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Invitation off G. A. R. Chief
BENNETT H. YOUNG
Grcut Gathering of Southern Heroes
and their Descendants at .Macon was
Great Success?Old Soldier?: of Hoth
Armies to Meet on the Uuttletield of
Macon, Ga., May 8.?The choosing
of Chattanooga, Tenn., as the conven
tion city for 1913, the unanimous en
thslastlc acceptance of the Invitation
of Gen. Trlbble, commander-ln-chlef
f the G. A. R., to merge the blue and
the gray at Gettysburg In July to heal
all remaining sores of the long strife
of the sixties, the crowning of Miss
Mary Scandrett of Macon as queen of
I the 1912 reunion before 20,000 people
on Coleman's hill and a Georgia sun
shining over the city all day, featured
the third day of the Twenty-second
annual reunion of the Confederate vet
erans in Macon today.
Chattanooga's victory In the light
for the 1913 reunion was sweeping
over both Jacksonville and San An
tonio came at the close of a rather
stormy session, although the uproar
which retarded the progress of the
convention was nob altogether the
outcome Of the light for the next
At 5 o'clock in the afternoon the
beautiful Coleman's Hill, from which
Jefferson Davis made his last speech
to Confederate soldiers, was a bright
hued mass of people drawn from all
parts of the South, numbering, ac
cording to conservative estimates, 20,.
000, to witness the coronation of Miss
Half a dozen bauds recruited from
Oklahoma to Florida surrounded the
throne-dins set on the highest peak
of one of the most beautiful spots
in Georgia, and as the queen and
her ladies drove up on a great white
float, decorated with lilies and Amer
ican beaut} roses a roar that was
! hoard In every part of Mcon went
up from the crowd. The crown was
' placed on hot" head by Col. W. A.
I Harris, chairman of the reunion ex
| cent Ivo committee.
I The discussion of the Gettysburg
I North and South reunion was very
I brief and what objections were made
I were purely on technical grounds,
i None of those objecting specified
I the reason for their objection beyond
I thai it was a constitutional breach.
I However, Cm. Walker. Gen. Carr and
I others promptly rose to declare that
I the breach was forever healed: that
! not anywhere could be found in the
I ranks of the Confederacy animus to
) wards the soldiers of the Union, and
I that the Gettysburg reunion would
I forever wipe out what fragment of ill
I feeling there might possibly be left.
! The objectors made haste to ally
[ themselves with the overwhelming
I pacific element and the resolution
} Was passed with cheers.
|! Gen. Bennett II. Young, of Louis
I villt>. Ky., was elected commander-ill
I chief in the morning session. Gen.
! G. Irvine Walker of South Carolina
I and Gen. Van Znndt of Texas with
drew before the voting commenced
; and Gen. Walker was honored with a
newly made olllce -thai of honorary
commander. The announcement of
the election of Gen. Voting was re
ceived with tremendous cheering at
the convention in its closing session.
1 ; Gen. George P. Harrison of Opellkn,
, i Ala., was chosen commander of tin
Army of Tennessee to succeed Gen.
When the report of the committee
Oil resolutions was read it was found
that one clause had to do with Gen.
i Trimble's "invitation" for a Joint re
, union of Glue and Gray at Gettys
burg July 3-4-5-6, and recommended
that the Invitation be declined.
The convention, as a whole, how
ever, struck out that clause and with
practical unanimity adopted in it*
stead one written by Gen. Walker, ac
cepting the Invitation. It was passed
The resolution In full Is as follows:
"Whereas, Gen. H. M. TrirnHQe,
commander-ln-chlef of the Grand
Army of the Republic, voicing the
common sentiments of his comrades,
has issued an invitation to the United
Confederate Veterans to participate,
In all good fellowship, with the Grand
Army of the Republic jn the celebra
tion of the 50 anniversary of the
battle of Gettlsburg, which Invitation
Is clothed in the most patriotic senti
ments, which sentiments, so nobly ex
pressed we most highly honor: and
"Whereas, the general invitation to
participate in this celebration has
j been accepted by every State of our
I country and all have appointed repre
Bentatlves. moBt of whom from the
South being our veteran comrades;
"Therefore, be It resolved:
'?First, That the United Confederate
Veterans cordially reciprocate the
frateruit) &u warmly shown in this
Invitation and gladly accept lu the
same spirit of pure patriotism and
sincere good will in which It has been
"Second, That the United Confed
erate Veterans most earnestly and
heartily unite with the Grand Army
of the Republic in the hope so well
expressed by Gen. Trimble that this
even may mark the final and complete
reconciliation of those of the oppos
ing armies of f>0 years ago and the
permanent establishment of harmo
nious and fraternal relation between
the North and South and that it may
gladden the hearts of all our country
"Third, That the largest possible at
tendance of Confederate Veterans at
the said celebration and to represent
the United Confederate Veterans In
any cooperative effort with the Grand
Army of the Republic, the Pennsyl
vania Gettlsburg commission or oth
ers in matters relation to the afore
said celebration a committee be ap
pointed consisting of Gen. C. Irvine
Walker, chairman, and one veteran
from each of the U. C. V. divisions."
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? WINTHROP COLLEGE. *
Winthrop College, May 10.?-The
golden days of education are drawing
to a close and vacation is creeping in
iii our bones. Winthrop'? doors dos?'
1 June the sixth. As we part to our dif
ferent homes all OVOr the state, a
sense of sadness lills our hearts for
we all know that all of us will never
enter these doors again.
The Senior class gave their gradua
i tlon recital Wednesday, the thirteenth.
They left a bridge in memory of Hie
class of 1012. Dr. Johnson accepted
with a few very touching words. Ho
said they would never lind any bridges
lo cross in coming back to the lone
and welcome of Winthrop.
As this is the first year wo have had
student government, wo gave Dr. John
son a lovely set of dining chairs and
the teachers, to complete the set. i v? ?
a table. This was such a surprise.
Mrs. Johnson says he forgo) hi* break
Tlie Inter-Colleglnto Oratorical con
test was a grniid success: also the .In
nior reception Monday night.
The bask el ball teams have had their
day, for this season. Laurens still
leads in athletics among (he gills ;?s
well as the boys. We lind on t ho list
for Field Day Misses Ruth Rrown. the
champion Sophomore hail player, Agile
Wofford, the box jumper, Kate Wof
ford and Ethel Winn, champion rac
ers; Marie Phllpot and Winnie .1 'ans
tennis players. Emma Cooper is the
representative of the Eres h man hi
basket ball, as she plays well. Misses
lOmogcno Wlikes and Pearl ('lardy nro
striving hard for the Sonloi r-1 ass noxt
year. Miss Margaret Tolberi stands
at the head of the Sophomore class and
we cannot expect any thing els., but
the same for Junior class next year.
Miss Pawnee Jones, who for several
weeks has been very III, has roCOVOred.
Misses Daisy Phillips and Bthel
Winn. who were in the infirmary for
several days, have resumed col logo
Escapes an Awful Kate.
A thousand tongues could not ex
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of Jollet, 111., for her wonderful rtellv
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We pay liberal interest consistent with safety.
Laurens, S. C.
N. B. Dial, President C. H. Roper, Cashier
Store and lot. Also nice new dwelling of
Jno. M. Moore. Store near Laurens Mill. Good
proposition ?see us at once.
Splendid lot and three room House on Sullivan
street opposite Mr. J. J. Pluss at a bargain.
Good House and lot on Martin Street.
Fine Farm known as Polly Franks place, four
miles above Laurens, near Greenville and Laurens
road. 100 acres worth the money we can sell it
Home Trust Co.
N. B. DIAL, C. H. ROPER,
President. Sec. & Treas.
LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA
Insure.* protection from April showers by carrying
along a good waterproof Umbrella from Wilson's.
Here can be seen also a line of Ladies' Misses and
Children's Sunshades in light Tans, Colored Ik>rder Dres
den effect. Attractive yet inexpensive.
AMONG THE HOSIERY
Here are found Ladies' pure Silk Hose in Black and
White at 50 cents.
Ladies' Black Lisle Hose having elasticity made with
garter top. These come both in regular and out sizes at
25 cents a pair.
A special number in Misses fine ribbed lisle Hose
these also come in black and white in extra lengths so
much in demand. See them.
Ladies' long Herlin (Hoves at 25 cents and 50 cents
in Silk at $1.00 and $1.50 a pair at
WILSON & CO. I