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DON'T LET A COLD
KEEP YOU AT HOME
Dr. King's New Discovery
alimost never fails to'
bring quick relief
Small doses once in awhile and that
throat-tearing, lung-splitting cough
soon quiets down. Another dose and a
hot bath before jumping into bed, a
good sleep, and back to normal in the
Dr. King's New Discovery is well
known. l'or fifty years it's been
relieving coughs, colds and bronchial
attacks. For fifty years it has beca
sold by druggists everywhere. A
reliable remedy that you yourself orany
member of your family can take safely.
Train Those Stubborn Bowels
Help nature take its course, not
with a violent, ILibit-forming purga.
tive, bitt with (geitc b!t certain and
naturat-laxativ, 1:. Kn:g's New Life
Pills. Tonic in aio i: : a!:.: th
las bowels, Sold by!i ciseverywhc:n.
Thor onh~icr.i. . s t
i't h 't I II iI
Natrs RPcom..y \ND Tbli ) I
L ih t r
Mrs. F. M. Jones, of
Palmer, Okia., wrItes:
"Fromt the time I en
tered into womanhood
- 1 looked with dread
fronm one month to the
next. I suffered with my
back and bearing-down
pain, until life t. .me was
a misery. I would think
I could not endure the
pain any longer, and 1
rgradually got worse. ..
me until, one day,...
'I decided to
The Woman's Tonic
"1I took four bottles,"
Mrs. jones goes ont to
say, "and was not only
greatly relIeved, but can it
truthflully say Itat I have I
not a pain. .I
"It has now been two
years since I took Cardul,
and I ant still in good [I
health. . .I would ad
vise any womtan or girl
to use Cardui who is a
sufferer from any female
If you suffer pain caused MI
fromt womanily trouble, or E
If you feel the ' ed of a g
good strengthentng tonic
to buIldutp yourrun--down
system, take the advice
of Mrs. Jones. Try Car
dui, It helped hecr. We||
belicve It wilt help you.
GERMANY 'TiIES TO
Noted Frenchmaii Advocates Financial
Soclety of Nations to Coltect Debt.
Intielunit-y Mu8st he What Glerany
Paris, Feb. .-(By the Associated
Press).-Gormany is making utmost
efforts to have .tihe Allies believe that
she is neariug bankruptcy, declared
Raoul Peret, chairman of the budget
conmision of the Chamber of Deputies
and former minister of Justice, in dis
cussing today the financial problems
facing the peace conference. The first
ieasures of .he conference along fin
ancial lines, he added, should be to
take measures to prevent Germ
froit declaring herself an inusolveit
de.It or. a hanikrtipt State.
"Thi en," l'rit conilitled, "we should
iediiaiely ix the aimoulit of our
acco.unt against. GtI iany which : .:e
u) t he 11nd to pay to t 1u1111 liiit
o ifwr incuwial abihy withoul consid'
'ratioln for rI * 'elings. It will lbe
tiine viough tlien to decide about the
mthod of payntiltl. She nltay pay
eil iln capital inieidiately or in
I do not btlieve Iliat. Gertia ny at
the pre.sen. tliie is inl a position to pay
a lar-ge aninilt in (ash. We nust noct
deinaid front her a too heavy pay
nelt, now, so as 1101. to Ilace iei inl a
position where she inight arigue that
we are sti'agliig her aid killing the
goose that is to lay the golden eggs.
"Whetier the installielits \we shall
dleiald fron Germaly be tweily,
thiity or fifty hillions of franes yearly
depliends eitiroly uipon our decisioli, af
ter an investigation as to what aiinoutiit
Germiany will be able to pay. These
payilieits would be guaranteed by eus
toin tariffs decided upoii at tie coifer
ence, reserini g for. oirselves tlhie right
to raise such tariffs shoiltd Gerinany
fail to nieet her obligations.
"Tibs wi ouhi act as in1eans of coer
eion lteauase I ti0 not belitvCe that we
shoulld occupy Geuiuiia y \it a tiili
lary force un11il her d(tl is paid. 11 is;
illy opillion 11Iat1 once our' ariiilies or
oeiliation n ttafro i Gerna y, all
measures*1., s'hould be takeni to niake re.
"I be'lieve. inl the creation of a fi
nan ia!socetyof nations" an11 al h till
taossinsurrecd by 4eachi nation
shoubl be put in coniioii and an in
Wernationlal tax levie-d ti11on a niaionl
until such debts are paid. Netilrals
sholild he iilulided inl this finaiicia.1
socie-ty of nations, especially those
neutrals l who profited by the war."
'llisetissinig tho cluestionl whetheri
(eriniiianly should be periit ted to ini
Iprt raJw 1interials -so a., to enlable her
to resilile her 111,ului.seturinlg industry,
do nl ot b1)ielieive. that a.llI imporltia
ionls of raw lia'iitgral to the Geri'i'a'ns
I hat u h s be i forbidden, b('tisei their in
dust iiry woubisl thei he at a Saldill
and ll-y wouhi be unable to pay.
I Would ugs h t preferential
Ir> ai ent~l hie'' i'vi io thi~lis coun-'sii
Ii, I. i a l ''iince, lltiumandsit ' Serbia
lorilw i'i'irial frons i\mri ont'' should
he si uit alto t s he clounti es i firtt
the overfl ow b1e'iing ia(si 'lloe t revr
heritt achinr woriniug wthoiu Ien-l
ablina her tpIo inderseu.
"Thiile'~ finanii'a irove Iis the ot
momn isous011 onei b efor thf ec conu -tli
fitianc and I li n goatly urpriose ad
ii. Thi' i eirstitig uua lly tii dOna
tuli h 3 hn t " ii y rq ii found ed, s to le toa
he tuer. illhu's. if ait thcey chee of.
Iri'lo dn i dr byil|i0irc .'in(i i h i'ofi
n n eitt y<>.1. a h. i\y. T'1he 8,
n of t e pro leto, l l my mi is
0 bul* 0fafnnilsceyo
in whc 3! x en e of ver
4n -poe o(e m n sh l
b 'mib nooesm nivn
tory f Gemany' resurce shuh
* a * .g * * * * * * * . . * . . . .
* HOME -DEMONSTRATION DEPT. *
* (By Miss Daisy G. Harris.)
9******a .. a * * . * a * e a
Hatch Chickeis Early.
\Early spring L; na-ture's most favor
ably growing season. Given the same
feed, care and attention chicks hatched
the first of February will weigh more
when they are four months old than
those hatched the first of May when
they are four months old. The earlier
the hatching, therefore, the longer the
growing season for the young stock,
and the better chance they have to
make a full growth and reach maturity
before cold iweather sets in. If the
pulliets are -to make their growth and
nIIIInnece to lay in tlie fall, they must
he hatched early.
f f you do not have a broody lien, get
several frotm a nieigilor or. use ant iI
cubiator. Chikshalkciei (arly wilh
proper care and all IaI infl Should
reachi iatrity and stort laying ill
"epte!.iber, Oci ter amlI Noventher. 1't
is dur11ing these fall 111"1111hs that the
liis are etti rady for wiiter )y
mnolting and gwignwfeathevrs, andl
cons I nently do tot, produIll c eggs.
When eggs arte scarce, Irices are hiiglh.
iTo avoid paying Iiese high prices or
doinltg witlolit eggs, hatleh 'arly 'o as
to have early iarllinig pullets that
will produce eggs when 1the liens are
Millions of late hatI i-! fhicks die
each year on account of being infected
with liee. Ilot weather also retards
the gr-owth ot hicks, tlwrefore hatch
early so that the chicks N:il 'el a good
start before hot w'ther. Late hatch
ed pullets are usually the ones that be
comie ilifested with rou1p in the fall,
llereby endangering thw r't of the
Broilers and friers 'bring hi igher
prices in early sprill t'en later onl.
.larhet all co'kerelts no0 w'aited as
breeders at is e:1 ry d:1 -- posible
lt neve 1 r niarket good. stronlg,1 v-igor
Oins pu1llets. 1s these \\ill maike your
':til lavers. .1,ny houskWiC44-:s M-vho
dp (1111n'tii'irely )n a h ,: for hatching
find it W 11;i.111 lo : - r h -
ellase a fI w or :m ' ' . t '0!
early oli'' t il l l '! I''1 11l1Y
lty be oi verioinll i is 1 ''' IA ' whin hachini"
is once practiced, ;I:- '', ha I eftced
pullevllts :11-1, the n e th:1 1 brood y
early th1- followinl prng
Chickens \o ill n11 " i d iiac ory
retrn11 s1 in -r1 t1 w: i h n e11t
under condiionlls' nIl '. Keep
houlses dry and v.-Ol \t I. ..'Mow
111 plenty of fresh1 air :l(]4 Sui h ine.
E-ntirev p~oltrv\ houesould bholan
ed out at frqI ti n ine v ls W\hile
! \% sll Ip ullry IIm se; alld uI.-;e lerel-wvle
anId crcsol soluition onl roosts and inl
er(4wks to get iid of r111 odnil ill
I11or rIidh for liet', an14d I ' . i1 oin4
ment for 1iens.
(Gre.atest rt'llrns ar' pro nr1ed bY
feeding sourl inflk orbt'r:tolh
pmnmu :ndi Old vcihicens.
Iilletvin.,'otry culturen for s. c."
aln be obtained fro( Chn14;om College.
\\'rite to m44 tfor htulle'In 4" ' i1114 and0
LEMONS WHITEN AND.
BEAUTIFY THF SKIN
.ilake' this beauty11 letion 'eenply3 14or
At t' ('ost of ai sinali .4.4r of1 orinaryii
eilt ('lea in one' enn pr . ' .1i fll
b mti44 skin II of41tenher' . '* l 'axu'.
hitlt it r b4 y sI (44itt .4in i e.it o 14i ' w4
fres l on inti; ole o nnn
ite 'ounces: of3 0 orchar 4h!e 1ar
hld;1l be44 iakte .o 44( ai t:!w iue
throu :h a line selih s oit no le o iti 1444
1,i441 in.i' t b o
411r'4 'V uh i for mo:h 4 't' . . I onin'
knows14'l'i hi t lemt Ilil -W''i'' d1. toi4
bitllllhi and1 ra ov t .i i uch114 II a 1 . 441s44
freckls. :a on -d i
(ile(' idi'(4Oskl ('f-nt' iis '' li I- alii
.lfuA. .1 y 1elI O it 3' ih li p un i' of3 ' 'F r-t
ebard -wiules at1 any ld by nM: .a Iwoel
$l,4mons0 from 1the1 tilc' fis of te 3'e- '.
an I y 1rtr pint'l' 5 is swtitfoi -ing. Ii~t (ran
loIt l' n 44otion land Onssage il da'ily into
the" fa(' , neck, t rmsiail hai('olit is '44413 34
marvelos to1 smoot'hen1I4 ough,4' itied
1 0011 ii' NTY IIl'S. lVI.)
BIG BOND ISSUE
Bill to be Introduced for $600,000 Issue
for Building Good Roads.
Greenwood, Feb. 7.-A bill providing
for -the isguanco, of- $600,000 in bonds,
the proceeds of which will be used for
building permanent roads in Green
wood county and another providing for
the establishment of a highw'ay com
mission in the county has been pre
pared by Senator S. 1H. Mclhee and
will be introduced -in the General As
sembly this week. Representative
Paul B. ll1ls twill introduce the mean
tire in the House.
The 'bonds will bear interest at a
rate not exceeding 5 per cent to be
-i so 1-1nanmmfly, on Jily 1st !"Id
January 1st. A sinking fulnd of $10
000 is also provided for.
The high way commission Is to he
('91)1nufIN('1 of five ('itizens to be :ml
'oited an d vo)irmissionled by thfi
'hjo nII1.1or-ity of th1d11vo 00
mo(n.''tor ' n eoTm1letda ill, of
Grleeonwood county and 1 he dvt11
its membt hers sha1,11 bi' to eXpen d mo'evy
for bulilding anld uip-keep of reeds,.
BAD COLD? HEADACHY
AND NOSE STUFFED
"Palpe's C'old ('ompouind", ends colds.
and grippel in t few hours.
Taki "Pae",' Cold Compollnd" every
two ourS u t il you h:vi takn t hree
dlosels. Ih 1i) :111 gripp i imlisery goes anld
y-our cold will be broken'l. 11 promptly
opens yotr clogged-up nostrils and
the airt passages of the head; s1e
nast y dislr-v or nose Iu nniing; re
lieves thel hondaih, dunIess, fever'ish
nCs, sore throa.t, sneezing, soreness
Don't stay stuffed up! Quit blowing
and sn uffling. M.ase your lth 111obbing
h6ad-- lothil'!t 'hto in tte world gives
snehit prompt relief as "'Pae's Cold
Compoullnd", 1w'ltich costs on1ly a few
vents at any drutg store. It aclts with
no inconve'ne. cCer 'Ipto stI
SAVE the LEATHER
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Ox-Blood (dark brown) Shoes
KEEP YOUR SHOES
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Stomach Acts Fine, No Indigestion!
Eat without Fear of Upset Stomach
-Food souring, gas, acidity I
If your meals hit back causing
belching, pain, flatuence, indiges
tion or heartburn here's instant
relief. No waiting I
Pape's Diapepsin is noted for its
speed in ending all stomach distress.
/ '7 Never fails I
Keep it handy. Tastes nice and
costs so little at drug stores.
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