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Ho Liked Fig Latin.
Nealie when a little tot was visit
/ ing a farmyard. His mother helped
him up to look at a pen of small pigs.
As he looked in, a little pig near
him jumped up, putting his fore feet,
-against the side of the pen, and gave
a quick grunt. Nealie turned quick
ly and said: "Oh, mama, tell him to
say that again!"-The February De
In another column will be found
'the advertisement ci the Nashville
Seed Co. These people are not only
in position to aid and-encourage far
mers in diversifying their crops, but
are-also ready to answer all requests
for information on the subject of
farming and trucking. There is too
much cotton in the South and not
enough hay, corn, live stock and
If your blood is out of
order, you run a risk Of
taking a germ disease.
Pneumonia and ?yphoid
Fever are germ diseases.
"Rheumacide" is an ac
tive blood purifier. It
cleanses the blood of all
impurities. It gives tone
to the entire body.
Pure blood prevents
, germs from taking hold
of the vital organs and ex
pels them from the system.
"Rheumacide" isput up
in tablet and liquid form,
and is sold by druggists
at 25c, 50c, and $1 per
bottle. Liniment, 25c.
(GSOWTH OF SUNDAY SCHOOLS.
Nearly 23,000,000 Children Are Now
Studying tho Bible..
Whether in city or country, boused
in its own magnificent building or
pining in a dilapidated mountain
shack, with thousands of children or
?with barely a baker's dozen, the Sun
day school is to-day considered the
stragetic center of the great church
militant. The Sunday schools of the
Tjnited States alone are attended by
about 11,500,000 pupils and 1,500,000
teachers. Given a voice in affairs of
j church or state, this would represent
so mean influence. The latest sta
tistics of the Sunday schools of the
world show 22,739,323 little Chris
tians working their way through Athe
gTades of Bible study, learning the
seeds of the mission field and being
graduated into church membership.
The February Delineator.
With, the twenty-second of Febru
ary looming up in the middle dis
tance, the young teacher thought she
?aw a good chance to inculcate pat
riotism in her young charges. "Now,
what little boy can tell me anything
about George Washington ?" she
asked sweetly. Then selecting the
boy attached to the hand which seem
ed to be waving the most-, frantically,
she said, "You may tell, Willie."
"Please, mum, we git a holiday on
his birthday." - February Lippin
cott's. So. 5-'09.
And the Other Kind.
Did you ever stand on a prominent
corner at an early morning hour , and
-watch the throngs of people on their
way to work? Noting the number
who were forcing themselves along
because it meant their daily bread,
and the others cheerfully and eagerly
pursuing their way because of love of
It is a fact that one's food has
much to do with it. As an example:
If au engine has poor oil, or a boil
er is fired with poor coal, a bad result
is certain, isn't it?
Treating your stomach right ls the
keystone that sustains the arch of
healtrfB??,.temple, and you will find
"Grape-Nuts" aa a daily food is the
most nourishing and beneficial you
We have thousands of testimonials,
real genuine little heart throbs, from
people who simply tried Grape-Nuts
out of curiosity-as a last resort
with the result that prompted the tes
If you have never tried Grape-Nuts
lt's worth while to give lt ai fair, Im
partial trial. Remember there are
millions eating Grape-Nuts every day "j
?-they know, and we know, if you
will use Grape-Nuts, every morning
jour work is more'likely to be joy
work, because you can keep well, and
with the" brain well nourished work
is a joy. Read the "Rgad to Well
rill*?" ta every package-"There's a
r Past Walking Horses the Best.
Good trotters are generally fast
walkers, and fast walking is an im
portant gait on the farm. There is
no use of being two hours doing a
.piece of work when it can just as
"well be done in one hour. It is bad
economy to have a poor scrub of a
horse on a farm that soon tires out,
when you can have a game, fast walk
ing horse, that don't know what it is
to tire, and that can get over more
. ground in a day- than a scrub can get
over in two days.-Weekly Witness.
Mutton sheep make a greater gain
of flesh, than steers, according to ex
periments made. At the Wisconsin
station food required to produce 100
pounds of wether lamb was 364
pounds of corn, 296 pounds of corn
silage, 158 pounds of corn fodder and
twenty-two pounds of potatoes. To
produce 100 pounds of steer required
394 pounds of corn. 181 pounds of
bran and 654 pounds of silage. The
results showed that silage was also
an excellent food for the sheep as
well as for the steer.-Epitomist.
Brood sows should-^ always have
sufficient nutritious food to keep them
in good _ condition. At farrowing
time the sow should not be too fat.
If she has had plenty of etercise and
is in fair condition she will b* better
prepared to care for her offspring.
She should not be fed corn every day
of the .year. This grain should be
given most sparingly just before far
rowing,' and iu its place a ration of
two quarts of oats, one quart of
soaked corn with .one quart of wheat.
This will provo an excellent ration.
Fence Bcpairing Time.
It is customary to do all repairing
o' fences in the spring, but why not
repair them in winter, when one can
spare the time? The winds of winter
may displace a board or rall here and
there, but a few hours' labor will re
pair a mile of fence in the spring
when it is put in good order in the
fall. New fences, may bs built in the
fall' as well as in the spring. In
brief, hundreds of dollars may be
saved on farjns by doing work in the
winter that is usually left till sprint,
and then but half done for want of
Keeling Seed rotator*.
The ideal method of keeling seed
potatoes Is claimed to be eold storage.
Potatoes thus kept afc Ohio station
havs come out sound and fresh, with
no indications of snrouting. and their
vitality unimpaired, oven so late as
the first of June. It Is important,
however/that the temperature of the
cold storage room should not fall be
low thirty-five degrees.'nor should it
rise much, above forty.' When cold
storage is not avaiiab'e, snrouting
may in some measure be prevented
by shoveling, the potatoes frequently.
-Farmers'.Home Journal. * ,
Tare of Stock. ]
So far as their proper bedding,
feeding and ventilation,- nre con
cerned, it is too important a matter
for thc thrifty fa.'iT to neglect at
tending to himself. , However trus^
worthy his assistants, judging by our
own experience, it will pay him well
st the close of the season to see each
evening that his cattle, horses, sheep
and hogs are well bedded, fed and
watered. Scarcely less important is
the proper ventilation of the build
ings in which his stock are wintered.
While the entrance of draughts and
cold is to be carefully prevented it
should be borne in' mind that domes
ticated animals, like man himself,
need fresh, whoesome air, and, if
compelled by ignorance or careless
ness to breathe a' foul, tainted atmos
phere, it is at a serious risk of health
and consequent profit. A visit to the
barn, stable and pigpen early in the
morning will at once warn the observ
ant farmer of a defective ventilation.
Care of Fruit and Trees.
Fruit ripens Ust when it is placed
in cool, dark cellars. When fruit is
thoroughly ripe on the trees it should
not be exposed to sunlight.
Get the apples into the boxes or
barrels as soon as possible after they
A Pennsylvania man who has a
large orchard keeps about .twenty
five cats during the summer months.
He fills a trough in the centre of th? '
orchard with new milk each morning
and pays no further attention to the
cats. He says there are no mice,
squirrels, rabbits or rats on the farm, j
If you allow the grass and weeds :
to grow up around the young trees
this summer the rabbits and mice i
will' girdle them next winter, if you t
don't watch out. " i
A Missouri man complains that he I
cannot kill sweet clover in his or- I
chard. It is not so hard. Plow the <
ground, and give your orchard clean ?
cultivation two or three seasons, or <
If you mow the clover frequently dur- ]
lng the summer and let it lie on the i
ground it will die out. - j
Whenever a large limb of any kind !
Is removed from the tree never fail i
to cover the wound with paint or wax.
Pack your finest apples in boxes
holding about three-fourths of a
For $1 you can have a neat stencil %
made, containing the name of your
farm, your own name and address. ,
These on the corner of your boxes
give pebple to understand that you [
know your business.-Drovers' Jour
Care of Orchard*.
The farmer must take up spraying
ind other measures for the care of his
orchards to a -much greater degree !
than in the past. Apples will gc
much higher in price until '.his lesson '
s learned. The abandoned apple tree, '
leside the cellar walls of the house
(.hat burned down a generation ago,
has been yielding a crop for any one 1
who came along to gather it, but. its <
iay i3 about over. The Sa'n Jose i
scale will probably send out of exist- <
ence before many years all trees
which are not cared for. Thus far
the farmers seem exceedingly apa
thetic in taking up spraying, but the
rise of prices and probably the in
creasing devastation occasioned by
the insect, will . bring about, before
many years, a different attitude on
The brown tail moth has been ex
tremely abundant: in the season just
closed. The warm, dry spring and
early summer reduced his losses from
climatic causes. The same is doubt
less true of the San Jose' scale. The
wood leopard moi.h, exceedingly diffi-.
cult to combat successfully, because
of its attack upon the internal part of
the tree, seems tri be increasing rap
idly: It is injuring chiefly the shade
trees of the metropolitan district.
The elm leaf beetle, widely distrib
uted over the Stete, has not spread
its destruction with any even band,
but has exhibited a degree of local
variation which calls for the scrutiny
of an entomological expert. The
spring of 1903 witnessed a great in
crease in the abundance of these
pests, probably due to the dryness of
May and .Tune o? that year. The
leaves finally became so hard that the
beetles could not '^at them, and this,
followed by a severe winter, resulted
in a considerable diminution of the
pest. This has be>m a year of its re
The new agricultural high schools
of the State have ari iruDortant work
before them in impressing upon the
farmers of the future the method of
meeting these pest ?. Economic ento
mology is becoming one of the most
practical of all scientific studies. The
State will also h ave,to perform an in
creasing amount ot work along tfiess
lines.-Boston Trans *ipt.
The Feet an fl the Teeth.
Tn considering the diseases to
which horse flesh is heir there are
two things that should always be
considered as of sDecIal importance, ?j
the tpeth and the feet. The average
period of usefulness of the horse is
curtailed several y^ars by the inade
quacy of the teeth, in most horses
at the age of fifteen the teeth have
become rough and uneven, and from
that time on the horse is a hard keeo
er, and tvr? real ?.use is not known
by the owner. In, buying horses the
teeth and the feet should receive most
careful examination. Ordinarily, in
speaking of the feet of the horse, we
mean the part incosed by the hoof
wall. Looking at it from a stand
point of comparative anatomy, the
foot includes all below, the knee and
the hock. The artificial conditions
under which the horse is placed and
the unusual demand ^exacted of him
re-sult in almost every case in dis
eased conditions, vhich render him
incapable Of doing the work he would
otherwise do. Shoeing, which places
bim under artificial conditions, com
bined with the hard roads, overwork
and improper feeding, soon produce
Inflammatory conditions, which may
result in side bones, ring bones, coffin
joint, lameness, cracks in the hoof
wall, contracted heels "arid" a "great
many more diseases too numerous to
mention. In many c?ses the horse
must be shod, but there certainly is
far too much shoeing done. It is sur
prising how much work the horse can
do under most conditions without
shoes if he be brought gradually to
the work, and a little care and judg
ment be exercised in'this matter dur
ing the first three or four years of
the colt's life. Thenj are three things
especially ; io be remembered if you
wish to give this subject a little extra
thought. First,, as long as you use
horses that have weak or defective
feet for breeding purposes just so
long will you have horses with a pre
disposition to these things and you
will lose money on t?em accordingly:
second, do less shoeing, a horse with
fairly good feet will not need to he
shod unless he be worked on the
pavement, race track or in mountain
ous districts; third, do not allow any
horseshoer to use thfj buttress on the
soles of the feet, nor the rasp on the
outside: do not leave the shoes on
longer than four weeks without rese
In substance, remember that tie
foot is the weakest part of the hors'
that the service of the horse is wo?h
money to you. Talce good care of
the horse's feet.-G. H. Glover, Clo*
rado Agricultural College.
Obesity and Will Power.
Obesity is easily cured with ex
ercise of the proper care and r<*traint
on the part of the patient, "vitthout
this.^however, the cure is imossible
and no physician or medicin can be
of any help. The happy-go-Jicky dis
positions of fat people, theirtendency
to regard their ailmeat HgVly, cause
them to ldok upon nothingseriously
to deny themselves nothig- These
characteristics, which geerally are
responsible for their allrout, furnish
the greatest obstacles intue way of
curing them. As a rulethe fat per
son does just the opposi* of what he
ought to do. He eau; te very foods
he should avoid, av<ds those he
should eat, shuns ex?^on of every
[lind, Indulges In rest Ad luxury and
seeks the way of rthVeasiest resist,
ince generally.-Fron Will Power.
The Origin of Hurrah."
The word is pure javonian, and Is
commonly heard fr<ri the coast of
Dalmatia to Bering traits, when any
jfthe population l?n?? within these
limits is called on*o ?rive proof of
courage and vaior. Thu origin of the
word belongs to ae primitive idea
that every man <at dies heroically
[or his country pes straight to hea
ven-Hu-ray (tr-paradise), and in
he shock and arJr ?f battle the com
batants utter tl-t cry, as the Turks
lo that of "AJf^y each animating
tiimself by the?ertitude of immedi
?te recompens?0 forge: earth and to
condemn deat~Baltiniore Sun.
The towniutn?rities in Uruguay
lave been a;Qorized by the National
Sovernmento solicit the aid of the
nilitary f?es io exterminating lo
BABY'S SKIN ERUPTION CURED.
Was So Sore, Irritating and-Painful
That Little Sufferer Could Not
Cuticura's Efficacy Proven.
"When about two and a half rears old
my daughter broke out on her hips and the
upper parts of her legs with a very irritat
ing and painful eruption. It began in Octo
ber; the first I noticed was a little red sur
face and a constant desire on her port to
scratch her limbs. She could not sleep and
the eruptions got sore, and yellow water
came out of them. I hod two doctors treat
her, but she grew worse under their treat
ment. Then I bought the Cu ti eura Rem
edies and only used thain two weeks when
she was entirely well. This was in Febru
ary. She has never had another rough
place on her. skin, and she is now fourteen
years .old. Mrs. R. R. Whitaker; Winches
ter, Tenn., Sept. 22,1908.w
Potter Drug & Chem. Corp., Sole Props,
of Cuticura Remedies, Boston, Moss.
By a European process floor is
compressed into blocks for preserva
tion. The treatment kills all form of
larvai life and prevents ravages of
Red, Weak, Weary, : Watery* Eye*
Relieved by Murine Eye Remedy.
Compounded by Experienced Physicians.
Conforras to Pure rood nnd Druir Laws.
Murine Doesn't Smart; Soothes Eye Pain.
. Each day should find us. doing
things better than previously. Ac
quire the habit of promptness in
every" matter, large or small, which is
left to your care.
Do not neglect constipation, for this con
dition poisons tho blood and leads to chronic
ill health. Garfield Tea, the- mild herb
laxative, corrects constipation, keeps the
blood pure, and the health good.
I asked my stenographer whether
it was David or Solomo^ that wrote,
"I said in my haste ?ll men are
liars." "I .don't kno^," she said,
"but if he had lived around here he
mi<rht have said it at his leisure."
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days,
Pa 70 Unit ment v guaran ue?d to cure any
fit-eot Itching, Blind,Uleetfincor Protruding
IM ea in ? to 14 days or money refunded. 00c.
Learn to show a thorough interest
in a customer or any person ap
proaching you; try to look at the
matter from his standpoint as .well
as your own.
OFTEN THE CASE.
Women Struggle Hopelessly Along,
Suffering Backache, Dizzy Spells,
Women have so much to go through
in life that It's a pity there is io much
suffering iron backr
ache and otter com
mon curable- kidney
ills. If you Giffer so,
profit by th? wom
an's example Mrs.
Martin Dougass, 52
Cedar St., Kngston,
N. Y., says: "I had
a lame, aching -back-,
dizzy - spells,' head
aches, and a feeling
of languor. Part of
the time .I could not attend;to my
work-and 'irregularity of the kidney
secretions was annoying. Doa^s Kid
ney-l*ili3. -brought- me 'pro?irr'relief. *
Sold by all dealers. 5 6. a box.
Foster-Ml?burn Co:, Buffalo1 N."Y.
Took Him on Probaion.
Elizabeth's father had 3ied when
she was a tiny baby, am for four
rears she had ruled her nother and
ivery one with whom sh< came in
;ontact. Much to her suprise she
vas ene day introduced ti a "new
Dapa." She looked him iver care
fully, then, after much coixing, she
?lmbed upon his knee an( listened
is be told her of the many rice things
ie would do for her mothe; and her,
inally asking whether she vould love
lim just a little. She locked him
r?uarely in the eye and sad: "Yes,
i you do all you promise, Imay like
,ou, but I tell you now, ii you try
D be boss around here, we jist won't
ave you for our husband "-The
Avoid being influenced for the
rong by other persons, lune a pur
ose of your own, weigh cotnsel, but
ct from your own best thoaght.
Dr Benefit of Women who
after from Female Ills
Minneapolis, Minn.-"I was!a great
fferer from female troubles which
[ caused a weakness
and broken down
[condition of the
system. I read so
much of whatLydja
E. Pinkharii's Veg
had done for other
suffering women I
felt sure it would
help me, andi must
say it did help me
pains all lett me, ?
iw stronger, and within three months
,Tas a perfectly well woman.
'I want this letter made public to
?w the benefit women may derive
m Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
mpound."-Mrs. JOHN G. MOLDAN,
5 Second St., North. Minneapolis,
"housands of unsolicited and genu
testimonials like the above prove
efficiency of Lydia E. Pinkham's
jetable Compound, which-iii made
lusively from roots and herbs,
dornen who suffer from those dis
cing ills peculiar to their sex should
lose sight of these facts or doubt
ability of Lydia E. Pinkham's
jetable Compound to restore their
f you want special advice write
Mrs. Pink h am, at Lynn, Mass,
tfidential. For 20 years she
\ been helping sick women in
s way, free of charge. Don't
itate - write at once.
to please purchaser. AU varieties now
ready forshlpment. Small lot* 81.25por "MV:
lots of 5.000 or orer at $1.00 per"M" and special
prices on 1 arce orders. We (rive r.ulcker and
prompter service than any other srrower in S.C.
and we solicit your valued patron ase. Write
for our "BOOKLET" on the growth and culti
vation of Cabbage, written by Geo. L. Sands.
The GEO. L. BANDS CO..Box5.Bantowles.8.C.
JOHN WHITE & CO.
COTA nu s nco 16ar
nighest market price paid
I Fer Salter's catalog, page 129.
Largest growers af onion and vegetable
seeds In th? world. Big catalog tree; 'or,
send lCc in s tarn pi and receive catalog and
3000 kernels coon of onions, carree, celery,
radishes, 1900 each lettuce, rutabaga, tur
nips, 100 p?rele?, 100 tomatoes, 100 melons,
1200 charming flower seedy, In aU 10,000 ker
nels, easily worth Al of any man's money.
Or, send 20c and wo will add one package
of Earliest Poop ODay Sweet Corn.
SEES CO., Box A.C., Lc Crosse, Wis. ?9
Restores liray Hair to Natural Color. Re
moves Dandruff and Scurf. Invigorates and
prevents the Hair from falUncr off. For sale
by Richmond. Lynchburg. Va., and Baltimore,
Md.. Druggists or sent direct by
XANTHINE COMPANY. RICHMOND.VA
SI per bottle, Bauple bottle 3?c ky mall.
Circular* Sent on KtQuett.
f>r*I I YOUR PATENT by our new method. De
\i\ I monptrnte lt to ttie leading capitalists and
JUUl. manufacturen! at Madlxon Square Garden,
iewYort. Write NATIONAL PATENT & NOVELTY
EXHIBITION CO.. 10234-; Real Estate Bldg., Phi la..Pu
and G RB PP Kr
believes the aches and feverishness.
Contains No Acetnnllldo
Don't ask the girl to share your lot
intilit is paid for.
No man's quarrel is good enough
o ? make your own.
It's a wise boy who learns what he
ught not to know.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
rylocalapphcatioris;u3 theycannot rouen the
Liseased portion of tho ear. There is only one
ray to care deafness, and that is by COCBU
utional remedies. Deafness is caused byan
attained condition of the macons lining of
he Eustachian Tube. When t his tube is in
lamed you have a rambling sound or impex
BCt hearing, and when it is entirely closed
deafness is the result, and unless tho inflam
lation can be taken out and this tube re
tored to its normal condition, hearing will
.e destroyed forever. Mine cases out of ten
re ca os ed by catarrh, which is notbingbntaa
lflamed condition bf the mucous surfaces.
We will give One H tm dr ed Dollars foruuj
ot be cured by Hall's (Catarrh Cure. Send for
irouiars free. P.J. CHENEY &Oo.,Toledo,0.
Sold by Druggists, "5c. ' , -
Take Hall's Family Pilla for constipation,
The great majority of errors are
tade through carelessness. Learn to
ire; be exact; strive to have it ab
ilutely right-making a mistake in
usiness is like falling down in a|
)ot race-it is a set-back.
intirely Well of ' Eczema-Tettcrinr
Did the Work.
"I had eczema on my chest for seven
sara and lt looked like a piece of rusty
sn; the torture was almost unbearable,
ne of your salesmen offered to pay for
e Tetterine if it did not cure roe. I
led less than three boxes and am en?
Clem KInard. Ruffln, S. C.
Tetterine cures Eczema. Tetter, Rina:
orm. Ground Itch, Itching Piles, In
nt's Sore Head. Pimples, Boils, Rough
aly Patches on the Faco, Old Itching
res, Dandruff. Ce-nkcred Scalp, .Sun
is, Como, Chilblains and every form of
In Disease. Tetterine 50c; Tetterine
ap 25c. Tour druggist, or b~ mall from
e manufacturer, The Shuptrlne Co.,
Advice in an advertisement is like
stick frozen in ice ; the skater stum
es over it but nobody stops to dig
rs.Wlnslew'fl Sootninjr Syrup for OhrMrai
Bf.hmu, softens they um*, reduce? tnrtnmm-?
?n.allayapain, cur*-? wind colic.2Sc'a bottle
A boy thinks more of a sore toe
in all the rest.
Breaks a Cold Promptly. ~*
The following formula is a never
liing remedy for colds:
One ounce of compound syrup of
r'saparllla, one ounce Torie com
und and half pint of good whiskey;
x and shake thoroughly each time
d use In doses of a tablespoonful
?ry four hours.
This will frequently cure an acute
d In twenty-four hours. The ln
idients can be gotten at any drug
.'here probably is a wrong side to
rything-except maybe the right
very Woman Will Be Interested.
f you have pains in the back, Urinary,
daer or Kidney trouble, and want a
want herb cure for woman's ills, ? try
th er Gray's Australian Leaf. It ss a re
tie regulator. AH Druggists 50 eta. 8am
?any a pleasant flow of language
ininter?pted by an idea.
Only One "Bromo Qrdnfne"
i is Laxative Bromo Quinine. Look
the signatur? of E. W. Grove. Used the
rid over to Cure a Cold in One Day. 25o.
I you cannot whip a man any
:r way you may flatter him.
ch cured in 30 minutes by Woolford's
?tory Lotion N<>ver fails. At drucfcitits.
be average man' is the one who
jves he is above the average.
res Througti the Klcci?
moro poods brighter and fa?:?r colore than any otht
lye any garment without ripping apart, Writ? ior
If ll' ??'?-?HHP I'I1 M'lWHP Mill
v _ V ron-' <?H
As this very remarkable pr?paration is now
called, is the greatest Constitutional Remedy
ever known for Brood Mares, Colts, Stallions
and all other horses; also .Distemper amour
Dogs and Sheep. This compound is made of
the purest ingredients and not tn atom of
poisonous or injurious nature enters iuto Hst
composition. Many person? ore now taking
SPOHN'S for La Grippe, Colds. Congie. Kid
ney Trouble, etc., and it is always sale, lt
expels the Disease Germs from the body; act?
directly on the Blood and Glands. SPOHN'S
is now sold by nearly er err druggist and har*
ness dealer in' the land, and any can get it for
you, or send with remittance o? price to the
manufacturers, who will sty'p to vonr order,
express paid. Fifty cents and $1.00 a Lottie,
and $5.00 and $10.00 the dozen.
Record of Amma! Si ?tab
1st Year. 1.052 Bottles Sold
2nd Year. 4,364 ~ *.
3rd Year. 0.25G * .
4th Year........._18,150 *
5th Year. 40.284 -
6th Year. 72.380 \"
7th Year.100,532 - -
8th Year...124,500 ,?
9th Year. ..172.485 44 m
30th Year.221,760 - .
11th Year..287.620 *
12th Year.:378.962 -
13th Year.508.720 *?
14th Year.1.548,26? * *
Send for cur Booklet of twelve rood recipes
for family and stock medicines, FREE.
SPOHN MEDICAL CO.,
Chsmlsts and BactcricIogii.tr,
GOSHEN, IND., U. S. A*
Combine Every Known
Feature of Perfection..
They are the best plows ever made for the work intended and aro suitable for
every line of work on the farm. Llcht of draft, they -save team, are. strong;
J economical In repair s r.o bolt holes to weaken, no bolt heads to wear.
? .,tt,tn SoId subject to your approval by trial. Ask'
l^'VSHflBhirr^$a particularly for this plow at your dealer's. Tfhe
r is out of it. send tu bis name and you will be
THE CALL-WATT CO.. =
is now successfully raised in
most sections of the country and
heavy yields are obtained by
the use- of
Potash gives vigor ta the plant and insures a
deep rooted, well set ?tand that produces large
yields. AU who have used Potash, say :
Potash is Profit
Ko fertilizer is complete for
alfalfa without at leset 10 per
cent, of Potash or 10 pounds of
actual Potash per 100 pounds of
fertilizer. If you cannot set Bach
a fertilizer from your dealer voa
should reinforce the low grade
foods with 2 pounds of Muriate ol
otash to thc hundred for each per
cent, of Potash needed. ;
Write for instructive pamphlets pertaining to
th* fertilization of all crops, tte.
German Kali Works, 1224 Candler Bldg., Atlanta
RETI f OBI-93 lasted St CH1CAS0-?mtadacsi ES.
A quick and powerful remedy is needed to break up an attack of croup.
Sloan's Liniment has cured many cases of croup. It acts i ns tandy- when
applied both inside and outside of the throat it breaks up the phlegm, re
duces the inflammation, and relieves the difficulty of breathing.
gives quick relief in all cases of asthma, bronchitis, ?ore throat, tonsilitis,
and pains in the chest Price, 25c.. soc., and Si.oo.
Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Mass.
Nothing New or
For many generations Goode ii raise ha* bees
recognized M a wonderful remedial medium
lc treating and carins Pneumonia. Grippe,
Rheumatism and Neuralgia. RICE'S QOOal
}RBASE LINIMENT is made from pura goos?
crease, with other valuable curative Ingra*
[lents added. Try lt.
2?o-At ali Drnjrglste ?nd Dealers-28c.
MOSE GREASE COME
Hides and -
Feathers, Tallow, Beeswax, Ginseng,
Golden Seal, ( Yellow Root). M gr Apple.
Wild Gin sc-, etc. We ar?, dealers;
oiabluhed in I856- "Orer half a century in
Louisville"-and can do bettor for you than
agenti or comniwon merchant!. Reference,
soy Bank in Louisville. Write for weekly
price lilt sad .hipping tags.
Rf. Sahel ?& Sons,
227 E. Market St. LOUISVILLE, KY.
WE SHIP BEST QUALITY FIELD
AND GARDEN SEEDS DIRECT TO
FARMERS AT LOWEST WHOLE
WE SELL CLOVERS, GRASSES,
SEED OATS, SEED CORN, CANE
SEED, MILLET, COW PEAS, SOJA
BEANS, PEANUTS, SEED POTA
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and TOMATO SLIPS, ONION SETS,
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AND FERTILIZERS. WRITE US
FOR PRICES AND SAMPLES.
STATE WEAT YOU WANT.
NASHVILLE SEED CO.
2I5 Second Avenue, North,
JV ashville. Tenn.
ATLANTA UTILITY WORKS
EAST POINT. OA.
mwR a T E RS M ? jSi
ld, rented, exchanged everywhere. Machines, new,
hers equal <o new sold at a snvlnir ot 30 to ?0 i>er
nt. on manufacturers' price. Cash or monthly
lyment*. Covered hy sou-.e guarantee as marmfae
rers give. TVri'e f"r specimens of wrli.lng and net
ices. TYPEWRITER SA LES GO.. No. S
ortlandt St., Cor. Broadway, New York.
Qa I eli
Recoves all awe ll ta ir in 8tos?
days ; effects a pe raiment COT*
in JOtO 6o dava. Triait rca tanest
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Write Or. H. H. Qi cm's Sons. .
SoectalUtt. Box B Ailanla. Cf
SHAFTING, PULLEYS, BELTS
LOMBARD IRQ?! WORKS, AUGUSTA, BA,
5, Itching Humors, Rheumatism, Blood
Poison? Eczema, Bone Pains?,
S. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) is the only Klood remedy that kills the poison In
lood and t.*\en purifies lt-sending a, flood nt nure, rieh blood dire?: . "he ?Mn
.O i. ..... ? i M'..' M . - . ' V ' ri I'll I'll! * 1 1 ii i^*' 1 ..? T.. " . 1 O.......
ne, Hones. .l i?iiti?, und wherever the dis?*nse is located In this wn; ...1 ?*or?r,
*. Pimples, Eruptions are healed and cured, p^ins and aches of Klteumat!-!?
. spellings subside. B. B. B. completely changes the body lntoclcan, healthy
lion, giving the skin the vic!?, red hue of perfect health. B. B. B. cures Un
old cuses. Try it. SI.OO per (urge bott!? ntaH lime S'ores with di reel I iii r>
?ne cure. SAMPLE FREE b> wriiinc BI.OiiT) BALM CO , At ant?, il?
ir dvo. Ono lUe. po'-lca?o colon? all Aber?. The;- Jyo lc cold wnter bettor than anvof.irrdyo. YOB?
tree boolilot-kow io uyo, Bleaoj. and Mix Colo?. JUO?RGE DRUG CU.. Quincy. Ulinda,