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Pholyphonic imitator, who fills one
engagement on the Newberry Chau
tauqua, will make you laugh withou
being asha,Id of yurself. He will
make you think withou- !ee.*,g that
you are bored by a moralizing tale.
He will do the body more good than
ten prescriptions. He will rest your
tired brain and make your soul clean
er than before. All that he does iz
original. He imitates nobody.
Recognized everywhere as a master
of magic, myrth, myster, and who
performs the most sensational things
with ease and rapidity, and makes
Sones really doubt the accuracy of
his own sight.
Is one of the greaiest impersona
tors thait will travel in the South this
summer. He has been on the profes
sional platform about .tu yer uul
has been an entertainer all his life.
He renders such plays as: Enoch Ar
den, Shylock, Fagin, David Harumn
Eben \'olden, Chilo and many othex
poipular pla2ys and no-:els.
N0-r - 0OTI1
mime work aid greatly in presenting
his interpretz ions of the splendid
plays he has chosen for the enter
tanment of his audience. He can in
terpret and keep distinctly apart -en
different characters. and make you see
them so clearly as to belieWve them
real living human beings.
The DeRoven Male Quartet.
That has filled engagements on the
best and oldest lyceu's has been
secured for a whole week of attrac
tions. The DeKovens have flattering
press notices from such cities as
Rochester, Hanover. Pa., Norfolk, Va..
Athol, Mass. Space prevents print
ing any of these notices.
... ... ...
W\Xho fills only onei eng'agement on
I:he Chautaugua. is cerainly to be' Vot
ed as one of thle star attractions. She
i the fortunate possessor-of a pleas
ing personality. In fact she fairly
teems with that mysterious quality
universally designated as personlal
mag~netism. Her company consists of
four people. Miss Bargelt is a cray
on artist, but music and readings are
also givenl by the company.
Overtowering all the numbers is thE
big, jol!y, good natrred
(lark, of Ch!icago.
Who has bhsa egagedi as plat.forr:
ma nagxr r). .h. .nie '.;e. He wil
also drlivir o:n' l.cur. Cla rk tooli
of, his fr *nds hr is (: rey
ng June 18.
son would be the on' twvo attractionc
worl much. and that the others could
not be star attractions. This is ,:
great mistake. It. does cost a greal
(eal of money to bring th.s twc
great men here. and no effort shout
be spared to enable every one to heal
them. If any one is in doubt as tc
the ability of the other numbers sucl
doubt should be expelled when it i
shown that the, entire Chautauqu
will cost close to $2.000.
The tickets are on sale at Mayes
book store and th.ey are being sol(
rapidly, and you should not wait til
the last minute to secure tickets an
have them reserved.
IJune is here and the Chautauqu,
only a few days off. and you snoui(
Join the jolly throng.
REV. LOIS BRISTOW.
Of Abbeville. Who Will Conduct th
Union Services Sunday, Jun-e 1.
R. P. HOBSON.
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W. J. BRYAN.
)IR4. (IiAFTS' DEATH.
Goernor Blease Orders Re-investig
tin of D)emise of Newberry WYo
Gr .ie N'ews. .Iune 7.
S'eiff .1. Perry Poi and Coronv
a in 1"Crs1fro G veorBlea
n wb.~ e:~ he orderal a~ imeda
)(d a1 her homh in ihel Carol ir
v Ilage on last Thursday mnori
In his letter to the two county o
ficials Governor Blease stated that
had been reported to him that ti
woman's husband had been cruel
her and that her people suspectf
her of having been poiscned. Reques
ing them to thoroughly thresh ti
matter out and exhume the body
necessary and have asa exammnatic
made by an experienced physicia
Governor Blease closea his letter I
aking Sh-riff Poole andl Coroner Ba
so to rnlport to him ar onh' tnear hni
ngs a'. 1' the case.
* e-ia afte:no(on Xh")W (''
* \ 1eT a w rt to G uo
fieen founintion to produc zha least
bit of excitm9en-t. is the verdiet of
those familiar with tiu- c.?A co
of the case.
A; will bp remembered. Mrs. Crafts
was found .dead in bed on last Thurs
day morning by a neighbor who went
to the house after Mr. Crafts had gone
to the mill to perform his day's du
ties. The husband- was summoned at
once and the woman's death was re
ported to the coroner. Within a few
hours afterward the usual inquest as,
held and a' verdict returned by the
jury to the effect that Mrs. Crafts
came to her death from heart failure.
The body was prepared for burial and
shipped to Newberry for interment.
this town being Mrs. Crafts original
The letter received yesterday from
Governor Blease by Sheriff Poole is
Lj Columbia, June 5, 1911.
Mr. J. Perry Poole,
Sheriff Greenville County,
Greenville, South Carolina.
Dear Sir: It is reported to me that'
Mrs. Beatrice Crafts, wife of Moses C.
Crafts. died on June 1, 1911, at Caro
lina Mill village in your county.
It is further reported that Crafts
bought a bottle of coca cola the night
before and gave it to his wife; that
she drank it and went to sleep and
did not wake again. It is also stated
that Crafts left home that morning,
left his wife in bed asleep and went off
without his breakfast, something that
he had not been known to do before.
It is further reported that he had
the inquest held and the body em
balmed before any of her relatives
could reach the place.
It is further reported that Crafts
was cruel to his wife. and her people
have suspicion of poisoning. The
'names of Mrs. Lee Loftis, who lives
there. and other neighbors, are given
as parties who can be of servic'e to
,you in your investigation.
Please have this matter investigat
ed, immediately; see if a physician
was at the inquest and if you find any
thing suspicious, have the body taken
up and a thorough examination made
by experienced physicians.
I am sending a copy of this letter
to the coroner of your county and
requesting himi to help you in your in
Please be kind enough to look in
to this mitter immediately and let
me hear from you.
Cole. L. Blease,
I"It was a terrible sensation." sa s
the man who is narrating his exper
ience while almost drowning. "After
I went down for the third time my
past life flashed before me in a series
"You didn't happen to notice." ask
ed1 the friend, edging forward with in
t.?rest. "a picture of me lending you
that $30 in the fall. of 189S did you?"
"Your husband plays bridge like a
man who don't care for it."
"He doesn't care for it. Oh he
makes me so angry. Why he deliber
ately ignores all the precedents of the
greatest 'experts. And that isn't the
worst of it."
"Mercy, what else does he do?"
"He always wins."-Cleveland Plain
A graduath teacher at a salary of
S50 per month for an eight months
term is wanted to teach the Exca1sior
school, District M. Applications may
be sent to the undersigned oni or be
fore June 17, at which time the elec
-tion will be held.
JT. A. C. Kibler,
Prosperity, S. C.. R. F. D. No. 3.
J. C. Singley,
Slighs. S. C.. R. F. D. No. 1.
c D. B. Cook.
Prosperity, S. C.
NOTICE OF SPECI.\L SCHOOL
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY CF NEWDERRY.
In consideration of a sufficiently
signed petition from the voters anc
free holders of J'iigh school distrie'
t No. 1, known as Little Mountain schoo'
district, asking for an electicn to vot(
a special three-mills tax to be uset
for high school purposes in said dis
trict, the election for the said purposE
eabove named is hereby ordered to b<
fheld at the school house of said dis
~trict, conducted by the trustees of thE
'*district as managers, Con the 19th day
of June, 1911, beginning at 8 o'clocl
a. mn., and closing at 4 p. mn., a regis
~tration certificatc and poll tax receip
being necessary to vote in this e!ec
-ion. All vote-rs favoring the tax wil
om VO"'ye.," uzainst the tax "no."~
J. S. -Wheeler,
S. J.. Derrick,
.s . 0. Counts,
County Board of Education.
Nickle and Dit
The 10 Ce
36 Clothes Pins---------,- I H
2 boxes Shoe Nails........ . i c
2 Pint Cups...... .... .... 10
Slatted Basting Spoons.... A
T-a Strainer...........-.- 5 G
Wire Vegetable Sifter.... . 5 i G
Zinc Oil Cans.... ........ 5 P(
Heel Plates, any size, 6 for 5 G
Brass Cup Hooks, 6 for.... 5 G
Coat Hangers, 2 for....... -5 1S
Shelf Brackets, pair....--- . Ti
Screw Hooks and Eyes, 6 for 5 9C
Hammock Hooks, stout... C
Mouse Traps, 3 kinds. - .H
Tea Bells................ H
Can Openers ...........-. 5 C
Wash Belts and Belting ........
Elastic Belts, black and white..
Little Sox, fancy tops, large and s
14 in. Flouncing...........
Coral Necklace, very pretty.....
Fans, assorted styles............
Knitted' and Wool 4-in-hand Ties
Ice Picks and Shavers...........
Ice Tea Glasses..............
Milk Bowls and Jars.........
Nickle-plate Crumb Tray and Bru
Good smooth Tumblers, per set..
Our stock of Glass, Enamel, '
many good values. Come to us a
Do You Dreac
It takes a deal of mor
courage for some folks
buy new shoes. Stiff so14
and unyielding upper leaf
ers sometimes bring serio1
foot troubles in their wak
To many new shot
mean torment for a wet
with the sole made flexit
for tired and tortured feet
old shoe from the very fir
any shoe you ever saw.
The top and vamp are of sc
hide. We've taken out all t
in all the wear and all the
See this shoe at the Cradd<
Made in all styles and patte
kace and button boots.
b BuyrgTYur Groca
.His reputation for handli:
Igroceries is wide spread. -
all those who will patronize
Just received, fresh shipi
Hams and Breakfast Bacon
Olives, Pickles, Catsup, C
Peaches, White Rose Celon
apple, sliced and grated,
Flakes, Oat Meal, Welch's
best Ice Cream preparations
thing seasonable, at the low
Yours to pleas
nd Saw............ 10
-in. Files, flat......... io
-in. Files, square....... I0
iger Bits.............. io
)O Vie.............. 10
rass Sbears............ io
)inting Trowels.... .... 10
rden Trowels......... io
ass Cutter, -O. K....... io
tit Hangers............ 10
aBe1ls...... ..... ... Io
:rew Drivers...... ...io
umbination Pliers .. ...10
am ners............... Io
mair Seats........... 10
........... ......5and io
...... ............... Io
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................. 10 to 35
S . ................... 25
in and Crockery contains
d "Save the Difference.'"
the Red Bell
on the Box.
ile, is a positive relief
It is as pliable as an
st It is as stylish as
ft kid but tough as)horse
he stiffness. We've left
>ck agency in your town.
ies i roml Wilson.
ig nothing but first ekass
ranpt servLce is pledged
nent Kingan's reliable
lifornia Lemons, Cling
Tea, White Rose Pine
Kellog's Toasted Corn
Grape Juice, and the
known. In fact every
est possible pri,ces.