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Nearly Twice as Big as of
Featureq in Mammoth ]
Ever. . Are to GiY
For many years the Sparks Cireu
has been known as one of America'
foremost tented enterprises, cae
year something new has always beel
added until now it ranks among th
best of the "big tops" and this sea
son 'with one of the greatest array-c
::)crforniers, horses and equipment ev
er before carried, promises to be
banner one. When the show visit
this city it wil he exhibited in its ow:
specially construci'ed tents. It is sai
that the Sparks Menagerie is equa
to any on the road today. A magnifl
cent introductory pageant an( gran
revue, enlisting several hundred c
performers, companies of horses an
gorgeous paraphernalia, opens th
main tent program.
This program presents many of th
world's stars of the arenic world as
sisted by scores upon01 scores of otll
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e Exhibitions Here
'era. There are several companies of
dumb actors. IE'verything Is given in
Ja more lavish fashion than ever be
fore. Three rings and an elevated
stage are needed to take care of the
acrobatic and musical seals, trained
hears, lion acts and the famous S.parks I
herds of elephants and a long list of
acts which requires nearly .two hours
to present. This 20th Century Won
der Circus has become one of the
1 greatest institutions on the road to
day and just as there are more men
(and women, more seals and more ele
- phant actors added--so there are more
I clowns, Iore horses, more ponies, to
f (eight the children more and .-better
1 trained dogs, monkeys, bears--more
3 everything. The street parade whileh
will precede the initial exhibition here
Is far and away the most novel ever
- attempted. This city will see the cir
- cues on Wednesday, October 12th.
lurens, S. C.
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By Florenco Atwater
he organCat was seated at his organ
in a church,
n some beautiful woods of maple and
to wats very weary while hie played ipon
lit he was a great organest and alwtys
played with Case,
When the soul is wr.ary,
Anl the wind is dreary,
would li!<e to be an organest seated all
day att the organi,
Vhether my name might be Fairchild or
I woulb play music like a vast ntnen,
The way it sounds in a church of men.
Florence read her poem over seven
r oWght tlimes, the (leepenin g pleasure
f her exprvSsion being OvideliCe that
epetition fiiled to denature this work,
ut, oi the contrary, enhinced an li)
reclative surprtse at its siigular ier
. Flinally she folded the sheet of
aper wilt I a dellente carefulness un
situal to her, and placed it in her
kirt pocket. Then she went (own
tairs ittl out Into the back ya rl.
Vith thou-tlful and determined eyes
he Clh-iel her gaze over the in
erveiing fences to the repellent sky
ine foried by the too-simple profile
if her cousin Hlerber4's father's ShN
ole. Her next action was straight
orward anrid atnfthing but pridish; shte
illbed the high board fences, one af
er the other, tdflil she came to a
mause at the top of that whereon the
wo journalists had lately inade thein
elves so odiously impressive.
Before her, if sie had but taken
tote of tlthem, were a lesson in history
Lnd the marklugs of a profound transl
ion it human evolution. Beside the
ld frame stable was a little brick
,arage, olviously put to tite daily use
itended by its designer. Quite its ob
-lously tite staible was Obsolete; any
)ody would have known from its. out
de that there was no horse within
t. hlere, visible, was the end of -tho
astoral age, it mIght be called,
r13n the Heidelberg juwbone to Alar
'onil. The new age begins with maut
biles that do away with laborinig ail
nals 111and wilI proee(l presently to
nachines dloing Iwaty with laboring
nen, although it is true that cows
nay retainalit in vogue for sone thile.
I spite of the Inaet Ilat they are
irva(ly mil ked by electricity, tle milik
(self must yet be conistructed by tle
All this was lost upon Florence.
shie sa tu n lithIle fence, her gaize uan
'avorabily, thoeugha wist fully, fixeltlt uon
isign of no( speclal esthletie iaerit
tove thle sitale loor:
Titti4 NOllil ICND) D).'lY O1(i0LJ.
*''ATWAT:it & ltO(O'l,:lt OWN ilitS AND
SUltSCilti; NOW -5i CENTiS.
Tlhie lioosisteuicy of' thle wordl
iii''da liudi host Iioue liorenice ; inoae
aver shte had1( Ioulul no fault with
-Ori-ole"' util lie "Owners nin il'ro
ireitors" hadl exidlaited to) her ini the
sliniest teriuis laiuwn- to their vornhuit
niiaes thaiit slit was (xctl'tld tronat thea
-nte(rpri'se. Thien, indeed'O~, she. had
>(Pin roe! iroi Catlly e'xi jel. ini re-giard-,
tot (only3 tOloiihe anid certain personaitl
-l'araniteristles ofi theirs which-l she
minitedl out us fundu:aiienital, hut in re
:a r-a to aniy niewvsjpa-e whIch shoaul
'libeorately cull liself an "OrIole."
I'ie tatit ai trs oemlaiei su t'rior ini
ininner, thouotgh unnbileh toi conteal ia
iiiial restititiezit ;1they hadl nadoiaed
't trloie," atot 0llt ad' seiitiineit for the
llianit city (at ltltillor-e, Ilar, uloed,
in (erolit oft iiiy oriliholoagie iinter
-st of thir lownlV~ but i s a re-lie fromi
in riehiaould ciiuh, or s-cret soahety,
wlhl theaiy had pirevi'ously coteml
Iulitedi formiiig, Its minbeilirs to beo
1niled "The( Ioles" (i fiat no ieasoin
vhntever Thi 'le two frienads hitad
hallod of theiir Iplan lit manay iiieetiiigs
brouatghotai th le summaner, andta whn lIIer
wt' grieat -tiicle, .\r. Josei-phl At
water.a ald his nephew~ (lie untex
iCeOlie preset of a pinit ig piess, anad
ii inewspapier conisequient Ily took the
plaice ofC thle eh tlh, Ilearhert anid Iloanry
st ill uenteialnied an aft'ecl ion for t heIr
ormlier schemen nad deeided to pe(rpet
late the iname. They- were the moreiP
sensist ive to at tack uapona it by ant Ig
toranit (out1sIer cad girl like lFloren'e,
lad heri clhiance of lngrat iiiting tier
elf with thtemt, if that could he ntow
tot- lntention, was nt promising.
It would be inaccurate to spteak of
ier as hiopinag to plhacato thenm, how
vrr; her mioodl wuas iiscrtabtlle. Shte
descended fromt the fence withi pro
iouiAccd Iielegance, aitd, approachlinzg
hte0( old ouble doors of the "carriage
tiolue," whiech were open, paused to
listen. Sountds froma above as aired
ier that the edIltor-s were editing-or
it least that they could be found at
theIr place of butsliness. Therefore.
die asceindedl thle cohwebby sta irway
:o the loft, anid made her appearance
n the pr-inting roomi of the North End
(To ha continnad.
Black Scotch Grain
A Pine stroke in
Walk--Over designers have deftly
worked out in this model a varia
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lishes a new touch In me-n's pat
terning. Note the slightly squared
French-English toe effect.
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Here are the most important changes and refinements incorporated:
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Laurens, S. C.