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Walterboro, Jan. 9.?One of lue
most beautiful weddings that bus ta
keti place in Walterboro in a number
of years was solemnized at the resl
donce of Capt. A. C. Shaffer, at high
noon on Tuesday, January 5, when
Miss Emily Shaffer Bellingor became
tho bride Of .Mr. Samuel Klmoro Honey
of Laurens, S. C. The ceremony was
performed by the Rev Thomas P.
Baker, rector of St. .hide's Episcopal
Church, of this place, In the presence
of a large number of relatives and
friends of the contracting parties.
The lovely and spacious home of
Capt Shaffer, the guardian of the
bride, was most beautifully and artis
tically decorated for the occasion, the
color scheme being a happy combin
ation Of green and white. In the west
parlor, in which the ceremony was
performed, tho scene presented was
one of ran1 beauty and charm. Hero
the Ingenuity and taste of the dec
orator were most effectively display
ed. From the centre of tho ceiling,
from which was suspended a large
white wedding bell, intertwined with
a delicate tracey of green, garlands of
smllax, interwoven with gray moss,
reached to tho four corners of the
room. Against the wall, facing the
door. The bridal altar was placed, and
Ibis was most charmingly decorated
witii a profusion of palms, sinllax,
grey mosit ami fresh p!m> noodles,
width .dso served to form an inch
beneath which the bride and groom
stood. Throughout the room the
e.iow of waxen caudles, set in ancient
candelabra, effused a soft and mellow
radiance, making the whole scone one
of the most striking and picturesque
At the appointed hour, to the
stains of Lohengrin's Wedding March,
which was rendered on the piano by
Mrs. Norman ('.. Morral, the bridal
party entered the parlor, precded
by Mr. Irving M. Flshburne and Mr.I..
S. Betty, who took their positions on
either side of the altar. They were
followed by the groom and his best
man, Mr. E. n. Sallenger, of Charles
ton. Miss. Annie Keith Savage, Hie
maid of honor, next CIUU0 into the
room, and was Immediately followed
by the bride, who entered upon tho
arm of Mr. 10. T. II. Shaffer. At the
altar, the bridal pair was met by the
Rev Mr. Maker, who spoke the beaut
iful Episcopal ceremony.
The bride was gowned in an ex
quisite creation of mcssulino silk,
trimmed with dUChesse lace, and made
in the Directoire style en train. Her
veil was delicately caught in her hair
by a spray of orange blossoms, and
fell in graceful folds to the train
of her gown. In her left arm she
curried a large boquet of bride's roses
nnd lilies of the valley.
The maid of honor wore a beaut
iful ,gown of pale blue inessaline
made Directoire style, white cm na
tions, tied with tulle.
Immediately after the ceremony, the
spacious room of the handsome home
were throne en suite, and a delight
ful reception was tendered the guests,
tie- ushers being assisted in serving
by friends of the bride. Mr and .Mrs
Boney were assisted In receiving by
Mrs 1). II. Terry, the mother of ('apt
Shaffer. Miss lOlhl Terry, her daugh
ter. Miss Annie Boney, sister of the
groom, and the Misses Bellinger,
aunts of the bride.
Following the recoption an ele
gant lunchoon was served to the
bridal party and a few friends, after
which the bride and groom left on the
I o'clock train for Laurens, S. ('.. the
future home of (he Collide.
The bride and groom have many
< lose friends in Walterboro, and
throughout the Stale, who wish them
happiness in their wedded life.
Mis Honey was justly recognized as
one of Watcrboro's most popular and
beautiful young ladies, adding to her
personal charms and accomplishments
those excellent qualities of mllld ami
heart which made her loved by all
who knew her.
The groom is the editor of The
1.aureus Advertiser, and although a
young man, has attained an enviable
reputation in this State In the news
paper world. He is well known in
Walterboro. and his many friends
heii1 who wish him much happiness
in .his benedict lue state.
The popularity of the couple was
attested by a large number of beaut
iful and handsome presents, r.nong
1 hem being a half dozen water glasses,
the gift of the bride's aunt. Miss
Lottie Bellinger, which bei on gee1 to
.Mrs Money's great-grand-mothe:-.
Among the out of twn guests at the
Wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. T. P.
Lesosno, of Charleston; Miss Annie
Honey, of Georgetown; Mr. Sax by
Chaplin Bellinger, of Wiggins, Mr. 10.
I). Sallenger. of Charleston; and Mr
C. A. Honey, of Yorkvllle.
Mr. and Mrs. M. I.. Copeland will
entertain a few friends Wednesday
evening in honor of Mrs. S. B. Honey.
Miss Pauline Anderson and Mr.
Alexander llaskoli Sanders, both of
this city, will be married Thursday
evening at t*> o'clock, at the home of
Miss Rosalee Franks will entertain
the Mysterious Twenty-two club on
Wednesday afternoon in honor of her
Charming guest. Miss Laura Lee Simp
yon of El her ton, Go.
Complimentary to Miss Paulino An
derson. Hie brlde-elocl of the week.
Mrs. Wells Clnrdy will entertain a
number of friends Wednesday after
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Copeland enter
tained nt a most delightful tea, Thurs
day evening in honor til' Mr. Cope
land's long-time friend, IlCV. .1. E. Ma
bailey of Clinton.
On Friday afternoon Miss Annie
GllkorsOll will lender a reception to
Hie bride of this week and I?) Mrs. S.
Miss Evtl Knight has returned home
after a visit to her sister, Mrs. Annie
A Positive Cure
If you havo Indigestion, your food
ierimnts in the stomach and bowels,
it ?!.-. more: it decays, and the nutri
tious matter which should no to tanke
new blood decnys with it. and this
leads in un Impoverished condition of
the blood, to nervousness, billiousness,
constipation, sick headache, had breath
which disgusts your friends, und otlior
disagreeable und unpleasant condi
And all this trouble is caused by tin*
food that doesn't digest, but ferments
and oftitr.os n Is in ihe stomach.
And ferinentation Is caused b ythe
stomach not being strong enough and
energelh enough to thoroughly mix
the food with ihc digestive juices.
Ml-O-NA is responsible tor tens of
thousands of cures. In fact, it is
such n positive cure tot- indigestion
and nil stomach troubles that it is
guaranteed by the (?aureus Drug Co.
to cure or money back. Tbc price
of a largo box of Ml-o-nn tablets is
f?0 cents, and they are sure to prompt
ly relieve ihe worsl case ut Indigestion
or gastritis. Try them.
CURES CATARRH, ASTHMA,
Bronchitis, Croup, Coughs and Colds, or
money back, bold ami guaranteed by
The Laurens Drug Co.
Plant Wood's Seeds
Thirty years in business, with
a steadily increasing trade every
year?until we have to-day one
of the largest businesses in seeds
in this country?is the best of
evidence as to
'Ihe Superior Quality
of Wood's Seeds.
We are headquarters for
Grass and Clover Seeds,
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Cow Peas, Soj.^ E?e;\i>s and
all Farm Seeds.
Wood's Descriptive CntnloU
the most useful and valuable of
Garden and Farm seed Catalogs
mailed free on toques'.
T. W. WOOD 5 SONS,
Seedsmen, ? Richmond, Va.
10t) acres near Park Station *.">(! per
acre, term-; easy.
75 acres l<i miles of Laurens ('. 11.
on Milton road s"2.<n?l>.
T. K. Iludgcnshouse and lot 13, Main
street at a bargain.
House and lot on Hampton street.
The Swit/.or farm, 236 acres, on easy
The -James T. Brownlee tract 82 3-4
Fine livery stnblooil Mill street, very
low and one-half cash.
'.?7 ncres of land within ono-four'.h
mile of Watts Mills. Prom one ncre
lots up. Cheap.
Three hundred and fifty acres, :i miles
from town, half in lino timber, $15.00
The prettiest place in Fountain Inn
at a bargain- $3,000.
95 acres near Watts Mills. Come
quick or it v, ;l be gone.
acres known a Old Spoon farm,
nine miles west of l.aureus. $800,
802 acres in two tracts, on Duncan's
creek, near Oarlington station.
146 acres near Ware Shoals, finely
improved and in high state cultivation.
i?2 3-1 acres near Tumbling Shoals,
high state cultivation, with six-room
132 acres botweon I.aureus and Clin
ton .at a bargain.
We havo that magnificent farm
known as the Van Robertson farm,near
Waterloo. I'll acres at a bargain, and
very easy terms.
813 acre.; near Waterloo, the Amanda
600 acres near Storni) Springs, the
best biirgain of them all.
One six-room house ami lot on Flem
ing street at a bargain.
'.17 acres, the Boyd farm at Boyd's
Mill. $1000; one-half cash.
200 town lots at nil kinds of prices.
One lot on N. Ilnrpor St.. nice build
ing lot. between Stove Taylor's and .1.
Tor Sale or KxcllMlgO 'A idee two
story, nine room house with fronl and
real piazns. A ROtld well of water
and other ImprovetUOUtS Upon tUo
premises and a line solection of stand
aid fruits of different varieties. A
nood garden with a largo lot of nice
cabbage gOOS with Ihe premise gratis.
Tills lot contains tWO acre: and fronts
on North Harper street, ami extends
hack and ft'Olll on Mock HlrOOl. Will
sell or OXChnilgo for improved COUIlty
property well located and near tin
city. Titles perfect and terms easy.
See us about it.
fCumo and see us for any kind of real
estate city Or country.
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Wear Main St. LAUnBNS, S. C.
The Largest an
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Consisting1 of the best line you v> ill
?i ywhere 9
ft nil I it mac*e of the best quality of material, well made nnd |
SB HUHT beautifully finished in different design:7 s izes. |
ties direct from the manufacturers, we can seil you the $
-* CHASRS S
? quality %
at other places.
On account of buying" them in in C
best made and best finished ROCKERS
for what you would have to pay for a <
Water Well Drillers
Are Hone^ /Makers.
Everybody uses water. A drilled
well is the only means of obtaining a
pure, cold and unfailing supply. Dug
wells and springs aro simply c ;ss po >;.
for collecting disease breeding surface
drainage, 85 por cent. oi Typhoid
Kovor is contracted from had wator.
A Keystone Drill will penetrate the
bed tock and tap the pure, unfailing
streams below. All surface water i
securely eased oil*. A drilled well
rarely goes dry in the most protracted
drouth. It is safe.
There is more money in a Keystone
Drilling Outfit than in a Threshing
Machine ami you work all the year
round instead of three months OlU of
twelve. Machine is the most complete
on the market ami must no! be con
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Drills a 6-ihch hole Ihroughnny form"
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Write for catalog No. I.
Keystone Driller Company
Beaver Falls, Pa.
tlfl.MtWS NEW DISCOVER Y
Will Surely Stop Thai Cough.
It's aiJ up with !(>Ott nov
Wr.'te it 1(>()9.
loo, that we expect t<> be sel
ling the best <-i Shoes for
moderate prices during tue
year [909, ;m<l lliill we ? >?
solve l<> jvive every pal tent
of this Shoe store llie best
Shoes money can buy.
the same old platform ns last
year, to be sure?bul we re
double our resolutions evefj
fh.inking our patrons foi past
The Shoo Man.
The best in tho wo:
Good-bye io the "Stock" or "Scootei"
A man can do double the amount
of work with Blount's 'True Blue"
Middle-Breaker that he can with
a little Stock or Scooter.
Don't be behind the
?l&D? all your
?tr^ *X 1 H plan ring and culti
1S4m?w-* vating with a
Blount's "True Blue" Middle-Breaker
Used from bedding; the land to laying by the crop! |
The greatest labor-saving invention for Planters since the
cotton gin. Thousands in constant use throughout the South.
On Exhibition Every Day at
J. Ii. Sullivan
I ?aureus, s. C.
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