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ach, Torpid Livet' and Chronic Constipation.L Fleasant to tate ricken ]4ar'ller's' Ullion Bureau of Iniformnation. -Conldieted I by fhe soith Carolina FainerS' 1Etentuc tionl anid Co-operative Union. ComiuIentions intended for this dopart tuoetit should be tutitressed to .1. U. Strinlitig, Pouiletoti, Sollthl U 1rolinna. The Williamson Corn Stunting Plan. The Williamson stunting process of corn and cotton, too, seems to bo the most fashionable plan of tho day. All over the country we see the stunting process on the crops. Corn and cotton, too, aro looking yellow for tho lack of work and sunshine; too much rain and the scarcity of labor has forced this stunting pr)oCes9 Upon the farmore. It is not in the piais of tho farmors to thus stunt their crops ! It is the force of circumstancos-t he weithor anl labor; this condition 13 un avoidable. Bit why not now ap, ply nitrate of soda of high grade ammoniated fertilizers to the side of these crops and test the value of lato application of the moro volatilo fertiihzers? There is no doubt in our minds but what all the ammonia or avail able riitrogen in commercial fertili zers havo been washed out by the recent heavy rains, and is now gone out of reach of common crops, and if we expect the best results from these solublo nitrogenous ertiilizers wo should apply them to crops inl the latter stage of its growth, when tho soil is filled with tho foeders little rootlets--thon ready to coln sumo volatilo plantt or soluble food Wo would not have our readers to misunderstand our position or opinion on this btunhiting plin At r. Williamson, we think, has done a good thing for the farming intorest of the whole South by calling our attention to his stunting plan in the cultivation of corn. He has put tho progressive farmer to thinking along this line of retarding the growth of stalk, the less valuable part of our crops, and increasing the grain or fruiting. We farmers have a great deal to learn along this line. Wo have known yoars ago that the best fall cabbage were grown by retarding thlo growth in the earlier stage; tha t is, transplant tihe plants in .July or August and ntot work themi out until the first ot September, when a good applies. tion of fertilizer apphied along with late cultivation insures of fine crop of fall cabbage. We hlavo also boon deceived by the come-out of some'0 very grassy cotton that wasH not worked oult unotil veCry late when propitious seasons and good1 cutlti vationl have produced astonishm1tg good crops, even at thlis late stage of the growth of tile cr ops. For many years we have stopp~ed what we think waste of money by applying ammiloniated comnmercal fertilizers to small grain sown in fall, or to other spring Crops when lanliting. We are satisfied that usually about aill the soluble prop. orties of nitrates are gone before the roots of crops~ are'sufficiently large oi numerous to take up or aip. propriato this valuable plant food. Trfleforo, we believe more in Iate or side applicaitionl of fertilizers than we do in tihe retarding or stuntting of the stalk growth. Bitt, we do not say that we are sure of this without we have demonstrated this fact by actual comparative test i bly measured area and weighed crops' t We hlave this side alplication of ~ fertilizers of both stunted and uin stunted crops of both cotton and e corn-m practical test, this year which, we trust, will give us luore i' light on this subject by actual comn. n parative test mladle inl a practical way on the way.a Organize a Farmers' Union Warehouse g Company. Our cheap plan for Farmers' B Union warehlouse seemls to have 3 stirred up no little opposition by that class of men thast have always I made their jack by supplying the farmer with that business manngo, | ment of the farmer's own affairs e that counts for loss or gain. Some. t 4hIing has b)een going the rounds about the price of cement at *1,85 ' being too low, which would render I 9ug plans out of reason, etc. ' t WVell, now just put up the price e of cemeont to $3.00 per barrel, if you please, which puts the bougth sup. s h~a ixative Fruit Syruo i Drug Company and Dr. R. F. Smi plios for one section warohouso at the oxtromoly low cost of $400. Now, it must be a vory trifling zood-for-nothing farmers' union or lanization that could not put up ,500 cash to start up an enterprise is this, that means so much in a )rotoctive way to the cotton pro 1 lucors! Farmers, do not let this old gang :attlo you; go ahead with your varehiouso organization. Lot those I Phat can put u) the cash for tJie )ought stutl', and those that cannot ut up tlie cash work out their thares which should be made not >vor $5.00 each. Tho Fariners Eductional and Co )perative Union cf America will iold a county meeting with the Jroswell Union, four miles north, ast, of Easley, Thursday, July 12 Lt 10 a. in. All local unions in he county are requested to send elegates Public is cordially in vited to itttend. Dinnur will be' erved on tho grounds. Telling Tisne by Floiwers. "With a littlie time and labor It would )a possible to construct a garden whoso [lowers vould combine to make a first rate clock," said the botanist. "It Is 5 f. in. when the sow thistle open1s," ho continued. "It is 5:30 when the dando lion opens. It Is 7 when the white lily opens. It is 8 when the hawkweed opens. At 11:12 a. in. the sow thistle coses5. At noon precisely the yellow goat's heard closes. At 2 V. m. the lhawkweed closes. At 5 the white lily loses. Tle dandelion closes at 8 sharp. S4uince Pliny's tino forty-six Cowers iave been known to open and shut with great punctuality at certain hours of tlio day and night-" Hills of Different Ilirds. The bill of the canary is built for nrusihing seeds-has strength, but in miany of the doves the bill is slender ind weak. Mny of the pigeons and loves that feed on seeIs have gizzards Lhat are large and muscular--crushing aind grinding being accomplished in that way. It is dilelcult to say how much birds experience tasto, probably in a small degreo. DickS and parrots have soft, fleshy tongues, but in most birds tnuch of the tongue Is sheathed in horn. Food may le selected by intuition as to wlit is wholesomo, more than by tast.-St. Nicholas. PurIty o)f Milks. In l'arls the mnunicipaIl chemists no (ept ilk as5 pure when it contains one (0unce0 Of butter and1( four ounces of solIds per qunart. At Bern millk must contain at least 3 per cent of butter and14 may contain 00 per cent of water. At Berlin the police seize all milk of fered for sale wvhichi is below the legal ly required standlard of 2.7 per centt of fatty matters. Tis allows the daIry men to add with safety from 10 to 18 per cent of water to fairly rich milk. ~safer. "Of course, I don't want to critise, but I dlon't think it was altogether rIght for D~avid to say 'all men are liars.'" "W~ell, at any r'ate, it was safer than to p)ick out onet mni and( say it to him." -Philadelpila Ledlger.. An Old Clockt. The great clock at Ilouen has been measuring time and striking the hours and (iuarte'rs for over 500 years and, It ia saId, has been running all this time Moderun llantry. The Man (in the street car)-Take my you, but I also get out at the next cor ner.-Chicago News. Calmuny is the worst of evils. In it there are two who commit Injustico and ono who is injiured.-Hlerodotus. A Woman's Health ra a heritage too sacred to be oxpori mnented wih. F~or her Peculiar and~ doli 'ate aIlments only meleIines of kntown ~omp~oition and1( which contain nto alco ml, narcotics, or other harmnful or habit (orming dIrugs should be empiloyed. Suchl medCiIcino is D)r. Pierce's '1avorito 1'ro eriptionl-a remledy with a record of over arty years of cures to recomenld it; a eumedy, tile mak~ers of which prinlt its :>rmia on every bottle-wrapper~ andi at 3st Its comlelteness andl correctness utder~ oath; a remedy doevised and adapted woman's delicate constitution by aln lulcatedI ph ysiclaan---an oxp1orionced sp)0- - alist In womllan's diseasos'~ a remedy - 'ory ingredliont of whieh Lias received IC written endorsement of the most omi nit medical writers of all the several hools of practice for the eure of woman 's rruliar dsea2seso; a remedy whlichl has Oro honu2(-/le ciures to its credlit thanli iy other sold1 by dIruggists for woman's t' >ocial reqiromoents. It 1s not given vay in the formie of "trial bottles " to be h l)erimtented with, but Is sold at a fair rice by all d(lehrn in medIcines, it If a womatn 11as bearing down or drag ugpains, low downi in tihe abxdomen, or t ovs, backache, frequon t headaches Sor faintin sllis nervous and ei y startedha gnat~wing feeling ina aeimgnary flaigspecks, a r Smooher eyes, has1 melancholia, ranfr t Wliseakening disagreeable flE rai rmis)ake e or'gans, site can make forces( by rorting to the use of Dr. ta 'ivioat and~oik Prescription. It will ndgo escaly th etleij tt whle system 8 No womaun sugierii fro all * h bovo symp~tomsn can affrrl tn anyji ofnth eret lIostrlum or mledicte tof acc1 tIyl any onpositI0 n a sitlbstit ~ for amoi on, wiech irce's otvoy 0'rer- E< asll a reord of ov (OslORTIoN and as1 eord gl to-dal f orty years and( sells .. lorkelrg('witohday thaan over before. Its atten1 thll no secrets from their \ *tlth or best g oietn pu'blicity to h llf cosnthi )y letter 7n omn t Iletters of conIsultatlo arc 1fch(r a. t credly confiidential and an a1~re, relda rn'ted Ilirnt Sstid01 oe1,Adr&i ICeal Institutin n..ftmo N. Y. ndSr Cleanises the syst" thoroughly and clears sallow complexions of pimples and blotche. It Is guaranteed h, Easley. A Fortune In a Soag. Song writing is one of the most lu !ratlve of occupations, provided one ,as tho knack of appealit to the pop ular taste. The average writer stands t better chance of making money by producing pathetic rather than so called 'comic" songs. "The Lost Chor4" ha. nade three or tour fortunes. It has een the most lasting success on reo )rd, and for years Sir Arthur Sullivan, to composer, and bladam Antoinette sterling, for whom it was specially written, received a royalty amounting :o 12 cents each on every copy sold. It was a gold mine to the publishers too. Onion Soup and Fame. Membership in the French academy, the hoped for reward of Gallic writers, ivas once closely associated with onion soup. During the restoration in France x club was formed under the title of 'Diner do la Soupe a l'Onlon." This or fanization contained twenty members. It met every three months, when the Alinner was opened with an onion soup. rhe club was to en e until every as sociate was elected to the academy. This was accomplished in 1841, when the last banquet was held. Pat's Escape. An Irishman, meeting another, asked what had become of their old acquaint ince, Patrick Murphy. "Arrah, now, dear honey," said the 3ther, "poor Pat was condemned to be sanged, but he saved his life by dying In prison." she Would. "I'm going up to interview your wvfe," said the society repor(er. "Do you suppose she'll talk?" "Do I?" replied the husband. "Why, she'll be talking when your twenty second edition comes out." A Vaeaner. Filled. Gerald-I have a cold in my head. Geraldihe-Well, I supposo that Is bet ter than nothing.-New York Press. The linlalgt of Fame. Superlative fane i8 where a man lis not only forced his name into everybody's mouth, but has kept It there until the first class newspapers are spelling it the anme way every time they mention it.--Puck. Don't refuse to tell or show the ap prentice what to do, for you once had to learn all that you know. BRIDGE NOTICE! Will let to the lowest responsible bid. der the removing of Cox and FarrEi Bridge to the new site at Farrs blill, on July 5, 1900, between 11 and 12 o'clock JOHN W. WALKER, Supervisor Greenville Co. 0. M. LYNCH, Supervisor Pickens Co. 'ne 18. 1406.-fde CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of C ~~"4A 4 Frilit Jars Will he very high this season. I have a few, hought Inst w'intor, whichi until June 16th, will seli under the market. Do not wvait until after that 'late. I want chickens, eggs and hams. T. D. HIARRIS . Supersedes imei Table No 4 Eit'ectlve March to 1906 Read Downt Road Up No 12 No 10 STATIONS- Noe11 No 9 Mixed Mixed Mixed Mixed 4;:10 pmn 10:-10 am lv Plekens ar 2:55pm 7:35 pm 4:45 pmn 10:45 am Ferguson 2:45pm 7:30 pnm 4:55 pmn 10:55 sin *Parson's 2:80pm 7:20 pm 5:00 pm 11:00 am *A rli's 2:25pm 7:15 pmi 5:10 pm 11:05 am *Mauldlin 2:20pm 7:10 pmn 6:15 pm 11:15 am ar Easley Iv 2:15pm 7:05 pmn *Flag Statioas All trains daily except Sunday No. l0 connueebs with Southeor n Railway No 3S1 No 9 connuects with Southern, Railway No 12 No. 12 (connlects with 8o uthern Railway No i No 11 connects wvith Southern Railway No40 I2'For any information app'y to J1 T TrAY LOR Gen Manager CASTOR IA For Infants and Children, rho Kind You Have Always Bought Signature of Notice. The Sumor School for colored )acheOre will bo0 hold in the E~as y Graded School building, comn ionoing Monday July 9th. All tachors and espocially those who :poct to teach this summer should tend, Trustees should as much possible see that their teachers ke advantage of those summe bools. 3. 13. Simpson, Principal instruc r. By order of State Supt. of lacation. IRGINIA COLLEGE! r*uu Le.sI the outh.Ne buidings n met.mpus ten ore. oran thEuropean anl~ Ameoricanm teachers. -- 3 staes.For cataloguekaddrenej -JOB WORK Job work of every description donehere withneatness and d*is patch. Railroad and Commercial Printing Letter and. Note Heads, Bill Heads and Statements, done neatly and at reasonable pricos. Give us a Trial. Sentinel-Journal Co., PICKENS, S.C. We NevenDisappoint Our Patients. We Fulfill Every Promise and Clover Hold Out F1ls0 HoPs. WE URE riture witkout the knfe orbougloand VadCOCele vit WE CUREpainu or detention trot. businesai; Contagi4ouls In)ood Poison cured never to return4 WItloat Tnercury or itnineral mixtujre; Loss of Manly Vigor Positively etrati; no ptirnulait 1u' pernianient, The Dr. King Melical Co. Is an in1titution orgaulzed under the laws of the statV of 00orfgla for the treartment and euro of Al Servousandcbronic diuases. Dr. N. R. iKingt the founder of - this institution, is the chiof consuiting a peciallst, being assisted by a staff of eminent physicians and taurgouns. ' . Oursucoossin the treatneptot chronic dieenses isunsurpas. sod; we use both medical and cleoCtrical agencies. Our offoesare equipped with al the ga vanic, faradio battore fee, X-ray, violet ray, and Finco ray: in fact, every electriofl contrivanoe known to the mcdicn profess i rsantaritu I modern In every respect., slnd we employ noneQ but the boat - - trained and emletent attendants, regularly quadified gradae and licensed physicians being in chargo. We employ no misleading nicane to securo pati.ents an4 atronago--no0. 0. D.'s or unasked for lioeraturo are-sont out y this Instution. Our terms for treatirnent average from 86.00 to $10.00 per month. (medicines included) and we give the assilr anco of a curo within a speollied timo. We succcssfuily'treat and pre NY BE J EN. CHRONIC DISEASESe"*tly cure 'l chr"7 nio d"e"ses such as Kidney and Bladder troubles, Rh tinatisn, tu pture lilydrocele. Drains. Losses, etc., and A ri'vate 1UIL 'Diseases. Tuinors and mialignant troubts. Oatarr of the gae, Throat, Head and Lungs. Diseases of Eye and Ear, N. K. KING. M. D. tronio isoaoses of Women such as Displacoments, 0Oi1 OANIULTING P y Unnatural Disclnrges, and such eakesses of women. rl~m I us 1M'Wdy "AgSring your Condition if you are sick or tiicted. on request We V send y r uterature, Including symptom blanks for home treatment. ". 0ONS10 ION, EXAMINATION AND ADVICE FREB. -a..m.. DR. KING MEP AL 00. Mtts asa Atlanta, Ga. 1T85 COLLEGE OF CliAitL ESTON 10 Charleston, South Uarolina. Entrance examintiatloits will be held In the County Court liouso on Friday,. lly 6, nti9 a. in. One Free Tu Ition Schiolarsihip to ench county of South Carolina awarded by the County Supt. of Education and Judge of P1robate. Hoard and R. EDITOR: Please say to ye furnisheil room in Dormitory, *l1 rntonth. All Complete line of Reliable go candidates for admission are permitted to coin pete for vacant Boyce Scholarship.s which pay fact, at the prices which I i 1100 a year. For catalogue information, addrets carry a little of "aiything and evv: Harrison Randolph, 'resident. A CERTAIN CUHtE FOR ACHING FEET WEAR and HEAVY KNIT Slur Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder, cures Tired, Ach- i A - - C s1 -1 ing, Sweating, swollen feet. Sample sent FI1C, als Sample of FooT-EAsg SLNITAIIy COaiN I'AD, a dIDYG new invention. Addes. Allen S. Olmnsted, LaeD.DES OiS Llo), N. Y.Wil akthsaeoers TAKE~ NOTICE, InikVlssGit'Prihs From this date I will be in the Super-Flrslah( )1-dwi' visors office every two weeks on Tules.. ~l1l~e11001tego day's after SIaleday in each month and I'r igsoe n htaog Tucsday twvo weeiks after each sa~leday to transact business5. tehs terkn ntemr 0. M. LYNCH, Hulervisor. May 8th 006Comlt line of etabes gc ________facti patronhe rcswicI a cary . littll f "anythingn te 'I' WilsmakrancesamVoffrua olor, YouanrbabEywes The AcA comtlItsurhnc oPolicygtoa yieldsron,00ngintovss onddehahtproviae] an indhenbeytoff$2,eir kondtoe loesmofk patcy ha 96AeulaieofUddt.es Guard yourueyestwitnage solicAtON YOU th- wot- on tal' ie.. w. St-AlUN peron TRIngth Insurance Valuet 1 nn N~. e at~ tyour Yoreyee.sUL S roi$.5t$100 yild I 50 i n caL of dXeT poEEs ~Itott t aia an indemnity ofofor 2it00enforithelalosssot practay SalfIdead. -ilvstPc- cllrrc. ctrostc enuriaydatrd ayorye with y duto cand Atl awcef ytIi tt 2181g wtopp ing at Drale's rl wrth J TVN RM N OL0. Dr.n Neon wll ake noi aplishartic01u-_________ oarly to or ex ntonad.i few of. . wos Newniltgn, rvi ni IA AA5 GRopErEurVI L L'IE'SIEXPERT EYE ens, FrldaNo.yX anaisaturdayti Julytt,20th andit Dr ewo will mak('iliiilj inoi ichargo.15 Itfor.. II. HailtonMi's. 4. B. oggaIF'LES . . 'irai . . from $2.25 lti 100 M. Taylo, Mrs. . A. MePnSTyLS rr . h.airi . from 2.5 to 500 .:~2oTGUiNwuSi 2. o 7.5 itiis~ I5.00 Major3, 14 Stew rt, M. A. 1. Boga Ak yo'27', ur alal t 'ins ti n iair o r e lnus. Mr. M.F. Heser, Ni. and i-s 11 ~V. diret. aiage chri htltliitjtt i toai. M~In afl J~strrataro. r. BnHeeccckscMr. Js Ms in stampsto l se mi nti anywheriitrctl i sta mpus. B.Chronalar opeoli atlsii-,:Mas., U.il S. A ::2snutto r x mnto n h is iS! i,~rsii( iil~ti i iir co m n atos hehr:Igist, dI rea Wiit to ~itil F:30.O'DmLN . ..n xetu afri Mr'.W ah mM s .G i 'r hip""r'. 9i iisinl tiriigltt~~i 1 |lmn isEl aMs .J C lvo, i:5 Catm, Nioi Ia danygfre. e Mr.Go r-ln'r.J N.. Jamoson, igi, AI.(e.'' iyi Gnu A -. Miss Jessi Hamilton.Mr.tandiMr.iA.iTra(n.o.1'.eA.. R. HamiltonaMrs.,.'E.tRoggsiMri.. Aignt,(. M..TayloM. W. IA.Mcinney. - Iar res d:., Far, Mr.A ,Hnik, Mr -.M FLAVORING EXTRACTS I keep the best extract on the market and have all flavors, Get your flavors here for your ice creams and cakes and you wil have no cause for complaint. Luziannee coffee, already ground, in one pound tins can't be beat at the price, 25C the pound and money back if not satisfied. Fresh full cream chese-in my ice box-home raised and good, at 20C the pound. Ice cold drinks of all kinds. Best line of Fancy Gro ceries in town. Your patronage solicited an'd satisfaction guaranteed. Try a sack of Copyright flour-pure and wholesome., D. F. PACE. This week it is Laundry soap and washing powders. Cleanliness is next to godliness no: m THAT'WN J. F. Harris is still in business at the same old stand by him self. Come around and get some bargains in general mer chandise, but don't all come at once. I will sell your a 24 poun1d sack of good flour for 50 cents. And all other things according, minus Meat and Dried Fruit which is as high as Harnan was hung. Irish potato seed, Bliss, Early Rose, Burbanks and Beauty of Hebron, by the peck at any old price. Jo P IIARRJS, By Himself. Nowm A G00D CHANCE Now is a good time when there are so many Sales going on in our City, to find out how reasonable we have always been selling our merchandise and for how less you can buy our goods now than the advertised prices of our competitors. We have still in our always superb stock, some very hand some two and three piece suits which we are selling at remark ably low prices considering the quality. L ROTHSCHILD, Greenville, S. C. LE OLD 8TA N. ur realors and my friends that T am "still at the Old Stand," with a ods which I have for their inv;-ction and sale at very close figures. In in quoting I consider tho goods areRare Bargains. Tell them that I ryth ing," and am selling at a close profit. INTER SHOES, Weo have them also, SUITS, PANTS, UND R VS; also, a good line of OVERSHOES. c invite the ladies to call anl we wvill make them close prices on NOTIONS, etc. the above to the men f'olkcs on Clothing, Shoes, H~ats, Underclothing, gs, etc. The nicest line of these goodsj we h-ave ever carried. .y the car load to go at prices that def'y comnpoti Lon. kind of furniture' and nice matting, ca rpeting and rugs. Agent fQx 'Iows-two veory necessary things in every well regulated iamily and 4t. Chinaware, (G1asswvare, Agate ware, Tinware and othier ware that >ds and a nice Hearse. G u ~ c 'I you wiill be treated right. G u M cFaI estate of W. T. McFall will please come forwaid and make settlement SOUTHWRSTJ The Land of BIG CROPS and PROSPERITY Are you maineg as mnehi (of your farmu asi you ought? No doubt you are making all you can LI The Ii ou1) bl is1 11ho ( (ad os4ts toe innteh, It lakes too muchi mone](y to) bny a big farmu, anid so you are trying to make a living oni a smnall farm, 0r peLrhaps) you aire renlting one and payiio ai good shasre of what you ralise, ini rout. \\eonin't it~ be better to go where t he( p~rice of good land is so little that you enn own a big farm-where oevery neroe of thle groundit is woikinig for' you and all you raise is paymng you good profitsi? '1'here are ihousiis of nere's of fert ito lend ini Soiiuinest along the lii ( of the (Cotton iRolt Routet that can be boughti for from 83 to $1()01 n ner. TIhis land( i14 increasmng im value eachi year. See the Southwest at Small Cost A trip to thel S;out.hiwest woul conv ince you I hat yo-ur best mif cet 151) in Mettling there1. Theii t~i ip clin be madel at -ery lii Ue expo-lni S On lhe Ilirst anid Ihbird Tuiestday of each month you purchelase a r(14ota tip f )ike to an iy pmoint inl li the il Houthwest oni vin of the (Cottn neh RItil U l mt v. ry lo4w ri1'1. Stop- overs ill beo al Slowed for . on I o xaaminc any local ily yo el it e rested in. \ ie at once4 or irIen 001pi)s of hm, ks dooci iingh tis wonl (1der1f 11 u linty and o r f0'ull inftor m ion abin ii ost08 of tickets. L. P. Smith, T. P. A., Cotton Belt Route, 203 Equitable Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. I have a geo(d line of Amroong the larle) thle recor mmen dablo ol styleo Seth IThomIeas (GoeL4 with weimhts, ni hieh I am- selling at spr eii]l bargalins. Aind a iew line of SI l;VERWVAlm. A lso solid Go1(d andJ Sil ver WATChImES. A nice lino of' SpectaScIos; 1 guiaranteeo glassies to fit eyces. All kinds of repa ir w~orkr in the jewoelry line. HI. SNII)ElR, - - Ea~sley, S. C, >EPOSIT WITH LIBERTY BANK! Ten cent cotton has p)ut lots of money in the country [any people have been rob~bedl and killed for their money. afe blowers have triedl the LIBERTY BANK id failed to get the money. D~elays are dangerous. Open i account with them today and yo.g money wili be safe. Interest p~aidl on1 tine dIep)osits. H-. C. Shirley, Cashier. $1.oo will open an account wvith the Liberty Bank.