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It Chases Out "The Blue Devils"
Pepsi-Cola is lively-full of smiles and
laughter. It goes bubbling down your parch
ed and grouchy inner man and puts new life
there. It chases out the "Blue Devils" that
indigestion breeds and sends your old arch
enemy, uric acid, limping away.
If isn't ? medicine-but it does the work of
the best medicine in that it helps you to digest
the food you have eaten. It has Pepsin,
Phosphoric Acid, Fruit Juices and carbonated
distilled water. *%
Ask your doctor-he knows.
Crown gbod for premiums or 2$c for 150
St all. fountains and in bottles.
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Picola Bottltag WoA
- i'Sfe?? ' OPERATED BY . .>;.V;
; : ? ' > ANDERSON ICE ?0.
"What Has Been Accomplished by the Mu*
tua! Benefit in Last Decade."
;-'?..:'' (Courant, February, 1916.)
. . ' /f?wW has been aedomplished during the decade up to'
' and including the present, y ear in the way df concessions to
policyholders and in strengthening thc Company's position, it
may.not be amiss to- state briefly as follows :
In 1907 the Mutual Benefit still further liberalized for.
. both'old and new policies, its non-forfeiture system adopted
in 1879 and modified in 1895 and l9oo.
In. 1908 the Company established a "Suspended Mortality
? Fund," .which relieves the Company of the necessity of '
changing* its dividend scale to meet fluctations in death
,. hasses from year to year. .
\\'": la 19?9 tjie Company increased iis dividend scale for
\ f9to and declared a special dividend of $675,ooo; pay
able in 4910, in additon to the increased dividend.
ii In; 1910 Ute Company established a "'Real Estate De
preciation Fund." ..</.'
In ?911 it established a ."Security Fluctation Fund" and
v made ? further increase in its divivdend scale ifor 1912.
In . 1912 the Company established higher reserves for ,
policies ?5sued pror to 1900, and provided that thereafter
thc loan and surrender values of such policies should be
based upon such high reserves.
^7??; i9?t 3 the Company -'declared, a- special dividend of.
iwpyiooo in addition, to the regular dividend.
; ?^ri vi9t4 the Company declared a special dividetfd^- of
$861,000 in addition to'the reguair dividend, and adopted ah
increased dividend s&l?-for the ^yearv t9t 5/ whichr ? m^v
.;?r?aj>edE scale will be maintained In I9t6. -,.
-^In 1916 the Company has deiirtire^ a' special dividend
of #1,156,978 In addition to the regular dividend sched
.. M. !& ^TT?S^^ Agent, j "> ?,
C W. WEBB, District Agent. . X.
LOCAL DENTIST ONE
TO SOLICIT FUNDS TO MAIN
TAIN HOSPITAL IN
In the European War Have Been
Great Owing to the Mode*
The National Dental association
through thc American National com
mittee are asking thc aid of all the
humane people of the United States?
in tho building nf a specie! Americas
Hospital In Paris for soldiers wound
ed in the fabo and Jaw. Dr. W. W*.
Chisholm is one of a committee of
four covering the Southern states and
he wishes to enlist the support and
interest or not only every citizen in
Anderdon but throughout the state
of South Carolina.
Your help is n??ded in the great
work of restoring horribly mutilated
human brothers to the semblance ot
human beings. Tn oe first twelve
months of the war, the official re
porta show 0,490,000 wounded. In
this terrible sum of human . Msery
there has been little time to think of
It is comparatively nm hing -that
part of a man's face is> shot away. If
his life is not in donger, he must
leave the hospital as Boon as possible
to make room for a new victim.
Although because of the character
of trench warfare, tbe number of fa
cial wounds hoe been in proportion
for greater than in any other war,
the - accommodations as to hospital
space are badly lacking. After first
treatments, they are now crowded
out 'because the room is all--Impera'
tively necessary in the never-ending
hattie to save life. The consequence
! IS '.that at the close of the war a
heroic young man may go out into
i the world in possession of bis
strength and all his faculties, but
with so revolting an appearance that
people shrink from -him on the street.
Noses are blown off; cheek bones
I crushed, upper jaws caved in 'and
? lower jaws shot away, but there is
[no time for any treatment except to
' prevent infection. . With few excep
tions, .the delicate rebuilding work
must, be. entirely neglected. -, Hiere
ls no time, no place. One yoting
mau was brought hack from tbe fir
ing-line, with nothing to /show that
ho" bad ever- had a face excepting twp
"slits';under the" eyebrow/, and. a few
teeth in tho. .lower-; Jaw.. .Where his
face had hoon, w&8 what looked: like
tho crater of some horrible volcano,
but he ? was so accustomed to such
mutilation that bo was hanpy that he
still had his sight.
Now. the National Dental associa
tion with tho cooperation of the
American Medical association want
to make a place for tr ve treatment of
these'mutilated soldiers so that when
thfs '.horrible war la over; these brave
and .-loyal young men can he sent back
Into, the world with nothing but. nj
few scars"to thow. and with.a, little!
! help from you, this, can be done.
J The committee has printed pho
tographs if -owing these wounds be
fore and after they have been .treated
hy Dr. Morestin, tho famous racial
surgeon, who has hean called "the
sculptor, bf human flesh." It was
decided by the committee that* ' the
"before" were . too Rightful to be
sent.-broadcast through the country,
but Dr. Chitfiolm has these photo
graphs' and will be. glad to show them
to anyone who cares io see.
The. greatest facial surgeons'in'the
world baye contributed' their services
to' this hospital to be established in
Paris forv the treatment of these
wounded soldiers. Tho French war
office has offe red a suitable building.'
lip* American ?zA, Cross will.supply
.disinfectants, guaze,' bandages, cot
ton, and other hospital supplies. It
baa also given $2,000 in cash and may
be ot future assistance. - v
For each $20.000 tho committee, can
establish ? and maintain one hundred
beds. Even one hundred beds will
do a great work. > Five hundred will
Won't you help, ff even only: a lit
tle? ?< ?
Any contribution you core to make
to thia-'.Institution, pend to. Dr. w;
W. Chisholm and he wM forward lt
j l?w<wait>tt*aliT' fen? jjitt traaniiMf Af ijiio
committee, for ! the Special American
hospital in Parla for wounds of the
face and Jaw. *
!: ; Dr. Chisholm will ho glad to tell
any one who may bo hi teres ted, moro
cf this contemplated! work of the Na>
t ional Cental association and also
show the pictures, specimen of tho
? wonderful work that Dr. Morostln
||U?t-- his associates . offers to do In
thin hospital. -^-Contributed.
? OF RUSLEE'S REJECTION
Hollis Wants Jitter of Defeat
t ' ?
(By Associated Press)
Washington. May 17 .-Senator
Holli* moved In executive'session to
e>y to reconsider tb? vote by whidh
the nomfcation of George Roblen aa
?f&ember ortho federal t rade com
mission was rejected. No vote;will
ho taken on. the Hollis motion until
' The ?yeto cftsrii? fin?Tthe Wan*
A? fee Best fcedhnn ol
TO MOTHER? THEN
Atlanta, May 17.-A coroner's Jury
yeaterday afternoon Returned a ver
dict cf suicide th Une* case of M?BS
Eleanor Van Valkenburgh, who shot
herself to death Sunday night at a
local hotel.. The tragedy according
to the police was tho outgrowth of
a love affair. Tho body was carried
to the Huntsville, Ala., home of the
girl yest .. Jay morning by her broth
T?:e coroner's Jury before render
ing Its verdict held an executive ses
sion to determine whether tho last
letters of the girl should be opened.
They were found on a table in Miss
Van Valkenburgh's room and wcro
marked, "perkoiial." It was decided
not to open the letters ofter hearing
from an Atlanta lawyer, acting as a
friends of tho family, who appealed
to the Jury not to open them.
The letter? ' wero addressed to an
Atlanta traveling man whom, it is
stated, the girl was to T.iave met herc
Sunday. The fact that ho did not
keep his appointaient la believed to
have ca "Vea the girl to take her
life. . I
A patnetic feature In connection
with tho trftgedy ls that the giri,
shortly beforo she took 'her life, wont
to a Whitehall street department1
store, where , her family has an ac- [
count, .tfnd' .carefully pelected foin*
expensive morning gowns- with the
necessary . black trimmings" These
Bbc ordered expressed to her mother
in order that tho latter might make
a choice of the. garments. j
Prior to her death the' girl talked
to friends of her unrequited love. |
. " .'
SAW WILL IN DREAM j
Woman Has Vision of Document In
Old Home and Discovers lt.
(Llgonier. Pa.-, Dispatch to Pitts
burg Post.) j&" I
Through ihe medium^of a dream
(Mrs...HenryvW. Ware, widow of hte
postmaster in ' Williams, near here,
who' was believed to have died ln?
testate, found tho will left by him.
When a 'thorough search failed to
disclose a will following Mr. Ware's
death, recently preparations were
made to appoint an administrator
and appraise the estate. Before this
step had ?been-taken, however, Mrs.
Ware had a realistic dream, In which
she Baw her husband's will In ber
old home in Hypdman.
Convinced that she would find tho
will, Mrs. , V"\re? went there and dis
covered the uoenment among old pa
pers. The witnesses had forgotten
the will's existence, but they recog
nized tho'r signatures. The will
leaves.1 the entire estate to Mrs.
Ware. . w I
If Mixed with Sulphur it Darif
% cns so Naturally Nobody
Grandmother kept her hair beauti
fully darkened, glossy and attractive
wltn a br?.w of -Sage Tea and .Sul
phur. Whenever her hair, took on
that- dirHv faded ' or streaked opeor
ancQ, this simple mixture was applied j
with wonderful effect. By asking at<
any drug store for "Wyeth's 8age and.
Sulphur Compound," you will get a j
large bottle'of this, old'time recipe,
improved'by the addition of other in
gredients, all rady tor .use, for about
no cents. Thia r.impie mixture- can
be depended upon - to rettore natural
color and beauty* to. the .hair.
A well-known '.. downtown ' druggist
says everybody uses Wyeth's Sage and
Sulphur Compound npw -because St
darkens so naturally and evenly'that
nobody can tell lt hos been applied.
it's so fe?sy t'? ase, too. You 'simply
dampens, a cdt ?a; or soft brush and
draw It through your. hair,, taking 'one
strand, pt. a, time. 'By morning the
grayjhair disappears; after another
application or ' two, it, is" restored tp
its natural color and looks glossy, soft
and beautiful. Thia preparation is a
delightful toilet requisite. It ls not
intended for. the cure, mitigation or
prevention of disease
W??i ~r~" ~
Tb .cook with is the moat
convenient : fuel; to fee
And it ?a tli? cheaper?
too when the bast fc?* of thought
astd attention, ia given iL
Try it for awhile, and
mfwill Vk? iL .' Tbcw are meaty
uilhBi?? aean o? ga? Sn An&r*
Ssestt the hath room wish,
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different places the Bell l^wl^?k
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our happiness. We can ll ii u?L
call any of them, day pr ^ J?j
night, and hear them as
well as if they were right
uVery often one of the: giris calls me by Long
Distance and we have a pleasant visit of five minutes
for more. You'd be surprised to know how little it?
costs as compared with th? joy and-satisfactioni?^^
<4Wh?ri any;pf the granclchiIdren are. sick and I
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.^eie^hqiie a?;d talk7 without moving -fro
Often I can giv^ advice and direction that sav:es lots
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