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W R Swearingen.
J L Smith.
Petit Jory, lat Week
A ? DeLaughter, Meriwether.
J D White, Hibler.
J M Prescott, Collier.
W R Parks, Modoc.
J A Prince, Modoc.
J S Brace, Ward.
J W Workman, Johnston.
W J Clark, Ward. .
W P Johnson, Johnston.
J W Dorn, Pickens.
O D White, Hibler.
J S Holmes, Collier.
E B Williams, Blocker.
E T Christian, Modoc
C E Cogburn, Elmwood.
B T Boatwright, Johnston.
W R Gilchrist, Talbert.
W J White, .Plum Branch.
O P Reese, Meriwether.
C M Erg?e, Johnston,
WT Quarks, Red Hill.
J L Hart, J?dgefield. .
Ed. Harrison, Trenton.
M E Padgett, Pickens.
E M Bunch, Meriwether.
J Chalmers Buzhardt, Elmwood.
W E HarUng, Blocker.
R L Prince, Collier.
J Walter Sawyer, Johnston.
L D Swearingen, Wise.
G E Morris, Johnston.
B H Miller, Trenton.
J T Reese, Modoc.
C A Wells, Wise.
J E Jonfton, Red Hill.
J A Lyon, Plum Branch.
Quotations From Miss Willard
To Frances E. Willard's great
heart early in life came the vision
fair and clear and beautiful, the vis
ion which, save for our dullness of
spiritual apprehension and slowness
of perception, should come to ns all.
This isis her description of it. She
was Dean of Women at Northwest
ern University at the time. - Sh?
says: "It occurred to me, strange
to say, for the first time, that I
ought to work for the good cause
just where I was^-that everybody
ought. Thus I first received the I
LU I Illa tel wv??*-trigiu active >vui s.
against it; if, just where he is, the j
teacher would instruct his pupils;
if, just where he is, the voter would
dedicate his ballot to this move
ment; and so on, through -the shin
ing ? ranks Of the great
powers that make- for
righteousness, from father and
mother to kindergarten toddlers, if j
each were each day doing what each
could, just where he is."
"Everything-is not in the-tem
perance reform," she ?aid, "but the I
tempe ance reform should be in
everything.'' And again, "If we
can 1 emera ber this simple rule that
every question of practical philan
thropy or refor.ii has its temperance
aspect, and with that we-are to
Her clear mind had no doubt on
the prohibition question. '"We
must not only know why the times
are ont of joint and what will pat
them where they oaght to be," she
declared, "but must harness the
forces that will do it to the-car of
reform. When coal in the saine
bat not in the grate will warm you;
when flour in the barrel but not in
the loaf will feed you; when wool
on a sheep's back but not woven or
spun will clothe you, then the .pub
lic sentiment lying dormant in
every sane mind but not aroused,
condensed and brought to bear
through the electric battery of the
ballot-box, will put the liquor traffic
under ban of law."
Speaking of her own "Bo Every
thing" policy she said: "By this
we mean what they did at the bat
tle of Boyne, 'whenever you see a
head, hit it.' Wherever the liquor
traffic is entrenched, there put in an
appearance and send out the ammu
nition of your Gatling gan, rattling]
ts fires along the entire field. The
liqaor traflic is entrenched in the
customs of society-go oat after it,
then, with the pledge of total absti
nence for other's sake. The liqaor
traflic is protected by the people's
ignorance- -go after it in the Sunday,
schools and public schools with a
'Thus saith Nature, thus saith Rea-1
son, thus saith the Lord.' The
liquor traflic is safeguarded by the I
law-go after it into legislature |
and parliament, and give them no
rest for the sol^s of their feet till
they give you better law than yon j
have yet achieved."
Fall LOP V? Levt-ring's celebrated
roas -v. c ej?, io, 20 and 20 c nts
per pouna; aiso Leggett's fancy
Th?% C?kmson Agricultural
Clemson College, ?
To BEAVER DAM MILLS,
Edgefield, S. C.
Your attention is called to the following copy of the Fe
-which you are interested:
Fertilizer Sample No. 337 Draw
Analysis No. 10570 "*
Of C. S. Meal
Soluble Phosphoric Acid
Reverted ?' "
Nitrogen 6.25 per cent equivalent tc
Potash soluble in water
Relative Commercial Valuation per ton of 2,000 pounds
Per H. M. S
ANALYSES GUARANTEED ON SACKS
Available Phosporic Acid
We publish the above official analysis from Clemson College in order to show the farmers of
Edgefield county what they arc buying when they purchase Heaver Dam cotton seed meal.
Observe closely and see how much larger per cent Phosphoric Acid, Ammonia and Potash
our meal actuallv contains than we claim for it.
BEAVER DAM MILLS,
dgefield, S. C.
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I keeping our money among us, so are f
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I I represent the Southern States Life jj
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strong and reliable company-head |
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Give me your patronage and you |
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store, Edgefield, S. C.
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CONTEST :-: :-: :-: :-: :-:
Works Across the ro
I desire to call your attention to
Weeds, in fact, it does thc work of 8
the cotton planter and sell him the ri?
good for 17 years from the 21 day o
the patent office and I further say tl
The Chopper works across the rc
abl\ connected to a stock beam. In
of course, would cut it all out; but tl
as desired, so as to leave a SPACE b
beam and stocks are connected with
cross rod; the beam and stocks are i
drops back on thc frame, FO in case c
gether and strike the next ridge at ai
and to run deep or (mallow. The ch
y?u want eight inches, use 8-inch swe
wide sweeps. This patent calls for a
wake of thc outside sweeps. The f
nary land with one or two horses. r
chopper does all the plowing as it g(
tivation. By taking out the middle
rows at a round. This done, your co
good remedy for the bull ivecvil, try
seed in to insure a stand it will not r
I have prepared a book of instructio
lick. Tho cost is comparatively not
use thc same axles. Tho farmer wit
gets in the cotton at thc right tim?, 1
such thing a* being in the grass. It'
$1-00 today for this right and book
131 East Canton St.
Certified Copies of Teatin.omals.
Pertaining to Barnett's Cross-Wise
Cotton (.'hopper. Patented
April 21, 1003.
Orphan* FI ? n ? rio td. Dalia C ..
June 3rd, 1DU3
To Who.n it May Cuncurn:
Through the kindness of Mr. J.
S. Barnett I used his cotton, chop:
until it is chocked by weeds.
Yours very truly,
C. BEEMAN, Farmer.
Orphans Home Road, Dallas Co.,
June 4th, 1908.
To Whom it May Concern:
This is to certify that 1 gave J.
S. Barnett's cotton chopper a field
trial on my farm and will say that
I represent a
strong line of Fire In
and can insure your
Your patronage wil l .
H. A. Smith.
Cleaning and Pressing
I respctf ally notify the Edge
fie'.d public that I have moved my
dying, cleaning and pressing room
to the ground floor of the Corner
Store's annex, and solicit a contin
uance of your patronage. Wc guar
antee satisfaction on every piece of
work we send[,out.
Notice is hereby given that the
firm of Bracknell & Baker has th:
day been dissolved by mutual con
sent. All persons indented to th.
ti rm will please settle with J. W.
Bracknell & Son. All persons win
have claims against thc said fini
will forward same to J. W. Brack
nell & So??.
J. W. BRACKNELL,
T. O. BAKE it.
Notice To The Public:
This is to State that Polir
No. 35r,8T of the Phoenix In
rance Company, of Brooklyn, JS
York, has been lost or stolen froi
my offi(,c, and thc Phenix Insurant
Company places the public or. n
tice that it will not recognize li
bi li ty under said policy. If sa?
is found, please return it promptl;
to my ofh'
E. J. Norris, Agent.
Jar. 3!. HUM.
ct's Home Made 4-Wheeled
ws the right way. Patented April 21,1908.
this Great Labor Saver. The chopper that does Execution to Grass and
men. After looking around for a time, I have decided to go direct to
trht to make his chopper for his own use for One Dollar. This right is
t" April, 1908. I will say here that I have complied with all the laws bf
iat this chopper does all I claim for it or your money back.
A Short Description.
ws, the chopping and plowing is done with a System of sweeps, adjust
setting up these sweeps I will say you can close them altogether-that,
lis connection being an adjustable ene you then move out on the beam,
etween the sweeps that will allow 1 or 2 stalks to pass through. The
the front with rods; they are also connected beneath the frame with a
novable in the frame: if the handles are elevated and let go, the beam
?f skips or bad stand, by elevating the handles you miss that part alto
ly depth desired. The chopper can be adjusted to leave 1 or 2 stalks;
opper cuts uniform any distance, by using large and small sweeps. Say
ieps. If wanted extra large, take out one or more stocks and use extra
iny number. I think 5 or 6 about right. The rear wheels run in the
ront wheels cut under, turning is easy. The chopper works in any ordi
Phe old way of .barring off cotton is a waste of time and money. This
)es across, leaves dirt to the cotton and gives thc land a ' thorough cul
stock and straddling yon can give your cotton a second plowing, two
tton is under control. This mid cultivation early in th* spring is a
it. Now let me say riiihr, hera: In danting if v "i will put plenty of
my you to follow this cnopper with a hoe, for the arno- " 'eft with you,
ns for making tiic chopper that tells everything '.om the first to the last
liinir. you simply take any light cast off whe< '. and cut them down awl
h the aid of this chopper is independent as far as labor is concerned. Ile
?otb chopping and plowing as he goes at the rate of 10 acres a day. No
s what you save that counts. Read what the farmers say, and send
ol' instructions for making and be ready. Address
it is all right and the best chopper
I have ever seen. It plows the
ground and leaves the cotton in
growing condition. It will save
seventy five per cent, hoe work. I
endorse ibis chopper.
TO.M MU I1 Farmer
R. F. ?). No. 3, Dallas Co., Tex
June 18th, 1908.
To Whom it May Concern:
As for Mr. Barnett's Cross-wise
>tton chopper I can say that they
sted it hero and said it was just
e thing, a great labor saver and
eed killer. Yours truly,
W. R. TIERNDON. Blacksmith.
Denton Road, Dallas Co., Tex.
June 8th, 1908
To Whom it May Concern.
This is to certify that I have this
day given J. S. Barnett's cotton
chopper a field trial on my farm 9
mik o north of Dallas. It will take
the place of the first plowing and
leaves the cotton so it can be p ut to
a perfect stand with the hoe with
w"\k. It is a great labor saver.
C. R. WELCH, Farmer
Dallas, Tex., July 8th, 1908.
I have been personally and inti
mately acquainted with Mr. J. S.
Barnett, the invento'r of the Cross
wise cotton chopper, for the past 15
years and know him to be an hon
or ibl !, up.-ightand truthful mm.
J. S. DUNLAP,
398 Commerce St.
Orphans Horne Road, Dallas Co.,
June 18th, 1908
To Whom it May Concern:
I will say that while I never saw
Barnett's cotton chopper I did see
where it had been in Mr. Beeraan's
field, and I was surprised at its
work. Yours truly,
C. F. ARNETT, Farmer.
I hereby certify that the above
testimonials are true and correct
copies; and that I was not acquaint
ed with cither of the above gentle
men, before personally asked them
to give my machine a field trial.
J. S. BARNETT.
Subscribed and sworn to before
me this the 9th day of July, 1908.
J. S. DUNLAP,
Notary Public, Dallas Co., Texas
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