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WEDNESDAY, FES 17, 190?.
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Basse? spent
Sunday in Edgefield at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Wates.
Mr. J. B. Haltiwanger made a
business trip to Greenwood and
Ninety Six last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Dobey
spent Saturday and Sunday among
their relatives and old friends at
Better hurry, hurry, hurry-only
three more days are left of the time
prescribed, by law for making tax
returns. February 20th ib the last
The Edgefield Woman's Chrio
tian Temperance Union will ob
serve the Franc? s Willard ciay on
Monday afternoon next at the
Methodist church beginning at
President J. R. Can tel ou has re
quested us to call a meeting of the
directors of the County Fair as
sociation for Saturday morning
next at the office of Capt. N. G.
Evans. A large attendance is de
Dr..O. B. Mayer, of Newberry,
will address a meeting in the Edge
field opera house Tuesday evening,
March 9 th, in the interest of the
Anti-Tuberculosis Leagued Several
of the physicians in the county will
also speak on this occasion.
The Harmony W. C. T. F. will :
hold a Willard memorial service at I
. Harmony church Friday afternoon
of this week. After the exercises
have closed light refreshments will
be sold, i
The old adage as to how to be-1
come healthy, wealthy and wise"|
has been given this twentieth cen
tury revision: "Early, to bed'and
early to rise; hustle like blazes and
On Sunday morning last Mr. J. j
K. Allen and Mr. Jesse W. Oiizts
were ordained as deacons of Ste
vens Creek church. Rev. Mr. Cros-1
land, of Saluda, preached the ordi- j
* nation sermon and delivered the
charge. Rev. Mr. Hackle is pastor
of the church.
Mr. J; D. Holstein spent Sunday
with Mrs. Holstein at the Pine
Heights sanitarium in North Au
gusta, returning Monday morning.
We are glad to report that Mrs. Hoi
Stein baa undergone a decided change |
Hon.WTa. Strom has given Mr.
W. J. Hatchi-r the contract for in
sta?lingraii up to-date acetylene gas
plant in his palatial res i de noe on
Boles Mountain. Ecfeefieldianu will
watch for the brilliant Boles Moun
tain lights as they send their rays
southward from the third story win
Judge John R. Blackwell, who
presides over the 5th judicial cir
cuit of Edgefield county, was cor
dially greeted on a bus iness visit to
the county seat on Friday last. The
evil doers in Judge Blackwell's
bailiwick had better toe the mark,
for he procured forty-odd blank
warrants while here.
Mr. W. E. Holston, the traveling!
representative of the Georgia Cot
ton Oil Company, was in Edgefield j
on Monday, and while in conversa
tion with The Advertiser's repre-|
sen tat i ve stated that the demand
for cotton seed n^eal is unprecedent
edly great this season. Mr. Holston
attributes this to the increase in the
number of farmers who are mixing
their own fertilizers.
We solicit your prescription
business. Utmost care is exercised
in compounding prescriptions and
only pure, fresh drugs are used. Our j
prices are very reasonable.
PENN & HOLSTEIN,
G. L. Penn <fe Son.
say take Cod Liver Oil-they
undoubtedly mean Scott's
. it would be just as sensible
for them to prescribe Quinine
in its crude form as to pre
\ scribe Cod Liver Oil in its
natural s?tate. In
the oil is emulsified and made
; easy to take-easy to digest
and easy to be absorbed in to
the body-and is the most
natural and useful fatty food to
feed and. nourish the wasted
body that is known in medicine
Nothing can be found to take
its place. If you are run-down
you should take it
Send this advertisement together with mine
of wvex to which it appears, your address and
four cents to cover postage, and we will send
you a "ConpJete Handy Atlas of the WorkL"
SCOTT & BOWNE. 409 Pearl St, New Y<T1C
Capt. C. F. Colvin was,receive
in the K. of P. ranks last evenin?
Mrs. T. W. Posey, of Springfiel
S_. C., was the guest of Mrs. W. '
Prescott last week.
Miss Maxcie Sheppard is i
Greenville visiting her aunt, Mr
James Maxwell. .
The DaUfehters of the Confeders
cy netted forty-two dollars last wee
as their portion of the Carnival'
The village cemetery is now s
beautifully kept that every resider
of the town should very cheerfull;
contribute to the cemetery improve
Some idea of the enormous quar
tity of:;cigarettes that are consume<
can'be gained from tbo fact tha
one Edgefield- merchant sold 20'
"packs" or boxes in two days dui
ing the carnival.
Mr. J. B. Kennerly [left on Sal
urday to spend a fortnight wit
the large shoe manufacturers ii
Chicago which he represents. H
reached the 'Vvindy City" abou
the ftitne the blizzard was at ^it
Legal blanks of all kinds, such a
mortgages of real estate, deeds
mortgages of personal property, ren
contracts, etc., for sale at The Ad
vert?ser office. Our forms are word
ed correctly and ai e used bv the
leading business men.
Being able to obtain seacoast cab
bage plants here in Edgefield at veij
reasonable prices is a great boon tc
the masses of the people. Packaget
of plants can be se^n on scores ol
the wagons that leave town loaded
with guano. This means that many
a table will be abundantly supplied
with "greens" and "pot licker" in the
If flour soars much higher, Edge
field housewives will have to make
. their biscuits smaller. Wheat has
reached $1.13 per bushel on the Chi
cago market, which is the highest
price since 1905. Happy is thc
Edgefield fanner who has some of
his broad acre?8 planted in wheat.
In the delivery of his carefully
prepared discourse before the large
congregation in the J.;.'ethodist
church Sunday evening, Dr. J. W.
Daniel sustained his reputation for
being the most eloquent and most
magnetic pulpit orator in the South
Through the efforts of Mr. Or
lando Sheppard, a subscription list
was circulated, in Edgefield on Mon
day for the benefit of the widow of
the Laurens policeman, who recent
ly lost his life in the fearless dis
charge of duty.jThe sum of 830.35
has been forwarded to Mrs. Stone
' Said a gentleman to the writer a
few days ago: "The Advertisers
contest will eause thousands of
bushels of corn to be grown in
Edgefield county this year that
would not otherwise have been
grown." We hope so. That's the
purpose we have in view.
The beautiful little daughter that
the Stork left at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. G. Ouzts Sunday, Feb
ruary 7th, has been named Sarah
for her maternal grandmother. May
she live up to the high ideals set by
her fond parents, being a source of
great joy and happiness to them
Mrs. George W. Bussey, Jr,, re
turned from the hospital in Augusta
last Sunday, having almost entirely
recovered from the very difficult
surgical operation. After long weeks
of anxious waiting Mrs. Bussey's
f riends and loved ones are very hap
py over her return. She will remain
in Edgefield si short tiri?e with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Wates.
Prof. J. H. Courtney, wbo re
sides four miles below Trenton, told
us a few days ago that farmers in
his section are unusually well ad
vanced with their work.. Prof.
Courtney's hands are now engaged
in uprooting primeval pine stumps
that have broken plow-stocks and
hame strings for upwards of a hun
dred years. Think of the saving
that would have resulted had this
been done fifty years ago!
The receivers for the Edgefield
Manufacturing Company aTe having
the roof of the mill remaired, the
contract having been let to Mr. Da
vid Slusky of Augusta. For twen
ty-five years. Mr. Slusky has been
dealing in metal roofing, stoves,
mantels, tile, etc.. and during this
time has established an enviable rep
utation as a merchant and contrac
tor. He stands squarely behind
every piece of work that goes out of
Large stock of paints, stains, var
nish, oil and brushes. Before you
do any painting it will pay you to
get our prices.
Five-pound bucket of roasted
Mocha and Java coffee-flavor un
You cannot bc too careful about
the quality of canned goods yon
buy. Try our Nabob brand of corn
and peas, and be convinced of their
superior quality and excellence.
W. E. Lynch & Co.
Enter the Corn Growers* Content.
using it has
dence that 1
sweet, and perfectly wh<
guard against the cheap
the greatest menacers to
ROYAL IS TEE ONL
MADE FROM ROYAL GR
Mr. James T. .Ouzts, of Elmwood,
was in town Monday, and said he
had the honor of being; the first per
son to pay taxes to Mr. James T.
Mrs. J. H. Allen will leave to-day
to spend a week in Atlanta with
Mrs. Louise Gibson Clyburn.
Attention is directed to the new
advertisement of Mr. H. H. Cos
kery, the large carriage and wagon
dealer of Augusta. ?.
Farmers in all sections of the!
county are becoming greatly en-|
thused over the corn growers' con
test. Bob Powell said on Monday:
"The Advertiser's gold is already j
When a man pursuing the daily
peaceful avocations of life goes
around with a revolver on his per
son, it is prima facie evidence that
he takes a wrong view of life. Why
should he carry around a pistol
among respectable and peaceable
people? Pistol toting has gotten
many a man in trouble. So young
man, leave off the habit if you are
addicted to it.-Orangeburg Times
Farmer Who Lives at Home:
If all of the farmers in the coun
ty had their cribs and smoke-houses
as well supplied as that of Mr. E.
M. Padgett, the western packers
and corn growers would have to
?seek-ether^mtii'ki^ foi1 tlimr- pru?fr
ucts. We understand that Mr. Pad
gett has about five hundred bushels
of corn and two thousand pounds of
home-raised meat, not to mention,
lard, potatoes, peas, etc.None of his
household will ever be victims of
pellagra or any of the other new
Combine Their Orders.
The White Town farmers are
wide-awake, business men. On Sat
urday afternoon next, February
20th, a called meeting of the mem
bers of the White Town farmers
union will be held to arrange for |
the joint purchase of commercial
fertilizers. By combining their or-1
ders and making one large purchase,
the members of the union get their |
fertilizers at the wholesale prices.
Last year the White Town farmers |
used seventy-odd tons.
Early Spring Lambs, j \-\
There is always a good margin of |
profit in early lambs. Col. ,S.B.
Mays was in town Monday arrang
ing to ship some of his lambs, hav
ing heard that Aiken butchers are |
paying fifteen cents per pound gross.
Col. May's lambs average about fif
ty pounds, and at the prevailing
price in Aiken will bring $7.50
each. When such prices can be
realized, there is nothing On the
farm that will bring larger returns
than a flock of sheep. Farmers
generally are awakening to the fact
that stock raising of all kinds is
Attention ridgefield Rifles.
There are only eighteen more
days before inspection, on the 8th
of March: and I desire to urge upon
each member the importance of at
tending each of the two remaining
Thursday nights in thia month, and
every night during the week before
inspection .W. C TOMPKINS,
1st Lieut. Commdt.
Washington Once Gave Up.
to three doctors; was kept in bed
for five weeks. Blood poison from a
spider's bi te caused large, deep sores
to cover his leg. The doctors failed,
then "Bucklen's Arnica Salve com
pletely- cured me," writes John
Washington, of Bosqueville, Tex.
For eczema, boils, burns and piles
its supreme. 25c at W E Lynch &
Co., Penn <fc Holstein, successors to
G L Penn & Son drug stores.
Quality counts in coffee as in
everything else. Try our Golden
Rio coffee, and be convinced.
'W. E. Lynch & Co.
Seed Irish Potatoes.
Come to us for your seed Irish
Potatoes. We have a large stock of
genuine eastern grown potatoes in
W. E. Lynch & Co.
Thousands of millions
f cans of Royal Baking
Vwder ha*'e been used
i making 'ead, biscuit
nd cake i his country,
Jid every >usekeeper
rested in erfect confi
ber food would be light,
slesome. Royal is a safe
alum powders which are
health of the present day.
Y BAKING POWDER
APE CREAM OF TARTAS
Tlie members of the Harmony
Farmers Union are hereby called
to meet on. Saturday afternoon,
February 27th, at 3 o'clock. A full
attendance is desired.
Judge DeVore's Good Work.
J oe Madison, a negro "who was
convicted at the fall term of court
in his absence for violating the dis
pensary law, had a sealed sentence
left against him by Judge De Yore.
He was located a. short, time ago
about six miles west of William
son, arrested and placed in jail.
Yesterday the sealed sentence
against him was opened and read
to the effect that the would pay a
fine of $200 or serve six months on
the gang or a like period in the
penitentiary. He was unable to pay
the fine and wes sent to the gang.
Death of Durand Hollingsworth.
At tlie home of his aunt, Mrs.
Manly Timmons, Mr. Durand Hol
lingsworth passed away early Sun
day morning. He was eighteen
years of age, having just reached
the threshold of promising young
manhood, and his sudden death
came as a great shock to his friends
and loved ones. Durand had been
suffering several days with tonsili
tis, and death resulted^ from the
bursting*?Ta? a?scessed'tonsi? "while
he was asleep. . He was a strong,
manly boy'of generous and noble
impulses, being greatly beloved by
I all who knew him. The interment
was held at Bethany church on
Monday, Dr. C. E. Burts and Rev.
G. H. Burton conducting the funer
al. Durand was a son of. Mr. and
Mrs. William Hollingsworth.
Cabbage Plants: We have jill
varieties of sea-coasfc cabbage plants
for sale. Received .fresh by express.
Dunovant <fc Co.
I take this means of notifying
the public that the office of county
treasurer will open for the transau
tion of business on and after Mon
day, February 15th, 1900.
James T. Mira s,
Treasurer Edgefield County.
Whenever you have horse-shoeing,
repairs on your wagon or buggy,
whether steel or rubber tired, come
to my shop. We are prepared to do
first cfass work of every kind and
guarantee every job we send out.
Give us a trial. That's all we ask.
W. H. POWELL.
A man with some experience to
take charge of my grist mill at once.
For terms, apply to
- T. P. Salter,
Trenton, g. C,
Soldier Balks Death Plot.
It seemed to J A Stone, a civil
war veteran, of Kemp, Tex., that
a plot existed between a desperate
lung trouble and the grave to cause
his death. "I contracted a stubborn
cold," he writes, that developed a
cough that stuck to me,, in spite ol
all remedies for years. My weight
ran down to 130 pounds. Then I be
gan to use Dr. King's New Dis
covery, which restored my liealtli
completely, I now weigh 178 pounds
For severe colds, obstinate coughs
hemorrhages, asthma, and to pre
vent pneumonia it's unrivaled. 50(
and ?1.00. Trial bottle free. Guar
anteed by W E Lynch & Co., Penr
& Holstein, successors to G L Penr
<fe Son drug stores.
Freshen and beautify the interi
or of your home by using our eal
cino and alabastine.
Large assortment of tablets
paper, pencils, examination pad)
and school supplies of all kinds.
) B. Timmons.
THIS G WHAT REMEDY IS
Acute and Chronic Diseases of
the Kidney, Liver, Eladder
or Urinary Organs and
Acrrts, Chronic Rheumatism,
Uric acid, lumbago or gout.
Dissolves and expels Gravel
or Gall Stones. It heals and
removes irritation, Inflamma
tion,\Qlccrn.tion or Catarrh of
The Test That Tells.
Dothan, Ala., Jan. 21, 1909.
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
Gentlemen:-About one year ago two
of my children suffered badly from weak
kidneys and diabetes;1,their urine was
very bad and they would have severe
spells of dizziness, and were all run
down in health. I was just about dis
couraged. I tried several remedies and
finally a doctor, but they did not seem
to improve. I knew of a friend who
was taking Swamp-Root for kidney
trouble with good results, and I decided
to get some for the children. I noticed
there was some improvement after they
had taken two large bottles; continued
to give it to them until they had taken
a half dozen bottles and were well on
the road to recovery. I think Swamp
root has done more for my children than
any other medicine I have tried and I
recommend it to one having children
who suffered as mine-did.
R. W. LINSENBY.
City Clerk, Dothan, Ala.
A Georgia Woman.
SRARKS, Ga., Jan. ll, 1909.
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton. N. Y.
Gentlemen:-Some time ago I was
troubled with kidney trouble; had se
vere pains in back and hips. Was treat
ed by a physician, but without any ben
efit. I noticed some Swamp-Root ad
vertising and resolved to give it a trial.
After taking four bottles I v/as com
pletely cured. Have not suffered any
ain at all since and can recommend
wamp-Root to anyone suffering from
MRS. E. V. STEVENS.
BRINSON, GA., Jan. 20, 1909
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
Gentlemen:-Some time ago I suffer
ed severely with pain in my back and
hips. My back pained me continually
and I felt miserable. A friend recom
mended Swamp-Root. I obtained and
took the contents of two'bottles, when
I felt relief. My back has not troubled
me since and I can thoroughly recom
mend Swamp-Root to any one suffering
from kidney troubles as I find it affor
ded me great relief.
Yours very truly,
. REV. E. T. DAWSON.
BOSTON, GA., Jan. 13, 1909.
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. <Y.
Gentlemen:-Some time ago I was
troubled with kidney trouble. I thought
for some time I was suffering with di
abetes, 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 a few doses, felt
relieved. After taking several bottles
the pain was entirely gone and I have
not suffered the slightest since. I can
not be tpo enthusiastic in my praise of
this wondeful medicine and it gives me
great pleasure to give my testimonial
m regard to its merits.
J. B. ROUNDTREE,
Former Mayor 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. Adems & Son.
IF YOU NEED A ?
Swamp.Root' is not recommended for
often during the day and get up many t
due to kidney trouble, Swamp-Root wil
Don't be Misled-For example, when
Remedy, don't allow any druggis
in its place. Every time h
NOTE,-Every reader of THE EDGEI
and Bladder Remedy, may address Dr.
A Sworn Certifica
Spectacles made up to suit your
particular need at lowest possible
Geo. F. Minis,
.Edgetield, S. C
100 bushels of home-raised cort
at my mill near Trenton.
T. P. Salter.
The Secret of Long Li fe.
A French scientis t has discovers
one secret of long life. His method
deals with the blood. But long ago
millions of Americans had proved
Electric Bitters prolongs life and
makes it worth living. It purifies
enriches and vitalizes the blood, re
builds wasted nerve cells, impart;
life and tone to the entire system
Its a Godsend to weak, sick am
debilitated people. Kidney trouble
had blighted my life for mouths
writes. W M Sherman, of dishing
Me., "but Electric Bitters cured nu
entirely." Only 50c at W E Lynd
ct Co., Penn ?fc Holstein, successor!
to G L Penn & Son.
The Value of a Remedy is
Proven By It's Cures.
ELKWOOD ALA.. Dec, 14,1908.
Dr. Kilmer & Co., B:nghamton, N. Y.
Dear Sirs:-I have derived such great
benefit from the USG of your remedy,
Swamp-Root tnat I believe it to be
most important for the public to know
J its worth. For the past ten years I
I have been the most miserable of men.
Did not know what the trouble was but
had to urinate very frequently both day
and night, was all puffed 'generally.
Could not sleep more than a couple of
hours at a time, was greatly distressed
after-eating a meal and was about worn
out. I had tried nearly everything I
could see advertised and hear of, with
lout helping me to any great extent, un
til finally in October last at Ripan, Wis.,
1 purchased a one dollar bottle of
jwamp-Root and commenced taking it
according to directions and I followed
that with another bottle and experien
ced such great relief and benefit from
same that I purchased five dollars
worth at Huntsville, Ala., and continu
ed its use and am now taking it, .but
in smaller doses and twice a day in
Elace of four times a day and I believe
y the time the present supply is ex
hausted I will be entirely well. I am
feeling better now than for ten vears
past. Can eat and sleep first class, in
fact I am feeling so good j cant resist
telling you about it. You are at liber
ty publish this testimonial should you
Very respectfull v,
THOMAS STALLARD, U. S. A., Re
Box 7, R. R. No. 2, Elkwood, Ala.
New Roads, La.. Jan. 22, 1909.
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
Dear Sirs:-I write to-day to the
public that yonr Swamp-Root cured me
of kidney trouble. I was almost past
going; ha,ving spasmodic spells with my
kidneys that were breaking down my
constitution. The best medical aid was
employed . and they pronounced my
tronble as alkali in the kidneys, but
were unable to do me any permanent
I took four bottlos of Swamp-Root
and became a well man. This was six
years ago and I have had no trace of
tho trouble. Yours for suiTerins: men,
REV. J.-ft. TAYLOR,
Pastor Eaptist Church, New Roads, La.
Mail Carrier's Experience.
I have been a rural letter carrier for
over five years. Some two years ago
I was taken with severe pains in my
my back. I used medicine from my
family physician for several months
without any benefit. A friend Mr. J.
D. Nelson, advised me to try your
Swamp-Root, but I had no faith ir. it.
I continncd to grow worse anrl at last
decided to try Swamp-Root and bought
of Long Bros. a fifty cent bottle which
gave me great relief. I then bought
two one-dollar bottles, which I can
truthfully say have completely cured
? Had it not been for Swamp-Root I
would have been competed to quit the
rural free delivery service.
I was sobad that ye ry often my wife
would have to help me arise.
M. B. HENDRICKSON,
Rueal Letter Carrier, Route No. 2.
.... M A Contractor.
DONALSONVILLE, GA., Jan. 20,1909.
Dr. Kilmer &. Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
Gentlemen:-About four years ago I
suffered from kidney trouble and rheu
matism in my hips. The pain across
my back became so severe that I could
hardly straighten up and could not wilk
without dragging my feet. I would
urinate frequently and would have to ?
rise two or three times during the night |
causing me to suffer from loss of sleep.
And with the pain I was all run down
and began to lose flesh. I saw Swamp
Root advertised and bought one bottle
to try it.After taking it I felt ?better
and could sleep all right at night. I
continued to take it until I ha? taken
four large bottles. I was entirely free
from any pain in the back and began to
fain in weight. I always recommenk
wamp-Root to my friends as I thind
the cure in my case remarkable.
Yours very truly,
M. H. HICKSON, Donalsonville, Ga.
very mail brings many unsolicited to
ie United States and foreign lands, exp
T. Kilmer's Swamp-Root has done for
'o not let any one sell you some other r
o?t-if you do you will be disappointe
ir-there is other medicine as good as
MEDICINE YOU SHOULD
everything, but if you have kidney, liver
\mes during the night, have smarting or ii
1 be found just the remedy you need.
you ask for Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, t
t, drug clerk or store keeper to persuade
e succeeds in sellingyou a worthless substi
i are humbugged at the expense of your
.TELD ADVERTISER who has not tried
Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., and re
.t all dealers in 50c. and $1.00 siz<
ite of Purity With Every Bottle-Se
?g New arrivals in Lace:
iga Ladies Skirts in the Nc
jg Spring. - , (
Ladies' Tailored Sh
[fl to $3*50.
I Hf Shapes in the America
New Spring Oxford
Red Cross S ht
Our Rugs, Comforts,
rf nt a big saennce.
Dr. Kilmer's likeness is on the out
side wrapper of every bottle.
Beneficial in Severe Cases.
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
Gentlemen:-I hardly know how to
exprass my appreciation for the good
your Swamp-Root has done me. I had
been greatly troubled with my kidneys
and with pains in the back; also what
the doctor termed inflamation of the
neck of the bladder. At times my back
would be\in such shape that I was
almost helpless.I had tried several doc
tors and medicines to no good effect,
and finally I noticed in some paper
wher? Dr. Kilmer proposed to send a
sample bottle of his kidney medicine,
Swamp-Root, free by mail. I sent. at
once for sample bottle. After taking
it I foun^. it did me good. I then pur
chased two bottles from our merchant,
Mr. W. J. Elizer. After taking the
medicine I felt like a new man, and
each day rode five miles to teach school.
You are at Liberty to use this letter, or
refer any one to me, as I will always
be glad to tell them what a wonderful
medicine this Swamp-Root is. Mr.
James Ivens, of Saundersville, Tenn.,
is taking it with good results.
Very truly yours,
D. A. MONTGOMERY,
Membsr Tennesee Legislature,
Rural Route No, 24. Edg?field, Tenn.
Results It Has Proved.
Dothan, Ala., Jan. 21, 1909
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
Dear Sirs:-Have been sufferings
more or less from kidney trouble for
the last five years and was induced to
try your Swamp Root. Am happy to
say, or give you testimonial, that it
has cured me. I ara a traveling sales
man for Messrs. Colgate & Co., New
York, and am always traveling on the
road. Drinking the different waters
affected my kidneys.
' SAMUEL WOLF.
A Prominent Mason.
According to my experience, I do not
consider there is anything to equal
Swamp-Root for kidney affection.
Twice it relieved nie when I was
completely helpless. t
Tne last time I was traveling in Tex
as, when my kidneys became affected,
and for ten days I suffered excrucia
ting pains, accompanied with severe
chills. Several years previous, having'
been reliaved of a similar .attack, I
naturally sought relief as before from
After using four of the large size
bottles; I was completely h-estored and
went on my way rejoicing and'prais
ing ' Swamp-Root.. This was. three
years ago and I have had no indication
of a return of the affliction.
J. C. SMITH, JR., 33 Mason.
WAYCROSS, GA., Jan. 5th, 1909.
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
Dear sirs:-During last October I
suffered.from my kidneysv.
I consulted my physician, who pre
scribed for me, but his treatment did
not benefit me. After reading some
Swamp-Root literature. I decided to
five it a trial. After taking a few
oses, I felt somewhat relieved, and af
ter two one dollar bottles had been
taken, I had no pain and was complete
ly cured. I have not had the slightest
pain in my pack or hips since. From
my own experience I can cheerfully
recommend Swamp-Root to any one
suffering fr^m kidney trouble.
Yours very truly,
Mr Martin conducts a carting and
slimonials from people from allover
ressing heartfelt gratitude for what
nedicine to take the place of Swamp
id-insist on getting what you ask
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root.
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