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Mrs. J. A. Cox, of Al
derson, \V. Va., writes:
"My daughter. . . suf
fered terribly. She could
not turn in bed .. . the
doctors gave her up, and
we brought her home to
die. She hal suffered so
much at. . . time. Hay
Ipg heard of Cardul, we
got it for hr."
The Woman's Tonic
"In afew days, she be
gan to improve " Mrs.
Cox continues, 'land had
no trouble at. . . Cardul
cured her, and we sing
its praises everywhere.
We receive many thou
sands of similar letters
every year, telling of the
women .who suffer front
complaints so common to
their sex. It should do
dou ood, too. Try
SPEEDY ACTION ON PEACE
TREATY WIL BE URGED
Senator Hitchcock Denounces Commit
tee for Keeping Treaty in "Cold
Storage" While the World.
IS CRUCIAL SITUATION
Administration Leader Declares Even
ing of League Control Committee,
But Do Not Control Senate.
Washington, Aug. 17.- -What prom
ises to be one of the crucial weeks of
the tpeace treaty fiht in the Senate
began today with the irinnce of a
formal statement by . rator Hitch
cock, of N..'u.. :fie administrator
Senate leader, declaring conciition
throughout the country demanded
that the treaty be brought out of the
foreign relations committee promptly
For five weeks, Senator Hlitchcock
said; the treaty has been 'in cold stor
age" in a committee controlled by its
enemies. Action on it should be the
first step, he asserted, in dealing with
the high cost of living.
During the week, the outstanding
feature of which is to be the White
House conference Tuesday between
Fresiednt Wilson and the committee
Senator Hitchcock is expected to make
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than OCquai) r:.yC~ Oxpooaflttifo I vi
your businosa-11%e motnodo ansd prz
previoui to theo salo. y.haro was 11
about yousr methods and tho pubihti
which the '%alo was handlod. I uint
pany as bosn.i absolutoly roliablo
lio of Workc* in which it is ongag
L~7~J 'LL YOUR
OFFiACES: PE' ERSB.UlG,V
a speech urging that the treaty, be
brought to a vote and voicing* opposi
tion to any amendments.
Will Resume Hearings.
Tomorrow the committee will re
sume its hearings, questioning Thomas
F. 1W*llard, a writer on , far eastern
subjects, regarding the treaty previ
sion which gives Japan contori in
Shantung. Against this provision Re
-$ublicans Senators declare opposition
is increasing and they argue that in
terest fully warrants withholding
committee action regarding it until
all the possible facts have been un
covered. Later in the week four other
witnesses are to be heard.
So that committee consideration
may not be interrupted, leaders said
the Senate, might have only a brief
session tomorrow and then adjourn un
til Wedensday. Senator Owen, Demo
crat, of Oklahoma, has given notice
he will speak on .the tague of na
tions. Several other addresses also
ave expected during the week.
Interest in Tuesday's White House
conference increases as the time draws
nearer. It is expected Mr. Wilson
will be asked to disclose many of the
inside developments in the peace ne
gotiations, which the members say
they have failed to get from the wit
Hitchcock Wires Statement.
Senator Hitchcock's statement wired
here from the Senator's summer home
at Swampscott, Mass., was made pub
lice through the local office of the
league to enforce peace.
"The treaty ratification situation'
the statement said "changed some
what during the past week. A new
issue was raised when I asked the
chairman of the foreign relations com
mittee and majority members when
they proposed to get action.
"I took this course after consult
ing with a number of Senators. There
has been a/growing demand for ac
tion by the committee. It has had
the treaty since July 10. For five
weeks, therefore, the treaty has been
in cold storage without a vote or
any other action.
"The Senate is waiting and the
cotintry is waiting and the impati
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is letter reproduced />elow:
N.re mno V.a~r
Octobor 163th, 1018
or the dirnet ion of Mr. .i. 5.
and! in this confnoction I am
ontiroly satisfactory and mroro
as particularly imprassad with
limilnary advartising campaign
othing sansational or exciting
was ploana.! with the mannor in
ositatingly rocommond! your corn
and thoroughly offiotont in the
FARM AT AUCTION
lIy andic profitably. Ninety-Seven Thou
es of Farms Land sold b~y us during 191 S
ty! Territory Unlimited!
ndi nfor'siation about our auctionmnethiods
ries Your Confidence *
A. and GREENVILLE, N. C.
Virginia or Greenville, North Carolina
IN A "lV
r EN."TO 6't 4ii
once is increasing. Everyone knows
that the enemies of the treaty and
opponents of the league of nations
control the committee. Everyone also
knows that they do not control the
Senate. Public sentiment resents the
suggestion that the opponents of the
peace treaty might keep it locked. up
in committee and this greatly delays
Early Vote is sought.
Mr. Hitchcock said it was the hope
of .the administration forces to begin
voting in committee this 'veek on pro
-.a. amendments, m epmvri~ory to
hav'ing the tr it yrepo. 'ed to th Sen
Rte in a wveek or ten (lays.
"It is of little importance," the
Senator continued, "what the com
mittee does as long as it does some
thing. If it recommendls amendments,
the Senate will reject them. If it
mutilates the treaty, the Senate will
:-re the damage dlone. T[he chief
iarm~ that the comlmittee can~ (do is in
"Everyone ntow realizes that we are
till suff'ering from war and that the
irgc step toward relief is to ratify the
~reaty. The President's addltress served
.o arouse the country to the impor-I
aunee of the treaty ratilication as one
>f the steps ne'cessary to reduce the
yost of liv'iqg.
"ie has very properly connected
.he high cost of living with the wvar.
Jo has shown that the first step) that
nust be taken is the rat ification of
Macon, Gan., A ug. 17. --Macon has
>een included in a chain of twenty
teveh Southern cities in which cotton
varehouses are to 'he huil.t by the
Jnion Ware'house Company of Balti
nore, Mdl~., it was announced todlay.
NOTICl(E OF" DISCIIA IWGE
I will apply to the .Judge of Pro
>atte for Clarendon County on the
lst day of September 1919 at 11
>'clock a. in., for letters of Discharge
is EEecutrix of the Estate of W. E.
eMaria Scott Brown,
Manning, S. C., July 3, 31st 1919 c.
CH ICH ESTER S PILLS
JIA IONDP BRAND.A
*diel Ask you e Drugget for A
Pl11 aIn Rled and gtold stnXV.
01(0e, sealed1 with De RiIbou. V
. Tko a0 other.
W earsknowaasneust,safest,AlwayS ielIable
SO BY DRUJGGISTS EVERYWHERE
"In a bo
QJ Chilled clear ti
FIRST PROFITEER IS
CONVICTED AND FINE
Grocer Pays $500 for Selling Sugar
Fifteen Cents a Pound
Important new developments in ti
governments fight to reduce the hit
Each year Pai
The new Seri
in any si
:old Frosted Bottles
tie-Through a straw"
) you feeling fit and fine.
rough, it refreshes and satisfies.
Give our Soldiers and Sailors
a Job-They deserve it
cost of living Cane today.
D One of the most interesting was the
announcement by Attorney General
Palmer that the first federal vonvic
tion for profiteering had been ob
Plies Cured in 6 to 14 Days
AeDrugist Befund ulny if PALO OINTMENT fai,
tocure itcyiea, sind. Being or Protruding i re
.h Instantly relieves Itcing Piles anti you can g I
restful sleep after the fist application. Price ie
est f Pige chivemets.Thi SprtM
rrouding; ad, binga Pageit cn d
Elvn yerMah nfctrin C opre
Rnc itatThcurrn aie mocsps
tained. District Attorney Lucey tele
graphed from Binghamton, N. Y.
that a retail grocer had been fined
$500 for selling sugar at 15 cents a
pound. No details were given and
the law under which the case was
brought was not known here.
"A few good cases of prolituering
in each state wil lsettle that trouble."
Mr. Palmer remarked.
utility as well
:e show steady
ife. It is posi
ras more than
mode, is (one of
xlel is at home~
its full day's