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True to his promise, Gus Hill offers
a new vehicle each successive season
for Bud Fisher's eccentric character
conceptions "Mutt & Jeff." One
cannot imagine the arduous labor at- j
tached to the task of furnishing a new j
book for the ludicrous troncs 01 mose
two ill mated comics, for the reason
that th 5 pace set by the original production
is a hard one to follow. There
must be.a laugh to every line o:' "Mutt j
& Jeff" dialogue,ia scream to every sit- ]
rat-ion, the audience looks for it and j
( it must be forthcomng. New ones, j
mind, not old time worn "gags,"' how.
ever, Mr. Hill has succeeded admirably
in keeDine faith with his patrons and
has oflered a suitable and satisfactory
t>ook for the past four years. <l,.Mutt
and Jeff in Mexico" bids fair to j
prove the most successful of all former
productions under the title, which
alone suggests humor even to tee layman's
mind. Wonderful opportunities
>> are offered for scenic display and light
effects, which have been taken ad- j
vantage jf to their fullest extent. The !
first scene is laid at Annapolis Naval <
Academy, when a probable war is an- j
nounced with Mexico. A battleship is J
about to sail for Vera Cruz under seal- j
ed order. "Mutt & Jeff disguised as j
secret service men, succeed in obtaining
passage to Vera iCruz. Once on
board the battleship the fun begins !
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interrupted of course, by some time- 1
Iful chorus numbers, songs dances and
tango manoeuvers or specialty fea- ,
For the coming season Mr. Hill offers
the most capable company of performers
he has ever been able to gather
together. Those two "comics,"
"Mutt & Jeff" with their entire official
family will come to the Opera
House next Monday. September 21..
Past experience with Gus Hill's
''Standing Room Only" sign, should
have taught you to secure seats in
advance and void disappointment.
IX FROZEN >ORTH
Dozen of Karluh's Men Lost After
?'reek?Eleven Others Safe.
Nome, Alaska. Sept. 13 (Delayed in '
Transmission).?Twelve members of
the Stefansson Artie expedition have
perished, it was learned today when
the United States revenue cutter Bear
arrived with 11 survivors of the exploration
ship Karlnk's crew, rescued
from Wrangell island by the gasoline
schooner King and Winge and transferred
to the 3ear 75 miles from
me ivariuK was crusea in tne ice
last January and part of the crew,
after incredible hardships and perils,
reached Wrangell island, but 70 miies
distant on March 12 with 79 days'
rations. These were exhausted about
June 4. Death by starvation and
cold was ever near the castaway until
September 6, when the rescue ship
arrived. The King and Winge, after
leaving Nome September 3, went to
East Cape, Sioeria, to take on Eskimos
and skin boats. She then laid
her course for Rogers harbor, Wrangell
island, arriving there about 1:30;
o'clock on the night of September 6, j
Four Eskimos in a skin boat ^vent 1
ashore and brought back a number !
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of men. 'J he schooner then pro-!
ceeded to the othei* side of the island,;
where it picwed up the remaining sur- j
vivors. A blac? and white cat picked ;
up by tee Karluk's crew at Victoria,
< B. C., last year also was rescued.
Counting the eight men who perished
on the ice while trying to reach
land, after the Karluk was crushed, i
the three who died on "Wrangell is
land, and Andrew Norman of the Anderson
party, who committed suicide
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by shooting while insane from exposure,
12 men of the Ste.ansson expedition
After the Karluk was crushed in
the ice north of Herald island last
January, her party camped on ice for
some time. Finally they decided to
make for Wrangell island. They divided
into parties and set out. The
parly led by Dr. *"orDes-.\iacKey
changed its mind and headed for the
Siberian shore. It repented and was
seen to lay its course again for Wrangell
island. Four days later, in the
third week of February, a tsrrible
blizzard raged which opened the ice
in all directions and churned it. There
was no hope that any of the eight'
escaped, but the survivors on Wran
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geil iblclIIU in t'ti; UJI
for the eight lost men, going even to
After their rations were exhausted,
the castaways subsided on whatever
food they were able to gather. They
killed three polar bears and many
seals and birds.
How to K(?ep Young.
In the September Woman's Home
Companion Ralph Waldo Trine, writ
ing an article, entitled "What is
Youth??What After Youth?" writes
:.n part as follows:
"A very general rule with but few
exceptions can he laid down as follows:
The body ordinarily looks as
old as the mind tninks and feels.
"Shakespeare anticipated by many
years the 'best pyschology of the times
when he said: 'It is the mind that
makes the body rich.' An eminent
modern writer has given utterance to
the same truth more fully and more
helpfully, perhaps In the following:
'The prevailing state of mind, or
character of thought shapes the body
and features. It makes us ugly or
pleasing, attractive or repulsive to
others. Our thought shapes our gestures,
our mannerism our walk. The
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least movement of muscle has a mood
of mind, a thought, behind it. A mind
always determined, has always a de-1
termined walk. A mind always weak,j
shifting, vacillating and uncertain, j
makes a shuffling, suamonng, uncer- i
tain gait. The spirit of determina-;
tion braces every muscle. It is the
thought-elecement of determination
filling every muscle. ... If you
send from you in thought the elements,
of worry, fret, hatred, or grief,
you are putting in action forces injurious
to your mind and body. . .
Look at the discontented, gloomy,
melancholy, and ill-tempered men or
women, and you see in their faces
proofs of the ac;ion a:' this silent
, force of their unpleasant thought,
cutting, carving and shaping them to
their presnt expressioon. Sue 1 people
are never in good bealth, for that
force acts on them as a poison, and
creates some form of disease.'"
The Twlifflit of KiHg;s.
The hellish crash of shells that speed
The red, red shrieks that rend the
Foul slaughter's sounds from every
vale and hill,
^en thousands dying while ten
Oh, kings, these are your death
knells; these on high
I Scream to a world that you must
be 110 more.
Wail that the despot's twilight time is
Inscribe your fall with every drop
; Each moan that rises from a widow's
! Each sob that shakes a virgin
sweet heart's breast,
J Each tear- that falls as child and
J Proclims your sun is downing 'in
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sico ihis lime.
"ake Vera Cruz With
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lILDER & WEEKS
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YOI K CORN WILL VANISH
in a few days if you will use our corn
cure as directed. And going to the
other extreme our scalp lotion will I
remove dandruff just as quickly and I
effectively, fr.ose are oniy two or
the good things Lo be had at this
drug store. We'll tell you the others J
if you ask.
Mayes' Drug Store
Phone 133. Newberry, S. C.
Kidney Trouble?if you suff, write today
for sample bottle of Whittle's
Epsom-Lithia water. The most effprl-ivo
wcitpr fnr /Mirinor Rhpiima
tism, Diabetes, Brights disease. A
wonderful Uric Crystal solvent and
Acid Eliminator. Heals the weak
Kidneys Readily. Write at once
Whittle Springs Co., Whittle
Springs, E. Tenn.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
By C. C. Schumpert Probate Judge.
Whereas, Thomas Duckett Copeland
made suit to me to grant him letters of
administration of the estate and effects
of Lucinda Caroline Moseley
These are therefore, to cite an dadmonish
all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said Lucinda Car
oline Moseley deceased, that they be
and appear before me, in the court of
probate, to be held at "Newberry, S.
C., Ox. September 30th., next, after
publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in
the forenoon, to show cause, if any
they have why the said administration
should not be granted.
Given under my hand tthis 10th, day
of September, Anno Domini 1914.
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3 times more light for same money
Telephone 158. Quick Delivery.
P. E. WAY, Druggist.
We Give Pony Votes.
Dr. J. A. AVhittmore, optician of the
10. L. Walter Optical Co., Columbia,
will be at T M. Rogers' jewelry store
! September 16,1 7, 18 and 19, with
! samples of everything optical. Special
I attention g'ven to school children. lie
! uses no crops or drugs and does not
; claim to do the miraculous. No charge
| ror examinations. Remember the
! place?T. M. Rogers' jewelry store
from Wednesday, September 16th to'
Saturday, September 19. ?Adv.-3t
| OUR FJHEXDS IX PROSPERITY
Gire Added Praise.. Their Statments
It is gratifying for us to read such
j good news, as the following, for it
shows that the experience of our
; friends in Prosperity is the same as
that cf many Newberry men and woman
liova onnl'on Allt O? Vioartilv
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in 'these columns:
Mrs. J. M. \Vhe9ler, Prosperity* S.
C., says: "My kidneys were disordered
for a long time, causing terrible 1
pains through my loins and limbs. I
also had a constant ache in my back
and on some occasoins, I could scarcely
get about. The kidney secretions j
were unantural and annoyed me great- j
lv t pnnsnltpri spvpral nhvsicians and i
x. ? I
tried a number of kidney remedies, but!
did not improve in ithe leas:. I had
about given up the hope of ever being j
cured, when my son-in-law procured
a supply or Doan's Kidney Pills for me ;
at Newberry Drug Co. He had read j
that they were good for kidney trouble |
and induced me to try them. I did so 1
and af:er Ihad taken two boxes, the:
backache had left and my kidneys I
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simply ask Tor a kidney remedy?get
Doan's Kidney Pills?the same that
Mrs. TV heeler had. Foster Milburn
Co.. Pr p?, "D 12Ta I o, X. Y.
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stock comes from c
Crystal Factories in
When in need
you to come to s
war has had n<
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Premier Car.ier o!
Chappells $3 25
Old Town 3 15
Silverstreet 3 P
Newberry 3 90
Prosperity 2 90
Pomaria 2 80
A Special Train will be open
Jacksonville on the following
Leave Columbia 11
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Leave Blackville 2:2
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