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T. C. ROBINSON, Editor.
PUBLISHMD EVERY THUR8DA1.
SuscItO1 Dollar a Yea
ntired tit 010 ,Post Oflice at Pickenr q
cO ti' h - 1la ' m atter.
AD V1 I NG AT ES
C-o dollAr per ine for first in-sertion, til
n* P each Isnllb4qcIkikent in8ertior
lbcoral disornt, for atrt Iscu0leiAS onl at
itall. co nitract. T rins (e1sh. A nnital coli
tramtA1 sa *yable quarterly.
4,sa o~es ill loal coluimn, 10 cei*t
por ite for first insertion and fiv cents to
.1te. One4 Ilr 14-e to sill. No mpe
- Cit' F- I . .-' * - i a l(tes to fereign ad
*art 0. A ' 't? fit.a theO r111 0
t1111-r 1un abitte by stidt *rates.
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bi i . it iiitnot h114.r tlian .\unday m11-n1
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, >wth c t(i ( liltn. Th .v inay b
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erlt' 1'r'.:11d svail i t it. m
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i: ' la , eh I th (hIIldren will lh
f the ( p liim 3to) sdlvo Of livin O
owo out Iland 11tid paying tax
It of ItavthS t gl 1111 e ts
l to ald lo it . Now I
'v it far',t mi;' . It Is o0 us it '
argug lh t n in r I re op n lit
ti,.;I ..y thed ..,'tvi t uage th be inad
*It ( l .:); I . 1 t h<'t idt o thai
Jit). 'I:, il nJI 03 -,! rC t hog'i I t<
J-.~st .11. 3(7 i . l o' llm :it
. ,-r3 -l t rt b r :a r mae (; vot
ii uit 3 -on, vth t (J~i'o oti thing 'OX
Iain hn farm o thvrurlus~ orde,
'' ::riLii Ihbbt he ha d1, cut di~owl
r . t ' . ' 'l)11 ol I g I)f 111 hatll jli
III. Po :1'y Th--usanci r thth<
lint' 1ic ? .a o .'' 11 W'* Ur. a '$60
.i utr, to th cr di300 the school
1uedrolta e timo dang thi hiel
probabiiilyIO not bitw~ thatWdne.
d$a.I Tis bhonouhl be faipur
1fu.jd~ B-ong ths rountigs it
wiOie t rutyl .wcorld futds
ta Lnot ite thr'eow inic an thpli
v '~ijj toiiery in p,00tiilr.sa
. BIIATI kAL
CONDYCTED BY W. W. F. ErIGuT,
- County Supt of Educatioi
Reportq are valuablo9 on as th4
r are correct. Of 'll people w)
mako reports those: of teache
should be the most correct. TI
editor of this column hopes tha
during histrMi of office Ihe ime
n'eVer have to return for corre
Soie of the schools aro closin
r and the teachers .ara imaking or
their annual report of the enrol:
mont of pupils as nquirod by set
tion 12 of the school law. Ther
is 110 tso to dolay tlid report afte
th1e uchvol clasesA fur the v"a
e11dii tg Ji'ne, 0 ;. 1unles you in
t- rob the chldran of their sha
Iof t l j lic fund1 .
\' inlte;.ed issnlIainIg a1 Cal'
L I,-- t I h Ir a th1 w.-.,k to orgi*,tIIz
.T. e.rsa ea ob t G
sateSupeint' dot-4 Educa
Ion im go(inqg to itake a tour (f the
s'.wte in thei in.trest of oduc'atior
S1oon, alild we havo conlcluded to
wit hi4 cringI. It ii hope d th1a
.i! of the teachers, trtuatoes3 and
thi frwndqiios of edlcatioI ill th(
C-nlity will comic t Pickons it
har what Ie hais to s:V as to out
d unt y. ThU dat Of his comn ing
will be pIno1IIced ats sool (I
III ': to )etter thu schools 01
the stato, thl I L ht re has au
thrin 'h OxN-jiditte e of $5000.
for ti,? innstruction of the teacher
in th" pILlic ;ch.l)s. Thits is it
addition to fuidM autithoi'V:'-:d hien
Jut hw, or in wl'at mauer ' il
i t( ti be spe t 1 ., not 1. -wIN, but i
huly t,, I,4 I!.'oder the d'r-ectiow
4f the iMatoi 1lioard, . Thf- Iu w:
thi' Suti, 1 " "a (I EO diucaI tio I V
quire that 'thu tu.cher ett!iod th
stumior school, in: titt, orth
)conlty Teachers A scIatioi be
L ad. It I ha W. C h m i
the S itt l0Oard is 'itedld to irm
S pro.ve the toucher; nId th L at ini Ih
tacherI. will b, holI at th i~'ti
i tf"adl( co',ducted ',v the. facit
I the ilpd tItt. .\rany are 01)
p)o 813( toU~) 'IpOldg 1n10nuy) for ilu
pro vi ng Ithy teach inig force. Man:
iliud3( to Leach if thiov~ have b'eei
pase by the 'l con ty lboard. Th
truth is that the ri LIstiJo.is used' a
thesei Px' 1niJation are 0111 Vtest
(f A kledge(I! a1 1(d lI113n10ry oJl CCr
tIll gl1P~iestld subir itied,. 'Tle
seldomii referL to the. sc*'alce and nr!
if thU. treachinrg fo-co of 1.hu ml&
is not qulihfied, the legishitLurei
hu guiltyV party. The( law requnire
that th3 Cut'nty Supler i tOodOni
hhallI Ii the1 11 schols, no0tP Lh
courso an d mei!thPod of I in uo
I he ioanho 1 C taMLIughit, ho is to gi v
re:onluni,1,datiPos iI the$ art o
touch~jin, ikU~ stI'ggestionsot
totechrsa i trusteiii. ja toh
c ounty Sunpu iuitendti (Pliie~d I
n ul~ these 8ug:;o1 ionis 11 ad (3 (31m
to)CI enfrce t.hem Tn Jhe oifico is ;
inELCe.ary lI uIk, Lthe count y Su per
int didant Shbould be the first oil
Luojpass no o>:amii natin (f t1
sCiotP8t sort ais to all the dluticO
;equired in the dIischarge of Ln
Prother teachor, if you are gc
ilng to follow your presenit voca
hion, prepare to knowv more of thi
branches to be taught i aeshoc
and1( how to apply them to thi
everyday business of the p)upiI, ai
ter~ school read a -,d study all tii
boous on the science a.id art c
edcaltftioni you caui. Tfhere is n1
danger of knowin'g too much.
Bi.Ico writing tho foregoing n
pickedl up the following. bill.]
was introduced in the House <
Ropresentatives in November 1892
and1( was reconmmenided to pass .b
the commnittoo on educastion, bi
faoiled. Hloe.iL is:
"Soc. 1. ~That ths faculties <
tho -Coouty Teacher'a ,J~tuti
wvhich may boroiaftor I > .liold i
this state shalhl have authorty l
exaine0 such studeojs of ..the. it
stt a. presenit themselves als t
heir qualificahnona to teach in' ti
public SChools, such exi:iziaL
to be coniductedo upion re-;ulatioE
and1 under conditions. prsceribe
by the State SunperinitendenV' C
sucl Perons a hav* passou a mt.
isfct 1yexmination W vl-emnh
certi ikateS of a0*litm to
1. teach ii o"t e pubic AcholA o
the este 'or a time not lonr
tha' ti'ree years, or tobe awvAnxterd
a diplomla teempling from urhe.
exasiatenfor 11e khtt no0
ditiloma shall be gS fated to n
LP, Se.1 %Ilho Nl'ta , 10twndA rogul.
t irly at lost iee Codty T 'lkeach
18't .it itu *(S.
Sec. 2. Tha: all act$ 8,n1 parts
of acts tc nilstent with this aot
bet. anod ti-e samet -va hereby. re
t - - - . -
Wanness i. 'the only wor .1 that i%
sfil.eiIntly strol.: to suit ca ture, e
hIi ahntSt be iud bisf . Th ey
t thei 1,past t on a sah1iryth t a
p i.t . t Co t 1l*Xtr d I' w .% ..
ailat a Il in anl.I ii rgular a . J I f k I
wvy, :I I y-t -xlect hi:n to drcs's HIcz
2 g- l t ai:I. to o uIIicate 's C' I d7 ,
to el.rvt -. L, spitality,. and t-) av.d
.d t 12a~ i ato a 11his. 01, y
v a tiC:isan-i p.tty c i Io
1 H : -.ft z dAJ n1u insirinlg
I h. r, ;- ( :t fi: 1fal sh p e
Ibe i ;Ck T hT I, -1, he J at.t 1o
I lIs Ie' , ) I t t ir w1at ti 0 -
ei ties are: but wh it i.t his h un
h-r Auh ciruc:n-t aness?-Nsh vi'le
Citis ; Adlvocate.
S EI rICA L ADVE il TISI N
Tihe Leeni-eved straniger sitlled tip
to thu tall nin who wa hurridly
Thuffhng vIr his mail.
"Deg pArilon, sir," he said, 'but if
I u ) nt i ou are one of ths
physicinil of the sick autholr?"
"I ai," remirked the tall man.
"Thiatik you,: Waid the , trangur
'"Tht-n I assume that Yours is one of
the nlatueS that appears ou the hourly
"It does," said the tall man.
"'hank you a inin," said the
stratnger. "And now, wh'it I want
to su :g'"t is that you pormit tie, for
1a han luIae COmpen(sujiOti, of course.
to add thse words at the bhtto) of
eacb bultin: 'Use Bulger'0 Blood
Bitors. They fight off disease!"
"Si1r" rte0Atd the ta!l man, tremn
bling \tIh indignation, "those bull.
tins ore not advertisomont!"
"Aren't they?" screeched the pep
pery' stranger. '''heu take your o vn
nau.e oflof 'fum!"
And ho stalkedl awayv, le avjng tho
tall man speerkless with rage.
FEMALE DRUM ME' S s ['ORY.
"I tsed(1 to work fir a collection
- agcly inl one of tiie Northern cities,1'
Kaid mldy perfaumer. drlmmtwh
.5 nJow at ani uip.townU hotel, aIccordinlg
t'o the New Orleans TI'mes-Demiocrat,
- "'and w'v experience wats toler-ably ce'
citing. lMy duty' was to sit at a roll
topj desk ini the oflict an I imfnpersonate
the propie tr. Li aht wo rk, Od
y ou say? Just you wait. All day
long muen wold come in red-eyed to
lick the bos 'Where's the fellow
that seuds out these blackm~il'ng
etrs"was t he usual sailutatio '.
* 'Then 1 would sm'e sweetly and say,
t 'I Uam thle p)Ioprietress- what can I do
for you?' At tht the visi'>r wouldI
look dazed, muitter things under his
tile rea11 proprietor' would peep
t. th~rought an it.side window to see.
wrheth Ii was still alive, for I must
atdmit our' letter were calculated to
give a mnan the homi idal mania.
"'e ll, things went along all right
for near y a.mionth. Then one day a
I little wii'y chap walked in aarrying a
, thiek cane. '\Vhore-s tho boss?" he
said. I gave the usaal fairy story.
WDon't believe a wor:d of it,' ho re
Splied, 'still I can't b'oat a woman."
SHe thought a while, and something
in his eye mnano inc feel creepy, ''l
have to take it odt on the ituies,'
he said, finally.. and upon01 my word,
3 ho brok~e up) every blessed thing in
- tile shop. He did it quichly and sys
a taiItally, and you never saw such
ani awiful ruin! I yelled mturder, but
itddno good, and L:0 went ri".ht
' ahead. Ats a wind-up lie smashed
B the chandelier and bade me a polite
e grood1-daly. When the proprietor
Camol in he had a fit. It was after
that I went into the perfumeroiy busi
ness. The work is harder, but it is
much more trying on one's nerves.
* Thle Township Board of Pension.
em'rs, wvill please moot at their ro
e spectivo places of busmness on Sat.
.urday the 11th. of March 1399, for
e the purposo of filling in all appli
acodnft ntucinall those
0 who have mado an I tehose that e x
poe3t to make aplilcation will
0 please attend, those alreaidy on
*the roll must report to the board,
as it is imnpossi'lo for the county
board to complete its work until
theLb several townships have done
y thoir work proporly.
S The county boaid will moot on
Ttiosday the 21st..
Mr.* T, J, Cunainoghaim, the chair
3 .iyn 'of the :peniten tinny boa.rd of
a directors and il r. W. T. O'Dell, of
a tihe boaird, corno up from Colm
thia last Tuesday to look over somo
of the convict farms here. They
0 spent the night with Mr. A. T.
o Newell in Ilopewell and visited
a the WVatson and Hlanmmond stock.
ades on Wednesday morning, and
S -the Allemn stocokadoyhi. the aftor.
d noon, the Fowler .stool ado on
f Thulirsday morniug and returned
t Colum bia Firid'WS Morn ing.
V im~uc t-am forn ~Imi ling
n' IamVe ,ho -Al lkaiw l
T-11,01s nmt h an in 1.h
wrt !AA glat as the t-aa boy thlink
his 11n101" lhek in,
1thparties10I shou remeberthe
am martiNifr worse as well a o
Thto boy whos. c0an't get a ni0k,61
(1%Im hlis fatlher,01 can\. alwAy C 116n
01ut'uf his moth1 01r,
i A. .. . 16 000 1
Notioo to Debtors and Cred
Persons having elaintIS againlt
thO estat of . . 1. linrdtn, do
eenstd, wI! nse pi'losnt. the same
pr-operly attted to tho under
signed by tho lst. dav of lay 1899
Those inodebtei to said estate please
iinke pigmen! to
FOR A PHONOGRAPHY,
AddNWILBUR R. SMITH,
rot circular of his famous and responsible
COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UNIVERSITY
Awarded edal at World'. KPosMsn.
lefers to thousands of graduate. in poslit
V~OSS Of FilM Dnam~ Vear*. IncIding Tt
tion, Books and Board in family, abot 4e
Shorthand,Type-Writing, and Toleaphy, tis
awGWThe Kentucky University Diploma, . Igddgaute.LeryMrs mDl1
0o VacUon. nter now. Gradusto.siaceesfti
In order to have Your loeev reach us, 'ddes 06
For seed Potate-', gardel
seed and anything else yov
We hlandI le R c1Umiod ut(ant
Co.'s ii igh Grade Fiortilizers.
ANOTHER - OPPORTUNIT)
TQ BiUY LADIES ANC
UN DER WEAl
AN DTU ESDAY
Our; first shipment inst in
Consisting of' Yorset C 'vet'
Ladies Chemise, Ladies Draw~
era, and Childr'ena Dresses wi
be on srle at the rediculoui
Lowv Price of
23. cents eaei
You cannot possibly bu:
athed I)1hi1Ig and turnmming
Ipraegr, he cost of those flu
Theyre just about half th
wholJsale. cost and well made
We have. s~ores of other
GJood thxings at r'emarkabl'
IcAlistcr & Ballie
Its No Use>
to growl aid equirm, the spring
time isi comning gentlemen and you
know what that means, t out them
old mouldy dollars, you ve hoarded
them long enough, " 've been laying
for you," little did you think away
back yonder when the weather was
dancing around zero you would be
called on so quick for spring dresses
and hata but I knew the time would
come when you would have to haul
out the cash or leave horme, and 1
laid for you. The result is I have
the most bewitching array of spring
and summnier dres goods I have ever
shown. All the new designs in per.
cales o' print goode,orga ndies,Frencb
Swiss dimiinities, duck and many
othef hard named goods that 1 can
seldom ever thintk of and can't call
when I do thimd1 of them, but the
goods are here I I great profusion and
v. riety, s:> send the wivos and
daughters along after thcm, they are
aere but the' wont st y here,Harris'
prices move them oil, then I helpyou
out m ladies bats too, ask about
It is barely possible that they will
hove enough left to carry the old
ian a plug of tobacco. Soeio g-ood
floor at $3 75 or a pair of shoes, a
Iltle st 'ar and coffee, a plow or some
Feed oats, or gaiden seeds, if they do
I will . -nd it, if net you cau get it
when )ou co -e for a new stove or
a piece of fur.iit, re or your guano
and ne'd for I handle the hej, -ade
of acid and acid and guaro. Tiat
will do now, but you will h-r from
me again boy-i in a week or two, for
" H arris brats 'em all' all the time
..nd buys produce, especially ha-ns
T. D. Harris.
DF4ALER IN - .
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Flooring,
Ceiling, and Weatherboard
ing, Moulding, of all
kinds. Leather and
With all kin of
ENGINE AND PIPE FITTINGS
Also Engine and Cylnder Oil at
Linseed Oil, noth Raw and
Boiled for painting, and White
Lead of Best Quality.
Give us a trial before buying
B. E. CRANDY,
Picken R. C.
Office and WVarehouse near De
R U Married?
WVe mean to ans particular store or
place to do your trading, if so
Get a Divorce
And b~uy where you can get the
best goods for the lowest prices.
You will fall in love withI our
modest prices, while the charming
,freshness and excellent quality of
our goods, is ,nost sure to please
you, Having .6nce experienced the
-comfort, content and satisfaction
our bargains afford, you will have
Smastered the elements pertainiing to
-long life, peace and prosperity.
~We keep a full line of Dry
[I Good, Notions, Shoes, Genits Fur
Snishing Goods, Clothing, Ladies
Ceapes, Hats, Groceries and Hard
ware, and can certainly make it to
your advantage to see our line end
get our prices before purchasing
your fall bill.
i 17-.97v1. E ASRLEY, . C
PIIUN and PLIAX
You iay say to the good pholke
that our houses ate full oi nice; now
bright spring goods, a nd we want
them Iovod out, the prices will help
to Move them.
ILish Potatoet, onlons, and all
kinds of Garden s, ds.
Sowing 'nachines ArO now in full
bloom and here is the place to get the
best- See us about it.
Furniture and stove.
Look through our furniture and
holsekeeping department, see our
!lice Rugs and fancy baskets, sachels
atnd Trunks. A nything, every thing.
Coie and see us.
I. 2 . .M'.FaW
In Eleet Jinto. 26th, 1898.
On and itter June the 20th, the follow
lig Schedule will be rim over-the Pickens
It. I , for the pur1pose of hauling Freight
and Passengers, viz:
No. 9---Daily except Sinday--No. '10.
Rend Down. 511xed Train Read UJp.
4.20 mn Lv Pickeits Ar 7.50 am
5.00 11111 Ar Easiey Lv 7.05 an$
?It. 12 -Daily except Sunday - No. 1 I
Renid Down Pa.seier Service Rtead Up
1 pim Lv Pickenls Ar 5.45 pil
1.40 pin Ar Iailoy Lv 5.05 pmll
Truints Will stop to take ot or let, off
,NasstnIgts at the followiig crosings:
Fe rgso I' Il. Patrson-0 anld Manidd'IS.
l)eiot will be opept for the receiving
an1d delivery tof Freight from 8 A. M. to
We will make it t your intteient to
putronize om home road 1)y giitig good
s~ervice and prompt attention.
1J. T. ''AYLOR. Oen. Ilgr
JULIUS E. BOGUS President.
Money to L an.
On improved farm lands i s8umls of 8300
and upwards. Loans repa able Ili small
fnnaa payments through a period of five
'ears, tht enabling tho borrower to pay
(I tnis indebtedless without Oxhasting Itis
qx In any one year. Apply to
J. E. Iloggs, Attorney,
ott 13 I.- Pic kens, S. C.
Loclu! A Stitcha in Tinme.
G3ayes nhie. I igltes' TIontic (niew~ imi
Y roved, taste iuleasaantt.) taiken itt early1
Spingii and~ Fall preven is Chills, Dentgnt
and Malarial Fever.,. Acts ott the liver,
I ones uy the sy'stemt. Detter thana Qi
inite. Guaateed, try it. At Ili ug
gi.-ts. b0e. and1( $1.00 botiles.
LAWV UsIEI.' at CO ceits a P~age ittder
<omne ci rcumitstantces the prtice will be re
ditced to liftv etts a- page--Good work
Lcfhaer Ihant tita t any~ othter htou se. C'ati
logtte ini the best style. It yOnt ha~ve pit
ai~ to do, it w ill be t 'e ya'r ite rest to
wriite to the I' Plktt and B tmner Abbjevlle
S. C for ies~ otta ii prtintting
I want I oxtentd to my friends and
titront miy Xeincero thI inl:s fo' the libt
ali trade dintg the yuur 1893.
Th'is be-ang theo fiest of a new year wi
II'saiin opent our dloor-s Mondaliy to the
pubtltic with a dlete:.n'ntation to mti-k
more fiienads int the yaair 1899 the I
we have ever do-ie beor-~.
A live mtant shon!d kntow no (lull seasoti
attd ra'to tmotre ins, but when I name
prIices I alwayst find buyers.
To Keep It Upi
BlACK DRESS GOODS ANC
We alway-s sell more black D)res1
Goods and HIlks int Jatnna~y and( Fel
ruary than aty other two motbsIts
thue 3 ear.
W~e have stoiiO towels Vet over .o mn
Chtristmnas ea.l ii a ;I. ,~ e a
out at a bargaitn.
The best '75 centt and1 $1.0() counbr2t
pattes made 89 to closo otut see
them b~eforea they arto gono
WVlshting my f. iend(151and cut omter a
Haplpy Now~ Year and mtucht succoss
B. L. R. Bentz,
L.EADER IN LOW PRICES.
"A19 *,b hA
home nlAce, 1%, vag
March 8. 1 94.
Ad he C g, L ' Pit t
o. 71 k.&rp~ POTq~jjtA
All work, re" give satiske.
E would r fl(y Interm The pub.
lio thit Dr. it 1'. Weldon, abe 10
So1I and favorablysknoir0 to he eiwea
of Pickens coun is now seoe64tk*e
With IIs III te lntleb of Denistry.
011C6: El tiir fivnt. tooms (up stalla)
City X110io141 Hank lilock
DJ18. NojswooD & NoyWoO,
*Greenville, U. c.
11. J. HAYN2SWoR , V.)
L. W. PARKER, .
Gr eenville, 8; 0.
I aynlle wortb,pa*ker & Rlguggig
Pinkens C. H., . Seatb Cha.
Practice in all Cours. At4 to all
business prompti .
99'Money to ?oan..
H. A. M OIGAN, F . LAasAM
Gureenvill, 8 1. 'kene, S..
Pickens, 0. f., a. 0.
Practice in all the eoutta.
A1% CLAtK. GO. B. COOPER.
Clark & Cooper,
MARBLE AND MAEITE
MANTELS, 8TATUARY, VASEN
and WVronglt Iron' YkNOINO.
OLARK & COOPDR,
apr8-97yl. Greenville, S. (.
A full stock of Le her always en
hand. All kinds ot 1Jras in steek
and made to order.
Also Saddles, Bridles, Whips,
Umbrellas, robes and everything
usually kept in a first class Bmernes
I pay highest price far Hides and
M. W WO6BLETT.
109 Mairn Street,
Greenville, 8. 0.
re is e~d and~ matched Floorin
Braded and matched Ciling
4, ,, ~ % x . 3 ,1O per-M feet.
76 Ru 12.50 and 815 yer Mi et
" " " Partition,
Boxing Blaso, plai Casing, Dress eet.
S8. and -M , 81, perM feet
1%/ x 12 S. Luhnber, S16 per Mf feet,,
Boards dIressod 28. and 2 E , commron,
* 10 per Mf. feet.
Mouldings, 304 per C. ft., for each
inch in width.
Doors, Sash, 'Blinds, Glass, Patty,
Painits, Stains, Varnishes, Oils,
Lat hs, Lime Plastering, Ilair, 7ia.
ter Paris, Nails.
Cower & Spelghts,
Oflice and WVarehiouse 107 Lauren.
Coial and Wood Yard and Lumber
Lumber Sheds, C. & WV. C. R. E.,
corner Broad and Gas streets,
a pr29-97v1. Greenvilleo, S. C.
Sevent *ete' of tiniland, in aplenid
Icond(itio, withini ten inunstes walk eof the
courit honuse. A barga In oanyone wiSh
jng to locate here'. Suitable for late for
quilding putrposes. 'l'erms reasonable.
A pply to -FTunk E. OCx.
au1 8tf. Pickens B. ii
THOUSANDS IA&VIC KIDNEY TROU.
Br ' AN!) DON'T KNOW I'r.
There is a disease prevailinug n tisco;',
try most danigeransa bcautse so decepdivo.
Manty puddent (lentha are cnnsed biy 1,
heart dliaase, penunonia, heat feilme
or apopitxv are oft en the reait of kidney
disraee. If kidney troul jie Is allowed.to
advace theo kidney Poison in the blioed is
liable to attack the thal ig or t . ekd
neyt, themselvs baeak dliwn and lhwas..
away cl by cell. Thaesi the richnm a of
the blood-the a1an'en-l' i,.k one and
th-e nfreter has B 'ghit's Dise se. the-w,.re
from of kidney trouble. Kidney tronebie
cant to deltec.l aithe,t hli b-' sow ee.'I
deceptive. 11 :3t by anialy... of th~e uine;*
Aecond, bythe bimple t of set hi 1Ihe
urhge nside In a1 glas4 er bottle fei- aveuniy.
rour hgours, whien acloudy or brick du'gt
settil igin dicaese it.
It wvas for just such trou'i cc that in His
iinfinite p..wer~ and goodnecss the Qae4
Physician causedl Swamp-Rloot to grow hip
the beneflt of stirbitg .mnkind, le.avli:
it for lils serve tit. Dr. T'imer, she great
kliney anjd bladde.r specialiet to discoorr
it a11n make it knowea to the wo.-'d. Its
wonderful ctileacy in prompa ly ci -ng theC
You mayhave a eamp o bottle of Dr Kit.
mer's Swamp Hoot th grueat kidney, C'ver
anid bladder ren'ady, bjy mail free.
Addi es Dr. Kitmer & (o., biti'n' ton,
. .. W hen wting mettin th a pay' Jr.
Dru :Ms fl'.y coa~ er dl'r siz is.