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PIINCE 0F WALES
.ADED F-'OR SOU'TH
Heir ito British Tirone on Way From
Waslhingtonl. ( oes to .1 iiilid1s.
\\ashinrgton. Nov. I I.-The Prince of
Wales 'left \\ashington tonight. accoi
panlied only by his immediate personial,
staff. for a1 tlit'e day Stay inl a South
ern win ter irsort. where he proposes
to ienlain i si t incognito. I I in
,text ptiic appearance will he Tues
day. when lie at rives inl New York to
renaini there tuntil he sails for Ihug
lud Ite following Satir'day.
The prittc called today oil .I tA.
Carshall, wife of Vice President Mar
shl. who has been slightly indis
posetd. On Iis et Iurn from a trip to
the naval academy at .\nnrapolie ie
paid ia visit to Cardinal Gibbonls. the
ent rahle head of the lonman Catholic
chrc in America. Ie was received
'II cardinal il tihe rectory of SI.
P'. 's thret .lh and chatted with him
ftr 'n m101111in4s. .\fterwards lie drove
(f) 11'5elmont home. Mhere he dinoed
A; The door. of the rectory thec prince
wa .retetd by .lamiies lhur'ns. a vetetan
i.' Itoin war and a formi-r trooper
- - Tenr h Iloyal lls' ars. "lie
rinfl's own." low rns told tle prince
:bat :w had foried onle of the gu-Iard
(1 h1 ia t w t' ett weddin4 (if his fatiher
Ti.- princ di. carded his milIr
nif.'rm il lhi of his visit to Anna l -
ois ;n1l wore ti Cotuznl e of a captaill
il C'. royal I navy. At the naval acad
':my hte was initroduced to ihe faiouis
il' Of (the acadteiy. Wheln Ie enter
11.' 'teeat rmmiriorial hall, where tIhe
.tin" midshiinliiiei Were assembleid.
riCu'ley, the school's threl'
ai.'. jillilited to th eplatformn anl
alld for "lFoiir navies atid three
prine.'s." The biL- huildinig shnook at
ie roari that followed.
Afteria brief adlress to the midship
men in1 which he paid tribute to the
.1llit v meli t of the Amelican la y in
he war, the prince planted a mietioto'ial
'it ill froit of Bancroft hall.
wit i th i 0.1 ion 7 tu,, 'alS
Tette ig 4>ll thf1q
becon hvila.r -ltcohe
trealt : ls6 ld Iful';Sl
C t ue. tin Hunlt 'S l.
hc~ MtCentin e o l rm
' cRa)inom.tch ete Dont
Mon. Back Guarenttee. To y
it at oir risk TODAY Price 'Sc
For sale locally by
. bill, the r
miles to L1
NAMED FOl SEINATE.
Cabiuet 31lember Succeeds ThI'Itoiiais S.
Marti. Will Leave Cabliet.
Richmoinid, Nov. I.-.-Appointment of
Seiretary Glass to the United States
senate to suceceed the late Thomas S.
Martin and the aceaelilee of lr.
Glass were tmnnounced tonight by Le
roy Hlodges. ide to Governer Davis.
Senator Martin had just been elect
ed and his term toes not expire until
192.5. The election of senators by pop
ular vote, however, leaves the governor
full power to fill the vacancy until the
electorate can do so.
'Mr. Glass lives In Lynchburg, in the
western inrt of the state, not far from
Mir. Martin's home in Charlottesville.
lit was a menber of congress before
taking the treastry portfolio and as
chairman of the house banking comn
mittee took a leading part in framing
and passing the federal reserve law.
1His business Is that of a newspaper
Washuington, Nov. 1.-.--Carter Glass,
who was today appointed senator from
Vir'uinita to fill tihe vacancy caused by
the death of Senator Mariin. has beeni
at tli head of the treasury :,inlce lhe
rtesia1tion of William G. .\Adoo.
Should le decide to take the senate
seal, his going will make the sixth
clta'n-e itn Presidt'nt Wilson's eatinet
sin1ce its formation at the innt'ginwig or
t' first administration itn 191:1. The
other meiib ters who left were. re
spectively. Attorney General ANley
nis)4. Secretary Garrison of ilhe wIr
depari'tmnentit. verretary Biryan of th
Istale depatmlient. Attornley Geniral
Grt'egory and Secreary liedliIld of the
departmtuu of commerce.
Thote is tno indieation at preseit as
to 'whomu Presi denit Wilson might se
Ieet for .\Mr. Glass's place.
BIlNGS THlE HCOSES T114
C11111,1E N'S C'HE ESi
.ilther: Birew This Yuthabllle T4.1 all
Hlome. Goodl llenlth to sill 1the F111mily)
To drive out of it system imii-i
ies that keiep1 you feeling muisertable i
good advice. and people whio walit het
tr blood and keior1ct epjoyment of lift
shoubl not negl II t/king at least
I wo-weki tr k Ie t (of gentle health
hiling K.& l.' .
I r ggiss wI'ill tis I you lhat sorcs 01
people enjoy a citp at hedtimeit, beca us
it keeps tiver and howels itn proplw
condition antd ends bilious attacks aml
ive if to te chiirdn' whlen itcfgevisl
Iheiy lik it, and it acts very get ly ol
their little howels. 1s sure you ge
1)r. tat rt's K. & B1. Tea.
best answer to the ~
I full from the baser
nore you will be be
mrdise was bought
ne goods now 201
s to J. C. Burns & C
everythne rou~ need
iy your Fall andc Wii
iforts, Counterpa nes
nterns, and thousan
let us figure with yoa
. 1 Stoe 210 West Lau
ied ait Ills Ho01ne it titis City after
lMliness of Several 3Ioitls.
-.\ir. .lhenry .M. Wright, who siffered
a stroke of paralysis several months
ago and a second one last week, died
at his home on .lones sitreet Wednes
day morning at t; o'clock. The burial
services took place at the i.aurens
cemetery hurs(lay morning at ii:)30
o'clock and were largely attended b*ty
friends antd relatives. Tle services
were conducted by Rev. I. IN. Kennedy.
of Ora, and Rlev. J. 11. Williams, of
this city. .any beautifil floral tri
butes were laid upon the gravii after
i'lr. Wright was a native of New
berry county, blitt had lived inl alttrens
for about -12 years. le married .\lrs.
M ollie Redden Wa'hingtoi. of the
Mount Olive section after lit moved to
i,aurt'ens and she with four dalglters
suirvive hit. as follows: 'Mrs. Rosa
Wright Blranilett, M.s. Chaliners
Armstrong and .\liss .\largaret Wriit,
all of this city, and Mrs. W. A. Stith.
of Charlestton. A brother, liv. R1ich
ard Wright. of Ieorgia. alsso ir vives
I'he deeased\ was of a kindly and
loyal dispositlioll always millitng to
rnd r Is-;isitnc to thos ill al'i'tlicion
and his assing was dte.ply regrttd
by mnany frienlds.
S~~~tuL N, )I SAtI ('r~ L Ent
Stall. of Souith ('arlina111,
County of Lturencus.
IN COt'ILT 01.' CO.\l.\ON i'14!.\S.
.\. S-. Biailey & soil, Plaintiff,
Anldrwv F'uller, Defenidantl.
Pursuiant to aI lietrre of Ithe ( ouri
': the above stated case, I will sell at
Pibli otiry t ) the higlhest bidder, at
141treis C. 11., S. C.. on Salesday ir
DO(etembetr next, being Monday thte Ist
(lay of tlie month, during the lega
houirs for such sales, the following de
scribed property. to wit:
All that. lot) piece or parcel of lano
being and sit te in the town of Clin.
ton, Couity and State aforesaid, hav
ing tlt following metes and bounds
IS feet by 90 ffet, (and being knowil
as lot from and bouniided by lots o
Lawson Satterwhite, by Alfred Itarne
anld another lot of Andrew Fuller
known as lot No. l'..
Termis of Sale: ensl. I'lturchlaser t<
pay for papers, stamps and recording
If tlt terms of sale ar no ott ompli
witil. the' land to be re-so d oil sam
or' some subst'itflnt Salesday ott samtt
trms, .11 risk of former ptilichaser.
C. A. POWE'Rl,
C C. r. . &13. S., Iatutens, S. C
Dated, this Nov. 7, I'll!. 17i-:3t-4
the Quinine That Does Not Affect tho Hea
Decause of its tonic and laxative effect. i.A.\ '
I TIVE DROMO QUININIE is better tha:tn oi1tinat
t Ouinine and does not caISC ncrvousness no
ringiing in hend. Remember lhe funl naiie an
'ook for the signature of E. 'V. GROVE. wc
>roblem of getting y<
nent to the ceiling.
nefited by. our huge
early in the spring
to 40?pe cent un
o.'s Two Bipg Stores~
in ur Two Bi D
ater~L bill of Clothiim
Suits, Dr'ss Skirts, C
ds of other items w<
ui on your Fall bill. 3
WO RED IRO
rens Street No.
State of South Caroillun,
County of Laurens.
IN COURT OF COMM.\ON PLEAS.
W. P. Wham, Plaintift,
T. E0. Nelson, Defendant.
Pursuant to a Decree of the Court
in the above stated case, I will sell at
uhlie outcry to the highest bidder, at
1Laurens U. II., S. C.. o1 Salesday in
December next, being .ionday the 1st
day of the month, during the legal
hours for such sales, the following (e
scribed property, to wit:
All that lot, piece of parcel of land
situate, lying and being in laurens
County, South Carolina, containing
,seven (7) acres more or less and
bounded by lands of .1. 11. Taylor, An
nile Mills, rom Goldsmith, Taylor
Street and others. Also all that cer
lain lot or parcel of land lying, being
and situate in the above Stale and
County containing four (4) acres more
or less and bounded by lands of W. C.
Babb, J. C. Cox, R1ev. Stanback and
Ternis of Sale: cash. Purchaser to
pay for iapers, stamps andi recor(ing.
If the terms of sale are not comilied
with, the land to be re-sold on same or
solme suibse(iuent Salesday on same
terlls, at risk of former purchaser.
C. C. C. P. & G. S.. I aaurens. S. C.
Dated, tlis Nov. 11, 1919. 1--3t-A
Buy By Mail
and ave Money
Write For o Catalogue NJ. ClIl
It shoiws r an~y at tract ive, laictt~
styles of sijtic thal ~at inot be
bou),ght insaltowni stores. It
wI S . lve you 4o1n'y aad -11h"w
ouir systeml if aiving- anl ::b 'o ne
f' a in l satisfat ion.
Quality. Style a.-d P,-ice t.': .'est
C::r::n-eed to Wcar, Fit c.-:d atic fy
>ur Fall and Winter 19
The sooner you con
stocks and money a
on a lov7 ma'rket for
ider to-dav's market
ad buy y.:ur fall ai
pa rment Stores. It
, Hats2, S.hoes, Dry (
oats, Sweaters, Undei
Shades, Crockery, Er
a haven't time or spa<
r'ou can save 15 to 32
N RACKET ST4
! Store North Side of the
Carload of .Extra Fine
The best to be had. Do not fail to
see ese fine animals before buy
ing.LWe have bought them right
and will sell them the 'same way.
Several New Fords on Hand
Going Fast. Conie and See Them
F. P. & J. R
Laurens, S. C.
I.P A NY'S
lerchandise. Our Two Buildings
1e and buy your fall and winter
aving values. Practically all of
this fall and winter and we are
prices. It will pay you to come
-id winter bill. YouA will find
will pay you to come~ many
IQoods, Dress Goods, Millinery,
-wear, Hosiery, Glves, Blankets,
iamelware, Tinware, Glassware,/
::e to mention in this newspaper.
per cent by buying your bill at
DRES Laurens, S. C.
Public Square in Burns RBlock)