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KEEP YOUR EYES FIXED ON US
Our Mr. D. A. Davis and Mr. W. H. Anderson
are now in New York selecting the greatest
Line of Spring Goods that will be brought
to Laurens this Season. There are New
Goods out. Be sure we will get the newest.
Famous Outfitters for all Mankind
THE "DODGING PERIOD"
of a woman's life, Is the name often given to the "change of life."
Your menses come at long intervals, and grow scantier until they
stop. Some women stop suddenly. The entire change lasts three
or four years, and it Is the cause of much p n and discomfort,
which can, however, be cured, by taking
It quickly relieves the pain, nervousness, Irritability, miserable
ness, forgetfulness, fainting, dizziness, hot and cold flashes, weak
ness, tired feeling, etc. Cardui will bring you safely through this
"dodging period," and build up your strength for the rest of your life.
At all druggists In $1.00 bottles. Try it.
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plain, sealed envelope). Address: La
dies' Advisory Dept., The Chattanooga
Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
"EVERYTHING BUT DEATH
I suffered," writes Virginia Robson,
of Easton, A\d., "until I took Cardui,
which cured me so quickly it surprised
my doctor, who didn't know I was
SOUTH CAROLINA HAPPENINGS
Briefly Paragraphed For The
B. V. Chapman has been chosen to
represent Newberry College in the
state oratorical contest.
Mr. G. H. Charles ha? resigned as
Secretary to the State Dispensary
Board of Control.
Rev. Wm. A. Pittman of Greenwood
has accepted a call to the Baptist
Church at Wards.
A polo tournament will be given at
Camden in March. The team from Or
lando, Fla., will meet the Camdenites.
Chas. G. Sherman, an operative in
the Huguenot mills, Greenville, has
brought suit for $15,000 against the
mills for injuries received by a falling
Suit was fded in Greenville on Tues
day for $2f>,000 damages against the
Southern railroad for the death of
Brakeman .7. J. McKenzie, who was
crushed between ears it Williamston.
Wade Cothran, who shot and killed
State Constable J. C. Holstein in a
street fight at McCormick 22nd of Jan
uary last, was acquitted of the charge
of murder at Abbeville.
The new owners of the Greenville
News have decided to spend $20,000 in
a new press and other improvements to
Dubois Sellers, aged 10, son of a
prominent citizen of Dillon, was run
over by a freight train and horribly
mangled last Thursday as he attempted
to cross the track in a top buggy.
At Spartanburg last Thursday the
corner-stone of the federal building,
which will bo the new homo of the
Spartanburg postotllee, was laid with
very fitting Masonic ceremonies.
Notice of Dissolution of Partnership.
We, the undersigned of the firm of
Caine & Moorman, beg to advise the
public that the firm of Caine & Moor
man, furniture dealers, has this day
been dissolved by mutual consent. Mr.
G. L. Pitts having purchased the inter
ests of Mr. .). H. Moorman in said firm
the business will be continued under tho
firm name of Caine & Pitts Furniture
Wo thank the public for past favors
and bespeak for the new firm a gener
ous share of your patronage.
w. P. Caine,
J. II. Moorman.
Laurena, S. C, February 28, 1906. M-Il
IUlfe aud WNiSKtY hauit6
? H Qua cured ut home with
I a aWm u,lt pain. 11? >V ? f par
V Bffl ticul:ns sent I ill. K,
I B. M. WOOI.I.KY, M. V.
Atlanta,iln, office 104N. imyor street.
Uladstonc'M Early .Yoyw.
When Mr. Gladstone was quite an
old wan It chanced that ho and Mr.
Chaplin wero staying nt the same coun
try house together on a visit. One
night after dinner tho Grand Old Man
asked Mr. Chaplin whether his grand
mother had not lived In a certain
street In Mnyfalr. Mr. Chaplin replied
Unit she had done so. "Well," Bald Mr.
Gladstone, "1 remember it distinctly. I
lived next door to her for awhile when
I was a child. Slio used to give even
ing parties. When the carriages were
assembled to take up, my brother and
I used to creep out of bed?it was in
tho summer time -softly open tho win
dow, get out our squlrte and discreetly
lire away at the coachmen on the
boxes. I remember tho intense delight
with which we used to see them look
up to the sky and eall out to ask each
other whether it wasn't beginning to
Notice to County Boards.
The County Hoard of Equalisation is
hereby called to meet at the- Auditor's
ollico Tuesday, March trie 6th at 11
o'clock, to attend to such business as
may come before them; and the Town
ship Boardc, of Assessors will also meet
at their respective places of meeting in
the townships March 7th to perform the
duties imposed upon thein by thestatute.
c. a. Power,
HO-It County Auditor
Noticeof Application for
NotiCe is hereby given that the un
dersigned will make application to the
Secretary of Stale, for the State of
South Carolina on the 31st of March,
1?0G, at 12.00 o'clock M., at his office in
the Capitol, at Columbia, South Caro
lina, to grant a charter for a railway
to be known as "Spartanburg & Glenn
Springs Southern Railway;" tho line of
railroad of which proposed company
shall extend from the City of Spartan
burg, to the City of Aiken, through the
City of Spartanburg and the Townships
of Spartanburg, Pacolot. Fair Forest,
Glenn Springs, Woodruff and Cross An
chor, in the County of Spartanburg,
and the townships, of Jonesville Bo
gansville, Union,Cross Keys andGoshen
Hill in the County of Union, and the
townships of Scufllelown, Laurens,
Jacks, Hunter and Cross Hill, in the
County of 1 .aureus, and townships No.
1, No. 4, No. 5, No. G, No. 7 and No. 8
in the County of New berry, and town
ships No. 1, No. 2, No. 3, No. 4, No. 5,
No. 0 and No. 7, in the County of
Saluda, and the townships of Hlocker,
Eltnwood, Moss, Pickens,. Johnston, Shaw,
Wards, Wise and Merriwether in the
County of Edgefleld, and the townships
of Chinquapin, Wards, McTier, Shaws, |
Aiken and Gregg in the County of
Aiken, nil of said counties being in the
State of South Carolina, by the most!
feasible route. The total length of
which road shall bo about 100 miles;
which corporation, if said charter is
granted, will have the power to con
demn lands for rights-of-way.
A writ ti-n declaration and petition in
accordance with Section 1917 of the
Code of South Carolina, will be filed at
or before the time of the making of
Witness our hands this 24th day of
I February, A. D., 1906. '
.1. h. Lee,
V. M. MONTCOMKUY,
A. L. White,
w. s. Montgomery,
Am;. W. Smith,
T. B. Thackston.
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THIRD ROAD FOR CLINTON.
.Will Add to the Peculiar^ Railroad Ad
vaotagcs of theTowa.
Clinton, Feb. 26th.?The surveyors of
the new road from Spartanburg to
Clinton have almost completed the
work to this point. Their camp Is only
a short distance from town now, on
Mr. Waters Ferguson's place. If the
new road is put through, Clinton's rail
road advantages will be superior to any
The D. A. K.'s gave a recital on
Thursday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. W. J. Bailey, the proceeds to be
used in commemorating the brave deeds
of South Carolina Revolutionary sol
Rev. N. J. Holmes has been In town
for the past few days, holding services
in Copeland's Hall. Mrs. Holmes ac
companied him and they arc the guests
of Mrs. Workman at the Hotel.
Messrs. W. D. Copeland and J. R.
Copcland attended the K. of P. ban
quet in Columbia last week.
, Mrs. Goo. Fllis and little daughter
have returned from an extended trip in
Georgia and the lower section of South
Messrs. Ales Powell of Kock Hill and
C<i<>. Wileox and Alexander of Georgia,
old College students, were among the
visitors last week.
Prof. A. V. Martin visited the Capi
tal Friday and Saturday.
~Miss Grace Martin entertained the
Nation Club on Thursday evening.
Mrs. W. B. Owens and Mrs. Edgar
Owens paid a short visit to friends in
Columbia last week.
For Infants and Children.
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QUICKEST AND BEST ROUTE
To Savannah, WaycroRs, Jacksonville and
all Florida Points, via Charleston
and Western Carolina Railroad.
Arrive Jacksonville, 8:40 a. m.
Thrugh Pullman Sleeping Car Service
between Augusta and Jacksonville.
Close connections made at Jackson
ville for all points South.
Round trip Winter Tourist Excursion
tickets to Florida points on sale.
GEO. T. BRYAN,
General Agent, Greenville, S. C.
C. H. Gasque, Agt., Laurens, S. C.
Ernest Williams, G.P.A., Augusta, Ga.
Consumers of Incandescent Lights
must have meters placed by April 1st
next, as flat rate will be prohibited af
ter that date.
By order of Council.
L. G. Balle,
1:60 p. m.
10:30 p. m.
2:50 a. m.
6:05 a. m.
tor Big Crops
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feri.iiixcr proved perfect by twenty-one years of great
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iV5<3ci<3 with Fish
Fish scrap is used in every ton of Farmers' Bone, insuring nourishment
under all crop conditions and making it famous as a crop saver. Look
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IIICRIC'S TIE HC SA I.ES RECORD
THINK ?XA TIDE CROP RECORD
1900 58,455 TONS
SB ROYSTER GUANO GO.
Tarboro, N. O.
IKS FURNITURE C
Successors to Caine & Moorman.
The New Furniture Store!
Mr. Q, L. Pitts has purchased the interest of Mr. J. H. Moorman in the firm of Caine & Moorman, and the
business will hereafter be known as Came Sz Pitts Furniture Company.
All kinds of
Furniture and Jewelry
will be sold cheaper
than ever known
To introduce the new company to the pub=
lie we will make the following spe=
cial prices on the lines named be=
low, beginning1 Monday,
$ 2.25 Beds reduced to $1.98
12.50 Dressers reduced to 9.48
8.50 Dressers reduced to 6.98
5.25 Wash Stands reduced to 3.23
Qo-carts reduced to cost so as to make
room for our large spring stock.
Now is the time to
purchase Japanese and
while they are go=
ing so cheap.
We have some very beautiful Couches in genuine and imitation Leather and Velour Sofas and Folding Lounges we would like to show you
before you buy elsewhere.
? CAINE & PITTS FURNITURE COMPANY.
Ben-Delia Block Between Dodson and Palmetto Drug Stores.
Laurens, South Carolina