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' I EHBGH WAR HAS BEEN DECLARED!! I
I?IBEI^^S|?^IP^B Prepare Now For a Siege
IIB^?I^^IHP^^B First Army of Invasion Already Here
?Hfl^lB?^^^^^^^h^^^^^^^*B'?^?^^?^B Intrench Behind Good Screens
?Miro i 111] Since the first few warm days of Spring, hordes of innocent-looking, death dealing house flies have arrived on
Plfllgr Wj\.R IS vi 111 battlefield, and they are now getting in their dirty work by sending scouting parties through your lines'.
BF TI7TJ ? T? IS NOW is the time to fight. You will have to get busy Al ONCE. Screen your homes IMMEDIATELY,
Bp VV "-?i. -i thereby preventing the depositing of millions and millions of eggs in your homes, to be hatched out later; which
jj o TI T7O Ayf A XT C A TT\ lm W?^ Prov^e tne vehicle for the carrying of the deadly germs of almost every disease known to the medical pro
V ?tl iilviVl AJSI O-A 1 Di B fession. Oh! the many, many, sad deaths traceable to the Little Fly! ? ' .
|&\ SO ARE itt Best grades, of Bronze, Rustproof "md Painted Wire Screens Made to Order-to exact measure of either doors
* ! JA jB'i windows or porches. No matter where you live, we can screen your house perfectly, and at a small cost.
||| k JPX/i J5JS yfffi??w Phone 267, and we will send a man to take exact measurements and make an estimate FREE.
I |Sfa~it# TOWNSEND LUMBER COMPANY
VALUABLE LiEGAL PAPERS LOST MANY
YEARS AGO RECOVERED
ZORADO IZMAR IS CREATING A GENUINE
*-Her Clairvoyant Powers? Pone trat Int; Insight and Unerring A cm moy Pom*
jrteteiy Baffles HcientlHo Investigation-Tho .Marvelon? Tests She Has Per
formed In the taint Few Weeks Prove the Magnitude of Her Strange and
'Wonderful Pawer-She Does Such Things that Callera Look Upon Her ns a ]
Visitor f/om nu UmUscorercd World.
.Locked in that mysterious s'.eop,
when the soul shakes off its portal
shackles, Zorado lemar, ?ho living,
breathing proof ot the power of clair
voyance, reads tbu future fate ot in
dividuals, and p<-edicts tho outcome
ot their daily afalrs.
Think of u ?/erson who can close
her. eyes and vour whole past, your
prescat ?ud f .ture are flashed before
her like c panorama and she can
tell. you all you have done, what you
are now doing, and lift the curtain of
futurity and tell you just what you
are going to do.
No other Ute reader who has ever
visited Anderson can lay claim to ns
many successful readings and locat
ing valuables as con Zorado Izmar,
and there are hundreds ready to
vouch for such claims. Only a few
days ago one ot our leading citizens,
called on this marvelous trance
medium In regard to Borne valuable
papers that had been lost for many
years. Rh? soon located the pnpers to
the joy of the owner and to her own
A husband and wife had become
estranged. There was no real reason
'for lt, as there seldom ls, but still
there was a separation. One of them
laid the case before Zorado Izmar,
and tito husband and wife have had a
glorious reunion, the clouds of dis
cord have been dispelled. There is
sunshino in that home today. Happy
tranquility bas taken the place of
An engagement of marriage had
been broken, there was a very un
happy young woman on one hand,
and a not too delighted young man on
the other. Each had a hand in that
breach. Zorado lamar brought there
two separated ones together; the
sacred contract hasibeen renewed, and
a home is being prepared for tho
bride and groom. Each has seen tho
error that caused thom to drift apart;
their eyes are opened now, and who
was it that caused them to see?
Zorado Izmar tully understands
Ute responsible position she ls placed
in by the remarkable gift she ls en
dowed with and she will try her beat
?0 help those who need advice and do
hil in her power to show alt of her
honest callers plainly and in forcible
language how to gain happiness and
prosperity. She accomplishes what
she claims. It not, no charge is made.
The price of a full life reading is but
$1. All business sacred and confi
dential Remember that your pros
pects of today may be your fortune
tomorrow, If rightly handled.
If yod wish ttie services of Zorado Izmar call at
08 N. McDume St., one block east of the Pest Of
fice, near the standpipe.
Now fe thc time to have your tires repaired for the spring
and summer service. 1 can vulcanize your old tires or sell you
new ones. See me for
GOODYEAR AND AJAX
tires and accessories. Alic the famous
HOWE RED TUBE
better known as the clover leaf tube. "VJ ?V '
Ail repair work guaranteed. . *
Free air to customers.
Templeton's Vulcanizing Works
108 R McDufRe Street,
. Business Phone 2/0. Resident Phone 814.
* ELECTRIC CIT
* Items of Interest ?nd Person i
* Wireless on the Si
More Trains to
He Taken tiff.
The piiBHcngcr department of the
Southern Railway announces further
curtailment in Us passenger service in
the South. The latest retrenchment is
the discontinuance after April 17 of
trains Nos. 31 and 32, between Wash
ington and. Charlotte and between
Savannah and Jacksonville. The Dus
tless ot these trains will be taken care
of by tr?!?s Nos. 21? uud .".ti. operated
uuder a slightly different schudulc.
At College Monday.
President James P. Kinard of .the
Anderson College announced yester
day that there would bo a faculty re
ctal in the college auditorium Mondo/
night. An Interesting und pleasing
program will be carried out. The
general public ls Invited to attend.
Robert Clark left tho city yesterday
morning for Woycross, Ga., where he
will line up with thc. Waycross team
of the Georgia State League. II0 has
been playing professional bull for
Interesting 'services are announced
for Low Sunday, thc first af'.. .. Bas
ter, at Grace church today, ll
te.- music will be sung at both the
morning and afternoon services.
A certified transcript of all pro
ceedings leading up to the recent bond
issue of 983,000 and a vant amount ol
data pertaining to taxable property of
the city, outstanding bonded indebt
edness, etc., was forwarded yesterday
by Acting City Attorney E. F. Coch
ran to ll. T. Holts & Co., of Chica
go, the bond brokers who purchased
the bonds at the sale held by city
council on March 31.
Splendid Ice Cream .
Plant For the City.
Dr. W. E. Atkinson, who' ls soon
to open up on ice cream parlor in the
building which he owns on North
SAaln street, yesterday placed with tne
Sullivan Hardware company an order
for one ( i the moBt modern ice oream
manufacturing planta .?Ve? shipped in
to this sivUon 'X ii; country. The
freoser has a oapa".P% of 40 quarts
an? wi'*, be oper??t-d ay electricity. It
U> ror.Btructed of phosphor brohze,
copper and ?olio Gorman silver. Dr.
Atkinson has also placed an order for
jin ice breaker with a capacity of three
tons an honr, to be used in connection
with the othfcr machinery. Dr. Al
kinson ts having the storeroom in
which he is opening up the ice cream
parlor remodelle4, and wh?m every
thing ia in operation fhls will bo one
of the most up to date placea of thc
kind ia the South.
Cotton Weat te
9 1-4 Cents Here.
Local cotton waa quoted yesterday
at 9 1-4 cents per pound. Thia waa an
advance of one-clghtu over the price
Which prevailed Friday. Although the
market is now ihe highest it han been
since thc outbreak rf tho European
war, little of the staple ls being sold.
" 'O " ?
On Hay 7th.
The next teachers examination will
be held In the county court house on
Fridsr May 7, commencing atv 8
o'chxT* a. m.. according to notice ?J
sned by County Superintendent of
Education J. t?. Felton.
? Mention Caught Over UM
treets of Anderson
Junior I'hiiu'heu . - . ?
Bey at Paramount. .
Monday the Junior Philathea class
of the First Presbyterian church will
have charge of the Paramount thea
tre, when dainty Mary Pickford, in
"Hearts Adrift" will be on the
screen. Members of th0 class' have
been selling tickets for s? v- ral days
for this attraction, and indications are
they will have crowded houses at all
Clean Up Committee f .
To Meet on Monday,
The Ward 4-clean up committee lias
been appointed and is called to meet
Monduy afternoon at 4:30 o'clock lu
the parlors of the Hotel Chluuola.
The members of the committee are as
iollows: Mrs. J. Tom Bolt, Mrs. P
K. McCully. Mrs. C. F. Kass, Mrs.
A. 8. Farmer. MTS. J. F. McClure.
Mrs J. M. Sullivan, Jr.. Mr;;. Ollie
Burr.as, Miss Maggie Evans, Mrs. E.
W. Taylor, Mrs. Irwin Breazeale,
Mrs. Calhoun Harris, MM. C. S.
Sullivan, Mrs. J. E. Breazeale. Mrs.
Raymond Fretwell. Mrs. Carrie Pat
rick, Mrs. Rufus Fant.
Information given out from the of
fice of the State Insurance Commis
sioner shows tht during the month of
March the fire loss in the city ot An
derson amounted to $4,787.10. Fire
We ere better prepared
very complete Una ol screen
We will sandi our man
whatever. Please phone os
losses In Anderson county exclusive of
the city amounted to $2,983.60. There
were 302 fires In the State during
Murcii.the loss amounting to $270,
Aro Euro ute"
Messrs. Robert and William Hel
lanis of Greenville will arrive in An
derson this morning- for a short stay
with their sister. Mrs. Roscoe Mose
ley. Tliey are enroute to Oklahoma.
Gray Hair Becomes
Dark, Thick, Glossy
Try Grandmother's Old Favorite
Recipe of Sage Tea and
Almost everyone knows that Sago
Tea. and Sulphur, properly com
pounded, brings back the natural col
or and lustre to the hair -when faded,
streaked or gray; also ends dand
ruff, itching scalp and stops falling
hair. Years ago the only way to get
this mixture was to make it at home,
whlcn ts mussy and troublesome.
Nowadays we simply ask at any
drug store for "Wyeth's Sage and
Sulphur Compound." You will get a
large bottle for about 50 cents. Every
body uses this old, famous recipe,
because no one can possibly tell, that
you darkened your hair, as it does it
so naturally and evenly. You damp
fen a sponge or soft brush with it
and draw this through your hair, tak
ing one small strand at a time; by
morning tho gray hair disappears,
and after another application or two,
your hair becomes beautlfuly dark,
thick and glossy and you look years
^JJ**? ??il ?t??"*??*?? IZ " jj*'
<TCE OF P?
(io serva you with Screen Door? an
wire in green? bl&ck, aluminum km
nywhere at any time to make meas
your screening; problems ?nd let u
Miss Narina Leigh leading lady of The Fountain Stock Co., which
open a week engagement at "The Anderson" starting tomorrow,
Monday. Program changed daily.
m NEXT MQNTH
y The Deadly Fly Out!
d Windows than any other concern in Anderson. We carry a
d galvanized; and can make doora and windows to lit any so?
urcments and estimates, without any obligation on year part
is help you.
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