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Troops It'articipi i n i It evi lt Leav
Disorder li10hind Them. Numbelr of
Persons" lilled or Wntandled.
Bierlin. .\a~rch 19. -lierlin hlas not
yet siteccIed in eineorg ing from the
(inos into which it was tlr'wi when
Dr. Wolftgang Kapp and his associates
by a cou ('et at. took over (lt govern
mtut I a week ago. .\ith oulght mnost, if
not all, o' tile troops which formed the
hack bonte of ihe' revolt have left the
city propt r, (isorilers contitlted spas
itodically duditig 'I it tiay night and
lu in this periiul.
In :hlbin to furter lluooting. inl
whlichl a numbher 0f Wksm wIr( killed
or imilim ed i t ill.' th'e w .\iil
ton. ihre rl!! rc lut . dail and
on alic-r wal mI , all wo nliedi o
I o'cho i l br by !11,i bs o f thi t i ns
lice s:ae at the soadhouse at the
hra nidlent eI in e. he pollict orderet(d
ani alit nhi! eotrin the ollicers who
wete Irelirredi to have ite. I ml bvirs
oite i fll i e f cl which i e l ieop Bl
fln. to halt. Th-er i a crow a sr
ro nined thi car. an thi oflicers os
0ened tire, with r-evolvers onl civilianls.
Anl arm11orefd motor car* app1Wlere uponl
the scenle andi the soldiers; in it threw
hand ofrtitades into he( oficers' car
and sim ltanlonot sly tel police fired
with their riies upon it. The thre
officers fell 'lead and ilth other toppled
lve,4 w ounded, l 'niter do l in dent was
crowded at tht time. and the x:>os
Ions of the trenlades austed t paln'.
Six ciliviliatnis were wonilded by tlt,
harsting l and wr takien for
meotical aid into clhe s101A ndtlonl.
In the -arly mlaornting lwo ('rsons
were kill ;eci and (ln ea woded
in disorde i ib endi d inl str ae
Witna. Ther was mu1 ch disordehr
last nic t in1 the outlyin sectiont o
liin. inl the' worknwn's disthic aI'st
and north of l-th city, and even in
I hi seml i i-fas inabh-l Sehtou'nenber-.
soetiot. whr it ki' rporded th l'
111n11rn14-4 a rmly ottivers leavinig I he
city on a truck wr draii 'ged off, and
vehlicle by a mlob and severe-ly beatenl
and Several of thFm kilTei.
Keeports froiv ies and owns in
varions part.; of Grmany tell of con
finklued operations by radicals but ill
tometof the cities the radical mti oveal -
mlent setaiemingly is waninil and work;t
men are returning to their jobs. This
is especially true1 inl south Germany.
The expetatio hIad] been Itith a t lire'
idelt. 'lihert and his failOitful minist(rs
would arriv in lerlin today to join
Gus.\tav' Nosk~e, minister or defenlse, and~
Keep Liver and Bowels
Cleanhi a AcIve
A w'aiith "Cascats"l n it
staic hvadht btil i ouess. 'o'ted
Qwick itroementis oterpd After;A Few
aeDoesnetn ofZood in Thown .
'ines attpertilei the in- ac
otrengts. iseaatofchin eaaonheo
thd oyter is, re-ahfeorbf into many
blood. \\enut otains oniee the o
dne rd (Zisou it 'caescn. s
tienad Ziht aduI lti thobi. sayk n
that arytwhile sysatelyaslransedthe
ustooaherov te orko, neid
tud aniore eacs, tand woul eel
bia grat he better Evsndcrr it allnt
that conytiealthd wasbett matteproind as
sons in the h eadchr.el a
th leas arit.' ngh'il url
strihsen yew scitify minTioy
Qofc premeta inogttd ironr cAtft
bnd wits pospZloNronth tivep, n
craseoBX fin apptt, the ongoac
1hsof sentdise arae otlf eache
add oeisare rearpfces tof yohe blood
goresultsi tortied olrlour heks-f
Try red tioay ron Theon. ac
trie ZioZadhs hstosy
outmre eacl daod wouldsfe
a'" OKea etr Ee icei em
Dr~i. Shiiffer, minister of justiee, and ad
them in their efforts to stabilize tle
sitltiloll. 11 nformai fon from *;Sttllt
gart, however. Is to the etfeet that tle
departure of ilt llert government to
the capital has been iostponed and
that its appearance thei'e can not be
ex-pected beforev Siunday and possibly
not until n1ext 'I'itesday.
According to presetnt plans, the na
tional assemlbly members will leave
Stuttgarti in time to attend a niveting
of the assebtly in Ilerlin on Tuesday.
IHope had 1bee enter tailed that with
the overthrow of the short lived Kapp
regimueodiin resemlbling, teen inl
a small Iiias lhose prvaiillng in!
normal times. IlighIlt rttIirn, bull it most
of thiltrir inl fIrlin contiited( to
day t abt I u t ( hemsel ves fromn Ithe irI
tiinitg s VIplies.
V'ntIi I tIhe d it rich d ra ilIroad situIa
tion againi is bruah to normtat, the
Situation w,.ill renllainl acute'. S'om I o )f
the railroads. have mnade attem:1lS tv
restme service, but their efforts have
not proved altogether -uccessfull.
SUL,PI'Rt SPIN(GS 'NEIW'S. *
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.u Ilphuir Springs, March 22.---Messrs.
W. 1). McPherson and .oe W. Saxon
spent last week-end at lirewerton and
Wavre Shoals with friends and rela
tives and report a1 most enjoyable tile.
.\ltr. Clau(d Filniey att endled chirlch
ait .\t. j'!vasant last Sabbath.
Rev. \'ermillion. of 412aurens, -while
conisi"ltd r.bly hriljsedip in Il anl acci
dontl craniking his (.art onl Saturlday,
was al1e t. nwke his appointmiient:'
Saturlda; and Sunlday antd deliver
uno srmneto appre1.1ciat ive audienec
.U4 all 1nd1 Anlniv Silt Cannon
and boher 0!i C!an 1n, v iite
friendths at .tony l'oint and (r('etlwood
S111tIda 110 sut 't1 1(v.
1)i.. Wil~~l''lfllhu Thomson of Rvediy
GrIove, amII through ouri vonlimitiy
on i s way ;o la esSaturday. amu:
Sa.\ 1*he If r ,.d ra e . vry had inl place..
.\11r. I )an W. ('ovingtoll and family.
of .\t. I'leasan: vsie at .\Ir. W. G,
.\artinl's tvunda a! lloon.
Alr Gor~e \''"er.onand Master
Ray .\l'herson, of \lt. Pleasatt.
-. pent Sitndaiy Willh thevir entisin,. W\il
liaml ,D. M-11hersonl.
.\Itr. Ml. 1. ' .Moore of Center Point
(ied II1n last Thti:.s-lay, the i8th, an1d
w\as 'uried the f'.Ilowitng day at Mt.
l'l(asant cemetery at one4 O'Clock.
"t'nl laone'" as lie. was better kiown,
I|akels the third of his family t.o die in)
the last month. .\Mrs. Moore and son,
Willie, pr'elt him to the grave t wo
'weeks i'! onIe n111n1th respostivily. 114
is survived by three dautghters and
I wo sons: \lt s. Fann iv Watson of
lross An11'hIor, .\1l's. Carlt l11tlri t of
l''onttai11hn Inn. M11iss M~1aud Moorle of
'entlr l(' 'oinit, .\lIn toin Moore14 of'I Otonla
l'ath1, and1( I'~rnest Mo1or te, of 12a11relns,
71 r. .\oore w1as a memt1b(er anid deacon
of .\11. P'leasant chiurc(h, a good neigh-.
sympaillth ize with~ thle her'ea ved (chil1drten
We have juist hear Iof Ithle deathI of
our1 ftriend, .\1tr. Gleorge Hlerry71 Malrill.
oIf l'tior'ee. Mr t. M1ati n waS horn and)4
rearedl'4 neatr Center' Poitnt, this enutnty,
whr 11 heCIt4 lived 11nti1 a f(ew yeats ago
whietn he moved~ to Spatanbturtg. 114
wa'ls a1 vet'rani 0f the Warl tletWeen the
.\1at..tonies, whetn only six teen.l lie
wats aI goodr soldier, a kind fathet', a
membitler (If the4 .\lehodist chnrch, and
kept thu f'aith. lie is sur tvived bly his
Owens of laat(nen, and1( Mr ts. Niles
Gentry of Cr'oss Keys, Spartatnhurg
We ate srry' t hat M1rs. Sue T1eague
do(es5 not impr'ove in hea lth as fast as
her' friends wvouldt lIke to see.
PTe Miessr's. Chatmtan, of Cold PoInt.
hlave' movedl their saw mnill to Mr1t. (Gus
Funller's, whete they3 have a nice lot
of logs to saw.
jThe Infant son of Mr. and M1rs.
1Franik Nelsotn was buit 'ed at Mt. Pleas-.
ant last T1hursday. We sympath111Ize
with them In their loss.
Mr1t. and14 Mr1s. Will Jones visIted Mr1t.
lohni 'lagwell's family aIt Water'loo
M1essr's. Stokes and Osle Martin, of
711t. O1lyve, attendeld the butrial of .\11r.
M1. Ii. C. Moore last Friday.
M1iss F'ay 1111 il mt with a very pain
fuil thou gh nor. ser'iouts accident one4
dlay last week, by le'ttinlg one of her
titnger's comile in contact. with the hears
ot' bet' car wh ilC out Itrylng to dilslodlge
the enar from one of our mudt~ holes.
Hlowever', aIfter ge'ttiIng firtst aId treat
mntn shte was5 able to cotinuite her
trip to Waterloo and1( back hom.
Mr1t. Clark, ourt emillent Ti. F. D.
carrIer on No. 2, out from Waterloo,
is on the sick list. 'Mr11. (1. Y. Culbert-.
son is cat'rying 'the mail in his place,
unill Mr. Clark ia abln tn rtnanma .wor.
.bb~evikle Vlris D)eclare Men Hfeld iII
Columlbia Did Not. Commit the As
sault. Men -who Were Guilty of'
Crime Were in Auto.
Columbia, March 16.-The two
young white women who were crim
inally assaulted in Abbeville and who
were brought to Columbia this after
noon to identify the two young men
acused of being their assailants say
that James 13. Wallace, and Lee
lourne, young white men, are not the
men who attacked them last Sunday.
Both of tle young women are positive
in their declarat ons. As Soon as their
statelients had been made, movement
,was begun to get Wallace and lBourne
released from the state penitentiary
where they have been ield since yes
terday. Caplain 1'. W. l'errin, voter
an of it'l lecourt, of Aheville county.
is here and says lie will take the
youn1g men back to Greonwood illom.
row morning if legil proceedilre (nill
"Give" and "Get."
The two little words "give" and
'gt" sumup thlie O differing ereeds of
varth 1and4 Ithe ambi11tions (if mank:11ind.
'i'ose who rIi en gerl to oestow, to en
rich the worlbi nrotil them, to bless,
to help, to u1pI it, cionst It le the one
einss. 'lhe other erowd grasps every
thling' for self, only Its own.
011! EACH DAY
A LITTLE MORE
1lnrry- Let, "laiderlin" save your
hir am111 doubple Its beaulty.
To stop falling hair at one and
rid the scalp of every particle of
dandruff, get a small bottle of de
lightful ")anderine" at any drug or
tolet colinter for a few cents, your
a little in yoir hand and rub it Into
tle( scalp. Aft sr several applieation.s
the hair u11sually stops coming out and
you can't find ally dandruff. lielp
your hair to grow strong, thick and
long and become soft, glossy and tiwice
as beautiful and abundant.
The Special Six
hlIspped writh a poer 'tful, highly cronomical and (f(fiernt
50 11. 1>. split-hr(al motor, of StIudebaker dcs.ign ( and manul
factiur . with improved carburclor and intake manifold. this
Serjie 20 81IAL -SIX N ives erctry assurance of it (ir rIady
for (1nym eimrycy. . Its 119-inch. .eheelbase makes possibic
thc comfortblc, roomy, fivc-passenger louring car .hody. Ein n
iritk its high-poeered motor and spacious bmiy the 81'\(CI AIL.
SIN Iouring car ireiyhs but -2,850 pounds.
Its stafndar(d equipment is compIle, including cl lihils(i at
the coolncrs of the windsh.ied; walnut streriny wheel and in
strument board of the same finish; outside and inside door
handles; tounCn light with. conveniin ertension; en inle
leather upholstery; Gypsy top wilh oral plate glass windows in
the rear; anl cordi tires. The body is a beautiful 81udebakcr
We only have a few SPI EWAlS left. Our advise is to buy
loday--you may not be able to get them. later.
IllIS IS A ST4llBAKI YEAR
F. A. FULLER
LAURENS, S. C.
(easter is bres=up
--and, somehow or other,
our friends expect us to
greet them in new clothes
at Eastertide-and soEast
er has come to be Na
>tional Dress-up Time.
HIGH ART CLOTHES
Mlade b~y STROUSE & BRO'PN'IRS, Inc.,
for Easter live up to their
for style, for finish-for all
fine points for which they
have always been noted.
Glad to show them to you.
arton Clothing Company
CASH CLOTHIERS-."SUITS ME"
Greenwood, S. C.