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end who was
drey , trouble
decided to get
nt after they had
tes, and continued
itil they had taken
e's and were well on
ery. I think Swamp
more for my children
medicine I have tried
end it to one havIng chil
ered as mine did.
R. W. LiNSE' >Y,
city Clerk, Dothan. Ala.
VA Georgia Woman.
SPARKS, Ga., Jan. 11. 1909.
Imer & Co., Binghamton. N. Y.
tlemen:-Some time ago I was
bled with kidney trouble; had severe
, in back and hip. Was treated by
ysician, but without any benefit. I
ticed some Swamp-Root advertising
and resolved to give it a trial. After
taking four bottles I was ccmpletely
ured. Have not suffered any pain at
all since and can recommend Swamp
Roct to anyone suffering from kidney
MRS. E. V. STEVENS.
Brinsn, Ga., Jan. 20, 1909.
Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Binghamton, N. Y.
Gentlemen: -Some time agolI suffered
severely with Dain in my back and hips.
My back pained me continually and I
felt miserable. A friend recommended
Swamp Root. I obtained and took the
contents of two bottles when I
relief. My back has not troubl A m
since and I can thoroughly rec _nen
Swamp-Root to at yoe 2%.ig ro
sem97Wtrtesas Iind it affor e me
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-Root and I decided to give it a
trial. I obtained a bottle from a drug
gist and after taking several bottles the
pain was entirely gone and I have not
suffered the slightest since. I cannot be
too enthusiastic in myi praise of this
wonderful medicine an i it gives mei
great pleasure to give my te.stimonial in
regard to its merits.
J. B. ROU NTREE,
Former Mayer and Member Legi. latu re.
We have sold Mr. Rounitree Swamp
Root and have a's, sold it in a number
of easts for kidney trouble and always
with perfect satisfaction.
J. C. A DA MS& SON.
IF YOU NE
SWAM-ROO is ot rcommnde
DONT BMILED F exaple weD
edy, don't allsw any druggist. dr
place. Every time he s
N9DTI(E.-Everv reader of The SE
der Rt.edv. may~ address Dr. Kilmner & I
A Sworni Certificate of
Notice to Debtors arnd Crieditors.
All persons having elbims against the
estate of 1.he late Isaae Durhami deceawed,
must present the s une duly proven on
or before the 1st day of 'Apim l 19.
or be debarred paymnent,. and all prsons
ndebted to sa.id estate must tanke pay
nent on or before the above date to the
R. N. DURHAM. Adoir.
Oats! Oats! Oats!
hr ' -pil soWing we have
plentyV of the Burt or 90 day
NOris C'otton ME1ill Store,
emedy Is Proven By
, Ala., Dec. 14, 190-.
o., Binghamton, N. Y.
have derived such great
the use of your remedy,
that I believe it to be most
for the public to know its
or the past ten yeors I have
most miserable of men. Did
w what the trouble was, but had
ate very frequently both day and
was all puffed up generally.
not slet p more than a couple of
Ts at a time, was greatly distressed
er eating a meal and was about worn Dr,
t. I had tried nearly everything I
could see advertised and hear of, with
out helping me to any great extent,
until finally in October last at Ripan,
Wii.. I purchased a one dollar bottle of Dr.
Swamp-Root and commenced taking it C
according to directions and I followed exi
that with another bottle and experienced yox
such great relief and benefit from same be(
that I purchased five dollars worth at and
Huntsville, Ala., and continued its use wh
and am now taking it, but in smaller of
doses and twice a day in place of four my
times a day and believe by the time wa
ressnt supply is used up I will be era
entirely well. I am feeling better now eff,
than for ten years past. Can eat and pal
seep firs,-class, in fact I ani feeling so a s
gocd that I cannot resist telling you -Sw
btout it. You are at liberty to publ'sh on
LhiS testimonial should you wish. bol
Very Respectfully, me
T1OS. STALLARD, U. S. A., Retired, frc
Box 7. R. R. No. 2, Elkwood. Ala. Af
A Clergyman. to
NEW ROADS, La , Jan 22, 1909. uS(
Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Binghamton. N. Y.
Dear Sir I write today to the public Ro
that your Swamp-Root cured me of kid-I vil
ney trouble. I was almost past going; s
having speasmodic spells with my kid
neys that were breaking down my con
stitution. The best medical aid was R
employed and they pronounced my trou
be as alkali in the kidney, but were
unable to do me any permanent good.
I took four bottles of Swamp-Root and
became a well man. 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. fly
Pastor Ba ,tist Church, New Roads, La. S "
Mail Carrier's Experience.
BLOUNTVILLE, Tenn. Co
I have been a rural letter carrier for w
over five 3 ears. Some two y (ars ago I th4
was taken with severe pains in my back. ne
I us d medicine from my family physi
cian for seveaal months without any
benefit. A friend. Mr J. D. Nelson, ad
vised me to try your Swamp-Root, but I
had no faith in it. I continued to grow -
worse and at lash decided to try tb'4we cc
' nedy and bought of Long Recis. a
f-cent bottle which ,tve mue reat
reh I then bou~i two one ollar:p
bott1. which 1I~ truthfully say have
comp l1 - me. T
wud not been for Swamp-Root, I ed
wudhave been compelled to quit the Pt
rural free delivery service. Se
I advise all mail carriers who get li
pains in their 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. tl
M. B. H ENDRICKSON, ori
Rural Letter Car rier, Route No. 2.
DONA LSONVILLE. Ga., Jan. 20. 1009.
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
Gentlemen:-About four years ago I
suffered from kidney trouble and rheu
matis-n in my hips. The pain across my Di
baak became so severe that I could hard
ly straighten up and could not walk
without dragging my feet. I would
urinate frequently and would have tosc
rise two or tnree times during the night.
causing moe to suffer from loss of sleep. R
And wvithi the pai I was all run down Itri
and began to lose flhsh. I saw Swamp- so
Root advertised and bought one bottle Idc
totyi.After taking it I felt better
and could sleep all right at night. I P
contnue totake it until I had taken nr
four large bottles. I was entirely free11
from atny patn in the back and began to R
gain ini weight. I always recommend tR<
Swam-Root to my friends as I thinktr
the cure in my case remarkable.
YEurs very truly,
M. A. HLCKSON, Donalsonville, Ga. tr
very mail bring many unsolicited te
ie United States and foreign land
de for what Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-.
)o not let anyone sell you some othei
amp-Root-if you do you will be d
hat you ask for-there is no other
MEDICINE YOU SHOULD HAVE
for everything, but if you have kidney, liv'
mes during the night, havo smarting or irrita
be found just the remedy you need.
you ask for Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the 0
ug clerk or store keeper to persuade you into
icceeds in selling you a worthless substitute h
are humbugged at the expense of your
*ntinel Journal who has not tried Swamp-Roc
jo., Binghamton. N. Y, and receive a sample
Dealers In 50c And 1.00 Siz
Purity With Every Bottle--4
Things were different in
time because he didn't k:
having a checking accoul
T'hat is no reason why y<
jected to be subjected to
One of the most pleas
modern business method
count in a good Bank lik
Kilmer's likeness Is on the out
side wrapper of every bottle.
Beneficial In Severe Cases.
Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
entlemen:-I hardly know how to
ress my appreciation for the good
ir Swamp-Root has done me. I had
*n greatly troubled with my kidneys.
with pain in the back; also with
at the doctors termed inflammation
the neck of the bladder. So:netimes
back would get in such shape that I
3 almost helpless. I had tried sev -
doctors and medicines to no good
,ct, and finally I noticed in some
er where Dr. Kilmer prop-sed to send
Lple bottle of his kidney medicine,
amp-Root free by mail. I ,ent at
e and received promptly a sample
tle. After taking it I found iL did
good. I then purchased two bottles
n onr merchant, SJr. W. J. Elizer.
ter taking the medicine 1 felt like a
r man, and each dar rode five miles
teach school. You are at liberty to
this letter, or refer anyone to me,
I will always be glad to tell them
at a wonderfut remedy this Swamp
at is. Mr. James Ivens, of Saunders
e. Tenn., is taking it with good rc
s. Very truly yours,
D. A. MONTGOMERY,
Member Tennessee Legislature,
ral Route No. 24. Edgefield. Tenn.
Results It Has Proved.
DOTHAN. Ala., Jan. 21, l909.
Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
)ear Sir:- Have been suffering more
less from kidney trouble for the last
years and was induced to try your
amp-Root. Am happy to say, or give
, testimodial, that it has cured me. I
a travling salesman for Messrs.
gate & Co., New York, and am al
ys traveling on the road. Drinking
diflerent waters affected my kid
vs. Yours respectfully,
A Prominent Mason.
.'sording to my ex perience, I do not
sier there is anything to equal
amp-Root for kidney affectiou.
wice it relieved me when I was comn
he last time I was traveling in
as, when my k~ i ys become affect
and ten days 1 mtred excruciating
ins, accompanied with severe chills
eral yeare previous, having been re
ved of a simalar attack, I naturell.i
ght relief as before from Swamp
trter using four of the large size bot
, I was completely restored and wen'
my way rejoicing and praisini.
amp-Root. This was three years age
I have had no indication of a return
J. C. SMITH, JR., 33 Mason,
WAYCROSS, Ga., Jan. 5, 1909.
Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
Dear Sir:-During last October I suf
ed from my kidneys,
consulted my phy sician, who pre.
*ibed for me, but his treatnient did no
nefit me. A fter reading some S wam p
t literature, I decided to give it a
l. After taking a few doles, I felt
iewhat relieved, and after two one
l~ar bottles had been taken, I had n<
iu and was completely cured. I hay.
had the slightest pain in my ba.ck
hips since. From my own experience.
can cheerfully recommend Swamp
t to anyone suffering fatom kidne3s
uble. Yours very truly,
SIr. Martin conducts a carting and
~timonials from people all over
, expressing herrtfelt grat
toot has done for them.
medicine to take the place of
isappointed-insist on getting
edicine as good as Dr. Kil
r or bladder trouble or obliged to go
tion in passing or heart disturbance
e Kidney, Liver and 1Riadder Rem
buying something else in its
makes more profit.
t, the great Kidney, Liver and Blad
bottle free by mail.
ee Iniside Wra'pper.
B AN K.
ow the benefit of
t in a good Bank.
should be sub
ing conditions of
sis a checking ac
:e the LIBERTY
C. Shrley Cashier.
LEARNING BUSINEiSS METHODS.
The Farmer is Taking His Cue frcrv t
the Business Men.
The Farmers' Union is the onl3
great farmers' organization that doe, 1:
not delegate its law making powe: t
to representative bodies, but adopu
the referendum system. In this it dif
fers from any other farmers' organiza y
tion that has ever existed. Kindred or
ganizations, such as the Farmers' Al
liance and the Grange, delegated their
law making power to representativt 1
bodies and this gave wily politicians
and spread-eagle orators a chance t(
"Influence" the body and inject intc,
It schemes in which were hidden self.
ish and designing purposes-to grati
fy the personal ambition of the saic
politicians. Other kindred organiza o
tions were also wrecked upon the dan b
gerous rocks of partisan politic4. Witr t
these bold facts standing out promi
nently as danger iignals, is it an a
wonder that those who conceived the
idea of the Farmers' Co-Operative and c
Educational Union wisely enacted in u
to the constitution a clause that pro t]
hibits even a discussion in a Union o 4
anything of a partisan or religious na P
ture, and that any member guilty o
such offense shall be expended from
the Union after a second offense. f
The referendum system is the safe ti
ty valve that protects the Union fron' ti
the swaying influence of "stumr
speech" oratory that creeps into ani d
controls representative bodies clothed
ww fnal power delegated to them by
i'k constituents. It is true that thd t
Farmers Union has its state and na
tional meetings, but these bodies must -
submit to referendum vote all impor
tant matters to be passed upon by Lo
cal Unions before they can be calle -
a law of the Farmers' Union. The
farmers are learning business method
from business men. They have learned
that when business men co-operate for
the protection or promotion of their
sterests, they don't let political senti- u
:hents enter into their deliberations fj
Two or three good cotton warehouses p
in each county in the south, owned a
and controlled by Farmers' Union n
men, will be of nore benefit and value
to the farmers than anything they
have ever received or ever will re r
celve through any political source m
Even one good warehouse In your c
county will be worth more to you than e
a dozen of your best politicians couil f
be worth to you inp .itdre. If
t,. .4- r 'm/dvilege to select the
best inv-estment of the people's money
in the south for the next six years
we'd put all the expense money of the
legislature into cotton warehouses ani
let the politicians stay at home.-Our
Home, Nashville, N. C.
A body that is sound enough tn
work ten hours a day ought to con
tain a mind sound enough to think
about attending the Union at least
once a month.
Let the good work go on, educate,
diversify, and then tell us how you
did it, and what you think of the new
plan of farming.
Slaves are always freed by revolu
tions. Why then should we not revolu
tionize the old systems that have made
slaves out of the cotton producers.
Yes, we exclaim in our sadness,
what a lot of funny things we woolen
ats miss by not being permitted to
mix with the "best society."
The bulldog of capital has its teeth
locked in the bosom of the hiboring:
man's pants, and petitions and reso
lutions will not induce him to let go.
Oh! the fun we darned fools do
miss by not being permitted to wallow3
around in the tall grass with the elite
society of both America and Europe.
How About Cutting Cotton?
Brother, what are you going to
do about that cotton crop this~
year? You must decide now. Our
advice to you would be to put most
of it in corn, potatoes, peanuts, and I
peas. Then plant about ten acres in
shoats to feed all the waste you have
about your place and when you do
this you will not have to study so
much about your big cotton crop, .fcor
by carrying out the above you will
not have time to fool with much cot
ton nor will you need much cotton ory
money either for you will have all you
need at home.-Winnfield, La., Union
Show your colors by being the best I
[Union man in your community. y
Prove to your neighbor that the
Union is a good thing by showing him
that it has made a better man of you.
and a happier family of yours.
A closer relation between the busi
ness man and the farmer will destroy
much of the prejudice now existing. -
When understood there will he fewer
charges of an unpleasant character.
A wagon left standing in the sun
and rain is not the property of a good
Farmers' Union man: it Is the imuple
ent and vehicle man's friend and is
at work for the dealer day and nigh't
when thus exposed.
You don't have much trouble get
ting men to take hold of good things
ou only need to show thenm: this ap
plies to the Union. If it is of benefit
to you, the world will soon k-now it,
If it is not, it is likely your own fault.
Get busy getting some good out .1
ion, education and harmony!
For Tnfants and Chilren.
h Kind You Have Always Bought1
gnatue of , , a b
Limit on Student Marriages.
The Peking government has decided
o limit the marriage of students, and
iless a student is a graduate of a
aiddle school and past the age of 20
ears he will not be permitted to get
BY THE WAY.
When you are looking for graft
each the people who are above poll.
It is better to think you are think,
ag than to admit your brain Is a
The world is too full of men who
rant to direct when they are only At
You cannot prepare for a rainy day
y putting up your umbrella when the
un is shining.-Uncle Dick, In Mad
$100 Reward, $100.
The read'rs of this paper will be
easl to learn that there is at least
tie dreaded disease that science has
een able to cure in all its stages, and
iat is Catarrh. Hall's,Catarrh Cure is
)e only positive cure now known to
iw iedical fraternity. Catarrh being
constitutional disease, requires a con
itutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
ire is taken internally. acting directly
pon the blo'd and mucous su faces of
is slvt . Iiereby destroying the foun
ation ( f the diseas-' and giving the
atient strength by building up the con
ilittioui and assisting nature in doing
s work. The proprietors have so much
iith in its cmvative powers that they of
r One- lluidred Dollars for any case
lat it fails to cure. Send fo.r list of tes
A-ldres F. J. CIIENEY & Co., Tole
Sold by all Druggists. 75c.
Take Hiall's Family Pills for constipa
We wish to recommend to you the
se of our high grade fertilizer. Take
)r instance our 0-4-4 goods. Eight
er cent. phosporic acid, 4 per cent. pot
sh and 4 per cent. amonia. There is
othing better and mighty little as good
takes just as much time, trouble ano
tbor to put in a chep low grade fert
er as it does this 8-4-4 o , and the
suits are not to be c pared. People
rho try it, cont' e its use. It is the
heapest 13 . r you can get and in the
nd It i ie cheapest fertilizer. Cr.: ps
Srtik,:d with 8-4-4 goods take on a
lifferent hue and different color to the
,thers. And then you get more stalk
otd more fruit and that is what it takes
o make the cr0op: stalk and fruit, and
his is the special advant ge of this 8-4-4
~oods; it makes stalk and fruit. It costs
nore than the others but it is worth
nuch more than the difference in the
:st. if you dlont feel like going into
t heavy a' first, try some it. If you use
ive toni of fertilizer get one ton of 8-4-4
~oods at least. Next year you will use
nore and you will continue to use more
intil you'are using this entirely. It is
complete fertilizer and will pay you
>tter than any you ever used.
Sa>me weeks ago we wrote the agri
utural department of Clemson College
or a formula for an ideal fertitizer for
otton sumtalle for soils in this section.
ou kno.a different soils require differ
nt fertilizers and we are trying to make
fertilizer that will suit the soils in this
ectiuon where we expect to sell our
~oods. They sent us a formula which is
>ractically identical with this 8-4-4
~oods as iie make it. Their fcrmula
als for Nitrogen but we use ammonia
hich is the same thing except in diffe -
nt form. Ammonia i": know, makes
he stalk and fruit and Leat is what you
'ork to get in the cro.: stalk and fruit
.ndl ammonia helps y'a to get it. In
iet yor. don't e*xper' tuch of a crop
mss you have the - .1k and the fruir.
L great deal deper on the way it, is
nixi-d anid mani; lated. The man
iho got out this :ormnula for mixing
nd manipulating our 8-4-4 goods
:nows his business and we are making
.specialty of this n~ods. We are wil
oig to risk our r .utation on the value
f our 8-4-4 g 'ls as a fertilizer.
Another th .r about 8-4-4 goods
ihich you pra ..bly had not thought
f is this: Y.'u can't make it wvitn a
>w grade acid and you can't make it
with low graude blood and tankage either.
t quires the very best material such
s we have bought. TIhat is why it
sts mure than the ordinaiy fertilizer
nd that is why it is better als >than
bie ordinary fertilizer as a plant food.
Ve want you to try it for we know that
:will give you satisfactory results. If
ott hav- never seen it tried, try a
ttle at first. People who use it say
ou can't us? too much of it but then
ou want to he cautious and at first
e suggest that you get one or two
ne out of five you use andI after that
de demand will take care of itself.
RY IT AND YOU WILL SEE What
ou have been missing. See our agents
ad il offpay
A Great Fascination
ings to the jeweler's inidows.e All
e fair sex top to see thme exhuibit, and
:y oif the masculine elh-ment w ho
tve the time. It is argeed by all.
'hat This Jewelry Store
ts the prize for th. finiest stock ofI
mndsome ornaments anid str ng sri.
r novelties. Our we tch-s arc- cele
atedl as good timlepieces, and our
bleware is warranted no t to tarnish.
spection of all lines cordially invited.
No sense in running from o
the best one, then stand by
this thing, that thing, for y
ately select the best cough
to it Ask your doctor abo
throat and lung troubles.
No alcohol in this cough me
Why try this thing, that thing, for yoi
old relible fimffly iaxatlve-Ayer's Pl
Mailfactlred by JOI
See them and judge for y<
Samples of three bran<
been drawn by a State
and analyzed by the C
ties with the following
Our 8-3-3 ammoniated goods
Our 8.75-2-2 ammoniated go<
Qu-6 per cent. acid analyze
You wIlk M i %"4
zers. We are runni
ses shows they are n
Several of our custoi
us on the good, dry,
our goods this year.
We want to call your at
Mule Skin Sho
"Solid as a Ro
tip, made on good shape
This is Strict
One lot o)f ginghams, a r
Sheeting--wide 5c. a yaa
Barker Mill Bleaching-a
A lot of Bordered Prints
One lot of Shirting at 5c
Latest Dress Ginghams
QUALITY THE BEST
W. E. FRE
"At the (
still givIng Coupons. Fresh lot of i
Urg Obols, I
We are now rounding up
policy not to carry any goods
dispose of. You will find in
values, in winter goods. The
to dispose of the goods, so thi
Price Knife wi]
Ladies Cloaks, $i 2.oo
" " $ 8.oo
some big bargains in Blanket
Flannels 20 pe:
-leavy W\ool Dress Goods I
veight goods will be sold at E
~tatement is worth your while
Some early shipments of
)ur prices, as in the past, shal
If you are a customer cor
is and let us save you money.
ne doctor to another!- Select
him. No sense either in trying
yur cough. Carefully, deliber
medicine, then take it Stick
ut Ayer's Cherry Pectoral for
Sold for nearly seventy years.
dicine J. C.Ayer Co.,LwellMsas.
constipation? Why not stick to the good
Ask vour doctor ff he aprovs this advkc
A Lock that Locks
A Shingle the represents the latest
and best development in METAL
SHINGLE construction. Highly
approved and used by the most ex
perienced builders in this section,
also by Cotton 11iljs for Cottages.
IN T. BURRIN SON,
EON, S. C.
>urself their construction, quality
.LY BY JOHN L THO NLEY
phate & Ol Co.
Is of our rtilizers have
Inspector of Fertilizers
lemson College authori
)ds analyzes 1o.43-2.02-2.11.
s 16.87 per cent.
stake in buy ur fertili
ngi 1 ie analy
iuch ve our guarantee.
ners have complimented
mechanical condition o
sphate & Oil Co.
~SON, S. C.
and More Shoes.~
tention to our line of shoes.
es for Ladies $1.25
ck" " $1.o
every day Shoe.
a fine kid shoe with patent
last and solid leather at 1-5o
:ly a Dress Shoe.
IN DRY GOODS
egular 7c value going at 5c a yd.
good value at 1oc.
a great value at 6c per yard.
easy worth 7c.
with and without borders.
--PRICE T HE LOWEST
EMAN & CO.
our winter's business. It is our
into the next season that we can~
our place some extraordi
time is short in which we ha
1hbe applied dee.
and $14.oo now $7.50
and $i o.oo now $6.oo
s. Kerseys, Jeans, and R
r cent under price.
(educed. In fact all hea
~ARGAINS for you. The ab
if you have dry goods to buy
Spring good being rec
1 be as low as the lowerr
tinue with us, if not, bei *a
Yours, obi nza
I nl Or60