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r 'AA EiBRYAN WEDDING
'Marion McCabe Becomes Bride
Mr. John Desaussure O'Bryan
Mrs lMarian Gilland McCabe and
J'hn DeSaussure O'Bryan were
arr1 d Wednesday afternoon, Decem.
e l 8 st 1919, at 4:30 o'clock, at the
ome of the bride's mother, Mrs. T
. Gilland. The ceremony was per.
irped by the Rev. E. H. Grier of
The great doors of the hospitable
old col ial home were thrown wide
opox. aud the guests were met upoi
their -entrance by Mrs. T. M. Gilland.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. O'Bryan and Mr,
W Mrs. Lewis W. Gilland.
Ta 'stately proportions of the old
fashioned hall and generous parlore
lent , themselves admirably to the
beaulful decorations. Festoons of
smilax were arranged along the walla
Now ready to make
Prices are right, see m
will not equal demand,
Also ask for prices
and Nitrate of Soda.
A share of your pat
We also have Lol
ing. We ship prompt]
or too large for our a
Write us for pric
Phone No. 56
WE CAN SAV
BY MAKING YOL
We are doing it for
not for you? We believe
C U MBER
A to save moniey is to puot it in a1
Il'UT IT IN OUlRS.
It is not what, you might. have
(did niot save.
' Itemember, when you spend a dI
another man phitce h-is foot abow
The great game is to slave andl
A great game is to SAVE.
T1here is much more field in th
institution and begin NOW.
iU T. M. MOL
1,000 squares standa
Lengths: 6, 7, 8, 9, 1'
sticks, $8.00 per square
and the entire house was lit with
white candles, s'et in numberless hand
some candelabra and graceful candle
sticks. Mantles were banked with
smilax with white candles gleaming
amid the dark foliage. The decorations
were in charge of Mrs. Theo. Gourdin
and Mrs. A. C. Swails.
Upon their entrance the guests
were requested to put their signature
in the bride's book, which was presid
ed over by Miss Gertrude O'Bryan
an-I Mr. Woodrow G-imble.
Immediately preceding the ceremony
two songs were sung, "Beauty's Eyes
by Mrs. Lewis Gilland and "For
You" by Mrs. Wilmont S. Gilland. The
accompanyments were played by Mrs.
'I. .J. Stacklcy, who also played the
'T'a"nhauser wedding march, to the
3train: o: which the bridal p^.rty en
tere'l the parlor. First came the dain
ty little ribbon girls in frilly whit.
1resces. followed, by Miss Louis's Sher
fesee of Greenvillee; Miss Sarah Ior.
ton of Washington, D. C.; Mics Jant
tTON, S. C.
prices on mixed fertilizers
e before buying. Supply
md market is advancing.
on all fertilizer materials
ronage is desired and will
siding, Shingles, Lath
Lg and Short Leaf Fram
ty and no order too small
rs and Retailers.
Sumter, S. C.
E YOU MONEY
JR OLD CLOTHING
thousands of others-why
a trial will convince you.
mners and Dyers,
saved(, that counts, it is what youi
ollar foolishly, you may be helping
'e your own interests.
e latter-cast your lot with a good
Erom Charleston Stock,
rd gauge 3-V crimped
ofing or Siding.
) and 12 feet including
f. o. b. Charleston.
~nd Cement Co.
BTON, S. C.
Gilland, Miss Elizabeth )w. s and y
Miss Elizabeth Gambl. 't rroom
and his beat man, Dr. W. M. Tr:'an,
enteredi next and were fm~ir by -the
bride and her sister, M er
fesee of Greenville, ' d as
dame of honor. Never t ovli
ness of the bride showed to utter ad
vantage than in her handsome wed
ding gown of orchid sain, hand em
broidered in silver beads and Shetland
wool and softened with flowing drape
ries of tulle. She carried an unusual
ly beautiful boquet of bride's roses
with showers of lilies of the valley,
and tide with brocaded grenadine
streamers. Her only ornament was a
'ilatinum b:r set with diamonds which
was the gift of .the groom.
The (lame of honor was beautiful
in her gown of apricot satin with
blue brocade girdle and court train.I
IIer boquct was of American beauty
An isle had been made through the
.'ent"r of the parlor leading to on, of d
the high windows which was used asL
the background of the informal alter, -
lit with white candles. The soft wvhite
window draperies showed through the
elicate tracery of smilaxvines, an I
from the chandelier in the center of
the room, white tulle draperies weire
festooned to the four corners of the
room. Numerous white butterflies,
made of net, were caught at intervals
in the tulle and hovered gracefully in i.
the vines which decorated the wails 1
and windows, transforming the scene
into one of fairy-like loveliness.
After the guests h-id congratulatl 1
the bridal. couple, they were invited
into another room by M iss .Martha
le kinson and Mrs. A. C. Swails,
where punch was served by Miss Theo
Gregg of Sumter and Mr. William It.
At the door of the dining room the
guests were received by Mrs. .Julius
Gamble and Mrs. Theodore Gourd in.
The bride's table was exquisite with
a hand 'nbroidered Oriental table
cover. - the chandeliar green ,
tulle wa - -pended to the four corn
ers of t' iable. In the green of the
smilax vines which were used in liee
orating this room, white roses bloom
ed. The serving of a tempting salad1
course was in charge of Mesdames
fl~uih McCuitchen, W. V. Brockington,
W. T1'. Wilkins and J. A. Metts. 'They
were assisted in serving by little
Misses Lizzie Gamble, Mildred Duvall
Tani Gilland Louise Sherfesee and
Eliz-ibeth Swails. Collie was poured
by Mrs. Oliver and Mrs. WVilmont Gil
Sand. Dainty souven iers of wedding
":ske, Wrapped in handsomely mono
(rammed boxes were presented to the '
guests by Misses L.ouise Sherfesee
and Mildred Duvall.
Mr. ani Mrs. O'Bryan left i m me
diat ly after the cere nuv for a bri
dsal trip to Washington and furtherl
North. They will he at home at. the
residence of the bride's mother after
the tenth of .1a nuary.
The display of handsome weduiing 6
gifts showed the universal popularity
of this young couple. Mr. O'Bryan is
-i r1isnei yoing lawyer of tlle firm of
Stoll & O'Bryan. and his bride, who
has spent her entire life in Kingstree,
is eenerally beloved. ..
In adlition to the family the out -
of-town guests present al the VI
(ling were' Mrs. .1. A. l etts. of C'hilr,
(Istoi; liss 'Theo G1i'ert! of Sumuter;
Mr. and Mrs. Lncuis Sherclfesee 11(aNd
children of Gree, i'.le: irs. E. 11.
l)vall an]1 Miss Dhivall of ('heiraiw.
h'l'ere wei'e over a hundre- i' init
d guest: proe'nt to witness the cor'
ion 'y tihat unit ed thlis pooular voun
pd' in th'e holybrn,!s of wedloc'Ieks.
K ingst ree IRecord.
.1. . 'l R 1 L I( K I ES
Iake ('ity. .lan. 2. .1. Moultrie u
luck. following a seconl stroke of
'ualysis at hiis hiome about 8 o'tcck
last niight, died this morniing about, I
o'clock. lIe suff'ered the first strok
ambout a yeair ani I a h-dif ago wh. ih
montorinig bet we('n ('omndein andi Hi hop
v.illei from w.h ich lie had neveri fully
re'ov'ieed but fori the past yeari heI hol a
been able' to be. a bout hiis butsiniess~ as' N
usual and the mnews oif his death wa~ s a U
sev 're shock to his many fiinds~ and
relatives whein ainnounced this mon
ile w.as; the~ secton-l son of H. (' indI
the late .\Irs. D~ora Tlru luck of fthe
Olanta serftion and besides his father
the following brothers andl s ister's
suriv ive' him:N Maritin Truluotkic . R.t
Truluck anid Mr s. B. F. Furl irk ofg
ILake Cityv, Mrs. Knriigh t of Oklahoma,
FVred W. Tlru luck of NIarion, NIs g
Paiuline keels of Hlartsville, and H. ('. g
'iTuluck, Jrm. of A ndrew..
At the beginning of the Spa nish
Amer'iicani war, NIoultirie Trulum tck vol-U
u:nteer'ed for' service anid was with the
am inCuba. Very soon1 after th
Iarmy was demiobilizedl he engagedI inU
the horse antd niutle sales bus iness for
somec ti mie, two or thbree yeari s in Tli m
itonisville, but about 1902 ca me to
L~ake City as pairtner with thle hiate ..
C. MIoClamn whtich pa rtner'shipij existed'l
imost pleasanitly andt~ pi'ofi table foi
miore than four year's when Mr. Tru
luck took ov'er the b'nt ire business on
hiis own -accounmt. HeI btiilt the first*
mtodern't brick sales and feed stableM
he're in 1909, and, subsequently a
block of several brick stor'es and also
the new Baltimore hotel. Mr. Tru-U
luck wits most successful in all hisU
business enterpirises, and on accountU
of his generous, and affable dispositionU
numbered his friends by the score.
About 1906 he was nmr'.Iriedl to Miss
Annie Stiteliff' oif this place, and she
with one little son. J. N'. JTr., also
survive him. Mr. Trulu 'k was about
41 year of age had quite recently
been elected to the presidency of the'
People's bank, which with ai capiitail*
stock of $100,000, fully paid in expects *
to open its dltotrs foir business on Jan-g
uary 5. Ilis funeral services will be
;held here at the Ilnntist church uaeUn
Let ' he
If your Popl c"ar is out of tune, th
find that reason, and have it renit'i
one of our miechanies who is thoroug
way to adjust or repair your car, e
Ford service. Then, too we never t
able. They wear from thirty to se
:d more cheaply made. In fact it
to your lord car or your pocket, bool
We are are a part of the gigantic
of all ord cars and trucks; we hav
on all work from a minor adjustm
there's too much money invested in
U ,IT I,A It
Type of Car List I"
Touring - 525.00
(Coupollet -. ld.t
Chassis - - -75.00
Tlruck -- 550.00
A NDI 30x3 1-2 t'ell
Type of (Car List F
T'ouring - .550.00
Runabout -. - - 525.00
Chassis - - 500.00
WITIMI".)n d Trll
re Be No
ere is undoubtedly at very v
"d, is to jump il and drive
Ily acquainted with the F'o
a1 n tn it up in a ,garage
se imitation parts---only t
'en ty-(ive per cent loniger t
is dalt irous to human life
Ford Seric e organization
e more than a passing inte
'nt to a motor overhaul. I
your Ford car to miss con
reight Tax Type of
38.79 21.66 Touring
38.79 20.63 IRunabot
:18.79 20.81 rripel
38.79 31.97 .i
38.79 19.59 Chassis
38.79 13.61 Truck -
reight lax Ipe of
38.79 22.69 Touring
38.79 1.66 Ilunabo1
38.79 27.8.1 Coupele
38.79 33.00 Sedan ..
38.19 20.63 Chassis
:38.'9 14.(0 'ruck
it on Genuine For
t and see
ood reason for it. And the best way to
to our authorized Service station, where
'd mechan ism and who known the Ford
that tis properly equipped to give real
e Genuine Ford.made, strong and dur
han the counterfeit parts that. are softer
tc use imitat on parts , and it is not f'air
whose pir'ose it i> to serve the owners
-est in your car. I rom pt service is given
)rive in and see the2 hu-ts for yourself- -
iettions v. ith the au' izisd I'ord dealers.
!er First, f1919
Car List F'reiht Tax
1000.00 :8.79 21.75
it 575.00 38.79 23.72
725.00 3a.79 29.91
850.00 38.79 35.o6
-. 50.00 :38.79 22.69
025.00 38.79 15.47
WIT!l IWloNI':I1T .l': RIMS
NV1I1 )M(INA1~:RM30x3 1-2 TIlRES AND) ST,1ltTIFi
Car List F reight ''ax
.25.00 38.79 25.78
it - :000.00 r,8.79 21.75 ti
- - . .750.00 3:.79 30.94
-875.00 :18.79 36.09
. . 575.00 38.79 23.72
005.00 38.79 16.4G
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