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to make your baby strong and
welL A fifty-cent bottle of
will change a sickly baby to a
plump, romping child in summer as
well as in tv inter. Only one cent
a day-think of it-and it's as nice
Cet a sual bottle now. All Druggists
S.-..* .e ;
VARIETY IN HOG FEED.
"hP Animals Do Better When Given
There are some very important con
Diderations in feeding swine which
should not be lost sight of. The no;:
by nature is an omnivorous aniuia.
and readily eats a great variety 0)
food. Though domesticated for many
years he has not lost his natural ia
stincts and loves to roam the fields
and woods in search of various roots
and plants and is not averse to eating
meat of various kinds whenever oppor
tunity affords. This love of a great
variety of food is so deeply rooted in
the hog as to have made a permanent
impression upon the character of his
teeth which are adaptcd not only to
the grinding of grain but aisa to tile
tearing asunder of fesh. This of it
self should be sufficient to convince
the feeder of the advisability of vari
ety in the ration of the hog, but the gen
eral cultivation of corn in the corn
belt and its cheapness in years gone
by have led many farmeis to Icse
sight of this essen:ial matter. More
over a variety of food while es
sential to the satisfaction of the ani
mal consuming it stimulates the diges
tive organs to great :r activity. which
19 a most deshiable end to attain, and
this of itself would amply reward the
feeder for taking greater pains and
-ffort to provide the hog with a great
ar'variety of food suited to his nutri
The mere fact that the hog has a
ravenous appetite and will eat practi
-ally anything that is placed before it
;hould not render it insensible to the
value of a variety of food. The in
stincts of the human being are so
leeply grounded in this respect that
they should teach us to have more
regard for the dumb animals placed
under our control and which cannot
help themselves by reason of their do
mestitation to secure many of the
things which the system naturally
We generally regard the needs of
the animal satisfied when we have
given a theoretical proportion of pro
tein, carbohydrates and fat, trusting
to luck that sufficient mineral matter
will be supplied in the foods fed to
meet the requirements of the animal
body and it is in this respect that a
greater injustice is done the fatten
ing hog as a rule than in any other
particular.-Experiment Station Bul
PLAN OF SMALL STABLE.
Suggested Arrangement for Limited
Space and Uneven Ground. .
A Maryland farmer wishes to plan
a stable 28x36 feet to have in it two
box stalls, three single stalls and
space for carriages. Owing to the
nature of the ground he can enter in
only one place.
The Breeder's Gazette suggests the
following as a solution: He can have
three stalls five feet wide and tea
Ground Floor Plan of Stable.
feet long, two boxes each 10 feet 6
inches by 12 feet (which will be
found to be large enough for carriage
horses) and a space for carriages
26x20 feet. This leaves space for a
large porch or open shed, which will
prove useful for many purposes, wash
ing vehicles, hitching under to keep
out of the sun or sheltering an extra
vehicle in emergency.
The Best Salve In TheWorld.
Often The Kidneys Are
Weakened by Over-Work.
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
Weak and unhealthy kidneys are re
sponsible for much sickness and suilermg,
- therefore, u kidney
a trouble is permitted to
-. ' continue. serious re
- suits are !ncet likely
'to follow. You.r other
organs mnay need --t
'.1& tention, but y-our kid
ncvs most, because
they do most and
- should have attention
.-. - first. Therefore, when
your kidneys arc weak or out cf order,
you can um'lerstand how quickly your en
tire body is affected and how every organ
seems to fail to do its duty.
If you are sick or ' feel badly," begin
takinig the great kidney remedy, Dr.
Kilmer's Swanmo-Root. A trial will con
vince you of its'great merit.
The' mild and inunediate effect of
Swamp-Root, the great kidney and
bladder remedy, is soon realized. - It
stands the highest because its remarkable
health restoring properties have been
proven in thousands of the mostdlistress
ing cases. If you need a medicine you
should have the best.
Sold by druggists in
fifty-cenit and one-dol- ag!
lar sizes. You may "" !E
have a sample bottle
by mail free, also a
pamphlet telling you uii m-M
how to find out if you have kidney or
bladder trouble. Mention this paper
when writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
lEinghamton, N. YV. Don't make any mis
take, but remember the name, Swamp
Root, and don't let a dealer sell you
something in pl:'ce of Swamp-Root-if
NOW MR. BAXTER HAS REPORMEa,
In the Future He Will Think More
One reason why Mr. Baxter never
likes to go out evenings is because 113
seldom can find room enou-zh in the
street cars to make himel f c'onfort
able. There never was a persn whol
liked to spread hims '!
does Mr. Baxter. Mr:
quently been sorely l
fact. When they are ,ot t:;gether he
refuses to squeeze into einsz quartera
just for the sake o' 1 = near her.
Tf there is a w%ide z the other
end of the car B1axte itimentally
moves on and dror.: it without
minding in the least c has left
Since last Thursday :i1, however,
Baxter has promised - uk less of
his material sensilbilini... That even
ing the Baxters went to the theater.
Going home Baxter, as usual, refused
to sit by his wife on the ground that
he would be unduly crowded. There
was a rift in the row of hum::nity fur
ther along the line, and i' wont Iown
and filled in there. He sat b ' iT .at
man, who had previously 1! a
short distance over the a!c' -
The fat man had notice' iar
Baxter's disinclination t% Ir his
wife's society, and he thm:-. .eun
derstood the cause. Please'd with his
powers of divination he niudged Bax
"That's right," said he. "Don't give
her a chance to bullyrag you before
folks. It's bad enough when you're
alone, but It's worse when there's any
body around to hear. That's why I give
the old lady the slip. We'll both catch
It when we get home, but we're safe
for the rest of the trip, anyway."
The alcoholic man's "old lady," halt
a dozen steps away, overheard, and,,.
judging by the rapid-fire action of her
eyes, it was pretty safe to guess that
the fat man would "catch it" even if
Are said often to be buried six feet under
ground. But many- tiues Women call on
their family physicians, sutffering. as they
imagine, one from dyspepsia, another from
heart disease, another from liver or kid
nev disease, anothcr from nervous pros
tration, another with pain here and there,
and in this way they present alike to
themselves and their easy-going or over
busy doctor, separate diseases, for which
he, assuming them to be such. prescribes
his pills and potions. In reality, they are
all only symptws caused by some uterine
disease. The pI'sician,* 'norant of the
cause of suffermg, seps up ''treatment
until large bills are m de.1ering
patient gets no bette as the
wrong treatment, but probablv wor. .4
-r m d in - 1 - - -::. - - - e
Prescrio on, ircd .. w
ave e-htirev removed t 3 ..LaSe. thcre
by dispe'hg al those distessmg s-ymp
toms, and instituting -comfort Instead of
prolonged misery. It has been well said,
that "a disease know n Is half cured."
D~r. Pierce's Favorite Prescription Is a
scientific medicine, carefully devised by
an experienced and skillful physician,
and adapted to w"oman's delicate system.
It Is made of native American medicinal
roots and is pfe akrle5s l
efets ii a .c'uitL!.L..LLLu'
a powerful Invigorating tonic "Fa
vorite Prescription" Imparts strength .to
the whole system and to the organs dis
tinctly feminine in particular. For over
worked, "worn-out," runi-down." debili
tated teachers. milliners, dressmakers,
seamstresses, "shop-girls," house- keepers,
nursing mothers, and feeble women gen
erall y, Dr. Pierce's Favorito Prescription
is the greatest earthly bcon. be'ing un
equaled as an appetizing cordial and re
As a soothing and strengthening ne'rv
mne "Favorite Prescription"- is unequailed
and is invaluable in allaying and sub
duing nervous excitability, Irritability,
nervous exhaustion, niervous prostration,
neuralgia, hysteria, spasms, St. V'itus's
dance, and other distressmng, nervou.s
symptoms commonly attenda nt upoti.
functional and organic disease of th
uterus. It induces re'freshiing sleep anC
relieves mental anxiety and despoidency
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Peliets inv'igorate
the stomach, liver and boweis5. Onu to
three a dose. Easy to take as candy.
Dickey Suett's Joke.
Dicke~y Suett, the comedian, liked
nothing better than a joke on his coin
rade and rival, D)rlpping. Debt always
haunted poor i )key, and one evening
as he was steering for the theater 1I
a pourIinig rain an oieier tatpped him
ou the shoulder and politely intiuired.
"Are you Mr. Suetti:" "I'? No, in
ded." was the instant resl.ouse.
--D):e't y'ou see l'wu Drippiug?"-Lon
Mr's. Wyikynus-Why is it. Llerbert
that vonuc ever' c'al Iue deair now?'
Mr. W\yltkyns- Well. I don't like it.
twit you with it.
When a suffe'rer from stomach troubb'
akes D~r. King's New Life Pills lie'"
mighty glad to see his D~spepsia an'
Indigestion fly. but more-he's tickler
over his new, fine appetite, strong nervef
healthy vigor, all because stomach, liv*r
and kidney s now work right. 25c at a1
"What," asks the Wyoming Tribune
"has become of the old fashiiones!
freckledi faced boy who got the walte:
choppedI the wood, split the kindling
milked the cows. fed the pigs. euri
the horse and dlid such other- choi-es a
his parents found for hium to dlo?" Ile'.
probably being kept busy handing his
lazy' sou money wvith which to bu~s
roled upi trousers and cigar'ettes.-Deni
Mrs. Turtle-I see by the papers here
that an automobile ran down a twven
ty foot embankment and turned turtle
Now. Hlenriy, what i want you to do
is to run up :a twenty toot embank
ment anzd turni into an automobile.
You kniotw I've wanited one tbis long
Could Not Fe Better,
No one has ever made a salve, oint
ment, lotion or bairn to compare with I
Buckhen's Arnica Salve. Its the one
perf, et healer of Cut<, Corns, Burns,
Bruises, Sores Scalds, Boils, Ulcers,e
Eczemna, Salt Rheum. For Sere Eye,
Cold Sores, Chapped Hands its supreme.
Infallible for Piles. Only 25c at all
E LEC TRIC BIIE SOR
The Kind You Have Always 13
in use for over 30 years, !
All Counterfeits, Imitations ;
Experiments that trifle with
Infants and Children-Expei
What is C
Castoria is a harmless subs
goric, Drops and Soothing a
contains neither Opium, M
substance. Its age is its gup
and allnys Feverishncs . It
Colic. It relieves Tcething I
and Flatulency. It as.simil
Stomach and Bowels, giving
The Children's Panacea-Tii
The Kind You H4i
In Use For ON
THE CENTAUn ComPANY. 77 rAU
heaq Excursion Rates Via Southern
( l.arl tt sv ille, Vi. lai i -t nrn: Ae
ount 'tinmer Sochool livtri of
irginia, June 18-July :1, Twker on sa
une 15, 1, 17, 2S, July 5 aA 12. Final
imit returning 15 days from date of
Knoxville. Tenn. and Return: Ac.
>unt of Summer School June 22-Julv
0, tickets on sale June 20, 21, 2,. 26, 27
uly 3, 10, 11 and 21. Final lin 15
lays from date of sale.
Los Angeles, Cal. and Return. Ac
>unt of B. P () E. Convention July
1-17. Dates of sale May 31, Jutne 1, 2.
inal limit, Oct. 81. 1909.
Louisville Kv. and Return. Aceui t
inual sessionr Ancie-nt Arabia Ordier
bbs of the Myst ic rrine J uni- S-10,
L09. Date af sah-t June 3, 6. 7. ret urn
imit June 17, 100J.
Mlemphis T'enn. Account annual re
.lfion Uirtedl Conh-dterata' Vaerm r
[me 8-l10, darte of isale .iune -5, S, 7.
t urn li mit Jne 14. wb :xteant on to
.uly 1st by da p' s:ting ticket andl r .ing
i centse*x ra. Sap ve rs.
Sea tl>, Wo-hl. and Rtourn: Acconuta
~laakaYukon-rPaciftie Exposition. Tric
ts on sale 31ay 24th un til Sapt. :0.h
ial liit a turning October :1, 1 9}d
iverse routes with sto:pover pa: ivi'.-ges.
Semmer excursion rates in eifect Mn:
9 to Septembelr 3tnh finral limait Uetober
Conrvenien t sched u!.s anrd on -ie
ain service to all poi11ntrs in i sii rre i tLs
a SOUTHERN it.\Il4lAY
For irnf'a n'.at;.m in dlotatia' ai! tn ern.
:ent of thea .iouthier n .I:a i~r,-ad: tr ai
J. L. 3Meal, WV. F. Mca-.
At~has. Ca. An,:asa. G~ L.
A Spnirh !Aiirir~e C:tom.
[iin .au lar' at 8f s :iina rthe rnarrhi~gC
rmlony has one' fe::i poena 't:::r t
self-that. of the vehn-io:e. line
e inass s~naid after the' mrrg e
ory the couple, wvith the;:- ;.a:Lahr
d gotrot her. klreelI at thIe fot at the in
tar'. A silken cord is t hrowr n an
e ueek (of thre bide, anrd tire bride
~oomn hols tihe enrds air it. Then'Z ai
ng stri p of silk c.'ot h is th! 'rowni o vet
e heads of t he newly nrltri(ed pair
Lfd fourr lighted waix an rd les art' hand
d, orre to the bride, one to thre graom,
e to the god fathIer andl one ato thae
xlmnothrer, who stanrd to thre courplea
nmuch tihe samre rehation that best
arn and maid of honor do wih irs rrr
r the salmue circumstances. Thern thre
n'iest sprinkles all four wIth hoaly wna
er. blesses therm, anrd thre c'erermorny is
-er. A Spanriish woarn doces riot con
1er he'rsel f throrougly mrrrried with
nt a vehieionre.
B. B. B.) Cures Through the Blood
SBONE PAINS, CAN
B.B. B3. (Botanric Bloodi Blot d) is trr
ly Blatod Remnedy rthat kills thet pois an
rihe blood and then purrifies it-sen --
ga flooad of pure, rich blood direct tao
e skin surface, baanes. joints, and
herevr tire dlisease is located. In this
ri all sores. ucers p mples. eara p'ions
e htealedi anad (uredl. pains andl aches
Sreumatismn eenasa, swellirngs sub siala.
B.1. B. caomnah-t'.ly ch--nres the litadiy
rto a clan halhy ('aarditioa, a'ivinaz
e sk in the' itch. redi hute aof tarfa at
althr. B. P.. B3. eunrrs th.e wotrs. ohld
s'e' Trv it.
OTANIC BLOD BALM-BBB
tiaie irt'rilienat-. it puitaa. atti (nriihe
ria bi'den upa the brokent downi -v91ii. r:i*
, t 'l :P~ L.\a; InarTLE with die .
aanl rftarhrorne a-ure.
Solcd at All Druo- Stores.
ought, and which has been
as borne the : i-wature of
ts been made c mizt_-r h~i ncrl
110ni-so 011 toI sl y~i ill tIvey
iend claghr Ex c i:'1i ot1;
tituto for Cwa!toi) 0Al, 'Pare
;yritps. It is; Pi aui~. It
rpin~o nor Otherih 'ti
xatc itJ destroys 'Worm,;
ctures Diarrlic~a axmd YXim!~
rou1'lcs,, cures OCfnistilit
teS -Ile od rCegid1-tCs -t
I ealt]"y :tid raltura1 Sleep.
3 ~ ~ h O.ohe' rind.ce
he'V'.' ITb.2X I ih ace
I tIf :tlbi2 tl %V Iii I* % I !.(
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11o.i wr L.A li fn.' 'u::. . 0
ltvI() th'ii i'c. Ih Ii) I ge;
lit o. 11'wn I ll. t::
! no.. ' .,e any conwre- fert!
.I n:i harnyard and nenhouse
nd mo-k f'rom t'at swamp:
p nd (dig all the mud1
* -'.- in the painre an
nd-A. Thei' di;:ches Wi,1l
anil eiti like :t
I d ('ar wh
It I , takeon ito cui1Fidera
vn wi na ( in thle i:rmigra
.31h:1 t ''jae ar A u1 ad1
-. . : i P 1: kt: gantr.
h - :m '' - tIero
a :. .d h:I i.:t aliht to
I Ia~ Of ent it 1Ini-Sha;1ilin
- i (I Zui ot': :dthr
- c ': ai cne l'iin'.s thr.:
fra:a thv mill and
n:: 's thi- condition
a;t all : I' of good
--1 see'0k tahm
: 1 ,1 atlo S. at Xxes W-1
u I l Sctlr anf
T.. 01:1 i. te S *h e twil
'a hi or I fIisr
i C rn i ; a o a I:1
a leak a'it.
1'c' ' 1 -. li fril cui
't, uni h oi
o 1' f~ : Iand,
P. P. P.
P. P. P. will purify anl vinlize your
blood, create a god appnito anud give your
A pr-ni:in-ni i:;'.(,ur-ritniewent at
Savat;:th. :.: w h .lri , Dyspep
s I: i lw m::U- . :y :2 ".\A - takmg
P. it. . n : w .>v:i in 1s:. life, andl
f: i , :v f Iwr, if hie could
rd a 1' . V'. P."
If a .':-o f.otn over-work and
If yc ar -oln. badly i the spring
and L.ut of rLs, tuU
P. P. P.
Tf yo:;r digestive organs need toning up,
P. P. P.
df you su:Tor witi heL. anhe, indigestion,
de bility andl wedue. tS,
If you quffer wit nervros prostration,
npervs U:g a.d a generul ltL down
of the Ltm ake!
P. P. P.
For omod P i:n P.hmnmatism, Scrof.
ua,Od Sres.'a, Chronie Female
Prickly Ash, Poke Root
The best hloo-1 puriir in the world.
F. V- LIT.\l.N
N -v 1% season In which the
h br1:1h payt suh enormfouls
n''p' the' wa'y of health anti
-Inoudth place. Get you
h1o in:0 n:tl a bcru.-h or two.
:1 the bo::s to "lay it on thielk
It:"Pkniy of line wil
aI deli to <ia v;'ith keeping
uIs' ci':tr of reites, anid
nu t 1'ropj owes its; arrival at
.t :r:'I eo:1t of' wh:iit'wash1 that
liii 1' ay up in tha
? by buying thisI
* reliable, honest, !
high grade sew.
'A zing machine.'H
STR'ONGEST GUARANTEE. '
ut Sewing Machine Co.'
-.* 1 a have al
1:: St. Ed
.un i'ry Life.
- U: .ttoristic
I b''''' '' It'rl' trni the
o il I inse'parable=
TI' ' 'a..ns at cne time
hia!.icT 1 ;:sies
FOUND OUT THE TROUBLE.
Waltress Discovered Jimmy's Pect-ll
arity in Making Change.
Cash registors ar.- doubtlbss wat!'h
dogs of private treasutries and joys for
(ever to the happy cleoks vao ph'.'
likhtly uypon the keys to "regor the
atlolt ofiyou purcha." bar there
may cone tinies in the best-r-.;ulated
establishments ".ien the va-ariej*s of
the human factor, without ;.hich the
n:achine will not go, mix up its i:itc
na! anatomy so that chaos reigns.
In a Washington re.aurant whe:-c
tourists gather to snatch a paming
bite between seeing sights and r':n
plain that the public buildings do not
oen(f until nine o'clock. thus compell
ing them to confine their obs-rvations
to banking hours, a deep mystery has
brooded for (lays. There was a wide
discrepancy between the receipts a3
tamied upon the roll In the cash
register, and the amount of money
1otud in the drawer at the clese of
business each day.
For a long time no solution of the
puzzle could be foud. A young man,
whose chief charactcristie wa.; his
wlingiess. opened the restarant at
six every imorning and ruled the roost
alone. Put he was known to be hon
At last one of the waitreas's. who
arriv-d one morning just as the lonely
outng man was making change for
one of the (arly eustomers, found out
what was the matter.
"Jimin!y. yol lhel is full -f mud."
was her classlic adjirt:on. "Wh. (
earth are you doing?"
"Making the change," replied the
And then the secrct was: out. Jim
my, when he received a banik note or
coin to change. rant up that a:ncurt
on the register. without reference to
what the customer was to pay, and
let it go at that. It was as simple as
Jimmy is Still puzzling over the
matter. for lie knows that he piut into
the drawer the exact sumn thit be
rang up. every time, so he cannot see
where the kick comes in.
No One to "Sit on the Lid."
"Usually, when the president goes
away from the national capital for
any length of time," remarked a
stay-at-home official to a Washington
star reporter, "he designates some
member of the cabinet to 'sit on the
lid,' or, in other words, to represent
him in Washington in case of neces
sity. That duty usually has been
delegated to either Secretary
or Secretary Taft, but has
times been assumed by other em
bers of the cabinet. For some nex.
plained reason it was not done this
year, and it has happened tiha; the
highest official of the governnnt on
duty in the national capil for
weeks at a time during thV summnner
has been an assistant s4cretary to
one of the executive departments.
"In the past it was extremely utn
usual for the president and all the
members of his cabinet to be away
front Washington at the same time
for any extended period, but that con
dition existed, and has occurred fre
quently since the pr-esident went to
Oyster Bay early in June last. Neith
r Se'cretary Root, Secretary Taft nor
any other- member of the cabinet has
been In Washington for any consider
able stretch of time since that date,
and it has happened that all of thema
have been away at the same time. No
embarrassment has resultedl, how
ever, as the president as well as all
he cabinet ministers have remalned
in close communication with their
representatives who remain in Wash
ington throughout the summer, re
grdless of where they happened to
be, so that really there was no occa
sion for- anyone to hold down the lid
for the president during the summer."
Supreme Court Enjoyed Joke,
It is not safe for the aver-age citi
zen to take liberties with the United
States supt-eme court, but they have
fun with each other, these grave and
reverend dignitaries of the woolsack.
The other day a case was pending in
which a homesteader claimed da.
ages against a railroad for the occu
pation of certain land. It was pretty
~lain that the homesteader had waited
ten years or so to claim his damages
in order that the land might increase
in value and permit him to make his
caim larger. "Do you think It is
equitable and just?' de'nanded Jus
tice Brewer of the claimant's lawyer,
"for your client to demand $1,003 from
the railroad for this land when your
client acquiredl the same by paying
the merely nominal fees of a few dol
las assessed by the government?"
But, if your honor please," retortedI
the lawyer, "the railroad paid nothin.
at al" "Ha, ha," laughed Justice
Harlan, in a lusty voice, and then
be deliberately leaned forward anti
gr-inned at Brewer. And ltrewve
grinned. too, at his own discomflture.
Iarlan will be 75 next June. Two of
his passions are golf and chewing to
No Time to Get Full Name.
Some of the new members of con
gress were getting acquainted with
Washington society at the presiden''
iplo~atic reception. Rtepresentat i.'$
Edwards of Georgia was introduced
:o M. Jonkheer Reinhardt de Marees
ran Swi nderen. Representatlve Wil
[ets of New Yotrk came up and Mr.
dtwadls wanted to intr-oduce him.
Would you mind giving me your
ame, sir? I could not hear it dis
inctly- in this noise," saidl he to the
niniter fronm the Netherlands. "Jonk
aeer Reinhardt de-" Both Mr. Fd
ards and Mr. Willtets were l!stenling
ntntly, but as it was a fast moving*
eception they did not get any moo.
2: did they see the reinisterau
WTOY, Ccean-tc-Ccean Walker,
Sail ncentlv: WVhen yot. feel don
md c ut, feel there is no us' living, just
a o' sou bitiad the:tg hts with yout andl
',talk them off. Be'fore .ott have walk
'I a m- e things will look ru.,ieir. Just
ll ave Volt notit"'i the mncrease
.flL' t -'~ - e('ll itii -
w[o'aking' ofla in t the m'fort w hich c
* ' i." o .au se t e nti eptic powderf
tobe sha~ken into thle e5 sWes to hs
lhions now using it. SWso a
Bad. "It has real mxerit."
70 Bales 01160 Acres
19 WHAT 10DE DRAKE RAIS
ED LAST YEAR.
i'.din r 1.ilv Mail:
Dear Sir-The f.lwing correspond.
(eneei will xIpI!ain1 its-lf. Kindly pub
lislh it :iiri very imi-:i )blige us.
A ndorsoa Phos. & Oil Co.,
Mr. J. Wade Drake, Anderspn, S. C.
Dear Sir-We have heard that by a
liberal us of fertiliz tr, principally in
sedc drer:siig, you ma.lt^70 bales of cot
ton on sixty acres of land last year. We
ill apyreciate if you will give us your
mi-thod of prepration, fertilization and
cuitivation which re suited in this crop.
We wish to give the p iblic the benefit 4
Pf your experience as we think it will
be an induc *mt. nt to farmers to side
irets thri crol s
'Tniianking you in advance for the
ravor of an early ceply, we are.
A ielrson Phos. & Oil Co.,
Aider son Phosphate & Oil Co., Ander
si1l, 6. C.
(Ge-.nt-me"-Ansering your favor
tl. It~ I w a 1Y 1:1.o: af ec preparing
tw he i: w- . ri :. v . !ui.i Ired pounds.
" o r ; '0 : I : L L : b - ' >o r o p l a n t i n g .
A t I e m; 1) x Im L applied four
h'i'-'1red fif % 1 1-: 1s inore of fertil
:z-*r ti st.e.cr i . whbii the first cotton
hin a; P ---d 1 ap died seventy 4
pipuitis of wltrar,- of s , to the acre.
I d id ilis on sxty aer s of land whech
( d . in -or an-l on the six
ry. r.I g tth -red sixty-eight
--ight 'to.s Of .irttoi, averaging 511
pounds Io he hale. And then, when
I tlaongwh I hid githr.-du he crop after
hr .-. I aic.ed enough cotton to
miak . . pouis of ii-it -otton so it will
o... e, o iaat na a o-ther I made more
han1 ,eventy - 0-pound bali s of cotton
)i th. ,ixty acres. I cultivated this
cott.m as I usually cultivate my cotton
exe, p' that it was fertilized better than
.sualu. A goo l part of this fertilizer v as
Anaerson Phosphate and Oil company
fertil z!r, the balance was other stand
-trd bran ' - as never able to see
erence in "otton fertilized
ly wi'ersoni goods and th her goods
J. Wade Drake.
Anderson, S. C. June 4, 1909.
Mr. J. E. Stevenson,
Anderson S. C.
D-tsr Sir. We have hea d that you
sde dressed s >me of your corn last year.
We will be glad if you will give us the
re-ult of this, anid very much oblige us.
TIhanking you for the favor of an
early reply. wye are,
ANDERSON PHOSPHATE AND OIL
Andei son S. 0., June 6, 1908.
Anderson Phos. & Oil Co.
Aiderson S. C.
Dear* S.r: I have y our letter of June
4th, ani in reply will say that my ex
pei ience in tide dressing corn last year
is as follows: In one field of about 15
acres wvhich I planted in corn I aide
dr'ssed 10acrr-s and left five acres not
sie-ressed 0.1 the 10 acres which I
su-diru sser I made 3.5 l-ushels to the 4~
iere. On th, five acres not side dressed
the yield v -.. et over 10) bu'hels to the
acri. It c--st me about $30 to side dress
t he 10 acre: ; -ut $3 per acre. It in
creased th - u.--'d at least 2'5 bushels of
earn per a.-- I intend al side dress
:g thiw whi 11acres but rain camne on
ont continued so) long until the cern
was too far -idvanced before I could get
to it to side dress it. It will pay anyA
.me hanlisome-ly to side druas corn..
J. E. ST EV1ENSON.
You wi see what side dressing has
con,) f..ri Wade Drake and Jimi Steven
sont. 1- will pay you as well as it did
th. i . n will do the needful. Side
<h a - w i.l pay you better than any
fem x~ r you pit in the ground. We
hn- *. ii very suiperior goods for sale
ii i .i r 'i - -.
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