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LAURtENS DRUG CO.
Dr. Chas. A. Cromer
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VETERINARY SURGEON & DENTIST
Service Day and Night
Will Appreciate Your Patronage,
Telephones: tesidence 201; Office .45
Office at Posey's Drug Store.
LIVER DIDN'T ACT
DIGESTION WAS BAD
Says 65 year Old Kentucky Lady, Who Tells How She Was Relieved
After a Few Doses of Black-Draught.
Meadorsville, Cy.--Mrs. Cynthia doses of Black-Draught.
Higginbotham, of this town, says: "At Seventy years of successful use has
my age, which Is 65, the liver does made Thedford's Black-Draught a
not act so well as when youn. A tow standard, household remedy. Every
yeasgo, myl som w as lout fw member, of every family, at times,
years ago, my stomach was P.11 out of need the help that Black-Draught can
fix. , I was constipated, my liver give in cleansing the system and re
didn't act. My digestion was bad, and lieving the troubles that come from
It took so little to upset me. My ap- constipation, indigestion, lazy liver,
petite was gone. I was very weak... etc. You cannot keep well unless your
I decided I would give Black. stomach, liver and bowels aro in good
Draught a thorough trial as I knew It working order. Keep them that way.
was highly recommended for this Try Black-Draught. It acts promptly,
trouble. I began tak'ng it. I felt gently and in a natural way. If you
better after a few doees. My appetite feel Ouggish, take a dose tonight.
improved and I became stronger. My You will feel fresh tomorrow. Price
bowels acted naturally and the least 25c. a package-One cent a dose
trouble was anon rightnd with a few j All drimigistA. . g
Make More Money
N e ver before, in Ie listory of the country, have farn produicts
; rought such hiigh pries. And the essful farImer will reap the
btnfit in bigge" ilroits! Nauraiclly the larger the crop, the greater
will youi )1rotit hi; hene i is essential that y.ou make each acre of
.and rdiluce its Itimost. For ize clops of (-ottol, (0111 truck
se Plantr i rtilizr. U to . shels of corni-i to 2 bales of
cotton Pr01 a((' 1 (cor(Is e( stabli Ihed tlhrou h uIse of this reiputable
Ff r1ilizert on Souhlewrn farms.
Doubles Your Yield
Focr miany years Pllnters FertilizerI ha been1 the preference of the
South a most snee C sdful iarmer r because( it ha s mai d( it possible
o0 jroduce biiggerI, better (rop. .\ak iIvery' acr, (unit this year
GE I T , 10l1)1 TiAT \VIlll IE 1 0 \s I y i.. 1 Consut -o Ato
1t means dolas tuII to yo(u.
Planters Fertilizer & Phosphate Co.
fmrion -lh . . - - - eSouth Catrolina
When sending for
Meal and Hulls do
not forget that we
are selling for cash.
Laurens Oil Mill
OF GERMAN DEFEAT
Famous German 'leneral Reviews
Happenihgs Prior to Signing of
Berlin, April 4.--One of the Berlin
newspapers today prints extracts
from the forthcoming book written
by General Ludendorff, former first
luartermaster general of the German
army. (1enera-l Ludendorff says the
defeat of the Germans on August
eighth, (in the Franco-British offen
sive near Albert and North of Mont
didler) finally resulted in the Ger
mans losing hope of a military vic
Conferences were held ,with Chan
eellor Von llertling, Admiral Von
Ilintz, the foreign minister, and
Field Alarshal Von Hindenburg on
August 1-1, 15 and 1i6, and there al
so was a meeting of the crown coun
cil "At which I clearly stated that tihe
war could no longer be 'won mill
tarily," says liAudendlorff.
At the beginning of September the
sipreie aiitny Conmand invited Von
Sliertling and Von lintz to Spa, Lud
endorff adds. Von i-ertling excused
himself from attending on account
of his advanced age.
"I opposed lBaron lBurian's step for
peace onil account of its vagueness,
but favored an immediate peace step
in some other form," ludendorff says.
(Burian was the Austro-lungarian
foreign minister, and constantly was
sending out peace feelers).
"The supreme command," t1buden
dorff continues, "had an idea of
mediation by Holland. On Septem
4ber 8 renewed discussions between
Von Ilintz, Von Hindenburg and my
self were followed by a report to the
kaiser. Von llintz was the first to al
lude to a Jehange on internal
"I then spoke as follows:
"We lutist now at energeticaly on
the arinistice and peace questions. The
entire situation in EIurope may tin
(lergo a change to our disadvantage.
The western front may 'at any tinie
have to withdraw further, and the
worse our military situation becomes
the harder will be the conditions.
"On the arrival of President Wil
son's note I catne to Belin and] sub
i itt Ied the following (luestion to
\on lie rting:
"Firstly. is the German people <will
in! to light oi? Seconidly, what is
Ithe Gertmain government's estimate of
tle tl.lihevik dainger, which I take
very seriosly? 'lhirdly, is the
I'krainiie i ecessa ry for or llprovision
"The second note. to l'rosident Wil
Soil was also set in agreellent with
tile sut piretm arm1y (olmmand. Thl
answer to it learly showe(d that Pies
ident Wilson no longer had the pow
cr to oppose tile Entnte(i demands.
For the reply to the note the chail
(etior iagain invited me to l -in.
"The military situation was un
clanigid. In the weSt, lowovir, there
w'as a Cotnsolidation and this vircum
statice, in cotnjntion wvith the
deiraat ion made by the wvar minis
Iiir withint a mieasulrable iperiod give
m:uie thei situaitioni apiiear sutih thm
we need not surrnderl unttil condi
ionally to President 'Wilson,
I emphlasized he necessity of re'
plying to the note in a dignitied tone,
with dutie iegaird io the (mitre's In
terests. An abandonmnent of the
E-ho- twa W'itould nlot lhe con sidetrtd.
Adtmiral Schieeir (formter chief of the
Germian admltiralty staff t spioke in the
samel sense1. Thbis (on(ti~tion also
cotinutiiidi ti be~ leid for Some' (lays
in1 t he war edlihit. I inr. 80olf formiert
foreigti mintisti however.' reflueied
('oiunt W\olf-.\ettetrni h andl0 lthers to
t rente a mor hiuh i' atmtosphere.
Stl(('e': fill to Solf. The~ t'-boat wari
er asid anid t hi. ith to eathitultion1
w'as rolhien. \'oni I ioiienbhulg ito
itopiosed anl appujeal to the nat ion.
It was cl-ar from Prtesiidint Wi'l
I on'sli tir danSwer t hat (iur opplion
lnts wiated ( to dei troy us. Vonh flit
And He Got Well and Strong.
iMonaca, Pa.-"My little boy, who
ithe youngest of three, was weak,
nervous and tired all the time, so he
was most unfit at school, and noth
ing seemed to help him. I learned
of Vinol and gav;e it to him. It has
restored his health and strength and
he has gained in weight."-Mrs.
Frederick Somnmers, Monaca, Pa.
Vinol is a constitutional cod liver
and iron remedy for delicate, weak,
ailing children. Formula on every
bottle, so you know what you are giv.
ing them. Children love it.
For sale by [Laudrens *Drug Co. and
denburg and myself had no doubt
that if we must fight *we could still
continue the war for some nonths."
"Tihe utmost exertion of strength
might perhaps have had a sobering
effect ol the enemy peoples and
brought us a bearable peace. On Oct.
25 Von Hiindenburg and I submitted
this idea to the kaiser and later to
Vice 'Chancellor Von Payer. We gained
the impression that the Imperial gov
ernment no longer was willing to light
but -was ready to accept the hardest
"Oin the 26th I wrote iny resigna
tion but at Von Ilindenburg's request
I did not despatch It. -Immeldlately
afterward I learned that the supreme
command had been violentily attacked
in lie Reichstag on account of the
ordeir relative to tile third Wilson
note. This order hat. been rejected
by me with tile lJiunction 'lot the
matter becone clear!' Only as the re
suilt of the clumsiness did the order
get placed before Von IIindenburg and
then it went out without my knowl
FEW CENTS DESTROYS
YOUR DANDRUFF AND
STOPS FALLING HAIR
Save your hair! Make It thick, wavy,
and beautiful-try this.
Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy
hair is mute evidence of a neglected
scalp; of dandruff-that awful scurf.
There Is nothing so destructive to
the hair as danidrtiff. It robs the half
of its lustre, its strength and its very
life! eventually producing a feverish
ness and itphing of the scalp, which
if not rem9died causes the hair roots
to s'hrink loosen and die -thcn the
hair fallslout fact. A'Tfttle Danderine
tonight-.0now-pift time-will surely
save yoqr hyr'
Get a -limall bottle of Knowlton's
Danderine from any drug store or
toilet counter, and after the first ap
plicatIon your hair will take on that
life, lustre and luxtiriance which Is so
beautiful. It will become wavy and
1luffy and have the appearance of
abundance, an Incomparable gloss and
softness: but what will please you
most will be after just a few weeks'
use. when you will actually see a lot
of flie, downy hair--new hair-grow
ing all over tile scalp.
T ELLS OF WILSON
TALKING TO 11UNS
Wireless Operator Says President lad
Direct Wireless Parleys with Nauen.
T'eIs Them They 31tst Get id1 of
New York, April i.-The story of
how President Wilson broke diplo
matIc pr(cedent onl Oct. 20, 1918, by
diret parley with i the Gerinans was
told here today by ('. M. lipley, a
ir;less specialist of the GeneralI I.lec
It -was exactly at noon oil Oct. 20,
.\iN. ltiphey said, when i an optetator ill
Ite naval wireless station at New
liunswick startled Ameraicn ani Al
lied government wireless operators
with the call:
"POi-P1OZ--POZ-DI)C. NF NI-F-"
Translated. lite call meant that
"NP", the New lrunswick stati on,
was calling "P OZ"' lthe Geran gov
crn men t wvireless slttlonl at Naueon.
Visiotns of darinig t reachery on the
pat or somW tnaiv wireless operator
ort eq tinalIy tduring G eritan0 spy oipera
ts. \lir. hiipley imagines, flitted
th rotighi thle tiiinds of operators wh'lo
wer t n ot "'Ott lie inside".' of iP're'sidnit
.\ Imiost itmed iatel y ther(te tlaslhed
hbtck tromt the Natien slatilon thie Ia
'llTten te Ncw lirunosw ink olperator
be gan stnina it Pr'esidentI W ilson's tir1st
mccessage' to thei'(; Girman pepletcl. ('otn'h
nl ill tp in. tterse iinglishi, aicd it
form'tintg them!t that no lcea(ce netgontla
Itions 'otuiild~ be oitndeed tintil WII
Iiam I legtncllern hmad s t ete dlownt
sign ing of thei( ariinist lee, Mr. It Iily
sa Id. th Pr' 'esidlet Imal ilt a Iited diriect
wviireltss connnunhOlent ion ithI Ger'
tmanty, ('otcin~lg all hiIs tmeCssage's in
Iplaini linglisht whilih te Al lIed mov
P1rnm)elnts5 (OtIt lould pik til by ire itless
and giving the texts to the Amuerinnt
stibhiic as sooni as thle miessages had
Sch'lool ('hllIdren ('alhl Off StrIke.
Knoxyillie, Trenn., AprIl 4t.-T'ihe
P'ark City school "'strike"' In protest
agaInst the removal of Professor .1.
II. Lowi'ry, hias beetn oficlal ly declared
off bcy the leaders, and they will rt.
turn't to thir i stutdies .\ondaty morning.
Accordilng to the leaders, the
'strmIke'' iwas cal led off in dieferece
to the iilshiet of Priofess'ur ILowry.
Ask (or peaer'
Greid Pvie ede
lie fr Ctao~tle
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SAFE, GENThE REMEDY
"RINGS SURE RELIEF
Oo 200 Il MEDAL TTasrioier "ulea are the remedy you need. Take
Oil has enabled a o ring humapcthr to three or four every day. The healing
withstand att tck of k ln~ liver, oil sok Into the cells andl~ lining of
bladder and to ch trou .nrs ad all tiio kidneys and drives out tho y ons.
disease connme WIW- the urinary Now life and health w131 surely"1rollow.
organs and tobu I..U11 and restore to When your normal vigor has been re
health organs weakened by dis'ease. stored continue treatment for a while
These most Important organs must be to keep yourself lit conidition and pro
watched. because they filter and purify vent a return of toe dicanse.
the blood; uniless they do their work D~on't wait until you are Incapable of
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all warn you of trouble with your kid- stitutes. In three sizea. Scaled pack
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