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THE WEEKS' EVENTS
ABOUT CROSS HIIJ
Marriage of Miss Atkinson nnd Mi
Doittlnick?Mr. ami Urs. (Guthrie
Cross Hill, March 12.?The weddin
of Miss N'lna Atkinson nnd Mr. Larr
Domlnk-k was a beautiful evenl <
Wednesday evening, taking place !
tbo bride's home la the presence <
a large assemblage of relatives
friends, the Impressive niarriugf. boi
vice being read in the drawing icon
where the decorations wore lavish an
The bride and groom stood be for
aa improvised altar of greenery an
directly beneath a huge white we'J
ding hell to plight their troth.
A beautiful program of organ inu.'.i
was rendered during and precedin
tho ceremony, which was performe
by Hev. Mr. Sheoley, of Cbappells.
A delicious wedding supper wa
served and the decorations in the din
lag room were most, effective an
pleasing. The table which held th
bride's cake was lovely in whito am
yellow, tho centerpiece being a pyra
mid of white narcissus and goldei
The presents were exceedlngl;
numerous and handsome.
The bride, as Miss Nina Atkinson
lias always been 0110 of the most pop
ular and admired young ladles In thli
section, while the groom is a youni
man of much promise and his friend:
who are legion, congratulate him mos
heartily upon having won so charm
lag a young woman for his bride.
Dr. T. .1. Peake spent several days
last week i:? Columbia, on profcsslona
Misse:; Kate Addison and Sara Qol
phin, of Ninety Six were the charm
ing weok-end guests of Cross 1111
Major Joseph T. Ligon, of Green
wood, was the j;ues4. last week of Mr
Thomas H. Carter and family.
Mesdames W. 11. Hagood and T
H. Coleman were over from Green
wood for several days last week ai
guests of Mrs. Marshall A. I.eaman.
Miss Sara Roddey, on of the teach
era in the Waterloo high school puss.-i
through the city Friday en route to bei
home in Rock Hill, for a week-end vis
it to her home people.
Mrs. .1. Y. Matthews Is at home
from a delightful week's visit tc
friends in Newberry.
Mr. .1. Rufus Wllcutt spent yester
day in Waterloo, on business interests
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Mrs. R. Alex Austin upont Tuesda
and Wednesday with her daughter;
Misses Annie and Katie, who are- sti
dents at the Presbyterian college t
South Carolina, Clinton.
Mrs. Joseph Pooro, of Willlamsto
and Mrs. Frank Hrainlett of PrlncetOl
have returned to their respectlv
homes, after an enjoyable visit to thel
sister, Mrs. Mary Robertson and neici
Mrs. Mason A. Hill, on Main strec
Mr. Austin Lennian has accepted
8pl< udid position with Dillard and He
land, of Clinton.
Dr. J. H. Miller is at home from
professional isit to Chester.
Mr. Henry Doyco has returned froii
a brief visit to relatives ia Cllntor
Mr. Lewis Hanna is spending sotn
time in Yorkville.
Miss Rebecca Cralg was the ver;
attractive week-end guest of the fain
ily of Mr. R. Alex Austin.
Mr. Thomas II. Carter spent Satur
day in Laurons.
A charming hospitality was dispen
sed on Thursday by Mr. aad Mrs. Jo
soph A. Guthrie, when they entertain
ed a congenial party of friends a
an elegant *J o'clock Hinner at the!
handsome home on West Main street
Quantities of spring flowers decor
ated the prettily appointed rooms
jardinieres of large, graceful BoStOl
ferns adding the foliage touch.
At a beautiful table in the dinln)
room, of which the centerpiece wai
a huge silver bowl of hyacinths rest
Ing on a silver waiter edged witl
feathery fern, wero seated th youiu
guests who were present. The candh
shades were white and green and tin
delicious menu served carried out tin
chosen color in many particulars.
The occasion was thoroughly in
formal and enjoyable, Mrs. Guthrie
who is a strikingly handsome matron
receiving her guests with her custom
ary grace and cordialty.
% SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
*********** * jji* * *
A wedding of exceptional interest
throughout the Bouth will occur in
Columbia, S. C, on April 5. The bride
Will be Miss Fredree Ansel, daughtei
Of the governor of South Carolina
and the groom will be Dr. George
Hunch of Columbia. The wedding will
occur at the gubernatorial mansion
and will be the social event of the
season in South Carolina. Miss Ansel
is a charming and accomplished girl,
a member of tho A. S. A. fraternity
and will have what is known among
college Kirls as a "trat" wedding; the
attendants and girl friends assisting III
the ceremonies all being "fiat." sis.
ters. Miss Ansel with Miss Junanita
Hewitt, was the guest of Mrs. F. A.
Hull on South Main street last sum
mer, and has many warm friends in
Asheville.?Asheville Gazette News,
The Royal Hungarian Ochestra pleas
ed the audience Monday night by their
beautiful interpretations of classical
and popular music. An appreciative
audience was at the city opera house
to hear them. After the concert an
Impromptu dance was gotten up
by some of the young men, and about
fifteen couples enjoyed dancing at the
armory. The Hungarian Orchestra
was engaged for tho music.
The Henry Laurens chapter of D,
A. R. met Friday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. C. C. Featherstone. Oil
account of the inclement weather and
the absence from town of sereral mom
bora the number of those present wa
not so bur,'- as the usual meeting
Mrs. Fcatheratone read an Interest
lug paper of "Green's Campaign in th
South." A matter of interest dlsciiBSO'
by the chapter was that of contrlutut
lng to the fund which the Daughter
aro trying to raise to preserve th
home of Francis Scott Key, the autlio
of the "Star Spangled Manner." It wa
decided that the chapter contrlbtlt
to tliis fund. Mrs. Carrol Miller wa
received into the chapter as a nc\
member, and Miss Elizabeth Guonzen
of Wisconsin was a visitor for the uf
ternoon. Mrs. Fentherstone serve
a tempting tea after the business horn
Miss Daisy Sullivan entertained th
Mysterious Twenty Two club at he
home Wednesday afternoon. The clu
enjoyed a progressive game of nation:
After the game a dainty salad cours
was served. Among the visiting g:!rl
present were Miss Elizabeth Quenzen
of Wisconsin, who is the charmln.
guest of Miss Joste Sullivan. Mis
Helen Crisp and Miss Gladys llu!
were also visitors at the club,
Mr. and Mrs. N. Ii. Dial entertxlnc
a few friends at dinner Tuesday even
Mr. Sam N. Vance surprised hi
many friends here Sunday by t?o!r.|
married to Miss Pearl Uyke, of Cen
tral. S. C. The wedding took plac
at Liberty, S. C, the young coup!
driving over to Liberty from Central
Mr. and Mrs. Vance returned to Green
wood Sunday night and are now board
lug at Rlley's Hotel. Mr. Vance I:
originally from Laurens, but has beei
here for several weeks, being draughts
man for Cothran & Cothran. YVhib
Mr. Vance has been here only a shor
while, he has made a host of friendi
Mrs. Vance, as Miss Pearl Ryke. is :
daughter of a large contractor am
builder at Central and she is ver:
popular In her home and BUrroundinj
counties. This young couple have tin
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Of WATCH. CLOCK and JEWELRY
Repairing at Moderate Prices, and
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KINGS, NECK-CHAINS, LOCKETS,
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Next to Hotel, Laurens, S. ('.
How about your hides? Are you satisfied with the present prices you are
receiving? THE CLINTON HIDE AND SKIN CO.. established and managed
by a practlnl tanner and hide man, Mr. 8. M. Watson, who has had 11, S. wide
experience in manufacturing leather and dealing in hides, is now open to the
public and will welcome any and all communications in this line. Von can
ship your hides by freight or express and get your money by the next mall
satisfaction guaranteed always or goods refunded. Try us, we pay the
freight and expreBS. Write for shipping tans and priees.
This week wo will pay tho following prices: ?
Qreen hides, per lb.7 % to 8c
Green salt hides, per lb.S'/j to 9c
Dry salt hides, per lb.1 0 to 14c
Dry (lint hides, per lb.10 to 15c
Try us once and It will mean a continuance of business.
THE CLINTON HIDE <& SKIN CO.
CLINTON. S. C.
MISS LYDA lU'DD ANNOUNCES II KU
SPRING MILLINERY OPENING
MARCH 18TII AND 19TII
CROSS HILL, S. C.
YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO CALL AND SEE HER
BEAUTIFUL DISPLAY OF THE SEASON'S LATEST CREATIONS
IN SPRING MILLINERY, NOVELTIES AND NOTIONS.
MISS RUDD IS ASSISTED BY MISSES ANDKRSON AND
LILLY MA10 RUDD, WHO WILL TAKE PLEASURE IN SHOW INC
congratulations and best wishes o
many friends here.?Greenwood Cor
News and Courier.
OUR SPECIAL NOTICES.
Wanted?At once ten bead of heifer:
about a year old. Also 2G White Leg
horn pullets of young ben.;. J. S
.Machen, Laurens, S. ('. 33-2
Fashion Note.?"Opening Day" visit
ors are cordially invited to include OUI
store in their calls. J. C. Shell & Co.
Laurens, S. C. 33-1
Cow Wanted?I wish to buy a goo<
cow. fresh in milk. C. 1). Moseley
at Moseley & Roland's Hardware store
Larueus, S. C. 33-1
For SalO? Improved Marlboro proll
fie and the Early Yellow Dent sect
corn; $2.00 bushel, or $1.75 in lots o
5 bushels. W. C. Y/harton, Waterloo
S. C. 3
For Hent.?The Musgrove building!
and barns have been put in good order
Connected with it is a two-horse farm
Any party desiring to rent the sanu
will please confer with Mr. G. C
Young, Clinton, S. C. 41
The k t I'd y 111r Dairy and Stock farn
has select, Toole and King cot
ton seed for sale. Apply to W. D
Hyrd & Son, Laurens, R. F. D. No. 3
Par-n-slt-clde cures Itch in 20 min
utes. Price f>0 cents, sold by Young's
Pharmacy, Clinton; The Miller Co.
Cross Hill; Laurens Drug Co., Laurens
For Kent?Prick store room in Mason
ic Hall, opposite Red Iron Racket and
formerly occpied by them. Terms
reasonable, Apply .1. S. Hunter, Lau
rens, S. C. 31-51
Card of Thanks.
We take this method of thanking the
Laurens Fire company for its good
work Friday night in putting out the
lire In our woodyard.
.1. w. & r. m. Eichelberger.
We are now showing plain and fancy
Flower Pots in all sizes. Prices from
5 cts up.
o. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
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0xhtx gout- Caster &tg
early if you don't want to be disap
pointed in your drive. Large as is the
equipment of this livery stable we
shall be overtaxed to supply the de
mand for Easter outfits. So order
early so you won't be among the dis
appointed ones. Special rates for
church calls Easter morning. Better
put your namo down for one.
Cljiforeas; & Ctnl?tess
'PHONE 2a LAU RENS, S. C.
On im: to tlic fact tliut we are soon to install a modern bakery,
puttiug in a new oven and the latest labor saving bread making
machinery, which will make our bakery one of the finest in the
stale. To do (his WO must sell good to get the room, so for the
next 30 days uc will make especially attractive prices on most of
our stock of groceries. We ask that you call and price our grocer
ies and sec just how cheap wo have marked them. All our grocer
ies are fresh and guaranteed
J. S. BENNETT
LAU RENS. S. C.
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We can furnish you with
the Best Building flaterial
to be had anywhere. We
handle First-class Lumber,
Sash; Doors, Blinds, Lime,
Brick and Cement.
Shop work of all kinds.
Window and Door Frames
ready made for any size
openings a specialty.
Our reputation has been
built upon supplying honest
goods only and having the
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LAURENS, S. C. ?