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THE SCHOOL LYCEUM
FIr?t Entertainment at School Audi to*
rium Next Weducsda) Evening
The fust attraction o( the school
lyceum course will be next Wednes
day evening, October 6th, in tlx- tonn
of a vat ifd program r? ifdered by the
Morphets, a company th;;t comes very
Mr. Morphet is (mi- of the standard
attractions of the lyceum. in addi
tion to a fine program of inngic and il
lusions, be and bis assistants give a
delightful half hour of music, intro
ducing a number of novelty Instru
The Morphets are masters of magic,
melody and mirth. .Mis. Morphet is
a musician of satisfying quality, she
adds materially to the pleasure and
profit of the entertainment. In the
Prof. M pint.
magical part of the program she kIvos
valuable support. In addition to the
program of inriglo. Illusions and ven
triloquism, a number of musical no-,
eitles hro Introduced. There are vocal
solos, and solos and duets on the sax
oprones cornet, guitar, octavo, bosh
phone, musical coins and hand bells
The entertainment comprises a refined
exhibition of the most mystifying feats
in magic, illusion and ventriloquism;
vocal solos and instrumental solos
and duets on a number of novel musi
cal Instruments. Thoro is just the
right touch of refined comedy to make
the entertainment highly enjoyable.
There is not a dull moment anywhere,
the program comprises so many beau
tiful, startling and nrtistlc features.
Seats are now on sale.
The Morphets arc I "nie.
Following are some press comments
concerning the Morphets. who will ap
pear hero nexl Wednesday evening.
"Tin- Morphets certainly delighted
the audience. The tricks in manic
were new ones to our people. Ven
triloquism and music on a number of
novelty instruments proved delightful
features." Herald, lloulder (Col.)
"Morph, t is a wonder in bis rob- as
a magician. lie presented some won
also pleased;" 'Audi rsoib 'S. Daily
was thoroughly rellned ami artistic,
lade.?). Seldom has it been our priv
ilege to See ;t niOI'C eoll.-lllnale lU'tlst
in the lino Of lil.ugle." Tl..- Philadel
\\ in I
From a small beginning the sale and
u-e of Chamberlain'. Cough Remedy
has extended to all parts ol the I niled
States and to many foreign countries,
Way.' Rceause it has proved espe
cially valuable for COllghS and (olds.
For sale by Lnurotts Drug Co.
Rood for Rl'.ioiisiiess.
"I look two of Chamberlain's Stom
ach and and Liver Tablets last night,
and I feel fifty per cent bettor than I
have for weeks," says .1. .).Firostone
of Allegntli Mich. "They are certain
ly a line article for biliousness." For
sale by I .aureus Drug Co. Samples
in eight colors, arid enclosed
in individual boxes. Sub
ject, "Uncle Sam in the Pa
cific." To the first fifty
purchasers of a
' Tooth Brush
we will present one of these
The Pro-phy-lac-tic Tooth
Brush is too well-known to
require introduction by us.
It is the one perfect tooth
brush ? the only scientific
brush ? and it is absolutely
GET YOUR FREE PUZZLE TO-DAY
The Laurcns Drug Co.
I,aureus s. c.
AT THE THEATRE
Wednesday, Sept. 39th.
The College Singing Girls, the open
inn number In the city lyceum course,
appear at the opera house tonight.
Regarding this company the Klngstree
"The College Singing Girl? and Wal
ter IScclos, the first entertainment of
the lyceum course, was greeted by a
fair-sized audience at the school audi
torium Monday night. The eight
pretty, golden-voiced young women
were evidently fresh in the lyceum
field, yet they allowed none of the
guucherle of beginners, playing their
parts smoothly, with the skill of sea
soned veterans and the 'Impresmeilt'
of youth and enthusiasm.
The College (Mils' program is va
ried ami elaborate, ranging all the
way from plantation melodies to grand
opera. The company is said to be a
new one. out on its first tour, and the
Opening performance was given here
"Mr, Walter Kccles. as monologist
and impersonator, was unusually fine
and every number he presented was
enthusiastically received. Mr. ("has.
Pen r sal I, the musical director and ac
companist, showed marvelous facility
in adapting his scores to the wide va
riety of subjects embraced in the pro
grain. On the whole the company is
the strongest lyceum attraction that
has ever been seen here.''
Maj Stewart, Tomorrow Night.
Hy all odds the most important so
cial and dramatic event of the season
will be the engagement of the distin
guished young artiste, May Stewart,
and her excellent company at the
opera house Thursday, Sept. Both, in
Shakespeare's delightful comedy, the
"Twelfth Night", for oho performance.
The coming of Miss Stewart has
aroused pleasureable anticipations
among the play-goers of I,aureus, and
neighboring town-; who realize bow
rapidly this youilg artist" has been
gaining recognition among the critics
as one of the most promising legltl
tnalo stars of tin- day. in speaking
of Mi.-s Stewart's performance in Kan
sas City, the Kansas City Journal said.
"No star in our theatrical firmament
lias shown with greater brilliancy than
Miss Stewart. After she had appear
ed perfectly in several scenes, her re
ception in the third act amounted >
almost an ovation."
The company supporting Miss Stew
art will be headed by Joseph De Gras
se who Is recognized as one of the
foremost exponents of Shakespeare of
the present. in reviewing his per
formance of Julius Caesar during his
engagement in l.os Angeles last sea
son, the Fxaminer said: "Joseph i>e
fIrasse, for deftness and natural ease.
is second to none."
"Look Who's Here \c\t."
The nig Pun Show the Laugh Fac
tory, a real. live, enjoyable, reliable
illiustrel company who never disap
point. Manager Coburn and his mer
ry men, the old favorites with the la
test sougst the newest jukes, the clean
est lun. For ten years constantly
progressing, improving, and providing
offends, never disappoints and hover
surpassed by any similar company.
Cnhuin': Greater Minstrels is the
gre'nl big favorite of all the laughing
musical, enjoyable performances of
the season. Don't forget the date,
October the Till, at the city opera
There Is ho! a dull moment, not a
single niedicoro feature in I ho big
si.ow provided by Manager Cohurn
this season. KveiThhig new, bright,
and thoroughly enjoyable. Clean
comedy, catchy music, line dancing,
( lever Special!I< s. and the latest novel
lies in vaudeville and blackface Imi
tations and fun. I'at Crawford. "Tin
Man from Dixie", Tom Post, "?le Va
glnny" Harry Kr?nkle, Lilly Rlack
we||. Harry Hospelt, Tommy Calvin
ail llrSI Clasfl vvid,- iwake blackface
perforators, wlioso Inillailons, singing
dancing and Joked! mid Capers win
please all and offend none. Don'!
forgel the date, nor the company, at
tlx- city opera house, Thursday. Oct.
Win Druggists Recommend Chamber?
lain'-* Colic, < holern anil Dlnr*
Mr. Krank ('. Ilaniahan. a prominent
druggist of Portsmouth, va ..says:
"Fbr the past six years I have sold
and recommended Chamberlain's Col
ic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
It is a grcnl remedy and one of the
best patent medicines on the market
I handle some others for the same
purposes thai pay me a larger profit,
tint this remedy Is so sure to effect
n cure, and my customer so certain
to appreciate my recommending it to
him. that I give it the preference."
For sale by Laurens Drug Co.
Notice of Guardian Plcharge,
To all whom it may concern:
Take notice that on the 21 st day of
October. 1009, at ton o'clock, a. in., I
will apply to O. O. Thompson, Probate
ludqe, at his office at Laurens. South
Carolina, for my final discharge as
guardian of the estate of .lohn D, Sul -
All persons holding claims against
mo as such guardian will present and
prove the same or he forever barred.
ALLKN .1. SULLIVAN,
Sept. "<?ih. 1909, s-nt
TRICKS DON'T COUNT
and can never he relied upon for results
which meet with the approval <>f those
who favor us with their
PLUMBING, HEATING AND
Insanitary systems which do not come
up to requirements should he replaced.
Improved health and less doctor's
hills will repay the outlay. Estimates
cheerfully furnished for new or repair
DoaK ? McHechnie
South Harper Street
Phone 292 Laurens, S. C.
* The McCord
s will copy any Photo, en- ?
? large any picture and |
i make High Grade Pho- |
I tographs for you at the |
I very lowest prices. No |
v photographer can do |
I more nor offer any ?
8 more special inducement ??
8 than the $
? has always done. 8
The McCord ?
'Best Pictures, Lowest
I Prices" |
!> Come to see us. ?
ton't forge I that you will lud (ho
-. Mho of Heaters in different styles
II. Wilke.s & C\
Be it ever so Mumble
there's lib place like home if it is
your own. It isn't necessary that
it should be so humble in your
We'll sell you a Home
for .t little money down and lake
the balance in easy monthly pay
ments. You can move right in
and free yourself from paying
rent at OUCC. Bring your wife
when you eome to see us about
it. .She'll appreciate the oppor
Todd Building Laurons, s. C.
How about that new cooking stove
or ranne that you will need this full?
Don't buy before you see our lim in
different Styles anil sizes.
S. M. & E. II. Wllke? & Co.
\ at prices that will be money saved for
You will find
and best line
all made of solid oak, beautifully finish=
ed in different designs and sizes with
French Plate Mirrors. On account of
buying in car load quantities direct
from the manufacturers, we have them
* vou if voti will see our line before
^ you buy.
nW km *t
See the bargains thai we have in Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
chairs. This is the best made and
host finished lino that you will find
Attorneys at Law.
any where and at money saving prices, will practice in all State Courts.
S. M. & K. H. Wllkea & Co. ! prompt attention given to all business
DH. CLIFTON JON KS
Office in Simmons Building
Phone: Office No. 86; Residence 2
I Listen People! 1
y^pr '1 here is money for you in every word written about the great Opening Sale,
That's what we way?the mighty jingling coin. Come to the Hig S?le and
it will sing a song in your pocket for many days to come.
Yes it's here for voti on every quoted price. We can saw the whole human
family money if they will hut heed this 'warning.
^? _-._ ^
^ Listen People?Come to the Great Opening Sale $
y A Golden Opportunity to buy
Men's, Women's and Chil=
Men's 5.0(1 Kiscr King Dress Shoes
yjp Men's \ 00 Patent Leather and Gun
A swell line of Women's Suits \
and Skirts at Opening &
1 'yoo .Suits
Women's .j.oo Patent Leather SllOCS --.V)
0 " " " 1.79
s.AH, \'ici and Patent Shoes 1.39
Big line of Heavy Shoes at Opening
Men's Extra Pants
5.?O Pants 3,1 <)
1 so Pants 2.98
3.50 Pants 1.99
3.00 Pants L69
Dress Goods and Domestics
Pine line of Suitings, 75c values fi
< ipeniug Sale
Duck, all colors
I domestic Plads
W. H. Ashendorf
2 Doors West of Post Office.
Laurens, S. C.