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?m?tuer Operetta "Pauline", in two
Parts, to be Presented in College Au
ditorium Friday night Apr. 1, 8 o'clock
CAST OF CHARACTERS.
? Pauline-Daughter of Cassady '
Chickie-A spinster sister of Cassady
Name-A village belle
Kioma-An Indian fortune teller
F5iothei-A widow l?dy
LTaber-A New York journalist
Shady-Taber's valet, a colored boy
Cassady-Landlord of the Dallas-an inn
Professor-A middle-aged school teacher
Ohilkoot Ike-An eccentric village character
Ruben-A farmer" boy
The village physician
Uncle Joe-Former slave of the widow lady
Three insurrection spies
Miss Madge Turner
Miss Weinona Strom
Miss Sophie Mims
Miss Lura Mims
Miss Henrietta King
Miss Ruth Yara
Mr. B. W. Franklin
Mr. Ralph Walker
Mr. Johnson C.
Mr. A. E. Burash
Choras of picnickers, grenadiers and villagers-Misses Ruth Forrest,
Rosa McNeil, Maggie Shaffer, Sammie Garder, Lila Fowler, Ger
trude Seals, Leila Padgett, Clara Frier, Messrs. Courtney, Boulware,
?t j Humphreys, Clayton J., Neal, Williams H., Woodward, Guyton,
.. OPENING SCENE.-A picnic party arrived at the grounds of the
Dalles, a country inn. Pauline, the handsome daughter of Cassady,
landlord of the^hotel, gives them hearty welcome. Faber, a press cor
respondent of New York, who is a kind-hearted, innoce?tly-self-impor
l.uant, happy-go-lucky young man, arrives for an outing; he is greeted by
bis prior-time holt, who, by request, presents his guesMo the party, to
v&om he makes Himself known, much to their enjoyment. The Pro
fessor, an early school preceptor to Faber, arrives to enjoy a short vaca
tion, at the invitation of his erst-while pupil. There being no one to re
.ceivo him, he falls asleep. Three insurgent spies,, disguised as tramps,
make themselves at home, until they discover the sleeper, and disappear.
-Faber, in his original manner, informally greets his early teacher. The I
Jimeditations of Chilk?ot Ike, an eccentric village character, are inter
rupted by Chickie. Cullie becomes suspicious. Shady has troubles of
his own. Ruben appears, much to the delight of Cullie. Kiomi tells
fortunes. Pauline is unhappy over the absence of the Village Physician,
who is a very busy man.
?n insurrection has arisen, and a company of Grenadiers has been or-j
ered out. The stars^ and stripes are not forgotten. The Village Physi
cian pauses long enough to disclose his calling, aspirations, regrets and
opes. Chickie.displays authority over the Professor, which is discov
ered by Faber, who becomes hilarious; his .flattery fails to control Cullie,
j?nd the j?icnic i?arty return for lunch.
. The second part opens in the woods, with the girls enjoying a flower
tcjurnival. Pauline interprets the language, of the red ?rose. Faber ap
" pears and breaks up the party, then proceeds to lay his plans for the
siege of the heart of Pauline. Shady, who is very homesick, enters and
interrapts the strange soliloquy. The messenger boy escapes death at
tt?&hands of Shady, delivers his message, which orders Faber to the
scene of riot. This materially alters his modus operandi of love-making,
arid changes his mind. A widowed mother, with her little son, making
her way back to the old homestead, tarries that the child may rest; both
fall asleep. Uncle Joe, the lady's former servant, in search of her, ac- j
cfdeutly arriving ?t th? same place, is overjoyed^ to find his "Young
Misses." Faber, equipped for his trip, comes upon the "scene. Uncle Joe
finds a grandson, and the widow a benefactor. A reception is given
Cassady. > Ruben brings word that the insurrection is quelled. The spies,
nervously retreating, find nothing of value to carry away, and, disgusted,
their old-time habit proves strong, and they march away as in the chain
gang. Faber returns with a full account of the riot, gives his blessing
rtnS&ed, to all concerned, and love and happiness crowns an eventful day.
Augusta's Leading Jewelry Store.
UR assortment of Jewelry, cut glass, silver
wareand fine watches is unsurpassed. Many
new and original. designs from the leading
manufacturers in the country.
ET US SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS. FINE
WATCH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
A. J. RENKL, :
I: 708 Broad Street
Your fertilizers for this season be sure to
t?eus. ? We are handling all the standard
. - *
rrades, made by several of the leading maiiu
tnrers, and can fill your orders promptly.
We can also snpply you with ingredients
of^nixing at home any formula you desire..
Here's to a fine crop for Edgefield county
Bay & Prescott
NO W is THE TIME
To buy a Cole Combination Flanter.
Now is the time to apply Nitrate .of]
Soda, we have it. Just received a car
of Dried Blood.
We have all the seasonable goods,
such as corn planters, cotton planters,
Guano distributors, and farming im
plements generally. We also carry in
stock a general line of hardware.
We solicit your business, drop in and
talk the matter with us.
W. W. Adams & Co.
S. C. RHODE
My Reds are correct in type, col- b;
or, size and breeding. When yoa t
buy eggs you want results.
.Eggs ?1.50 and ?2.00 15. Can
hip anywhere safely.
J. H. P. ROPER,
Edgefield, S. C.
EDGEFIELD, S C.
State and County Depository
J, C. SHEPPARD, W. W. ADASIS,
J. H. BOUKNIGHT, T. H. RAINSFOR,
J, M. COBB, B. S. HOLLAND,
A. S. TOMPKINS, C. C. FULLER
W. E. PRESCOTT.
. C. SHEPPARD, President.
W. W. ADAMS. vice-President.
E. J. MIMS, Cashier.
J. H. ALLEN, Ass't Cashier.
Pay s interest on deposits by
Money to loan on liberal terms:
Prompt and polite attention to
YOUR Account Solicited
Dr. F. L. PARKER,
Johnston, - - S C
Over Bank of Johnston.
Rsceived fresh shipment of Leg
gett's Nabob corn and peas-as nice
as if just gathered from the garden
Penn ?fe Holstein.
My business will Compel rn;* to be
away from Edgefield for awhile and
I will.leave my accounts at my old
stand and any of the following par
ties are authorized to receipt for
same. Messrs. S. A. Brimson and
A. M. Parks and Miss A. Schenk.
J. E. Hart.
Beautiful mattings and large as
sortment of window shades to se
<* Ramsey & Jones.
Eggs For Hatching : White
Plymouth Rock eggs, 15 fo? ?1.50,
can be had by calling at The Ad
vertiser office. Guaranteed to hatch
12 out of 15.
Notice is hereby given that b.v
mutual consent the firm of Mims &
Cobb has this day been dissolved
and James-T. Mims will continue
the businessin his name.
J. T. Mims,
J. M. Cobb.
Mar. 21, '10.
You should remember when buy"
ing any one of the dozen following
articles that I save you money on
Dry Cell Batteries
Cotton Seed - <
* C.S. Hulls
C. S. Meal
I solicit your patron
age. _ Send. Come or
Phone No. 10.
.E S. JOHNSON.
James A. Dobey, .
Johnston, S. C.
Office over Farmers Bank Building
^SW ante d .
to sell your small town lots
. _ and
Country farms, demand gc od.
12-room house in Edgefield
with 1 acre land
10-'-ooin house with 70 acre
as Lewis Jones place.
Home Real Estate Agency
E. J. NORRIS, Mgr.
Full supply of Glenn Springs and
Harris Lithia water.
Penn & Holstein.
Large stock of trunks, suit cases
and traveling bags. Prices very
Toole cotton seed. Seventy and
eighty-five cent* per bushel.
P. B. DAY,
Trenton, S. C.
The season is here for
discarding heavy toggery
and ? donning the Spring
and ?summer weights. We
have : never been better
* j . ? . u, ?
prepared to clothe, shoe
and ' hat you than now.
Everything new and first
class-right from the cen
ters. of fashion.
See our nobby spring
?uits, new hats in straw or
felt. Stylish neekWear,
Stylish Oxfords and shoes
Hoisery and underwear.
DORN & MIMS
cv-.^> ?^-.^ ??-?^
Fertilizers for 1910
Edgefield Mercantile Co
Announces ready to supply the trade with commercial
fertilizers of the highest and most reliable manufacturers
for 1910. We have also a good supply of fertilizer ma
terials tor mixing at home. Cotton seed meal, Kainit, Syl
vinite, muriate of potash, blood, top dressing and nitrate of
soda. Weare handling the goods of such well known man
ufacturers as Royster, Armour, Georgia Chemical Works
American Agricultnral Chemical Co., Navassa, Macmurphy
Planters, and several other high class manufacturers.'
We can furnish iertilizeis for sandy land ,elay lands
lands ;that french -or rust,- fox-Corn'aTicT' graTi?, for cotton and
other crops. Call on
Having obtained sur
veying outfit,I tender my
services to the public.
J. H. Cantelou,
Light Saw, Lathe and Shin
gie Mills, Engines, Boilers,
Supplies and repairs, Porta
qle , Steam and Gasoline En
gines, Saw Teeth, Files, Belts
and Pipes. WOOD SAWS
Gins and Press Repairs.
Georgia Chemical Works Fertilizers
HE Celebrated Patpsco, Mastodon, Georgia
Formula and other well known brands of
* this company need no introduction to the trade
g? * as their position is established by 37 years .of
? . % successful results. It is no experiment to use
? % them.
* ? fi * ^Bn goods, blood and bone goods, Cotton
* *S CL % Seed Meal mixtures and other products of this
* P 4*
* company are sold at Edgefield by the ?
ii ci c$ 4?
* fe ? f
See them before buying:. Prompt service
? and faithful attention will be given to all orders.
AUGUST V, GA.
'HMMOflS & COR LEV,
Appointments at Trente
^ rown a ii lr'( e "\\ i i Y ? Sj ? ?
I take this means of announcing
to the public that I have opened u]
a first class livery business in th?
stables at the place formerly (?ccu
pied by Mr. E. J. Mims on Main
street. First-class.teams furnished
on short notice.
I will niake a specialty of break
ing and handling colts. Have had
considerable experience in thia kind
of work, Call in person or order
teams by telephone.
J. E. MIMS
Have four sources of "ammonia. They
feed your crop through the entire'grow
ing season. ^
They will be sold at:every shipping
point in this county.
Next week we will tell you in this
paper why they are ..the best goods to
be had. / * \ . \
Armour Fertilizer Works