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SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. |
The marriage Wednesday evening, of
Miss Grace Simmons, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Simmons, of this
city, to Mr. John Edward Hart, n na
tive of this city^, but now a resident of
Oklahoma City, though a quiet home
affair, was of state-wide interest, both
the happy young couple and their
parents being extensively and favor
ably known In many parts of South
Carolina. The wedding took place
at "the home of the bride's parents at
eight o'clock, the Rev. L. P. McGee,
pastor of the First Methodist church,
officiating. The bride descended
from the upper floor of the beautiful
ly decorated home on the arm of her
father, who presented her to the
groom who had come in with his
groomsman. Mr. Gus Hart. Miss Ethel
Simmons, a sister of the bride, was
maid of honor. While the ^ ? Iding
party marched in and while the cer
emony was being performed, Miss
liloiraa Morse played softly a number
oT beautiful selections. Immediately
following the wedding ceremony a
beautiful- reception was held to which
a large number of the friends and
relatives of the two young people had
been invited and during the evening
delightful refreshments were served
Mr. and Mrs. Hart left Thursday
morning for Oklahoma City, where
they will make their future home.
Misses Annie Belle and Hess Child
ren entertained a large number of
the younger set at their home on
Main street Thursday evening In hon
or of Misses Rettie Jones and Helen
Blackmail of Fountain Inn. After the
guests had been introduced to the
visiting young ladies they were usher
ed :o the punch bowl, where Miss
.1 ulia Childless served refreshing fruit
punch. From here the guests stroll
ed around the piazza and lawn until
euch was given a card, the young
men's card having states written on
them and the young ladies having the
corresponding capitals. The couples
wo e thus paired off for a while, af
ter which at short intervals each
cot 'le was changed so that each
young man was given the privilege
of being entertained by a number of
young ladies. Delightful refresh
ments of Ice cream and cake were
served and shortly after this. the
hour growing late, the young people
dispersed to their homes.
Wednesday morning at nine o'clock
Miis Nora Taylor and Mr. T. Lane
Monroe, of this city, were united In
marriage at the home of the pride's
pj-^nts, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Taylor,
of Princeton, this county. The cere
mony wa3 pertormed by the Rev. R.
l.iee, only a few Intimate friends
anc. relatives being present. Follow
ing the ceremony the couple left for
a Iridal trip, after which they will
rt(.:rn to this city to make their homo,
'?n Wednesday evening at seven
thirty o'clock the marriage of Miss
Loia Goggans, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John C. Goggans. and Mr. L.
George Halle of Laurens was solemn
ized at the Lutheran church of the Re;
Despite the inclement weather, tin
al party arrived at the appointed
tm.e. Proceeding thol.* entrance Miss
Pauline Glider rendered In an effective
mi finer 'Love's Solace." As these
w ? ds closed the bridal party entered
|.o the si rains of Lohengrin's Bridal
CbOl'US, played by Miss Ma/.i > Momln
nlck. The little gale-openers, Misses
i . ilino Tnrront, Boyd Wheeler, Mary
Alice and Gladys Suher, came to meet
Mio party at the gate and held these
r?pen until after the ceremony. Tho
party came down both aisles and
Crossed In front of the Chanel, the
maids and groomsmen taking their
: ?es within the chanel, whore the
beautiful arch, decorated with ferns,
pti ms, tulle and wedding bells, form
< an effective background. The ma
trons and maid of honor preceded the
bride, who came in on the arm of her
ithor and met the groom at the altar.
The personnel of the bridal party
?:.s as follows: Misses Ruby and
bva GoggOIlS, Lucy Hill Henry of Ab?
b< rille, Pauline Glider, Sadlo Gog
gans; Mesdames J. W. Crosland of
BennettSVllle and J. L. Goggans of
Dallas, Texas; Messrs. T. I. Swygert,
W. G. Lancaster, R. A. Habb. of
U.urens; H, G. Goggans of Newberry
and Blsmark Balle of Philadelphia.
The ceremony, which was more 1m
prosslve, perhaps, because of its sim
plicity, was performed by Rev. Kwd.
Pulenwlder. At the close of this the
party wended Its way out to the
strains of Mendelssohn's Wedding
March. The picture of tho brido and
groom as they left tho church was
one long to be remembered. Seldom
do we see such radiant happings, and
r&roly so perfect a bride.
Following the ceremony a recep
tion was held at tho home of the
bride's parents on Bast Main street.
Shortly before nine o'clock tho
bride donned a traveling suit of na
tural., colored pongee with hat, shoes
and gloves to harmonlzo. The happy
oair left for Ashevllle, and will spend
about two weeks In the mountains
before going to their new home In
Miss Goggans is the second daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Goggans. She
was reared In Newborry, where her
lovablo and unselfish disposition has
won for her many friends, ^who re
gret to see her leave.
Mr. L. G. Balle, Jr., Is the assistant
cashier of the Enterprise bank of
Laurens. Mr. Balle is an example of
the highest type of Southern manhood
and has a large circle of friends.
The hundreds of handsome glft3
from Newberry. Laurens and many
other places attest the popularity of
these young people.
Among the out-of-town guests were:
Mrs. Lewis Meng, Miss Emmie Meng.
Miss Bernice Meng, Mrs. M. E. Hall,
Mrs. R. W. Willis, Laurens; W. L.
Glaze, Orangeburg; Mr. and Mrs.
J. L. Long. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gog
gans. Dallas, Texas; Mr. and Mrs.
R. T. Long, Anderson.?Newberry Ob
After an interesting ride from
Granltevllle, via Laurens, in two
Cliahnor.s cars an automobile party,
consisting of Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Owens and family of Laurens, Rev.
and Mrs. Graves L. Knight and
daughter, of Granltevllle and Mr.
.lohn P. Hughes, of Fountain Inn, ar
rived in the city today about noon en
route to spend the day at Chick
Mr. Owens is one of the leading
business men of Laurens and is a fre
quent visitor in Greenville. He has
many friends here.
Rev. Mr. Knight is the superinten
dent of the Graniteville schools in
Alken county. These shools are well
known all over the country. Not only
lo they offer the regular high school
course, but they also have a large
number of trade courses. Mr. Knight
states that a number of young la-Ues
that have graduated from his school
have entered the local colleges, and
at all times they have gone in the So
phomore classes.?Greenville Pied
Wednesday night last. Mr. Homer
P. Wheeler and Miss Mary Madden,
both of Cold Point, drove to Cross Hill
and were married by a minister of
that town. Owing to parental objec
tion Miss Madden clandestinly left
her home late Wednesday night, after
kissing her little sisters and brothers
good-night, and Joined her lover and
party of friends who were in waiting a
few hundred yards from the Madden
residence. They at once proceeded in
bugfdes across the country, Moss Hill
being their intended Gretna Green.
Mr. Wheeler is a native of the Dyson
section of Greenwood County and has
been located at Cold Point for sev
eral years' Engaged In merchandizing,
acting as depot agent and, until the
office- was discontinued a few months
ago, he was postmaster.
Mr. A. Preston Williams and Miss
Mattie Hamilton, well known young
people of the Union church section,
were married Thursday afternoon by
the Rev. J. O. Martin at bis residence,
near Mount Olive. Mr. Williams is a
son of Mrs. Nettie Williams and is a
progressive young farmer of the conn
ty. while his bride is the beautiful
daughter of Mr. John Hamilton.
F, SOU pod With His Life.
"Twtnty-ono years ago" I faced an
awful death," writes II, B. Martin.
Port llarreison, s. c. "Doctors said I
had consumption ami the dondful
COUgll I bad looked like it. sure enough
I tried everything, I could hear ol\
for my cough, ?and was under the
treatment of the liest doctor in George
town'! S. ('. for a year, but could get
no relief. A friend advised me to try
Dr. King's New Discovery. I did so,
and was completely cured. 1 feel that
I owe my lift* to this great throat and
lung cure." Its positively guaranteed
for coughs, colds, and all bronchial af
fections. 60c and $1.00, trial bottle
free al Laurens Di ng Co, and Palmet
to Drug Co.
No Sign of Violence.
As rumors still continued to lie cir
culated last week that the negro. Way
man Hunter, who died on tin; chain
gang, bad come to his death by vio
lence, a reporter for The Advertiser
approached Dr Ferguson about the
matter. Dr. Ferguson with Dr. Dial,
examined the negro Sunday morning
at ?!)? reimst of Die relatives of the
h-ad Mian. Dr. Ferguson said that
they stripped him, and examined him
e-.rcfM'ly at-d lound absolutely no ex
(ernftl manifestations of violence of
any kind As rumors said that the
negro's neck had been broken they
took special pains to see If there was
any foundation for It and found there
was absolutely none. Nothing unus
ual was found at all to give rise to
a belief that any violence bad been
Parson's Poem A Gem.
From Rev. H. Stubenvoll, Allison,
la., In praise of Dr. King's New Life
"They're such a health necessity.
In every homo these pills should be.
If other kinds you've tried n vain,
USE DR. KINO'S
And be well again. Only 25c at Lau
rens Drug Co. and Palmetto Drug Co.
No Ciootls Charged to Any
one at Mill End Prices
Everthing Sold During the
Sale for Spot Cash
We are making a Clean Sweep of everything in Summer Merchandise, and if
High class Merchandise at Genuine Bargain Prices is what will interest you,
you should come and see what we are offering before we close the Greatest Value
Mill End Sale
the people have ever witnessed. In every Department of our store you will find
something to interest you. You will find values that can't be equaled.
ALL SIMMER SU IS MUST BE SOLI).
A clean sweep of everything In Men's Clothing. Regular prices
$12.00 to $30.00 now.$7.Iii to $19.99
Big lot Of Men's odd pants regular price $3.00 to $10.00. Now
.#2.89 to #7.1?
All 20c Underwear.19e and 21c
All r?0c underwear.89c and 42c
All $1.00 Neg. Shirts.79c and 89c
All $1.50 Neg. Shirts.#1.0? and #1.29
All $2.00 Neg. Shirts.#1.49
Hundreds of tilings In all the summer necessities that we have
not room to mention will he specially reduced to suite your price.
EXTRA SPECIAL VALUES IN LADIES WAISTS.
Von will find the greatest values that you have ever Been in line
lawn and lingerie waists.
Waist worth at regular prices 69c to Ii.00, Mill Bud price 19c to #2.19
All Ladies Skirts will ho sold. You will find the best values that
you have even witnessed. Skirts worth from $f?.0() to $10.00.
Mill Und Price.#3.99 to #7.11?
Big lot of children's wash dresses, .lust the thing for school dress.
Regular price 50c to $1.50. Mill End price.39c to #1.19
Extra values in white I-owns. Musline, Madras, Percals, Ging
hams and Silks.
All Laces and Embroideries specially reduced.
If anything enters your mind that you will want for Summer don't stop until
you reach our Genuine Bargain-Giving Mill End Sale that is now going on.
OUT FIT FERS FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
KABl'N NEWS. *
.Mrs. Rebecca Owens visited Mr. and
Mrs. Broadlo Owens In Eden commun<
ity last Monday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Thad Moon- of M-tint
vllle spent Sunday with their parents
Mr and Mrs James Roper.
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Mahori of Kden
visited Mr. William Mahon and fam
Misses Lucilo and Lizzie Smith of
Greenville are visiting Miss Ada Nash
Miss Mae Babb spent last week with
ber grandmother, Mrs. Nancy Owens.
Messrs. Laurens and Claud Mahon
were in Laurens Thursday.
Mrs. Rebecca Owens visited Mrs.
Emily Woods in Eden community
Thursday, and Mrs. Nancy Owens
Mr. Carl Wharton and little son,
William, and Mr. Wlnn, all of Water
loo visited Mr. T. P. Habb Sunday.
Messrs. Clinton Babh, and Dave Ma
haffey of Fountain Inn were at Rabun
Mr. Glonn Aborcromblo purchased
an automobile last wcok,
Miss Efllo Roper of Lnurons is vis
iting Miss Mao Ropor.
Mr. Solomon Mahn ff oy of Ed on com
munity spent Sunday night with Mr.
Mr. T. V. Babh was in I.aureus Mon
day on business.
Buck!en's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve In The World.
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LH AHN AUTOMOBILE BUSINESS.
Take ii thirty anys Practical course
in our IVCll equipped Machine Shops
anil lonrn the. Automobile business,
and accept good positions. ('IIAIt
LOTTE AUTO SCIIOo?. ( harlot to, PL
FIX IL SETTLEMENT.
Take notice that on the 28th (lay of
July, I will render a final account
of my acts and doings as Administra
trix of the estate of Janu-s Irwin, de
ceased, in the office of the Judge of
Probate of Lauren a county, at 11
o'clock, a. m., and on the same day
will apply for a Qnal discharge from
my trust as Administratrix.
Any person indebted to said estate
are notified and required to make pay
ment on that date: and all persons
having claims against said estate will
present them on or before said date,
duly proven or be forever barred.
June 28, 1911.-1 mo.
Dr. Geo. N. Bunch
Gray Court. S. C7 ,
Phone 23 Hours 6 to 9
DR. CLIFTON JONES
Office In Simmons Building
Phone: Office No. 86; Residence 219.
When yoa fed^SSSSSi\i
vous, tired, worried or despondent it is a
sure si^n you need MOTTS NERVERINE
PILLS. They renew tho normal vigor and
make life worth living. Pe inn and ask for
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I-siirens, S. C
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, S. C.