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Varied Uses for Wide Ribbons
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Besides playing an important part frill at the bottom ad top of the bon
In spring millinery and new lingerie, net. Ater tho length of ribbon is
ribbons, in obedience to fashion's call, shirred the ends are sewed together at
are making the most of an extended the right side. The crown is a scant
-field of usefulness. Wide and nar- puff made of an oval-shaped pieco of
row ribbons share honors equally ine the ribbon sewed in at the upper row
great variety of uses to which they of shirring,
aro put. The narrower widths are fea- Per the rosettes the ribbon is cut
tured on street and sport oats for a ong the (enter lengthwise. Each of
spring, while wider ribbons appear in tle two piecs is douled along tho
high bows and ruches on dressier mil- (citer and lie edges brought together.
linery. ''ley give the desired tall ef. TIt cv are gathered on a strong thrend,
fects and are wired and paiited and and this is pulled up to form the
ruflled and draped inl no end of rosette. Ono is placed at (acl sido
clover ways. to finish the bOnnet, wiich does not
Tho narrower ribbons on street and require liing.
outing hats are placed in prim1, neat d
effects, and entire shapes are covered
In beacoh pillows and bags, in bor
ders and other embellishments, on par
asols, ribbons shino down their rival Small Hats.
decorations. There is no part of the The spreading wings of the aero
apparel of women and girls that does plane must have been the motif for a
not borrow of their beauty this sea- smart little close-fitting hat seen a
peon. short while ago. Its dark velvet brim
Among the prettiest items that are was offset with a light-colored
made of wide ribbons, bonnets for the stitched crown, which was finished on
little miss of four or more years are a point and lapped over the front in
Calculated to captivate both her and envelope fashion. The spreading
her mother, It is a simple matter to wings were of a vivid red, which gave
M1ke them, and plain soft satin rib- a snappy appearance to the hat.
bons are used for the bonnets and for - --
the flowers or rosettes that trim High Neck Ruffles.
them. High plaited neck ruffles of tulle are
' The bonnet shown in the picture is worn by stylish vomen at the theater.
made of light pink ribbon. Three Usually they formi alge tulle butt,.
shirrings over small cable cord shape fly bow at the back of the neck and
it to the head. The ribbon is gathered a-e fastened to the neck of the thea
quite full over rmhe cord, forming a ter wrap.
A REVIEW OF
Best Spring Styles
At H. TERRY'S
The fashion world has arrived here,
a big world but only the choicest selections K f;
have been gathered. You may view here
that which is "best," that which is most
alluring and that which is most reasonable
On Thursday of this week special opportunities
will be offered you to make a careful inspec
tion of our many articles. Don't buy, just look.
Variety is the Keynote Among the Middy Blouses.
New Suits That We will show "Iitt2? l wile 2h; ble til([ Onlntca, plars
for Women and Misses. t .............50
Th c i';'i"'ts fo "d wote ,n(1 i";e't"te;r"shoig Bargains in White Goods.
I'm- pr ~esent. 11a;1} (listintie and lonigi1 etur es 'H ~VieGos
that hnn not but charm those who view theni. The styles that i w ale Mercerizwe Skirtiig, for suits and skirts, worth
have rc v i Dame Fashion's stantip of approval are so varied 755 a yard .... .... .... . .. . 49
that one is far from being restricted as to choice, as the new Ranie Skirting, worth 25e a yard, at .... .... .... .. .17
Norfolk and 1short effects give the widest, latitude for exercis- 40-mech White Organdy -- -- .. . .... ... .. .. .25
ing personal preferences. 40-inch White Voile, per yard -- -- ... . . . .15
'TA I LORE) SUITS $4.95 to $18.50 40-iiei Voile Crepe, at ,per yard .... .... .... .... .121-2
Towels. Colored Wash Fabrics.
1110 dozen Cotton Iuk Towels .inst, received. Ireneh \'oiles, 40 inches wide, in all the newest striped,
1 0, (1 red'1 Cot a nd w ie b ord er, wo t xt $ P V1.20, for1-aid and floral ell'eets, at, yard .... .... . .25 and .35
d nt 1 x.6 red and white ..o.de., w.o.. $1.20, er inghans, in all the newest patterns; worth .12 1-2c a
I lot x:l..., rd . . and. white . borr... worth $1.5. , special yard, .at .... ''' '-- -.. - .... .... ..... .10
at pr dzn...- ----..... .......................1.25 I)ress (Ginghams, worth 12 1-2e a yard, at . 10
1 lot 20x42, miade of best. cotton hiek, wo'rth $1.80, special
Irie e ( ....................... .1.50 Wool Dress Goods.
('ream Serges with ilack pin-stripes; worth 75e a yard;
Lawl at .......l......s.<;,:..-..50
1-n .ivy t \i\d l ra e tad Stto ri i Merges ain hes wide
1...., - . a . 1 ,v g5
10 pi.-.s Paide of. the \\et Inidiatl~ I~i - ~ un o t I wideof dgenen itmi I-liseh .to, >
New Models in Nightgowns
ma e-p.1h a e a 3t n .
pir lies, with wa, n l of alter
naig os of va inrlo aw em
briee or n i insrtins. Th
w ith 1.:he, waists. , .;1':;1 l' u1s i
in >l~ i cli v 0 1 I ;,( -. ; 1:.- I lo ~' . 3~,,1 71 t1,1 !' rit is 11( Il
Inlil I Ulf' wflV (txche. that tae n
inn le-uI). '!L-, a r 13133 11?u ~1 -I iii MI( F is :;1t, 133 to) 11))' walstl by i110313a9
Piro lileS, with W k Il33314 of 7115"x of' ( a. harro b33 indu (of organdi(o1( e11
Dat ing ro3ws (of %:11 and33 em- 1331 'lI 3io'ry aiuud its fullncag diisposedi 11)
broid ion orga tck insertous. fth gaters isted of eek,. The liners Ill
skirts are otf.icnt usoo, and i hoth tho IlW waist ru11n on 1 +ss of 71 diagonal and
t uotels, the s tleves are ade ill one the sleeves are adilrshee wit a frill
wit the waits. niade of the embroidered organdie
In the gown at the left the nainsook edlged( with a narrow vat edlging like
ts laid in fine tucks In groups of three, tha1t about the V-shaped neck. In
and a sufficient number of groups to bo0th gowns the necks have sliortoi
take tip the width of the skirt and re- openings at the back of the neck than
duce it to that of the waist. 'lhle vat at the front.
and organdeo embroidery are sewed These aro Inexpensive and dainty
together along the tiniest of hems at iodek in simply-made lacy garments
the edges of the embroidery, and in that make one marvel at the heauty
the gowns pictured this work is (lone of the fine weaves of cotton.
on the sewing machine. The effect is
good, but even better when the val
is whipped by hand to the smallest of
rolled hems along the edges of the
embroidery. The lace and embroid- Furs Again!
ery are to be sewed together in a It is an assured fact that we aro
piece suflciently long and wido to again to adnnt tho Parisian costumo of
make the waist, and the waist cut
out by a pattern as in any fabric. y it was confined to the use of i
The lines will be more or less (it- boa of white fox, but tie frocks and
agonal, according to the way the pat- iillinery (lgl~ed for the spring and
tern is laid on the material. summer of 1916 arq trimmed with nar.
The neck and very short sleeves are row fur bandings Sheerest frocks of
fnished with fine vat edging, and a dainty laces, tulles, chiffons and meus.
little ruffle of it is set on where the selines have flounces, tunics or
-kirt-and waist join. A bow of pink draperies edged with fur. Whether
satin ribbon is set at the bottom of the this will become a popular fashion r.
>yTapod opening at the front, and a mains to be aeon.
nowh the ame ay xcep tha th
.I0N -: NE -:S S, *
.10O s. Ma rclh I:.--Niesstrs T. .I.
I -a( ha InI antiid .1. .\. .\lrrison ha e re
fently 1,u1rchase line1 horse .
.\lr. lIefrrin:g of" \\illiamsbu rg, la
\isiling her 1a rents, Dr. anud .\irs. \\.I
Ton nes .Jons..
In IIhe deatih of il-. Jas (ork on the
G1h inst., we lost one of our hest cit.l
zens. il, wvas a warm-hearted friend
a staInch patriot, an affectionate fa
ther, a brave (onfederate veteran and
Christian gentleman. lie was held in
the highest esteem by all of his ae
quaintances and all of our people ten
derly sympathize with the - bereaved
Born on 13th inst. to Mr. and Mrs.
A. 1. flunson, a daughter,
Mr. J. A. Morrison spent last week
in Greenwood as a juror.
We recently met the following
friends, Messrs. Jas. Washington of
Little Mountain; J. T. Davis and Steve
Brown, of Donalds; Irvin Freeman,
of Princeton; .as. Childress of Brew
erton, and Clydo Wise, of Greenwood.
Mr. .1. W. Vanneelore is doing a nice
job of painting for Rev. J. M. Dallas.
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Crowe of
Ware Shoals attended Sunday school
We are indebted to the following
friends for recent kind favors: S. C.
Riley, Willie Noorell, J. T. Watts,
Thedford Shirley, J. A. Morrison, J.
A. Seymore, J. T. Calvert, A. 3, Brun
son, J. A. Bogs and - Le r4e0a.
N ico Matling IRugs only 25 cents.
Ncw line MIgarine Itack" just re
8. M. & 1,. i. WLKs & Co.
The Siate of South Carolina,
County olf Laurens.
- \\ RNi tIAS, oil h iindred -freehold
voter:s, res:iding within- the prolpgned
corporate liunit(i of the City of lau
renis, tjfunltv of Ltlolns, Sitate or
South Carolina. on the 811h day of
March, 1:111;, preMseited to the ecere
tary of Slate of the citate of Soeth
Carolia a let ition for the inieorpora
t ion of the City of Laurens tinder the
brovisions of Article 31, Chapter -18, of
the Civil Code of South Carolina, 1912,
the n1am1e of the proposed City to he
Laurens, and the proposed corporate
linits of the said city to he a circle
with a radius of one and a fourth
miles, with the center of the Court
house of the County of Laurens as
the center of the circle; and
WiiIIRAS, the Secretary of State
of the State of South Carolina, on the
8th day of March, 1916, under the seal
of the State, issued a Commission to
the undersigned as Commissioners, no
tifying ther to proceed to the proper
registration of the electors within the
proposed corporate limits of the Iro
posed City, and to advertise an elec
tion for twenty consecutive days in a
newspaper published within the pro
posed corporate limits of the pro
posed city, and to appoint managers to
conduct the same, said election to be
conducted as all other municipal elec
tibns, and at which the electors should
vote on the following questions:
, lst. Corporation.
L 3rd. Mayor and six aldermen, vot
ing for one alderman in each ward;
NOW, TIMDREIFORM, under and by
virtue of, and in pursuance of the pow
er and authority vested in us under
said Commission, we, the undersigned
U. M. Babb, C. H. Gasque. S. B. Sex
ton, J. W. Hellams, T. C. Switzer, R.
G. Franks and J. J. Adams as Com
missioners as aforesaid, have ordered,
and do hereby order, that anl election
he held within the proposed corporate
lits of -aid piroposed CIty at the
Court I louse of La12uren s Couinty, S. C.,
which ishall he condueted in all re
siectr, :w other nicillipal election:s, at
whleh the electors shall vote on the
Ist. Shall Ilie proprsed City of
~an e0 e incolporated unider the
provisions of Ariticle I1I, Chapter '18,
Civil Code of South Carolina, 1912.
2nd. Name of the Ilroposed City.
3rd. Mayor and Aldermen, vot ing
for one alderman from each ward.'
Said election shall he held on/he
I i day of April, A. D., 1916./ Thle
poll:s shall open it. file hour o eight
o'clock in the forenoon, and remain
open until four o'clock in t after
noon. T. Mack Roper, .J. A. 42. Moore
and Ernest Aachen, citizqhs of the
proposed city, are horeby ipointed as
managers to conduct said election.
At said electio all m e citizens of
this State and o the U ted States of
America, of the ago f twenty-one
years and upwards, aving all the
qualifleations mantlo ed in Section
200 of the Civil Cod of South Caro
lina, 1912,- and nod It oring under dis
abilities named In. e Constitution of
1895 of this State, who shall have been
a resident in the State for two years,
and in the county one year, and with
in the proposed corporate limits of
the proposed city for four months
prior to the holding of said election,
and has paid all taxes due and col
lectible for the preceding fiscal year,
and who has been registered as here
inafter required shall be entitled to
Ministers in charge of an organized
church, and teachers of public schools
shall be entitled to vote after six
months' residence in the state if oth
R. JO. Babb, a qualified elector re
siding within the proposed corporate
limits of the proposed city, is hereby
appointed as Supervisor of Registra
tion, whose duty it shall be to register
all qualified electors within the pro
iosed limits of the said proposed cor
porautiotl W1ho shl1 appIly for tregis
i Iration, and who ire possess(eil of the
nece sga ry qua lifleations for registra
'l' cpoduction of a cortifiate iof
regisitrattion fron the Iloard of leg
blration of L~auren (ounty, ntiing111
thel applicant to vote in a polling pre
cinct within the proposed limlits; of
the proposed city shall be a condition
lree isite to the al li anlt obtain
ng a crileate 1 ' of registration in this
vleetion, and the prod11uelion of suci
cortitleate, and poinof of his residenco
within the proposed imlis of the pro
posed city for four months preceding
such election and Ile paynment of all
taxes assessed against. himi due and
collectible for the previous flacal year
shall entitle the applicant to registra
Tb Books of Registration shall be
opened by the said Supervisor of Reg
istration at his office within the pro
posed limits of said prpposed city on
the 22nd day of March, 1916, and shall
remain open for a period of ten days,
from the 22nd day of March to the 31st
day of March, 1910, Inclusive.
Immediately after the close of the
polls, the managers of such election
shall proceed publicly to 'ount the
ballots and shall make a sworn return
of the result of said election to the
It is further ordered that this notice
shall he advertised in the Laurens
Advertiser and the Laurensville Her
ald, the newspapers published within
the proposed corporate limits of tho.
proposed city, for twenty consecutive
(lays, and until said election shall be
WITNiCSS Our Hands and Seals this
the fourteenth day of March, A. D.
C. M. Babb, (Seal)'
C. H. Gasque, (Seal)'
S. 1. Sexton, (Seal)
J. W. Hellams, (Real)
T. C. Switzer, (Seal)
R. G. rrank, (Seal)
X.'JJ: Adams, (aath