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WEDDING AT SIMPSONVILIE.
Mlss Maude llchardson and li. C.
). Boyd United In Marriage.
Simpsonville, June 17.--.Aliss Mlaude
Richards.ion, sister of -lDr. and MLs. L.
L. Richardson was inn tr-ed at their
beautiful home on Somth Main stret,
Wedlnesday afternoon, to Rev. C. D.
Boyd, son of Honl. and Mrs. It. D. Boyd
of Lairens Couity.
To the strains of Mdelissonli's
wedding marcl, sobcaul;ftlly phyed
by llss Kate Culhertson, the doors
were thrown1)1 open alnd the hril I par
ty ial rched Ifi hugi the reception
hall into tile pairlor, which was very
n'eallv te(rated. FiA camI AI li
C'.rie Iichardsol, 'inid of thonr,
and Ars. Natlian Culhertnii. datn.
'lien enine'le h room wilh is br1lothIi-.
(.-., Mir. V')Y Hord, ofI a rn .th o h
(1h0 r :.: 1!f ap ! I~ Cn he b ie o
nlin 1 ari i twr bo lIher, Or. L . L.
ichnid:hon, can" throulh t1e 1.-H
h1"!l. M lh t e t o", 11 rooml %vlf rv
th bri ei. lh
gn eu imd hite wasv : r i. T. i
i mannor. I I u wrn
d ca d ill white, t witted w I IraII
in.,p eroe v y ait (I t he baI ck grIounid ,1
ini front of w I h the I Iilk bridal p.)r1t*y
st ood, was bned wi lovely fen P s I
iaind moss, touched here antd there
with magitollas, garlands of .green and
white suspended from the celling.
tiling in soft folds to the floor, mak
Ing a lively effect. Tihe brido was
ne mlore beautiful than on her
w(dding day. Sihe was becomingly
dressed in a koling-away stit of green
Peigee with hait to watch. She car
r ied a shower ho tiet. of earnations
I( ma ide.n hair ferns. The maid of
hontor was dressed in soft while silk
an,(dI lihe dalme was dressed In a beau
tiful voile dra1ped over ace anud they
bo h carried bo1ctes of carna t ions
The guests were received by Mrs.
L. 1,. hllehardson, .\Mrs. liettIe Rieh
ardson, io lelton, and Mrs. .leslise
1 1ichardson of Simpsonville.
The l)Olliipopuiiity of the hriIde and
groom was manifested by the very
lari'ge number of beautful and use
fill presenits received.
Among those present were 'Mrs. R1.
D. Boyd,- Messrs Herman and Marcus
Boyd of Laurens, Airs. Austin, Miss
Evelyn a nd MI. John Austin of Lau
rens, lMrs. Ilettie Richardson of Hel
toi, Mrh. J. S., Medlock of Barksdale,
Mr. ). C. Iloyd of Greenville and Mi'.
C Q. Mllford of Anderson, besides a
host of relativ~es and fiends fr'omi the
Immediately after the ceremony
the brIde andl gr'ooim (departedl for Sa
lula, N. C. After a week's visit to the
nounitalns they w~ill he at home to
their friends at WVestminster', S. C.
The bride is a v'ery acocmpIlished
young lady andl for five years has been
a suiccessful teacher'. The groom Is
a gradluate of Furman university and
is nlow serving as pastor of S.outh
Union andi Oakway churches near
Westminster. f . ' 3
UJNiVE1IT~'Y (O? SOUTHi CARO0LINA
The University of South Carolina
offers a Teacher's Scholarship to one
young man from each county. Thle
scholarship is worth $100 in money
and exemption from all fees, amount
ing to $168, -sw
T1he examl1A~tlon will be held at the
e6lunty neat FrIday, July 9th, 1915,
General entrance examinatIons will be
hueld at the same time for all ftitiA
dents. -- -
The Univ6raltty bffets 'gret Ahilan
tages. Varied c~je. gf atidy in
sciencee, histWi&. Jag 'aid business.
Wflte at Coc application to
P fkSoth Carolina,
sen Arranged by Manager,
Clinton, June 21.-Expetlt~b "a very
successful season the co~'tia year,
Manager Pryse of thei ~Peiytr
College of South Caiilna .football
team for season oft W1i5,'lias ~arrang
ed a very heavy st'ideile. 'the games
are as follows:
Wlofford at Spairtatr g, October 2.
UJ. of 8. C. at 'Colia. .a, October 9.
Furman- at GreenvIlle, October 15.
Open, Oct'olidr 00.
CItadel at Columbia (State Fair),
Erskino 'att Clinton,Noebr.
Clemson Fresh at Clinton, Nov. 12.
B. M, I, at Greenwoodl, Nov. 20.
, Newberry at Clinton (Tlhanksgiv
ing), Nov.. 25.
The schedutle for next year is heav
in t.iHtn the last year's schiedulo, and
manager Pryse is looking forward to
a very successful season. The foot
ball team only loses two men an(1
next year's lineup should be(1 inuch
stronger than,tie last, although tle
last year's team only lost one game.
Of special interest are the galms
with the University of Solith 'Catoliia
Citadel and Newberry College. The
University of South Carolina game
will bo played at Columbia on Oct. th
and will mnark the first gume of foot
haill bet ~leeti the two iistituttionus. Thi
Cliltoll aggregat ion are couliting onI
having a Very st rolg t':Iuii aIId iIpIe
t( hut tiI a (very 3t.t1 oilposi t jon. AI
(he SItalvii iIr oin O< I)ncobr 271h. \Vd
Iday o" ir fv , thle li4 1 -sy
11,1rian ll eg tenn(0111,i illmeet Ilh. ('I!
:ui10:0.This is '11:;o th fkIre"t til -
I h t ius havI. Ine T
Thanks ilo :m[e Will It,, m
Un i' t f ' errye a v t-.1 Cl intren, a-d
S i~ ( i <> h0 as very inter i i e o .
Tho riutn Totn ha; nov. r I-.alr.
Tk t bh Ol t .dr GROVEwiS
a ro i t f a 1nlui f :ron 1 hmigh"
STELaES al rshONI Vnx year,
Ite od look is very bl, sing i ed.
To Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up The System
Take the Old Standard GROVE'S
TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know
what you are taking, as the formula is
printed on eve!ry label, showing it is
Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form.
The Quinine drives out malaria, the
Iron builds uip the system. 50 cents
1101'1,D (CO313ft-'TE SENTENCl-.
.Iltiforneys for Greelwood 31311n to . isk
('oluminitallon on Groulilds of nsn.
Creen woodfl, . S". 10. lr. C. C.
Fieatlierst one, w ho with .lir. I. L. .Me
Dhwvc'll replsentied Allw it Tolbert,
convicted of nuitdering his wife and
sentenced to the electric chair, will
go to Columhia at an early (late and
make a persoinal a ppieal to Covernor
Manning to commut the sentence to
life imprisonment. Mr. Featherstone
stated this morning that he had given
Tolhert's case' caroful tihought and
he is thoroughly convinced that the
man was of unsound mind when lIe
killed his wife and that lie has made
no improvement since. "I do not be
lieve that Tolbert should be turned
loose on the community," Mr. Feather
stone stated, "but I do think that he
should not pay the death penalty."
Sheriff NIC.\IlIan, at Mr. Feather
stones' request. will write a letter to
Governor .Alanning in which lie will
state that lie too is convinced that
Tolbert is unsound mentally. .\r. Me-c
.\illan says that when Tolbert was
first pllaced in jail he helieved lie was
feigning, but de is confldenit nowv that
the pirisoner is very weak mentally.
The sheriff has come to this conclu
slon since observing Tholbert closely
day after day. --' .
Mr'. Feathieirstone has no interest In
Tolher't's ease excep~t from the stand
point of humanity, ie conducted the
defense after having reecived onily ai
shoirt notice, and madhe a strong fight
for the priisonei's life.
Several petitions have been present
edl to Giovernor' .\anning a$h'ig elemn
ency for' Tolbei't. fd
WHAT BUL ~lIAN EXPECT.
ief'ihoiy Ceded to Roumanla and
arts of 3Iacedonia.
Berlin, via London, JIune 18.-Infor
mation reaching Blinh from Sofia is
that Bullgar ia, in her last communica
tion to the Powers in the matter of
her partielpation In the war, refers to
her ex))e'cti10n, as part of her row~ard,
of the 'testItuttion of territory she cnded
to Rbumania, and of portionsc of Greek
and Serv.ian Niaeeooha.
lg1aria is describea as 'Glethano'frig
percise details as to what she wfll be
givdh, and the unde'tstaading he't'e is
that she is endeaworing *to avoid a
definite answer to the allies, leaving
the way open to fuirthsfadefiticob.
. h'-i tht'dafd 'Grove's Tait6ees
ebill Tonice'is eqgtbily valuable -as a
Gene'al Tonic bechnse it contains' the
wefl (hdsritonic properties of QUININIE
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drive~s
out bialaria, Enriches the Blood sna
Builds iup the Whole System. 50 cents.
Noicee of Election of School Trustees
Pursuant to an Act of th'e Genee'al
Assembly or the state of south Caro
Ilina, a ppr'ovecd the *25th (lay of Febru
ary, 19141 entitled "An Act to Provide
foi' the Election of School Trustees of
Lauwrens Coumity," an election foi' the
purp'~o5e of electing school trusltees
for the various schiool distr'icts of Lau-.
cnns county, S. C.. is hereby ordei'ed
wt 1-2 e U 5
Me'sAtleichit an rwr o , 9ys irh$.0 2 25 o
Kimonas wr $1.50 fo<0:
I~~~~~~ iA 20 'U.,o cuiyApoi(iri~
Onenlotothis seasonsSuiw style Ssrawto
Me;' Hatssldticfort $1.60 $2,$2.50 for 1.~0y~.wrh$.0 2 2i o
One 5cl Be6t in c Ti am d Chek 1.0pideairess n orpesSc10
1Laie Whit Piqeirs 1.0 Oel, 5 ocs5iifr10
S10 ass o .One lot Men's $1.25Shirts1.50oKhaki0
Kimoas ort $150 or .00 The best $1.50 White Spread for 1009
One ot thisseasns nw syle traw 150c quality Fancy Ribbon 3 yds for 1.00
~ Hts oldfor$1.0, 2, 2.5 fo * .7U $1.00 and $1.50 White Skirts (not latest a
On Sc eton ScTi ad n piri~ostyles) 3 for 1
One lot Ladies' Slippers worth $1.50 to j a0
10 arg 1c Twes 100$2.00, sizes 3 to 5 .U
6 lage 2c Toels .00 14 yds. Cheriots in short lengths 1.00
On lt e's$125ad 1.0 hkii~o Three 50c Sheets I,00
One lot $1.00 Shirts with 1.pr. 25c Sus- 1.00
3 ys. 0c res Sik fr 100penders or belt .U
$1.00 off of any $3.00 Roelo~f Hat.
One lot $1.00 Shirts with one 25c Tie 1.00 $1.00 off on any Panama Hat
Wonderful Bargains on our Rem- See the $1 Table of Ladies' Hats
nant counter. Be sure to see this. values $1.50 to $3.50. Choice $1
Come to the Greaf Dollar Day Sale at
No Goods eSpot Cash
TisSe inter Com pany Chargd
"pII I This coupon is good for $Sb00 on any Double number of Tickets given on all
Ladies' Wool or Silk Coat Suit over $10, sales Friday and Saturday.
good only on Friday and Satukrday. $2.00 Due Bills will count for 3000 votes.
to be held on the 8th day of July, A.
D. 1915. The polls at said ee'tion
shall be opened at the school houss
in said district except as hc'eihafter
stated. Three trustees tre tb -be
elected for each school disfidht lb said
county, except as hereinafttr it/ted.
Said election shall be cond4ted as
now provided by law for :gedi'al and
special elections. The following man
ag6rs :are apponited to hol.i said elec
tioti :in the vatioius school'districts:
Lanford No. 10: T. A.'Drummond,
. 11. Moore, -J. A. Fleming.
Litrens No.' 1, Court House, seven
trustees: J. T. Crews, J. Wade Ander
son, C. B. A'dams.
Ora No. 12, five trustees: D. M. 'Mc
Olihto6'k,-j. P. Blakely, T. P. Byrd.
Cross Iil No. 13, seven trustees:
J. Henry Rasor, Conway Dial, R./ D.
Waterlbo No. 1.1, seven trustees:1W.
C. .Wharton, W. H. Culbertson, Rex
lurricane No. 15: P. M1. Pitts, J. F.
Wtitni ire, Jas. L. Siipson.
Mountville No. 16: S. S Farrar, S.
J. Rasor, J. 'M. Goodman.
Sullivan No. 17: If. H1. Maahon, Jas.
E. Roper, R. M. Wasson.
Laitrens No. 1: F. .1. Owings, A. U,
llarksdale, G. A. Fuller.
Laurens No. 2: T. S. Iangston, J,
R. Finley, 0.\ 1. Bfrown.
Laurens No. 3: I, R1. Todd, C. Y
Craddock, Ben W. Hellaimus.
Laurenn No. .1: W. 1P. Brown, Gu.
'La'urens No. 5, Watts Mill Store:
Edd Sorgee, W. T. Senn, W. A. Gar
Laurens No. 0: Victor Weathers, T.
M. Workman, Sam R. Sloan.
Youngs No. 1, Stuart's Store: J.
Marvin Patton, Arthur J. Hughes, A.
Youngs No. 2: Wilkes Wallace, E.
D. Lomas, W. F. Grumbles.
Youngs No. 3: Perry A. Riddle. J.
A. Fowler, S. J. Burns.
Youngs No. 4: P. B. Cooper, W. T.
Stephens, F. J. Bragg.
loungs No. 5: J. 0. Babb, B. G.
Sprouse, M. C. Whittaker.
Youngs No. 6: R. \V. Stewart, 0. C.
Cox, C. E. Burdette.
Youngs No. 7: W. B. Wilkie, Austin
Abercrombie, E. L. Riddle.
Dials No. 1: John Knight, R. J.
Woods, John W. Curry.
Phlus No. 2: Zimri C. Reeves, L.
Conway Armstrong Will S. Adair.
Dials No. 3: C. M.; Wolff, G1. D. Wil
son, 1H. S. Wallace.
Dials No. 4: H. 1. G. Curry, L. A.
Thompson. J. T. Stoddard.
DIalI No. 5: F. D. Bolt, J. Alvin
Curry, J. J. 1Iunter.
Dials No. 6: .1. A. Todd, A. ii. Ow
Ings, W. 11. Unrksdale.
Dials No. 7: J. Itarris Curry, Ar
thur Harris, T. I. Campbell.
Dials No. 8: . . Nash, S. H. Wil.
son, 0. C. Anderson.
Sullivan No. : E. L. Ridgeway, 13
F. Arnold, J. L. Bagwell.
Sullivan No. 2: J. A. Wood, J. A.
Hughes, J. Ii. Henley.
Sullivan No. 3: T. T. Woods, W. 'M.
Pitts, Ernest E. Simpson.
Sullivan No. 7: W. A. Simpson, R.
C. Reeves, J. L. Knight.
Waterloo No. 1: J. L. Martin, J. N.
Odell, W. F. Bolt.
Waterloo No. 2: S. A. Taylor, Q. W.
Sims, Ernest Riser.
Waterloo No. 3: C. C. Caldwell, A.
C. Culbertson, H1. H. Pinson.
Waterloo No. 1: M. L. C. Moore, J.
T. Miller, B. Boyd.
Waterloo No. 5: W. T. McDaniel, 1.
M. Owings, S. E. Williams.
Waterloo No. 6: H1. F. Wheeler, G.
E. Moore, B. M. Cunninghjt.
Waterloo No. 7: F. B. Aoland, G. W.
Culbertson. R. A. Knri t.
Waterloo No 8: T 2. Anderson, 3.
W. Crawford, Joel\ . SmIth.
Cross 11111 No. 1: T. II. Carter, W.
P. Adair, L. W. Reeder.
('ross Hill No. 2: R. V. Boazian,
W. H. Austin, J. F. Griffin.
Cross Hill No. 3: J. N. Hill, .1. 11.
lust, S. A. birowne.
Cross Hlill No. 4: .1. 11. Atchison
.J. V. Ward, S. 1). Jones.
Cross 11111 No. C: T. .1. Cole, G. V.
l.ong, W. W. Campbell.
Hunier No. 1: .. F. Sprousge, R. L.
Young. A. It. llolneas.
Ilunter No. 2: S. 1H. Jones, TI. '
11ty~son, .3. T. Moles.
11nter No. 3: 1I. L. Cun ninghain
T. J. Chandler, J. H. M. Young.
Hunter No. 4: 11. B. Workman, M.
B. Bedenbaugh. C. V. Monroe.
Hunter No. 5: R, P. Adair, E. W.
Ferguson, L. R. Stone.
Hunter No. 6: ii. C. Hunter, (1. T.
Speaks, L. V. Pinson.
Hunter No. 7: W. T. Cannon, M. B.
Chandler, J. A. Crowder.
Hunter No. 8: L. L. Young, J. L.
Crawford, D. D. Dixon.
Jacks No. 1: J. IA Finney, J. E.
Adair,-W. J. Henry.
Jacks No. 2: C. B. Johnson, J. H.
Bonds, T. . Simpson.
Jacks No. 3: P. 11. Copeland, T. P.
Weir, J. H. Bell.
Jacks No. 4: J. W. Riser, .1. M. Hat
ton, L. E. Hatton.
Jacks No. 5: J. B. Philson, W. D.
Glenn, L. P. Prince.
Jacks No. 6: T. W. Dillard, Jno. P.
Dean. M. HT. Setzler.
Seuffletown No. 1: J. L. Chaney, E.
L. Bennett., R. T. Cunningham.
Scul"Ilelown No. 2: G. C. Byrd, It. T.
Trammoll, J, 1. Sanders.
Seuffletown No. :': C. It. Cooper, C.
A. Owens. S. [,. SNxon.
C' 11uflletown No. 4: W. 1). lIyrd, (l .
W. Clardy, It. J. 1)onnonl.
The ninager shal mak their re
ti1rns to the Counly Hoard c' Edina..
tionl for said 'oenny.
BY order of the IICourty 1:nrad o'
E ualn ltion for loan rn ( ):-,:y. .v C..
II., he first dv W .1n111 . )