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CLEAR CALL TO AMERICANS
Yoar 1920 Should Be Remembered by
All as Anniversary of Establish.
ment of Free Institutions.
Distloigukihed Amerleans, Including
WVlliam 11. Taft t ( :s lglhes a
('3r1dinll1 Gibbions. hae ppealed to
thleir fellow, entnvy~nn o eiembet'
: - t::s at any
Isuitable t h e b' n i: .tI ttue .1 the
estabhislishmitt of, frt instlitlionis in
Aierlea. A ; ' year is 1920. Thre
hi.rtd.l years :am l: ining the 20th1
of last .1111y. ti14'r4 v.%ts being held InI
Jamtowntt~tt tolo: of \'rginha, the
first Aiatricni ltslath te assemlily
called by freet meat'n of IawfuI age atild
und1ferstanchti1g. Uld dur11i g this tingev,
With :I(iv r nan at it 11brth hotir,
the i'iigrims froin 1i:natil after a
tvelve yars' sy juini i 0 lilatd were
makilng ready t1 ti'tlish inl Ith ew IiV
World a home of rit ious freedomi.
One yar' afit tia- Virgilianis met,
this l'iigita haoti set sail for Amr
fea, darting f'rom ieyd, I tollanid.
July m0. 1, n. I uirilinrmtore let it not
lhe f'orgotii tel tha.t Nov. 1. is not oily
tle ill Ii versal ry day of sign I iig of Ile
A\1Ila -ll r entupactl, S041nml1 assumplll
tion by -:nghsh colonies li Amieica
of the unallenadle right of self-govern
ment, but it, is also o* the signing of
the armilst lee closing lit great wvar
il w-'h ich, as the above representative
spoko'lliesm polint oil, tie descendants
of the I'ilgrlms of New England alnd
the cavaliers of Virgilia aid ther'
kindred crossed the sea atil won lib
crty together. A year w-itht an liii
perative challenge to renew policles-of
Americanization and palriotie conse
cration Is 1920, and 1no community
should lie without Its religious and
civic expressionIn a icknowledgmten t of
the past and In deilication to t.he fu
Landmark to Be Preserved.
The Aliin tree, in minark of the
Old 21ulltn traIl, the first highway
connecting Monitma and Idaho with
tile coast, will be preseirvei to postei- -
ty through the creation of a national
nonuiient area by tle president. on
July -1, ISM1, Captiain .hn11 11ulIan,
leader of thc pao-yI- having Inll charge
tile survey an111l constr eltion of the
Mull4naitrail from Walla W.ala, Wash.,
to Ft. Benton, 1ont., closted his work
at the coniect iog point of the rot ad
from the east and vist, ikt the hiteaid
of the Fourth of July Co nnyon. ie.
tween Wallace, Idaho, anid (Oeur
d'Alene. Idaho. Thert lie trkel up
propriately a iigo white Join e trete,
whilch since that timi has hitben known
as the Mullho tre.. Toulrists seeikit
Souiv-ijrs of thtilr .inuth ailo Ihe
Yellmwstonie trail have d0eiar:w.d the
aelient: tree so nitelh that for-st se'i'v
fee oileers have foltind it II-es4:a ry
to take stops to proteet it. an11d to ti
compndilih this have suhitiiitu'd a 1-tI
tion prolposingr fiat a tiattinal i -
In lit area id. \'-nta ti, v h-l, has h'
alpprovel.-Kanitzas City .14urnial.
The Family Knew.
A cetIin urit'ty ung mn ofteni
,calls oi i 4-tin-.111 yot i wiotin, but
ncvpr yet has lie .'ver takei lir to a
pIcture show oi out rillin In his
fatomoilt ir i'veP n to th uonr torttg
store for i(e(- creat. Tl.. family haM
noticed and( ofteni coiinno(t on what
r they term hi "S tinies," and aill
,pbefore the youn.g wi.oa's tn-VP.
2.Now, te othe nii' ght thle t en-year
Oldl younogst er was In th e livinug room
hyhuile the y-oung mutn was inaliniw. The
$caller, who was sit tig close~ to thle
;freplatce andit stretchinog forth isl
Ithandis to thle chie'.rfuil bhze, smblienily
I.said, "Oh, how I do love to sIt betfore
~your -lrelaice andi tinik, thinki---"
!! .Lke a Ilaish camtie a qutick In Itrrup
Itlon from the teni-year-oldler. "Tinki I
-thIrik of how youi tare savinig tomney
~by sittIng here," lie soaid.--idianapoiis
2.. Wireless Experiments.
9 Valptable experlients In wlireless te
degr-aphy arue beilng -ondutlted by the
F'reni war sloop Aldehbarani, whleh
has b 5in cruIsing In the P'acne ,near
the liathami anid Bounty islands.
Oeutant Guilerre, wireless expert,
(will p bably subtmit the result of hls
exrtrients to thte lpternaiiotiol wire.
ies ~Cioference In Wa'.hilngton
ho ti*f Ie states that the wireless
~ecep on" In New Zealtand from
~renchl Instrumennts Ia of speclal In
,erest to contInental experts, as New
-ealandi Is practIcally the antipode' of
~rance.: It Is clailmed that the Alde
taran Is carryIng out for the first tIme
i' truly compilrehienlsve system of
bieasurlng the strength of "recep
ion, athough an Amrelean had
~loneeredl the way In thIs respect.
PhIlippIne Sugar Industry.
Five modhern sugar mIlls are pro
seted i Negros, P. 1., with atta
'en mills wIth a capacity of 3,000 tone
cane. daily are already in ((pers
on In this dhIstrict. The movement
r better effulpmenlt and organiza
on In sugar centrals Is lIkely to con
nue until ever'y sugar dlistrict capa
o of sutpporting a central Is supplIed
Ith modern mills. The general rate
payment hnade by the centr'als to
e farmiers for their cone Is 55 per
nft of the value of the sugar ob
The Doughnut Band.
Twenty young Salvation army 1as.
aes who cooked dloi ghinuts for the
~diers In France have organIzed a
aind In Philladelphla,
in the Game of LIfe.
~W~~ a man plays the deuce It b
n~tently his last card. - Boston
TYPICAL OF EAST
City of Adana Redolent of Filth
Conditions and Sights Such as Would
Make an Occidental Samaritan
Faint, Though inhabitants
Placidly Endure Them.
We stopled for two (lys at Adana,
the seni'e of the great itassneres of
3.19, whenlit more than1t twenty thlousiind
Armueniuns were imurdered, and where
agai In 1915 many thousands were de
por'ted and imany shlin. Aditn Is 100
feet albovt the seat and w'e' haid been
at 7,000 feet 'a few hours earlier, so
that the lint tippeared to be torrid,
writ'es Ma). Gen. .amtes G. Ilarbord in
the World's Work.
Adin is Ith' prinelpl city of Cill
cla, a vast IIIluvini plaoin. oie of the
Muost fertile regions in tile world. Its
lant in the (dry season is terrifle. The
soil is lis fine and imipit1al1e as flour
wild i dlog trot inlg down the street
raises nouth dust to hide a motorear.
WN'hat a inotorenr does to a pedestrian
eln lie guessed.
Near tle station a group of pensants
were iniaking roof tiles in t le sane
milanner in which they were ma1 tilou
Rands of yeairs ago. The houses have
lat roofs, I and people sleep on tliei at
night as tlIy did in Biblienl times.
iT'e inar k(t inl hazar stiet of Adann
is typincai of life in the East. Every
iglit , souni and sm seli selms repre
Rent ed tlre. The streeLs are cro ked
and vary from fifieen to tiirty feet in
wi dt h1. h'lie shopos o either side opel
bIroailly to the street, and the wares
ire (lispityed inler c'onid itionis tI hait
would Itunke anl occidenitni sanlitarian -1
Down the street (o'mesm i dlil.1pidIlate(
rietorii of the early '10s with a smll
('nnt whipped by t wild-looking Turk.
P'e'destrialls seuirry out of the way aind
'lodge in front of a "tin lizzle" driven
1y a 1inssionary. British siklis stialik
lown street slifily saluting the foreign
iflievrs. Aln Armenian of the Frelnchi
Ir'lental le'gioii strlls alung with a -su
A bmalhoy peddli ig leionaile imade
)f llitet's aitiil carried ont his lbaick in a
rery dirty j1ar wvith a lng spouiteu
IIIn vr Ills shoilder ttris to sell the
Am uerieans :1 drinuk. Ills glasses are
'arribl In a a smiiall rack w'orl ari'onldii
ilist, al arie noft elenne;d bweN
Iriniks, nut. inuich It an11y tiln'. lIls
raiNsuetions a *e not usuzially foir ensh.
At nn 4114-1 : -) hos rieliveIrs at drink,
akes a piece -hlk froin) biehi1ilnd his
I'lr. steps: lisltn onl the wall heV
-be iht1 41al.r 1,11a4ill nmke a mark
hev Is 411it of si t he Arlliin:i to
Aholy S111114. at the observing, Ann-ri1
a .steps to) tho wall, 111.1k:t4n1 th1 rnh
atti hi' hlal l nreully erailu es li.'the
lIast t1lly 11in rk.
ell id w il il fillk over fruit andul0
''g ble' alid le over pric's with
lthe voruleir. Iv' and 'li-re s:1 ill
Ihblesone stonel( shh-walk
1,46ale, fin. ownward In the sun and
The haz:ir stre't ends on the iver
ban11k, 1111 (n seis the sIurce of the
'ity waitei supply. The dlionikeys statld
in thie stroam whie tihe waiii r lli.'r
fills his .htris by diliping amionig thle
Thel i'Ive'r, a strnegtp~ .iI0n yarid s w idte,
has a stonte bidleu, (if wlehl t'radi iti
'liys tihiat It wvas repadi'd b y Emiperoi'
Tiust iian~ moire thanii a thouisandi yeiars
Truth and Conscience.
Ani unislined l'tte ir, w. ih 40' ('('nts
"A lifttle' contr112ibuin t) the( 'COln
"Dur11inzg It' SIipper'y f I''lh ctle
biration In 1Inianpol Is somue monit ths
aigo I htad ou'itsion to purt'ihaise-and
extenitt of 40O cenlt s front thle man11 In
clharuge oif your 'on(essiont.
"Nelther of us having the proper
chtantge we 'let It go' for thle moment.
I forgot it'.
"'Ti-uthI' hieing thle slogan in t hits
faIr "Ity thIs wee'k, I am glaid I'm
here to r'eimbiursqe you.
"PlIease piut the Iiuelosedl In the~ prop
er plac(e."--Indianaltl~lis N'ews.
To Call the Roll Over Again.
Two negro soldIers had a slighlt dis
agre(eent the other ight, and as thtey
waxedt weary otf eachl othit's 'omupany
I heard :
"A w, w'hy dlon't y" all stop);pesk-erln'
tne, mtni? I het y'iill's gonna have
someho'ltly pattlin' ytil In de face wIt' ai
spade fo' mo'nin' if yuhl dlon't gli 'wa
fruml mue, dat's whuit !"'
ils Indignant compllanion repilied:
"Tirash, ilssein t' met; It's 'leben
o'clock ntow. An' if ya'Il doin't make
tracks 'way from dis nigger, tie deb
bi's gotnio "live ter call rol! call all
oeri 'gainl oilht', just 'counit 01) one
low-down nto-cotunt i"-Raltimiore $un.
Rare Chance for Bc!d Bandit.
As quielttly ats piossibile a dIozen min
in t wo small motor earis' mloved( about
$80,000,000 in enish and1( secuitles on a
rtecent Slmdny in New York from thie
Citizents National bank, 320 Xhroadiway,
to the Chemical National bank, 27C
Jiroadway. In addtition, they trans
ferred atlmuost $1 .000,000 worth of gold
andI silver pilafe and jew'elry which wvas
tucked Iito safe dIeposit boxes. Six
and three-quarter imillions of the
mhoved treaurze wasu in actual cash.
O~nly- titat policemen-three io unl.
form and five in muftt--kept wateb
over the tranasfer.
* C C S C C e e * C C C C S C C S
1RUEEN POND NEWS. *
Green Pond, Sept. 13.-The W. M. S.
if Green Pond .\M. 1H. church met with
Irs. J. W. Curry on August 4. A
plendid program Wa scar ried out. De
Ieious refreshments were served af
(r the meeting. The next meeting
i to be h1eld with Mrs. Rosa H(older.
;aturday before First Sunday In Sep
eiber. All the members are urged I
ATT1ENTION 011, MI
Do not forget that we carry a larl
Liuibricators,. Also Iwo or three I
er Belt, and Genuine Gandy Ilelt;
and Lloiler Tubes.
823 WEST GERVAISS TRJ
u rse aems
and Trctn ress p
Th ne .tye1i o
IarPvi (olrs. naJvy , rei ndee r a
nliiek sale at $25.00 and1( upi.
Spe((cial lot of CrepeI)(-de(
no0w oni salt' at .... .... ...
Georget tt Waists in variety
A good assort mentI ait at
at .... .... .... .... ....
-inust what thle young giu
It is timel to select that
i.5 shlowinig Ite ne(w things as5
ini New York, and the prices
to be v: c;ent,
The 'chool Improvement associa
tion will hold its annual flower show
at Green Pond school house Novem
ber 5th. Everybody will be welconic
at this show. Dinner.and supper will
be served and a -good time for you if
you are -there. Tho program will be
tLa QuuinIno That Does Not Affoct the (es8
Becat.se Of its tonic and 1imative effect, ZAXA.
rix k- inzm R.\O UNINi- better itan ordh.ar)
QUtiti ni id does rot cntse niervottsnes not
i10r1 in head. Rtiewber $he 111u nn% and
\t, for the ignatR.a IV . GtvA . voc.
. AND (INNRRiIES
e v.tock ol' Injectors, Oil Cups,
gh grades of Rubber Be, Leath
Pipe, N'alves, 1'ittings, Packing
E , COLUMBIA, S. C.
impany' s Ca
)lete . Line
Our Fall stc
with the id
ing the best
ues at the 1(
our motto b
Sales and Sn
tract~tive.. Good( sho i ofNilk
IS are PCt(ht at tat ive, and ith le
ceason . WVe are~ offerii ng sple iid
lour C(oat t1uits, ini atl the popui
1(1 'brown I; sp e lally V pice fori
('hinte WaIIists just. r'eei ved an
. ......... ....$3.50 andI~ $3.98
Iol styles, at .......... ....$5.98
tactive prli('es. SeeC ('ur specials
............ .... ..$5.00
1 wats at $15.00, $18.00, $25.00
ne~w Fanll 'liat. TPhis department
brought. out. by the be~st Ceoneernt
are lnost reasonable.
Subdivide arid S
QUICK RESULTS ara
The Pathftnder gives full particulars
dollars to you. Write fa
"The Name Thu
References: Any Dank I
Local Contract R
of Fall Go
ck has been
h great care
sa of of fer
Men's and Boys']I
I hoi'I f'ail to visit our11 Alan's S
Men's New Fa
iAllen's FallI Suits .... .... ....:
YToinig MenII's Suits ... . .... ... .
Ihoys' IKnee Sulits .. ... ....l
'lloys''Odd l'ants .... ........ ..
MenI's Odd 'I 'ant s .... .... .....
K(nox Ilt in "all lIlocks.
nors ' a nd MIeni's cali P.... ...
Men's Silk S
'Spec il iln Men 's 'ilk Shirts at..
(Good valu tes in Mn driis and1( Pereale
Sp als in Ne<
'Ilig lot ofj 'A' ~ilk ''ies ,just
lIig lot (of A tui y Ilankets, 'h
(Ilosed Out at a s~peeial piCe, and1( n1
Othier reguila r blanikets in cottc
Septeuibeur is the niionit.h for
sch1ioo boys and1( girlsSwea ters for
s. S. C.
el at Auction
sured b7 our Modrn A ine eq'
od. CITY LOT S ard SJZUR..
PROPERTIES wilI 3 !! row.
-it may be wmoih he-'.:.:de of
r it TODAY.
)AST REALTY CO.
t justifica Your Confidenco"
G,VA. or GREENVILLE, N. C.
n Potersburg,V. or Greenville, N.d.
42, leeyn i u
A3.0 $4.0 f d$5.0
Li 1.$60.$.0t $0 0
.00 . .$.0 to $0.00
.. .. .. .. .. ....$7.50
Shirk . .$2.50 andi( $3.50
receive and are1( onPCI~ saile
..$1.00, $1.25 a n d $1.50
. ....'.... .... ....50c
avy dark wool blanikets,
)w on sale at $4.98. $6.98
ni and1 wool.
all the famiily $5.00 ny