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Special Readings 50c.
Strange nun" mysterious is the mar
velous gift u? this wonderful medium
whose power to describe events in
your life is almost beyond belief.
Bunkers, lawyers, doctors?in fact,
people in all professions and all
walks of life are daily seeking the
advice nnd testing the wonderful pow.
er of Ulis marvelous mind telepathist.
Put a thought on your mind, do not
speak a i rd and that thought is in
stantly in I pressed on the mind of this
'wonderful person, who will immed
iately oxplaio your thought and give
tho answer to your question.
Zorada Izmar reads the past and
future as easily as you know the
present, not by the old coffee grounds
' and card methods, which have been
..Clearly shown to be false and design
ing methods, but by employing the
^principles of palmistry, phrenology
i and psychology. There is no guess
;swork, but the truth is told you.
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:jtra70js. divorces , separations, law
-suits, business transactions, wills,
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* stpred,'ylr bitterest. . enemies con
torted toVauiich fri?nds, in a word,
whateverRnyf be your troubles, sus
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happier, aser and bolder than ever
408 N: Ifjille St., one block east of j
postge, near'the atandplpe.
Hours]30 a. m. until 8 p. in.
f?Y?^w? . CIA 4 0 31
UBS. W. i.. HUBS
- Tlic Mission Band of
byterlau church will
noon at half past th
Miss Ninu Carpenter
and her jjuest. Miss I
Atlautu wore here last
Mr. and Mrs. J. Terry of Will
ton. Del., are spending some tini
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hamly of At
lanta are here for a short while, Mr.
Ilamby making this headquarters.
Mrs. H. J. McGce has gone to King
M t., N. C. to visit relatives.
(harming Dunce Lust Kreiling at
ltose Hill Club. -
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Sadler enter
tained at a charming little dance last
evening at the Rose Hill club. A
splendid orchestra furnished the
music and the whole affair was a de
lightfully pleasant and fully enjoy
ed by those present. Among the in
vited guests were Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Cunscy, Mr. and MrB. A. S. Farmer.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ligon, Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. DeCamp. Mr. and Mrs. C,
H. Bleich, Mr. and Mrs. J H. Godfrey.
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Gossett, Capt. and
Mrs. H. H. Watkins, Mr. and Mrs. T.
L. Cely, Miss Annie Mae Lawson of
Columbia, and Mr. Phil Wilhite. Miss
Thclma Wright and Mr. Allie Barton.
Miss Wina Carpenter of Greenville
and Mr. Willie Marshall, Miss WurmB
of Atlanta and Dr. John Major, Miss
Lydia Sherard of Williamslon and
Mr. W. D. Garrett, Miss Verner Halti
wangcr of Greenwood and Mr. Louis
Lrdbcttcr, Miss Linda Thompson and
Mr. Gene Watson. Miss Ella May
Cummings and Mr. Hillie Lyon, Miss
Lorena Cummings and Mr. Keys Gil
mer. Miss. Floride Harris and Mr.
Paul Dickson. Miss Vina Patrick and
Mr. Cyde Smith. Miss Jessie Brown
and Mr. H. M. D#unn, Miss Grace
Spencer ami Prof. B. M. Parks, Miss
Anna Cunningham anil Mr. J. S. Fow
ler,-Jr., Messrs. St?rkt Sullivan. Char
lie Watkins. T. P. Cattwrlght, George
Boleman and Mr. Kiser.
Dinner in Honor ol
March I th.
The Confederate vc erans of Ander
son County will be Entertained at a
dinner in honor of
birthday, by the Palnjctto Charter U.
I). C. on Saturday at joon. March 17th
in the store room
.Tolly and Sontf. AU i|<
?djoining G. F.
eterans are cor
Mtssion Study Class. .
The Mission Study Class of St.
J.dm's Methodist church will meet
tills afternoon at 4 o'clock, with MIbs
Clara Osborne at Arlington.
Cubtuin and Cre?v !los?:;?d.
HEAUFORT. N. C. March IS.?Cap
tain Sprague and his crew of live have
been rescued from the schooner
Svlvia C. Hall, of New Haven, strand
ed pn Cape Lookout shoals, ry the
Cape Lookout coast guard crew.
Cavalrymen Acquitted. . \ i
DENVER, Col.. March 18.? Theo^
dore Frank, Francis V. Rudd and!
Max Dorski, of Tror.n F. Fifth Unit
ed States cavalry, were acquitted in
federal court here today of conspir
acy to conceal money stolen from^the
postofflco: at Walseriburg. Col. A
package containing $15.000 disappear
ed from the postr.ffice last December,
during the military occupation of the'
.coal strike- region.
Mr. and Mrs. L.. S. Clinkscalea of
Starr were in the city yesterday for
a short while.
Mr. end Mrs. F. Wl Bannister of
Starr were visitors In the city yes-'
Mrs. A. T. Morgan of Westmin
ster is in the city visiting her sister,
Mrs. N. E. Wood and her son Wlli
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An oratorical and reading contest
will be held at the Iva High School
here Friday evening, March 19, to de
termine who. of the contestants will
enter the final te.it of the Savannah
River Athletic and Oratorical associa
tion which takes place some time in
next month. This association consists
Of th? schools-of Ant re ville, Lowndes
vllle, Starr and Iva and a medal will
be >givcn sach of the beys and girls
who are admitted, to tioe final test,
and a medal will also be given by the
association to each boy and girl who
are successful in this test. So ; the
winners of. these medals wlllr be the
piC?t? possessors of two medals.
Dr. J. D. Wilson left Wednesday !
for a.business trip to Abbeville.
R?vt. S. J. Hr.Od returned home
today from a short visit to friends. In
The W. F. C. Society of the Meth
odist church met Friday nfternoon
with M's3 Ophelia Patterson and hold
a most interesting meeting. In
structive papers were read by Miss
May Hall and Miss Eula Mae Hanks.
Miss Thelma Smith entertained a
number of her. nChool mates on last
Sa'/urday ovenlngA the hours were
pleasantly spent ' In playing various
Miss Snslft Sharp, t?achjj
CarsweU Institute, was the\
the week?cua cf Mrs. J. C.,
Dr. R. ,K. Thompson and]
returned in their honte at
after a short st?-y with. tin
ter. .Mr:<- J, A- .MeA.i
10C Ink Tal^
10c card Ric^
J & P Coats
Cedar Lead Pel
15c Bristle Haifl
We have slashed^
in our store. All thej
& Bro., Richmond. Va!
40c quality, yard wide, soit'
finish Bleaching ... .7c
(10 yds to a customer)
toe quality, yard wide, Pa
jama Cloth . . < ... .. ,7c
(10 yds to-a customer)
l?c quality Dress Gingham,
new Spring sjyles 7.1-2c
Good grade soft finish
\ Bleacing, yard wide, well
yorth 8c, Saturday . .5c
10 yds to a customer)*
D. F. Sadler Sundt.
Mrs. W- P. Harlta has* retur
from a trip of several days with]
lathes in Anderson. \
Dr. J. N. Land anV wife of
spent a few hours'tiers . Sunday
relatives. . \
. Mr.jT. Ri. Miller tas reti
from a business trip of Several
tb Augdsta and EHentou\
Mr . Claude Mar tors of the
tain Creek section was a \isltoi
Misses Nancy Pearson ax
Howcli spcht the week-end
Mr; Bradley Leverett of St
a visitor n?re Sunday.
Mr. Prank Sharp of Pendlet]
the gue'st Saturday and Sut:
Mr. J. :Ci Ligon.
; Prof. Cl|fT D. Coleman and
spent Sunday in Anderson
Mr. Glenn Simpson of Starr
business visitor here this \feeJ
. Mr. George Belcher bas rett
from a business trip in Columhlj
Dr. A. L. Sine thorn of And<!
was here this week in profcssll
.Mrs. J. W. Lambrcth, after
weeks stay with her mother.. Mraj
T. ai Stevenson left Tuesday for her
home in Kingstree, Ga.
Mr. Wade Thompson of Fhit Kock
spent Sunday here with relatives.v
Mr. Lester Sadler of Anderson vis-;
ited his parcnla. Mr. and Mrs. D. F.ii
Miss Paulino Hunter of Pendleton
spent a-short while'here Sunday with
Miss Annie Brown, who baa been
TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
NEW SERIES VOL. 1. NO. ll.lYetkly, EsUbllHhe? IS??; Dally, Jaii.13, 1911. ANDERSON, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 5, 1914.