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No End of Good Reasons
NLESS you buy carelessly, these
are a few of the features that will
lead you to the I H C line when you
buy a hay press. IHC presses are
provided with self-feeders, elimi
nating dangerous foot-feeding and increasing
capacity by even operation; the bale chamber
is of just the right height to permit convenient
tying of the bales; the bale tension and roller
tucker make for uniform, compact and attrac
tive bales; the toggle joint plunger is the most
powerful and simple compressing device ever
used on a hay press ? though producing great
est pressure, it requires least power to operate.
IHC Hay Presses
cannot be surpassed in convenience, durability,
simplicity, and economy of operation. They
will put your loose hay into neat, compact
bundles, occupying but one-fifth the former
space, increasing your available barn room,
and making it possible to sell your hay in dis
tant localities at the highest market prices.
You will find three sizes, i4 x 13, 16 x 18,
and 17 x 22-inch bale chamber, in the IHC
hay press line, baling, at a most conservative
estimate, from six to sixteen tons per day. If
your choice is a horse power press, you will be
interested by its special features, the pull
f)owcr principle, compound leverage, and the
ow step-over. If you desire a motor press,
study the durable power jack. Remember,
too, that this is an all year round machine, for
the engine may be detached and used as a
regular portable power plant to run saw, pump,
cream separator, churn, feed grinder, electric
light plant, repair shop, etc.
Study IHC hay presses at the local dealer's.
Get catalogues from him, or, write the
International Harvester Company of America
Columbia S. C.
Pains All Over!
"You are welcome," says Mrs. Nora Guffey, of Broken
Arrow, Okla., "to use my letter in any way you wt\nt to,
if it will induce some suffering woman to try CarduL. I had
pains all over, and suffered with an abscess. Three phy
sicians failed to relieve me. Since taking Carduj, I tin in
better health than ever before, and that means much to me,
because I suffered many years with womanly troubles, of
different kinds. What other treatments I tried, helped me
for a few days only."
Don't wait, until you are taken down sick, before tak
ing care of yourself. The small aches and pains, and other
symptoms of womanly weakness and disease, always mean
worse to follow, unless given quick treatment
You would always keep Cardui handy, if you knew
what quick and permanent relief it gives, where weakness
and disease of the womanly system makes life seem hard
to bear. Cardui has helped over a million women, Try it
Writs to: Ladle*' Advisory Dept. Chattanooga, Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Teao.,
tor Spttai Instructions, and M-pag* book. "Hoot* Treatment (or Women," aeot fraa, } St
CHARLESTON & WESTERN CAROLINA RAILWAY.
Change in Schedules, effective Sunday, June 8 1913.
Bot ween Augusta and Spartan burg?Main Line.
3 17 2 4 8
4:26 pm 11:00 am Lv Augusta Ar 12:10 p m 7:05 p m
7:06 1:24 Crcenwood 9:25 4:40
7:23 1:42 Coronaco 9:08 4:23
7:10 1:58 Waterloo 8:52 4:08
7:49 2:07 Cold Point 8:42 3:59
7:56 2:14 Maddens 8:35 3:52
8:01 2:19 Irby 8:29
,s: 10 pm 2:25 pm 8:30 am Lv Laurens Ar 8:20 am 3:i0 pm 7:50 pm
8:23 8:48 Ora 8:03 7:32
8:35 8:55 Lanford 7:56 7:25
f:40 2:50 9:00 lOnoree 7:51 3:14 7:20
8:56 3:02 9:17 Woodruff 7:35 3:02 7:01
9:08 9:29 Swltzer 7:22 6:51
9:14 9:35 Moores 7:16 6.4.")
9:24 9: 43 Roebuck 7 :07 6:37
9:40pm 3:40pm 10:00am Ar Spartanburg Lv 6:50a m 2:25pm 6:20pm
Between Laurens nnd Greenville.
55 52 51 54 53 56
8:10 2:40 pm 8:30am Lv Laurens Ar 8:20am 1:45pm 7:25pm
8:22 2:52 8:42 Doubling 8:09 1:33 7:11
8:28 2:68 8:48 Barksdalo 8:03 1:29 7:06
8:34 3.06 8:55 Cray Court 7:57 1:22 7:00
8:39 3:11 8:59 O wings 7:53 1:17 6:55
8:63 3:21 0:13 Fountain Inn 7:40 1:03 6:42
u:or? 3:38 9:25 SlmpsottVlllo ":29 12:50 6:30
g.'lfl ::;:,i 9:36 Mauldln 7:17 12:38 6:is
9:35 pm 4:10 v m 9:56am Ar Greenville Lv 7:00am 12:20 pm 6:00 pm
FHINEST WILLIAMS, 0. P. A., A. VV. ANDERSON, Gen. Mgr.,
Augusta. Ca. Augusta, Ga.
CONGRESSMAN JOHNSON ON CURRENCY. I
The Advertiser has received the fol
lowing letter from Congressman John
son on n topic which should be of
ureat interest to the citizens of this
House of Representatives,
August 11. 1913.
Editor The Advertiser:
For the benefit of your readers who
have not had full opportunity to keepl
in touch with happenings in Wash
ington, let tue write a short account
I of the management of pnblic money
under the Wilson Administration.
I How things have changed! The change
is for the better. It is refreshing We
have in Win. 0. McAdoo a Secretary of
the Treasury who thinks and acts in
the interest of the people. For niaitry
years the practice has been to deposit
witt.jut interest millions and millions
I of public money in certain large
hanks, mostly in New York. For in
stance, early in December 1907 four
big New York hanks had on deposit
forty-four millions of public money,
an average of eleven millions for each
hank. Shortly after Wilson's term be
gan, Secretary of the Treasury Mc
Adoo announced that public money In
excess of a working balance would1
he deposited in the banks, hut that
the hanks must pay interest on the
deposit at the rate of two per Cent
! per annum. DoWli our way we con
sider that mighty cheap money. The
big fellows who had been getting mil
lions and millions without interest
[for years and years and years and
making millions out of it were mad.
They were very mad. Some of the
big banks said they would not handle
Uncle Sam's money that way. I have
in min'd one hank which has made
many millions through tho accommo
dating actions of tin- Republican Ad
ministration. It refused to accept
any government money at two per
cent. I may also say that this big
bank has done all It could to f mbar
rass business by staying "Close to
Shore". This bank and other banks
have been anxious to prevent currency
and banking legislation at this ses
sion of Congress or during this ad
ministration as for that matter. There
is no doubt about it these batiks have
been increasing reserves and reduc
I in? loans. That means they ate koop
inn more casb In their valuts and
lendiug less. The hl?; follows have
been saying that they were doubtful
about the Democratic administration
and were remaining " Close to Shore".
Their talk and their conduct were cal
culated and were intended to Induce
small banks over the country to in
crease reserves atul curtail loans.
That would pinch the business world.
Money was getting uncomfortably
tight. The cotton crop was about to
come on the market. Some of us
were anxious and deeply concerned.
At ru opportune moment McAdoo an
nounced that he would deposit fifty
millions of public money in the banks
of the South and West to help move
the crops. That was splendid. The
big fellows wore madder than ever
at this foolish Democratic adminis
tration. Heretofore, even If public
funds were deposited to help move
crops, they were deposited without
interest in the bin banks in New York
and thence were sent to the South at
stiff interest rates. The Secretary of
the Treasury says that if titty mil
lions will riot relievo the situation he
will deposit one hundred and fifty*
millions. It is so good to use the
people's money to help the people!
The big bankers in New York have
not been able to control McAdoo and
they have been knocking him. The
other day one of the big fellows in
New York was knocking McAdoo in
the presence of a South Carolinian.
The South Carolinian said. "You have
no right to complain. You either
could not or would not let us have
airV money. Why then do you object
to McAdoo letting us have it Take
a homely Illustration. Suppose you
had a crib full of corn and your neigh
bor had no corn and was suffering for
Corn ami you would say that you did
not know what the Democrats were
going to do and you were going to
keep your corn, could you justly com
plain if somebody let your suffering
neighbor have corn? Or If you said
you could not spare a bushel of your
Com, why object to some one else
coming to the rescue?'" The South Car
olinian Covered the Whole case The
big bankers could not or would not
* help us. McAdoo cam to our relief.
Hurrah for McAdoo.
Joseph T. Johnson.
. 4*4 **?#?# ******* 4*4 ? ********
; CROSS HILL NEWS ?
Cross Hill, Aug. IS.?Mis. S. A.
Lea man and little daughter visited
relatives in Greenwood county last
Miss Blanche and Mary Martin are
with Mr. and Mrs. I,. P. MdSwain.
Mr. Hugh Leaman spent last week
Misses Dennis and Paysinger of
Newherry, spent the week end with
Miss Idalia I lollingsworth.
Miss Rebecca Addison of Due West
and Miss Denny of Johnston are the
guests ot" Mr. anfd Mrs. .1. o. Denny.
Miss Maud Wells left for her home
in Atlanta last Tuesday after a visit
j to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. I.
Dr. and Mrs. It. C. Davenport of
Augusta are with relatives here.
Miss Pierce Turner went over to
Atlanta last week.
Mr. C. H. Watts went over to At' mta
on the excursion last Wodnosdnj
Mr. and Mrs. I,. F. McSwain. Mr. and
Mis. II. I.. MeSwaln and children, al
so Mrs. Lula Oriflln, attended the fun
eral of Mrs. Carrie McSwain in New
herry last Wednesday. The many rel
atives and friends of Mr. W. A. Mc
Swain here, sympathize with him and
his children, in this, their great afflic
Miss Stewart of Coronaca is with
Miss Mary Miller.
Misses Blanche and Sara Plnsoil are
visiting friends in Spartanburg coun
Miss Hafner of 'Chester has been
elected a teacher here.
Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Turner of West
Virginia arc with his mother. Mrs.
Jane Turner for a visit.
Mr. Austin Leaman is with home
folks for a few days.
Croi . Hill and Ninety Six teams
played a good game on the diamond
here Friday resulting in a scor of
8 to "> In favor of Cross Mill.
Tin olcction for cotton weigher last
Saturday resulted as follows: .1. W,
llanna and T. T. Mill 80. linnnn
was declared elected.
I'r< J. I'. Coats was in town Sat
.Mr. Maxey llanna Is at home for a
Rov. .1. P. Jacobs of Clinton preach
ed for Rev. Mr. Rntchford Sunday. at
the Prosbytoriun church.
Mrs. Martha Madden, anl elderly
lady who lives here, has been confined
to her home for a bum time, she was
given an auto ride around town this
morning and saw the new stores built
here last fall for the Urs! time. This
was her lirst ride in an auto. She
will spend the day with Mr, and Mis.
J. K. I.eainan today.
Mr. John Mille! <,t VYhitmlro is
with his people lu re.
Several bales of last year'.- cottoil
crop Is on the market here today.
Price 11 1 cents.
t ostly Treatment,
"I was troubled with constipation
and Indigestion and spent hundreds of
dollars for medicine and treatment."
writes C. H. Ilines. of Whitlow. Ark.
1 went to a St. l/ouis hospital, also
to a hospital in New Orleans, but no
cure was effected. On returning home
1 began taking Ghamborlaln's Tab
lets, and worked right along. I used
them for some time and am now all
right." Sold by all dealers.
FOR THE HAIR
If your hair is too dry?brittle?color
less? thin ? stringy?or falling out?use
Parisian Sane?now at once.
It stops itching scalp, cleanses the hair
of dust and excessive oils, removes dand
ruff with one application, and makes the
hair doubly bcautifrfl soft- fluffy ?
abu .dant. Try a 50c. bottle to day.
It will not only save your hair and make
it grow, but give it the beauty you desire
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For Indigestion, Sour Stomach,
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You certainly would not suffer the country have gotten rolle' by the ns??
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Si IumIiiIo I ffectli e ,)ulj 13, 1013.
Sciiedules are published only as Information, and no' guru led
50 54 52 r,i r,:i r.r>
8.00am .'..nop in il.2oam Lv Columbia Ar S.3S p in i ? '? p tu I i.inam
9.30 *>.29 12.40 pm ^ Prosperity T."-, :;:;.", :> ...o
0.47 fi.47 l.OC j/S No wherry Ml :>.::>
10.41 7.43 1.56 Clinton *#.!*> X 2.3a s.lj
11.01 am 8.0 ? in 2.20 pm Ar Laurens i.v p m 2.00 p in 4,20 ata
Nos. 52 and \>'\ dally solid through trains botwoon Charleston and Gi'OOU.
viiie. Arrive and depart, from I'nlon station, Columbia.
Nos. t and 55 solid through triins botwoon Columbia and Greenville.
Arrive and depart from Gervais street Station, Columbia. Daily except
No . ?'.'? and 51 solid throng.'! Mains between Col umbin and Can i ons. Ar
rive and depart from QorvaU Street Station, Columbia. Operated nn Sunday
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Wilmington, N. C. Columbia, S. C.