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21ONiNEE G AND MEN
U(nernlI Marches lit Heil of Viitoiis
Flet'st lvision. ITh ree lour Parade
npo, &t.17. -iloarse( wNithl
Iit tI ean rc teul tonighlct
at it haul paitd frimlonor Ito
J. PersAhing and the tight
he ist Division.
\ na ictry pa r de :!
-ni d ;, rly three l -mr a r-oll
2j1 .ared i'ory. glls and hcor
peir' l e.lt'r trucks( had polured
ii nsylva1nia AvetItue Withoti
ek or. halt to pass the revi ew:nig
.tand where Vice Presidnlt \l a rsI t,
r( preseiting President. Wilsonl, r'e
vivew d fit e tro-ps.
Thel( wide street ran b)ack full with
its gim, living tide of fighting power
and organization: and as tite greal
pag eaItws unI, rIS1 olled before their Ie'yes
tie huni tidreds of thouisandtis of people
wto formited those banks roared and
shrieked with prid Inde ald aproval, IIe,
sound of their cleetring slowly dwild
ling at the ntid, but only from i physi
Riding at the head of the mighty
(olunit, General PersIhting was carried
forward along the whole line i ttarch
as thoth on0 a wave of sOund as tie
Iation uid city gave him) his fortmal
greeting. To no Ainerieain since Ad
irtital (eorge )eiwevy came home in
triumilph fromt .\anila has such :n ova
tion been 'indered. Nor has tte eind
yet come: for tomtorrow congitess 'will
fr:Tnelly add.i...rits to Ithat of IhS
city and the nation and() with business
put Io onc sid. tender t.he' vx11e'dition
ary committtandle a forial reception at
Never has Washington witnessed
such a itmilitary iageant as that which
ltoday floouiod its great victory way.
cIen in nuiibers have niirched Ithre
in review. but never has the full omtp
and panoply of war beent tlus given to
Fresh froni the loyal t ribt Iid
ttetmt In New York, the imten of' tht
First DiiAson mar11ched withi full
fi t 1ing;. (1-11 1i1m(1n1. Froml thet pond
(roit2 six-inch howilzi-'er oft the artil
Wtry to ithe dimintivlie one poliers
and grotestlue French moos he full
Strenlgtl of tli divisiontal art illery was
there. Froml th Ilhick clustered bayo-.
nlIs of th infiantry mltasses. to itthe
,,rim) linles of unachille gun miounted
11motor rucks. the slttall armls of Ithis
girat lighting unit wver'e on display:
and frlomn the( lum11bering inlihes of hood
ed supply and lt] itu1111)ion1t ruck;s to a
roaring, vlatterintg cavalcade of w\hip
pet tanks, the fools of every 11hase of
lodern warifare were i'e'iel'senitd.
in atddition to tihe division's own
eqluipmlet, speelal seIv ice detach
mvelts frotm the ngineers, a tIloon
briidge section, a m otri m:c-hinte
shop with its plant's anid drills in Imo
tion, and i'vein a Illobile tlundry uniI,
weril'e in line. It was ti' moist vom
!1h t1- mlilitary display af femlptedsic
.he war, lacking o ly tice gr:r -a nls
to mlakev a comnposite viewv of ih,- wl-ne;
warc1 army~t fort as thte theousands rInp
<d by lolow. 2teir comricades i'.e i
dip .ud an m irtc e! Ild i in dozee 'f air1
cu.ibo eo m-wked h .a e
* ri ie tI b ib . ,,.l ii
li a h. nhd(] (et* r in titaorI
ati hi5 c l 1l e -,-.l . 't ltl ;!rom-hi
roud af, t. e l t iltit o t riurt. li, wasil
til"i 'to ahl( to kic att Stim infntr y c
trudgin sr hiy alo i :byalt te
hcat .of to trowd wemilit out.lnwy
rhairmntd'tted ees inan 2oer,' il1s.
fu h l enth of ic c Sth na't i on.a ti
aI naprovd in~l httle.i Ticetr e Iltoars
atld ll wher 1 altunit hadlocht, andii
sithe'm ot the Fch lla ltst
lon thrl throull liferyhI spetato.hi
mwastcgiveias ty rodeiby dinci mtor
1 ars. And ttgro up Ftein7 ialid
chairs Ii0o under th t tr e'ofa ar jusilt(2t
weuel length (in tei c'sre tIr witont
tlhes cur wIth51l furecs iov 'er fbout
tot'm tee flwedn Ii hasn burent
ofli ii sym ay andsA erid l fro the thous-l t
cand: groued abou:1 ! t.dwtI lihey were
of ihter fo the itgs mlgitry hatsni,
then whrst o unds wttila kinlt tem
long fromnt ii ife.~ Th(~e litagtla ofh
manr.hn reet wemoint ed tot
ti'on throw ) af Forn 7.'se winh
wer arm~uosedthe crowretd itze witha
alot te sameti' affct 'io trane feols
for thes eeiapon tri t haavgien t
theymoIuflged badltind weih then m21d
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FDjmIR,NKJ inl W;i Mtjesfy tkAMrCH n
Opera House Friday, This Week
with snp ier steaming wi the kettles. sir the f(Wti (iilio us
Ii windin.ig np the ceremonies of re- with his return from France.
c(litionl to General Piershin oor
row, COnertM will Ileet inl loilit scs- Coldo Cause Gip ard Influenza
sion. the 111cmber's ol Ile sena te LAAIVE BROMO QUIMNE Tnbicts remove the
marchini g in a body to the hnse . There is only ono "Bromo Qinine."
eha ilir' m' he pt tjow. Srrat E. . GOVES oignetttro 00 box. 30e.
c'hambe11rwr for the purpose. IS o 1, i li Gentor
lumis rsi-tpo- of the sn
niev, and( Speaker Gillet0t willdlir
at e atd Spake (;icr V~jl ceiii () ' Debitors anid Creditors:
the addresses of w iome. while Formi- .\If rsons having claims or di
rards against the estate of x. te.
er Sicakit (hatip (~rtk"iii~~I P(oole, (Qceasc(j, wiii present, them to
the formal thaiks of congress to (G(enl- Ile(, lv attested. and
eral Pershing 'Ind is n as ex ) all 1 persons lt(1leiltcd to the said estate
w ill Mrake paYmen~t to the undersigned.
ed inl th Joint resoluition aMI JANdy i IANI),
aloptcd. Witi his owl reply eer Administrator,
fSept. 5 fo, 1919. Suti ter, S. C.
Persiaueg will Tlosh te s n cereo"ioDm Q n n8-4t
RUN OUT OF ENGLAND,
GOES TO SEE KAISER
Former iember of IBritish Parlintent
Visis Bill llhelizollern ti, Amer
Anierungen, Sept. 20.-Ignatilus Tr'i
Hich Liicolnl, forinier tmember of lie
iriiti.-l parlitaiment and G( rm111an4 agilt,
who lie weeks ago was released from
IIrison i nglInl4d, arrived at Aieron
n yster'day. lIincoln was accomji
ImnIed by a (rmhaln, who registered
at a hoel i as "i er .\nderson" about
whitose' Identity there is 1much secrecy,
buit who is believed to occupy a prom
inent iPost among the inonarchists of
lAIncoln told the Assoclated Press
correspondlent that he4 cotild say nloth
Ing about the object of his visit.
On his arrival at Amerdngen from
Berlin, by way of the llague, where
ithey wb're in conference with prolmi
nent Germans, Jilncoln and Anderson
were met'by General 1ommers, who
succeeded(l General von 0Essdorff as the
former kaiser's chief aid, and today
there was a conference at Bentinck
castle, during which it is reiort.ed
Lincoln saw the former German ruler.
Since his deliortation from Entgland
and his arrival In Berlin, Lincoln has
identified himself with the German
faction favoring the return of the
County Superint dent oFducation
As the la rrccts I will be
ou1t of ily office Onl Tthi ursday
and Friday of each week visit
Ing schools. Those having bu1si
ness with me41 may find me at
my oflce onl other days.
R. T. Wilson
Superintendent of Education
Dr. CIas.. Cromer
~ ~~ WA IRAD)UA TE -
VETERI ARY SURGEON &DENTIST
Service Day and Night
Will Appreciate Your Patronage.
Teekphones: Jeside-ce 201; Ofi5e 5
Office at Posey's )rug Store.
a m 6io=m N
PLANT GRAIN and COVER CROP NOW
It is youlr dlty t sow cov crops and grain for the benefit of
your land and fer I d ne. .pring. A few dollars Invested in good
seed now will be . ' t iundreds of dollars next spring to your
land In the forn, vegetable matter. You can'it afford to buy any
but the highest seed. We have nothing but tested, re-leaied seed.
Buy now and sow with the first rains.
Per bu. 10-bu. lots
Leap's Profille Wheat ........ .... .... .... ....$2.75 $2.75
Appler Oats (home grown) .... .... .... .... ...1.40 1.35
Fulighui Oats (soie grown) .... .... .... .... 1.90 1.85
Texas Oats, from best seedmen in Texas .... .... 1.20 1.15
Abruzzi Iye .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... 3.1 0 3.30
Turf Oats (very best for grazing) .... .... .... .. 1.60 1.60
W inter Barley .... .... .... .... .... .... .... 2.60 2.50
Alfalfa .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .. per lb. .35 .32
Crimson Clover in chaff .... .... .... ....per lb. .171/2 .17%
Crinson Clover, clean .... . .... .. .....per lb. .25 .22
Burr Clver .... .... .... .... .... .. .... per l). .121 .10
Augusta Vetch .... .... .... .... .... .... per lb. .15 .13
IHairy Vetch .... .... .... .... .... .. ....Ask
Itape .... .... .... .... ... .... .... ....per lb. .20 .18
lied Clover .... .... ... .. .... .. . . ....Ask
Iawn Grass .... .... .... ..... .... .... ....Ask
Reference--National Loan & Exchange Bank.
FARIS SEED COMPANY
Headquarters For High Grade Seed
GREENWOOD, S. C.
Moe ha 75,000 SatisfiedUsr
DELCO-LIGH-T vm.c degned: aind butAIt by men who It required five years to develop a plant that would
We. e ri~sed in farm homes--who experienCed the dis- measure up to thCse specifications.
c tomf orts and inconveniences offarwmiife--and who set out There were five years of hard engineering effort back of
deliberately years ago to develop an electric plant that DELCO-LIGHT before the first plant was put on the
would provide city advantages for rural Communities, market three and a half years ago.
They were the same men whose engineering talent had Today DELCO-LIGHT is furnishing the conveniences
made DELCO Stairting, Lighting and Ignition Equip- and comforts of electricity to more than Seventy-five
mient for automobiles the standard of the world- ~ Thousand farm homes.
They knew electricity-and they knew the needs and I spoiiga bnac fcen rgt cnm
limitations of farm life-ialeetilihfothshoe.Iisunsigpwr
They knew that an electric plant to give service in a topm waeprteasig acnchne
farm home must be simple, so that it would not get out artvcumleereeticroikngmhn,
of order and require complicated repairs--adohrsal a'iey
It must be easily operated and require little attention- c-n culypyn o tefi ieadlbrsvd
It It prvidibe veryundaonomicaleninrogereconom
-and muhe smalmamacainery.
fl&~ Domestic cy-anderactuColyaypaDaygoforOitselafeis timeFand.UlaboP oauet.
Itmutgeeuit tosadhrVsgeadi utls
A coplee elctrc lght nd owe plat fr fams nd ounty hmes
self-cranking-. 4ir cole-bl Ierns n t-n n lc O
% l-Thc PlsLn ie atr-RN NKRSN
PiedontEle. Se. C., 37 N Man S., Geenill, S.C.,(Deler
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