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"M iousness, Sick
adache, Sour Stom
ach, Torpid Liver and
C h roi ic Constipation.
Pleasant to tahe
Pickei
Farmers' Union
Bureau of
Informationu.
.. ............................................
-Conduitted by the
south Carolina Farmers' Idicattionai and
Co-Operativo Unlon.
Cojtinu fll (qttiOIIs intended for this depart
nient slould he( addressed to J. (. Strinhing,
Pendletoim, South Carolinit.
The Way We Size it Up.
The prices for your cotton next
Fall is just what cotton productirs
make it.. Your work now is about
all directed, indirectly or directly,
towards miaking the condition
that are to rule or control the prict
of your cotton for this crop and t(
some extond the next crop, too.
If you help do a. thing yoursol:
then d.ni't go about blaming soime
other fellow for doing it.
If you can buy your grain, bu
and other farm products cheapej
than you can raise these products,
then you are not as good a farm i
as the other man that does this foi
you, antd you can also buy your cot
ton cheaper than you can grow it
too.
Few peoplo can reaizo how sici
they have been until they begin t
get over it; few farmer realize wha
a fool they are about cotton unt
they begin to buy high paiped fart
pioduces with low pridod cotton.
If it takes a wise man to act wis
and a fool to act a fool, then it i
a natural thing to expect none bu
good business men to succeed i;
buying many farm products witi
which to grow tho ono product,
cotton.
How many of theso so called
"business farmers"' do you know of
that have been up against a busi
ness proposition like this for many
years that now have nothing to
show for their business qualifica
tion in any form of accumulation
excepting, perhaps, a family of
rgaged and ignorant children and
a mortgaged mule or cowl
No doubt you'vo heard of the
"business woman" that borrowed a
sitting of eggs romin one neighbor
and a bro "yi-h from another
-she said she had the nest. Well,
now, we are betting on this wvoman
coming out ahead of the man that
buys everything on credit that ho
uses in growiing his crop of cottoii.
Now, this is the close of cotton
producers that control the early
cotton market. These are the real
dumpers, and the men that furnish
the supplies of all sorts to such un
business like, incompetent matna
gers of such an important industry
as cotton growing, are the real re
sponsible parties, These never-do
wells could never rule the cotton
busiessu'nless t he suppl y mien
and the Jandowuers put thia inpor
tant business in the hands of such
inLcompetent parties.
These business men an~d the land
owners are now coming together
to control this matter; they are roe
quiring each of this class of cotton
producers to diversify his crops,
which is the only way to enforce
the necessary fundamen tal prin ci,
ple or system u pon w hich the South
can ever make her pricos for her
cotton and maintain profitable
prices.
Cheap Hogs.
It you were to make a cheap
coat you should havc cheap materi
al to begin with. But when it!
comes to hogs, a cheap, ill-bred
animal is not the kind to start
with! You should have a well bred
animal, cheap sood and a good, I
smart chance of good hog sense to Y
start with i'n ordler to grow cheap a
porkl We can show a fine, thrifty, d
growing lot of hogs that has eaten k
notinmg but a food of Oo pound I2
cotton seed to four pounds ruta "0
bagA turnips boiled together. from U
first of November until April. In Th
April the clovers, alfalfa, springs, Ie
barley, ,rye, sorghum, with good in
beamuda and others good pastures,
with a little bran slops and surplus
garden truck, will keep shoats, no
sows an d pigs growing until An' thi
gust, when early cowpeats and sega vay
beans will come in. You shonld .of
~ence in these beans with chearp us
og wire fence, moving it about to it,
uit, as you cannot afford to pick nem
peas fo~r hogs! We are not stuck
n the plan of turning hog8 on
loughed land in spring or summer mial
a rather potatoes' pindars, etc., don
s their rooting up the soil in w'et the
'nther d os damag-eside you tari
ant rings in their noses while oun too
retuire and the pea field. We have thisa
~nned to plant 12 acres o~ sogajlian
~as and Will gt~o tpdee with~ 3',O
axative Fruit Syrui
is Drug Companv and Dr. R. F. Sim
hogs, as Niell as 12 acres of cow feas
and finishing off on a little corn.
Some farmers do not seem to know
that the days of "root hog or die
h1a4 g. ne, aid we cannot expect a
h-g toi r it his lik ig ui t W th
9 1-1111 no ss ther i4 somotl i-t
ot gratuihd t, I r'llt f,)iI! A pr..
from ai l Lt to S A i. I
Nm'. be~ing sure about. our II-pro;,a.
Li ons of c..tt'n a.vd and1 nta bagas
being a well balanlc.d ratioi f. r
so Ws, pigp aid ,iiits, we Called on
Pro-f. Nowmten, of (iemiren, wh.>
has enhd-r. id our ia-i I., a-; 1i oiIg
about, ight inl hii, lItAer Lloviiog
this
CleUISonI Cl loge, S. 0. Fob. 2-1. 06.
Mr. J. C. Stribling, reIdloton,
Southi Carolinat.
-Dear Sir: lifeJrriig to y, lur i
quiry conori it ig the feed i ig of cAt
ton seod and ruab hag-a turnij8 to
to hogs, will say that assist-d by
Mr. Burgess, I have looked up thi
nutritivo ratio of ti-ese two fei Eds
and find that using them in tho pro.
portion that you have practilced,
that is i bushels of Cotton s0d in
t a sixty gallon boiler, the boilor fill
I ed with turnips and then the whle
o mass boiled, maki1(es anm exuelllt
feed for either brood sows or youn'g
e pigs. I do not knlow whether you
a compounded this ration for th* o .
t pocial purp'oso for Which it is used
a or not, but you have hit n1pon the
oxact nlu tritivo ratio for brood sows
aid pigs, which is 4, and you could
not improve on it. For brood sows
without pige, the cotton seod meal
should be decreased and turnips in
creased, sin)co it is 1.ot litceSsaLrv
under suehl condtions to uso f.J(;(
so rich in protein.
Trusting that this may answer its
purpose, I am
Very Truly yours.
C. L. Newman.
Now -is the time to prepare for
harvesting the small gram crop
Of all the busy months in the cot
ton States the harvtst times are the
limes of the most work and th
shortest time to do it in. Cotton
and corn crops and smnall gramn
crops all need attention about the
same time.
Fames Unions can aid each
other through these extre)mely busy
weeks by clubbing tog.-ther and
buying binders, thresh~hing machin
ery and other costly farm muachin
ery, that jerhiaps may be too much
outlay for onie farmer to loot up;
andl if the Uioni do0es not s'ee fit to
buy this machinery they can coim
bino and contract with some mi. in
her that will do all this hairvestinig
machine work for (1hem1 at thne prop-)
er timo, and thus make it p~ossiblO
to guarantee sufficient work to jus8
tify a progressive young man to in
vest in and up-to-date outfit. Thip
kind of work is right along the
straight road with the true princi
ples of the Farmers' Union. Farm
labor is no0W too high to use only
bohind the boat farm machinery,
tools, teqams and imiplements. If
Dno farmer cannot aflord to get thle
best of all these, the farmers mnust
yombine their efforts and help each
>ther, so as to obtain this import..
mt help just at the time when im
>roved machmnery is most noeded
ipon the farm. Union men, take
old of this harvest question now
nid get ready for hot tiums ahead.
* * * *
When you first heard about thie
'armers' Union coming your way
ou could not help thinking about "
11 the bad things the Alliance had
no, could you? But when you -
now more about the Farmer's
nion, and can get a peep on the
side of some real good lively
uion, you 'will then know that the
)-to-date Farmerb' Union has
arned a great big thing out of the
stakes that the Alliance made.
Well, now, if you think we are7
b. Baying enough of the right
nig. in these columns, and are
ing too much on the wrong side
our farming interest, do dropi
a little confidential notie about
so that we will know better the
:t time.
ome men cap tell you about
my'bad things that the Alliance
e, but,,f you sk them about
good the Alliance did for thie
ners they seem to have been
busy looking after tho bad
ge-to flnd aniy good in the Al
Wantain ~OU ~en rA~ynd it,
ila n s e s the system
thoroughly and clears
sallow complexions of
pimples and blotches.
It is guaranteod
th, Evilay.
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK ?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news
papern is sure to know of the wonderful
L_ - cures made by Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
the groat kidney, liver
and bladder remedy.
It I; the great mcdl
Cal triumph of the nine
\teenth century; dis
covered after years of
Ecientific research by
Dr Kilmer, the emi
.-. ncnt kidney and blad
" - der Specialist, and is
woIdCrfully successful In prom:ptly curing
lane bac a, kidncy, bladdcr, uric acid trou
ble:; 'nd Dright's Diseasc, which is the worst
1tern of kidney troubc.
Dr. Kilmcr's Nf:mp-Root is not rec
ornmended for cve:-ything but if you have kid
ec, li'cr or bladder trouble it will be found
j.ust the rem-'y you need. It has been tested
in Lo many vmys, in hospital work, in private
pra:Aice, among the hclples;s too poor to pur
clav;Ce rclicf and has proved so successful in
evcry case that a special arrangement has
bcen made by which all readdrs of this paper
vho have not already tried it, may have a
.uIp.l bottle cnt free by mail, also a book
telling nre ab)out .;anp-Root and how to
f;nd out if yn hav :iJ.y or bladder trouble.
When writing mention reading this generous
effer in this paper and
& ! you r addre s to *.
fr.- I fihncr &Co.,13ing- vR
Ivimton, H. Y. Th.e
iularfifty cent and no of s;.wamup-nloot.
Sli:r ;izcs arC :;old by all good druggists.
Don't make any mistake, but remember
i!- narm;, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's
h./amp-lRoot, and the address, Binghamton,
". Y., on every bottle.
for cIhdrons arwfc, ura. . otate.i
p
A Sure Cu
Galls, Bruises, Contracted Mus
Frosted Feet, Burns, Scalds, etc
AN ANTISEPTIC that et
mation, and drives out Pain.
PENETRATES the Pores
promotes a free circulation of
natural elasticity.
BEST LINIMEN
ONCE TRIEb A
CURED SGIATIC
Mrs. IE. A. Simpson, e
Tenn., writes: " I have
Hot Springs, Ark., for sc
get more relief from Bae
than any medicine or any
Inlosed2( find postoffice or
large bottle by southern)J
THREE SIZES: 25<
BE SURE YOU 01
*Ballard Snow
sT. Louis,
6OLD AND RECO
Paihn or dotonition fr-om b~
cured mlover to return, without mnarnuryc
- Vigor P'ositiv..Iy <
S- Thbe Dr. King Me-di
I-aws of thcestratt of
1neirvous atnd chronic
his ~iution,is th
- (Or succose in tho
sett, we unso both ano
our 'itieon are equl
es,. X-ray, ytolet, ray
conitrivanco kno wn th
IItr i I , a ry re,
a tlu ticsd phylein
wo (mploy no mt
to $0.00 ter month. ('
MY BEST JWfERENCE19S. CHRINIC DJISEi
N. K. K ING O, . D. (Chr,,a i o isea'usos
oinr CgNSULTINo PHscrN Unimuutral i r .
Write ass~:'oe
nae==.00.U1oTA TI~Oo, XAINAiTIOgn
DR, KING ME010RI~ CO,, a
C
D acres of land nea
on Pumnpkintown r-oad. *10 per
20 acres nearx Trav
joining lands of Mr. Thos. Ouni
Watson old home. $15 per acro,
o small tracts of hand, 20 to 50 acres
have also some1 very desirable lots n
along tho car line-$0 each.
TH ACKSTOI
* ~ Greenvill4
I .
"MA K ES
RHEUMACIDE 0
all the germs and poh
spots in the body .an
Nature's way. Purely
most powerful of ole
time regulates the livi
up the entire system.
that cures rheumatisr
MOST POWERFUL
CURES DISEASE
RHEUMACIDE h
other remedies and
Percelle, of Salem, Va,
dreds of dollars for ph]
by half a dozen botti
2120 Ramsay street,
man." Mrs..S. A. Coim
it cleansed her blood,
After Noted Doctors Failed.
Here Is a case cured by RHEUMA
CID10 after noted New Yorks ecfal
ists had failed. Mr. W. R. fI-ugi
writes from A tkins. Va.:
aFour bottles of RI-EUMACID
have entirely cured me of a long
standin case of rheumatism an<
ereathy Improved miy ie~ncral hea--lth
was a totaI wreck. havilag had rheu
imatisin f r twenty years. Ispentsev
secialists in New York but R V
h ACIDE is the only cure I hav
fountid When I began to use at
weighad 140 pounds. Now I weigh l
pounds. my normal weight.
"W R. HUGHES."
AA
car;
WE
all
for Rheumatism, Cuts,
re .Sprains Wounds, Old
Sores, Oorns, Bunions. Tru
les, Lame Back, Stiff Joints.
>ps Irritation, subdues Inflam
, loosens the Fibrous Tissues, Ira
the Blood, giving the 'Musoles the
wea
T ON EARTH
LWAYS USED
RHEUMATISM
0Craig St., Knorville, as e
been trying the baths of
atic rheumatism, but I*"
llard's Snow Liniment
thing I-have ever tried.
:ler for $1.00. Send me
Express."
~, 50c AND $1.00
T THE GENUINE
Liniment Co.
U.&s.A.
MME~NDED BY
.var Rold Out False Hopes.
e oabuiglo anal V'ariooele wvathous
nihcc; Uontagiouse fItbod ?oiauta
r suineral1 Ltlxtur..; Yons of MtanA
-lnai; noa ar tamua.., but prmso
TeI o tA i astngm or~anIsedourd~ t&
lissa ce. Dr. ) r. f fe , the founddr 9
ph a' (.asultha specialist, being assioW
reaa aut o((brrmd alis a unaurpa.
he m.aical prfoasion. Oursanitarium 8
atlia ta. ree ilary qulfe graub t
islial-ing in , to nrgro.teno n
>.* ar aanas.i for liloratturo ar sent oua
r tins fo riont aoago frms.0
at sp~eclilt tilnao.
anal liladel or troubles, Rhousnatiusm
i.lraina Ineas, eto.1and AlPrivat
randl raings. D)iseases of Eyeo and Eat,
*f Wohm, auda as wornplacements,
no bares orrfhit. Oen trerquest we
M AND) ADVIOBf FHBB...m...
S"la aGa.
~E.
r Marietta, S. C.,
acr.
elers Rest,
sinrgham. Part of the. Butler
3ar city limits.. Theso lots are
NT &SON
,S. C.
YOU WEL L A
loes right to the seat of. the di
ons out of the blood, cleans up
I sets all the organs to work aM
vegetable, non-alcoholic, it is y
ansing medicines and at the
Br tones up the stomach and 1
RHEUMACIDE is the only re
ft to stay cured.
BLOOD PURIFIER'".N WC
BY REMOVING THE CA
as cured.thousands of Gases afi
famous doctors had failed. A
, spent $200 in medicines and
rsicians' fees, and at last he was <
les of Rheumacide. 0. Dietrc
Baltimore, says it has "made P
bes 114 S. Oilmor street, Baltin
took away her pains, and made
like a new woman." Your
and recommends Rheumaci
CURES AFTER J
Sample bottle And boc
i for postage to .
Bobbitt Chemical C
START TOG E
AT THE
R EDITOR: Please say to yoitr rea,
Complete line of Reliable goods wh
fact, at the prices which I am quot
ry ti little of "anything and everything
IF YOU NJiED HEAVY WINTEI
AR and HEAVY KNIT SHIRTS; alst
Prom now until Christmas we invit,
DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS, NOTIC
Wilt mako the same offer as the ab
nks', Valises, Gents' Furnishings, etc.
Flouri salt and barbodiwire by the (
A complete line of the good kind ol
a King stoves and Cbat'anooga Plows
best, of their kind on the market. (I
rs well.
A full line of Undertakers' goods a
Your patro age solicited aind you w
P. 5.--All persons owing the estate
arly as possible.
TRADE MR
REGISTERED
fertiliz
crops froi
.balanced foe
time till harve
from cotton to cc
Fish scrap is used in
under all crop conditi
for the Royster trade i
HERE~
THINi
Ooimba,.O. F.S.
T o
lii?, itUM AND lIAV
WOOD.WoRXING MACBIaNE Y
FOR EVERY KIND OF WORK -HA
ENGiNES AND 80I1J3
ID SiIBS AND PR 13B
CLASS OF SI3RVICEJ.
it POtR li ETIMATIIBwpilag
PLAGNOft YOUR ORDER.
BES MACHINERY COMPARYl
cOLmIA,~u 6. n.
LL OVER."
sease, sweeps
all the plague
ain In
et the
same
sullds
medy
RLD.
USEF
:er all
ustin
hun
;ured
h, of
im a new -
iore, %ay
her feelI
druggist sells
de.
LLL OTHERS I
kiet free if you send fi
ompany, Proprietors,
TWELLTo]
OLD
lors andT. my friends that I anm
ich I have for their inspection
ing I consider the goods aro R:
," ani arm olling- t a, uloso p
LtHOEd, We have them ; a
I, a good line of OVERSHOKE
3 the ladies to call and we wi
NS, etc.
>yc to the mon folko on Cloth
The nicest line of these goo<
ax load to go at prices that df
'furniture and nice matting,
two very necessary things in c
hiaware, Glassware, Agatowa
da nice Hearse.
ill be treated right. (
of W. T. Mc[all will please c
W The F(
for Big
Less A
Fewer acres, lighter labor,
bination secured with FA
er proved perfect by twer
'i Southern soil. Farmer
d for every stage of plant
sting, and is suited to a g
rn, wheat 'to small truck.
/lade with Fisl
every ton of..Farmers' Bone, i,
ons and making it famous as
nark.
'STHE SALES REE
C OF THE CROP REE
186s-250 -rONs
1890--I,500 TONS
1895-12,000 TONS
190o-58,455 TONS
5-130,091 TON
ROYSTER GUANO
ickest and
SAVANNAH,
JACKSON'
An<
VIA
ELESTON & WESTEI
Greenvillo 12:15 p. mi.
Auguti 10:30 p. m.
Arrive at Jacksonv
Through Pnhlman Service betwvoo
Close corinections madet at Jackac
'rip Wintor Tourist Excursion Tfie'
1. W. LIGON, Agent, o
__ ~ Green villhe,
ERINEST WILLIAMi8, Geni
ATTTTWP~A.
FAIL. CURES
Rheumatism.
ve ents ciatica,
WWIW Rheumatic Oout,
Lumbago,
Catarrh
Baltimore. & -n
La Orippe.
6~~7k 0 Blo Poison,
DAY --. o
Diseases,
AND.
"still at the Old Stand," with a
and salo at very close figures. In
iro Bargi;iuas. Tell them that I
rofit.
Iso, SUITS, PANTS, UNDER
11 make them close prices on
ing, Shoes, Hate, Underclothing,
.1N we Lave Pver carried.
fy competition.
carpeting and rugs. Agent fri
very wbll regulated family au 1
re, Tinware and other ware that
uy McFall
ome forward and make settlemrt
rilizer
g Crops
rith
creage
larger yields-a happy
RMERS' BONE, the
ty-one years of great
s^ Bone is richest in
growth from planting
reat diversity of crops,
rsuring nourishment
a, crop saver. Look
DORD
50 Tarboro, N. 0.
Best Route
~/ILLE3,
1 all Points
Ini FLORIDA
?N CAROLINA Railway
Ar. Savnmnah 2:50 a. mn.
Ar, Waycross 0:05 a. m,
jii 8:40 a. mn.
iignata and1( Jacksonillp.
mnvill o r all pou in Sotli,
w~Is Now On SaleC to Florida Resorte,
EO. T. IRYA N, Gen'] Agt.
S. (I.
oral Passenger Agent.
GA.

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