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' >SSa&e;B its'appeal.- An i if .we .^?re asksa
io attentiont? doial?s* X?i?es th?
;? ??um- of .,;i?f&\$?^^^ ''tk^onnii '
* m ml? t?t?&?' t?iey ?t
w?ot .-J?o^ I
foo* you* CO??JL? ipi and try on your 8?z?
;H. S; & M. O^RGOATS $15.00 ^
.J _| yo? caa ge? Is 1
J PW??(| we ??? t?roa4 to state ?fe we?hoH' and e?nt?oi; the .
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?1x9 Farsters' Educational and
Os-Opirativs TTnlon or Amorlca,
OON.Ob'QTgD ?Y J. O. 8TRIBLINQ.
?&* Conimuiofttlona intended for thia
department ab*m?d bs addrfaeed to j
J. 0.?trlbilng. Pendleton, 8. O.
???Mnii??Iiii 1 i.S^r~'':ir^'iiir?niw?a^ig jf 'TTlH??MSi :
- The Pendleton ' Farmers' Union
will meet at 83o'clock Friday uve?niig
next, l?tu inst.
Sow a Big Crop of Small Grain.
?i' ?. ' ._
Get in all the email grain you eau,
hnt do not sow without deep ploughing
Present high prices loy cotton with
tho nattering prospects for high
?rices for next year's crop ' is goiog to
ead tho un&ready nod greedy CIUHS of
cotton growers to putin, a tremendous
crop next ' yentl.''. This is just the kind
Ci policy that pl?ys-into tho h?iiids of
the wily cotton bears, and all level
headed farmers had best make prepa*
ration? now to face tho calamity tbat
may fall upon the imprudent all-cot
ton farmer next year.
You should us? the highest grad?
acid, phosphate on the market dh your
Wo find in using thia high grado: that
it does not distribute through tb; / drills
as well as the low grades, out we rem
etly th? by miring abvui .uno peck of
dry ashes or dirt to tho sack, r which
makes the,01amy, staff pass through
the machines nicely ;
\;tt if? much cheaper for you ta furnish
this dirt or. dyrer, than to pay the fac
tory man for it and tho railroad men
freight on it also. s
; Wo never nee any ammoniated com
mercial ninmnea on small grain in tho
faU^vaa. we % hint .the -heavy. winter
rain s ' leaches it out by evaporation or
otherwhi*/ . . ?
Sco.fe Nwnow ?wo*'
; Well, yoa can writedown score hum
ber in favor of tho Farmers' Union and
tho Southern Cotton Association in
this grand light for cqcitable pri?es
for our great -Southern Staple, cot
ton. - y: ..:* . .'.:>: i :
g Eaat year's crop waaheld for 10 cents
and most; tuen ? that stack to it. like
men with manhood about them, won
out ott ten cepts/ audf many got evett
moro, for they added on the stated
price- for interest' and "mental agony,"
and got from one-half to three fourths
of a cent above", tb? 10 c?UJta niluiwura
jarico. . :. But;rriOfe? ^w^^^a^on^
think, about tho poor delud??,t follow
that sold for- l?s? tit?n 10 cento for iaat
year's crop and lesa than ll -cents for
thia years- crop;, Sing tho praise load
and long; for the1 jol'd haya??de and clod*
hoppers ?r?;pslniiig k?owlodge of their
business fast* They have , proven
twicer .recently^ inaii they .bave.; mon
amdng theni that h&Ve~ sufficient pluck;
Energy and grit to win- out as least two
and a fraction timos, out of a set figure
f?rOttly two roubds.
;V Our organizations have named min^
kunuprices for both dur last crops,
I andi-we; have gotten, .mor? than Our
minimum .prices botb'iimes.
TheboyifresP0t?ei?>lo t?r ^biscolumn
nt the outset n?med 12* cents Ob tho
lowest mark that tirolitable prices
could be obtained upon an averege for
this gear's crop, ;an.d;-we.:.aro;atill:.of;this
. . ;!fc ' is now plain to overyebuain?as
-imW ia thocountry ; tbaf if all had
stuck to U couta thatcou?d^ay?
slanotl the new market at, H^- c?nts
lust aa easy as you did?efcartit at 0| to
10 o ns! . - ' :sm%M?*
? Weil, the rac? ?? about oven about
all tha d^mpera aro no?v down and oat
??r?th?nking- ab^ut fieat?ng tho .other
fellow to the crowded gin, and then to
th8 market as thongrh he espectad a
prisso foi the man that cox?d act tho
\ Cote* Their Eaemtes for. Advice.
isj-tts* ?nfebr1 tho t?ott?&.Aeaociatio??
rf?rlat?vic? ns to pro??a1>le-iVrfceft WT???
|n^|iUO?ld get for their c/itton? No!
??b^sBpMd ar?nnd^ ear??;and late
some ot thom-tor fear thV-fc BOIUU of
tKoir :?ioVo faith!o! tieigit?&s might
t?*aof?i r?psj. l^^^i^^^PS^^'^:
?w?w? se^eh ?>nl?B of l?oi?&^^&S
Umoip the rnafc *t this rute of lo?
11 ,vcr"- g?od'm^l??v;-1'.
: vStew?otee ?t?io i h^d , stolen this
mul^frxiitlyou ip th)e?^lib.tvtime and
Wm ffj w?tb it, you w^old havo l(t ??f
you bover oft?? tbonght fe neces
:^y,to;g^.oni^f ;^i^?ocal vPa^etiS?
eonfcj with your neighbors there, to
bersbip and alee np oar men as to their
buBineas qualification and finaecial
rating! They aro raen who have some
thing to show that would indicate
their worth ca to character and good
judgment. While some ol! our mem
bers may not grow'only a few bales of
cotton, tho average Union men ot tho
South produce over ah average num
ber of bales? and wo notice that ouo of
our membora etored twelve hundred
bales at ono-timo rb odr Galveston
. Farmers' Union men have no fight to
make ORaioat the Southern Cotton!
Association or any other organization
that is' working for profitable prices
for co >.ton, for we owe it to each other
to staut together for profitable prices
As govi Fanners* Union men we
should be glad to have au organiza
tion like the Southern Cotton AEBO- j
elation where tito farmer, merchant,
banker and all other interests of the
whole South can come together in con
ference as to tho lu-ht. Hilnpr . to do for
our common intorest, which hangs on
profitable prices to thu producers of
cotton. V ?- - _ ' ? ' .
The State Farmers' Union.
At a meeting, of the committee on
the good of the c/ier at Anderson on
the Oth iuBt., B. F. Earle, tho State
organizer, waa requested 'to call a
council of the Farmers1 Union of the
Statoto meet in tho Court House at
Anderson at ll a. m., November 28d?
Delegates from all county unions
will be elected upon the basia of ono
delcgate-at'largo from each county
union, and ono delegate for each one
hun^j-ed members or fraction there-.
of. v. \;;
V^iiere county unions have not been
organized, local unions may send one.
delegate for each local union to meet
with thia State council.
; All union men are invited to attend
thia State council and may take part
in discussions, but only delegates
will be .entitled to vote on resolu
This council may continue in session
move than ono dayl. ?2. .
. ; B. F.Earle, : .;,!
State Organizer, F. M & O'. Vi of Si m
. J.' Ci Stiibling, Chairman Com.
... , .... i
; - Atlanta business tn?o are a unit
for a grand exposition' tobe held\in
?hat city in 1910.
- Latest report puts the number of
Jows killed and wounded in tba Kn?
pitta riuis nt nearly 50,000.
- Friace Charles of Denmark .is
I expected to take, the oath as king of
Ncr way tho ' latter part of this month;
i .--'The Vginners* report from -th?
OliU?UH uui'CBu cuviTp vunv :u,300,v?u
bales had been ginned up to November j
>\ ~ Count Witto is slowly, progress
iqg in his work to establish constitu?
tie mil government and order in. Rus
sia. .. . ' '
Montgomery.'. Alabama, will bfc.; mus
tered out "'for the good of tho sort
vice.".. * ?
>- Five Au. o rb an ' Prosbyterian |
missionaries were killed jn China a
few days ago and their bodies thrown
vin a'nyerV v :y?\(":./-\:
jitg to'forma ?aatioaij>:<}.u<iratio? as a
moans of ?^htiug the iorjand? of un
'^^^.'^:Fl?ri4a..'aa?^; Georgia sea- island
chiton planters, have ' combined and
I will refuse to; sell theft1 ; sfled to *f??r
eigo?r?, " vX;/ }r . " : ' ?
\'&: % :J*m??~ .' resi^ehU ;of$ew;'^rk
i jif?ttC^i: w t? for,- the ; ret
lief of those who suffered by the mas
^res i ft-.BusSlai y- /'.' y- :- r
- Tho moraiog after their wedding
Randolph ?V Johnson, and his brido,
of Pe^aimiw8 .:?ouuty^ ??orth: Csrbr ?
lina, were found dead in their room.
- The W. C. TJ^ hav? app?sled
.abolition of ibe internal revenue sys:
hing ot full . speed expl??e,4 three
miles from Eonia, Texpu. Tho engi
.ueejf sud a brakeman w?rd killed and
f^.'$ia^':^Ve.. smashed io pjeees.;;.
no*i has nearly thr&e '''^nnfSBffiH
pillion members, and ai the present '
rato of growth' will, exceed ia number*
next census year 1OI-0.
ertf/due td the fact tbat;the teachers
Q^p^?i^Qtbttdeni : Vjaq'tt?'^will: ??i'
|$r^$?rs?uft- without certificates to
tcaoh. > - ?^^P- . ' .
. rt ?_.- t _ ^v990BsnfillSiI?CfiV3vestf?i6ff
knowe? ^' .
, T^Veoroe* stone of the impo$ins
nX?ttuni?ni.i? Jait?tsoe Davis,. tfresK
dent of the Qont*?a**u -S^ies,
?inaer the auspices of the Daughters
fioi8b:c?$lv0;000. ' y; . H^??v
~-*Tho State Baptist convention
wilt meet at Columbia beginning Fri
day, December ls?. 500 visitors aro
- Tho polioe of Biehopvillo cap
tured five gamblers ou Thursday night
?-all colored-and they were fie^.d ten
dollars eaoh. ,
-- Several hmdred baies of cotton
wore burned.on tue depot platform at
St. Matthews. Tho dopot was saved
by heroic work. .
- Governor Hey ward has decided
to loavo two constables in Goonoo
County to look after the enforcement
of tho dispensary law.
- Walter Thornhill shot and seri
ously wounded Henry Strickland in
Greenville, oharging that Strickland
had despoiled Tboruhill's home.
Strickland will survive. ' ?".
-- There is a movement on foot to
create a new county from portions of
Greenville and' Spartanburg, with
Greers as the county seat. A survey
of tho. proposed new county is now
- Assistant Attorney General You
mans has dcoidod that toot shows do
not have to pay a license of $100 a
day to tho counties in which they ex? !
nibil. Ho says tho license applies to j
oirousos only, . i
- Tho Spartanburg county grand
jury -have presented several dispen
sera and members of tho board of con
trol of that county. The oharges ore
bribery.and corruption and failure to.
carry out tho law.
- Geo. "WV De wees, for twenty-one
years tibket agent of the . Southern in
Charleston, was arrested for embez
zling $3,821 of tho road's money.
The shortage covers a period of six
months. Dowses has ooafesB?d..
.- Geo. W. Murrey, negro ex-con
pressman from thia State, recently ;
convicted . of forgery, and sentenced !
to th reo y ecru in the S tato penitentiary j
skipped out a few days ago to Oanoda
-the refuge of rascals from all parts
of the United States.
- A two-ye?r-o?d daughter of
Charles Hammond at Fort Mill died
from' drinking soma carbolic acid
which the child found in the yard
where -|i had boen throws" by Mr.
Hammond aa be was preparing co move
hie. household effects.
,r-' A negro in.Saluda County atole a
cow : and ' calf last week. < Ho was
fouhd; with tho stolen property i ai his
possession, and ran but was captured.
Ile said he bad bought a buggy aud
atole the cow and cali in order to raise
$2?* due on the vohiole.
-' Mesara. Masters : and Bristow,'
who bought the South Carolina Bap
tist and changed tho name to thc. Bap
list Press, ! have ordered a new outfit
and will get out their own paper. A
'good deal of tMe material has already
arrived and .been opened up. -
- John , Taylor, a : negro man, was
arrested i o a bank at Columbia just aa
be Was about to g?t away with; tho
money received from a ?'stolon bale of
ting several ; other balee from his
countrymen in ;the lower part of Bloh
- James By ars.was killed-in.Chero
kee County ty Modiaon Cook. Both
men w?ro wh i to farmers and fell out
while -weighing 'cotton. Cook struck
?B$pr?: with,':(* hoavyi atick he, waa
atantly. To? i wife of Bywa. waa ?the
only witpessiv, ' _ '.- V;-Vv;; '
ville, hes brought suit to compel tho
State Board of Education to voplaae
^ ?oatituti?n, the Greenville College
!ier uWomooj ph -i the Jist ?f ioatftu^
Honswhose gt ?do ates, will bo licensed
Ufo t??oh Without ei?mication. Thia
e0lj|f??^ w?s'foVmerly BO listed, but for
some reason was recently dropped
froca tho ?Bt.
?''? -: A 'iS?year-o?d. daughter bf afar-,
mer. nam^d McKinney of : tho (prold
?111;CsbotioW of Xork ^County, waa
;bejd ap--a negro armed with a shot
gun : w h o o & pye a a edcrimioalioten tiona
Wfir&rd her. ;Th? negro waa frightru
ed "away by;toe calla of the; mother of
the child. who was joti^ banting for
her. Citizens are searohing for him
he wilt bo
M*ebed;:^::''; .'' 7*ti\<7.*\s*
iriat?'? ^ay$r??^ afternoon 10t
W??'of "cotton loaded .on wag?na from
the farm; of .M*VClaado RatterreC paaa
od down- Main street and on to the
?otten^ fclajfbrm of J,'. T. Roddcy.
The sight; attraot?d:* great deal of at
tention a#d it was probably ?the largos t
f?ilyery ever made on ibis market.
x)i^?^ii?tieeaold the ootion two
weeks ago to Mr. Roddey at 10 centi.
Th^-*?gt?e8?te Weight of. ?he entire
lot waa6,?^ pottnd8.^, .'.
. - . ' C :--4f?f'1<|^, ti^? ? av ia nd . f?"^ a'?' -r are '- pr eiriat n t . i D :
scjire ,' portioh a of ^ the conn ty ; 'where
tfhey !We;ire never "ksowa before. It .ia
cr.e'efcer ^an'ti" ?'brahbhea^^Ia ?bm?
places beda of largo crocks are as dry
ia hill tops, tho water famine being
more serious than last rear/ Can. it
dry, too? Aiken is boring another
iP*Unwell and has already gone 715
BH^lfSp**-: pt*--"0*. water.r-Bdga
V?? Quite. av sensation waa created, ia
^a?hMla wh?oV M^
iioliaft-ttpott the older deelcji^i^ town
and emptied out od tho Uroetaa con
? sddrable amou n t of. t h e beverage; -Cat
ditta,r?tti Ipiacea, They/ lefeadVe>t(*ral
parados engaged in the cider business.
????^fb ?ra'^;4^^ef ;?idor? .when
- ABE MADE IN ALL THE
RR EOT STYLES
Single or Double Breasted,
SinRlo or Doubreasted
If you wishto bo clothed in the latest styles drop in and
ta&o a look at "Eclipso" garments. Son cannot do better?
and the pri?e will suit you.
FOR S AL. S BY
: : -.-. ?. ' : - ; .' . '< >y" / ;
handle Ooods ib Ifiirlo quantities. ^;^t|^p irate'lpf^
causo wo can give you value received fer rjor^' ?oll?^a
worth you buy from us. Below yf? give pries* on a few-ar*^ ?
W???????m ?oeping with: goods throughout ?ur Store :
: Beat?atearPronr.. ...v...?.; .V/. ..8b' 60
Best Half Patent Flour. . ..;? .. ?: . 6Q:-'
Hog Floor (?and and s weet)....... ; 3 50
; WinterGrazing Oats.V.?v,V... 60 .
% B. B. P.OAts... v. ;..v.;V. ...'." ..v.'r jg; -'
^^een;.C^ffea#.7^ lbs'^?;;V-.:.-.;vv:.i' 00
;WnUeFish, per Eit......... ,v",.... j?f
? &ta^fc*^ -
we handle everything for man and haast, and think you.
will like to trade with na.
J, Lr Mc&EE. - 204 South Main Sfc W. A. POwT?R.
V?N0IVF-B BROS, & B!(?|I?
PJeaeo arrange to let us huvo balance on Bugsiea'by 1st November, and
it will be highly appreciated.
WM^^^^:: weU-jBelected sleek of BUCKIES an?'BiAB^;;'^
W^i^^^9^}^:io Pell yon inyM?j* in cur ijn? ?Len ia need.
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^ ^ itoe ? ?ont 0^ ^
to. ?. J< Frefcw^^^^
any Roofing doney or any kn? of Repair work, Engine Stack*, Evaporator*,
it Ilpily an?ft^