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PLAY BY HIGH SCHOOL PUPILS
The Merchant of Venice to be Staged at the Graded
School Auditorium by Students of the High
The students of the high school
have boon hard at practice for the
past few weeks, under the direction
of Miss Llllle Bayly, getting accustom
ed to the parts they are to take In
The Merchant of Venice which will be
staged at the auditorium Friday ev
ening. Costumes befitting the play
have been made and the lines nre all
learned and now all that remains will
be the performance. The young ac
tors have learned their parts well and
doubtless they will give a creditable
As was stated In the last Issue Of]
The Advertiser, the proceeds from tbo
play will be divided between the di
rector and the school. In all proba
bility the funds going to the school
Will be used for the library.
The admission prices will be 50 and
25 cents. There will be no reserved
seats, so those who desire front seats
would do well to make an early start.
The performance will begin at 8:30
LIST OF CHARACTERS
Duko of Venice.Grler Blakeley
Antonio, the Merchant of Venice and friend to Bassanio
Bassanio, friend to Antonio.Drayton Barksdale
Gratiano. / \ .. ..John Wofford
Lorenzo. \ Venetian Gentlemen /. ..Claude Garrett
Salarino.<^ Friends to Antonio / . ..Hayne Taylor
Salnnlo.I and Bassanio \. ..Edwin Moseley
Salarlo. v '..Julius Sltgreaves
Sbylock, a Jew.Otis Huff
Tubal, a Jew, friend to Shylock.Roy Owings
Launcelot Gobbo, servant to Shylock.Hugh Alken
Ohl Gobbo. father to Launcelot.Harry Mitchell
Hnlthazar, servant to Portia.Hattie Gray
Portia, a rich heiress.Harriette Simpson
N'erlssa, her friend and companion.Virginia Simpson
Jessica, daughter to Shylock.Anna Prentlss
Place and Time.
Scene?Partly in Venice, and partly at Portia's villa,
mont, on the adjacent mainland.
Period -The sixteenth century.
Time and Action A little more than three months.
Direc tion of Miss Llllle Bayly, Reader from Byron \V.
King's School of Oratory, Plttsburg Pa.
THE KILTIES COMING
FOR THE CIVIC LEAGUE
r'nmoiis (ana.linn Organization of
Scotch Musicians to Vppeur in 1.au
reus <?n I'cbriinrj 1st. One of Uli1
Finest Hands in llic World.
Like tho Campbells, Tlio ?'Kilties"
uro coming to Lnurcns Thursday, Feb
runry 1st and will give two perform
ances in the costumes of the Scottish
highlands. Tho "Kilties" arc loo well
known to music lov< rs lb a'tc in|>l to
Intrduce them, but it Is not saying
too much to declare that the organiza
tion is tiie lending one of its kind in
the entire world. The "Kilties" nrc
coining under the auspices of tho Civ
ic League. The performances will be
given in the opera bouse. An after
noon performance and an evening per
formance will be given.
"Wee" .himie ( lurk
On account of the reputation which
this band has, the ladies ol :h > <"isie
League are oxncct''iit 'o draw a largo
crowd from neighboring town. . Ad
vertising matter will be sent to Qrcen
wood, Clinton, Fountain, Inn, Gray
Court, Waterloo, Woodruff and other
places and from these towns a large
number of visitors nre expected. On
account of tho present schedules. It
will be convenient for people in any
of these towns to come and hear eith
er performance nnd not lose much
GROWS IIA lit A T <;;> YEARS OF IGE.
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Who tic "Kilties" Ire.
"Tito "KIHIos" hand a permanent
touring organization, the pride of all
Canada, is the groatest Scottish band
in the world, and lias hern touring
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(raveling over 400,000 miles in Cana
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Australia. Now Zealand, Tasmania,
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Italy, Clely, Prance mid Spain.
The "Kilties" are now just fresh
from a triumphal 00,000 mile tour of
the world, a complete circle of the
glohe, which is the greatest tour ever
attempted by a similar organisation, I
The glohe trotters received great
ovations In every country visited and
while in England they had the dis
tinguished honor of appearing twice
before II. M. the King by Royal Com
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Time for Cleaning Streams in Lnu?
State of South Carolina,
County of Lau rens.
u'suant to an Act of the General
As. mhly of South Carolina, providing
therefor, the Hoard of Count) Commis
sioners of Laurens County in tho state
aforesaid does hereby fix the follow
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ginning the first day of February and
ending the thirty-first day of March:
and that they shall again he cleaned
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and ending August :t 1 st. A. I). 1912.
All land-owners and persons in
charge of lands within said county are
hereby notified and required to clean
their streams within the abOVO named
Done at Laurens, S. C, in regular
annual meeting this the 1th day of
January, A. i>. 1!>I2.
H. B. HUMBERT, Supervisor,
Chairman of the Hoard of
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Goods must be sold to make room for the workmen to commence work
remodeling and building about March the First.
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Saturday, February 3rd, 1912
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