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KLINE TO SPEAK ON
Chaufauqua Audiences Will Hear
Speaker Points Out High Cost of Hate
and the High Returns of
Just Dealing. .
"The New CompetItion" is the sub
ject of the lecture given by It. P". P.
line at the coming Itedpnth Chau(au
qua here. In it, among other ques
tions, lhe disensses the League of Na
tions, ointi(g out lie Ilw of the high
cost of hate anl the large proilts of
just deallng. Tis will be one of the
vital lectures of the weeic.
There 1. tit) questlon whieh has
arouse(i more interest 11han the prob
lem of the League of Nations. The
R. E. P. KLINE.
mntire world has been stirred by it, and
;he pollcy of Halulns for n1ny years
may he leteirm*inei by It. Every Amer
can clizen shoulild welvomle tie( op
portulity to hear' Mr. Kline in 111.9
Mr. Mine is 1.n (loquIenlt, forceful
pealker, who tal ks frion a compreliei
Ive stiuly of his siihjeet. lie its (ee
lired oi viliouls circeuitls of tile Red
muth ('hautaniun for tihie plust twelve
rirPUs and 1hats ealrnled a great replita
ion ats i pla fon speaker.
CHICHIESTER S PILLS
* Ladel Ask yor Dnagjit tor
lls In ied ani Goln metaIic
a ck iith luo R11bon. XV
ooDIA D I AND PILI.. fr 85
yearsiknown as Best, Safest, Always Rellat'to
SOLD BY DRUG q1ITS EVERYWHERE
Many thousands of
w o mnen suffering from
womanly trouble, have
been benefited by the use
of Cardul, the woman's
tonic, according to letters
we receive, similar to thIs
one fronm Mrs. Z. V. Spell,.
of Hlaynue, N. C. "I could
not stand on my feet, and
just suffered terribly,"
she says. "As my suf
fering was so great, and
he had tried other reme
dies, Dr. - - had us
get Cardul. , . I began
improving, and It cured
mec. I know, anid my
doctor knows, what Car
dui did for me, for my
nerves and health were
The Woman's Tonic
She writes further: "I n
anm in splendid health ... k
can do my work. I feel I
owe it to Cardul, for I was
In dreadful condition."
If you are nervous, run
- down and weak, or suffer K
from headache, backache,
etc., every month, try
'Car dul. Thousands of
women praise tils medi
clne for the good it has
done them, and many
physicIans who have used
Cardul successfully with
their women patients, for 3
years, endorse this medi
cine. Think what it means
to be in splendid health,
like Mrs. Sp-li. GIve
Cardui a trial
GARVAN TELLS OF
HUN MASTER SPY
Alien Property Custodian Describes
Hion- Germany Abused American
New York, April 25.--Under "The
Master Spy," Dr. 'Hugo Schweitzer,
German agents In this country, re
Ported to Berlin by code every detail
of America's business life, kept from
the allies four million flive hundred
tliousand Pounds of explosives and
sent overseas the formula for the
deadly mustard gas which laid low
thousands of American soldiers, ac
cording to Francis P. Garvin, alien
Property custodian, who delivered an
address at the annual banquet of the
National Cotton AManufactirers' Asso
(latioll here tonight.
Mr. Garvan declared he had for 19
montIhs been making "a study of Ger
man industrial life and its manifesta
tions In the Unite(d States." As a re
sill, he said, he was also able to re
veal the far reaching machinations of
Dr. Schwelizer. former president, of
the Hayer Conipalny, which was taken
over and re'-oi ;anized 1)y the lvien
"True it is that the llamburg-Amer
lean line and the North German Lloyd
kept faithful tal) for ferlin oil a
thousand details of our business life
which came under their observation;
Shat' not a ship left our11 harbors, nlot. a
(argo was loaded or unloaded, but
hat some \'member of its organizaton
'watched and reported every detail to
)e sent by code to the German govern
pent." said Mr. Garvan.
"But greater than all, and forming
the foundation of her entire espionage
and propaganda system, stood tile (lye
IndIust 'ry. As long as you were sup
plied by the 'big six', your business
had no secret unknown to Berlin. In
Berlin you will find a Card Index Sys
I em witich recites every fact ollnnect
ed writh each and every one of your
Concerns that call be of any Iossi1)le
value to your rivals over thler.
"Tle leiad of that system in this
country for years before the war was
Dr. ii ugo Schweitzer, presiden t of the
Blayer company. le was given his
secret service numberi 1)y the imperial
minister of war-963,t92,637. lie
came to this country, became a citizen
o1 the instruction of the German gov
ernment, eventually was made the
head of the Bayer company and led
the espionage and propagandist move
ments here down to the (lay of his
sudden death in November, 1917.
"Schweitzer was the inventor of the
idea of the purchase of the New York
i'vening Mail. Schweitzer wa stle in
ventor of the idea of the German
publication society. Over thirty train
ed chemists, his lieutenants, are now
Asserting Dr. Ileilirich F. Albert,
(011MC1m 'ial al1tache at the (erman
mbsyinl \\'aShington, hadt (1r-11d
over about $1,.100,0nn to Sciweitze.-,
\'. G.1rva a' id th1e altler hLd form
1d tlh Chemical E~xchange by which
all availa'be 1lh1enlol sup vly in AlleriN
was tured4 away fr'omi the nuI~~tnufa
lure of' pieriie acidl for' uxposives for
lte all ijes, w ithi a iprotii out) of Amieri
I)nll. lIn hpraisinig S'lhweitz.er's wvork,
saiyinig: ''Now oneC shioui picteli to1
hllimself 'hat a iiitariy ('ou1p woulId
he' a(comil ishled by3 anl arm WI ~etlr if
lhe shoul d succeed in dlestroyini g lthre'
rilod ii)1 r ia ilns of1 forty 3' ar s, conltain-.
ina foulr illlion, tive' hulnd1red I hous
and( l)oundl(s of e'xli)5ves.''
i'.\r (hIva l afb Idled1 thle ( orimn s
11hopCd to ('lIConer br lomine 1. 1)rodui(Cd
on1l'hre and in (h'ermany, andt deladly
in its effiect Iwhen1 4) ic ine IIIwith nil
FOR 2 OR 3 WEEKS
ha beenl 'mloyed for 1:1 yearls atl the
name((I is .\i'. .I. II. .Ialackson, and4 t'very
''.ly wif"e has1 suffered'( for 20 yearsI'
and~ limbsic, 14)ss of sitep aii a genral
bre'akownti i er sysitin. S'h-e 1)uid
4 hr 1ni' dl~''iaroia; her1 f'ousl passing
i on thriouigh, dloinig. herno goodl,
ands' she her'amie very weakl~ and14 ,was
biI'si for Iwo 4r thiree weekts, uni
LI bh-1 do any of1 her' hou~iseholdl work,
no0 ev'n able to bring a buceket of wa'~
ifei fromt the well. She had taken
(Cliny dIiff'erent 1( meiCines, but1 10 n10
-trail- Ilriding of1 'Dreco, we' dec(' Cie
I o "Ive it a Iial , and i 'm going to1 say
Iha) ItIhis medicinel14 Is differenClt fr'om
allii h l oies. It hel'i her1 si from
the ( st arIt and she hass 111impovedl cveriy
day3 sinlce, and( no0w she Is like4 aL di ffer'
'ini l1erlsont--Shue Is ini good4 ('heel' and
)'nl'oura~g4ed over' hier cond11Ion, gettIing
bak elrii strengt h antd 1)elpping a bout
')'iie. We are praisinig D~reco to
'very' one' fotr it Is a grandll( mfedi cine.''
I )r'co is an her'bal conmpoundll( that.
acts oni the vital organs anld miakes
Iliem Iierfo'rm in a natural way. It Is
no0w sold b~y ll goodl dru'ggIsts
throu4)lghlout the counltr and 01( is high..
ly endorsed in I,aur'ens by Iaurens
"At Bogota, New Jersey, in the Now
Jersey Agriculture Chemical Com
pany, Dr. Schweitzer employed Dr.
'Walter Scheele, who was the inventor,
in that little town of New Jersey in
1913, of mustard gas, the formula of
which he transmitted through Cap
tain Von Papen to Germany as soon
as the war broke out," continued Mr.
Garvan. "This Is the mustard gas
wl'ch laid low your brothers on the
plains of France."
Peels Off Corns
TUe Great Corn Loosener of the Age.
Never Falls. Painless.
A corn mashed, suciuezed anmi crush
ed, It day long, inl between two toes!
You can try the desl1erate, "treat 'em
rough" 'way and try to dig it out and
C' i. 0 1
fail. Or you enn try the sensible,
peaceful, painless, easy way and use
"Getst-Is" Its easy for "Gets-Its" to
remove corns in hard-to-get-at places.
It's a liquid-a wonderful painless
forimula-it has never been successful
ly imitated. It settles oil the corns,
anil dries immediately I nstead of dig
ging out file corn, yotu peel it out pain
lessly. There's no sticky plaster that
doesn't stay "put" no salve that irrita
tes or rubs ofi'. You reach the corn
easily with lthe little glass rod in the
cork of every -"Gets-Its" bottle. It
(loes not h1ur't tile tulie flesh. Try it
t'ot and smile! Its a eIvssing; never
"Gets-Its", the guarianteed, money
hack coirni-riemover, the only sure way,
costs hut a triffle at any dr1ug shore.
Sold in Iaurens andl recommended as
Ihe world's best corn r'emedy by ill'e
ka )rtig Co., Laurens )rug Co. and
Plowe I[iug Co., Putnam's )irug Store.
Habitual Constipation Cured
in 14 to 21 Days
"LAX-F-*OS VITIl PEPSIN" is a specially
prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual
Constipation. It relieves promptly but
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
to induce regular action. It Stimulates and
Regulates Very Pleasant to Take. 60c
F u.i u
A soot runn\
App nmoth running witn
jar, makes it a genuine pI
andi QUALITY lubricatioi
ence between trouble andi
'dcate just what correct and
information is super~luous.
Most of them use "GREI
slvely, and have forgotter
Your engine and mott
temi, provided by .the man
system reaches every pa
parts with minute regular
lubrication were not prov
car at all. If you had to 1
of the engine and motor 4
even if such a plan was 1
W. P. HUDGI
Don't sell them unless compelled
to do so. If you want to sell
them we buy them at market
price. Bring Us Your Bonds
Home Trust o.,
Laurens, So C.
C. H. ROPER, Sec. and Treas
At Enterprise National Bank, Laurens, S. C.
Z Z III
is h nwr It' th dife- th 'l * ayatnIono orprxethvn
/laue T/toewo pr- o utmtehat ftesse asyunei.Ta'
rd arelubicd by a specasysM Am QAiRpF'RE LG
ufatrer wifor that pup oe hisidho odsriucteoiv~ cwmtrcr
et of thec moat powe r a its ul. Three a nubr t o f ''tGREE FLAbiG MOTORe ofL eva.
uthewm. I t h dfe. thisol automtathariofth system ofas you e euuOR NF1 " T$ - n ad reliabte,
plade y o hos hot appreor eathy.nYouh thsassurae uphand youae thetdetei pgi thenIa
"qus~alty" luictome ansr 2 pats nesara nt the geneo i bs dp e ral four ngo.div
wheya "egine troublestare fot, FLA t t e payyo eut .rive fyup wandt buy-"RE
itce fhss a utmryssemo and you knew euactGREErs:---- MOTOR OIL from any of h olwn eko n a.
ENS, Laurens E. W. FERGUSON, Clito.Nu.