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Brilliant Abbeville Marriage Unites
Two of South Carolina's Prominent
Abbeville Press and Banner.
There was solemnized Tuesday afternoon,
October 15, 1912, in Trinity
Episcopal church one of the prettiest
and most largely attended marriages
ever witnessed in Abbeville. The high
contracting parties were Miss Marie
Gary, teldest daughter of Chief Justice
and Mrs. Eugene B. Gary, and Dr.
Thomas H. Pope, of Newberry, son of
the late Dr. Sampson Pope, and nephew
of the late Chief Justice Y. J. Pope,
of the State supreme court, and a
grandson, on his mother's side, of
Chief Justice O'Neall, of hallowed
The ceremony was performed by the
Rev. Mr. Cornish, rector of Trinity
The bride, becomingly attired in
white charmeuse satin, trimmed in real
lace, and carrying a shower bouquet
of bride's roses and lillies of the valley,
was accompanied to the altar by
her father, Chief Justice Gary. Hera
she was met by the groom, accompanied
by his best man, Mr. Rutherford
Fair, of Newberry, and the solemn
words were spoken which united these
Miss Lorena Beacham presided at
the organ, and charmingly rendered
the wedding march.
The church w^p beautifully decorated
-with pot plants, palms, and evergreens,
and brilliantly illuminated,
the altar being illumined with rows
of wax tapers.
The maid of honor was Miss Blanche
Gary, a charming sister of the bride,
who was becomingly attired in pink
channeuse and duchess lace and carried
The other attendants were:
Miss Plevna S?a? in beaded robe over
white satin and carrying white roses,
with Mr. John C. Goggans, of Newberry.
Miss Caroline Jary, white crepe de
chine over messaline, carrying white
roses, with Dr. Joseph Earle, of New
Miss Sarah Pope, of Newberry, in
white lace, over white charmeuse, carrying
white roses, with Mr. Albert
Henry, of Abbeville.
Miss Maud McClung, whi^te lace over
white satin, carrying white roses,
with Prof. Thos. D. Eason, of Charleston.
Miss Willie Calhoun, of Atlanta, Ga.,
robe of real lace over white satin,
carrying white roses, with Mr. H. G.
Smith, of Abbeville.
Miss Eliza Gary, in white chiffon
over white* metssaline, carrying white
rnsp?? with \Tr_ W. E. Johnson, of Ab
Miss Marie Gary was one of the'
most popular of Abbeville's younger
set, and was beloved by a host <Jf
friends throughout South Carolina,)
many of whom were present at her
The groom is a popular young physician
and enjoys the esteem of all
who know him.
This marriage united two of South
Carolina's most distinguished families,
and the numerous and costly remembrances
received by the popular young
couple bore evidence that they themselves
are held in the same high esteem
which their forebears have en-'
joyed. Never in the history of Aboeville
have more numerous and elegant
testimonials of esteem been bestowed
upon a young couple.
The bridal party left on the 6.35
train on the Southern, for their future
home in Newberry county, carrying
with them the best wishes of many
friends, who accompanied them to the
The marriage of Miss Marie Gary
and Dr. Thomas H. Pope, of Kinards,
S. C., occurred in Trinity Jt-piscopai
church on Tuesday afternoon at 5.30
o'clock in the presence of an immense
crowd of friends, relatives and acquaintances.
Rev. E. A. Cornish, rector
of Trinity, using the old form of
the church, performed the ceremony.
The church was becomingly decorated,
a profusion of pot plants, ferns,
evergreens and roses covering the entire
chancel. The house was darkened
and the many candles in silver candelabra
with the electric lignts added
much to the beauty and atractiveness
* of the scene.
Promptly at the hour, Miss Lorena
Beacham began playing Lohengrin's
wedding march and the groomsmen
, entered as follows crossing to opposite
sides of the chancel: Dr. T. J.
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jiane <uiu im. v.
Newberry; Mr. Thomas D. Eason,
Charleston and Mr. Albert Henry,
Messrs. H. G. Smith and W. E. Johnson,
of Abbeville. These \v- re followed
by the bridesmaids, Misses Caroline
Gary, and Plevna Seal, Misses
Maud McClung and Sarah Pope, of
Newberry, Misses Willie Calhoun, of
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j honor. 'Hi
The bride becomingly and beautiful- I*
ly dressed in white.- charmeuse sat*p, |
trimmed in real lace, and carrying a
shower bouqr et of white roses, came 1
in on the arm of her distinguished father,
Chief Justice Eugene B. Gary,
where she was joined by the groom accompanied
by his best ?nan, Mr. Rutherford
Fair, of Newberry.
After the ceremony, in which the
parties weie ma-ie husband and wife,
using the ring ceremony, the bridal
"party retired as follows:
The mafd of honor, Miss Blanche '
Gary, in pink charmeuse and duchess j
lace, canying pink roses with Mr. J
Rut.herford F^ir, the best mair.
Miss Caroline Gary in white crepe '
de chine over messaline, carrying '
white ros^.s, with Dr. T. J. Earle.
Miss Plevna Seal in beaded robe ov
er white satin, carrying white roses,
with Mr. J. C. Goggans, Jr.
X'iss Mau^ McClung .n white lace I
over white satin, carrying white roses I
with Prof. Thos. D. Eason, of Charles- /
Miss Sarah Pope, of X-ewherry, in |
i white lace over white carmeuse, car- :
j rying white roses, with Mr. Albert
Miss Willie Calhoun, of Atlanta, a
robe of real laco over white satffi, car- j
rying white ro& 6, with Mr. H. G.!
Miss Eliza Gary in white chiffon ]
over white messaline, carrying white
roses, with Mr. W. E. Johnson.
Miss Gary is the eldest daughter of
Chief Justice and Mrs. Eugene B. Gary
and numbers her friends by the score.
As an evidence of the popularity of
fV.^ irrnnor ontinlo innrp thnr? three
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hundred presents consisting of beau- I
tiful and expensive silverware and cut B
glass were received.
The groom, Dr. Pope, is one of the I
most prominent young physicians of I
Newberry county, enjoying a very lu- I
crative practice in the most thickly I
settled and prosperous communities I
of the cointy. He is a son of the late
Dr. Sampson Pope, of Newberry, a
nephew of the late Chief Justice Y. J.
Pope, and a grandson of former Chief
The hridal party left on the South'
ern train at 6.35 for their home .in
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Tne out-oi-iown visiluis ucic
the wedding besides those mentioned
above were: Mrs. Kate Gary, Kinards;
Mrs. Marie E. Eason, of Charleston;
jMrs. Strother Pope, Columbia; Mrs. J. j
i C. Haynes, Elberton, Gf.; Mrs. F. S.
j Hassell, Wilson, X. C.; Mr. T. H. Pope,
Greenville and Mr. Mac Smith, of
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We get more for the
Right buying and cor
'mess. We will contin
is factory store to tra
The express wago
big shipments of 1
tailored Suits in the
the show room samp
nent New York mall
rics expertly tailorei
We secured them.
to turn them over to
rains of the season.
for quick comers, pr
Tailored Coat Suits Long
100 Tailored Coat Suits, Long b
* worth $15 00, choice $12 50 '
At the Right Price.
Hats that have been gathered from
the leading manufacturers of the country.
Hundreds have found us most
reasonable, in price and hove purchased
their Fall Headgear here. The
splendid patronage is proof that our
efforts are being appreciated FolVw,
the example of Newberry's best dressIed
women and get your Hat fr >rn the
leading store. New arrivals daily. No.
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TRADE WINNERS FOR THE WEEK.
1 Case Standard Staple Apron Gingham,
worth 8c., Mimnaugh's price .5c.
2 bales 40 in. White Homespun,
worth 10c., Mimnaugh's price ..71-2c,
2 bales 40 in. Sea Island, worth 8c.,
Mimnaugh's price 6 l-4e.
v?u?-gu JE * re MWHJHAA.^ ?v -i yjAM. ? ui'^
cash and we can give m
rect pricing is the secret
ue to convince the people
that this store is the che
de with in upper South (
OUR FIRST SH<
We have just opened u
ment of fine Furs ever br
Here every Fur is marke
name which we guarante
Black Furs are more popi
ever. Our offering inclu
Lynox. Our prices range
$5.00 to $35
By all means inspect our I
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sun a ANU LUA
n Saturday brought us i
Ladies' Coat Suits beauti
smartest styles. These, ;
les of one of the most proi
:ers. Thev are beautiful fi
d and handsomely finish
at a third off and are a
i you as the greatest Suit b
This lot of sample Suits i
JO, $20.00, $221
Tailored Coats Trimmed Hat
lack tailored Coats, Ladies' $3.00 and
value for trimmed Hats, choice
1 case 36 in. Standard Dark Percales,
worth 10c., Mimnaugh's price
2 cases Red Seal Dress Ginghams,
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5 bales Riverside Cheeked Homespun,
worth 8 l-2c., Mirnnaugh's price
100 pieces Standard Outing, bright
plaids strips, worth 12 l-2c., Mirnnaugh's
price 8 l-2c.
Nearly all merchants have what they
call their leader, when that is said all
is said. When you trade with me name
your price and I can show you a leader
for every price you name.
HERE IS HOW WE PLAT THE
Not a day hardly passes but tope
are ripped off cases of new goods.
ins are our best trad
tore That's Always 1
ore for the money. I
uj uur immense vus~
o fNewherry and the
apest and -most satZaroYma.
p the largest ship\
ought to Newberry.
id with its correct
e to be as stated.
Lildl LAlld ocaouii L1AGUI
des Black, Fox and
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rur display this week
bl? | l^ll
s. Women's Shoes
$3.50 Blucher, lace, button, $2.0.)
value, all sizes, choice
60 pieces Heavy . Canton Flannel,
worth 12 l-2c., Mimnaugh's price 9c.
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4V pieces neavy uaiuon rmuiici,
worth 10c., Mimnaugh's price.. .8 1-Sc.
50 pieces Standard Table Oil Cloth,
(colored) 25c. kind at 121-2c.
100 large White Bed Spreads, worth
$1.50, Mimuaagio's price 98c.
10 pieces 60 in. full bleached Table
Damask, 35c. kind at 19c.
100 doz. ladies' heavy ribbed Vests
and Pants, the 35c. kind, at...... 10c.
Help us when yoij can and we will
help you all the time.
UP-TO-DATE SHOE DEPT.
Every pair brand new. Not a sticker
in the house. Such Shoe bargains
you never saw before. Visit our Shoe
Department and see what we hate to
offer and how cheap we> offer it.