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CROSS HILL NEWS
Cross Hill, S. C, Sept. 21.?The Bap
tist church was the scene of a beauti
ful wedding Wednesday September
18th when the marriage of Miss Rhido
na Owens to Mr. W. A. Johnston of
North, S. C, was solemnized. The
Church was artistically decorated,
many ferns and other pot plnnts be
Miss Fancy Landford of Lanford.
played the bridal chorus as the party
was ushered in by Messrs. W. T. Boyce.
J. B. Pinson, Marvin Anderson and
Joe Carter. The bride and groom
came in together at the right hand
aisle and were met at the altar by
Rev. .1. A. Martin, pastor of the bride,
who performed the ceremony. Miss
Lanford played sweetly and when the
ceremony was over they left the church
by the left hand aisle. After congrat
ulations and good wishes had been ex
tended by their many friends present,
they were driven to the depot where
they took the train for North, their
future home. The bride is a very at
tractive young woman and has many
friends who wish her much happiness.
Quite a large number of friends and
relatives gathered at the depot to see
them off. and they left under a shower
The members of the Highland Home
Baptist church are requested to meet
at their regular place of worship on
next Sunday, 29th inst. at 11 a. in. in
order to make up a small balance
due the orphanage, etc.
Biggest values ever shown in Lau
rens are to be found on our Ten Cent
S. M & E. II. Wilkes & Co.
H. L. Baggoti.
PIHB GB-OY F.
Pine Grove, Sept. 23.?Miss Jinnuie
Stewart, of Fountain Inn, is getting
along nicely with her school at this
place. She is boarding with Mr. Z. R.
Those from around here who joined
the church at Highland Home, this
time were Luther Bramlett, Willie
Knight, Misses Pluiner and Connie
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Wrillis. of Gray
Court, who were married September
11th, spent last Sunday with their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Bramlett.
Mrs. Mamie Putnam, of Greers and
Mrs. Clarence Reid, of Laurens, spent
lnst Tuesday with Mr. Austin Bram
lett aad family.
Mrs. Robert Jones, of Charlotte, N.
C, has returned home after two weeks
stay with her sister, Mrs. A. L. Nash.
Mrs. John Miller and little Minnie
Simpson are some better at this writ
Mr. Carl Bramlett from Laurens,
spent the day with his parents Sunday
Miss Maude Bolt spent Saturday
and Sunday with Miss Plumer Crad
Mrs. Fred Franks and little daught
er are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Paint and "Paint'*.
..Point itself costs $2.10 per gallon?
hut remember that Linseed Oil costs
only $1.00 per gallon, and that "Paint"
ready for use consists of 4 parts Paint
and 3 parts Oil. Consequently it is
plain?that you should buy Paint and
Oil separately?mix them yourself?
and so save ir> cents per gallon. There
fore buy L. & M. Paint (prepared in
seml-pasto form^ mix three quarts of
Oil to each l gallon L. & M. and make
19.? gallons of paint ready for use at
$1.65 a gallon. Call on .1. H. and M.
Ii. Nash. Laurens; .1. W. Copeland Co.,
Tyleisvrtle, Sept. 23.?Rev. B. P.
Mitchell deUvored a very interesting I
sermon at Langston Sunday.
Mr. W. B. Clark, of Greenwood, spent
the week-end with relatives in the
Messrs. Furman Poole and S. O.
Clark were in Laurens Saturday on
Mrs. .1. W. Peterson and daughter.
Mattie Belle, visited relatives In Lau
rens, last Tuesday.
Mr. T. P. Poole and daughter, Grace
were in Laurens shopping last Thurs
Miss Lydle Peterson, Mr. H. K. Os
borne and family, of Spartanburg spent
Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Peterson and family.
Mr. Joe Todd, Mrs. Alice Simpson
and children, of Clinton, visited Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Donnan and family
Mr. Niles Clark, of Clinton, spent
Sunday with Mrs. Mattie Clark and
Mr. Palmer Llnson, of Augusta,
spent several days last week with
Miss Grace Poole and brother. Fur
man, spent Sunday with Misses Lila
and Nonie Clark.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Poole visited
Mrs. Mattie Clark and family Sunday.
Mr. Wallace Ratchford of Carlisle
wa sa visitor In the neighborhood Sut
Mr. \V. P. Patterson of Lanford vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Poole and
family last week.
We have some very unusual values
in Bed Room Suits that we are offer
ing and if you are in need of a suit
it will pay you to see them,
S. M. & E. H. Wllkes & Co.
To pay us a visit in our new store on
the Fall Opening Day this week. Our new
fall goods are ready for your careful in
spection and a cordial invitation is extended
to every one to drop in for a look at our
two doors above i ???.?W%? C C <
!> our old stand. Laurens, o. v^. <
Reign Supreme Here To-morrow!
Follow the crowds to the big store Thursday morning and take a look at the magnificent autumnal offerings
in every department. STYLE and QUALITY are the two words that have been stressed in buying
for this season. Switzer's Mammoth Millinery Opening starts THURSDAY. This
gorgeous event will be worth coming many miles to witness.
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Our Millinery Opening
Thursday, Sept. 26th, 1912
Our Millinery Department is in charge of Miss Irene Worley
Whose expert Millinery knowledge will delight you.
Style Hint^-Prevailing style for this season is the large flat
hat, with heavy underneath trimming
Beginning Thursday morning and continuing through Sat
urday we offer to the ladies of this city and section the most
magnificent Millinery opening ever before conducted by this
store. We have spent many weeks in getting ready tor this
During the above three days you arc cordially invited to
attend this big gorgeous hat show which will exactly portray
to your admiring gaze just what Dame Fashion has i ?creed
for your headgear for this season.
The line embraces the celebrated Gage liR Mode and Oscar
lines of hats as well as many lovely designs turned oul ol our
own work rooms, including everything thai is new m ostrich
fancies*, flowers and all of the new colorings,
As usual we make a specialty of " the besl Shoes.
LAD! BS' SHOES.
Wc have just opened up our fall line of Ladies', Misses
and Children's Shoes. They embrace the newest leathers in
lace and button. Big line of Children's celebrated Wood's
Now on display the new fall lines of French Shoes, all direct
from the manufacturers and bought before tin- big advance
In leather. "We can show you tans, cadet rail", patent and vici,
vals and buttons.
Ladies' Suit Department!
We open the season tomorrow by offering some rare Mall
values in fine ('oat Suits at .... . $25 00
These are the greatest suit values ever before brought to
this city. Examine them for yourselves and you will say the
They embrace the newest fall offerings, all colors and fabrics
and were made specially for this store and to be sohl at, $35.00 ?
your choice tomorrow as an opener for ....... $25 00
Rig lim- of $7.f>0, $10.00, $ir,.00 and $20.00 Suits will l>c
featured for tomorrow. These Suits are all worth more money
than we ask for them tomorrow, but we desire you to visit
this department tomorrow, and as^n inducement wo make yon
these attractive bargains.