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or sleep, used by young and old, and should
hought I 'kept in every family chest.
to try Get apackage today.
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ESTON, S. C.
June. 8, 1911
dules and Fares as Follows:
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.... .55 a. m.................. ..4
..... 6.38 a. mn..... ............. ..4
....... .02 a. m..................... 3.
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Arrive Charleston 7::30 p. r
rill be good going only on date an
~bove and gooe eturning on an
inal starting point not later tha
Lms Seashore Seasor
mrusements and attractions and bid
.11 pleasure seekers this summer.
G, BOATING, FISHING, HIGI
S AND RESTAURANTS.
ation apply to 'Fick Agents or
P. A., S. H. McLEAN, D. P. A
Columbia, S. C.
White Oak, May 27.-The
marriage of Miss Carrie Brown
Patrick and J. T. Moore. of Orr
ville, Ala., was a beautiful event
of Wednesday evening, taking
place at the home of the bride's I
father, T. G. Patrick, at White
Oak, S. C.I
The ceremony was performed
by the Rev. C. B. Betts, of Troy.
S. C., in the presence of a large!
number of friends.
The handsome home - was
thrown en suite and elaborately
decorated in ootted plants, South
ern smilax, ivy, sweet peas and
candles. The mantle in the re
reption room was banked with
palms and ferns and the walls
were festooned with smilax. The
bridal party was grouped upon
an alter with a back ground of
palms and ferns starred with
rink sweet peas and pink candles
in cathedral candlesticks illumi
nated the spacious parlor where
the ceremony was performed.
Before the ceremony a delight
ful musical programme was ren
dered by Miss Mary Phillips, of
Louisville, Ga., who also played
the wedding march. Promptly
at 6 o'clock, the appointed hour,
the first notes of Mendelssohn
sounded and the bridal party
slowly descended the stairway,
first came Miss Minnie Lee More,
of Orville. Ala., and Alice Mc
Clintoch, of Ora. S. C., they
wore gowns of pink taffeta,
:eorgetts erep and silver lace.
they crossed and took their places
on either side of the improvised
alter. Next to enter was Misses
r Rebecca Miller, of Statesville, N.
C. and Mary Keener, of Knox
ville, Tenn., the former was
wearing a dress of embroidered
net and pink taffeta, the latter
gowned in pink tulle trimmed in
irridescent lace, they also crossed
in front of the alter and took
their places to the side, thus
forming a half circle facing the
bride and groom. The bride's
sister. Miss ilorence Patrick,
who was her maid of honor, en
tered just in front of the bride,
she was a picture of girlish love
liness in a daintily fashioned
dress of white taffeta and silver
lace carrying an armful of pink
Killarney roses. The bridesmaids
all carried pink peas.
As the radiant bride now de
scended the stairs on the arm of
her father, the groom and his
best man, Carlisle White, of
e Chester, entered from a rear door
in the ceremony room advancing
slow .4 'a1e~iwhJxe they
Inet the bride, and the beautiful
. and impressive ring ceremony
was performed. The bride's
sdress was a creation of filmy
white georgette crepe over taf
feta draped in princess lace,..the
~court train .being held in place
by pendants of pearls~ 'the tulle
2veil-which enveloped her petite
form was caught with orange
- blossoms. She carried a bouquet
t of brides roses, showered with
A delightful reception followed
the ceremony. Rece'ving with
ythe bride and gt-oom and the
father of the bride were: Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Matthews, of
Charlotte, N. C. and Mr. and
MYrs. M. W. Patrick, of White
wThe bride's register was pre
sided over by Miss Isabel Good
mng, of Winnsboro. The dining
room in which Mrs. R. A. Pat
rick and Mrs. M. N. Patrick re
~ceived was in pink and white,
the center decorations of the
beautifully appointed table was
a mound of pink sweet peas,
smilax forming a garland around
the centerpiece and sprays of as
paragus fern were strewn over
the cloth. Pink candles in silver
candlesticks and cut glass com
ports holding pink and white
mints completed the lively decor
ations. A~ bevy of young girls
dressed in pink and white served
pink and white cream and cake,
they were Misses Sarah Patrick.
Helen Henry, Mary Patrick and
After the reception the bride
changed her dress to a blue coat
jsuit with hat, shoes and gloves
to match and the young couple
left for Lake Toxaway, N. C.,
where they will spend several
weeks. After June 1, they will
be at home at Orrville, Ala.
The presents were elegant and
many thus attesting the populari
ty of the bride and groom.
iThe bride graduated at the
Woman's College, Due West, S.
SC. and has been a social favorite
u:since her debut. The groom
graduated at Erskine College.
Due West in 1914 and is a popu
lar young druggist in Orrville,
J. W. Hanahan
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Practice in all Courts
SOffice No. '7. Law Ranae
WVINNSBORO, .y. C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Offices in Windsboro Bank Building
WINNSBORO. S. C.
FOR SALE-Several good milk
cows. WV. M. Aiken Monti
=LEGRiM 7 NEWS
Earle and Keenan Elected C ol
umbia Aldermen. Wash
ington Sends Protest.
Columbia, S. C., May 28.- -F.
S. Earle and R. C. Keenan were
nominated in the second primary
here today as; Commissioners of
the city of Columbia for the next;
fours. They defeated M. M.
Rice and W. F. Steiglitz, after
an exciting campaign.
Washington, May 23. A com-:
pleted draft of the new note to
Great Britain protesting against
interference with neutral mails
was sent to the State Department
today by President Wilson for
transmission to London. It proba
bly will go forward tomorrow.
Columbia. May 23. --The grand
lodge convention. Knights ot
Pythias, convened here this morn
ing with an open session at 10
o'clock. The program this morn
ing included the invocation by
Rev. P. B. Wlis of Rock Hill:
an address of welcome by Rev.
B. R. Turnipseed, and the re-:
sponse by Rev. W. E. Derrick.
the grand prelate.
Spartanburg. S. C.. May 2.3.
Miss Edith Riddle, 18 years old,
of Clifton, lies at the point of
death this afternoon as a result;
of swallowing a quantity of
poison supposedly vith suicidal
intent. It is understood that the
young woman has been despon
dent for some time, and while
the other men4bers of the family
were at breakfast this morning
she took tb6 entire contents of a
Berlin, May 23. -Via London.
"The adequate nourishment of
our population is fully assured
and will not be rendered doubt
ful by any blockade regulations
of the enemy States no matter
how unscrupulous they may be
and no matter how long the war
may las!." says the semi-official.
North German Gazette today in
an announcement of the creation
of a food dictatorship with
The Battle of Fredricksburg.
Down to the field of death we rode.
With blast of trumpet in battle array.
Where the war fiend smote with his
This beautiful land to-day.
I Tree nor harvest nor homestead be
And the fruitful land grew aloud of
For the battle flags bloomed where the
And the battle smoke rolled on the
The sun looked down on a pitiful scene.;
Whence brade and flower and bird
And the only sign that the living had
IWere the footprints of the dead.
Into this valley anri shadow of death.
Rode General Lee with his hosts at
And he poured them a volley of war
That death and destruction deals.
His men met the surging foe as the
Meets the breakers impetous, wild
And hurled them hack with a passion
That thundered from shore to shore.:
Side by side with the battle done.
On a field of green 'neath a peaceful
With battle flags furled and cannon
Leader and follower lie.
Not a 'breath disturbs this p)eaceful
Where grass andl flowei- andi bird
And the only sign that the living had!
Are the headstones crowded white.
Silent they wait for the bugle call,
That shall summon them to the joy of
For not a hair of their heads shall fall,
In the dlay of their great reward.
Mills of South Use - Seven Per
Cent. More Cotton Than
in Same Period Last
Washington, 1). C.. May 23.
The statistics of cotton consump
tion issued by the United States
Census offhee from month to
month show the continued growth
of the cotton textile industry of
the South." said President Harri-:
son of Southern Railway corn-;
"The latest report issued shows;
that in the month of April, 1916,
Southern cotton mills consumed
298,186 bales, an increase over
last year of 21,268 bales, or 6.68
per cent. while mills in all other
States consumed only 276,918
bales, a decrease of 3,561 bales
or 1.5 per cent., as compared*
with last year. For the nine
months ended April April 30,
consumption in Southern mills
increased 17.42 per cent. over
last year, while in all other
States the increase was only 15.06:
Write me and I will expiah
iow I was cured in 4 days o
i severe case of Piles of 4(
ears standing without pain
<nife, or detention from busi
iess. No one need suffe
rom this disease when, thi
iumane cure can be had righ
-ere in South Carolina.
R. M. JOSEY,
Lamar, S. C. Route 4.
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mater how much of a stranger you are in the
neck of the woods you drop into. For, Prince
Albert is right there - 4t the first pla2ce you
pass that sells tobacco! The toppy red
1 bjC sells forea nickel ad the tidy red
tin fora dime;then there's the hand
aome pound and half-poun4 tin
lusi- hurnidors and the pound
CrYst&1-A1a33 humidor wAbh
laimed sponge-moistener top
that keeps the to
bacco in such
smoke desire you
1 ever had! It is so
t and appealing to your
It you will get chummy with
% or 10c to prove out our say
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