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* Local and Porsonal Xention *
Dr. and Mrs. J. T. .utledge spent
Friday in Greenville.
Mrs. I. T. Henery, of ,Saylersville,
Ky., is visiting her sister, Mrs. H1. K.
Alken, -this meek.
* iMss Minnie Babb is spending this
week in Greenville with her brother,
Col. Oscar W. Babb.
Mrs. W. H. Martin has as -her guest
her unt, Mrs. Dillsworth of Asheville,
'Mrs. J. F. Blackion and little child
are spending a few days in Columbia
dir.' and Mrs. 'W. G. .Ihncaster, Mr.'
and Mrs. John L. Gilkerson, and Mr.
Allie diee spent Sunday in Greenwood,
where they went to attond the funeral
of their aunt, Miss Julia 1). H'odges,
who died early that morning, at the
age of 82 years.
The many friends of 'Miss Mary Fer
guson who has been ill for the past
several days at the Moreland Apart
ment will regret to know that t was
ncessary for her to go to Columbia
last night for treatment at the Column
'la IHospital. - Greenwood Index
'Dr. and 'Mrs. 1W. D. Ferguson an
Mr. and Mrs.'R. V. Ir1by will leave Monl
day morning for Sumter to spend a
week with Rev. and Mrs. J. P. Marion.
Col. T. '). Darlington came up from
'oluimbla Saturday to spend the week
end at home. Col. Iiarlington has re
cently had his office and staff moved
from Charleston to Columbia and is
now nearer home.
SPostmaster James H1. Sullivan and
Carrier Charlie 4Hellams, of the city,
qpost-office, and Mr. Joe :Phinney, of the
Watts iMills ipost-office, were witnesses
at federal court in Greenwood Tues
day, but the case in which they were
interested, that of amie Knight, col
ored, charged with sending obscene
matter through the mails, nyas post
poned. While in Greenwood they said
.they saw another local citizen, Mr.
i1bb Copeland, who is on the jury. Mr.
Copeland, they said, seemed consider
ably dissatisfied because Uncle Sam1
didn't luve a cotton wire run into the
court house where Jurors could hear
the market reports. The nearest wire
'from the Green-wood court house is
about a quarter of a mile and Mr.
Copeland, according to these gentle
men, not being able to leave the
grounds, was as restless as a caged
Among the guests at the Laurens
Hotel thlis week is Col. ). B. Scott, of
Kentucky, plmter and stock raiser.
Col. Scott sp'nt several mfnlths in the
city last spring and is in the city again
on a combined business and pleasure
trilp, renewing acquai ntences made
earlier in ithe year.
Miss Mattle Lee 'Riddle, one of the
teachers of tBoiling Spring graded
sch'ool, spent the week-end with her
parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Iiddle
nea'r the city.
lievival Meeting Closes
The special series of scervices wvhich
have been in progress at the Fliirst
Presbyterian church sin e October 23,
camne to a close Sunday evening, wvhen
the congregatlion of all .the churches
of the city gathered to attend the final
service. 1D'. J. H-. Hlenderlite, wvho
lead the services, returned to his home
.In Gastonia, N. C. Monday. The ser
vices were -well attended throughout
'the series, a number of accessions :to.
the churches of the city being made as
direct results, while -the spiritual
awakening among the member'sh ip 'will
doubtless have a far-reaching effect.
M rs. Lou Lawson D~ead
Mrs. Lou :Lawson, for many years a
'esident of .this city, died Friday in
pamtanburg, .where she had been vis
ng her son for' several weeks. The
dy was brought here Saturday morn
* and interredl in the 'Laurens ceme
y. She is survived 'by two sons,
irs, 'Leo andl Ernest Lawson, both
partanbui'g. A brother, Th. G. F.
icy, liv.es at Cr'oss Anchor in Un
'ay Off for Rural Carriers
' eter carriers are .to have
Armistice Day, as a holiday,
g to an announcement sent out
1JohnsA, executive committee
GOray Court, yesterday. Mr.
vas authorized to mak the
sent 4n a telegram fW.
vattorney for -the' ates
ing at Friendship
T. Squires will fill his
i Friendship - 'Presby
4next Sunday afternoon
DGflE, No. 19, A. F. )E.
timet,to Lodge, No. 19,
., will. be held on
* '~'nIght, Nov. 11th,
ree t and : visit
ome, Work in 'E.
DETRWIT MAKES te
FOCH WELCOME, 0
Finds Path Strown With Flowers. lI
Canadat Takes Hand.'It
Detroit, Nov. 7.---Marshal Foch's
Journey into iMichigan today was over I
a -path s'trewn with flowers. His wel- at
come was from practically the entire a
population of -the cities in which lie ti
stopped, including .Detroit, with its SC
million people. 4V
Detroit's welcone, intenpreted by the 81
number of people who crowded the
thoroughfares through which he S4
iasscd, exceeded that of any city lie
has visited-with the possible exception
of New York.
Canada also Joined w-ith Michigan ini
,welcoming the marshal of Franco. az
Windsor, Ont., sent a umber of the
naple leaf soldiers and a highland
band to participlate in ,the parade. It
was one of the few 'times Canadian
soldiers have crossed the international
line, the last being when a contingent
came over to extend a welcome to
Colonel Roosevelt on the occasion of
his visit here about a year before his
farshal Foch and his party did not
arrive until 1 o'clock, coming from
Chicago by way of Camp Custer, Bat
tle Creek, Jackson and Ann Ai'bor.
leoaving his train here, the marshal
found his pathway to the street strown
with roses and chrysanthemums, the
tribute of welfare workers and nurses
who served in .the War.
After a formal reception 'In the city
hall where le .ws welcomed by Mayor
James Couzens, lie was driven III the
.'aIrade through the downtown streets
and to two *of Detroit's large automo
bile factories. lie made a tour of one
of the fact6ries and exiressed sur
'prise at its magnitude. lie then rest
cd before attending the banquet in his
honor and the mass meeting in the
The entire faculty and student body
of the University of 'Michigan, besides
most of Ann Arbor's citizens, were at
the Ann Arbor station to welcome
Marshal Foch today. In li,; message to
the university faculty and students, lie
said lie was a great believer In a thor
ough education and -was "proud of the
fact that I have never ceased to he a
fEarlier in the day he had dedi'ated
the Roosavelt American Legion hospi
tal at Camp Custer.
"Marshal Foch left affpr midnight for
Cleveland where he will a"r.vea t 9
o'clock toiorrow 1 morning to be the
guest of that. city for two day!.
AGI.\iL SALES-"41 310NDA1Y
County Ofi(aer -Dispose of Con;sidei
able Property Iin S'tlemenit of l
Tle coun ty officers mde he follow
Ing sales of' real estato Mond-ty, srl -
day of November:
Cierk of Court
In tlhle case of Ro.ert I. L'v; vs
Henry Pose., 110 nres na.:- Clinton,
bought by.John I. Young '
In the case of Laurens iuilding and
Loan Association vs Ilenry G):nt, hot
in city of Lauraens, -bonght byli A. C.
Todd, Att'y., for $3195.
In the ease of Lauriens 1Rui1dinmn
Loan Association vs D~ora leleming, lot
in city of Laurens, bought by C. H!.
D~uckcett for $700.
In the case of .T. W. Tloddl vs Sanm A.
and( S. W. Williams, lot in city of Lau
recns, bought by A. C. Todd, Alt';'.
In the settlenment of- the, estate of
Abe Cook, (65 aci es bought by J. C.
Cox for $1,650.
.Judge of Probate
In settlemient of the estate of 10liza
'beth -Noffz 24 acres in Cross l11ll town
ship, bought by -Miss Sarah Thompson,
In settlement of the estate of Frank
Abererombie, three iparcels of land
-aggregating 141 acr'eh, moro i less,
bought by Mrs. Mary E. Abeo'erombie
Mr. and Mrs. John Lafayette Mc
Clintoek, of Ora, announce tpie en
gagement of their daugihter, Alice, to
a'r. Evins A, Goodwvin, of Ujnion, the
wedding to take -place in eai'ly ayinter'.
WOMEN CLAIM D)ISCRIMINATION
Winthirop Alumnae Would Ifa4 Stato
Legislature Equalize Appropritions
for Male and Female Instiutibus.
At a recent meetdng of the local
enalter of Winthrop Alun.nge h'eld at
the home of 'Misses Miat'y Bello and
Sarah Balbb, tbpe resolutio'ns printed
'below wer'e heartily endorsed 'Uy the
These resoltutions 'were pasped by
1#embers of the State 'FedclaatIon of
Wonin's Clubs at itheir convention in
Camden,-they have been hearijy en
dorsed -~rthe Charpters of Winthrop
Daughtet in the State, by a large body
of alumnae assembled at Withropu
~ummer School last summie ,p~ by
the hadesof all the state-wide' oagan
lzatio~ ' Nwomen. Who' adskmbled 'at
Winthrop dellege on July' th, at 'te
call oQt 'chairman of the South
Crl ~a~ue of: Women Woe.
ouState ineutution~ char
red and established for the higher t
lucation of women is Winthrop Col
ge, chartered at a time 'when no such cS
ovision had been made elsewhere Sy I
e state; and 4
Whereas, This State College for wo
on enrolls nearly as many students I
the three State colleges for men, -
kd furnishes the majority of the
ained teachers for the common
hools (there being five times as many
Dmen teaching In the whole of the
,ate as .there are anen):
Be it resolved: First, That we, the
)uth Carolina Federation of Women's
ubs, realize keenly that the work of
inthrop College has ben seriously
Lndicapped by the action of the -leg
lature at its last session in making
L appropriation inadequate to meet
Make a real event of
the return of loved or
having on "display"
pretty new furniture.
Think how it would
sion. Think how p
will all be.
And in this connectic
you want to ease yot
as please your eye,
your selections in our
Those who appreci
room furniture will
suites we are showin
Most Complete Lin,
$2.90 the Pa
The most beautil
he needs of the. institution;
Second, That in view of the fact that
lo much larger appropriations were
nade 'by the legislature for the higher
Iducation of the young men of the
3tate than for the young women, we
5hall request a just division of the
state's money for educatilon between
ts young men and its young women.
Third, That we take urp this -matter
vith our representativcs; that we iut
)ehind it the whole strength of the
whole womanhood of South Carolina,
o the end that the legislature shall
)rovide adequate money for the con
inuance and development of the great
vork which Winthrop College is doing
or the womanhood of the State, thus
;erving the dearest interests of South
Jarollna-her home and her schools.
a Their R
this Thanksgiving and
tes to home fireside, by
one or two pieces of
brighten up the occa
leased and happy you
n, do not forget that if
ir pocket book as well
you will want to make
7te high grade dining
surely appreciate the
g. The prices, too, are
ul line we have ev
[nvite You to. Call
Rev. J. L. Browieo Dead
Rev. J. L. -Brownlee, father of Mrs.
A. V. Todd, of this city, (lied at his
home In. Birmingham Saturday and
was buried there Sunday. 'Mrs. Todd
has been at his bedside for several
weeks and Mr. Todd spent several
days there last week and left when
Mr. Brownlee showed some signs of
inmprovement. He returned when he
heard of his death to attend the fun
cral, returning to Laurens Monday
night. Mr. Brownlee had vfsited here
on a number of occasions and had
many friends who were sorry to learn
of his death.
Soliciting for Rescue Work
Miss F. M. Young, field agent of the
Florence Crittenton. Home and Train
In our store we are show
ues in dependable artist
hard to beat anywhere.
Our stocks are brand ne
ing the finest lines of furr
erings that money can I
low prices are pared do
Look at the prices and r
Then come in and make
Just to see the bed room
ing is to want them. TI
pearance as you woul
workmanship the very b
that we know you will b
~ ..~$ from the
Rugs $ 5.50,
er show n---and the i
I and See Our Di
ing School of South Carolina, located
at Charleston, has been in the city
several days soliciting funds for this
institution. She expects to remain
here until .tomorrow, visiting those
whom she thinks will assist in main
taining the school. The Florence CPit
tenton [Ionic Is an institution for pre
ventative ad rescue work among young
and unfortunate girls. It has beei
maintained by public subscription
about eighteen years and has a recog
nized record of useful work, 'besides
having the endorsement of the State
board of Charities and Correction.
This school has received considerable
aid here in the past, -but Miss Young
is hoping this year that the fund will
show a considerable increase as money
now is very sorely needed.
ing an array of val
ic house furnishing
1w. We are show
iiture and floor cov
uy. And the new
vn to the limit on ev
oieces shown below.
suites we are show- (
iey are as fine in ap
di wish, finish and
est. Priced so low
y complete line you
including every grade
finest downs in silk
Sto the cheapest
>rices are lower.