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Local and Personas Neso.
Miss Caroline Holmes left Tuesday
for St. iMary's College, Raleigh, N. C.
Son. N. '1. Dial left yesterday for
Washington on official business.
Mrs. John Glikerson left Saturday
for Sumter to visit relatives for a few
'.\iiss Rachael Carpenter, of Green
ville, has been visiting Miss Mary
Roper for several days.
Miss Mary .Bowers, of Americus,
Ga., is Visiting Miss Sarah 'Dunlap oi
South Harper street.
.Mrs. J. H. Young and Mrs. D. 1H.
Hughes, of Gray Court, were visitors
in the city Monday.
Mrs. J. S. Bennett and Miss Cath
arine Hagquist 'returned Friday from
Asheville, Ridge Crest and Montreat,
N. C.
Mr. and MIrs. Chiles Calhoun, of
Greentwood, spent the week-end in the
city 'with their 'parents,'Dr. and Mrs.
RW. H. 'Diafl.
Messrs. Walter and Albert Pink
beineib, Frank (3arber, Jack Delaney
and Johnnie Sohmidt left Laurens
Thursday morning for San Diego, Cal.
via automobile. They expect to make
the trip in about three weeks.
Mr. Nash 'Phitpot returned yester
day after several months' trip in the
northern states and 'Canada, with a
chautauqua company. lie visited his
friend, Mr. B.'. Boyd, for three weeks
in Akron, N. Y., before coming home.
Mr. C. C. -Wharton, of Greenwood,
was in the city Monday making one
of his regular visits at the Wharton
iClothing Company. Mr. Wharton stat
ed that lie exuects to go to the north
ern markets the latter part of this
week to. 'buy fall goods.
Mrs. W. S. Tuttle, who has been vis
iting at the home of her parents on
Irby avenue, will -leave Saturday for
her home in Atlanta. She will -be ac
companied by her sister, Miss Annie
'Laurie Thompson, who will spend the
winter with her.
Messrs. B. and Luther Stone and
their sister, Mrs. Ina Irby, have re
turned from Atlanta after a visit to
their sister. -Mrs. 'Sallie ladden, and
family. They also visited another
:brother, Guy Stone, who is now, re
covering for an operation undergone
in one of the Atlanta hospitals.
Mr. 1-1. F. Rush, government cottol
grader here during the last season,
has hbeen visiting friends in the coun
ty for a few days before going to Cam
den, where he will be in the cotton
'..business this year. Since leaving Lau
rens a few weeks ago, Mir. Rush has
been visiting relatives in North Caro
Mr. Toe Bishop, accompanied by his
father, is visiting relatives in the
county, and spent the 'week-end with
M's. W. C. P. Robertson and Mi'.
Charlie Bishop. Mr. Bishop formerly
lived in Clinton but -moved to Macon,
Ga., several years ago where they now
reside, and are making the tour of this
and Union county 'by automobile.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Peiry and tiwo
children made an enjoyaible motor'
tri-) last week to Blaney, where they
visitedl Mir. and~ Mr's. A. C. Rose. From
Blaney they went to Rockingham, N.
C., where they visited othei' relatives
and saw Mi'. and 'Mrs. "H. Terry, of
'this city, who are visiting irelatives
there. From Rockinghamn they wvent
'to 'Chlalotte 'whei'e they visited rela
tives of Mr. Perry andl from there mo
tored home, the trip being made with
out dlifliulties of any kind.
Cheap Dodge Story a Fake
There is no foundation for the re
'port gener'ally circulated in this see
tion 'to the effect that the 'War Depart
ment is disposing of new Dodge car's
at rediculouisly law prices, according
to a statemnent from the IEasterby
Mlotor' Company, D~odge dealer's in this
terr'itor'y. Mr. Thos. 'I'0aster'by has a
letter from the IiJodge factory, quoting
a letter from the iWar Delpartment, in
which it is definitely denied by the
War 'Department that any such sales
of cai's have 'been 'made oi' offered for
sale. The only cars sold by the gov
ernment, according 'to this official let
.ter, ar'e those that have seen such hatr'A
usage as to 'be unserviceable, and such
cars have been duly advertised and
Bold at public auction.
To Teach Languages
Friends here of Mr. 'R. 'W. Comnpton,
of Atlanta, iwho is a native of this
younty, .wHI be Interested In a news
tm from The Atlanta Jout'nal a few
days ago in which it 'was stated that
Mr. Compton's daughter, Miss ILois
dNortenso, who i'ecently 'graduated
from Agnes Scott College, has 'been
elected to 'teach French, Spanish and
Latin in the high school at SuI'phur,
Okla., this year.
Lawn Party
The 11. Y. IP. U, of IWarrior Creek
Church will serve Ice cream on the
i wn at the home of 8. J. Durns F'ri
day night, September 16th, beginning
at 7:30 o'clock. The public is cor
dily Invited.
New fall 'goods arriving daily now
fo; J. 0, tirns '& Co., '2 stores in Lau"
Miss Laura Emily -Dial entertained
Saturday morning at a lovely bridge
party in honor of Miss Virginia Gray,
whose engagement to Mr. Carroll
deSchamp* of Bishopyi-lle, was re
cently announde. After a number of
interesting games, a delightful salad
course iwas served. The guest of honor
was presented with a beautiful piece
of lingerie.
0 0 0
Monday morning at the Country
Cltrb, Miss Flora Bennett gave a lunch
eon for Mika Virginia Gray. After a
number of courses had been served
Miss -Gray was presented with a dozen
hand-made handkerchiefs.
Tuesday morning Miss Juina Wilkes
entertained at bridge for 31iss Gray.
After the -games were Iplayed delicious
refreshments were served.
Wednesday morning Miss Rosa Gray
will entertain at a bridge luncheon in
honor of Miss Gray.
Misses Mildred Counts and Doris
Young entertained with a miscel
laneous shower at the home of the
latter Friday afternoon in honor of
Miss Virginia Gray. After a few
games of 'bridge and delightful re
freshments, Master James Dunklin,
Jr., entered the room ibearing the gifts
which the guests had brought for the
honor guest. The afternoon was
greatly -enjoyed .by all present.
Miss Bernice Meng entertained In
honor of Miss Virginia Gray with a
Bridge iparty Wednesday afternoon.
The rooms were bright 'with yellow
flowers and the score , cards were
dainty little brides. After several
games a salad course .with an ice was
served. The bride-elect iwas presented
with a 'pretty guest towel. Misses
Jessie and Jennie 'Alorgan, of Cen
tral, and liss Tern Ward, of Florida,
house-guests of Miss Meng, were
among those present.
Greenville, Scpt. 11.-A beautiful
wedding was solemnized Tuesday af
ternoon at the Fourth Presbyterian
church, when Miss Aurdlia Vance 'be
came the bride of George Knox Tate,
Jr., of MeAdenville, N. C., the Rev.
C. G. Gunn officiating. Th church
twas handsomely decorated with ferns
and baskets of pink roses. The wed
ding music was rendered by Mrs, 0.
B. Hartszog on the organ. The bridal
party was ipreceded to the altar by
the ushers, Ed Hart of Greenville,
and G. 'C. Albright of Laurens. The
bride's only attendant was Mrs.
Craighead 'Davidson of Charlotte.
The bride, who was given in mar
riage by her brother, 14. Y. Vance,
'was attired in a traveling suit of
midnight blue panvelaine, with styl
ish hat in harmonizing color. Her
corsage was orchids and valiley lillies.
The bridegroom was attended by his
'brother, John 'E. Tate of Charlotte.
Immediatoly after the ceremony the
bridal couple left for a triip to Ncsw
York and other points North. After
their return they will make their
home 'in McAdenville, N. C. Monday
evening the 'bridal party wvas enter
tainedl 'by Mr. and Mrs. Allen Gra
ham at their home on Washington
For Night Patronis*
For those patroms of the .post office
'who are unable to get their letters
and packages ready by closing time
at night. Postmaster Sullivan has had
the dlepartment send him a large let
ter and package box to .be placed in
front of the post oilce. This box will
.1e emptied only once a day, however,
at 7:80 in the morning and patrons
are requiestedl to use it only after
closing hours at night. Mfr. 'Sullivan
-states that he has not yet been
able to solve the -pr'oblem of those
.patrons 'who want to get mall out of
the ipost office after the closing hour.
He -thinks, however, that if Pres.
iflardling and Joe Tolbert will but for
get him down here and allow him to
wag along in office after his time is
uip, that he will be able to solve that
and many other seemingly impossible
problems connected with the office. It
takes time, he says, to make a good
Meeting of Winthrop D~aughtrs
There will be a called meeting of
the iLaurons Chapter of W~inthrop
D)augh ters on Friday afternoon at 4:30
o'clock in the 'Ladies Rest Room. 10very
IWinthrop daughter Is urged to be
.Mrs. Clara 'Woods Wilson,
PAJLME TTO L~ODlOE, No. 19, A. F. M.
A regular communication
of Palmetto Lodge. No. 19,
A. F. M., will be hold on
IIIDYnight, Sept. 16th,
4 t 8 o'cl . Members
Wtng brothren -welco . 'Work in
By order of rty..WM
Woman's Missionary Institute of
Presbyterian Church of Laurens
County at Ora Thursday.
The following iprogram has 'been
announced for the Woman's Mission
ary Institute of the -Pres'byterlan
church of Laurens county, to be held
at Ora Thursday of this week:
10:00 A. .-JOpening Exercises.
Mlinutes of 1920.
Roll Call.
Missionary Address -3Miss Irene
Missionary Address-Dr. D. W.
12:00 M.-Lunchcon.
1:00 P. M.-Song Service.
Message from Montreat.
IBlection of Officers.
(Continued from Page 1)
hand to catch Irby as he fell, and 'fron
knocked Lawrence across the back.
'Latwirence turned -his brother aloose to
take care of himself. I heard Toni Al
verson say several days a-go that
when he got drunk he had a man he
,was going to kill. Irby Knighton waN
shot about 9:15 and lived until 12
o'clock, Sept. 9th. I did not see Irby
Knighton with any kind of weapon
and did not hear any fussing.
Clarence Godfrey
Clarence Godfrey, being sworn, said:
I live in Laurens county; am fifteen
years old. I was down at Tomi Alver
son's when the shooting took place. I
was in front of the store and heard
Toni tell Irby to get out. Irby said,
'I didn't mant any fuss.' Irby leaned
i' side of a window. Tom said, 'we
have been good friends. Tom was
drunk. Irby was sober. Tom said, 'I
am not going to have any God d
foolishness.' Irby said, 'put upl) your
pistol.' Tom then shot -him. Law
rence iput out his arm to catch his
brother, and 'dverson shot Lawrence,
then Lawrence grabbed Tom Alverson
and he stopped shooting. There were
ilve shots. Tom shot four shots at
Lawrence Knighton. After Tonm shot
Irby, (Lawrence hit Tom on the head.
Then I ran. * The reputation of the
joint Is bad.
Verdict of Coroner's Jury
'We, the. coroner's jury, appointed
to investigate the cause of the death
of Irby Knighton, find that said Irby
Knighton came to his death by a gun
shot wound at the hands of T. B. Al
verson. (Signed) W. T. Thornton,
foreman; J. NI. Bass, J. L. lennett, T.
C. St.rlbbling, Henry Owens, W. C.
Moore, Earl Lanford, M. A. Knight, S.
B. Taylor, 0B, V. Taylor, iluell 1111, E.
T Thornton.
Violating Fishing Laws
F. W. Little, county game warden, is
calling the attention of seiners in the
creeks and rivers to the act of the leg
islature forbidding the use of seins,
etc., on the closedi days between sun
set Saturday and sunrise 1.Vednesday.
Mr. :Little states that a number of
people have gotten the erroneous in
piression from the 'law on page 271 of
the Acts of 1919 that -thme weekly closed
season for seining is not in effect he
tween -September 1 and May L. Mr.
ILittle holds the oiiposite view and has
'been sustainedl in his position b~y the
chief game warden, A. A. Richardson,
whlo has written him to warn -those
who violate the law, in this respect
that they are inviting -prosecution. Mr.
(lbiehardson also qulotes an o'pinion
along the same line by the attorney
general of thme state.
Trade Homes
A real estate deal has ,heen an
nounced by which R. F. Jones traded
his home on Chestnut street to Mr. D.
(ic. Todd for his brick veneer home on
WVest (Main street. It is undlerstood
that Mr. Jones paid a cash considera
tion. Iloth of these houses are mod
ernly huilt.
'l's TIeachm at Winnsbmoro
Miss Corrie 'Knight, of the Hickory
Tavern seetioni has been electedl prin
cipal of the school of Winnuboro. She
left to assume the dluties of her posi
tion Saturday, Sept. 10th.
See J. C. Burns & Co. for millinery.
Latest creations. Our hats are made
in Bialtlmore--worn everywhere; andl
the prices are low. .
Hlup obile
The C r Everinasting
Ellis Motor Co.
-Clinton, S. C.
The exceptional design and the magnificent manner
in which the finish of this suite has been handled has
paved the way for the comparison of prices of other
suites, at the price which we now offer this suite. This is
a value that cannot be equaled. The bow-end bed, full
vanity dresser and full size chifferete all bespeak the ut
most in charm and beauty. The interiors throughout are
stained an attractive mahogany. Drawers are well fitted,
non-binding and smooth-running. Made of selected stock
and finished in mahogany or walnut, this is a suite which
you may well be proud of.
Our display of bed-room furniture is the largest we
have ever shown---all marked at pre-war prices. Come
and see the values we offer and you will be convinced.
S. M. & E. H. WILKES & CO.
Higher Prices On Cotton
Materials Are Quoted
as a result of the continual advance in the cotton market
for the past fortnight. And it stands to reason that manu
facturers, who now pay around 1,9c for raw cotton instead
of I c a short time ago, will have to put their prices on
a relative basis. We are fortunate at present to have a largg
stock of cotton goods bought when such materials were at
lowest ebb. But, of course, when this supply is gone,
prices are bound to be more. The point is---buy while
these supplies are available at these prices.
Ginghams of fine quality in a large range of Checks and Ple"s
fast colors.
19c a Yard
Work and Play Cloth about 50 different patterns, dark and light,
fine for house dresses and boys' shirts, fast colors.
12 1-2c a Yard
72-inch Unbleached Sheeting, per yard---.---------39c
Pepperell 81-inch Bleached Sheeting, per yard. -. 59c
Fine quality, 40-inch Sea Island, per yard -------------- 10c
27-inch Sea Island, per yard-------................05c
36-inch Pajama Check, per yard.. _.....------------------. . 15c
Fine Quality Bleaching, per yard -------------------- 15c
36-inch LongCloth, per yard.. 15e
Cheviots, good weight; per yard - ----------------- 121-2c
Men's Blue Buckle Overalls, a pair ------------------ 98c
Men's Heavy Work Shirts, each - ------------- 75c
Boys' Overalls, heavy weight, a pair- ------75c
Ladies' Lisle Hose, a pair _..--...------------------------- 25c
If You Want to Save Money Do Not Buy Your Shoes Until You See Our Line
Cohen's Department Store
Laurens, S. C.

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