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Mc[AURIN ON ARMACEDON
Part of Address Delivered at Ben
nettsville Bond Rally.
From the Pee Dee Advocate.
The aim of the kaiser is the dom
ination of the world. This was the
ambition of Xerves, . Alexander, Cae
sar, Napoleon and every other world
.-conquerer. Caesar was murdered
r his own people, and Napoleon
'w th his dream of establishing a
world-wide empire, died a prisoner.
Alexander at the age of 36 wept
because there were no moue worlds
to conquer and died in a drunken
debauch. ,All found that glory is
like a circle in the water, which nev
er ceases to enlarge itself till by
broad spreading it disappears to
J. P. Holladay
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t. D. PLYLEE
The "Wear Ever" Man.
MANNING, S. C.
naught. There is much in the kaiser
which reminds me of ' Napoleon,
and the "Corsican Parvenue" was no
less an emperor than his imperial
successor. Napoleon wanted to rule
the world, but he died a speck on a
rock in a mid-ocean far from the
magnificence, flash and glitter of his
self-made pomp. Had the kaiser been
satisfied with a reasonable amount of
power the world would not now be
convulsed with blood and death. If
the teachings of history are-true then
we will soon hear the despairing sigh
of anothei broken hearted world con
querer, and the kaiser will go to join
his cousin, the czar of all the Rus
sians on the frozen plains of Siberia.
"Glory, like a circle in water, always
ends in naught." It is so in every
walk of life with all over-ambitions
men. It may be a throne or a bat
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tlefield, the White House, or a seat
in the United States senate, or it
may be in the industrial world, but
the immutable law of God applies to
all, and too much sdf building at .the
expense of others ends in naught.
Just think of the czat- one year ago
absolute ruler of one nundred and
eighty million people, the richest man
on earth, now shorn of power and
stripped of his wealth, he loks out
upon a frozen waste and uses a bread
card like the humblest citizen in the
empire. Look at the kaiser with his
huge well equipped army numbering
more than the hosts of Xerxes, he
throws them against Verdun and
month after month, wave upon
wave, his soldiers in close formation
-march with the "goose step," a song
upon their lips to their death. What
a picture! A million men on both
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Demonstration and see
sides dying in a space no larger than
from here to Cheraw, all that one
man's - ambition should be gratified.
The trains are no longer placarded
"On to Paris," but baffled, beaten and
out-fought at every point growing
weaker every day while the enemy
grows stronger, with no hope of vic
tory, suddenly he falls back crying
out for peace before an outraged peo
ple, as occurred in Russia, hurl him
from his throne in outer darkness. It
will end like a dircle in the water so
far as he is concerned, but the great
God does not intend that ten million
men in all the countries of the world
shall die in vain. The guns of Ver
dun sounded the death knell of mon
archy and when the war is over the
people will rule in every country on
the face of the globe. God will never
permit the marrow to be drawn out of
the very bones of the nations that
Prussian junkers may fatten. When
this war ends it means a new dispen
sation. The human race will be ele
vated as a whole or we will be syept
again into darkness where a few tribe
ute-exacting tyrants will exploit the
balance of mankind as ;. matter of
right. It was centurips filled with
self-seeking despots that gave the
world one thou and years known as
the Dark Ages. The envy an: sel
fishness of this present age is build
ing on the plains of Flanders, and
Belgium for its ternal remembrance
a monument of skulls that will reach
mountain high. There can never be
a permanent peace in this world until
all the nations remember the doctrine
taught by Christ that love is nature's
best builder.. There are but two na
tions in this war whose hands are ab
solutely clean. France is fighting for
self preservation and the United
States for an ideal. Like the cru
sader of old who with no thought of
self, fought to rescue the sepulchre
of the Lord from the hands of the in
fidel, so the United States has no
purpose except to make the world
safe for democracy. Our nation typi
fies the constructive power of the
golden rule, which alone can save
civilization from extinction. The (lay
of Armageddon is upon us. Cod is
sifting out the hearts of nations be
fore his judgment seat. It has been
foretold from the beginning. The
Bible has whole chapters referring to
a period when for a time satan is
unchained and has full power upon
earth. Through all the ages this (lay
has been) dimly seen by poets of Ar
mageddon, where the brute nature of
man engages in the final battle with
his immortal soul and the brute is
finally overcome. The soul triumphs,
and then is the dawn of a thousand
years of "peace on earth and good
will towards men." But, oh, my
friends, the tears and the blood, the
suffering and sorrow before the beast
is conquered and satan finally chain
ed. The kaiser is "the man of sin,"
spoken of in the Bible.
SENTIMENT IN GERMANY
Berne, Oct. 31.-Significant as to
the spirit that prevails in some cir
cles in Germany is the latest issue of
the Koelnische Vodkszeitung, always
a supporter of the claim that the Ger
man people are behind the annexa
tionists and want no peceC but one
bought wvith the sword. It says:
"If one ridles on German railroads,
if one goes to the cafes and public
places of the big cities where one
meets our soldiers coming from or
going to the field, one can hear again
andl again wvordls and sentences from
the socialistic press that actually are
a great dlanger for the determination
to hold out, for the unity and unani
mity in the army and behind the
front, for the desire to be victorious
and to see it through.
"In all these phrases of the social
democratic pr1ess there recurs over
and over again the one that the war
is being condluctedl 'only for the big
fellows,' that those who wish for our
fatherlagid an honorable peace that
shall assure future dlevelopme~nt are
paid by the big industrials' or 'are
serving capitalistic interests,' that the
'annexationists' alone are responsible
for the third year of war and possi
bly the coming war winter. All the
slandlers circulated to sup~erfluity
about 'wvar makers' and 'annexation
ists' are bobbing up again."
OAKDA[[ COMMIN[ [AIR
The variouis Combmunity F~airs be
ing held over our county undler the
supervision of our efficient (lemon
stration agent, Miss Katherine Rich
ardson, seems to be of great interest
and are showing the coming genera
tion what has been and what can be
(lone by co-operation. Now every
community is clamoring for more edu
b~ation caused by just such meetings
as was held at Oakdale. From an
agricultural standpoint we feel that
we have made good, but from an edu
cational view we feel that there are
many more roundls to the same old
Nowv for the benefit of those inter-,
ested I am going to name some of
the old relies exhibited at the Oakdale'
Fair: Silk Beaver worn by Mr.
Elmore Kinder 75 years ago; Mrs.
D. M. Eppa weddineg hat 4 yars old;
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TilE PERUNA CO. Colmbus, Ohio e
iron pot used by Mrs. J. J. Reardon
in 1854, then used by Mrs. F. P. Har
rington in 1871, now in use by Mrs.
H. 'B. Harrington; work box made by
Mr. J. J. Reardon for his wife before
they were married in 1853; white
apron, now in possession of Mrs.
Henry Reardon, it being 60 years old;
wedding coat and vest 80 years old,
of Mr. Dink Evans, it being exhibit
ed by his son, Mr. J. S. Evans; spin
ning wheel and reel 65 years old and
Mrs. D. E. Evans basque anl dress
75 years old; corset made by hand an 1
worn by Mrs. D. E. Evans 75 years
ago; black silk bonnet worn by Mrs.
Phillip Pierson 80 years ago; walking
cane owned by Mr. F. Dukes 50 years
old; sword of Capt. Sam Pierson, now
owned by his grand nephew, Mr. Jake
Harrington; quilt made by Mrs. Mar
garet Anderson 70 years old; a table
200 years old now in possession of
Mr. A. C. Bradhani, so h,: - (jti.
70 years old owned by Mrs. E!' rbeth
Epps, now in possession of *:rs. I
Tomlinson; Mrs. Jule Morris' great
grandfather's Bible, 150 years old;
silk handkerchief exhibite: by -
Ethel Barrow 132 years -)d; iana
woven .and hand made suit wr' :w
Willie Barrow in 1812, g.
grandfather of Miss Ila Barrow; i
home woven and hand made suit worn
to Civil War in 1861 by Mr. Bob Bar
row and sent back from Ridgeville
57 years ago;. wedding shoes 80 years
old, belonging to the grandmother of
Ethel Barow; brass rim off a bomb
shell shot from Morris Island to
Charleston in 1865; pocket knife 140
years old, nowv in possession of Mrs.
John' DuBose; buffalo horn brought
fromt Petersburg, Va., during the
Civil War, now owned by Mrs. B. G.
The stock and poultry exhibits were
not as good as was expected as it was
very inconvenient for Union to get
her stock and poultry out to Oakdale.
In conclusion we want to thank Union
for joining us and making the Fair
a grand success.
Kindly allow me space in your
paper to urge every one with poultry
:r Pet Stock to show their County
pride and interest by helping to make
the Poultry Exhibit at the Fair a sue
:-ess. Not being a breedler of show
birds is no excuse for not helping
to make our County Fair a success.
think there wvill be a goodl many of
uis exhibiting poultry who only knows
I have for sale all the land
T'urbeville wvhich consist of the fo
Tract 1. Twvo Hundred and ]
or less, in andl aroundl the town
The Mercantile Store an
besides a number of tenant hous<
Also several other tracts col
and 3-10 acres, 96 acres andl 56 a<
A particular dlescription may
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a show bird is such because the other
fellow says it is. . We expect Prots.
Hare and Cleveland at the Fdid and
they are both willing to teach and
help us with our poultry troubles.
The Fair Association has offered
$50.00 or $60.00 in premiums for the
poultry exhibit. It is to be hoped we
will show our appreciation of this by
each one of us doing our bit to make
the Poultry Exhibit at the Fair in
teresting. Write the Fair Secretary
to save you coops and space. It will
save him much worry and the Fair
Association money too, if they know
how many coops will be needed. Don't
go off fishing or visiting, and then
knock some one else if your Fair is
not as good as the Orangeburg or
Sumter Fair. Just remember if you
had done your part Clarendon Fair
could have been the best in the State.
We ask the officers and each mem
ber of the Poultry Association to co
operate with us for a good poultry
show. Also to attend a meeting of
the poultry association just after the
Fair to elect oflicers for the coming
We hope to meet you at the Fair
)n the 14th.
Yours for more and better poultry
(Mrs.) F. P. Ervin,
Pres. Clarendon Poultry Association.
Kaiser's Reply to Sultan.
Amsterdam, Nov. 6.-A telegram
rom the Sultan of Turkey congrat
alating him on the Austro-German
succss against the Italians, the Ger
nan Emperor answered.
"May our armies soon bring peace
-our only aim in this righteous
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