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W?DNESDAYj AUGUST 24, 1910
Office, No. 61,
Residence, No. 17.
Mr. L. T. May has returned after
a stay- of two weeks at Hot "Springs,
Mrs. Annie S. Eawls,of Batesburg,
nee Miss Annie Cartledge, is visit
ing relatives in the Collier section.
Mr. Alfred CH shy, of Birmin??-1
ham, is visiting his ?sisters, Mrs. J.
M. Cobb and Mrs. Emma Marsh.
B. E. Nicholson, Esq., is spend
ing several days in Washington, D.
C. . .
Mrs. .E. J. Arthur of Columbia!
. is visiting her grandmother,^ Mrs.
" Virginia Addison. >
Hon. D. D. McColl, of Bennetts
ville,~has been a welcomed visitor
in Edgefield for several days.
Hrs. J. C. Walker and little son,
Jack, of Clearwater, spent last)
week in Edge-field with friends.
. Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Addison,
of Wards, spent Sunday with Mrs.
Virginia C. Addison.
Hon. J. Wm. Thurmend and his
little sons have, returned from
pleasant trip to Asheville.
Mrs. Geo. W. Bussey, Jr., and
Mrs. C. M. Wates spent last week
here with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. P. R. Wates.
Miss Florence Black, a very pret
ty debutante of Walferboro, is the J
guest of Misses Hortense and Roy
Dr. Manly Timmons went up to
Winterseat Sunday to join his fam
ily, and will return with them the
latter part.of the week.
Edgefield will sen! a large dele
gation to Rehoboth to-morrow to
atterfd the annual meeting of the
Woman's Missionary Union.
The largest and sweetest and
jnciest watermelon of the season, so
far as we .can judgu, was presented
to us by Mr. J. A. Mays.
Dr. J. S! Byrd, Mrs S. T. Wtf
Hams and Mr. A. M. Timmerman
are sojourning at Hot Springs, N.
C., for several days/
For Rent: Six roonri residence in
South Edgefield. Desirably located
Miss Kate Samuel.
_Mrs. Louise Gibson Clyburn and
her sweet little two-year-old daugh
ter, Virginia, of Atlanta, are visit- ?
irig Mrs. J.' H. Allen.
The friends of Mr. A. S. Tomp
kins are delighted that he is able to
be out 3gain, having been a sufferer
for more than a month from a
' sprained ankle.
'Hie annual session of the Edge
field Baptist Association will be
held at Gilgal church on Wednes
day and Thursday, September 8 h
Mr. W. H. Dorn,accompanied by
his three little ones, is spending this
week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J.R. Dorn, near Celestia, Saluda
Mrs. Virginia C. Addison cele
brated her 76th birthday last Wed
nesday inviting several of her lady
friends to enjoy the pleasures of the j
day with her.
Miss Laura Smith, of Ehrhardt,
is visitingMiss Robbie Jones. Miss
Robbie and Miss Laura were mem
bers of the cl?ss of 1906 of the S.
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. "Burnett and
.children who reside three miles
above Greenwood have been spend
ing several day3 with Mr. and Mrs.
J. TS. Schenk, Mrs. Burnett's pa
Mr. John R. Tompkins is serv
ing the Corner Store as salesman
while Mr. Turner is iii New York.
He has had large experience as a
dry goods salesman and may decide
to remain at the Corner Store.
This week will probably close all
of the annual protracted meetings
in the counry. And, so far as oar
information extends, all of the
meetings have been unusually suc
cessful and satisfactory.
- Our young friend Frank A. John
son, of Franklin, has accepted a po
sition with Owen Bros. Marble
Company of Greenwood. Should
you contemplate purchasing any
'ithing in his line drop him a card at
Franklin.and ho will call upon you,
The members of Gilgal church
held a conference Sunday and de
cided not to bold their protracted
meeting this year as the Woman's
Missionary Union will be held two
days this week at Rehoboth and the
association, will be held at Gilgal
two days early in September.
Rev. Mr. Lnabinet is being as
sisted at McKendree this week by
Rev. Mr. Connolly of Newberry.'
We hear good reports from the
meeting. Mr. Connolly, is a speaker
of great force and power. The wri
ter regrets that ho was unable to at
tend Sunday as has been his custom
for many ye are.
Miss Mary Ethel Fitzmauri oe,
Columbia, is. visiting her sisl
Mrs. Ja-mes S. Byrd.
We can furnish you with wire :
Stewart '& Kernaghan.
Mr. D. P. Boone and Mrs. Be
Ouzts have been spending seve:
days with Mr. and Mrs. Char
Cheatham and Mr. and Mrs. R.
The high stepping of Mr. Warr
Paul can be accounted for by t
arrival of a ten-pound danghtc
Frances Griffin. The fond parer
are receiving the congratulations
Attention is directed to the ne
advertisement of the Farmers Ban
which now has a combined capit
of $102,000. The Farmers Bank i
vites its friends among the farme
to deposit their funds with it wb<
they sell cotton.
Full supply of belting, packir
and lace leather always on hand.
Stewart & Kernaghan.
Lamar & Lamar, leading real e
tate dealers of Augusta, advertii
valuable lots, pity property, farn
and timber land in this issue. Loo
up their advertisement and rea
. what they say. These gentlemen ai
! thoroughly reliable. If interested i
what they are advertising, dro
them a c?rdr and-they will give fu
All millin?ry is being closed 01
below cost. Now is the time to bu
a nie?* hat alm?st at your own price
Call and let us ?rove what we saj
The Advertiser has been aske
to remind . candidates that the;
must file statements of their can:
paign expenses with the. Clerk o
Court both just, before and jus
after the election. Should they fai
to do this their election, if so foi
t?nate as to be elected, will be ar
Our sober-minded, sedate friend
John Kemp, is now wearing smile
of supremest joy. What does h
care about who is elected Tuesda;
or what cotton sells for this fall
He hasn't time to consider sucl
trivial matters. John's sole though
by day and dream by night is of th?
little daughter presented to him ty
the Stork Tuesday morning.
If you wish Jo make fine turnip:
now is th e time to begin the prep?
ration of the ground. We can suj
ply you with any of the popular v?
rieties of turnips such as Whit*
Globe, Purple T/op, Yellow Abei
deen, Flat Dutch, Seven Top, etc
One or two more rains will ena
ble Dr. W. E. Prescott and Messrs.
John Quarks and Frank West U
make enough peavine hay to supplj
the county. They have' sown large
fields that contain acres upon acres
We would not undertake to saj
really how many acres these gentle
men have in peas. ,They are setting
their community a good example.
Call on Us for scale beams, all
Stewart <fc Kernaghan.
The Advertiser welcomes Mr,
Wick C.. McCreary back to Edge
field. He has accepted a position
with Mr. H. H. Sanders, and will
enter upon bis duties early in Oc
tober. Mr. McCreary has been
spending the past year in Cheraw
but says he could no longer resist
the the thirst for more "park wa
ter," hence, bis return to Edgefield.
* Mr. J. Rubenstein has gone to
New York to purchase a large fall
stock of merchandise for his two
stores. He went direct to head
quarters and made the s?lections in
person. He will give more attention
than usual to his millinery depart
ment. Miss Mabel ?enner will be
in charg? of this department this
We were pained to learn of Mr.
Rufus Johnson's misfortune Sun
das'. While returning from Red
Hill church with his family, one of
the bridle bits broke and the team
ran, throwing his family out of the
vehicle. The severest injury wa* the
spraining of' his little boy's arm.
We are very glad that it was no
Mr. B. B. Hare, formerly of Sa
luda county but at present of Wash
ington, D. C., was very cordially
greeted by his friends in Edgefieid
last Thursday. For several years he
has been engaged in some very im
portant work in connection with
the government, and it is needless
to add that be has "made good."
The ladies will fiud Mrs. Hatcher
at the DuBose Hotel. She will be
'glad to see them at any time. She
will keep up her beauty work.
Bring your combings along and
have a braid made.-Ad.
We keep a full supply of repairs
for the McMormick, Deering and
Osborne mowers. Call on us when
you need any parts.
Stewart & Kernaghan.
Rev. T. P. Burgess will be out of
town for a fortnight. He will leave
Friday to assist in a meeting at
Little Mountain church ten miles
above Abbeville, and from there he
will go to Salem church in Fairfield
county. It was a.t the latter church
that Mr. Burgess first engaged in
Latest dispatches from " Georgia
announce re-election of Hardwick
and the election of Hoke Sraih
with North Augusta yet to be heard
/ *. .;
Our community is greatly depress
ed over the critical illness pf Mrs.
A. A. Glover. But little hope is
entertained for her recoveiy.
There wilt be hb service in the
Baptist church Sunday as Dr. C.
E. Burts will not return in time.
He will, however, reach Edgefi'eld
early next week.
We .deeply regret that Mrs. Eliz
abeth A. Heath is very ill at the
home of her son, Mr. W. S. G.
Heath. This good lady is in her
Mrs. M. E. Carwile will leave
today for Hendersonville, N. C.
She will be accompanied bj' Miss
Annie Bee. Miss Minna Bee will
return to-B(ishopville today.
Lost: On Thursday afternoon, Aug.
18, at. Stevens Creek church or/
between there and McKendree,
Ladies1 gold watch. Finder please
notify Miss Pearle Hading,
Pleasant Lane, S. C.
The pulpit of the Baptist church
was filled last Sunday morning by
Rev. Jabez Ferris, pastor of the
Baptist church at Kewshaw. Rev.
Mr. Ferris preached a very strong
sermon, his subject being the1
Omnipresence of God.
Has Purchased Steam Engine.
The large flour mill of Hon. , W.
R. Parks near Parksville contains
sever?l hundred bushels of wheat,
each lot awaiting its turn to Le con
verted into flour. Owing to low
water, the mill has not been in op
eration for some time, causing Mr.
Parks to lose heavily. However,
the loss to Mr. Parks and the
trouble and inconvenience that his
patrons have experienced will soon
end. He has purchased a large
steam engine that will be used as
supplementary' power. As soon as
the engine can be installed the mill
will be run to its fullest capacity.
The Parks' mill has become cel
ebrated for the superior quality of
flower that it makes,-- hence many
are loath to send their wheat else
where, preferring to wait till the
mill resumes operation. Mr. Parks
will give notice through The Ad
vertiser when his mill will be ready.
Has Surrendered to the Sheriff.
Mr. Joseph L. Grafton who shot
Mr. P. O. Thurmond Saturday
night, August 13th, came up
Saturday last, accompanied by his
brother-in-law, Mr. Philip Markert,
and voluntarily surrendered to
Sheriff Ouzts. He has engaged
counsel and will doubtless apply
The differences between the tv/o
men have existed for two years,
family troubles being the cause of
the tragedy. The two men met in
the public road some distance above
Scott's store. Mr. P. 0. Thur
mond was in his buggy and coming
behind in another buggy were Mrs.
J. L. Crafton and her little girl.
Mr. Crafton shot Mr. Thurmond in
the thigh. The. wounded man was
carried to the hospital in Augusta
Saturday night, where an operation
was performed Monday. His heart
is said to have been weak, death re
sulting Monday night. Mr. Thur
mond left no family, his wife hav
ing died about two years ago.
Had to Kill Four Chickens.
The writer met that genial, jovial,
jocular, prince-of-good-fellows, Geo.
A. Adams, at Clark's Hill barbecue
Friday, and during the conversation
he asked if we were going to the
W?man's meeting at Rehoboth this
week. Upon receiving an affirmative
reply, he stated that he was going
also to carry his two daughters,
stating further that he expected to
stop with Cook Burckhalter. We
told him that we had first claim
upon Cook's hospitality, having
promised him some time ago that
we would spend a night with him.
After discoursing at some length up
on the lavish Burckhalter hospitality
of which every one who has spent
a night with Cook has abundant
knowledge, he said: "I got ahead
ol' you anyway. I stopped with Cook
when I went to Rehoboth to the
union meeting and I never saw so
many good things to eat in my life
before. Why, they killed four chick
ens for supper and four more for
breakfast." We then got in a word
edgewise and silenced him by say
ing the hostess would not find it
necessary to kill as many as four
chickens for us. Our good friend
soon changed the subject of conver
"Tomorrow will be my birthday,"
remarked the fair typewriter maid,
"and I am going to take a day off."
"Huh!" sneered the bookkeeper,
who had loved and lost. "Why
don't you. take five years off as you
did the last time you had a birth
day?''-Chicago Dailey News. '
Chinese Laundry : Send us your
collars, cuffs, etc., We can laun
der them on short notice, and
guarantee satisfaction on our
Reply To Voter.
I have read with much interest
the .communication- in your la3t
issue of "Voter" who sees fit to en
deavor to inl?uene? the .voters'of
Edgefield; county, dealing not in
generalities but' directly attacking
the record of men living arid dead.
"Voter" first sees fit by implica
tion to attack'the records of Edge
field's illustrious sons, George I>.
Tillman arid' Jasper Talbert, by a
belittling comparison of their ca
?eers with that of Mr. Patterson,
because forsooth Mr. Patterson hap
pens to have been in congress at a
time when the pork barrel was
opened up and every district in
South Carolina in which there was
a towri of any size was given a post
office buildingas a matter of course.
This comparison is about as correct
as "Voter's"' other Statement that
the Republicans obtain the commit
tee chairmanship by keeping their
representatives in Congress for long
terms, when all with any knowledge
of such affairs know that Chairman
ships depend upon which party is
in power. ?
And why should it be necessary
to fling slurs at Geo. D. Tillman
and Jasper . Talbert and to infer
that they did nothing while in Con
gress. The people of old Edgefield
know their records and are proud
of them and will resent any such
gratuitous-fling now that the one is
in his grave and cannot reply and
the other has retired to private life.
Then "voter" fires a fnsiladeat Mr.
Byrnes thereby showing that he
knows that Byrnes is a vital factor
in the race-for no one shoots at a
dead bird. He tackles him for pot
resigning'as Solicitor before run
ning for Congress. Well let's see.
Here he again attacks the record of
a son of Edgefield of whom we are
proud. Hon. J. Wm. Thurmond
ran for this very ?eat' in Congress
while he was Solicitor and he didn't
resign. Let's see again. Two years
ago Associate Justice D. E. Hy
drick, of the Supreme Court of
South Carolina ran for that digni
fied position and he didn't resign.
At the same session of Legislature,
Judge Thomas S. Soase (the Solici
tor) ran for the Circuit Judgeship
and he didn't resign. Some years
ago Judge Robt. Aid rich-then
State Senator ran for a ^ reme
Court Judgeship and Le c., n't re
sign. Today Solicitor J. Iv. Hen
ry is running for Congress and he
hasn't reaigned,! Pretty good ex
amples for poor, misguided youthful
.Timmie Byrnes to follow, ain't
And "voter" calls Byrnes a boy
and wants to defeat him on account
of youth and inexperience. What
of it? Two years-ago that same
cry was raised.' V^hen he ran for
Solicitor they said he was too young,
that he could not cope with the ex
perienced lawyers of his Circuit.
But the people couldn't be fooled.
They recognized his ability and
elected him triumphantly, and he
stood up in. the Court 'House and
valiantly did battle with the best.
He showed them the stuff he was
made of and no one in his Circuit
dares to class Byrnes as'a boy in
achievements and ability. Rather
is his youth to be taken as an asset,
for with his ability, his industry
and his youthful zeal, we can and
will make of him a Congressman to
be proud of. What ' is "voter" to
say about Frank juever's record?
They sa}T he classed up wrth the
best we have in Washington and
he was no older than Byrnes is,
when he went to Congress.
No, Mr- Editor, let "Voter" fuss
and fume, but let the people of
Edgefield resent the veiled assault
on Tillman, Talbert and Thurmond,
and vote for ? youngman of brains
and ability whose name is Byrnes.
A Last Word.
To the Democratic Voters of thc
2nd Congressional District:
As your Representative in Con
gress, the Hon. James 0. Patterson
was, through a malarial illness con
tracted while aiding the distressed
people of his District in the section
almost ruined by the overflow of
the Savannah river, rendered phys
ically unable to address his cons ti
tuents at the campaign meetings
held in his District, I think it due
both to you and this faithful public
servant to say that if he had been
able to address the people at these
campaign meetings, they would
have had convincing proof of his
great ability as a worker in the
ranks of the Democratic minority,
of his thorough equipment for the
intelligent and effective discharge
ot the duties you have committed
In that greatest of all political
schools, the Congress of the United
States, there has been no more pro
gressive student of public affairs,
than James 0. Patterson. His as
sociation with the leading public
men of the Congress has broadened
his powers, "strengthened his .good
judgment, and made him the equal
in effectiveness of any, and superior
in every particular of many of the
favorite sons of other and larger
States. Our state has never had a
worthier representative in Congress
than he- is, and as he will continue
to be as long as honored by the bal
lots of his District fellow citizens.
I say this because I know it to be
so because the records of Congress
prove it. As a reader and student
of the Congressional Record, the of
ficial journal of Congressional pro-,
ceedings, I bear my testimony to
his worth and work.
An Old Voter.
On the 7th day of September
1910 the undersigned will make a
final settlement on the estate of C.
B. Tidwell, deceased, in the ofiice
of the Judge of Probate, at Edge
field Court House, South Carolina,
and will at the same time, apply
for a final discharge from the trust
as Administrator of said estate.'
J. H. CORLEY.
Aug. 4-, '10-4t.
For Rent: 5 room residence. de
sirably located on Main Street
near depot. All necessary im
provements. Gas lights.
L. B Jones. '
Pompeian massage cream and al
of the other late toilet articles.
Mulford's tooth powder, paste
and tooth wash, al sp full stock of
Lime For Sale: Just received
larjre shipment of lime." Let us sui -
ply your needs for lime for sanitary
and Building purposes-any quan
tity from a peck to a hundred bar
Adams Warehouse Company.
Beautiful iron and enameled beds
just what you need.
Ramsey & Jones.
Full supply of Glenn Springs and
Harris Lithia water.
Penn & Holstein.
Very large assortment of iron
and enameled beds. Will be pleased
to show you.
Ramsey & Jones.
Ice tea tumblers Si.00 a dozen at
W. E. Lynch" & Co.
We are justly proud of our stock
of buggies. We carry Columbus,
Babcock, Tyson & Jones, Rock
Hill, Hackney and Sandford buggies.
The variety of styles, makes, etc.,
will enable us to suit every taste and
every purse. Hundreds of satisfied
customers praise the quality of our
Ramsey & Jones.
Hudnut's and Rogers and Gal
let's celebrated toilet water.
The barber shop of my late hus
band is still being conducted over
the store of Dunovant & Co. A first
class, courteous barber is in charge.
The patronage of the public will be
Mrs. C. B. Gray.
; Struck a Gold Mine.
S W Bends, of Coal City, Ala.,
says he struck a perfect raine of
health in Dr. King's New Life Pills
for they cured him of liver and kid
ney trouble ?fter 12 years of suffer
ing. They are the best pills on earth
for constipation, malaria, headache,
dyspepsia, debility. 25c at W E
Lynch & Co., Penn <fc Holstein,
Why you shoi
1. Because onl
ing it possible for
2. Edgefield is
. C. Handsome i
4. Extensive g
Faculty; fifteen te
0. Greatest cai
over the students
7. The Presid
8. From the ti
for their homes, tl
attention of the P
9. Regular stu
10. High stam
11. In compet
scholarships, our \
12. On accoun
in discipline and t
iously, our gradua
18. Table sup
food; eight teache
any of the depart?
15. Because fe
eratio? under the i
ask for your patrc
some and abundan
The 20th sess
We hareby offer a reward, of S5?
in cash for proof to convict the
party or parties who on Saturday
hight, July 23rd, cut and otherwise
badly mutilated a new buggy that
we had stored under a shed near
our store at Red Hill. We are de
termined to apprehend the guilty
party and punish to the fullest ex
tent of tlie law.
Quarles &. Mellichamp.
Cold Spring, S. C.
Residents of Edgefield Cannot
Doubt What Has Bern
In gratitude for complete relief
from aches and pains of bad bao&_
from distressing: kidney ills-?hou
sands have, publicly recommended
Doan's kidney pills. Residents of
this vicinity who so testified years
ago, now say their cures were per
manent. This testimony doubly
prev?s the worth of Doan's kidney
pills to Edgefield sufferers. ?
E L ??ewsom, 219 Washington
street, Augusta, Ga., says: "T take
pleasure in confirming everything I
said in regard to Doan's kidney
pills in my former public statement,
given in 1903. I have not had occa
sion to use this remedy but once
since then. About a month ago I
felt a lameness in my back caused
by overlifting and I again began
using Doan's kidney pills. They re
moved the trouble at once and I
have not had a return attack. I can
not say top much in praise of Doan's
kidney pills. "
For sa'cby all dealers. iVice 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buf
falo, New York, sole agent3 for the
' Remember the name-Doan's
and take uo other.
Picnic at Lanham Spi'ng.
The Advertiser has boen request
ed to announce that a picnic will
be given at Lanham Spring on
Thursdajr, September the 1st. It
will be conducted as the former
Hussar picnics have been conduct"
ed. The ladies are requested io car
ry baskets as usual. An exe dient
band has been secured tp furnish
the music. Mr. George T. Swearin
gen is chairman of the committee
in charge, which means that it will
be well managed
Notice to Contestants.
The judges appointed to decide
the wheat and oats contest that has
been conducted by The Advertiser
will please send in their reports as
early as possible. In some sections
delay, has been caused on account
of the great difficulty experienced
in getting grain threshed.' Tho
prizes will be awarded to those
making the largest yield as soon as
all reports have been received.
lld send your Sons and Dau
8* C. Ce I.
y a limited number of boarders ;s tal
each student to receive the personal
notedXfor its health-being situated
rew brick buildings with modern ii
rounds-beautiful oak grove-ideal s
, cultured, Christian men and worn
achers, each a specialist,
re used in se'ecting teachers whose T
will be elevating.
ent and ten teachers live in the build
me students reach Edgefield un lil tin
bey are under the watchful care ai
dying hours morning, afternoon and
of the teachers.
Jard-thorough course of study-our
itive examinations for West Point, A
students have always been emirently ;
t of our thorough Literary Co.' -se, <
lie general upbuilding of character,
,tes are always ir, demand as teachei
plied with good, wholesome and j
rs in dining room with students.
."e. and home-like bedrooms. No ero
mer ts of the Institution.
ir nineteen years our school has been
jame management, thereby proving
anding the expensive Faculty empl
t table fare and the other home com
;ion begins Sept. 29th. Wr
talog and application blank
Lost: A > y's gold watch on
the streets of Edgefield Wednesday,
July 20th. Name engraved in back.
Finder will please return to John
You can eat three square meals a
a day and keep your digestion good
by taking Nyal's Dyspepsia Tablets.
For sale by
W. E. Lynch A Co.
Our stock of harness is th? lar
gest that we hav? ever carried.
Wagon and buggy harness, single
or double, light or heavy. We have
any kind you want, with . the prices
. Ramsey & Jone?.
Don't lay aside your old straw
I hat when Ny als straw hat cleaner
will make it look like new. For
V W. E. Lynch <fe Co. .
The ice tea season is here and of
? course that means you will use
I'erri Walla tea. Quality and price
remain the same.
W. E. Lynch & Co.
MEAL AND HULLS FOR SALI
Jost received ? car load of meal
and a car of c~tton seed hulls. Can
fill your order for any quantity.
3-t J. V- Cheathara
Do You Get Up
With a Lame Back?
Kidney Trouble Hakes Yon. Miserable.
Almost everyone knows of Dr. Ki 1 m or 'a
3wamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and
p_,] ^ i bladder remedy, be
- -I -fc? I li cause of its remark
able health restoring
|L properties. Swamp
rg Root fulfills almost
every wish in orer
I pain in the back, kid
,,".i neys, liver, bladder
t^^va aQd every part of th?
urinary passage. It
corrects inability to
hold water and scalding pain in passing it,
or bad effects following use of liquor, wine
or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
-ecessity of being compelled to go often
: irough the day, and to get up' many
' mes during the night.
Swamp-Root is not recommended for
.erytbing but if you have kidney, liver
. b1_.I.ier trouble, it will be found just
?..o remedy you need. It has been thor
ighly tested in private practice, and has
oved so successful that a special ar- j
?i lgement has been made by which all
readers of this paper, who have not al
; eady tried it, l^iy have a sample bottle
sent free by mail, also a book telling
more about Swamp-Root, and how to
find out if youhave kid
ney or bladder trouble.
reading this generous
offer in this paper and
send your address to ^
Dr. Kilmer & Co., SM SBiS
Binghamton, N.Y. The regular fifty-cent
and one-dollar size bottles are sold by
all druggists. Don't make any mistake
but remember the name, Swamp-Root,
Dc Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ad
dress, Binghamton, N. Y.,OB every" ->ttle>
First Fair Autoist: "Did yon
have to pay any damages to - that
manyon ran over?" Second'Fair
Autoist: "No. Fortunately, he was
my husband."-Jewish Judger.
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