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> tike great rclt Corsican never to vr found foundltis foundltislutfUeIt his hisintatdi hisnwttcit
intatdi Wellington won ou renown rt in that thatora thatro thatIra
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0 SwampRoot the great kidney remedy is issoon is3IOa iswf
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In many respects Scrofula and Consumption are alike they develop from the same gen genera 1 1eral
era eral causes both are hereditary and dependent upon an impure and im fmvished impovished Heredity 8ele I UJ UJpovished
povished Po vished blood supply In consumption c the disease fastens itself upon uponthe uponthe t tthe
the lungs in Scrofula the glands of the neck and throat throatswel swell and suppurate causing ugly running sores soresthe soresthe soresthe
the eyes are inflamed and weak w ak there is an almost continual discharge from the ears the limbs swell swellbones swenbones i ibones
bones ache and white swelling is frequently a result causing the diseased bones to work out through throughthe
the skin producing indescribable pam and suffering Cutting away a sore or diseased gland does no nogood nogood
good the blood is poisoned poi oned The old scrofulous taint which has probably come down through severalScro several severalgenerations severalgenerations 1
generations has polluted every drop of blood bloodScrofula bloodScrofula r rs
s Scrofula Scro Scrogenerations fula requires vigorous persistent treatment The blood m must st be brought back to a healthy healthycondition healthycondition health healthcondition
condition before the terrible disease can be stopped in its work of destruction Mercury potash nnd nndother nndr andother
r other poisonous minerals usually given in such cases do more harm than good they ruin ruin the digestion digestionand
and leave the system in a worse condition than before beforeS
S S S is the only medicine that can reach deepseated blood troubles like Scrofula It goes down to the very roots of ofthe ofthc ofthe
the disease and forces every vestige of poison out of the blood S S S is the only purely vegetable blood purifier knownThe known knownThe knownThe
The roots and herbs from which it is is made contain wonderful won erful blood purifying properties which no poison arson however howeverpowerful powerful can cant cand canlong
long resist S S S stimulates and in purifies rifies theblood the blood increases the theH theSA theappetite
SA < i H rrrj V r Zi trnvrxjrr rn S HE t L 0BaBiLiJfff J mMI a aa LiM + i l rr appetite aids the digestion and restores r torcs health and strength to theenfeebled the theenfeebled thefII
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t1unk have Scrofula
enfeebled body If you on have reason to thinkyou YOU or oryour oryour orvonr
your vonr child has inherited any an > blood taint dont wait for it to develop but begin at once the use of S S S It Itis is a fine tonic and the thebo theh thebest
bo h best < t blood purifier and blood builder known as it contains no poisonous minerals S S S is preeminently a remedy for forchildren foreh forchildr
children childrenWhen eh 1dr1 1dr1Vhcn n n1C1cnmvIiugliterwasaniifzrtsireladnscvceease
When 1C1cnmvIiugliterwasaniifzrtsireladnscvceease my m d mvlitrr was an infart shr sh had a severe case ca of Scrofula for iorwhich which shewasunderth she was under the con constait cont1 r ratatt
stait t1 t tare < of o puvstiiaus for more than two cars years > hheuns She was woreat worse at the end cn of that time however and andw
w Vl e aliost C t o c cJ < J of < h r I Ii lire e e A f sr v bottles of Swift ift s Specific cured ct1r 1l her com complete letely a > it Termed H to topo too togo
po o direct to the u uc ueof cof of the t1 e trouble I do not believe it has halian an an equal for stubborn casesof cases < l sr of 1 l1 lo > d I diseases diseaseswhich diseaseswhich liseaseshich
which are beyon 1 the power of other ocalled blood remedies S I BROOKS Monticello Ga GaOur GaOur CaOur
Our medical department is in charge of experienced es P erieficed physicians who have made madeScrofula madeScrofula r rScrofula
Scrofula and other blood 1 > diseases di eascs a life study Write them about your your case or any anyone anyoneyon one oneyon
yon yon ou are areno inters cd 1 11 ii i Yuar letter will receive prompt and nd careful attention We e make makeno
no charge char e whatever for this Address THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA GA
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