Newspaper Page Text
e using Uates emmaso s
C. E RBNSON. EDiL s
THURSDAY. M t 1912.
"The Abundance of The Heart."
Men are usually judged by
their fellows here by the things
they do and say. Indeed this
Is the only way one can form
an estimate of another. The
things that issue from the mouth
are naturally supposed to pro
ceed from the heart, and like a
sign board, point to the good or
bad in the heart. If this prom
ise is correct then what, we ask
in all seriousness, can be the esti
mate of thoughtful, intelligent
men of the commonwealth of
South Carolina and her chief
executive, judged by the words
and conduct of the latter.
The following is a brief ac
count of a speech delivered by
Gov. Blease last Friday:
Dillon, June 14. Gov. Blease
spoke at Pages Mill yesterday
morning and at Dillon in the
afternoon. He had a large
audience in Dillon.
He said that there was but
one governor of South Carolina
and that he was "that one."
He supposed that he had par
doned more people since his elec
tion to the governorship than had
been pardoned by any one gov
ernor in a number of years,
and that he expected to con
tinue this policy as he would at
least be governor for five months
after the election. He justified
his pardoning record on the
ground that petitions were sign
ed from the communities of
those whom he pardoned, and in
many cases they were signed by
the 'urymen that convicted and
by the solicitor and by attorneys
He said that he had no answer
to charges that had been made
against him and that he would
make none-that he would wait
until they were face to face.as
a man that would make charges
against another Iihis back was
te and that such a
He said that he had beaten
the supreme court to a frazzle
and that he was going to beat a
a one-time member of that
court again when election time
He stated that he was not
popular with the newspapers be
cause he did not permit them to
dictate his policies and that
when they had published false
hoods against him and they
were later disproved, the news
papers refused to publish cor
As to lynching he endorsed
what has been published about
him, saving that when a negro
laid his hands on a white wom
an the sooner he was put six
feet under the ground the better
and that he had aot spent the
people's money in'sending State
militia to shoot down the good
white people of South Carolina
to protect such a brute and that
he was not going to do it.
His friends, he stated, were
the people that he was going to
stick to and that any one
present might be assured if they
voted against him they could
count on him for nothing. He
especially liked his friends, say
ing that if they went to heaven
--anted~to be with them, and
If they went to hell he wanted
to be there-"let me be with my
He spoke at Latta last night.
We ask our readers to read
carefully every word and reason
out what manner of governor
we have. He boasts of the fact
that "he had pardoned more
people since his election to the
governorship than had been
pardoned by any one governor
in a number of years," and will
continue to do so. We ask why
have courts, judges and juries
run the counties to so much ex
The contempt he shows for
the supreme court is very evi
dent when he said he had them
beaten to a frazzle and shows
that he wants to exercise the
powers of the "one governor"
but would usurp the functions
of this department of govern
ment as well. They are pup
pets unless subservient to his
will. And to cap the climax he
publicly serves notice that he is
the governor of those only who
vote for him, as he assured
those that voted against him
"could count on him for noth
ing-" and if his friends make
their bed ii hell 'he wanted to
be with them.'
Mr. Greg Mauldin Announces
Mr. Greg T. Mauldin announ
ces, in this issue, his candidacy
for cotton weigher. As there is
yet no other candidate for this
office, Mr. Mauldin will proba
bly be elected without opposi
Folger, Thornley & Co. are
having a fine trade in automo
biles. They recently sold two
handsome Mitchell Cars, one toi
Mr. J. McD. Bruce and one to]
Mr I. M. Mauldn
I wish to state to my friend
iat on account of my recen
tckness, and owing to my ph3
ical condition, also with the a(
ice of my doctor, I have deci(
d net to make the race th
ummer for County Treasure
Lnd hereby withdraw my ai
iouncement. I desire to that
ill my friends for their intere
hown me in this matter.
hope, however, to fill the une
pired term of office to the ve:
best of my ability, and tu:
same over to my successor
first class shape.
Yours yery respectfully,
J. T. Richey.
Another Cotton Holding P1
(Continued from page 3)
ing in a non-perishable produ
of which the South has t
monopoly (and the world mi.
have it) and that has a substa
tial intrinsic value, and is ;
ways salable and is the secuil
for the bonds, and the only p<
sible loss that could ever occ
is in the price remaining
twelve cents and never advar
ing sufficient to pay the exp(
ses of operating the plan so
to enable the State to sell
holdings. The mills must ha
the cotton and to prevent ab
lute suspensionof business th
will pay the i of a cent nec
sary for the State to unlot
But you say it will cause an:
crease in the production of c
ton, and so much will be rais
beyond the requirements of t
world that the ability of t
State to finance the bcheme v
be exhagsted, and that gene:
ruin will result, The answer
thatunder present conditioL
is impossible for us to'har
more than sixteen million ba
of cotton. We faitst to do it L
year an'ven with ideal weal
-rior picking and hauling
we would be strained to oura
most to do it, for every practii
farmer knows that all the cott
remaining in the field is hari
worth gathering and must
then plowed in the ground
make room for the next cr<
True, you may say, but we
going to invent cotton pick<
to pick out before Janua
twenty million or more bales
cotton, what then? You ha
not done it yet ~and you ha
been trying along this line:j
fifty years and have never si
ceeded and never will. Soi
one may say this is paternalis:
The answer is that it is the du
of the government to proti
not only the lives and libert
of the citizens, - but also I
prperty, and if there is a:
property in the world that is e
dangered and ruthlessly tak
from him every year witho
benefit of clergy, it is the cctt
of the farmers without regard
its merits, by the capitalisi
Oui- farmers need protecti4
to manufactured goods 1
operation of the tariff enrich
New England. Why not gi
protection to our cotton grows:
Germany produces most of t:
potash that the wo'"ld must ha
and is now moving to fix t:
price so that it may coin weal
out of this industry for its pf
The plan proposed is no non
governmental proceedure. 'V
have had a great, successf
precedent set us by a sister]i
public. The coffee producti,
under low prices was languis
ing and verging on bankrupt
when a beneficent governme
came to their rescue, bong
their crops of coffee at a pro
to thenm and then let t
world have it at an advanc
price as it was needed for co
sumption. The results ha
been magical, insolvency
coffee growers has been change
solvency and every interest
the country has been benefite
It is true that we can impro
on Brazil's plan and profit 1
its experience. One thing, ho'
ever, is absolutely certain, ai
that is that they have demo
strated that the place is prac1
Nowv, Mr. Editor, I think ti
plan is the safest and best gua
aat can give the South weal
ntold, you let the farmers ha'
i basis for his business, a fix
price made by law of the Sout
ern States. and you will see
business thrive. Tell me
here any sense in cott<
being at 8M cents in Novemh
1911. and IM r.onts in May 191
1 think this pe should be at
tated in the 'ampaign th
summer. If there is any thir
rough about it let us know, a1
if there is a better, safc
stronger plan, let us know
[ will ask those that may, ar
s running for the house of Re
'esentative to give this plai
and discuss it before the peop
f the country, and agree1
aring it before the house ar
lave it discussed there.
Joel H. Miller.
I-hereby announce iyself a candidate for the
United States Senate, subject to the rules of
the Democratic party. Your support and in
iuence will be appreciai!d.
.- - .- - DIAL,
MR. F- S. EVANS is hereby announced as a
iS candidate for Congress. from the Third Con
gressional district subject to the action of the
voters in the Democratic Primary- election, the
result of which he promises to abide.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
k Congress from the Third Congressional District
of South Carolink, subject to the action of the
st voters of the District in the I)emocratic primar
is MARCUS C. LONG.
Walhalla, S. C.
I hereby announce' myself a- candidate for
Solicitor of the 10th Judicial Circuit and
i pledge to abide the result of the Democratic
Primary and to support nominees thereof.
JNO. M. DANIEL.
For House of Representatives.
At the solitation of many friends, I hereby
announce myself a candidate for the House of
Representatives from Pickens County, subject
to the action of the Democratic party in the
primary election. J, M. Haacock.
For Clerk of Court.
MR. A. J. BOGGS is hereby announced as a
candidate for re-election to the office of Clerk
of Court for Pickens county subjpct to the
action of the voters in the coming Primary
election, the-result of which he promises to
it I hereby aiinounce myself a candidate for the
office of Clek of Court for Pickens County
subject to the rules of the Democratic primary
election. 0 0. S. STEVV ART.
The many friends of Mr. J. H. G. McDANIEL
hereby announce him as a candidate for the of
tice of Clerk of Court for Pickens County. sub
ject to the action of the voters in the, Demo
ur cratic primary election.
at For Sheriff
LC I hereby announce myself a candidate for
re-election to the office of Sheriff for Pickens
fl County. subject to the will of the voters in the
coming primary election, the result of which I
as promise to abide. R. R. Roark.
its I hereby announce myself a candidate for the
office of Sheriff of Pickens County subject to -
e the will of the voters in the coming primary
election, the result of which I promise to abide.
)0- J. C. Jennings
ey For County Treasurer.
A t the iolicitation of mpany friends, I hereb,
d. nnouemyself a candidate for the office of
county Treasurer, snbject to the action of the
n- Democratic voters in the Primary election, the
results of which ipromise to abide.
ALONZO L. EDENS.
ed The many friends of Mr. J. D. Aiken hereby
announce him as a candidate for the office of
ie County Treasurer subject to the action of the
voters in the primary election.
he . -.
The many friends of Mr. J. P. HYDE here
by announce him as- a candidate for the of
i lice of County Treasurer subject to the
Action of the voterslu the Democratic pri
- ; Theiriends of Mr. Eb.H.' Field:h.ereby an
i dounce him. as a candidate for the office of
- ounptyTreasuier subject to- the .wJ1 of the
Democratic voters in -the approaching primary
I hereby announce myself a candidite for the
S office of County Treasurer of Pickens County
subjcct to the rules of the Democratic Primary. a
.h-i tayvlor Htewart.
tFor County Supt. of Education
I hereby respectfully announce myself a can
a1didate for re-elction to the office of- Superin
tendent of Education, subjects to the action of
On the Democratic party in the Primary election. t
[ly R. T. HALLUM.
be For Auditor.
3R. N. A. CH RISTOPH ER is hereby announc
to ed as a candidate for re-election to the office
of county A uditor, subject to the action of the
voters in the Democratic Primary election, the I
iresult of whIch he promises to abide.
S For County Commnissioner
The ariends of Mir. G.- Wash Bowen hereby I
Of nnoncehim as a candidate for Couiity Comn
missioner, subject to the action of the voters in
e the primary electIon. - t
e The many friendsof JA MES M. LA WRENCE I
Srbannounc~e him as a candidate for re- -
.or letintothe office of County Commissioner
Csubject to the people in the democratic pri-.
ne The many friendsof J. LUTHER BlAGWElLL
hereby announce him as a candidate for re
i1. election to the office of County Cowsmissioner.
subject to the action of the voters in the
tDemocratic Primary electien.
~Ct Mr. s. BI. Moore is hereby announced as a
candidate for the office of County Commission
gg5 er subjec~t to the action of the voters in the
For Cotton Weigher.
A t solicitation of many friends I hereby 'an
nounce myself for the position of cotton weigh
uer for the township ofPickens, subjcct to tha
action of voters on August 20th.
GRlG-:G T. MiA ULDIN.
;iC Notice of School Election
STATE OF f-O.UTH CAROLINA (
-County of-Pickens. . . -
WVhasreas,. pe-titionl froms the freehold
ers andi electot s of Gates District No.
E'd 22, has ben tiled with shieCounty Board.
Ve of Education, asking for a special elec
-s? tion to detirmine whethcr or not an ad
dditional extra ?evy of two mills shall be
levied on said District for school pur
die It appearing to the C<-unty Board of
th Education that the petitiorn meets the
- requirements of the law. ]I
Therefore, it is ordered that the Trus
-el tees of above named District do ho'd
an election in said District at the school
ehouse within said District on Saturday
ul June-.29th 1912, for the above stated J
'e- purpose. . The Trustees of the District
yare hereby appointed Managers of said
h election. Said election to be conducted
according to the requirements of Sec
3 tion 1208 of the General Statutes.
nt By order of the County Board of Ed
atR. T. HALLUM, -
4t9 Sec. and Chr.
a-. Summons for Relief.
e State of South CarolinaI
of Pickens County.~
3dCourt of Common Pleas
in Summons for Relief (Compaint Served) s
d.A. M. Morris Plaintiff
Ve Agaiust -
lL. E. Looper, b
iTO THE DEFEND)Ar.ABOVE NAMED: C
9~ You are Hereby Summoned and re- E
1- qusred to answer the complaint in this t<
.action, which is filed in the office of the l1
18clerk of court for Pickens county on 1)
ethis date and to serve a copy of your
hanswer to the said complaint on* the E
7 subscriber at his office at greenville C.H. -i.
ad S. within twenty days afterithe se ice i,
a hereof, exclusive of the day of, abclt
ti service; and if you fail to answe .the p
iS complaint within the time aforesai&.'the' )
il Plaintiff in this action will apply to -the ti
3r JCourt for the relief demanded in the
I- Dated June 8, A. D. 1912 p,
1 A. J. Boggs (seal) el
tI C.G P. B. A. Morgan, qi
1( Plaintiff's A ttorneys. S<
r, To the de-fendant above named:
t. Please take notice, the summons of ti<
i which the foregoing is a copy. and the
p- complaint in the above stated action 4t
3 was filed in the office of the clerk of a
le court for said county and state on the 8
0 day of June, 1912, and is now on file
d in said office.
June 8,192 . og- r
at-12Puff's A ttys, 1 i
See us f(
Sole agents for Wall
Iron King Stoves, New H(
ell Wagons and Mitchell.,
KEEP I. PERFECT HEALTI.
You owe It to yourself, your family an
our work to keep in the best possible cot
tion. If you have strong, ready muscle
-rich, heathy blood and a clear brain, yo
an do more and better work and reall
ve, and enjoy living and be a blessingt
ose you love.
Much of the eternal grouch and man
E the aches and pains you see every da
re caused directly by a lazy, torpid, ove1
rorked liver, and all of that may be abs<
tely cured by R. L. T. (Richardson
carive Tonic). One fifty-cent or dolla
ottle of this magnificent tonic will prov
o you that it is the finest laxative and tlI
uickest strength building tonic ever o:
ered sick, suffering humanity. Get a bo1
le from your druggist today, and keep
iways in the family medicine -chest read
> put the Liver rightfin one night or cur
alaria, consipation, 'or bilios feversi
e shortest possible time. If not on sa]
ayour town, write B. L. T. Co., Andea
>n, S. C.
A Perfect Tonic
TIE BEST UIVEI MEDICINE
50&$100per Bte. AIIDrug Stores.
OR THE BRIDE,
nothing can be so appropriat
and attractive :s some of ou
alluring new designs in
Of course a woman doesn'
need to be a bride to appreci
ate a gift of such exquisit
We also carry table silve]
ware and many novelties tha
suggest presents for Weddings
Graduation and Birthday s.
Caailey, S4. C
Notice of School Election.
'A7. OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Pickens,
Whereas, a petition from the fre
lders and electors of Roanoke Die
ict number 21 has filed with th
ounty Board of Education asking sai<
ard for permission to hold an electioc
determine whether or not an extra
vy of 4 mills shall be levied on sai<
istrict for school purpcses:
It appearing to the County Board o
ducation that the petition meets thi
~quirents of the law:
12herefdge it is::he jeby, ordered tha
ia4rusis of dhie aboved namned: Dis
ing do~hld an: .lection in above name<
itict. .for .the above stated purposie
eelection to .be ,held at the schoo
use on July 6th. The Trustees o
e above named District are hereby ap
)inted managers of said election. Thi
ction to be held according to the re
drements of Section 1208 of the
By order of County Board of Educa.
10 Sec, & Chr.
FdR SALE-Two good fresh
- T. E.. Craig.
.8 Central. R 2.
nts for The Babco
'able, best finish<
>uggy on the mark
>r a classy Buggy,
ar Tires, Inner Ti
~s. Hats and Gents' Furnishing I
-Over and Boyden Shoes, Carl
me Sewing Machines,Chase City
I . E. BOOGS W. E. FINDLE
BOGGS & FINDLEY
Pickens S. C.
DR. R. E. INGOLD
Liberty, S. C.
ePractice at Central every Wedneda;
tJ. A. McCalloughi B. F. Mart
*E. M. Blythe
Mcalloug, Martin & Blyti
Vasonic Temple Greenville, S.
MARTIN, GREENE & EARLE
Anderson, S. C.
Practice in all Courts.
T~he famous Piedmont section, Nor
East Gieorgia. The land of opportumnt
Special inducement to fruit growei
.dairymen, stockmen and poultryme
A great demand for diversified farmin
Some products to sell every
cionmo market and best prices. Twe:
ty odd Tourii't hotels in Hlabersha
County. (both summer and winter
-N4orts), o:.l 78 miles from Atlanta<
main line of Southern Railway to Was
ington, D. G. Ten acreg 'apple archa
produced 3300) buehels of apples nettii
$3900.00. Equally as good for peach
pecans.ZR apes etc. The best of farmii
ands will produce from 1 to 2 bales
cotten. 00 to 100. bushels of corn p
&cr.-. 1 esides large crops of small gra
andl hay. 1Ture water, fine climate.
mosquitoes. isplendid scenery, fi
schooils an~d c'iurcheL. 1800) feet elev
tion. P'ie s ranIg fr im $5.00 to $25.
per acre. SeintL for descriptive Pamp
let andl price list.
CORNELIAaRTAL ESTATE AND
NOTICE-I have peas f<
sale. B. P. Kelly,
e t9 Central, S. C., R. 3.
Dr. Simmons Squaw Vine Wine
is prepared expressly for the ail
ments of women. - It contains
ingredients which act directly on
the delicate female constitution,
mildly and pleasantly--yet it ex
Sercises a most beneficial effect
-all through the system.
Overcomes weakness, nervous
ness and irritability. Gives prompt
relief from the depressing bear
ing-down pains, backaches, nau
sea and irregularities which cause
so much suffering and despond
ency. It has a most happy effect.
Restores strength, renewed hope.
cheerfulness and the energy and
will to perform the duties of the
household which formerly were
so trying and distasteful.
Sold by Druggists and Dealers
Price $1 Per Bottle
C. F.SIMMONS MEDICINE CO.
KEO WEE PHARMACY
~d, and lightest
City Buggy, and(
Wagon, or Au
bes and Auto
ioods a Specialty.
art Overalls, Hawes Hats,
and Babcock Buggies,Mitch
Notice of School Election
.State of Sonth Carolina,
County of Pickens.
- Whereas. a petition from the free
holders and electors of Praters Dis
trict. No. 23. has been filed winh the
C..ounty Board of Education, asking
for a special election to determine
whether or not an extra levy of 4 mills
shall be leviect on said District for
It appearing tothConyBadf
.. Education that the petition meets the
requirements of the law.
Therefore, it is ordered that the Trus
tees of the above named District do
hold an election in said District at the
school house within said District on
Saturday. July 6th, 1912. for the
above stated pur pose. The Trustees if
a the District are hereby appointed man
- agers of said election. Said election to
be conduct4' according to the requir
menits of Section 1208 of the General
By order of County Board of Educd
R. T1. Hallum,
4t-10 Co. Supt. Ed.
I Your Horse
needs Pratts Healing Oint
ment. It is the greatest ]
remedy in the world for
scratches. It will quick
t ly clean the legs and heal ]
all sores and cracks. Al
so cures harness and sad
g. die galls. 25 and 50c box -
hPICKENS DRUG Co.
3 1912 Almnanuc ad Stock Book
h. Scholarship and Entrance Exam-,
The examination for the award of va
cant scholarships in Winthrop College (
and for the admiiss-on of new studemts
ewill be held at the County Court House
n on Friday. July 5. at 9 a. m. Appli
cants must be no: less than fifteen years
Sof age. WVhen Scholarships are vacant
_after July 5 they will be awarded to
3those making the highest average at 1
this examination, provided they meet ,
h- the conditions governing the award.
Applicants for scholarships should write
to President Johnson before the exam'I
nation for Scholarship axamiination
Scholarships are worth $100 and free (
- tuition. The next session will open
September 18, 191s. For further infor- t
)r mation and catalogue, address Pres. D.
B. Johnson, Rack Hill. 5, C.
on Pratts Baby Chick
Food, and get them safelv
over the danger line, the
first three weeks. It's a
wonderful strength giver
and makes success certain
10c., 25c., 50c.
FOLGER, THORNLEY &Co
191i2 Amnanac and Stock ttook F'IEE
C >unt.l of~ Pickenis.
Byv J. B. Newbhery, Fr >aiteJu Ige.
Wherea-.M-s. Laie Pilgrim madef
suit to m- Io granrther 'Aitn the will an- r
nw.aed, !et ter. of A dmiristration of the
Esrori and effets of A mos A Pilrim. d
Thej,.e are th.'refore. to cite anid ad
mnoni-h all and singular the kindred and
credlitors , f lhe said Amtis A. P'i'grim
demd'ha' t Ib. be and aippear beforeU
me. in the C. urt of Prob~at to be h'eld
at Pickenis onT th- 4th day of July
1912 next. after publication hereof, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon, to show cause,q
if any they have, whv the said admninis- O
tration should rnot be granted.
Given under my hand this 12 day of
July Anno Domini 1912.
ti J. B. Newbery, J. P. P. C.
For Tnfants and Children.p
Ihe Kind Yea Hare Alwajs Bought
. Vacation Stationery
We are showing a Mighty Pretty
line of Sfationtjy.
Very Latest thing oai.
Will be glad to have you call.
9 ethe preparation
Dodson s Livertone, that takes the
R place of calomel, has arrived.
It is pleasant to take and does its work mildly
and surely. Price fifty cents per bottle.
Pickens Drug Comp'y
One DoliarA Year
Hetrick Hosiery Mills
Afford ideal employment for girls and women: also for boys and young men
who wish to learn a trade, and earn good wages.
Hours: Begin 6.35 a. m., and work till 12 noon, Dinner. 45 minutes. Begin
.45 p. m , and quit at 6,15 p. m,, except Saturdays, when work stops at noon
NeaE mill village on tract of 30 acres. Four, five and six room cottages. Rent
Ifty cents per room per month.
Good pasture. 15 acres with spring branch water, rent free.
A musements: Baseball diamond adjoining beautiful park of three acres.
Hetrick Hosiery Mills
WALHALLA, S. C.
Time for Side
This is the time to side-dress your cotton. Ginners will
ell you thi.t thirteen hundred pounds of see~.d cotton that has
een side-dressed will turn off as heavy a bale of cotton as
fteen hundred pounds of seed cotton that has not been side
ressed. Two hundred pounds of 4-[o-2 applied to an acre
f cotton as a side-dresser wilt increase the yield at least three
undred pounds of seed cotton to the acre. This three hun
fred pounds of seed cotton, 'the way you farmers have im
roved your cotton, will turu off about one hundred and
wenty-five pounds of lint at twelve cents a pound will bring
ou $1 5.00-at ten cents a pound, it will bring you $i 2.50
nd the two hundred pounds of 4-1o-2 will cost you $4.20,
nd two hundred pounds of 4-7-2 will cost $3.40. The dif
rence in these figures represents the extra profits which you
iill make on an acre of cotton by side dressing. Besides the
atisfaction of having a fine cotton crop, it helps a man's feel
gs, and helps his standing in the community, and helps his
redit to have a fine cotton crop. The time has passed in this
ountry when a man can maintain his respectability and raise
Bumble bee cotton.",
The fertilizer you use in side-dressing pays you better
an any fertilizer you.use. It prevents the cotton'sshedding,
he reason cotton sheds is because it has not sufficent plant
od. There is only a smnai! fraction of an ounce of plant food
~ets to each cotton plant when you fertilize in the Spring, and
f this the rains wash away some, the grass gets some, and
ere is a verry little left tor the cotton plant.
Now, when your cotton plant begins to fruit, there is an
dded strain on the plant, and just at the tinie the strain is
~reatest on cotton plant tile supply of the plant has diminished
nd is growing Jess. The result is the cotton sheds its fruit
~eople who do not side--dress their cotton lose from one
urth to one-third of their crop every year by shedding.
The farmers of Anderson county side-dressed more last
ear than they ever did. You do not put enough corn and
dder in your stalls for your mules on Monday morning to
ast until Saturday night, and you would not think of putting
~nogh corn and fodder in your stall fot your mules in April
> last until November, but yet that is what you are doing
i.ith cotton. You are trying to give it enough plant food in
~pril to last until November. This plan will work in making
tton, after a fashion, but you will not get the crops and you
ill not get the clear money that you will get if you side-dress.
you put your stock under a heavy strain, you increase their
~ed. Now, when your cotton is under an increased strain by
ason of its fruiting it will pay you handsomely to give it ad
itional plant food.
Do not confuse ths side-dresser of ours with ether side
essinig fertilizer wh'ere the ammonia is derived solely from
itrate of soda. Thi~is side-dresser of ours has soda to act
uickly and blood, tankaige, cotton seed meal and fish to carry
ri the work which the soda commences, and is infinitely better,
r the crop.
Apply as early as you possibly can.
Full supplies of these go->ds kept at the Farmers 0il
[ill and Excelsior Oil Mill.
NDERSON PHOSPHATE & OIL COMP~Y
Anderson, S. C.
. BR Freeman, Agt. Piens S. C.