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LIFT CORNS OR.
Doesn't hurt! Lift any corn or
callus off with fingers
Don't sufferl A tiny bottlo of Freez
one costs but a few cents at any drug
store. Apply a few drops on the
corns, calluses and "hard skin" on bot
tomi of feet, then lift them off.
When Freezone removen corns from
the to(s or calluses from the bottom of
feet. the skin beneath Is left pink
an(1 health and never sore, tender or
.FACTOR IN CUTTING
"Many months of comfort at little
expense" is the way Charles A. Pear
son of San Diego, California, sums up
his experience with Neolin Soles. Mr.
Pearson had two pairs of shoes re
soled with Neoiin Soles, and after
wearing them for twenty months
wrIes "I will have to get new shoes
som(nne, but so f r a.- the soles are
concerned, tihat t"ne szeiis al, far
diaart :, when t ey were nev;."
Tis is typiCy9 ,p Le10C eXplriec;e
millions are ha yfzit' with Nealin Sol.
Creatud by ;>'ence to be d urat ',
flexfl t! a11d 'aterproof, tlhes ;.
are an imlYrtant factor in cutuin:
shoe expense. You can get thema on
new shoes for the whole family, and
for re-soling. They are made by The
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.. Akron,
Ohio, who'also make Wingfoot Heels
guaranteed to outwear all other heels.
irdo0 MIarkReg. U.S. Pat. Off.
WREN MASTIC PAINT GOES
ON THE HOUSE, THE
"FOR RENT" SIGN
Too many houses are without' ten,
nnts on account of their appearance.
It's false economy to let your proper
ty stay unpainted. You not only loso
revenue, but t9 valiuo and life are
lessened to a /marked degree.
The expengo of painting is by far
less than the'lloss thus incurred.
The wise dwner,pfdnts his property
beforo he pit t 6 "for' rent" sign on.
Let us tell you ,ow little it wili really
cost you to pp it your house with AMAS
TTO PAlNT-fthe kind that lasts." It'si
The best paint for you to use. The
purest white lend and zInc-oxide, 50
pe' cent. each, ground in pure linlsed
oils, go into it. That's the reason
It stood the test of timne of half a cen...
'tury.' Don't putt oft' painting, let uts
figure with you at once. Ask for freo
p.~aint booklets andI color card.
-Ll llENS li.\AIII WA IlS (0.
Lia urenis, S. V.
N 9THIN addsmore
prainte d roof. Pee Gee
Ctco - Stain is especially
made for Bungalow Roofa and
rough weather boarding. It is~
a high-grade stain and wood.
b~1lesC the ife of
"our Roof and1( Saves
-You R e pa ir lill.
Pee Gee Creo-Stain can be ap
plicd with a brush or as a dip..
pngjpaint. Comes in 19 at
tractivye, non-fadinig and durableo
Ask for Color Card.
FR EE -lilhastrated flooleta "I lomes
~.ad I low to Paint Thma."' Ask for i
A Pece Gee Finls~h
for' F eyPups
Furt Salet by
L AI:RIEN8 hlIIiWAlIf:E 0.
TO FACE ACCUSEllS
Council of Four DecIdes on Trial of
Hohenzollern. ulige Sum Firom
Paris, A)ril 9.-The responsibility
of the German emperor for the war
and the means of bringing him to trial
by one of the allied governments, prob
ably Belgium, have been definitely de
ternineti upon by the council of four.
This follows Ehe definite decision on
the terms of roparation'for war dam
ages, whereby $5,000,000,000 must be
paid within the next two years, and an
interalli d commission assess the re
maining damage for a period of 30
years, beginning May 1, 1921.
Thius two of the great obstacles
which stood in the path of the rapid
attainment of peae have 'been re
moved within the last 2.1 hours, and
the period of extreme tension over the
inaction and the failure to secure
tangible results is succeeded by re
vived confidence over the great ad
vance made towards a p-ermanent set
tlement. Iow far these results are
due to the intimations conveyed to the
summoning to Fraice of the United
States transport, George Washington
by President Wilson is only conjec
tural, but it is at least a coincidence
that the main difficuilties began to
dissolve from the time that this de
cision 'became known.
The exact nature of these dliffieultes
are not disclosed. Friends of the pres
ident maintain that they were largely
of a minor character, not involving
large,princliples, though the )residelt's
adherence to his "14 points" as the
rigid limitation of the scope of action
appears to have run all through the
delilberations during the tense period
of the last few days.
While the tession has been greatly
re(lued, it is not entirely removed, as
mIuich depends Oil the continuation of
progress with respect to the remain
ing obstacles, notably the Sarre Val
ley, the Rhine frontier, the Adriatic
issue and I a ntuber of lesser issues
which are still short of final agree
The agreement on responsibilities
for tihe war is uiderstood to have been
a compromise between divided reports
presented by the commission of which
Secretary Lansing is chairman. There
a -Practical agr'eemuent on the gen
oral responsibility of the German em
ieror for bringing on the war, but di
vision occurred on whether it was
feasible to bring him to justice before
an international tribunal.
The lreich and1( i Iiish view favor
a tributnal, bit the American view,
it is unliderstood, favored moral indict
mil-nt withiout re-course, to prosecultionl,
m :o iIe la.k of :ln intiernii lotional
Iaw as a basis for trial before an i In
Ims W WI aI it.
on whlich~ lhe war fell iirst
amid heaviest, is reported to have tilen
i view much similar to that of the
I a hie .la ean an(l Italy
wvere piartially ini accord l ,wih ie
view~'points thtat the council devised a
i-w lhinI, whereby,'l one of the aliedci
tnations, probably lilium, woul inui
tiate prosecution aga inast the formter
4'tiiluror and~ otheras reslponsible for the
brech of Itrea ties, the invasion of ier
-a' iin I lie udest ructlion dlireeld
his a ttenatIon from his hot s anid lpans
and thlir con tents.
Th'le citation reads as follows:
"('ook Ira 8. 1 Tolden (No. It,910,89),
'omainyiivl K, Thiree-l lunadred aind 'Twen
I y-eighth Tn fan try, Eighity-seconda Di
visioni. Durminig the severe fighitinig in
the vielnuit.y of Sommieane-, Fra'ncie,
Octobier 103;1, 19~i15, ('oik Illienu demi
(lnstrtated his great bra'ver'y and devo
ion to (1uly3 in conutiniuing to wvork dayv
anad niightI in operatIig hiis ki tchien
any times tunader heavy fire, after
three othuer kitchens ini his battaliotn
hand been I -royed by enuemiy dire. Cook
Iloiden nii;inl 'ed, to make upi thei dle
tleienicy by opearating his own kitenj
I lA filiest en pacify anid by his tihie
wor'k dhid neh~' to amaintnain the morals
of ouri soldiers."
DON'T NEGLECT A
Go after it with Sloan's
Liniment before It gets
Apply alittle, don't rub, let it pene
erate, andhtgood-by twinge! Same for
external Ac~hes, pamns, strains, affnzess
of jointd'or muscles, lameness, bruises.
In 'tant relief without mussiness or
soiled clothing. Reliable-the biggest
selling liniment year after year. Eco
nomical by reason of enornmous sale .
Keep a big bottle ready at all tiae..
Ask your druaggist for Sloain's inia;
R- . Ienna i
RELIEF 1 SIGHT -
FORL COTTON SEED OWNElRS
Cotton Assoelation Announces talit
There Is a Marked Inprovenient in
Cotton Seed Situation.
Columbia, April 12.-There has
been a marked improvement In the
cotton seed situation, according to a
statement issued today by the South
Carolina Cotton Association, which has
been working on the seed situation for
some time. Tihe statement urges the
farmers not to make use of their seed
for fertilizer puri)oses as the mills will
make direct purchases.
The statement issued by the assoela
tion follows in full:
"The South Carolina 'Cotton Associa
tion has had pl) the question of the
cotton seed situation for quite soile
time. They have been. trying to get
relief for the seed situation through
every kn1ow source and are very much
gratified to inform the public that the
seed situation Is being relieved to a
marked extent. The Federal Reserve
Board has rendered every assistanve
possible iII bringing relief to the seed
situation. The Federal Reserve Board
has backed ilp the movement with the
United Stales Food Adlminiiistration amid
the Division of Collateral Commodi
lies of the United States Food Admin
Istratioi In %every way possible.
"While some oil has moved, still
the mills have been badly blocked. In
formation nlow brings to light the fact
that orders are being issued to mills
to buy seed and tile situation be reliev
ed as fast. as possible.
"Farmers are urged not to use their
seed for fertilizer purposes, as the
mills will make direct purchases. The
proposition to store seed and the pro
posit ion to sell seed and accept a cer
taii amount of hulls for the same are
not in line with tihe straight out pur
(lase of cotton seed which will cer
talily be made by Ile mills. ThIiIs
should be a great, relief to the farmie's
as liey have al ready beei caused tire
mo i'ndotis loss on accounit of not beling
able to dispose of their seed."
Cascarets ---1 Oc
Candy catilartic is harmless
to tender stomach, liver
Your child Is bilious, constipated
and sick. Its little ongue is coated,
breath is bad aud stomach sour. (let
a 10-cent box of Cascarets and
straighten the youngster right up.
OhMilren love lis harmless candy
cathartic and it cleanises the little
liver aid 11hirty feet of bowels with
out gripi ng. Cascarets contain no
ealoliel and can he depended 1111on to
1u1ove the soul iile aill poson 1, ligh
ot of the bowels. Ilest. family cahar
tif -heause it n eramps orsik
< ns likm ofithe 11hings.
I' -Al RAC.I.,- A CROSS
O l-:A N l51- ST 'A('I -:)
.Aulst rahlian anid liritishg .hitors im-.
Itintlt y Awa~1lt. liette Weatdciiher to
Sftart. liank er Prevenited Aginm
St. JTohns, N. 1"., A pil 1".- -DenIse
fog and drIizz/linig 'mrlti today forced
Iliarry U. I Iawker, Australian aviator,
again tol post ponie his atitemiipt. to 113'
acrFOSS tile Atl anilIcii in <iest of famiie
andl~ the $50,000 prize offered by thle
Ye'sterdayI3 a lustErtly soutthd~~eir
SIa wketr ilans to, beg.in hiis advhenturll
at llth fist ignis (of favorable' w ind
anrd wVeat her, but niners 1( wise in thle
lore of foig and~ rain sid toniighd it
i'iight he4 a weekl before14 thie mistyVi cur
lms lifted as thuick weather'i is It b
c'exeted act tis Ilseasonl.
\l('anwhVlile the 'ITrans-Atlati is dS V
velIoingi. racpidly a real r'ace. EIinouri
Illker. (Captan Il . IX I. Itaynhlamc, liri
Sembllling,' his Atarin isyde billlane whlleh
he ho-pes to hiave r'eady In timie i t take
tile air at least as soon aS I lawkcr's
Sop wItchl machnel I " hops-off"'.
AS thle rivalriy bet ween tile Iwo
elamiips1 i'ease thier'e arie lindien~t ions
t hatII Hawker a nd C'ommanlid er 'lac&' \enll
'ie (rieve, 11. N., his navigator', are
readly to sail' l('C evei'y plossible safe
guard1( to thle s portI ig desire of "'gt
ting time jumiip On tile other fellow.''
D~espcite rains over' niight ('1on1t1 inig
Into t hIs mforin 1g, In~%awker i'f prepare
to begin thIe flightI as SOOnl as the( fog
lifted mleasrly 1)3. Scowlinug at till
[OIrk~y clouids be ig blownI over t he
harblior' 011 light winds41, lie ordered4( his
p111lae adle ready for' fl ht whil' ('oum
mlanerCI (irIeve sat judge Oin wea'thlir
reiports Sw~hlh 1(1cam e byM tel egr'aph) and
radio fr'oml along~ thle Coast anti far
)ilt at seal. After seve'ral postilone
mienlts toudav's plants were-finally nhan
lioned w hen (:rilev~e deeId ed t hat thle
wealther' withi the hia'zard'i wlhcl or'din
irily muslit be enlcounltered waUs too In
IIuispieloous for the attecmpt.
iDavenports In Oak andl Mahogany
SM. &i l. I[ WnSr & Co.
OUR Showing of Easter Footwear wins the Admiration of Every
body! The Easter Season is the most Attractive Season of the
year at this Good Shoe Store! The choicest Spring Shoe Styles in
all the New Leathers are here. Handsome, Stylish, Exclusive
Shoes--Shoe Fashions that are entirely different! Shoes for Men,
Women and Children!
EVERYTHING IS READY FOR EASTER
Shoes, Oxfords, Colonials, Pumps and Slippers. The Choice Black
Leathers, and the New Spring Shades in Colored leathers. We
show many new Creations.
MEN'S SHOES $5.00, $7.50, $8.50, $10.50 to $11.50
LADIES' SHOES $5.00, $7.50, $8.50, $9.00 to $12.50
While Shoe Prices have advanced as everybody knows this Shoe Store pro
tects its trade by offering the Best Shoe Value at any Stated Shce Price!
Wells Clardy Company
SHOES THAT SATISFY
wTj Are You Interested in J L
The League of Nations?\
The Freedom of the Seas?
Gov't Ownership of Railways?
These are great problems which
are confronting the people of
They must be discussed and con
sidered if we are to make a wise
decision on our future policy.
Authoritative speakerswill present
these questions from every angle
Every man and woman should
hear these timely lectures.
T Seven Big Days
SEASON TICKETS $2.50 AND WAR TAX
LMMMEiREDPATH CHAUTUQUA .
CHAUTAQUA WEEK HERE MAY 13 TO 20