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0BOS8 HILL CULLINUS.
Ladles' Aid Society (lave Oyster Supper
Cross Hill, Jan. 23.?Mr. J. D.
jWitherspoon, who has opened up
in the mercantile business, moved
Mr. Graham Payne of Epworth
*spent several days with his mother
Mrs. W. V. Payne, the first of the
Dr. W. P. Turner went to Sa
luda Wednesday where he ex
pects to locate.
Mr. J. H. Nance of Calhoun
Falls, visited his parents this
P Mr. M. K. B. Owens of Lau
reus, paid a visit to his relatives
Wednesday and Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Guthrie and
sister, Miss Lyl, left Thursday
for North Carolina.
There was an oyster stew at
, Mr. W. H. Leaman's Thursday
eveniug,given by the Ladies Aid
Society of the Presbyterian
Mr. Charlie Simmons of Green
wood, has been here this week.
Miss Emmie Goodman went to
Mountvillc this evening to visit
Manila, Jan. 23.?Mr. S. H.
Hill is preparing to build on one
of his places.
Died, at the residence of her
son Mr. G. W. Chapman, Mrs. S.
Chapman, Jan. 17. She was a
devoted mother, Christian and
neighbor, having spent all of her
life in this section. She was a
member of the Baptist church at
Batharbra, The family have our
Miss Lucy Atchinson has gone
to Chester for treatment.
Miss Daisy Kay has returned
to Honea Path, after spending
the week with Miss Bettie Atch
Maxcy Smith, who was acci
dentally shot by his brother, has
White Sale Next Tuesday.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the
Presbyterian church propose to
have a white sale on next Tues
day, Jan. 31. The handsome
display of articles will occupy
the windows of Todd, Simpson &.
Company's store, where the sale
will be conducted.
Mr. Leak Pronoun** questions
Mr. Editor: Will you allow me |
to ask a few questions on the cot
ton question? Who is forced to
plant cotton? Will you rent a
farm for any product of the farm
but cotton? Will you furnish
supplies for anything but cotton ? |
Will you sell fertilizer and "risk
getting your money if the buyer I
says he will plant no cotton? Can
you buy negroes, for you have to
buy them if you get them, and
make money and not raise cotton?!
Can you pay two hundred dollars!
for a mule, twenty-five dollars!
per ton for fertilizer and buy your
supplies and not raise cotton?)
Can you find a merchant that will
sell supplies to a renter who says
he will plant no cotton? Do you
know that we have labored for
thirty years to ioarn how to grow
cotton and have broke the record?
Can you find a boy on the farm
that is not an expert at raising
cotton? Can we niakejnegroes
rely on anything but cotton, so
long as they rent? Can you not
say to the man that would not
sell his cotton for ten cents, that
he coveted too much ? Will you
tell the man who said that he
would plant twenty per cent, less
cotton this year that his own
wife doesn't believe him and he
kinder doesn't believe himself?
Will you watch the man that is
howling so and see if he plants
any corn? Will you tell those
chaps Mie way to make people
believe there is a big cotton crop
is to do like he did this time?
tell everybody that he had ten
bales to the plow in the Ware
house, and was not half done
picking, and he heard a man say
he would make 40 bales to the
plow. lie sure to tell him to
pick out the best stalk of cotton
on his farm next August, bring
it to town and tell everybody that
is an average stalk and he thinks
I he will make two bales to the
J. N. Lkak.
Gray Court, S. C.
For pain in back or chest, King's
Anti-Pain Plaster touches the spot.
'Tis especially good to protect the
lungs with one of these on front and
back. They aro ?5 cents and their
curative powers is very great. Hold
by Palmetto Drug Co.
<C7 J^. ?9 T ?3 I ^fikT
3aara th? Ito Kind You Hata Always Bought
New Type and
Means good work
Copeland & Blackwell
Tell The Story
Better Than Type.
As you know if you are a reader of THE HUB ads from week to week, this month is being de
voted to a good, rousing, thorough Clearance Sale of all remainders of Winter Goods. We'Jiave tried to
indicate to you, by printing examples of the actual prices, how great is the opportunity for picking up
really desirable things at a great deal less than they are genuinely worth; But we want to remind you
that the Goods themselves tell the story far better than type possibly can. The prices printed here can
give you only a very faint idea of the importance of the economies. Make a point of coming and seeing
for yourself. The object of printing these prices here is simply to give you some idea of the scope and im
portance of the Sale, and cannot post you one tenth part as well as a personal visit to the SALE.
Heavy Outing, the 10 cent kind, this sale,.
Heavy Outing, i2j^cts kind, this sale, .
Flalliieletted, desirable patterns, worth i2^cts
and 15 cents.?.
Yard-wide Percale, regular 10 cents value,.
Yard-wide Pleached Cotton, only
Yard-wide Pleacii;!tg,heavy and free from starch
Curtain Swiss, large and small patterns, worth -g (\
I2>?cts and 15 cents, this sale, . ? I vr
34-inch Suiting, cheap at 25 cents, this sale,. .20
28-inch Figured Worsted, only . ?10
Lot Ladies' Skirts, sold for $1.00, now,
Heavy North Carolina Blankets, worth $3.50
Lot Ladies' Shoes, small sizes, sold for $i.od
and #1.25, now 50 and.
Men's Work ?Shirts, sold for 50 cents, this sale
We have just received a special lot of Embroidery which we put on sale this week: 5cts to 50cts per yd.
We will jalso show a special value in 40-inch White Lawn at 10 cents.
COME AND SEE US.
THIS IS THE LAST WEEK
DAVIS, ROPER & CO
THE BOTTOM HAS DROPPED OUT!
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER!
Truly a Wonderful Money-Saving Sale.
Better Goods, Better Values, Larger Assortment and Lower Prices than Ever Before, Whether
in Mill Ends that we bought for Sale, and secured at very Low Prices, or Goods included
from our Regular Stock. You will find just what you want at Prices FAR
BELOW your expectation. Remember there is nothing of a
cheap or trashy nature connected with these Sales.
Mill Ends, Odd Lots and Remnants.
Plenty of good things here during this Sale in dependable Mercaandise at Bargain Prices, such
as wiM make this Sale memorable as another Great Bargain event. MILL-END PRICES
in every Department on Seasonable Merchandise.
Grasp this Golden Opportunity to Buy
this Choice Merchandise at Mill-End Prices. Every Department filled to Overflow with Bargains
at Record-Breaking Prices. The prices asked for Goods are the Drawing Power of this
GREAT SALE. The Yellow Tickets are emblems of economy. Keep them in
mind they Chronicle the Bargains in All Time.
Men's and Boys' Shoes.
Hannan's #5.00 Shoes, now only $2,-19 to ^O'e^C^
Stetson's $5.00 Shoes, now only .$3.49 to
Crossett's $.}.oo Shoes, now only.
Crossett's #3.50 Shoes, now only $2.69 to
Crossett's $3.00 Shoes, now only $.2.29
Crossett's $2.50 Shoes, now only.
Our regular #2.25 Shoes, now only .
Special $2.00 Values, now only. $1*49 to
Men's Extra Good Shoes, now only #1.19 to
Men's Arogan Shoes, now only 99 cents to
Ladies' and Misses' Slices.
Ladies1 flexible Kid Shoes, now onlv $1.19
Ladies' Flexible Kid Shoes, now only. .. 1.29
Ladies' Kid Shoes that were $2.00 now only
Ladies' Fine Shoes that were #3.50, now
Ladies' regular kinds, now only $2.29 and
Ladies' regular $3.50 kind, now only .
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES.
Misses and Childrens' Shoes, now 49cts, 59ctsj
69cts, 89<^s, 99cts, $1.00, $1.29 to $1.49.
Everett Classic Ginghams, 5cts; 10-4 Bleached Sheeting, 19cts; C t Shirting, Sets; Embroideries,
acts; Apron Check Ginghams, Sets; Androscoggins Bleaching, <cts; Table Oil Cloth, lOcts;
Standard Calico, 3cts; 36-inch Percale, 5 cents.
Men's and Boys' Furnishings.
Men's extra good 50 cent Suspenders, now ^ QctS
Men's regular 25 cent Suspenders, now
only . .
Men's 15 cent Suspenders, now only,
Hoys' Suspenders, now only.
Men's Cambric Handkerchiefs, now only .
Men's pure Linen Handkerchiefs, now only
Men's regular 10 cent Socks in Black, Tan
and Red, now only .
Men's 15 cents Socks, now only .
Men's 25 cents Socks, big assortment
Men's Underwear, Shirts, Etc.
.Men's Cotton Undervests, 25 cents kind, ^ 9^tS
Men's very heavy, 50 cts cotton Undershirts *j
aud Drawers,. O VClS
Men's regular $1.00 Undershirts, now only 79cts
Men's $1.50 Undershirts, now only ., . $1.14
Low Price on Odd Pants.
Men's odd Pants that were $2.00, now only $1.49
Men's odd Pants that were 2.50, now only 1.79
Men's odd Pants that were 3.00, now only 2.39
Men's odd Pants that were 3.50, now only 2,79
Men's odd Pants that were 4.00, now only 2.99
Men's odd Pants that were 4.50, now only 3.49
Prices of all Woolen Goods have advanced every day, and now is an opportunity that you do not
often enjoy?that of buying your Spring Suit, or any kind of a Suit or Dress at Prices
that you cannot possibly get in the next year or two.
Sale Last Till January 31st.
DAVIS, ROPER & CO.
The Famous Outfitters.