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< "I'M at Clinton*
There Is little to report besides tho
marrying of so many of t bo young la
dies of Clinton, than whom is claimed
by a neighboring city, none aro more
The latost is that of Miss Lana Cope
land, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J,
C. Copeland, and our popular drug
gist, Dr. J. H. Voung. The par
lor ami hall wore beautifully decorated,
with white and yellow chrysanthemums
appearing In great profusion.
At the Ural strains of tho wedding
march, beautifully rendered by Mrs.
Qeorge Copeland, entered two lovely
little girls, Essio and Lola Voung, bear
ing the white ribbon, through which
tho party was to pass.
Then came the bridesmaids, Miss
Annie Copeland, of Clinton and Miss
Lula Moseley, of Prosperity, wearing
lovely gowns of white organdie, over
yellow, and carrying yellow chrysan
themums. Then followed Mr. II. A
Copeland, of Newberry, brother of the
brido. Next came iho littlo llowor
girls, Evie Shands and Amy Copeland,
veritable little fairies in frocksof dainty
organdie. Leaning on the arm of the
handsome groom, entered tho bride,
wearing a lovely creation of white or
gandie, satin and lace, carrying a bou
quet pf white carnations nnd ferns.
Soft lights ami blending of Chrysanthe
mums in the hack-ground was indeed a
beautiful scene, making one of the pret
tiest weddings that has taken nlace
Dr. \V. P. Jacobs performed the cere
mony in a style peculiar to himself,
beautifully and impressively. It is
needless to speak of the bride, not only
at home, but wherever known, by her
lovely character,she has won friend-..
The presents were numerous and
beautiful, About eighty guests were
present at the wedding and enjoyed
the reception, which followed the cere
Among the guests were Mrs. II. C.
Moseley, Miss Lena Mosoley, Misses
Bessie and Delia Bowers and Dr. Klb
ler, of Prosperity, Miss Li/.zio Cope
land, of Newberry, Dr. and Mrs. Goo.
Albright, of Lauren.-, and Miss Marie
Smith, of Glenn Springs.
Mr. ,f W. Copeland. Jr., not willing
to wait the return of his lianee, left on
Saturday's vestibule for Columbus, Ca..
and to the surprise and p'easure of all
pa> ties brought back his lovely bride,
NK1-5 Miss Matiel l'arrott. They are at
home to their friends at the residence
of iho bride's father, on Main Street,
Rev. J.H.I 'ar>nt
Miss Claudia i rby has returned homo
after spending some time in town, \:s
iting friends and relatives.
Head the top and bottom lines of our
.standing advertisement. Something
Palmetto Drug Co.
If you are in the dark as to where to i
buy Lamps come to Laurens and see
S At. & E. H. Wilkes' line from 98 cts.
tO $7.00. _
CROSS IIILL ? ERDINGS.
On Wednesday, the 20th Inst , Miss
Mary McGowan was married to Mr.
George Duekett Young at the Presby
terian church, Cross Ball.
The church was beautifully decorated
with autumn leaves, ivy and chrysan
themums. As tlie (dock pointed to half
past twelve, the well-known strains of
"Take mo," wedding inarch rendered
by Miss Alleine Miller annoueed the
approach of the bridal party.
The doors were thrown open and in
came Wilma Ktimey and Hello Madden,
the ribbon girls: then came the candle
girls, Lucia Ellis and Katie Austin:
then the ushers, Jim Austin, Joe
Carter. Horace MeSwainand John Mc
Gowan ? each conducting his part
Then came the bride upon the arm of
her sister, Kittie, and tho groom with
his brother Pope, meeting in front
of a lovely arch of chrysanthemums,
where stood Rev. William Jacobs, of
the Thornwell Orphanage. The bride
wore a stylish dress of brown, with
blue silk and applique, carried In her
hand a bouquet of white chrysanthe
Miss Mary is a general favorite in
town and is a bright and interesting
young woman Air. Voung is one of
Greenwood's best planters and progres
sive young men.
Mr. ami Mrs. Voung received many
useful and costly presents They will
make their home near Ninety Six, the
home of tin' groom.
Mr. J. 1). Heeks ami Miss Willie
Wardlaw wero married Thursday at
Abbeville and came to Cross Hill the
same day. They will make Cross Hill
Messrs. S. M. St P.. II. Wilkes, Laurens.
Gents: After looking at a great many
Stoves I came to you and purchased
one of your famous Sunny South Stoves,
which I wish to say that it takes less
wood for it than any Stove f have ever
tried. I am glad that I came to you to
buy my store.
J. P.* MURRAY,
Winter Shoes?such as you will not
be afraid to wear in bad weather: such
as are made of solid leather and will
Da?'is, Roper Sc Co.
W. ?. Gilkorson, who has been run
ning as express mossongcr on tho C. <Sr
W. C. road between Greonvillo and
Laurens has been transferred to the
olllce of tho Superintendent at Char
lotte. Greenville News.
Every day we receive now articles
for our 10 cent counter.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkos.
Hargains in men's and boys' clothing
at O. B, Simmons.
We aro selling more over-coats than
over before. Moral: Our coats are I
good and cheap.
Davis, I toper & Co .
You can get tho lowest prices on
O. B. Simmons.
Smaller in price than quality. This
is so of our lines this season. We havo
tho largest and best stock wo have ovor
had and wo aro selling more goods than
Davis, Roper St Co.
Tho latest thing in nockwear and
J. E. Mintor .Sc Hro.
We nave Shoes that will stand tho
rougl winter?solid loather.
J. E. MIntor & Bro.
W vNTKn?Salesmen to soil Lubri
cating Oils, Greases, Belting and Spe
cialties to threshormon,on commission.
Good goods and liberal proposition.
Address giving references.
TUP. HOWARD OIL & GREASE CO.,
We always load If you need tho
new school hooks we keep them in
Palmetto Dm g 0 ?.
We have stoves "to burn" wood or
coal that would make your dining room,
bed room, parlor, store,oftlcoor church
comfortable and pleasant. They are
cheap. Got our price-;. We would like
Mi seil you ono.
8 M. A' E. II. Wilkes.
Alford Goodwin, a colored eoiu .i t, is
<,aped from my farm. Ho is 40 or 46
years old, about 6 feet 8 inches high,
woighs about 105 pounds, forehead
dished back, very bald-headed and a
11 ..tie stoopod In shouldors. A rev/aid
of $'25.00 will he paid to any person de
llvci ,ng him to me.
J. 8. BLALOCK,
GoldvUlo, 8. O.
Mr. B. J. Wells, of 0ro?8 Hill, is
teaching the aoademy at Poplar
Spring?, Ppartanburg (ounty. Tho
school ch i hl reo and pitrons are luckv
in scouring Mr. Well?.
An alarm of Qro awaked tho town at
three, ocloek this morning. The (ire
was located at the ware house of the
cotton mill, hut it was soon extingu
ished without damage.
fards have been received In theolty
to the marriage on December 5th, of
M18S Alllo Heall, of I.umpkln. Qeor
Rjaand Dr. D. R. M itch i nor, of Abbe
yille. Dr. Mitchinor formerly was in
Pf. Posey's drug store and has many
friends in tho city.
Mr. .J. l'orcy Mahon, now of Now
b^rry, mado a pleasant visit iti the
county, where he has many kindred
during last week. His visit recalls
that while visiting Mr. Ambrose Mar
tin several years ago, Mr. Martin's
stables were burnt and his guest 1' St
two horses, while Mr. Martin lost
Dr. Jesso Teague. of Mountville, has
moved with his wife to this city and Is
Occupying the late residence of Mr. .1.
M Hampton's family on Irbv Hill. Dr.
lovgue Is a son of Mr. M. M. Teaguo,
one of tho most prominent <!ii/.on!> of
the county, and is a young man of
ability and high character, ile will
practice his profession hero.
Total amount of taxes for collect ion
in Laurenscounty for fiscal year looo,
is ?77.724.S2. November 24th, total
collected to date. $7,070.00. Balance to
he collected, $70,054.82. Come forward
with your taxes and save the 15 per
? ?ent penalty. The hooks will be closed
on 31st of December.
Miss Campbell, of Anderson. Misses
Mariegeno and Llllette Caineand Ruth
Shell, of Converse College, Miss May
and Mr, J. .1. Moorman, of Columbia,
are in the city for the wedding of Miss
Virginia Moorman and Mr. W. Pierce
Calne, which takes place at the Pres
byterian church this evening. This
.vedding will be a very brilliant social
Mr.-. Carrie G. Col ton will he bnrled
here this aft< rnoou. She was horn in
I.aureus ???ui ty, but her parents Dr.
and Mrs. Goidfog moved to Spartan
burg, about sixty years ago, They
woro educated, refined people, anil
Mm. Colton was well informed on local
history ai d was possessed of many ad
mi rah'e traits. Spurt an burg cor. News
and ( ourier, 24th Inst.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Martin Hampton, of
Charlotte, N. C, have issued cards to
the marriage, of their daughter Miss
Allco Louise, to Mr. Henry William
Link. The wedding is to occur at
home on the morning of December the
fifth. 'I his announcement will be read
with interest in Laurens, where M'.ss
Hampton, who is a most attractive
young lady has numbers of friends.
Misses Lucilo and Nannie May
Wright gave a reception from four
thirty to live thirty on yesterday af
ternoon in honor of their brother's
fair and charming young bride Vlrs
W illiam 1 ry Wright, Thoroceptlon
rooms were, beautifully decorated,
dainty refreshments were served, and
the guests about forty in number,spent
a most delightful hour.
The stockholders of the C. & W. C.
Railroad mot at Char'eston on tho
23rd inst. Says the State
After tho regular order of business
was transacted the following officers
were elected: President .1. B. Cleve
land: vice president, Harry Walters:
directorr, D. A. P. J or don, Green
wood: J. O. C. Fleming, I.aureus; J. B.
Dowdy. Augusta: A very Patton, Green*
vllle; J. B. Cleveland, Spartanburg; H,
Walters and B. P. Newcomer, Baltl
Mr. Fleming is a progressive, enter
prising and leading business man of
this city and will look zealously to the
interests of this community and county.
Valuable Real Estate Sale.
Mr s. D. Childressbought from the
National Bank during last week the
valuable residence on Main Street
known as the ( lark boarding house.
At the same time he sold to the bank
his residence on Hampton street.
Death of II. Frank Fuller.
Many friends and relatives of thi:
gallant gentleman in Laurens lament
his death, which occurred at Ninety
Six during last week. He was reared
in this county, lost his arm in tho war
between tbj States, and had illustrated
a noble citizenship by a successful and
honorable career in business since the
He Fooled the Surgeons.
All doctors told Renick Hamilton,
of West Jefferson, O., aftersuffering IK
months from Rectal Fistula, ho would
(lie unless a costly operation was per
formed, but he cured himself with live
boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the
surest file cure on Garth, anil the best
Salvo in the world. 12"> cents a box. Sold
by the Laurens Drug Co.
Keprcscntati ve 11. A Cooper has
prepared and early in the approaching
session of the General Assembly will
introduce a Bill on this important sub
ject. Tts provisions among others make
it unlawful to carry upon the person
concealed or otherwise pistols of di
mensions ess than thirty inchps in
length, tireo and a half pounds
weight, an.l 14 calibre' Other provis
ions tend to correct and lesson the evil
of carrying concealed weapons in tho
The Laurens Hardware store, of
Which Mr. .fames Danklin is proprie
tor, was entered by burglars Saturday
night. The glass door of the store
was smashed and the thieves
boldly entered, though .in electric
light was burning in a few f<'ot of tho
door. Eight pistols, a supply of car
tridges and about a dozen pocket knives
wore taken. On tho same night a
freight car hI the depot was entered
and some patent medicines belonging
to tho Pa motto Drug Company In
terfered with. It Is supposed that tho
party was Beaching for whiskey. Mr.
Calvin I'hilpot's store whs also visited
and tho cash drawer relieved of a small
sum. The thieves have not been ap
prehended aa yet.
To he Married To-day.?Brown-Wil
At noon to-day, at the Presbyterian
church, Cross Hill, another beautiful
wedding will take place. The con
tracting parties will be Miss Lyllian
Leo, the eldest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. I. O. Brown, and Mr. .lohn RufUB
Wilcutt. Miss Brown,who is very beau
tiful and very charming, is oxcoedingly
popular in this city, her home, until a
a littlo more than a year ago, and Mr.
Wlloutt, a son of Mr. F. B. Wilcutt,
of Waterloo, is a very successful young
businessman. Mr. and Mrs. Wilcutt.
will have the good wishes and congratu
lations of an unusually largo circle of
friends. A number ef Laurens people
In rosponso to cards received in tho
(dty a week ago will bo present at tho
For men's, womon's an.l children's
shoes you can got the best on earth.
O. B, Simmons,
Bargains in OloakB, Capes and Furs
at O. It. yimmoAD.
Now lot of jeans inst in from 10 cts.
to 2n cents. A look means a purchase.
.J. 10. Mintor & Bro.
Do not send off for books, new or 2nd
Ihand, but come to us.
Palmetto Drug Co,
AND BRIEF NOTES OF RECENT
Mr. W. H. Rasor was in the city on
Captain .1. U. Mintor visited Spar
tanburg last week.
Mr. Koubon Pitts, of Furman Uni
versity, spent Sunday in tho city.
Mrs. ?. C. Smith, of Waterloo, was
in the city last Thursday.
Mrs. T. F. Simpson spent Carnival
Week In Augusta.
Mrs Robert Adams is visiting rela
tives in Georgia.
Dr. .1. .1. Boo/.cr, of Clinton, was in
tho city Monday.
Mr. C. B. Gray visited his parents at
Williamen last weok.
Dispenser A. It. Sullivan visited Co
lumbia last week on business.
Profits to county and town last mont h
from Dispensary wero $1,221.42,
Mr I'. B. Watts, of Cross Bill, spent
Monday night in tho eity.
Mr. John II. Hunter, of Goldvillc,
was In the city yesterday.
Mrs. F. Z. Wilson, of Newberry, is
visiting her sister, M rB. J. I). Pitts.
Sheriff McCrnvy visited Columbia
Dr. anil Mrs. George Albright visited
in Clinton last week.
Hov. N. J. Holmes was in the city
Observe Mr. J. L>. Hlalock's adver
Messrs. W. R. Rlohey and F. P. Mc
Gowan were in attendance upon court
at Greenwood last week.
Mrs. II. X. Nabers, of Cross Hill, was
the guest of relatives in tho city last
Miss Anna Boozer, of Clinton, has
been visiting her sister, Mrp. '. Han
Little for the pnst ten days.
Mrs. W.P. Nash and Mast r Wil
liam Nash, of Walhalla, are visiting in
Wo aro very much obliged to our
friends who have settled, but we want
to see all our friends.
Miss Simpson, a charming young lady
of Tumbling Shoals, was In the eity
Mrs. N. B. Davenport and Mr. Eddio
Davenport, of Cross Hill, wero in tho
Miss Lucllo Wilson, of Converse
College, spent Sunday with rolattves
in tho city.
A new switch board has been put in
?.t the telephone office ami other im
provements made to the service.
Thanksgiving serviere at the Epis
copal church at eleven o'clock Thurs
Mr. W. Perry Wright and bride
arrived in tho city to visit Mr. and
Mrs. W. N. Wright.
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Hasor, of
Mountville, wero the guests of Friends
in the city last week.
Remember Tut-: ADVERTISER wants
you to seUio up salesday, o: tho first
time you are in town.
Mr. John T. Hrnmlett, of Green
ville, a veteran of the Hampton Le
gion, was in the eity during last week.
Mr. W. W. Graham, manager of the
Fair, accompanied by Mrs. Graham,
visited Spartanburg lust week .
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Garrett, of Clin
ton, passed through the city Saturday,
on their way home from Pickens.
Mr. Niles J. Craig, a very promi
nent young business man of Greenwood,
was >n the city Monday,
Miss Jessie Scott, of Augusta, will
arrive in the city this week to visit
Miss Alma Shell.
Thanksgiving services will be held
at the Presbyterian church at eleven
o'clock on Thursday morning.
Joseph T. Johnson received in the
recent election the largest vote of the
seven Congressmen elooted from this
Mr. B. L. Clardy went over to Abbe
ville last week to he best man at the
wedding of Miss Willie Wardlaw and
Mr. James Heeks, of Cross Bill.
Henry Laurens Conclave, of the or
der of Hoptasophs, will celebrate
Thanksgiving with a (swell oyster sup
per to-morrow night.
Mo sure to call and pay your subscrip
tion on Salesday. Von aro not in town
every day so be sure to settle this while
you are bore.
Miss Nellie Holt camo home from
the Columbia Female College on tho
sick list Saturday, hut her friends will
bo glad to know slio is recovering.
Mr. J. B. Norment, of tho News and
Courier, was In the eity last week
looking after the Interest of that on
Mrs. John Godman returned to
Florida on Thursday after spending
several weeks with Mrs. T. F. Simpson
and other relatives here.
Rev Mr. Mitchell, of Christ Church,
Greenville, preached an able sermon
at the Episcopal ehurch Sunday morn
Misses Mota Sullivan, Bessie Todd.
Louise Hichey and Emma Hudgens, of
Converse College, are in tho city for
Mrs. Greenewald, of Spartanburg,
gave a very swell reception on jester
day afternoon in honor of Mrs. J. 'J'.
Johnson and Mrs. L. M. Roper.
Rev. R. B. Jone.s^ and Messrs. C. 0,
Foatherstono and Jno. F. Holt, mem
bers of important commit'.cos, left for
Conforenco on yostorday.
County olllcers elected at the recent
election may onter on thoir duties as
soon as thoy give thoir bonds nnd have
Complaint is made that the fine orop of
potatoes recently harvested is gr.-atly
rotting. It is thought that the freeze
that preceded thoir harvesting did tho
Tho Eufala, Alabama Daily Times,
gives an account of a concert given Iry
the faculty of tho female college there
and Speaks In high terms of the sing
ing of Mrp. Tliomus F. Jones.
Mrs. J. D. M. Shaw wont over to
Cedar Springs for tho woddlng of Miss
Virginia Walkor and Hon. Robert M.
Hitch of Savannah, which took place
last Wednesday evening.
^ Hov. L. M. Roper, pastor of the
Spartanburg Haptist church, ami one
of the moat talented young ministers
In tho State, was in the cily, the guest
of relatives on Friday.
A groat many gentlemen have made
The Advertiser pleasant visits tins
fall and left the most delightful souve
nirs possible, but It is hoped that every
man In the county who has forgotti u
to do this will come in salesday.
Perhaps you have notdeolded what
your Christmas presents will be
It is none too soon to decide.
Wo aro showing a lino that wo
think is a little linor than any
other. A great many people think
sti . i , judging by the sales.
The prices will strike you as won
derfully low. The quality brings
people hack for more. The styles
are elegant and exclusive
Don't make the mistake of waiting
for Dec. 20th before selecting See
ing our Holiday Goods is better
than reading about them. When
may wo expect you?
The LauroiiN Drug Co,
'Phono 75 Goods dolivored.
Teachers and Scholars of Lauren
Wishing to save you money, us well
as to supply von with the latest books,
we have put in stock Johnson's Read
ers, Dec's Histories, Ginu's Arithme
tics and Froy's Geographies. (Had to
have you call.
Palmotto Drug Co.
Don't throw them away be
cause they are broken. Per
haps it will take but little money
to make them as good as new
If your watch does not keep
time take it to
W. A. JOHNSON,
Laurons, S, C
BIG BARGAINS IN
A chance for every Lady to get a Hat.
$1.00 and $1.25 Street Hats all colors, at 75 cents.
53" Don't wait until they are all picked over but come early and take advantage of the oiler.
BT' ?3fc - fed .'.i?i- .-v:.?GHaBOBBBB
TNT "?llSS Sfc Co S liuoof T?ilor-m?do Suits we
* -??^AA?-? <?A. VUV/ jj are displaying^just recoivod
now lot of samples to-day that wo can sell you at about ouo-half their
value. All tho now shades and materials, and remember you got noth
ing but the best of workmanship. Buy at once then you will not break
a commandment by envying your friend.
Our 1Dry Goods IDepaftirjeirt
is being replenished evory day with tho latest and newest Goods?Just received
this wook special lots of
French Flannels, Henriettas, Black and Colored Silks.
Wo carry the largest line, of Homespuns, Ginghams, Calicoes, etc., in Laurens. Oar prices are the smallest.
Ladois Underwear, Corsets, Kid-Gloves, ltibbons--a mile or a foot.
af Men's; IlMrtTO
is more complete than ovor before, and wo are making buyers happy every day. How about You?
Laurens, 8. ?.
Be sure to see it.
. Bettor Goods for Less MONEYS
Some of tho itoms on
which wo can savo you
DIMES and $ * *.
Tiling, Lamps, Toilet
SotB, China Closots,
Sido Boards, Dining
Tablos, Hat Racks, Etc.
' .Laurens, S. C.
I ft Building a HOUSE
Every item counts. Consult us and get the
best Nails, Hinges, and all Hardware at the
Figures that they can be furnished. Our line
of Farm Implements, Tools, Chains, Locks,
Wire for Fencing, Horseshoes and all kinds
of Hardware are full and UP-TO-DATE.
We arc Never Undersold.
Our Paints are the most reliable. Examine our Cutlery line?it
will save money. Our goods are lirsl-class always. If you buy
cheaper , you will buy shoddy stuff and lose money in the end.
Brooks cfic Jones.
gimW Corner Main and ifarpor Streets.
Glenn Spring? Hotel
GLKNN SPRINGS, S. C.
Qtauig of Sotat|Krn StauwK* ifrtftortft,
LEADS ALL OTHERS.
There is but one Glenn Springs, and it has no oqual on the
Continent for tho Stomach, Livor, Kidnoys,
Bowols and Blood.
Hotel Open June 1st to Oct. 1st.
~~T* Onisine and Sorvico Kxcollont.
I]jb Breatgst Resort id f?g fioatB,
For Board apply to SIMPSON <fc SIMPSON, Glonn Spring
South Carolina. Water $1.75 por ease, hottlos to ho returned.
Water for sale by The Lauren? Drug Co., Konnody Bros., Dr. B.
F. Posey, Laurons, S. 0.