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The Lucky Number, will
bring good luck to you if
you buy your goods during
Nine Days Red Hot Sale.
RED HOT SELLING!
IS IN FULL BLAST!
Come Join the Immense Crowds that Throng Our Store Daily!
Our Immense $29,000 Stock of Desirable and Seasonable Merchandise Must Go at a GREAT SACRIFICE!
400 dozen King's Spool Thread, per
144 Agate Shirt Buttons, 3c.
Pins, Needles, Hair Pins, Key Chains,
Pencils and Toilet Soaps, each lc.
500 Search Light Matches, 3c.
1,000 Oregon Matches, 4c.
10-cent can Good Luck Baking Pow
5-cent can Good Luck Baking Pow
1 pound Farm Bell Soda, 3c.
3 packages of Gold Dust, 10c.
3 packages of Premium Washing
1 box Celluloid Starch, 3c.
12 cakes Victory Soap, 25c.
5 cakes Good Washing Soap, 5c.
5-cent cake Toilet Soap, 4c.
7 cakes Fairbank's Tar Soap, 25c.
10-cent can Mendleson's Lye, 5c.
10-cent bottle Machine Oil, 3c.
15-cent plug Brown Mule Tobacco, 8c.
15-cent plug Silver Dime Tobacco, 8c.
15-cent plug Schnapp's Sweep Stakes
and Hickory Tobacco, 9c.
1 pound Good Stick Candy, 7c.
1 pound Good Nuts worth 20c. at 10c.
300 dozen Coats' Spool Thread, 4c.
Our line of Dry Goods, Laces, Em
broideries and Ribbons are complete.
We can't list all, but you will find ev
erything marked in plain figures far be
low New York cost.
9,000 yards Embroidery, in good pat
terns, this will be in 3 lots, at 4c, 8c
and 10c per yard.
12 l-2c and 15c Ribbons, per yard 10c.
We have a big line of Laces to go in
this sale at prices far below any ever
shown in Laurens.
2,000 yards Standard Calicos, in red,
blue and lights, 3 l-2c.
3,000 yards Ginghams and Cham
17 yards Poe Mill Bleaching at $1.00.
Big lot Outing on remnant table, 4c.
4,000 yards good Cotton Check, 4 l-2c.
Good heavy White Cloth, 6c.
12 l-2c Ginghams, 9c.
12 l-2c Percales, 8c.
12 l-2c Lawns, Pk's and Waistings,
Special lot White Lawn, 4c.
Our line of Ladies' Dress Goods, Ta
ble Damask, and in fact everything in
the Dry Goods department will have to
go during this sale.
1,000 5-cent Handkerchiefs, 2c.
2,000 Men's and Ladies' Handker
Big lot Silk Stfing and Four-in-Hand
Ties, 8c, 15c and 18c.
50-cent Underwear, 33c.
25-cent Underwear, 18c.
250 Dress Shirts at 23c.
700 50-cent Dress Shirts, 35c.
$1.00 Dress Shirts, 69c.
Big lot 50-cent Work Shirts, 37c.
Big lot 40-cent Work Shirts, 29c.
1200 pairs Suspenders, 3c, 5c, 8c, 10c,
15c and 19c.
Big line Men's and Ladies' Hosiery,
4c, 5c, 6c, 8c and 12 l-2c.
100 dozen Cluett-Peabody Collars, 4c.
2C0 dozen good Linen Collars, 8c.
100 dozen good Rubber Collars, 13c.
A big line of Towels will be sold in
this sale at 4c, 7c, 9c, 11c and 18c.
Big line of White Quilts, 48c, 69c, 87c,
98c and $1.18.
Big lot 25-cent Wool Baby Caps, 13c.
Our line of Table Covers will be
thrown out in lots at 23c, 39c, 63c, 79c
Big lot of Underskirts, 39c, 67c, 89c
Big line Dress Skirts from 98c, $1.19,
$1.67, $1.94 and $2.87.
3,000 pair Pants from 45c, 69c, 87c,
$1.09, $1.17, $1.32, $1.45, $1.96 and $2.83.
1,000 Men's and Youth's Suits, $1.97,
$2.46, $3.39. $4.73, $5.83, $6.38, $8.42
2,000 Men's and Boys' Hats, 13c, 19c,
37c, 48c, 63c, 78c, $1.17, $1.43, $1.67 to
John B. Stetson, $2.90.
Who says Shoes are up? Not us.
6,000 pair Men's, Ladies' and Chil
dren's Shoes, 10c, 17c, 43, 57c, 79c, 91c,
$1.09, $1.73, $2.16 and $2.84.
Big line of Caps, 4c, 8c, 13c, 18c, 29c.
Big line Boys' Knee Pants, 17c, 23c,
39c, 48c and 57c.
1 Eight-Day Clock, $1.73.
6 Sewing Machines, $11.73 and $16.37.
Alarm Clocks, 59c.
Watches, 61c, 87c, 98c, $1.19 to $12.19.
All $1.00 bottles of Patent Medicines
All 50-cent bottles, 33c.
All 25-cent bottles, 16c.
Good White Plates, 24c and 35c.
Good Decoratdd Plates, 45c and 57c.
Cups and Saucers, 37c and 58c.
Complete line of Crockery, Tin and
Glass Ware to be sold at cost during
Big line Rugs, Picture Frames, Mir
rors and Art Squares to close out at
Remmember the Date,
Saturday, February 3rd.
Is the Talk of the
Whole Town and County. There's something going on. They are selling out their entire stock.
changes will take place in our business about March 1st.
Yes several big
More than 5,000 Tons Sold in Laurens County within Three Years,
Without a Single Complaint.
It is scarcely necessary to lay stress on the superiority of the Royster Fertilizer.
Those who have used it willingly testify to its merits, as follows:
Oka, S. C. November 17th, 1905.
Dr. W. C. Irby, Agent R S. Royster Guaup Co., Laurens, S. C.
Dear Sir:?Replying to your inquiry of recent date in regard to the result of my ex
perience with Royster's Fertilizers for this year, I beg to advise that last ?Spring I bought
of your Royster's Atlantic Brand, and on two acres I used 1,000 pounds per acre, preparing
the land thoroughly, putting in all the Fertilizer at one time and sub-soiling after putting
in the Fertilizer. I secured a yield of six bales on the two acres. On seven other acres,
similarly prepared, with the same amount of Fertilizer, I secured a yield of fifteen bales.
The analysis of the Fertilizer used was 8-3-3. The average weight of these bales of cotton
was 425 pounds. It is needless to say that the seasons this year were very favorable, and I
gave the cultivation of this cotton special attention, and that the land had been brought up
to a high state of cultivation.
(Signed) W. J. FLEMING.
Dr. W. C. Irby, Laurens, S. C.
Dear Sir:?In reply to yours of recent date, we beg leave to say that we have used
Royster's Fertilizers exclusively for the last four years. The results have been most satis
factory. We believe them to be the best goods we have ever used. Farmers' Bone is the
brand of ammoniated goods we have used, and we consider Royster's 10-4 Acid as good
as the average standard guano.
W. H. HUDGKNS.
J. A. P. MOORK,
Where the eye can detect the difference in Fertilizers, the yield by the use of Roys
ter/s is increased more than a hundred pounds to the acre. It is to the interest of the farmer
to get the best, and it has been demonstrated that the Royster brand produces the largest
yield?the best proof that you ought to
Use the Best Fertilizer, Namely, Royster's.
W. C. IRBY, Agent.
*?-For Sale by OWINGS & BOBO, R. P. MILAM & CO., and other merchants
in Laurens and throughout the County.
"Oh, I AM SO TIRED!"
Is heard daily from old and young, rich and poor. Did you over stop and consider
the cause of this remark? We will venture to say nine cases out of ten arc
caused by improper digestion. This, or other symptoms of Indigestion such as
nervousness, nausea, heart-burn, sour stomach, flatulency and despondency,
should be a warning to you who arc in danger of having indigestion, the great
est enemy of American health to-day, fasten its merciless fangs on your health.
Remember, "A Stitch in time saves nine", and a bottle of the celebrated
Helium's Sure Cure for Indigestion has saved untold misery to people in many
parts of this broad land, by curing them permanently of this miserable disease.
Yes, not like the pepsin digestives that help for a time, but cure:; permanently
by causing the digestive organs to perform their functions. Nature being such
a great rectifier of its own ills, with the assistance of this powerful medicine,
gives you a healthy stomach and removes indigestion and its symptoms perma
nently Sold on a $5.00 guarantee. 50 cents and $1.00 per bottle at
Laurens Drug Company.
Is often caused by sores, ulcers and
cancers, that eat away your skin. Win.
Bedell, of Plat Rock, Mich., says: "I
have used Bucklen's Arnica Salve for
Ulcers, Sores and Cancers. It is the
best healing dressing I ever found."
Soothes and heals cuts, burns and
scalds. 25 cents at Laurens Drug Co.
and Palmetto Drug Co. Guaranteed.
L. & M Paint. Lead and Zinc. Wears
10 or 15 years. Saves paint bills. L. &
M. costs about $1.20 per gallon. W. L.
Boyd, Laurens, S. C. 14?13t.
ttie Kind You Have Always Bought
For Infants and Children.
J. D. Runyan, of Butlerville, O., laid
the peculiar disappearance of his pain
ful symptoms of indigeston and bili
ousness to Dr. King's New Life Pills.
He s.?ys; '"They are a perfect remedy
for d.zziness, sour stomach, headache,
constipation, etc." Guararteed at Lau
rens Drug Co. and Palmetto Drug Co.
The lire backs in all size.' and styles
of Buck's stoves are warranted for 15
years. If you want a rooi! stove be
sure to see our line before you buy. S.
M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
We have just received a shipment of
graphophonea and records consisting of
all the latest songs and band pieces. Be
sure to see our line as one of these
fjraphophones and a selection of records
will be a good home entertainer for your
friends and family. S. M. & E. H.
Wdkes & Co.
Our line of Japanese and (3hine.se mat
tings for the spring hade has arrived,
and you will find in this line patterns in
the latest and prettiest combinations of
colors and weaves. S. M. & E. H.
Wilkes & Co.
County License for Traffic in Seed Cot
ton and Unpacked Lint Cotton.
Pursuant to an Act of the General
Assembly of the State of South Caro
lina, approved the 18th day of Febru
ary, A. D. 1905, Entitled: '"'An Act To
Regulate The Traffic in Seed Cotton
and Unpacked Lint Cotton," the Hoard
of County Commissioners of Laurens
County has, at its annual meeting held
on Tnesday the 2nd day of January, A.
1). 1906, fixed a license on Traffic in
Seed Cotton and Unpacked Lint Cotton,
within the county, in the sum of Two
Hundred and Fifty Dollars. All licen
ses to be issued by the Clerk of Court,
of Common Pleas. Such license to con
tinue in force for the period of one
year from the date of issue.
Done at Laurens, S. C. this 2nd day
of January, A. D. 1906.
H. b. Humbert,
J. D. Mock, County Clerk.
Bmti the 1 h9 K|ntl Vou Han Always Bought
Furniture, Uewelry and China
Call and Ask for Prices
Bargains in Every Department
The New Furniture Store
Caine & Moorman
Laurens, South Carolina
for Big Crops
Fewer acres, lighter labor, larger yields?a happy
combination secured with FARMERS' BONE, the
fertilizer proved perfect by twenty-one years of great
crops from Southern soil. Farmers' Bone is richest in
balanced food for every stage of plant growth from planting
time till harvesting, and is suited to a great diversity of crops,
from cotton to corn, wheat to small truck.
IS/lade witH F"isH
Fish scrap is u:cd in every ton of Farmers' Bone, insuring nourishment
under aii crop conditions and making it famous as a crop saver. Look
for the Royster trade mark.
HERE'S THE SAIJvS RECORD
THINK OF THE CROP RECORD
1685 250 TONS
1890 1,600 TONS
190O 58,455 TONS
Norfolk, v?. p ?? RQYSTER GUANO 00. Tn^o(N.o.
Columbia, S.O. u" UV??IfcH UWNHU UVi Macon. Ga.