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I SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. J
A social event or wide Interest to
many people in this county and other
sections of the state wilt he the mar
riage this evening of Miss Mary Ham
mond Sullivan to Mr. Jdaies F. Davis,
the ceremony to take place at the
home of the bride-elect's parents Dr.
and Mrs. Clifton Jones. The home has
been beautifully decorated for the oc
Cation and the wedding is expected to
?be a very beautiful affair. Both Miss
SulllVan and Mr. Davis are very popu
lar members of the young set in this
city and their marriage this evening
will prove an occasion for much re
joicing and many congratulations,
Wednesday afternoon Miss Mary
Belle Fuller entertained the Forty
two club in honor of Miss Sullivan,
quite a number of friends being pres
ent to enjoy the hospitality of the
hostess and the entertaining games.
During the afternoon delicious rc
^ fresh men ts were served.
Friday afternoon Mrs. 11. Dong
las Gray entertained a large compa
ny of friends at a miscellaneous show
er for Miss Sullivan. Assisting
in receiving and entertaining were:
IMisses Josephine Fuller, Emily Meng,
Rattle Kate Easterby, Harriet Easter
by, Ruth Easterby, Dorothy Hudgens,
Lllla Todd, Mesdames John M. Hud
gens and J. W. Danklin. A delicious
salad- course was served.
[Mrs. L. G, Kalle delightfully enter
tained the Bridge Club Wednesday af
ternoon at her home on West Main
street. During the afternoon a de
lightful salad course was served,
The Fortnightly Club was charming
ly entertained Thursday afternoon by
Mrs. H. Si. Blackwell. After a very
enjoyable hour spent in recreation,
delicious refreshments were served,
INext Wednesady at noon, a very
quiet home wedding ceremony will be
performed when Miss Gladys Huff,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Huff, of
this city, will become the bride of Mr.
11. E. Cartledge. Both of these young
people are well known and highly es
teemed in Laurons and their marriage
Will be an event of great interest,
A marriage which connects two of
the most prominent families of South
'Carolina and about which much so
cial interest Centers, occurred last
evening at 7:30 o'clock, when Miss
Helen Alls ton DuPre, the daughter
of Prof, and Mrs. Daniel AllstOU Du
Pre, became the bride of Mr. Carlos
Roland MoselC.V of Kaurens. A very
beautiful ceremony marked the mar
riage and a lovely sentiment was
.added from the fact thai the cere
mony took place in the Wofford col
lego chapel, with which institution
the bride's father has been connected
for many" years. Careful considera
tion w;is given to the chapel decora
tions, which Consisted entirely of the
bridal white and green, and were ar
ranged with elegant and charming
simplicity. The altar was banked
With palms and ferns ami trailing
vines of sinilax were festooned about
the railing. Quantities of white roses
were used, making an exquisite effect.
Mrs. Warren Du Pro; an aunt of the
bride, presided at the piano and as
the fu st notes of Lohengrin's wedding
inarch sounded, an expectant hush
fell upon the large assemblage of
friends and relatives, who had gath
ered to witness this most important
event in the young people's lives. The
bridal, party entered in the following
order: First, came the ushers, Mr.
Fay SOU X DltPro, Of Columbia, with
Mr. Roland Mosoley, of Laurens; Du
Pre Burnett, With Samuel Holland, of
Charlotte; L, K. Jenkins, with Prof.
Hot ton. Follow ing came the brides
mands and groomsmen, alternating,
down each aisle. Miss Thcodosla
Cant w ell, of Wilmington, X. C, came
first with Mr. Jack Burnett, ol' this
city: Miss Dora Reinheit, with Dr.
Powe, of Laurens; Miss Lillian Hur
ley, with Mr. Robert Owen-, of Clin
ton; Miss Keulall Armstrong, of Balti
more, with Mr. John Todd, of Lau
rens; Miss Kate Kilgo, of Greenwood,
witli Mr. Kyles Glenn, of this city;
Miss ('.race DuPl'O. with Mr. Claibornc
Wntklns. The bridesmaids were sim
ilarly attired in handsome gowns of
pink channelise with over dresses of
While laCO, aiade entraine. ThCJ'
carried arm bouquets of pink Killar
ney roses. Miss Mary Sydnor DuPro,
the maid of honor, immediately pre
ceded the bride. She wore pale green
Vocade Ciharmousp, draped with
?while lace and carried pink Killarney
roses showered with valley Riles, The
bride entered with her father. Pro.'.
DU pre, by whom she was given away
from a coronet of orange blossoms,
an,I met the groom, with his best
man. Mr. Richard Simpson, of Laar?
ens, at the alter. The bride, in her
wedding gown of white satir and
real lace, with veil of tulle, was a
graceful and lovely figure. Hor dress
was made with a long, square thain
and her veil fell in graceful folds
She carried bride roses and lliles of
the valley. The beautiful and im
pressive ring ceremony was perforated
ed by the bride's uncle, Rev. William
Duboae Stevens, of New York. Men
delssohn's wedding march was play
as a recessional.
An informal reception followed at
the Dupre home on College hill, the
quests Includlug the members of the
Wofford College faculty, relatives and
a very few intimate friends,
Mrs. w. ?;'. Clevland, of Greenville;
Mrs. C. B. Waller and Mrs. Mason
Dupre welcomed the guests at the
door. The receiving line was com
posed of members of the bridal party
and the parents of the bride and
groom. Fall blossoms, masses of
greenery and handsome growing
plants converted the home into a
bower of loveliness. Receiving the
miests at the parlor door were Miss
Mamie Russell and Mrs. Joe M. Ev
ans, of Anderson. Mrs. John Russell
and Mrs. M. E.?Waller received in the
library. Mrs. 1.. L. Allen invited the
guests to the dining room . Tho bride's
table was beautiful in its decorations
of white and green, in the center
was a cut frjass vase tilled with white
bride roses and fern. Mrs. Warren
Dupre and Mrs. W. 10. Burnett cut
the cream and were assisted in serv
ing by Misses Dolores Holt., Carrie
Burnett, Elizabeth Mosely, Lula Nel
son Synder, Ellen Clinkscales, Viola
and Helen Russell. Mrs. Henry John
son, of Allendale, and Miss Catherine
Clinkscales also assisted by Miss Mary
Dupre and Miss Anna Dupre. of
Yorkville. A large number of costly
presents, displayed in the nift room,
attested tho popularity of the young
Mr. and Mrs. Mosely left for a
northern wedding trip and on their
return, will be at home to their
friends in Haarens, where the groom
is a successful young business man.
Mrs. Mosely, as Miss Dupre, has
been accorded much admiration, no
girl in her set being more liked and
her departure from Spartanburg will
bo greatly regretted. Besides those
attributes of personal charm, she is
endowed with a bright mentality,
which assures her a happy social ca
reer. She is a graduate of Converse
college and took her M. A. degree in
l'.Mu. The groom is a graduate of
W'olTord College. He is in the insur
ance and real estate business in
Laurens, where he is popular in club
and social circles.
The out-of-town guests included;
Miss Theodooln Cantwcll, Wilmington,
X. C.J Mrs. John Henry Johnson. Al
lendale; Miss Kate Kilgo, Greenwood;
Mrs. Joe m. Evans, Anderson; Mr.
and Mrs. E, C. Holt, Miss Dolores
Holt, of Wilmington, N. ?.; Mr. and
Mrs. F. s. DuPro, of Columbia; Mr.
and Mrs. C. I). Mosely, Miss Elizabeth
Mosely, Rowland Mosely, John Tood,
Dr. Powe, of Laurens; Mr. and Mrs,
James Klllinn, Greenville; Miss Bes
sie Rowland, Mrs. Cora Lucas, of Lau
rens.? Spa it an bu I'g Herald.
The following invitation will bo of
Mrs. William Thomas Matind I'C
puests the honor of your presence at
the marriage of her daughter Annie
Leigh, to Mr. Thomas Milton Taylor,
on Thursday morning, Octoher, six
teenth, nineteen hundred and thir
teen at eight o'clock, Methodist
church. Columbia. Alabama.
Mr. Taylor is well known in this ci
ty and county, lie is a son of Mr. ami
Mrs. J. W. Taylor, of Princeton, and
a brother of Messers. Charlie, Jeff,
Arthur and W. L. Taylor, of this city,
lie is now travllllg representative of
tin1 National Biscuit Campnny, with
headquarters in Ncwbcrry. The bride
elect has been a resident of Colum
bia, S. C? for several years ami is ve
ry poptllary known there.
I LOCAL ANB PERSONAL MRNTION.
iMr. J. M. Gaines, of Greonwood, was
a visitor in Hie city yesterday.
Mr. T. 0. Nelson, of Barksdalo, was
a visitor in the city Saturday,
Mr. J. C, Norman, of Greenwood,
was a visitor in the city Friday.
Mist I.ila Riddle, of Clinton, spent
Sunday in the city with her mother.
Mr. a. J. Trnynlintm, of Ware Shoals,
R. F. I)., was in the city on business
Mr. John C. Davis ami Mr. Watts.
Davis , of 'Clinton, were in the city
Mr. 10d. Hicks arrived in the city
yesterday and will remain here for a
month or two.
Miss Anlo Gllkorson leaves Th?rs
day for Chester, where she will visit
friends for several days.
Mrs, Brooks Swygerl and little Sa
ra Eliza loft Friday for Spartanburg
for a visit of a few days.
Miss Alberta Riddle, who is teach
Ing near Spartanburg. spent the week
BARGAINS OF THE SEASON!
Don't Stop Until You See the GREAT VALUES we are Offering in Fine Furniture,
Stoves, Crockery and Glassware.
Here is one of the best values ever
offered in a genuine quartet -sawed
Oak Dresser, piano polished, golden
oak finish, large French Plate Pattern
Minor, full swell front.
Fine Oak Dressers from $9.50 up.
Only $4.75 for Set.
We offer a wonderful value in
solid Oak Chairs, in fine golden
finish and coblcr scat for only ? |-75
for set of six.
TEN CENT COUNTER
Here we have a large assort
ment of values that you would
have to pay 15 and 25 cents for
at other places. See these Crock
ery, Glass, Tin, Agate, Aluminum
and Doll values at
Only 10 cts.
? ill iiiii" "^E3KES
For this beautiful solid oak Sideboard
large and roomy, finest French Plate
Olnss, best golden oak finish, over 2o
styles and prices to select from.
This Table is another striking example ol
the extraordinary values we offer. Made
of selected quality, solid oak, top is .\.\
inches and w hen extended it measures 6
fed long, large pedestal. Other style
Tables from $5.50 up.
Mere is ;t solid Oak Kockei that is
a very unusual value, the back is
high, the arms arc of bent wood,
scat in coblet leather, large si/c,
fine finish and very comfortable.
Having bought the largest stock of Home Furnishings ever brought to the State, we
are able to offer you more for your money than ever before. You will see
this for yourself if you will visit our store, see the quality
of our goods and the prices we offer.
S. M. & E. H. WILKES & COMPANY
LAURENS, S. C.
end in Hie fity with her mother.
Mrs. .1. .1. Plltss is spending a few
days in Italcigh ami Faycttville, X. C.,
where she will nltond in each place
the marriage of a friend.
Mrs. X. K, Cooper, of Waterloo, pass
ed through the < ity Thursday from
Gray Court whore she had heep visit?
inj; friends ami relatives.
Mr. Mid Mrs. Fleming Smith. \li>s
Fannie Boulwarc, Mr. David lloulwarc
and Mr. Joe Smith spent Sunday in
Waterloo wit|, Mrs. .1. M. Smith.
Messers. T. P. Hunt, W. I'. Hunt. W. |
P. White and Mrs. II. I?, C'ulbortsoil,
of Greenville, spent the ween end in
tlto city as the guests <>i" their s; tor,
Mrs. C. A. Powei and Mr. Power.
Mrs. W. D. Ferguson who, with lit
tle Miss Laura Vnnco Jones, has i? a
spending several months with thai
Loch ridges in Lynchburg, Va., re
turned home Friday accompanied h.V i
Miss Nona Lochrldgo, who win remain
hero for some lime with Mrs. Ferguson
and other relatives.
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M. \. SIMMON'S LIVED MKDICINK
is the liest protection. /H put- tin
liver in sound, healthy (condition and
purifies the stomach and howels.'
Price 25 cents per package. Sohl by
Laurens Drug Co.
For Weakness nnd Loss of Appetite
The Old Standard --en<Tnl strengthening tonic,
CKOVRS TASTIil.HSS chill TONIC, drives Out
Malaria and build* up the ay stem. Atruetoni?
old sure Appetizer. I'or AdllHsandchildren, !
Use Snow Drift/ Lard, bet
ter and cheaper nian hog fat.
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and it can be so easily avoided by taking one of those well-known
and reliable medicines:
King's New Life Pills,
Dodson's Liver Tone,
Simmon's Liver Regulator,
Thedford's Black Draught.
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