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Have Their Own Club at Georgetown c University. s I The first meeting of the South Carolina Law Club, Georgetown University, Washington, D. C., was held * on November 28, 1922, to outline a c weekly series of lectures on South Carolina law. After each lecture t^ere will be a social get-together of the South Carolina men. The president is Thomas R. Mc- ( Connell, Kingstree high school, 1918, t connected with the Federal post office. * Ralph L. Knisley, Charleston, pre-j* pared at Charleston high school. j Frank J. Bostick, Wofford college ' A. B. 1917, is interested in journalism and identified with the treasury department of the federal government. Honorable George E. Hamilton, LL, D., J. U. D., is Dean of Georgetown University Law school. Six members of the law faculty now give their full time to the school. These professors y, are: Assistant-Dean Hugh J. Fegan, insurance, agency and damages; Hon. Henry S. Boutell, former minister to Switzerland, international law; Hon. William J. Price, LL. D., former U. S. minister to Panama, evidence, egotiable instruments, criminal procedure, domestic relations and bankruptcy; Charles W. Tooke, contracts and property; Charles A. Keigwin, author of works in pleading and torts, former special assistant to the United States Attorney General and former assistant United States attorney for the District of Columbia; and Joseph de Sloovere, S. J. u. tiarvara . University, criminal law, real property, conflict of laws, sales and bailments. To meet the latest requirements for for legal education in this country, Georgetown University Law school, beginning October 1, 1923, will require at least one year's college work for entrance to the law school, and 2 will offer a full pre-legal course dur- 1 ing the evening hours at the down- j town Washington buildings of the j law school. ' i February 1st, 1923, the beginning < of the ^second semester, is the last J date on which high school graduates may enter Georgetown law school as ] candidates for the law degree. < Students of the Georgetown Uni- J versity Law school have access not ( only to the 11,000 books of the law , department library in the downtown ] buildings of the University, but also j to the 193,000 legal volumes of the congressional library. Another member of the South Caro lina law club, Georgetown University, |' is Alexander N. Brunson, Jr., Green- | ville, Wofford A. B. 1919, manager of i both football and baseball teams, 1 1918 and 1919, member of Pi Kappa Phi, and employed by the United : States treasury department. < Andrew M. Hood, Anderson, Ers- i kioe A. B. 1921, and stood third in ' 1 last year's morning law class. 1 Ezekiel R. Stegall, Piedmont, re- j ceived his A. B. from Furman in 1911, made the Philosophian society and is ' an employee of the United States treasury department. I George Brunson, Greenville, Wof- 1 ford A. B. 1917, played college base- 1 ball for two years, was a member of , Pi Kappa Phi, and works at the j United States treasury department. 1 Julien D. Wyatt, Easley, Wofford i: A. B. and A. M. 1919, is also an alum- ! nus of the University of South Caro- | lina, has engaged in newspaper work, < and is employed in the United States ' patent office. I Walter G. Ramseur, Central, received his A. B. from Wofford col- < lege in 1916, was manager of the j 1915 football team, won a second j place in the scholastic rank of his i first year law class, 1922, and is 1 secretary to Congressman Fred H. ^ Dominick of the 3rd districts v. Stephen A. Griffith, Saludp, third year law school, studied atvrhe University of South Carol inau Malcolm E. Crosland, BennettsvHle, post-graduate at the Georgetown University Law school, was granted the degree of Bachelor of Laws by the University of South Carolina. The next meting of the South Carolina Law Club, Georgetown University, will be held on Tuesday night. o Cook Pork Well. 1 ^ - i ?- tii? ;_ ii._ ?-*t | V^OOK porK wen ?K WIC i?UVlV.O vthe United States Department of ; Agriculture. Failure to observe this ( precaution is liable to be followed by i , serious illness knowii as trichinosis. ( This disease, which is very painful and frequently fatal, is' caused' by a small parasite that sometimes oc- ! curs in pork. The tri-china parasite Is so small that it can be seen only with a microscope, and is often overlooked in the most careful microscopic examination. Hogs harboring the ' parasites show rv? symptoms and pork containing tricftfnae is exactly the same in appearance as other pork. No practicable system of meat in- 1 spection has been discovered by which ? persons who eat uncooked or imper- c fectlv cooked pork can be protected i from the danger of trichinosis. There is, however, one very effective means ^ of preventing the disease: Cooking g v lestroys the parasites. Hence propsrly cooked pork is safe and trihinosis can not be acquired if the liraple rule is followed of cooking >ork well before it is eaten, o As a consumer of by-products and arm waste the porker wins the hampionship. NOTICE OF SALE. Pursuant to an order of the Court >f Common Pleas for Williamsburg :ounty, in the case of the First Naional Bank of Florence, S. C., plain;iff, against Grady D. Perry, Jr., defendant, made by his Honor Judge 1. W. DeVore, Judge of the Third > i ludicial Lircuu, ana uaieu ucicmuvi fth, 1922, I will sell at public auction x> the highest bidder for cash, in :ront of the court house door at fCingstree. S. C., during the usual lours of sale on Monday, January 1st, 1923, the same being saiesday, he premises below described: All that certain piece, parcel or ract of land lying, being and situate n Johnson township, State and Couny above mentioned, containing one mndred and fifty (150) acres, more >r less and having the following joundaries: North by lands of J. T. Lewis; East by lands of C. C. Gralam and V. Haselden: South by lands >f J. M. Cribb; West by lands of Mrs. L. Lambert. Notice is further given that if the successful bidder does not immediatey comply with his bid the above described premises will be refold on ;he same day, or on some subsequent saiesday after due advertisement at ;he risk and expense of the defaultng bidder. J. D. BRITTON, Clerk of Court for Williamsburg bounty, South Carolina. 12-14-22. 3t P. B. T. NOTICE OF SALE. [N THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA. In Bankruptcy. in cue macer 01 carter Company, bankrupt Notice is hereby given, that pursuant to an order of Hon. R. J. Kirk, referee in bankruptcy, dated the ? lay of November, 1922. I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder .or cash before the court hobse at fCigstree, Willilamsburg county, South Carolina, at ten o'clock a. m., on Monday, the 1st day of January, 1923, ;he following described property: The remainder of a certain tract ol and in Williamsburg county known is the Simmons place, originally containing three hundred and eight acres, more or less, and originally bounded jn the North by lands of B. Wallace Jones, and lands formerly of C. S. M. Simmons; East by lands of R. M. Vause and R. D. Snowden; South by lands of E. E. Wilson and Julian Wilson and West by lands of R. E, Wilson and the estate of Hi J. McFadden and partly by public road leading from Indiantown church to Johnsonville, after carving from and sxcepting therefrom parcels of land shown and designated on plat made by Geo. E. Prince, dated September 1918, tracts 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10, being the lands sold by Carter Distributor Company to sundry persons; same having been released from the lien of said mortgage, and the bonds and mortgages and indebtedness described in the petition of the trustee and more particularly described as follows, to-wit: Bond and mortgage of R. W. Stuckey to W. S. Manning, mortgage recorded in Williamsburg county ir Book 32, page 174; bond and mortgage of J. C. and H. W. Nelson tc Carter Distributor Company, mortgage recorded in Williamsburg county in Book Z-5, page 233; "bond and mortgage of W. A. Rhpades, mortgage recorded in Williamsburg county in Book Z-o, page 241; bond and mortgage of W. F. Hill, mortgage recorded in Lee county in Book 25 page 378; bond and mortgage of M E. Carter, mortgage recorded in Lee county in Book 22, page 125; bond and mortgage of S. N. Welch, mortgage recorded in Lee county in Book 24, page 246. The morteraeed land above describ ed will be sold first and the bonds and mortgages above mentioned will be next sold and then the mortgaged lands and the bonds and mortgages will be offered as a whole and the better bid accepted. This sale is tc be made subiect to all existing liens upon the property thus offered foi sale. j. p. McNeill, jr., Trustee in Bankruptcy, 12-7-4t. CITATION NOTICE. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, County of Williamsburg, By W. E. Snowden, Esquire, Probate Judge. Wheres, Mary Brockington made suit to me, to grant R. D. Mills letters of administration of the estate of and effects of James Brockington These are therefore to cite anc admonish all and singular the kindrec and creditors of the said James Brockington, deceased, that they be appear before me n the Court of Probate, to be held at Kngstree, S. C. on the 23rd dav of December, 1922 next after publicaton thereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to show cause if any they have, why the said ad ministration snoum not De granteu. Given Under my hand, this 13t? Jay of December, Anno Domini, 1922 Published ort the 14th and 21st days of December, 1922, in The Countj Record. W. E. SNOWDEN, Probata Judge 12-I4'2tc. K. & H. NOTICE Alt claims against the county U eceive attention of the CozMy Boarc if Commissioners must be filed in the ifflce, properly verified and itemized iot later than Saturday before the re? dar meeting on the first Tues<tey ir ach month. S. J. SINGLETAK*,. bounty Supervisor Williamsburg o -18-21-tf. DECREE FOR SALE IN FORE1 CLOSURE. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. County of Williamsburg. Court of Common Pleas. J. L. McFadden, Plaintiff, against Z. R. Fulmore, Sr.. and May bank Fertilizer Company, a corporation duly chartered and created under the laws of the State of South Carolina, Defendants. Notice is hereby given, that undei and by virtue of a decree signed by his Honor Judge J. W. DeVore in the above entitled action, bearing date the 4th day of December, 1922, to me directed. I will sell to the highest bidder, for cash, before the court house door in the town of Kingstiee, County of Williamsburg, State o. South Carolina, on the first Monday in January, 1923, the same beng the first day of said month, during the leiral hours of sale, the following described tract of land: "All that certain piece, parcel or tract of land situate, lying and being in the County of Williamsburg, and State of South Carolina, containing one hundred and thirty-three and one-third (133%) acres, more or less, and bounded as follows, to-wit: On the North by lands of J. T. McElveen; on the East by lands of T. P. Fulmore; on the South by lands of Mrs. 1. N. Timmons and lands of Eugene Hill, formerly of W. W. Fulmore; and on the West by lands of Eugene Hill and lands of J. J. M. Graham." Purchaser to pay for papers, and in the event that ne fails to comply with his bid on the day of sale, the land will be resold on the same or some subsequent salesday, at his risk. J. D. BRITTON, As Clerk of Court for Williamsburg County, S. C. December 12, 1922. 12-14-3t. L. & S. DECREE FOR SALE IN FORECLOSURE. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, County of Williamsburg. Court of Common Pleas. M. W. Rogers, Plaintiff, against R. W. Stuckey, Defendant. Notice is hereby given, that under and by virtue of a decree signed by ! his Honor Judge J. W. DeVore in the above entitled action, bearing date ' the 4th day of December. 1922, to me di?*cted, I will sell to the highest i bidder, for cash, before the court house door in the town of Kingstree, County of Williamsburg, State of South Carolina, on the first Monday 1 in January, 1923, the same beng the i first day of said month, during the legal hours of sale, the following described tract of land: "All that certain piece, parcel or , tract of land lying, being and situate in the County of Williamsburg, State of South Carolina, measuring and I containing seventy-two and one-half l (72%) acres, more or less, and bounded on the North by lands of W. H. , Parnell; on the East by lands of W. I H. Parnell; on the South by lands i of Calhoun Brown; and on the West I by lands of Lenon Davis; the same I being the tract of land that was con, veyed to me, the said R. W. Stuckey, . by H. H. Parnell by his deed dated I December 16th, 1919, of record in the . Clerk's office of said county in Deed. Book 'A-15' at page 407, to which ??#??an/io ic mailo fnr a more J UCCU x CXC1 ^UVb ?o ?. , detailed description of said tract of land." , Purchaser to pay for papers, and ! in the event that he fails to comply with his bid on the day of sale, the . land will be resold on the same or . some subsequent salesday, at his risk. , J. D. BRITTON, . As Clerk of Court for Williamsburg , County, S. C. . December 12, 1922. . 12-14-3t. L. & S. DECREE FOR SALE IN FORECLOSURE. ' STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, > County of Williamsburg. Court of Common Pleas. I Mary A. McGee, Plaintiff, against H. P. Pressley and Virginia-Carolina Chemical Company, a corporation duly chartered and created under the laws of the State of New ! Jersey, Defendants. Notice is heieby given, that under 1 and by virtue, of .a decree signed by j his Honor Judge J. W. DeVore in the f above entitled action, bearing date 1 the 4th day of December, 1922. to [ me directed, I will sell to the highest bidder, for cash, before the court house door in the town of Kingstree, County of Williamsburg, State of ' South Carolina, on the first Monday in January, 1923, the same beng the ' first day of said month, during the legal hours of sale, the following described tract of land: "All that certain piece, parcel or tract of land lying, being and situate in the County of Williamsburg, State of South Carolina, containing one hundred (100) acres, more or less, and bounded on the North by lands of R. A. Mims, formerly of John P. Mouzon: on the East by lands of S. W. Jernigan, formerly of John P. ' Mouzon; on the South by the public " road leading from Kingstree to Man' ning; and on the West by lands of R. A. Mims, formerly of John P. ? Mouzon; the same being the tract > of land in which John Pressley and ! Mary Jane Stewart conveyed their ? interest to me (the said H. P. Press ley) by their deed dated December 15th, 1915, of record -in the office of 1 the ClOrk of Court of Williamsburg county in Deed-Book 'A-ll' at page ! 572. r "It is understood that this is a second mortgage over said tract of land, the first being in favor of Mr*. Mary McC. Cooper, in the sum of eleven hundred ($1100.00) dollars." Purchaser to' pay for papers, and in the event that he fails to comply with his bid on the day of sale, the > land will be resold on the same or 1 sothe subsequent salesday, at his risk. > . J. D. BRITTON, , As Clerk of Court for Williamsburg County, S. C. > December 12, 1922. 12-14-3t. L. & S. * 666 fokklj relieve* a cold. DECREE FOR SALE IN FORECLOSURE. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, County of Williamsburg. Court of Common Pleas. W. V. Strong, Plaintiff, against Laura S. Mitchum. John M. Nexsen and S. S. Mitchum, Defendants. Notice is hereby given, that unde and by virtue of a decree signed b; his Honor Judge John S. Wilson ii the above entitled action, bearinj date the 12th day of December, 192: to me directed, I will sell to the high est bidder, for cash, before the cour house door in the town of Kingstree County of Williamsburg, State o South Carolina, on the first Monda; in January, 1923, the same being th 1st day of said month, during th legal hours of sale, the followin] descrbed tract of land: "All and singular tnat certain piece parcel or tract of land lying, beinj and situate in the County of Wil liamsburg and State of South Caro lina, measuring and containing fifty three f53) acres, more or less, an bounded and described as follows, to wit: Bounded on the North by th public road leading from Kingstre to Potato Ferry; on the East by land - ? l ? a i _ n iL L of U. K. Mitcnum; on tne ooutn u lands of W. G. Cantley; and on th West by lands of D. N. Kellahar being a portion formerly of the es tate of tne late Cornelius Mitchur devised to G. R. Mitchum and hi sister and conveyed to me, the sai Laura S. Mitchum, by the said G. K Mitchum by his deed. of conveyanc dated November 24th, 1906, recorde in the office of the Clerk of Cour for said county in Book 'A-3' of Cor veyances at page 65, there being a this time no encumbrance or lien c any nature whatsoever now existin on or over the said ttpct of lan hereby conveyed." Purchaser to pay for papers, an in the event that ne fails to compl with his bid on the day of sale, th land will be resold on the same o some subsequent salesday, at his risl . J. D. BRITTON, As Clerk of Court for Williamsbur County, S. C. December 12, 1922. 12-14-3t. L. & S. [NOTICE OF SALE UNDER FORI I nnsiTRF STATE OF SOUTH CjUIOLINA, County of Williamsburg. Court of Common Pleas. The People's Bank, a corporatio duly organized and incorporate under and by virtue of the law of the State of South Cafrolini Plaintiff, against Jones Fulmore and W. C. Hemingwa & Company, a corporation duly 01 ganized and incorporated under an by virtue of the laws of the Stat of South Carolina, Defendants. Pursuant to a decree in the abov stated case, signed by his Hone Judge J. W. DeVore, on the 5th da of December, 1922, I will offer fc sale at public auction before the coui house door in Kingstree, South Cart lina, on sales day in January, to-wil On the first day of January, 192: between the legal hours of sale t the highest bidder, for cash, the fo lowing described property: 'All my interest and claim to th estate of Henry Fulmore which i one hundred and thirty (130) acre of land, my interest being one-sevent (1-7) of the estate which will h eighteen (18) acres, more or les The piece of land has the followin boundaries: North by lands of I Rhem & Sons, East and South b lands of W. C. Hemingway & Con pany and West by lands of M. I Thomas." Purchaser to pay for papers. H. S. GAMBLE^ Sheriff of wunamsourg wum; Kingstree, S. C., December 12, 192: 12-14-31. To prevent a cold, take 666 DR. FRANK 0. 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Time-saving ?absolutelydependable travel H y at the minimum cost Terms j d ;l if desired. ' e PLOWDEN MOTOR CO. II ?r GREELYVILLE, . - S. C. I i W. C. PLOWDEN * NEW ZIONi - - - S. C. |J I * 5 nillllllllllllMUMMIIIIHIIIIIIIIHIIIIII!??? ? | II x *>' 'i \: A Happy and Prosperous i \ J g 1 1 * ' j ^ ' I Now Voof tn Vnn . > 11VTT M. -m. w t; . it. i | I thaqk you for the splendid j j I - i: patronage with which you1 have : | I -:: favored me during the past year and \ j 1 :: sincerely trust that the New Year |j * i I *?- 1 1 U ^ I?T1 u onntnpcc onrl I W411 UC UclUglll vriLii liappiiiwoci anu < i: prosperity for each of you. jj jj T. E. BAGGETT JEWELER and OPTOMETRIST :; Kingstree, South Carolina: fl I 1 " 1 Rates Reduced! i II Effective On Bills Due De- J cember M ill I: for current us?d during the month of No- j | ' ; vember, an additional discount of five per ;; ;; cent has been made, making a total discount :! of ten per cent on bills for current used for j! jj lighting purposes. This does not effect ;; " for current used for power. ; I A II Kingslree [lectric Light&lce Co; | :: 7-27-tf. :! ?