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Cross Hill, Sept. 30.?Mrs. Mollle
R'ichards of WilllngtoUi Visited Mr.
and Mrs. L. E. Reeder last Tuesday
Mrs. John Plusoi) came home from
the hospital last Thursday. Her friends
hope for a speedy recovery.
Mrs. J. H. Nance was taken to a
hospital last week for treatment. She
has been quite unwell for several
weeks. Mr. Nance and Dr. J. H. Mil
ler went with her.
Mrs. Lizzie Grant of Spartanburg
was in town last week looking after
Mrs. Annie Frazier of Wlnona, Mis
sissippi is with Mrs. N. B. Davenport
for a visit.
Mrs. Spratt of Greenwood county
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Dr.
Mrs. Mary Plnson of Greenwood has
been in town several days visiting
The rainy weather interfered very
much with Miss Llda Rudd's millinery
opening last Thursday and Friday. All j
the ladies can come later however and
find just what they want In her line.
Mr. B. R. Austin Is a delegate and
Mr. W. M. Miller, alternate to Enoree
Presbytery which will meet In Spar
tanburg this week. Rev. Mr. Hatch
ford will also attend the meeting.
Miss Connie Martin spent the past
week in Clinton visiting relatives.
Mr. Wesley Pitts, another Cross Hill
boy left for Cross Anchor last Thurs
day to teach. He has been in charge
of the school there two years.
Mr. Hugh Leaman of Whltmlre spent
last Sunday and Monday with homo
Mr. and Mrs. .1. O. Denny and little
Miss Catherine Goggans Denny spent
Saturday night and Sunday witli Mr.
and Mrs. William Atchlson at their
country home a few miles from town.
Messrs. Lyle Leaman, Guy Martin
and Larry McGowan came over from
Clinton Saturday to be with home folks
Mrs. Lula Griffin and little daughter
of Greenwood county are visiting her
mother Mrs. Janie McSwaln.
Madden( Oct. 1.?The first of Octo
ber opens up with a beautiful sunny
Madden, Oct.. 1.?The first of Octo
order that the fanners may gather
i their crops.
Today the Laurcns county associa
tion convenes at Quaker church
Messrs. John R. Finley, T. S. Hang
ston and J. A. P. Moore will represent
Prospect. These are our oldest mem
bers and deacons?in their old age
they still take a delight in their mas
ter's work. The younger members
felt like it would hardly be nil asso
ciation without "Uncles" John and
Tom and Cousin Jim to represent us.
May their tribe Increase. They car
ry up the good news that Prospect
met her full apportionment.
Miss Juanita Martin left Monday
morning for Spartanburg, whore she
goes to accept a position with the
well-known house of Floyd & Lyles.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Moore of
Chestnut Ridge wore the pleasant
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Culbert
Miss Louise Dean visited her cousin
Dolly Henry at "The Henry Place"
for the week-end.
Mr. (5. W. Promtt of this place Is
now with the well known hrm of J.
H. Sullivan Co.. for the fall months
.Miss Ida Turner has roquested tliat
as many of the patrons and young
people as will come, meet at the Pros
pi c i school house Friday afternoon to
j clean up the yard. She also desires
ja wagon and team as there is a good
deal of debrio from the old school
' house that needs carting away. Mrs.
Wofford also announces that the Ru
ral association will meet that after
noon to plan a box supper for the
benefit of the school and also to de
cide on the nature of the "float" to
represent us at the county fair. A
full turn out is urgently requested to
he on hand.
To think that we didn't have very
much news to report and two of the
visitors from here positively forbid
my telling they were off on a visit!
Think of that will you. when most
everybody these days are trying their
best to get their names in the paper!
I'll forgive them their depriving me
the pleasure of telling of their ab
sence for the compliment (implied)
to the Advertiser and me. "Law", said
one as she heard the train coining,
"Si. Sis it will he in the paper again
that we are gone. Everybody in 1 ?au
reus county will think we do nothing
but visit!" Spying tin- UttlO lad she j
called and as the train in-ared she told
him in a stage whisper "Toll your inn,
honey, not to tell we are gone. 1
don't want the people in Laureus
county to think we do nothing hut
run around!" Pal yourself Mr. Edi
tor! Some two people think that ev
erybody in Laurens county read the
Advertiser and the "Madden news'.
When you have a bad cold you want
the best medicine obtainable so as to
cure it with as little delay as possi
ble. Her? is a druggist's opinion: "1
have sold Chamberlain's Cough rem
edy for fifteen years,*' says Enos Lol
lar of Saratoga. Ind., "and consider
it the best on the market." Eor sale
by all dealers.
* Princeton Locals. **
Princeton, Oct. l.?Rov. lt. M. Du
B080 and family spent the week-end
with friends near Ware Shoals.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Sullivan and chil
dren of Greenville are visiting at the
homo ?>t Mr. J. B. Humbert.
Rov. Juntos 11. Machen and family
of McCormick have bOOll the guests
of Mr. J. T. Machen.
Miss ICtmnlo I?OU Humbert has re
turned from a pleasant visit to Green
Mr. Tom Meinen of Helton .-pent
Sunday with homo people.
Miss Nell YVyatt of Easlcy has been
the guest of Miss Bessie ("nines.
Miss Sara Brltt has returned from
a pleasant visit to relativ <s in An
Those who attended the Falrvlow
Stock Show from here were Misses
Annie and Ke/.lah McCuen, Messrs. J.
M. and Bramlett Wood. Charles and
Clary McCuen, and Mr. J. P. Davis and
Miss Allle Davis.
Temptingly Priced For This Week!
The story of Autumns Finest Merchandise as seen at this store is the most
interesting information that any woman could wish. Here you will see superb
models of Suits and Wraps, also colored and Black Silks, Laces, Neckwear.
Everything we have is superior in quality and design, selected with the
knowledge earned in our long business life.
At Davis-Roper Company's all customers stand on the same plane.
All get the benefit of our Quality Goods at Reasonable Prices.
Newest Autumn Suits!
Here we are right in the swim. Our long experience gives the buyer the advantage of getting the
the best makes, best tailored, best Fabrics at prices you cannot beat. Why leave your home town to
buy Suits when you get the best at a positive saving to you.
The Best Styles, the best that money can buy. $20.00 to $45.00
The Not-so-high in Price but well tailored at popular prices 10.00 to 17.50
Ladies' Coats from. 5.00 to 20.00
OUR SPECIAL BARGAIN CORNER.
Wo have at all times special bargains thai you can't afford
to miss?our large stock?constantly selling reduces same to
one and two of a kind thai we close at a price, especially cer
tain numbers and slylcs we do not expect tu duplicate are on
300 pair Men's $3.00, $?<.."><>. and $4.00 Shoes, to close . .$1.99
100 Ladies Skirts, good styles hut down to one of a kind value
$4.00 to $6.00, now.$2.49 to $3.49
50 Ladies' Suits, odd styles, last season's, hut good values,
worth $10.00 to $25.00 now.$4.99 to $12.49
>,000 yards Everett Cheviots, value 10c Just the thing for
shirts, school dresses, and everyday wear, now.7c
All who take pride in their table linens should come here
to buy their supplies. We not only carry in stock Table
Linen but Linens for all purposes, all the best values Unit
can be had for price.
See our Special Table Linens.50c. 7?C and $1.00
Napkins.$1.00. $1.50 to $4.50
Red Damask for service.25c. 50c and 75c
Towels, the best for prices named.10c. 15c. 25c and 50c
Waist Linen.25c. 35c. 50c. 75c, nnd $1.00
Bxtrn quality Linen Sheeting 10-4.85c and $1.00
RICH VALUE l\ SIKS.
Beautiful selection Messalin^s. in all newest colors, this week
All the newest shades in Silks for waists.50c
Special values in Silks.50c. 75c. $1.00
Some odds and ends in Silks -good patterns for dresses or
waists, value ?de, 75c, $1.00 now . . . .25c. 38c. and 49c
LKTTKU (QUALITY IKSSK.
There isn't a store anywhere that carries a more complete
stock of Hosiery than we. The best makes, the dependable
kind that wear,
Boys', .Misses'. Children's "Round Ticket Hose" .25c
"Cadet" Hose for Loys and Girls.25c
Ladies' Hose.10c. 15c. 25c
Ladies Silk Hose, all colors.50c
Ladies' Silk Hose, all colors.$1.00
Ladies' Silk Hose, all colors.$1.50
ADVANCK AUTUMN M I I.LI N KU Y.
The ladies of Lanrens County will find here a grand dis
play of stylish head-gear, Many cloicc creations in the new
style hats as well as a liberal display of ready-to-wear milli
nery from the leading makers. All prices tire remarkably mod
est ' ultra stylish.$5.00 to $20.00
Other stylish and beautiful hats for the prices named all
diferent models all kinds of trimmings, and well made
hats, that you cannot lind for the price.$2.50 to S5.00
CHILDRENS' AUTUMN WEAR!
We have an excellent assortment of the regular Garments for Girls of all ages. Wise parents
shop here because they know our Dependable Merchandise and because they always save money.
Child's Coats in Red and White. $2.00 to $ 3.50
Childrens' Coats. . 3.00 to 10.00
Misses' and Young Ladies' Coats.-. 5.00 to 20.00
Childrens' Underwear, the garment, . .15 to .50
Childrens' Under Suits, the garment,.25 to .50
OUTFITTERS FOR ALL MANKIND