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The Laurens advertiser. (Laurens, S.C.) 1885-1973, April 14, 1909, PART TWO PAGES FIVE TO TWELVE, Image 11

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A ORE AT STORE
A ORE AT CROWD
A OREAT DAY
THE OPENiQ OF THE
In Which The Davis-Roper Company Maintained It's High Prestige won through i7 Years f
Honest Merchandising.
SPRING FESTIVAL
The Words Themselves are suggestive to Old and Young, Rich and Poor alike: Suggestive of liappi
ness and Merriness, and when used inconjunction with one- of the Greatest /Ylerehantile establish
ments in the whole section of the country, the buying public is naturalis put upon the tip-toe of
expectancy. So it was on Saturday, April 10th, when the Great Mercantile Mouse of Davis Roper Company ami uinccd the Opening of its Grand Spring
Festival. From far and near the people came Bent upon entering a Festival, Rich in Pleasure and in its Tremendous Money "saving, and they were
not disappointed.
I 52 Festival Specials: | For 17 Years We've Studied the. Wants of the People j
For 17 Years We've Studied to buy right for- the People i
.i For 17 Years We've Done Our Best to Please the People j
Dress Goods !
I Cotton Muck Tow(
Cotton To\
I Union Linon littet Tow* Ik, via to .? color I
j Fine nil Linon Iluck T?\v<ls, 25ets
{ Regular Jtficts Hemstitched Damask Toweis 25cts
Good quality Turkish Towel, "?? s
Extra heavy Turkish Towel, full >i::e. 25ets
Women's !>5c,ts Lisle Hose, " pair for $1,00
Women's K.tst Black Hose, worth l5ets, lOets
A good value In Women's plain Hose, . its
Women's Silk Gauze and Lisle Lace Hose, f>0cts
Belts, all Latest Styles, 25cts to $1.00
i II.'inch Mohn
Fostiviil I'rio
j And for 30 Days wo will concentrate our entire IT '/cars Mercliahtile experience into j i?uekshk Tai
our Great Spring Festival to give the People Greater Sales than .Money has ever pur- j
chased from us before. Bright, New, Beautiful Spring Goods in all their attractiveness
await you, and we say to you in all earnestness, you cannot afford to let tins oppor
tunity escape you.
75? ts lo !
fidein to !
Oriels to !
iV-inch Fancy Pres* Silks, excellent for one
piece Suits worth $1.U0 yard Festival
price,
Mohairs,
Popliail,
I
Boys' Clothing!
Lio lot Hows' Suits 2.00 to $6.o?
Bij* lot Hoys' plain Suits, ages
i to r years* Pestiva! price .5,0
TABLE DAMASK.
36-inch White Mercerized Damask, sells every
where 30 t" 350., festival price, yard
^2-inch White- Damask, looks like liheu, yard
75-inch Linen Damask, retails . 11 over 60 to : r;ct -
Pestival 01 ice, v ard,
f..
i;,..; lot !>? >ys* Caps, Shoes and
in fact everything that HoVs wear
to in this Great Spring festival
at Pestival Prices.
8 too
&:'$c
J
I >t >.\'T I-'.'. IL T( 1 SPK Ot'K
5 c Counter
mm., j 72-inch pure I.inen Damask, ?i.< 1 value, at .t
1 nmd 1
.
inch Very heavy German Silver Hie i* !i< . '. in
Itsk, i'estivnl price, yd I'd 1,01
[ Turkey Red Damask?you always paj 30 lo ^scts.
our price, yard -CS*''
ij-inch Turkey Red Damask, fast colors, gttai m
leed, Festival juice, yard, ~<.cF
?.?-inch Turkey Red Damask, best grade, beautiful
designs, worth 85c and cjocts, our pric e, yard* 75cli
Great Things Taking Place in
Men's Furnishing
! )epart ment
Mi
Men'
Price,
M.
Men
f x \fm
m m
'?1
VTRACiOOfy
No Article Costs you over 5 cent
but worth inauV times more.
XAPK1NS, AU. PURK UNKN, TO MATCH
ABOVK, AT CORRESPONDING PRICKS.
t ihtcrWov
?1; Wear in
Price
. I < tival
afield and iiiit
Big I -ot /Men's Mats!
.Men's Hals, all styles Worth t~-u" and $3.00
Festival Price Mich
9Kuhn "li-J-1MU
Lace and Scrim Curtains.
Scrim Curtains, all colors
Good quality Lace Curtains, extra wide
Lace Curtains, full throe vnrds, sell everywhere for S!.2.r., price
A good Lace Curtain that sills for $1.60, full three yards
3J yard Lace Curtain, m II for $1.75, Festival price
Big lot Scrim mid Madras Curtains Selling 'from $1.00 to
89cts
76cts
$1.00
$1.25
$!..'.<?
SHOES
lighCuis worth $0.00* Festival Pr
0() High Cuts. Festival Trice
00 High ('tit, Festivol t'ricc
50 High Cuts, Festival Price
00 High Cuts. Festival Price
>(nne S|>",-:;ii Otitis and Kinds* Low Cuts.
nan's, Festival Prices
\ I'. w Odd: and Knds in CrosscttS $3.00
|<'t stival Price
Men i
All iff)
Ail -1
All $3
AII $3
ri's ;avl Hnn
$4 49
.S::.;,,.i
.<:{.::?.?
$2.00
10
11.09
Shoes for Women!
Few Odds and Ends in Low Cuts, worth ?L'J."> aud ?L50, Fesli
val Prices $1.00
Few Odds and Ends, in Strap Sandals, only small ? .:.< . worth
$1.50 and up, Festival Price V'-<-t 1
ASK To SEETHE BIG LINE OF LOW CUTS
In Queen Quality, and Xicglcr Pros, nl ? !.'?<?, and ?: 1 00
Pepperril Sheets SI .\ 00? Festival Price V? '
Sheets 71 x 90, Festival Price ',"1
Ask to see Festival treats in Qtiills, 75cts, $1 iii I $1.25
Looking for the Festival? Just follow the Crowds
and von can't go wr< ?ng.
Big Lot Ladies' White Waist!
From $1.00 up to go on sale Thursday Mori
at cents each, only two to a customer.
Some Festival Prices:
1,000 yards beautiful Figured Lawns, Fe ival price, yard I
1,000 yards sheer Printed Lawns, nc.'.' pa tern;-, yard 1
fine Mercerized suitings and > ilk mi lls, worth
25c. yard, fe.* 1 ival ('RICE, yard
FINE check ANfl) FLOWEREl> SILK mulds, WORTH Vk-.,
festiv al PRICE, yard
BIG lot PRLN'I 1 i? LAWNS, WORTH 7 1-2 TO U?c, VAitD
Festival price, yard |y >
Watch the Windows for Great and Hew Thinj
Taking Place Kach I lay
Begular 12 1
Kegular 2<'c,
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