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W-EDHESDAY. MAB. 10, r90B.
The -Loyal Temperance Legion
will meet at the Baptist 'church Sat-1
urday afternoon next at 4 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ramsey, of
' Augusta; are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
B. B. .Tones. ?
Miss Frances Dill, a very charm
ing young.lady from Charleston, is
the - guest of Miss Rhett Sheppard.
Mrs. James S. Byrd is spending
this week in Columbia with her
parents^ Mr. and Mrs. John Fitz
Miss Robbie Jones, the efficient
teacher of the Antioch school, was
among : the visitors in Edgefield
It is- exceedingly interesting to
join a group of farmers who^are
discussing the . corn contest. Each
one declares positively, that he will
win the prize.
Mrs. N. G. Evans will be hostess
for the JPaughtera of the Confedera
cy at their next meeting, Tuesday
afternoon, March 16th, at 4 o'clock.
Mr. W. A. Hart announces this
.week that he is ready for the early
shoppers with, a large stock of
spring clothing, shoes and hats. ;
Veterans desiring "Crosses of
Honor,'?; for'May 10th bestowal, will
x please apply to Mrs. C. A. Griffin,
at the Bank of Edgefield, for uppli
cation blanks as soon as possible.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Belli ac
companied by their children, spent
'Saturday and Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. T. C. Strom. '
. Mrs. M. T.? Holley, of''Aiken,
was the guest of her daughter, Mrs.
J. F. Ehtzminger, aty the college
Saturday and Sunday.
j Mrs.. G. A. Hamrick, of Colum
bia, visited her son and daughter at
the college Saturday and Sundav.
Col. F. N. K. Bailey made a
business trip to the Hatchings Mill
section pf Aiken county last week,
making the journey of about forty
- miles in his buggy.
Those who contemplate entering
the com contest need^have no mis
givings concerning the award of
prizes. A plan will be adopted for
awarding the prizes that will pre
, elude the possibility of fraud and
'.dishonesty. The men who get the
gold.will certainly haye to make the
; Mrs. N. G. Evans will be hostess
for the laughters of the Confed
"acy at their next meeking, Tuesday
afternoon,"March 16tn, at-4 o'clock.
Veterans desiring Crosses of Honor,
for May 10th bestowal, will please
apply to Mrs. 0. A. Griffin at the
Bank of Edgefield for application
blanks as soon as possible.
A gentleman told ns on Monday
that'the corn contest had caused
him to reduce his cotton crop at
least pne acre. He has set apart the
best acre on his farm (which he
originally intended planting in cot
ton) for his "pet" acre of corn.
Doubtless there are score? of far
mers who have done the samel
Large stock of paints, stains, var
nish,: ?il and brushes. Before you
do any painting it will pay you to
get our prices.
Enter the Corn Growers' Contest. I
We solicit your -prescription
business. Utmost care is'exercised
in compounding prescriptions and
only pure, fresh'drugs are used. Our |
prices are very reasonable.
PENN <fe HOLSTEIN,
G. L. Penn &? Son.
is, by no means, the . dreadM
disease it is thought to be- in
it can always be stopped- in
thejbegmning. The trouble is:
you?on't know you've got it;
you donftbelieve it; you Won't
believe it-till you are forced
to. Then it is dangerous.
Don't be afraid; but attend
to I it quick-you can do it
yourself and at home. Take
of Cod liver Oil and live care
fully every way.
Hiis is sound doctrine, what
ever you may think or be told;
and, if heeded, will save life.
Send this advertisement, together w J th name
ci pfcper in which it appel? your address and
four cents to cover ptatajie. and we will send
yo* ? "Ccmpfcte Handy -Atlas of the World."
SCOTT* BOWNE. 409 Pearl St, New York
Surely, you are not going: to fail
to hj??r the Royal Hungarian. Or
ch'?stra Friday night.
Mrs. George B. Harris arrived
last evening from Henderson.' N.
C., to visit ber daughters, Mrs.. W.
C. Lynch and Mrs. John R. Tomp
Misses Rosa Lou and Pet La
Grone, of Johnston, spent Monday
in Edgefield, -with their sister, Mrs.
J. E. Hart.
Attention is directed to the new
advertisements of The Corner Store,
Rives Bros. W. A. Hart, J. Ruben
stein, Geo. F. Minis and W.
Adams <fc Co.
The suit of Dr. J. T. Pattison
against the Farmers Bank was called
for trial this (Wednesday) morn
The finest musical attraction ever
given in Edgefield will be that of
the Royal Hungarian . Orchestra
Two valuable tracts of land are
advertised in this issue bj\ Judge
W. F. Roath to be sold the firs t
Monday in April.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ly.ich have
been showered with congratulations
over the arrival of a sweet little
daughter to bl?ss their home.
These balmy spring dayg.grow
longer and longer by almost two
minutes each day. The sun will^ise
one minute earlier to-morrow and
set one minute later than it did to
day. . ^
15 yards 36 inch soft finished
Bleach for ?1.00 at.
The Corner Store.
The Lynch drug store will give
you more candy-both chocolate
and bonbons^-for a nickle or dime
than you ever bought before.
An Edgefield lady complains that
she has been so : strenuouly enter
tained with social affairs this winter
that she hasn't had an opportunity
to eat an onion for nearly two
Mr. W. C. McCreary has resign
ed his position with' Mr. H. H.
Sanders and left on Monday for
Camden, S. C., to accept a like po
sition in the market of Messrs.
Mr. C. W. Watson and Mr.
James Rearden have been doing a
splendid business since they pur
chased the lunch counter from Mr.
A. A. Edmunds.
Farmers, you may have to bend
your necks considerably to read
the new advertisement of Messrs.
W. W. Adams & Co. but it will
pay you. Look it up in this issue.
A certain Edgefield bachelor sent
a half dollar across several states to
find out how to save the heels of his
socks, and received the following
reply: Cut out the heels with a
sharp pair of scissors and put them
in the top drawer.
Heavy 36-inch Sea Island at Sets,
formerly sold for 7i cents.
The Corner Store.
Hon. B. L. Caughman, a member
of the South Carolina Railroad
Commission, was in Edgefield on
Monday, being out on a tour of in
spection. He left in the afternoon
to inspect the road bed between
this place and. Aiken.
I desire to inform the ladies and .
the shopping public generally that <
our new spring goods are now ar- i
riving daily. We invite them to call
and see our new offerings. Our
goods were ali purchased before
the retient rise and our customers
get the benefit of the low price.
J. W. Peak.
We are [.very much gratified at
the steady growth of The Adverti
ser's stibscriptiofi list. A number of
the most representative people in
the county .-have recently come for
ward 3.nd said put my name on
your subscription list," planking
down the cash in nearly every in
Mr. Charles M. Wates, the pro
gressive young Clark's Hill mer
phant, has been in the city for sev
eral days. Mr. Wates advises all
who desire to increase their avoir
dupois to make Clark's Hill their
place of abode for several months.
If^Mr. Wates continues to increase
in adipose tissue he will soon rival
in statue the man who . has made
New Spring Goods.
Large boxes, cases and bales of
new Spring goods which were recent
ly purchased by Mr. J. W. Peak in
New York are new arriving and are
being opened for the early shoppers.
Mr. Peak made his purchases be
fore the recent advance, therefore
he is in a position to make low
prices. Very soon this popular
store will be showing all of the lat?
est\noveltie8 as well as a full assort
ment of staple dry goods, notions,
The Lynch Candy .
The delicious candy at the
Lynch drug store is the talk of the
to.vn. The price is only 10 and 20
cents per pound, being the same
quality that is sold in the ten-cent
stores in cities. Mr. Lynch has se
cured the agency from a New York
concern and had to buy a very
large quantity in order to sell at the
above low price.
food more wholesoi
perior in lightness
The only baking p
Royal Grape Cream ?
We take the liberty of publish
ing this complimentary letter from
so excellent^ source:
Parksville, S. C. '
March 5th, 1909.
Editor Edgefield/ Advertiser,
My dear Sir:- '
I enclose check
for 75 cents for The Advertiser for
the coming: six months, and com
pliment you upon the handsome
sheet that you issue.
With best wishes, yours,
W. W. Fowler,
Formerly Editor Hastings News,'
Hastings on Hudson, N; Y.
Mr. Ftives Caught in Blizzard.
Mr. E. S. Rives returned Satur
day afternoon, after spending ten
days in New York purchasing a
tremendous spring stock for Messrs.
Rives Bros. Mr. Rives is a buyer
of large experience, having made
many trips to market. He is an ex
cellent judge of goods, and stated
to The Advertiser's representative
that he was greatly 'pleased with
the spring offerings of merchan
dise, also with the prices. Tlie new
goods will begin to arrive this
week. Mr. Rives was caught in the
blizzard, snow being ten , inches
deep in New York. In fact, on his
return trip he traveled in snow from
New, York-to Charlottesville, Ya.
Edgefield Rifles Inspected.
The annual inspection of the local
military company was held yesterr
3av morning^the inspecting officers^
being Lieut. Chas. H. Cabaniss, U.
3. army, and Cpl. William T.
Brock, assistant Adjutant and In
spector Genend. Capt. Collett and
Iiis company thirty one strong, pre
sented an exceedingly creditable ap
pearance, and there seems to be no
iloubt of . their having measured up
to the required standard. After tjie
inspection the soldier boys, with
;he inspecting officers and newspaper
nen as their i guests, partook of a
lelightful barbecue that was pre
pared by the renowned chef, Mr.
A. A. Edmunds.
County League Formed
After the reading of an excellent
paper in the opera house last even
ing by Dr. O. B. Mayer, also in
teresting talks upon tuberculosis by
Dr. Asbill, Dr. D. A. J. Bell and
Dr. C. E. Burts, a county Anti
Tuberculosis League was formed
by electing the following officers:
Dr. R. A. Marsh, president; Mrs.
J. L. Mims, vice:president and Mr.
J. H. Allen, secretary and treasur
er. The president was empowered
to appoint a member of the execu
tive committee in each township.
More about the. League in a sub
Rives Brothers New Arrivals.
We are handling the Defender
Muslin Underwear for Ladies.
We have just received a large ship
ment and the prices for the quality
and make are second to none.
Corset covers trimmed with Lace
and Embrodery at 25, 39, 49, 75,
Ladies' Muslin underskirts with
Lace and Embroidery trimming at
49, 62, 72, 99cts, and $1.39.
Children's drawers 10, 12^, 15,25,
39, 49, 6.2, 75 and* 99cts.
Ladies Gowns, 49, 62, 75, 99 and
We carry Mendal Bros Tailored
shirt waists which^re noted for fit.
We have a nice lot in Lawn, Dimity,
Mad rs, Cambric, Linen Lawn, La
dies wrappers and Heavy Dresses.
Second lot of coat suits to arrive in
a few days prices from $1.50 up
American Lady Corsets to fit all
Thc Home of Honest Shoes.
Near Death in Big Pond.
It was ? thrilling experience to
Mrs. lek Soper to face death. "For
years a severe lung trouble gave me
intense suffering," she writes, and
several times nearly caused my
death. All remedies failed and doc
tors said I was incurable. Then Dr.
King's New Discovery brought
(Ulick relief and a cure so perma
nent that I have not been troubled
in twelve years. Mrs. Soper lives in
Big Pond, Pa. It works wonders in
coughs and colds, sore lungs, hem
orrhages, grippe, asthma, croup,
whooping cough and all bronchial
affections. 50c and $1,00. Trial bot
tle free. Guaranteed by W E Lynch
& Oo., Penn & Holstein, successors
to ? L Penn &? Son, drug stores.
Enter the Corn Growers' Contest.
ne ?ind su
Very Strong Line.
Mr. C. E. May spent Friday, Sat
u'rday and Sunday in Eel gefiel el,
leaving Monday morning for his
regular trip upon the road. Mr. May
has a very strong line of shoes, and,
having been assigned to a good
territory, the outlook is that he will
book ajarge number of orders. He
secured several orders from the
Bdgefield merchants while here.
Large Mission Collection.
The sermon in the Baptist church
Sunday morning by Dr. Arch C.
Cree was probably the ablest pre
sentation of the subject of missions,
as well as, the strongest ^appeal,
ever heard in Edgefield. The splen
did collection that was taken for
foreign missions immediately after
the sermon amounted to ?532. Dr.
Cree and Dr. Burts were very much
gratified by the generous response.
Fire in J on ns ton.
A very disastrous fire occurred in
the town of Johnston between nine
and twelve o'clock Tuesday night,
burning" ?>onre five or si.t stores.
Among the stores destroyed were
those of Mr. J. N. Lott, Johnston
Drug Company and Mr. J. C. Lewis.
We haye been unable to learn full
Mr. Rubecetein's Milliner.
' Mr. J. Hubenstein will give spe
cial attention to his millinery de
partment during the approaching
spring season, having made larger
purchases than ever before. He has
engaged Miss Fink, a very gifted
milliner from Baltimore, to take
charge of this department. She will
arrive to-day. Miss Fink has for
some'time been associateel with one
of the largest. millinery houses in
Baltimore, and comes well equip
ped for her duties.
Counting Pieces of Mail.
During the month of March all
R. F. D. carriers throughout" the
,county are required to count every]
piece of mail handled each day,
The post office department is dc
sirous of ascertaining whether or
not the people fr.long the routes are
patronizing thom sufficiently to
warrant their continuance. We do
not think Edgefield's route is in
jeopardy, but voule} like to see it j
generously patronized, especially
during this month. "Uncle Sam"
should have ofdered the count made
while Valentines were Hooding the
mails, but possibly April Fool's
Day missives will make up for the
deficiency. Crowd Mr. Tompkins'
pouch all you can legitimately.
Very Strong Testimonial.
Here is what the Boston Jour
nal had to say of the Royal Hun?
The concert last evening at the
Music Hall, by the Royal Hunga
rian Orchestra, was one of the
finest of its kind ever given in this
city. Twelve numbers were on the
program, but, by round after round
of applause, the audience heard
twenty. The encores were even
more highly appreciated than the
regular pieces. The playing of the
combination is characterized by I
pure intonation, correct interpreta
t ion and perfect unanimity.
Plant More Than an Acre.
The editor is beseiged with ques
tions as to what constitutes an acre.
Some farmers whose ground is ir
regular in shape are puzzled to
know just how to measure off an
acre. We almost invariably tell
them to plant more than an acre,
then let the judges next fall meas
ure off an exact acre. Nothing will
be lort. All of the corn that is har
vested from the field, will be yours.
But in competing for the prize the j
corn from an. acre-oiot "leetle de
rise-' of an acre-is^io be measured
and reported by the judges.
Watch and Jewelry Repairing
AH Work Guaranteed
Edgefield, S. C.
THIS GREAT RE.\IEt>Y:lS^
'. ;i!:'CO.'.iMi:ND::DfCK .
Acute dod Chrouie Diseases of
the Kidney, Liver, Bladder ,
. or ?Urinary Oriana and '
Acute, Chronic Rheumatism,
Uric acid, lumbago or gout.
Dissolves and-?xpels -Gravel
or Gall Stones. It heals and
removes irritation, Inflamma
tion, Ulceration 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; their urine was
very bad and they would have' severe
3pells of dizziness, and were all run
iown in health. I was just rbout 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 af ter 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.
K. W. LINSENBY,
City Clerk, Dothan, Ala.
A Georgia Woman.
SPARKS, Ga., Jan. ll, 1909.
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
Gentlemen:-Some time ago I wa3
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 was com
pletely cured. Have not suffered any
pain at all since and can recommend
Swamp-Root to anyone suffering from
MRS. E. V. STEVENS.
3RINS0N, 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.
Results After Using. . ;
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. P fter taking several bottles
the pain was entirely gone and I have
not suffered the slightest since. I can
not be too enthusiastic in my praise of
this wondeful medicine and it gives me
great pleasure to give my testimonial
in 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 M
Swamp.Root is not recommended for e
often during the day and get up many ti:
due to kidney trouble, Swamp-Root will
Don't be Misled-For example, when ;
Remedy, don't allow any druggist,
inuits place. Every time he
NOTE,-Every reader of THE EDGEF
and Bladder Remedy, may address Dr. B
A. Sworn Certifica!
There are two- ways of spending
a dollar. You can spend it at home,
gain an easy conscience, make an
other friend and perhaps get the
dollar back to-morrow, or you send
it away, feel that you have sinned,
offended the home merchant and
forever lose the dollar and the
blessed influence for good to your
self and neighbor.-Orangeburg
Times and Democrat..
Five-pound bucket of roasted
Mocha and Java coffee-flavor un
B. Tinimons. .
Notice of Final Discharge.
On the 5th day of April 1909 the!
undersigned will make application
to the Probate Court of Edgefield
County, South Carolina, for a fi nal
discharge from her trust as General
Guardian of the estate of Marie B.
Mrs. Ina E. Holland.
.Salesmen Wanted to look after
our interest in Edgefield and adja
cent counties. Salary or commis
sion. Address, the Harvey Oil Co.,
The Value Mf' Rem&y
Provenly It's Cures.?
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N0i
Dear Sirs:-I have derived such great I
benefit from the.iise of your Remedy,
Swarpp-Root tnat I Relieve it" to. be
'most imp?rtantN'fbt 'the'public .txricnow
its.;w?rth. For thV .pi^st .rte? ^years' < I.
have been the'most miserable of men.
Did noV'kh?^^h^'th?^rbubl?.was but]
h?d to urinat?-very fr?r|u?ntly both day
and' night,. wassail puffed generally, j
Could not sleep more than a couple of
hours at ? tim?, was greatly distressed
after eating a meal ana was about worn
out. I had tried nearly everything -I
could see advertised and hear of, with
out helping me to any great extent, un
til finally in October last atRipan, Wis.,
I purchased ?' one 'dollar bottle of
Swamp-Root and commenced taking it
according to directions and I followed
that with another bottle and experien
ced such great relief ?nd 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 doses1 and twice a day in
Elace of four t#nes 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 teri vears
past. Can eat and sleep first class, in
fact I am feeling so good I cant resist
telling you about it.' You are at liber
ty publish this testimonial should you
THOMAS STALLARD, U. S. A., Re
Box 7, R. R. No. 2, Elkwo?d, 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 mle
of kidney trouble. I was almost past
going; having 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 botttes of Swamp-Root
and became a well man. This was six
years ago and I have had no trace of
the trouble. Yours for suffering men,
REV. J. R. TAYLOR,
Pastor Baptist Church, New Roads, La.
Mail Carrier's Experience.
- m m im
I have been a rural letter carrier for
over five years. Some two years a' ,
I was taken with severe pains in iiiy
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 in it.
I contmned to grow worse and 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 Sw?mp-Root I
would hav/e been compelled to quit the
rural free delivery service.
I was so bad that very often my wife
would have to help me arise.
M. B. HENDRICKSON,
Rueal Letter Carrier, Route No. 2.
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 notwilk
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 stll 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 had taken
four large bottles. I was entirely free
from any pain in the back and began to^
gain in weight. I always recommenk
Swamp-Root to my friends as . I thind
the cure in my case, remarkable.
Yours very truly,
M. H. HICKSON,Ponalsonville, Ga.
ery mail brings many unsolicited te
United States and foreign lands, exp
. Kilmer's Swamp-Hoot has done for
not let any one sell you some other r
ot-if you do you will be disappointe
-there is no other inedicine. as good :
EDICINE YOU SHOULD
?verything, but if you have kidney, liver
mes during the night, have smarting or ii
be found just the remedy you need,
you ask for Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, t
drug clerk or store keeper to persuade ]
succeeds in selling you a worthless substit
are humbugged at the expense of your
IELD ADVERTISER who has not tried
filmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., and re
: all dealers in 50c. and $1.00 siz<
:e of Purity With Every Bottle-Se
You cannot be too careful about
the quality of canned goods you
buy. Try our Nabob brand of corn
and peas, and be convinced of their
superior quality and excellence.
W. E. Lynch & Co.
Large assortment of tablets
paper, pencils, examination pads
and school supplies of all kinds.
The Lurid Glow of Doom.
was seen in the red face, hands I
and body of the little son of H M j
Adams, of Henrietta, Pa. His awful
plight from eczema had, for five I
'years, defied all remedies and baffled
?the best doctors, who ssid thef
'poisoned blood had affected kjs
' lungs and nothing could save hun.
I But, writes his mother, "seven bot-]
ties of Electric Bitters completely
cured him." For eruptions, eczema,
salt rheum, sores and all blood dis
orders and rheumatism Electric I
Bitters is supreme. Only 50c. Guar
anteed by W E Lynch & Co., Penn J
& Holstein, successors to G L Penn
& Son, drug stores.
Enter the com growers' .contest I
"?'*. rT-'mer's likeness- ia.or. the out?
*<.'..> w?^r- -of eve^y bottle.
Beneficial in Severe Gases.
Dr. Kilmer & Co:, Binghamton, N. Y.
Gentlemen:-I hardly "know how to
?xpross my appreciation for the good;
our. Swamp-Root has done me. I had
een'greatly troubled with my kidneys
and with pains in the back; also what
the doctor termed iriflamation of th(*
neck of the bladder. At times my back,
would belin such shape that 1 was
almost helpless. I "had tried several doc
tors and medicines to no good effect.*
and finally I noticed in Some paper
where Dr. Kilmer proposed to send a
?ample bottle of his kidney medicine.
Swamp-Root, free by mail. I sent at
once for a sample bottle. After taking
it I found 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 wh?t a wonderful
medicine this Swamp-Root is. Mr.
James Ivens, of Saundersville,, Tenn.,
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Membar 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 suffering
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
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man for Messrs. Colgate & Co., New
York, and am always traveling on the
road ' lng the different waters
"?cted my kidneys.
? Prominent Mason.
/ Jackson, Tenn. .
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Twice it relieved me when I was
The last time I was traveling m Tex
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After using four of the large size
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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
suffjered.f rom my kidneys.
I consulted my physician, who pre
scribed for me, but his treatment did
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Sive 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
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my own experience I can cheerfully
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Suffering from kidney trouble.
Yours very truly, .
Mr Martin conducts a carting and
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ressirig heartfelt gratitude fpr what
aedicine to take thc place of Swamp
id-insist on getting what you ask
as Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root.
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