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The People's Journal.L
PUIISIIED WIKiY. T
T. J. MAUeIN, - - - Editor.
W. IEShIAM AIATImOGNY, -- ]ius. M~gr. tit
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JCnte red at the Post, Oli'e at Pickens as
sub~cripl oll, $1.01 :1 Tear. ,(1<
TI I UIt 1) A Y , MAY, 29, 1902.
STATE CONVENION. tI
Tho State Convention mot in tl
Columbia May 21, at 12 o'clock "
when the organization was eflected h
and after the appointinot of nec- ;
essary committees, adjournment ii
wNas had till half past eigh t at l
night. Some minor changes were !
made in the party constitution andt
a sub-committee of the State Exi- t
cutivo Committeo wa; calh-d Il
Ieet with Chairman Wilie J .es
to arrange for the caimpaign meet- v
ingS. ThIere wiIl bW s')ri t '
meetings this ya-.-One tr can- I
didates for Stato oflices Infd 0nt ol
for lnbtd States oli E t-',lc o;
Colinty Executive C"tlinutbto will
arrange its owii couity prigraiin. el
Fori lPickeis c'Iunity the cani:di- "
d ites for Ini ted Sta tes oflices will "
address the pople Satirhiy Avg. ti
2nd, anI tioso for State otlieve 01
v',ill be with us \'Wcdnsday July
1 l eth. iti
or, Was .1 an hI:rmomonuus loly; the
only thilig .r'ovokiig mui1ch di- l
clission i eCing I OS. tlilt onl whib h
pulrliort( l y 4xie siytp tlihy
for the llors' ( 'k \'ally striL - e
ers,nar Auiusta, ind ncieni
has hl e ld ae ldJ tid. a il- n ll t bver-li
tie . S t e r b ,luti'ons wr e thi - b .
nA by t l tl ullld a t I j I j i ii <> t It Ii' F
pathy( to w th f t ik1111 VI rftl
Now ht th 4 1--ie ls at IConventionl .
ha en! behl cand--:ulatal over in
the State will bl..i taS.r t e hem- II
The( town of' I 'i. a was~ visited
Ivy a dltt-iive Vt' rnwa l' on thle
evenlin ofi 1lav 2:,th~ ini wh ich fourt A
petoj.d. wvere k illed iimi seye'ral
A fuill repoit ofi thle sItate con.
oni ;ig 's one 0 aid four of this j hi
Cr. pa all uv'r the state are
prnnsing, thoughi~ ini thle uipper
part1 oIf thae stait rain is nooedt
aritiele inI .v-nt 14 jer, la'.t week, oni
ian~ ii It a statesmanii i."' I believe
wit :0 mial iy inar1'i that the article
was trne. I amn ghad that wo of
the T1hirdl Conigissinal District
lhai V, at leCast onumu miai i the field(
ftr ('ongressH , whoi is not a politi
e an; butt far lmtter~ than a politi
(cian, Illo is a h ighi-toned Christian
Gontleman; a man who had rather
be defeated in the ra~rhtI, than to a
be siucconsful in the wr M'; a man
who would not sto) g, to a .,, meran
thing to got v'otcai, i.or .
fice after hie gros I.
hats miadIo a miagnif
of hiis owni pri vate a
his pro4feSion as1 ia(,'?1
overy pos)ition whi-rn. h.. ' ii i
('allod to serv'e. 'P'hat mii ii ls I
R. Fran k SimithI of ~Male y S. C.
WVustm inssteri TimeslC.
In attempting to kill ticks, deali
with those onl the eat tie, and those
in the pasiure will molet thieir Cate
ais they get oin thle stock or die afti-ir
a. few weeks e~xposure' to the suin.
T have tried a numbior of' methods
ior killing ticks anid now lioaritly
roccomnmend tho followmng:
Bil1( a shLtted chu te ju. Lst larige
enouigh to hold a COW and1( so ari
range it that they canf 1)e driven in
it and shut up one at a time. Glot
ai spray pumpni, 8uch as a pecrf'ect
Sulecess~ ($ti,00) and1 a supJply of
the' cheaper coal 'tar disinf'ectantsI
suhi1l as Chloro-naptholeum or
Zenoleunm (one gallon $t..60 or five
gaillons $f.05.) mix one gal, of the
diif~tn with ninetern gallons
of water in a conmvenient ves,. t
eel. Fill the b)ucket, run a COW
into the chute and spray her all C
over. D)0 this with each one car
rying ticks and repeat once a week ~
till all the ticks disappear. If no
one In your town handles these,
send me $'l.00 and I will have the t
factory send you a pump anid a ii
gallon of Zenoleum, a
aPl eturanswer enclosed questions ~
in advance for the favor an trua. *
ting I can repay yeou, am.
G. E. Noson,
Clemson College 8, 0' -
By an act of the legislature, ap,
~roved February 26, the county e,
boards of oontrol hold their meet. re
inge monthly, and the dispensers d
atre required to repor't their profits o
inonthly, instead of quarterly as i
het-etofore. The profits are then
equally divided between the city
attd cotunty, and tire titrued over
on $h ti oth Monday l in hee
,IVE STOCK IN THE SOUTH
he Forage Queution and IroW It
May lie Managed.
Live stock have always been main.
Ined in considerable numbers
roughout the southern states. Until
etviflyv little attention has been paid
their feed, but with the progressive
'veloinnent of till agr tiltural indus.
ies of tle south arose the desire for
inore iitelligeit systeil of stock feed
g. Stall dairies spran g up here antd
aere, witi a itneed for foodstuffis that a
oultd keep u1p th supply of milk c
troughoit the entirt twelve Intotiths. 8
lie .Jersey ow 1 beenil ;I frequent J(
ghlt Iin both townVl and counltry. The fl
Mine prooluetion of heef camte b~eenme
ve'ry dhesirable 'end in the view of
tnny 1int4rs. The scrubby ntiive
ltock beganI (o bie rephaced by t
ughbored :- or yraded stock of severai of
I1)1.! I hea1 or vonitilnation IIteeds.
WiLb the itaurinse in the iniiher and
uportance of ho4rntted enttle e'nm nn
1crensing der-mna for anl abundant
ilfter pasture. Sincie tle Cnttle were
de to iprovkivle forage for tiheiselvesH
]rin.g so large a part of tihe year with
lit tle trouble or. expImuse to their.
viters, it was onily tnatui'rtl that the
f iir sholild sfronigly desire ihat ie
tue colditiot iight (Itint l through
it ft year. It etncie gradually re .
Ilzod that, fr dniry anid hierf pro
letion a colitlitious graziig oi even
io iest of pastire Irops was not sutil.
etit. It was also realized that there
asI little likelihood f or oomoienly
1,a0inig it winter pastIIage wllil
11ld bw (epenlded u1ponl for the full rn
'Inls Of graziig stoc k during the cold
muonths. h'le ni'recssity of priiucing
iy (ir sfmive4 ther foirat' is well ws
'idin g the niire (oelt trated feeds
At 11h1e preIis'lrnt tian- th1e. oltlook is
1r %,41n104tM'I-letruinI . Th-,. iii'n'rease i the
11tula-r Ot' graidle. sto 1k continu s. I
iairyiig (il practient' sih-tit'i linet-s is
111al to it' a prioiitabi ii litisliness necar
hI if tI h'1 1:I'Ir Inv s :uf (eI s.
nihif yiart nr ail rialir' gu r, in tihs anil
tIrse ise il fir fairm ail Ibree'd:11d
(11"41; r, '' . I ,:isfri, i ii flat'11*,4d ~t,
Wr , .-Is Th 1,11 .% 1 tnsio o f 1 rt '14 wtork1
: Im lvi "tiwk irllti.yt r 'ironte's n
ir-gor (14-1!:1114 for e aL 41 fopragt. nnd, v
ini stuli: arl fI approv d aid ti
refi i i::i u hi11 hi41s if uising thein. j
lFo lii cratr part of fi te regioni unlt
'r disudon It Is Iprohnb)I(, th-at dur-f
lth' slininelr 5I'ason live stuck will
ritak it ,'sl.sinble growftII and gail ont
. oragt~e vIeh Is readily available
r it. IF r ti re'e montihs of the re
niiniig half yetr It will about hold
n wit it till) samlile resources. s
III tl other three itonths it will 0
(Id assistantce in tite wity of forage
lifps especitlly titted for use during t
at sE'ason.-C. It. Ball.
THE ONION UP TO DATE. J
Popular Crop and Itm Culture by (
the Modern Method.
rhe onion Is having a sort of boom <
varlous sections just Iow its a good I
oney crop. Onioins, it Is htardly nice
sary to state, mary he gr'own front a
eds or sets. Batiley fiats descrIbed up
date tion cutlture it brief its fti
If seeds are ulsed, they may be sownl
the open grotund where the bulbs.
heoe gon.Inswn o't of
roto mae sorl te may be asw ealy
.s possible in shallow drIlls three to
Ibree anitd a halIf feet apitrit and1( cover
'i with n hlf I inch oft linte mtolst t'arthI.
'hey neted to be v'ery enatrefutl ly we'teded't
t fIrst, buit if the ground is cienii and1
nuellow anad the rohwH St ratight thlit
vheel hoc will lie able to taike full
'httrgeof ith le work i'alrly In thet sen
oin. It haun ri'ai eiwatedly3 shiown~
bitt OeenIer, better andn eartlIer tions
ant lie glown b1hy t rantspitintg thle
pltants f romt gr'etenhiutsi's or hoth1edtls,
where the seeds are sownt very tearly.
Whten the 1)1an tlets r rtis lar ige nis a.
Ieitd IpenllI, they arit set foti inch tes
atpart Int rows t hrete feet astriter, andit
etultivatilon Is ininittelyI biegunt witht
thle w hieal hote. Itn griowintg fromi sets
fthe phtntlng Is miaide in u t hettl Ia Halie
wa'ny. ltlltiplietr or Potato toinsar
l'r'w ize iTker ixlla prhhly tl)hte si
populaiir varIety of thle presentt daty.
Thle pr'oduetio ofl ta ut hIerit ha y hiiis
l'hoe amouti prod nerd anld te g litd pter
Lerno hitve bothI icireaseal st eadily andtt
mtcouraglngly dturiing thle atst few years.
)n every handt it isah tdilt tedthahtt it is
>oth posblesind neccessary to ri'tse all
hat is neeed for homto conisumiption.
Ufaifa, Bermuda grass, Johntson grass,
rab grass and cowvpens tui'nlsh aim
bundance of hay of the v'ery best
uality. Tils hay can bo produced
much more cheaply than an equal qunal.
ty can be shipped from northerii or
restern states. With better transpor,
itin facilities anld ant intcreatsing de
uinnd the production will becomne miore
lid more profitable. At the samte time,
'ith hay raised onI the home planta
one and hence cheaply and readily
vailable largete quantitles are being
sod in feeding the plantation stock,
NOTI2 TO DE~BTORS AN.D
All prsa s ha logoaints against the
tateof . E ilbrndecased aru
questnted to present the same to the tias 0
'rigned for pa meht by tihe 1st day (
Jut y nett. hiose inidebtedi to the 0
aid Qstalte please make paginegg to
1.3,. JOHNSTON, Admi'r.
Tfhe Latirens dispenlsary has ben
omed pending anl invesatigation of
A*en anptana ot ai aan.
ISTOCK OF S
Is nowv in store. The si
crisp, new goods. Each seas<
a est and pretticst goods possi
have sirpassed all former sea
much talk about goods, but m
6 claim 1 ma-ke. I h;Ve utidoul:
t of white goods e(er shown
gootts InIevery new sty and
M Ay prices are as lowv as
dtc-etrinjiied to Imy store intere
and lotions this season. Tw<
proven to many people of Pi
they Canl rely unponi it. "Giv(
1 goods and prices are not sal
The regular examination of applicanti
foar Teachers. certificates will be hold a
Pickens, 8. 1. on Fridev Juno, 13th
1902- The examinations will ope'n at I
it. mn. and close at 4 p. in. Question
furiiishti d by State Board.
Akpp licar.ts desiring Stato Certificate,
will stiiand oi firt gir.ole and on addition
a1 quesitins aiidl Statte certificato wil
be goud ftor ten yors,
W. W. F. Bright.
Co. Snpt.. Ed.
.Notice Of Election.
N(otie is hereby givenii that at, eectioi
is ortered to be blehll in thi town ()f Coen
tral, S. C. on1 the (u1estioil of "Dispen
sa0ry' or "No Dispensary." Only th
(puinnlied vN-ttels Nvoinag inl the town clee
tions of the said town will bo allowed t
e V(to. 'I hose voting inl fav r of Dispou
a mry vill voto i ballot on which shall b
writI o r I printed tho wird: "Dispen.
-ary'' tholse votiig aiga inst will vote
0haliot on wNhich shaU I he written or priu
11 led the wrl. w "No Dispensairy."
I If a ma.jority of the votes east bo fo
e 'ieensary a disPensary will be locatei
in said town. Polls to open at 9. o'clool
-Ill. . 11i clows l at 4. p. Iml.
s M.alngasem of Ilection, rL. Ross Eaton
a 1. W. Hopkins and J. N. Morgan.
t y order of I lie oard of Control.
W. 'T. Field, Chiairman
L. 11. irham,
J. E. Cox.
A, (yottr oi n selection) to every sub
scriber. Only 50 cents a year.
1- A LADIES' MAOAZINE.
A, ant beautifuil colored plates 1Wates
work , u e n s e Itm-e fac
iGtylishl, Reliable, Simple, UIp-to
1' dato, Econmicua laZso Ilutely
-. Per fect-Fittinag Paper Patterns,
AlI Seams Allowed and Perfoarattens show
the\Basin and S ewngUns
an teobor byn m i1from ) iy .
-n TH MOCALL Co.
113-tS-i7 est31stSt. NE YOK.
are the most fatal of all dis,
F UI Guaranteed Remed)
or money refunded. Contali
remedies recognized by emi
nent physicians as the best fos
Kidney and Bladder troubles.
PRICE SOc. anid $1.00.
Sciatic Rheumatism cured
After Fourteen years of
"IF have becen :ailh'l iat Ith sciatie rhe.
mn~t:1 Itati tii forfout yearas."' says5 Josha
lfeaat (h'arm:,mtown, (ai. ''I u'aa
abb: toa lbe iaound btut ('onasttanly' suffered.
I I are-d overyvthing I 'onlie. har of andh at
10-I wans tolI tot try' ('hambealarlrian Pain
. aUn m, whichi I atal and~ waas inmnediately
rehiaveda andta in a shoat timno enrodl, and I
am I :ajaav to stay it hats niot Since return.
ed.' Whay not use this liniment and get
well? It1 is for' sale bay (1. W. Earle,
" ka'n is to havo a $00O,000 tour
st ho ta' ht bfore' fli~ nothier season op.)
ons. I t is to he bult by Mr's. HI. G.
Sbekwith oaf Colorado,
Will cure consumption.
A. A. 1Herren, Fintch, Ark., wvrites,
'"oJleys's boy ad TJar' is thae t
r' pn'epa ratlion far 'onlghs.', colds nad innag
. tnble. I klaow thlat it has cured con
sutnption in the lirst stage.". You nev.
s er hariid of any one' using Foley's Honey
andlu 'ar aind not hr-ing sat islh-d. Thorn
0'b har mary ]b. K. Thoruley Prop,
.: ('onit Isaac Johngson1, color.
.oO, has escapet.d f rom tho Charles.
r ton Counity chainanag with his en.
.tire priisonI etit, i nclutding ball,
& chain and stripes,
.T t is easy to temporarily check a cough
withl thIe i o hary 'pinto cough cures,
I but whean it is to ho etrod, the root of
the troubale ontsr di one must haavoltamon's
Eniglisha Syrup,~ the old reliablo. Just
think of it! a positive cure of 20 cents.
C. Wi. Earle,
By the Caving of a sower oxcav,
ation Will Pickons, a negro, was
buried tunder' six foot of earth in
Columiait. He~ waos dug out inI an)
hour and quickly revvd.
Mr's. IHmak, Ky. writes: "\Vith
plteascure I r'ecommenchd Ramion;'s Diver
Pills and Tfonic Pello's, I hav',o used'
themn mnyaslf for sever'al years, naud ca'
testify as to their eflboIency in sick head
ache and other troubles n)OOnllIn to o
Ln Up to Date evice F'or Freein
EXtr1Ctin1g Superm Fron Ileeg.
One of the chief' up to dite a11)pI
[ices In mny aplary Is known :13 n jOhIm
v. Some foiur mr ive years ,go I df
Arihed with peni and pencil lly flr
mJuncer, an1d it wals it very crulde Il
i- tolUpard with the one inl use 11
# ,,. I .
Rr sto, insl ftu l ir , n
'' asuer itlan~jute, s
'.s 1, t. nhe hotlres shon te devic
1i girv to use it. sys bler 1
lea llitgs I it LBee Cultuire.
It will the Oberved tht It Is illd
ny St toll ostly of tora so th r, clonl
it tord to s wito bolts, aw e enCiot
ny Iorndjusted under the hive to h
rheii it is deored to Joince the thec
0111 no s1 ), It Is nijusd, n i
'g. 1 atikd the wghole jouneed lnin
10 gron jhu nudden Jah o p 0vent
m tbCIsoId tle bre S nkinig t .
,a The latter nfr le ieovetI
10Iowa Ill Fir. 2, and tile hees d 111nipc
id t ine to1 of the sof tre cola
n t orler to crishon the low r uind
he cIrnerie )t Of thle joJunl ' l
e Ciier(d off to vI point. As flic
1'0 no stones In tiple iar to ien co
ouncer slrIhen the grountd tiit(' ji)kll('
R nrohnn Just enough to revent tu
-he shoetrits de ined fro t withis ai(t.
4 ot getting e orf the oibs to wa
ini thle ue Of rapid hiek.11.ila tio . I
1n011 Ipngteot beliv.'* 1e tanynt wu
ow Tut:o( 01orm1)ti' I rst t.rie (mly1
is beoer hluvn toeIrI wy. \\-hete
oriih ot in hoe It hel-ps i r &
11atd the holy Ibsolee Ito ax bud
ii he greatli hope for' h uti'hew hal
the jouci ngi' 1 ineIlp e :is worthi' .1'On'
'enr to him even wiith the SILss.Ili
'rhe Winter* Whleat conflt)nIin.
Oran uge Judd1( IU -'armer declaresC win tc
vben~lt in ai seniiv e coniditlion. Corr<
sp)onden1ts report t he winter'lii i unaor't
ho in Texns. SIiiar conitlon exIst
n Arkaonsas, in Te'cnnessee nnd( Kei
uecky. Ini Ohio two-thirds of tihe com
1es report the wInter unifaiivornblh
fiecbIgan has5 had nmplo snow prote<
loln. Ini lIianni and Illinols the sIturi
lotn is doubtful. Knsa makes1111h a Ca
)etter ohowing, aInd Nebr'ak hals an1
>ther story. In the latter' state thi
Ierengo 18 the largest on r'ecordu and( thi
)lrospc~t declared ats good Os eve
Cnlown. Coniditionis on1 the Plnetic COnls
ire almiost entirely favorable except at
itilmpOrtanft section of southerni Call
Don't follow A dvice A fter
paying for it.
In a r'oenit articlo ai prominient p)hy
oinn snys, "it is next to impossiblo fob
10 physinn to got his patients to carr1
ut anly procribed cours'e of hygiene 01
let to the smallest oxtoent; 1h0 has bui
no resort left, namel~y, the drug trenLt,
lont. When meifdiomos are' used( fot
ironic conistipation, the most mild and
antle obtainable1 sneh as Chirinborlaini'u
~omnoh & Liver Ta blets, shuild be emii
Ood. TIhei' us80 Is not f< Ilowed by
natipation as5 they lnvo thie bowels in
natural tnud hiealthiy condium~~ M
Ia bv U. W. Earlv rnn
ore is brimming full of bright,
>n I do my best to get the new
ble, but this season, I feel that I
sons. I do not believe in too
y stock will bear me out in every
tedly one of the prettiest lines
in Greenville. Colored wash
rood goods can be sold. I am
sting to all buyers of dry goods
2lve years dealing with me has
:kens, that whatever I tell them
ne a showing," is all I ask, and
isfactory, don't buy.
BRIDGES & HAMMOND,
PICKENS, S. C.
We have still on hand a few bar.
gains il the Chapman Bros. stock,
3 and continued to buy new goods-a
We are running or the cash prin.
ciple and can therefore give you benl.
ehtis you would not get by iliae salts.
We sell at close living prices.
We will take pleasure in showing
you through the store.
Farmers enn get what they need
3 here. weikeep good goods, and if you
- don't see % haut you want ask lor it.
Coffee at 8. 9 and 10 pounds to
- the dollar. Granulated sugar 16
pounds to the dollar. A few 5 and
10 gallon kegs of Tennessee sorghum
. o hand at 40 cents. Canned goods
of all kinds.
r Some clothing to go cheap.
1 As good Flour as you can find
C anywhere in town.
Tohacco, candy, crackers, matches,
soap. stoneware, tinware.
Farming illmLernts, plows, hoes,
Singletrees, gardeu seeds, stationery,
ink, pencils, brooms, thread-a li tie
of everything. Come to see us nd
bring us your produce. It we
haven'i. got what you want, will pay
you cash for yoar chickens, eggs and
BIDGES & IIAMMOND.
Cr aId.1e -
If you need one don't wait
till they are all gone.
Hoes, Plows, Sweeps and all
kinds of farnung tools.
Fruit Jars, Sugar, Spices
for thme fruit season.
Sow Cabbamge seed from the 22
to 30 of May for late cabbage.
good fresh Virginia Seed now on
A. M. MORR IS,
Pickens, 8. C
CLARK BR OS. & CO.,
(TREENVILLE, 8. C.
We Will Sell For the
Next 30 Days
Now in Stock at
20 per cent;
less than usual prfee. We have
ome exteptional values,
FENCING ON EARTH ...
CLAW( BROTHERS & O.,
Greenville, S. C .
What Is Foley's Kidney oure
Answer: .It is madeo from aBpresoription
of a leadm~g Ogicago phystolan, and one
of thie most eminent in the country. The
Ingredients are the purest that money
can buy, aud nre scientifloally combjned
to get their titmost value. Thornley
Pharmnany B1. 1. Thornley Prop.
I will sell to the ighest bidder
on Saleday in June at the usual
hour, as the executor of the estate
of W. E Wel born deceased: One
Black Mare, buggy and harness.
I will let to the lowet responsible bid
1er on Wednesday Jone 4th 1902 at 11,
>'Olook a. m. the repairing of the Law.
enoe Bridge on Keowee River and re.
erve the righbt to rej eat any and all bide
-Speci~goatine~ xhbited at the iBridge
We fant you to come to us for your purchases. We
will make in effort to interest you in our stock -by making in.
teresting prices. We want you to understand our desire and
ability to please, and believe you'll realize the value of our
oferings to you. Our object is your friendship. We have to
i dozen quart fruit jars, 75 cents..
t dozen half galon fruit jar, $1.10.
A host of bargains you can't afiord to miss. It will pay
you to buy for cash.
One price, one way, and cash before delivery.
One Price Cash Store.
GRAND SPRING OPENING
PC[OTHING, SHOES, HATS
and FURNIINGS at
Smith & Bristow's, Greenville, S. C,
Our stock swas never in better condition, having disposed
of most of last season's goods after the fire, and we are show.f
ing today the newest and cleanest stock in upper South Caro.
lina. Goods guaranteed as represented or money refunded.
Mail orders receive prompt attention. Terms, CASH. One
Price to Everybody.
Main Street, Greenville, S. C.
TH E BE.E HIVE!
..CR EENVILLE'S LEADINO S-TORE..
Buying and Selling More Dry
G~oods than aniy three
Stores ini the City.
We are exclusive agents for Strause & Bro's tHigh Ar
Clothing, recogni zedl as the best made, best fitting Clothing in
America. We carry all grades. Men's Suits from $3.oo to
$1r5.oo; Boys' three piece Suits $2.50 to $'o.oo; Children's tWo
piece Suits 50 cents to $6.oo. We guarantee to save you~frorm
10 to 25 per cent, on any suit you buy from us.
We carry more Shoes, and sell more Shoes than all the
th er merchants in Greenville. We guarantee every shoe we
;e fom $1.25 up. M\ore of our shoes are being worn in
Pickens county today than from any other store, but wve want
o sell every man, wvoman and child in Pickens county their
hoes this year. WVe have
DRY GOODS DRY GOODS
o Bring he Madam and Children with you when you come
oreenville. Make our store your home while here. Plet
roore th children to pla in, andk the Madam cant find
mnywhere else in the city, and SAVE a5to 25 pr ctohn
:very article she buys. 5t25prcn.n
El. K. STURDIVANT COMPANY,
Of Greenville, S. C.
by *-I0oI0.3bst Nature ma'bega
~.)MON'S LIVER PILLS
Parm the modern oalla powet our. that tpt.Was
bhe work, without shook or injury t* any 9giSte he
syusem, Vooklets and saa;Ie.s t @ r ee o s
. or oa91ste treatment, Twoeysa,. Usgo
BROWN MPO. CO.