle enrollmnent (not considering the 124 enrolled In the
summer school) was 851.t
Tile following <data on Si43 students enrolle--1 in Colleg;e tis session will
bo of Interest:
(1) Average age, 19 ycars, 6 months.
(2) Average height, 6 feet, 9 itlies.
(3) Types-blondes 391, brunettes 455, or 53.7 per cent.
(4) Living in eountry and small towns. 600 or i1 per cent.
(5) Living in cities and towns over 2,500 popoulation, 246 or 29 per cenL
(G) Born in the country, 553 or 65.4 1):r cent.
(7) Averaging 14 years on the farm, G10 or 72 per cent.
(S) Sons of parents who are now, ori havo been, farmers, 706 or 83.5
(9) 2-15 students now in College have had 3SS brothers to attend, of whom
Tlie distribution of students by courses is as follows:
Agricultural courses............ 473 or 56.1 per cent.
In all otlier cou rses... ............ 370 or 43.9 per cent.
Y. M C.A. uilingAgriultralBuidin Tetl Bulig Amns
BE ABAARMER HOG CHOLERA
PATRIOT Every Farmer Should Know How
With the packing hdtuse assured for Inject Cholera Serum.
the State this f all all farmers should Wiet r .0 ely lm
recruit at once in the army of meatColg,.Canreus feeb
;cd producers which will put South Caro- ltno o hlr ypos
[Or lina on a molt supporting basis, a st oref hnyu os
1,well as help feed the millions of pee-thssyposhne rwi (
pl1e who are nowv dependent on the cut eosrto gn t0
Lrd United States for food supplies. This frad nesyuhv led
J1e Is the time for the farmer to exerthisevcinwchaeyoou
h10 himself more than ever to grow t nWhwt rce ihu
plenty of food stuffs on the farm.hep ItiIpoilefrimt
of The possibilities of a good wheat andevr a'hossoiwllbnc
oat erop are very poor, and thissryfroutlentorett
makes It all the more necessary toyorefatrned osrti.
rto i to Dr. maly,C
4ei n g r y o
post44 yoref he or g sh
couI'A n dolntain.gn t0
fr aiNniAsyo hvealeay
The public has a right to the fullest information in regard
to the fiscal affairs of a State institution.
It would not be possible to make a fuller or more detailed
report than does Clemson College.
Not only does the Treasurer's annual report to the Legis
lature contain the usual summary of receipts and expendi
ture but this report of 150 pages lists each individual bill
paid out of College funds is shown.
Since the support of an educational Institution is of interest
and importance to its patrons, the following brief summary
for the last fiscal year should be of interest;
Balance brought forward from June 80, '16 ...... $ 9,701 .04
Privilege Fertilizer Tax ........... $171,018.52
Morrill & Nelson Fund (U. S.) ..... .25.000. 00
Interest on Ianscript ........... ... 5,754.00
Interest on Clemson Bequest.. ... .3,512. :16
Tuition from Cadets.............. 4,670.00
State Loan ....................... 62,400.00
Sales, Interests, Rents, Refunds. 7,634.06 $279,989.84
Repaid on Loan.............................. 21,511.44
Total available resources, '15-"16 ............... $268,179. 4 4
The above total represents what was available for the use
of the College, including its local development and its Public
S'ervice. The Sbuth Carolina Experiment Station receives
$30,000 from the United States Department of Agriculture
for conducting agricultural research, but none of this money
ran be used by the Cbllege. Likewise the funds from the
Federal Smith-Lever Act can be used oily for derhonstration
and extension work, under Federal supervision.
The money paid In by students for board, laundry, heat,
light, and water, medical attention and incidentals, is held
in trust by the College for the use of the cadets, and is not
used for College cOpenses.
The following is a condensed summary of expenditures:
1. For operating expenses of College (Salaries or
teachers, laborers, insurance, coal, shop
and laboratory maerials, etc.) ............ $145,697 .24
2. For buildings, permanent Improvements and
additions to shop and laboratory equipment. 6,309 .65
3. For publie work (fertilizer inspection and
analysis, veterinary inspection, scholar
ships, braneh stations, etc., etc.) .......... 85,7 20 . 15
Balance carried forward July 1, 1916.............31,4 52. 40
Unpaid balance on loan carried forward .......... $ 40,888 . 66
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ation Building and Barracks No. 1 in thre fnackg.round.
PEN PIUI'URE OFsedotyalovr3,0
CDEMSON OOLLEGE ltes ad oe 3,0
WVorks for Welfare in Manymotfwhcgisarcu
i1- Picture a country estate of Inadto toheprt
nd 1,500 acres, with statelytwbrnhepimtst
w buildings placed at elevatedtin-nnejSmmerlc
ur points to form a great irreg-an th h&,tFlrce
cular circle of half a mnll In Oemr st estae
addiameter. Inclose in this I h adhl etoso
adcirole a beautiful grove of teSae uta ona
rh native oaks, threaded byfudwilertilcon
hi. smooth drive-walk.. Turnpltassem erenti.
see to the north and for a back- tepicplsi ye ft
es- ground outline against the Sae
ote iantecesehoeo heHg- [M ofCAI ater
lislndooCeasta, vr ofahmch ghoves avecu
Whiteides d oter leta sl cformation i o
peak oftheBlu Rige.useIn predriong thei pand
Think of theasenthecolegmantains a eealsfr~'no. A
dur, sandng ut lac dtswofranhi exr addens cota
agans th hriznandInftioa-n nc t h S fmmrily,
wintr ofen wite ithand oten othr is Foenugh
snow.Takefor hesuthe ne urelu s to eanesitted
lineae an follw in Icanted fruit hand vetonso
sweepng cookeness the of tate, ut fail toom-a
as i twits tis wy an tha gnds fall garenmt wole dono
to arktheconineof the rmucpa feel tyesne ofh
em add brad destane of iles, agetmayotetn
bottom ad ragee wihferrmotun-llnog
cond, soof Cai~esrsinuuatd ssasnadluit
Whandcoo adste wofthy ftenme orista
sheso tree an lyue Rhde.aoehsngece oh
Titur of Ces ounnslee as d rhr iir m i
ine colored closuthe i~ can- otlciieanbudmc
evey yar y nary atho- hckEerfre rash hand
sandyoun Soth Crol ucerrinesrwing wrid nd
laawh sek aidthseeae oghvegetables fohine.Ae
surrondins, aneduction dantet bee planed tofr
thatwil ptandang othn forc ducsl of surps o candds om
self-rspting, self-suppandt- fotandme now to thek fampy
interitienp wtewthen oftlethe.rintough
Tnow collee forat couthen suretpluatoesv andc oitthe
oery50 arves. On Indha vnoe.abe may yet eo plat
proertge aefo3lowin-it ce fruning adurigthes
weping pulcrookldnss,7 ate sumeralnyi ton com
dweings andubln 64emneca tmantd in goodnping. Wth a
buildings The colege haofit the muHoeltcultura of
Insemploy 11 t ehers visinof veables, Coleg there
and obirs.dt expnenorived areagrea Nony7 "omte Cen
property astures27728.th ofn the nuber and frugetha
pTre of Ce o C~*ollege, bgosdocar.reaei