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Thnwtituve
that 0os :0ot z: A)
or nauseate.
Pleasant to talle. - a
REEN PEAS 'he treated
with a fertilizer containing a
high percentage of POTASH, in order
to get the healthiest, fullest pods.
"Truck Farming" and "Plant Food"
are two practical books for the farmer,
which we mail free of any cost or ob
ligation to those who write for them.
They contain valuable facts about
truckugardening as a profitable business.
Address. GBRMANKALI WORKS.
- New York-93 Nassau Street. or Atlanta. Ga.--22% So. Broad Street.
* 0
I have a good line of
CL OC KS
Among them are the recommendablo old stylo Seth Thomas
Clocks with weights, which I am Melling at special bargtins.
Aid a new line of SILVERWARE. A I) 811(1 Goi and
Silver WAT1OIIES. A nico him of Syetaclos; J gualr niro
glassos to fit eyes. All kinds of Iepair work in th jw -Iy hue.
HI.SNIDER, - - EIsley, S. (.
O
THE "D0GING. PERIOD"
of a w.man's fe, is the name often given to the "change
of life." Your menses come at longer intervals, and grow
scantier until they stop. Some women stop suddenly. The '
entire change lasts three or four years, and is the cause of
much pain and discomfort, which can, however be cured,
by taking
WINE
OF RCARDU
Woman.'s Refuge In Distress.
It quickly relieves the pain, nervousness, irritability
miserableness, forgetfulness, fainting, dizziness, hot aa~
cold flashes, weakiness, tired feeling, etc. Cardul will
bringyo safelv through this ''dodging period,'' and
bui upyou srength for the rest of your life. Try i.
At all druggists, in $x.oo bottles. ________L
WRITE US A L.ETTER "EVERYTHING BUT DEATH
frccly and fran in trictest confi I aufd cd," writes Virginiza Ili-on,
de, tellig ai an you 11y npton of Easton, Md., "until I took Cardiul,
a tro ble s V il r e nd frc ai c whic lo m reso< qickly isurp~ri.e{
Dep., heChatanog *odiciae o., taking it. I wvish I had known of
Chatanooa, Txin.Cardul earlier in life.' -
J. OARTE~R, 1'res V f IA'A.VCirA f C. sHEJILNY Cuser.
LIBERTY BANK
LIBERTY, S. C.
CAPITAL, - - $25,000.0')
PROF'IS, - - 5,474.48
DEPOSITS - - 53,254.00
1)1RECTORS
F. B. MORGAN, Wv. Tr. O'l)E.L, j. CAR-TgR, J. i ilkwI.C
W-. I- ChAPMAN, Z. T. CASTI.iBERRY, Pres. First National Bahk,
Gainesvilld, Ga,, J. N. MORGAN, Pres. Bank of Central,
J. P. SMITH, Pres. Liberty Cotton Mill.
*Safe and Sure
EA S H-UNS
norsd bZ eading.physicians as the BEST remedy for
ChIset sCroup and Whooping Cou gh~be6se -
ooitans NO -OPIATES. The action of Ball id's rs1-. -
hound Synupis mild and benign, it is adapt ed to infants, aa well --
aeadulteof every variety of temporaiment and constitutid~
ead Thik Remarkable Testimonia.A
as sick for three months .j4te doctor tod me he had qulokocon...
pto.We oored tt8of Ballard's Horehound Syrup and
$ hi4m. . is a~woll man, but we always keep a be~I
thai pJ~a6 #6' equal fori ptlhvonary diseass."
~ TLOUIS. ?70;
~< 4~IPO Q M5NORO MY
PU M'_
Stomach and Uvit
trouble and
Chronic Constiption
th, Easley.
FAILED.
All efforts havO failed to find a better
.emedy for couglis, colds and lng
troubles than Foley's Honey and Tar.
It stops theo cough, heals the hings and
prevrets serious results from a cold.
J N. Pit-tersonl, N4ashuaf, Iown, writen:
"Last wit4'r I hadl a bad cold on my
lung4 nid trie.d at least half it' dozen
advtitised caugh medcines ani had
tre:.tmnut from two phymioiana without
ett-i'g iuy len- flh. A friend recom
-Ini(nded Foley's Honey a d Tar aid two
ti.irds of it. hottle cured me, I conside
it the greatest cough and Ivug medicine
in the wor!d."
Pikntiu Drug do. R. F. Smith, Easley.
Notice to Pensioners
I will bo in) the court hoise ev-ry
hsy III J1naryt. 1906, for th1#1 purl)pose
of mIkirg out epplicalitn for old
soldiers and waiows that are not
now getinig pniisions and wvish to up
ply for penislon.
All now draWing will conltinuo to
rceQC~v Ie thir pensions wiLhout filr
.he 1111lppliention.
Jani 3, 1906 J. B. Nowbory.
PnonCommlissioner.
Fario'us FiIghtig.
"Forseven yearsi," Writos Geo. W.
lfoffm:nu, 1f Iarper,'. Was., "I had a
itter- ittle, with chronic stomach and
liver troublo, but at last I won, and
4nrod my divo..sea, by the use of
FElootric Bitters. I nuheeitutingly reo
'>mm1ond them to ill, and don't:intend
it the fituro to bo without them in the
house. They ,ro cetainly a wonderful
memimcje, to havo cured such a bad case
its mine." Sold, uider guarantle to do
'iIIme for you, by Piekens Dru!g Co.;
tb0u. a bo.ttle. Try them today.
AUDITORI
For raking Ret
I will commence t
year 1906 on Janu
taking returns until
after which time a p
will be entere( agai
01eC, black or white,
noc make the rounds
is the year for return
and I cannot safely
having dulplicate fron
ref(eence in man~fy
musit he signeut ! by pai
becford Ma'tgistrate or
will unot be accepted
thie penalty will be a
iddIition to the Capit;
E FOSTEI
We Never Disappoi
We Fulfill Every Promise and U
WE CR **"ttu' *i''-' the --l
cured never to return, dtbent mefrouy
Vigor Positive.Iy
taet striale of
- .. - ' andrlicensd physnle
ti n'i:uIon is*o
* b. ac ta ofa en ent~
NY l S R ERE219 CHOeeg |In h
N. K. KIN G.e.eD. XCroet sa
" CO~ ULTA'r ON,1neX MnoATwn
Scrstfained ane
on Pupkint W road.y n10 p
Watson oldrhoma.e$15oper ac
op yal ract of ane. o 5 acre t
o aeas oevrleiprebl Iloto
alon te'c oardin-$ou0 ech.li
C) are Grfeln vil
A2
THE4
I
and "I
-threate
feeling
RE
Bobbitt C1
Dear Si
ohtit th
fourbottit
since. I ti
under two
suilt, until
say. It has
medicine
Everybod
Samo resul
S NOTICE
arns Year 1906!
iking Returns for ths carry
try 1st and continue .E
February 20th 1906,
nalty of 50 prr' cent. "1l DI
nst each and every tTrtiln
friend or foe. I will
is here totbre, as 1906- tho"
ing all Real Estate weard
list all realty unless
ri Auditor's oflice for
cases. All returns aner
'ty making his rctuLIn ~
Notar'y .Public or it1
by the Auditor and41
dded. All (logs will
>ersonal pro)perty inl
uioni tax of 50 cents
r'selves accordingly.
? KEIT H.
Auditor.
'ot Our PatientS.
~vor ld Out Falso If opes,
eor isougle and VaricoceJo w IlhouC
usinesm; ContatIousa Bloori Polasnn
r miner'al mixture; I.an of IAtanig
ured; .. at~anulant but peormanenS.
ial Co au Ltuua o rganized nder the
saeases. Dr. (N. a an. hefunro of * .
dia nr o ehronio dlsce is unsurpa'
pped with a. Lhe ~a vant., faradie battee
ethomedical p.tgeai Oursaatnt urmi
att ndn a. restilary qualifie gradustot
ns being in Charge.
. s orunaak < for litetaturre ar oant -ti
as specfided timae.
and ltaddor troubies1 Rheumatism,
ad aignant trouble s,4atsa of ir
and I ungs. Disases. of Ifye and Er,
adsch weaknogses of w ment
nprom blanks for born treatmenp
)N AND) ADVICE~ FP E ummmg
~~ Atlant Ga
Ur M~variett a, S.6., CA~
r acro. assists
Colds fro
elers iRest, Svstem
gentlynmi;
nlintgbanit. irt, of the Butler the bow':
for croup
* whooping
Lear 11 y limits. -These It are pax
N &SNS"Ht
'asp
e, S5 --0
* ~ .'*..' Sold,*
)NLY REMEDY THAT 4
iEUMATISM TO STAY
CURED.
thl
after a.
sweeps all the
lakes Ycu Well All Over." Those pains arqd
ns tie enth- system. Headaches, Pains, Bad
Indicate that you need
A OVES THE CAUS
Qmiicy Mao s July18,1905. Cured 00-yea
lemlcal Co, .atiniorc. ?&I had ufaered 201
9:I w Is laid iu hast November with Methodist minist
in in: feet and ankles, bat aftr tikin more. after John
s of R heumnacRle I have not been bothereci Wilkes of Dillon.
led every old kind of liniment and was were crawn up a
dotors, and all I tried had the same re- at once. Sample
[got Rlheumacide. Now, I anl pleased to
not ben r necessnry for e bo take a
for alRheumaitisin since February Ia" 3 BBT
th t I recommended it to has had the
t. Yours verytruly.
P. RANAGAN. Manager,
)uiucy Industrial Co-overative Society T
AT TIE 01
I. EDITOR : Please Pay to your readers and my f
Complete liine of Reliable goods which I have for
fact, at the prices which I ai quoting I c)nsidet
little of "anyt-hing and everything," and am sol
IF YOU NERD HEAVY WINTER SHOES, W4
R and HEAVY KNIT SHIRTS; also, a good line
From now until Christmas we invite the ladies t(
.Y GOODS. DRESS GOODS, NOTIONS, etc.
Will make the same offer as the al)ove to the me
8, Valises, Gents' Furnishings, etc. The nicest
Flour, salt and barbed wire, by tho car load to go
A complete line of the good kind of furniture an;
'ing stoves and Chat'anooga Plows-two very nece
t of their kind on tho market. Chinaware, Glas
well.
A full line of Undertakers' goods and a nice Hear
Your patrornage solicited and you will be treated
P. S.--All persons Owing the estate of W. T.X Mci
Bigger
A given number of acres fertiliz
- greater yield of cotton, than the sa
Farmers' Bone does more than th~
the acreage and increase the yie]
who uges
Made, W
has twenty-orie years of fertilizer
- 13,000 'carloads of Royster fertilize:
SThis volume of business stamps Fa
LOOK. AT OUR TW N
18-25
- 189O-I,60
-- 1895-12,Oi
1900-58,4
1905-130,
*olok .a. F.S R Y T
ORIGINALQuke
VE COUGH SYRUP To
Coughs and- ,h e
ni expelling Bo*nad h SL\V
nthe, Honey e
1S
n -
ough. a CHAR LESTON
afsteeda .Lv. ,Oreenville
- - Lyv. Auguata
I Y LAXA TIVE ThronghlPullm:
Round Trip Winter Tour
k"N * A *3 . W. LIGON, A
er CO ON AO o ~a 6 A. RUNE >T
my Pickenw Drug Co
:URES 1
RUBBING
DON'T CURE.
Rheumatism is an interWI dis
ease and requires an internal reinedy.
RHEUMACIDE "Uets at the Joints from
Inside," and that is the reason it Cures
other remedies have failed.. Rheutnacide
poisonous germs and acids out of the blood
inger signals, warning you of a disease that
Taste In the Mouth, that "No-Account"
E OF THE PAIN.
--old Mrs. Mary Weborn. of High Point, N. C., after she
,cars. C~ured Rev. J. It. Wheeler, To Years old. a leading
ir. of Reisterstown, Md. Cured John F. Eline, of Haiti
Hopw!ns Hospital had eOmPletelY failed. Cured James
sC. after he had been In bed three Years and his legs
natIsi bak.Bettor get a bottle from your Drugist
ottle and boklet FREE If You send 5 cent sforpostage.
CHEMICAL CO., Proprietors, BALTIMORE.
's Danger in Delay.
r siAND.
iends that I anm '"still at the Old Stand," with a
their inspection and sale at very close figures. In
theo goodis are Rare Barg-tiis. Toil thomn that I
ling at a close profit.
) have them; also, SUITS, PANTS,UJ NDER
of OVERSHOES.
Scall and we will make 'thoim close prices on
n folks on Clothing, Slioes, Ha11t, Undorclothing,
Ilne of these goods we Lave cver carried.
at prices that defy compotition.
nice matting, carpeting' and . rugs. Agont I.'
ssary things it, every W0l1 regulated tamily au 1
sware, Agatoware, Tinware and other ware that
se. RA r
rih. Guy MoFall
all will please come forwaldl and make settlement
d with Farmers' Bone produce a
nie acreage with ordinary fertilizer.
t. It makes it possible to reduce
d. Try it this year. The man
ith Fish
experience beck of him. Over
s were used% 9n the crops of '1905.
rmers' Bone the best.
T YEARS' REQORD
o TONS
30 TONSd1
55 TONS
91 TONS
S Tarboro, N. O.
GUANOs -uMacon, On.
atnd Best Route
\NNAH,
JACKSON VII L.E,
Anid all Points
VIA InFLORIDA
& WESTERN CAROL l1MA Railwa
12dI4 p. mn." Ar. 5 &valnah 2:2O
10:20 p. mn. A r. Wayer. sa e,0a n
rrive at Jacksonville&:40 a. ni:01a.m
n ServicN betwcon Auigusta andi 1Jacks onavii eo
a mnaderat Jconi'Iar aU pointe South,
at Excursion Tink.'ta Now~ on Sa1'Q t> FJlrida Resorle
et, - ORO. T .. N , (-'IA
G reenville, 8. c
eneral)hl P~assengerAgIJI

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