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eaqacu,,$our Stom
ach, Torpid Liver and
Chronic Constipation.
Pleasant to tafte
Pickens :
y1OTTON YIEL
dwindle from
unless the soil is k<
a complete fertilizer
cient POTASH.
Just how POTASH
crops is shown in o
"Cotton Culture."
absolutely free of an
tion to any farmer wl
Address, OBRMAN I
New York-9.3 Nassau Street, or
Fariers' Unioit
Bureau of
-In formlation.
-Cotidi'-ted by the
South Carolimr Ftrimers' I'r itetiontl and
Co-Operative tilon.
Conmuniention intended for this depart
ment shotild be adtdressed to J. U. Stritbing,
Pendleton, South Carolin.
Notice to the Farmers of South Caro
lina.
You are hereby called to meet ii
delegated power at Anderson, S
0., May 31, 1906, for the purpoi-c
of organizing a preliminary Stat
Union.
Basis of reprasontation in organ
ized countivs will be one delegatr
for every one hitndred mnenbers, or
imlijoirity fraction t iiereof. In1 con
ties w-re there is no Count
Union, one delegate from each lo
cal union. All furn-ers who are
meombers are invited to attend.
All counties that have no Farm
ers' Union organization are invited
to send farmer delegates. Please
send nmes of delegalos to, B. F.
Earle, Anderson, S. C., ton days
before.
The purpose for which the State
Union is called is to adont a con
stition and by-laws to govorn the
Farmors' Unsioni in SouthI Carolina,
and to bring the farmors ini a close
and secret organization for the
purpose of holding and controlingj
* the price of cotton. Also to en
courage (he building of a Farmers'
Uniion warehouso in every county
* ~ in South Carolina to be owned and
controlled by the farmers.
B. F. Earlo,
State Organizer.
e * * *
Dr. Muason, ofCharlotte, seyks
in formation throu igh 1ouilr Farmners,
Union Bureau, and( lho gets what
he wants, which is oneouraging in y
our work.
These letters of Dr. Mason and
Mr. Bobham are right along in the ~
progressive path tha t lead to a
* system of dliversification of criops
* ~and the imnprovemion t of our Iland I
that we must practice in orderI to
lortify in our' positions as htarmert
to protect our inutereist, whicho rest 1I
largely in profitable prices for our
cotton:T
Mr. J .0, Stribling, Pendleton. S.
C. Dear Sir: In "The Stto some
time ago I noticed where some onei
had originated a variety of cow pea
so that it had the desirable quallity '
of giving a large yield of poas, at1
~ the same tim!e did not shod( its F;
leaves. Will you be kind enough
to ask if he will not publish in
your ''ames Union Bureau''
how he developed this pea, so that
others may (10 likewise. The rea- U
son I ask this is because the writer
of the artic'e in question stated at
the .time that he had no seed for
sale. iti
Very truly,
* ~, R. E. Masom, M. D.
Answe to Dr. Mason's Inquiry C
~ Ool J. 0. Stribling, Pendleton, S.C.,
eaFii Col:-Dr. R . E. Mason
h iv1~~e~ to know something ot the
bipeas that do not shed their
~~ Ho or any one can have W
apea on their own farm
' *Iifollow simple direos n
~41:Take equal parts of ha
on the hardest pea y
tb old-fashioned spec- in
zir, and plant in a
~1Q b~%~esoe-oan be plan- t a
i~ +4.P'I1 1 to July 16. .gu
'hepatch and 3
Ii that Jos
'~~7- rl
xative Fruit Syruj
Drug Company and Dr. R. F. Smil
DS are sure to
year to year
:pt supplied with
containing suffi
increases cotton
ur 9o-page book,
This book is sent
y cost or obliga
o will write for it.
CAL! WORKS.
tlanta, Ga.-2Z2 So. Broad StreL
te the little iron, and th-, lith
ro1, I Canl Rsure you, will not b
My softer than wvhII you firslt, be
run the experiment.
When tho hybrid la, b mo) form
ed, the Vinds will ho muoIc luiXII inl'
than tho paront planits, aiid wi
grow a[d thrive oil "II ind tot) po v
to Sprout cow Pa(11s,'' buit of cours11
110y Will grow better On hl t Ii
will sproit cow peas.
The hybrid will n4t blignt nit)
is not hater than theeh1iliilmy. Po
hay it is 1111(d of any peat knowi
uit for early patstulres there a!(
other better peas.
G!tting a hyibrid pea i; mis
ezInoigh. Nothiing on the farm wil
3rO8s e1asi, oxcept melonis. Got
ting a pir et et hydrid cotton is ,
vexing and laborious undertaking
Ilowover, I think such a1 thiog pos
4ible. Plant bre-dinig is one o
the groat questions of the day am
in it is wonderful possibilitios.
Yours very truly.
A. W. Brabham
Olar, S. 0., April 4, 1906.
Program of the Closing Exercises o
the Mica School.
Tho following is tlie pi-irnuni (f lil
closi ng exerZisos of tho .\ive Ic hool.
whicht took place, Friday, A pril 13t I:
WVhy D~o WVo L >veO Mmyh So BI ti:
Lzoper.
T1hou Blind lb. --May ell, lIIon
liix.
Ijtt.lo Seeds M~ake BhLinjg . coret
-O0swald( H-endrix.
Rubie rTirnoir.
Th'Ie lihaiul~ R.~se -L. 1wre.'
1'ixed RV'a 13y For a h(.ss -.L
In opor'.
T113helt Lifof ai Bid --Lzz'o L~ ,>p
Lessonhs for Hays '' am i tA.rlis
Six Your O)ld St rawberraie- - (21oi
Little Violotst -1 VIL.hli 6,p'.
The1( P'lil -load' 1, tpr.
Ha1ppy' Ar ithei ( Cliin '-, IN-a vt'
Ona11(1 th Oher Sit d of a~ Pictur --
MIary's Litt o Lhunba- Jack] Suths111
Tlihng ini the Biottomn Drlawera - Li I
0 Turnier.
Good N'ght anld Good1 \iorning
land Loopier.
IR's All for Braid and Ihatther
Over the Rtivu r - -G(onvi ImYp< r.,
'.LhofDeathi of hlale--Pea 1t< -ue .
Thle Lost Letter--Ellie I'(reemani.
Somebody's D~harling '11 Dying
lorenace Sutherland.
WVhoro rand~ Whiichi-Ea Freean.
Litle Birds - IdIa (Cha~t .
Nobody's IDarliig.- ULian Sut hi .
'Tho Do-WSitt5eFi!oadt I eihlix.
-13y three little bos Flodlenr
swald( H~endr1h i ardi Ahner(1 Iti~na-I
An Eas ter Weddliing-By thnr e hi
1) boys, LuomafS Fr'(eemian, l".hr<.l
Ella Freama~hn, lourence Stat ihher
d Lail.ianl Siti'utrlan did their parts
>li.
Ella Fr'eeman, Lizzo' Lioper, LAii
trner, May Hundrix, H~aliy Sthear.
id, Oloje Looper anid Eva Hlendrix
*n prizes for the Lsignest percen- age
their reports.
ifther presenltinig the pizoa there
a a troat serveduto theo pupils and
asts,
l'his school hasi proved ai anece~as
ter the guidmig hands of teacher,
s Looper, who hasi had ocrge of
our 0sessions,
leanses the systerm
thoroughly and clears
sallow complexions of
pimples and blotches.
It is guarenteed
Easloy.
Over-Work Weakens
Your .Kidneys.
Unhealthy Kidneys Make ImpUre Blood.
All the blood in your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
Tho kidneys are your
. blood purifiers, they fil.
[ ~. ) ter out the waste or
- ' impurities In the blood.
If they are sick or out
of order, they fail to do
their work.
Pains, aches and rheu
matism come from ex
cezs of uric acid in the
blood, due to neglected
kidney trouble.
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
heart beats, and makcs one feel as though
they had heart trouble. becauze the heart is
over-working in pumping thick, kidney
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to I- traced to the kidneys,
but now modern sc -:ace proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin
ning in kidncy trouble.
if you arc ,ick you cr.:1 .who- rniztake
by first doctoring your hidacys. The mild
ind the extraordinary cffcct of Dr. Kilmer's
.Swailp-Root, the grcat kidney rcmcdy is
:oon realized. i Rtand:: the hir;iest for its
:ondcrful curc of the mo.;t di:;trcsing cases
nd i.s sold on it: inCrits
:y .1l dru:!.; in f:f:y
;ont and one-doll;r z-- I..
3You inay hawe a 1-2'
-npI n z . .' I ali noo of ampil-Root.
, olkt .ilinag you how to find
.: I m: 1-- !;i::n:, or bladder trouble.
ic'.tion tiia yp' r v n -:nriing Dr. Kilmer
Da:y r e, but rcmembe!
.e naa, S:eunastDr. Kilmer':.,
Snp-l i.~ r th .!drrs, ~Binghamton
A aoind Hog Cane.
"A ground h-g case" is a case of
s11 tole lle('cessity--o e iII W ip ic lih ill(
Swlol'(1 of po'rseve'allee I certiji aind
!Ite ntesity for perseelalce Is fil
:)rative. Its origin is told in (his sio
'y: A boy w:as seon (igging vigorously
with 1 gri111 hoe at the inolth of, a hoilo
.1 whIc'h a1 gronii hog 111 takeni ref
age. Ilo was asked if Ie th ougit h1v
wvoull get the gronid loL r, 14) which Il.
.-oplied w%-ilh scorn: "Catch him'? WhyA
I'l;l') bolud to eatb-h himl; we're oult
"1ut why d.) ymzi think .Jolumiyti be
tleves .o titolyl 13' ill the rellicaey of
prayer?"
"Iltcse wil-i I .iggei Pd that Ie
pray fotr :t190 brotheri he1e1v to
do It anil prayed fr a 'goat and ar
watgon insteadt I."'--liotsltn l' ost.
It is a facht Iowa1days that tine feath
eIrs do ml:ake ilie birds anil that people
at re jildged iore by theIr appearance
thn i their charicter.-Lady Violet Gre
%ille ini Lono Graphliic.
Sdown pains are a symptom of th
can attack a woman, viz: fallin
n itrally, come irre'guilar, painft
wateflt, w\eakening drains, di
uero 'usneCss, dizzine'ss, irritaili
walk, loss of appetite, color
whI1ih exert:; such a w~ondeirful,
I nzes~, sIps drains and stimul
11 i:; a sureC and perma1:nent cur<
W'c'11'f US A LETTER "I
Iut atid I ' tiiiity and wcrite us in
fr a -tu f~anuy, in striecMes conf21- Nac
denetl ,; cii you~.r symn-.;s ''a]
ad it ro les wI..e W'ill send free advtico mhy
C c-te I It A~ dtcess: Ladiet Advitsory fee
I) ' rt'Clia11 >loga Medcineht Co., auf
A Ae
CURES COUGHS, COLDS, CON~
WHOOPING COUGH SORE
LOSS OF VOICE LO6SENS T
EXPECTOR1ATION, IIEALS THE
Endorsed by leading physicians
Children's Group and Whi
it contains NO OPIATES. The
hound Syrup is mild and benign, it I:
asadults of overy variety of temr:
Read This Remarka
MRS. B. W. EVANS, Clearwater,
was sick for three months and the doct
sumrption.. We procured a bottle of B;
It cured him. He is now a well man
In the houso, and think It has no eqi
Easyto Taile; Sure to Cure; E1
~LADSTHREE, sizgS. 95c
BALAR'SSNOW LINIMENT
SOLD AND RECOM
ETX.lIr'E *c
'CI
CURES AF
RHEUMACIDE has
had failed. Rheumacid<
Johns Hopkins Hospital
of Salem, Va., and D. Ri.
remedies and the doctor
Almost a Miracle in This Cas
Dillon, S. C., A
Bobbitt Chemical Compay :
Gentlemen.lrn September 1890. I toc
matism in a very bad form (inflannniators
snonth af[ter the diseaso started I had to
my woric and go to bed. It continued I
Worse until my arms and hands were
.lrawn. so much so that I could not us,
Mly lc: were drawn back till my feet t
my his I was as inpless as a baby fot
12months. 'The muscles of may arms a
were hard and shriveled up. I sufferet
many times over. Was treated by six di
physicians in McColl. Dillon and Marl
none of them could do m1e any good. unti
P. Ewing, of Dillon, camne to see ile. I
e to tr your RICUMACIDE. I-I got
bott.,!of il n mdl chic aid I began toI
and i< 'or the irst bottle was Used i I
to get better, I used 5% bottles amid wni
pletely cured. That was years ago a
Flcalth has been excellent evcr since.
had no -5ymu1tons of rieunatism. W
inrther that libegan to Walk in about s
after I began to take RHEUMACIDIC w
aid 01 crutches: in about three imoiths
begzamn to take it I could walk as good i
body, and went back to work again.
YQUrs truly. JAMES WIL
A Long Life.
To prolong lit'e one sh1nid take plen
1y of slee1 and teimiemilber to sleep lying
on tile right skite, Indulge In a rmortiig
iath In tepid water, take dailly exercIse
in tire open aIr, keep) tle window of the
sleeping A)oi open all night, take fro
(hineit aind short ho!Idays, not be over
ambitious and 1101k1 one's temper.
C
Coniderite 1) sceti tor.
Sttrnger-Iiow l.on sne" you iade
an atrest, constable? Coinstale 11
Medder-Quite a1 conisiddyrable spell.
I'mii goil' a beetle slow 'bout haulin' I
'em ( iI jest now. We hain't got no
Plt'e to put 'em 'eptini' Cy Tedder's
chicken coop, ani' (y's got a settin' 7
hlen o.-Clev0land101 Pi41t1 Doalor.
The Fact of It.
"It's love that makes tie world go I
rouirnd," saild the Old fashioned sent!
Iment(alist. (I
"No," answered Miss Cayenne; "it W
maerely mkes some people so dizzy
that they think the world Is going
'ronIId.'"-Wasinrgtoni Star.
e most serious trouble which'
g of the womb. \Vith this,
II, scan)ty or pr oftuse perijods, e
edfuI baIcka~ chei, heaidalche,
y, tiredi feling, inability to
:tnd1 beauty. The cure is
4I
R EGULA TOR,
0o' natural w"ine, of her bs,~
strenfgthe(nig inhltence on -
IeVL ve p in, gula tes the *
itcs the womb muscles to
2 for all female complaints. /
SUFFERED AWFUL PAIN
iy wombil and ovaries," writes Mrs. 4C
ail lakr', of webster (Groves, Mo.
so in my right anid left sides, and C:
mienrses wyero very piaianl anid '
*gnlar. Sirnco taking Cardul, 1
i like a iiow wvoman and dlo inot &'
fret as I did. It Is tiio best mcdi
:wre.
SUMPTION BRONCHITIS,
THROAT, 'NOARSENESS
HE PHIACH~ AND EASF4
LUNGS.
as the B3EST remedy for
soping Cough because
action of Ballard's Hore
3adapted to infants, as well
orament and Constitution.
ble Testimonial.
Kas., writos:-"My husband
ors told mo ho had ulick con
~lard a Horehound Syrup, andA
but we always koep a bottle
al for pulmonary diseasos."
ery Bottle Guaranteed.
, so, $1.00.
CO., -ST. IOUIS, MO.
GI~fDB
wasoo a
V04z14
TER THE /DOCTOR
cured thousands of cases of Rheumatism aft
a cured John F. Eline and others, of Baltir
the greatest hospital In the world, had failed.
Olmstead, the Norfolk Va., contractor, after
6 had given up hope. Iheumacide cured Mr,
of rheumatism she had endured for
, I& Hughes, of Atkins, Va., after the most
k rheu- -l is a reason why it cures : Rhcun
). Ga science, and while powerfrui enous
grveoup of the blood, it operates by purofy n
badly most delicate stomach, and builds up
xiched
nearly
id leg
I deatmau
ffcrent
-ls an.Smtobt?(nboltfeei o en nee
s. butT IEIA OMAY
me one
ke i t.
egaT TH
S Coln-05
lid my
I-ave S E L
. EyDIT PS Ay POISONS mfU
Coplt lin ofh Rei1egoswic aefrt
txj t~e A purely Vegetable remedy that goea 011~
after I curs by removing the cause. Yourg consitd !
Is any. Sample bottle and booklet fhree if you aond i'e c
[ES. BOBBITT CYOEMICAL CONIEEANY. ,
R. EDITOR: Please say to your roalors a ood lie i
Comiplete line of Relia le goods which I have for 11
fact., at the prices which I amn quioting I eonsider t
arry a little of ''anythin,, and everything," a id ain sollii
IF YOU NEEI EAV'Y WINTEi'RSHOE',S, MWe
1EAR end HEAVY KNIT SHIRTS; also, it good lino of
From now until Christmas we invite the ladies to c
I DRY GO 8, DRESS GOODS, NOTIONS, etc.
Will mako the same offer as the above to tho mon
runks, Valises, Gents' Furnishings, etc. The nicest lit
Flour, salt and barbed wire by tho car load to go ai
A complete line of the good kind of furniture and I
rorn King stoves and Chat'anooga Plows-two very iieces
-e boat of their kind on the market. Chinaware, Glassy
ears well.
A full line of Undortakers' goods and a nice Hearse
Your patro age solicited and you will be treated ri
P. &P.--All pelsons owin; the estate of W. TV. Mcl'a]
early as possible.
A given number of acres fertilized
greater yield of cotton, than the sam
Farmers' Bone does more than that,
the acreage and increase the yield
who uses
Made Wit
has twenty-one years of fertilizer e
13,000 carloads of Royster fertilizers
This volume of business stamps Far
LOO0K AT OUR TWENT1
Sees-260
1890-I ,500
* 189&-12,00
1900-58,46
* 1905-130,0
Couba ,S.C. F. S. ROYSTER
-'We Nee
@ We Fulfill Every
cured never to return,1
SAW MILLS.
GHT, MEDIUM AND HEAVY
WOOD-WORKCINO MACHINERY
FOR EVERY KIND OF WORK
ENGINES AND BOILERS
ND SIZES AND FOR EWIlRY - ,
CLASS OP sERVICH. -MY BEST R~f EREN1CE 19.
LSK POR OUR I3STIMATB BBPORE UTCR~1
PLACING YOUR ORDER. NK. KING, M. D.
BBES MACHINERY COMPANY *~U v~
COL.UM WA, 8. 0. 4A)-.'=ONSUL.TATI
SL R KIN MEDIO
L ...
nord, after the famous specialists of
Rheumacide cured Austin Percelle,
they had.spont large sums on other
. Mary Webrn, o HI h Point N. C.
20 Years. Rheumaci e curect W. R.
famous t w York specialists failed.
iacide Is the latest discovery of medi
to swec germs and poisons out
tud tnddoes noti~ur h
eomtire system--.
R.haumism,
- 2 cm tic,.,
Lumbago,
- -i'*U'cumatic Gout,
I am.-anton
tlk.er Trat:bic,
to ~ ~ ~ ~ L: Ch .~tLl~~,1 Kidney TrohIbio,
and .cmm pds Rhaamacid. Iy -r
11(13 t. I I "still tit tlhe Old Stad, with a
w'ir m c tion and sailo at very close figures. In
'0 goTde alr Rao Irgains. Tell theni that I
g at a cosC )r.ofit.
have th Im; wso, (TITS, PANTS, UNDER
0 L"IIt 0VER ,lOFS.
all ad % C will miakc then close prices on
folks Oi Olbin, Sh1o0s, Hate, Underclothing,
et or t gow ds j i w e 1. ave r ver carried. +
I)rices that (: fy Copolljntitiol.
lieo matti , cdrp.tiing and rogs. Agent fex
ary things in eve-ry wE11 regulatod family an I
r, Agalen are, Tinware and other ware that
Guy McFall
lwill please coltte forward and mako settlement
with Farmers' Bone produce a
e acreage with ordinary fertilizer.
It makes it possible to reduce
Try it this year. The man
th F'ish
iperience, back of him. Over
were used on the crops of 1 905.
mers' Bc ne the best.
YEARS' RECORD+
TONS
TONS 4
0 TONS e 1
~5TONS
91 TON S
GUANO 00Tarboro, N. O.
GUANO 00 Macon, Ca.
Disappoint Our Patients.
Promlso ud Never Hold Qui False He os.
diet(,ntiona fr om business: &otaglous jlloodi Poison -~
rithokt mreoury or miiornl mixt.are; l~onsi of Mily -I
V'gor P'onitive-ly ceso; no att muIan~t but perinont.
TIhe Dr. Kingf Aledical Co. Is an institur in organtizednder tho
lawnV' of thle statO of 'loorg,'n for the troetrm<int, and etire of alt
erv uda i chilOc .:i-'.e( l. hr.t a.K ,r st the fonasde tod
by a stali of eminenit phuysicianan.I sulrgoons.
O~ur succOB in tho treatmnnt, of chroni liseasesi is unsurupas.
god; wo Os bothu medicsial oloctrical agendtes.
Our omliceare equipped whiu h aI the ralvrnio, faradio battec
contrivace knolvul to th i'ica pidosaio n Oursnltartit
afodorda in ry rc-upect, au O Ypo y noiO but th Atb -
uunu licensed1 physicinno being in char'ge.
We emnploy 10no mslundintg mecans to secure patients an
ptrn-i ioO. . 1).(r t m kdfr ni toriu resnt6
toti1.00 per m1onuth. (modicinesi inlhudeid) and we gle te assur
anco of a cure Witihin a apoolfied time.
OU RO NIC DISEASES-n'e!u",*et'"alu~Y.~nnaisom
rachn idni~ey and liladdor troubles, lhv inatienm,
upu lydrocolo. Drain.. Lose, otad Private
s e'd rie sr and il gntant t'roube-s, datarr of the
Nose, Throat. Ihead and Lungse. IDiaeases oHIyo and Ear,
(Ihrontuo iDHonsluOS of WVomen' Atoli a Diaplacen,
Ulnnat mnal > *: ures, and4 slt enec oth'ofwomen. -ote
rdlnft you cimad tionI bfyu r sikr e01c. On requess We
flN, EXAMIN A TION AND) AIDVICE IrtFR. e..en..
L 0s. Muot~iPi~N *9.W Atlanta. Ba.

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