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Cures Wowan's Weaknesses.
We refer to that boon to weak, nervous,
suffering women known as Dr Pierce's
Favorito Prescription.
Dr. John Fyfo one of the Editorial Siaff
of Thn ECLEC'rIC MIDWCAL Rnvilcw says
of Unicorn root (Hemlonkw Diolea) which
is one of the chief ingredients of the "Fa
'' , . I n i h ziriably acts as a uter
Ve o . u i - ' muakes for normijil ac
taste e . - t- re rproductive syste.
i' . - n' I " i.'1n elas w: haveamedica
me-i .ia '- fui.v an-,wers the above
u '-n.'> drne with u'hich I am
''c-',' ti ' I i a iment of diseases pe
cuitar to women it Is seldom that a case is
seen which does not present some indication
for this remedial agent." Dr. Fyfe further
says: "The following are among the leading
indications for Hiclonias (Unicorn root). lain
or aching in the back, with leucorrhma.;
atonic (weak) conditions of the reproductive
organs of women, mental depression and ir
4 ritability, associated with chi nic diseases of
the reproductive organs of Women * constant
sensation of heat in the region of tIe kid
neys; menorrhagia (flooding), due to a weak
ened condition of the reproductive system;
amenorrhcna (surpressed by absent monthly
periods), arising from or accompanying an
abnormal condition of the digestive organs
d antemic ( thin blood ) habit: dragging
. ations in the extreme lower part of the
a mnin."
if more or less of the above symptoms
4re present, no invalid woman can do
Wtter than take Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription, one of the leading ingredi
ents of which Is Unicorn root, or HIonias
and the medical properties of which i
most faithfully represents.
Of Golden Seal root, another proninent
ingredient of "Favorite Prescription,"
Pof. Finley Ellingwood, M. D., o Ben
nett Medical College, Chicago, says:
"It is nn important remedy in disorders of
the womb. In all catarrhal conditions
and general enfeelement, It is useful."
Prof. John M. Scudder, 1. D., late of
Cincinnati says of Golden Seal root:
"In relation to its general effects on the
system, there is no netfeinc fi use aboiut vhich
trs is auch (enerad unanfimit of opin ion. It
is unfuerseay regarded as the tonic useful in
all debilitated states."
Prof. R. Bartholow, M. D.. of Jefferson
Medical College, says of Golden Seal :
"Valuable in uterine hemorrhage. menor
rhagia (iioodinp) and congestive dysmenor
rhea (painful menstruation)."
Dr.I tierce's Favorite Prescription faith
fully represents all the ithovo named in
Sredients and cures the diseases for which
hey are recommended.
I do not undertake to say
That littral answers come from
But this I know-that when I pray
A comfori, i suipport, is given
That helps me rise o'er earthly things
As lirkti soar up on a ry wings.
In vail' he wise philosopher
Poiuts ,ut to me my fabric's flawF;
In vain Ibescientis(s aver
That all things tre controlled by
law a.
V.f? !j, ' ie. day by day,
. to pray.
- -aout
o - W. I do net care,
Since I know thia-that when I donbt
Life seems a blickness of despair,
The world a tomb; and when I trist
Sweet blossom-i spring up in lthe duet.
Since I know that in the darkest bour,
If I lift up my soul in prayer,
Some syimpathetic, loving power
Send hope ui com fort to me therei
Since balm is dropp'd to ease my pain,
What no-d to argue or explaiin?
Prayer has a swoot, rdliing grace;
ft educates the soul . d heart;
It lenida ' halo to the face,
And by its eievating art
It givesi the mind an inner sight
T-hat brings it near ihe frnfinite.
F eom our* gross selves it helps us rise
T.> some;thing wh ich wve yet may be;
a - And go I ask not to be wiise,
It' thuq my faith is lost to me
Faith, that, with angel voice and
$.ya, "Pras! for prayer availeth
-[Ella Wheeler Wilcox,
Most people kr
been sick they ne<
~ .rion to bring bacd
But the strongest
' nuts/on is that
k to get results frc
K It keeps up the ath
. thin people, makes
4 ~ ings color to a pale
unts coughs, colds an!
Food in concentral
*elI, young and old, ri
And it contains no
Your Attention, Cotton Growers,
The Pickens Cotton Mill has cons nt.
ed to store cotton for its friei de and
patrons. Under this plan they will take
cotton in their warehouse without any
charge or expense to the farmers. and
when they are ready to sell will pay the
Market price for it. If, however, the
seller is never satisfied with the price. he
can1 get his cotton back by paying the
mill :15o. per month, per bale, for the
actual e st of storage and insurance
With this arrangement the 'Pickens
Bank will carry. for a while at least, the
notes of its customers who will store
with the mill their cotton and deposit
with the bank their warehouse receipts
for same. This is a moet liberal propo.
sition from both the mill and the bank.
The BIg.Pg.
The big pig, weighing 1,460
pounds, which is being exhibted at
the fair grounds by E. B. Onzart, of
Salisbury, N. C,, is of the Poland
China breed, The pig is two and a
half years old and measures nine
feet and over from tip to tip aud
eight. feet around. It has tuski like
a 'vild boar. It has been exhibited
at fairs all over the United States
- [Apartanburg Herald.
Farmers' Union
Bureau of
-Conducted by the
South Carolina Farmers' Educational and
Co-Operative Union.
Com munications Intengted for this depart
mont should be addrewse to J. C. Strinling,
endleton, South Carolina.
Bucket shops, cotton future gam
blers and cotton exchanges are about
as necessary for the protection of the
producers of cotton as the owls,
hawks and miLks tire a protection tc
ymir cbicken-roosts.
e * *
In order to get rid of the speculator
prices, it is ab olutely nectssary tc
stop arelling cotton uutil the mills call
for it.
Prices have now taken a turn up
ward, but don't begin to turn loose
your cotton Until the minimutm price
has been reached; tben if prices fal
stop selling right there.
In a private conversation botweer
one of those foreign cotton-spinners
at Atlanta, the manufacturer said t<
tne Union men- that in order to deal
direct with the mills that the groweri
cf cotton miuist put tip a better an(
safE-r system of dpalivering eotton tha t~
they .now have through the speculat
o--a He mentioned the fact. that be
Ihad lost fifteen tbonsand dollars al
one time with a New York cottori
mian by trusting too far. So it seemis
these .cotton men in New York akirn
the mili mnen nowv and then as well a
the cotton-grower.
This is a sample of a common,
ovetri-day cotton lie. An ox telegraph
openrateir made this stateenent to one
of our mien that he knows it to be'a
fact that farmers stored 306 bales 'of
cotton in a Southe Carolina cotton
mill warehouse in one day to be re
movedI or sold by saiid fartners at will;
and that this same lot of cotton -vas
ow that if they'have
d Scotft's Emuel-9
c health and strength.
point about Scotft's
you don't have to be
m it.
lete's strength, puts fat
a fretful baby happy,
girl's cheeks, and pre
:I consumption.
ed form for sick and
::h and poor.
drugs and no alcohol.
0on. AND1 $2.00.
wired to- New York that night as ot
ton received by that miill. Such newsA
of cotton received at muil when it
was only stored in their warehouses,
he said, was a .cornron occurrence
which goes a good pace to swell the
amount of cotton told to 't'ills by
South Cur lion faeiners. This is done
to swell amount sold to the milla.
* .**
In order to relieve the probable
congested conditions when our farm
ers' warehouses are filled with cotton
and the threatened strinagnoy of
money to hold cotton with comes, our
Farmers' Cotton Union has placed an
agent in Europe to place Farmers'
Union cotton there where both stor
age and interest are Amuch cheaper
than on this side of the water Be
sides this cheapet rate of interest
and. warehoueing the cotton will he
closp to the wills when the prices
The Farmers' Union is growing
like a gourd vine in Augumt, and no
doubt is stinking in the nostr:ls of
the speculator ,-qlally as strong as
the trodden gourd vine smells to the
When writing this office for any in
formatian doun'L forget to enclose a
stamped and addreised envelope for
reply, ap no appropriution has been
made by' thes Union for stationery for
this purpose. We take pleasure in
passing along any information in our
posseseion for the benefit of fNi m
ers, but if themuswer to their qutes
tions is not worth a 2-cent envelope
to them, it is not worth while tc
ask for it.
Get up fifteen good farmers ready
to form a Union, and if you don'l
know of any organizer in your see
tion we can tell you where to find ont
that:can put you in the swim and tel
you all thout the Union.
* * *
Through the kindness of Bro. R H
M 1leCulloch, national secretary-treas
urer, the following copy of a resolu
tion offered by the Committee on th<
Good of the Order, at the nationa
meeting at Little IR ck, was ed:
"We feel the need of a Burt au o
Infornation for. National Un ion, tha
our peoplo may keep posted aA to th
progress of our order in all localitieS
It is true we have many excellon
paipers that keep their respectiv,
states anid cotmt'ies informed, but w
need a digest of news for our brethre;
as well as for all papers friendly' to omi
order. We recommnend the efforts o:
Bro. .J. C. Stribling in this and rec
ommend his plan of distributing suel
news. This we refer to our National
Board of Directors."
It is wvell to state here that our na.
tional president, Bro. C. S. Barrett,
stated at the South Carolina state
meeting at Greenwood that he had
Seen our S. C Union Bureau column
published is papers all over the
South and on the Pacific coast, Chi
cago and in Canada, and that South
Carolina had a reputation in thie
Unmon Bureaua business that she
should be proud of.
It is estimated by newspaper men
that at least 1.500.000) coipies of these
letters are publishledl each week by
papers in aid of the F irmers' Union
wor k.
Tids column wiU be. m.ailed once a
week to a'y news uaper one year for
$2 to cn.er cost. Mani y cunty U oions
thiiat lunm~e no( regmularF' nArmerQ Union
paper aog t heir memiibers have
senst ini t he nam Iieb of their county
I)apers with $2 and are' non mi the
circle of a regular Farmiers' Cniiion
Bureaun ne(ws, giving (each week ai i
gestt oif the trend of the timeiLs ojf
Un~iioni work.
Boys, get in line amii kep up by
telling each other ab aut what is
going on.
St ate Secretary'- i'rneaurer B. F'.
Eaurle will organ izai the follow inug cIouni
ty Uniions ait dates below: Marion,
Nov. 14; Horry, Nov. 21; Williams
burg, Nov. 28,
Farmers Urge a Special Session.
Auderesun, Nov 8 - Followitig i a
copy of a petition that is being cir
culated to Pickens county, and it may
be that it is being circulated in other
counties as well:
"State of South Carolina,
"County of Pickens,
"To His Exicellencv, the Honorable
M. F. Ansel Governor of South
Caroi 1na:
"We, as farmers and cit zons of
Pickens county, realizin, full well
from information we are in possea
eion of that the cotton speculator und
his allies have tightened on the
money market and almost brought
about a money panic for no other
pumnse I hin to depress the price of
cotton at this time, and that this
same Wall street speculator has con
tracted to furnish. to the spinners
cotton as they may need it at a stip
ulated price.
One trial will
you that
will relieve soreness <
stiffness quicker and ei
than any other prepar
sold for that purpos
It penetrates to the
quickens the blood, di
away fatigue and give
and elasticity to the nr
Thousands use Sloan
for rheumatism. neuralgi
sprains, contracted mus
joints, cuts, bruises, bun
or colic and insect stin
PRICE 254,504. 6$1'.(
Dr. Earl S. Sloan. Boston.Mass.U.
Don't 1
rto loo)k a-fter. the h<
cattle end poultr'y.
jist the same as you
t well.
1is one of the best st<
Fnmarket. We~ have.c
tis cel'echrated lin
aiitI will carry a full
I will sell at
John Boroughs fa
rough's mill, a
merchandise, inv<
1 good mare mule
horse wagon. '1
buggy and harr
bundles of good
1bushels corn. Te
Sale begins at 10) a. m. and1(
"Now, we, the underigned farm-~
are ir d citizens, resptectfully putition
your excellency to confer with the
governors of all the cotton states
upon the advisability of calling an
extra session of the general assembly
in their 'espective states fur the pur
pose of passing a stay law.
"1hat we believe tby having thiW
plan agitated through the prems alone
there will result a tendency to raits
the -rice of cotton to its miaximumo
value, and we are confident that you
fully realize that if it becomes neces
oary for the governors of the cotton
states to call their general assemblies
together in special session it would
be an economical measure, when we
consider the cost thereof to the tax
payers in comparison to what we will
lose under the p' esent prevailing
"This petition is adiressed to your
intelligent consideration
s Istrength
's Liniment
a. toothache
IS, cram
3alth of your . orses,
They need treatient
do when you are not
>Ck mled1ic(nes on the
CecureCd t he agency foru
e of stock med(icine
linie at all hiis.
:South Carolinh?.
k~R 15, 19O7,
Ty home on the
urm, near the B~or
stock of generval
)iciIng about $100.
9y ears old, 1 one
2d1 handed open
iess, about 1.5(n>'
bright fodder',
rm-s cash.
lasts until every ai ridce is
. .TU0N

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