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Supreme Clash Between Monterey ;
und Tampico. j
Washington, March 21Carranza !
and Villa forces are expected to clasd i
In the vicinity of Monterey and Tam-1
lieo in one of the most important bat- j
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The Carranzi agency ere tonight j
PP-eived advices t'rcm Vera Cru2 say- i
:ng troops had evacuated San Louis j
Poto?i at the approach o: Gen. Bonja-:
viin Kill rVio Qf1var>f(i s?n??ri!<i of i
Gen. Obregon's division whica is mov- I
The Two Forces.
This is the first intimation of t o,
direction which Gen. Obregon took i
on evacuating t" e City of Mexico, au l
^ " *:h these ad . ices Carranza officials j
(here admitted that their forces wero i
concentrating for the defense of Tarn- j
pico. Gen. Obregon is reuorted to j
have an army of 22 000 men. Gen. !
Pablo Gonzales, t':e Carr^nza com- |
mander at Tampico, is sa^d to have j
Gen. Villa is at Monterey with his j
moin / rJ limn nc 90 000 mPTI IS !
understood to have several thousand
men along the railroad lines approaching
San Louis Potosi and Tampico.
i Protection in Tncatan.
Elizeo Arrendondo, head of the Car- j
ranza agency, returned to Washingston
today from Vera Cruz, where he j
spent two weeks conferring with his j
chief. He issued a statement saying '
ti.at Carranza would protect property j
in Yacatan. The statement branded i
as false reports that property was be- ;
ing destroyed and cities being sacked.!
It said that Carranza exhausted every :
ipeans to brins: about a peaceful solu- i
rion of the Yucatan trouble';before he'
. sent Gen. Alvarado to eubdue the
Villa's Army Moving:.
ft| El Paso, Tex.j >March 21.?The col-[
umn of 5,000 Villa soldiers, whicn was
p| started from Monerey for Matamoras ,
PI a few days ago, was reported today
' to have reac ed Camargo. Tamaulipas,;
the last important station between,
A ~ h- '
Monteivry and Matamoras or. the Tamaulipas
branch of Jhe railways.
It is not known whether Gen. Villa
is accompanying the column which is
moving on Matamorr.s, trough !":e left
with his troops and led his men in the
battle at Ramones. sixty miles from
Monterey, in which he routed the Carranza
Galveston Texas.. March 21.?The Xor- .
v.egian steamer, Xils, \v ic'n arri.ed
today from Progreso, -"'ad aboard 215
refugees from the Stare off Yucatan.
Among them was Atrhur Pierce, for
44 years British consult at Progreso,
Mexico. The refugees . ad fled from
Yucatan \>wing to fe recent revo
lit nonary uisiuruauvw.
Field Day Dinner For Country Schools
The Fair and Fold day dinner committee
members who represent groups ;
of schools are empowered to appoint
a subcommittee to solicit baskets, ar-!
range for table cloths and receive the
dinners t? at are brough to the college.
The sub-committees may be reported j
to the supervising teacher if convenient.
Any person w o so wis' es may j
enen their own baskets. Owners of j
baskets are requested to mark the ar- i
tides plainly with their name and th?:
name of the school. !
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT, i
Notice is herebv gi'. en t< at the un- i
dersigned will make' final settlement i
\ of the estate of J. W. Wicker, deceased, j
in tie probate court for Newberry J
county, State of South Carolina, on j
ITuesdav, April 13, 1915, at 11 o'clock !
in the forenoon, and will immediately j
thereafter apply to the judge of probate
of Newberrv county for a. final j
discharge. All persons indebted to1
* the said estate will make immediate !
settlement with ti:e undersigned, and J
all persons holding claims against the '
said estate will present t^ie same duly !
attested. G. A. C. Wicker,
How To Give Quinme To Children* |
FE 8RILINE is the trade-mark name sriven to an i
improved Quinine It is a Tasteless Syrup, pleas- i
aDt to take and does not disturb the stomach.
Children take it and never know it is Quinine.
Also especially adapted to adults who cannot
take ordinary Quinine. ^Does not nauseate nor
cause nervousness nor ringing in the head. Try
it the next time '~>u n;*d Qtijnine for any ttpose.
A'\ ' ?r ' r t ; original package. _je
name F $ ? \ t r 3 in bottle. 25 c
"Vill cure your Rheumatic:. !
i\eural<yia. Headaches. Cramns I
Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts and j
Burns, Old Sores, Stings of Inst c ? '
Etc. Antiseptic Anodyiie, usee i;
ternally and externally. Price 1 5c
Only One "BROMO QUININE;f
To get the genuine, call lor full name, LAXA?
TIVE BROMO QUININE. Lookfor signature of
E. "W. GROVE. Cures a Cold in One Day. Stops
cough and headache, and works oft cold. 25c.
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naugh, while in Net
has ever occurred in h
Fabrics of every des
standpoint to fail to v
money, and every pi
that skill, knowledge <
I Shirtinq Calico
Worth and sells all over town
at 5c, limited 10 yds to each
buyer, at only 4c
I Brown Linen
\ At 5c
Will put on sale this week 25 j
pieces 86 in Brown Linen worth i
12Ac. sale nrice the vd 5c
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Ready-to- Wear \
We are showing aii that's new,
watch the Express wagon. .New
suits, new separate skirts, silk
and longerie waists rolling in
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bigger the Shoe Store the
bigger the bargains. Case after
case of nrw Pumps and Oxfords,
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latent Leather, <iun ivietai, v ici
Kid, all go on sale at a big reduction.
10 cases Oxfords and Pumps,
all new styles, worth $1.98 and
$2.25. at the pair ... $1.49
10 cases Oxfords and Pumps,
all new styles, worth $2.50 ctit
to only $1.98
10 cases Oxfords and Pumps,
all new styles, worth $3.00, cut
to only... $2.49
36 in Poe Mill Bleaching, 84c
quality at yd 5c
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Come with the <
Goods than all the sto
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iase of thousands of c
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v i otr a rew uuys ugt
dewberry's history. Ti
icription. No woman
isrt this store. This st
urchase you make is s
and training can procu
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w ntte kjiooas
25 pieces 40 in white Lawn,
worth 15c, sale price the yd 10c
White Pajama Checks, 36 in
wide, regular 15e value, sale
White Lawns, highly mercerized,
full 36 in wide, worth 35c cut to
Ribbons 5 to 7 inches wide,
with wide satin stripes in centre
and colored edges to match, also
plain Taffetas and Messaline in
all the popular colors,. 35 to 50c
values, Easter sale price yd 19c
, 2 cases fancy Dress Ginghams
in check, plaid and striped patterns,
colors guaranteed, extra
special 10 yards to each customer
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| at oniy trie yarti uu
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Neat house dresses made of
pretty Percales and high grade
Ginghams, in various spring
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patterns, 91. ju vaiue
200 new separate Skirts to sej
lect from right from the maker's
| hands. We can fit any size,
slim, short or stout $2.98, $3.50,
$5.00, $6.50 and up.
crowds, you can t mv
res in the town combine
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iflllf UCUUgf ( o
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r or l e
iollars worth of Spring
i has paved the way foi
housands and thousanc
with a need in our lit
ore has never been so i
urrounded and safegua
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Wednesday, March 24
We mean to give the trade the
best, the most stylish and most
economically priced Millinery in
this section. We want every
woman in Newberry and surrounding
country to visit our
store and view the showing of
Millinery. You will be welcomed
whether you come to buy
or just to see the styles. We are
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better collection of hats is shown
in any store in the State.
All Kinds of Silk
at Cut Prices
opiciiuiu tjucuiby ujl ujiipw
into this great sale at prices reduced
with a vengeance. If you
want a Silk Waist or Dress now
is your chance.
Silk Poplins in all the best
eolors They are 36 inches wide
and worth $1 25 a yard, as long
as they last. Choice the yd 89c
36 in Messaline Silks in all the
leading colors, worth $1.25, reduced
to only yard 79c
36 in white China Silk worth
85c, cut to only yd 49c
Androscoggin Bleaching worth
"1 1 r> r* 4" tttA
iuc eisewiiere, aa -lung twv/
cases last at only 74c
Genuine Lonsdale Cambric,
worth 124 and 15c elsewhere,
sale price the yard 10c
stake the place. We'vt
v mmmk w v 4
? af 9 O'clock
njt l ! ? l-. k/f:
iviercnanaise uy jvmuii*
the greatest sale that 8
is of yards of Spring
is can afford from any
veil fixed to save you
rded by the best goods
The extremeiy low prices we
oro molrincr rm mvvle w*H
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make you buy warm weather g
goods at once. jEnglish
Voiles in the muchwanted
stripes, figures and dots,
regular 35c value, special 10 days
sale, price yd 25c
25 pieces new Rice Cloth full
o/> ' i."L ocu i. x_ in.
OD III wiue, wurin o^c, cut lu i*c
Dolly Varden Crepes, large variety
of patterns, regular 15c
quality, for this sale 10c. ^
40 in Sea Island Sheeting worth
elsewhere 8 |c, cut to ,. 5c
1 Oc Huck
100 doz extra large size Huck
TawpIs wr>rth 1(V sq Inner as
A V ?f ?r v/A VA? v vj 4V*i^
they last , ; 5c
T or schort
200 pieces of real Linen Torschon
Lace one to three inches
wide, worth 10 and I2|c a yard.
Special as a leader at 5c
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200 large, white Bed bpreads
worth and sells the world over
at $2 00, and most stores ask
you $2.50 for the same spread,
as long as they last, choice S1.29
? got more new Spring