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\oung Man of Cross Hill Nothing De
terred By Runaway Fills Appoint
Cross Hill. Nov.29?Last Monday
w. Rufus Bryson secured a team from
the livery here to take a young lady
to ride. A short distance from the
t tattle the horse tool; trial.? and ran,
Before going far the buggy wheel
hit against a post breaking tin tongtn
ltd throwing Mr. Bryson out. The
horses ran on a quarter of a niile and
ran into Mr. .1. A. Guthries' iron f< uCe
breaking the fence but the horses
were not hurt. Mr. Bryson was not
seriously hurt. He secured another
team and Kept his appointment with
t be young lady.
There was a union service at the
Presbyterian church on Thanksgiving
day conducted by the pastor Rev. <;.
M. Hollingsworth, assisted by Kev. .!.
A. Martin. A collection was lak< it for
Prof. Parrot and family, also Misses
Lizzie Grinin andPearl West, teachers
left Wednesday to bui ud Thanksgiving
day with home folks.
Misses Kathleen Calhoun, Corn
(Jriflill and Mr. .1. (?. !>? any sp< nt
Thanksgiving day with Miss I "earl
West at lo r home In Newlierry.
Misses Kate and Anne Austin and
Messrs i.yi. James, aid Austin Leg
man, .lohn. Henry atal llasse'.i Miller,
FIrsklne Carter. Beunie Matthews, and
Burl Ka-or were with homefollts on
' hanksgh lug day.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McSwahi find
little l.< of Newlierry were with Mrs
.Iahte Ml -'warn Thursday.
Misse? Matth1 May Neville and Mary
IV,Hard t Iso Messrs McGregor Addi
son. Sit hi:. Head, an.i Tay lot', StU(l< lit*
:.? the ,? shyie'. ian College ,.; gOUtl
ere the gm
ttud luvachlng oi Sund?: ? !h'0.-hi.).j
Mr. P. li. Watts of Florida :- -Ce1
of Mr. Owen King, known as tie Wil
bur home, about two mile- front Cros
Hill was burned. The family wer
.way from home exec jit Quince, ;!
oldest son. He hihl wailed off on tit
tarin and it Is SUiqioScd the wood fir
oiled down on the llbor.
Policeman Kboti attested ? oltize
Saturday eveiug forj drunkenness fin
dlsordei ly conduct. He put U!' '?
dollars and was allowed to go home.
Koon took a pistol from him when he
made the arrest.
A telegram was received here today
saying that .Mrs. o. M. Bushartd died
at her home in Newherry yesterday.
! Mrs. Bushartd has relatives here and
I lived here several years.
L.VritKXS NOBLES IN GREENVILLE.
Kortj?Oiie Members of Shrine Vttend
On last Thursday, a great pilgrim
age wns made to Greenville, when
something like live hundred nobles of
the Oinai Temple journeyed to that
city, a great time was had. for these
noblOS are all jolly, good fellows:
and. Oeo. T. I'.ryan. Illustrious 1'"-'
tentitte. superintended the reception;
of the pilgrims; that meiins. that they .
i vvorc well received.
' Prom l.anrens there wore ""'> eandt- i
I dates for the order, "fresh meat".'
as they are dubbed. They were:
.Messrs. C. C. Peatherstono, K. P. Min- |
tor, s. M. Whites, II. S. Ill tick well, T. I
II. Veurgiu, Clifton ,|oh< - t). XV. Babb.
<;. a. Browning of Ooldvllle and .1. P.
and T. I', loins of War ? Shoals. It
b said that what was done for these
was "a plenty". Mr. Peatherstone.
prohibition candidate for governor, pa
raded the crowded thoroughfares of
that "dry town" vvith several quarts
of Whiskey about his person and
they weil- not "concealed", either by
ordinary physical processes or mere
ly "In hiding.*'
The nobles from I.aureus who were
Oil hand tO see their fellow townsmen ;
"put through" were Messrs: ('. M.
Babb. L ?:. Balle, B. B. Blakely, It. a.
Cooper', ft. 10. Copclahd. T, I?. Barl- :
ington. VV. w. Dodson, J. \V. Powler,
W. II. tSilkorsoh. Jr., K. P. Jones. .1. 11.
Little. .'. S. Machen. C. M. Miller, M.
I. Nash. P. ?'. Nelson. W. B. Sloan. .1. 1
\. Sliunioiis. o. H. Slihinohs. T. C. :
S- i r.er. Brooks' SwygOrtj Thomas I.'
.' ? >.> A. V.'. Teaguo \\. Terry, T.
C. Turm r.Jr, fi I!. Wallace. W. II.
Washington. W. <". \V Intel's . P. J.
I.p. ft ad J, M. Plomlng of I .a n ford. i
and ! W. Copeland Jr.. of Clinton.
\t tin Greenville meeting .vir, it. a.
Cooper of this city vvns re-elected Ori
. : - i ?. tide of Omar Teh|p!b.
Teat in I -' Issot laiion To Meet.
The l.anrens County Teachers' as
sociation ' ill meet in the court house
on Sat. Dee. 1Mb. at In o'clock. Busi
ness of vital importance m teachers
and trustees will come up at this
meeting, it Is earnestly desired that,
every teacher and trustee in the coun
ty \v ill be present.
A Lumens County Man.
Mr. Charles F. Brooks, who was
formerly county superintendent of
Laurens. and who has for the past two
year8 been head of the Allendale grad
ed School, is now superintendent of
the Btshopvillc Graded School. While
at Allendale he helped to reorganize
the itarnweii County Teachers' asso.
elation, of which in- was made presi
dent, lie has helped to do the same
thing in Leo county this tall. This
kind of work counts -Southern School
Meetings Begin Tonight.
The series of revival services at the
First Presbyteriah church begins to
night at 7:30 o'c lock. Let the people
keep ''is in mind and attend, Dr.
Thackcr who will preach, is one of
the ablest ministers in the denomi
nation, and his Coming means much
tor 1.aureus. Kxcelleut music, under
the direction of Prof. Mid .Mrs. Fisher
SALE GROCERY CO.
Men's Storm Shoes
Shoes for the Han who is out of doors
in all sorts of weather.
Ideal Shoes for wet stormy days.
Guaranteed to be thoroughly Water
Medium ?'i Kxtra IJigh Cut.
Knglish grain, and heavy
Calf leathers. Bellows t?>n
gue, Yiscoli/.cd uppers and
soles. Soles double i<> heels.
Leather lined. S<>t't insoles.
$ I. ^< >, 1.7 S. " S 2. S' (i v')( S 3- 5*'
These Shoes are splendid foot pro
lection for Men on the farm, Stock
Men, Mail Carriers and Teamsters.
They insure dry, comfortable Feet
at all limes.
More colds arc caught through the
Feet th.au through the head.
The Shoe Man,
Laurens, S. C.
Customers Shoes Shiucd Vre
The < ?ne Price Shoe Stoic-.
mzzsxsirntsaetB^^ <3> F F~" El. Fi! ???'fi?wioiici?3a^ ' :v ;
r 4$ #: .
* f If ?\ iris
We have .some of the greatest values to offer you thai we have ever offered the trade at this se
of the year. Don't let this Opportunity pass without getting your share at these rare values hi bl
ets, comforts, sheets and pillow cases. Hundreds of shoe values that you can't match. It vvii be
possible for us to mention all the items in this small space, but you will find it toy- ? " U h to
and see for yourself why it is to your advantage to trade with Davis-Roper Co.
Big lot of odds and ends In Men's Shoes, worth $2.00
nd $2.?)0? special now
Big lot special value, in /Victims Suits, come and sec what
bargains we have to show yon.
Men's Over Coats, we have just what you want and can
save you money on it if you will only give us a showing.
iscs Coats, it s\
showing. Special at
$3.00, 4.00 and 5.?0_
Greatest Blanket values ever shown lure, we bought
Ijblg lot at greatly reduced prices and can show values th;
(I sou have never seen before. Special at
$2.50 3.50 and 4
Big lot of Comforts offered at prices that will attr
you. Don't fail to see \\ hat we are ? hov ihg if yoti v.
anything in bed clothe ^.