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Farmeir 'Union Bure u of
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Squth Crl'ArWa 'Orh' Eduoa
tional aid Co-Operation Union.
omnieniationb Intifded for th's
depatmenit should fii a4dresed to J. C
Strlbling& Pendleton, S. C.
Before you can require or expect
other organized tradesmen or com
binations to be honest and deal fairly
with you and your fellow farmer, yqu
yourself must be honest to yourself
and fellow farmer and got right by
joining the co-operative mvement
among farmers for the betterment of
Condemn a man to death and then
compell him to dig his own grave is
the limit to his punishment and un
About the next thing to that pun
ishment is for the all-cotton farmer to
be condemned into the idea of getting
rich by growing cotton exclusively
and then being compelled to dig his
own grave, financially, by dumping
his cotton upon the market at the
other fellow's price to pay for bought
farm crops also got at the other
man's prices, If that isn't the limit
to farming agony and ignorance in a
business sense what is it?
Watch the silent bull dog creep in
up behind you; he is dangerous. But
never mind about the much barking
fice parading around in front of you.
Parallel cases of this kind among men
are common; the big fellows get to
gether in secret, meetings and con
spire to rob the farmer, and the only
way the farmer has to keep them
from doing it is for farmers to get
together in secret meetings and de
vise plans to protect farmers' inter
est against all the many schemes to
get his products at their own prices.
All cotton seed meal that is dam
aged or risky to feed to stock should
have the death crossbones brande.1 on
every sack. Our South Carolina pure
food law, passed at the last legisla
ture, is no good. We need a pure
food law for both man and beast
with an unerring provision for its
Wrong End Foremost.
Instead of cotton growers tottering
up and down' the streets with a sam
ple, of his cotton asking buyer what
he will give. We want to see the
farmer . bulk his cotton in big lots
when buyers will be coming along to
know just what you have and what
you want for it.
Educational and Co-Operative Union.
There is a big thing in this name!
It implies that when the farmer be
comes educated well up on the busi
If you would live lor
Most cases of sicknei
A disordered stomacl
No other disease acc<
Does your food distr
Does a bitter fluid riF
Are you weak and dl
Does everything appi
Is there a bad taste i
Do you experience a
Are you becoming th
- Then you hiave dyspe
Many people think ti
naotl Dyspepsia never cares ii
We know of but one
Rlexall Dyspepsia Tablets.
These tablets furnisi
stomnach to digest food anm
Ishment to the famished b,
We have seen them ei
* of a single instance where
We want you to try ]
ness side of his farming that he will sc
then know the value of:the co-opera- r(
'tion and join in. a united work for a
the good of all. pi
Some few men among many have a1
it "sot" in their selfish bigoted '
minds that there should on- most ev
ery bccasion be something layini '
about for them that others don't get. a
These men- are not tumbling over
each othel- coming. in the Farmers'
Union,:and they are usually worth
nothing to the Union until that sel
fish, rusty shell is scrubbed off of le
Farmers must stop that set habit
they have of growling about what
others are doing against the interest
of the farmers .when Ohey meet and
then go back home and wait for some
thing to turn up in your behalf. Far
mners must get together and turn
something up themselves for their
own interest- or it will not be done.
Get together and organize Farmers'
,Union all over the country and then
you will be in shape to demand and
get fair play in all things and 'an
equitable division of the good things
and pleasures of the days as they go
by if you will co-operate and work
together for the good of all. Farmers,
above all classes men on earth, can
afford to get together and attend to
their own business in. their own way
and let other people's business alone
save when they get in the way of
Plant all the cow peas and forage
crops that is possible. NeVer hold up
planting something as long as you
think it will conic in. Late hay crops IS
are often best. m<
Get Your Gun Ready for This Chap Pl
When He Gets to Your House of
An inmposter, under the name of anl c
eye doctor, is reported to this office
as having just passcd througi por
tions of Oconee, Piekens and Ander
son counties in a great hurry selling
grass frame spectacles for $10 that
cn le bought anywhere for $1 to 6
$1.50 each. His plan of getting a
start in a section is to learn the
nane of a prominent physician and
a few good ien in the country. He
first succeeds in mnaking sonic pro
iniient men believe, by hieing, that.
the promiinent doctor has sent. himi
the eye doctor-to fit him ip with a
$10 pair of glasses. When this sale
has been made this circulating eye
doctor has this good man's name to
use on the next good man, a kind
of endless chain, rapid moving busi
ness is on. The man actually sold
sometimes as much as $40 worth to
families in sight of each other. "Get
your gun, Johnny.'' Don't kill him
or brake any bones, for it would be; !
a pity to take the time of good men g
to eith)er wait on or bury such a.
Secret of Long
g, guard your stomacb.
;s and death are traced to the stomach.
i shuts off' food nourishment-the active
>mplishes this as quickly or so effective,ly
ess you ?
e in your threat ?
mar dark when you suddenly straighten up
n your mouth and is your breath foul I
sense of impending calamity a
in and haggard ?
iese symptoms will pass away of their o1
elf-even the best scientists often fail to eu
remedy that will positively cure this disea
m the one clement necessary to enable
I to again take up the work of supplying n
rect manry marvelous cures. We do not k
they failed to greatly benefit the suffea;er,
texall Dyspepsia Tablets, and agree to rei
if' you are not more than satisfied with
Prce 25 cents per full saea package.
Only at our store or by mail.
&. WEEKS. Druggis
amp. But when yu get him on the
itreat down the road, let him have
mild load of bird shot on the soft
trt'just below tho hip pookets; this
unteriritant will not only encour
re him on his way but it will make
more comfortable walking than
tting down for many days, w-hich
ill keep him walking. -Don't be
raid of him lawing you, such chaps
wer afford to risk the law.
Imestown Exposition, Norfolk, Va.
For the above occasion the Char
ston and Western Carolina railway
ill sell cheap round trip tickets. For
Ies, etc., see ticket agent or write
O. P. A.. Augusta. Ga.
s a soothing, healing balm containin
no drugs having a narcotic effect. I
quickly and soothes the congested
membranes and thoroughl heals and
cleanses. Valuable not only for
but relieves colds throat troubles,
bay fever, "stopped-up" nose, etc.
We Guarantee Satisfaction.
Buy a So cent tube of NOSENA from
W. G ;I.yes & Ilrosperity Irug Co
and get your money back if not satisfied.
Sample tube and Booklet by mail ioe.
BROWN M'O Co..
DEAD FALL SCHOOL.
The patrons of the Dead Fall
hool district are lereby called to
)et at the school house on Saturday
e 15th day of June, 1907, for the
irpose of considering the building
a new school house and also to
,naider the election of a teacher.
B. L. )oniniek,
R. S. Boozer,
J. W. Crouch,
4 2taw 4t.
You will save money and gqt a
better roof by using
Slate colorqd -contains no tar
ea sily laid-A roofing kit free.
Spark, water, gas, heat and cold
proof. Losts ton$ and looks well.
on't take an imitation.
Send for a e swnplp and book of build
S.. A NNON
principle of life,
from a bent position ?
vn accord. Theyj .Wi
9D PIANOS AND ORGANS
for which we will allow the highest
prices towards now Instruments. No
Du) rates to offer, but we Pledge
better Instrumerts for the same or
less MAone.v. I hain those at club rate
Write' Malo-les Music House, Co
mmbia, *. C., for specia! prices an-]
A. genuine Victor Talking Machine
12 genilne Victor Records and 200
genuine Victor needles for $14.20;
:n installment or for cash.
Other N'ictors $jo.oo to $joo.oo;
sinall sims down, and little slms
Art and Variety Store
Opposite Salter's Studio.
But It Taks
If you want to save Di
Klettner's shelves, for y
expect to pay. CUT PR
upwards, keeps everybo
worth. A visit to O. Kie
struck the right place.
No matter how much pE
others follow. It's to yc
Where a fair and squa
We have had a
week. One of the
ormed us that
>ne day's work la
orm stand of cot
We provide easy terms of
We enable borrowers to C
n Monthly Installments, on
illowed to meet obligations
It is cheaper than paying i
to save money to buy a honr
If you want to save mone3
take a Security Contract. I
Call on A. J. Gibson, Asst
Treasurer, at office, corner
streets, next door to Copele
SECURITY LOAN AND It
Ddu Con Mok
a Smart Man t(
mes and Dollars, you car
ou can get what you want
ICES at this time when e
dy guessing where to go ani
tner's store will convince y
WE SELL FOR LESS THAI
ople talk about us, we leac
ur interest to trade at
re deal at all times is a pred
big run on WEED
best farmers in th
his WEEDER paid
st week by securirl
ton where he used
Lccumulate a fund
which interest is
rent. If you want
ie take a Security
r for any purpose
7.nt Secretary and
Boyce and Adams
3323E. 3.=*. 4, a. C.
i Save It.
find them on 0.
for less than you
verything is going
A get their money's
'ou that you have
,4 ALL THE REST.
: in low prices and
ERS the past
e county in
for itself in
ig him a uni
it. Buy flow.