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On the Square
Z orada Izmar
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velous gav. nf this wonderful medium
whose power to describe events in
your life is almost beyond belief.
Bankers, lawyers, doctors-in fact,
people In all professions and all
walks of life arc dally seeking the
advice and testing the wonderful pow.
er of this marvelous mind telepathlsL
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speak a word and that thought ls in
stantly impressed on the mind of this
wonderful person, who will immed
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the answer to your question.
Zorada Izmar reads tho 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 tho
principles of palmistry, phrenology
'and psychology. There 1B no guess
work, but tho truth is told you.
If marriages, sickness, changes,
travels, divorces , separations, law
suits, business transactions, wills,
deeds, mortgages, IOBI or stolen prop
erty, hidden treasures, lost or absent
friends interest you, if . you care, to
know what you should do to be suc
cessful and whom to avoid, - when to
buy and when to sell stock, etc., if
you ac8iro to have your domestic
troubles removed, your lost love re
stored, your bitterest enemies con
verted to staunch friends, in a word,
whatever may be your troubles, sus
picions or desires, call on this gifted
clairovyant, who will send you away
happier, wiser and bolder than ever
408 N. McDuffle St., one block east of
poBtofnce. near the standpipe.
Hours: 9:30 a. m. until 8 p. m.
I am the man to fla your teeth
so yon can eat the pie that X put
la the Piedmont Belt
I make plates at $6.50
I make gold crowns at$4.00
Silver fillings, 50c and op.
Gold fillings $1.00 and ap
Painless Extracting 40fc.
I make a specialty ot treating^
Pyorrhea, Alveolaria of the gums
and all crown and bridge work
and regulating mal formed teeth.
All work guaranteed first-class.
S. G. BRUCE
j If so, here's the place to get your
( feed. We carry thc. full Cypher's line
-Laying Mtsh, Scratch Peed. Short
Cut Alfalfa, Developing Food, for lit
tle "Biddy" chicks/Veat Scraps, and
Wheat Shorts, etc.. etc
J. M. McCown
Phone 22 East Whitnar Street
Phone 87. ; j
The Mission Band of the First Pres
byterian church will meet this after
noon at half past three with Miss
Miss Nina Carpenter of Greenville
and her .guest. Miss Lucile Wurms of
Atlanta were here last night for the
Mr. and Mrs. J. Terry of Wilming
ton, Del., are spending some time in
Mr. . and Mr?. W. A. Hamby of At
lanta are here for u short while, Mr.
Hamby making this headquarter?.
Mrs. H. J. McGee has gone to King
Mt, N. C., to visit relatives.
Charming Dance Last Evening at
Bose HUI 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 end the whole affair was a de
lightfully'pleasant and fully enjoy
ed by irtose present.? Among the In
vited guests were Mr.* and Mrs. C. W.
GanBcy, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Farmer.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ligon, Mr. and
Mrs.'J. B. DeCamp. Mr. and Mrs. C.
. Bleich. Mr. and Mrs. J H. Godfrey.
r. and Mrs. B. B. Gossctt. Capt. and
Mrs. H. H. Watkins, Mr. and Mrs. T.
L. Cely, Miss Annie Mae Lawson of
Columbia, and Mr. Phil Wllhite, Miss
Thelma Wright and Mr. Allie Barton,
Miss. Wlna Carpenter of Greenville
and Mr. Willie Marshall. Miss Wurran
of Atlanta and Dr. John Major, Miss
Lydia Sherard of Wllllamston and
Mr. W. D. Garrett. Miss Verner Haltl
V7anger of Greenwood and Mr. Louis
Le?better, Miss 'Linda Thompson and
Mr. Gene Watson, Miss Ella May
Cummings, and Mr. Billie Lyon, Miss
Lorena Cummings and Mr. Keys Gu
rner. Miss Floride Harris and Mr.
Paul Dickson, Miss Vina Patrick and
Mr. Cyde Smitb. Miss Jessies Brown
and Mr. H. M. Dunn. Miss Croce
Spencer and Prof. B. M. Parks, Miss
Anna Cunningham and Mr. J. S. Fow
ler, Jr., Messrs, Starke Sullivan, Char
lie Watkins, T. P. Cartwright, George
Boleman and Mr. Klser.
Dinner in Honor of Veterans on
The Confederate veterans of Ander
son County will be entertained at a
dinner In honor of Wado Hamptons
birthday, by the Palmetto (?h?r'.'or IT.
D. C. on Saturday at noon. March 17th
in the store room adjoining G. F.
Tolly and Sons. AU veterans are cor
Mission 8tndy Class.
The Mission Study Class of St.
John's Methodist church will meet
this afternoon at 4 ov.ock, with Miss
Clara Qsborno at Arlington.
Cantata and Crew Rescued.
BEAUFORT, N. C., ?larch 18.-Cap
tain Sprague and his crew of Ave have
been rescued from the schooner
Sylvia C. Hall, or Ne*- Haven, strand
ed on Cape Lookou* shoals, by the
Cape Lookout coast guard crew.
DENVER, Col., Match 18.-Theo
dore Frank, Francis V. Rudd and
Max Doraki, of Troop F. Fifth Unit
ed States cavalry, were acquitted in
federal court here today of conspir
acy to conceal money stolen from.the
postofflce at. Walsenbura. Col. A
package containing $15.000 disappear
ed from the postofnee last December,
during the military occupation of the
coal strike region..
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Cllakscales of
Starr were in the city yesterday for
a short while.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Bannister of
Starr were visitors in the city yes
Mrs, A. T. .Morgan of Westmin
ster ia in the city visiting her sister,
Mrs. N. E. Wood and-her son Wil
o IVA NOTES ?o
000 O O O O O o o o o o o o o
An oratorical abd reading contest
will be held at the Iva High School
hero Friday evening, March 19, to de
termine who' ot the contestants will
enter the final teat of the Savannah
River Athletic and Oratorical associa
tion .which takes place some time In
next month. This association consists
of the schools of Antreville, Lowndes
ville, Starr and Iva and * medal will
be given each of the beys and girls
who are admitted to the 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 bf these medals will be the
proud possessors of two medals.
Dr. J. D, Wlls?n left Wednesday
for a business trip to Abbeville.
.Revt S. i. Hood returned home
today from a short visit to friends 'A
The W. P. C. Society of the Meth
odist church met Friday afternoon
; with M's? Opneila Patterson and held
A most interesting meeting. In
struettv?, papers were read by Miss
May Hali and Miss Eula Mae Banka.
Miss Thelma Smith . entertained a
number of her sdbool mates on last
Satfarday evening;, the honra were
pleasantly spent In ;;>iying various
Mist- Susie Sharp, teacher of the
Carswcll Institute, wat. the guest for
the week-end ot Mrs. J. C.Ligen.
Dr? R. K. Thompson and wife have
returned to their home at Fiat ROek
' after a oho rt stay with their daugh
r ter* Mrs. J. A. McAlister.
I Mr. H. B. Sadler and family of
1 Pendleton visited at tho home of Mr.
Best quality 8c Apron
Ginghams, Saturday ... .5c
CASH MONEY is
sell the goods.
5c Paper Safety Pins, .lc
IO balls Sewing Thread
Sc Memorandum Books 2c
Sc bottle Mucilage.3c
S papers Gold Eye Need
Rubber tipped Pencils ..lc
IOC Ink Tablets.5c
10c card Rice Buttons. .4c
J & P Coats Silkotine, 2
for . ..5c
Cedar Lead Pencils, doz 5c
15c Bristle Hair Bruges 7c
We have slashed the price wi
in our store. All these goods \
& Bro., Richmond. Va.
$ 2.50-Trunks . . . .$$1.75
3.00 Trunks ... . . 2.15
'3.50 Trunks . _ 2.49
4.00 Trunks. 2.98
4.50 Trunks .... . . 3.35
7.00 Trunks _ 4.98
7.50 Trunks . . . :. 5.45
10c quality, yard wide, sott
finish Bleaching ... .7c
(10 yds to a customer)
10c quality, yard wide, Pa
(io yds to a customer)
toe quality Dress Gingham, \
new Spring styles 7 l-2c
Good grade soft ttnjsh
Blearing, yard wide, well
worth 8c, Saturday . .5c
' (IC yds to a customer)
D. P. Sadler Sunday. ai
Mrs. W. P. Hauka has returned a
from a trip of several days with re
latives in Anderson. di
Dr. J. x. Land and wife of Starr ?
Bpent a few hours here Sunday with i<
. Mr. T. It. Miller has returned M
from a business trip of several days ai
tc Augusta and Ellenton. F
Mr. Claude Masters of the Moun- R
tain Creek section waa a visitor here ai
Misses Nsncy Pearson and Corrie
Howell spent the week-end in Ander tl
son. - * lt
Mr. Bradley Laverett of Starr waa ni
a visitor here Sunday. ? ?
i Mr, Prank Sharp of Pendleton wa? tc
the guest Saturday and Sunday of S
Mr. J. C. Lig?n. C
Prof. Cliff D. Coleman, and wife tc
ipr Itt Sunday In Anderson with u
Mr. Glenn Simpson nf Starr was a vi
business' visitor kore this weah.
Mr. George Betcher has returned pi
from a business trip in Columbia. ir
Dr. A.- L. Smothers of Anderson ai
was hero this week in professional m
business. .. g.
Mrs. J. W. Lambreth, after a
week? otay with her mother, Mrs. ci
T. A. Stevenson left Tuesday for her A
home tn Kings tree, Ga. fi
Mr. Wade Thompson of Flat Rock ti
spent Sunday here with relatives.
Mr. Lester Sadler of Anderson via- 1 a
tted hts parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. F.
Sadler Sunday. i a
Miss Pauline Hunter of Pendleton ?
anent a short while her1) Sunday with
Mi?s Annie Brown, who has been j V
1 lot Turkey Red Table
Damask, well worth 25c to
35c, marked down to.. 18c
1 lot good, sui
made, 4 slri
now ... : ..
STE Y TV
i*.1 . .
King right now. We're slai
We ARE selling them and
fixtures. For we know yoi
this up. This Entire Stock
pie. You never saw Anytli
bly Never WilK Its a Dari
part, but we MUST sell the
IX IVIE AM S 1VIO
Its not a question of prol
Our whole energy is center
iZ^mpw : ' "H stock int<
INK i Prices si
vere made by H. W. Rountrec i stand ?U 1
and the r
8.00 Trunks .. ... 5.98
8.50 Trunks. 6.25 COIUe tO tl
,0.0,0?,.... 6.98 th m0,
11.50 Trunks ... 8.25
12.50 Trunks. 8.75 y OU W?11
15.00 Truaks . .... 11.50 ? . A. I~
. -a-_ t"1S t? "?
All expectations were overreached with bus
iness to date. We didn't look for it but were
mighty glad to see it.
Hundreds of people are spreading the good
We Are Going T
S A. X U
the biggest day in the history of this
bargains irou can't afford to miss it.
Como in whether you want to I
and meet your friends. They will all
This sale has advertised itself fr?
talked about it, they went away booi
pending the pant several weeks hore,
1th her parents, leaves today tor
'.n to illume her woYk there.as
The following persons went to An
srson Sunday afternoon to hear the
i m c. is Or. 8. D. Gordon lecture:
[ossrs. T. C. Jackson. II. S. Sher
rd. J. T. Baskin, h. H. Hall, W.
rank McGee, W. T. A. Sherard,
ev. J. S. Hood, Rev. J. R. McReo,
ad Mrs. T. C. Jackson mid Miss
The Missionary and Aid Society or
te Presbyterian church had quite an
iteroBting meeting Wednesday after
son at the home of Mrs. T. C. Jack
>n. The subject was "Mexico." In
festing papers wero read by Mrs.
. E. Anderson and Mrs. !.. E.
onie. A salad course was served af
sr all business matters were laid
Mr. Feaster Jones of Starr Was a
Isitor here yesterday.
Miss Annie Brown was hostess at a
arty at her home on Monday even
ig. The oceasio nwas a pleasant one
nd the young folks enjoyed them
lives to the fullest extent tn playing
timm and other forms of amusement.
On Wednesday afternoon tho Pris
mas were entertained by Mrs. D.
. Burr las. After a pleasant bonr
Ith embroidery and crochet the hos
?SS served a sweet course.
.Mr. 8. E. Inverell ls spending th=
reek tn Anderson or? business.
Mrs. Ric! r of Ellenton is
ponding awhile at the home of her
Mr. Ja?. A. Wzs: levers!
Volt does not need, and lo fact docs
not wish to posse
as he mudo tho joi
City on foot and ret
modo of. travel. Hi
chine left Due Wc
morning bo did, bi
Antreville and arri
of it. Ile did not
fast t/be machine w
he passed lt.
Mr.. and Mrs. J.
Wednesday for a vt
parents gt Holland!
Mr. A. G. Thom
hero a -few hours '
Miss Annie Bro'
spent Wednesday w
Mrs, 8. E. Levi
M. Jones bave retu
visit with relatives
Mr. W. D. McLe
'.s the ''ucBt for a fe
Frank McGee. .
Mr. J. L. Masher
a business vUUor h
Mr. Gk E. And.
derson for awhile '
ness.. _ _
SATURDAY SPECIAL' :
Women's 5oc Spring
Weight Underwear, Satur
stung prices wide open becai
we ARE going to sell this en
i are not going to pass
; Thrown Out to The Peo
ling Like lt. You proba
ing Cut in Prices on our
goods. We urge you to
ore its too late.
NEY TO YOU!
St now, or EVEN COST,
ed on turning the entire
One lot Women's Shoes and I
and $4.oo (mostly small sizes) i
Our stock of Women's Skrts ir
well worth $6.00, 7.50 and $8.1
to close at.
Remnants and short lengths s
In a sale like this there is nee
of Remnants accumulated. We i
to HAIF PRICE and dump them
forget to look over this table.
PRICES CUT WITHOUT MERCY
Sell the goods! That's the order. Price must
not stand in the way.
Come in and see what a little hard cash will
RD A Y
sale, especially from the point of
buy or not. Mingle with the crowd
1 be here.
>m the very first day. People have
sting it, they have sent others.
res an automobile
arney to the Holy
iim-ii by tiie aame
S says tb at a ma
st the samo same
it ho pass?e it at
tved at Iva .theed
say however how
as traveling, when
C. Jones left
sit to thft former's
pion or Starr was
Thursday on ' busi
iv n of Anderson
'r;-il and Mrs. 3.
med from a short
an ot Spartanburg
tar'days of Mr. W.
e of Anderson was
irsou was In An
Fbursdsy on bust
Spring ia here and the rou.J
enjoy motoring with bad tiree
sell you new ones.
AJAX or <
. are the tires to boy. I have ?
Free Air ti
108 N. ft
1 lot yard wide Wool Dress
Goods, cream, white, black,
m Talked Louder
ver Bought More!
ase we've got to
itire stock and
10c Finishing Braid ... .6c
5 quires Note Paper for 10c
25c Hose for boys and
toe Hose for boys and
Ladies' 10c Hose.5c
Men's toe Sox.7c
10c Box Paper.7c
Silk Floss. 4 skeins for. .5c
5c Combs, 2 for.5c
Children's i Oe Hose ...5c
Fine Embroidery, per yard
Bilk Ribbons, per yard lc up
Low Cuts, worth up to $3.50
n this sale 89c, 79c, 69c, 49c
i black, blue and other shades,
50, w?*'ve put trie price down
-$2.75, $2.50 and $2.25
it your own price.
essarily an enormous amount
measure these and mark down
on the table each night. Don't
Best grade alico.4c
10c grade solid color Lawns,
$1.25 Marseilles Pattern
white Spreads ... . .86c
Men's 50c Work Shirts, blue
brown and stripes. . .36c
Heavy, yard wide, A, A. A
Men's $1.00 Union Special
i are getting good, but you can't
.. I can repair your oH tiree or
tem in ?tock and also accessories