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LIFT OFF CORNSI
Apply few drops then lift sore,
touchy corns off with
Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little
Freezone on an aching corn, instantly
that corn stops hurtiig, then you lift
it right out. Yes, magic!
A tiny bottle of Freezone costs but
a few cents at any drug store, but is
suflilcient to reiove every harid Corn,
soft (.orn. or Corni betweel the toes,
and the calluses, without soremness or
Freezone is the sensational discov
ery of a Cincinnati genius. It Is won
The next time
you buy calomel
The purified and refined
calomel tablets that are
nausealess, safe and sure.
Medicinal virtues retain
ed and improved. Sold
only in sealed packages.
Man y thousands of
w o men suffering from
womanly trouble, have
been benefited by the use
of Cardui, the woman's
tonic, according to letters
we receive, similar to this
one from Mrs. Z. V. Spell,.
of }layne, N. C. "1 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
g~et Cardul. .* I began
improving, and it cured
me. I know, and my
doctor knows, what Car
dui did for me,. for my
nerves and health were
The Woman's Tonic
Sh ' ur er: "I
n splendid health...
can do my work. I feel I
owe It to Cardul, for I was
in dreadful condition."
I you are nervous, run
down and weak, or suffer
from hcadache, backache,
etc., every month, try
Car dul. Thousands of
women praise thuis medi
cine for the good it has
done them, and many
physicians who have used
Cardul successfully with
theIr women patients, for
years, endorse this medi
cine. Thlnk what itnmeans
to be in splendid health,
like Mrs. Spel1l. Give
Cardui a trial
SE-NATE FIGHlT ON
L IEAGUE BE BITTEM
Ite(ipblicanl Attack on Peneo Treaty
Indl Leaguti of Nations Will Con
1u1e. Will Vote on Knox Resolu.
1111 1in Week.
Washington, June 15.-Senate dis
lissioll of the peace t reaty and league
of nations, J.'rOmising to coltille all
this week and indellnitelY thereafter,
t'asllce(L iII intest and I Importance
all events eXIte(cte(d to come11 before
coligress this week.
ThC treaty debate probably will be
gin llext 'TicsIay and Is expected to
rival in partisan intensity and oratory,
all past discussion of the matter. The
resolulon of Senator Knox, Republi
can, of Pennsylvania, proposing that
tile senate declare Its dissatisfaction
with thle leace treaty as now framed
and especially with interweaving of
the league of nations with the peace
treaty is to be the vehicle for the de
bate. Senator Knox will o)n1 the fray
for altypoirters of tile measure an( vir
tually every senator present, reibli
canl and democrat, Is expected - to
speak on the resolution, democrats
eaefully have laid plans in olposi
tioll with several plrollising to expiress
their opposition in every possible
form, some even proposing a filibuster.
A vote during tile piesent week on
the Knox resolution generally is
deemed improbable. Several senators,
including Chairman Lodge of the for
eign relations Committee, dlo not plan
to retuirn to Washington until late
this week or early next week, and a
vote is not expected Iin most. (luarters
before tlie succeeding week, ,wit h
sOme delmocrats In favor of prevent
ing a vote enthrely if possible.
While tile senate is engaged in in
trnational discussions, the house llans
to clean up the appropriation bills
Ineeed by Jlly 1. Passage toniorrow
by the lower body of the naval bill Is
planned and on Thu rsday the house
leaders propose to take up the last re
maining appropriation measure, the
sun(ry civil bill. Wednesday the hotise
hopes to Interpose the bill proposing
repeal of the daylight. saving law,
Efforts also are to be made in the
senate to rush through lt e appiropri
aItion measures. Tie $:5,000,000 ag
ieulture appropriation bill, with the
connmittee ridcr' proposti'g repeal of
the daylight saviIg act, and the $15,
(iE,0Oi ilistrict of ('oluimbia approplri
alion hill will boe repolrted ou1t. of coin
mi1l'Is to1mrrow. The $7 I S,000,000
ar'my aPro riatio) hill will lie Irans
miltted frm the house to Ile senati
tollorrow and the SI oI m i lit a ry
!onitlmitt I e plans to belgill inlittediately
its: tonsidrat ion. Ef'orts are expe t
ed to incemtase the hill's appropria
tiolls and also to raise the ilginr of
sit by the house as the "av
eras'' arms for the coming iseal
\uch committi activity in hothI
nate an 1h lu. also is tlannetd hI Iis
wt k. The hearings ilwulo tIprolhibi
tiolt leislatioln by coilmittees on both
I tivi:s. liegislation to reptal the act
raph~ts, telipioonts and oither wVire
Kystem~s, by the lhtuse inltersta to (01m
niterte (comm1it lee. ta ilf' legislatloll, imi
ligrsat iton rest itons anid Stecre(tary
141ane's allotmet~ for lnd foir sailoirs
an 11(ol11dieris by hioulse (0omm))itte00s, and
railroatd, shiipjiing andI otheri legisla
t ion byt sete11C('11) omt tees.
/OuIRE R iGTcr, ICkIE - A
MAN WHO SNEA(S GUI' OF
PANiIN&r HN BACK( SUS$CRItYVION
89 REFU9IN&r THE PAPERi AlT
THE- POSTrOPPICE IS A PE5~%y
POLECAT7 AND At N NR
POOQ JUDGMN-T4l POg A '9u
-O IELL u-II' SO TO H-11 sPA~ce,
FOR 14E P'EELS MEAN ENoUG1M
- 6 iMY A 1\00Q
, *- WARTHOG
ives andi fritends of iurl (tt 'rion andi
brtothur , Our appriiilation of the kinld
at hils death.
We take this means also, of expess
ing (inl) thanks for tile beau tift m iloralI
For every ttokenl of love and( act of
symmpthly we are sincerely grateful
and1( we pray Gbod's blessing uponf (ach
(onet who hlelped In any way.
Mrs. M. E. Sloan and1 F'amlhiv.
ALBJERT C. TODD
MAY GET JUDGESHIP
Well Known Liurens Lawyer Under
stood to bo Seriously Considered.
Washington, June 13.-Thero will
doubtless be much sur1prise shown in
upper Carolina when It Is learned that
anilother lawyer frotn tl e dis
trict has entered the race for appoint
meicnt is judge to succeed the lato J. T.
Johnson. lie is Albet C. Todd, of Lat
Although lr. Toild cannot lie said
to b) a candidate, in the sense that
he is entering into a contest for this
place, he is understood to be aniong
those who are being Very seriously
considered for reonunendat ion to the
Attorney General by the two South
Carolina Senators. In fact there are
person1s here who believe that Mr.
Todd will without doubt be so recoi
mended for appointment.
Further than this no positive state
ment concerning this matter Is to be
had at this time, Senator Dial being
reluctant to (isciss the matter and
'Senator Smiiith being at his home in
When it became generally known
among the members of ihe South
Carolina delegaltion lin Congress today
that Nfr. Todd would probably walk
off with this federal position, which
is one for life alt $7.500 a year with
the same pay at retirement, there
,w\as some talk of friends of various
candidates visiting Attorney General
Palmer regarding the situation.
If '.\ir. Todd gets the recommenda
tion and Is nominated lie will prob
ably do so without ever having le
come li avowed candidate while a
dozen other well known lawyers in
upper South Carolina are after the
* ORA NEWS.
Ora, June 16.-Mliss 'l'lizabeth lar
tin returned Saturday afternoon from
Fomntain Inn, where she spent several
days with .\liss Dot Parson.
Mr. Renwiek Kennedy left Friday
morning for Fayetteville, Tenn., where
he joinus the Itedpatl Chatallau(lna as
crOwman. Ile will remain with the
chantauliua until September, when Ie
will retr'n11 inl time to tahe uip his
studies. at ine college.
Ailr. T. 11. Carlisle, ol' Newborry
county, caie p ii his car last. \\'cd
11da.V aUd Slw11 the daiy with his
sister. .\rs. 1. N. Kennedy. lie brouglht
withl him hik notheri, .\t.It. U. Car
i .\l. luichard Carlisle, .iss Nllo
Carlisol atd everal children.
. im Nahers, liss .\ltt i Nahers
ami14 A.\1ar IJOII Fergulson, e' aun,
i 'pe llt Th uI with . a Lila ib-m
3k1 -I Elizaleil. Martin left. Mlonday
ifor liok Ilill, whron she will attendl
th Sunii.er ;(h 'ol at WinthirIop col
.\Irs ' ary Th'iompison,. .\lris. .\uary
Mlllill. .\iss Eliza .\eIlill, .\lrs. Ea
ihemia lhrysoni an d ltiblliron, spent Ian
afterr'oon Ilast wielk with .\irs. .\uartha
.\lr. and .\lrs. .100 Nahersi5 Misses
lin u Feg uson anid M\La ry Lou , of Lan
rens, aittene 01(1serviceds at thle A. lt. IP.
.\isses .\ILarga ret and T11sabeol lilke]ly
and( Alice Alt Cl intoek leave this welk
for .tinson C ity. TIenin., to attend1( a
siummiier schiool andl enjoy theo moun
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NEW MOVIE STUNT.
.ictoS W-11ad Shoved Throughi O-lass
InI Film Fighlt,
To (lgar ICewis, I h laster Prod(e
(', who made the recent success, "The
JHarrier," belongs th reidlt of inro
dueilig a new and very ('ffetive stut
inI IS hilatest plod'1l1eion, "The Sign
invisible," wli i( the teatire at the
Olra louse lex t Th itsday. The lo
cale of the story is a traing phost ill
tle rellot( Ca'aian Northwest. A
flereei light takes place bietw cen th
villainous, F.avtor anld Lone fer
giant 'brtee'd w\-ho is tr3'ing to rese
a gIi from the Pactor who has dragge(I
her into the store roon in the back
of his fr'ontielr saloon. The two 11111
fight all over the place, the Factor teim
poral'-y gets the upper hand, and
draggin his oppone.IL to the window
lthruss his hite lead throulgh tihe glass in
an atl'lmpt to oitt his throat. .]lst what
Mr. 14w is used instead of glass isn't
app-al, but the scente is highly real
istic for tile glass flies as the man's
head is thruii:t through and ( the jaggeod
picers left in the woodeil fiame look
shaltr and hard enough to cut.. though
the skin and throat muscles of even
such a man as Lone Deei, lant t Ioh
PlIes Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Drugiists refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fal!s
to cure i eing, Blind. fileedinig or Protrudiog Piles,
lustantly relieves Itching Piles. and you can get
rostfute euafter the first nplientin. Primck'i
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Kidney disease is no rrTpw0teir < f r- 'iihi t - T
se0ns. A inajiority of the ilt. anl 1j1 t ng, . n.
People today call he tracd back to a t
kidney trloubAC. "ns 4.. I to
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filterers, the Iurineir s, of your blood. Capuilen. iI twelity- i . YOU
Kid ney (ISeas( is usually Indileated by hIR I- 1 halth and v r ret ring
weariness, sleeplesness. nervc us~ni s, anlt ~wil IIIb th day yu.' eIst heard
deapondoney, backa he, IlS tmPV.4 I - o f I >I N> .\ I I 1 1 r - I I
d", pain in loins and lwer aboil- After you i that yi I. avo cured
gall stones. gravel, rheutpatiurra, ti o:i, comIn to take orie or two
and lumbago. (isuls each dIa y, So as o keep in
nd lumbago. 0 conilt ion tnoI %%-ar(I off the
All theso derangendnts .are nature's dingor ot otier attacdt.
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'I have spent a great deal of
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of the atomneh and at times have Mris. Wattie A. V
been compelled to give up my j Ii1and , Ortwd
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