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REDPATH ANNOUNCES BOOKING
FOR NEWBERRY j
Variety of Offerings to Be Presented
Here in May?Details of
Two nop-notch dramatic comedies,
' Turn to the Right" and Friendly
Enemies;" Liurance's Little Symphony
orchestra; Judge Marcus Kavanagh,
former (Governor Brough of Arkansas
and other headline lecturers;
Irene Stolofskv, eminent violinist;
unique children's programs; Jess
Pugh, noted fun specialist?these are
among the ii> attractions which wiil
appear here a: the seven day Redpath
ch^ptauqua which comes to Newberry
The Collegian Male quartet, four
sisters who are also accomplished as
a bass quartet, will launch the week's
program with a popular concert on
the first afternoon. Following a prelude
by this company at night Charles
H. Brough, for two terms governor of
Arkansas, will deliver a lecture, "America's
Leadership of the World."
A concert given on the second afternoon
by the Montague light opera
singers will feature many light opera
melodies presented in costume with a
wealth of realistic dramatic detail.
At night, following a concert by the
Montagues, Edward F. Trefz, one of v
the organizers of the United States
chamber of commerce, a man of wide
travel and an authority on community
problems, will give his lecture, "The
New Industrial Day."
On the third afternoon, Irene Sro[lofsky,
brilliant concert violinist, and
assisting artists will appear in an artists'
Tlio tVii-r.-l will 'ip nvl
r night. Miss Stolofsky and company
will be heard in concert, following
which Sidney Landon, interpreter,
humorist and scholar, will present
his impersonations of Twain, Kipling,
Longfellow and other literary men,
with readings from their works.
The Cramer-Kurz trio, three entertainers?a
soprano, a character interpreter
and a piano accompanist?will
present a program on the fourth afternoon
preceding the unique lecture
demonstrations. "Well-dressed on a
Moderate Income," by Evelyn Kansen.
During the past year M'ss Hancon
"hoc lopfnrpH nn this subieet to
more than 95,000 people under the
auspices of the art institutes of Chicago.
She will be assisted on the
platform by young women models.
On the fourth night comes tho comedy
success, "Turn to the Right,"
with a wealth of amusing and heartgripping
episodes. "Turn to the
Right" will be presented by a capable
cast, organized by the New York,
producing department of the Redpath
On the fifth day Lieurance's Little I
Symphony orchestra of four violins,'
two cellos and a piano, features an
} abundance of classical and popular:
favorites for strings in a grand concert
in the afternoon and a prelude
at night. The Little symphony was
organized by Thurlow Lieurance, j
_ * u:.;. ^T;!
composer 01 r>y uie watas ui miu-<
netonka," and on tour will be under j
the personal direction of Harold Lewis,
On the fifth night Judge Kavanagh, i
noted jurist and criminologist and relentless
foe of lawlessness, will deliver
a challenging lecture, "Traitors
to Justice." Judge Kavanagh is a
member of the American Bar associa-'
tion's special committee on law en ?
y-s >. ,r? /-.nf o rJ V> i Cj i V T f i ?* C CiO'fiinCi'
IUI LCiliCHt, aiiu 4*40
lawlessness have received nationwide
Another queston of importance will
* be presented by Chester M. Sanford,:
vocational expert, who lectures en the'
.sixth afternoon on "Failures of the
Misfits." Mr. Sanford's address points
out the vital need of choosing the'
nvonpv vacation. A round table fol-.
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lows the lecture.
. "Friendly Enemies," delightful comedy
drama, on the sixth night, runs
over with laughs interspersed with
moments of gripping pathos. It will
be presented by a New York cast.
Vierra's Hawaiian*. singers and
players, on the last afternoon, clad
in their native costumes and playing,
the musical instruments peculiar to
their native land, will give a popular
concert, and at night will give an
equally popular prelude to a humorous
program presented by Jess Pugh,i
fnn ?t. ict TVnc loct rncrVlt'c nrn
gram will be a fitting finale to a great
Four unique children's entertain-!
ments will be given in addition to the
regular programs for adults, each of
the four entertainments for the
youngsters being given on a different
day. Mary Mason with her marionettes
will give one entertainment and
Duval Brothers, magicians, another.
The other entertainments are "Char
acters from the Story Books'* presented
by Kathleen Scott. a.';<i ('at:ier;j:e
Den.iy ana a popular eo:ic?-rt l?y
th?' Oarr.er-Kurz trie.. The rh:li!:'e"'s
programs w ll be given t-1tlifr in the
morning or in the afumoon.
COOD TIME IN STORE FOR NEWBERRY'S
Our County's Float Can Win $500
Prize in tlie Big State Parade
The club 'vomen of Columbia have
just organizea to act a> hostesses to
the queen candidates, and are making
every preparation to give them
the best time possible. And. of
course, the men are making their own
preparations too. We have been
asked to k< ep the many good tilings
in store for the young ladies a dark
<cc;ret for a while longer so their surprise
may be complete.
I i;c i ia;?wn x ^rceived
numbers of k-iiers from former
queen candidates expressing i-u-ir
unusual pleasure last year and they
are unanimous in saying, "It was the
best time 1 ever had.'' Queen candidates
have the best seats already reserved
for them at every stage performance
at Palmafesta. They will
see the spectacular fireworks display,
the gorgeous exhibit of wearing sip
parel at the style show, will hear the
beautiful music of bands and opera
star now being engaged by the chairman
of the entertainment committee,
Mr. L. L. Propst, who is in New York
with the determination to secure tho
best star irrespective of the expense
or trouble. There will be dinners,
dances, balls ana?what will be the
most beautiful of all events?the
queens coronation will be enacted bv
the queens themselves, arrayed in the
court finery which characterized the
coronation of the queen of England
in the days of chivalry and knights
Do the girls of South Carolina want
to be at Palmafesta? Interest is running
high all over the state. Girls
want to enjoy this good time?and
there is the $500 diamond ring awaiting
the fortunate girl to be chosen
queen of Palmafesta. Last year the
contest was close. Up to the very
ticf- rnivmto o rlr.vrm r*y? mnrp nf flip
young ladies had practically the
same number of votes. Who knows
but what this county will be the honored
one and our candidate bring
back the distinction of being Queen
of 1922 Palmafesta?
All of the young ladies will assemble
in Columbia on Monday, April
th 17th, when Palmafesta starts and
will be the guests of Palmafesta until
Saturday, the 22nd of April, when
1922 Palmafesta will close. All expenses
will be paid by Palmafesta and
all the young lady must do to win the
distinction of being Palmafesta queen
is to be elected in her own county
cm tr> C nlnniKia nvi/1 pnrnndto with
the other young ladies assembled. The
candidates do nothing in Columbia to
win the ruling place but appear before
the voters and be introduced.
The beauty supplement this year
will be widely circulated over the
state and the county queens will not
only have their pictures 'n this beautiful
page but their pictures will be
put in the Palmafesta program to be
preserved in permanent form.
All of the young ladies will be per
1 Will bu
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sonaiiy conducted about the bijc show
of automobiles ami trades displays .
where the many industries ar.<! prod-.'i
uc-ts of the state will be demonstrated
to the nublic.
The $500 prize for ihe best county.
float is brjn-.rinjj many resist rat oris.
Hambone says, "Last year you could
n't buy nuthin for a dol'iah. and this
year you cain't ?e: a dollah to buy ;
nuthin' with,'' but here is a way to
go; $"00 in gold. This county can *
oai iiy design a good float to show the :
natural resources. the industries o:
some historical event and have aS ;
good a chance to win trie prize as any
one. -Just write to Mr. James (>.
Holril, 121 o Ladv street. Columbia,;
and teli him you want to enter a float. .
Middie Blouses, siz
collars and white with
day and Monday spe<
New spring- Voiles *
Dotted Swiss in ail'
Easter Dresses. See <
New shipment Dre;
Men's summer unic
Black and tan
Black, white and t:
10 lbs. best Sugar f>
And many other bf
T? ii(L Ss us
"TIWflMP?" i^r-ycnagr mn??? -<i? >-- ~.'L
y Mules of i
ules, and bi
buy for the
I .? in nil a-n I ! II *; Ill wiiig
i l"1'* parade v> 11! ; rhur.-day,
\},v\ the 201;:. a.:<i v.;:. '>e a mani110th
Hampton Literary Society
The Hamper. Literary society of
Little Mountain high school will have;
:i public debate i.i the school auditorium
Friday evening, March 12"J.
nt S:lo o'clock. The query Is, lie
-oiv?-(l. That '.he i'i oirram of tin- Joint
special <\>mm:ttee <>.i K: venue and
Faxa'.ion Ofi'er? the Best Solution of
v.ur i Carolina's Tax Problem." The
iiubiir is cordi; :iy invited.
ivGTiCE TO HEATING CONTRACTORS
Se::?ed bi;!s v;li be received by W.
CI. Mayes. chairman board of trus-j
tees, a*. Xewberrv. untill 12 o'clock,:
0 HI 1 ' _
i Dry Goo *
es 14 to 44, solid white <
i blue collars and cuffs,
rnd Organdies, ali colors
the leading colors, just t
? Ginghams, just the kin
A n oth e v sh i p m ent
and Straps, black a
frr <> _ j ^
wmsTOOt I'uuuer iic
\ Saturday and Moncl
^ the pair. They are r
r-T.'-e I TMlMTDU/ir A ?
n Underwear, all sizes. !
or 50c. 10-lb. limit.
irgains not mentioned.
any kind fc
ing your pi
s next ten <
y, S. C.
M., Aprii t<. and opened at ail i |
hour ;Hereafter as wiii be designated
by the ;ii?-hi t*i*l for the heating: of j
a-.' .'iron l.? Sn -ers Street school huild
i:v'. to be located in tht c ity of Newberry,
stale of South Carolina, on
prop- ity owned l>y the city.
I>id- must be marked Proposal for j i
Healing Contract and must be ad- I
dressed to W. (J. Mayes, chairman, i i
Each bid must have a certiried i
cne? ! : for $ 150.00 made payable to,
the order of v\ . (i. Mayes, as a guar-,
anter tint he will, if awarded the cont.
si^'i the proper contract.
Plans and specifications may be had :
from 0. 1?. Cannon or Jas. C. Hemp- j
The right is reserved to reject any j
or ail bids.
.JAMES C. HEMPHILL,
11.,'n ~VT'lT,f?V> X 1
J ll . .Kl.iV.. ,
- Oa j;
and white with red
$1.50 values, Satur
25c, 35c the yd. up
1 m irirsrl wfl.nt.eH for
ii V 1111A 1 ? W.
id wanted for school
25c and 50c the yd.
of soring Oxfords i
nd tan. medium toe,
els, .$4.00 values. ;
ay specials, $2.98
?1.00 value for ..85c j
10c the pi\
10c the pair and lip
>r cash; |
ugs; we !
|lfiymm?agai ? T ii ** . .
I 11 Pi B WHIM
Grow Good Gardens Generally
5c Paper ;
r> f OP"
b tor Z5 cents ]
Bountiful Bunch Beans
Green Pod Stringless ? ?
Valentine ? ?
Early and Field Corn
?* ' 1 n i 1 c n I
iViemaar ixewoerry vnumucr ui vwunuvive I
' i 1 ?
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Don't Spare the Spoon
in time of sickness. Doses of
medicine must be taken to
get well again, but a lot will
depend upon the quality of
the medicine the spoon holds.
Bring your doctor's prescrip*
T Ml ,
tion here and you will get just
what his order calls for, made
up of the purest and freshest ,
^ JlI_ ? ? o i- /\ /inMA
arugs, v/itn cuii^uiiuiiaic wic
and skill, yet charged for most
reasonably. Prompt service.
Mayes Brag Store
Newberry, South Carolina
Member Newberry Chamber of Commerce.