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Did you ever notice how eagerly the corn-fed horse seeks grass in the Spring?
Not solelyjbecause he'a hungrr, instinct tells him he needs it. His syst? m de
mands a tonic and purgative to drive out impurltives, and the young tender
grass is his natural medicine. All animal nature craves its particular "Spring
Tonic" and purifier and none have greater need of it than the human animal,
Man, because none give their digestive organs so much abuse. All men ac
knowledge nature's cry for relief f om Winter impurities, but there [are thous
ands who do nothing to satisfy this need, and it is among these that aisease
reaps its harvest of death every year. The man who knows the value of a
strong vigorous body when hot weather works a drain upon his strength will
x use for a couple of weeks in the early Spring a good blood purifier and system
regulator and where can you find a fetter remedy for this purpose than
PRICKLY ASH BITTERS; the great blood, liver and bowel cleanser and
system regulator that has done so much for working people. It vitalizes the
blood and puts the entire system in condition for Summer work. Try it.
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Here is a victim of neglec\ J Bad d'g stion
was the slarting point. He ignoied the warnings sent op by an overloaded and suffer ?
ing stomach, hence the disorder spread until it has seriously weakened the entire di
gestive apparatus, involving the kidneys, liver and bowels. It is the- beginning of ?
sick spell. .
A "person in this state of health finds work a burden. Strength and energy
are'gcne, Le <an't eat with relish, he is tired, cross, nervous and dull?a truly uselest
and disagreeable person. The worst part about it is that such a person is liable to take any dangerous disease
that may be about. Germs floating in the air are carried into the lungs and thence into the system where, they
find conditions just suited to their growth. Pneumonia, Consumption, Bright's Disease, Cholera, Typhoid or Yel
low Fever, Malaria, Small Pox?any of these diseases would find in him an easy mark "because his system is weakened
by impurities which are poisoning his very life-blcod. In this condition a powerful system cleanser and regulator
is urgently nen'ed to waid cfF misery end expense, ai d lor such purpose viliat more effective remedy can be found
than the justly celebrated
A Remedy That Has Proved Its Value For Blood, Kidney, and Bowel Disordeis Iir a Bril
liant Record Of Cures Performed.
It is the RIGHT medicine for such purpose, the best and greatest; blood purifier, system cleanser and regulator.. It combir.es the fine tonic propertie
of a kidney medicine, stomach, liver and blood purifier, with a genial strengthening and regulating influence in the bowels. This grand remedy BEGINS
RIGHT by purifying the bladder and bowels, thereby getting rid of the accumulated poisons which have caused all the trouble.. i.fterfcthis has been accom
plished the healing and restorative element in PRICKLY ASi BITTERS will continue the good work. It will gently urge the vital organs to a better and more
complete performance of their duties, give them strength and tone and promote harmony of action throughout the body. When the system has been cleared
of obstructions, aud-the kidneys resume fully their office of Purifying the Blood, the general condition takes an upward turn. Appetite and digestion are
improved, the eyes are brighter, the strength returns, the hollow cheeks fill out, the complexion loses that sallow, muddy cast, giving place to a clear skin
and ruddy glow. These are the signals of returning health, and they bring that thrill and joy of living and interest in life's duties that orly thore in per- -
feet health enjoy.
There are unscrupulous dealers who will try to sell you something which they say is just as good as ppickly ash
bitters.i DON'T TAKE IT. They are tryirg to increase profit at your expense. Get the genuine with the arge
figure 3 in red on the front label; it will give you the results you desire. Put bp in 19 ounce bottles. Price 81.00.
Dr. J.G. Wannamaker MTg Co.,
HOIEEK 8IOP8 W?DDIMG.
.Separated Oaup le as they Stood Be
The .coarse of true love, it develop
ed last MoDdiy received a rude shoes:
when E. A. Turner, of Higgstown,
and Miss Pearl Coleman, of Savannah
were not married as tney had hoped
As the words "I pronounce yon
man and wife" hung on the Ups of
Bav. BobertVanaeventer, the mother
of the would-be brid j dashed in upon
the assemblage. Striking apart the
two hands taat were about to ba
Baalted forever, sha forbade the mar
Hrlage. Fainting, the bride fell to the !
?floor and the groom stood with star
flag eyes at the prevention of the
i fulfillment of his long planned elope*
Dr. Yandeventer, too startled tJ
flfceak* for an instant, held- the mar
riage license loosely in his band. This
was the mother's opportunity; she
clutched the lloanse and defied the
minister to proceed. Dr. Yandeven
ter begged that she allow the wedding
ceremony to go on. To this she was
obdurate. The would be bride was
resuscitated, the wedding assembly
dispersed and Miss Pearl, the 14-year
old bride that was to be, returned dls
car sol ate to ber borne.
The mother is Mrs. Elisa A. Cole
man. The would he groom is the
owner of a sawmill at Higgstown.
The wedding ceremony wasiuterupted
at the home of Mrs. N. F. Co-vart,
the irate mother's slater, at 6?7 West
Br^ad street Sav mnah.
Lait Monday Mr. Turner renewed
hie t flirts to win the mother's con
sent, but Mrs Oi leman was uerelent
ing apparently. Saa sild her daugh
ter must wilt five years When the
license was sec >red the girl was given
as eighteen. Sae wears short dress
A ffan'on Murder.
Jared Davis, a farmer wbo was shot
last Wednesday by Jonas Hicks, a ne
gro farm hand, at Americus, Ga ,
died Thursday, the bullet havi? g pen
etrated the abdorren. The shr otlrg
was whol'y unwarranted and feelini?
against Hicks runs high. Judge
Llttlf j )hn wil< be petitl >ned to con
vene a special term of court for his
Thrf w H'mneiif In Front of Train
An unidentified man, about twenty
five years old. threw hlns?lf In front
of an elevated tra'n at 42J street and
21 averue Thursday and wss killed.
A note b ;ck found upon the body bore
upon its fly leaf the inscriptfor:
"Henry Peterson, bandmaster, U. S.
E. S., Franklin navy yard, Norfolk,
At Tcccoa, Ga., fire of an unknown
origin destroyed the l?igp cotton plat
form ard warehouse of Inman, Akers
and Inmao, the plant of the Atlanta
Compress company, Eeven hutdred
bales of cotton a^d seven loaded
freight cars. The loss is placed a:
#150.300 fully insured.
Fi cu>iar Occident.
Jack Myers, a young white can.
met a peculiar death at Hampisvllle
Ga,, Wednesday. He was an electric
lineman. While loadfn? a lot r f poles
the hook he was using in the work
slipped, flew back and biokehis neck
I He died instantly.
tiaroe loo Late,
I TM?? sad story c mes from Savan
nah, Ga., Hubert L^e Harper diet
Wednesday in the state asylum ad
Mtl'edgeiiUe. On Sept 27 he was in
jured at Savan ah by a C ntral rail
way engine. Suit was brought and a
verdict for $15,000 rendered in his
favor, and this was affirmed just a
few days a*o by the supreme court
Mr. Harper was born in Augusta and
wa* thirty-four years old He leaves
a widow and three obildren. The
injuries he received ia the acoi
dent caused bim to be sent to the
sn >w and Kam,
A dispatoh fro it Washington says
the whol i couutry is experiencing the
effects of the prevailing storm with
temperatures below the average for
this time of the year. There have
bsen ' heavy rains In the South and
snow in the North. The storm be
gan Sunday nighr, in the South and
extended into New England, New
York, the lower lake region and the
upper 0'iio .alley whpre the rain
turned into snow Monday. The
rivers in the Stares of Mlfsissipp',
Georgia and Alabama and the Oarr*
1-nas are b*nk full, and stages abrvi
the dinger Une are expec^d tomor
row ia a m j >rity of the big wa'er
w*78. Six ircVs of snow Ml in New
York and In Chicago the fall was
equally as beivv.
Take ? pe?p at ib? E isto-by moor -
Hear,. Ride on the Ferris wheel et
the Grand Spring Festival. April
3 to 7.
Bars Men from Employment
Every line of business is beginning to
shut its doors absolutely to drinking men.
Business competition has becomeso keen
that only men of steadfast habits can. find
Employers do not want men that are ad
dicted to drink. A drinking man is not in I
Ht condition to handle responsible work.
Continual drinking diseases the nerve
system. No "willpower" can care; trcat
Cures Whiskey and Beer Habit
Take OEEINE Quietly at Hornel
To cure without patient's knowledge,
buy ORRINE No. 1; for voluntary treat
ment, buy ORR1NE No. 2. Price, $1.00 per
Cure Effected or Money Refunded
Book on "Drunkenness" (sealed) free on
request. ORR1NE mailed (sealed) on re
ceipt of $1 by THE ORRINE CO., Inc.,
W.-ishingtpn, 15. C, or sold in this city by 36
ONE 9x12 ATLAS STEAM En
gine, 20 horse power, in good
workirg order, having just recently
been O' erhaulei. D. A. Sprinkle.
3-15-2* Orangeburg, S. C.
The Bowman Laud and Improvement Co.
? f HE ANNUAL MEETING FOE
N X the Hection of Office?s of said com
p.m* and such other business as may
c??me before it, will be held at the
otlice of Samuel Dibble, corner of
Cuurch and St. Paul Streets, Orange
I burg, S. ,up stairs) on Monday,
April 2. 1006, at- noon. Shareholders
please au end or send proxies.
L. V. Dibble Sam'l. Dibble,
State of South Carolina, County of
Orangeburg. By Kobt. E. Copes,
Esquire," Probate Judge.
Whereas, J M. Kaminer and P^rry
L. Crider hath made suit to me, to
grant them Letters of Administration
of the Estate of and effects of J. W.
Tht se are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and Creditors, of the said deceased,
that they be and appear before me, in
the Court of Probate, to be held at
Orangeburg C H.. on March 23rd,
1906, next after publication thereof, at
II oclock in the'forenoon, to show
cause, if any they have, why the said
Administration should not be granted.
v Given under my Harrd; this 9tb day
of March, Anno~ Domini 1906.
3-15 Bobt. E Copes,
[l. s.] Judge of Probate.
Notice T?? Creditor^
State of South Carolina, County of
O. -ngeburg. In Common Pleas.
Ada U. Johnson, Plain1 iff, against
nat iey M. Johnson, et al., Defendants
By virt re of tlie a thority vested
I in me. all creditors against, the estate
of II. R Johnson, deceased, are here
by required to prove their respective
demands before me. on or before March
23,1906, or be debarred payment.
Bobt. E. Copes,
Judge of Probate, as Special Her?, ree.
Summons For Relief.
The State of South Caroiina, County
of Orangeburg. Court of Common
Savannah Grocery Company, acor
p'Tation duly chartered under and by
virt ore of t e laws of the State of
Georgia. Plaintiff against A. L. Solo
mons, Bank of Orangeburg, a corpora
tion of i he laws of the Slate of South
Carolina, Samuel Meinhard, M. H.
Schaul. and Henry S. Meinhard, co
partners doing business under the b'rm
name of Meinhard. Schau I & Co., De
fendants. Copy Summons. For Be
lief. (Complaint Served )
Tc the defendants above named you
are hereby summ- ned and required to
answer t he cum plaint in this action of
which a copy is herewith served upon
you, and io serve a copy of your answer
to the said complaint on the subscrib
er at his office urangeburg, S. O..
within twenty days after the service
hen of: exclusive of the day of such
service; and if you fail to answer the
complaint within the time aforesaid,
the plaintiff in this action will apply
to the Court for the relief demanded
in the complaint.
Dated February 20th, 1906.
To Samuel Meinhard, M. H. Schoul
and Henry t>. Meinhard, co-partnprs,
trading as Meinhard, Schau! & Co.,
not-resident defendants: please take
not ic3 that the summons, of which a
copy is hereto annexed was tiled in the
otlice of the Clerk of Court, for Orange,
burg County, State of South Carolina
on the twentieth day of February,
1S06. A. W. Summers.
G. L. Salley, C. C. P. [seal. 1
The Largest and Most Complete Es
Geo. S. Hacker & Sor
Doors, Sash. Blinds, Moldings,
Building Mi erial.
Sash, Weights, Co HardwareVard
Hardware & Ready-MixedPaint.
Charleston, S. C.
Four Fer Cent.
INTEREST ALLOWED PROM
DATE Ol? DEPOSIT.
KING STREET. Opposite Hasell.
t lurleiton. ?. C.
John B Reeves Prpnidpn*;.
31-1 3 ? B. B. Htlchrist Cashier.
Successor to Dr. L. C Shecut,
8.30 a. m. to 1 p. m ; 8 p. m. to 5 p m.
Sooviile Bldfi, Oranjjeburpr, S. C.
Physicians and Surgeons,
City and County Calls Accetped.
Lowman Drug Company,
Orangeburg. S L
-vroTiCE or .application for
XN the appointment of Robert E.
Copes. Esquire. Judge of Probate for
the County of Oi angeburg, as guard an
uf the estates of Sallie M Carroll and
Nathaniel Carroll, Minors.
Notice is hereby jtiveu that the un
dersigned will make appl'calinn to the
Honorable O G. Dantzler, Judge of
tfie First Ci'cuit, at his Chambers in
the City of Orangeburg, S. C, on the
23rd day of Marco, llJu(5, at ten o'clock
a. m., or as soon thereafter as the pe
titioner can be heard, for an ord >r ap
pointing Robert E. (opes, Judge of
Probate for the County of Orantreourg,
i guardian of the estates of Sallie M.
j Carroll and Katbaniel Carroll, minors
I of the the respective ages of seventeen
and thirteen years. Said minors are
each entitled" to a distributive share
in the es'ate of their father, the late
Nathaniel E. Carroll; each of the
Shares of the said minors being Five |
hundred thirty four 90 1C0 dollars;
that said minors have no generil or I
testamentary guarualn and this appli
cation is made for the reason that no
lit, competent or responsible person
can be found who is willing to accept
j said trust. Maud Zkigleb,
Mar. 12,1906. Sister oi said minors.
Orangeburg, S. C. 3-15-2.
THE BEST PROTECTION
against the decay of yoor property, is a cov ring of a good paint. By the use of an article that is
known to be reliable, many a dollar is saved by avoiding the decay of woodwork, and the many car
penter's bills, which are otherwise sure to appear. When you contemplate painting, don't hesitate
Its covering capacity, economy ol
cost, and brilliancy of color, are a
few of i s qualities that pave placed
it foremost in the list of prepared
Wheu'painting with Stag Brand,
there is that easy and restful feeling
that you will get a satisfactory job,
and one that will stand years of
'One Qalluu makes Two."
Ptag Brand Semi-Paste Paint is made to stand.all kinds of weather and climate, and is not impair
ed under conditions, that would be poisonous to other makes. Don't let your dealer tell you he has
samething just as good?theie is nothing ujust as good as Stag Brand;"'
For Sale by
J. W. Smoak,
Greatest Millinery Opening, I
Wednesday and Thursday, 28-29. |
Springe* Olioicest Hats.
The styles this season are above t he former season in point of beauty and becoming attractiveness.
The shapes are pleasing lo almost every individuality. There has never been a larger, prettier or more up
to-date Millinery Opening than will he seen at PIKE'S Wednesday. 2Sfh and Thursday 29th.
MI>S ELLIOTT, ou head Trim nur from the North, has displayed great taste in the making of
these Hats, which she will be pleased lo show every one.
We make as ecialty of HATS FOR CHILDREN. We can show more of these dainty little hats
than ever before. Mrs. Angie C. Wilson who has charge of our Millinery Department will be please to have
her friends come and inspect her stock.
Wednesday 28, Tlixirscla^r 29,
SPRING OPENING DAYS.
JINfO. O. PIKE, JR Inc.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
Seven MQBon boies sold in past 12 months. Tbis Signatare, ?
In Two Days,