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2,000 PRISONERS FALL
INTO TRAP Of REBELS
President Carranza Is Fleeing Into
Mountains With Caval-y
in Hot Pursuit.
IS CLEARING UP
All Members of Carranza's Cabinet
Captured and Sent to Mexico
Mexico City, May 16.-(Via Laredo,
Texas, May 16.)-Carranza is fleeing
into the mountains of Vera Cruz by
way of Petrote and the revolutionists
have captured 2,000 prisoners with
twenty-one trains andi a great quantity
of gold and silver bars, and war muni
tions, according to a report from Gen.
Guadalupe Sanchez, givc.t out at Ob
regon headquarters. ,
Fighting began at 10 a. m. Friday in
the vicinity of Rinconada. After three
hours hea.'y engagement Carranza and
the leading members of his party aban
doned their trains and fled in auto
mobiles, escorted by 500 cavalry. He
carried off from the trains all minted
coins. The rebel cavalry is pursuing
Carranza. Unconfirmed reports Friday
night said Carranza had been captur
.W. J. YOUNG &'4
D). & G;. MlOTOR
ed. Gen. Sanchez promised confirma
tion or denial of the report later.
Cabinet Members Captured.
El Paso, Texas, May 16.-All of the
members of Carranza's cabinet have
been captured and sent to Mexico City,
according to a message said to have
been received today by revolutionary
agents here and Gen. Alvaro Obregon
who at present is in Mexico City.
Political Field Clearing
Mexico City, (via Laredo,) May 16.
It is officially reported that Canido
Aguilar has been captured in the state
of Vera Cruz and that Pablo Gonzales
has announced ' definite retirement
from the Presidential race. Gonzales'
action is taken as meaning the elimi
nation of any friction between Obre
gon and Gonzalez.
Carranza's Defeat Confirmed.
Washington, May 16.-Carranza's
failure to remain .a military factor in
Mexican affairs has caused American
busihess men and officials to center
their attention on the defacto govern
ment's program of political and ewo
Confirmation of earlier veports that
the deposed President had been driven
from the field where with a little
army of loyal troops he had been iak
used to call
n he bougMh
[AT was before the
ays when pretty nearly
body owned one-or
if he wanted to.
re was a lot of waste
motoring in those days.
a spent a lot of rnoney
car and never thought
much about what he
~etting in return.
ten a man buys a tire
lays he has a pretty
te idea of what he ex
to get out of it.
dealer who sells him
iat gives him less than
pects isn't likely to get
iore of his business,
it's one of the reasons
A/e handle U. S. Tires
ecomnmend( them to the
ni A) to i)10 on<9
dly>r Iilly country,
)TOR CO., Manning, S. C. \
C(), %;UfmmnHtfl Sn C.3
ing a stand for - nearly a week, wa
contained in an account of the rev
lutionary victory sent by Alvaro Obr
gon to Do La Huerta, provisione
president, and by him forwarded ~ t
his agents here. Obregon asserted th
old man had sought a hiding place i
the mountains west Qf Jalapa, wit
only a small cavalry escort and
few personal adherents.
The State Department however, wa
withoup official advices.
Fate of Americans In Doubt
No mention was made by Obregon o
the British consul at Vera Cruz .an
the two Americans who accompanie
Carranza in his flight from the capi
tal and who were caught in the fight
ing, nor had the State Departm'n
received word concerning them. Th
only information regarding Mexico rc
ceived by the State Department, it wa
announced, was that concerning cor
ditions-in Monterey, and a delayed r(
port of the' adhesion of the federt
forces in Guadalajara to the revolt
tionary movement May 12. In Mor
terey all public offices were said t
be operating as usual and the defact
forces were respecting the rights c
foreigners and nationals alike. Food
stuffs were reported to have increase
in prices and the local Chamber c
Commerce adopted relief meaaures i
behalf of the poor.
an auto ro
motorists of this commi
The U. S. reputatio1
quality is not built c.a
There is not one stai
for large U.S. Tires and a
er standard for small
Every tire that bear
name "U. S." is buil
best way its makers
how to build it. The <
and largest rubber co
in the world cannot a
to play favorites in se
Come in and tell us
you are looking for in
We can probably te
whether you need a
Nobby, Chain, Usco,
or a Royal Cord.
~For front. wheel
U. S. Plain.
For best result a
V. C. PLOWDEN, New Zio1
). L. GREEN, Turbeville, S
s The repair of the lines of communi
- cation had not yet progressed far
e enough to qnable even the. government
I to pbtain its reports except in frag
) mentary form, although wires out of
o Monterey were being restored.
Anticipating -the demands that the
ri new governments in Mexico is ex
i pected to make on the money markets
of the world for loans, it 'is known
5 banking representatives have unoffi
cially discussed the financiri situation
with the State Department. Altho-ugh
f representatives of the defacto govern
j ment in the United 'States have as
serted no effort would be made to ob
- tain a loan until a provisional gov
- ernment was set up, representatives
t of a.-group of New York banks are
e said to have decided that until the
- forces that drove Carranza from pow
a er had given them and the American
- Government satisfactory assurances
- that foreign interests would be safe
1 guarded in Mexico, no money would
- be advanced. This determination was
- reported to have received the support
o of Paris and London banking houses.
D - o
f SPRING AND SUMMER SPRAYS
d Clemson College, May 19.-Through
f careful application of necessary
n sprays the value of fruit for home
or commercial use may be increased
60 to 100 per cent, says George P
Hoffman, Extension horticulturist
All orchard owners therefore shoulk
use this means of gUarding againsi
disease and insect losses.
The first summer spray applie(
when abdyt three-fourths of th
shucks have * slipped from young
peaches and plums and after th4
bloom parts have fallen from applei
has of course already been made bl
the careful orchard owner. This ar
,se. ate of lead poison is for the jur
puse of controlling worms in peaches
plums, and apples.
The second qnd third -summe
sprays should be applied in due sea
son to further control worms an
to control rots and other diseaseE
The second summer spray should b
ap plied about two or three week
after the first spray. The formul
consists of one pound of arsenate o
lead powder, five pints of concentra
ted lime sulphur, four pounds o
quick lime, and fifty gallons of wa
ter. For the small home orchar
where a fifty-gallon quantity is no
needed this spray may be made b
using about one ounce or one table
spoonful of arsenate of lead, abou
one-third of a pint of concentrate
lime sulphur, three ounces of quic
lime, and three gallons of water.
A third summer spray, epeciall
for controlling disease in apple:
should be made with Bordeaux mib
ture, four pounds Blue Stone, fou
pounds quick lime to fifty gallon
of water, or smaller quantities i
IS FOUND DEAI
-Winnipeg, May 16.-Robert B. Gleni
former Governor of North Carolin
and a member of the Internationa
Waterways Commission, was foun
dead in bed at the Royal Alexandria
o~ltel here tonight.
Death was due to heart disease. I
trained nurse, who had been in con
stant attendance on the former Gov
ernor for the past year, was'the onl:
person with him when he died. Ove
exertion on the commission's tour o
investigation of the St. Lawrence (lee]
waterway project hastened his deatli
it was said.
Saturday, while on his way to th
commission's meeting at the City Hal
a friend asked him to wait at the bot
tom of a,long flight of stairs until h
could be assisted to walk up. Mr. Glen
replied he would climb the stair
alone. From the City Hall meeting h
returned to his room at the hotel an
did not again leave his bed.
We Are Hea
in quantities fr
upwards. We h
the past ten d4
age of this mat
prices have ads
past week it is
pared with oti
Get our prices
Put it Onl Goodyear
are the best there is for
And their beauty is
have wonl the preferen
turer's, racers, and the
age they give.
'There are tw<
caisings in the
typ)e is the best
II. W fnow have
ln of other S
esorie s, etc.
The qualified voters residing a
Santee School District No. 5 of Clar
endon County will hereby take notice
that an election will be held at Jordan
South Carolina on Thursday May 27th
1920 for the purpose of voting on the
question of whether said district shall
levy and collect annually a further
special tax of six (0) mills for gen
eral school purposes. Registration
certificates and tax receipts dequired.
as in other general -elections. Polls
open from 8 'a. m. to 4 p. m.
By order of
W. J. RAWLINSON,
C. F. RAWLINSON,
H. C, COUSAR,
Trustees in and for Jordan Schw4
CITATION NOTICE A
5 THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Clarendon
By J. M. Windham, Probate Judge:
Whereas, Young A. Holladay made
f suit to me to grant him Letters of
Administration of the Estate and ef
fects of Peter L. Holladay.
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
t monish all and singular the Kindred
and Creditors of the said Peter' L.
. Holaday deceased, that they be and
t appear before me, in the court of Pro
bate, to be held at Manning on the
17th (lay of May next, after publica
Ic tion hereof, at 11 o'clock. in the fore
noon, to show cause, if any they have,
why the said Administratio:i should
not be granted.
: Given under my hand this 26th day
- of April Anno Domini, 1920.
r J. M. Windham,
17-3t-c. Judge of Probate.
ROBS CALOMEL OF
Doctors' Favorite Medicine Now
Purified and Refined from All
Objectionable Effects. "Cao
tabs'"-the New Name.
What will maningenuity do0 n(-t?
r Smokeless powder, wireless telegraphy,
liorseless carriages, colorless iodine, taste
less (uiine.-now comies nausealess calo
mel. The new improvement called "Calo
tabs" is now on sale at drugstores.
For biliousness, constipation and Indi
gestion the new calomel tablet is a prac
tically perfect remedy, ns nvidenced by
the fact that the man ufact irers have anu
thorized all druggists to refund the price
if the customer is not "perfectly delighted"
with Calotabs. One tablet at bedtime with
a swallow of water-that's all. No taste,
no nausea, no griping, no salts. 'By niorn
ing your liver is thoroughly cleansed and
y you are feeling fine, with a hearty appe
tite Eat what you please-no danger-go
3 about your business.
Calotabs are not sold in bulk. Get an
original package, sealed. Price, thirty.
five cents -(adv.)
om ten tons and
ave sold during.
lys a large ton
erial, and while
anced during the
still cheap corn
before you buy.
'o Your Ford
all-weather' treads. They
more than skin-deep. Tfhey
ce of aultomobile inanufac
public, becaluse of the mile
>othier types~ of Goodyear Clincher
manlb-r sizes . We believe that each E
of the kind at the price..
a good1 stock of Godya Clincher 2
in these smaller sies Also a full
izes plhun, ribdl andl All-Weather
e and ii eavy Tfourist ibes, tire ac
ou G;oodyear sERVICE like our
-best for your car and your pocket
ion Motor Co.,
1anning, S. C.
TIhey Are Prefere byl ' the
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