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S A U W VINFORMATION
Condnoted by the
Carolina Farmers' Educa
tIa and Co-operative Union.
WAh comnunications intended to this
ttiment should be addresised to.
bi11g, Pendleton S. U.
farmerr of t ta ewill
please take notice thithboonindt.
tee izt charge of the tdeau of In.
'formation does not asume or pre
tend to poso as iegrat iwad er
seat of knowledge, Wherany and
al knowledge pertaiuiig to fdrn'
ing intorest of the S.tate maybe
obtained directly fro ".the individl
ual members of our committee
alone; but we solicit AhOrt artiloles
rM practical farers for these
'doliirnns from every quarter of the
n the subject of how tc
'gofiatble crops' and how tc
n the prdfts of our firm cropi
ito the hands of the producers
And then, again, the Farmers
Union at the crossing wantR t(
hear from the Unions at the Forki
of the Creeks, and the Fatwood
Union wants to hoar how the Un
ions in the Red Hills are doing. I
fact, we want to know more abou
each other, and what is the bee
way to get at the things that ar
to the farmers' interest. W
know of no better way to get t<
gether and to learn from eac
othei than to maintain a Bureau <
Information to farmers in th
country newspapers throughon
When it is known to the farmer
of the State that all the commit
tee in charge of the Bureau of In
formation are practical and pro
gressive farmers from the fields,
and that we are in close touch with
onr State and Government Experi
ment Stations, it is apparent at
once that our Farmers' Bureau o1
Information has behind it for oui
support a sourse from< whieh --t
draw upon for its inforinatio) pp
subjects of practical an scientifi(
farming that is not excelled.
We now have in prophration foi
our Farmers' Union 4m umns re
ports from a series of co-operativ<
experiments on the gubjec,t o.
growing nitrogen in the soil anc
the "Aldrich System'' of rotating
crops by planting two rows o( ppt
ton and two rows of corp in. repp
lar alternation over ithe whol
field, and changing .t ese rowi
Our experiments are coryfucte,
by practical farmer~ on thei
farms-in co-operation with the ox
We expect to maintain profit
able prices for our prod jets by or,
ganization and loyal c6-operatior
among farmers. 1
With the birth of the Farmers
Union the farmers of 'tho South
have taken their rightfdl position,
Farmers, line up shoulder to
shoulder with your nei hbors, and
lay hold of the wheels o the Famrin.
ers' Union and push your interesi
Growing Eertitierui he SaiL..
If cotton1 is -king i e cowpea .i
queen of t ' e 8outi ti ir estis
ted that there is afloat over eac
acre of land in the air, sevepty-fiv
million of pounds of free nitroger
A good crop of cowpea is sa,4 t
store away in the soil upon its rool
-K as much nitrogen to etich acre s
there is confiaindin frmtwo ,I
Ktree thousand pounds of cotto
~ed jaeal, or other high arnmonia
IJ1?at a Godsend this wongerft
' ~*a is to'the Southern farme
~~ocoWpea t he Southern farmnE
~ ure 4t~p, for forage for hi
*ndfiue, rich grain foo
ap ~d his family too
Sn be uti
Vht oIlj etJ Ct~ M
m~e h ht ~inte iI* i~$WO3
ii : 0 1d1Md
a tt a l
when I~cor-k, do TO so~
th famer ohsh cohr av
f hr uer a muc moe anete
0 ri i ? 4he ouny
whoen fou-fifts dof to s'wole us I
th farm otesoft count Sbse upo e A
St frming interest t cotry, and
0% th famig intrs.Acmia
,t Lion of eveni one-half or much less~
e ot the wealth of the cotton farmer.
e of the South would snow Wall
- Street under s0oeep that she could
Ii never put her head Up) high enough
f again to say cotton. All the South
t needs is organization! She has a.
fgoo collateral and asmuci as is
needed to control her business.
The Oolenoy Graded school is
progressing nicely under the ex
cellen t management of Prof, Boddi
Miss Lizzie Sutherland of Rock,
visited Mises Irene and Irma
Misses May Jones, Oora and
Minnie idens and Miss Salli
e tansell of Knob, are attaending
thf Ooilenoy Graded school.
Prof. Boddiford and D)r. J. M.
Creushaw visited Mr. L. Roper
SMiss Tempie - -Keith,' an aged
lady is vry sick with ,lgrip. Her
sister,m llt. ,Rabecga y also in
.4. f. F, 4eGdridks is now
bpuilreing. .hiself a w d owe.lling
c which ma a nice one indPsd.
Mr. Calvin Neitr is builading
Mr. And Mrs. W.s. .aenddics
r ide an enjoyable Xisst to able
. Rock laist week..
The Qolnoy arme s are pre
paring for a large cotton crop.
Miss tgie.Maasengrle of Table
Mountain, gave her .friends 4 so
cial last Saiturday .pight. iMiss
Lizzegnows how to entertaid her
frigijda and give them ain enje able
time. School G 1x.
Keppel'n 1kec1p6 For IHealth.
M~4eetixig mne' in ni' bitter t at wini one
day in Piccadilly on his way to e urch,
tReppe asked how Mr. Gladstone1 was.
I told him be was Yery~ill "Ah," he
said, "he is ~overnursed. If heo would
do as I do, elimb up eighty steps, have
'a'1Ibihath 4frday and 'fe4j WVITh
a his windowalag's .open, b'e wodid.fvr
.ew'*bo ill."-Meinoirlbot 51r Hlenry liep,
e oot It It Aditn.
Mr. Brakes-Who is that sour looking
dames over thoro? Mr. Grubbina-Sir,
p ,she ha Idhe inisfortune to be. my wltp.
s Mr. Blrakes , Oh --ah -e:-iidee~d si,
'the misfortune. is--er---all jour, 'm
a sureJ-clevlanod Leadei.
She (philosophicai e'ihd
is easy to die? H~e oninmonplacob-.
Well. a lot of very stupI4 people have
mod tode i.
tDMssufttes strengthenu the. mdnd as
r -labor doe. the body----Bnwe.
W. R. DALTON,
fe als paLplttl- nm fsap
g~~~~~IO0% alibust,.cuig ayo h
ousands of testimonial letters received
:>m sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
Co., Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and
enition this paper.
Don't mnake any mistake, but remember
5 namne, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's
vamnp-Root, and the address. Binghamton,
Y., on every bottle.
b. childrent eafe, our** .Rio optateo
A Sure Ca
GaUs, BauMI Gontranated,. Musm
Froted Poet, rns aid, st.
AN ANTISEP, that st<
maton, and drives out i.
PENETRtATES the Pere
promotes a free eireul o of
Rot'MI Spin Ar..fr e
mor rlie fem.4a
an ay meicin or.any
2nlse in osolc t
ml - - OL:AN E\
~, ls pmphettel- uosn ofSerp.~
g llabuti, ncud- manyof thye
oads otetmnalters recive
. B ihmoNG, . ., bae urea ds
Dont.a---an mi-take, trmmber
DR name . EwampRoot Dr.,me
Y. n Pvernp1ottle\ra 1
20 ArSurie Tr
itin she, otMraot.Mu
aniont o.t Buran, B1sd;,etc
so smAN ANt ofKPF thanat0ota
mon.h arddines ou in
eral wee 9 At d In
I lIsn New York
ID h oinly -cure
n o in' egan tq use it
weighed 340 poundsi. Now weigh ig
pounds, my norna wei t.
"' R. UGHES." 4
or",e O S Bunions, rnk,'
des, Lame Back, $ ff JointsFl'
oo Aa e ~d
>pon Irittin ubue ifl
koe 1 he 1%brous Tiesues,
he est gagit the nly Cure &estof
i eou. -Vio .ga oue
lee La . Be - rU Jo.- - - -l'o
t~ M~I~* h b. Cof
9.9 *9 i '.1 a ctel
500 A~ $AoO
Liuto .~~Q j
otD alies;- eshlae.
se e ~a4 Yee (.4~
a e oma1at
*4, ands~ wc o esagaat
tor..se e o PJ,~~
e ..Dr| At i
ar Mietta, D~ Soy
velere Rest, he..a
* $ .. eneral debili
en oghatt , e he atompo
~LfIgs,.?~ .- ol cures ir
~4'*I.,: . * **~9. ty re~ipresen6
~ ~ lion sa they
i08~ e i i i. altphl ren tu
.~ 9.,- cures al$ stot
( a- the inucouspa
9. s ..
the disease, sweeps
0 up al Ithe plague
s of cases after all
had failed. Austin
mdicines and hun
at last he was cured
Qide. 0. Dietrich, of
it has "made him a neW
r street, Baltimore, says
pins, and made her "feel
Woman." Your druggist, sells
AFTER ALL OTHERS
bottle and booklet free If you send I
hemic Co pany, Proprietors,
TO G. WELLTO
)ITOR: Please .sa tptureaders and my friends that I an
3pleten fReliaje goods. which I have for their.i nspectiot
at -the prices which .I am quoting I considrir the goods are F
.1 of "anythinvk diidaeiarything,' and am selling at a close
OU NEED RENAVY WINTER 81OES, We have them;
I HEAVY KNIT SIIIRTS; also, a good line of OVERSHOR
n noW uhtil Chribtmias. weinvite the ladies to call and we w
)oDS, DRESS GOODS, NOTIONS etc..
I make the same offer as the above to the men folks on Clot
ies, ,ets "Fu rnishing, etc-. The nioest line of these go<
ir, isalt and. barbed wire by the car'load Logo at prices that d
)mplete line of the good kind of Pfrniture and nice matting,
stoves and .Chatlanooga Plows--two very necessary things in
their kind on the market. Chinaware, Glassware, Agatow
A line of Undertakers' goods and a nice Hearse.
r'pationage solicited and you Will' be treated right,
.-AlI persons. owing the estate of *W. T. Mclall will please
REGISTERED for BI
Fewer acres, lighter labor
combination secured with Fa
fertilizer proved perfect by twe
crops from Southern soil. Farme
balanqed food for every stage of plar
timne till -harvesting, and is suited to a
rom cottgn to corn, wheat to small truck,
M~adie wit!, F="i
* ~Fi sera''is used in every ton of Farmerst Bone,
* under all crop conditions and making it 'famous a;
for the Royrster trade mark.4
-? HERE'S THE SALES RI
THINK OF THE CROP RI
1890-1,500 TON S
* Fs s ROYSTER GUANU
rah ulckest anc
Ma 1a , e igin, nervous., SAVANNAH,
* datgtijaton, brbeath, AKO
iae ~fI .ue to indi n.A
8S~T1~ nw sco0v9
jue of 'lIge.
~tv in' ea$ afomtoh, VI
~tO1IyO~01udI% 13 p. m.
hefe ft tdlab, Oozf gt54 Arrive at Jackso
mean~l. ami rA IJituh'mlman Service betw
~u 2'~k4d~eor.netijons made at Jac1
~nd I~rI Wluter Tourist Excursion 'I
t. - aION, Agent,
IVe GontS Sciatica,
La Ori ppe.
DAY Cont lous
L tLI All Blood
"still at the Old' Stand," with a
and sale at very close figures. In
aro Bargains. Tell theni that i
also, SUITS, PANTS, UNDER
ill make them close prices on
iing, Shoes, Hate, Underclothing,
>dq we have ver carried.
carpeting and rogs. Agent let
every well regulated tamily anL
re, Tinware and other ware that
3omne forward and make aettlemnel t
larger yields-a happy
LRMERS' BONE, the'
nty-one years. of great
~rs' Bone is richest in
Lt growth from planting
great diversity of crops,
3 a crop saver. Look
C. Tarboro, N. 0.
I Best Route
nd all Points
ERN CAROLINA Railway
Ar. Savannah ~2:50 a. m.
A r. Wayeroas 6:05 a. m,
nvilo8:40 a. m.
eon Augusta and Jacksonville,
roonville for all points South,
icke Now On Sale to Florida Resorta,
OEO. T1. BRiYAN, Gen'l Agt.
e, 8. O.
eoncral Passenger Agent,
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