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UiAi>?T PRESIDE XT
Oyster Bay, May 20.--Col. Theodore
xvuuseven. anuounceu lumguu cuctt <*n
men who had volunteered to serve
with him under the American flag in
Prance had been absolved from all
Iurtherr connection with the movement
and that the only course open to them
bow is to enter the military service
in some other way if they are able to
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in civil life.
"As good American citizens," said
Col. Roosevelt, in a statement, "we
loyally obey the decision of-the com
mander in che;i of the American army
and navy. The men who have volun
teered now will consider themselves
absolved from all further connection
"vrith this movement- The funds that
have been promised will be treated
as withdrawn and applied to other
purposes. I, therefore, direct that
this statement be sent to the leaders
in the various States who have been
raising troops "
Col. Rooseevlt said that after con
ferences with some of the men who
had volnteered to raise units, regi
ments and battalions it had been de
cided that tl.e only course open was
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President Wilson not to permit the
organization of the divisions author
ized by congress.
"Our sole aim,'- the statement con
tinued, "is to help in every way in the
successful prosecution of the war and
"we most heartily feel that no individ
ual's personal interest should for one
moment be considered save as it
serves the general public interest.
"TT7" t"haf a division Com
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pose^of our fine regular soldiers and
marines, under 30 gallant and efficient
a leader as Gen Pershing, is to be
sent abroad. We have a right to a
certain satisfaction in connection
The statement then quoted a news
paper erport to the effect that the de
cision to send Gen. Pershing was a
"compromise between the original
t>Ians of the general staff, which fa
<" rored no early expedition, and the re
. ^ue?t of Col. Roosevelt for authority
for an immediate expedition."
Mr. William Johnson, the treasurer
of the James D. Nance camp, U. C.
Y., has kindly furnished The Herald
and News with a copy of the follow
ing circular letter, which will be of
interest to veterans and others go
ing to the reunion:
The headquarters of South Caro
lina division in Washington, D. C..
will be at the St. James hotel, corner
Pennsylvania avenue and 6th street.
vr ttt " Vini-n oil mam ho r? A f the f>OTTl
inand are requested to register their
names. A camp of tents will be found
in tb' park opposite the union depot
at Washington. All veterans who de
fe I Thousands of peop'
of New Merchandi;
or placed on the to
compare the follov
A nice assortment of H
in attractive assortment o
in best ginghams and per
or dark colors, worth i
$1.50 to be sold at
A nice lot of Ladies V
$2.00 will be sold for...
Uncle Samy. says "weai
We shall close out one I
2. for onlv
A beautiful lot of Ladi
in poplins, gabardines, efc
value. For only
150'Dozen Ladies Fibr
Green, Tan, Grey, etc, ^
Every article in our st
1216*20 Main St
' sire free lodging and meals are direct
ed to apply there for such entertain
Advices have been received that ir
consequence of the demand upon th<
war department !or supplies foj
troops now keing mooinzea, uu vuu
federate veterans who exp-ect to b(
entertained free of cost are advisee
to take their own blankets, as nonf
will be loaned by the government tc
the reunion committee.
The Southern Railway company
will run a special train to Washing
ton for the veterans, leaving Augusta
and Columbia, Monday afternoon
June 4, arriving at destination next
morning. All v/ho live along the
Southern railway are auviseu uu iC4 * C
their homes ia time to connect with
this "special." Veterans living along
the line of the Atlantic Coast Line or
the Seaboard Air Line can ascertair
from their local agents the railroad
? ~m faVo fn rp&oh Wash
lclLCS auu t.:aiu uv* v??v -
ington on Tuesaay forenoon, June 5
Remember to weal your ?,ray uniform
if you hare one. If your camp has
a large United States flag, take it
with you and- each one take a small
United States flag. 4
In anticipation or tnis reunion greai
preparations are being made by th
committee of arrangements for the
entertainment and comfort of the
Confederate soldiers. Be sure to a.?
B. H. Teague,
Mai. Gen. S. C. Div., IJ. C. V.
S. E. Welch.
Adjt. Gen., Chief of Staff.
Aiken, S. C., May 21, 1917. '*
1 SPECIAL TRAIN FOR VETERANS
TO ATTEND REUNION
A special train and a special Pull
man car will be made up at Newberrj
l'or the veterans and their friends who
| expect to attend the Confederate re
; union in Washington. Tickets will be
on sale June 2 to 7 inclusive, with
final limit June 21. Tickets may be
extended to July 6 by depositing tickel
with agent in Washington and paying
; fee of 50 cents. The rate from New
oerry for the round trip is $10.65
I Pullman upper berth, *Z.so; :ower
north 52.00 jne way. For any infor
raation in reference to tickets, rates
or schedules gee Mr T. S. Letter, the
city ticket agent, or phone 235 anc
the information will be gladly furnish
ed by Mr. Lefler or his assistant. Th?
Pullman will be over the Southern.
NOTICE TO DELINQUENT TAX
; The treasurer ftas turned over u
' me for collection all taxes due fo:
! the year 1916. All pel sons intereste<
will have an opportunity to pay th<
| same, at my office until July 1. Afte:
; which time levies will be made to sat
; isfy the executions.
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Ia Kavp fakpn advantage
;e South Carolina has ev
p shelves. Every article
nnv Dw.wti made
f styles and patterns
cales, all sizes, light
:egulary $r.25, and"
Waists worth up to*
r shirt waists," Be
ot corsets worth up to
?s white wash skirts,
[latest styles, $i. 175
ic silk Hose in Black,
vill be sold, at only,
ock included in this wonderft
come one tin
Nothing Charged at
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TREMENDOUS REDUCTION ON (OAT SLITS.
All Indies' Coat Suit? this season's best styles, in serge, poplin,
etc., all colors. They oiiginally were worth $1 S.CO to $2f?.00;
but the price now is $10.00 to
NEWEST THINGS IN WAISTS.
One lot of ladies' new Voile Waists in pretty styles at 49e
La-dies' $1.50 waists of voile, batiste, organdie, wash silK, etc., in
white and all leading co.lors, at
Fine quality Crepe de Chine waists, all colors, at $L9S
MORE NEW SKIKTS.
We have new arrivals in Skirts in all sorts of weaves and various
string and nlaids. Manv new sport styles, as well as plain,
navy, grey and black. Priced $1.98 to $4.98
Beautiful wash skirts in sport stripes and plain white at
. 98c to $U8
GREAT VALUES IN SILKS.
36 inch Wash Silks in all the new shirting stripes at... .48c to 9Sc
36 inch Silk Poplin in leading shades at S9e
36 inch fancy silks for skirts, plaids and stripes, $1.75 kind at $1.39
36 inch Messaline cilk in all colors, $1.50 quality, at $L25
36 inch Black Taffeta silk, $1.25 kind, at 98c
36 inch Crepe de Chine in all colors, 75c value, at 50c
40 inch all silk Crepe de Chine in all colors, $1.50 value, at 98c
36 inch Pongee silk, plain and fancy, at 50c to 98c
40 inch Georgette Crepe, in every wanted color, at $1*48
DRY GOODS SPECIALS.
1 case "short length" apron and dress Ginghams, 10c kind, at
1 bale 40 inch fine quality Sea Island, 12c value, at 7c yard
1 case 36 inch fine quality bleaching, 12 l-2c kind, at 7 l-2c ydL
27 inch best dress ginghams, will wash, at 10c and 12 l-2c yd.
36 inch Percales, new patterns, at 10c, 12 l-2c and 15c yard
1 ca.se "Blue Bell" Cheviots, for work shirts, at 12 l-2c yard
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IE AT SALE CON
of this great money saving sale. To those who hi
er known. Every article in this mighty sale awaj
s marked plain with a sale ticket. The values we ;
Hat in our Millinery Department
d at sacrfice price. See us first.
iful lot of embroidery worth up to
Wonderful values in every
visit 'will convince you.
Ladies Night Gowns. A
be sold during this mighty sale,
Iheets, seamless, made of best qual
lg, each 95c
89c. $1.25 value for
1000 yards of regular 25c mere*
lins in assorted colors, at per yard
^illow Cases, hemstitched, bestqual
A nice lot cf Table Damask will
Children's fancy colored Parasols,
, going at 49c
this week at, yard
A perfectly beautiful lot of the
styles in Sport Coats, worth $i<
il 4 Turn Loose" Sale. Sale lasts until nntu Is o^ven in boti
le and you come again. A sale never to be forgotten as loi
ELL & HALTI!
Sale Prices Nothing Sent on Approval
DAINTY ORGANDIES, VOILJSS, ETC.
40 inch fancy Organdie, new flowered and figur s<\ patterns, de
values, at -5c yard
40 inch Voiles in pretty flowered and figured patterns, at... .25c yd..
40 inch plain and fancy Crepe at 19c, 25c and 39c
36 inch plain and figured Palm Beach cloth,.40c value, at..25c y<L
36 inch fancy striped Poplins, 35c kind, at 25c yard
36 inch white dress Linens at 25c to 98c yard
. 36 inch tan dress Linens at 19c to 35c yard
28 inch striped and flowered voiles at 10c and 15c yard
One big;/lot colored muslin to close out at 6 l-4c yard
THE LOWEST PRICED CLOTHING.
Beautifully tailort,". Men's Suits, in blue serge, fancy worsteds and
other weaves, specially priced at $10.00, $12J>0 and
Men's Palm Beach Suits in natural gTay, black and blue colors;
just as cheap as last year?(at $4J)8, $7.50, $9.98 aad $1L9S
Brys' Palm Beacli ana "Keep rvoui suits, siz-vo o w xo j
at &L98 to MM
Boys' woolen suits ;n new l'ancy Norfolk styles at... .$2^)8 to $".9S
XES'S ASD BOYS' UXDEBWEAR.
Men's Baltriggan nnderwear, per garment 25c, 35c and 48c
Men's Union Suits checked dimity at Me and 98c
Beys' Union Suits m "Poroe Knit" and dimity check at. .25c and 50c
Men's hats in thi6 season's latest blocks are here for your
inspection. We have them in felts, Panamas, Leghorns and plain
straws. Prices are very reasonable.
GREATEST YALUES IN F00TWEA2.
fomiiv An men's, ladies' and chil
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dren's low shoes i>) be reduced in this sale. These shoes if
bought on today's market would cost us more than we are asking
yon. Now is the time and this io the place.
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aven't we ask to come to the Greatest Sale
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r Delow iww iorK cost. iwiuiug iwwivu
are offering are unmatchable. You can
5000 yards Lace worth up to 10c yard, at
only 2 l-2c
Regular 25c Oil Cloth on sale Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday at yard 11c
The well known 'Bob Evans' Middy Blouse,
be sold all
with long or short sleeves, white or colord collar
and cuffs, worth $1.25 will be sold at only,
Each 75c. The name tells quality. Every
body wants a middy. They are so cool for
REMNANT SALE?Don't fail to see this
pntinfpr Materials of everv description, in
>.oo, to be
lengths from i yard to 10 yards. The origi
nal price is marked on every piece and we
only ask you to pay just one half (2-2) what
they are marked. The counter has created
lots of excitement and are truly wonderful
1 papers. Come every day while sale lasts. You
lg 33 you live.
Quality and Service Newberry, S. C.