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31 ANY (;OIX(; TO CIRCUS.
Barnum and Bailey Attracting Thousands
with Many New >ovelty
The Barnum and Bailey Greatest
show on Earth is attracting unusual
interest this season with its wonderful
program of European novelties, its
rebuilt parade, its complete menagerie.
and its recently added $">00,000 wordless
spectacle of "Cleopatra/' all of
which will be seen in Columbia October
The paracte, which takes place at 10 j
o'clock in the morning, is three miles
in length. In the*menagerie will be
found tbe only baby giraffe on exhibition
anywhere on earth. The inauotmt?o1
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duced on the biggest stage ever devoted
to an open air amusement. It is
erected in the main tent of the show.
There is a cast of 1,250 characters, a
grand opera chorus of 400 voices, an
orchestra of 100 musicians, a ballet j
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tire trainload of special scenery, cos- |
tumes and stage effects. This is the j
greatest spectacular, theatrical, and
circus event in the ihistory of amuse- 1
ments in America.
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IUU XXJLU.LL J **v wties
on the regular program wh;ch fol- j
lows the spectacle, are Katie Sand-1
wina's wonderful strong-woman act,
and novelty feats by a company of
Japanese warriors and jiu jitsu experts,
Winston's riding and juggling
seals, the Fillis troup of dancing and j
Garry Nell Swindler
Mary Alice Suber
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Miss Eva Thrift
Jessie Lee Earhardt
J. N. Longshore
The doll w
a 96-piece di
the best writ<
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jumping horses, a brass band of stallions,
Berzac's mule and mc .key circus,
the Siegrist-Silbon fami'y of high
air vaulters and somersaulters, Mae
Wirth thp erpatpst bareback and
somersault rider in the wcrld; Yicj
toria Codona, queen of high wire experts;
the Georgetty family of strong
i arm jugglers, the Florence, Les Jardy
and Les Deko families of acrobats,
seven herds of trained elephants, and
the fifty funniest clowns in 'he world.
The Barnum and Bailey circus for
more than fifty years has stood at the
head of the world's amusement affairs.
This year it is more interesting
than ever before, and twee as big.
It travels on a train more tl.an a mile
in length, covers fourteen acres of
ground, and has nearly 1,500 employes,
700 Worses, nearly two-thirds of the
elephants in .America, 110 cages in the
menagerie and over 2,000 \v igons and
other vehicles. The two performances
that will be given in Columbia will be
exactly the same as those presented
at Madison Square Garden, New York,
where the season was opened in
March. Not one detail has been changed.
The great spectacle was said to
be the most notable dramatic event
in the history of amusements in that
city, while the circus proper was credited
with being the best over given
Items From Throughout Salnda County.
Saluda Standard, 2nd.
Mesdames J. L. "Wferts aid Myrtle
Stone spent the week-end visiting re?
the Big D
_ 2,265 Mrs. W.
_... 1,600 Mary K
..... 1,785 ' Mary K
__ 2,704 Azile Ft
1,720 J. C. Br
1,875 Ella Bo'
1,785 Co lie B1
2,490 Lela Ma
? 1,700 Myrtle (
yzo Vixe Ka
1,725 Ollie Bt
..... 1,535 S. L. Sn
....... 1,215 Rubie E
1,025 Eva -Tor
...... 960 Elma G
..... 1.000 Vera Be
? 1,090 Marguei
? 890 Clyde H
? 875 Helen P
? Edna Sf
650 ,, 17
rnr M^rV K
? 565 .
_ 869 Bessie ;
775 Mattie !
1,550 Lillian C
ill be given to
er of votes on F*
)k Store is going
nner set, value
g-up of our stor
will be given la
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gooas ?11 same .
>use of a Thousand
, latives at Silverstreet. They a^co
made a flying visit to Greenwood to
see R. L. Werts a-id wife.
Miss Emma Werts has recently rejturned
l'rom the Dutch Fork, where.
! she visited at the pleasant home of Mr.
- - t T T iV
and Airs, .fames &. nuiiuiaii.
Peter Schumpert and \Y. Edwards,
of Saluda, were in Xewberry on .Monday
j Miss Ida Bowles. who recently
nursed the families of Cal Griffin and
! Oliver Berry through typhoid fever is
! now Ivinar verv low at -her father's
home in Newberry with a malignant j
case of fever.
Ernest Shroeder, of Silverstreet, was j
I the guest of Frank Waters last week, j
Misses Blanche and Mae Connerly,
of Dyson, visited this section last
Misses "Lizzie and Lula Odom, of
Chappells, visited at Mrs. J. M. Webb/s
one day last weeK.
Miss Carrie Herring, of near Chappells,
is taking a business CDurse at
McFeat-Bowen business college in
Mrs*. Edith Matthews, of Newberry,
-is visiting her niece, Mrs. H. C. Smith.
To Keep the Record Straight.
Of course matches are made in her.ven;
they're not needed in the other
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No, but the sulphur and brimstone
come from "the other place," and
there can be no matches anywhere
without sulphur and brimstone.?
Reporter Herald and News.
E. Miller 1,005
i Fant 1,660
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lith 1,080 .
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nta iviattnews oiv
mders 420 ,
Lou Wicker 625
ih Halfacre 890
Collins _ 250 !
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NOW HER FRIENDS
HARDLY KNOW HER:
But This Does Not Bother Mrs.
Burton, Under the
Houston, Texas.?In an Interesting |
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writes as follows: "I think it is my duty I
to tell you what your medicine, Cardui,
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My husband advised me to try Cardui,
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Friends hardly know me. 1 am so well."
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its ingredients acting in a gentle, natural
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You run no risk in trying Cardui.
It has been helping weak women back to
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Advisory Dept., 'Lhananooga, Tenn.. for Special
Instructions on your case and 64-page bonk. "Hnry.e
Treatment for Women," sent in plain wrapper. ^o9-i3
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stops til
Cough and Headache and works off the Coir;
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he home of Hart Schaffer &
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pared to furnish the
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The Family Cougrh Medicine.
In every home there should bt a bottle
of Dr. King's New Discovery, ready
for immediate use when any member
of the family contracts a cold or
a cough. Prompt use will,stop the
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spread of sickness, s. a. sua, vi ivmson,
Mich., writes: "My whole familydepends
upon Dr. King's New Discovery
as the best cough and cold medicine
in the world. Two 50c bottles
cured me of pneumonia." Thousands
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Every dose helps. Price, 50c
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Marx clothes. ^
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of wholesale Tobac- j
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when nothing else will, improve tlrfl
i health, adding strength and vigor^
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. Gaines, of Avoca, La, says: "F^|
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dren and all my friends were lookH
Jor me to die when my son insisM
| that I use Electric Bitters. I did s^H
j and they have done me a world of^
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