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lutered April 28, 1903 at Pickens, S. 0., as second class matte r, under act of Congres fMac , 89
Cures Biliousness, Sick
Headache, Sour Stom-.
ach, Torpid Liver and
Chronic Constipation. L
Pleasant to talft .
The Kind You Have Always B
in use for over 30 years, b
. and ha
sonal s
All Counterfeits, Imitations a
Experunen10iits that trifle with
Infants and Children--Exper:
Whalt is CA
Castoria is a harmless subst
gorie, Drops and Soothing I
coutains neither Opium, Moi
substance. Its age is its gua
and allays Feverishness. It
Colle. It relieves Teething T
and Flatuleney. It assimilal
Stomach and Bowels, giving
The Children's Panacea-The
Bears the I
The Kind You Hai
In Use For O
THE OEitTAJt [email protected] VV MUl
Farmers' Union
Bulreau of
-conducted by the
South Carolina Farmers' Educattoual and
Co-Operative Union.
(communications Intended for thia depart
mont should be auddrested to J. U. Striwling,
Pendleton, South Cairoliian.
State Union.
Considering the busy time 6f the
year the first meeting of the South
Carolna farmers' Union held at
Anderson was well attended, the
Court House being near full at
On Friday morning the formal
organization of the Union took
place by the election of the folow
ing oflicers: 0. P. Gondwin of
Laurens piresident; T. T. Wake.
field, Anderson, viei-preside3nt; B.
F. Earle, Anderson, secretary and
treasurer; M. A Mahaffey, Bel
ton State organizer; A. B Black,
A. Taylor's, chaplain; W. R. Holidmay
Laui'enis, conductor; J. D7. Wil
liams, Green wood, doorkeeper; G.
E. Putnam, Greenvillo, sergeant-at
The following resolution was
unanimously adopte:1.
Resolved, That the thanks of the
t :State Farmios' Union be returned
to the daily and weekly paper"s of
the State for the column devoted
to the bureau of information edited
by J. C. Stribling~of Pendleton.
Farmers' Union Colton Warehouse
Plans-Clay Floor, Hollow
Cement Block Walls.
The1 following is gotten up upon
the very simplest and cheapest
.plans for the use of co-operative
TIhis plan is for one section, to
wvhueh may be adided as many more
ections at times as may be required
* to accommodate the needs of thme
Walls 100 feet long; 12 feet tall
at high end, 8 feet tall at lower end
space between walls, 50 foot. Ex
<avat'ions should lie dug out to firm
- ground or clay-(If in a clay terri
tory,) nell ditch and drained all
round, good clay floor well beaten
A s the cost of material in founda
tiona varies in different places our
. estimate for coment walls are taken
from about the floor line.
Parapet wall may be required by
. Anarance cnmpnins where more
naxtive Fruit Syruj
e Drug Company and Dr. R. F. 8m
ought, and which has been
as borne the signatnre of
a been made under his per
apervision since its infancy.
to one to deceive you in this.
nd " Jus t-as-good " are but
and endanger the heolth of
lence against Experiment.
Itute for Castor Oil, Pare.
yrups. It is Pleasant. It
rphine nor other Narcotio
rantee. It destroys Worms
cures Diarrhoea and Wind
roubles, cures lonstipation
bes the Food, regulates the
healthy and natural sleep.
Mother's Friend.
ignature of
re Always Bought
er 30 Years.
than one section are put up tpgeth.
or, but these walls above the roof
are of no benefit in the way of pro
tecLion from fire on a one sectioni
cotton warehouse.
1stimates given hero are for 10,
inch hollow blook for foundations
and 8,inch block for walls and all
other material that faimers do not
usually have on their farms.
All labor, sand for cemen t blocks
and the nine 10-inch round posts to
rest g irders on through the mid
lie of the room, are to be supplied
by the farmer3.
This style of cotton warehouse
will hold about 400 pales to each
section. Two round p les, 10 inches
in diameter, should be placed uin
der each row of boles to prevent
capillery attacition of moisture
there at any time.
Remember this, that if lower
uno~s of bales aro wet or moist,
when stored, that in all cases this
lower end wvill be damaged more or
less, it matters not what kind of
floor it rests on.
25 barrels Portland cement, 100
cubic yards of sand, 18 girders
3x12x25, 208 rafters 2x5x13, 4 sills
4x6x25-these may be round;
ground post 10 inches diameter, 4
perlines 2x4x25, 50 plank 1x12x8,
61 straps, 1x4x8, 5(0 plank 1x12x13,
51 straps 1x4x 12, 5000 feet sheet.
ing. Total amount sawed lumber
11,000 feet.
At $1.50 per 100 feot $165 10
25 bbls ce ment at $1.80 45 00
Nails estimated 3 80
51 sq V crimp iron roofing
at $2,50 per square $127 50
1 2 hand hollow block ce.,
ment machine 75 00
Est freight on machine 4 00
Total cost material . $420 00
Thlis c~ment machine may
be sold for *50 wvhen
through with-credit $ 5i0 00
Net cost hought mahterial .$370 00
Thus it is made plamt to all
Umon men that by olubbitg to.
geithler they may put up the cish
$376.90 for the bought material
and do all the work making -the
cement blocks and puttig up their
own) warehouses with their OWn)
labor by the co-operative plan and
have their warehouses ready for
this crop if they will go at it when
through working crops.
For less money than it takes to
pay for a good pair of mules farm.
era may go to wor, ., .: .a2bol3
Cleanses the system
thoroughly and clears
sallow. complexions of
pimples and blotches.
It is guaranteed
th, Easley.
Over-Work Weakens
Your Kidneys.
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
All the blood in your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
The kidneys are your
. blood purifiers, they fil
ter out the waste or
impurities in the blood.
. If they are sick or out
of order, they fall to do
their work,
Pain-, aches aadrhnu
matis-m come frn cx
-- ' ccas of uric acid in the
blood, duo to neglected
kidney trouble.
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
heart beats, and makcs one feel as though
they had heart trouble, because the heart is
over-working in pumping thick, kidncy
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
but now modern science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin
ning in kidney trouble.
If you are sick you can make no mLstake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is
soon realized. It stands the highest for its
wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
and is sold on its merits
by all druggists in fifty
cent and one-dolarsiz
es. - You may have a
sample bottle by maii Hnm or swamp-noot.
free, also pamphlet telling you how to find
out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
Don't makie any mistake, but remember
the name, Swamp-Root. Dr. Kilmer's
'vamp-Root. and the address, Binghamton,
Y.. on every bottle.
way and put up tIeir oiUn fort ifi
cations now and gct well en
trenched reedy for the fighting that
i- sure to cono this fall to fotce
cottons farmers to turn loose their
cotton at pi ices that have vlways
made till others rich that iandleI
cotton excepting the men who toil
most of all to produce this cotton.
If this warehouse miovmnu lt
among cotton growers progress S
in gaining strengtlh and confidence
uimong cotton producers as tim*
passos, as it is ituw doing, we look
for several thousand of these co
operative warehouse to '- pat up
this summer.
When cotton producers get a
great chain of these worehouse
linked together in all the cotton
States in bonded form and produico
their own farm supplies, this con,
cert of action in a buminess way
will place this whole cotton pro
position upon a firm foundation
anrd mnsure conti nued prosnerity,
not only to cottosi growers, bitt it
will also bring prosperity to every
industry in the South.
There is nothing new in the art
of making artificial stone or co..
ment, block -by properly mixing
sand and cement. This art is about
as old as the country. But the re
cent improvements int the manufac
tuiring and con sequ ent cheapn ing
of the cost of cement and the ma
cinery for forming these holliv
. -S
For Perma
HERBINE acts directly on t.
from all poisonous mineral subs
constitutions; stron gthens the woa
a~ll dorangements of tho human bc
Mrs. Josle Camseroni,
Texas, writes? " I find
relief, and take pleasure
women who suffer from
Fifty Cents A Bottle'
Ballard Snov
St. Louk
blocks has reduced the cost of this
building material to ouch an extent
that it now..lookis like we are into
what wight be called the oneont
or concrete age.
These small hand power machines,
weighing from 400 pounds up and
costing 0fii $50 up, may be set up
at any convenient place, and by fol
lowing the instructions sent out
with these macbins Most any in
telligent man can make those ho'. te
low b'ocks and put up these ware. cu
houso walls. 00
Any further information on this t
warehome subji.et may be ha'l by au
any Union men that will. address
this bureau and enclose stamped
envelespe for roply.
Death of Mrs. E. Lay.
/ --
M rs. Elizabeth Lay, daughter of e
Wi. Boggs, and relict of Charles
.tddleton- Lay, died at the home be
of hr daughter, "Mrs. W. N. Cox v
of West.winister, S. C., after a lin. of
g1ring ilnes9 of three months dlu
ration. Mrs. Lay was exactly 80
years old. She leaves i host -f ac
quaintances and friends, besides E
oie nonl, five, daughters, tweIty bi
three graind children and th:r:e.-nI
great roud children. Her living h4
ism aind (aughters aro William
Lay, Okid, Okla, Mis. N. T. Mar. M
ii., Gre!Invi lt, 8. 0., Mrs. J, C. i
N. -whio, k)1n;isionery inl Japan; Mrs. w
V. H. HFo-tor, SpartaIburg, B. 0,
Mrs. V. N. (Cox, Westiinister, S. f,
C. anzd Mrs. R. A. Iltster, Pick. m
e111, S. 0.
At 36 years of ago Mrs. Lay was m
boreft of her Iumsband. There were I
mive vihildroni, the you ngest of whom rt
wI s about two years old. She X
rak 1sed all these children to maturi
t?, and has been t ministering an
get in their homes, having lived an
a(tive life up it a few months be- 0
Jibro her dath. .She will be sorely
Im isVed in each home of her daugh- g
t rs in South Carolina. ti
We loved yon much, grandmother dear, In
We gi iev that you have left us, a
Bnit W.e are. sure you ire lit rest I
In the glo'rious palaco of the bleat P
We Icnow that IIe dieoth all things heat
Whoso hands has just bereft us. 1
Yon will be miss, d, grandmother dear, d
Will long for you from day to day, d
But well we know your work was done, a
Your victory so nobly won
Was gained before tho setting, sun
Of life had passied away.
Wo'Il mourn for you. doir grandmother,
As we cur onward journey run,
But we ihlml are you at the door
WI'iting to groot u when we soar
Aflor our life's work is o'er
A und our hattles as your's are woni,
WXe say good-bye, dear grandmother,
TIis hard to Con youl pass away cal
Bnt hoj.e is with us,--you are near,
Your r-mlile anud presence stilt
shall cheer- W
Thanks be to God, we'll join you there, W
On the glorious Resurrection Day.
2is5 (o IAG0 Ol) (l.\AR IIs'roN 290
Cha rleston,, Southi Caroluna. Tr
Iuntrance examinamiitin will be hield in the
Coiunty ('u. rt ilouse onl Friday,,luly 6, a.1 a. im.
Onc. '- -ee Tuitiont .Scholarsihip to each counuty of
SoutLi, Carolinat lwalrd1ed by the County Supit. h
of F:~duen',tioni andi .01udge of P'robte. IHoard and1
fu runished' room in l ormitor y, Sit a month. AUH th
canidaI~ttes for adissioni are permitted to com
$200 a year. F'or cntalogue information, adidre.
ck Headache
nent Relief u
to Liver. It will cure CONSTIPA.
AND CHILLS. Is entirely freeCi
Lances, and is composed solely aft
ly adapted for weak and weary Cc
kened glands and organs; i6 chock s
Central ia Avenue, Temple, A
SE~R BINE gives mecquicle tot
in recoinmendinig it to allw
sick headache."
Avoid All SubstituteU
r Liniment Co.F
, U. S.A.
There are hundreds o0
from Female Diseases; enm
they write to me I will ghv
rience.-S B. Hartman, M.
N view of the great multitudo of 181
women suffering from some form of M at
male disease and yetunablo to find any "Hav
re, Dr. Hartman, the renowned gone- highly
logiet, has antiounced his willingness cold, aj
direct the treatment of as many cases which
make application to him during the monthi
mmer month without charge. ties to <
ho tre"tne will be conduoted by was bt
rrepmrdenop. - have (
rhe 3aedicine,.pesoribed can be o,- prescri
ined at all drug stores. foro I p
The Doctor will prescribe all medi- Grotto
was, applications, hygienic and diet- As I
y regulations necessary to complete llartn
cure. Furthermore, all correspond- the 11
ice will be held strictly confidential. an ins
tis offer will hold good only during depart
e summer months. Any woman can treat"'
come a regular patient by sending a Oases.
ritton statement of her ago, condition lHe i
life, history and symptoms of her do- thousl
ngoments, and previous treatment. every
Peru-na Brought Kealth w h O'
and Eappinestrn ..o
Miss Nellio South, late of Manchester, treat
ng., writes from 86 Prince Arthur St., corres
ontreal, Can., as folloWs: once.
" Peruna has made a wonderful
Pange in ray life. It has brought me
alth aid happiness.
"Since my seventeenth year I have
,d female complaint and irregularities.
y general health suffered, I had pains
my back and lower limbs, my eyes
ore dim,-and I became morose and un
asonable. .
"Mbother sought . he advice of our
mily physician, who yrescribed for
o, but I grew no better.
ml then stead of Peruna and procured
bottle. - That one bottle was worth
ore than all the doctor's medicine I
rd taken previously.
" I cannot express my gratitude. Pe
ma has been a great blossing to me."- -
ellio South.
Miss Edna Moore, 40 Elm street, But
,lo, N. Y., Secretary East End Literary
esociation, writes:
66I was a groat sufferer from systemic
6tarrh, was extremely nervous, could
t sleep, fainted oesily, was very irrita
e, had a confusion of the senses, and
t up in the inorning feeling more tired
ian when I went to bed.
"I was very wretched, but upon tak
t' Peruna I began to improve, and
Fter using the medicine four months,
felt like a new woman and was com
retely cured" -adna Moore.
The principal remedy which Dr.
Cartman relies upon in curing catarrhal
Leasos of women is Poruna. Hun- Thee
reds of women sufferers find Peruna should
household necessity. Colum
LR. EDITOR: Please say to your road
Complete line of Reliable goods whi
fact, at the prices which I am quoti
ry a little of "anything and everything
From no0W until Chriotmas we invit<
Will make the same offer as the ab
unks, Valisus, Gents' Furnishings, etc
Flour, salt and barbed wire by the
A complete lhne of the good kind o
ont King stoves and Chattanooga Plows
e best of their kind on the market. Ci
ars well
A full line of Undertakers' goods ar
Your patronage solicited and you w
P. 5.--All persons owing the estato
early as possible.
rom thlis de At will be,,gt init Spe
ora oflice every two wooks oin '1'ues
f'a after $alecday in each I month tadd
Oidaty two wee ks after echcl saledaty:
0. M. LYNCH, di
hum ervisior.
iny 8th 1906
res alt Coughs and 01v9 Bis -
a at s in expelling somnand tae
Ids from the Ho,**,' o
bo wels.
ertain cure
1aaA135 a? 7u3 LaUonaYear or
0. Dwnr & -00.. O~tOAgQ, U, S.A.
Anlcl by Piesn Drm. 'Co
thousands of women in America'sO r
tangering their lives by doing nothlhg.I
w them the benefit of my extensive ope4t
i Angelina Grotten, 805 St. Urbain
reet, Montreal, Can., writes:
ing heard Peruna praised so pjjp
induced me to try it for my
kd pains In the groins with ."y? V
I had boon suffering for
i. It took nearly three bot- -
or me,but I consider that -
.t a short timo, as I 3,
>fton taken doctors'
ptions for months be- 7.
B well known, Dr. -
an i the Presidentof -.....
artman Sanitarium,
Litution which has a -
ment devoted to the
ent of femalo die- -J//
3 thus broughT to see
Lnds of such cases
year, the most of
n r e
to be
I by
Half of
Woman's N -
Ills are
Catarrh 4
and for
Catarrh IV 4if
Unrivalled, - -- -
is EoA Mo0o
We havo on fille thousando tes
monials like the ones givo he
- . can give our readers only
glimpse of the vast array' Aoiolfo[
endorsements wo are ounstantly.
ceiving. No other, physipiaq in th b
o wishing to become patients world has received such a VOJIA'
address Dr. S. B. Hartman, enthusasti= letr
bus, Ohio. HaI tman for 1%uruna.
rs and my friends that I tll "still at IIe Old Stai
ch I have for their inspect in and sale at vory clos~'
ng I consider the goods aret;Rare Bargajins. Tel
" and am soiling at a close oft
.SH-OES, We have them alHo, SUJTrS, P'ANTSih
, a good line of OVERSHORS3.
3 the ladies to call and we wvill ma'ke them close
NIS, etc.
ove to the men folks on Clothing, Shoes, Hanta, Underoic&
The nicest line of these goods we Lave &vor carried..
sar load to go at prices that defy compotition.
I furniture and nico mlattinig, carpeoting anid regs. Ae
-two very necessary things in overy well regulated fatmlly
linatware, Glassware, Agatoware, Tinware and other waret
ai nice IHearse. Guy Mc F'aI
of W. T. Mcall will please come forward anid mu~ cso ej .
Life often seems too long to the woman who suf
rs from painful periods. The eternal bearing
>wnl, headache, backache, Ieucorrhea, nervousness,
zzlness, griping, cramps and similar tortures are
eadful. To make life worth living, take
It Eases Wmen's Pains
it quickly relieves inflammation, purfifls and enriches the bad~
engthens the constitution and permanently cures all disQedeke '
Ions from which weak women suffer.
it is matchless, marvelous, reliable.
At all druggest's in $1.00 bottles. -
ely and frankly, ins strictest confid.- writes Mrs. L.. U. Cievenger of
Ce, telling us all your symptoms and view, N. C., " at my montyprlj
ubles. We will send free advice all my life, but the first bottio'~
i plain sealed envelope), how to dul gave me wonderful relief, aM -h4!
re them. Address: Ladies' Advisory I am in better health thani I hiav6jqt
pt., The Chattanooga Medicine Co,, for along time. I think Cardui theg~
iattanooga, Tenn. . est womar.'s medicine in the wo4~
AdvertIsIng pay

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