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HOW TO TAKE
OFF THAT FAT
See what a difference a few pounds make
Let “SAN-GRI-NA” *how yo« how you can easily and
•afely loose 5 to 6 POUNDS A WEEK.
It's Simply Wonderful !
Why do you look funny and much older than you really are* Why do you
£et over heated, ao red tn the face ar.d uncomfortable? Why it it your clothe*
you may have tn take it a little longer. but when SAN-GRI NA ii u*ed a* pnr
direction#. THERE IS NO CHANCE FOR FAILURE Get one box of SAN-GRI-NA
to-nay from your druggist and make this test: Weigh youraelf. Take two small
tablets before your meala. and watch the acale go down! Almost immediately after
tal.inf SAN-GRI-NA you will feel better and lighter —more pep. more ambition.
Your clothes will be more comfortable Your health will improve, and *n will your
rfXS.-PS. nos YOU HAVE BEEN FAT TfV) LONG NOW. Get
SAN GRI NA to day. IT IS GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY HARMLESS. Sold
with a money-hack guarantee.
ROTICE Since SAN-GRI-NA has been introduced In America, It ha* been
endoraed and »a u*ed bv American Physician*. Nuraea and Beauty Specialist*.
Dr Rudolph, former Health Commissioner, has issued a statement recommending it
to all fat people a* a po»iti?e, quick and harmless way to reduce.
On sale at Howard'*. C, T, Gotchlus A Bro., or I*and Drug Store.
/ A 12-in-one Cream
Applies my beat beauty help*
By Edna Wallace Hopper
In my yputh Cream aiona my ft
porta combine a doarn great beauty
The baate la an Ideal cream. Then
It contain* product* of both lemon
and atrawberry. Then all tha beet
modern aclenc* know* to foater and
feed to aoften and protect the akin
My marvelous complexion ahowa
• hat auch cream doea. My roay and
girltah complexion at my age. No
mere cold cream eould do that.
My Youth Cream cornea In two
type*—cold cream and vanishing. 1
•ae the cold cream aa a night cream
The vanishing cream day times aa a
powder base. So t’ .a cream la al.
ways on my face tj foater and pro
All toilet counters now offer that
Identical cream to you—Edna Wei
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Vo* gasp In admiration.
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never look right? Why do you puff and
feel all in? Why are your slender
friend* getting all the attention, and
you have to take a back seat? Because
YOU ARE TOO EAT! To-day to be a
success, a woman must be slender, at
tractive and full of pep. Competition
is keen all over, but more ao among
No matter how fat you are. nor how
many things yrfu halready tried to
reduce, and how many times you have
been disappointed, you cannot be worse
©fl than I was. hot years 1 was bur
dened with pounds anu pounds of fat.
1 suffered with high blood pressure. dit
toes*, weak heart, putting, and all the
troubles fat people know only top well.
I had tried everything sold to reduce,
but did not succeed. 'Then one day tn
Pans a friend told me about SAN CHI
NA—discovery of a well-known Frenelv
physician. I was afraid to take any
thing to reduce, and just like you to-day,
I hesitated. Finally I spoke of SAN
GRI-NA to my own family physician,
and he advised me to try it. I did. In
eight weeks I lost exactly S 3 pounds.
I never regained a pound. I am in the
beat of health and feel I must let all
fat people know about SAN-GRI-NA. as
it is the only thing which ever did me
any good, and I know of hundreds of men
and women in America to-day who could
tell you the same thing Many physi
cian* now are prescribing SAN-GRI-NA
not only to their patients, but to their
own immediate family.
If you want to lose only a few
pounds, vou will be * surprised how
quickly SAN GRI NA w«l! do It. If
you need to lose 50 pounds or more.
lac# Hopper s Youth Cream -at *oc
You will he ametrd to learn how
much a cream can do A cream with
multiple effects. Yet all these thing*
together coat no more fhan common
Mall this coupon for a sample to
try. My Beauty Book cornea with It,
I«ct It bring to you what It brings to
Youth Cream Free
Edna Wallace Hopper. 7J4
SS6 hake Shore Drive. Chicago.
I want to try Youth Cream.
Throw Him, Bronc
jm * Ms
Will Roger* ha* reversed the
UPUiil order of thing*. He has pre
sented a silk and studded nose-bag
to the broncho Jhat throws the most
rowboy* at the rodeo now being
held in New York. Bonnie McCar
roll, of Bfdse City, Idaho, is exhib
BEING HUSBAND TO A
Thc-ro died quietly, unostentatiously,
a few days ago, in a cloistered re
treat, the huab&nd of the second
greatest woman of England—John
waiter Cross, husband of the immor
tal "George Eliot.'
"The world forgetting, by the world
forgot," Cross liven, read, w'rote a
little, thought no doubt tremendously,
for 44 years in an oblivion almoht
ag complete as the gTave of hia great
Cross wrote, stimulated thereto by
the consciousness of the stupendous
vacuity left In British literature by
the death of George Elliot, a biog
raphy of the famous author, and some
articles on butdoor sports. Rut he
had long outlived th« memory of his
haloed association with the author of
"The Mill on the Floss," "Adam
Rede," 'Mlddlemarch." He was twen
ty-one year# younger than Marian
Evans—then calling herself Mary Ann
Evans Lewes—when George Eliot con
sented to marry hlrn, in 1880, the year
of her death.
About all that Cross achieved as
the husband of the greatest woman
writer In English, except the incom
parable Jane Austen, was to give her,
for all purposes of official biography,
a name. We recall, with a jog and a
jar. that we have to turn to "Cross.
Mary Ann Evans, *' to find her short
record in the biographical dictionaries.
Like so many men and women, her
real name is that of her "pen " We
know only "Anatole France" and
'"Voltaire" an<J "Dante"/and "Homer"
—and "George ElloL"
And yet Cross. though a score of
years younger than "George Kllot."
offered very generoualy, almost he
roically, his life and name aa a shield
and rtfuge to this great woman, then
being somewhat hounded by the
purists of her country. She had form
ed a connection with a distinguished I
Phloosopher and scientist. George .
Henry I,e«es. and considered herself :
and was considered by him. as hl«
wife. But England la—England: and |
she would have fared even worse In
our America There are a number
of tender minds at 111 who resent so I
bitterly this reversion to type and |
primitive rrlatlnnehlpa that they can
find no Intereet nor glimmer of Illu
mination In (leorge Eliot'* marvelous
But to Pros* himself the sacrifice
proved sufficiently heroic The glory
of Marian Evans or “George Eliot''
was too great and exclusive a “pri
vacy of glorious light'' for his name
or existence to be observed. He was
occulted In that stupendous glory and
Yet not altogether In vain “Her
husband." as the wise King Lemuel
writes In the “prophecy that his
mother taught him." "her husband Is
known In the gate*, when he sltteth
among the elders of the land''—ln
the books of biography and of litera
ture, where aeeker* after knowledge
find him—“the oblivion of a name."
. . . the husband of “George Ellof "
A reflected glory, but still a glory and
a halo of radiant fame.—Exchange.
• • •
SERVICE IN MEMORY OF MRS.
ALBERT M. VERDERY
(By R. C. Brittingham.l
Nearly evgry seat In the spacious
Sunday school auditorium of St.
.lames was occupied on the after
noon of last Wednesday, when
moat beautiful memorlnm service
was conducted by the Women’s
Christian Temperance Union to
commemorate the first anniversary
of Hie promotion their former lead
er. Clara Bridges Verdery to’ her
life eternal. Mra. W. E. Reeves.,
president of Richmond County Un
ion. presided tn her usual dignified
and inspiring manner. Several of
Mrs. Verdery'a favorite hymns
were sweetly sung. “The Chris
tians' Good Night" being rendered
by a selected trio from St. James
Mrs. Lamhack. a Ufe-lorg friend
of Mrs. Verdery. paid tribute to
her memory, by giving a short
aketch of her aaintly life In Au
gusta. a* an unselfish worker for
the good of her neighbor* and
friend*, who were many among
every walk of lire.
Mr*. 1-am back spoke of her
bright and nature and her
way of aympathieing, but not con
demning those who had fallen by
the wayaide. leading back to the
fold many of Hods chosen ones.
Speaker told of the occasion of
the celebration of the golden an
niversary In 1919. of the Christian
marriage of her and her beloved
companion, who had gone before
to prepare for her coming Mrs
Reeve* Introduced Rev. Hr. Sevier,
another neighbor and friend of
many year* of th# dear deceased.
Dr. Sevier raid tribute to her
memory usual inspirational
way. apeaklng of th* great good
which had been don* for God and
Hl* children by the life of this
good woman, who had lived
amongst us. that her work should
be continued after her raising out
to her reward. Pr Sevier said
though not one of hi* own flock,
she waa yet to him aa one of God's
grea'est *piritual gif:* to thl* city,
for what matter of what creed we
are a part, when we are all loving
and serving the same Christ our
Savior. The speaker said Mrs. Yer
dery was Indeed one of God’s good
found watching when the Master
On a table before the rostrum lay
number* of snowy blossom* of
God’s handiwork, silent tributes of
ths love of many beloved friend* of
th» woman whose c n»ecr*ted life
THE AUGUSTA HERALD, AUGUSTA, GA.
Thanksgiving Furniture Values
THIS IS THE QUEEN ANNE DESIGN—ENGLISH 18TH CENTURY STYLE “THE TURPIN."
6-Pc. Bed Room Suite TT ~T
In Gray and Blue Finiah —like illustration—only j j / | j / Jfd [~~~
there are 6 piece* instead of three. Beautiful - -^77 *
$3.95 Cash, $3.50 Week
j SELL fvc
Just rsceivcd a larye selec
tion o? Grand Rapids Bed
room, Dining Room and Liv
ing Room Furnitur* .
has been to them a joy and in
spiration to labor in the vineyard
for Him ’Who doeth all filings
well.’ After th* services these were
taken to the cemetery and placed
upon the mound, where hosts the
mortal remains of one who was so
dear to her friends.
May the memory of her unselfish
life of consecration and toil re
main as a guiding star to all our
people in their struggles for benefit
and betterment of the community
even unto the last.
We cannot say. and wo wilt no: say
That she is dead She is Just away!
With a cheery smile and a wave of
She has wandered into an unknown
And left us dreaming how very fair
It ne*d« must be, since she Ungers
Beautiful 9-Piece Dining Room Suite
Here are 9 beautiful pieces—Buffet, Extension Table, /fr gm £k
Large China Cabinet, Arm Chair, 5 Straight Chairs, m g| H|i
finished in American Walnut. Same suite, including t|/ Hj M •fF V
Server in either American or French Walnut, only K ZZIIZZI
s 2l9 .S°. 1 M
Special Thanksgiving Sale Price - - -
NEW STORE—IOIO BROAD STREET.
THE STRONGER SEX.
BY CYNTHIA GREY.
A girl can see a man unshaven
and still think he's handsome.
Bhe can *»c him in n bathing suit,
and stilt love him.
And she can meet him when he
has a cold In the head and yet not
lose her affection for him.
But just let him trip and fall
with her on a dance floor, and her
admiration for him is gone for
A man mat have been decorated
In the World War: he may be at
the top of his profession, but noth-
There’ll be company for dinner on Thanksgiving Day
and every housewife wants her dining room and living
room looking spic and span on that day. Let The Jones
Furniture Co. help you. Here are extraordinary values —
a small payment delivers any article in your home.
r gmm~ "' r7 ® iIB jj EC—LJI i|jj_|| I | ",
t i S_ jv
ing makes a woman feel so prrmd
of him as to have the head waiter
call him by name.
Tou can always jell how much a
girl is In love with her beau by the
length of time it takes her to dress
to go out with him.
• been go
ing with a man twenty-five years
old who does not know that I am
two years older than he Is. Now he
has asked me to marry him. and 1
am afraid that It l tell him I fibbed
to him about my age. and that I am
so old. he will not marry me. What
shall l do?—F,. G.
Tell him the truth. Two years'
difference in veur ages doesn't
matter at all. The fact that some
women fib about their ago is so
well known that It 1* almost con
sidered a Joke. But after this, make
$/| .50 CASH
3-Piece Cane Back Mahogany
Finish Living Room Suite to Your
Home. Settee, Rocker and Chair.
You Save Exactly $65.00
Suit* consists of thrae beautiful . _
Mahogany French pieces. Two Mk F H
chairs and Sofa. The sofa and wknl IP II 9111
chairs are roomy with deep softly s|r ■u m M Els w
cushioned seats. Arms and backs ■ >u ff
gracefully shaped to insure rest. ■ ■ I m
Frames are substantial, hickory | fcl
dowel construction. Bottoms are
fitted with oil tempered springs
held secure in steel frames. Nachman Spring units in cush
ions. The imported cane is strictly first quality. Regular
TERMS: $4.50 CASH 53.75 WEEKLY.
it a point to tell the truth. A lie
is always discovered.
Dear Mis* Grey: I have beauti
ful hair. But I look so old-fash
ioned because It Isn't cut short.
Could I dress It any way to make
It looked bobbed?— L.
You could p..rt It in the middle
and wind the two ends around your
head In a swlrL This style Is be
coming to almost everyone.
WOMEN USE SNUFF.
COPENHAGEN. Have women
taken to using snuff? It Is quite
possible that those once classed as
tho weaker sex have finally entered
th* last domain of mere man. The
snuff Industry announces that the
output this year will exceed by
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 23
s ? ORapids v; :
>1 Furniture W
Be sura and Jit our prices
on Grand Rapids furnitur*.
We sell th* best —for Less.
nearly SO per cent the output of
Don’t Squeeze Black-
Squeezing and pinching out black
heads make the pores large and
cause irritation. Blackheads are
caused by accumulations of dust and
dirt and accretions from the skin
and there Is only one safe and sure
*»>' and one that never fails to get rid
of them—a simple way. too—that la to
dissolve them Just get from any drug
store about two ounces of calonite
powder--sprinkle a little on a hot. wet
cloth—rub over (he blackheads brisk
ly for a efw seconds—wash off and
you'll be surprised to see that every
blackhead has disappeared, and the
si .n *i:i left sos; and the pora* la
their natural condition.