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PLANTED IN COTTON
Second Largest Crop Ever Recorded
in United States. Condition of Cot.
Washington, July 1.-With the sec
ond largest acreage ever recorded and
witr the Prospects of proluction prob
ably equal to or better than those of
last year, the growing cdtton crop of
the United States today was report
ed by tile department of agriculture
is beIng 79.6 per cent of a normat
with the area in cultivation as 36,960,
The conlitionl of the crop is slight
ly tmore than 1 per cent under June 1.
Bad weather early in the season caus
ed damage in sone sections, but dur
ing June conditions in those localities
improved greatly. In Texas, where on
May 25 the condition was 65 per cent
of a normal, the .lune 25 report show
-ed a condition of 71 per cent; in Okla
homna it improved from 68 to 79, in
North Carolina fro m76i to 82 and in
South Carolina from 72 to 81.
The area in cultivation is -198,000
acre or 1.3 Per cent less tillan the re
vised acreage in cultivation a year
ago. Oklahoma reported an 8 per
cSent decrease and Texas and Virginia
a 5 per cent decrease. In California
tile area was more than doubled and
Louisiana reported an increafe of 10
per cent in acreage.
The iloilth began with one of the
severest droughts ever knowin inl the
This is an ailment that affects
a particularly prominent sympto
and other disorders from which w<
Is a Medicin
It acts on the nerves, quiets irritation, s
the strength and energy of health. Ne
and discouraged from constant suffering
ativo Influence. It promote good ap
sleep, steady nerves, the enjyment c
-it is pleasant to take and acce:.atable
Sold by Druggists and Deal
C. F. SIMMONS MEDICINE
-ift ans er e
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It will sati
D~emnrnn thte genuit
Arr~ t ink
Are You Usi:
Your neighbors are using
the yield of the crop to whici
per cent. Besides this it cau
acre of ground from 100 to 2
for the benefitof the next c:
cial fertilizers costs YOU abi
Nitragin and you get it FRE]
all your Peas, Beans and oth
crops. Can you afford to paa
gen when your neighbor gets
R. C. McLEEA
castern portions of the cotton belt. It
greatly retared growth of early plant
ed cotton and delayed the germlinlotion
ot' late planted. III Ih western iPor
tion4 or the belt the nirst week or thi
month Was creessively wet. This pr
vented any Iim provenent in the plants
iiA n adoenutivationl and planting dlif.
letter conditions pitevailedI dur-ing
the Second week, tile plant ak ing
good progress InI tile eastern and cen
rII portiontst of the belt, while th
westerni portion had th liost favor
able weather for several week.i
During the third week local show
0r. in1 the central and nisteint por
tions of the belt greatly iniproved the
ontlook and orly planted cotton gen
women to a large extent, and is
m where there are Irregularities
men only suffer.
ren hens weakened parts and restores
Iys women who are run down, weak
rovive at once under its powerful restor
petite and digestion, sound refreshing
4 a healthy body and cheerful spirits,
to the most delicate stomach.
ere. Price $1.00 Per Bottle
CO., ST. LOUIS. MISSOURI
ro. .it eni /o mr
.t 2 c s ond s
~. CliPnto .S.C
erally wvas reporied in good cotiditioi,
but later planted wnks backward and
ieied rinii. 1iighly favorable weath
Or (ont tiued InI the w'stefIrn part of
The filal wveelk of tite ittotithi wvas re
porteld its thle mlost fav1oralble thulsfa
this season. pood raitns lavinig falletn
over utichii Of the ctntral and eastern
portions 'lnd tie plait having ma .
excellit i. owlth. Over the vestern
Ahowers, pormtil ti lapid rprowthl and
tie onitlook greatly improved. U3ol
weevil wNere reported as numtietouis iIn
i'iiana, Mlississippi a .\labama.
Whenever You Need a General Tonk,
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic becaise it contains the
well known tonic pit)pertiesofOUININL
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
out Malaria, Emriches the Blood and
Builds up the Whole systeui. 50 cents.
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.lones, .ite ?!.-.\Iiss Wynona lIiley
is atLenadintg the summiler school at
Our venerable frieid, Mr. Jias3. Simp
son, of Popliar Spring, visited hi:4 son.
Charlie, last veek.
Mr. Cliftont Itoblerts'on, of Augusta.
eceitly visited teliatives aid fr'ientis.
We were sorry to hevar of tite dealth
of .Mr. Putirman \'ermili oni aid symii
pathlize with is Imilly.
\r. ( l iley ht1as a line 1ield of youtng
.\t. Johi Alabry las a protiisinag
iHld of corn1.
W\ r.-etly hmd th leiaue of
meetingm lIer. Tos. O'Dell,. presiding
ehder o ith Anderson district and his
siAster, .\lr. I ).ytonl H~olt. while tthe
w er 111 a visit to their sister, .Mrs. .1.
\!i. A1eNcely hm-a; optented a moat
M1r. and Mrs. Pot. Davis, of Donalds,
recently visited Ilte latter's parents,
Iloni. and Mirs. .1. P. Morrison.
We were greatly slocked ald hami ted
to hear of the suddenl aild Iitimtiely
dethI of ouir good friend, Mr . Da a net
Baletinte, oni the 22nd( inst. Wil~e
ttaaently3 ini per'fet health he was
suddenly stricken antd explireCd ini a
few mtomietnts. lie was bur ied wvithi
Masontie htonor's at Pola~ir Sprinitgs
eemteter'y. The funerali services wete
condt~led~ by Dr. J1. 0. Martitn, asis~ited
by Rev. .J. M. Dallas anid Aycock. There
is un iversal symiipaty for' the sorely 3
WVe had Ite pleasurte last week of
meeting Mis. IIinry ILalitmer and Mrs.
.J. R1. (Catllaan, of l iontea Palth, daugh
ters of out' lamntted t'riehid, .\tr. W.
Mr i. antd Mrts. H1en ry D~aventport at
tended preiachting here yestetrdaiy attr
We were so sorrty to heatr (of the
death of Mrs. Rt. A. Cooper of Laurents
ott last Monday. While in at tendtance
utponi the State Medical associatin ait
its last meeting at Laitrocps, it was
outr good fortiune to be the r'ecitpient of
her grtaciouts hospitality and hter huis
band, daughtter, f'athter andt~ othe~r rela
tives htave our heart-felt syiitpathy3.
R1ev. Mrt. lBuzh.tardt, of H odges, gave
us a good sermion yesterd(ay.
We r'ecenitly visited Mt. Gallaghter.
Mt. Olive, l~kom, lloyds Mill, Mtl. hetht
oh and~ hlrewertoni andt whtile the ('ropst
ate sttali if wve enni get r'ain soin
there will be fa irly goodi crops mtade.
WVe mtet a few dalys ago our frIends
Mr..Chtarlie DIodson of Dotnalds atnd
Mr. Jlesse F'rentch of Ghreeniville.
Mrs. Willie 'T. Jontes, Jr., tand chill
drtetn are ott a visit to hter parents, Mr.
anid Mrs. John Sims of Water'loo.
MIss Maggie Brlssey andi Master
Ftrank Morrison kitndly r'emettbered
us with some choice f'rutit last week.
A remedy for women that will put
an end to nervousness, headaches,
sickness ot the stomach, painful irr'eg
ularities, languidness, bad breatht, p)oor
alpetite, Is that fine old regulator DR.
SIMMON'S SQUAWV VIN12 WINlN. It
is prepared for women only, being es
pecially adapted to act on the delicate
female organIsm. It banishes suffor
log, corrects weakness and the whole
brood of distressing symptoms which
follow disorders in the generative sys
tem. Price $1.00 per bottle. Sold by
Black, Tan and Whit
10 c Dealer
THE F. F. DALLEY Co., L
BUFFALO. N. Y. HAMILTON,
* l:E1ATIN11 (04)11) lN. *
The inlclos-il clipping from One of'
tile Ilrgesl pullicatiols in the tUnit
ed Slates appeats to Ille to be full of
poo(I 'Iue nd worthy the carful
conlsidenjtlion of -Southi Calrolinia vof -
(rs il fhis limne.
A reproductlol ion oI it, therel'ore. ill
your11'l aer, would I.'(e a ppr'e(chited by
-I voter oily. W. 11. | .
T3e following Is the clipping in..
closed by our corresponldenl:
ThaIt Is a (tulionls plulse ol our pol
illes-the collstan cropping up of
lew cadidaicites. It should be pr it
ed Inl every nlewspaper inl every stalte
all the tille 1ta1 the oi] ywaly fol at
staio, orl an4y loaity ill a state, to so
i ur aIeoia :4 represeitll lonl In Coil
gross is to olee good 1ent, sell'i
tilen to \\11ton mid keep thi(e:n
there. Thlt n w r rsnt iv ni14
the neow sentor gets nowhlerv. Ig..
li'riele a11 leiiglh) of :er\ i,(e are t lie
on1ly thiigs that collit in ('jiCress.
\11y stale in:ay secure a verv im.
lport1111 place in Congress by sn lin,
g)ood m144n1 aInd keepie, hem he'l''re.
'I hoer was a till) whlen le owa do):11n
ed the l4islatioll of. this (ollntry:
, and not so lo4g ago Wyoulin g. with
1(''ss totil poptila ionl than1 Ih I;)jioI
tionlin n1t. Iaw re4luir's for the or'liary
collgressional district iln a p1opl1oils
stlte, ha(d onle of i1s sen(atwfors as
('ha irI'I4 of Ile trelIneiidosly im
portInt .\ppropria'tiois Conlnuilte,
and the oher a haiman Iof 1th' groat
.ludiciary Comiiultt'ee. Wyonuing a11
loweld hr 1441'egisIltoIs to slay il o
We :11 abolt to eI've another ex
a1uple of thi.,. North C a i'oi 1 .,; .-el
h) hol I conliniaIl(ing position1. As it
Is n1oW, in the sen0ate. Senaktor. liimi
mllons, Iroiln that st:ate, 1.; Phalin 4 of
the 1 14 l i nce Co nlillittee, (he coi llite
of which Nehson W. Alrich waIs ar
man11 for so Imany year1s ,1 dsenator
Overniai is rillking ei'nlImbel. vnd avt
ing chalirimall o the .lud-i04ry Commit
Over in the I olluse,whllen Osr:I I'l
der-wood moves ae/ims to lite setlle,
as1 lie will do nex t sprin tg, 'ClIaude K it
('1in1, 01' Nor'thI C'arolina1, w'~lIl44become
chairman1111 of1 thle Ways31 and1( Means14 Comn
ittee and leader of' the D)emnocrats
lprovided, 1 (of l corse, the D~emocrat s re
(ain the house. In any event, in ease
the I )emlocrats los th1 le house44, KIt chiIn
will lie leader of (lie minoity' and14
r'ankinlg D~emiocrat. Cn 1the Ways 1and4
.\eains C'omitltee. Also, owing to (lhe
'appointmnt of l (4lenry 1 iC'(layto ( to 4 thle
I"4derl' bench in Ah111bama11, II4l'epresen
1:ativ~e We'(bb, 01 NoithI (CariolIina, 1be
'omes'i chian of441 t1 he lig II ouse
Ti'1s prloves I wo thinlgs: Th'Ie irst is
(hat It i a41 stt (0ontinues4 d her mein In
('ongress the4y wilI4~41 entuatlly gel to
lie topI, pri'ded4 they3 areO men 1 of ev
enI a4ver'age wor'th and thus( atta14 in1111 the
power thlat w~iIIli e of ine0tsimabe111 hell
clt to thle stat e. The second( Is t hat
('ongress 141 offers a gooid field for seri'
0ous andl hones4 t (endeavl~or', pro'Cvided the
14e0141 g iv t4 he em14avorer a.0'4l 14hance IC
Al Itha11t 1is n4eeded4 Is 141ttentlin to
buins and5 411 an1 oppIori'ty1 to serve','
141ni tile r'ewardIls il come11; wich el
rewards1'41, 1)'11 t ih a, are4 grealter' for
(lie constituet t han 1 liiI for the 11(onst i
tuted 4. The rep1resentat114 Ive orI tnle Hll
ator 1ha1s 1to workl, and1 work 111ard;
and1( the4 state1,' o1wh ig 1(o 1110 1position1
ittained, gets thie r'esu1lts of that la
gor. Anld th4ose4 reslls Iivaribilly are'
gr'eatr In 1 1 diect 'l atlo to (114 longthl
or seric~Ie a4llowed4.
SO1'It TLIVEIt DOES4 NOT
HOT SPRINGS LIVER BUTTONS
are 11 a l uned to sitar't your1 liver' to
workIng and1( endo constIpatIon and11 all
Its followin~g tr'oublesi In a jiffy D~on't'
make1( the istatke of uin~lg calomel,
salts or' 0other drastIc drn'lgs that are'
(dangerouls 11nd4 that rack your1 stem5t1.
Glet HOT SPRINGS IAVER BUT
TONS at onIc-today-no0w--anld tone0
up) your lIver, cleanse your11 bowels of
foul waste, drIve thle gases from your'
atomnach. At drugglsts every whlere,
Hlot SprIngs Liver Buttons, Hot
SprIngs RheumatIsm Remedy alnd Hot
Spr'ings Blood Remedy are sold In
Ianrenn by Iaurens Drug (Co
"T is fr/he ;ol
Keeps Blood Moving
rves O t urities
True to Nature in Its At d i etfeicome to
All Es NMotion Throughout tite Universe.
it i i t > o tlotI hllo of cel i It' dtttm f tli ut e:d sine
Set t e to m ic
you hi gie t 1o t Ir e -1(01crul t~~
'I idiici ~ irfir 0(1e ry n.r''t
1hii nih fcel , with hmealthm with new- it~5 0. tl kt1 (1i)OCI, a~1 i
i'ttd srbngin's. 0)1 hu s o nke peit I hlood I I:r
Aili lo t f mi, . . S. thoi ii n ow r. jtuv i li f i e i ht . wi~ t er i2rnptory
$20,00 Wrh ofRa Estate for ale!o<r o:th
I rrvae peron l a i e nsubr
6 1 uy m! 511 chrJ wnte rhniatI wre [at once toth
B.t MG..her udlWOdLFrFnnti
'Flit'v'.il byakthe1 hh hatitellen S.ut'.miis
McC rADininty t BROS & b CtHEoV.E.Si. ody
Engineers a n otatr
$200,000 Wort Subisieal osaefo Lands,
rlle3us on irinag e Sulver sa.
iDeksigns od Espltimaes of (al c lses oflp
, I s w ond -fi onst uctirillo lla i na i s i it
sIo Il ills ocn k \n \he and efosie o ec
e liered 1 t te body. ail in S. i. h C u
gin an q ant ira s
* Wli faHladvervIov 4 a Thei Bedtc66 degre aso lie-lt1
S igesia in eSube divsio th e taof Oi Insc,
uee lfing Ref Beainfyi Co p
erts R E rna EsuGrv Aens
Deins ndEstimtes .o aC.
Deliveredm~ Anyw., heinteCuy
W an d leiidl The dl" Best v 66l' degeeGaolne
J.e R.a EIHELBERGER, Aetirls