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Seep or Every Farm.
We have always held that th
farm where sheep ought not t
be kept was arare one. Farm
devoted mainly to other branche
of farming' may well afford t
keep a small band of sheel
Among the reasons given by
writer in one of our exchange
why sheep should be kept o
every farm are these:
They ought to be kept to aE
sist in tidying up the farm.
This they will do if they ur
given half a chance in the weed
they will consume, in the wa
that they will trim up the gras
in lanes and paddocks in fenc
borders and even on the sides c
the highway. They will gleai
amid the stubbles and will . fo
low up in pastures where othe
stock have grazed. But fe
weeds or plants will escape the:
notice. They have a variety <
feed at all seasons of the ye.
and will thrive inch better tha:
when confined to one article
They ought to be kept, since
virtually costs next to nothing t
keep them, is the way a writ(
puts it in an exchange. Ti
farmer will shake his head an
say they must be fed in winte
That is true. But they only r<
quire to be fed when the groun
is covered, and when so fed the
only consume three or for
pounds of dry food per day. I
the summer they not only pic
their living without cost, but the
labor through all the summ<
season for the well being of ti
farm. The weeds that one shee
will consume in the summer ai
about as mauf or more than tl
average farm boy can be pe
suaded to destroy in a sing
season. In a certain sense, ther
fore, a small band of sheep
wage-earners. The offset to t
wage-earning is the extra feucir
required to keep the sheep
place. Of course, on a grai
farm it would not pay to fen<
the whole farm in order to ei
close a small band of sheep. B1
where a rational farming is ca
ried on, more or less fencii
will be maintained on the farr
even where grain growing is tl
chief object of pursuit.
They ought to be kept to sul
ply the farmer with meat duri"
the warm months of the yea
No more delicious meat can 1
furnished at such- seasons, ai
none is more' wholesome. T]
farmer can in this.way, get mu<
of his meat supply in summen
and get it virtually without coe
since the pasture which mak!
Whe inntton would otherwise I
lost, or at least much of it woul
They ought to be kept, sin
under such conditions they<
remarkably well. Sheep nev,
do so well as when a small bar
-of them are allowed~ to roa
about over a farm as occasit
may require gathering up feed
ma.ny kinds as may suit the app
tite. Call them scavengers if yc
like while thus engaged. The
are happy scavengers. Diseat
of any kind will seldom overtal
them when they have buch libert
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Tak e Laxative Bromro Quinine Tabh
All druggists refund the money if
fails to cure. E. WV. Grove's signatu
i~o ahbox. 253c.
Robbing Bird's Nests.
This is the season when son
boys and even those of matur
age destroy, not only birds nest
but the builders thereof. Th
is a clear vi'>4ltion of the gan
law and unlbss the practice
stopped sportsme~n are dete:
mined to take vi:gorous action.
In the eves of the true lover<
the gun and a p)ointer dog, it is
wanton outrange to slaugtrt
birds at this season of the yea
There is no need to dilate on :
harm it does, and whin:t the cv
will lead to. If the~ birds are n<
allowed to ra'se their brooJ,
they are killed in the springtim:
their nests destro-:ed, the tim
will come, and righ t g:ickly, to<
when there w;Il be~ . dearth<
feathiered game in ts coun!tr'
Sportsmen e.oetiny urg.e the
these violations of thm -am law~
cease, else some" ueed~ sserso
will find himuself en1tangled in th
meshes of justic.-RoLck Hi
A wVom1an lm1: hii. h:il e:<perhi
with ti:-> disease, tells hIow to4 pre~vei
any dlangerouis conise'jUIuence from i
She s:avs: Our three ebildren too
whoi~n~ g rouigh last suunne ur, our b ah
- owmiig to our VIIgivin i ( hamIo e
lain's 'ogh l1*-ne ly, t hey Iiost no.
of their piumpuetc.s and11 c:une ti
whlose~ parenlts dal tnot use~ this rieed.
Our oldest lit tle irl would call lusiil
for cough syrup h et ween who >ps.-J ::
sn.: PIN m :'. 1 .u.!>, Sperinier!!le, Alh
This Retmiedy is for salh e. y 3Inst(
C en:er. R a Ecurs:cus.
e On account of annual meeti:
General. Assembily .p the Presb:
s terii reb, Jacksor. Miss
s May 14-27, 1)2, Southern lai
way announces rate of one firs
clss fare for the round trip i
a: Jackson, Miss., and return, fro
s all points; tickets will be so
a May 12, 13, and 14, with fin
limit May 30, 1902. The Sout]
e Railway in connection wil
the'Q. & C., via Birmingham,
e most direct route to Jackson.
s Ou account of annual meetii
y of Southern Educational Associ
tion, Chattanooga, Tenn., Ju
e 1-4, 1902, Southern Railway a
> nouuces rate one first-class fa
n for the round trip, pius $2.4
membership fee, to Cliattanooi
r a-id return, from all points. Dat
v of sale June 27 to July 1st, i
r c'usive, with final limit to July
>f 1902, except that by deposit
r tickets with joint agent on or b
n fore July 6th and payment of f
>f of lifty cents an extension of n
later than September 10th m,
t b obtained. Persons living
0 unimportant points should noti
r agent of date in advance on whi
e they wish to leave so that he c
d provide proper tickets for thei
r. The Southern Railway affor
quickest lines and best servic
d For information apply to ai
y agent of the Southern Railw,
r or connecting lines.
k Sciatic Rheumatism Cured After Foi
teen Years of Suffering.
"I have been afflicted with scia
rheunatis for fourteen years," so
e Jcsh Edgar, of Germantown, Cal.
p waj :ble to be around but constani
e suffered. I tried everything I cot
hear of and at last told to try Cha
e berlain's Pain Bairn, which I did a
- was innnediatcly relieved and in
le short time cured, and I ani hap>y
say it has not since returned."
not ut; this liniment and get well?
E is for sale by McMaIster Co.
is - - -
8 Up north many amen corn
.n republicaLs are organizing
a quit buying meat after the miid
e (of MYa. Their purpose is
1 break down the beef trust, whi
it has since new year advanced t
- price of fresh meats two to thr
g cents 1per pound. Whether thi
a schem works as they propose
1e fails .he expe:iment will
doubt be helpful to their heali
- for most people eat too mu
tg animal food.
r. - In the South the women c
> put an end to such extortion
dshort order by giving niore
e8 ten tion to their poultry.
h husbands will only supply t
r, needed food, fences, coop)s, &
tthere will be no doubt of th<
I Won't Follow Advice After Payi
Lo In a rec!ent article a p)romient p]
esiciani says, "1 is next to imipos.sible
dthe physician to get his patients
carry out any p)rescribedl course
mhygiene or dieti to the smallest exte
lihe has hu.t one resort left, namely, 1
f>drugt treatmient." When medicines
usedl for chirqnic constipation, the mn
mnild andl gentle obtainable, such
01 Chambrerhdin's Stomach & Liver T:'
y lets, sh'ould be emiployced. Their us<
lio ntfoIlwb conistipationl as tl
leave the bowels in a natural a
ehealthy condition. For saile by 3
A Handsome Legacy.
The Thornwell Orphanage,
eClinton, S. C., a most deservi
institution and one of the fin<
eharities in the South, has:
cen tly had the good fortune
receive a legacy of ten thousa
e dollars from the late Mrs. Le
rof New York. The Orphanv
and Rev. W. P. Jacobs, its for
Ider, are to bie congratulatedl up
e,thme rdceipt of so maunificent
SY)u K(oon What You Ar3 Taking
Wnoutake Gro0ve's rTsteless ('I
a To, Incas the form~zula is plail
r~' pri '. < n every; bot tle shmowinIg tha
r.i nlyion ~and Qiinie in a ta.
rles, :on'. No Cure, No Pa". 500.
T ount y tr casur'ers now h
tf ht to "charge 50 ceuts
-tax execution. So sa
ro a']er General Derba:
r ..21 tL e charge was $1 00.
ntWOR that word is' a
It refers to Dr. Tutt's Liver Pills am~
d ANY of these symptoms an.d man~y otho
.Indicateilnactionof the LIVER.........
R'ut t's Pil:
r aeN usiue
Reduced Rates Seabcard Air Line
Low excursion rates will be
., given by the Seaboard Air Line
1- Railway to the following points
t- for the occasions named: it
o Atlantic City, N. J.-American o
a Funeral Benefit Association, May
l Bowling Green, Ky.-Woman's 0
- Board of Missions of the C. P.
h Church May 11-14. 5
i Chattanooga, Tenn. -Colored f
National Emigration Association i
g May 28-June 1st.
I- Minneapolis, Minn.-Aunual t
ly Meeting Western Drawing Teach
i- ers Association May 7-9.
ie Mountain Lake~ Park, Md.- n
)0 Y. M. C. A. Secretaries of North i
;a America Biennial Conference, s
es June 11-15.
1- New Orleans, La.-Western
6, Gas Association, May 21-23.
>f New York, N. Y.-National
- Association of Stove Manufac- t
3e turers of U. S., May 6-7. i1
>t New York, N. Y.-General a
Ly Assembly of the Presbyterian
at Church of U. S. A., May 14-27.
fy Call on nearest agent for in
:h forwation as to rates, dates of a
Ln sale and schedules or address
n. J. J. Puller, Trav. Pass. Agt., '
is Columbia, S. C.
For Over Sixty Years.
. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
bece' used for over sixty years by-mil
llions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
- It soothes the child, softens the gums,
al ays all pain, cures wind colic,. and
tic is the best remedy for diarrhcca. .It
v will relieve the poor little sufferer
immediately.- Sold by all druggists in -
every part of the world. Twenty-five
-d cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for
"Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup,"
M and take no other kind. 1-1-17
t The Way to Wear 'Em.
It Joseph Jefferson, the actor, re
lates that in driving from Buz
zard's Bay to Onset, Mass., he
er encountered a woman in bloomers,
to who had dismounted from her
lle bicycle and seemed to be in a
to quandary. "Can you tell me if
ch this is the way to Vareham?"
e "The way to wear 'em?" repeated
ee Jefferson, looking at the bloom
ers. "Certainly, madam; it's the
or way I wear mine."
h1, Wants Others Know.
ch "I have used DeWitt.s Littje-Early .
Risers for constipation and torpid liver
and they are all right. I am glad to
an indorse them for I think when we find
in a good thing we ought to let others
tknow it," wrntes Alfred Meinze,
cy,'Ill. They neverm;lu:r d
lSure, safe pills. McMaster C.
e., Mrs. Sallie Richard.~
ir well, wife of the late .J.P
Maxwell, died at her home ind
Greenwood last week. She was
ng the founder of the Connie Max
Iwell 0Orphianage, which was named
y- Ifor her daughter. Her remainsa
for were interred in the orphanage
to grounds by the side of her hus
at; band and daughter, the trustees
he of that institution acting as pall
re bearers. She is gone but her
Sdeeds will live after her.3
4- Dangerousi Neglected.
ev Burns, cuts and other wounds often
a'1 fail to heal properly if neglected and
Ic- becomne troublesome sores. DeWitt's
Witch Hazel S.alve prevents such con
sequences. Even where delay hasag
gravated the injury DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve effects a cure. "I had a
running sore on my leg thirty years,"
at says H. C. Hartiy, Yankeetownl, Ind.
"After using many remedies, I tried
SDeWitt's Witch. Hazel Salve. A few
aboxes healed the sore." Cures all skin
~e- diseases. Piles yield to it at oi.ice. Be
to ware of counterfeits. McMaster Co.
aThe editor of an exchange
'e elaims that his town has three;of
fith stngiest men on record. The
o$rtwill not drink as much wattr
as he wants unless it comes from
aa neighbor's well. The second
forbids any of his family writing
any but a small hand, as it is a
.il waste of ink to make large letters.
"1 The third stops the clock at night
it to save wear and tear of machin- I
te- ery. All of them refuse to take
a newspaper on the ground that
it is such a stra'n on the specta- 1
e eles to read.C
ysThe Best Prescription for Malaria
nChills andI Fever is a bottle of GROVE'S
TAsTELEsS CHILL ToNIc. It is simplyI
iron and quinine in a tasteless fonn.
e No Cure,YNo Pay. Price 50c.
The congressional committee.
on public buildings has reported
in favor of the erection of a post
oifice building in Rock Hill and
of appropriating $30,000 for that
9 purpose. The recommendation
i is upon condition that a suitable
site may be obtained at a nominal
Stand Like a Stone Wall
Between your children and the
tortures of itching and burnig
_eczema, scaldhead or other skin
dliseases. How? why, bv using
Buchlen's Arnica Salve, earth's
Sgrates t healer. Quickest cure
for Ulcers, Fever Sores, Salt R
Rhenm, Cuts, Burns or Bruiser.|
F[ufallible for Piles. 25c at Mc-'I
u\eilve av cur .!coa.ac.A 0!.
We thrive cr st.:'ve, as
ur blood is rich er pccr.
There is nothing else to live
n or by.
When strength is full and
>irits jhh we areC 1en re
eshedl, bone n-ucl and i:rr.in
i body and I'i::dr, with con
nual flo( of - I boAo.
This is hc i :.
\\he n w:1:. 1i low .spirits
o cheer, no n '.cn I
not rest n i) is no4T
leep, we are starved ; our blood
poor - there is little nutri
nent in it.
Back of the blood, is focd.
o keep the blood rich. \Vhcn
fails, take Scott's Erquision
f Cod Liver (il. It sets the
vhole body going again-man
vonan and child.
If you have not trkd i:. sen<i for free ram,le
s arceable taste wi!! rpri. : u.
SCOTT & rUWNE, chemi::t.a
9415 Pearl Street, Nv. Vork.
50C. and i0.c0; al druggist.
A FEW COPIES OF
AND (IT T)
for your hen ncs .
for potato bugs.
I have io or I12 real nice
-orses that I will sell cheap
r will trade them for thin
nules. If you need a horse
ome to see me and I will let
ou have one that will give
I have four very fine Milch
ows that I wvill sell or tr ade
hem for dry-cattle, -
Digests what you eat.
hs preparation contains all of the
gestantP and digests all kinds of
ood. It yves instan t relief and never
'als tocure. It allows you to eat all
he food you want. The nmost sensitive
tomachis can take it. By its use many
housands of dyspeptics have been
~ured after everything else failed. It
reyents formation of gas on the stom
ch, ret'ieving all distress after eating.I
)iet-Dg unnecessary. Pleasant to take.
t can't help
but do you good
apaed ni y E C.DEWzTrT & Co., Chi
h 1 btLenain 2% times the 50c.
WV. A. WV.
The services of the r'.gistered harnees
d saddle stalilion W. A. W. are 4
gain offered breeders of horses. Hie is
son of the celbteIttd Be-tsy Baker by
he reniowne~d Red Wili-s. Fe', Iiineen 4
ollars, colt, insured. For ex tunded
JOHN (G. MOBLEY,
.Winnsboro, S. C.
Wstchesr r Fire Insurance Comprany
f New Yp. -.
Glen Falls Insuranc e Company of
Rohester German In.surance Comn- 4
any of Rochester, N. Y.
Cotton risks a spee!alt y.
So-irits sae o f nnublic natronnage.
Importers of .~. .
Muriate of I
Nitrate of. So
It is important in buy;
only to buy goods of establi;
grade, but to buy wher
character can be supplied.
We are in position t,
goods and in such quantiti
will pay you to see us befo
Sen for VirgInia-Carolina A 0anac.
frec fur the asking.
3PEN FOR E)'
OUR SPRING STOCK
has arrived And is now
nation. We want you
we know that we can
It is High in
and Low ir
Is fully equipped for
and promptly execu
~ON, S. C.
s in the South.
ing your fertilizers, not
hed reputation and high
e your wants of every
o furnish all classes of
es as buyers desire. It
re purchasing. -
arolina Chemical Co.,
arleston, S. C.
OF DRESS GOODS
open for your exami
to give us a call, for
please you and save
s if You Desire.
ov2s &g Soz}
doin.g all kinds of
ted. Your orders
IEN TS WAN TED
Lawn Swi2:gs and Settres, liimmerk
Chairs, Camp Chai:s ad1 Stpois, -
Ironng Taoics, Wiash Beci:3, Eic.
Agents easily make
$57-r $10 Pen DAY.
Will furnish samples at re
duced prices to those desi-ing e
agency. Exc:usive territory 8
. ~~c Alea E e-r , PZ.