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other distasteful tasks. Install
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NUMEROUS TOWNS ARE
TAKEN BY ThE ALLES
Huns Lose Much Ground Around,
VERY VIOLENT FIGHTING
The Germans, Greatly Reinforced,
Dispute Ground With Entente,
Foot by. Foot
Paris, July 29.-The Allied forces
continued to gain ground at almost
all points on the Soissons-Rheims sal
ient today, but the principal progress,
according to the war office announce
ment tonight, was on th west flank
and around Fere-En-Tar 4nois. Nu
merous villages fell into the hands of
The statement says: 1
"The day was marked by very vio
lent engagements along the whole
front north pf the Marne. The enemy,
whose resistance was powerfully in
creased, disputed ground with us foot
by foot and attempted to force us
back by numerous counter-attacks
Our troops repulsed all assaults and
made new progress.
"On the outskirts of the village of
Buzancy Scottish troops captured the
park and chateau and maintained
their positions despite the repeated
efforts of the Germans.
"East of Plessier Huleu and Oulchy
Le-Chateau we advanced beyond the
Chateau-Thierry road and captured
Grand Rozoy, and Cugny; we occupied
in the course of a brilliant action the 1
Butte Chalmont. Four hundred and
fifty prisoners remained in our h:nds.
"On the right bank of the Ourcq
river we extended our gains north of
Fere-En-Tardenois and penetrated in
Sergy. Further south, Roncheres fell
into our power.
"On our right we crossed the Dor- ,
mans-Rheims road south of Villers
Agron Aiguizy. We gained ground
west of Bligny and St. Euphraise.
"In Champagne a German attack in
the region of Mont Sans Non was
COLORED K. P. CONVENTION
IN FLORENCE JULY 25
Florence, July 25.-The annual
meeting of the Grand Lodge of Color
ed Knights was held in Florence this
week. The regular sessions were held
in Trinity Baptist Church. The ses
sions of the Court of Calanthe were
held in Cumberland Methodist Church.
The Pythian mass meeting was held
the first night. The welcome address
was delivered by Mayor Gilbert of
Florence. Ther esponse was delivered
by N. C. Nix, D. D., of Orangeburg.
Several other prominent colored men
The annual parade was had
Wednesday afternoon through the
main streets in Florence, led by two
bands of fine music, and six com
panies of Uniform Rank men. There
were more than 200 Uniform men in
Over 500 delegates attended the
convention. It was the biggest occa
sion ever held here among the colored
people. It brought to the city a large
number of the best colored people in
In the session here this week the
colored lodgemen voted to purchase
$2,000 in the October issue of Lib
The report of the Grand Chancellor
showed a reserve balance in Lodge
funds m the treasury of $40,000, and
$25,000 paid out to relatives of de
ceased members during the year.
Julius A. Brown of Charleston was
elected Grand Chancellor, succeeding
J. H. Henry of Columbia.
The other Grand Lodge officers are:
R. P. Scott, Florence, Grand vice
R. .Mne Columlia, Grand Pre
late, RS. Wilkinson, Orangeburg,
Grand Master of Exchequer; J. B.
Lewie, Columbia, Grand Secretary; I.
M. A. Myers, Mannin~g, Asst. Grand
Secretary; Dr. Maxwell, Sumter,
Grand Medical Director; JT. R. Nowvell,
Columbia, Grand Lecturer; N. J1. Fred
erick, Columbia, Grandl Attorney ;J,.
S. Blocker, Beaufort, 'Grand( Inner
Guard; WV. C. Crawford, Clinton,
Grand Outer Guard.
The directors of the Insurance De
partment are: L. A. Richie, G. HI.
Pugh, T1. A. Williams, Charlie Wi!
liams andl Dr. N. A. Jenkins..
CARNEGIE STEEL PLANT
POURS METrAL ON SUJNDAY
New Castle, Pa., .July 23.-When
the Carnegie Stece companty plant
here pot.redl stee! on a recent Sunday
it was said to be the first time in the
history of the steel industry in the
United States that this was (lone on
a Sabbath (luring the summer months.
The plant was closed on the Fourth of
July, and in order to catch up with
the work the men volunte'eredl to work
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarervion
Before the Clerk of the Court of Com
In the matter of Carolina Stock
Farms, G. 'T. Floyd, S. M. Hlaynes
worth, P. G. Gourdine, J. H. Bose
well et al. To establish Clarendon
County Draimige District Number
The final report of the viewers in
the above entitled cause having been
acce ptedl by me, notice Is hereby giv
en thtat on Friday, August 9, 1918, at
noon at the office of saud clerk in the
court house of said county, there will
be held the final hearing on said final
report. All parties to this action take
notice that this is the time set for
them to present their objections to
the report of the viewers.
J. B. CANTEY,
Clark Court Common Pleas, Claren
.July 18, 1918.
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Drgsarfnloed PAZO OINTME;NT falls
tocuetbinaBin~d. Bleedim rPordn Piles.
H. M. THOMAS, N
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value. For in every hour
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with an automobile.
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MA NNING. S. CJI
Manning, S. C.
aed to save the most of to
ays .J. F. Brockinton. lo
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med to handle.
mental capacity. The
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ent of the time and labor
mobile is of more prlacti-.
of business equipment.
out of his office. It gives
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slow moving sti'eet car's.
into brainwork. From
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inutes insteadl of hours,
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iciency. It keeps him
less nervous strain andI
more you save the more
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