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To abort a cold
and prevent com
The purified and refined
calomel tablets that are
nausealeas, safe and sure.
Medicinal virtues retain
ed and improved. Sod
only in sealed packages
BAD COLD GOT YOU?
Dr. King's New Discovery
soon starts you on the road
ONOIC tried, always used. That's
a trite exression, but one never
mnore nppiicalble than It Is to
Dr. King's New Discovery.
You will like the prompt, business
like way it loosens the phlegm-congest
ed chest, soothes the tortured throat,
relieves an old or a new cold, grippe,
The kiddies can take it in norf'et
safety, too. No bad after-'efects.
Standard half a century. 60e. and
$1.20 a bottle. At your druggist.
Don't Continue Constipated
Don't let your bowels bulldoze your
system. Make them function regularly
-keep the body cleainsed of wil'aste
matter with Dr. king's New Life Pilla.
Biliousness. sick headiache, sour
stomach indigestion, dizziness, furred
tongue, hiad breath--think of the em
Ibarrssmentsl and discoim forts trace
able to constipation. I-How easily
thev're reetilled by the occasional use(
of b'lr. Kirng's Nev Life Pills. Move
Ohw ;we's smoothly but surely. Try
them tonight. All druggists-25c. as
In use for over 40 years!
Thousands of voiuntary
letters fronm women, tell
ing of the good Carduil
has done thenm. This Is '
the best proof of the valute'
or Cardul. It proves that
-Cardui is a good medicine
There are no harmful or
habit-forming drugs inf
Cardui. Jt is composed/
only of mild, medicinal
ingredients, withi no bad
The Woman's Tonic
You can rely on Cardut.
Surely it will do for you
what it has done for so
many thousands of other
womenl It should help.
"I was taken sick,_
seemed to be ...,
wries Mrs. Mary E.Veste,
of Madison Heights, Va.K
"I got down so weak,
could hardly walk ...
just staggered around.
. . .I read of Cardul,
and after taking one bot
tle, or before taking quite
all, I felt much better. I
took 3 or 4 bottles at E
that time, and was able to
-do my work. I take it in f
tile spring when run
down. I hsad no appetite,
and I commsenced eating.
It is the best tonic I ever
saw." Try Cardul.
Surrender of Min Impossible,
After Session of Cabine
Crisis Said to
Berlin, lYeb. '4.-Surrender of the
men demanded by the allies is in
possible, the Associated Press was
Informed by a member of the govern
ment at the conclusion of tonight'n
The cabinet nieeting which lasted
several hours was attended by AMathias
Erzberger, the vice premier and mini
ister of finance, whose appearance was
his first at a meeting of the ministry
since he was shot in the shoulder in
an attempt to assassinate him.
Iturmors that a crisis was impending
Ii the government are declared by the
Lokal Anzeiger to be groundless. The
cablinet members are in conflAlete
agreement on Germany's policy, the
It is learned that in addition to
the nanes.:previously given the extra
(ition list includes the names of
Frederick von Angonohli, Djemal
Pasha, former Turkish minister of
war, Rtplipert von GIpper and Admiral
Schroeder, former coimnailder. of the
naval corps. These men were demand
ed unanimously. The list as reaching
leriin contains about 900 names. Pully
80 per cent of the men are unknown
even to the general public of Ger
Fa Ity transmission resulted inl
gross misspellings and the onission
of initials and other marks of identifb
cation to indicate the respective per
Sols meant, while names like .\luellet
and Schmidt recur a score or tines.
France and l3elgium each , demand
the sUrrender or :ii men, Poland 57,
Rumania 41, Serbia 4, Italy 25 and
The alipearanee or the name o
Count von *3ernstorff, fortner (German
ambassador to the United States iv
accounted for here by his connection
with Bolo Pasha, executed in Franec
in 1918 as a traitor.
WILSON FOUND I
Prcsildent Was Given Credit hy Se
retary Daniels. 1i ad E feetive Ide
Before Ntial StY.
New York, Feb. ;.- resident Wil
son was given credit here tonight b.
Secretary )an iels, speak ing at Ilh(
iDenloeratic (.11h dinner to iloter S
C(tunings, national chaatn, foa
having seeni the n (eces5siy of slauligtti
German suituaries off the seas as tit
only efTective authod of' coinhattitty
tihlilt beforlc naval statff. "oni eith1e
side of the watt" ioved to hat enid
"Youa initst shut up thie iornlts In
thaeir' ntst," the turesidenit was <quoteil
lby .\lr. iDaaiiels as htaving sa1(1itiin
suiaater'deck spieeih to oliie r of th
ba ttleshiip P'cnntsylvi a, arla 'y inl thec
wart froYui(,t never Penn eni th sub-.
thirine periil it yott let t hem n tit atd
11hen halve to dievole yoduriselvyes til
chtar;ing I tini ali ovetr tih' cana."
"TPache imrage finally bilt ii erc'os
flie Nor'th 5(ea," .\i 1. D~aies said, "was
the Ataei navy's ansiwer' to th
litresidnt's counttsci. it was propoi~sed
byV' Adniira iarlte jehief~P of Wordance)
generlct boai. by1s ite teretary (o th
iiavy a altt by i the !Ii i lrlSut I ti tag the4
gretesIit n e ~cntruc IitiIV nava meais
iti wI ai fait' or bth inal. de ra i ng idthe(
the- oinly way to m(ost surecly saftegituard
mercanit si s was to lendc in1 ('4)n
Voyvs ipro(t(ctePd by armedcc shaipus."
T1hie seetary~ attaci(ke'd thle rcordc
or ('ongress5 sitnee 19l18 when "dishon
es51t apperal to hiyphienated politilis c
abiledl thae ieiublic'ans to elect a mta
Joirit y of this cotngress" and dcecla red
Ithe pleole hadaclrLIeady rotund lthey
got a gold br ick."' Th'at irecotrd, hae
characterized as (er'ta in to dereat the
it is (cr'taini that the D~emocrt'ts will
have the wisdom to go fotward atnd
anominate a gr'eat leader' who is him
self a pulatfoim of conistruictive .legis..
.\lr. D~aniels said lie bielievced that a
teaguhe cit natlions such as that pro)
poused In the ticaty woiutld cnabile tic
(iiuIt1 (uc a h'annief, Ameicanliii dutty was
"as pila in a;. a p1ike-siarf." tc qi <ticted
that thei navy .lhouiildi bei ipaably
the umocst adlehpaIe navy ini thec worl'd'
aundu addedh t hat nonite or thc' prcscnt
Atbneriican biuilding progam would lie
dlelayc-i ori abanduoned.
"We'c aife to hiave' a leagtie of' na
t Ionn; whh Aomeen m iak Iing ac tinee
)S OF ALLIES
Says Member of Government,
. Rumors of Impending
Berlin, Feb. 5 (Havas).--The Gor
man government disapproves of the
attitude of Baron Kurt von Lersner in
his refusal to transmit the list of Ger
mans demanded for extradition to his
government, it was declared today by
Foreign Mlinister 'Muller to M. de
Marcilly, the French charge d'affaires
Paris, Feb. 5 (Ilavas).--The oflicial
list of the Germans deman(led for ex
traditioi was set to lierlin by a
courier of the ministry of foreign af
fairs, wio left yesterday for th Gler
LIdoil, I'vb. .---The GCrmnt clan
cellor, Gustpv Iauer, in a statement
to the 'press said, according to a Eel
lin wireless message here:
"Our standpoint was explained in
the iote of .lanuary 25, anil we again
cmlipilasize it. Thus we shall strictly
avoid any provocat lon.
"ior this reason the government re
grets that 1I1aron von I ,ersner refused
to forward the entenite note. In any
suIchIi action the interests of the w hole
nation must lhe decisi ve, and not tle
hionoir of a single in(dividltial."
'lie German iote of .lanua ry 25
begged the allies to renounce execu
tion of Article 228 of the 1whee treaty
req uiiIng tihe surrender of persons ac
cused of aetr. ill violation of the laws
and customs of war.
'I'le note affirlled that file execution
of Article 228 would infallibly cause
political and ecoioniie troub Ies. which
wouild have a serious effect on thc pro
duction of the nation.
,T e German goveirnmilent proposed
that the trial of such persoins be ield
in Germany witli the oparticipation of
ithe allied representatives.
cintribution as any othe r ont'r to
Ie Iiobile poliee force afloat," htle said,
"01 we are to have a navy incom11par
ably tI I most adequayl inl the
world. Whic'h is it to be? It IIIII t be
oie or1 tihe oilier.'"
iteviewiig tIII h1isIory of iie IIIer
ch1:11it marinle thlroulgh iner of It(
publcan eglet ad inldifferen-ce~" thev
ilaval secretatry declared it wa 11o
itn1til Presiden-lt \\ilsonl's first inaliur
tion, w a;1 s in ilIg bilil wa initro
dlii1'td in 191 I by iepre (elative AtIs
in h 11a hein . ted.
''This newtn :.r'ehl:lluuhmaineit is itn
.lio~ l v dy gai,'' lie said. "'' ls ti 45 Ihe
ne(verj amg:t in t .\N Ami ~ he dep'rouil
enti upono fori n ii lttern;, this i5 pub
licant -en1g ess Will strt tie meriichantii
aiga ist lieuihcani opiti ton andi
Wvhat to do for
thei aciidily oft the' siomu:n'ih. in'stant ly
rlieves t' foodit r~ingii andii termieni
tation11 which (1au1ws thleli misery'-makt
in~ gais'', hiearitburn, flaltuice. tull
A few tablets of' "Pa it''; )uam'isin"'
tbring relief alnost as soton as they
lat'' disotrderedl stomtachis so favorite
foodls can hie ('aten1 withiout distrietss
Costss little at dri ug store's.
ASPIRIN FOR COLDS'
Name " Bayer " is on Genuine
Insi-t on "fliver Ta';bltt of Aspirin"
inl a "ilayer packac~ge,"' contain fing p roper
diret ions~ for Coldus, Pain, Iceadachie,
Neraighia, Liumbai~go, andl Rhieumatiium,
Nameii "itayeir" meanisii geniuino Autpirin
pres'cribed'i by phiysicians for ninoteen
years. Ifnidy tin boxoi of 12 tablets
cost, fewv cents. Aspiria is tradeo mark
(It Bayer Mauifacturo of Monoacetie
neidealer of Saielicyianidl.
FINAL SETTLEMENT. j
Take notice that on the I Ith day of I
February, 1920, I will render a final d
account of my acts and doings as
IExecutor of the estate of Lillian Ow
ings deceased, in the ofiice of the
Judge of Probate of -Laurena county,
at II o'clock, a. in., and on the same
day -will apply for a final discharge B
from my trust as Executor.
Any person indebted to said estate C
is notified and requir2d to make .pay
Epidemies of influnza usuall
the public of a retturn of Influenza t
Influenza is b'eoming epidemic agni
iifection, a dluty not only to self but
Inl the epidemie of 1891 it wit
live of this disease. Last year pr
lnI ott a siupendous seale. No eat
Oil of Euclyptus, coibi ned with of
lieapi ne Salve. E very citizen sh<
igninst the Flu germs wichki infect
leading to the air passages is tile be
becoming epidemic. Mueepine protf
If You Take Flu
by enreless exposure an(] failure to
properly sterilize the air pissages tle
doctor soulld be Called ilmtel diately.
If neither doctor nor niu rse are to be
hiad, take i good pirgative. Redlce
ti! iiling undo fever by taking Aspi
tone (2 tablets) every hour till tlie
fever is Iist ered. Rill) the thtroit ant. 11d
chest witli Euetpine. Fill the nostrils
and sniff it 11:10C inito tle itront. Put
sorme EttenJllpin n tile iback of the
tongue. Swab1Wiing a little. no lIrger
thlan a ten(, will (dt good rather thant
hIari. ite a tenspooifili in a coffee
pot witi witer. bring to a boil and in
hale the steiai thriollugh it palstehonlrd
funnel. Keep up this treatlueit per
SiStenltly till the doetor arrives. Manty
physiciants will continue just this tren'l
Illent an(d nothing Iore. Weakness ai
heart depression are characteristic of
intlluenza. Plain Aspirin is slightly
heart depressant. For tfhat reason
Asliiitoe shouid be used us ii does not
depress the heart. Containing witi
Aspirin a safe, slighit heart exhilairant
to counternct the slightly depressing ef
fect of the Aspirin.
Your druggist canl supply Aspitone
tablets, 35( the box, and Eiapineti
falve 50e tie jar. If yoir druttggist
dot's niot keeni it order by mail from the
Euentpinte Snlve is infdictti :
skinl and is Iheretfore ursetful inl tr
sores, burns, bruises, inlet bites,
of the air pnssages and am n urati%
Ct ly utsed, entirely depettdable. A:
The Piedmont L
put on the co-ope
ing in car lots
weevil infected cc
be bought in ca
I urge all fai
portunity. We c
Tahe notlce that oIn the 12th day
of February, 1920, 1 wil render a final
account. of my acts and doings aH
Guardian of the esta'e of William A.
IBabb, in the ofilco of .udge of 'Probate
or Laurens county, at 11 o'clock A. M.
All persons having deinands against
said estate will presen't thetm on or be
fore said date.
0. G. THOMPSON,
Jan. 7, 1920. 25-5t-A
lies have for montls been warning
Justified this warning and nowl that
O : all possible pIrcattioni :ga inst
co'nst ititt.es a lew eeitei- ! tf oe iont .
vanIyptuis wNa effective .s a prevnit n
pii,. oil were used ve V e:Teeti:.Iy
an IIaltlh cnn live in] its presenc.
til base. conlsltit es the( fit ,nu1la of
iee or1 four itimes a da to protict
This sterilization of' the orifices
sci time wh'len the disease is nanin
sore throat, catarrhi, etc., as well.
To the Druggist
Iast year durbiing the In1lu-Z.i epi
<benic. we( were over-we led wi.,h1 rusL
ers ill .uti':pi:e tIo ithll- 4n th
wI w r ittterly itttble to fill all orde'rs
iy h. d to Ito bo cate ianlied frim inr
sh r itilb ity to anm 'acti:ro E nct
pin Salve ast nouigh. Tiye:tr,
(win tolf ur,:tesi ve alver;' W4', '-am
Ill t ll- he 1( failedutin is much
fbt',1o t'11r .11o1 w ' t my . ig h. b :n to
f'!sfply t ih e i ! full demam l.
If yoir isto s lo, O rder at onc e
to a1void the possibility o)I !"" -,"( onl
rt'sh ord15s. There is no at n-4or inl
n toelhing liberaflly Uo mieet m-rn --e
wa the raidly growing p): lt- . of
8ue 11%,SaVe sue a s lyand
constantly incereasing dn-i
If youl ha.ve failed to -ock :e thus"
far, order from yim at, onic.
There is 1')n other Ive : h .wly
fils thw fil Ilf Eini o T .. i
tut*e is to do S.1 C inji . ifl t -
tomier.s. Eu'tcapiine does nlotUhth
noxtrib or tL a ender o:d ;n,.
fanti's c-hest . but its cura1%tive i .' .itie
in infhumatory condition are unx
la of abled .o
sore throat, oies, feolS. :11c.h.
Thei. As w ire ilf inl
g e t it iru, when propery tt 7-c -
d, Clinton, S. C.
lowe aled in
lent on that (late; and all persons
aving Claims against said estate will
resent them on or before said date,
tily proven or be forever barred.
J. A. SMITH,
in. 7, 1940. 25-5t-A
he Quinine That Does Not Affect the Heat
ecause of Ito tonic and laxative effect. JAXA.
1VP. DROMO QUININE is betterthtin orlinary
iilne and does iot cause nervousness not
sging in )lead. Retcenber the full n me and
>ok for the signature of U. 'V. GROVV. 30c
r cover two tieasons. :%le(ical auith11or1i
his winter. The history of the disease
I it. is the dlity of every citizen to i;
to the public for every case developed
. discovered inl Eit 1 inglnd that Oil of 11
1paratIion s '.onlt ainlinIg thIiS .11-)i t I)r nt i:
11.rrh germIl or. simiihte. enemilies. of hum11
her velatile oils in a refined petrolati
uld11 use it, inl nostrils sd throat th
the attiisphere during tle epideiei.
t poss0ile health iuxn rsurace at the plr
'ets agaiuist infection of colds, coughs
To the Doctor
The following is the qualitative for
mnuuhiit for Jiunpil ive. The 41uan1iti
I ft ive formui Iht will ll selt you together
wilt a full sized jarl of tli, salvo oil
revvvipt ifl ytour i'eueti. If you41 have'
141t alredy provn1 the gritjilt vi lue3 of
this formiultia . I t i your t ira ti. you Will
bI greatly pleased with reslt s winl
l~its Jilln inhala8nt1 InI s ns Vapor or
when ap lied inl thAll t 11114 nlostrils n1ud4
wherever. dirvect, ly u plied 1it 1ny ill
1ila1md surlfacte. It is unt1isepitivan l
gesie and ant11iphllogistic and only
-lightly ruhef eieni t.
Oil EUcal-yptuls Globullus
(111 11nus Silvestris
31 rt. itd4
Thorighly iixed ]in proper ratio
and sei'uni'ue and ait proper temiperit
tiure, Willi retfin'ed Pt1.rohatitm base.
Antiseptic Analgesic Antiphlogistic
Preventa ciiltlieve Aliays
tilfemton va.in Ifinn11An Ion
:1i i en i of inflammation of m.eimbro
ina en-t ' f 11filuiz, 1111 ert pn tem nia,
lkin ari asionts, sunburn, blisters, snor1
'e treanan'n' inl infhunmatorv < ondlitier
.nu1fnleture-d onlly by
logs~ and (
liberality of th Jo
yrour county agent
rative plan of pure
that has been fol
iunties of this state.
.r lots and sold al
-mers to take advw
lesire to get an ord<
rder with me or
ty Farm Demonstr'
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