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* Local and Personal Mention. *
Mr. Edward McCrady, of 'Birming
ham, Ala., spent Sunday in the city.
Mipses Margeret and Helen Fewell,
of Rook Hill, are visiting Miss Rebec
Aliss- Grace Garrett, of Greenwood,
is here for the Garrett-Rowland wed
ding this evening.
Mr. .,and Mrs. Randolph Little, of
Columibin, sPent Sunday in the city
with their mother, Mrs. J. R. Little.
Mirs. R. E. Copeland has returned
to the city after visitilg her brother
in Hamlet, IN. C., for severaL weeks.
Mr. And Mrs. E. 11. Machen motored
to Greenwood Stinday where they
spent the day visiting at the home of
Ir. F., C. Pearce.
Mis Irma Floyd, who has been the
guest of Miss \laudie Mae Jeshee for
a few days, returned to her home at
Statesboro, Ca., Monday.
Miss Sarah Saxon and Miss Betsel,
of Union, are sicinding the week with
Mr, and 'Mrs. Downs Glenn near Clini
Mr's. J. 0. C. Fleming and Miss Caro
lyn11 Fleming have returned from hal
timore, where the latter underwent
all examination by specialists.
.\1r. Chas. 'Thompson, who gradua
ted this year at the l'Uliversity of
South C arolina, arrved home a few
days ago to spend the smIllllmle illonti
.\isi Alice WNlite. of LIttle Rock,
Ark., who has been spending the past
week with 'Mr. and Mrs. .ohn A.
ilieks; returned to heir. hole yester
re .1. L. Ni. lihy, Sr., left' a few
days ago for Jaicksonvlhle, Ala., to visit
her d.aigthr, .\Vs. W. C. Irby, Jr., for
.Nil. and NI\is. Fleming Smith and
dauglter have retuirie(d homl1e after a
delightful visit to their sister, Mrs.
Alva Weaver, at Lake City.
NIrs. 1. .1. Gage and daiighters, \iss
es Anna and Willa -Prelntiss, Of
Greenville, are here for the Garret
Rowland iwedding this evening.
Mrs. Lester L. Knight has returned
to her hioie ill Portsmouth, V.a., aft
ter spending several weeks with hei
parents, MIr. and Mrs. C. It. Roper.
Nirs. James R. Davis and Nirs. Marlk
iellams returned last iweek from All
derson and Greenwood where they
have been visiting friends and rela
I r. Hugh Sanford spent Sunday In
the city with Mrs. Saiford at the holme
of hler prl'Cits, Judge and Mirs. Gel
Mr. and Mrs. James C. Todd have
returned to the city after their brklal
Irip.) to northern and eastern cities
They are now at 11011e with Mrs
Todd's parents, Cot. and~ Mr s. TP. D
Datrlingtoln oil Irby avenule.
Mr. J. . 'Watts Is in rceipt ofC0
letter from his wife written from Pa
ris. stating tllat she arrived therc
safeiy an. is enjoying the Eilropea
trii very much('l. She Is aiccotmipaiitlc
by her ni ec, Nissx Webb, of K~nox
Senator and Nirs. Ilal and' cii dier
ai'rived in tile city from Washingior
Frniday to spendi~ thle siummer mlointhIi
at home. Mrts. Dlal and1( the chilldrel
will returln about October' 1st in timt
for' thle op~ening of school, but Senai
toi' Dial will haridly3 returiin before D~e
.\t'. A. .1. NMartin, of Gray ('oui't, Wa:
a visitor in the city NMonday. \ilr. M\ar
tinl states t hat lie has the best grait
crop this year thatt he has had ir
years and thadt lie ha spartly over'
conie the high cost oif living b~y gr'ow
hng mlost of hiis sitppjlihex at. htomie.
NMrt. Robert Ii. Roper has comin ief '
his pretty niew hunlgalowv on West
Main street and( moved into it witl
his family last week.
'Messrs. Rice Nickcls, NW. 0. Ilaan-Cas
ter', Frank Ca Inc, iDr. W. 1D. Fergusor
and IIltgh Vinicent spentt It few dlay:
last week at thle old home of NMr. Vin
(cnt at Varniville, ini llampton c'ount
ty, where they enijoyedI a fIshing par11
ty in which all disxttiguishied them
NM'. and Mris. hiiock Segat's, of ihish
opville, arc vlsitiing tliht'rjparents NMr
andl Mrs. hi. A. Sullivatn.
.\i ss Clai'a C'ureton, who has beei
visiting NMiss Juanita WVilkes, reCturn'
ed to lier home In Camden Saturday,
NMhss Olive Bntes, of Or'angeburg, hiac
retutrnedl home after visiting NMiss Pat
tie Wilkes for several (lays.
Nir. I,. (. Roff, of Tlhe Advetrtisei
fot'ce, has been ceonflned to his htoime
since last Friday on account of sick
ness. lHe has shown some improve
mient during the past (lay or two and
Sexp~ets to be out again by tomorrow,
Mr. and NMrs. F. P. Tatutm and
Childrien returined to their home in
Gr'eensboi'o, N. C'., Tuesday after
spiendting several weeks in the city
with their parents, 'Mr'. atnd Mrs. Johr
I". Bolt. They were accompanied or
9their return by Miss Sarah flolt, who
wil spend some1 time with them.
If you buy your goods at J. C. Bhurns
+ SOCIETY. +
Wide interest is attached to the
marriage this evening of Miss Ed
inonia 'PrOston. Garrett, daughter of
Mrs. Guy Stokes Garrett, to 'Mr. Earle
Rowland, of Sumter, which will be sol
emnized at tile First Presbyterian
church at 8.30 o'clbck. Tle bride is
one of the city's most attractive young
ladies and has been teaching in the
local schools for the past year. Thle
groom is a leading young business
man of Sumter., '
A marriage of mulch interest here
was solemnized at Charlotte, N. C.,
Monday evening when Miss Annie Fay
D'Laney, of that city, became the
wife of Mr. Robert Hart Richey, son of
Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Richty, Sr., of
this city. A description of the weTd
ding taken from the Charlotte pape'r
P)refly Homle Weddinig M1ondaily
A nuptial event of the afternoon is
tile wedding of liss Annie Fay De
Lany al( Ir. Itobert, Hart Richey,
vhileh took place at 3 o'clock at the
homne o ftle bride, 1723 East Seventh
liss )elaney's only atten(lant will
)e her little sister, .\Jss .lean De
Laney. who will wear a frock of white
orgundle and maline aldi cary the
wedding riniia in a single white rose.
'he bri(le and bridegroom will enter
toth tanling for the pledging of
the vows before a bank of ferns and
roses inl the livinlg room. The former
will wear her travlIing suit of dar1
bilue cloth, a clilc fall model w ibh hat
and accessories to match. lIer vor'
sage 110(qut will be of bridv's roses
anid white sweetpeas. 'lier only or
naient was a rope of pearl's the glt
of the bridegroom.
Rlev. )Ir. T. F. Marr, pastor of Ilaw
thorne Lane Methodits church, will
perform the ceremony in the presence
of relativps, out-of-town guests.being:
Dr. .1. Ii. Squires of Wilmington, Del.,
Mr. Mark Squires of Lenoir ; -Mr. antd
Mlrs. Grover C. Richey of Columbia, S.
C.; Mr. W. R. Richey, Sr., of -laurens,
S. C.; Mr. a;id Mrs. Jefferson Adams
and( daughter; miss Rebecca Adams of
iaureiis, S. C.; Mr. Paul DolanLey of
Dayton, Ohio; '. and \I's. W. 11.
Richey, Jr., of Laurenis.
A '.eception will follow the cere
mony, anl ice cour'se being served in
the dining roon, where an attractive
color note of pink and white will be
carried out. Mr. Richey and his bride
will leave Monday evening for Ashe
vilie before golig to Columbia, S.
to make their home.
hlie bride of the alterinoon is tie
seconid daughter of .\1I. and .\Irs. .1
W. lalaey of Charlotte. She re
ceived heri etduca tioni at Wesleryan C'ol
le'ge, .\tacon G;eor'gla, studying art. ai
th(e St ud~entst' Art League, Newv Y'ork
C ity3. She has been teachIng art. in
Columbia 'College, Columbia, S. C.
M\r. 11 iehey is a puiblic accoutiiIaiit.
lie was a imiciner of (lie 30th dlivisiomn
andi was toverseas0 over a year', making
an (enviable w~ar irecortd.
One of the miost impressive and
-lbeautiful wveddings of the season wasm
that. of Talula Lit tic and bleut. James
Thursdii'4(ay evenintg at 8:30 o'clock at
- liethn Presby ii'513'teiani churi ch, th eier-c
Ipastor01, (lie htev. J. F. .1 acobs of Clin
ton, assistetd by3 time 1ev. J1. W. Speake
of llock Ilill.
Thei. churi ich dlecoriations wecre beautl-.
-i Iul the color schemeflo of grieen a no
white being carried oiit by the use tf
(Iiuntiti(e.( of Shasta tdalsies, ('hei'oken
-moses anti fei'i. Numerous wh'itle enni
- dIts in silIvei' c'andoe lbra shed a soft
glow over'i thle lovely scene.
Pieceding (lie ceremt'ioniy, a nimsleal
piogiami was rendered by .\ irs. ii. IK
Aiken aiid .tlames ii. .\cCr'avy withI
.M.\'s. .\.1. *Iiitoper playinig the~ piaunc
Prmomiptly' at thle app~ointedl hour '3 .\'s,
-Hloper soided1 the fIrst strains of the
wetddinig imai'chi from iLhengr'in withi
Ivolin accompaniment by .\i'. .\cCravy,
which wvas a sig'nal for the briday prto
cession to begin. Entering first w"ere
tho uisher's, W. ii. Halley of 'i~aur iens
and ilfayette 'Dozier' of IHock 11l1,
who took their' positIons on either' side
of the i'ostruim. Next caime the firmst
gr'oomsmnii, Wendell Patton of Cr'oss
Anchor and D~on Matthews of Rock
111111, followed by the tfi'st. bid~es
maids, Miss ,largaret Atkinson of
Lowryville and Miss liarriet Clove
landl of Coluimbia. These in turn twere
followed by the groomamen, IRoy Do
zier of Rock 11111 andh Fred Little, .Jri.,
of Laurens, and the britdesmalds, Miss
Della Smiah of Miullins and Mitss IHelen
Williamison of Lancaster. The brides..
iiaids wore organdle fr'ocks in pastel
shades withi hats to match and car.
ried -bouquets of sweet peas tied with
huge maline bows. The dame of hon
or, thu bride's muthei, next entered
wearing a handsome pussy willow. taf
feta, draped with spangled net, car
rying pirple sweet peas. The sister
of the bride, Miss Lucy Little, as maid
of honor, entered -wearing a dainty
blue maline over silver cloth and car
rying a lovely basket filled with pink
carnatlonis. Then cate the little ring
bearer, William Glenn of Clinton, car
rying the ring on a silver tray. With
hitin, a9 flower girl, came little Elsie
Little of Clinton, dressed in white ac
corsdion pleat-d organdle. They were
follbwed by the beautiful bride with
he0ifather, who gave her in marriage.
The bride never appeared more lovely,
beiig gowned in. duchess satin and
lace in court train, carrying a shower
of bride roses and siWeet peas. Uier
veil was arranged in crown effect with
real orange blossoms. -er only orna
ment was a lovely. string of pearls,
the gift of the bridegroom. The bride
was met at the altar by the bride
groom with his best man, Sidney W.
Dozier of Charleston, und they took
their )lace under a unique arrange
ment of candles in candeeltbra effect.
During the recital f the Ceremony
RIs. )oper softly played "To a Wild
Rose", accomianied by .\lr. M(Cravy
on the violin.
The brilday party left the church tO
the strains of Mendelsoht's wedding
march, and at once Proceeded to the
home of tie bride, where a reception
was given the large comntiuity of guests
in hontor of :he oe; dotn.
'rite nany handso wte woddin . gift!
werve displayedi nd greatly admired 1)Nby
Lthe guests wh.) called during the (von
Ing, eSpeCially the silver service proe
sented by the citizens of Ilocl iii1 a
a token of 1their apireciation of Liout
tenant )o?.er's service to his coutitry
Mars. tiozier is the secolid (aulghteI
of Mr, and Mrs. Fred W. Little of Lau.
retns colnl and is a gratluate of \Win
lithrop 0 coliege of the class of '19. Sit
is otne of the (mnity's mttost popula
and attractivo yomun women and bei
scores of frientis 'regv. 'hat her mar.
riage will take her to another part o
tite state, The bri(egrootn is a sot
of Nir. and .\lrs. .1. Ii. Dozier and 1
one of Rock Til's prosperous younj
blisiness men. 'Lieitentalt Dozier woi
renown for imttsolf and bright Ihonto
to iis coitry by Itlis vr v ices iI
l'rattee. Il e : 1 o ses!;i:sor of th
contgressional medal oft honotr, th
British military cros-s, a mlember 0
the'Prench Legion of Ilonor aid wear
the (roix de guterre. Itn addition h
was Ilade a chevalier of the Order o
the Legion of IHonor.
.\lt. and Mrs. Dozier motored ,
- reenvlile, where they boarded
tnortilholind trala for Wa 'i'igton an
1 other cities in th K-1st. After .lun11
20 toey will he at htotmte to theilr friend
it Rock lill.
I Got llei 311141 11heni 1.os 31y Set
Imt ifen," 3j's. 111l1nnan.
"I went into the Ien house ott
metolninttg an(d foUnlld I favorite sette
dead(. 1 ;ot real m dt~(. W\ent to lth
store, bout:. hsome1 flATi-ANAP1 and
a week I got six dead r'ats. Everaybod.
whvlo "aise iS oultry11 Itouht kd1ee p RATi
SNAPl.'i lThree sizes, 25c, 50c,$.0
S"old atnd gutaranteed( by3 Lauren
liardaratve ('o., Putnam fi's Dru'lg Slt
atnd K(entnedy [bros.
.1. C. ' lutos & 'Co. sells vety nea
everythitng andl sells it fotr less. i.
stock to select ftromt.
ite o petly se d e'et of th.e 43ystemi I.
thee celi'ttebat1 Sheiva'r .\line~ra I \Vat. Pe
it ively guarateed hv> monil''Ii'.ey-b c fie
Taestes fteine 'i cos a Irifle. D el iverled Jat,
whter e3 by our I .:tIurens .\gents, J. C. Sih
.\t . 'Wiliams,' a very suI(Ccessfu
'beeni usinig y'ourt Poutr iy Prlescr i p
lion, ttot only htave I ('It d (ownt 'Chli(
loss, but1 1 fintd tat mty iutit lIa
o mothi or two eatlier'." A fet
itennie's wIisely spent in feeding D
ihaby Chiiicks insit res raid~1) de'velop
ment and ear'ly fall atnd winiltr lay
lng. (let a package from your (deal
or. Satisfaction or muoney back.-fli
'L. D). LeGear' Mod. Co., St.Louis, .\r
After you eat-always take
inestntly relieves Heartburn, Bloated Casey
Peelas. Stops indigestion, foodi souring re.
peating, and all the many moiserie. caused by
EATONICO is the beet remedy. lldd of thou
sands wonderfully benefited. P'ositively guar.
anteed to please or we wIll refund money.
Call and get a big box today. You wi sea
Lani'ene nDr Co. L,.. urs S.C
Refrigerators and Ice
Second car-load of this season just arrived. Now
showing a complete assortment of sizes and styles in the
famous "White Mountain" line.
Don't deny yourself the comforts of a good refrigera
tor during the next four months of sweltering hot weather
for a few paltry dollers. A White Mountain is inexpen
sive to operate and will keep and preserve your milk,
butter, meats and vegetables arid may save you many
times its cost in doctor's bills.
Come at once and get yours while the line is com
plete as they are selling fast.
S.M. &E. HLWilkes &Co.
TWO BIG PICTURES
Thursday, June 17th
"A Man of Honor"
Prices 10cts and 2Octs
Friday, June 18th
Prices 10cts and 25cts
City Opera House