- You are bankinig on exp
other fertilizer is so well bal
.harvest.' Don't take a subs
crop. It-is the leading ferd
t has been.iroven by<
Fish and Animal matteri
for growing cotton. F arn
F. S. ROYSTE5RI
Norfolk, Va. Ta
Columbia, S. C.
The new Laxative
that does not gripe
Pleasant to tae. L
Consumption s. Under-prodmction.
The present ratoe of consumption
of American cotton y the mills of
the world is slightly in excess of
one million bales of raw cotton
per month. It Is estimated, at a
care(nl investigation, that if the
spininers can secure the cottin and
no International troubles mnterfere
with the present enormous demand(
Set s.1906 This0uprece
dete comto of America
th Norlan the aboma an
creae new pnLsatinth
paasnt to Engand, a
and America. coince uy mreo
thn flonr ble.iof rw cotndls
havler ben sdedure the mitting an-d
noItrnon alchbes England.rt
T he plrieren rmus dhceaed
fort down gstenll twelst year
on acvcoundrof strikesan aes of
forced bwee e.arly 190andat
et. one mi9hon bahs unfr ctn
forit consumption o A90erwicha1'
were ncreasingred for c05tI
the goth new mijobbeing builtetai
tadte ofutheentvofioed nouboed of
the corlditndwhee abnorma can
craoo thew spindlespaithof the t
word Aperia.ince fulmore b1
thE frmllio nlnsh staipiines
hsiae bensumpedtion the nextin iw
Tweale monthsune whchweven
mion aleun of strisaen rottn
Butg nigh andidon.rTesetvtal
forcesill pnnecessolely, deand t
lhabt with milo bale etimten
for cohsumpgonin 1906,c wyear and
waer not requred toinrease05 his j
fiu nthe fowmare baen buit. Io
The euimen of ol don bi ver a
igh cptya wherehve lbeon cin 25
eure. b h pigo 94we
Ctonsumptinced oly liienow pes,
cton h spinle apta time was
wogrl operkeng ful tme. Mir. th
Elsn he ae Enih goosth~iat e
ertmhe consumption o the n4,000,
mili0 baleso of 190,meriand tthe
milt ofrh Ewionrld todays wthen
gforen spind.efrs sle, abut fi a
hbt itothshmto betidawthe
ter~dr n the beini o bbing yer ade
laerg~ on bedrcdtioncr. ish
heguresn t fac nof ar futs.on
r of crder osd the verye'
mothly. I world oa ries are P
c otton oocds tond cint per.
the Best Fertilizet
,erience when you fertiliz2 with Farm
mced in the plant food supplied fromu
itute. Farmers' Bone has no equal
lizer of the South.
b Freely In Any 3riWl
Ver twelity-one years of successive U
4 superior to any other knowni 1m1
rs' Bone is the fertili-.er
ADE WITH FISH
roNS IT GROWS
rboro, N. C.
xative Fruit Syrup
Drug Company and Dr. R. F. Smith,
Close of Business De
LOaN ... ...... .............. .... .. 7783.03 Cal
ainiuiig Hlouse alind Lot...... ........ . 513.8' t'n
Fujniture And Fixturem............... 1,0 .-0 Un
Overdrafts ..................... 708.38 C'
CaNh and Duo fromii iuniks ... ... ....',189.5 Del
iVxpen-c. and A xe - 'aid .... .. . 853. l Hi
state or South C'arinIa-Couimly of ickens.
I, ii. C. Shirley, Cashier of the abotvo namued Han
nent is trueo andi correct to the b~est or my kcnowledi
Sworn 10 be re nciaunnary 1st, 1906.
N. P , for S. C.
oy lines absolute exhaustion has 6a
taken piace. This crop will not
exceed ten millhon coimercialI
bales, hence there must ho cur'tailI
ment by the mills before next Sep.
tomiber, showing that consumptioni d:
hias gono beyond the ability of pro- E
Iuotion. At the prices of coLton a
foods spinners could easily havo
>aid the farmers 12 cents for every.
>ound of American e'otton growni
his year. If we- should hold back .)1
wo million bales for 15 cents the' SI
pinnors would still get the crop m
t an average price under 12 cents tiC
er pound. But little cotton re, tli
10ins in the hands of producers oc
nd local holders. If those who.
ave cotton wili hold firmly they in.
rill be well rew~ardod lator on when Er
ie whole world realhzes tho short. mll
se of the crop and the markot re- pr(
onds to the actual conditions mE
cought about by the legitimate an<
we of suppjly and demand. To
tO farmers, Southern Press and W1
ismness intere~st of the 'South gen- S
ally, I extLoud herewith my best lflC
ishes for a prosperous and happy col
3w year. Yours truly, sio
Harvie Jordan. it
P. S.C. A.
Notice to Pensioners mc
I will be in the court house every tai
lay in January 1906, fer the purpose Nc
nimaking out applications for old de]
ldiers and widows thati are not Eri
ow getting pensions and wish to apfr
ly for pension. f
All now drawing will continue to4
seeive their pensions without fur
an 8, 1906 J. B. Newbery.
A Strong Denial.
Mr. Editor please say to your
eadlers and esp)ecially to the people
f Six Mille district that I had noth-.
og to (10 with returning any dojg
icept my own and whoever saysethat
did is mistaken or untruthftl. I
now of several who paid .On dogs ~
bat theiy haven't got. I don't aant at
ny such money for our P~chool any
orse than I want dispeng;ary money. -
D. IE. Garret,te
Ohtii. 13d. True. 4Ie
"IrS' Bone. NoM
ig titie to
o6r an1y ki1d of
- -I.orip (2uiclk
"S0,11 Weeks r
Stomach and Liver de eite
grippe with all it
trouble and Rays Mr. J. 8
Chronic Constipation. a
eyos anid lioss ru
Easley. spells of chills
R- idling the slmnio -v
it of ty it n
promote a hci'ltli
liver nuid kid'i
ben eficial whlen t'
cember 31, 19o5. b a co i
ital Stovk....... .... ...............25 000.00
livided l'rollts... ..... ............ 5,474.P
paid Ividend ........................ 10.0
Illier Checks .. ............ .......... .75
I)sIt s. . . ................... ...... 53 ,254.03
Is l'iaable. .......... ....... ....1,00000 U
do solemil~v sweatr thiat the above state
se and( belief. 1I C. Sil R IL I, C uhier. C
Attest-W. TP. (1 I)EIL.
mulson ashot tieconrtedaever
grell wit alltw
addresing he pulic Lading1(1 Ton
achi ngs, byle
eyes boereak n andginos rti
aidngte sameh a
la ootn ncne- i'rornaeb anv
by wth Sott'iEeusio
tuilsionromfers a reliabl
ste. The atberon y.
't' iiiso is no MAN, nss
re of a ecret thncthe ase Youra
-Thtsf what itproient
ruggist sid of ost ' e n
I~ tp is bothl kno
o. tAt anrule e don't sketIon oinde tri
nddring ordnar food.c an* whryo
syisteam exrsos tow a re~tl . I%*ontio
cade o oftain conec- ("~*elh'h""
samplte rom you
at.teaec thatthy ofauv vIra ..hr
:asona not lael. o m rpe TH~ i
:anyetrol bage Scott's siihaoo
ansofre eying im Sol byColge
>per aaddwea dveop-ss olsfo thge
ste. Thea cSysit'n of4
Notice of Taxcreturhn, the oei.___k_,,
np oriio the yeEmul-yFs.20 Aoncartain crts
fare. tFn.rlom teMemeph dpl.
n itselllf.in o Wha des fr10,5
dt h . Jan. 2tlandd
os t raough norih-Fbt.ad
n ilttthe lownd ronoure ish-r
.Ji~nry 7t at11p. n.l'lw.andspcl St Ovr N Et w
n'lt mthatr cannot be ob- rmpt rinrothd trlp
ne i'ulknondnay fod. P""" A""O'AT
systemwi too weakst~ or 0. ""e"""" o'
asoan gathery goode
J. wi.en yo a odb i
MAKES YDU WELL A
RHEUMACIDE goes right to 'the seat of the d
I the germs and poisons out of the blood, cleans u;
lots in the -body and sets all the organs to work a
ature's way. Purely vegetable, non-alcoholic, it is,
ost powerful of cleansing medicines and at the
'ne regulates the liver tones up the stomach and
)-the entire system. kHEUMACIDE is the only r
at cures rheumatism to stay cured.
OST POWERFUL BLOOD PURIFIER & W
lRES DISEASE BY REMOVING THE C
RHEUMACIDE has cured thousands of cases a
her remedies and famous doctors had failed.
ircelle, of Salem, Va., spent $200 in medicines an
eds of dollars for physicians' fees, and at last he wa.
half a dozen bottles of Rheumacide. -0Q. Dietr
20 Ramsay street, Baltimore, says it has "made
an." Mrs. S. A. Combes 114 S Gilmor street, Ealti
cleansed her blood, took away her pains, and mac
.e like a new woman." Yo,
fter Noted Doctors Failed. and recommends Rheuma
Is 'i CseCURE AFTER
L~ii arftser cured by RHEUMA. E
had failed. Mr. W. R. IiughesCU E AF R
es f r n A t kins. Va.:
,or ottlesof RIEUMACID9
e entreceddeoang Sample bottle and bc
din case of rheumatism and for postage to
Aly mroved my general health.
is a tota I wreck, having had rhetu
Isill for twenty)'ears. 1 spent sev
a Newr Bobbitt Chemical
CIDE is the only cure I have
id When I began to use it I
Jlds 14 poind. Nw I weighl 180 J
14W - SUGS TART TO G I
ly Knockei ou,
go during the severo
>th my wifo and myself
colds which speedily
he worst kind of la
s miserable symptoms,"
, Egleston of Mnple R. E DITOR: Please say to your roa,
orM, head stopped j1y), Complete iS of Reliable goods wt
Dning, vith litermnato fact, at the prices which I am qul
ind fever. W o begallu
Ain'd Cfngh eledy, carry a little of "anything and everythin1
ithj a doso of Qhamiiber IF YOU NEEID HICAVY WINTE
(1 Lsyr o ablek, 11 1 I WEAR and HEAVY KNIT SHIRTS; als
Ilse Ro0i11 come pieft ly '
giip." Them, Tablota From now until Christnmias we invit
y 1 etioim of the bowels, all DRY GOODS. DRESS GOODS, NOTI(
a sysitem. is congetedI Will make the same offer as the ab
ack of the arip. For I Trun ks, Valises, Gents' Furnishings, etc
3rtlig Co., T.N. I1tunterd
Flour, salt and barbed wire by th'
A complete line of the good kind o
Ir on IKiog stoves and] Chattanooga Plows
the bnst of their kiotn on th, market. C1
,, wi t V of dr- wears iiI
emo I~rc ntemr
ton w0t ful rowrAI esosOin ett
limbs ae aserya8 osbe
c rnu 11 A 8 ot ttoin~*.11 e I010( ' l
.fhnu e materials'.n ctineces- un
ee akn fro *it iQ it ti4i ~siti ton i ~h
''ll gren'fnr hal av "in(oroasnai4~
Ay tran, Ga.-~e
8t oon. ptI ulort, Lt4o II(i14IlPI C i~Cl
Ihrnl~ey &1 o.
our 1ess( thn oe-a
toyua tt efrut
tlaket s.re fort gamnp)1 1 C
Sr<avoand ny when he~o.ti (1 I
to ogoniorwe wAla amd (11 nilve4f 141(2Ii.IC ~i h
'. P. SMorT, T. P . Ohe3111hsgei re td,- E
Cottonthrs mnflits.tliRonte, tis
and aete. A.sl o hlhe Reda h 1400I
Hngl ao1h'!mc'attht ltJ'ar ear
Mone seeN'' LOS-esgniefrt R
I/ron ingler l stolad Cattanoog P1. ows
the b'esla~ t ot thir kind. ohe market, C
to go 311(1wearwllwell.
143 i'tti'i hal I~fli~A full line' soe i Unerakr o oda
Your50an paroag.sliitd _ndyo
P. ~t 'i't,'r ' A/ P.l S.-A~ill( p('ersons1' wigtestatF
ATLANTA, GA im $1 for $1ngh5. cOb ad Ilong
(1tron 'bh- than s, y- i rHoey wond Tar.
1 storos thmec, head l l t he olng amnd
J N.lnPstt$1.o5. NashnIow', wvryiday
~~ Along" and tsried at0least ha1 a08 dor'
adetip $1.h25.is nd ha
OUGH ~muP bgiratmet fom ii wol, o hy cis wthmoutI
glthng -.uv bngfit eary fore r
and Th Re illndel i-obs' c ifoey al dh Tare adtwo
thloer i rdfabtiserd me. osd
itio oan t e f reaewsi mruan l vnim g l. lmedtiunm
A thPaten Uru1 Co. t R. F.r hSttht, moley.
n ereenvblle. oo4 u
olTh'e lost ynivesmtisfalejouril p r
and Our sneihod orfwe oirg'bsnes to he s~~
yettr tr ebancese to s wll rn. t
1 1Or1sh mall hals, gtron gy sudy, EX
ineate and as ts 5., The an i, $50
parATAgt of5.00ior. Tohtos otrperonat-.
guaateve. Agodyleasi no.pae
on our sholves11419 . MAi shomus brevileate S.C,
)O. OIanO U 8 goo eatthe rk on tht~,i teo weren a
ensDrg C.houe candb madO t The prltc,Ane
o all the plague
AUSE. \ L
him a new
le her "feel
ir druggist sells
ALL OTHERS FAIL. GURES
ooklet free if you send five cents Sciatica,
Lat ri'pe ,
Proriltos, altno eEdne 0 roubl,
3T WELLTODAY Aiseases
]era and my friends tha-r. I am "still at tho Old Stand," with a
jch I have for their inspection and sale at very closo figures. Iii
Ang I consider' the good are Raro Barg.iiis. Tell them that 1
n," and am siling at a alose profit.
[tRS1HOES, We have th-m; also, SUITS, PA NTS, U NDER
3, at good Hinm of OVERSH-IOES.
e the ladiei to call and we will make them close prices on
ove to the men folks on Clothing, Shoes, Hate, Underclothing,
Thie nicest line of these goods we Lave fver carried.
mar load to go at prices that defy competition.
C furniture and nicai matting, carpoting and rugs. Agent leo.
-two very necessary things ii every wbli regulated family au:1
Iinaware, Glassware, Agateware, Tinware and other ware that
ida nice Hearse.
ill be treated right. G uy M cFa II
of W. T. McF1all 'bll please come forwar d and make settlemnent
URES COUGHS, CtOLDS, CONSUMPTION, BRONCHITIS
WHOOPING COUCH SORE THROAT HOARSENS
LOSS OF VOICE L O6SENS THE PHLiGM AND EAS
PECTORATION, liiEALS THE LUNGS.
ndorsed by leadimg physicians as the BEST remedy for
*hiidren's Croup and Whooping Cough because
contains NO OPIATES.- The- action of Ballard's Hore
ound Syrup its mild and-benign, it is adapted to infant s, as well
sadults of every variety of temperament and constitution.
rad This Remarkiable Testimoniale
MRS. B. W. EViANS, ClearWater, Kas., writes:-"My husband
was sick for thr aorr.onths and the doctors told me he had quick con
sumption. We -arocured a bpttle of Ballard's H-orehound-Syrup, and
it cured him. L.ie is no* a well man, but we always koep a bottle
in the house, a-ad think it has no equal for pulmonary diseases,"
sy to Take; Sure to Cure; Evet'y Bottle Guaranteed.
T )RE SIZ~sS 25c, 50c, $1.00..
LLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT CO., - ST. LOUIS, MO.
BOLD ANP RECOMMENDED '3Y
O SAL E.
Lores of land near MIariett a, S. C.,
Lan Pumpik'nti Wit road(. $410 por acre. *
acres neur 'ravele ( Re BGst,
01ining hu dOa of Mr. lThus Cuniaingh: mi. l1drt. 'f' the, Butler
Watsoun old home. $15~ per aIcro.
izall tractq of Iand, 20 to 50O acres.
vo a10~lso so' ery desirabla lots neari e y limits. These lots are
along the carb line- $60 each.
rHACKSTON & SON
Greenville, 3, 0
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