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ha3 telloved bundreds of such
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Instantly rehves Heartburn, Bloated Gassy
Feeling. Stops lndigestion, food souring. re
peating. and all the nuny miseries caused by
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nands wond-rfully beneited. Positively guar.
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Apply few drops then lift sore.
touchy corns off with
Doesn't hurt a bit ! Drop a little
Rroczone on an aching corn, instantly
that corn s!.olm hurting, then you Jift
it right out. Yes, magic!
A tiny bottle of Freczone cos'ts but
I. few ecuts at any drug store. but is
sufflelent to rmnove every haird corn,
soft corn. or corn between the ,toes,
and the calluses, without sommi;1ssi or
Frreezone is the sensational discov
ery of a Cincinnati genfus. It is .won
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GOES INTO EFFECT
Amnerlea, Aisence Weakens Peace
Plans of Present and Future Says
London Paper. Clemenceau Plan.
iug to Visit United States to Urge
on Leagtue of Nations Plan.
Paris. Jan. 10.-The treaty of Ver
sailies, making peace between User
many and the ratifying allied powers,
was put into effect at -: 15 o'clock this
afternoon by the exchange of ratitica
Baron Kurt Von lersner. the head of
the German inission. allixed his signat
tuire to the protocol at 1:09 o'clock.
The entire ceremony, which took
place in the Clock ilall at the French
firpign inistry. was- completed by
i'revious., Haron Kurt von Ler::ner,
:eal of the et man mission. signed
the protocol of Noveeihr 1, providing
for reparation for the sinking of the
Gernian warships at Scapa Flow and
to insure the carryine nut of the
armistice terms. The signing of this
document oncurred in the oilice of
the i minister of foreign affairs.
I'eaceful relations between (ser
any and the greater iher of the
nations engagedi in the great war with
her ire estabilished by till action tak
I :,t l'artoday. Tee peac trat y
now ges into cffetv" a.-; belt veen er
:i andI thosef opowers that lav
iia y rat'ifli:1 !I -Great Hritainl,
l'ra:lcf-. Italy, Japanl, Bogu;i n!i
vi Brazil, Guaten.a'a, Panamia, Peru.
Poland. Siae. 'ze:ho-tovai and
Th t U'nited Sates alone of the -hig
i'" ha. not ratified thl rea.. I 'hina
dhi1 not. l'zni the doee:nienti be c::e'of
h ( '1 l e i0n t-> teie S ani ' . ( pro' i
* h (!-r oni
Tle tre.ov n1ot onlly d fi : .h
o.z I I , -e o i- of m en cov,
I and C! - ip,> ti o 11- I -
; i '~l lahwr (l' an oilo . The. doc
Ti li' .: iri re f i~e ;' ir: wa.; ;
li :ee:-ou a nn :tflhit'Xe. . It irovies tht
I. .i -e a; it harh! heen rntit'hi 'I 1;:.
G;lmany a' thre'' of the principal tl
liediand a0Xtiated; pow(r, a IOlo-'
'rba .o' the d posit of iatifieations
should ie drawn uile. friom the date of
which Lhe treaty wonod comue into
foree as between the powers which
had ratilled it. The treaty will enter
into force for each other power at
the date of tile de'posit of Its ratill
latiin. In October last a sunMient
nibier of 11owners had ratified the
tretty to collply with tle rie(uire
meints for its effectivene:'nss. Iecauts
of th simkmiig of the mlterne' Ger
oan warships by tiheir oilceis and
(rois, at Scapa Flow however, and
the failuro of the arnisctlce terms, the
allis oil Noveinber 1, demanded that
before Ile treaty was put into effeet
Gerniany should sigi a prolocol, pro
viding for reparation for the destrue
tion o' the warships and guarantee
ing the carrying out of the armistice
Sinlce that time the <luest ion of' the
prl'icoal and pa rticul arly t he repanr'a
tiona provlsion in it have been ulnderi
niegotiationis b~etwcein the allied so
lpr'cle cou ncil and the Germtan yov'
ern menit. It was only within tie last
fort nighlt that the situoat ion hegana toi
clear, an adjustment of the tonnage
demtandsn upion G'rmany being re'taih
With lthe taintlii' e'ffet of n th e tlaty,
ai ni tiither of comminiss ions c reate d oyV
it san~'tg into e'xistce, the len:mee of
nattiotinsv wll'eint to fiunction by tie
call .ng~ of' the fir'st mieeting~ oi its c'ann
eed for thi taki n't of plebisitl s in thll
are'. wer ie popula kt ion in; toi have
the l~oppotutniy to determIne wh< -
thelir Ltorii~i iories shall separa'te from
Glermat'ny' and( take ott an~othler' alice
their w!.ork, prIobiably the most imp1or1
tailt is the relparat ions conimi sic.'n
which wvill1 do 'u gieat amnount of the
I'hi' r incidenit to the eenttn of Lt'
treaty, its special duty heing to regu
iate Germany's payment of indemnifl
cation during the next thirty years.
N4OU'O A8K SOMESOD NN.HO
NNE\(. OFN A1Q NO( ERI
- NE'J Ct.S1OtjAR.
HALF YOUR LIVING
WITHOUT MONEY COSTi
Continued Southern Farm Prosperity
Dependent on Cutting Produo
tion Cost Through Food
Making and Saving
Atlanta, Ga.-(Special.)-"Tene of
thousands of farmers in the South
will face the problem of making cot
ton under heavy weevil ins.station
for the first time in 1920. Their suc
cess or failure under thee inew con
iditions will be absolutely dependent
Jon the degree that there Is food, grain
end forage produfed on their farms
this year," said H. 0. Hastings, presi.
dont of both the Georgia Chamber of
Commerce and the Southeastern Fair.
"A few weeks ago the newspapers
carried the report that an Alabama
county was preparing to erect a
monument to the boll weevil, because
of the good the weevil bad done them
in forcing them out of the 'all-cotton'
poverty producing rut, into the pros
perity that always follows a diversity
of crops and the production on home
acres of every pound possible of o0d,'
grain and forage supplies needed by
the family and li.e stock.
"Our good people here in the South
have never, until very recently, taken
the home or family vegetable garden
seriouxly as a source of food supply.
It has been looked on strictly as a
side issue, something of little impor
tance, ;onething to be attended to the
inst thing on the place. The home
tarden. riglitly handled. can be made
to lrduce Lulf the food needed by
the ;a:niiiy ::d practically without
"Th av r .!e 1ck and promise' sort
of a -,arien h:s little value. To be
of real value the gard-.n nttst be plan.
ned for. really prepare~d for, planted
right and k(pIt cultivated through the
scasoen. :nd cuitivated whenever need
,d. That kind of a gart den will keep
its wa:!s ta weil supplicd with
an abund;cof healthiul focd seven
or (.iIt onI ths in :he year, a; well
as inrishilg an :!)Indance of Canned
and d i v'tat.N 1tr i''ntcr use.
I iIs O vegetales direct
fr' r n I'' l t" tb <h J ;y, . m. or jar
of h1~ao enn''d vLaales( fro-a clo.
t l : : : a ble' in that .ore
hill tZ3N '. :3atero when 'st-t
" .Q Mruens have been real
' f (doth u:ids of southern
fant : h 22f i'flat broke'!
tr ' Ii no !e bills. A good
;: Fi, ; bii! until its
ie' il r: d--al in 1920
:L 21 12 agreeably sur
!No Worms In a ticaltly Chtild
All chlidren troubled with worms hnvo tin wu
healthy color, which indicates poor blood. and as a
rul., thcre to nore or less atitfmarch disturbance.
GROVE'S TASTELESS cill TONIC OIeen regularly
lor two or three weeks will enrich the blood. lm
prov- tho digestion, and act as a General Strength
ening Tonic to the whole system. Nature will then
throw off or dispel the worms, and tho Child will be
In verfet health. Pleanant to take. fo ner bottle.
that is bci
e~ er, wc
'1 1 4
L ~ operatior
y ficed to
of the Farme
When three hundred hard-handed, sun
browned men from thirty-two states assem
bled recently to map out a program for the
get-together of American farmers, they de
clared solemnly-though in more elegant Ian
yuage-t hat the farmer shall no longer be the
national goat! The organization of the American
Farm Bureau Federation means that the day of the
farmer is at hand, says
No more will the farmer be that the farmers who
the goat of the gouger, the butt read THi COUNTRY ENT.,
of th i',nommus. Farmers are MAN are the most lrr)crOU'
getting' together today to take farmers, we urge our fricud:; to
the-ir rightful place as the Na- subscribc forthis great Natt(.'
tioni's bigpest business men! Farm Weekly. Authorize L:; to
Thi. b:m'.k seeks alwvs to ad- charge your account 1.00.
rywhere vance c interests of the farm- and we will have your irune
er; hereabouts. WVe re anxious entered at olcc For a year .
to see you osper, cager to help i2 big weckIy issues. Keep iii
vou Dy evrv means in our touch w ith the natiorl1 S
mAesd because e believe farmers!
fr'TERFIRIcE NATICNAL BANK
N. B. DIAL, Presi~ent Capital $lOOCOO.M0 C. H. ROPER, Cashier
Fm e.PAone u\o. ut
chr nY or cout oy '0,
P. U! ko~ me, I~cr y amcfo TF~C nt r ed at oE.I nc f or aSI y ear -I
~) H :amy do :. I waitTiE COUNTRY GENTN.EMAN. Setid it to me.
N a m e)i
cfe Aw Beautgzd ar in//rdz
e Newest and Finest
of All Lght Sxes
days of advanced engi- So we worked 1r three long years,
t is a very sinple mateLr P and solvinvy
a a six-cylinder motor eVe"v M'01 thit confronted us.
th powerful :nd speedy.
aiplications aise, how
Cn1 to ths ui1tiesj
added new dand uand t proud
dability and eonomy of
ti~ I m~ Of aill 1ht jixcs.
onepargrphyo hae The rest of the,,- story you probably
one paragraph), y ou have
iation of the three years
ment nd tstingbehi 1wit verdict in no uncertain terms.
ment and te-sting behind
five-passenger "4 Glen- The "Glcnbrook" stands unchal
iodel. lenged as the greatest dollar-for
dollar value in the field bf five-,
nonths would havc suf
produce the "average"
>lant and, chia:ss is -but :
: never been interested tam V .i. :ir several
L.ETI u I'!' MO'OR01 CAR OV'. .. .*..
IRBY MOTOR1 COMPANY
LAURENS, S. C.
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