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SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. j
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On Thursda) afternoon :'t 6 o'clock,
Miss Pauline Anderson was married
lo Mr. Alexander Haskell Sanders, (he
ceremony, performed by thu Rev. .lohn
I?. CroiH, pastor of the bride, takln
idaoe at the home of the bride's mother
Mrs. Amelia Anderson. N'o cards
were Issued and only tho immediate
families of the COUplo wer e present ut
The Anderson home was very pret
tily decorated for the occasion, espec
tally th<> parlor, where the ceremony
was performed, and the dining room.
Where tho dinner was served the
guests afterwards. Miss Anderson
wore a beautiful gown of Champagne
voile, with lace trimmings to match,
carrying a lovely bouquet of white car
nal ions. Mr. Sanders was dressed in
the conventional black, suiting the
hour. Immediately alter the cero
inony, beautifully and impressively
spoken by the Rov. ,1. 1>. t rout of the
First Methodist church, the guests re
paired to the dining room, which was
decorated in pink carnations and light
ed by the soft pink glow of candles.
While a very qulel wedding, unat
tended by the vast number Of friends
whom the two young people may well
claim, ii was nevertheless one of the
most Important and happiest social
events in Laurens in recent times. Miss
Anderson was a member of one of the
oldest and most popular families in
tho County; she herself has always
la . II held in highest esteem and affec
tion by all who knew her. and her
friends in this city are numbered by
iho hundreds. Mr. Sanders is a young
man of sterling worth, having won for
himself tho respect ami consideration
of tho business lifo of Laurens by per
sistent application lo his duties and a
si riet adherence to those principles
thai go to make a successful career.,
Mr. and Mrs. Sanders are at homo
i>> their friends at the residence of
Mrs. if. B. Copeland for tho present. I
In a few weeks they will occupy their
bcautb'ul new cottage on South Har
The out of town guests here for the
Andes son-Sanders wedding wero;
Mrs. Joseph T. Johnson, sister of the
bride, of Spartanburg, and her daugh
ter. Miss Mary Johnson; Mrs. Kiln
("avis. oi' Spartanburg; Mrs. R. F.
Jenkins of Oroenville, and Miss Nora
Sanders of Camdcn. tho two last j
named being sisters of the groom,
Coniplimentar) to Miss Vndcrson.
Compll.ntnry to Miss Pauline An
derson, the bride-elect of last week.
Mrs. Harked L. ('lardy very charming
ly entertained a number of friends at
her home on Laurel street, on Wed
nesday afternoon. Mrs. Clardy was
:. sisted in receiving by Mcsdames T.
F? lor Simpson, II. K. Alken and <'. B.
ft ray, who also noted In the capacity
Of judges in an interesting and excit
ing embroidery contest. Bach of the
holies present was handed a linen
doily upon which she was rotpiested
i-i embroider the letter "S." The tnsk
was a most delightful one. since the
work constituted a present to Miss
Anderson, who was on Thursday after
noon married to Mr Alexander Has.
kell Sanders. When all the ladles
had finished their work, the Judge.-,
examined each doily with careful con
sideration, finally awarding the prize
lo Mrs. Samuel 101 more Honey, nl
lhough there was some difficulty in
deciding between Mrs. Money's work
and Mrs. Ii. I' Oopolnnd's. The prize
handsome silver thimble, engraved
with tho dote of the occasion, was
presented by Mrs. Clardy to Mrs. Do
ney, who presented it to Miss Ander
son, tho guest of honor. After the
sewing contest and a social half hour.
S delicious salad course was served
by Mrs. Clardy. nsnlfltcd by Misses Car
oline Fleming and Jennie Simpson.
The ladies who enjoyed the afternoon
;i! Mrs. Clardy's wen-: Mcsdames W.
II. Anderson. T, Foster Simpson, N.
C. .Ionian. W. I-L Washington. H. C.
Copelaild, Connor Fuller, J. J. Adams.
C. I',. Cray. II, K. Alken, Jos. T. John
Mm. of Spartanburg, S. S. Honey;
.Misses PflUllno Anderson. Bmlly
Meng, Lila Hart. Blln Unland. VVIllou
Hoyd ami Annie Cilkerson.
Mr. ami Urs. Cope hind Receive.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Copeland enter
I'tnefl oil Wednesday evening at a
mosl delightful tod in honor of Mr.
llltd Mrs. Samuel Llmore Honey, at
tl ir elOganl suburban home in West
Laurens. Notwithstanding tho ex
reediugly Inclement wenther nil the
Invited guests accepted with alacrity
the opportunity to enjoy tho hospital
ii\ of the Copeland home, and a most
delightful evening was spent. Mr.
lind Mrs. Copclnjld were assisted In
receiving by Mrs. R, W. Hall. Mrs. Lu
cy N. Hoyd and Mrs. C. K. Cray.
At nine o'clock the guests were es
corted lo the dining halls, where quite
nil eh e.ml slipper was served. The
seating itrrnngemont at the tables
was unique and pleasing, it having
h ion itrranged that Mr. and Mrs.
Honey wore plnced nt tho table in tho
contor of tho hall, together with Mr.
and Mrs. 11 belt Creswell Todd, Miss
Pauline Anderson and Mr A. H. Ran
dors; ihc last named COUplS wore to
be married on tin> following afternoon.
The (lining Imlls were tastefully hung
in filling decorations und beautifully
Iigliled wiiii vni'l-eolorcd candles. Tlie
supper, niosi delieious in every re
spect and served with the elegance
and charm tltni characterizes such nf
fairs bildend |>y Mr. and Mrs. Cope
laiul, consisted of live courses.
Those who nie) Mr. und Mrs. Roney
were: Mr. und Mrs. V C. Fetitherstone
Mr. and Mr.--. It. 13. Copeland, Dr. and
Mrs. Ii K. Alken. Mr. and Mrs. I.. R.
Ulackwell, Mr. and Mrs. La mar Smith,
Mr. and .Mrs. A. t\ Todd. Mrs. T. I).
Darlington. Mrs. C. R. Gray. Miss
Maynn ForgUHOll, Miss I iinline An
derson and Mr. A. II. Sanders
Miss Prunks Kiilerliiins.
Miss Laura Leo Simpson, of lOlber
ton, Gu., was. on Wednesday afternoon
ho attractive honoree nt a most de
lightful reception, tendered by Miss
Rosalee Pranks lo the members of
the Mysterious Twenty-two Club, :it
her home on South Harper street.
Miss Simpson is quite popular in LaU
rons, having visited hero on n number
of occasioiiK and made numberies
'riends, who hall her visits with (le
Ight. The reception on Wednesday
iifteruoon was n happy event. Miss
Pranks sustaining her enviable repu
tation as hostess. Nations was the
game of the afternoon, alter which a
delicious salad course was sorved by
Miss Franks, assisted by Missis 7.v
lone Gray ami Allcno Franks.
Those present were: Misses Annie
md 101 iza belli Richoy, /clone Gray,
Grace Simmons, .losophlno Fuller, Lu
llo Martin. Kli/.ahcth Shell, .losio and
Daisy Sullivan, Mary Todd, Aurelia
i'unce of Clinton, and Laura Lee Simp
son of 101 borten.
>i i>>s (ililkersoii's I'arlj.
Mrs. Alexander Muskel I Sanders and
Mrs. Samuel 101 UK)re Honey were the
.'nest;; of honor at quite a dainty and
indeed a mos) charming reception on
Friday afternoon, wl en Miss Annie
Gllkerson received a number of her
friends tu meet the two brides, one of
last week ami the other of Thursday
?vening. The occasion was a violet
party, violets being used in all the
locorntions and In the cream and cake
served ns refreshments, Miss Ullk
? rson was assisted in receiving by her
sister. .Miss Julia Cilkerson. am! .Miss
Frances May Tl nines.
The quests Were received ill the
halls and conducted to lllC parlor,
where the- were presented t<> Mrs.
Sanders and .Mis. Roney. After a
pleasant social hour .it cards Nations
refreshments, consisting of cream
and cake and minis, were served, the
? olor scheme hoiug carried out in
Those who had the pleasure of meet
ing Mrs. Sanders and Airs. Roney wore
Ytcsdntues .1. .1. Adams. W. It. Uichoy.
Jr.. it. 15. Copeland, R. !? Clardy, <>.
\v. Leonard of Spartauburg. W. 11
\ndcrson and Joseph T. Johnson of
Spnrtnuhurg, am! Misses Resale Todd.
Dorcas Culnies, 1311a and Resale Roland
Liln Hart. lOniily .m<'hk. Kate Glenn
and NN iiion Royd.
Mrs. II. K. Ur.bi?. Hostess.
Mrs. it. 10. llnbh was iho charming
hostess at a delightful reception Frl
day nfternoon, complimentary to Mrs.
James 13. Mintei of Sednlia, who is this
week the guest <?f Mrs N. 1?. Dall. Mrs.
Rabh's guests were se\ >n young ma
trons of the City, who have come to
Luurciis since her own marriage. They
were delightfully entertained at Na
tions, aller which a delicious ttlnd
course, coffee nud cheese straws were
served. Those present were: Mrs.
lames 13. Mlliler, Mrs N. I!. Dial, Mrs.
A. C. Todd. Mrs. I.amar Smith. Mrs.
.Nlorrlsolt, Mrs. Chas, F. Itankin, and
.Mrs. W. H l>i,l._
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ei-nts in The Ad\ rtisor's Wont-Ad
column will hu 1 ';c (re Cos!)
in advance -Nut lee In glvoii thai aft ?.?
I January 20th, cash In advance will
be required for all advertisements
appearing in tlils coluu 11
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he world. Tills i; proof of it : SllpCl
?Jt'lty. Its 1 111' !. I ac it. ": :'
(dp;. I'ljtlll Kloiir i Ihe pur. ;t ;.|i I
best, call for i! (tad t ikn no oil r kind,
you get more pounds of broad for the
same money, 21-21
Copyright Hour is the flour lo 1
when money is scarce, it will cook
more loaves of bread ihnn oile r flours,
flail for Cop\ rlglll. 2 I 2l
Heard loss Hniioy. Cane Seed ami
l*eas, Got your order In early. M.
IIfowler. Lauren;. fl ('. :!.-h
Wanted -Loan ol ?2.r>i 0.00 011 Lnu?
rons County Real I3i Rile, world $."?.000.
Cnlhoiui Company, Bpartaubtirg, 8.
NVaiilfil \ rood P-teiiogntpher, Can
I make out with sei \ iet i from |l till I.
FergiiFOti A'- Foalherslolie. 2fi II
Wanted Girl* lo Sou Llghi work.
I Afler you l ai n, can make $1.00 per
day or more easy. Rxponaes. paid
1 while learning, Anderson Overall
I Factory, 0. Ii, VanWyek, .Manager,
j Andorson. S 0. :'.f.-2t
"Pretty i.s as pretty does"?with a stove as well i- with the "sweet voting
should be measured?first* by its performance-?second, 1>\ it.- appcaratuv.
buck's Stoves and Ranges have all the advantage - ami conveniences of the
added?and they arc as beautiful as it possible t<? make iIumu,
While It is tlie ''itisidi's" of the stove that realb count?--we should call vour
ornamentation of silvery nickel, "i extra heavy dep >sit, placed away from the li<
nontarnishable, found on ill buck's Stoves and !<..:.;??
Another reason why von should own a buck's. See tln-m and K i us ull vo
Water Well Drillers
Are Honey Makers.
Li ; Wn-ri^ry ',-.- ? ?
Everybody uses water. A drilled
well is the only means of obtaining ;?
pure, cold and unfailing supply. Dug
weih and spring's are simply cojs p ?ols
for collecting disease breeding surface
drainage, 85 nor cent. 01 Typhoid
Fever is contracted from bad water.
A Keystone Drill will penetrate the
bed rock and tap the pure, unfailing
streams bolow. All surface water i-;
securely cased ??IV. A drille I Well
rarely goes dry in the mos! protracted |
drouth. It is safe.
There is more money in a Keystone
Drilling Outfit than in a Threshing
Machine and you Work all the year
round instead of three months ou< <>f
twelve. Machine is the mosl complete
'?n the market and must not be con
founded with cheap and flimsy outers.
Drills a 6-inch holo through any forma
tion to any desired depth at th" rate of
50-foot a day in ordinary formations.
Costs $r,.tn) a day to run in fuel
and labor. Will go anywhere undor Its
own steam and can be set ii|? and put
to work in 30-minutOS.
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