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SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
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Monday evening Miss Wessle Lee
Dial, of Laurens, who with her sister.
Rebecca, for the past week lias been
a charming visitor in the home of
' apt. j. h. GueBs, was given a recep
tion by Miss Hattio Lee Guess, daugh
ter of ('apt. Guess.
At 9 o'clock the spacious and bril
liant home was thrown open to the
guests, who were met in the recep
tion hall by Miss liessie Reed and Mr.
?las. B. Guess. Jr., and ushered into
the drawing room, where they wore
received and Introduced by Miss
Gu^ss to the guest of honor. Miss
After being served with punch bv
Misses Saddle Guess and Rebecca
DiaJ they were invited out on the
lawn, which presented a lovely scene,
lighted by Japanese lanterns, with a
cosy seat scattered here and there
one to suit the fancy of each partic
Here gaity ruled supreme until the
latter part of the evening, when the
young people were again asked inside,
this time to draw partners for re
freshments. This was carried out
in quite a novel way, cards being pro
vided for both the young men and
the young ladies, attached to the ends
of cords, in different parts of the
house?some in the drawing room,
some in the reception hall, some in
the library and some even extending
to the porch. And as these cords
were wound around promiscuously
the young people had much fun try
ing to unravel the entanglements and
find their partners at the end of the
After this scheme had been carried
out refreshments were served on the
lawn by little Misses Ruth and
Those present were: Misses Ady
Hays and Hlbernla Counts. Bamberg;
Ohiotilde Smith. Williston: Kamille
bice. Fdith Rice, Llvy Rice. Ina Call ff.
Lillian Goolsby. Doris Goolsby. Lyn 11
Goolsby, Lola Folk. Alma Folk. Ella
Barton, Sue Barton, Bessie Reed.
Melle Rood. Annie It. Met/.. Martha
! Hey, Alma Pearson, Boline Innbinct.
Wessie Lee ldal ami Rebecca Dial:
Messrs. .1. I>. Copelnnd, Jr.. F. Carter.
I) M. Haves, Bamberg; Norman
Smith. Williston: Cecil Cruni, Wesley
(.'rum, Malcolm ('rum, K. Mayllold, O.
Still, w. FausL w. a. Salters, .1. B.
Guess. Jr.. I.. Matthews. R. Gillam.
\V. Gillnin. w. Jeiining, R. Golsby, A.
Riley, H. Stcndmnu. .1. Tyler, c. Tyler.
S. 11. Guess, Dr. .1. Boozer. Denmark
Correspondence to Sunday State.
A delightful dance was had at the
armory on Wednesday evening of this
week. Despite the heal the dancers
had a good time ami enjoyed the
Little Miss Mant/.ie Richardson of
1 newood is spending a while with
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. .1. II.
Sullivan. Mr. Richardson was in the
city for a few days last week.
Wednesday afternoon Mrs. W. 10.
Barre entertained a few friends in
honor of Mrs . D. W. Cochrano iind
I er sister. Mrs. W. 10. Philips. Mrs.
Phipps is here fllOIll Greensboro vis
iting Mrs. Cochrnhe, and it was a
pleasure to those Invited to meet her
;.; Mrs. I'.arre's. Mrs. Coo lira 110 has
recent|.V moved from Greensboro to
Complimentary to Miss Agnes Adams
(.i Clinton, Mi s Nell Miller entertain
ed the young Indies Of the Mysterious
Twenty-two club Thursday afternoon.
Miss Adams has numbers of friends
hero, many of whom were delighted
to meet her again this week. Miss
Miller was assisted in receiving and
serving the refreshments, which wili'o
.1 delicious salad course and cream
.-.?id eak<\ by MFs Fat.? Wright. The
, i'.-rnf n was most plenstlitly spent
. ? cards whist being the game.
Miss Miller's guests were: Misses
Agnes Adams. Lailll Mae Dial. Annie
Find Bdnn Sltgrcrivcs. Julia Gilkerson.
Willie Mae Childless. Annie Jamison
Of Altnnta, Reft' Shell, Jessie Scott of
I h scton. On., Annie and HIi'/nbelli
Rlohcy. Joseplltno Sullivan. Josephine
Fuller. Lillian Withers of Charleston.
Kate Wright, Daisy Sullivan, /.clone
Gray. Rosalie Franks. Grace Simmon:
Louise lilcklin of Chester. Mary Kelle
Lab'n and Mrs. S. HS. Honey.
"Wedding bills, cheerily chiming,
And the love notes softly rhyming.
Tell the sweet old story, o'er and o'er;
Same old story, evermore.
Old. y* t ever new .
.Tver JOyoilS. ever true.'"
Among the foremost of all the social
events 111 busy hustling Laurens. noted
((,v it.: many and charming society
events, was the gathering on Thursday
. veiling. July lath, of many friends in
?he home of old-time hospitality, pre
sided over by Mr and Mrs. Frank P.
McGowan, Hie o.-casion beim; the mar
riage W their cousin, Miss Conine
Mnrtlll t" M'v Thomas Linn Frown.
: San Antonio, Texas.
The McGowan home was a scene of
loveliness on this happy occasion. Li
brary, halls and parlor were etisulte,
Hid under the artistic touch (if Mrs.
Robert B. Hell and her sister. Miss Bs
'? lie Pouche, wore transformed Into
,: veritable bower of beauty: there
were palms, ferns and rare cul Mow
ers in profusion, with graceful fos
toonlngs of white.
At the piano the pretty young
daughter of the home presided. Miss
Charlotte McGowan: her dress was a
simple white mull und bice over
green. At the appointed hour from
her t klllful hands sounded the "bugle
? all" of Mendelssohn's wedding march,
accompanied with (he violin by Ml',
?'rank McCraw. a gifted young musi
cian of the city. To the inspiring
sounds of Ibis bewitching melody,
the first to eiltfif was the ring bearer,
lovely 1 f 111<- Miss Posa Kelle McGow
: p. very dainty nnd modest in a suit
of white silk and bice over pink.
Next came ns dame id' honor, the
bride's aunt Mra. Oco. M. Boyd. <-i
Sparlanbttrg. wearing mi elegant sun
n* block voile with a touch of green;
'ben Miss Daisy Sullivan, maid oi
honor, a Vision Of loveliness in a pink
dIU and InCC ROWli of elegant design.
Then followed the handsome ?rooin
in full conventional dress with his
bOBt man. Mr. R. F Plcmlnfl of Lntl
rcna. The bride was a dream oi
beauty as she entered with her loyal
and lovable cousin. .Mrs. F. P. McQow
an, who gave her away. Little Miss
Prances Davis, the petite and charm
ing daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I), a.
Davis, carried the bride's train.
Rev. Geo. M. Boyd. of Spartanburg,
the uncle of the bride, was waiting in
an alcove of the library in front of
the altar. Here, under an elaborate
arch of soft white, with dainty wed
ding bells, the twain stood as the sol
cmn words that made them one were
spoken: there they knelt for the in
vocation that their life might be
crowned with joy and happiness, and
The bride's dress was an artistic
creation of ivory w' it*- satin and rose
point lace: her dainty figure entirely
enveloped in a veil of misty white.
Caught back with a spray of the tra
ditional bridal orange blossom, and a
diamond pin. a family heirloom.
Alter the ceremony the jguestS were
shown into the dining room by Miss
Kstelle Pouche, who was robed in an
elegant gown of black net, spangled
with jet; there they were graciously
received by Misses Irene Kay and Dor
cas Calnies, who wore exquisite even
ing dresses. Ices and cake were
daintily served by .Misses Anna and
Adele Martin and Conine Boyd, sis
ters and cousin of the bride.
The dining room, presided over by
Mrs. Thomas Ray ami Mrs. .1. .1. Pluss.
was very btautiful in green and white.
Prom the chandelier were suspended
clusters of Madonna lilies and from
these dainty white tulle reached to
the table of polished oak. An exquis
ite centre piece of Mexican teneriffe
held a cut glass howl of stepanotls
and fronds of feathery fern. White
candles in crystal Candelabra, with
green shades, shed a softened light
over all. At the punch bowl Misses
Willie Rice and Josephine Puller pre
sided in grace and beauty.
The wedding gifts of cut glass, sil
ver, and band embroidery were un
usually numerous and handsome.
The bride, as Miss Martin, was once
a resident of l.aurens. having spent
her childhood here: her father, the
late Dr. D. 10. Martin, was a member
of one of the old and substantial fam
ilies of the county. She has many
charming graces and excellent quali
ties, all of those loving virtues that
win lifetime friends and make up the
life of a true woman; she is a gradu
ate of the Greenville Female college,
and has many friends over the state.
as w, 1 as here in Lnurens, who re
gret thai she is to make her home in
the far-away "Lone Star State." Mr.
Brown is a substantial business man
I of San Antonio: during the few days
that he has spent in l.aurens he has
won many friends and received much
Mr. and Mrs. Brown left for their
Texas; home on Friday at noon, bear
ing with them the best wishes of their
ninny friends here.
Among the events of the past week,
in honor of the bride-to-be. Miss Cor
rlne Martin, was tin? elegant course
dinner by Mr. and Mrs. It. B. Bell at
Helle Meade, their elegant plantation
home, ott Thursday, and the reception
Wednesday evening by Mrs. W. II.
Martin at her home on West Main
Lunrens People Should Learn to be
ttet the Anproa !: ef Kidne)
The pvmptoms of kidney trouble are
so ? istakahlc thai they lease no
ut .i for doubt. Sick kidneys ox
er a thick, cloudy, offensive urine,
fit of sediment, Irregular of passage
or attended by a scustnion of scalding.
The i.nek nehes constantly, headaches
ml t'i/v> t pells may occur and the vic
tim is often weighed down by a feel
ing of languor and fatigue. Neglect
these warnings and there is danger
of dropsy, height's Disease, or dia
betes. Any one of these symptoms
is warning enough to begin treating
the kidneys tit once. Delay often
Von ? an use no better remedy than
Bonn's Kidney Pills. Here's l.aurens
.1 T. Oriflln, of l.aurens. S. ('.. says:
"Several years ago I was bothered by
a lame and aching back. I heard so
much about Doan's Kidney Pills that
I decided to give them a trial and pro
cured a supply at the Palmetto Drug
Co. 1 began taking them according
to directions and from the results re
ceived I am willing to Join others in
recommending them, as I have no
doubt thai they are a valuable kidney
For sab- by all dealers. Trice f?0
cents. Foster-Milbnrn Co., Ihlffnlo,
X. V.. sob' agents for the ('lilted States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
\o l It V, id F.LKt TIO.V?
state of South Carolina,
Whereas (petit ions signed by more
than one-third of fhe qualified elect
ors and free holders residing in the
Waterloo School District, Waterloo
Township, No. i. Lnurens County,
South Carolina, asking for an elec
tion on the questloti of Levying a Two
c'i Mill Tax upo.t property In said
School District to be used for School
purposes have been tiled with the
County Hoard of Flection, an election
is hereby ordered upon said question,
said election to be held on the ;'. 1st
day of duly, 190ft, at the Center Point
School House, under the management
ot tin Trustees df said school dis
Duly such electors as return real or
personal property for taxation, ami
who exhibit their tax receipts and reg
istration certificates as required in
general elections shall be allowed to
Those favoring the Tax shall vote
a ballot containing the Word "Yes"
written or printed thereon: those
against the Tax shall vote a ballot
containing the word "No" written or
Polls shall open at the hour of 7
o'clock in the forenoon and hcmnln
open until the hour of I in th" after
noun, when they shall be closed and
the ballots counted.
The Trustees shall report the result
of said election to the County Auditor
within t' It daj thereafter.
OFOROE L PITTS.
County s::pt. of Education.
It U86d to bo an awful task to make
ice cream. Did you ever try it ?
To-day you cannot do
I anythingeasier than make
ice cream if you ueo
Stir one package into a quart of
milk and freeze, it?absolutely nothing
olso to do?and you have- two quarts
of d. lieiou? ice cream at a cost of
about ono cent a dish.
2 pitch OB** 25 canto, at Grocer's.
Illustrated Recipe Book Free.
The Gent sec Pure Food Co., I? Roy, N. Y.
1 OK Till. Mil.I. LIBRARY.
Appeal for Help in Starting Librarj
n( the Clinton Mills.
Editor The Advertiser:
A inovi meat has begun towards pro
viding good reading matter for the
people of Clinton mill village. A
need exists which this will meet, and
appreciation will crown the effort.
A good hook is a good missionary,
and who may limit its Influence? Moral
uplift, mental vision, broadening and
rising, spring up as great possibilities.
A cheerful, diverting book may make
a tired man less like a piece of mill
machinery. Is it worth while?
Several ladies In Laurens offered
mo some literature for this mill libra
ry. Dr. Jacobs of the Thornwell
orphanage most kindly bad a pretty
ami substantial book case made in
the orphanage shops, s.i?' presented
it as a home for th< books ol the mill
library. Without this we lould not
go forward. Now we waul Looks.
I will visit Laurens Ihr latter part of
July to receive the ii: ?r: Jure which
any one there may lie prompt d to
give. Any one desiring to give hue
or more good look.. \> (his practical
object \\ill please send name by July
24th to the residence of .'.!??:-. J. .1.
1*1 Ui s. whom I f<>< I su.v will kindly
take charge of im m tin l call for
Mrs. Julia ('. tinker.
Clinton. S. C.
Keep in mind that we can supply
your needs with Jell\ Tumblers.
S. M. & E. II. Wllkes A: Co.
SOCTIIKKN KAIL WAY COMPANY.
(Schedule Effective June 20, 1JI00.)
N. It. These schedule figures show
the lime that trains may be expected
pected to arrive and depart but the
limes shown are not guaranteed.
Last ami West hound trains from
Sparfnnhiirg, S. C.
7:"'? A. M. No. 30, daily, for Char
lotte, Washington, Richmond, New
York and intermediate points. Ar
rive Charlotte I0;n."i A. M. Richmond
11:30 I'. \b. Washington l0:.*ifi I'. m .
New York r.:".o A. m.
iiifitl A. M. N<i. 42, daily except
Sunday, for Charlotte and Intermedi
ate points. Arrive Charlotte 12: I'.
1:1". IV No. LI. daily local, for
Lid u on.! ami Interim dinto points.
Arrive Richmond 7 :Hn A. M.
fij20 I'. S\i No. :..\. daily. (".New
York-Atiahta-New Orleans Limited"!
tor Washington, New York and I he
East. Arrive Washington 0:."?0 A, m .
New York, 1:00 I*. m. Pullman cars,
s: lo I'. .\l. No. in. daily, for Char
lotte and Intermediate points.
?S00 P. m. No. HO, daily, bo- Wash
Ingtou and New York. Pullman cars,
dining cars. Arrive Washington 10:40
A. M., New Vork &:00 P. m.
|0;30 A. m. No. daily, for Asia
vllle and Intermediate points. Arrive
Ashevillc 2:10 P. M.
.".:;:.". I? M No. i::. daily, for Ashe
villc and intermediate points. Arrive
Asheville '.<.\'< I'. M. Parlor-cafe car.
West bound trains from Greenville,
6:f?0 a. m. No. 20, daily, tor Atlan
ta ai d Birmingham. Pullman cars.
(Utting cars. Arrive Atlanta in:""
a. M? arrive Birmingham 1:00 P. m
II:".:. A. m. No.:;:', daily, for At
lanta ami Intermediate points, con
necting at Atlanta for all points west.
Arrive Atlanta :'.:".'. P. m.
1:30 I*. m. No. ::;. daily ("New
York Ailania-N'ew Orleans Limited"!
for Atlanta and New Orleans. Ai
rive Atlanta r?:0rt n. m . New Orleans
7:."??"> iv Pullman sleeping car,
(dub car. observation car and dllllng
Z: P. m. No. l.L. daily loonl, for
Atlant.", and way stations. Arrive
Atlanta S:30 P. m.
1:10 A. m. No. daily, solid
train to New Orleans with pullmnil
cars ami (lining car. Arrive Atlanta
,*i:00 A. M.. New Orleans R;3(l I'. m.
Southbound from Columbia.
ft:.'..'. A. m. No. L".(. daily, for Sa
vannah and Jnckconvllle. Pullman
en i s.
7:.'.:. A. M. No. 12, daily, for Char
leston and intermediate points.
3:f?0 p. M. No. ii. dally, for Char
leston and Way stations.
2:1.'. A. m. No. 10. daily, for Char
leston. Pullman car.
Slimmer excursion tickets now on
For further information. <all on
ticket agents Southern railway, or
J. L. Meek.
A. 0. P. I'. A . Atlanta, (hi.
C. II Ackert.
v. i*. k- 0. m . Washington. D. C.
w. f McGoe.
T. P. a.. Atigtista, c.i.
W. II. Tayloe,
G. i'. A? Washington. 1). C.
Tetter, Salt Rheum and [aema
.\ro .-in c .l by Cltaml>crlatn'k Snh i Oik npj>!tca<
Uon o ueve* Hi, Ilching nn<l hnmtnt ...tiu:.
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Atlanta, Georg in
Via C. N. & L. and S. A. L
TUESDAY, JULY 27
Leave Laurens 7:00 a. m, Tuesday Morning
Arrive Atlanta 4:00 p. m.
FOLLOWING RATES WILL APPLY FROM
POINTS NAMED BELOW:
Goldville = = p:3o a. m. - - $3.oo
Laurens = = 7:oo a. m. - - 3.oo
Ar. Clinton - 10:00 a. m. - - 3.00
Tickets good to return on any regular train until Friday, July 30th, m- <f
elusive, S. A, L., No. .">_", at L2:25 p. m. Children under L2 years half price, 4?
This will be the only Excursion to Atlanta this year, and will be your ^>
only chance to visit the largest city of the South at a low rate. ^
Seperate coaches will be provided for white and colored people. %
If you want to have a good time and a pleasant trip, join this crowd.
J. F. Livingston, J. S. Etchberger,
S. A., C. N. & L. T. P. A., 5. A. L.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
lea ranee z?aie
I Is the Bargain Giving Event of the|
Season at our Store.
| Never have we offered such Bargains as we
5 are giving during this sale. We are selling the
i goods cheap, we must have room for our fall line
I of goods. It will pay } 011 to come and see for
I Come every day of the Sale and secure some
It of the bargains we offer from Day to Day, jour
I money will buy more here than elsewhere.
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Get it at Simmons during the Sale
0. B. Simmons & Son.