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TUESDAY, Utl. J?l, i?i?.
-IF" li So many tnings nave oeen, aim aie, written entirely from the standpoint of the man! So much so, in fact, that a gentle ripple of surprise ran thru the world of women, when it was Ij learned that Kipling's famous "If" had been parodied by a woman. Why . not? "If" seems so particularly and peculiarly a feminine word?or j. should be. Helen Adelaide Roylands seems to think accordingly, and in her poem says with all due apologies to Kip- A I Jf? Iv ' il . Tyt' - Where Business De Service Station, T1 This B OUR h - w < . On the busy side of the business man fii and the savings d come, there you w ers B; It is a building of c side you will alwa^ welcc As the outside is pi will satisfy yoi ' N V, PLANTER Abbevill it . F ' -r, - . .. ' 4 I A B (Illi&ToToTO ) p y? lt ^. S^PEJ ng: I you can win a husband without trying And make him think that he's the prize?not you; F you can trust him?when you know he's lying, And never even let him know you knew; f you can wait, and wait?and keep, on waiting, And greet him when he comes, with smiling eyes, ind listen to the old equivocating, * mands a Central here We Placed EOlk. IOME the square where ids it convenient epositor likes to ill find the PlantFmk. io\d brick but inre find a warm >me. easing the inside i for all time. \ ' S BANK, ' e, S. C. J \ c Provld Prepare for sudden Fa snaps and conserve you supply. The portable Perfects Heater makes heat av; when and where need the quantity required. Clean, safe, sootless, odorle: nomical?burns ten hours on of kerosene. Used in over 3, homes. Aladdin Security Oil gives suits. At your dealer's. STANDARD OIL^COM (New Jersey) Washington, D. C. BALTIMORE, MD. C'n Norfolk, Va. Chnrlei Richmond. Va. Cha ?E ^FECTl )/7 Heater. loo wise. J 1 If you can love him, myius shave or j collar, If you can cook?when cooking's 1 not your aim; I If you can count on every single dollar, < And go on being "thankful" just the same; ] If you can hear the earnest words j you've spoken ] Twisted to make them sound ab- j surd, Or see your dearest hopes and idols j broken, * ] And never, never say a single ] word; * \ If you can make one heap of your il- ^ lusions, ' And risk them on one man, to j stand or fall? And finding all your fair dreams de- ^ lusions. Can still declare that he was worth it all; ^ If you can force your heart, and ] nerves and sinew, To keep a smiling face until the end, And never show what thoughts are ! seething in you, And seem to feel the joy that you pretend; ' x If you can have your say and keep quiet, And never lose your gentle little , "touch," ! If you can hide his weakness or deny . And other men don't interest you much; . If you can spend each day and hour i and minute In pleasing him?and never make a blunder, , Well, matrimony's yours for what there's in it; And?what is more?my girl, you'll be a wonder! W \ vv wvw \VV\ v V s. DUE WEST. \ V (The A. R. Presbyterian.) V v V Rev. R. T. Kerr brought up several ladies from Bradley to the Missionary Union. i Mr. ahd Mrs. J. W. Sharpe, accompanied by Mrs. W. H. Davis, motored to Anderson last Saturday. Mr. Shuler, of Orangeburg, has bought from Mr. Jno. Winn, the four acre lot on North Depot street. ( guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Kennedy. Miss Lois McDonald was the guest for some days of Miss Eleanor Todd. ' ' \ lent 11 cold U LUCU ;| . g I )n Oil ^ iilable, | ed, in^ ; j| ss, eco- | a gallon j 1 UUU,UUU | ||j best re- fj PANY i *-i arJotte, N. 0. < ston, W. V... rleston.S. C. . i laddin ity Oil ;??j ~~ T !* i '" '.?] ON' ..- J S sI 1 She left on Monday for Winnsboro. tiiss McDonald took a course last rear in Columbia University, N. Y. Mr. Fowler of Fairfield county, las bought the McAuley home on up>er main street and will move here vith his family. We are glad to wel:ome this new family to our town. Mrs. Janie B. Smith and children, lelen and Bruce, who have been visitng for several weeks at Mrs. W. W. McDill's left last week for their home it St. Petersburg, Fla. Miss Jennie Chalmers and Mrs. Lilie Williams from Terrell, Texas, also eft, the former for Jacksonville, Fla., to visit their niece there, and ;he latter for her home in Texas. We are glad to say that Capt. R. H. Armstrong, who has been quite sick is better. Captain Armstrong returned recently from a visit of some length to kindred at Belfast, Tenn. He very much enjoyed the visit and the kindness of the people. Captain Armstrong is nearirig his four score years. He saw hard and honorable service in the Civil War. Miss Ellen Caldwell died at Statesirille, N. C., Monday morning at 7.10 She is the youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Caldwell. cat r nr t d ccat c MnArfb VI * ? UbmrfiJi . Columbia, Oct. 20.?A Statewide conference of the campaigners and workers in the approaching Christ Seal sale of the South Carolina Tuberculosis Association has been colled by Mrs. F. S. Munsell, state campaign manager, for Saturday, November 1, in this city. All of the county chairmen and their chief lieutenants have been asked to be present and the campaign for the sale of the little seals will be gone over dnd the details mapped out. .Dr. Charles T. Bayliss, one of the most noted physicians of the nation and a pioneer in the fight on tuberculosis, will be sent to Columbia for the meeting by the National Tuberculosis Association, of which the South Carolina Tuberculosis association is a branch. Dr. Bayliss has had a wide experience in the fight on tuberculosis and is a lecturer of note. He has recently spent four months in the West lecturing on the "Reconstruction* of the World." He has drawn great crowds wherever he has spoken. N Mrs. Munsell said today that at the district meeting of the Federation of nr*? 1__* -x TI . i . tt vuicn s uuds at naiesDurg last week a resolution endorsing the sale of the Christmas seals was enthusiasAustin-Perrin Drug Co. Dr. George Penny and Dr. J. H. Austin in charge ___\ ? 18 cents a package Camels are sold every whert ally sealed packages of 20 < te$ packages (200 cigarette ine-paper-covered carton, recommend this carton for office supply, or whfn you ti R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACC< Wic?ton-Sal?m, N. I tically adopted and the club women promised to buy liberally of the little weapons in the fight on the great white plague. REGISTERED CATTLE AND # REGISTERED BABIES Horses and cattle breeders owning blooded stock do not ian to nave their animals "registered." It adds to their value and is therefore justly regarded as highly desirable. Contrasting this attitude with that of many careless parents, the Public Health Service gives the following reasons why Baby's birth sho'uld be registered. 1*. To establish identity. 2. To prove nationality. ~ 3. To prove legitimacy. J Free Suj With every pur CASH, we are \ Pound of the Best Now is your cha . We carry a com] Groceries, Dry Gc Blankets, Hardw; Amos B. SOUTH C . ST AT I At Col .... Octobei ( Reduced Fares on all Rallrc Monday: Great Fiel !% Show by Soldiers ? Tuesday: "Legion E the South Carolir Wednesday: South Horse Racing Ev( ' Thursday: The C CLEMSON Foott Don't miss any of the gi Greatest Poultry Show in tl hibit by the Government si peuee and war. Exhibition Clemson College Cadets. ' fine Cattle and Hogs ever si Kmuss aggregation of 20 s tfjW < tobaccos ar desire you ( such univer ^0^ enjoyment call them a If you'd lik -rjflflSTff* nor ieavt? jjgBrapB^^ , aftertaste o odor, smc hunger for cigarette th cigarette " some Camel / Camels' exp i in ?eien'ij!e>? delightful q cigarettes; or personal teS "w."?<,o'g^ Cigarettes ; the homa or yOU ever SI raveA made to mei 3 company prefer therr ^ bacco smok Compare C satisfaction the world a r"' ' v wmammmmmummmmmm * 4. To show when the child has tne ngni to enter scnooi. 5. To show when the child has the right to seek employment under the child labor law. 6. To establish the right of inheritance to property. 7. To establish liability' to military duty, as well as exemption therefroM. " . '!! fi Tn oaf n hi i all fha ricfW. tn vntp. 9. To" qualify to hold tiile to, and to buy or sell real estate. 10. To establish the right to hold * public office. v"' 11. To prove the age at which the into. - * marriage contract may be entered . 12. To make possible statistical ' studies of health conditions gjar Free chase of $10.00 giving away One Granulated Sugar. nee to get Sugar, ple.te line of Heavy >ods, Shoes, Hatr, are, and Seeds. Morse Co. , . !;i . ~',X AROLINA ! FAIR ... ' lumbla r 27-31. . iads. Ask Your Ticket ftg?nt d Day and Wild West from Camp Jackson. )ay", First meeting'of in T .pen on of Honor. Carolina's Greatest mts. lassie CAROLINA>all Game. eat features of the Fair, iie State's History. "Big exio\ving nation's strength in drill by picked company of The greatest showing of Ben in South Carolina. The ? hows. Wonderful free acts. S. "\ / , i 3' expert blend of choice i and choice Domc-siic lswers every cigarette . ; iver had! Gaxcl3 Q'ivD : sal delight,such unusual and satisfaction yru'l! cigarette revelation 1 e a cigarette that does i iy unpleasant cigaretty ir unpleasant cigaretty )ke Camels! If you a rich, mellow-mild at has all that desirable body"?well, you get Is as quickly as you can! ert blend makes ail this uality' possible. Your it will prove that Camel are the only cigarettes m^ked that just seem et your taste! You will i to either kind of toed straight! amels lor quality and with an}' cigarette in t any price! Yf