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Headache, our Stom
ach, ZdrIt Liver and,
Chronic Constipation. L
pleasant to talte
Farmers' Uii O
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south Caronnla lainers' Edtucational and
tco-Operative 0 t il.
C(ommun110 IictIons littenderi ror this depart.
111I t sh0111d1 be4 jildressel to J C. Stribling,
iPendkletonl, 6otith Catrohiti.
Farmers' Union News
This South Carolina Farmors'
JInion coluni is now published in
every Southern Stato from the
Rio Grand to the James Rivers.
Texas and Oklahoma papers
stato that our Farmers' Union
members now round up more than
six hundred thousand farmors that
belong to the union. Cheor up,
farmers, yo ur orga izat iolt is grow
ing very fast in both Lmbttters and
Toll all farmors, wlhher they
are delegatos or 11Iot, (() come to
Anderson, S. C., cI 1ay 31Ist, to
be present at th. organization of
the Stato Farmers' ' nion.
Any farmer iot already a mem
ber of the union can be init itite-d
at Anderson and becomo a mem,
her and representative at this State
Union from any county that has
no organization already in the
National President of the Farm
ers' Union, R. F. Duckwortlh, 0. 1.
Pyle, lecturer, President barrott,
of the Georgia State Unionl, and
several other noted union men and
officers of the National Union will
be on hand 'it Ander-son May 31st,
to assist in organizing the State
Union. Every local aI county
union in the State should bo repre
sented at the Stato Union.
To the Farmers of South Carolina;
You are hereby called to meet in
delegated powor at Anderson, S. C.,
May 31st, 1906; for the purpose of
organizing preliminary State Union.
Basis of representation in organ
izodcounties will bo ono for overy
100 members, or mnajority fraction
In counties2 whereC there is9 no
County Unijon, one4 de~legatto from
* each local union. All t armners who t
are memberl)Cs are inv ited to attnd.
All (counltios that have~ 110 Fairmer's i
nion1 organizin g are invited to (
senld farmmle delegat es. Please fsendt a
Snames of dlelegates to U . F. Earle, t'
Anderson , S. C., ten days before
The urpo forwhich the Stato i
Uno fis 1caleld is to ad pt a con
atitti onl andz1 by -hv to WS vernc\ the
the Farm er' Uin in tt bouth Cr o..
linn; also to brintg ini a clue andl
secreot organ iza2tionl for thet purpI1~o
of holding auttl(0 cott linhg tie1price
of cottont; also, to enc(oulraget the
bulildling of a Fa:rmerr,' initon
Warehtouse in every comitty in
controlled by farmers.
St ate Orgniuz'r.
The Founder of The Farmer' Unmon is
Newvton Gresham I, the fathe of21 '
the Farmnor' Ed tucat ionail andi Clo.
operative Un ion of A mterica, die'd
at his home at 'k\Txa, A pril 10thl. I
Newton 0Gresham is dead hut 14is
work and spirit lives ont in the Fiar
mors' Union, which is already the
greatest farmers' organization that t
the world has ever knownt.ii
In the Farmers, IUlon orgm
zation Newton Groshamn has left to
his people, his family and the
Southern farmers as well an hi.t
tige and mnonumnent to hisi memaoyry
that is far greatetr than a mint of
gold and many statues in bronze.o
His South Carolina Un~jin breth
ren mourn his loss, while we bow
to the will of Him who gave hinm
for oiur good. Peace bo unto his
VATUs FJIOM APPVENDIC1TIS
Deorease in the same ratio that the use
of Dr. King's New Life vils increases.
tion :and the ills growing outt of it.
Strength anid vigor .always follow their
use. uiaranteed by Pickens Drug Co.
25 onts, Try them.
v -Congreesa has passed a bill aui
horizipg the maintonance of a foil
S> bridge; across the 'T.'galoo river b)0
3 Wegn this State aind Georgia.
Oifuuuos and becutifla tho hair.
You00 thru et.
ixative Fruit Syrn
Drug Company and Dr. R. F. Smit
O secure the big
Apply at least 500 pou
33 per cent, nitrogen,
phosphoric acid, and 9
POTASH is a most im
culture. Our practical
yours for the asking
of any sort, and a va
information in them.
New York-93 Nassau Street. or
Saved by Friends.
A stoiy of devotion, aincl horo
ism (qlling any t hinig writton in
tle books of long ago is told by a
phYSician wN ho waN here front
Greinvil;le(3 attndiig tho Stateo
Mledical Atsociation mee'tinig. The
story was told with the riequot
that, th Wnam1o0s of the physic1ansh
atteidigii the caso he witllield.
About three weetks ag-) riho
State con tained ia brief Uispatlch
f roi Grcenville tvllhg of an accI..
dioit that befo Ahis Sloati, who is
a girl a bout 16 years of age, tle
dauglitur of Dr. Ton10 Sloan, the
druggist., attempted to remove a
table coVor Upon which there was
a lightrd laijp. The lamp was up
iet and the flames burned tho
lower part of the body vory badly.
The physicians that were called
knew that thero was but one way
-o save the life of the girl-skini
must be grafted on the charred 1
lush and the burns must be coV
3red up at once. They were not.
)repared, however, for the result,
wh en this annouicemelit. was.,
undo. Miss Sloan has many!
rieiids an(] relativos at the schooli
he Wais atteniding 11( when11 ihey'
loard the news that it woul( be
recessar~y to have this dkin thern
'ns a large number of volunitee)rs.
"'WI) were hardly prepared for
his,'' said the physician in ttuk
ii of the offair, "anId the dg7~een
ay thesae girls Came up---giris 11nei
ul, of their teIns--sh owed a giit
ud hlerojism that 1 do not hesitate.
> say cannozt be suirpassedi.
N ine of thoso girls submitted toi
It (tiertfiLi io. No other or other:
;cisthLt.ic waIs taken anid tie dliro
s thet lm 0 ,l' a mnan's handi. TVlbm
'r dIesciptionl ot the operatiieon
Cueoughi to mlake one( shuiddler
hiehi tIn-y paned. Thio skint is
a hertd in w ri ikles p in order th at
Iof the inp ski*, which is the
nrd wan1ft(ed, ma(y in obtain,jJ(
si' harp~, janeet, is thenci run
rouighI fthe iink ls andl the tk in
Jpian'd o)ver the ( lurnis to be cov..
urmure Id. Only ' no sh-.wed the
aLtt uign (o1 beeoung faiint and
icy iiid.rclhad ott ( of tilo ) 0l1 wvith
arc.ly thui kntiwtedge that they
>. The1 irnmes will probably
Wver be kuiowhn ; they (10 not caro
i the puibicity, but the physi
ui wh> attended the case say
ait whilo they have seon many
stancees of tiho wonde'rfulneoss anid
rtingth of the love of the gentler ~
x they have nover seen anything
> egal this.. And wvhonr the sto
esi of couratge, deOvotion and love
corded( aire all made1( kniown the
ttl0 af fair ut Greonville will stand
igh, mullch higher than some we
ow think uire greater.
Iis but necessary to add that
n1l i l~~ s ecoveing rapidly
that1 wih .0 hale to 1provo1
(hti pain and sacrificts made
>y thosE, -who lovedihrhv o
>en in -vain.--The State.
--The good houmewif is- r
muc~h puzzledl these days to ges very
good amin er.- gtu
MWii . ln~ ruggest, at Ldioi
vilo, Wri., ''thre of. Dyr, now of Grays.
~tl~in 'lyenr4I of couaimtii y
!andt atronig today. One was try itgt
!ol is propeity and( movo to A rizona,!
>.nL tafter ui~nma Nowv lisovery~ a short
nuo1) ho fonnid it mliOnOOs'ar'y to d1o so,
rngard le. Koig's :New JMcooery ~Oi the1
ntiO wvondorful muiine~~t ~ 'in to114,,
arel (Jongh andl Cold enre anid Throat
ud~ Lungi~ Ihialor'. Ounnranteed by the
. it'konis Drug Ogwpaniy, 500 and $1.
i'rlal bottle free,
Cleanses the system
thoroughly and clears
sallow complexions of
pimples and blotches.
It Is guaranteed
gest crops of corn,
be used liber'ally.
nds to the acre-with
8 per cent. available
per cent. POTASH,
portant factor in corn
books for farmers are
no cost or obligation
st, fund of.invaluable
N KAL WORKS.
Atlanta. Ga.-22% So. Broad Street.
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news
papers is sure to know of the wonderful
cures made by Dr.
the great kidney, liver
I and bladder remcdy.
A It Is the great mnedi
cal triumph of the nine
tcenth century; dis
covered after years of
sci'entific research by
Dr. Kilmer, the emi
S- - nent kidney and blad
der specialist, and is
wonderfully successful in promptly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
bles and Bright's Disease, which is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilrner's Swamp-Root is not rec
omrnmended for everything but if you have kid
ney, liver or bladder trouble it will he found
just the remedy you need. It has been tezted
inn o many ways, in hospital work, in private
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur
chase relief and has proved so successful in
every case that a special arrangement has
been made by which all readers of this paper
who have not already tried it, may have a
sample bottle sent free by mall, also a book
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
When writing mention reading this generous
offer in this paper and
send your address to
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingv-M
hamton, N. Y. The
regular fifty cent, and Homootr wamp-nloot.
dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.
Don't make any mistake, but remember
the - name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, and the address, Binghamton,
N. Y., on evory bottle.
CURES COUGHS, COLDS, CO
WHOOPING COUGH. 'ORI
LOSS OF VOICE LOOSENS
EXPECTORATION, IEEALS TJI
Endorsed by leading physician
Chilidren's Croup and W
t containe NO OPIATES. TI
hound Syrup is mild and benign, ii
as adults of every variety of ten
Read This Remarkt
MRS. B. W. EVANS, clearwate
was slek for three month~s and the do
sumptlon, We procured a bottieof I
(6 ourd him HeOi no& weit mas
In the house, and think A haese a<
Easy to Take; Sure to Cure; E
THEREE SBEZESa 93
BALLARD'S SNOW LINEN'l
SOLD AND RE003
says the doctor to many of his
dloesn't know of any medicinal tre
cure ty'omb or ovarimn troubies, e:
That such a medicine exists,
by the w'onderful cures perfori
mn thousands of cases, by
IT CURES WON
it has saved the lives of
women, and has rescued thou
melancholy lifetime of chronic
you, if you' wvill only give it a
Sold at every drug store in $
WRITE US A LETTER
Pubeld a 1 timidity andi writ4a hs"I
dlel ncetilankly, in strietest conf II'
Aid troubles 1e wilan re die "
Wily SUFFIR FiOM IC aEU MATJS31
Why aifer from hemiUatjim wh1en
mon appflivitioni of Chaniberine's Paitn
Balm wd1 r.lieve t pau? The quick
relief which tis liniment uaflwrdsi makes
rost and islep po.sible, and that alione is
worth II.AIy timoi(i it- COt. Many wIho
have umt d Ui hoping oily for a short ro
Ii' f from uITiTnI..: have boon happily
ur prised to fin, I titak after awhtilo the .e
bei it olmo peirmnileit. Mres. V. 11.
Leggett ol Ylu't Y11a1, L'enurssce, U. S.
A., writcm. "I ami a great sutferer from
ceallematism, all ovor from heiaid o food
ind Chawberlain'ti Pain Bidin i.4 tho on ly
thing thtt will relievo tho pain." For
alo by P'iokens Drug Co. and T. N.
- One hears very littlo talk about
politics those days. Tho lack of talk
>n this subject is a very good irdica
ion that people have to') much bwsi
ness on their hauda to waste time oij
idle political gossip.
THE PHLI GM AND EASE
s ao the BEST remedy for
hooping Cough because
te action of Ballard's Hore.
is adapted to Infant s, as well
iperament and constitution.
r, Kas. writes:--"My husband
ntors told me he had quick con.
3allard's Horehound Syrup, and
a, but we always keep a bottig
anal for~ pulmonary disease.
very Bottle Guaranteed.
r CO., - ST. LOUIS, M0.
lady patients, b~ecause hc 1I
atment that will positive ly 9
<cept the surgeon's knife.
however, has been proved ~
ned on diseased women, ..
thousands of weakc, ack
sands. of others from a
nvalldism. It will cure
chance. Try it.I
GAVE UiP SUPPOR.TER
rtOn u i er r f41 V'V. t
n n~t~i li . 1' t9t.r
ny~~t at i se r I
ditevr a ut ring wonum.
ONLY REMEDY THAT CU
1HEUMATISM TO STAY
after all othe
sweeps all the poilsor
"Makes Vct Wel All Over." Those pains are danger
eatens the entire system. Headaches, Pains, Bad Tust
ing ndicnc thait you need
EMV ES TH CAUS E
itt Chemical co.. 1uly 8, 5c s: fro td yetr.
ir Sirs: I was .a11d I ba;t No -ecmber with .TietIst minlator. of
n t m i t d nkle i t i aficr Johns o
Ote4of R!N b ''i.!h~~ . .:Iv I'm o l WIwiu, vr oD ito S. C.,
Ii le e 1 -i f i n. i-i a'd was wort dravn e gainst
twa tr t o -; at oto. Sarnpl t;Ottic
itl1rot jm m:aj'' o .I -m t' ed Ito
t has I] (t v '''e1a. e;' ,alamIf)-or jima ally
"iic for B eatimi aii 'rve;t. t OBBITT CH
rbody that I recoimended it to has had the
resu ts. Your; very truly.
11. RANAGAN. Maniager.
Quincy ndusti o-or tSociety. The
R. EITOR: Please say to your roalersi and my frio
Complete line of Relia'le goods whieh I have for i1hc
fact, at the prices which I am quoting I consitler t
marry a little of "anythin! and everything," and am sollim
fF YOU NEED HEAVY WINTER SIIOES, We h1
WEAR end HEAVY KNIT SHIRTS; alo, a good line of (
From now until Christmas we invite the ladies to ca
ill DRY GO1 S, DRESS GOODS, NOTIONS, etc.
Will make the same offer as the above to the men f(
Trunks, Valises, Gents' Furnishings, etc. The licest line
Flour, salt and barbed wire by the car load to go at
A complete bne of the good kind of furniture ai: ni
Iron King stoves and Chatlanooga Nlows--two very necena
the bost of their kind on the markot. Chinaware, Gla;ssw
A full l ine of Undertalkers' goodls and a nice Hea11rse.
Your patrounage solicited and you wvill beh treated rig
P. 5.-AllI persons owing the esh.to <f W. T. Mei 'all
is early as possible.
TRADE~ PARtW A.
FARMERS' BONE fe:
our competitors to advertise]
to be "just as good." F
original Fish Guano, and, to
buyers should be sure that our
This is the only guarantee tha1
*orf.k, . F. S. ROYSTER
LIGHiT, MIBDIUM AND lHEAVY
FOR EVERY KIND OF WORK
ENGINES AND BOILERS
AND SIZFIS AND F~OR I3VERY '
CLASS OP SPIRVIC8.Ir
ASK POR OUR I3STIMATl3 BRPORB rLDL'p,.
PL.ACING YOUR ORDER. .W4ICUW
GIBBES M CHI N ERY COMPA NY
W__C MI, .Oe R KN EDIer
Rheumatism is an internal dis
ease and requires an internal remedy.
EUMIACID1 "Gets at the Joints from
Ic," and that is the reason It Cures
r remedies have failed. Rheumacidd
ious germs and acids out of the blood
signals, warning you of a disease that
c in the Mouth, that ''No-Account"
CF THE PAIN.
r. Marv Weibcrn, of High Point, N. C., after she
c' Revt. J. Ut. Whoalcr, (0 years old, a leading
t..t'Artoqrn, Md. Cured John F. Eliln. of Baltl
.! Hoipital had complatoly failed. Cured James
Ji'r hoo hn <e in bca c:drm: years and his legs
- . -a fJetter tjt a bottle from your Druggist
and L.zwd-4wk FiEE U you scnd 5 cents for postage.
E MICA L CO., Proprietors, BALTIMORE.
Danger in Delay.
d(. that I am11 "'still at the Old Stand," with ia
r inspectioi 11n1d salid at very closo figures. In
gods are Rl:iro Hargains. Toll thom that, 1
t a close luproii..
1i.m ; also, SUJTS, PA NTS, UNDER
I and we vitl make them close prices on
>1:k. on Clotlihig, Shoes, Hate, Underclothing,
of theso g d - we L.ave uvor carried.
)riees tat defy compel~titionl.
co mlattinig, enrIpeting and rugs. Agent fmi
ry things in overy well regulatod tamily and
ire, Agat~ewaro, Tpinwaire and other ware that
li. Guy MocFalIl
will p1le.tM' come forw:tid inel make settlemnt
ed popularity of Royster's"
rtilizer has induced some of
F~ish Guano, claiming theirs
ARMERS' BONE is the
prevent being imposed upon
' trade-mark is on every bag.
t you are getting the genuine
GUANO GO.ANTarboro, N. 0.
EDisa point Our Pationts~
Ietention fromi bruanm;s contagctousa Hiood -
ithouit muercury or inoral mtxCture; peo
VigarI'Positively caret; no at1tI,miflat but po1'nenet
lawno tho uiato of o 2rh fo ih ti~'t o n :one
thi itititon is the oi (fln til AipeoiIIt o.
by a staff of eunnnt p a S ai,, and at --~,,
sod: we fas both tuoidical ne'ud eloctrin ca enotes
ies, X ay, violet ray *nc J~ei ray; n t ,frai
contrivanoo known to) the med cai profovn ra
trained and effetr . tt etn , reual q ua11 6 -i
Oind llOonsed phlysiclia being its charge.
0t . -).' (' unaske f r literature areso
to $10.(0 pe nuoth. (snodleiun ifo;uld and
anco of a euro with in a speucified thne.g
0C?110It DISEASESa-ontt,"y "" cu e - -
eucq0 Kidney and nideIroubles, Rhb umnatla
aIup u re, S lydrocolo. Drahs,. Losses, aeto., endalp
iisen-e. Tntnors and muulignant trouble.U tns t
(ia ,,o i)aeqs o Vmen, ach as hpae~
Unit a ralI.h re ndsc weknie Of womien
loralure, inel'ang sympIto m blank. for o ane m re.
I' IXAMINATION AND ADVICE FRED.