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the history of
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seek only to pr,
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ory of George
W. C. DAVIS, J
DID GREAT WORK<
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Redskins \ade G(od Record in Army' tiona
I'IRAISICI) BIY OFFICI(tS 'ERake
Courage of IIigh Order and Excellent
Shooting Credited to \lany "hni'
in Sers ice. Id I a
ions of Indian~ triiops as part~ of the tiethl
the Norith A\merican Indiiani divislin or' sixth
ivisi'n:. is p' inl( cogress- as from
lation. Ol a
.\lany : in- f exphbu if p'- ree
soalI'rtiz: i t; <n of w .tjirI 1fr11.I
s( l s(I i s I wit filL l h l l II- it
k's tTto (It (,f ~i bI fh- tdl ac ll:j
wasteI if the i lia , arbeent
pincein th armyschem
7ig G-li arIi i I~ ip n o
__ _ _ livht
.k Will Be C
honor the birthday of
lition of his honesty is undying, ant
his chivalry as a gentleman, his br'
cer, his great wisdom and finely pro
is of character as a statesman, hav
im the noble title of "Father of Hi
a record worthy of the admiratioi
the world's best and noblest. A
ility, a heroic will that enabled hin
'onptings of ambition that he nigh
smote the happiness, prosperity and
mnt of the country he loved.
s too great for us to pay to the mein
T. STUKES, J. A. W
yalty were among the soldierly! Lieut. Col. V
.ies the Indian was describe i the One hun
. ing to an unu:-u(l degree. fant.ry, provi
tie case .:.. cited by 1)r. Joseph German "list
ith Dixon, .secretary of the Na- sated by Dr.
I Ame rican Indian Memorial As- preceding th
ion, of which tolman Wana- One hundred
r of New York is founder and try was in fr
lent. 1r. Dixon also read I letter Champagne
General Pershing giving his tected A " eri
ty approval" to a plan to enlist tapping t 'r
n1 I-lregimenlt-. \lorrisse ai
najority of the more thn 17, 0 of Ghort: s
ns wtho sa-. iuilit:iry sirvie- our- nthi.: .- ig
Ie war Iwere 01'Illberis of the' N in- wVir- con vers
divisioni, the Te(xas andI Oklahomai 'was a bara
nil at-ny division, the Thir ty.. Germans.
div sion. Na:tional ( iardsmen In woik ins'
thle 5:iine two state/,. andl the thatt there'
iIurndir'd iand Sixtyv-lve ji inatry, (Chocotaw to
I Sixty-ninith New' YorkiI, wh'iich techniea! ex
-ed heaivy Imdian relaiemenits - necessary toi
hegaps pioduced in its ranks stituteis. suel
hin.' on the .io'rn. liut tile "lu-st bitl
uns serveli in muany( otier units muniit ion."'
n pactie ally all sIrvis.I).lioi
I lixol deelltreil that afteir vist. liahmnIIt if
't toviiwi fr' i ei coii ind :ho~ I
: . li 1iilalb-ir to thecorpoalIo pet ty rct
r 1 nIej' l ni ei l v usIfsth
nas a fighting force' in our1 ular oflicers'
I. TIom Reileyv whl)oIamanded
hird , hattaifinu of Onel lIlnre
ying that thei Indjins were "'the
and sift replacemeints he had at
hl: wm \xpert ini rifle lighting.
A itrong brave, re'soilute," Major
-y said.I "They were siuer'ior mi
igd patrol wvork.'i Tey' wVere
m~y ione of my', Iniantiis fr a I rI t
I re'plac(emlents iin eight dII iff lret
ions, so thorolugh was the d'eim
if my rinks, and thlese iians
lnwpmilie'l~y thei ver; / best, re
meints sent me4. .\lany of them
killed or woundledl, for they atl
silnghit t he danoge rou s places.
1 Iadvoca te t hit 5egregation Cai
dill troops, for I nioted that when
Were sent out as a distinct in.
fore they didl thley best. work.'" SUM'
iinsta nce of how~ the C'hoctaw
Villiam J. Morrissey, of
Ired and forty-second in
d of value in dodginy the
mning in" system was re
Dixon. In October, 1918 I
e armistice, when the
and forty-second infan
ant of St. Etienne, on the i
front, the Germans de
ean troops movements by
S. To avoid this Colonel
ganized a signal square
t > traismt it the messages
inal dIialeet. 'This barbed
at ion.' D r. Dix~on saiidl,
~e that non plusseud thle
the "code."' it was found
cce no words1 in the
igue for many military
ressins, and it was
mae u p a table of sub)
as "one graini corn'' for
m"in''dii i'arows" for 'un
pllant proposes the estah
pe rmannt reg imenItal Oi
dutairters on or neaur im
-vations a system of
nealr reservations f. r the
repaing I ndian youths
y career andl duities or
nd a higher school, to be
Indian Wecst Point, fo
nianiifs in the dties of
oneiud oflicers to enter re
ons of the measurie wouldI
-s of Character
r'R. S. C,
:ec are all Indians of one-eighth or
more blood, who shall have reached
the age of 21 years, or -who shall
have taken the prescribed oath of a
regular soldier of theUnited States,
to be full citizens of the United States
Subject to a reading and writing test
after 1920 all Indian graduates of the
reservation would be declared full
citizens on reaching 21 years of age.
Testifying before the house com
mittee Dr. Dixon charged that the
commissioner of Indian affairs does
not belieev in Indian citizenship, and
that he had prohibited the delivery to
Indians in some sections of copies of
testimony before the house military
committee in 1917, when Dr. Dixon
argued for the recruiting of ten or
more regiments of Indian cavalry for
ise in the war. Under a ruling by the
ittorney general, the commissioner of
Indian ffairs was held to have the
me power of regulation over the
nail of Indians as the warden of a1
>enitentiary in preventing th'e delivery
)f mail to convicts.
"I ask you to note," Dr. Dixon said,
'that the Indian, in the majority of
ases a ward of the government, was
rented as a convict but still was
-onsidered worthy of being drafted."
The secretary of war opposed the or
,anization of the Indian regiments in
917 on the ground that he did not
avor segregation of troops according
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Under and by Virtue of sundry
':xecutions issued by L. L. Wells,
Ireasurer for Clarendon County, and
o me directed, I will offer for sale on
londay the 1st, (lay of March, 1920,
vithin the legal hours for Judicial
ales, in front of the Court House at
fanning in said County, the follow
ng real estate for taxes:
Simon James, I lot.
P. B. Andrews, I lot.
J. J. Banks, 100 acres.
I. M. Hardy, 40 acres, 1 lot a
Estate I. T. Ilodge, 40 acres, 2
Rufus Watson, Sr., 1 lot.
Thomas E.-Gayman, 5 acres.
II. O. llodge, 40 acres, 3 buildings.
Hattie B. Ragin, et al 57 2-10 acres.!
Edw. Richbourg, I lot.
Sarah Sahb, 3% acres, 2 buildings.
Sarah Dyson, 5% acres.
Est. Samuel Bennett, 100 acres.
.1. E. Carter, 1'/ acres, 1 building.
Virginia Carolina Chemical Co. 75
cres. I building.
IL:rence Richardson, 50 acres, 1
Mrs. Adell Brunson, I lot, 2 build
A aron R'agin, 1 lot.
Willie Rh:.me, 5% acres. 3 build
Cantey Weathers, 31 acres, 1 build
ist. C. .1. Lesesne, I lot.
!achel McFaddin, I lot.
A. W. Weston. I lot.
W. TP. Fleming, 18 acres.
J1. I. Mc! ,eod, 100 acres, I building.
W ll rancies, 210 acres, 2 build
Jiulius lIamto~n, 41 aeres. I build
(:arrc' lHamipton. 41 acres.
Mrs. M4. S. Mc Inttosh. 65 acres.
Al ice Baker 28 ac(res.
J .J. F'ulwood I 00 acres, I buildi ng.
S. A. G reen 58 acres, 2 bu ild ings.
Est. S. D). P'owel~l 150o acres.
8. J1. andl . W. Montgomery 5I,
8. J1. Mcl:veen 50 acres.
San G~ Crove
MIrs. Sne C uz'ack 15 acres. I build
F. H. CGambnle,
Sheriff, C'larendrn County.
County of Clarendon
('OURT' OF COMMON P'LEAS
SUJMMONS F"OP iRTELI"
(Comp jl-'in t Set ved)
~V. TI. Lesesnte, Plaintiff,
e'vy TIintdal andl Wil lie WVitherspoon,
P0' 'fTHE D)EIENDANTS abIove
You are hereby sumatmonedl and re
ju ired to antswer the complaint in this
retion, oif wihich a copy is herewith
terved u potn you, an :tc serve a copty
>f your aniswer to the said complaint
mt th1e subscribier at his oflice in Man.
ing, Sonuth Carolina, with in twenty
lays after the s(ervice thereof, ex
lusive of the damy of such service; and
if you fail to answer the comtplaitt
with in the tint( a foresaidl, the plain
Lifr in this aictiont will apply to the
rour't for the relief demtttanded in the
Dated Janiuary 12 th. A. D). 1920.
W. C. D~avis,
l'o the (Ief(end~anit Levy Tindal:
Yiou will take notice that thte Sum
mo's and Complaint in the above en
itled actirn htas beent tiled in the of
ficc of Clerk of C'ourt. for Clarendon
W. C. D~avis,
Pla intiff's A ttorney.
Jan. 20th. 1920. m-.
+ It Helps! +
There can be no doubt
as to the merit of Cardul,
the woman's tonic, in I
the treatment of many I
troubles peculiar to
o women who have een
helped by Cardul in the
past 40 years, is conclu
sie proof that it is a
good medicine for women
who suffer. It should
eelp you, too.y
-+ The Woman's Tonic -+
Mrs. N. E. Varner, of
Hixson, Tenn., writes:
"I was passing through
theh... My ack and
sides were terrible, and
ble. I can't~ tell just how 1
and where I hurt, about
all over I think ... I
bean Gardul, and my
pains grewv less and less,
until I was cured. I am
Sremarkabl r of for a
mann y age.
I do all my hiouseworkc."
Try Cardul, today. E-76
see how It
DIES FROM FALL
Florence, Feb. 16.-When he jumped
from an incoming passenger train at
the Dargan street crossing here last
night, N. J. Baroody of Bishopville,
was so badly injured that he died later
at the hospital. The man's body was
discovered by a passerby who notified
the police. When found Baroody's
skull was crushed in and he was, of
course, in an unconscious condition.
Baroody was coming to Florence to
visit a relative. The passenger trains
move slowly at this crossing as a rule
and it is thought Baroody, wanting to
save himself the time of going on to
the passenger station decided to leave
the train at this spot even though it
was in motion.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Clarendon
By J. M. Windham Probate Judge:
Whereas, Jane Hilton made suit to
me to grant her Letters of Adminis
ration of the Estate and effects of
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
monish all ani singular the Kindred
and Creditors of the said Moses Hil
ton deceased, that they be and appear
before me, in the Court of Probate,
to be held at Manning on the 1st day
of March next, after publication here
of, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to
show cause, if any they have, why
the said Administration should not be
Given under my hand this 12th day
of February Anno Domini 20.
J. M. Windham,
pd. Judge of Probate.
father, the boys
and girls. It's
he sweet for all
Ss-at work or
d for 2 Years.