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Scene Act II in "The Lion and The
All America, to be Here ox
At the Opera House, October 25th,
Henry B. Harris will produce Charles
Klein's greatest play, "The Lion
and the Mouse," a drama which has
achieved the greatest success in the
atrical annals in the past ten years.
The premiere production of this piece
was given in Boston four years ago
and was played at the Lyceum Thea
tre, New York, for months without a
single break which is a record no
other production can boast of, as at
some time during the Summer, other
atractions have been compelled to
close at least for a period of two to
four weeks. -
It may be said in truth that "The
Lion and the Mouse'' picturing as it
does social and financial life of the
upper class of Americans to-day is
the great American play for which
the publie have long been waiting.
It appeals because of its vivid pic
turing of these phases of life which
ae to-day on everyone's tongue and
because of its absolute truth. The
east includes a number of players es
pecially selected by Mr. Harris for
the presentation of this great drama.
"opMy Paper and Send the Bill"
Several weeks ago, one of our sb
scribers gave us some information
concerning what he thought was too
much freedom being allowed a cer
tain trusty on the chain ga-ng, and,
requested us to cirticize the board of
county commisioners and those man
aging the gang through our edito
rial columns "but not to mention
From the infcrmation given us we
felt inclined to do so, but upon in
vestigation found that there were
two sides to the question, and that
the trusty was not being allowed any
greater privileges than others had
been allowed. We therefore deelined'
to lend our aid in precipitating aeon
troversy whieh would do no good
wiatever. For this reason our sub
seriber has demanded that we make
out his bill, as he does not want an
other'issue of the paper.
So you see what a poor editor has
to contend with. He is expected to
do the nagging for other folks, and
if he does he is criticised, and if he
does not he is criticised, so there
you are and it seems to be no neu
tral ground upon whieh he is allowed
to stand and be at peace with every
This is the third subscriber in our
-nearly four, years of existence that
has ordered the paper stopped to
"spite" the editors, but two have
seen the error of their way and have
returned to the fold and are now
happy readers of The Advance, and
we sincerely hope that the third will
follow their examp.e and soon see
that he, too, is losing more than are
the editors. We hate to lose a sin
l1e subscriber but assure the others
that it will take quite a umrber of
such :osses to put us out of business,
amd that the Advance will continue
to work for what it thinks is for the
best interest of our county, town and
community, regardless of what oth
ers think. We can not run a paper
and be successful by doing what oth
ers think is right, as we have found
'that there is but one way, and tihat
is to do what we think is right and
let the result be what it may.
We wonder anyhow, :how long it
'will be before the public a,t large
will frnd out that The Advance can
not be coerced or bulldozed into do
ing what they want done.
Did you ever hear of the old we
man tha.t cut off her nose to spite her
laas That's what we are mainlel
Mouse," a Play That is the Talk of
Monday, October the 25th.
of when subscribers get mad and
quits ''subscribing." They don't
usualy quit reading, however, not if
their neighbors subscribe.
"The Lion and the Mouse" which
Henry B. Harris will present at the
Opera House Octoher 25th is the first
play to be based on frenzied finance
conditions and its timely theme has
much to do with its sensational suc
cess, because of the public insisting
in identifying the lion with one of
America's money barons the play has
attracted widespread comment from
newspapers and magazines all over
"The Lion and the Mouse' is more
like the great American play for
which the public has been waiting
than any piece that has been seen on
the stage for many years. It goes
without saying that it is the greatest
theatrial value ever offered and any
American who has his count;ry's wel
fare at heart should see this inter
Tickets on sale October 31 st
sive, with final limit to return le;
cluding, but not later than midni
Two passenger trains daily to ar
trains leave Columbia 1 1.15 a.
time to visit the Fair.
Get Your Ticket
IWhich Include Admissioi
LEAVE A M.
Clinton. ........ . - 745
Goldville....... ... 8.02
Jalapa ....... ...... 8 24
Newberry .... .... 8.47
Hilton........ ----- 954
White Rock..-.-.-... 958
Ballentine.... ...... 10.06
Arrive Columbia. .1-5
Returning, trains leave Columbia 11.
For information, call on any agent
W. J. CRAIG,
Wilmington, N. C.
MTLLIONS OF LIVES LOST.
An Awful Toll Collected by Con
Deaths from This Disease.
If people could only understand
that systemic caarrh is an internal
disease that external applications
cannot cure, they would not need to
be warned so often about this mal
ady, which, when neglected, paves
the way oftentimes for consumption,
at the cost of millions of lives every
year. Yet catarrh may be cured, if
the right treatment is employed.
,Catarrh is caused by a general
diseased state of the system whidk
leads commonly to annoying and
perhaps serious local conditions,
which may prove a fertile breeding
ground for germs of consumption.
External remedies give but tempo
The only way to successfully treat
catarrh is by employing a medicine
which is absor,bed and carried by the
blood to all parts of the system, so
that the mucous membrane or inter
nal lining of the body is toned up and
made capable of resisting the infec
tion of consumption and other dis
We have prepared a remedy from
the prescription of a physician who
for thirty years studied and made
catarrh a specialty, and whose
record was a patient restored to
ealth in every case where his treat-*
ment was followed as prescribed. That
remedy is Rexall Mucu-Tone. We are
so positive that it will completely
overcome catarrh in all its various
forms, whether acute or, chronic, that
we promise to return every penny paid
us for the medicine in every case
where it fails or for any reason does
not satisfy the user.
We want you to try Rexall Mncu
Tone on our recommendation and
guarantee. We are right here where
you live, and you do not contract
any obligation or risk when you try
Rexall Mucu-Tone on our guarantee.
We have Rexall Mueu-Tone in two
sizes, 50 cents and $1.00. Very of
ten the taking of one 50-cent bottle
is sufficient to make a marked ibn
pression upon the ease. Of course
in chronic cases a longer treatment
is necessary. The average in such
instances is three $1.00 bottles. Re
member yon can obtain Rexall Rem
edies in Newberry only at our store,
-The Rexall Store. Gilder & Weeks,
Main street, Newberry, S. C.
RY ftLAURENS R. R.
to November 6th, 1909 inclu
aving Columbia up t', and in
ght of November 8th, 1909
id from Columbia. Returning,
m. and\5.30. p. in,, allowing
a via C. N. &L.
1 to the Fair Grounds.
P. M. to Fair.
2.59 ........... 2.55
3.04 ---- --. -... 2-45
3.20............. .... 2.05
3.34 -- - - - - -- - -5
4-11.. ----------------... 1.50
4.27 ................ 1.251
15 a m and 5.20op.rm.
J. F. LIVINGSTON,
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ONE NIGHT MO
Play TEE EN
Broken By (
All Records A CAI
The popularity of "The Lion and the
Mouse" does not seem to diminish at the
Lyceum Theatre. -New York World.
"The Lion and the Mouse" played to
the largest audiences ever known in the
history of the Park Theatre. -Boston
Seats on sale Thur
Mrs. Alice Robertson
Teacher of Piano, Voice and
Studio 1218 Main St.
C)pen Monday, Cctober 4.
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
A GREAT FEATURE.
Of the South Carolina State Fair at
Columbia Will Be the Visit of
The Atlantic Coast Line announces
very low round trip rates from alt
points in South Carolina to cover the
above occasions; tiekets to be on
sale October 31 to November 6 in
lusive, with return limit to leave
Columbia up to and including, but
not later than, midnight of Novem
ber 8, 1909. Tickets will include ad
mission to the Fair and transporta
tion to and from Fair Grounds on 1.
cal trains of the A. C. L. which will
make frequent trips.
When the President will meet and
address the people at the Fair
Grounds and review the Military and
Inquire of J. F. Livingston, S. A.
L. Agent, Columbia, or any Agent
of :he Atlantic Coast Line, for in
formation as to rates, schedules and
T. C. White,
Gen. Passenger Agt.
W. J. Craig,
Passenger Traffie Manager.
Wilmington, N. C.
OH&A RERTON'S GAI1& WBBK
Will Occur This Year from Octieber
25 t~o 31, and the Atlantic Coast
Line Offers Very Low Rates.
As usual the progressive citizeas
of 'the City by the Sea, are out with
announcements of their Gala Week,
but this year with a longer list ana a
higher elass and more pleasing at
tractions, than in former years, and
they are accompanied by a cordial
invitation to visit Charleston which
promises a warm welcome.
The distinguishing feature will be
the five great musical concerts. The
Russian Symphony Orchestra, fifty
pieces strong, will make its first ap
pearance in the South and a chorus
of more than two hundred picked
voices will take part in these con
Numerous Torpedo boats, the com
plted navy yard, parades decora
tions by day and illuminations by
night, added to the assured 'hospital
ity of the people, will make this
trip one long to 1be remembered
pleasantly by every visitor.
Low rate round trip tickets will be
sold to Charleston by the Atlantie
Coast Line from all points in South
Carolina, and from Gibson, N. C.,
Savannah, Ga., and intermediate
points, October 25 ~to 31, inclusive,
ood returning to leave Charlesten
p 'to and including, but not later
han, midnight of November 1, 1909.
For tickets and information re
arding rates, schedules, ete, eall on
J. F. Livingston, S. A. L. Ticket
Agent, Columbia, S. C., or any agent
>f the Atlantic Coast Line
T. 'C. White-,
- Gen. Pass. Agent.
W. J. Craig,
Passenger Traffic Manager.
NDAY, OCTOBER :
e Talk of All Ameri
Henry B. Harris Will Present
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:HAS. KLEIN, Author of "The Third Degr
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Xo=t3ms in C32i0ago-6 ZZOnt
The play the public has been waiting
The cleanliness of "The Lion and the
Mouse" has much to do with the estab
lishing of its popularity.-New York
, - 75c., - $1.00
sday, Oct. 21st, at Newberr
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