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Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, South Carolina
1mce In Peoples Bank Building.
a. B. DIAL A. C. TODD
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J. It. L A K E, Gen. Agt., &ccy. 'reas.
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. L.Timnman, Pleasant ILane, S. C.
J. C. lartin .. .......Princetoll, S. C.
W. H1. Whiariton ........Wate rloo, S. C.
.1. 1R, B LAKE, Gen. Agt.
Greenlwood, S. C.
k.. L. Featherstone WY. B., K night
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Long Officer Casualty List
Hundred and Eighteei
Fort MIll, Jan. 9.-Through the
courtesy of Lieut. Col. Thomas' B.
Spratt, The Sate's correspondent was
privileged to examine, cop1es of field
orders covering the instructions to
the One Hundred and blighteenth In
fantry, Thirtieth Division, coniposed
of the troops from South Carolina, and
reports of the operations of the regi
ment between the periol from October,
5 to October 20. the perliod during ,
which the iind'enburg line was first I
broken by' these troops and their ob
jectives obtained. There are also
original inaps which were used on the
field showing by annotation the pro
gress made by the troops as they went
foiward on their objectives. I
The orders contain a wealth of de
tail which seenm to cover every contin
gency from the laying down of the
first barrage to the disposition of the
dlead, woilnded and prisoners, and;
show the particular dui ty of each arim
of the service, including artillery, ma
chille ginI detachlellents. aeropliales,
vavalry, water supply, food, first i'd,
and ali in such aur'tlle de0tail that
the inmi( tralined to the bulsine--ss
Iholm d f14 it) no<ifficlty in any conltinl
gncyl0'. ''le muass of this infortltllclion
Is StaggIer ing to the lay minl ail imtli
ates tIhe n(eessity for skillful trailling.
Thet orders originating Withi thev hirhl
cmIlllnld com( e (1 lown by grais aint
are wvritttnI u1siailly ill 01 las's excepi
by 1t miia jors of battalions who assein
ble thevir ociltupay comminantlers and
plrsonally go throgh'll their order.
The reg-iment left le Mevsnil Where;
it had been 'tationed for two days fol
loWing the opet'itions at IielIicour1t
oil October 5 ani was iloved by bus
colivey Rolnssoy, .ma rehing thence to
the trenches south-west of Nauroy.
On the same night it Imtceeded to the
vicinity of Wontrehain and took. over
the lines of tle Twenty-first. and
Twenty-seventhI infaitry lattalions
and the second Pioneer Battalion, A
F'. F. The line was continually
harassed by artillery fire on both front
anti flanks, but in spite of this the po
sitions were improved and the lines
advanced in sone instances, while a
ift ) pri son.e rs Wore captured by r'aids
iOnl enemly posts, by parlties fromn the
Thirid lattalion. 01 the following
tilorning. Withi the coopieration of the
Oneo 11l1in(11re1 and Sevventevnlh In fan
ltry, on th e lft, the regi 1uent 'llai
an ;ulVanilce of 1,1(11) yards on a 74M
yarl front, with the ail of a creeping
hbtaae ath slitffere few (asuailtie's
in th oiperation. This operatioll was
for hIII' 1ijrpose of sIraightell ing oit
IIh e i li i provilling a J jtpitg ofl
he ' i
Them ode ( s'1 for' this at talk 'amell inte4
and.t in t' a bsence of Colonel' Wolft,
wlelt nightl itn the prleplarationI in
order'i Ithat thitere shou~tld lht no dielay.
1l(1we(vt'rI, ther wasIii little' time afterm
lilthetreceipt (If tiht or'dr sinIce the at
tack was to bl'gjn at 5 o''lockl in the
Shly 3 afllir this hourll tile re4giment
stont on1 the( right and the One Ilunl
drled and Seventleenthl Infantry 41 n t'
left and breaking itrough lte Ilinden
burg h tlneavanted to1 a depjth oi(f 5,5444
'ard I n01 a fr'ont (of 2.500l y'ards (ap
bleyond~ on ai Iwo hlItailior) front, tihl
Thei :al an .1'was assisted'l by I tnks
andl art illr barragct. 'lTte adlvance of
thel left It lollo wa sI seady, lbut thlit
S :Il in lt' luin lg, wileI the ton
tligent obljeIt ivl' was reachedt ablout
r'esislance' was miainliy of imacine gunl
fir' and artI illry, the latter' In someit
inst ance1s firin11g OVer 1'open' sightsI at
ato th111 Ile re'gim n c1411L aptur ied iI; 1'
seveely(i in ('tnualtijes o wIng to lthe
dif~lliult lSIl t ' be (orco and1 to thei
we ntI forward(1II to thi~ir ob -ii~ ''Ives wvithI
en I ti diSregard o( f e'xposure1 or I iml
Th'ie ('nsually list sholws the namesil'
et'rs k illed iln act Ion: (Capt. A. Zane
i'y'les, r'egimen~ltal adjuitanit; Capt. WVII
li WV. Jones of Company I,; Iair'st
FIet. WX. A. Hudl~gens., adjutitant, ThiIird
lat talIon; First I~lcut. P. 11. 'N. -lar'le
(If Company M; First.Lleuit . WIIIliam A.
Bluiloy of Company I; Firpt ileuit.
Geor'ge F. Read of Company F, IFirst
ladent. William K. Frampton of Com
pany D, Secondt Lint. heany i'n.
RICE OF VICTORY
Shows Heroic Work of One
ith Infantry in Break
g Lne-Many Make
of Company M, Second Lieut. Roper E.
Farmer of Company K, Second Lieut.
Tillman H1. Smith of Company F, Sec
ond Lieut. William 0. tSevenson of
Company A, Second Lieut. William M.
Jones of -Headquarters Company and
Second Lieut. Charles Roehrig of Com
Those wounded or gassed were Maj.
Ileyward Mahon, Jr., commanding the
First Battalion; Mlaj. J. H. Howell,
commanding the Third Battalion;
Lieut. Paul ' E. Bradshaw, adjutant,
First Battalion; Lieut. S. M. Willis of
Company A, Capt. Linds L1. Ligon of
Company B, who commanded the First
Battalion after Major iMahon was
wounded; Capt. Arthur Lee of Con
pany D, who commanded the First Bat
tallon after lCapt Ligon was wound
ed; Capt. J. T. Crawford of Company
C, Capt. Samuel W. Parks of Company
G, :who was succeeded in turn as they
were wounded by Lieutenant Dozier
and First Sergt. Frederick Nims;
Lieut. T. 11. WIggs of Company H, Capt.
Iliran Ilutchison of Company K, Capt.
Robert WN. IHudgens of Ileadquarters
Companiy and Lieit. George 0. lailey,
commaiinding the macilhie gun com
01lIer wounded by shell fire, ri file
bullet or gas wer as follows: First
LI leut. Ith hard S. Geostord of Coma
iny .1. First lteut. .lames Anderson,
intelligence otileer of 'Iltird lnt tialion;
Pirst Lieut. Ilarry P. Wickes of Com
pany L, Fl i-st Lieut. ien ry E. Itihli of
Ileadquarters Company, First Lieut.
Sam J. Ioyall of Ileadiluarters Com
pany, First Lieut. James C. I)ozier of
Company (, First Lieut. .laies .
Selhi -Ving of Ileadquarters Company,
First Lieut. G. A. Neutffer, -Machine (umn
Company; Second Lieut. John 11. low
ard of Company II, Second lieut. ). ''.
Smith of Company G, Aecond Lieut.
Zebulon B. ''liornburg of Company F,
Second Lileut. Paul F. Newell of Com
pany G, Second lileut. IEdgar L. Mc
Neil, Machine Gun Company; Second
Ileut. Jess M. Barton of Headquarters
Company, Second Lieut. Jerry B. Fen
ton of Company 1), Second Lieut. Carl
'P. Prause of Company I, Capt. E,.
Steward, adjutant, Signal Battalion;
First Lleut. W. W. Wingo, IIeadquar
ters Company; First lieut. Paul C.
Bradshaw, adjutant, First Battalion;
First lieut. Ilarty G. Kessen Ich, Ilead
(luarters Company; First LieuJ. Joe F.
Smiith, of Compa ny I), Pirst LAeut,
llen ry P. Ledford, -. R. 1 . ; irst
Limit. Itr1-man E. Moore, Ml. It. E.;
lirst Lieut. Jlohn It. Wiggs of Com
inity 11. Second Livt. Alfred O'Neal
of Comiany 1I, Second LAieut. Allas .l.
I'I(kett of ('omtpany ), Specond ILieut.
Robert ML. Maxey of Company L, Capt.
L,. L. I gon, Fir-st lat talion ; Ftirsi
I eu t. Ed w in L~. It ughes of Comnpniy
A, Flirst 1Lieut. Sweany I. Bliackmari
of (Comp~any Ft, First Lieut. Geor-ge C.
Railey, Machine Guni Company; First
blent. Wallace D. Wilkinson of Ala
ciIne Gnun Company; Fitrst IIent, ia
id I. Penland of Company F, and
Fir-st bLeut! Job B. K~oon of Company
Company E was commanded by
(Calit. Rtichar-d A. Fulp dui-ng the firist
fight and later- by TAceut. Lawlor-, Cap
tain Vul p ha'Ving been sent to thle
staff- school to take a special coourse
in staff wor-k. iThis is the only com
hat comptlany that dlid not loise Its com
manod ing ofilleer. and thie Second 1lint -
tatlion.- comnman ded by Alaj. Lihndsay
Al~a ddein of Iitwk 11111, is thle onilIy
battalIon that did( not lose biothi its
tmajior aind adljitanit. Captain (;illsie
succeeded Major- I owellI in commtiantd
of the Third flat tal Ion and 'was recomi
miendled for pr-oiiotion to lie major;
(Catpt. L,. L. 1Lgon succeeded Major
Xl ahIon in -ommantd of the Ftirst Itt
Iil ion and when he wias gassed was
succeeded by Caplt.- Airthurii Lee. (Caplt.
WV. I). Workmitan. whlo had bieenm made
a major aind acted as brmigade adjui
tanut of thie Stixtleth ItTriga de, was tater'm
assignedi to command thtis lint tal Ion.
('apt. Ralp J)1.. Ramer- of And erson,
the liopular- and efilclent commander- of
the maclilae gun comnpany, was de
ailed as a special instructor in the
ar-my school of the linut and the man
(-hlne gun c-omnpany was commandedl by
L~tiiut. Geor-ge C. Halley. The Iilead
urtiniIers, (ComiPany, (-ommnande-d hiv
('aplt. R~obecrt W. ildgeins, souffered
very heavy easualties. a nd the iffer~
c-it spec Iall1y tri-nned mtent wet-e arimed
with ritles antd 'iot to treinfor-ce t- die
idetIed in fary '~( conatles. ('alitin
Iiiilens was assined to the comn
nmand of Company GI wlIhl had lost aill
Its oflleirs. IHe commltianidd- thIiis cotm
pmny In an abile manner dlur ing sov..
eralI days of the hot test fight ing, ex
posIng hImself fea rlcessly and coining
through safely. A fewv days later-.
whIle In regimental headquar-ter-s In
Hlohtain, Captain Hludgeuns wvas sever
(-onnuennd on Unara Threen.\
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I 33 YEARS
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On ccount f shortage of clerical help
and the h' h prices we are having to
pay or otton seed and labor, we are
fore d o turn our products into cash as
quic as possible. So we are selling
meal and hulls FOR CASH ONLY.
PRICES ON HULLS AND MEAL
Hulls . . . . . $1.00 per hundred
Meal . . . . . . $2.75 per sack
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