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JK^L-PytN ts A HOM E lNOLrj_\^
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A fellow CAN live almost anywhere!
For instance, some live in caves, some in the
desert, some in hot, congested districts and all of
them get away with it SOMEHOW!
That "SOMEHOW" is the pivot. All depends
upon YOUR definition of it! If it means satisfac
tion to live on hot crowded streets, indifference to
sanitation, lack of shade and natural beauty, then
the Somehow spells mere Existence.
But if it means a roomy lot, flowers and fruit,
modern conveniences, and luxuries, cool lawns,
and a public park, good water, beautiful homes,
and good neighbors, THEN the "SOMEHOW"
means real living!
Folks LIVE up in North Anderson !
hf ade From Rich Cream
And It Tastes It
Bring Us Your Thirst
The Flavor To
Suit Your Favor
Soda That Makes
Your Mouth Water
THE FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH
SWEETS FOR TrJE SWEET
I. Make your impression lasting with a box of NUNNALLY'S Chocolates or Bon-Bons.
mU the daintiest sweets of the expert candy maker's are packed In a box of NUNNALLY'S.
The Owl Drug Qo.
INVITE GRAND LODGE
K. OP P. TO ANDERSON
INVITATION WILL BE EX
TENDED WEDNESDAY BY
GEN. M. L. BONHAM
CHANCES ARE GOOD
For Securing Next Grand Ladge
for ThU City-In Session
in Orangeburg Now.
Th*' (?rand I .edp,o Knights of Py
thias, which Is bein); luid thin week
lu tho city ot Orangcburg. will bc
invited to hold the next annual meet
ing in Anderson, lt is believed that
the ? ity has excellent chances for se
curing thc meeting.
Capt. lt. J. Hairier of the entertain
ment committee of thc chamber of
commerce, yesterday, through the sec
retary of the chamber of commerce,
requested Gen. M. L. Bonham*, chair
man of tills committee, who ls at
tending the Knights Of Pythias gath
ering, to extend the Grand Lodge ?in
incitation to meet in Anderson next
Cen. Bonham stated later in the day
that he would present the invitation
from Anderson on Weduesdfty, and
that be had great hope:; lt would be
accepted. For two years now the
Grand Lodge has been meeting In the
lower part of the State, ami there
seems to bu a general feeling thut it
is about timo for a session to be held
in the upstate i
The invitation io the C.rand Lodge,
to meet next year in Anderson is
extended by the local lodge- und the
chamber of commerce Jointly.
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? YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. ?
At Detroit 4; Washington 0.
At Cleveland 4; Philadelphia 5.
At Chicago 5; New York 4.
At St. I .uni.; i; Boston 3.
At Boston 1; Chicago ?.
Others postponed gp account of rain
and wet grounds...
At St. Louis 2; Baltimore 1.
At Kansas Clt> 2; Newark 1.
At Chicago 4; Buffalo 3; fourteen
At Pittsburgh-Brooklyn; postponed
on account of rain.
South Atlantic League.
At Augusta 2; Jacksonville 4.
At Savannah 1; Macon 2.
At Charleston 1; Columbus 0.
At Columbia 0; Albany 3.
At Atlanta 3: Nashville 7.
At Birmingham 2; Little Rock 1.
At Memphis 4; New Orleans 3; ten
At Chattanooga-Mobile; not sche
MR. W. ii. B?RGBSS DEAD
Passed Away at His l?ente in Simpson
Mr. W. G. Burgess died S'.mday af
ternoon at his home. In tho Simpson
Mill section of the county. He had
been in bad .health for tbe past year
and for six weeks prior to his death
was in a critical condition.
He was 70 years ot.age. Only nine
days ago his wife'died, after an ill
ness of some time. They had been
married for some years, and it was
their.deaire to leave this life at the
Mr. Burgess served throughout the
Civil War and was a gallant soldier.
Comb Sage Tea in
Lifeless, Gray Hair
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If Mixed With Sulphur it Darkens
So Naturally Nobody Can
Grandmother kept her hair beauti
fully darkened, flossy and abundant
with a brew of Sago Tea and Sulphur.
Whenever her tialr fell out or took on
that dull, faded appearance, this sim
ple mixturo was applied with wonder
ful effect. By asking at any drug
store for "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur
Compound," you wl'l g't a large bot
tle-of this old-lime recipe, ready fo
use, for about 50 cents. This simple
mixture can be depended upon to re
store natural color and beauty to tho
hair and ls spiendld for dandruff, dry,
itchy scalp and falling hair.
A well-known downtown druggist
saya everybody uses Wyeth's Sage
and Sulphur, because-lt' darkens no
naturally and evenly that nobody can
tell it has been applied-lt's so easy
to use, too. You simply dampen ?
comb or soft brush snd draw it
through your hair, taking one strand
at a time. By morning the gray
hair disappears; after another appli
cation or two, it is stored to Ita nat
ural color and looks' glossy, soft and
Pres. D. ?. Johnson. Rock HUI. 8. C.
Lame back ls usually due to rheu
matism of the muscles of the back.
Hard working people sro most likely
to suffer from lt. Relief may bo had
by massaging the back with Chamber
Ism's Liniment two or three times
djiy. Try lt. Obtainable everywhere,
Five Things Y ou Have a Right \
To Expect In Your Corset
First-that it feels comfortable
Second-that it wears well
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Third-that it giv?s a graceful
Fourth-that it holds its shape
Fifth-that it conforms to the
All there things we offer you in
Fro L? Say
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And in the personal service of
our Corsetiere you are assured of
a perfect fitting ! Come and see
the splendid values we're offering
$3.50, $5.00 and $8.00
Mrs. B. Graves Boyd
Exclusive Agent for McCall Patterns.
In the Spring a young
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-get your girl
We also Carry a beautiful line
of wedding gifts for JUNE BRIDES
Walter H. Reese ls? Co