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"Zaza, the .celebrated Parisienne,
who is coming to the city opera house
next Saturday night, with Miss
Mabel Montgomery as Zaza, knew
how to love even' better than she
knew how to sing in a French provin
cial concert hall. Zaza was very un
reasonable, that is why Zaza was so
deeply in love with a man unworthy
of her healthy heart and wholesome
nature. Still, lie was not wholly un
worthy, of Zaza.-but lie was of his
wife, in Paris, ignorant of his dis
loyalty. He did not deliberately
seek Zaza. Nor did Zaza deliberately
seek him. It was destiny that brought
them together, in Zaza's dressing
room, while Zaza was waiting for her
cue to go on. one nad seen him, often
in his box, from the stage, as he had
seen her, on the stage, singing, from
his b)ox. But they had never met.
Zaza was half-only half-in love
with him. le was not in love with her
at all. That is, he did not know that
he was. He seemed interested in
Florianne, another singer, who hated
Zaza, for Florianna wanted the man,
Bernard Dufrene, and she, with a
woman's instinct, felt that Zaza was
destined to cut her out. Poor Zaza
was it waif. Caseart, the singer, had
adopted her, when she was little and
aione, tramed ner to be an artiste,
taughbt her all she knew, did every
thing in the world for her, and never
once made love to her, or made her
remember that she was a girl. Zaza
was as appreciative as she was good
natured. generous and charitable. She
never once resents Florianne's insults,
miil O mnlnq in hor mind to take
Dufrene away from her. Not out of
viciousness, but in a tricky mood.
She is too fine to be vicious, mean or
small. She says to her friend, Alice:
At a GR)
We have put ou
ings on the marl
tions. Bargain I
Bed Roorn Suits
$95.00 Bed Room Suits, now $80.00.
$70.00 Bed Room Suits, Now $55.00
$45.00 Bed Room Suits, now 38.50
$40.00 Bed Room Suits, now $35.00
$35 00 Bed Room Suits, now 30.00
$30.00 Bed Room Suits, now 21.00
Folding Springs, $1.55 up to $1.75
Odd Beds from $2.00 to $12.00.
Sideboards from $9.85 to $17.50.
Hall Racks from $6.00 to $12.50
$4.00 Rugs, now going at $3.00
$2.50 Rugs, now $2.00 and $1.85
$2.00 Rugs, now going at $1.50
$1.50 Rugs, now going at $1.15
Come and insp
home while you
"And whatever you do, don't get j
broke and not let me know." And to
Cascart: "The happiest existence for
a woman is to live with the man she
loves." All of which shows her fine
nature, as lightning flashes on a dark'
night show fair fields, meadows and 1
tranquil rivers. Zaza does take Du
frene away from Florianne, and is
living with him six months in a
little cottage, at the beginning of the
second act. All her troubles fre over,
she thinks, but they havert boeu
yet. All life is roses and wine and
love. She loves Dufrene, Dufrene
loves her. There is no doubt about
that. Then the bomb.is expl9ded in 1
her Garden of k aud Eve learnis
that her Adam is a married man. 1
Cascart tells bfr. Qag.srt .wants her
to come back to the thgtre, Go back
to the theatre, and leave her Ber
nard to pine aw4y, and perhaps die,
of a broken heart? Never! Broken t
fiddlesticksl And then Monsieur i
Adolph Caseart hurles the bomb. It
blows up her Garden of Eden. The
gentle, gay, loving Zaza becomes a ti- j
gress, and in a cyclone of jealouo V
wrath she, figueately, tears every- c
thing to pices. She flies to Paris, and I
into her lover's house, to confront I
her lover's wife, and wreck his and d
his wife's home. No power on earth I
can stop her. She will have venge
ance, and humiliate him-Lufrene-~
and his wife, as she has been trick- d
ed and humiliated. Her outraged b
womanhood is up in trins. Hell,"
Congreve wrote, over two hundred S
years ago, ''hath no fury like a wo
man scorned." Zaza is now a fury.
The situation is dramatically intense. b
Dufrent is not at home. His wife -
will soon return. Zaza will wait for a
her, or him, or both. In comes Toto, r
Dufrene's little daughter. Zaza feels si
r ENTIRE Stock c
:ure, Stoves and
et in order to rr
lunters are cordit
$5.00 Art Squares, now $3.50
$7.00 Art Squares, now $5.50
$8.50 Art Squares, now $7.00
$6.00 Rlocking Chairs, now $4.60
$5.00 Rocking Chairs, DOW $3.75.
$4.00 Rocking Chairs, now $2.85
$3.00 Rocking Chairs, now $2.15
$2.00 Rocking Chairs, now $1.65
$1.50 Rocking Chairs, now $1.15
$1.50 Dining Chairs now $1.15.
$1.00 Dining Chairs now 85 cents.
90 c. Dining Chairs now 75 cents.
76 c. Dining Chairs now 85 cents
Chairs that cost 60 c. now 45 c.
Chairs that cost 50 c. now 40 -c.
SChairs that cost 45 c. now 35 c.
ow Shades, Pictu
Oct our stock ar
can get everythini
t is his diughter. 6he iofis, Toto
vrath she, figuratively, tears. every
:ils her that she is Madame.DNuoyer.
"'Oh, no I Madame Dunnoyer never
tresses like that. Ahe is a lady,"
roto artlessly says. Th4t ,agger
hrust goes straight to the centre of
oor Zaza's heart, she realizes that
iven a child feels that she is what she
s, and her heart melts into sobs. She
me for revenge, and here it is. It
S one of the greatest scenes ever
mt upon the stage. The man or wo
nan who can witness it unmoved Is
kot to be envied. Something will be
adically wrong with him or her. Toto
ries to comfort her. Zaza kisses
ter on the brow, and leaves, without
er vengeance. She does not think
ierself worthy to kiss the little in
ineent girl upon the lips. But Zazt
an have the millionaire Duke. He
ffers himself, in the next act, for
he 20th time. Zaza literally storms
im from her cottage. Enter Dufrene.
'hey have breakfast. She tells him
hat she has been to his house, seen
is wife, and told all. He is crazy
rith anger and calls her the lowest of
reatures. There is an awful scene.
Ie is going to strike her. She rea
izes that he does not love her-never
id. Then she tells hini that she has
ied to him. He is sorry, says he
oes love her. She renounces him,
rives him out of her house, and goes
nek to the theatre. In two years she
the star of the Paris concert hall
tiage-rich, good, charitable, adored
y all, and respected. Her lover comes
Ack. She receives him1 kiidly. I'
-ants to be her lover again. No, never
gain, she sadly says, enters her ear
iage and drives off. leaving him
and1ing alone in the Paris Isoulevar-.
>f NEW and UP.
ieet our obliga
Stoves that cost $26.00 now $20.00
Stoves that cost 23.00 now 17.00
Stoves that cost 20.00 now 16.00
Stoves that cost 18.00 now 13.25
E!ove3 that cost 17.M r.w i12.50
Stovez that cost 16.50 now I11.50
Stoves that cost 12.50 now 9.00
Rt'ves that cost 12.00 now 8.00
Stoves that cost 10.00 now 7.00
WE HAVE 100 COOKING STOVES
rN STOCK AND NOW 15 'PHB
rIME rOR YOU TO GET A GOOD
STOVE CHEAP. WE ALSO HAVE
ABOUT 50 HEATERS FOR COAL
AND WOOD, WEIGH WILL GO AT
i, Trunks, Toy
res and Frames
id. furnish your
g at WHOLESALE PRICES
There is real pleasure I
the best tobacco grown
best tobacco grows-in I
Only choice selectior
well-matured and thorou
tobacco is used in
SCHNAPPS. That's why E
and others of the Reynol<
as shown by the Interna
statistics for a fiscal year
wonderful growth of si
quarter million pounds,
gain of one-third of t
increased consumption o
and smoking tobaccos in '
Evidently, chewers car
the flavor and they cheer S
because SCHNAPPS che
more than any other ch
bacco, and every man tt
SCHNAPPS passes the g
along--one chewer ma:
chewers-until the fact i
tablished that there are r
sold at A0c. per pi
R. J. AEYNOLDS TO
Fixing the Rate and prescribing
the Time for the Payment of Town
Taxes for the fiscal year 1906.
BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor
and the Aldermen of the Town of
Newberry, S. C., in council assembled
wid by authority of the same:
That for the purpose of raising a
revenve and in the exeeae of ihe
taxing power of said Town, the fol
lowing taxes are hereby levied for the
fiscal yeatr ending December 31st4
1906, upon all real and personal pro
perty within the corporate limits of
said Town (except such as is exempt
from taxation under the Constitutiou
and laws of this state) upon the val
uation thereof as assessed for taxa
tion for the county and state purposes
Section 1. That a tax of Sixty cents
on each one hundred dollars worth
of real and personlal property within
the eerporate limits of the Town of
Newberry, in the State of South Car
olina (Except such as is exempt from
taxation under the constitution and
laws of this State) is hereby leviedt
for the purpose of raising a revenue
to defray the ordinary expense of
said Town for the fiseal year ending
December 31st, 19061.
Section 1I. Tbat a tax of three
fourths of a. mill on each dollar's
worth of real and personal property
within the corporate limits of the
Town oif Newberry (except sneh as is
exemp,t from taxation under the Con
stitution anid laws of this state) 'is
hereby levied for the purpose of rais
ing a revenue to defray the bonded
indebtedness of said Town for the
Section JII. TChat a tax of two and
a half mills on each dollar's worth of
real and persoinal property within the
corporate limits of the Town of New
berry (except such as is exempt from,
taxation undler the Constitution and
lawsi of this state) is hereby leived
fo:- the puirjose of raising a revenue
to pay the interest on and create .a
sinking fund for the bonded indebted
ness of raid Town for the water
w,orks n I lectric lights plant.
Section IV. That a tax of one mill
on each dollar's worth of real and
personal property within the corpor
ate limits of the Town of Newberry
(except su'ch as is exempt from taxa
tion under the constitution and laws
of this state) is hereby levied for the
purpose of raising a revenue to pay
the interest on the bonded Indebted
ness of said Town for the sewerage
*Section V, That all taxes herein
imposed or lovied sell be pa44 to
the said Town in lawftd mo4 of
the United States, between tefif
teenth day of October, 100, and fit
'eenth 'day of November, 108 and- a
r~nalty of ten' per cent is hereby
ir.iposed upon, and shall he added to,
n j tagxes In arrdars,
Beaotion VI, That exsoukfon isse
vosordi,ig to law for the colleetlon of
t Yot Kno
in chewing chewers a
-where the chewed, to
he famous States wb4
was first 8<
is of this Stakteo wi
ghly cured yet been ol
CHNAPPS Java, qoffee
l's brands, to bring ou
I Rpvenue qualities.
mae the , classes of 4
and one- cause they
or a net really plea
he entire price; the
f chewing economical
the United 15c. plugs I
inot resist ulating flav
CHNAPPS* bn-cco 1cve
ers them tain much
ewing to- SCHNAPPS
Lat chews way to hid
ood thing erly cured.
.es other For the n
s now es- for tobacco
tany more like SCHNA
Pund In Sc. Cuts. Strlctly 104
BACCO COMPANY, WI
'ad unpaid for fifteen days, and cost
f said execution.
Done and ratified under the cor
porate seal of the Town of Newberry,
in the State of South Carolina, this
the third day of October A. D. 1900.
Attest: A. T. Brown,
Eug. S. Werts, Mayor.
Clerk and Treas.
T-AND rnp. RAT.T.
As agent for the heirs-at-law of
John McCullough, deceased, I will
sell the following named lands of said
deceased at public outcry before the
court house in Newberry on saleday
in November,. if not previously sold
at private sale.
The tract known as the "Pugh
Place," containing one hundred and
six and one-third (106 1-3) acres
bounded by lands of John Cousins,
B. C. Matthews and A. G. Wise.
A tract of 26 acres, bounded by
lands of R. P. Crotwell, Luther Per
kins and Brown & Moseley.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for
Persons desiring to treat for, those
lands at private sale can see me any
time at Newberry.
James W. Ellesor,
Agent for heirs-at-law of John
Kdney, Liv6r and
Bladder "'roubles I Otuer .manufactir
era say "'buy a bottle a1tdif it doesp't
sure we will refund yc:ir money.'' We
say ''take a fu~ll $.00%sjze FREE bot
tle of OVA SOL ardif$ it benefits
you, then use UVA SOL~ until cured.''
TPhis advertisement entitles you to a
bottle o)f UVA SOL at
A. J. Holt, ,Whitmre, 8. 0.
Only a. limited number of bottles
given away. Don 't miss this oppor
tunity to test., TJvr-S01
the contract for
your new build
Ing see W.,T. Liv
Nesbarry. 8. C
nd .pounds of tobacco
the population, in those
are SCHNAPPS tobacco
ld than there are in the
're SCHNAPPS has not
fered to the trade.
PS is like a cup of fine
sweetened just enough
t- its natural, stimulating
SCHNAPPS pleases all
,howers: the' rich, be
do not find a chew that
Mes them better at any
poor, becase it is more
than the large 10c. or
and they get their mon
:f the real snappy, stim
or so appreciated by to-.
-s. All imitations. con..
more sweetening than
They are made that
e poor tobacco improp
ian who chews tobacco
3 sake, there is no chew
f. and lSc. Pihas
Inston-Salem, N. Cr.
The tax books for Newberry county
will be open for collection of taxea
for fiscal year commencing January
1st, 1906, the 15th 'day of October,
1906, and will remain open without
petinIty until the 31st day of Decem
ber, 1906. Upon all taxes paid after
the 31st day of December, 1906, and
before the 1st day of February, 1907,
a penalty of one per cent will be ad
&de; upon.all taxes naid during the
month of Feb., 1907, a penalty of one
the fifteenth day of March, 1907, in.
clusive an additional penalty of five
per cent will be added.
The following is the levy:
For State purposes ......5 mills.
For ordinary county purposes 3 1-2
For constitutional school purposes
For court house .......1-2 mill.
For Dispensary ...... 1-2 mill
For back indebtedness .. 1-2 milL.
Total.--.. ..........13 mills.
Except in the following localities,
whore an additional railroad tax has
been levied viz:
Township No. 1.. .. .....2 mills
Township No. 8. ... ..2 1-2 mills.
Township No. 9.. .... ..3 mills.
And except in the iollowing school
districts where special school tax has
been levied, namely: .
Newberry school district No. 1. S
Chappetis 4schzool district Nio 39
Big Creek school district No 20.
Uitopia school district No. 10. 2
Whitmire school district No. 52. 4
Prosperity school district No 14,
4 .1-4 mil's.
iTMtle Mountain school district No.
30. 3 mills..
Excelsior school district No. 35. 2
Zion school district No. 56. 2 mills.
PoIraar'.. heloAO ,iotrict No. 28 1-2
A poll tax of $1.00 has been levid
on all male citizens between the ages
of 21 and 00 years, except those ex
empt by law.
.A tax of 50 cents each levied on all
Persons liable to road duty may
pay a commutation tax, of $3.00 from
the 15th day of March, 1907..
the 15th day of march, 1907.
All tax payers remiember all pro
peyty has. been lisped .sepay#,sted
please se.e that you have the, reeip
fer eachi piece of property so lIst.
Jolin L. Eppas
Beware of the man wl.A is afflicted
with. excessive epoliten'eas He $robab
ly has designs on.a slice Qf4our bank
While ti~ t says, Comeo and
iq, He is sure to say also oG an~1