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i Alittle boy was asked by his teach
er'to define the fluid known to chem
ists as H20. Almost "without hesita
tion, the bright little chap answered,.
"Water is a colorless liquid which
becomes black when you wash your
hands, in it."-March Lippincott's.
A Domestic Tragedy..
She went to buy wool underwear,
The warmest she could get;
But struck a bargain-counter
And bought-embroidered net!
Proverbs and Phrases.
A thread too fine spun will easily
Stand with anybody that stands
Think twice before you speak, and
then talle to yourself.
A villian when he seems most kind
is. most to be'suspected.-Spanish. ^
' The world never sours upon a mari
until he sours on himself.
That man is the most educated that
is the most useful.
The ocean beats against long and
seemingly interminable sandy beach
es with innumerable towns and
camps, as in summer when the great
interior valleys become hot the ranch
er brings out his camping outfit and
starts for the shore. So popular is
this idea in thc rainless summer that
in various parts of the state are seen
"tent cities," where for a modest
sum one can rent a completely equip
ped camp with an ac?mpanying guar
antee of perfect, stemless weather,
and in many places a guarantee of no
' thunderstorms. Off shore flows" the
Japanese Gulf Stream, which, with
the ocean, modifies the, entire region,
as the Gulf Stream effects England,
though some students of weather
deny this; the-people, however, be
lieve it because it is mild. The result
is, the mountains bf the state, from
north to south, have a real winter,
but the valleys live in a perennial
spring or summer. It does not rain
from May to November, so there is a
wet and dry season, and when the
East is frozen .up, California of the
lowlands is vivid with greens, and
wild flowers of every hue and tone
convert the land into a garden. In
fi word, the climate of all California
is mueh like that of Italy and the
Rivira, with this exception: it is
not so cold in winter nor so hot in
summer, hqnee ; is really remarkable
and particularly adapted .to those
who desire an outdoor life all the
year round without ice and snow. In
winter the country below three thou
sand feet looks like the East in June
or July. All the wild and garden
.flowers are in bloom, yet there is a
decided crispness in the air, and peo
ple wear winter clothing and have
flies to keep warm o' nights. Near
Los Angeles, a tourist center and a
eity of .nearly 300,000, in February
the adjacent Sierra Madre may be
?eapped with snow, yet the bathinfe; is
i?cod at the beaches and the water
?Mi colder than in July iri th? East.
-From "Along the American Rivi
?;r.v'' in The Outing Magazine for
Trees grow? on mountain-sides, in
lemote country districts, and in some
residential quarters. They. furnish
shade, Presidential timber, and, when
''sliced thin, delicious breakfast foods.
/.?rees are useful for cutting down,
??nd furnish occupation for the other
wise unemployed. In the form of
i&ilroad ties, they furnish a basis for
tend issues and for stock market
"panics. Trees may be oak, beech,
chestnut, or elm, but they are always
popular. They make excellent fire,
especially when made into some
novels. Trees are brown and green,
hut: when made into paper are gener
ali;/ yellow. This is when they bark
Trees were at one time used for
hanging purposes. Now we use In
vestigating Committees, thus show
ing the advance in civilization.
?Among Rock-a-bye babies, the tree
top is a favorite. Later on the
Christmas tree is in vogue.' At the
club, the only tree used is the hat
tree. Americans consider themselves
superior to all trees. That is why
they . cut them so.-Thomas L. Mas
in March Lippiucott's.
If a man is in the cheese business,
don't joke with him about the odor
if you expect an order. Most people
take their? business seriously.
Helped Wis. Couple.
It doesn't pay to stick too closely
to old notions of things. New ideas
often lead to better health, succass
A Wis. couple examined an idea
new to them and stepped up several
rounds on the health ladder. The
"Several years ago we suffered
from coffee drinking, were sleepless,
nervous, sallow, weak, and irritable.
Ky wife and I both loved coffee and
thought it was a bracer." (delusion).
"Finally, after years of suffering,
we read of Postum and the harmful
ness of coffee, and believing that to
gnow we shculd give Borne attention
to new ideas, we decided to test Pos
"""When we made It right we,liked
lt and were relieved of Ills caused by
coffee. Our friends noticed the
change-fresher skin,sturdier nerves,
better temper; etc.
"These changes were not sudden,
but relief increased as we continued
to drink and enjoy Ppstum, and we
lost the desire for coffee.
"Many ?f our friends did not like
Postum at first, because they did not
make it right. But when they boiled
Postum according to directions on
pkg., until it was dark and rich .they I
liked it better thai coffee and were
benefited by the change." "There's
a Reason. "
Name given by Postum Co., Battle .
Creek, Mich. Read "The Road to
Well ville" in pkgs. .
Ever read the above letter? A new
one appears from time to time. They
are genuine, true, and foll of nunijin
interest. / v ; ; !
Modern Methods Tl
Farmer, Fruit Grov
For Picking Cherries.
With the aid of an improved fruit
gatherer, designed by an Indiana
man; the most delicate Of small fruits,
such as cherries, can be severed from
their stems without mutilation, in
fecting or soiling of tbe fruit in the
least, and without the necessity of
the hands of the person coming in
contact with the fruit. As shown in
the Illustration, the paperer is of a
size to .be easily manipulated by the
li and. In one end is an opening, to
freely ?dmit the fruit, a stationary
blade. and a movable blade be: ?
placed in advance of the opening.
By this novel, arrangement of the
fixed blade and the disposition 'of the
movable blade and its arm, the move
ment of the one blade past the other,
besides effectively severing the stems,
tends to impel the severed fruit into
the opening. In practico the device
is held in either hand and as the
stems of the fruit are cut it slides
down the incline and into the recep
tacle. When the latter is filled, the
contents are'' easily discharged
through the hinged lid at the end.
By reason of the sound and cleanly
condition of the fruit, loss and de
terioration incident to mutilation and
soiling when picked and gathered di
rectly by human hands is prevented.
Orchard Grass For Broken Land.
L. B., Lylevue, writes: We have a
piece of rough, stumpy land which we
would like to seed to some grass that
winemake a heavy undergrowth and
also permanent pasture. The land is
on top of a hill and the rocks are
loose and on top of the ground. How
vould orchard grass do?
Answer by Professor Soule: I do
cot think you will find any grass bet
ter adapted to the land described in
Vour letter than orchard em***
grass ls a st
Ton might so
vdth it, if th
cropping <5u* :
tion. The bl
much- more s
g rasa, but It v ^- -?
lund with a good sod provided you do
not graze it too closely. Orchard
grass stands second in the list of graz
ing grasses,, and it remains on the
land for a number of years. One ob
jection to it Is its tendency to grow in
tussocks and form rather an uneven
or open sod.
Fall Preparation of Cotton Field.
For the best results the field
should be plowed in the early fall
o:-r winter, not later than the 1st to
the 10th of January, and earlier if
If the farmer uses an ordinary
plow, then the fall plowing (break
ing) should be one or two inches
deeper than usual and the furrows
should be set on edge. If a disk
p;ow can be secured, use it and plow
a? deep as possible-the deeper .the
better. In case a disk plow can not
bo obtained, use a subsoil plow after
breaking. Following the breaking
plow with a narrower plow in the
S?.rue furrow is better than not to se
cure depth in plowing, bat this is not
equal to' the use of the disk plow or
the subsoil plow. It is not advisable
to throw a large quantify of cold sub
soil to the surface at oue time. After
wards, during the autumn and winter,
the field should be disked or plawed
three and one-half to four inches
deep every .three weeks, being gov
erned by soil conditions. It is not
well to stir land when it is too wet.
If no fall or winter plowing has
bien done, plow without, delay about
one inch deeper than usual and run
n&rrow furrows to set well on edge.
Disk or plow again before planting.
Tillage is manure. The soil gets air
by stirring, and plant food which
would not otherwise be used by the
growing crop becomes available.
Most plants first throw out their
feeding roots in the warm surface
soil if finely pulverized, and it is best,
therefore, immediately before plant?11
Qcit seeming busy and get busy.
Keep your promise to deliver goods
If you aren't a booster you needn't
be a knocker. ^
It is far easier for some, to guess
wrong than think right.
A funny story always sounds; bet
ter after business hours.
About the last place to carry a
grudgejs in your business.
Proverbs and Phrases
If yon, "monkey" with your quali
ties they will "monkey" with your
t The business having the most intel
ligent staff has the greatest chance for
Promptness is the essence of oil
?ood business, the lack ef it the cause
.f most failure.
Often the mgrl word that turns
iwaj wrath, will fail to disperse tko. I ti
.cok igent or "te bill collector. ? ?Ci
lat Are Helpful to
irer and Stockman.
ing, to uso a tooth or dfek harrow,
shallower than the plowing.
Plant as early as is safe from
frost. The actual date of planting
depends on locality. The important
point is to plant as early as the
weather and soil conditions permit
' Have a Seed Plot.
A seed plot should be kept by
every farmer for all his staple crops.
Ou an area sufficiently . large , to pro
duce all the seed needed for next'year
he can well afford to spend consider
able time. Out of the plants on this
seed plot he cari" select the very best
for the next year's, seed plot, and the
balance, after removing all defective
plants, he can use for seed for plant
ing his general crop the next year.
This Is considered too much trou
ble by many, but no greater mistake
could be made. An increase of twen
ty-five to fifty pounds of lint cotton
per acre and of three ?to five bushels
of corn or oats can easily and quickly
be secured in this way by the result
ing improvement of seed alone.
The same methods should be fol
lowed with, corn, but greater care is
necessary to prevent the mixing of
corn with other varieties planted near
by. If the seed corn is to be pur
chased with which to start breeding
or selection, by all means require
that the seller send you the corn on
the cob. It will pay you even if it
costs more, as you will get better
Experiments in Molasses Feeding.
The results of experiments carried
out in Germany as to the amounts of.
molasses that may with advantage be
ied to horses and cattle are worthy
of notice. For cattle lt was found
that six pounds of molasses per 1000
pounds live weight is probably the
maximum daily allowance that
should tie given, although eight
pounds were fed without evil effects.
Horses that do considerable work
were fed with molasses with encou
raging results, the ration being mixed
in the proportion of seven and a half
pounds of corn, seven pounds of bran
and five pounds of molasses. It was
noticed that on this diet horses per
spired very little during hot weather.
Even when ten pounds of molasses
per day were given to^ the horses, no
evil effects were noticeable', but some
difficulty was experienced in getting
the animals accustomed to it. /
To Keep Rabbits From Fruit Trees.
Take a. Bheet of ordinary newspa
per and carefuly wrap lt around the
tree, using all of one sheet-not half
of it-to each tree, observing to fjt
it closely down to the ground and up
the tree eighteen or twentvtfnii?- ??
_VJ a. i ts. ana remove papers.-C. C,
Pen For Small Chickens.
Here is a drawing of a rather
unique pen for feeding young chick
ens, and at the same time preventing
the old ones from "butting" in and
getting the bulk of the feed. The cor
respondent of Prairie Farmer says
that he selected a convenient place
near a picket fence and inclosed an
area about four feet square by driv
ing pickets into the ground for a few
Feeding Pen For Chickens.
Inches. Around the top of the stakes
he wove a light wire, as shown in the
illustration. He removed one picket
before taking the picture, so as to
show how the wire was interwoven,
and how easily one picket may be re
moved if desired.
This sort of a pen is also used to
hold the turkey hen with poults, pro
viding it is not desirable to give her
liberty, which is often the case during
the early-part of the season.
Remedy For Cabbage Blight.
This is a fungus disease, and is in
your soil. It is like the cotton "Black
Root or Wilt." You must plant your
cabbage in an entirely new place some
distance from this land. B.v planting
this affected soil in other crops for
two years this fungus disease will die
out for lack of something to feed
Here and There.
Be cautious-but don't let the other
'ellow get there first.
Business that is worth while (leav
ng is not picked up-in a day.
An excuse is a good thing to keep
./rapped up in moth paper.
He who plays games with the cat
s most likely to get scratched.
There are so many men who have
lothing to say, and insist on saying it
Cultivate^ the _habit of cheerfulness.
The accounts we would like to hnvi
n our books are usually cash cus
omers of our competitors.
If we always had thc good times we
bought we were having, how difieren!
; would be in the morning.
Could we preach to all the world,
ur message would be-belter a true
nd happy heart than great riches.
He who loves ways, will soon fln.l
bat evil ways so love him that 1
innot be divorced from them.
?TATE OP OHIO, CITY OF TOLEDO, I
LUCAS COVNTTT, }
FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath that he ia
lenior partner of the firin of F. J. CHENEY &
Zo., doing business in, [the City of Toledo.
Jo un ty and State aforesaid, .and that said
firm -\vill pay thesum of ONE HUKDBED DOL
LARS for each and cyeijy case of CATABRH
that cannot'be cured by the use of HALL'S
JATABKH CUKE. ' . FftANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before roe and subscribed in my
presence, this 6th day of December, A. D.,
1886. A. W. GLEASON,
?8EAL.) I Notary Piiblic.
Ia?'8 Catari-h Cur?is taken internally, and
acts directly on the.blood and mucous sur
faces of the svstem.-' Sen?} for testimonials,
free. F. J. CHENEY ?Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by all Druggists, "?c.
Hail's Family Pills are'the best.
If a man is in the cheese business,
lon't joke witb?imi &out the odor
f you expect an order. ? Most people
;ake their business, seriously.
To. Cure Ring/Worms and Skin
Varaville. S. C.. July 17,' 1908.
Mr. J. T. Shuptrlne, Savannah, Ga.
Dear Slr:-My wife used y$ur Tetterlne
Tor PJngworm, ' also, uses lt: lp-her family
lor-ail -kind-of 'akin^diseases, and sn?
thinks it a good medicine. There is nc
Respectfully. , R-..Dowling.
Tetterlne cures Eczema. Tetter. Ring
Worm. Ground Itch. Itching tPlljs. In
fant's Sore Head. Pimples, Bolls, Rough
Scaly Patches on v. e. Face, Old Itching
Sores, Dandruff ' Cankered Scalp. Bun
ions, Corns, Chilblains and overy form of
Skin Disease. Tetterine .50c; Tetterlne
Soap 25e. Your druggist, or by mail from
the manufn<- tarer, The Shuptrlne ( Co..
Savannah, Ga. ^_
The man who is willing i * be .con
vinced, usually is! , ?.
Stiff neck! D:*wntc' amount, to mach,
but mighty disagreeable.; > ou ye- no idea
how-. quickly a little Hnmhns Wizard Od
-will lubricate the corda and make you
Hunger is the ?best sauce.-Dutch.
Address the Garfield jea Co. as above
when writing for free samples of Garfield
Tea. the true remedy for constipation.
He who has all he wants has more
than he needs.
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days,
Paco Ointment is guaranteed to cure soy
ca-e of 1 tching, Bl ina, Bleeding or Protruding
Pi Ira in 6 to 14 days or mopey rei rinded, fifa.
WANTED-Actl?i\ mergetlc men to reprenant us.
Profitable po'ltlon?, mutters make big money.
Cash weekly Advances. Complete outflt free.. Write
Immediately forour ilbrrnl on>r. W.T. HOUD &CO.'
OLD DOMINION KUBSEK1ES.
Mention thu Paper. ..- . K1CEMOND, VA.
something to have a telephone w
The Rural Telephone pay*
reach of every farmer. Present
panies are now organizing sb a?
Atlanta Kansas (
Dallas Saint Lo
Color more goods brighter and faster colors thou any
can dye any gar meut without ripping apart. Writ
There are more fortunes made than
Only One "Bromo Quinine**
That is Laxative Bromo Quinine. Look
for the signature of fi. W. Grove. Used the
World over to Cure a Cold in One Day. 25c
The faith that pays is the.faith
For COLDS and GRIP.
Hick's CAPUDIXX ls the best remedy
relieves the aching and feverishness-corea
the Cold and restores*normal conditions. It's
liquid-effects Immediately, lie, ?Sc and
BOc, st drug stores._
Pay as you go if you want to' be
A Domestic Eye Kerned?
Compounded by Experienced Physicians.
Conforms to Pure Food and Drugs Laws.
Wins Friends Wherever Used. Ask Drug
gists for Murine Ev? Remedy. Try Murine,
A man's vices get more free" ad
vertising than his virtues.
Mrs.Winslow's Soothing Syrup tor Children
teething, softens tuegums, reduces ?n?amnvt
rioa. allaya pAin, cures wind colic. 25c a bottle
In order to make~trouble for.other
people, you have also to mak? it for
yourself._. ', .'
Itch cured in 30 minutes by Woolford'?
Sanit?r}'Lotion Never fnils. At druggists.
Onty the pauper con afford to risk
all he has upon a single venture.
MUST BELIEVE IT.
Every Reader Will Concede thc Trnth
of This Statement.
One who suffers with backache or
any form of kidney trouble wants a
cure, not merely tem
porary benefit: Rev.
Maxwell S. Rowland,
of Toms River, N. J.,
makes a statement in
this connection that
is worth attention.
Says he: "I was sud
denly taken with an
attack of kidney
( trouble, had severe
pains in my b?ck
and loins and was
generally run down.
Doctors were not
helping me, so I be
gan using Doan's
Kidney Pills. They . brought me
prompt relief, and as I continued tak
ing them the pains In my back disap
peared and the kidneys were restored ,
to normal condition."
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-MIlburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. 1
"I am your friend," writes Miss W. M. Wiesman,
of Dorsey, JU., "and send you my thanks, for what
Cardui has done for me. My health was had for two
years. I suffered dreadful pain in my left side and
headache and fainting spells every month. Since I
have used Cardui, I am on the road to WeUville and
I cannot say enough in favor, of Cardui." ,
This famous medicine grows more popular every
year, and when you have tried it, you will under
stand why its sales are constantly increasing.
It Will Help You
G H 1451
Cardui is a good medicine-for women. It do.es
the work. It is pleasant and harmless to take and
seems to go to the sick spot and coax
it back to health.
Headache, backache, s?deache,
hundreds of other symptoms'' of fe
male trouble-have all been driven
away by the use of Cardui. Try it.
mm -i : ? ?
Want a Telephone?
If you do you can get it. . If you are anxious to get into closer
touch with your friends, with the family doctor, with the store, with the
post office, or with the cotton buyer, you can do it with a telephone
at hand. If you want to make the farm a more livable place, if you
want to protect your home, you can do it by installing a telephone.
If you will cut out this advertisement, write your name and
address on the margin and mail it to-day to our nearest house,
we will send you at once a copy of our Free Bulletin No. 101 on
How to Build Rural Telephone Lines
ute cost, ir you have some hay down all ready to go in, it is worth
[th which to call on Neighbor Smith "for a lift" before the storm breaks.
; for itself each year and we have brought the initial cost within the
prices ?re especially favorable and thousands of Fanners' Mutual Com
3 to build their lines this Spring. t Write us to-day.
The world'* oldest and largest tele
phone manufacturer. There are over
4.000,000 Western Electric T?l?phon?s
tn use tn the United Sutes to-day.
. Baril Telephones a specialty
Northern and Western Offices
Salt Lake City
othor dye Ono Ute. package colors all fibers. The;- Jyo Ic cold water batter than any other dye. Yon
o for free booklot-How to uyo. Bleach and Mix Colors. MONROE 1)11 VG CO., Quincy, Illinois.
CABBAGE PLANTS FOR SALE.
We are situated on the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad main
line with four expresses daily. Any one buying cabbage
plants from us will have one day's advantage over the Meg
gett and Young's Island territory, as they have only one ex
press a day. Our plants are frost proof and will stand any
Lots 1,000 to 5,000 $1.25 per thousand.
Lots of 6,000 to 20,000 90c per thousand.
Varieties: Charleston Wakefield, Early Jersey Wakefield
and Flat Dutch. Satisfaction and count guaranteed. (Always
send cash with order. Give us an order and see?or yourself.
GREEN POND PLANT COMPANY,
GREEN POND, SOUTH CAROLINA.
I A ni FC i*' UB wna TO" fSEE o SO-Cent
I AUILO Box of VITA SAXA. m. none
JL Trrutioorit for Fi-mule Dliruiei. Write
new. EDWIN* MERCER CU., Dopt.8. DCtMR. MICH
Nothing New or
For man/ generations Goose Grease bas boen
recognised aa a wonderful remedial medium
lie treating and curing Pneumonia, Orippe,
Rheumatism and Neuralgia. RICK'S Q003B
GREASE LINIMENT la made from pare goose
grease, with other valuable curative ingre
dients added. Tr- lt.
BS?-At ?I! Dragglats and Dealera-flSe.
P B LD EL-S
RBDCHOBS Pile and
Fistula Cure and
Boole sent by mail
REA CO.. DEPT. B. <fc MINNEAPOLIS. MINN
Keep It on Hand!
Couchs and colds may seize any
member of the family any lime.
Many a bad cold has been averted
and much sickness and luff erina
hos been saved bythe prompt use
of Piso's Cure, lhere is nothing
like it to break op coughs and colds.
There is no bronchial or lung
trouble that it will not relieve.
Free from opiates or harmful in
gredient*, fine for children.
At all draggiata'. 25 cts.
O? the Best Strains for the Next 30
Days at thc Following Prices:
J.OOO to 4,000 at $1.2/5 per 1.000 : 5,000 to 10.000 at
$1.00 per 1,000: 10.000 to 50.000 at 75c per $1.000.
Having reduced the prices have decided not to
do mir C. O. D. business, but ask that money
accompany all orders, as a few Jots of plants
uncalled for tak-s up all tho profits.
Correspondence sollcltod. Satisfaction guar
2. L. COAT;
Box O, - ETHEL, S.C.
E WANT AGENTS to
sell our new and valuable book entitled
!ta!y Earthquake Horrors
We pay a good liberal commission. Send
ten cents for agents outfit and begin
work at once.
C. H. Robinson & Co.
No. 300 N. Tryon St. CHARLOTTE. N. C.
THE LEXINGTON HOTELS
lt I CH MOM D, V1RUINIA.
i Close to the Depots, Post. Oiric. Gapit
Square.. Wholesale and Retail sections.
Most grateful and comforting.is
a waun "bath with Cuticura Soap
and gentle anointings with Cuti*
eura. This pure, sweet, econom
ical treatment brings immediate
relief and refreshing sleep to skin
tortured and disfigured little ones
and rest to tired, fretted mothers.
For eczemas, rashes, itching*,
irritations and chafings, Cuticura
Soap and Cuticura Ointment are
worth t'ifeir weight in gold;; ? ,
. Sold throughout the world'. Depot?: London."37.
"Charterhouse Sq.: Paris, fi. Bue de la Paix: Aua tra?
Ila. R. Town? * Co., Sydney; Iadta. D. K. Paul,
Calcutta; China, Hong Korie Drug Co.; Japan?
Maruya, Ltd.. Tokio; Russia, Ferreln. Moscow;
Bo. Atrlea. Lennon. Ltd., Cape Town, etc.; U.S.A^
Potter Drug & Chem. Corp., Sole Prop?. Boston
riMumana Longer Wearing them any others. i
Shoes for Svf ry Hemtitr of the Tnmlly,
Men, Buya, Women,M Uietnotl Children?
For aal? hy ah oe dealer? everywhere. '
Oft UTI OW I ^?"e Rennine without W. i. Douglas
UnU I lull 1 nani? and price stamped on bottom.
Fait Color Eyaltts Uni Exclusively. Catalog isa&sdnrsa
W. L DOUGLAS. 167 Spark St, Brockton, Maa. >
fjf? Per Stiller's catalog, pogo 129. ||
is.rgcat grower? of seed potatoes anti early |
vegetables in the world. Big catalog free; or,
send 16c. In stamps and receive catalog and
1000 kernels each ot onions, carrots, celery,
radishes. ?S00 lettuce, rutabaga, turnips, j
100 parsley, 100 tomatoes, 100 melons, 1200 j
charming dower feeds, In all 10,000 kernels,
easily worth 81.00 of any man's money. Or,,
send 20c. ana we add one package of Earliest j
Peep O'Day Sweet Corn.
B SALZER SEED CO., Box A. C.. La Crosse.
, EestoresGray Hair to Natural Color, Re
moves Dandruff and Scurf. Invigorates anO
Sreventa the Bair from falling: off. . For salo
y Richmond. Lynchburg. Va., and Baltimore,
Md.. Druggists or sent direct by
XANTHINE COMPANY, RICHMOND.VA
.1 ?er bottle. Sample bottle 36c by nail.
Cl rev lan Sent on RrQUe*t.
doned on Private Gin. w if,r
5 Bushels at $1.00 per bushel; 10 Buah
els at 90c per bushel; 20 Bushels, at 80c
per bushel, f. o. b., Langley, S. C.
W. H. FRANKLIN, Augusta, Ga., FL 4.
Thompson's Eye Water
SHAFTING, PULLEYS, BELTS
LOMBARD IRON WORKS. AUGUSTA. SA.
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
TOES, CABBAGE PLANTS, POTATO
and TOMATO SLIPS, ONION SETS,
GARDEN BEANS, GARDEN PEAS,
AL j KINDS GARDEN, FIELD AND
FLOWER SEEDS, LAND PLASTER
AND FERTILIZERS. WRITE US
FOR PRICES AND SAMPLES.
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NASHVILLE SEED CO.
215 Second Avenue, North,
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LOUISVILLE, KY. *:*
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