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"The Cow and the Moon."
"The Cow and the Moon," the com
panion play of 'The Cat and the Fid
die," which Mr. Chas. A. Sellon offers
for public approval at the opera
use next Thursday night, February
-is truly a quick course in geogra
phy as well as offering still more evi
dence of this clever producer's ability
in producing the best of laughable
It begins -its extravagant story at
kprosaic Not Much Ville, Indiana,
h"Vere dwells the heroine, Miss Inno
cence, in complete and happy ignor
ance of aught but sister beings.
I There she leads a simple humdrum
ife in a ladies' seminary, little reck
'ning the kaleidoscopic fate soon to
efall her. Here enter most of the
tors in the story, about forty by
count, and from the chaos resulting
from the sudden meeting of so many
and divergent characters at one time,
an abduction of the aforesaid beauti
ful maiden occuws which is executed
solely by Great DQmo, on whom is
cast the onus of doing the heavy
work through the whole of this laugh
able concatenation. Proceeding thence
across the continent to Francisco and
from there to Japan, the audience re
eives new surprises, each moment as
,to the possibilities of intelligent stage
craft, until the climax occurs, and
they ane completely lifted off their
feet by a trip .to the moon in a fly
ing machine. There, those who have
retWined command of their fa;ulties
and have allowed none of the hun
di'ed tricks, incidental to this whirl
wind of action, color and song, to af
t their grasp of the real logic of
ts are treated to their presuppos
ea of a happy ending of all the
. 1ss Innocence is rescued from
Great Domo's naughity grasp; all are
wed who show the slightest inclina
tion for connubial felicity; the cow
*umps over the moon, while Happy
And the Good Genii, Hans and Mike,
together with a tremendous well
trained chorus, unite in songs of
thnkgiving. that all their efforts
have not been in vain and th'at every
thing has ended happily for all con
KWell1, what an exciting time between
Miss Ellen Werrts and Miss .Annie
-Koon. They are trying to oust Mrs.
Domj,nick ont of first place.. Th1s is
certainly makinig these yous. ladies
and their friends do some. extra work.
Good for you girls, keep up at this
iIively pate and you hylill certainly
*have things going your way..
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many months. "Nobody said it
couldn't," cuttingly remar>ks the New
berry Herald and News, "but why
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- >eyor/d all usages of civilized war
Miss Julia Smith and Miss Joe Cald
wiell say there is going to be some
thing doing in the line of getting sub
scriptions :this week--so .take heed for
these young ladies are determined to
make a flying leap.
The Greater Youth's Companion.
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Overdrafts, secured and
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Jno. M. Kinard, Presli
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY. 9
By Frank M. Schumnpert, Probate_
WHEREAS, J. L. Grahamhath made gy~
suit to me to grant him letters of ad- g M
ninistrationl of the estate of and ef
fets of Johrn A. Graham,PR
THESE ARE THEREFORE to cite
~d admonish all and singular the
kindred an.d. creditors of the said
John A. Grahama, deceased, that they --
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ofFebruary, Aino Domini, 1911.
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lent. 0. B. Mayor, V.-Pres.
_ We a
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I am the man for you Come
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on my list several very
ent bargains in farm er.
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ory that can now be' New'
ised at tempting prices.
are in any way inter
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Iknow of my present THE
R. HUNTER, Broker.______
s Bank Fuds
livided prft_.... 62,647.79
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~ts You Right."
J. Y. McFal, Cashier
vll sell every article in
Louse at actual New
cost for the
look, you will b6 con
I that the price is low
No matter what you
we have it at actual