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Old Soldier* Enjoy the Annual Gatb
ering with the People of Hospitable
Alken. April 21.?The grand parade
here ?thla afternoon at 5:30 o'clock,
with probably 1.000 veterans, sons of
veterans, officers and lady attendants,
! marching in review to the stirring
: strains of a big Augusta band, might
i be sal J to have practically brought
! to a close the 1913 reunion of the
South Carolina division, United Con
federate Veterans, in session here yeb
terday and today.
As a matter of fact, numbers of the
veterans and other visitors had made
their departure earlier in the day.
Crowds will leave in the evening
trains and it is expected that by mid
ight at least half of the crowd mak
ing merry here for the past two days
will have left the city.
However, the reunion does not ofll
clally terminate until the conclusion
of the grand ball, given this evening
at the Titantian hall In compliment to
the visiting ladies.
Filling in tb some extent the rapidly
depicting ranks are new comers, here
for that social function. Nevertheless,
tomorrow morning the reunion will
have* become only a pleasant memory.
With one accord visitors express re
gret ac having to leave Alken, and on
every hand are beard comments laud
ing Alken for her hospitable enter
tainment of the reunion visitors.
To Meet at Anderson.
The next reunion will be held at
Anderson, the only city in the State
to make a bid for the convention.
The dramatic entertainment at the
Thestone theatre Wednesday evening
was a pronohnced success. It was pre
ceded by the formal presentation o;'
the ladiec of the reunion and the in
troduction of each individual was
heartily and most cordially applauded.
The three-act drama entitled "In
Dixie" scored a decided hit. and has
been given praise seldom bestowed
upon amateur theatricals.
The grand climax or finale of the
third act was very spectacular when,
as Tipton WInton, a drummer boy, in
the Confederate army, Mason Craft
shouting the he wasn't whipped, and
declaimed, "Three Cheers for the Con
federacy, Now and Forever," leaped
upon a table and began to wave tire
Stars and Bars as a "Dixie chorus"
circled the stage. Miss Clio Rothrock
sang the verses, while all on the stage
joined In the chorus.
During one of the intermissions.
Gen. Teague, commander of the di
vision, sang. "I'm An Old Time Con
At another intermission Miss Fila
Croft recited "The Jacket of Gray."
The veterans and sons of veterans
held business sessions yesterday morn
ing, the former in the theatre, the
latter in the Titantian hall, routine
business being transacted.
Gen. Teague Reelected.
When it came time for election of
officers, Gen. B. Hammett Teaguu was
placed in nomination for reelection as
commander of the division.
Gen. V. it. Brooks took the chair
and by acclamation the division's be
loved commander, was elected. Gen.
Teague's resumption ol the chair was
received with prolonged applause, to
which he responded most graciously,
thanking his comrades for tho honor
I and assuring them that when they
thought ho had outlived his period of
usefulness he would most cheerfully
relinquish the rlloe to another.
At the suggestion of some one that
the convention consider the place of
the next State reunion, Col. Reed of
Anderson presented to the convention
a hearty invitation from the Piedmont
city to make that place reunion head
quarters next spring.
The Invitation was received and ac
cepted with many cheers.
In thanking Anderson for her invi
tation Gen. U. R. Brooks stated that
he was confident that Anderson would
be equal to the occasion and entertain
the veterans ri;<ht royally, but never
any place more royally than Alken.
He then took occasion to pay a
most glowing rlbute to Alken, prais
ing the citizens for their hospitality
and kindness, cxtollng her many
beauties and declaring that It matter
ed not where future reunions might
be held, none would ever eclipse the
one of 1913 held In Aiken.
This declaration provoked pleased
and happy applause from the Aikcnitcs
sitting about the convention hall.
While these business sessions were
on the visiting ladles were taken in
automobiles for a tour of Alken and
the surrounding country. They were
very much pleased with the beauty of
the country and were extravagant in
their praises of this section of the
This afternoon at 5:30 o'clock was
formed the column for the grand pa
rade and review. Lieut. Jas. H. Haw
kins acted as chief marshal for the
occasion, Capt. J. M. Richardson and
L. C. Boone assistants. The column
formed, dressing to the left with head
stationed tt tho southwest corner
of Main and Barnwell, 'facing east.
First came the police corps of the
city of Alken, followed by the parade
marshals on horseback. Third was
Gen. Teague and his staff, with the
ladles. Fourth came the veterans,
followed by the sons of veterans, the
rear being brought up by the Boy
\ Grand Parade.
At the order to march the column
doubled upon itself, twice executing
the column right, and proceeded down
Main street to the northeast corner
of Main and Park avenue, there exe
cuting column left, and continuing to
the park of the Confederate monu
ment, where were align* J the daugh
ters and school children to distribute
flowers and laurels to the veterans.
Circling the park the formation
marched in review before a stand
erected for the occasion, and *occu
pled by Gen. C. Irvine Walker and
others. The formation was then dis
The parade was ' one of the most
spectacular and impressive features of
the reunion, and through long lanes
of cheering people, 'slowly moving
vehicles and waving banners, with
showers of bouquets, the" veterans
Mountville, April 28.?The play
"Home Ties" presented by our local
talent club last Friday night was at
tended by one of the largest audienc
es ever assembled in the school build
ing and was a decided success and
' thoroughly enjoyed by all. The play
I shown in four acts depicted rural life
I in "Old Virginia". Following is a
\ cast of the characters as presented:
Martin Winn, with memories of
the past E. A. Fuller
Leonard Everett, a son of the soil
C. S. Hipp
Harold Vincent, a duke from New
York .1. H. Fellers
Josiah Tizzard, an umbrella men
der S. B. Goodman
Rutli Winn, Martin's daughter
Miss Nellie Miller
I Belle Wayne, Ruth's friend from
the city Miss Mary Billard
j Aunt Melissa, Martin's sister
,Miss l/ouise Richardson
Mrs. Poplin, a widow with "symp
toms" Miss Annie Fellers
Lindy .lane, a girl who helps
around Miss Vashtl Fuller
To mention the "stars" in this play
, would bo to mention each actor and
! actress, for each one acted their part
admirably well, but the alllictions of
Mrs. Poplin gained tho sympathy of
the audience, with her symptoms of
appendicitis, etc., which proved to be
only a wound from Cupid's dart, in
flicted by the umbrella mender, and
we think (the old-maidish ^tylo in
which Miss Annie presented her part
deserves special ment'on. Lindy Jane,
the dtisky damsel, who helped around
was ever on the alert, and every ready
to attend the wants of those in trou
i ble. There were several counlcs of
"long standing" in the audience, who
might "sit up and take notice" to the
suggestions of Belle Wayne In "bring
ing things to pass."
Manager Fellers Is planning to pre
sent this play again soon cither at
Clinton or Cross Hill and all who at
tend may be sure of a treat. The net
receipts here were $12.00.
The piano music furnished by Mr.
Fred Sorbor of the Cable Co.. was good
and very much appreciated.
Mr. Harry Hlcklin of the P. C. of
S. C. student body was over Friday
night for "Home Ties." (?)
Mrs. Mills Hunter of Greenville is
visiting her mother and other rela
tives in town. ,
About fifty young people from
Cross Hill and vicinity attended the
play Friday night.
A Generous Tronpe.
The Laurens amateur theatrical
people who presented "Down By The,
Sea" at the school auditorium Monday
night for the benefit of the Baptist
parsonage, are not only very good en
tertaners but mighty liberal hearted
folks as well.
Members of (he Fountain Inn church
had expected to pay a generous share
of the proceeds for the sorvlces of the
visitors. But the I*aurcns people de
clined anything more than enough to
pay their auto fare from their home
town to Fountain Inn.
The play met with unusual success.
The audience was attentive and appre
Forty-odd dollars were collected at
the door, and the net receipts amount
ed to something over twenty-eight dol
Fountain Inn people extend their
hearty thanks for the entertainment.
?Fountain Inn Tribune.
"My little son had a very severe
cold. I was recommended to try
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and be
fore a small bottle was finished ho
was finished he was as well as ever,"
writes Mrs. H. Silks, 29 Dowllng St.,
Sydney, Australia. This remedy Is
for sale by all dealers.
PINE BLCFF NEWS.
Pine Bluff, April 28.?Mr. John Hol
land and nephew, little John of Green
wood, were vis'tors of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Holland Sunday at "Old Car
Mr. .1. E. Spearman spent Sunday
with Mr. R. W. Brown and family.
A number of our young people at
tended the play "Home Ties" in
Mountvillo lost Friday night. Those;
who attended were Messrs J. H. Camp-,
bell, R. W. Boazman, E. W. Brown
and Misses Mary and Eloise Brown.
The play was just fine?hard to be
Mr. O. E. Boatman has been sick
with lagrippe. He is much better now
and hopes to soon resume his work
on the church.
We wish to drge every member and
those who wish to join, the Sunday j
j school at Bathabara to be present
next Sunday for we want to elect
superintendent, secretary and the
other teachers that are needed. We
were delighted to see so many out j
Mr. J. D. Boazman who came home
a few weeks ago on account of having
chills returned Wednesday to his work
in Atlanta. Ga.
Mrs. A. M. Turner has been suffer
ing for several weeks with carbunkles.
LIVER GETTING LAZY!
DON'T STOP WORK
Take Dodson's Lher Tone and Go
About Your Business^ It will Liven
Fp Your Liver Without Harm.
A billo,U8 attack or constipation can
be relieved in a short while by a
spoonful of Dodson's Liver Tone?the
mild, vegetable remedy that every
Just ask Laurens Drug Co. about
l>odson's Liver Tone. They know
that it is a harmless preparation that
starts the liver without violence and
puts you into shape without interfer
ing with your habits This store guar
antees it to be all that, and will give
you your money back if you don't
find Dodson's Liver Tone gives you
quick, easy relief.
Dodson's Liver Tone is for both
grown-ups and children. It has a
pleasant taste, and is safe and re
liable. The price is 50 cents for a
large bottle, and your 50 cents back
to you if you tell Laurens Drug Co.
that it hasn't been a benefit to you.
Don't take calomel, and don't buy
imitations of Dodson's Liver Tone?
you may run into danger if you do.
Buy Dodson's?the medicine that th
Laurens Drug Co. recommends and
WARRIOR CREEK. *
Worrior Creek. April 28.?A light]
rain fell "here Saturday evening and
another Sunday which proved very
beneficial to our farmers.
Rev. L. S. Shealy filled his reg iiar
appointment Saturday and Sunday.
He will preach to the men only on
next fourth Saturday night at eight
o'clock at the church.
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Wilson, of Shi
loh, attended church here Sunday.
Miss Caroline Fowler has returned
home from Lanford where 3he atteiui
ed school this session.
Mrs. Alma Adams and children, of
Fountain Inn, spent Saturday and
Sunday with her father, Mr. J. R. Mar
Miss Mauda Garrett was the attrac
tive guest of Miss Erilla Browniee
Misses Blanche and Alibelle Burns,
of Laurent*, spent Sunday with their
cousins, Misses Josie and Edna Entre
Messrs Willie Simpson and Thomas
Bolt, of Laurens, visited our com
munity Sunday afternoon.
Masters Raymonds and Ithiel Burns'
spent Friday night with their grand
mother, Mrs. Mary Browniee.
Quite a number of our young folks
attended, closing exercises at Lanford
school Friday night.
Special! A good size Crex Art
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========== AND ? 5
Have your Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by
men who know how. You'll find them here at
Over H. Terry's Store
Laurens, South Carolina
ON SALE FRIDAY
ON SALE FRIDAY
One Lot 25 Skirts
One lot Serges, Panamas, Cords.
Values from $5.00 to $6.00. Your
One Lot Silk
One lot Silk, and Silk and Cotton
Mixtures. Values up to 50cts per
yard. Your choice
19 cts per yard
One Lot Men's Oxfords
One lot 75 pairs Men's Oxfords,
good values at $3.00 to ,$3.50.
One Lot 75 Shirt Waists
One lot 75 Shirt Waists, White
Lawn, Madras and Voile. Values
$1.00 to $2.00. Your choice
Lot Women's Oxfords
One lot 100 pairs Women's Ox
fords Odds and Ends, style just a
little off but extra good values.
Former price from $1.50 to $3.00.
Your choice from
69 to 99 cts
Lot Children's Oxfords
One lot 100 pairs Children's Ox
fords Odds and Ends. Special
Laurens' Best Store.