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Do you know why you have sick
headache, d' betes, neuralgia, rheu
Inatism and i'er or kidney t'otlbli.s?.
It's becamzo you are bei epoisoned
l7 Irloduct3 of your oN body. Your
organs of liniinati are not work
ig proper - sto material that
thould be th- out is being retained
to poi-on an ntoxiente your system.
That could not happen if the bowels
vero kept open with Granger Liver
.tegulator. Tluis splendid preparation
s purely vegetable and non-alcoholie
Demand Granger Liver Regulator at
iour drug store-25c a box-and take
io other. There is nothing "just as
Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Your druggist will refiund snoney if PAZO
OI~HNTur fails to cuare niiy cnte of Itchimig,
Blind. Bleedina ortrotruading 1'ies in 6tc 14dnva.
The first appi cation gives 1(ase aId Rest. 0e.
We use the same high gr
won for us the reputatiot
at a lower price. Our I
workmanship are of th
quality as always. In spil
cost, we will not epen
workmanship no aisfC1e tU
can save you at lea t $10
ure suit or overcoat,
wo n y fo stEpreputatios
athaiord E pie. Ou 1
wokmhip apre ofpn th
cost, weuillin aof cari
caintv you with ea $10of
Allc you0 wilapoe
Ma e o Ya o
"Ilistor-y reojats itself." It is nat
IIIII a l tat If. should; hitmnanl natitre Is
IIh( sain1e In all atges. "Thle re's nioth
lng new tinder ite stni**; that is,
tinftiig III fthe essential character of
1hi Ig. Only I an i festationls are dif
.I ettitity ago t m n r0OSe Ip lit
Fra ne' altid set about to con(itter tle
worid --deilberately. lie thottght that.
Was ils "dentinty"; and it looked so.
lie did e thie greater partl of
it--Prtissia, AustrPial, Ital4Y and so (It.
lie put otne brother on the throne of
Spain; another otn the throne of iol
land; another on the throne of West
phalia and a brother-ii-law on the
throne of Naples. If there were not
kingdomtts entoigh, he iade more, so
that ils royal family nmight have
.leaten for a (tite atid sent to lie
)ame High Grade
sure Wool Fab
'ics- Same Excel
same Saving now
ade, all wool fabrics that
1 of giving better quality
inings and findings and
e same high standard of
:e of the greatly increased
the quality of fabric oi
ke price. This means we
on your tailored-tc-meas
to Select From
ip to your expectation only
tory return for your invest- :
are driving their second or - -*
4 ne0w in tt eigh;th successlfuII:
icter at motderate price. -
neOw 3 odeol 70 lI ht: six wvill
wontde 'fui be y andi~ highaly
kin< of r you w~anit at a
Island of 10lba, lie escaped and put
himself again at the head of another
arIiy. P'rance rallied to a man to
Ids standard. Ife was their idol.
11111 his tine calme; at the battle of
Waterloo. Wellington and Ill chcer -
I'il tish and P'rtissian----elippleI his
wings. Ie was sc nt to ;-t. lieleina, andt
the world Iad ileace.
Is It nveessary to draw lhe parallel?
Another war god arose; with Ia per
sonality as strong as that. of Napoleon
Bonaparte and anl ambition as rar
reaching, thirsting for wvorIl-power,
which ihe called "expansior(". 'T'li
tiie Came that. seemeied propitious
hIs armies drilled to the point of per
fection, his war equipment the resu It
or fifty years of preparation. The
peaCeful little country In his way w'as
overrun and devawt.ed, 6ts people
made objects of cliarity or other na
tions. "Inl Paris in sixty days 1in
London In three mtonthli," was the
wrI* cry. The Frieiih It e r'l inmnil t
flei from larIs to loulogne;: ani It
looked like hile prograti was going
right tihrouigh. it1 t here was a hal
when iingluand, knowing her time
wou(d come next, senw reInforcentc'ns
to France. Then came thile Iug or
war, when everything depended on
endii ranee and food and waf supplies.
lore Is where the United States
Citizens of tis country ha( been
exporting large portions of their pro
duets to European countries for many
years; thousands of American-owned
shIps and A.nerlcan sailors were en
gaged in the ocean trade. The high
seas belong to all nations, exceopt a
narrow limit of three miles or coast
line. Americans still offered their
goods to 10uropean nations, and sold
Iliem to whoevei would 1)1 my. Ger
limany bought, I 'ngland bought , and
Denmaik and Holland and other
cont ries bolght as isial.
Then En"Igland blocekaded 1114' coast
of (eriany; stlopped ships going
there, look off their Cargoes and tIp
Iropriated thei, but paying lilt own
('rs for liin, and lettlng flte slip:; go.
Shte nlever an a nnm--c all -,01 s he
Gemay-e;:1n to get 114. impilorts
thr'oiigh nearby ,'ontrlis; Ilolland's
im ports wenlltiup it) (1!! * ii;'oc.1
limes 1ht they had beeni. -ngland,
knoingofcotur I M,-r oa hle10 of
iseillipo;w-. werv !.-jnlm .1n14 its
bloch ade trong r. - c ;i-ii-my -I l
ialed wvoh a blle kade, of .I":ngirid. sim(
eluidit, lite tI1i.4i :ira, with site(n
hutluliredt pass he li. t n. woof i and
childrenl munberhve- ft th1e Amer-vlea
c i tizens.The nitd ts prot.sts
vd r; Ir iiany exp'a*i i ;t d .1lond pro itsed
indenill aniO. Ti n tHv e'a jie. a
ferry-h t l : the -l t :tw l h thn:
tlg bhaIeten F''rance d f -:i l, w
sun byv a .submari e, ind ,,;rall
no keepalt l losx fheir nl ixlt Ther
U'nited state .-i if.a- , it prcle ;s
with ade'eId--r m ~ g
sornaisd she wohd not nk agoher'
mlerchlant shipl with~oum Iirst giving
nwrnai o li ing alxlhanIe fo t imat
Ventuesd wltlw ao eanapeiSe
st to s e ot a hl;bu.fn .
inta haneer blcae fcland tid
not eepr the shep rm exte.:nls pmts,~
Iseiagtd two monthst drowher
anewg pltn a ofulnkn voatsIos onhali
hventuread wt Iithin heai speet
to adoraysang thrte honreso mtes
ted st awfle; sheda siplyi sa irs
ma necesarfr er xatencoe Wit
thissel, mn h h a drowneditero
nmersi oft Amrcntzens , pur--e 'ost(
'iteh I es A th h(u the res(itdntax
a dden the eotr fIIongrleito tthe
Uitae Statets Iondai'niht a Gr
many sbarn ak ag ..\mre
vese te, adidrown ad a numbter of.
Aerian brtizent offb theroanof
The tlte sdett f the citd tte
anrte nres of the Uuttini~tted S'ttes
weclare rithat ti ie war thast Ger- I
ma~vny haIstbegun wa aetigaIsi the
Unitedc State, an that a ".iitat uof~
Ge Oranybrougt gonern Giermany. i'
Areii- the betdet and th-io'e' 'on.
thre htayhIng als worheyit col o?
L~e~at Ivey ane hecid or hlisdef;
weaent run th Spetono
are nt saing wor agint h
A E 1
of their governmen
Whlten Napoleon Was put down, iI
1X1, the war e aied, nd the World
had peace. When the (erinan ka ise r
"hall he plit down, as we bielieve he
will in 17, therv will be world peace
again. We cannot bal hope that that
tiute is not far off; .but we have no
'nallee In outr heart aganIst the Ger
v:anl people. This, Is an aside; b1,
ne wat to Say iL anuyhio1w.
SlIere is inother historical paraIlel:
Onte hears ciletizns of the l'niteil
States abising their own presideInt
ansid charging h1n with helping the
allies. Whatever Wilson's private
feelIngs and ireferenee tnay he, he
has shown oil ireference for the a,,
lies, ht has treated all nations alike,
atn has abided Strictly by internation
al law. lie has i tbeen extremiely patient
ith Germany under great provoca
I ot. Th i'niited States goverinetI
has not given or sold any 1+:Erolen
nation one dollar in monevy or iti
lisuts or provisions. It has only in
sIstcd. i as milil a way as possilde.
itha .\mericatn ilizens shall be pro
tvc tel in th eitr legal right to seil and
arry or sind their products to any
foreign etuntry that bui tihem. That
l':ngland and France have bouht.gl more
I'IaI other utitopen c (ointries is r -
use of their inore forlunate loca
I Ion; not by any partiality of tli
One hears or AInerienns calling
Wison a "damined 1ngIglishian". I res
Ident. Washington was called a "damn.
ed Eiglishmtian". In fact, Washing
ton was abused and plotted against
by his own countryinetn to a degree
that has not yet happened to Wilson.
There was a strong conspiracy, that
never took definit e shape, during the
Ievolutionary war, by Washington 's
('1'niles, to pi h11nt out a comnand
er-in-elihief and mt (1n. (;ates In Itls
place---(ates, who gtol the credit of
winning Ile batI!e of Saratoga. which
%%as really won by Hienediet Arnold
- -an11d. by (th( way, it was what he re
'a",bii as inI.intatice in] giviouw eredit
11) anotliei for this greal VictIry that
drov Liin to t reasol against the gov
criniiuc i n ' ' a "a tel lo.-e t-iny
tlel liko rabbits lefore the E1nglish
:1 Cannienl whlien ( Cornwalli.' armty
0 'V!,in i uh (C:iro ia an1l wa
SuEln1 vurything ieore it on its
1 r 11;41%.1 iorthi wardi . i lintil lopil nid
d(ef..ated at Yorkt~wnl !h:: defe'at bQ
il.- d11 1 r, l y to I -h11 a i ti e ar ny
that I-'tane I :-ent ov i Ier re., laiji
-Ithout pay Io .\ln'rica.. a:-:i;,amI 4..
.\nmther parat!vl lich vh drawnI
beweenol the levohnniostry war am1i(
Ilhe present. tilneo: There- were Torivs
in those days. O whee are lro--i'r
mans today. lint th greait wass of
Ile .\ mericans thwn, IhiughI they were
only a1 fow gnratonsreoved fromwi
lhE .\loihl ountry", w(re loiyalI aid
true to the land of their adopltionj; and
today the great mass of Girnmn
\mericans. wiih sent imiii W, love
for thev "F''ahrland." aIri loyal aid
true to the country that has reee ivedI
itheom kindily and~ given thiemi a free
dolt andu op~por'tulltles t ii- like of
whtleh no oilier pieopile ont enrtl enjoy.
Thlese are biroadl and deep qu estitns
hatI cotnfront Iou r counon 00ounit ry.
TIheyg are not Einesltis that enn lie
dlcelie by3 st reot-Corntetr stntesmien.
The piow~er an th1 le (lit y to dlecie
themt helong to tmen "hiIghier up"t'
liin! wh'lom I le pteole hav e jut igh
er' tl atnd to) w liom they look to pre0
serve the rIghts antd the honoril oif the
Th'ie pirus idenit andii the (ongress
lslIt dheeble thOse t hinlgs. (an't wve
Itust themn to (do It right?
New lino Sectional I Hook Cases julst
ieei vedi---gEolden oak. miission andio ma
s. M. & E. II. WILKiCiS &. Co.
(Card of iiThantks.
WeO desire'i) I t xpes (lnri deeplly
Finicre and hlIenlt gratliitudeIC to eah
ofr man'Itity freiends who, itplon t he
oecasion of (tilt loss oi' hrohier'ty by
tire Ma reh 29thi, symtpa ithil withI and
assisted us5 inI many13 iflu'rent Iways.
Mur. and M\Irs. .l. '. (Chandler.
('ross 11111, S. C.
Apr'il (6. 1917.
"TIUE :N ST
It is veryi Iit' i mo i i r'e'
reiu youi a c (i.
i . ( . C ':) -
(u'ltEimN WOn1 S (
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nothing and sawed wood." He didn't expect to s~aw
a whole cord at once.
He didn't expect to make., a whole fortune at
once. But he began with a little deposit in the bank
and piled up a fo -tune almost before he kne-w 11.
Look at the men today who said nothirig arnd
"sawed wood" a few years ago.
John D. Rockefeller was one of them. You can
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Carlduli, m-iy baick anid he::.d w Id hur1t so bad, I
tho ght the pain w hotil o K11 . I vs haly able
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of Car-dui, I begmil to feel Wike a, newv wX4,man1. Isnoon
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