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pleasure and entertainment for so little
money as is offered during Chautauqua
week, commencing Monday,
June 24, 1912. A season ticket will
be sold for three dollars and that will
entitle one to a reserved seat for all
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er can not attend all of the attractions
the ticket can be. loaned to a friend,
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as it is transferable and will pass one
person into each entertainment The
holder of a ticket can have a seat reserved
and it will be reserved all the
week. If the ticket is not presented,
that seat will remain vacant; it has ,
been paid for and-it belongs to the
Reserved seats are now on sale at
Mayes' Book Store.
Some of the Attractions. j
CASTLE SQUARE .
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Among the speakers will be the
celebrated W. R. Stuart, who takes
the place of Dr. Spurgeon; Col.
George W. Bain, the brilliant and eloquent
Kentucky orator, of whom Sam
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Jones said: ,rHe wears like homemade
"jeans," and Robert Parker
Miles, the great dramtic lecturer.
Charles Howard Plattenburg. himself
one of the most popular lecturers
in the lyceum courses of the counti*y,
EDWIN BRUSH, MAGICIAN.
A Great Entertainer and Humor
Edwin Brush, magician, has
come near disproving Lincoln's
famous saying by fooling all of
the people all of the time for the
last half dozen years, and the people
seem to enjoy being fooled,
in this way at least. A good
.magician is popular always, and
Mr. Brush is plainly in that class.
Those who enjoy a wholesome,
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lorget-your-trouuics> unci Liniment
should make it a point to
see and hear Mr. Brush. He believes
heartily in the mission of
# mirth and holds that a laugh is
no less sacred than a tear.
Mr. Brush comes with but one
assistant, but he brings with him
a large quantity of baggage and
stage settings that will please the
eye and add to the attractiveness
of the entertainment.
will be the platform manager during
the week, representing the Chautauqua
Managers association, of Chicago.
What is expected to prove one of the i
finest features of the week is the Chi
cago Ladies' Orchestra, which includes
eight of Chicago's most accomplished
musicians, seven of them young ladies,
in programs so far beyond the ordi^
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nary that this company takes first
rank among lyceum attractions. With
the orchestra is Miss Cora LaPrade
Cawthon, "who will appear in interpretative
sketches from "As You Like
j It," "Polly of the Circus," "The Witching
Hour," "Madame Butterfly," "The
Dawn of a Tomorrow," "Strong
Heart," "The Cricket on the Hearth."
and others. This orchestra will give
three entertainments in Newberry.
Another attraction will be the cele
brated "Orchestra Comlque," which j
will be composed of local talent train- i
ed under the direction of Miss Dolly j
Randolph. Miss Randolph will gpend
j three days here training the orchestra
I nrorvorqtnrv +n tVl o ?>n tprtn 1 Tim PTlt hv
it, an-d during that time Miss Randolph
will furnish preludes or concerts as
desired. As a violinist, Miss Randolph
has appeared with many of the best
musicians of Chicago. Her "orchestra
comique" is an original musical
Mrs. J. Redding Cole, lecturer and
| story teller, will be a pleasant feature
! r\f rV?n nrnirram
j "The Castle Square Entertainers," j
| who will be in Xewberrv two days
| during the week, making two appear- j
| ances a day, are a quartette of popular
entertainers of excellence and ver- j
eatility. They will furnish good music |
and popular entertainment.
Another feature of the prog^m
' which should have mention will be
j the entertainment by Edwin Brush, j
! magician, illusionist, humorist inven-;
I tor, manipulator, ventriloquist and allj
round entertainer. Mr. Brush carries;
I an elaborate stage setting, and his,
j proficiency in the art of magic has at- j
I traeted wide attention.
Among the home-coming features
will be the trades display and the au- j
| tomobile parade. The trades display
last year was representative of the
j commercial life of Newberry, most of
| the business enterprises of Newberry
! being represented by attractive floats.
The proper committees will have
charge of these features of the week, j
The Chautauqua idea has had, from j
its inception, the hearty support of
the people of Newberry, and this accounts
for its success the first year.
There were large crowds here last
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June, aim ia. 15c cruvus aic cai/cv^u 1
during the forth-coining Chautauqua. I
SPARTANBURG IS BASE
FOR PELLAGRA STUDY
Thompson-tfcFadden Pellagra Commission
Will Prosecute Researches
in That City.
Spartanburg, May 20.?The Thomp-!
son-MsFadden pellagra commission
of the New York poet graduate hos-;
i Suits Ev<
It suits the most exacting Frenc
is found in luxurious villas?in camp:
Everybody uses it; everybody likes i
the year round. It bakes, broils, roast
It is equipped with a special heating
fection oven, broiler, toaster, and pa
^ signed for use with the
All dealers sell the stove. It is handsome!
finished in nickel, with cabinet top, dro
shelves, towel racks, etc. Long chimneys, en
ameled turquoise-blue. Made with 1, 2 or !
NEWARK, N. J.
4 Fall Quarts, - $4 50 81
6 Full Quarts, - . $6.50 12
Remit Postal or Express Money
I Certified Check. Guaranteed to pleas
Iplete price list mailed upon request
R CLARKE & SONS, I
The South'a Greatest Mail Order Wi
pital and school of medicine will establish
its station in Spartanburg. A
letter received today from Dr. Siler,
who cisited Spartanburg recently ih
the interest of the project, announced
that the selection of this city and |
conveyed the information that the 1
members of the commission w. I come 1
within the next ten days. The commission
is composed of Dr. Siler of the
medical corps of the United States 1
army; Dr. P. E. Garrison, past assistant
surgeon of the United States navy; I
Dr. Ward J. McNeal, assistant director i
of the department of laboratories of j
the New York post graduate medical
school. It is through the efforts of 1
the chamber of commerce that the pel- j
lagra investigation station has been1
hr-ino-ht tn thic pifv.
AVUQ.'V V"*?" V
China's Long Waterway.
China has the longest canal in the
world?the Grand. It is the longest
certified waterway, ant} goes from,
Tungtu to Hangchoo, a distance of 600
SCHOLARSHIP AND ENTRANCE
The exarrfnation for the award of !
vacant scholarships in Winthrop Col- !
lege and for the admission of new j
students will be held at the County
Court House on Friday, July 5, at 9
a. m. Applicants must be not less than
15 years of age. When scholarships
are vacant after July 5 they will be
awarded to those making the highest
average at this examination, provided
they meet the conditions governing the
award. Applicants for scholarships
should write to President Johnson before
the examination for Scholarship
Scholarships are worth $100 and
free tuition. The next session will
open September 18, 1912. For further
information and catalogue, address
President D. B. Johnson, Rock Hill,
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>n Oil Cook-stove
h chef. It suits the housewife. It
3?in farms?in humble city homes,
it It it the all-round stove for all
s and toasts as well as a coal range,
plate, and we sell the New Perncake
griddle?each specially deeper?
y tlao given to mJ/jjVBO
P anyone sending /WBtSSgX
~ 5 centi to corei J ? |
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COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON
12Sth Year Begins September 27.
Entrance examinations at all the
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It offers courses in 'Ancient and
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