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jjfc. SOUTH CAROLINA. School No. Teac ?- _ Dudley 1 Clark 2 Miss Maggie Winzo 3 Miss Maud S ^ Hornsboro 3 Mr. J. C. Bin Alligator 4 Mrs. Lon Pc Montrose 5 Miss Luey B. Miss Marie I Chcraw T. S. Mr. Ward B. Fatts Branch 7 Miss Florenc Vaughn 8 Miss Mavis I Miss (Iriggs Jefferson 9 Mrs. Jas. W; Miss Vera W Miss Mamie Miss Sallic J Miss Natalie Miss ituth 1 Union 10 Miss Elizabel Miss Ona Hi Miss Viola N Shiloh 11 Mr. E. O. Gr Miss Stella IV Miss Jessie 1 Bear Creek 12 Mr. Jerome I Mrs. Leonard Stafford 13 Mr. Leon Fu Miss Martha Bethesda 14 Miss Ku'.h Ch White M nnr .miss r.iizu u Spencer School 10 I Miss Maggie Piney Grove 17 Mrs. Ida lloll Miss Mary Ft Chesterfield 18 Mr. W. I'. C< Mr. Claude J Miss Klizahol Miss Millie D Mrs. J. W. 11 M iss Flora be Miss Pearl 1. Miss Ann I.u Center Point 19 Miss Sudie h M iss Lucy (!; p. / Macedonia 20 Miss Jennie 1 Miss Marie 1 Miss I.ynna ( Bay Springs 21 Miss Ada Thi M iss Dosia '1 y Wamble Hill 22 Mr. P. J. Do M iss Mary V Pee Dee 23 Miss Periueli Plains 24 Mr. A. L. Ai M iss Eva Bo Miss Helen C Bethel 25 Mr. W. I.. M Miss Daisy C Parker, No. 1 20 Miss Clarice Miss Lottie I Parker, No. 2 Miss Sallie L Buffalo 27 Miss Jessie I" Mt. Croghan 28 - !r- K- Ef jMjif. Miss I.ucy IIi Miss Bessie Miss Annie J ^ ^ Miss Avrnes ! P|h Ruby 20 M '* ^ F. ^ twW Miss Ada W: Miss Eloise \ Mrs. J. K. L Miss Mattie Miss F*c:?rl ( Wexford 20 M Frank Miss Pearl 1 Snow Hill 31 Mrs. M. W. Miss Ethel I Black Creek 32 Mr. S. J. Ki Patrick 33 Mr. Jacob W Miss Sara W Five Forks 34 Mrs. K. P. S Angelus 35 Miss Marjori Miss Minnie Oranjje Hill 3G Mi. s Nora B< Wallace 37 Miss Glemmii Middendorf 38 Mr. W. T. J< Miss Pearl M Miss Helen ( McBee 39 Mr. It. C. I.i Miss Evelyn I Miss Sal lie V Miss Mary 15 Mrs. lien Tu Zion 19 Miss .Mamie ( Miss Kmma 1 Mlfer Marburg II Juniper 42 'rs- '' '* ' Pagelnnd 43 Mr. (}. II. Dal 3. Mr. J. C. Gin Miss I d's i)i< Miss Klberta Miss I.ilia Kf L Mrs. C,. V. I) | Mrs. I). I). V.i Cross Roads 44 Miss Maltie ^ p Miss Iceland ,^r' Harris Creek 45 Mrs. Katie A f \ Center Crove 40 Mrs. Hennie 1 | Lewis 4y Miss Ann V <i E Miss Julia IV Ousloydnle* 49 Mr. W. P. Yo E Miss Julia lie B Green Hill 50 Miw Annie K Wk Center 51 irtS ,,ni B Sandy Run 52 Miss Ada I*un g Mannum 53 Miss Marietta According to Scertary Daniels, B. there was turkey f??r the Thanksni\ gK. ing dinner of every man in the Navy g A naval supply ship arrived in Kuro iTERFIELD COUNTY, TERM 1917?1918 her School Address Smith JofTerson, S. C. anders PaKeland, S. C. ickwell arco Wilson Cheraw, S. C. Shroycr " Ingram " c Belk y ^underburk Chefterfield, S. C. I 44 JcfTcraon, S. C. inie Kthredge " lonos " Pate " iffby th Ncwaom Mc Bee, S. C. ickabec " ewsom " ccn Chesterfield, S. C. lelton " Helk " )oujrlass Ruby, S. C. I Hurst ndorburg Cheraw, S. C. Duke " lavis Chesterfield, S. C. Davis " liver " Lucas Cheraw, S. C., R. 1 land Chesterfield, S. C. mderburk " jker I " ,f.l* I uriiuii th Lindsay ? uuglass ?? [anna 44 Ho SLrull ucas < CIS " lurch 44 irdncr 44 Milling Angelus, S. C. [jcmmond 44 [julledge 44 rcult Chesterfield, S C .'hreatt 44 iuglass 44 . Sowell 44 a Kvans MeParland, N. C. n'c J'dFerson, S C st ?. larland ? iles I wens Clark MeParland, N. C ngram ?? ucas Cheraw, S. C. R. 1 hinderliurk YIr.??..?~ XT n r? ^ A 1( 1U 1 wards Mt. Croghan, S. C. ndrick " (lady " lay Osburn " Severance " iVilson Ruby, S. C. /ley iV right uoas " Garner " Jarner < " Kundcrburk laley Wright Chesterfield, S. C. )uncan " incher Ruby, S. C. Shcaly Patrick, S. C. illiams " tewart Pageland, S. C. e McKce Angelus, R. C. Dreedlove ?ggan Cheraw, S. C. b Stcgall Society Hill, S. C. ?nes Middendorf, S. C. elton " 'ampbell " ke McBee, S. (' Leonard " am " . Fuller " rnatrc " OliN-or Pageland, S. C. Groves " Ingram Cheraw, S. C. hamcs * F'atrick, S. C. <os Pafreland, S. C. iiintrs v Us 41 fliser " tchin ?? i'.os ?Call Sellers Ruby, S. C. Douglass " u'1' Society Hill, S. Ilr. wer Jefferson, S. C. lulledKe Patrick, S. C. trues ? ling Ik obeson McDcc, S. ('. McDonald Mt. Croghnn, S. ('. dcrburk Angclus, S. C. Plylor I'ugflend, S. C. pean waters in time to furnish th men on the submarine-hunting des troyers with the traditional Thanks giving fare. XII*?' ? ! GERMAN WAR PRACTICES (Continued from page 2) , misery of the people but partially ' ! nourished at best, the deportation of ! men by tens of thousands to slavery j in German mines and factories, the execution of men and women for paltry effusions of their loyalty to their country, the sacking of every re- ' soifco by financial robbery, the fat- 1 teninjr of armies on the slender pro- < ducc of the country, the denudation of the country of cattle, horses, and textiles; all these thinirs we hail in witness, dumb to help olher than by protest and sympathy, during this terrible time, nnd sti'l these are not the events of battle heat, but the effects of a grinding heel of a race demanding the mastership of the world. All these things -are known to tinworld?but what can never be known ' is the duioi) agony of the people, tinexpression less faces of millions whose ' souls have passed the whole gamut of emotion. And why? Because these, a free and democratic people, dared plunge their bodies before the march of autocracy." Frederick C. Walcott's description of devastated Poland comprehends the monstrous woes inflicted by the Prussian system upon those defense- i lese people. i In a statement prepared for the book, Vernon Kcllog said: "1 went into Belgium and occupied France a neutral, and I maintained while there a steadfastly neutral behavior, but 1 came out no neutral. . . .1 went j in also a hater of war, but 1 came out a more ardent hater of war; but, also I came out with iner dicable conviction, again, that the only way in wnicn uormany umlcr ts present rule and in its present state < f mind can be kept front doing what it has done is by force of arms." The book gives excerpts from the diaries of German soldiers of which these ate speeiniems: "In the night of August Id-IP the village of Saint Maurice was punished for having fir ed on German soldiers by being burnt to the ground by the German troops. .The village was surrounded, men posted about a yard front 1 one another, so that no one could get j out. Then the Uhlans set lire to it . house by house; neither man, woman, or child could escape; only the great- t er part of the live stock we carried off, as that could be used. Any one who ventured to come out was shot' down. All the inhabitants left in the village were burnt with the houses. "A horrible bath of blood. The whole village burnt, the French thrown into the blazing houses, civilians with the rest." That the reign of frightfulness was the definite policy of the German Government is testified to by an ( amazing collection of documents and utterances of German officialdom. \ Herewith are excerpts from doeu- | .miliary proof furnished l>y Oerman records establishing the truth beyond question: "As soon as you come to blows with the enemy he will be beaten. No . erey will be shown! No prison, rs .vill be taken! As the Iluns, under Kintf Attila made a name for themselves, which is still mighty in traditions and legends today, may the name of (lermun be so fixed in China by your deeds, that no Chinese sh ?Ii ever attain dare to look at a (lerne.'.n askance. . . . Op a the way f >v Kultur once for ail." From the Kaiser's speech to the soldiers on the eve of their departure for China in 1900. 41 Whinwa-or Q ?? - 1 1 .. ... ... . v it urn iwiui i Will" uri'UKH out, terrorism becomes u necessary military principle." General Von liartmann. "The city of Brussels, exclusive of its suburbs, has been punished by an additional line of r>,000,000 francs on account of thi- attack made upon a German soldier by Ryckere, one of its police officials.?Baron Von lai'-l twit/.. Governor of Brussels. "I am thirsty; brinK nie some beer, Kin. rum." "If you lie to me I will have you shot immediately." These sentences are taken from a phrasebook supplied to German soldiers, according to Minister Brand Whillock. "One cannot make war in a senti mental fashon. The more pitiless tin conduct of the war, the more humane it is in reality, for it will run ts course all the sooner." General Von Bernhardt "The innocent must suffer with the puilty. . . . All this must not ir our eyes weiph as much as the life of a sinple one of our brave solders - 'in- riphteous accomplishment of duty e is the emanation of a hiph Kultur V i- and in that the population of the ene i- my countries can learn a lesson froi. ' | our armies."- General Von Mi sinp. MASTER SALE N State of South Carolina, County of Chesterfield. J. W. Atkinson, plaintiff vs. W. M. l'aylor, defendant. w Pursuant to a decree rendered Ly 'n lis honor, Judge R. \V. Meminger to >n November 17, 11)17, 1 will sell toll the highest bidder for cash, before '.he Courthouse door, between the le-1 tal hours of sale o.i the first Mond ly \ th n January, 11)18 (same being the . Io 7th), the follo\^ng described tract of . land in the above State and County, ounded on the North by land of ' , iohn W. Church, on the East by j aiuls of 11. I). Taylor, on the South . '? iy Chesterfield-Lancaster ruihlin i m<l on the West l>y lands of A. B. 1 n Johnson, containing twenty-eijrht acres more or less, and beinjr the !)( iraet of land upon which W. M. Taylor lived in the year 191.J, same hnvnK been deeded him by B. C. Moore . ' ind 1). W. McLaurin. | V) 1. P. MANGUM, p Special Master for Ches- j. Lerfield County. ol MASTER SALE State of South Carolina, ,1, County of Chesterfield. | ai 1 C J. W. Atkinson as Assignee of F. I * ! tl M. Moore, and l.ula G. Moore, Plain- j* titr, vs. W. M. Taylor defendant. Pursuant to a decree rendered by ai his honor, Judge K. W. Meminger ^ on November 19, 1917,1 will sell to ' the highest bidder for cash before j the Courthouse door, between the j" legal hours of sale on the first Mon- | ^ day in January, 19 IS, (-me being ^ tre 7th), all tliat tract of land in above Stale mill 1...... I. > ? " .... . wviuvj wuumif i as follows: on the North by lands bu'anvrimr t-.? John Wesley Church, East ^ by lands, of J. W. Laney, South by ^ lands of CI esterfiehl-l.anca. ter public roud, and West by lands of W. M. j Taylor, containing forty-six acres more or less, and beintf the tract of land deeded by W. M. Taylor to B. C. tJ Moore. I. P. MAN'GUM, Special Master for Chesterfield County. CITATION NOTICE The State of South Carolina, v County of Chesterfield. I By M. J. Iloutrh, Probate Jud^e. ' Whereas Lee Taylor made suit to j ine to grant him Letters of AdminC- v tration of the Estate and effeets of j Elizabeth Freeder. deceased, These are, therefore, to c>te and j 'j admonish all and singular the kind- i j red ai.d creditors of tlw said Eli/.* ' | beth Freeder, deceased, that they he j ^ and appear before me, in the ('our' . ( of Probate, to he held at Ches'erfiehl, , | S. on IfMh of December next, af- , ler publication hereof, at 1 1 o'eloe!. in the forenoon, to show cause, if any ' they have, why the siid Admini.Ura- I tion should not I 1 mted. | (liven under iny hand this .'hi day of December, Anno Domini, 11)17. I M. .1. MOIJCII, ] Probate .1 udge. | Tax / Notice is hereby given that the tax ?f taxes Irom October loth to Dee. !! 1: The levy is as follows: State Oidinary county Constitutional school Roads Total Special taxes as follows: Cheraw C railed school, local . . . . Chcraw Crailed School bonds . . . Cheraw Township Road Bonds . . . . Jefferson Township Road Bonds . . Alligator Township Road Bonds . . Special, Local and Bonds in u, :t, 4, o. :u 1, 17, 27, 11, 42 7, 111, 20, 21. 22. 24, 25, 27, 25, 51, 12, 14, 21. 22, 20, 40, 45 40, 48. . 12 5, 8. 15, 10, 22, 20, 22, 40 10, 20, 44, 50 28 11 18 9, 28 29 43 29 Poll tax between 21 an<l 00 y it the same time. Cour '1'his October 9th, 1917. ?p^-r- rnK? ? OTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE Pursuant to and in compliance ith terms and conditions set lorth a deed of trust of Arthur Oakley me, dated 2od of November, 11)17, will sell at public auction before the ourt House door at Chesterfield, >uth Carolina, at 12 o'clock M. on ic 15th of December, 11)17, the folwinK described real estate: All those certain two tracts of nd, situate in Chesterfield County, >uth Carolina, and descrbiod us fol\vs, to wit: 1st. tract, containing one hundred id forty (140) acres, more or less, nown as the "Billy Smith place"; unded on the north hy lands of T. . Harrall; on the east by lands of la Ellison, formerly lands of .1. B. 'eldon, B. Finlayson and .John Tt. arker; on the south hy lands of E. . Stafford, and on the west by lands f E. H. Stafford. This being the ime tract of land conveyed to Armr Oakley by \V. L. Gillespie l>y eed, dated 22d of November, 1913, ad recorded in the oflice of the Jerk of Court for Chesterfield Counr, S. C., in Deed Book No. 39, page 90. 2d. tract, containing one hundred ad sixty-five (103) acres, more or ss, known as a part of the Ainsley olson estate lands; bounded by lands f the estate of Andrew McParlan, inds of the Blue estate, now owned y Brasington or Gillespie, lands of /. L. Gillespie, lends of .lost ph Melueen and lands of I'. B. Poison. Tin lid lands lying near the S. A. L. Ky. lompany's right of way and on Bogy branch, and a plat of same made y .1 1). Evans, su:?eyor, September 0, 1'. 11, wil! more fully sh w dccriplion and location of the said inds. This being the >..me tract of .in: co..\ yed to Arthur Oakley by 'ressley B. Poison by d'eed, dated t2d of No. ember 1911, and recorded n Deed Book No. "stl, page 93, in the illice of the Clerk of Court for Chcserlield County, South Carolina. Terms of sale: One-fourth cash md the balance in four equal annual laymeats with interest from date of ale oil deferred payments at tin- rate of 8 per cent, per annum. Purehas r to pay for necessary papers. This land is sold free of liens and purchaser will receive a good and sufficient title in fee simple. C. K. WADDIEL, Trustee. 1 THE EEST j | ()l Lvorylhini* | I "ST"? A * j I Kjf %1.J\ 1 I I Al I .owrsl Prices ' ! kF. Oa*is Merket | j Will pay highest mai'ltci nrivf | | f i. r HiJrs. j Mice books will bo open for the payment -t, inclusive. K Vi Mills ? /ii " I 1!> Mills "> Mills 2 (J 7 School Districts Nos. 2 r'- I r> " O'/i " 7 8 " o 10 11 12 12 % " 1 .*5 14 Vj " ears and income taxes are payable J. A. WELSH, ity Treasurer, Chesterfield County.