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LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION.
Mr. Pope Irby is spending a few
Mr. Downs Glenn, o fClinton, tt:~ a
visitor in the city Saturday.
Dr. Isadore Schayer spent several
days in the city last' week.
Mr. L. P. Benjamin was a business
visitor In town last Monday.
Mr. S. E. Babb, of Fountain Inn,
was a visitor in the city yesterday.
Mr. T. D. Lake spent several days
In Spartanburg last week on busi
Messrs. Carey and Eugene Mitchell,
of Mountville, were in the city shop
Mrs. Geo. R. Grist has returned to
the city after a pleasant visit to rela
tives in Yorkville.
Mrs. Annie Aikern of Greenwood
was the guest of Mrs. H. K. Aiken
for a few days last week.
Mr. Ton Lake of Wofford college,
came down to attend the Lake-Jones
wedding Thursday evening.
Mrs. W. G. Neville of Clinton has
been spending a few days here with
her daughter, Mirs. John Spratt.
D'r. and Mrs. J. L. Fennell, of Wa
terloo, camte up to the city Friday by
automobile to do some shopping.
Mrs. Annie Sherard, who has been
quite sick for several weeks, is much
improved and is now convalescing.
Mr. Robert Lucas, student of Wof
ford, spent the week-end in the city
with his mother, Mrs. 'Cora C. Lucas.
'fessrs. Roland and Edwin Moseley
spent the week-end here with their
parents, Mr. and Mirs. C. D. Moseley.
Mrs. A. E. Madden is very sick at
the home of her son-in-law, Mr. B.
B. Blakeley, a few miles from the
Miss Grace DuPre, of Spartanburg,
has been spending several days in the
city with Mr. and Mrs. Caries R.
Mr. Earle Owings, of Furman unii
Versity, spent the week-end in the
city with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Miss Rebecca 'Dial, who is attend
ing Converse, has been spending sev
eral days in the city with Mr. and Mirs.
N. B. Dial.
Miss E'iida Sullivan, who is teaching
at Cross Anchor, spent the week-endi
in the city with her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. J1. II. Sullivan.
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The friends of Mr. W. R. McCuen
will regret to learn that he has been
confined to his home on account of
sickness for the past few days.
Mr. J. G. Blakeley, who is attend
ing a business school In Spartanburg,
is visiting at the home of his father,
Mr. B. B. ,Blakeley, a few miles from
the city. He came home because of
the serious illness of his grandmother.
Miss Helen Sullivan, who is attend
ing Converse college, accompanied by
two of her friends, Misses Ruth Sime
mons and Louise Phelps, has been
spending the "spring holidays" with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sulli
"Judge" Geo. P. Woods, of Fountain
Inn, was a visitor in the city yester
day. -Mr. Woods has been suggested
as a candidate for the lower house of
the legislature as a representative of
the lower part of Greenville county,
but so far he has not decided to run.
Mrs. J. R. Little and Miss May Lit
tle went to Augusta Sunday afternoon
to be present at the funeral of their
kinsman, Mr. W. H. Robinson, who
died in a hospital there following an
operation for appendicitis. Mr. Rob
inson was a conductor on the C. & W.
C. railroad and had numerous
friends in this city who were very
much saddened when they heard of
Mr. 'an H. Sherard, of Los Angeles,
Cal., who i? pleasantly remembered
by a large number of friends who
knew himt as a young ,man here about
twenty years ago, is visiting his sis
ter, Mrs. W. I. Gil erson on North
Harper street. This is not to indi
cate, however, that he is an old man
now, but he is not as young as he was
then. Mr. Sherard holds a responsi
ble position with one of the great re
frigerator lines of the west.
Friends were delighted yesterday to
meet Mr. Lamar Ross and his brother
in-law Mr. Boyce E. Wolff, both of
whom had business In the city.
JTaekson (Miss.) tDaily News. Mr.
Wolff is a native Laurens county boy
who is making a name for himself in
the field of scientific agriculture in
Mississippi. He is now managing a
large plantation near Glendale, in that
state. is friends here will be glad
to hear of his success.
Cures Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Cuire.
The worst cases, no matter of how long standing,
are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves
Pain and Ifeals at the same time. 25c, 50c, $1l.00
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SOCIAL AND PI ONAL.
On the evening of the 25th, the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Davidson
Lake, on West. Main street, was the
scene of a most beautiful occasion,
when they gave their daughter, Mary
Moye, in marriage to Mr. Robert Flem
ing Jones, of Laurens. Owing to re
cent bereavement in the family of the
groom, the wedding was a very quiet
affair but was marked in every detail
by an elegant simplicity perfectly In
keeping with the circumstances. The
spacious Lake home is admirably
adapted to entertaining and the low
er floor, snowy in whiteness, was en
suite with no decorations except pot
ted plants and cut flowers.
At the door Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Hammond Caine met the guests, who
were presented by the ushers, Messrs.
James Todd and Thos. D. Lake, Jr.,
to the hostess, tastefully attired in
wistaria crepe meteor with touches of
lace and silver.
At the bugle call of Mendelssohn's
Wedding March, skillfully rendered
by Mrs. Waters Ferguson of Clinton,
R1ev. Ml. .L Lawson, and Rev. Chas. F.
Ilankin entered the parlor, followed
by Misses Rebecca Lake and Claudia
Darlington, each carrying a lighted
candle with an anmful of pink sweet
peas, taking their places beside the
ministers. Next came as maid of
honor the very attractive sister of the
bride, Miss Hetty Lake, wearing an
artistic creation of pink charmeuse
and lace, en traine, having also sweet
peas as her flowers. Then the groom
with his best man, Mr. 1-. Creswell
Fleming, proceeded from a side en
trance and awaited the bride as she
entered from the library, lovingly
leaning on the arm of her father, who
gave her away. The bride is a wo
man of charming personality and was
a vision of lov'diness In her bridal
dress of charmeuse and lace, the mis
ty veil confined by a wreath of orange
blossoms and caught to her train with
the same emblematic flower. To those
who know and love Mary Lake-and
their name is legion-her spotless
wedding robes were not purer in their
whiteness than the beautiful spirit
within her. With an appropriate and
solemn ceremony, Rev. M. L. Lawson.
assisted by Rev. C. F. Rankin, took
this sweet young girl from the home
of her father and made her the wife of
Mir. Robert Fleming Jones.
Immediately after the congratula'
Lions, the bride and groom left for
the home of the groom's mother to
receive her blessing.
)r. and Mrs. W. 1). Ferguson pre
sided in the tastefully arranged din
ing-room where a tempting salad
course was served by Misses Rebecca
Lake, Lucy Vance Darlington and
Virginia llarksdale. Mrs. A. C. Todd
poured coffee from an alcove in the
Mr. and STurs. R. F. Fleming re
ceived in the library where were dis
played the numerous and handsome
liresents, evidences of the love and
esteem in which this popular coup~le
is held. An elaborate wedding recep
tion had been planned, but the mar
riage was very simple, only the near
relatives and several friends being
The bride, the oldest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. D). Lake, is a wvo
man of marked mentality and culture,
greatly admired andl beloved wvherever
she goes. Mr. Jones is prominent in
the social and business life of Lau
rehs, a man of sterling traits of char
acter, and in every way worthy of
the prize he has wvon.
Mr. and Mrs. Jones are at home to
their friends at their attractive home
on Chestnut street.
Miss Will Lou Gray has accepted an
invitation to make an addirea at the
meeting of the Southern Educational
association, which meets in Louisville,
Ky., this month. She will most prob
ab~ly select as her subject some phase
of her work in Laurens county, in
which shte will tell of the progress be0
lag made here. This is a~ver'y great
compliment to Miss (Gray as the asso
elation is composed of nationally
The Southern Writers Club, which
holds annual sessions in dlifferent
southern cities, has invited Mrls. Cora
C. Lucas, of this city, to appear on the|
prograsm at its meeting In Louisville
next week. Mrs. Laucas playedl before
the association at its last meeting in
Richmond and the memory of her ar
tistic work there prompted another
ivitation. This year she wili appear
in a series of McDowell numbers.
The spring examination for teach
ers will be held at the Court House on
Friday, May 1, This will probably be
the last examination before October
and those who expect to qualify for
teaching next session are advised to
take thte examination in M'ay.
James HI. Sullivan,
Co. Snnt. of Ed.
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* PINE BLUFF NEWS. *
Pine Bluff, March 28.-Mr. R. W.
Brown is quite sick with a severe case
of measles. Ills friends hope that he
will soon be up and out again.
Miss Ethel Whiteford is the week
end guest of Miss Turner.
J. D. Boazman returned to his post
in Birmingham after a week's stay
with his parents.
The opening in the millinery line
in our little hometown was well at
tended by the surrounding sections.
Mr. R. S. Griflin was called to Clin
ton on account of the sickness of his
cousin, B. D. Watts. He found Mr.
A little two-year old boy was asked
"What did you go to town (or?" His
answer was "I went to the opening."
Miss Eloise Brown has accepted a
position with Leaman and Carter in
the millinery department.
Mr. Fred Noffz is having some trou
ble in getting his well on account of
a thick layer of rock.
Mr. G. E. Boa'man has been making
some improvements on J. H. Camp
bell's house during the past few weeks.
Misses Gray and Goggans visited
the Pine Bluff school in the past week
and were pleasantly entertained by
our teacher, who seems always willing
to do her share and Is generally at her
Mr. Putnam made his annual trip
in the past week as salesman for the
Mr. W. P. Adair, of our section, is
visiting his (laughter, of Camden.
Dr. W. P. Turner and wife, of Green
A perfect ie
This is to announce I
moved my shop from th
+ Stable to the Minter lot i
" Restaurant. I do all ki:
+ Wood Work, and am a Spy
o I ask my friends to. r
continue to patronize rre
" Laurens, South Carolina
wood, paid his hoinefolks a flying visit
Mr. Gcttis 'Coats, of Newberry, was
the guest of Mr. W. B. Coats' family
Strengthens Weak and Tired Women
"I was under a great strain nursing
a relative through three months' sick
ness," writes Mrs. J. C. Van De Sande,
of Kirkland, 111. and "Electric Bitters
kept mue from breaking down. I will
Me alike want to I
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*IEdwi la & o
Mens to$1.0 Beacn to......
of' Summer $7.5 dte$25
ith Shop "
o the public that I have
e Todd lot near Hick's *
n rear of Ben Madden's +
Ads of Blacksmith and +
scialist on Horse Shoeing. +
emetnber the place and
The Old Reliable.
never be without it." Do you feel
tired and worn out? No appetite and
food won't digest? It isn't the spring
weather. You need Electric Bitters.
Start a month's treatment today; noth
ing better for stomach, liver and kid
neys. The great spring tonic. Relief
or money back. 50c and $1.00, at your
Mr. W. 'C. Mitchell and son, Eugene,
were in the city Saturdoy.
y~ for everybody.
ook their best on
eavats 25cts to 50cts
Shoes ......... $6.00
nolds.......... $4 to $5.00
.................... ..$3 to $4.00
ear is here for