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that doe pot gri
]Pleasant to tax*.
with a fertil
high percentage of
to get the healthies
are two practical bc
which we mail free
ligation to those w
They contain val
truck-gardening as C
Nrew York-03 Wassan Btreet, or
FARMERS' UNION BU
REAU OF INFORMATION.
-Conducted by the
south Carolina rarmera' Eduoa
tional and Co-operative Union.
11 communiati intended for this
iepartment should be addresHed to J. 0.
utrting, Aceagand. Co
Cutting Acreage and Holding Cotton
Cutting acreage and holding cot~
ton reminds me. of Something else,
Do you kpow of any farmer ir
South Carolina that is holding r
fine beef steer, pig, or a fine pair o
mules, or a good pair of coqc1
horses, a ton of hay, or a bushel 01
grain, or a lot of good fat hens ind
fying chickens, a lot of fresh oggs
and butter, that is now waiting on
some live stock, or grain and hay
association, or dairymen's associa.
tion, or hen society to moot and
pass resolutions to hold these South
Jarolina farm products for profit
able prices? No! None of those
kind of farmers are waiting for
profitable prices for these products,
but on the other hand buyers art
going all over the country lookinf
for these farm products and an
paying fine prices. The producer
of this kind of South Carolna frou
producted are not holding and hunt
ing for buyers but the opposit
condition is here. The buyers ar
on the hunts all tho while for thi
stuff, and this is no now conditio
of things in South Carolina. [s
not strange that all animals, evel
gluttionous beasts, learn to kno3
when they get enough of a thing
But some how or other, some c
our, silly all-cotton farmers seer
never to know when they have g<
enough cotton. The more homn
supplies one has about him thi
easier it is to hold cotton. Yo
cannot starve a cook ony mor
'4han you can starve out a farmie
that raises all those home supplies
This kind of South Carolin
farmer can hold on to his cotto
unt il his clothes are worn into hok
and the tax man comes.
Southern Cotton Association:
What it Stands For?
1st It stands for home independ
ance. That every farmer try t<
make his farm self sustaining, di
versity of crops, not the one crol
idea, all cotton .
On the table whero I am writing,
there lays a card, with the p~ost
mark of New York City on it
which in large letters reads, "More
Money in a 10,000,000 Bale Crop,
Than in a 14,000,000 Bale Crop.'"
Yes there is more money a 10,000
"About a year ago,"
1123 Broadway, Augusta, Gs
headaches and backaches, an<
I.J~ndaeycmecdi~anwwmn nalsick women, for I knos
~bem as It did me."
Cardut is a pure, miedicli
r ~ ve~table herbs, which relies
j s, regulates female fur
bo e Ip, feinale organs t
Prper ste "of health. Try
ev rygglgt sells
Drug Compaiv and flr. I. F. Smi
should be treated
izer containing 'a
POTASH, in order
t, fullest pods.
' and "Plant Food"
oks for the farmer,
of any cost or ob
ho write for them.
uable facts about
Atlanta. Ga.-29% 00. Broad Stroot.
000 bale crop than in a I5,000,000
Raiso corealh and fruits for com
fort Raiso cott m for profit.
What a lesson for the Cotton
Growers of tho Sunny South. Arc
we people of the cotto)n growing
atatos so atllicted with tho co ton
inania that we will throw away ol(
third of the labor bestowod on the
crop, and run our farms down poo
just to got to grow cotton, surcly
n1ot, experience teC es a doa]
school, which we havo loarned fif.
leen years ago, when wo sold cot
ton at 4 iind 5 cents por pound.
The cotton growing sitates has
"llonainza" in the growing of 1,h
lleocy staplo, if they, the grower
of the staple, could find out jius
iow to use it to the best advant-nge
I believe that the Farmers' C(o
o*perative Union and (ho Sontheri
Cotton Association are working ii
the right direction, but they as ye
have not got the general, heart,
co-operation of the cotton growere
Will they got wore out and giv
up the fight, or will tho growers o
cotton fall in line with them anm
work out the problem.
J. T. L'-ewis
Lickleat lan in Ark mamn.
"i'm the luckiest man in Arknsras,
n writes H- La. Stanley of lBrnn.', "s.'im
theC rostoration of my wifo'.i health aft
fivo years of continuona coughing nu
S bleeding from the lungs; anid I owe in
.good fortune to the world'N greatest mei
icino, Dr. King's New Discovery in
tConsumption, which I know from CxpI
rience0 will OurIo conump~f1tion if taken
time. My wife commenced to impro'
with first bottle and twor ve bet tiLes c01
? pleted the oure." ures the wor
Scoughs and colds or' money refunde
At 1ickena Drug Co. 50e ar-id $1, sar
n ple frno.
Piakes Kidnyva and Bladder Right
For hard colds, bronchitis,
Sasthma, and coughs ok all
kinds, you cannot take any
thing better than Ayer 's
Peet or al
Cherry Pectoral. Ask youf
own doctor if this is not so.
He uses It. He tinderstan~ds
wvhy It soothes and heals.
I had a (orrbie noo b for wooks. ' hon,
bo te. . antp t)el en s S.t. Josoph, filhl.
26... h0e.. 11.00. J. 0. A YI unco.,
.rw 'iota-.. for ..mi .m
You will haston recovery by tak
Ing one of Ayor's Pills at bedtime
writes Mes. Mattie Aller, of
., "I suffered with blind sick
could get nuo relief until I tried
ng Pemale Tonic
o improve, and now t feel.
ish to recommend it to
v that It will cure
iai extract of WRlITE
'es female UsI
ctions, FR~% ELg~o
si llst lefemgg
,d ac ui t .Cr usct ?oay rli sat completa
Storpach and Liver
The Cause of Many
i'her6 is a disease prevailing in this
country most dangerous because so decep
. tive. Many sudden
deaths are caused by
t - heart disease,
failure or apoplcxy
are often the rcult
of kidncy discasc. if
kidney trouble is al
- ~ lowed to advance the
kidnoy- poiso nod.
blood will attack th3
. vital organs or the
.idneysi thmseves break down and waste
.r-ray call by coll.
l!addcr troubles most always result from
a doraiomont of the kidncys and a cure is
obtained quickest by a proper treatmcnt cf
the kidncys. If you are feeling badly you
can make no mistake by taking Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and
It corrects inability to hold urine and scald
Vig pain in passing it, and overcomes that
uipleanant nccessity of being compelled tc
go often during the day, and to get up many
imc-; durinsg the night. The mild and the
nxtraordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soo:
rcalized. It stands the highest for its won
derful cures of the most distressing cases.
Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and sol
t all druggi;ts in fifty-cent and one-dolla
s:ed botlics. You may
lve a sarnple bottle of all
this wonde:rful new dis- L u
< -very a:nd a book that G o a
1 ,!s all about it, both Itomoot waUp-noot.
::-!nt free by mall. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co.
i nghanton, N. Y. When writing mentioi
rnacling this generous offer In this paper.
Don't make any mistake, but remember
tie name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer'r
Svamp-Root. and thu address, Binghamton,
N. Y., on every bottle.
for childrens safe esureo. No oplatee
URES COUGHS, COLDS,
WHOOPING COUGH SO
LOSS OF VOICE, LO6SE1
d ndorsed by leading physici
3 Chtidren'S Croup and
j i contains NO OPIATES.
hound Syrup Is mild and benIg
as adults of every variety of
: Read This Remai
Rt MRS. B. W. EVANS, Clearu
3was sick for three months anidth
B umption. We procured a bottli
It cured him. H e is now a wel
In the house, and think It has1
Easy to Ta1e; Sure to Cur
BALLARD'S SNOW LINIM
SOLD AND RE
We Never Disapp
We Fulfill Every Promise and
WE GURE Stoar wthutth
enrod never to return,wthumee
byaWSa of emlta
tariods anid en1
by an cos ph
Y BST YEEN lseCHRw I Ds o
pu oensar y
N. . KIN, M D. Ohontano Din
er y u. rdern urn ev
====== CON(LTA rain, EX ~ AMN
70 creooflInd ph
on Pumpkot w e od emp10
12 ,are n aroTaon
joiin ladsof r.Ths. Ctto
Waso olthm o $10.0 per ao
Ah sml rcso an2 to5 at
We hve lsosom veydsrabl 16 E
lngtNoarl ne$6 Terah.
THAYIOPHSCKS UnTurlI e
Ee $ '
RHEUMACIDE has cured thou
had failed. Rheumacide cured Jo
Johns Hopkins Hospital the greates
of Salem, Va., and D. I. Olmstead,
remedies and the doctorb had given
Almost a Miracle In This Case. of r]
D11llon, S. Q.. Aug. I& Hug
Bobbitt Chemical Compa n, .A
Gentlemen :-In 3 ~Mib r. 1899. 1 took rheu- h
matism In a very baa form (inflammatory). ins cal i
month after the disease tarted Ihad to give up of tt
my work and go to bed It continued to ergw
~worse until my arms and hands were ba ly MOB
rawn, so much so that I could i rt use them
y1. leg ve dawn ack till my feel touchqid
my hIps Irwas as he pless as a baby or nearly
1 months. Tie muscles of my arms and legs
weehrind shriveled tip. I suffered death
many times over. Was treated by six different
phlysicians in McColl. Dillon and Marion. but
none of them could do mne any good, until Dr. J.
P. Ewing. of Dillon came to see me. He tod
e otr your R '4EUMACIDE. Fle Lot me one
og of eomi tn e an began to take it.
and efore the irst ottie was used up I began
t( vet better. I used 5%~ bottles and was com
eqath has been excellent ever since. Havo
~ad no symptoms of rheumatism. Will say S
rther that ibegan to walk in about six days
aiter I began to take RHEUMACIDE with the cur
ot crutches in about th ce months after I
egari to take it I could walk as good as any- Samj
ody, and went back to work a ai.
Yours truly. JAMAES WILKE&
d Sure. R
carry a little
WEAR and E
all DRY GOO
Iron King at(
the best of tt
CONSUMPTION B CHITIS, wears well.
RE THROAT I0A S SA full
MS THE PHLEGN AND EASF4 Ayfull
F HE LUNGS. Yourj
ans as the BEST remedy fbr P. S.
Whooping Cough because as early as po
The action of Ballard's Hore-. _____
it is adapted to infants, as well """""""""
temperament and constitution. -
rater, Kas., writes--"My husband
a dootors told me he had quick con.
a of Ballard's Horehound yrupan
I man, but we always keep a bottlg
so equal for pulmonary diseases.
e; Every Bottle Guaranteed.
a 35.. 50. 00.O
ENT CO., - ST. LOUIS, MO.
oli Our Patients,
Never Hold Out False Hopes.
s mmes (on aglone 3 lood Polent
ry or mninera 1axlu'. oe as Manl
Medil Co. is n lnestutton organied unde ti
I. the ot msDuitt r specialst, betng assisted
tbo tratet of chrunt diseases is unsurpae
eqipped lri tm alvai, faradic battes.
Wa to the medical ~resston. Our sanitarlumi
etent attenda ts. regularl qualifiled graduate
).. D o unasked f r limerature areen sout
~th ineols i nc lde) aud we gito he assur
*nrvis n s e f ccoesfulyatreat and Derm
IS A S~.enl curai chot dseae
trocel. Drains. Losses, etc. and alPrivate
uses o Woen, such as Displacements
lu if you are sick or ailoted. On request wr
g symptom blanks for home treatment.
Tl0N AND) ADVIoB FRIER e....
7 ails.,.. C Atlj~at,
3ar Marietta, S. C.,
'unningham. Part of the Butler A
~res- . fOR EVER
a near city limits. These lots are
Z3N & SON IBEC~
THE DOCTORS I
sandof cases of Rheumatism after al
hn F. Eline and others of Baltimore
t hospital In the world, had failed. R1
the Norfolk Va., contractor, after the]
up hope. Rtheuwaacide cured Mrs. Mi
ieumatism she had endured for 20
hes, of Atkins, Va., after the most fam
re is a reason why.t cures: Rheumaci
,cience, and while powerful enough to
is blood, it operates by purely natur
t delicate stomach, and builds up the
PVEEPS ALL POISONS OUT C
A purely vegetable remedy that goes right to
by removing the cause. Your druggist sells and
)Is bottle and booklet free if you send fie cents I
- BOBBITT CHEMICAL COMPANY. Pror.ric
LT THE OLI
'OR: Please say to your readers and my friends
ete line of Reliable goods which I have for their
t the prices which I am quoting I consider the g
of "anything and everything," and am selling a
U NEED HEAVY WINTER SIIOES, We hav
[EAVY KNIT SHIRTS; also, a good lite of OX
iow until Christmas we invite the ladies to call i
DS, DRESS GOODS, NOTIONS, etc.
Lake the same offer as the above to the men folki
s8s, Gents' Furnishings, etc. The nicest line oi
salt and barbed wire by the car load to go at pri
plete line of the good kind of furniture and nice
yes and Chattanooga Plows-two very necessary
eir kind on the market. dhinaware, Glassware
line of Undertakers' goods and a nice Hearse.
>atrooage solicited and you will be treated right
-All persons owing the estate of W. T. McFall w
A given number of acres fertilized w
greater yield of cotton, than the same a
Farmers' Bone does more than that.
the acreage and increase the yield.
has twenty--one years of fertilizer exp
13,000 carloads of Royster fertilizers w
This volume of business stamps Farme
LOOK AT OUR TWENTY Yl
cfr 1890-1,500 T(
*2".0 F. Se ROYSTER I
JM AND HEAWY
(0ONG4 MA CI1U
O IDOF~~ HARL.ESTON &'i
I N BIin. Greenille 12:
~ FO M'DRV Li.Augeti Arriv<
0P S~ittvidit Through Pullman 8
tOSIA853O lose connections mi
int R~e~IANY ound Trip Winter Tourist I
y. W. LIGON, Agent
I the doctors and all other mans
, after the famous specialists of
iseumacide cured Austin Percelle,
( had spent lar e sums on other
kry Welborn, oFHigh Point N. C.,
years. Rheumacide cureg W. R.
ous New York specialists failed.
:le Is the latest discovery of mnedi.
sweep all germs aiod poisons outt
-al methods, does not injure th3
)F T~E 0- OOD.Constipation,
Lhe ort f th disllseand Kidney Trouble.
recomend Rhernacde.La Oriprc.
or pstag toAll Bice d
stors, Baltimore. Dsae
th t I ao "Still at the ld Stand," with
ins,-etion and sale at very close figures. In
oods aro Rare Bargains. Toll them at I
t a close profit.
3e ithem; lo, SUITS, PANTS, UNDER
nd we will make them close prices op
ai Clot.hing, Shoes, Hats, Underclothing,
these goods we Lave ever carried.4
ces that defy competition
matting, carpeting and rugs. Agent lot
things in overy w6ll regulated family an
Agateware, Tinware and other ware that
r . oG uy M c Fall Id
thtI sill pescoefrard thnOd Stakd, setme a
th arersof prdu.
crae will rdnatrn etlozeric o
Itmes itd possible toe red.
Tr tthi s er -h Teuae mil
Agtience, koin m.r adotherwaett
lreplused conte forard ofd mae905. ee
ft mrs' Bone producet.
|Uc back of. him.'Over
rs Bon h estRut
And all Points
VIA In FLORIDA
NESTERN CAROLINA Railway
:15 p. m. Ar. Savanrnahi 2:50 a. m.
80 p. m. A r. Waycroas 6:05 a. mn,
a at Jacksonville 8:40 a. mn.
irvice between Augusta and Jacksonville.
ndo at Jacnan i r al oinltS South,
xcursion Ticket ~~nSale to Florida Resorts,
GEO YAN, Gen'i Agt.
Greenville, &8. 0.'
Ll1AMM, General Passenger Agent,