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THIS GREAT REMEDY IS
Acute and Chronic Diseases of
the Kidney, Liver, Bladder
or Urinary Organs and
_Acute, Chronic Rheumatism,
Uric acid, lumbago or gout.
Dissolves and expels Gravel
or Gall Stones. It heals and
removes irritation, Inflamma
tion, Ulceration or Catarrh of
The Test That Tells.
DOT H AN, Ala., Jan. 21, 109.
Dr. Kilmer & C .. Binghamton, N. Y.
Gentlemen:--About one year ago twc
of my children suffered badly fromn weal
kidneys and diabees; their urine was
very bad and they would have severe
spells of dizziness, and were all rut
down in health. I was just' about dis
couraged. 1 tried se eral re medies and
finally a doctor, but they did not srem
'iprove. I knew of a friend wvho wa.
ta ~ampRoot for lbiicy tr'ul
with good results. and I dtcided to get
some for the ckihir< i. I noticed thi-re
was some improveiaent after they had
taken two largc bottles, and continued
to give it to them until they hid taken
a half dozexn bottb s and wore well oni
theroad torecovery. I think Swamp
Root has done more for my children
than any other medicine I have tried
and I recommend it to one bas ing chil
dren who suftered as mine did.
R. W. LlNSE'DY,
. City Clerk, Dothan. Ala.
A Georgia Woman.
SPARKS, Ga., Jan. 11. 1909.
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton. N. Y.
Geatlemen:-Some time ago I wa,
troubled with kidney trouble; hal1 sever
painb in back and hip3. Was treated b:
a physician, but without any benefit. -
noticed some Swamp-Root advertisini
and resolved to give it a trial. Af tei
taking four bottles I was completel3
cured. fave not suffered any pain a
since and can recommend Swamp
Roct to anyone sufftring from kidne:
MP.S. E. V. STEVENS.
Brinson, Ga., Jan. 20, 1909.
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamt n, N. Y.
Gentlemen: -Some time ago I suffere<
s everelv with pain in my back and hivs
My back pained me continually and :
felt miserable. A friend rpc:>mmende(
Swamp Root. I obtained ail took th<
contents of two bottles w hen I fel
relief. My back has not troubledl mi
since and I can thoroughly recommend
Swamp-Root to at yone suffering fron
Yours very truly,
~REV. E. T. DAWSON,
Results After Usmng.
BOSTON. Ga., Jan. 13, 1909.
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
Gentlemen:-Some time ago 1 was
troubled with kidney trouble. I thought
for some time I was suffering with Dia
bates. I had severe pains in my back
and hips. A friend recommended
Swamp-R:>ot and I decided to give it a
trial. I obtained a bottl~e fromn a drug.
gist and after taking several bottles the
pain wvas entirely gone and I have not
suffered thse slightest since. I cannuot be
too enthsiastic in my praise of this
wonderful medicine and it gives mn
great pleasure to give my testimonial in
regard to its merits.
J. B. ROUNTREE,
Former Mayer and Member Legislature.
We have sold Mr. Rountree Swamp.
Root and have also sold it in a number
of cases for kidney trouble and- always
with perfect satisfaction.
J. C. A DAMS & SON.
IF YO NEE
SWA P-ROT isnot ecomende
DON'BEMISED fo exap'e wED
edy, dont aillw any drugist, d
place. Every time he
NOTICE.-Every reader of The S
der Remedy, may address Dr. Kilmer &
A Sworn Certilicate o1
Notice of Election.
Whereas, a petition from the
freeholders and1 electors of Ru
hamah School (district No. 5, has
been filed with the Counity
county asking said Board for
permission to hold an ele2ctionl in
said (district to determ'inje wheth
er or not twro mills extra levy
shall be levied on said school
(list rict for school purposes.
It appearing. to the Ciounty
Board of Educat ion that the pe
tition meets the requlirements of
the law. therefore it is~ ordered
that the trustees of the abovt
named School district do hold ar
election March tith at Ruhamal
School House for above)~ state
purpose. The Trustees shall b
managers, and shall condue
this election as all general elec
The Value of A Reme y Is Proven By
ELK WOOD, Ala., Dec. 14, 190'.
Dr. Kilmer & C., B nghamton, N. Y.
Dear Sir:-I have derived such great
be.nefit from the us! of your reme Y,
Swamp-Root, that I believe it to be nio,t
important for the pub!ic to know i;s
wor th. For the y st ten yeors I have
been the most niserabla of men. Did
not know what the tr<.uble was, but had
to urmnate very frequently both day ard
night; was all puffed up generally.
Could not sleep more than a conple of
houi s at a time, was greatly distress-l
after cating a meal and was about worn Di
out. I had tried nearly everything I
could see advert-sed and hear of, with
out helping me to any great extA n,
until finally in October last at Rii an,
Wir.. I pm chased a one dollar bottle of Di
Swamp-Root and commenced taking it
according to directions and I followed ex
that with another bottle and experienced yc
such great relief and bnefit from same he
that 1 purclsed five dollars worth at an
Huntsvill-. A!a , au t continued its use w]
and am now taking it, but in smaller of
doses and twice a dAy in place of four m
times a day and believe by the time w
present supphiy is used up I will be er
entir ely well. I am feeling better now efl
than for ten -e:ast. Can eat and I
si'p fi.s-clas, in f act I am feeling s a
toed th t I cannot resist telling you S,
aibout, it. You are at liberty to publ'sh or
th!is t- stimonial should yvu wish. bc
Very R. spec:fully, in
TEOS. STALLARZI), U. S. A . Retired, fr
Box 7. R. I. No. 2, E!kwood. Ala. A
A Clergyman. to
NEW ROADS, La , Jan 22, 1909. u
Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Binghamton. N. Y. as
Dear Sir I write todaN to the public "
that your Swamp-Root cured me of kid
ney trouble. I was almost past going;
having sp..snodic spells with my kid- s
neys that were breaking down my con
stitution. The best medical aid was
employed and they pronounced my trou- R
be as alkali in the kidney, but were
unable to do me any permanent good.
I took four bottlh-s of Swamp-Root and
became a well wan. This was six years D
ago and I have had no trace of the
troub'e. Yours for suffering men. or
REV. J. R. TAYLOR. i
Pastor Ba;tist Church, New Roads, La. S1
Mail Carrier's Experience.
I have been a rural letter carrier fur
over five ! ears. Some two y ars ago I t
was taken with severe pains in my back. n
I us -d medicine from my f amily physi
clan for seveaal months without any
ben- fit. A friend. Mr J. D. Nelson, ad
visetl me to try your Swamp-Root, but I
Iad Io faith in it. I continued to grow
worse arnd at Ias decided to try th:s cc
rea.dy andi bought of Long Bros. aS
firt. -:sent bottle which gave me great
relhef. I th'-a bought two orne-dollar
ba ttles, which 1 can truthfully say have
completely cured me.
Hadi it not b~eeru rbr 6\%nwPaut, i ed,
would hav- den comp4elled to quit the a
"Mi'GTree delivery service.Se
I ad flmtmt
ptinls in iheir bacl that Swomp-Root so,
will cure them. R
I was so bad that very often my wife*
would have to help me to arise. tie
M. B. H ENDRICKSON, on
Rural Letter Cairier, Route No. 2.S
A Contractor. *o
DONALCONVIL LE, Ga., Jan. 20. 1909.
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
Gentlemen:-About four years ago I
suffer ed from kidney trouble and rheu
matism in my hips. The pain across my Dr
baak became so severe that I could hard
ly straighten up and could not walk1
without dragging my feet. I wouldfi
urinate f'req zntly atnd would have tose
rise two oir tacee times diuring the nigwht.
causing mec to s iffer from loss of sleep. Rc
And with the p .in I was all rut doiwntr
anid began to lose fl sh. I saw Swamp
Root advertised and bought one bottle do
to try .t. After taking it I felt better d
ar:1 ~culd sleep all right at night. I P
c'ontinuedl to take it until I had taken o
four large bottles. I was entirely freer
from any patn in the back and began to R
gain in weighit. I always recommendtr
Swamp-Root to my friendIs as I thinkItr
the cure in my case remarkable.
Yours very truly,
M. A. HICKSON, Donaisonville, Ga. tre
rery mail bring many unsolicited te
e United States and foreign land
ide for what Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-]
> not let anyone sell you some other
vamp-Root-if you do you will be d
hat you ask for-there is no other
A MEDICINE YOU SHOULD H AVE'
for everything, but if you have kidney, liv
nes during the night, have smarting or irrita
e found just the remedy you need.
you ask for Dr. Kilmer's Swvam p-Root, the G
rg clerk or store keep-r to persuade you into
eceeds in selling you a worthiess substitute h
are humbugged at the expense of your
ntinel Journal who has not tried Swam p-Ro<
o., Binghamton. N. Y. and receive a sample
1Dealers In 50c And 1.00 Si2
Purity With Every Bottle
cordance wth Sec. 1208 of the
By order of County Board of I
R. T. HALLUM, cc
Sec. & Chin.o
Notice to Debtors and Creditors. ~
All persons having c'laims against the ob
estate of die late Isaac Durham deceased, es,
must present the saime duly proven on
or before the 1st cay of April 1939, _
or be debarred paymnent, and all persons~
ndebted to s id' emate must ima:ke pay
ment on or be'fore the, above date to the
R. N. DURHAM, Adlmr. p1
CASTOR IA s
For Tnibnts and Children. -
The Kind You Have Always Bought ~
Kimrner's likeness is on the out
side wrapper of every bottle.
Beneficial In Severe Cases.
Kilner & Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
entlenen:-I hardly know how t<
prtss my appreciation for the goo(
ur Swamp-Root has done me. I hia
en greatly troublel with my kidneys
d with pauin in the b ick-; also Wit,
iat the doctors termed i fl fimm:ltie
the neck of the bl.td.ler. So noti nez
V back would get in such shape that
s almost helpless. I had tried sev
I doctors and medicines to no gioo
ct, and finally I noticed in som
P-r where Dr. Kilner prop s.d t. sein
tnp'e b.>ttle of hik k idn-y medic.i
amj.-Root free by mail. I rent a
ce and received promptly a
.te. After taking it I found it di
e good. I then purehased two hottle
Dm onr merchant, %r. W. J 1l;zr
ter taking thy miedicinle I felt hke
w man, and each da, ro le five iile;
teach school. You are 'at brty ti
e this letter, or refer anyone to me
I will always be gla- to toel then.
at a wonderful reai edly this Savamij
)ot is. Mr. James Ivens, of Saunder
Ile. Tenn., is taking it with good rt
Its. Very truly your;,
D. A. 3IONTGOMiERY,
Member Tennessee Legislatur-,
ral Route No. 24. Edgetfield. Ten,
Results It Has Proved.
DOMTHAN. Ala., Jan. 21, 100').
Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y
Dear Sir:- H ive b-ien suffering n*:
less from kidney trouble for the l:!
e years and was induced to trv voi
amp-Root. Am happy to sty, orgia
u testimnodial. that it has cured me.
i a travling salesman for Mses
gate & Co., New York. and am :,
ys traveling on the roa-l. Drinkivp
e diflerent waters affected my kid
Vs. Yours respect fulle,
A Prominent Mason.
Acording to my experience, I do ne
st icr there is anything to e-qua
amp-Ubot for kidnoy affectiou.
'wice it relieved me when I was comn
'he last time I was travelit
as, wh len my' kidneys b hc~ouA al--t
an~d tenl da Ss I suffered :xcrue:1ing
s, oopnipai severe chiis
-ayears previous, having beeni re
ed of a siminalar attack, I naturelly
ght relief as before from Swamp
rter using four of the large size hot
, I was completely restored and went
my way -ejoicing and praisint.
amp-Root. This was three years ag<
I have had no indication of a returm
J. C. SMIT H, JR., 33 Mason,
WAYCROSS, Gas., Jan, ~>, 1009.
Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
ear Sir:-During last October I suf.
ed from my kidneys,
consulted my phy~ s:cian, who pre.
bed for in". but his treatnsent. did not
~efit me. A fler readi~ng sonme S wamip
t literature, I decided to give it.a
. After taking a few does, I felt
ewhat relieved, and after two onei
liar bottles had been taken, I had nc(
a and was completely cured. I have
had the slightest pusn in my baal1
ipi since. From my own experience,
au cheerfully rec >mmnenli Swamp
t to anyone suffering fstom kidney
ble. Yours very truly.
SIMON MA RTIN.
ir. Martin conducts a carting and
~timonials from people all ov-ei
, expressing herrtfelt grat
oot has done for them.
medicine to take the place of
sappointed-insist On getting
edicine as good as Dr. Kil
r or bladder trouble or obliged to gr
tion in passing or heart disturbanet
reat Kidney, Liver and Blder Rem
buying something else i-1 Is
makes more profit.
)t, the great Kidney, Liver and Biad
bottle free bv mail.
ee Inside Wjra..pper.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Sotice is hereby is hereby given thal
iii make application to J. B. Newv
ry, Esq.. Judge of Probate for Pickem
tv, in the State of South Carolina
the 11th day of March 1909. at 1
lock in the forenoon. or as soon the.-e
er as s-aid application can be heard
leave to make final settlement of the
ate of N. M. Madden, decessed. ano
tam discharge as Executor of saic
J. E. BOGGS, Extecuter.
ats! Oats! Oats!
For spring sowing wey have
enty of the Burt or 90 day
Norris Cotton Mill Store.
Cateechee, S. C.
'?t' HAIR BALSAaI
DOUBLE BROODING COOP.
It Is Not Hard to Build and Will Dc
The double brooding coop shown in
the drawing is four feet square and
three feet high at rear, 22' in flon:
It may be built of tongue and grov(.
stuff or straight-edge boards one-hali
or three-fourths-inch thick. The hinged
lids should have two cleats each tc
Double Brood Coop.
make them firm. In front is a one
inch niesh wire nerting and at the
edges are strips of three-quiarter by
1%-inch stuff, to insure rigidity. I.
one corner, as shown, is the nest, four
inches deep and 15 to 18 inches
square, according to the size of the
hens kept. The board floor, explainr
the Orange Judd Farmer, is covered
with sawdust or sand. Food and
drink are more readily supplied
through the door, which preferably
lifts in front, as shown.
PROFIT IN POULTRY.
Farmer Keeps Acccunts and Finds
Biggest Money in the Chickens.
One farmer down east, in order to
find out where the leaks and where
the gains were, kept an exact account
with every department of his farm.
He discovered that he was losing
money on his beef cattle, that hogs
just paid for themselves, that sheep
were good if his lambs came early.
and that the poultry made the largest
per cent of profit of any feature of his
farm. The result was that he quit
fooling with beef and hogs and put
more money and time into poultry.
The increased prosperity on that farm
was so marked that he wrote out for
publication his experience.
Because a hen is small and a steer
is big is a child's reason for having
contempt for the former and respect
for the latter, says Farmers' VoI
One of the biggest money -iii
the world is the street car
which depends entirely up
come for five-cent sa
-chewing t~ a penny. yet
just reeently a syndlicate was organ
?td, with over a million dollaru capita!
to make "trust chewing gunm." It will
pay the farmer and his wife to consid
er the money there may be made in
poultry if wisely directed. Organize
the hen on a business basis; put up
new, clean, airy quarters; get pr-oper
egg-making feeds; learn the value of
cleanliness, light, warmth and sun
shine in winter; get a good incubatoT
and control your hatches so that you
will have winter layers, broilers, etc.,
when they are most profitable. You
will soon learn that for the money in
vested ar d labor required, the lien is
the most economical and highly ef
ficient converter of rough feeds into
money you have ever tried.
Breed up the flock and get uniform
Shape makes the br-eed-color the
Do not try to keep a larger flock
than you can take care of.
Keep dampness out of the poultry
house; that will help keep out dis
The habit some hens have of laying
ever-y day is not shared by all. L' you
hatch eggs from these every-daiy lay
ers you will soon find you I>ve no
drones in the flock.
In running your incubator follow
each and every instruction given by
the manufacturers to the letter. They
want to see you succeed and are not
imposIng tasks they conmsider- need
It Is seldom that neglected fowls
are pro fi table. A great many people
have conceived the idea that they can
start a flock and let it alone and that
the results will be pr-ofits day by day.
As well might a farmer plant a field
to anything and expect it to produce a
good crop without caring for it. The
weeds would soon grow ut) and choke
the economic plants. In the poultry
house we do not have weeds, but we
have lice, mites, rats, cats, hawks.
diseases of many kinds and thieves.
These all correspond to the weeds
that choke the crop in the field. They
make it Impossible for the lazy person
Lime for Sour Soils.
Lime is the best corrector of sour
soils. If you had a plat that con
tained or produced a ci-op of sorrti
last year you may rest assured that it
is sour and crops will not make a prof
itable growth thereon until the sour
ness is overcome. I'sually an appli.
cation of from one to three tons per1
acre will be amp~le in the average
cases. Besides correcting acidity,. the~
Ilime will liberate much of the unsui
uble plant food, thus increasing the
productiveness of the soil.
You won't find one man in a thou
Ksand who is doing the thing he would
-prefer to do if left entirely unfettered.
If he is worth a tinker's dam, he is
making the best of it. and is content.
ed to i-est the matter with his own
conscience, and is comparatively hap.
py. So, if you cannot be or do just
what you want, make up your mind
thatgou are in a average good condi
tion if'you are able to do something
honest anr1 nronithble
? The Kin
ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT.
si milatgeoaadRegda. Bears t
ta n the StoIadisand B:o
Aperfect Remedy forCosa
Ition, Sour Stmach,Darhe
7 nessandLOSS OF SLEEP.
FacSi Signawre o
I NEW YORK.
Exact Copy of Wrapper. - GInKeM. 4
To All Our Subs
A GREAT CuNOa30Vrete
PAfR T I..A RS Vaete-.Ratsak
This melon patch will prove interest- SwesAr.Talrwete
ing, instructive and valuable. It enables Ery rupjmo cvr
you to test side by side 30 varieties of Jra' .Mnrh obsG
melons, and determine which you like BrdrdlakouePere
best. A patch with 30 kinds of water-DimnPdeoGauk
melons will be something pretty to look CuaQenA.Swtcb
at, and ailords at same time an objectOlDoionBsBacSp
leson n rieies Orinaily 30kinsEarny ri, o, Grer'n
$1.00, but we, under this special plan, propose to send the THIRTY K1
One lot given free with each renewal or for Onue
Or, we will aell youa a famup!e Lot by mali
No Land So Rich That?
Cannot Make It Be
You use fertilizers for the profit you get ou
better the land the more profitably a good fertiliz<
Do not imagine because land will produce a fair c
that these fertilizers cannot be profitably used on
made only for land too poor to produce without
wvill show a normal increase when fertilizer is
show at least double the increase. Use Virginia
to increase the guality, as well as the quantity o
will increase the profits from your land.
"I have been using your fertilizers for a nut
Mr. William Fraiser, of Glasburg, La., "andffnd,
to fertilize, but to do plenty of it, and use the
had, such as your brands. I have used a number
them to be as recommended and to give better re
fertilizers that I have ever used."
Every planter and farmer should have a C<
Virginia-Carolina Farmers' Year-Book. Get a fa
fertilizer dealer, or write our nearest sales office.
Columia, S. C.
A Shingle the:
and best devek4
per ienced but~
also by Cotton
M4anilacturd by JOH T. .BR
ANDERSON, S. C.
See them and judge for yourself their C<
REPRESENTED LOCALLY BY JOHN L
EPIGRAMS FROM CARNEGIE.
To educate the people is the founda
tion of all true progress. They'll do
the rest themselves.
"To save and to serve, not to maim
and destroy -that will be the text of
the hero by-and-by.
I never was miserable. I don't see
how any man can be if he does what
he feels to be right.
Wealth lessens rather than In
creases human happiness. Million
airet who laugh are rare.
Theie is no heritage like being born
poor. The leaders and teachers of
this nation came from the poor.
The only sure way to keep "the sub.
merged tenth" from drowning is to
teach them to swim for themselves.
Old age should be spent not In
"making mickle mair," but in making
good use of what has been acquired.
I would rather be grandson to one
who could teach me to make shoes
than the descendant or 30 worthless
I believe in true democracy. When
the people are really interested In
anything their voice will be heard at
This republic is immortal. No mat
ter what trouble it goes through it
will weather it without having its
Off the track the finest engine runs
To the rope dancer everything
Let many a too true jest be un
spokern in words.
He who leaves early gets the pick
of the umbrellas.
Never say die while there's a tu
quoque in your locker.
To buy one's own coffin is simply
throwing money away.
Put your trust In wit as a rapier;
but keep the button on. '
Never wince like a galled i
your withers are wrun
them in the
Cryi fit milk is silly; it
has pr~o been already watered
by the milkiman.
W e w ish to recommend to you the
use of our high grade fertilizer. Take
ori instance our 0-4-4 goods. Eight
>er cent. phospor:c acid, 4 per cent. pot
sh and 4 per cernt. arr --n. There is
mithing Le: ter and' mig y little as good
It bakes just: much t- e, trouble ann
ai.or to put in a elep .' grade fertil
oer as ii do. lo hs 8-. ' goods, and the
ret:uts aire not to be <.ipared. People
who: try it, continue , use. It is the
bieai st ba. bor vou< . get and in the
i tis ' he c-heape fertilizer. Cr ps
f.rt:dize'd with 8-4 goods take on a
(lifhrenit hue and d ..erent color to the
thers. And then ' u get more stalk
ald more fruit ai J:at is what it takes
to make the cro; talk and fruit, and
his isthe speci: avant ge of th:s 8
oods; it makes 1k amnd fruit. It costs
more than the ers but it is wor th
much inore th:; ;.he difiference in th'
ost. If vou d Ct feel hike going ito
t heavy a fh: . try some it. If you use
five tons of fert; z'. r get One t')n of -
oods at ieast. N. xt year y'ou will use
more amdY~i vwl connin)ue to use morme
ntil youire ig this ent irely. I: is
acomp'ete fertilizer and wi pay you
etter than any you ever use-l.
S ':ne wrte's5ag' we wrote th >s~i
ul t urmalidepimrent of Clemson C.l 'I.yf
for a fo rumula for t'nT ideal fortuta~ r f o
otton suitai-le for 5('ils in this meeri -nm.
'ou kiio ,ldit'-rent soils require dili. r
nt fertdizers :.nd we are tryin;g to mtak.
afertilizer that will smit the soils in this
etion whmere w- xpect, to ytu Our
oeds. Th'Iey senit u - a rmu il.a wic h is
ractic-lly identical wn i tIs tS-4,
i.oods as u.~e make it. TIheir ftromula
alls for Nitrogen but we use ammonia
wIhi is The same t him'g exer lpt in <hffe -
eat form. Amnnma you know, amaki s
he studkm andl fruit and that is what yiou
ork to get lin the crop:: stalk and fruit
i auurnonaia helps you to get it. In
I: et yon don't expect much of a cr..p
nab ss von have the stalk and the fruit.
A great deal depends on the way it, is ..
mxed and manipulated. The man
who got out thtis lorm ula for mixi. g
knowvs his businmess and we are making
i specity oT this goods. Wie are wil
log to risk our repuitation on the value
f our 8-4-4 goods as a fertilizer.
Another thinig about 8-4-4 goods
which you prohably had not thought
O is this: Yiou cant, make it wit, a
ow crade acid and Vout can't miake it
it ht low gr ade blood andI tanmkage either.
t ri (Tunires the verv, b: St malitet il sachl
s we ha~ve bought. That is why. it
osts m re than the ordina' y fortuliz.-r
mdt that is why it is better als >than
te ordinary fertilizer as a ulant food.
We. want you to try it for we know that
it w-ill give you satisfactory results. If
von h~av.- never seen it tried', try a
ittle at first. People who Tus- it say
vou can't use too imucth of it but thent
~on want to he cautious an-l at fir.-t
e suggest that you get .ne or twi'
nts out oif fiv- voTn nmye and after that
Ie denmnd will~ take c-are of itself.
Y IT AND YOU WILL SEE What
u h ,e bac n missmng. :,' ' our agents
rt, Cale's Early
n, Dixie, King
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one, Florida Favorite, -Jackson,
nrg PIinney's Early, Vc's Early
old, and others.
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burham, N. C.
Charleston, S. C.