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AnInANGEMUNT OF SEEI) BOXES.
better near the stove, for there thea
-caU got plenty of artificial heat, bul
not alWays Is this' strictly essential
Next fili up the bottom with a layer o
stones and then with gravel, nud final
ly with sandy loam or a rich leaf mok
with sandy soil. Clear sand even 1
good for the forcing seed boxes.
Seeds planted in boxes thus arrange
(see the figure) and covered with a
slight layer of soil should have plenty
of water sprinkled over them daily and
considerable heat applied from below,
In this way the seeds can be made tc
germinate in a fto* days, and if a few
of the seeds from the different *pack
ages are used the percentage of thos(
that germinate can be noted. Indeed il
Is quite essential that this test shouk
be applied whenever one is experi
menting with seeds that lie know
A good way is to arrange these see
boxes behind the stove In the kitchen
In which case plants enough can b(
started to fill.a good sized garden. I
Is also advisable that each box be la.
beled, so that the plants will not get
THE APPLE ORCHARD.
.What J. H. Hale Would Do With It.
"Culture" Is His Rule.
Apropos of the new theory of keep
Ing a grass mulch on the orchard J. II.
Hale of Connecticut says in Rural New
Yorker: If the orchard was ml e I
should tackle It this coming 8)r 1
a broadcast applicat lo me g o (
fertilizer; stable m rn i f h
ty of it; if not ne Ifoun had plen
~"~Ibne ground bone, pet
at and most available
form and a moderate amount of nitro
gen. I would then put in a stiff, steady
team and a good, strong plow and
break it. up thoroughly to the depth
of four or flye inches. I would have a
man follow the plow with a good, sharp
ax and give a smooth cut to all large
roots that were broken. The trees
themselves I should prune in a mioder
aN way, no reckless cutting and slash
ing. I should wvet the bodies and larger
limbs and ,scrape them thoroughly if
they were covered with rough bark
that couid be thus got off.
Spring .$nd Summer Care.
Some time In March I should- spray
the trees either with strong potash wa
ter or sulphate of copper wash; later,
as the buds were swelling, a good
spraying of bordeaux and probably an
other bordeaux spraying with some ar
senilcal poisoni mixture along in May or
early June. Assuming that the plowing
has all been done in April, and the ear
11er the better, I should give thorough
culture through May, June and July
wvith most approved Implements at
hand. A spring tooth harrow wvould
serve the purpose best. A good liming
of the land or a liberal dressing of
hardwood ashes along the last of July
and then seeding the whole to clovei
grould be my wvay of finishing up the
Th'Ie Winter Treatment.
The following winter I should give
whatever further pruning seemed desir
able anad spray according to apparent
nxeeds; a little fertilizer in the spring if
my pocketbook wvould stand It, and then
start the harrows the uminute frost and
mnudiwould admit and keep up the cul
tivation same as before. By the second
year the orchard ought to begin to feel
and showv the results of such treatment
and p~erhapls to do some business on Its
own account. Further annual treatment
would continue along about the same
lines, provided of course the results
were such as to warrant it. Breaking
anid tearing as many roots as would be
likely in this first plowving up would
be a great shockc to the trees and prob
ably force a strong developmenmt of
fruit buds the first year of cultivation,
and so I should reasonably expect a
fine crop of apples the second year, but
It is one thing to expect results from
an orchard arnd another to get them.
A forty acre apple orchard rightly han
died is worth a lot of money and ought
to pay all the bills and leave ni splendid
profit on top of it. I am a believer in
culture and have mighty little symnpa
thy with the general orchardists who
expect to get success in any other way.
Soil light and dry and not too rich
suits the pea, which should be sown as
soon as the ground can be worked and
at Intervals of toun days for succession,
Sprouting themi in a box of moist sand
In a wvarm cellar before planting out,
side ill give a considerable gain ir
earliness. Peas grown cairelessly in th<
garden for several solisonn deterioratt
awl are not profitable seed.
Sears'the I bs Kind You H3o AlWays Bougl
11ow to Cure Dietenaper.
Strup of buckthornm will cure dogs of
dIstemper If given in time. Three or
four doses should 'be given daily, and
about- a teasp~oonful at a time. Lel
the animal sleep near the fire and feedi
It on hot milk until Its appetite comnes
b Zoes your head ache ? Pain
~.bsckof your eyes ? Bad
itn your mouth? It's
Sur liver ! Ayer's Pills are
gK Verpil They cure constIi
$( g ieache, dyspepsia.
hter 1ofetde or bcard a b cautiful
Th ieading doctors eay:
4 is8as0; it every one 'wojiG kii
aot .nd leave drugs alone the eth
0 istics show thai th9s0dQ0tb I
r ~ Dul' Pute il W
00Its, AstmaCatarr, Cougs,
lkervoju prostratQp, nfenalq troibleg.
aus 1.lthese diseases are sd baue y
builds ne tissues it enriches and stin
the heart, invigorates the -brain and a
disease. It kills tie germs.
1Mr. and 'Mrs, Adam lvingood of
years, say Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey I
beyond their silver wedding. Mr. I4v
They aro both bale and hearty and feel
Mrs. Matilda Watts, who is 63 ye
cured her of grip and has kept her st
"I suffered terribly with the grip a
of Weather always found me in bed, v
living. Picking up a newspaper one
from the use of Duffy's Malt Whiskey
were almost instantaneous. Tle terrible
disappeared. I was completely cured al
at the age of 03, I fool as though I was
New York's leading doctor said: "I
It you wish to keep young, strong a
glow of perfect health, take P)UITY's P
spoonful in half a glass of water. or
medicine. It is dangerous to ill your s;
and depress the heart. "fDuffy's" is an
from fusel oil and other dangerous Ingi
Quinine depresses tlie heart, whilo
DUFFY'S PURID MIALT WHISKEY tonel
and strengthens the heart action, In
vigorates the brain, purifies the entire
system and keeps it in a normally healthy
condition. It kills all disease germs and
Caution-When you ask for Duffya
Pure Malt Whiskey be sure you get
the genuine. Unserupulous dealers
mindful of the excellence of this
pireparation, will try to sell chea
imitations, and .so-called Ma i
Whiskey substitutes, which are put
on the market for proilt only, and
which far from relieving tile sick
are isositively harmful. Demanti
"Duffy9'x* and be sure you get ito
It is the only absolutely pure mall
mwhisxcey which contains medicinal
heal thving qualities. Look for
the trade-mark, "The Old Chemist,'
onM the label.
'luffy's Pure Malt Whiskey has cu
scribed by over 7,000 doctors and used
The genuine is
SOLD AT ALL
or direct at $1.00 a bottle. It Is the o
as a medicine. Valuable medical book
Rochester. N Y.
How to Boil Water.
"To boil water would seem to be a
very simple thing," says a writer in
the Boston Cooking School Magazine,
"and yet the late Charles Dolmonico
used to say that very few people know
how to do It. 'The secret is,' he said,
'In putting good fresh water into a
kettle, already quite warm, setting jm
watef to boilin d., en tak
ing it rlgld.9 for use in ten, coffee or
o. 'drinks before it is spoiled. To
et it steam and simmer and evaporate
until the good watel is In the atmos
phere and only the lime and iron and
dregs left in the kettle is what makes
a great many people sick, and it Is
worse than no water at all.' For wa
ter boiled like this and flavored with a
fpw drops of lemon juice Mr. Delmon
ico used to charge as much as for his
best liquors, and he often recommend
ed it to his customers and friends who
complained of loss of appetite. It is
llow to DUe Beef Marrow.
Beef marrow taken from the soul)
bones and round steak Is excellent for
cooking purposes. Cut it in small bits.
put it In a covered small jar, set in a
pan of water and place over the fire
to simimer gently. When all melted,
strain through a thin cloth into a clean
pan, let settle for a few minutes, then
press into small jars and tie securely.
It wIll keep for months.
hrow to Make Mayonnaise Dressing.
Mix together one teaspoonful each of
mustard andi salt, a fewv grains of cay.
enne and the yolks of two raw eggs.
Add slowly one-half a pint of olive oil,
two tablespoonfuls of vinegar and
two tablespoonfuls of lemon juice,
Just before serving add two table
spoonfuls of thick cream, whipped.
The cream may be omitted, if pre
ferred. Have everything cold, and set
the bowl into a pan of Ice water or
chloppe)d ice. Add the oil very slowly
at first. Aftor the first f ew tablespoon.
fuls have been addeio canjj be added
more rapidly. ..
Ho0w to Makce Scones of Potatoes.
When a bowl of mashed potatoes is
left over, try making scones of them
for supper or breakfast. Add -a little
hot milk and renash the potato; add a
little m'ore salt, then flour enough to
mold the ix'ture into fiat ppgkes.
Toast them slowly so they will not
burn and eat hot with butter.
Old National Players.
The deans of the National league in
point of playing service are Charles
Farrell and George Vani Haltren, both
of whom are still strong aqd hysijy,
mighty wvithm the b~at, powerful of wing
and of influite value to any club ae
coaches of the younger players.
A Vtre Dan Patch?
D. A. Messner, ,Jr., pf Oxford, Ind.,
the former owner of Dan Pgteh, huas
just purchased the green trotter Main,
gulardl, by Axteli. The purchase price
was i4,00. Mr. Messner Is eonfldent
that he lhas nother winner of the Dan
Bears the~ 110Kn o aeA
- Bas. Eaton Thte
"I was attacked last M
citis. As I showed signs of 1
anid I began to east around to
and as a result we fell upon
has boon a Wonderful bib
eaten almost three cases. H.
death s thel
Item tortified with, 4n: -*vigot stin i
rate would be lowered.
ire right and this 48 Why all leading doators
toy exlusively. tor. Oneglapti9n, Grip,
dyspepsia, inrharla 'id al Ilow foeip,
slooplessness-and Weakness from wbStever
*M ALT:" WHIS'KEI
kulates the blood, aids digestion, tones u
Lreogthens the. system so it throws of
Ilverson, Pa., who have been married 05
ass prolonged their happy union many years
lagood is 91 years old and his wife Is 84.
vigorous as a couple 50 years of ago.
ire of age, says Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
!ong and well.
ind and tried every known remedy. Changes
mad I often felt as it life was not worth the
lay, I read of the great benefit derived
and sent for a bottle. The beneficial effects
lassitude with which I had suffered so long
id have felt no bad after effects, and to-day,
Hatijda Watts, 254 W. 40th St.. N. Y. C."
uffys Pure Malt Whiskoy is food already
ad vigorous and have on your check the
URID MAILT WHISKIEY, regularly, a table.
nilk three times a day and take no other
rFtem with drugs; they poison the system
absolutely pure stimulant and tonic, free
'edients so common in malt whiskeys.
'ed millions In tlie last 50 years. It Is pro.
exclusively by 2,000 prominent hospitals.
ily whiskey recognized by the Government
let sent free. Duffy Malt Whiskey Company,
How to Inhale and Exhale-Some
The air in the bottom of many a pair
of lungs is like the dead air in an un
Ventilated celln. A .ongustor
must be.JN e to expel the residual
aht the base of the lungs for chest
expansion, blood purification, radiant
health and lasting beauty.
Deep breathing exercises, through the
Rostrils, never the month, should be
practiced night and morning, says the
New York News. Thorough respira
tion increases the red corpuscles of the
blood and purifles the entire circula.
Thorough respiration frees the lungs
of the noxious carbon gas and bodily
impurities thrown off in the form of
watery vapor of the breath.
At least ten deep inhalations of fresh
air should he takeni upon0 or before
rising every morning and the suae be.
fore going to bed every night. These
may be taken either in an upright or
If lying down, lie flat upon the back,
arms extended, and1( slowly inhale
through the nostrils. 'Try to fill every
air cell of the lungs. The abdomen
should rise first, then the ecest, as the
lungs become inflated. After holding
tihe breath a little expel it slowliy
through the lips. Fill and empty the
lungs as thoroughly as possible and
try to realize that health, vitality, en.
orgy and beauty are in each incoming
breath an~d impurity, wveakness and
disease are being discarded with every
The breath Is tihe life.
Oriental View of Womuunhood.
The oriental idea of the freedom
which American women enjoy (does not
accordl with that of Americans. One
indoo lady expressed herself as great
ly shocked that Ameriean aen should
compel their womei .to go about ill
public unp~rotected, their faces exposed
to the gaze of stranlgers, anmd a Hindoo10
gentleman with whom we talked thus
iixpressed ijinself on the subject of
orienltal troeatment of womn:
"You say that we do not honor our
women., Why, let me tell you that all
Hlindoo boys, till they are ready to
learn tile ways of men, are taught by
their mothers. WVe are subject to our
mnothers, and we know what you'occi
denitals do not yet seemi to realize-that
to have good spe Qnd good citIzens
WO must have good molth~ers. You wvilJ
hardly find a Jlindoo man, whatever
his caste, daring to go against the
counsel of hisa moth~er. Call you amy as
much for American men01?"
Could as muchel, do0 our readers think,
ho qa)l fe Americanm men? Th'lero are
miotheors in~ the orient. So lon~g as theys
is a corner and a crust to be shared the
parents in the orientai family have tile
For Infants and Children,
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Jim Dumpsa' physician once
g aJ4 he ; "I'll have no
on the shel,
You who cure others,
Then Jim sent up semI
ffoppe " o him,
e" Tha 'avhat lie pbe
'quoth " Sunny'Jhm. -'
A DECORATIVE VINE.
Nature's Aid to Art In lenuttty g
a. Country' Iome.
Among our ornamental vineg t at
good old fashioned cliubing shrut, Ly
ciumI cherrouse, or matrimony vii6,
has an expression different frmn all
other 1)Iants in its lnes.- With a strong
liking for a trellis, it has no tendrils
nor a twining or climbing habit. It hei
something akin to thorns, but is also
profuso with beautiful scarlet- berries
in autumn. In habit it is really only
h1lf vine, Its long, slender growths fall
ing gracefully from its support, giving
a pecullarly soft and pleasing elYect, as
seen in the illustration.
One of the attractivo points of the
matrimony vine is Its early and lasting
leafage. It is green in the spring long
THE OOD OLD M1ATRIMONY VINE.
before most other climbing plants
awvake, and the follage holds to the
branches till very late in the fall, malk
Ing a harmonious combination with
the fruit. As the vine ts not strictly a
climber It can be.. used for general
The only objection to this vind' Is Uta
It does not screen Its larger stems upon
4hporch side unless the pendlent
braneli68 arc, permitted-to hang toward
the house, but fromt the street thle
effect Is one of grae, softness of te
turo and delicacy of coloring.
Begfonia Culture Fn a Nutshell.
It hase often been urged by enthunsi
asts that the begonia as at bedding
plant is as easy to hiandle-as a potato
and that the tubers during the winter
mnonths are just as easy, to keep. This
is true as far as It goes, but it Is not
the whole truth.
The facts are just these: The bego
nia Is Just as easy to hand11le as thle PO
fla anddw muchn mor atrctv and....
the cond ~~itsaecmle ih
befitor ins othe climbing thhgrud
expose, ande ige earldts ofh
branthesa ti ve unlae inth fl, ak
tingu mnous rng mbthesntin with
theur. hysee te bie iwatritlatei
climbernitg carl n he smornead
thebd drnly obetieole ofti the atr
ntoenwotl scents loarge harm. upna
wJ~orh sego unleeds th cooleoit
placois rootsrith -t hage toard
mther ouse buts fromte.-J.eet Wthe
teand meicacy ofardening.
DIng thasnt oftne urgday nruysa
ast hat tre aegonhad aszas bdding
hlavn i asinds thandlterns asptateo
arncthatlty. tbersuringa the wiower
arethey are oftsnt as sngto'ryd
'rutey mfht e u ecauhse of beg
plane in untsusytabllelacs tzaeapo
tare motrale sha o loving than te dalnd
ceder than therfniues, rovded morl
atingcondition partalmsade than
Toe inutefull grow yegoit inaullr
stighrelay exposre the grItusnot
mxeanto bea theyrsould wel cpliated
andfly nder tres bth Inosituatio ns
weroed Onre dring thr erlydtgesl ofr
tialous shaerigi theI sentral fen
bute Theyus neo be waought tena
pohr eonen, etalsi toe mring andu
tbedusrinf the hlke ot thee
plante foritVrot, wih ano Warmer a
rsIn Amarkon lae nd iru sDr
Chre harsys thiat rm us.t
Durt"ing the mont of MayeExetrng man
of at1 at sreurned to aleat bor
havin n mplndth ae noncei taits
pood subtanc Ie.u "The tasthegratwers
are touly mare ofen nemth but athitrn
asgrte ighto bodes becaue f beingh
weanted iolo untble ourlaes. Aea
arerfullywe shad lving elvntg armd
tedes ti h lwrsaefr r
lTig weans olyartoa sadthang
vmeiithe rphll Other, yet rarelooms,
aireay epoedento the are. and mst
mant thar they shopard for j~te.
rertly u nder e rees . u i sta~n
whe lare trew orkerldng tell ofre
tinovin shadenes toem Itels genraly un
derstood thats aomeleas go lah silnd
retunin oromI hatoga tldwht and--n
becatuon of the theaIue ots undesea
vergrte gove hc aJudgenIdurton'
nlae.l on eavad theusee kDpt
Cha-e haw1sayK tha Y'onmy Adst oU
rats~nl uro - etre t arho
ofsol mayl beathw bt td as
withu the srn of a mak hivng rome
teclorohyl. Others, s mshoms,
ar sdpenden as e are pand us
Prc an0a der P0 iae Btle Pw e
tiPn tes. Ifon ey~ ago ar
place ch sate nelwre. kept
AVegetable Preparation forAs
lig the Stomachs andBowe s of
ness andRest.Contahis neither
iaije .$ero e4trn/
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Aperfeel Remedy for Constlpa
Ron, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea
ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
FacStito Signature or
mw W YOnIK.
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
-Ayer' S quickly
Malaria and malaria.
Ague C; relivingIn
THE OLDEST, LAR
DRY GOODS HOUS
MONT SECTION C
o Our Friends and Pi
We can supply your wvants in a:
from the linest to the cheapest qmu
Our buyers have just returned f
counters and shelves are loaded d(
Dress Goods and Novelties. In 0
the most complete stock in the St
When in Greenville call and exr
before making your purchases. X
more than satistied.
In Carpets, M attings,Rugs, Scref
and Muts we have a complete StC
Thl1anking our friends and custor
in the past and hoping $o narit a
-- eI --- .
The Kind You Have
THE CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW YOR14 CITY.
destroys malarial germs.
rompt relief in all forms of
Sure preventive for those
malarial districts. ^re,"1t:
GEST AND BEST
E IN THE PIED
F S.C. : : :
Iythiing in tho Dry Goods lino
omh Northern markets and our
>wnI witli all the latest Spri-ng
en1ts Furnishing Goods we~ have
ice at pr'ices that will astonish
mino our goods and get prices
our money back if' you are not
ns, Window Shaades, Art Squares
aers for their Jiberal patronage
Continuance of the same w'e are
7 RI' LEASUREij~ -
Opens at Greenv
This announcemenat will thril au
with gladness thousands of custo- SI
mers whc eargerly look forward to va
this great annual event. This
year it will appeal with special tu
force and money saving pow-er to ar
the great mass of the trading pub- of
I ic. 01
Unfavorable weather conditions 0
so far this Summer have mado it
well nigh impossible for farmers hi
to leave their work and do their go
summer trading. And now just in h
the nick of time, when they have
caught up with their farm work be
comes this great mill end sale and bi
gives them bargains greater than an
they could have bought in the th,
Spring and early Summer. sul
The Bargains at this, our fourth
Send for a Mill Ei
Rain or Shine this great Mill End Sale
and continue until Satu
H. K. Sturdi
Store Full of
To Show You.
We have never before tried so hard to I
wants as we have this time. We want to tell
Dress Goods. 36 i:
26 inch double fold Wcrsted, nico con
for Skirts or Children's Dresses 10 & 12e --.
42 inch Mohair at ......... ... ... 250
i.0 inch Mohair at- .. .. .........49c F~uJ
50 Cecilinn. (not Mohair) worth Fm,
$1.03l, Special price.. ... .... . ..50 hat
36 inch Tiffeta at.-----.-.-........75c x
816 inch all silk Tilfetta at -----. .. .98e Mor
Wash Tiffetta 28 inch& a wide All
just tho thing for a wa'ist. . ..49c -
OUR VMHE GOODS DEFR~MNT,
tscompleto with the newv and up-to-date sl(
OfrP.K., Madras and any other
good values for waistd,.iz
34 inch P. Ic. White.... .. ........10c 1
84 inch P. K. White ..............c j93<
* The Little
106 N. Main Street.
H IG H Pt
~. But when in need of an'
& call and we will make you
~11~ We have always on I
(~f Groceries at Lowest Prices
are now arriving. Will tel
call and see them when in
Our Notion Dep)artmenlt is full
is "the same goods for less moncy,
the same money.'" - Your:
WYATT & G]
Anld Well Select4
Always on hand, at figures to defy
Just returned from the North
is complete. Don't fail to se
L. ROTH S
A. S. BYERS CO.,
Will pay SPOT CASh
lar, Ash or \Valnut. TI
man to receive the lumi
point. They wvill pay y
market price. Write the
you have in the way of Ii
A. S. BYERS COMPA
d GREATEST MILL END
WE will be grolter and moro
ried than evor.
Our Mr. Sturdivant has juat re.
rned from the northern mills
d factories with an immense lot
Dry Goods, Shoes, Hate and
othing bought especially for this
R.EAT MILL END SALE.
l'he scarcity of cotton and its
gh prico will make all kinds of
ods higher this fall than thoy
vo boon im many years.
It will be menoy saved for ovory
dy to attond this great salo anl
y all the dry goods, shoes, hats
d clothing they may nood before
3 prices goos higher-ws they
roly will this fall.
will op.i Thursday July 9th
rday, July 18th, '
gty things that will fill everybodys
you of a few special things.
nch percal good styles worth
id 10c to a1ko it pay You to
le and se( us, will sell at Ge the yd.
I line of Men's Hleadwear, both in
and~ Straw. All 1-rices in straw
a from 50c up to $3.C0
on's pants anrd overalls can't be
ched ini Greenrville that we sell.
i SI slo ize, good black .$.50
wocol itat.. .. . . . . . .49
can plea~'you when ne mention
lot of Lardies Slippers all styles and
s, the prnice 50c. the pair.
lot of mns shoes solid as a rock for
lents the pair.
Greenville, S. C.
'thing in our line give us a
andi a full'supply of Fresh
.Our Spring Dry Goods
I you about them later, but
of Bargains. Our motto
more and better goods for
s for trade,
\SLEY, S. C. h
~d Stock of
111 S ail FlsIS
e meC when in our city.
GREENVILLE, S. C.
for Oak, Pop
icy will send a
er at loadling
>u the highest
mlf stating what
NY. Atlanta, Ga.