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YOU WOULDN'T TRY
TO TAME A WILO-CAT
Mr. Dodson Warns Against Use
of Treacherous, Dangerous
Calomel salivates! It's mercury.
Calomel acts like dynamite on a slug
gish liver. When calomel comes into
contact with sour bile it crashes into it,
causing cram ping and nausea.
If you feel bilious, headachy, consti
pated and all knocked out, just go to
your druggist and get a bottle of Dod
son's Liver Tone for a few cents which
is a harmless vegeable substitute for
dangerous calomel. rake a spoonful and
if it doesn't stat4 your liver and
straighten you up V ter and quicker
than nasty calomel and without making
you sick, you just go back and get your
If you take calomel today you'll be
sick and nauseated tomorrow; besides,
it may salivate you, while if you take
Dodson's Liver Tone you will wake up
feeling great, full of ambition and ready
for work- or play. It's harmless, pleas
ant and safe to give to children; they
Quick improvement Is Noted After A Few
Doses of ZIRON Iron Tonic,
Increase in appetite, the coming back
of strength, disappearancd of headaches
and other ills, are a few of the many
good results obtained front the use of a
new remedy (Ziron Iron Tonic).
Mr. Sitm Grimsley, of Cordele, Ga.,
tried Ziron and has this to say:
"When ! began to take Ziron, it seemed
that my whole system was run-down
but soon after I began to take Ziron,
could eat more each day and would feel
a great deal better. Ever since it seens
that my health has been improving, as I
seldom have the ladache or feel bad
the least bit."
Ziron is a new scientific combinatior
of pure md:icinal inorganic iron, com
bined with phspi:Crus, thi active prin
ciple oi mux vonmica and the lypopho;
phites of limc al soda. It w% ill help tr
add more red cCrpuscs to your blood,
resulting in more color in yom cheeks -
more vitality in your system.
Try Ziron today; on the nioney-baci
Your Blood Needs
Ma ny thousands of
w om en 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 from Mrs. Z.V. Spell,,
of Hayne, 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 othier reme
dies, Dr. - had us
g~et Cardul. . ,,I began
improving, and it cured
me. I know, and my
doctor knows, what Car
dul did for me, for my
nerves and health were
The Woman's Tonic
She writes furtherr 'q
am in splendid health .. .
can do my work. I feel I
owe it to Cardul, for I was
Ina dreadful condition."
If you are nervous, run.
down and weak, or suffer
from headache, backache,
etc., every month, try
Car d ul. Thousands of
women praise this 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 medl-.
cine. Think what it means
to be in splendid health,
like Mrs. Spall. Oive
-Cardul a trial
'I'ARDIEU'S VIE WS
, 4)N DEFEiAT TiREATrY
Frenchmtitan Declares It WIts Political
('aIpatgn t oindiucted, for APolliteni
-Paris, March 25.-Commenting on
the rejection of the Versailles treaty
by the United States Senate, Captain
Andre Tardieu, writing in IIllustra
"It was a political campaign con
ducted for a political aim by politi
cal means. The sin was to deprive
President Wilson and the Democratic
'party of power; the means were nega
tive expectancy during the negotia
tions, assault after the signature of
"llowever the treaty of Versailles
remains integrally in force and the
League of Nations remains constitut
ed. No matter how great the regret
one feels at the absence of the United
States, nothing is lacking in the fight
of either the treaty or the League of
Nations to live and function."
With reference to the guarantee to
-Francei 'against uniwa'rranted attack
by Germany necessistating obeyance
owing to the non-ratification of the
lritish, American and French pact,
Captain Tardieu say:s
"While France deeply regrets the
collapse of the treaty, it is no time
to forget services rendered. France
recollects 2,200,000 soldiers and 15,
000,000,000 francs loaned at a time
when neutral markets were c:-osed to
us; 400,000 tons of shipping placed at
our disposal and thousands of tons of
wheat, assuring bread for 11,000,000
"France remembers that if Maarshal
Foch was able to conceive and exe
cute the offensive of July 1918, it was
due to the 300,000 American soldiers
reaching France monthly.
"If, owing to non-ratification of the
American, 'British and French pro
tective treaty France aftetr fifteen
years of occupation along the 11 hine
hta:- no other gtarantee of security
than the occulpation of the left bail:
of te ine trideh ead, stch occut
pationi might be prolonigeif 1it i I
ara:ntee 'exist, whether they are oh
it ned thro I t hlI e o lmiia into force
1of1 the .\morican, Biritish and F'rench
past or otheri equivalotnl giuarantees.
IN -.AS'l i:lIcI'iJ.:
IDallsonll eseribes the Sufferlim, and
IDiseasi-Riidden ('ountries of Europe,
P'aris, Alarch 28.---lIenry 1'. Davi
on,ol chairman of the League of RIed
Cross Sncietles, sketched to a gather
ing of newspaper correspondents to
day the terrible conditions prevailine:
in central anl eastern i'utrope.
"I have a telegram from Poland
today" sald Mr. Davison, "telling me(
there are 230,000 cases of typhus in
that country itself. I think one may
say for the most part they are with
out anything like adequate attention.
There is lack of -doctors, of medical
supplies and of hospitals.
"A ship has just arrived at a Bat iC
port fronm lussia with 700 r'efttgees.
amtonig them fifteen generalIs and
mtany women. Nutmerotus typhuts eases
bteintg ab)oard( t'he shut, the t'efutgees
were tnot allowed to land. They had
prevOW itusly b)(een refused tpermtiss iont to
dIisembatitrk at othet' potts and thr ee
mtotre siips similart'ly laden at'e on the'
way. The Red (Cross has been trying
to establiish lifteen hiundored mtile cot'
(lonl ftromt the Vial tic to the lBlack Sea
aga ist. pestilence. Fut her' east this
is itup~ossile with the prteset auithiot
ity and~ facilities of the Redl Cross.
"'In lontetnegro fout' dloctor's arie
trtyinzg to look after mtot'e thtani -120,000(
pe rsotns. Somte coutrties, witicht are
quite rich atnd ,well to dio, tscht as
Cze'cho-Slovakia, atre int exttremte wiantI
of' med icalI sitppi es. For themt it is
no) '0 "tuet'ion of mioney, hut t.of obt aitt
ing ,whtat thtey want atnd havitng it
''"The work of relief in ('en It'al
Nitrope is of a tmagituditte too grt't0
for the redo cr'oss leagtue attd tmutst be
dlotte by thte aid of the alliled govern
ments, If the gov',erntments will sup..
ply time futtdamental elettents
food, clothing, and transpor't--the Red
Cr'oss L1eagute is willlitg to appteal to
thte wvorld for' volunteer doctotrs andi
nitrtses, fot'rtmedical supplies1 an itd dlie
ary foodis. We can suppt~ly or'ganiza
tiont antd thtese mtedical t'equirements,
hut c'antnot suppt~ly food, clothting and
trtansttor't. That must lbe done by tite
Thle questiont is alrteadly bteing con
sideredl by thte council of the L-eague
of Nations, The lettet' oft'rthutr J.
'Valfourt, as prtesidentt of the enutncil,
appealing to the Red Cross Leagute
to end the suffeing of central and
easltrn Eitrope, htas been apprtoved by
(te League of INations Counell, whlmicht,
it is und~etstOod, will take til thte sub
Habitual Constipaitlon Cured
in 14 to 21 Days
"LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially
prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Hatbitual
Conistipation. It relieves promptly but
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
to induce regular action. It Stimulates and
Regulates A Very Pleasant to Take, 60c
per bot tle
MOlE CENSUtE FOl
Two Naval Officers Testify of Unpre
paredness of Navy Wlen, War Com.
Washington, 'March 26.-Two naval
ofilcers, Rear Admiral C. -P. Plunkett
and Captain J. K. Taussig, testified
today before the senate investigating
committee that for two years plrior
to the United States entrance into the
war Secretary Daniels steadfastly re
fused to approve an increase In the
personnel and the navy department
generally attempted to suppress re
ports of manpower shortage. During
the war both Admiral Plunkett and
Captain Taussig served with the At
lantic fleet destroyer force, the form
or as commander.
Admiral 'Pluincett declared "he
argued wih Secretary )aniels on the
.;ersonnel quest ion for two years with
out, making an impression." Captain
Taussig said the navy department's
attitude regarding personnel was "one
of unpreparedness rather than pre
paredness."' The recommendation of
Admiral )ewey as head of the gen
eral board for a large increase in en
listed strength 'was turned down, said
Asked regarding the condition of
the fleet in April 1917, Admiral Plne
kett said the ships in 1commission
were in as "good condition as can be
expected" but shortage of men and
constant changes in gun crews had
greatly interferred with gunnery ef
fleiency and had prevented sending to
sea manys hips which should have
been in fNmil commission.
The United S'tates and not Ger
many would be Iyaying indemnitles
now if this country had faced Oer
many on the sea in 191-1, Admiral
Plutinkett declared. Ite added inni
dentally that the Germans by thel.
suluerior gunnery "1tirned tle -lrit
ish1 onl thir hleads" at the !! f
The committee will not melot. to
mor.row liut .lmiiday it vill hear Rear
',!mirh ! 11. T \n vo, who coymanti
("I the I'l'it S ates fileet ditring ti
war. and Roaur Admiral .\. W. G.rant,
fornmnr conmandler of a bttl '
m it of the Atlante fi lt.
Urang's Tasteiess caill Tonic
restores vitality and energy by purifying and U.N.
riching the blood. You can s'oon feel its Strength.
ening. Invigorating Effect Pico GOc.
Take notice that on the 20th day of
'April, .1920, -1 will render a final ac
count of my acts and doings as Ad
rninistratrix of tle estate of W. 'W.
Madden, deceased, in the office of the
Judge of Probate of Laurens county, at
1-1 o'clock a. m. and on the same day
will apply for a final discharge from
my trust as Administratrix.
Any person indebted to said estate
Is notliled and required to make pay
inent on that' date; and all 'persons
having claims against said estate will
present them on' or before- said date,
duly proven or be forever 'barred.
MRS. LAAU-R& MADDIN,
March 17, 1990M 35-5t-A
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occupies an unchallenged position American market and the demand
of leadership in the field of five
passenger cars. ing day.
our experience as manu-,
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shpandepwered with unourl
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