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DID: SCOlI RECEIY AID
Wife Says After Many Disappoint
ments, He' Has Met Sucgess.
Investment of Six Dollars Brought
Greenville Man Great Returns.
"The only medicine that ever help.
ed my husband is -Tanlac, and when
s;he began taking it he had been in
bad health for about twenty-five
years and had been doctoring him
self all the time," said Mrs. M. S.
Scott, of 204 Church St., Sampson,
Greenville, in a statement she gave
March 22nd. "My husband suffered
from kidney, liver and stomach trou
ble, and he had spells of stomach
trouble so painful that he would al
most go wild, and he had headaches
so bad he could hardly stand them.
His kidney trouble was very bad and
his whole system was out of order
and weakened. -
"These spells of stomach trouble
started like an attack of colic and
the pain spread over his back and
hips. He had spells of kidney colic,
too, the doctors told him.
"Mr. Scott took six bottles of Tan
lac, taking the last about eight
months ago. He doesn't have those
spells now, and he has had only one
since he started taking Tanlac and
that was the lightest he ever had
since they became severe. He doesn't
suffer with indigestion now, either,
and the Tanlac gave him a great ap
petite. He was relieved of those ter
rible headaches which used to almost
drive him crazy. He will tell any
body that Tanlac did him as much
good as all the other medicines he
took put together."
Tanlac, the Master Medicine, is
-sold by Dickson's Drug Store, Man
-ning; L. W. Nettles, Jordan; Shaw
& Plowden, New Zion; Farmers' Sup
ply Co., Silver; D. C. Rhame, Sum
HIGH LICENSE ON TRACKS
Frankfort, Ky., April 19.-The
State Senate today passedI a House
bill fixing a license tax of $500 a day
for race meetings at Kentucky tracks
within twenty miles of cities of 200
.000 and $200 a day for all others, ex
-cept those at State and county fairs.
Tracks devoted to trotting races
would be exempted.
Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Days
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Blrid, ieeding orProtrudng Ples in t.l4dayn.
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Best of leather only got
pert workmanship put on
at most reasonable price
one of the reasons why
is known all over this si
and we know you will e
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this year andi comnmen
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of one or more bt.shel,
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STARS AND ITRIPES
'aris Celebrates United States Day
in Commemoration of America
- Entering War.
GREAT DAY FOR OLD GLORY
tmerican Flag Flies from Eifel
Tower-Ambassador Sharpe -
Paris, April 22.-The Stars and.
Stripes were flung to the breeze from
Eiffel Tower at 2 o'clock thip after
ioon and saluted by twenty-one guns.
['his marked the opening of the cere
nonies of "United States Day" in
Paris. The French tr-color and the
Star Spangled Banner were at the
lour unfurled together from the resi
lence of William G. Sharp, the Amer
can ambassador, in the avenue
l'Eylau, from the American embas
iy, from the city hall, and from oth
.r municipal government buildings.
Great Day for "Old Glory."
It was a great day for the Red,
White and Blue, forty thousand
merican flags being handed out
gratis by the committee.
Jules Cambon, general secretary of
;he ministry of foreign affairs, Gen.
lu Bail, military governor of Paris,
;he members of the committee and
>thers were received at 1:30 o'clock
)y Ambassador Sharp at his resi
lence, whence they proceeded to the
Place d'Iena, where a bronze palm
tree was deposited at the foot of the
equestrian statue of Washington.
Star Spangled Banner Sung.
While cannon boomed in honor of
the American colors floating from the
top of Eiffel Tower and aviators, fly
ing over the spot, waved both French
and American flags, the Star Spangl
ed Banner was sung by Mlle, Nina
May, of the Opera Comique, and the
Marseillaise, by Jean Note, of the
Members of the American Lafay
ette Flying Corps, a delegation from
the American ambulance at Neuilly,
and the American field ambulances
with a large representation from the
Association of Veterans of the Marne,
were the guard of honur before the
Lafayette statue at the Tuileries Gar
iens, where the official procession
Halted to deposit a bronze palm.
Ambassador Sharp and his escort
were received at 3 o'clock at the city
call. Adrien Mithouard, president of
;he Municipal Council of Paris, in a
speech, welcomed Ambassador Shary,
who responded briefly, acknowledging
;he honors paid to the United States
)y the people of Paris. The speech
vas greeted with great applause, par
icularly when addressing the people
>f Paris, he said:
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SUMTE3R, S. C.
ship of Philipp Scheidemann, despit
all denials, arc working for a spea
rate peace with Russia, if a genera
peace is not obtain'able.
The resolutions adopted by the con
ference were framed wit hthe dlefiniti
intent to encourage the Russian. radi
cals of the council of workmen's am
soldiers' dleputies in a peace parlia
ment, Herr Scheidemann and the oth
er leadlers stating openly that cita
tions from the Russian council's ap
peal had been inserted textually ii
the German resolutions to emphasizi
the fact that these wecre an answei
to the appeal.
Herr Scheidemann in a speech als<
sharply condemned the Anglo.-Frencl
Socialist and labor representatives foi
crossing the German plan by sending
a mission to iPetrograd.
"Naturally," said HIerr Scheide
mann, "our efforts are dlirected to
ward a general peace, but if they ar
unsuccessful, then, naturally, we ar
for a sepalrate peace."
Trho Austrian Socialist leader, Hier
Adler, said efforts should be dlirecte<
towardi establishing contact with "oui
friends ,among the enemy."
A national convention of the Ger
man Socialist party, which the leader
hitherto have refrained from~ convok
ing, owing to wvar donditions, probabl~
will meet in the near future, becausi
of the covil war between the factions
The speeches at the conferences
which repeatedly touched on the strik<
movement In Berlin and elsewhere
brought out the interesting fact tha
militarism of the munitions industra
was being contemplated in Germany
Seve-:al of the speakers argued thaf a
continuancen f the atriyhicie wundmre
nical ex- <z st
rer. You KG
;s ease of
the five- tMo
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b. Detroit 3C K
b. Detroit Ks5
ly further the movement to put m
nition workers in private factr
I under nilitary control, as in the a
Steamuer Cut in Two.
New York, April 22.--The Bri
steamer Burly Chine wvas alniost
in two and sunk in a collision to
with the British freighter Harlem
miles off Sandy Hook. The Co
mander of the Burly Chine and
crewv were rescued by the Harlem
New Comnet Ilscovered.
London, April 19.--The dliscovery
a new comnet on Tuesday morning
reported ill a Reuter dispatch fro
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