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MARRIED IX CHARLESTON.
Mr Malison Ureer Weds Miss Rosalie
The first wedding in Easter week
was that of Miss Rcsalle Mnokcnfuss
Stewart and Mr. Warren Manson
Ureer, whtcli took place on Tuesday
aftornoon, at 3 o'clock, at the h<>me of
the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Stewart, on Logan street. For
the occasion the two parlors were
opened together and bandeomo'y decor
atod: tbo bay window was draped in
gauzy white and banked with ferns
and white azaleas, palms, white roses
and calla lilies. A railing was placed
across the window, chanel like, and in
front was a beautiful arch of flowers
from the center of which depended two
intertwined hearts of white roses. The
kneeling cushions were of white satin.
The young couple stood beneath the
arch while the wedding ceremony was
porformod by the Rev. John Johnson,
D. D. A. boautiful wedding march was
played by Miss Julia Morris as the
bridal party em ? red the room, and dur
ing the ceromoDy, "O promise Me."
Two littlo flowers girls, Misses Nellie
Gottio and May Stewart, dressed in
pink and carrying biskets of pink blos
soms, precoded the bridesmaid and
groomsman, Mi-s Alice Stewart, a sis
ter of the bride, bnd Mr. Herbert Greor,
a brother of tbo groom, who were fol
lowed by tho damo of honor, Mrs. Rob- ,
ert Stewart, Jr., and the brldo. The ,
groom entered the room with Dr. Rob
ert Stewart, a brother of the bride, who
was given away by her father. The
bridesmaid wore a dainty pink and
whtto gown and ctrried pink flowers
with ribbons of the same color. The
damo of honor was in white, her llow
ors woro also white. The bride was '
lovely in a gauzy whito toilet trimmed
with valoncUnnes lace,and her bouquet
was of brldo rosos. On the piazza and
throughout the houso the decorations
wore of laurol, ferns and roses, the
whole presenting an uncommonly beau
tiful appearance' From tho dining
room refreshments were banded. Mrs.
Greer cutting the handsome brldo cake
with much grace. Soon after the bride
appeared In a stylish blue traveling
dress, and at 5 o'clock Mr. and Mrs.
Greer were on the way to their future
homo in Laurens.?Charleston Post.
NOTHING EQUAL TO CHAMBER
LAIN'S COLIC AND DIARRHOEA
REMEDY FOR BOWEL COM
PLAINTS IN CHILDREN.
"Wo have used Chamborlaiu's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in our
family for years," siys Mrs. J. B.
Cooko, of Nederlands, Texas, "Wo
havo given It to all of our children. We
have used other medicines for the same
purpose, but never found anything to
equal Chamberlain's. If you will use it
as directed it will always oure." For
salo by Laurens Drug Co.
Orderlug Baral Libraries.
Superintendent Brooks is tbis week
assisting tbe teachers and trustees of
thoie schools whose applications were
accepted for a rural library, in making
up tbelr orders for the books, which
are to be supplied by sn Atlanta con
cern. The Ors school was among tbe
first to subscribe for a library, but ac
cording to a recent decision of the At
torney General the Dlstriot was found
ineligible to receive s library as the
school was created by a special act of
tbe Legislature. Lsnford having made
application and being next on the list
of eligibles was promptly given Oru's
obanoe to get one of tbe ten libraries.
Superiuteudent Brooks suggests that
all the orders for tbe libraries be made
as early as practicable. Sevoral orders
have already gone on.
Cotton Mill News.
Mr.C.H. Roper conducted thesorvloe
at tbe Second Baptist Church Sunday
morning and Bev. W. D. Hamlet Sun
We are glad to say that Rev. M. 0.
Compton is improving in health.
Mr. Edgar Blakeley and wife of
Clinton visited friends and relatives
here Saturday night und 8unday.
Mr. 0. K. Tern pie* on visited bis old
home In tbe county Sunday.
Mr. Walter fiel lams has been sick
for a few days.
Messrs. D. K. Todd and Larry Mar
Lin of Clinton were in town Saturday.
Mr. Will Moore bas come back here
Meesrs. Ludie Tribble and Osoar
lVmpleton were up to see Mrs. Dr.
Temple ton Sunday.
Mr. Gus Martin and wife wont to his
brother's birthday dinner Friday.
Mr. John Mu-!or and Miss Molilo
Templeton were married WedneF.lay
night at eight o'clock at tbe home of
tho bride's father, Mr. Bordie Tem
pieton. Also Mr. Will Dagnall and
Mies Mollle Pendland Wednesday
if tor noon at Mr. Hragg's. Bev. J.
G>. Huggin performed both cere
Mr. Marlor and wife went to see Mr.
Marl<>r's parents Friday at Knoree.
Bev. D. B. Hill of Baoree was in town
Joe Avery was in town Saturday.
Miss Cora Franks gave a muslcale
uul little play to her friends Saturday
Whit Dendy of Newberry is up to
seo his father.
Arthur Cobb of King's Mountain is
Mr. Bordie Templeton and wife went
to Clinton Sunday.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
The HublThe Hub
Trained Taste Governs the Gathering.
Do you know why it is that a large percentage of the most
fastidious dressers in Laurens have come to depend on THE
HUB for almost everything they require in apparel and its acces
sories. It is just for the simple reason that trained, womanly
taste governs the gathering of our stock and selects every single
thing, large or small, that we ?fter for sale. Intimate knowledge
of women's needs, tastes and wishes is the secret of our success.
Full of Refined Beauty.
Real refinement and beauty characterizes every piece of
Dress Goods we show this Spring. There are no over-gaudy
vulgar, cheap-looking patterns or shades among them. We ear
nestly request you to see these beautiful fabrics before you pur
chase. Among them the following are especially noteworthy.
Voilks?Plain Bouretted 38-in. per yard 50c.
Nun's Veiling?black, and colors, 3o-in.,per yard 50c
Nun's Veiling?very soft and dainty,, 38-in, per yard, 50c
Sicilians?black and colors, 40-in, per yard, 50c
In Embroideries, Laces and
Trimmings, we offer an ex
quisite line, full of striking nov
elties and lovely effects. Swiss
and Cambric Embroideries and
Insertions are shown in plentiful
variety at 15c to 50c the yard,
Torchon Laces and Insertion ,
many, many kinds, 5c to 25c.
Valenciennes Laces , match sets,
5c to 25c. And a good stock of
silk and cotton Applique, Wood,
Silk Cluny, Persian Bands and
all else in up-to-date dress adorn
Daiuty Stuff tor Summer.
Our Wash Goods stock is a
panorama of ptetiiness. All
sorts of alluring tints and
Patterns ('all brand new this
Spring) supply you with a fas
cinating range of choice.
Mercerized Waistings?in snow
white, as well as all the
15c to 50c the yard.
Piques?in charming striped and
figured effects 10c to 25c.
Silk Mull?in blac?c, white and
colors, very stunning,
30 to 40c
Wash Silk Novelties?in cham
pagne and other new shades,
15c. to 40c .
nillinery and Other Hatters.
Please do not buy any sort of Hat until you have visited our Milli
nery Department. It is full of new shapes, trimmings and made
up Hats, which we feel sure will interest you greatly. It doesn't
cost a penny to see them, you know. Then there arc a great
many other notable things here at The Hub, which well deserve
your att- otion. For instance, our superb line of Voile and Serge
Walking Skirts at $1.50 to $7.50; Our Mercerized Underskirts
(imitation silk finish^ at $1.00 to $3.00; and much else that
we lack space to mention here.
Don't buy until you have paid The Hub a visit.
$20,000?Twenty Thousand Dollars Worth
Merchandise to Go at Red Hot Prices.
Same Millinery Trim
med to Order ' for Less
Money?23c ta $3.50.
Men's and Young Men's Suits.
New color Mendings in Grays, Brown] and Mixed Fabrics.
In "Yale" and "Harvard" effects. Suits that are cut over live
models. Full of shapely lines. Suits that fit every shape, whether
tall, stout or regular build. In correct ''military" cut. In Black
Worsted, Blue Serge or Pure Worsteds. When we say they arc
equal to made-to-order suits, you can depend upon it that these
suits will back up our assertion. They are challenge values and
we are greatly enthused at the beautiful array.
$2.98, 3.75, 4.97, 5.00, 7.50, 8.s0, 10.00, 12.00.
5 cents Sea Island.?. 3/^
5 cents Lawn. 3/4
6 cents Bleaching. 5
20 cents Levering's Coffee.12/^
17 Bars Laundry Soap. 25
Mole vSkin Pants. 48
$1.00 Heavy Mole Skin Pants. 75
Job vStraw Hats, 50 cents goods,. ? 20
10 cents Kxtracts.,. 8
15 cents Sweepstakes Tobacco. IO
??Good Luck" Baking Powder. 4
Good quality Negligee Shirts?, Red Hot price, 25c
One Lot 47c, 50c and 60c Negligee Shirts, Cut Price 35c
50 cent Spring Style Negligee Shirts 390
75c Spring Styles Negligee Shins, all same material
with pocket, 48c
30 dozen #1.00 and $1.25 Fine Dress Shirts, Cut Price, 89c
Mou's Undershirts, Good Quality, *3C
Men's Fancy Undershirts, 35c values, :oo dozen to
select from, Red Hot 23c
Choice Lot Men's 60c and 75c Undershirts, Special
Values, Red Hot ? 48c
Ladies' Bleached Gauze Vests, Tape Neck, 10 cents goods 5c
2 Cakes Victory Soap
50ct Steel Rod Umbrellas,
"Red Hot" price
1 Cake Laundry Soap
Ribbon Girdle Corsets, all
#3.50 Men's Suits, Union
Twill, bargain price
1 pair Plow Shoes worth
$1.25, our price
Best 15c Linen Collar
1 Celluloid Collar
1 pair Men's Heavy Seam
1 pair Ladies' Hose, good,
1 pair Men's 15c Fancy Sox
1 pr Men's Sunday Shoes,
2 Big Towels
1 75c Counterpane
1 Fancy 39c Stand Cover
1 good hollow-ground Razor 97c
1 pr $1.25 Barber Clippers 07c
1 pair 10 cent Shears 5c
1 6-ft Buggy Whip 10c
1 Set Knives and Forks $1.48
$1.00 Watch 69c
1 25-yr Elgin Watch $12.97
1 Alarm Clock 60c
1 8-day Clock $1.94
1 yd ''Fruit" Bleaching 9c
i pr Lace Curtains 48c
1 6-ft Paper Window Shade 8c
1 6-lt Linen Shade 20c
1 Thimble 2c
Pins, Needles, Keychains ic
1 ' Beats All" Pencil ic
r cake Buttermilk Soap 4c
1 set Teaspoons 4c
1 box ioct Talcum Powder 5c
1 box 25cTctlow's Powder 10c
1 box Tappan's Powder 5c
1 bottle ioc Bay Rum Hair
1 bottle Hoyl's Cologne
1 bottle iocts Petroleum Jelly
1 box ioc Paper
24 Envelopes , good.
1 2 Safety Pins
1 vSpool Thread
2 Spools Thread (machine)
1 Cake Soap
12 Collar Buttons
5 Slate Pencils
4 oz ioc bottle Machine Oil
1 bottle Carter's Ink
12 boxes Tacks
1 yard Oil Cloth
1 nice Mandolin
2 big Handkerchiefs
1 nice Corset
1 "Dr. Scott" Corset
Ladies' #3 50 Pattern Hats
"Red Hot Price" #1,98
Linen 5c and ioc
98c to $1.75
98c to $3.47
icto 23c per yard 48c to 98c
ic lo 48c
The "other" merchants are nice enough fellows, but why should their friendship cost you from 15 per cent to 35 per cent
more than you need pay us for the "Self-samc\> Goods? Come any day?Six Bargain Days in a week.
"More Goods Same Money," "Same Goods I?ess Money."
RED IRON RACKET
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[Walk-Over Vici 3.5
[BiltWell 2.5 _
[Star Brand 1.50
?Best Hade for Boys and
A Heart to Heart Talk
With sensible people on the subject of Dress shows
that we are growing wiser. It used to be considered
quite the proper tiling ibr a man to pay his tailor forty dollars for
a suit of clothes. In this enlightened age we would call it foolishness.
The average man likes to be well-dressed but he has no burning desire
to waste his money. More than 250,000 men arc wearing
R.oyal Tailoring to-day; the garments they have on were
made to their measure by The Royal Tailors, of
Chicago, and while hey represent high-class individual
tailoring service, the men who wear them have the
satisfaction of knowing that the cost was away below
the usual charge for the same quality
of goods and workmanship. Over 400
beautiful patterns in Spring
and Summer novelty suit
ings just received irom this
LaFrance Patent $3.00i
iLaFrance Vici 2.50
Try He 2.0(
Star P-and i.5(
White Canvas 1.5(
Best Hade for Misses
and Little Girls.
ORDER BY MAIL
NEW ?SILKS?If it's Silk and it's Stylish?TAPP HAS IT.
30-lnch Black Peau do Sole, good
heavy weight, fast color. Will wear
the host. Wort?) elsewhere $1 '25. Spe
cial price, the yard.$1.00
Handsome 3(>-lnoh wide Black Taffeta
Silk. Wo guarantee every yard to
wear and not to break or split. We give
new silk on the spot for every ya-d not
as represented. Wo handle no tender
silks from jobbers, but give it l<
you fresh from tho factory every week
at prices that you cannot match. Pr'ee.
tho yard.$1 .00
Messallne, that new and stylish pure
silk fabric in about 18 colors, also
white, cream and black, 20 inches wide,
very soft, with high lustre. Prio*. the
38-inch wide Black Guaranteed Taf
feta Silk. This is made by the Bar
tholdl Silk Company and is guaranteed
by J,hor?. Wo back this guarantee by
giving you new silk for every yard
that breaks or sp'its. Tho heaviest)
the prettiest and best $1.50 Taffeta on
oarth. Tapp's price the yard.$1.25
MEXICAN LACE BANDS.
When you want tho latest trimmings
for the shirtwa'st suit or fancy dress
bear in mind wo havo it. Wo uro snow
ing all the new Mex can I.nco Bands in
white, champagne and brown at tho
special prices 12 l-2e, 15c, 25c and
C0LOBEI) DRESS WOODS.
Every stylish dresser in tho Caro
linas knows that if a drois material
comes from Tapp's it is the latest in
fashion and tho best in quality.
All-wool sponged and shrunk Cheviot
in garnet, brown, navy and royal blue,
black, gray, etc. Tnis is tho btst value
on the market. At the yard.50e.
.1-iuch All-Wool English Covorts in
gray?, bluos, etc., worth $1.25. Special
price, the yard. 75c.
-11-inch navy knd royal blue Brill ian
tine, tho season's leading style. You
can't buy tho samo at Tapp's price, the
38 inch wide White Mohair with
dotted eu'eets, one of tho season's br>st
styles. Price, the yard.50C.
38-inch wide White Nuns Veiling,
all pure wool, washes and wears the
b?st. Good value at tho yard.50c.
38-inch wide all wed Albert rose,
very stylish, wears well, it's a value,
tho yard. 50c.
Lathes' White Piquo and Madras
Kancy Stocks, some bound in hands
and with long tabs, othors with fancy
fagoting and buttons. This lino is pos
itively worth double what wo ask you
Tapp s special price..25c.
Wc prepay Mail, Express or Freight on all purchases of $5.00
or over shipped within a radius of 600 miles of Columbia.
THE JAMES L. TAPP CO., Columbia, S. C,
Do Yof Need One?
We have put on Sale for this
week four grades in Sunshades.
These were made a Special
Order. Cloth and handles per
sonally selected, having steel
rods and paragon frames. The
prices are 50c, #1.00, #1.25 and
#1.50. This eclipses all former
values in Sunshades ever shown
here. ?See them at
W. G. WILSON &C0.
Best 2.00, 2.50 and $3.00 Shoes
Best 4.00 and $5.00 Shoes.
Ladies', Misses and Children's!
Shoes in great variety.
ALL NATURE IS AWAKENING.
Boys' Suits 69 cents to $5.00.
Youth's Suits 3.00 to $10.00.
Men's Suits 3.50 to $25.00.
Show the world you are living, you are
progressive. Be Young, Snappy and 5tylish.
Be a leader, be somebody, clothes do it,
the right kind.
A good fitting suit is a great tonic, it
makes you feel good all over. There is an ex
hilaration, a supreme satisfaction, in the
knowledge, that your garments are the cor
rect Models, that they are designed and made
by the "Greatest Clothes Hakers" in the
world. Every garment is guaranteed.
COME we will be glad to see you, glad to
show you what's new and nobby in Spring
Apparel. You are welcome, thrice welcome at
DAVIS, ROPER & CO,,
Outfitters to Particular People.
See our advertisement of our Ladies Department]
in this issue.
Stiff and Soft Hats.
In all the latest Styles.