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one of the I
geat 'deal o:
means a Sac
* building wi]
>4It is i
V..you come.C th
sale, the goc
be proiut fro ie ntyi-o ~itor tsows
and forty-three Iamb1hs l'romi twenty -lyve
ewesCI. On the othluual11, we knioWr of
aniotlher fairm hrel l~h'l :1 ltiy-lbree
p~ig:1 werei prioduilt fromi I went-i 8!x
sowsI andi this~11 inaked diift'rece wasi
diirctly' traceable to caire an td feed andiu
not to breed.
North anid Southx Dakota farmers are
gradually dl.acoverinig the imaportat
fact that through mutch 01' hothi sta tes
alfalfa canl be very suiccessfuilly gr*own,
a fact w~hiieh will add to thet produie
tive value of eachl nereC whereon it. enn
be grown not less than $i30, for whier
ever a lfailfa can he success 'ull y grotwni
it will p~roduice year after year a not
return which will easily pay 10 per
cent on a v'aluattion of $100 per acre.
Every Dakota farmer should try al
T1he use of the new harrow earts4
whiercon the diriver can ruile is comt
mendable. Following a fast walking
team aill daiy long, walkiug on t im
yielding soil, is a leg wearing busine~s 4.
We believe we have been as tirest
when night camne at this work as any
work we ever did unless it wa's on ai
forced march after the foe during the
wvar. Th'le time hais conme when a manu
Is no longer- laughed at for saving bioth
hisa legs andtt his arnms in the doiing of'
1h1s farm work.
We feel safe' i asserting that any
landt in1 1any state where alfalfa cani be
grownt successf'ully is worth easily $100
per acere, anmd weO care not whethier it
be located in the sand hills of Nebras
ka, on the prairies of Montana and Dam
kota or whiethier it be abandoned farms
* in New York or Virginia. Alfalfa
means mieait-beef, pork, mnut-ton andlt
wool, ilk and butter--and these meani
money. No man enn makec a misltaike
when he buys cheap land which will
* grow alfalfa, even though the soil may
sem to be poor aind the rainfall scant.
When clover hayv is worth as much
as $7 per toin It will payi anly man to
get cloth hay capls and1 eure his hay
in large cocks before stacking. Al
least one-half .the nutritive value oi
clover hay all through the )ouintry h
Swasted under the present wvastel'u
inethods of securing the crop. W
* must have clover to keel) up the fertil
* Ity of the soil, and we must have thi
hay to help balance up the stock n
tions. All that is needed is some metlh
od whereby 'the hay crop) can be cure<
and secured in proper shape and witi
out loss. The hay cap will (10 it, an<
do It right.
'The past winter was a v'ery hard on:
~' ; on the poor little quails. All throug
the north central section of the Unlte<
* States the snowdrifts were big an<
deep, and the weather bitter and in
tensely cold. As the drifts melited away
*, - ~- these birds would be found starve&
and frozen, whole coveys in a bunch
This Is to be greatly regretted, as nc(
* more useful or attractive, birds ar-e t(
~* ~ be found on the American continent
It It were not for these serious win
~A# I~ fer losses the quail would sooni become
one of the anost, common of our birds,
a It t*akea very kindly to the seinido
meaticated 'cotiditions of American
s Flour, cheaper than any where, aL
L REPRESENTING I
7 the 3rd our ilaglliicetll
iandsomest Ina the State, x
smoke and water damna
the stock is saved. Bit
rifice. The entire stock
I have to b) turned over
1EA TEST IAGI
Iseless for t S to attempt
e better. The stock is l
ds will move away rapidl
Make up your minic
The Kind You Have Alwvars lBoughit, and which has been.
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signatnre of
~..... and has been mado under his per-t
sonall suipervisioni since its infancy.
Alloaw nO one to deceive you in this.
AlU C ouniterfcits, hamitations~ and " Just-as-good" are buit
Experiments that trifle with andi( endantuger-the health of
Castorla is a harmnlessi substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops nd Soothxing Syrups. It is leasanit. I6
-containis neither Opilum, Morphine 110r other Nar'cotic
substance. Its age is; its guiarantee. It destroys WVormis
and allays FLeverishne4ss. 10 eure1Vs Diarrhloea andl Wind'
Colie. It relieves Teethim: T~'roubles, enres 'Jonstipation
and Flatulency. It assimtilates the Food, regulates the
Stomaach nd B.owels, givingj hen4tity and n iat'ural sleep.
Tihe Children's Paniacca-Thte Mother's Friend.
CENUINE CASTORI ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
The Kind'You ilavo Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Mit~ OEN~ekUI (A00.~ a ienfAb lb kE.. NEWyonn~ clyv
AND) = ILL =FliTTING =SHOES
A re High at any price. T[here is no
satisfaction or economy in) wearing them.
Come to us for your shoes. WVe will
sell you good ones will see that they
fivou. And if' they are not right will a
make them right... .. . ....
j ~GREENVILLE .S.C.
NOR TH OFM1
stock of Dry Goods ai
vas damaged by a disasti
ged a large portion of t
I the mere fact that it h
will be disposed of ill th
to the contractors for re
to (escriibe here goods 4
rge, but at the satrifice
I to start at once for Gi
in this bargain feast.
Cm WEIdi C
e, South Carolina.
6 Bli foerliedt UlOOlO
wVixhanI to ~ \'tfon i~ovt ho f of Ag t, nef of all
kinds of WVa'tern Me. Alo fre i fish every week;
Remember Meat is not all I sell. I sell a lot of things..
Tay not be the best in town to keep beef in, but it don't pay
>~ keep it, it pay s to sell it. Mine will keep it till I can -sell it.
I want to sell you some mollasses and anything you wvant.
'our raw hides, beces wax, tallow, chickens, and eggs, in fact
il kmnds of produce, and pay you cash for it.
THE 0OLD MEAT MARKET
I wih my former'i cuistomersi to knlowr that I am
STILL KEEP1NGI MILLINERY!
1 have moveg1 my goods in Mr. Snider's shop. I trim
andl sell new hats, and retrini old hats. I shall be pleas
ed to show you my new goods.
Mrs. Fannie Snider, Easley, S. C.
Franlin Typewriter !
It has the advantage of Simp)licity, Durability. Alignment,
peed, Tis:ble W'riting, Portability, Manifolding, Type-Clean
aand Ribbon-Changin.isr easily reaie, adisaTme
>aver. Without exceptli the handsomest '1ypewriter made,
cautifully nickeled and japanned--as much anm ornament as
n article of necessh y.
Machines and repairs. Newv and second hand machines
ndl typewriter supplies always oin hand, and repairing done
y experts at the Savannah office.
E3. E3. BUFIPUS, flanager,
Ger mania Banak Building, SAVANNAO, GA.
neca1 Agnen at Sentinel.Jamrna1 Office.
id Shoes, conceded to be
'ous fire. A portion was
he balance. However, a
as been through a fire
e next sixty days, as the
NS ARE HERE!
3r1 prices, and the sooner
prices it has been put on
A From Nov. 15, 1904, to Jan. i, 1905, I wish the trade4
to bear mn mind that at my store is the place to buy
(YOUR WINTER GOODS AND SAVE MONEY!I
~BargaIn Prices Are What I Mean
go at1000imens, womena, boys, girls and chiddi ens aboes, all kinds, to
,. A Lig Jot of met a overcoats at a bargain.
S A few miens and boya suite loft, to go at a b:.:gain.
A big lot of mnene pants to go at a haigain.
S A big k~t '.f men15swd b~oya bats and caps ait ai bargain. -
A let of driiummer's sample bants at 1e~es ihian cost.
I A banin in m uens dr ess shirts and menas uinderwentv.
~'A bargain in ladies n:.derwt-ar, fleece hmud and balbaiggan.
SEVERYTHING ThAT IS USEFUL
In the house or on the farm is to go at a bargain.
SJ. F. H ARRIS, Cash Merchant,~
il Pickens, S. C.
N. D. T A YLOR, Photographer,
-...THE VERY BEST PHOTOGRAPHS...
TJhe kind that are made at the bes studios of the larger cities.
The kind that will not fade. That are natural and lifelike,
and finished on the latest and prettiest cards to ho had.
...PICTUR ES EN LA RGED...
Nice line of mouldings and frames of any size made to order.
...,COME ON WEDNESDAY..;.
We are Loaded W prdn ieo
WITH eeg erhn h
S PRINGGOODS mres ofn h ih
ARE'PREPARED To w uceeadi ~
Oive The Best Values wilcm tosesw
Tha w 11v.Evr Uve wllroo vtte rihat pricsy
and save you money.
VEX have ever iyng that is ne0w or d( pttty in Pore deOn, Madrases,
Ginghuama, for earlty aprinog we r. Our wh~ito goods cannot o a nrpasse dh.
Naissooks, M~adrash, Piques, Laws, D)imrities, Swiss, Organdf.a , o to. I.
wool drose goods. We carry a complete hie o of all bla'sks anUi dood
goods at prices from the cheatpest up to two dlollars theo yard. We can't
go ancy higher. Men', women'sB an1( children's huose; plain anid finoy at
>rices to attt the tint, a ,,We make a apeoialty of a ladiesaundervest, the
U.at 10 cent se*ller on thme markiet, ulso the be at 25 cnt manm's ves~t.
Ribbons and Fainey Articles.-Wo are acknowlh dged leadera in these
goods, our stock is larger than ever. Shioes.-Well, wo doL't, have to
talk d-hoe mneh. People 'who have been bnying shoes of me for fif
t4een years still come and bring th ir friendu, f ir they knowv Irom exper- 4
ienco tha~t they gaet bolter shoes frm u. for les~s monoey, than any one
elso. Our atock is full amAd complete. Come to Grteenvitll and seve
money by trading with us.
A. K. Park, 'ei Greenville, S. C.