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Charming Entortaluers.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Weathers enter
tained quite a large number of young
people at their beautiful home a few
miles from the city, last Thursday ev
ening in honor of Miss Mecy Thomp
son of Simpsonville. The feature of
the evening was a guessing contest
In which Miss Mamie Rowland was
awarded the first prize, a bottle of
cologne, and Miss Lutle Young sec
ond prize, a dainty box of stationery.
After the prizes had been awarded tho
guests were invited to the dining
room where delicious refreshments
were served.
Delightful Hull.
The first annual Thanksgiving Rail
of Branch :'?"> Class Blowers Associa
tion was given last Thursday In the
Armory of the Traynham Guards. A
large number of Laureus young cou
ples were present and a most delight
ful evening was spent in dancing.
Those who attended were given chanc
es at two prizes offered by the hosts.
The prizes consisted of very beauti
ful pieces of glass work done at the
local works. The winning numbers
Wore -~> and .r>2 and the holders of
tl ese can obtain the prizes by pre
senting these tickets at Davis-Roper
Company's store.
Mr. and Mrs. David B. Darnett have
Issued invitations to the approaching
marriage of their daughter, Clare, and
Dr. Cornelius Hampton Davis, of Wll
liamsburg, Va. Miss Darnett is a
graduate of Winthrop college and Is
a young woman of bright personality
and many lovable traits of character.
Dr. Davis is a prominent dentist of
Williamsburg. The wedding will take
place December 14, at the home of the
bride's parents.
Entertained in Woodruff.
A particularly charming affair of
Friday evening was a reception which
Mrs. Thomas Jones gave at her home
on West Georgia street In compliment
to her sister, Miss Kate Wright, of
Laurens, and her niece Miss Simpson,
of Spartanburg. Mrs. Jones invited
the faculty of the graded school and
a few friends. Several musicul num
bers were enjoyed by all. Mrs. Jones
Bang several lovely songs, Mrs. Waters
gave a few selections on the violin
with Miss Simpson at the piano. The!
affair was delightfully informal. The|
evening will be remembered with
lasting pleasure by all present. De
licious refreshments were served by
Mrs. Jones and Miss Kllgo. Those
who enjoyed Mrs. Jones hospitality
were: Misses Maggie Arnold, Sipple,
Byrd, Agnes Adams, Eva Goodlet,
Waters, Ruth and Florence Dr\im
mond, Kate Wright. Simpson, Dell
Kllgore and Slizabetb Floyd?Messrs.
Hicks, Drummond, Claud and Rruce
Arnold. Grover Lanford, D. R. Irby,
Will Riddle, Tom Kllgore. and Rrooks
Patterson.?Spartanburg Herald,
The most prominent social event
of the week in Lanford was the mar-J
riage of Miss Harvle E. Johnson and
Mr. James F. Hyers, Wednesday af-1
tcrnoon In the Baptist church. The
decorations were beautiful in their j
simplicity, only handsome pot plants
and ever greens being used, the col
or scheme being white and green
While Mendelssohn's Wedding
March was played by Mrs. Lola J.
Cox. sister of the bride, the bridal
party came down the aisle. First
Miss Mattie Ray, of Spartanburg, and
Mr. John W. Johnson, brother of tho
bride, next Miss Caddie Byers. Bister
of the groom, and Mr. Vunce Johnson,
of Spartanburg. Preceding the bride
came little Miss Pauline Wuldreps,
with n basket of tiny rose buds, strew
ing them down the aisle. Then came
the rlng-bcarer, little Miss 'Estelle
Nelson with -the ring on a handsome
white satin pillow.
The bride entered with her maid of
honor, Miss IIa May Bryant of Due
West and was met at the altar by the
groom and his best man, Mr. W. Ed
ward Cunningham of Asbevllle, N. C.
The bridesmaids wore handsome
cloth traveling suits, and big black
picture hats, gloves and shoes to
match und carried big armfulls of
chrysanthemums tied with white tulle
The bride was never prettier than on
this happy occasion, dressed in one
of the new shades of blue messallne.
trimmed In Irish lace, with gloves
and shoes to match. She wore a
black picture h'l with long willow
plumes and carried a bunch of brides
roses and lillics of the valley. The
maid of honor, an old college chum
of the bride was charming In a cream
embroidered net over soft silk, with
pastel 16 hands, with hat and gloves
to match.
At the close of the ceremony the
bridal party marched in reverse or
der, and together with a large num
ber of friends and relatives repaired
to the residence of Mr. and Mrs. H.
M. Johnson, where a sumptuous wed
ding dinner was served. Such a feast
as was spread on this occasion, both
In variety and abundance, Is seldom
seen. The residence was beautifully
decorated in the same color scheme,
of white and green, being used here
as at the church.
In the large front room on the sec
ond floor were displayed tokens of
affection and esteem from friends in
all parts of both North and South
The groom is a prominent business
man of HendersonviUe, N. C. The
bride is the charming and accomplish
ed daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H, M.
Johnson and by her sweet spirit and
charm of manner has made friends of
all who know her. Their many friends
wish for them long and useful lives.
Mr. and Mrs. Bycrs left on the six
o'clock train for a tour of Southern
cities. The bride's going away dress
was an elegant blue silk serge, with
hat, gloves, shoes, and purse to match.
They will be at home to their friends
In HendersonviUe, N. C. after Decem
ber 20th.
Among the out-oT-towu guests were
Mr. W. E. Cunningham of Asbevllle,
N. C. Mr. J. A. Ridley of Spartan
burg, Mr. Vance "Johnson, Misses Cad
die Byers and Mattle Ray of Spar
tanburg, Miss Delia Ray of Wood
ruff, Miss IIa May Bryant of Due
West, Mr. J. W. Johnson of Concord,
N. C. and Mr. E. C. Burnett of Spar
You Can Get the Best One in the
World for $1.00.
Go to the Laurens Drug Co. today.
Say "I want a HYOMEI outfit,'' take
It home with you, open the box and
pour a few drops of HYOMEI ( pro
nounce it HIgh-o-me- into the little
hard rubber inhaler.
Then breathe pleasant, soothing,
healing, germ killing I1YO.MKI over
the raw, inflamed, germ ridden mem
brane for a few minutes and relief
is immediate.
Stuffed up head will vanish. Keep
up the treatment four or five times
a day for a few days and hawking,
Bplttlng and forming of mucus in the
liOSO and throat will cease.
HYOMEI is guaranteed to end ca
tarrh, coughs, colds, croup, asthma,
catarrhal deafness, or money hack.
Complete outfit $1.00, subsequent bot
tles if needed r>o cents at Laurens
Drug Co. and druggists everywhere.
(Continued from Page One.)
cording to Mr. Goodman, the governor
refused to look at the papers, but. told
him Instead that if he did not resign
right away that he would "chop bis
head off." Mr. Goodman thereupon
took up bis papers and returned home.
Sunday morning the dispatches above
appeared and Mr. Goodinnn was sus
pended at about the same time.
At tho invitation of The Advertiser
to lay his case bcforo the people Mr.
Goodman camo to this ofllce yester
day. With him ho brought his records
and a list of the fines he had paid in
to the County Treasurer this year.
The list showed that he had paid in
over $800. The list was certltled to
by Treasurer Young. According tu
his version of the affair under dis
cussion, Mr. Goodman stated emphat
ically that he was entirely innocent
of the charge against him and that he
would have the matter gone thorough
ly into. He also stated that Mr. W. C.
Hipp had told him recently that he
was entirely satisfied with his state
ment of the way the affair came about.
Mr. Hipp is the employer of the
two negroes Involved and the man who
signed the affidavit sent to Gov. Blouse
According to Mr. Goodman the lines
were first Imposed upon the negroes
at $20 each. One of the negroes,
Johnnie Jones, who was fined for car
rying a pair of knocks, later showed
to Mr. Goodman's satisfaction that he
had merely found the pair of knueku
and was carrying them home. Mr.
Goodman states that he then reduced
the fire from $20 to $10 and returned
tho overcharge to the negro himself
Instead of to Mr. Hipp who had fur
nished tho original $20. In the case
of ?oe Brown, Mr. Goodman states
that he at first lined the negro $20
and that later when the negro said
that he only had $15 he reduced the
line to that much and the payment
was made. This was done, accord
ing to Mr. Goodman, with the full
knowledge of Policeman Madden who
stated at the time that the pistol
which had been taken from the negro
would balance off the account. This
pistol, according to Judge Goodman,
Is the same one that resulted In Po
liceman Madden's trial. How Mr. Hipp
became Involved In the affair was by
paying the original fine of Johnnie
Jones. He paid the $20 fine, but when
Magistrate Goodman ? returned part of
It he returned it to the negro Instead
of to Mr. Hipp. Tho negroes, accord
ing to Mr. Goodman, have admitted
the reduction In fines.
Policeman Madden claims that Mag
istrate Goodman "packed" the jury In
the first trial in which he was con
victed. Mr. Goodman denies this and
stated yesterday that he took especial
pains to empanel a fair and impar
tial jury and that he Instructed his
deputy not to summon three men
whom he knew had already expressed
an opinion against the rural police
man. Ho also stated that when the
trial came off the state objected to
six of the jurors and that Policeman
Madden objected1 to five.
Mr. Madden when told that Mr.
Goodman had said that he could prove
that he was innocent of the charge
against him stated that he hoped that
he could.
Special line of Rugs and Art
Squares suitable for Christmas Gifts.
S. M. & E. H. Wllkes & Co.
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in all State Court*
prompt attention given to all business.
Special Engagement
Opera House
One Night Only
Tuesday, December 12th
! New York Lyceum Theatre Success
By Henry Bernstein
Dramatic Sensation of three Seasons.
Prices 50c, 75c, 1.00, 1.50.
Seats Now on Sale at Palmetto Drug Co.
WE'VE been filling Old Santa's back and you'll find it full to overflowing
with Shoes, Slippers, Leggins, Rubbers?Footwear for Men, Women, Boys,
Girls, Misses, the Children and the Baby?we never forget the Baby.
What Makes More Useful or More Sensible
Christmas Gifts Than Footwear?
^ We'll make any exchanges that may be desired after Christmas, should any
thing be wrong.
Come and see how many choice Stylesjn Footwear you can find here that
would be "just the thing" for Christmas. In Christmas Slippers, we've a fine
Come to Our Big* Shoe Show!
fcClardy & Wilson b
?g THE 5H0E MEN 0
|| Laurens, - - South Carolina (K
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Musical Instrument
in the World
Stop! Think!! Listen!!!
Years and years of hard work and harder
study is what made the STARR Piano stand for
perfection in Pianos.
They Always Satisfy
The Action is perfect
The riaterial is the best
The Design most artistic
The Tone is the sweetest
The Construction is scientific
The Workmanship is the finest
If you buy one of these Pianos you cannot go wrong.
Write or come to see us and we will show you how to save
from $75.00 to $125.00 by buying from us. Terms to Suit.
A Piano will make a fine Xmas Gift.
Laurens, S. C.

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