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Miss Grace Wailer Kinard and Mr.
Thomas Hugh Meighan were married
Wednesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. J. H. Kinard. in Co
lunibia. The ceremony was
performed by the Rev. J. 0. Reavis,
D. D., pastor of the First Presbyterian;
church The wedding, although quiet
and simple, was one of the most beau
tiful of the year, and one of the most
Interesting socially. The Kinard
home, with its spacious high-ceiled
roams, made a setting fit for the oc
casion. The artistic decorative scheme
was carried to perfection in every de
tail. The lotg arched hall was a
bower of green palms and ferns, the
doorways frnmed in graceful vines.
The bridal party crossed the hallway,
entering the front parlor, where the
ceremony was performed. As the
wedding march was sounded, little
Miss Frances Earle and Mr. William
DuBose drew ribbons to form an aisle
to the altar, arranged before the bay
window at the end of the room. A
background of palms threw into relief
the quantities of white roses massed
on mantels and cabinets. Palms and
cedars filled the bay window and at
each side of the altar was a tall palm
tree. Silver candelabra bearing light
ed tapers stood on vine-twined white
pedestals and here the minister with
the bride-groom and his best man, Mr.
Julian Selby,awaited the bridal party.
The maid of honor, Miss Elizabeth
Rucker, preceded the bride. She wore
a dAinty lingerie gown with lace in
serts and green ribbons. The bride en
bride entered . with her broth
er-in-law, Mr. E. M. Ruck
er. Her radiant loveliness was never
more perfect than in her bridal cos
tume of shimmering crepe meteor.
The corsage was formed of rose point
lace and exquisite embroidery in a
rose design, which was also used in
a band above the hem of the Ilong
skirt. From the empire back a panel
outlined with lace extended to the
bottom of the long train. Over all
floated the bridal veil of soft tulle,!
which was caught about the coiffeur
with .a coronet of pearls with a-spray
-of lilies of the valley at the side. She
carried an exquisite bouquet of'bride's
roses showered with lilies of the val
Immediately after the ceremony the
guests weer sentertained at a recep
tion in honor of the bridal party. Re
eeiving were: Mrs. J. H. Kinard, Mrs.
Mary H. Meighan, Miss Annie Meigh
an, Miss Maisie Meighan, Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Muller, Mrs. William Earle,
Mr. and' Mrs. Thomas Hugh Meighan,
Miss Elizabeth Nucker, Mr. Julian
Selby. After c'mgratulations had been'
heartily given the guests were invited
into the drawing room, where the
presents wer~e displayed. Seven or
eight tables filled with handsome sil
ver and cut glass gave evidence of the:
popularity of the charming, bride.
Pink was the tone. of the decorative.
idea in this room. The large pier
glass at one end reflected the masses
of pink roses used a'bout the room.'
Little pink tapers set amid the ferns
and flowers filled' the rooms with a
rosy glow and carnations nodded in
tall vases on the 'cabinets. In the dii-,
ing room, where a delicious course of:
refreshments. was served, white and
green was the effective color scheme.'
The mantel was completely hidden by
masss of roses and smilax. Easter.
lilies stood on the sideboard and .ta
bles. The bride's table was crossed
with wide satin ribbon, ending with
bows at the corn e'rs and traceries of
snmilax. The centerpiece was a great
cut glass bowl of car'nations on a sil
ver-framed mirror. The reception was
an informal one, but to each guest
present was one of the happiest af
fairs of the year. Mr. and Mrs. Meigh-.
an, who left Wednesday evening for
the North, carried with them the
'hearty good wishes of many, many
friends and will be eagerly welcomed
upon their returnto their home here.
Among the out-of-town guests at the
wedding were: Mr. John M. Kinard,
Col. and Mrs. E. H. Aull, Miss Alice
Aull, Mr. Humbert Aull. of Newberry;
Mrs. F. A. Arnold and Miss Susan Ar-:
nold, of Greenwood..
Alan Johnstone, Jr., to Represent Un
The State of last Friday contained
the following pleasant mention whichj
will be of interest to many a: New
"Alan Johnstone, Jr., of Newberry,
will represnt th-e University of South
Carolina in the Southern oratorical
c'ontest to be held at the University
of Virginia. He was awarded first'
honor last night as a representativeI
of the Euhphradiian literary society in
nh' reliminiary contest held at the
uiniversity.. Five of the leading insti
tutionls of the South will be repre
sentedi at the contest to be held at
- t ..ni.ersii.y cf Viri'na. THe wa
prose-nted with a gold medal by the
two lite:ary societies of the univer
Mr. Johnstone's subject was "Th
Brother to the Ox."
Separate this store's
have the one bristling i
been laying the foundai
gest May business New
public has ever seen wi
in. Judge by today's ii
the city bell strikes nin<
Popular Priced Millinery.
More Hats and finer Hats than ever seen here
before. You should buy your Hat at Mim
naugh's because the styles and values we sell are
matchless for the price. Every Hat created here
is worked out on the most exact lines of fashiDn
with the finest materials, and yet there is always
an artistic touch which makes the Hat look as if
it was made for you and you alone.
300 new pattern Hats go on sale this week
at special sale prices:
$1.98, $2.49, $2.98, $3.50, $4.00,
$5.00 and $6.00.
You will save 50'
bought here. In ad<
Pumps and Oxfords
and $3.50, medium a
all sizes and widths
-Pumps, Patent Leat1
~ your choice of $3.00
15 cases Ladies' I
Oxfords, $2.50 value
10 cases Ladies'
Oxfords, $2.0o value
Biggest Bargains of the Season.
No matter what you intend buying, try this
big store. I am better prepared to do b.1siness
than any concern in Newberry. Look over our
summer stock. The half has never been told.
i case standard Shirting Calicoes, w<>rth 6fr%c.,
here only - - - - - - 4frc
.500 yds. Cottonades, worth 15c., and most
stores charge you 2oc. for the same goods, one
yard or one thousand yards, choice, yd. r oc.
200 large, white Bed Spreads, $r.oo value,
May sale price - - - - - 69c
roo large, white Bed Spreads, $1-50 value,
May sale price - - - - - '9.5c
One case standard 36 in.Poe Mill Bleaching, the
8%4c. kind at - .. .- - - 63%c
One case 40 in. White Lawn, short lengths,
worth roc., sale price - - - - 5c
One case 32 in. fancy Colored Lawns, worth
10c., sale price - - - - - 5
72 in. Union Linen Sheeting, 2 yds. wide, Soc.
value, sale price - - - - - 29c
200 ready-made Sheets, torn and hemmed,
75c value, sale price - - - - 59c
When Mimnaugh advertises a special sale the
people know what it means.
Follow the Cr
T his V
announcement from a]
vith the biggest bargai
:ion for this sale. I he
berry has ever know
11 compare with the be
At and be on hand W(
ps and Oxfords. 300 New
se of 2,000 Pairs. Voiles, Panamas
and$1.0 o evry air asBeginning Wedn
:. ad $1oo o evey par aslong as the lots 1k
ition you secure the finest high class Skirts e's
ever made to sell at $3-.oo For special May se
*nd Aigh heels, flexible soles, choice - -
one, two and three strap $00 n
er, Vici, Velvet and Reps, $00 n
and $3.50 Slippers pr. $2.49 $2.5
~atent Leather Pumps and .Twenty and twent
, sale price - - $1.98 regular clothing stc
have to make it all
Patent Leather Pumps and in this lot to select
, sale price - - 1.49 choice. - -
Such Waist Values.
The largest and best selected line of fine Shirt
Waists ever shown here, they are the best fitting
kind, some plain, some with small tucks and
others elaboratelv trimmed, some with long
sleeves and high neck, low neck and short sleeves,
Dutch neck and soiort sleev.es, every Waist priced
so that when you see them you will wonder why
we don't ask more. Specially priced for. quick
'May .selling 49c., 98c., $1.49, $1.98, $2.49, $2.98
10o China Silk Waists, black and white, sale
price - - - - - $2.49 and$34
nmwds to Newberry 's'
1 the rest and you will
ns. For weeks we have
ve planned .for the big
n. Nothing the trading
trgains we have scooped
dnesday morning when
*0 z it
You never, in all your life, saw such an array
of bright, new, attractive, ready-to-wear gar
ments. Every garment is a marvel for the price.
No other three stores can show you such an im
mense stock, nor can they match the Mimnaugh
$8.50 Lingerie Dresses at $6.49
We know you can not match. these Lingerie
Dresses for even $io.oo. A contract for a big
lot for spot cash enables us to offer you these
beautiful Dresses at - - - - $6.49
Mohair & Cream Serge.
~sday morning, we will sell,
st, the nobbiest line of strictly
er shown in two Carolinas.
[ling we name the prices for
- $4.98, $5-98 and $7.50 l
$22.50 Men's Suits ::. .
)and $15.00 Q ' K
y-two fifty, that's wha. theI
res will ask you. We don't
on Clothing, we've got 200
from, $2o.00 and $22.50 suite,
- $12 50and $15 oo
Special Parasol Sale.
500 new Parasols go on sale this week,! every
one in the lot guaranteed rain proof and want.
split, worth and sell all over town at $1-5o and
$1-75, toke your choice of any in the pile for 98c
One lot fine Parasols, not one in the pile worth
less than $2.0o and $2.50, choice - - $1-49
10o fine fancy Parasols big values
$1-49, $1.98, $3-50, $4.oo anid $5-'.
25,000 Yds. Newberry's Greatest Sale
Never have you witnessed such a lot of Em
broideries. The lot is enormous, but at the
prices we name they should melt away as rapidly
as snow before the n.oonday sun. Embroideries
for every use you co'uld think of. The entire
showing will be made on center counters where
you can get at them and choose for yourself.
They will be divided into lots.
i oc., 15c., 19c., 25c., 39C., 49c., and 69c. 2