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Short and Timely Articles that will
ooeive, and are solioltod for
On any Phso or Subje t o
Allied With the rarmers.
- Tie constribulioll of one thoOusid
dolh rats by the Virginia Carolina
Chemical Comn d of smal4
but ibi-1 aumit, by other fertilizer
companises ut- 11 '.( OtnGro r
Assciatiliot), ilt first blusli, as weais
rrviiklO. One of this Aocia.
tioni's avowed oljects is to cause a
1eduction in the amount of feitili
zA's usl-ed by Southern cotton plant
The feitilizer comnpanies, how.
ever, tak a broader and wiser
view. The Southern farmers are
their chief custoners, not only this
year, bit in aill .%ars. Uinless the
have ability to buy, the fertilizer
ieiin cannot oxpect to sell. The
fuiimei is are striving to gain the
position v-herf. they Vill have a
voice in fixing the prica of the-r
o miiodity . -Other pioducers oc
ctipy such a 1);siton now an( the
farmers believe that as a conditi- n
precedent to reachi ag it, intolligen t
restriction iiust be' placed about
prod uction. The logic in, this is
The tertilizer companlies under,
stand further that the educatlion
movement implies no fight upon
them. Curtailing fertilizers lhas
no other object than to curtail the
cotton crop of 1905. Thoe is no
disposition to lessen the amount
of fertilizers used for wdheat, pota.
toes ai.d other crops.
Whlilo the fertilizer companies
have exhibited good business judg
ment in thus co.operating with
the farmerpr, they show a liberal
spirit. They make it clear thai
they keep in mind their mutualitv
of interests with Soutlnil farmer
and give to the latter assuranec
that they may be de.euded upoi
as i.lliei when the Southern farm
ing industif' is menaced.-NowE
Liberty, S, C., Vet). 27, .1904.
We have just1 recei ved thle report
of New t Gireshlam, Secrotar y-Troas
urer olf the Fa rmers Educational
and Cooperative Union of?,Amnerica,
mado at the State Convention al
Fort Worth, Texas, Feb. 14. Hhi
report shows the following:
Thue State of Texas has 100,00(
members up to thajt date ; thler)
aro '4,264 unfionls sea ttoredl over thi
Southerni Stal, viz: Indian Tor
ritory, Oklahoma, Louisiaa, M i:
souri, Trejnesee, Georgin, MIissir
sippi, South Carolina, North Oan
work of orgaizatloll hias jest g.
fairly uinder way) east, ojf the is
Sibsi p1i. The Farmord8 Unzioni l'ass
dlelulgi of c.otton nt solutionls to ie
d .< e the acreaigo.
]n this <oul ty we now have fly
unions, with lothe ra under way
There will bo a county organmiza
tion at an early day, and we hopi
to have the entire Stato orgaiz.
in a short tinw', imany of .tho larg
er couantics halvinig their coutyt or
galniz/ationis. There should be or
'ganiizationis ini every district fo:
Convenienci of the farmers.
The~ farmer who takte it on hini
self, to cati slr upon 11)1 this orgaii
zation to dtishea rtun its membel~hr'
or to prevcnlt othiers from jining
is not worthly of any conlidei~ratioi
or respi ec, by his fellowvman. Ig
norance can 1no lonigor bo aicctpte(
as a reasonable excuse, as lany onh
can, with a little effort, inforni
themselves, and no man of hiono
can afford to raise his hand agains
Sh a onfy friends who are engage
in a kindred occupation.
A. union was organized at Pra
ters~reek school house lasti week
Sould be glad to hear from an:
s 90tion of the coutly inlterested
a the suicc 89. of the farmers..
Jobdn T. Bogge, 1). 0. P. 0.
Liberty, S. C.
~aoeser HIolden has c~nvinlced
tbo course of time a'l
eanthat the te w
ens the aippli
' ' ho~bds in accot'
Farm 8 for the
be of 3enefit to our Readors Will b(
this Page. Artioles are to bo
r Farming or Farm Life.
By And By.
Brother farmer, h1old( your cotton,
You can do it if yt.u try
lHave the gamjblor6 dead ando.( rotten -
By and by- by and by.
If your heart is sad and broken
And tears beodii the eyo,
T iak for a day of sunsbino
By amil by --by and by.
Lot j our farms be self sustnaming,
fl0 the culttou low or high.
hIave no rvas..u for complainiug.....
By and by -- by and ty,
Jusbt fklow myI) iindructionso
You will ievet. weep or
Fr at ho.0 No'll have a lving-..
Sazd )y --bV a.d by.
R.0 e Cor', wI heant a t.-l bite-m ---
Y >u can d) this if y .a try.
At d bo living in 1 pemloist, - --
By' alid ty-----y alS by.
Now, finmii s, 1(l)v lioll 14enSI
And cease to act a fool.
D''t p!ant forty acris
Fr a brok it legged mule.
If you jIlaut a little 'tatr patch,
And a little patch of corn.
Y.u matny have an eiply picket
And ture tn eipty barn.
We n cre near complete destructiun
The fact was plainly sencu -
u' tLe gallant Hat-vie Jo dan
I I as already rolled botweon.
Yes, little 'Toimy Watson,
lIis brillianco blitzing high,
Will help us gii the victory
By and by --by andI by.
Yu may hear thn farnor laughinp
And you 1)ee( not hals him.) Whb
When the (evil gets the gambler
1ly a14 by-by an(1 by.
W'il bo sorry for the devil
Wien the guublera got arcund
'iey will coner oi the bi imstone,
Rin tile ni rlt up and down.
No dilfurenee ill the giamb'ers,
WhetheI r li bo "boar" or "bull."
They wvill steall fr'om tall oreation
E.very time they got it pull.
If you thI ik the '"bull" friendhly,
Just rernIovo him from the cotton
And place him on the wheat.
Now, fnrmers "be united"
Put yo0ur sboulders to the wheel
And we'll nave the situationt
8o the gamblers cannot steaI.
Like D)avid am1l4 Ooliaith.
As we stand among thme rankcs,
Make the gamblers fear aid tromb:
At Jordan's stormy ban :s.
-Look to our great Oretator,
Wiho 41 wells above the sky,
W'lllwear palms of vietory --
11 U a. d ly - by andl
-J,. D)av.s Whaler inAnu
The1 We tid South hmvo gro,
B> rich ilst th'v s~t. n. w~ atle
finance their cWn industries. 1"
'(m:4 ly Ne w York and the3 Easte
motey e n'ers were annu ally dra
uron for funds to move the' cro
handle the cattle shipuments and p
form all of the servico in the mark
ing of products of tho Wecst and Su
As a natrual result, whun shuippi
time arrived the producoru sontL th
thipmnents to t he East, tro ;t of th(
being necesary to dirch r fo obli
ti-mls for money advanedt. T1
men who had loaned the omoney' w
ink( rest.ed in the railrozads h adintg
weld the Atlantic and thus drn
double tolls from the prodluers4.
thmis has~ been changed to a1 veryV
muarkable degree wit Lijn the bu t f..
years1'. 'rThe West anmd Hooth1 hm
their banklIs tilled with monoy BC(
iug investmeont tand are ab'e to linani
r their owin afleirs. Many of 1.be0 fa
t. mersH of the( West are nowY lend<
I instead of b )Lrower t.
-'The Now York D~epartment of A
riculture is after the dogs, of whit
there are reported to be 500O,000
I the State. By taxing~ each one 1
it'is hoped to raise $1,000,00, toI
d ivotedi to varils ogrienit orali
tirest. Certainly thi is ag,
schemte, if it will work. iTh ciie
tbonl is hIow inlany mnh will pir
killing their dogs to paying the Ia
Tao owners of valnable dogs wi
0' course, be willing to put up, tbl
how abotut the owners or "mlongr<
puppy, whelp an~d hound anud cmi
Murray's Horehouund, -Mu
ln and Tar will cure you
cough.Marge bottl for 25
A ouiOts i ceidolatio Phows that
if the * rop.if 1004 in thisi country
w ro , q' -jialy tii% idhal 4 yerv 11111),
vf.flh t tnta u d W . 11:41 n c('ive prot)
ineat h $51 ait presenult w holcm-de
a1. COs Each v ould i ~teve a bar
1 1of if ,ur, two hmiiirad egg-1, thirty
live gillons of milik, at bushel of
j I.I)It-1, & tvwO and a half hi stel Cf
)thur fruj t.4 auid bOrris, three blit'.
0.8 of potatoes, two of oti-r"tsi, hOes
p- irl} d in t tir itipt ; Itven Iteads
-f cabb te and haf 1as mu11et lettue,
1.o-n1 er8 an I cauiill )WVr; t% woo Y
eight bu biutlI of corn, us:.1alI y inl th.
6itap of beef, pork awhl poultry, uv
euty pounds of cotton, six of wool and
leather eniough to mlutl, two p iirs of
shoes. Now is every oneo of Uiilu
Sain's chililrei able to siy that there
hi s been at.i evon distribution and
that ho has recv'voi his full slurJ?
Evttr r.reform sect t ugnettlo old
thingt<. I i. a-sg eu tth: aid raising
thle "uley" H (i iaiu (1ecesstrit
madde boa its scaro inud demIlorallizt.
ti 110heor trade Ilorn ia iitch useod
ill the ats itnidu1 fkor variolis doeit-f.te
purposes, bucli as ht rtks Hori.
is a ton-coiductor, 1s it is provtn ly
tho fact thb, a man with too mlian
'I'horts" aboat d can't otlduct himl)
self p: OplIy.
Ap( ItEWARDl) $100.
T in re.hlra - r (f thi r.lper will be
Jlase-4 d 1!'.1 t i t 0Ihee is at letist one
.lremled disa- it. t , L lt c it neCe h as he( n1
aleuo to cure in all itsa stages and that a
H~tri. Iall" ~ ar Cu1110 is thll ml
ly p'sitivo curt now known to the meo
icalfraternity. Gatairrih being at consi..
tutioniiti etw. requires a cor1ituitltion
it troatlenG. lan- Othe 04'tarrh (,uro it
taken ilternally, nating' dir-etly upon
the blool ai muicous uirfaces of the
avstem, tht-reby detntroying the foumda
tionl of tho 'isetase, aid giving the pr.
tient rtrengti by building up the cor
atitut.on and asistinig nituro in doing
its work. The proprietors iave so
much faith inl its cur1ativo nowers, that
they offer Ono Hundred Dollars for i y
any cnse that it fails to cure. Send for
list of tIestiiionials.
Address, F. J. Cheney & Co
Sold by al Druggists. Halla Family
Pills are thlbest.
The ExEcutivo Board of the Pied
mont Association will met at
Liberty on tho 14th of this month,
at 3-o'clock. A full attendance is
(sired, as there is business of Im
p .rtanco to attend to.
T. F. Nevlon, Chaitrmn.
Famous Fruit Lands
Of the east 'Texas country, home
o'' the, llbarta peach, the staa Iw
borry, plum, pear, t omtato antd othi
er fruits and v'egIeztbles. Big
money in growing for the north
On February '7th and 21st and
March 7th and 21st, round trip)
_ home sekes tichots from St.
Louis, Tlhobes, Cairo or Memphis
atL rate of 0110 fair plus $2 not ex.
Onea way colonist tickets at halt
e are plus $j2 ont February 2lst and1(
6March 21st .
Wto 1 for booklet 0ont'Xt Txa frit
lands, may1 j) 11 l t imte table.
L. P. Smith, TV. P'. A.,
Col h ,,t t ln liou te, A 11antia,
8. Make your druggist give you
IMurray's HaOrehound1, Mullei~in
Sand Tar. Cures your cough.
to 25C a bottle.
t1 Li our1 itg 1Tunnel. Mintin
hI richer andl better. Man)
g ahead andI will be cutt in ra
Le. T1he camp) of Quick IFortunz
with rich G~oki Strikes all
It covered. Join now'L andt
H E b P~ L
k ~ very share of Golden Su
coin the Goldfield 1oo acres
0 300 acres. Dividends deel
$15 Bu~tys 1
ii $45 buys 3,300 shares. $c
BUY BEFORE THE
ORDER AT ONCE
lI, the Cheapest and Best, w
it cash in the treasury. If os
will be returned.
I ighest Commercial and 1i
MAKE ALL REMITTA
The Golden Sun Mini,
- 20 ITTM GE BULDIN
simlat(intheI o an~0L udRegtda
tin the Stmacis nud Bowels of 3
1ness andlest.Containis neilther
1um111,Morphiae nor Miueral.
Aperfecl Remedy for Constipa
Hon, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoca
ness and Loss o F SLEEP.
FacSimite Signature or'
EXACT COPY oF WRAPPR .
W(. mIIust hinvo 114lp it oice to y]
openCU u Mur W0ndrul . bodies is
of Copper ore.
have spent every cent of C
my own money
in organ)izing thig company
and securing the 32 claims 1t o1
Owns. 100,000 shares of
stock sold at 65c a share, (,mr Pt
Va1ue $10), will do this devel- to
opment work. th
o Shares -will Cost-you (
You can pa'y for it at $5 per
mouLth~ and1 it miay bo worth w
$6,500 in Three Years
Manty copper properties have IE
blhown eveni greater increasei :i
If you dh'tire further and full bi
informa it is nowi
Up to You'
THlE M(INTE CRISTO 00IN-"
SERVATIVE MINItiG CO. g
Ma, -Kai. 1t.us-o is to I a bilker or pro)
mloker, ju A rizAolnr niiI.in3g mt .n tith v
a go l po siti n mu ine t.
g L xperts say it will grow
large Gold Veins are just c
LDFIE L .Di
es. We own 100 acres,
Lrounld. Gold veins Dis- t
J S Di1 G!
n Stock Gives ownership
and Colorado :200-total
aredi on bo0th would be
ain One Investment
0o buys 6,6o0 shares. Full
ith ore i the mines and
'er-subscribe~d your money
NCES PAYABLE TO .
ig and Milling & Co.5
AST R 1A..
Dr Infants and Children,
ie Kind You Have
YHU ONOTAUR SOMI'ANY. NdEW YOVIM CITY.
Cotto;i has advanced abotiun t tw)
Uts s-inco I he farmneIs have slown
me power of cohe(sion. If the ftr
ers and busuics men of the south
Ji! continuo to staid togothor there
13o doubt but that theo- will soon
I masiter of tho situatiolu anid tLis
Oction 1ill be the . c tr
-Lunity o1 <,.i th.
Do No! Stl.press a Cough.
W1n yoll hlvy. a co ih do not try to
ppreHS it, but rem1oV- the Cemso. The
ugh i oly a symupt;):ai of mmie dis
se, flud the diease is whatyu sh (ould
re, then the congi will stop of itself.
10 most common cause of coughing is
cold Aiodyns will promptly sip
ess (te caaugh, and preparations-3 cou
fing chjioform, opiumxl etc., are 118d
r that. purj pose, but thely do not cure
cold. Chambrlinllls Cough -Remedy
I the olhot hand does not suppress the
ugh, but relives-t it by removing from
o throat and liugs the mucus vbich
f-t.ructed thI breating and allaying
e irritation and Iilking mn the thront,
also openi tho se'cretions andu effec
o lly and pernteuenutly cur es the cold as
All as the congb b. For sale by, Pickens
rug Store. Eale Drug tjtoro.
Woledr ful Ner ve.
displayed !y many113 men enduring
Lins of accidental cuts, wounds, bruises
urns, scld s, aore feet or soiff joinlts.
it thxero's; n) need for~ it. Bucklen 's
rnica Salvo uWi I kill the pain and cure
e trouble. Its the best salvo on earth
r ple too. :5o at Pickens D~rug Co.
Coreless alppio, Sa dbis sorangei
>it)0ees cactus stone(less plumnb3 are
r'eady' accomplishied facts. Perhapsj)
t im w1 e sh al h vo tthe thtornloss
ui'i lb .r.n,'.lles pig, t.h e bu'.terless
ont andi tho kiecless mule. TJhe
tiilennxiumIl wil get herei if we only.
ivo it tim
.lt s ex -ptjina' I'> Ii d a family
b1(1 . here hi) () d i dc in)turOs 00
?1si n .[y ham 4oj4 e( *m he I . one~d by'
LVI Ir. 'n.. New1C Oifod \ Pii
(f io: d. .\lm- ill Ceby e yO;
ough. L arge bottle for 25c.
o Cottpons iexcept singles) accepted
nless~ tuibscription is paid in advance
ro the person senidinig us
lhe largest list of sub
cribers accompanied by
he cash, before May'1st,
905, we will give a first
lass DRO)P-IIEAD E W
NO MA HiNE.
. in thie
N" i~R EDUC
e r'LTh CF UtSl0 n
~, 1HMOtii,va. CHARLETO0M, 4
EMWJH. sava,6iwA & Oil Co. -
- of the larg
--i' ino botte
hir afnnot Supply F
You've Heard About, Tfi' "Eal Bi4'?.
Well It's Not Too Early to Buy Your
New Fal Suit
-.-Our linC of
%)l S O\I BRCOA'[
are now on dis play, and a'
- handtsomer -tf (oods has11
never be1n shown by any
B'V1 1 t. : r IbI 1- 1
in 8, 1a c I , rw h rPlaid
- rra'. i HadH ts I 1(2 V. '.lit s~ to
-n:ttdh your suit.
LEA .DING ULTVIII 1.
Greenville, S. C.
From Nov. 15, 1904, to Jan. 1, 1905, I wish tw: trade
to bear in mind that at my store is the place to I .y
YOUR WINTER GOODS AND SAVE MONEY!
Bargain Prices Are What I Mean
1000 pair, mens19, wo111nS, boys, gil an i ldlid o al hinds, to
go at a barg-linl.
A big lot of metLA overconts at a bargain.
A few mena nud) boys suits left, to go W, Ia b Vrgaii..
A big lot of meni panit to po at a haigtinl.
A big lot (if mens and bo.s im--i; 2a(nd caps a. it a b gan.in.
A lot of drummer's( sampiot lmt , ato.s il, . oSt. -
A bargain i) uen1s dress shit is and it-nH m lerwt n..
A bargain in Iadies uldeweir, fleece imId nd r .
EVERYTHING TI[AT IS USEFUL
In the house or on the farm is to go at a bargain.
J. F. HARRIS, Cash Merchant, a
Pickens, S. C.
V11. , \1 V V,
des M : : . :
Potffc Bo 0. - seile .C
Solid S~aier.: a: :~ :
~on (1ll1 Niceo Orletio ofgs in PainGol
H!.SIDE R, pa JEWcaEER.