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10A .T PA. M. ____
JALL VNIT A___
I -T TO B nE OUf GUEST
10 A.M. TO 5 P.M.___7
All CHERO-COLA Bottling Plants throughouL There will. be more than a million -bottles of
the UniLcd States vill cell)b itc Natioial Clicro- CJIERO-COLA served free to visitors of tde
Cola Day on April ] 8th 1)) keeping "~openi rnny CIIEROCL ltlnrP
,, 7 P . >ykem opn mnCHRO-COLA Bottling Plants on this
house" betweeni the houIs 1 0 a. m. and 5 p. m1. dat-e..-April 18th.
It is estimated that more than a hundred thousand merchants
who sell CHERO-COLAwill have their stores decorated with
bottled CHERO-COLA and display advertising matter for this
rhWC04 occasion. Millions "of consumers who appreciate CHERO
COLA'S "Individual Sanitary Package" idea will again welcome
this opportunity foicthe public to see for themselves the modern
Lime Chiu m ?huru 1umethod of bottle sterilization, cleansing and re-filling employed
b)r CHERO-COLA Bottling Plants throughout the country.
The purityand wholesomeness of bottled C1ERO- National Chero-Cola Day, you will note, is an
(A h as rapidly gained favor with the Con- educational feature of our advert i.sig cin pagi.
sunun g helii. As evilenuce--CI ERO-COLA. We walt the public to know what CI1I
has n adie a vohuuite im its developlelt greater COLA is. We want the public to know why it is
tihl has ever beell reached by any other bot- served only in bottles. We want you to visit
11iE 'I titutaed bevg fr the stie perio of our vltl?)t aiid see for yourself-at tie saime tune
liae-a u reord se are proud of and a -fct reccive booklets tellig t n whole stor). Don't
worithy of your consideration. fait to come-April 18th.
Laurens Chero-Colk a ot
Regn '. : M- !.I ot h t o Repair
r - to t h hps. by (Ger.
1mn v . . :d 3l0 Tols.
Wan:tir:::2 \ei . - h l finlal
de( hiV n : I c:: reached, indi
Cation. ; Ei ! a cab.intet muteetinig
wer:: a hiundre:1 German
mnerei n 3:n t.ken oVeI' in lif
frent : : ill he regardevd asi
the pe:::( of the American gavern
ment trd paid lor after tihe wiarl.
The v id up In American
harl'!r :--irly at the outbreak of
1he %var : i ro;v, were seized early
toda:, : e tely alfer the 1i1o se's
passage of thw war ren;o.)ution1. Their
crown vill 1': :nioved to immigratlon
detentionl stLin, (ire to he treated
ats alienn admissible to the country If
able to passi the ordinary immigration
tests. The fact that many are naval
reservists will not serve to bar them.
There were indlcations today that
damage done to the ships by their
crow:n when relations between the
United Ktatus and Germany were bro
ken will be repalred as early as po)
lble and the shilp put Into the trans
Atlantle tra,' to transport supplies
to the aliles.
The toatl tonnage could not be bult
in Ainrican yarls In less than a year
and srvio o; the larger shtips, notably
the \'a ld coild not. I:. prodiuced
In the I '' ! MlatM in s('Veral years.
Al! o the :shpm %'ill hiave to be dry
dlock~ :-o lhey (.nnI b!4 ma11de seva
w ort !r H, A*I, reat V-al-rland, with
I tOne c'' o1,00 Is too large to en
ltr t:. he .\]!wleri:I in dry-lock. 'nd
will 1 to be, towed to lialboa to
be do e '. The 'arlie t tile estimlal
ed to imu en of the Ow into ser
Vice hI; ihr;'e IontIs.
Oili~h ., onk, !!"Ite! ,en n "
would bw mlwdle of the vesi; and they
eithter cw!d I; 1:aa'( n naval auxil
larle:.t:r lntue rimnt, -hips. Most of
them :i 1an ake e.ev'llent troop
tranp r;.p . r. ourtOeen of ohe Iargest
Anti w t onl:1 iarry -10,000 !roops,
whLeh I.. ;;:-o a: mnlny as could he
-trani:po ~t, il the entire avAilable
Amerleian n:erchant fleet.
Some of the ofliclals said today that
the r:hips :,ould not he taken over by
tin Ilnted States formally and put
Jnto serrIce wthout an act of Con
;''Ei('i , '1 .\Vs i I:RVONI.:1 1 S Ot'I.
i 110l IT WtiTER IN Ti1E
Wah.li\ Ai1at .ll the siomahed, chet
(d1 Rowel Ploisons efore ireak,
To Pfl1 your be.st, hay inl a.d d.
oil[t to f1e l cleall linsidt, no ourbi
(0 Coat. 0o111 ton1gu0e am si kenll yotu
brevathl or dull your head; onl constlim.
tion, billou attacks, sik headalhe1
colds, a hellm watismll or l gassy, ac i
stomlachl, youl ilst hlathle onl the inlshk
like you bathe ou toside. This is vastl .
Inlore imiportant, becaulse fihe skir,
pores do0 not absorb imlpurlities intu
the blood, while l(le bowel pores do
hays a well knlowlj, kidnevy tpecinli.
To k(eep these >oisonls and tox(in
well flushed fron Ilie stolliach, liver
kidneys and bo els, drinik, befort,
breakfast each l I a glass of hot wa.
ter with a kidn tablet then lake il
befoie dinner and Supper with a glss
of cold water. This will cleanse
purify and freshen the entire el1menl
tury tract. Before putting ilore foo]
into the stomach get a dozen kidneec
tablets for a quarter frilm People.
IDrug Store. They aro inexpensive alid
act quickly. Drink hot water every
morning with kidneco to rid your sys
ten of these vile poisons and toxins;
also to prevent their formation.
To feel like young folks feel, likc
you felt before your blood nerves andl
muscles became saturated with an ac
cimuation of body poisons, begin thb
treatment and, above all, keel) It up!
As soap and hot. water net o tile skin
cleansing, sweetening, all purifying
so kid neco and hot water, befor'
Ieakfas, let on the slo ima(h, liver
kdinys and bowels.
R!EIGN OF TERliit1l
IN N Ol'il:!VN Fit INC'l
Neivr Reffore ini st or o1%013ff W41r,11 11w
S1neh Tho rou hw Deg ru-Ielifn Itr.
Wroct. oungGhwTahvil kmway
WVaslung on. A pril G. -Neve r be-for<
III lie history of the worid ha tlIen
beell -ufh a thoroulih1 I de'.ieiructiori
wroulgh, by either1 a vanqilhd or \v
totiolls armytui*, V 1., 111:1 ta wI -h ItIeI G r
Oln l" wrought inl niorthIlern Fr;ance, av
cording to the report of 1 ht(1tn:i.ef
1111le tri p InI that sit eion by Aliba -
asdor. 1.harp madeo public tod y atl th(
"'ownsi were lotilly destroyed,'
f1he aIhassador r(rported "for no up
parent military reasoll anl(d i many ol
the samlier villagos searcey a housc
remain with rOof intact."
From the tov/ti of ilam In everal
hundred people, nearly half of thetin
girls and women over 15 yetrt old
g i (roi 1 i I )he . r
-\:il' :I!; at ,'.ris;, datIed A pril 1,
111m!, tha4t lipon teinviititionl of thll
r!nll h g l-overnilieint he visited on
.\iareb :'.I tuiany of, the Prenich towns
recently retakenl it) IIh( invaded terri
tor . Ilie was xecolinipivd by one of
Ith illitary atlaieS to the enhassy.
lIe *onlid thal tle varIotI s reports CI
IlaIted in Fr:nee Which have appear
ed in .\laericall iespape'rs. in regard
to It e eploredi ('(ntlitions1, wtereC In no(
"'ll rouglo I tile rConteIIred terri
tory tre reigns a scele of desola
tion: and this Is not only true where
Gerniani military operations in ight pos
sibly excutse destruction Inl thle blow
Ing up of bridges, telegraphic and tel
phonic connections, railway lines,
and the blocking of highways by fell
ing trees which protected the Gcr
man retreat, but towns wero totally
destroyed for no apparent military
reason. Private houses along the
country highway, including some of
the most beautiful chateaux of great
values, were completely gutted by ex
plosives systemat iCaly 13 planted or by
Ag re ic tu ral im Ilemen ts on the
fa rmils were destroyed, chlciles and
1'at hedr iaals were rdilcetd to a 11m
of rttini by fire or explosives.
"At I!- town of Ilian t Ilie mtotliei
or six ehi' ii told me Ih-it Ie' huis
ha dand hke.- a ghe. one IN :I(
11h, otheri 1.5 ye;.. ('hl, had b1 een c.1r
rl'd vaa by Ih li' 'an at 0.he
1h C of tle evacun' ijol . I o!) l lion
strating the had bevin lobi! . 1 .1s -1,
rnati she might fild ih hd
in e canal In the rean ' ho
b e. 0h . alaed Iht 1 olit of Ih -
tn n'. i tutl populai onl ,ivveral 'u;
Gd pvoidet hadJ! beenl vnmplvled I~
at Po:aIy the Germans, near'ly hai
cf w!omii v..er' gnds aNdt wometn ovr
la yersof' age. A large niimber' of
Frrnehl 1wole, ItI is believed, Inl the
evnilatet1 t'own and :mrii rounding
onltt ry w're coipielled to go with the
Germa11:4, fronit Ile ra(t that few ire.
low to Ie found there.
"itspected ol ily trip Ilore thawi
100 miles lin the Invnded territory and
left Witll the convict;on that never be
fore in the history of tile world had
o ) $q 11i ruc
au bdor v i vtoriou r .
GIRLS! GIR LS! TRY I1!
STOP DANDRUFF AND
BEAUTIFY YOUR HAIR
Had1 r Astils f alln I m on[t nad it1..Is th1ickc,
liary, stroll. and1 benillful.
You haIir1 be(oi light, wa1vy. lull
fy. abtun(dant and appl;ars as :oft, Ils
frolus :tnd be-autifull as a younm.: girl's
aferaliderinle hlair vlean.;e-l.".1s
liry. thisnitn a1 cloth w%-Ith a litleh
I)bnllderinp and eareftu!ly draw it
tiu'oulgh your. hair, taklinig onle sma'lli
stand at at tim-e. This wvill cleanse thev
hair iof dust, (ir and excessive oi! and
i ,il a few n1 iiinens you have doll
hied I Ie beittity of 3' ifI hair.
liesides bea It n1ig the hair at
oilev, Danideril , dissolves every par
t' Ie of danldruff; O(r lea nses, luril11 ies
an(1 invigorates the scalip, forever sto)
pinig itching ald falling hailr.
1lI what will please youl Ilost will
he after a few weeks use when you
will actually ese new hair-flne an .1
lowny at first-yes--hut really new
hallr growing all over the scalp. if
Iyou care for pretty, soft hair and lots
of it surely get a 25-cent bottle of
Knowlton'si Danderine from any drug
ist or toilet counter, and just try it.
TIl E SOI"Il CA'OlIN.A
N EREIOE . LE I ,0.)A L
C'olored P'eople livid Mllass 31("Ating an~d
Al4iint. 'ommitlee t 4o S 1m. A iinjntr.
('olimlia, .\pril 0, . committee of
ne'grots nIled on1 (overlor .\lanning
Illis aflrnoon a1141 pre.:.tllld resolu
dions adopled at th. 111. lileeing of
lihe color ed Ill e n11 (,;unhIia I he
othe:' ih i ex I. n1 Le' ir 1oy :
I lr :-id.I I \i n : ;..,1 1h 1 I
-T offered 'aI m1 . i ny l i -
pr iy v. hibl 11h1y Lvg 1 .e od. ;;nm
v urd the l esernor that io t the .
itir parut sol i t hl l ( rno .1.1m O
Ith !1' nit .d U lat ntv M. The olie ill -l,
\-lutib \;i: naodh the 'vhinjns tomi
iS r' t he reeoeotitilie t old lon heo the
.!A I inor, were, leiui ; Inl the several
lic:(d: of vendea-vor- an1d replresent11 thef
semunentc111 oIfithe colorep'l populatdonl.
Governor .\lning as~sured fihe com
niit.tee of his appreciation of tir~i res
oluitionl anld of thleir willingnes."s to
serve thle country. Ile told thtem thlat
under the present pian it wasi not the
Intention of the government to in
n . I . : 'dI Ilkt fact t h t I I y
:. ' ! -I 44o Ill-ir a ittni Ii h I4 d
. i4:. alki i 1he 1 1 11 11 1 )s ih i.
II u1:4 d l l to n t'VI.irI. i I h1111-niei
withi thw co o e lwp olpl !.I s a . n I 1. "I!.
tien;and work or take h(oI I of any
i IIn;aton v ! h-k !it-h b -, ar offelIed th IeIlk. Th$
1( -!;Aity for I*econlonile rei-ein
i: greal. Th' goernor 4aiid, an d i is
he .l that IIhe egros ( an wh of grt(
T h g o vver I 4411, re fe vrIr to II r ..
'nt m IIig ratIion oil t) he I 1 : . 1rovs to I he
.North and said that hie believed a
., rnt deal of this vas5 obtained
I through mn isrepleiet ilg tIle coldiltins
I here and thelv fancifull korivts of wages.
1lie said ite Solth Was the place for
tile nigroes and the goveln1 1rgd
the cominiteteP to llse their influelce
in stp ini : this migration. Tile (chief
excntive assitred the Committee that
lie believed in giving tile negroes fa ir
treatment and assried them that this
was his purpose and intention. 1He told
of his appreciation of their patriotie
The committee asked the governo'
to mal.ke appoinmI1ents of ie.gr'oes ats
notaries public and said they suffer
ed mnilch inlconvenlience inl not being
allow'd Conumissions s notaries. The
gio4i4 ror (old theill he4 wouhi consider
thlis Inatter and will n41v14 1ome. i :10(
to :Iy on il fu11 11her. 1141 had, he b
re4vokdil Ihe comIn iifions ofn*re
ats notario.s heva:tv in some Inl, ances
heyI w vXere l, n"-wrenuise
l: Iy 1.( 11:1111c only v h -
Iu 1' 'f
1U 'v. c:i wad (a yd
Nri in Ih enait teeIII . \v :!
man"l w, Ilhe ma , fn '. n
are Av iwelvmebers ef I):hmmn
'T11V DAMN)A M:RAN.\p
. ,adkls Ahl<3 me jruggi~ lt <r
PlusIF inl M-1d P41 oid u16 iliL
i k nO 4'ut re. 1 4o11 O 1 r,.'
A o'4 ' V. : I 'a for 9
SOLD DY DRUGGISTS YVEYWIIfRE
We offer Onc Hluuidred I )ollars
Reward for an v case of Catarrh
that canrot be curted bY lall's
Catarrh C1 -e.
,F. J1. & e 0 .Terl . O
W '. ti ' til b-r. - l:Lv.' kIown P.. J.
t be' .y IIr the ;:t:;t I5 a ild belevo
I Iin p erfe tl y h no lt I ll b il usil
t'an-ict use :'lltI li -tl 1allyv a bl to fry
ilc aly thiluins 'i ni bs lhe- lllm
N.\ IN .\ (i, (1 . N( .; to .i.' (,t eg', I
1I~dll' C.': 1t-rch Cium bi 1:1hken inite-rnally.
coll.% :;1111 i:1- <> 1 ih. :1:-e t T s n o g .
nvt frv.l'i -;5 itsi p.r bottle, S-Ild
Take liali u F.aitly 111ii for eonotlitatiota
"Don'tl thinlk too muhel o)f your' owni
luetheld::. \Vnlehl other people's ways
and learnl'r i thelin." 'ihis" is good
advice, 4espe( I'lly\ whenl bilious' or ve in
stipated. You \kill id Inanly people
.hO utsv Chami.osrlain's Ta betIs for
thlese aillm ints w.ith thle best re(sullts,
anld will do well to follow their. exam
1 . : W
one Maya aog
"0 - ;ZM 9e' tl.-I 31
and cold of mine and my
children too has been stopped
by Dr. King's New' Discovery."
For nearly 50 yearsDr. Kin 's
New Discovery has been te
standard remex. for coughs,
colds, croup and' such bron.
At all dru gists. Try i.