Newspaper Page Text
HT WITH A BABOON.
Escaped From Cage on Bo
and-Was at Liberty for Tw
exciting story of a babon's
-om its cage on the Union-cai
mrie Castle was told when
reached Plymouth yesterday
y to London, with a large <
of %.ild animals oi board,
g five wolves and eight zebi
perty of Herr Windhorn.
rr Windhorn, who for thi
has collected wild anim
he sells to dealers and zook
ardens, said the baboon stool
6 inithes in heigth, and was v
. Ab6tiLt a week after leaVe
e Town it broke out of its cc
fortunlately was discovered
the animal reached the de
two days, however, it was
rty in the hold, showing fil
never it was approached.
n effort to snare the baboon
cargo nets wa' found impracti
on account of the fifteen-feet le
ich the animal made wlienlevet
a approalhed. At kngth 11
11horn ventured into the hold'W
keeper and endeavored to see
o babooll, the keepler offering it f(
le the owner tried to coe to el
herr Windhorn's fot eaught ii
t, and Ie slipped, whereupon the
On at once nade a furious onslaiii
him, fastening, his teeth in the .
Itor's leg. It was impossible
ake the powerful beast. In his
Its to release himself Herr Wii
rn tried to force open the jaws
e baboon with his hands. He y
a easure successful, but the bab<
ekly fastened his fangs in H
indhorn's right arm, which was
e mioe extensivelY lan tile I
e keeper. who lurried to his mII
Js ai., quickly lcmllw tile subj
,.kttack. the baboon inflicting Sev
-bites on him, while the boatsm
the liner was also bitten.
lie beast afterward refused to
,ereome by half a bottle of whisk
d a dose of opium powerful enou
poison ten men was also given h1
'a bottle of lemonade without effc
t ually a large grating was f
"oultside tile collallionl way, a
), by meais of a display of fri
bin a. was oaxed near it. and
stretclled all 11n1 tlouit-h 1
ing -to irrs - an ang,-'e hle v
M'Od. wid o1 r s weea a..
hW Y lashld. .11*4,r whivch th14 1
n, Ma4tvtace to) (Ihe rti-,Wais
ed to his 0a.-e, anld thenl releas
died four days later, and H
dhorn says lie thinks death v
to a brokel heart.
D ROMAN GALLEY FOUNI
J.hora of a Period Five Centur
Before 0hrist Recovered.
lie New York H-erald 's Eur'ope
~ ion publishes the following fr
e orresp)ondent at Milan:
' he chlief of a squad of divers u
ently went to Greek waters
icrquest of King George's gove
V hias just4 retulrnIed to Letgho
mission o)f the divers iln (Gre:
to seek for a Roman galley, whl
k niear ('irego, and1( the vessels
,Turko-Egypt ian fleet whiebi sn
the battle of Navarinlo.
The chief of the divers states tl
o Hlomaii galley wvas found at
pth of fifty metres. All thlat
~ins of tihe vessel is the hull, wh
fty'.-five metres long. In it1
Iver found 3H ampfhora or clas~
inns. which iln the opinion of arch
lor.ists5, daiite troml live cenituries
- The galley is buried under a in
mud114. It. is pr'obale that. ini
nlterioi bronze statues0 will be for
'milar t.o those5 bioughit to t.he surf
by G reek div~ers, but. to get r'id of
ud( it will-benecessary to puit spe<
nachinery in operation. Thlis I
e constructed inl Italy.
At Navarino they found sixteen
the seventy-two ships that were si
during the battle. .These lie at
depth of thirty-eight metres and
uiriod under four metres of mud. 1
flame machinery wvill be necessary
% The chief diver is- of the opin
Rh~Iat wvhile waiting for the consti
tion of the miachinery all further wv<
will beC sspened till next spring.
soon as lie arrived here the cli
(liver was asked to go at once to Ci
Palos to) attemplt the salvage of
Italian steamer Sirio.
Next to Mother Barth.
New York Press.
One of the busiest men in New Yi
goes to the country every summer
the benefit of tIhe grass. While
could easily afford' a pirineely m
sion lie prefers a small cottage
down in an aree of volvety lawn.
wit h thle - ' every mnorningr, lie may
nhIMerve,1 ~ading in n. big rock
chair, which he moves from spot to
spot on the lawn so as to get. the
trd richest, freshest dew for his naked
feet. Snch health! Ile is like the king
of the forest in muscular activity
and sound organs. .
"That old Knbipp had a long head."
es- he said to me yesterday, who my
itle cheerful '-'Good morning," startled
the him. "I care nothing for his diet list
on I have the digestion of an ostrich and
.o1- the appetite of a starving python. But
in- this dew on the feet-well, sir, it's
-as, the grandest exhilirator in the world.
Did you ever try it?"
Ils, FOR REOLAIMING THE LAND.
3ry National Irrigation Congress Invited
ing to Jamestown Exposition and Ad
ge, vocates- of Swamp-Land Re
be- clamation May Also Have
ek. Their Say.
Oht Norfolk, Va., August 20.-It ispro
bable that the session of the National
by Irrigation Congress for 1907 will be s
ca- held at the Jamestown Exposition.
1Ps Should the invitation which the exp.os
it ition olicials have extended be accept- t
err ed, for the 1ir1st lime this important. I
ith a Ii.Ily interesting body will meet
tire in the East. The congress meets this t
>od yealr at 3oise, tIhe capital, of the state t
Ise of lliho, October .10 to 15. President '
Harry St. (eorge Tucker of the e
a Jamestown Exposition will go to Boise
)a- to urge acceptance of the invitation.
rht It is understood that many of the
01- expert irrigationists desire to have
to the next session at the famestown
id- In the event of acceptance, the vit
of ailly iiportait * Iproblem of irrigation.
,as So wel known to tie West,' will be
on .prseited to the people of the E",ast
3rr, anlid South inl a manner callilated
-to ar1ouse general interest. Out of
s- created thle an11cie t. civilizations ''
ct Egypt, ahng, the Nile. Irrig-ation is
B.r- makhi room and realm for millions
l of Americans in the semi-arid regions
of tle great West and Soudlwesl. The
be present vast irrigation movement is
'Y; but a few years old, having been made I
gli possible and practicable by the re-i
lun elamation act. passed by congress,
. which provides 11ha1t the money receiv
X ed ftro1m the sale of public lainds shall
.Id ble used inl reclaimii .. h, ru irri
as' e-ation. the u-reat areas heretofore
)a- :Il ilhe _.,vterm!nen)t i w4rkin.u- (.n1 a
401f illin lnse p)o,jets inl irri --
*d I 1. (11,Ian o aeres Avill he I fell'
1withi a (le v s lv thhe int ro
,as 1111olif1 ()I WMae, Alerie th(Tc is Ill-ne
tically it$ rainfall. This work will
add to tle wealth of t he lationi unt(ol
SECOND-HAND MAIL BOXES. C
anExplain Why a. Little Village May ii
Have Big Numbers in its Post
T h''i man whio was spending his
summer vacationi in the country was 1
mn looking quizzically at the mail boxes
in the rural p)ostoffice.
Il din't-know this-was such a large
place,'' he said. ''I though it had 11
mpopuilation of only about. 4,000, but
the mail box numbers run much high
at cer than that, and( I don 't supp)hose
a every onie in town rents a box either.''
e The postmaster peered onf of his 1
Ieh little barred window.
~he ''1 can exp)laini that,'' lie said.
sic i'Yo see thle counitr'y p1st offices
1- neveri get newv boxes, but we have
those left over whein the city establish- 3
menits make over their offices and get
new boxes. So ypu see lots of country .]
he pilaces arc bound to have high number
ee'' Althoiighi ourii numbers inn over 1
he4.000I y'ou won 't fiind Amy less than
ial 1,000t, some ot hier coiuntr'y postoff'ice
ildrew the lower ones. I myself had 1
rather get the big numbers, for it
of makes us seem like'- a hustling little 6
e The use of windmills for generat
he lng electric currenits has given favor- I
to ab)le results in the tests for the Danish
government made at Askew by Prof. I
io LaCour'. The four-wing wheel proves
Lie- to he thme best friom. With such a wheel I
>r'k having 15 squai'c yards of surface, lie
As obtained two-horse p)ower from a wind (
ief of 20 feet per' seconli, and ten hoi'se
pIe powver from a wind of 35 feet per' see
the ond. As reserve power when ther'e is
no wind, a small petr'ol motor has been
more satisfactor;' and less expensive I
than a storage battery. The Askew
blant cost $4,700, including landb and 1
)rk the annual expense.of operation is
for $165. It feeds 450 incandescent lamps ~
lie with some are lamps and motors. A
an. smaller outfit, costinig about $1,000
set wvould be useful for' far'm pur'poses,
upl and a number of these svindmoill elce
1be ti'ic plants ai:e already runnniing in
Notice Primary Election.
1TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
- County of Newberry.
In accordance with the rules of I
)emocratic party a Primary electi
s hereby called to be held in Nc
orry County on Tuesday, Aug1
8th, 1906, for the following offices
United States Senator.
Secretary of State.
Adjutant and Inspector General.
State Superintendent of Educati
For Congress Third District.
House of Representatives.
Judge of Probate.
County Superintendent of Ediu
Maghstrates in respective tov
No vote for House of Represen
ives shall be cotiaed uiless it C
lins as nally as three names.
The managers of election shall ol.
lie polls at S:00 A. MT. and shall el
hem at 4:00 P. AT. The followi
fanagers have been appointed
onduct the said election:
No. 1 Township.
Old Men's Club-M, M. Bufo
lex. Singleton, W. T. Tarrant.
Young Men's Club-A. J. S. Lat
rd, J. W. Henderson, J. Clau
Carolina Club-Jno. A. Sumnim
rank L. Bmnm, .1. B. O'Neal H
West Eeld-WVillis R. Jones, W.
[air, W. Ml. Thomas.
Mlollohon iMill Club-L. l. Play
T. Tiimerman. J. R..Rivers.
Helena Club-T1. Griff Williar
u-rGoan,3. E. Julli.anl.
1HartV 1f111o Club-F. L. Paysing
arget Whitaker. P. M%. Hawkins,
Joinstone Academy Club-J. C
eel, G. Me. D. Sligh. R. P. Wallae
No. 2 Township.
GarIany Club-Hugh C. Wils<
ims G. Brown, Earnest MT. Lane.
Mt. Beliel Club-Malcolm
rooks. "ilas .1. Cromer. Jeff.
Muh .r Clulh-Jos. 1'.. Kei
No. 3 Townshir.
Ah. (l-I))ulub- -\ark Sni
Yles Thiqnus. i. J. Thomas.
Sllwkiis. i). .\. honias.
No. 4 Township.
Whitmiire Clib-Thiad Coiiiemaii.
.-aley, Marvin Abrams.
L) _nllan eI Chlb-Berlnard Carli,
e. I. Calidwell. Chris. MT. Folk.
No. 5 Township.
Jalapa-Hicks Conner, C. W. I
d, S. M. Duncan.
Conservative Club-T. Hayne Ch
iers, W. H1. Eddy, S. B. Aull.
Kinards Club-Jake Domini
No. 6 Township.
Loshlore Club-J. WVill WVilson,
t. Booz'er, S. E en
Trinity Club-Welch Longshc
h)lbt. Hlendrix, Thtos. Grizzard.
Reederville-Wm. L. Golden, J1
I. Livingstone, W.T Herbert WXalla
No. 7 Township.
Saluda-J. S. Worts, W. Hi. Si
ers, H. L. Fellers..
Chiappells Club---W. L. Andrews,
~. Scurry, J. T. Kelly.
Vaughinville Club-H. M4. Boozer,
.Br'ooks, .J. W. Matthews.
No. 8 Township.
Utop)ia Club-W',illie E. Herb<
Valter Davenport, Albert Schump<
Dead Fall Club-Homer Stephe
oe Alewine, Press Livingstone.
East Riverside Club-David P
inger. Willie Schumper~t, E.I
No. 9 Township.
I 'rosp)erity Club-F. E. Schumpt
3. B. Kibler, Geo. Dominick.
St. Lukes Club-M. E. Taylor,
i.Hawkins, W. M4. Enlow.
Saluda Club-Maxy Bedenbau,
V. P. Leaphiardt, G. E. Dominick
0O'Neall Club-J. C. Turner, P
I. Wise, Thos. J. Boozer, Jr.
Swilton Club-C. B. Eargle, H.
Cempson, Jacob W. Long.
Liberty Club--J. T. Hunter, J.
~ester~, N. R. Lester.
Monticello Club-T. L. Hawki
~. C. Counts, P. B. Warner.
Little Mountain Club-J. N. Feaj
~. C. Wheeler, J. K. Derrick.
No. 10 Township.
Union Club-M. L. Strauss, A.
'ie.,ter, Maleomnb L. Long.
Jolly Street Club-E. H. VWerts,
~. Rikard, L. V. Livingston.
St. Pauls Club-J. B. Bedenbau
.* W. Wicker, W. H. Kibler.
Central Club-J. A. Counts, E.
hleely, GI. W. Seybt.
No. 11 Township.
Zion Club-Jno. WV. Kinard, .
ra. ham,i.pH Foulk-(. 1)A.
Benjamin H1alfacre, M. L. Wicker.
Walton Club-Bowman Grahan
Robt..Oriooks, Bachman Suber.
homnaria Club-H. F. Counts, Ge4
B. Aull, J. G. Long.
1w- The qua lifleation for voting shall b
st as follows: The voter shall be twei
ty one years of age or shall become s
before the succeeding General clectio
and be a white Democrat or a negr
who voted for General Hampton i:
1876 and has voted the Democrati
ticket continuously since, Providel
that no white man shall be exclude,
from participation in the Democrati
m. primary who shall take the pledge rc
quired by* the rules of the Demnocrati
No person shall be permitted to vot
unless lie has been enrolled on th
Club list at least five days before tli
said Primary election.
on After tabulating the results of sai
election the Managers shall certif
the saime and forward the ballot bo)
n poll lists aid all other papers relatin
to sieh election to the4Chairman witl
in forty eight hours after the close o
a imzers w-ill call ror the balk
~) xv.s on nid aflter Amur. 23rd, 190(
at The lilrald anid News eftice wiher
enl th- will receive same, ballots and ful
>se inst I'uct ionls.
to Fred. 11. Dominick,
B. B. Leitzsey,
ig- Supervisor's Office.
Jd All overseers of the public roads ii
Newberry County are hereby direct
er, ed and required to put their respee
ol- tive road districts in good conditioi
p. andl perform the service required h
law by the twentieth day of Augusl
Herein fail not under the penalty o
J. Monroe Wicker,
er. Fred. H1. Dominick, Co. Supervisor.
Clerk and Attorney.
TAKE A TRIP TO THE EAST vi
CHARLESTON & WESTERN
m CAROLINA RAILWAY
Through Savannah and Steamshi
T. From Laurens, S. C. to
Baltimore, Md., and return $29.41
St. Boston, Mass., and return 39.3,
New York and retiurn .. .. 35.31
l'hiidephia, and return .. 33.4
Ilh. R"Illnd trip Sunnn1111er. oxeCursionl3 ratens
TielMc-s 11 sale daily to anl(d incldin
in. 'eplember 30. wili final return limi
(lctober 31. :1906.
Fo full inifomiationl call oil o1 2i
1. C. 11. asque,
Agent, Laurens, S.(
;le. Gleo. T. Bryan,
Gen. Agt., Greenville, S.
311- G. P. A., Augusta, Ga.
al- NOTICE or ELECTION.
ck, Puirsumant to the requirements of a
'Act of the General Assembly of th
State of South Carolina entitled, ''A
GAct to Authorize and Emnpowver Scho
G' District No. 52 in Newberry Count:
State of South Carolina, to Issue A(
re, diti.onal Bonds for the Completionc
a School Building Thereon,'' Appro'
'10 ed February 24, 1906, notice is her<
c.given of an election to be held o
August 28, 1906, at Whitmire in sai
iSchool District No. 52 (3n the questio
of issuing additional coupon biond
not to exceed One thousand dollars 1
a rate of interest not to exceed six pe
cent. in accordance with the terms (
~rt, John P. Fant,
~rt. S. L. Gary,
ns, Trustees of said School District.
eCHARLESTON & WESTERN~ CAl
Schedule 1n effect June 3, 1906.
'-t. ILv. Newherry(C. N. & L.) 12:36 p. a
A r. Laurens 1:42 p. n
R. Lv. Laurens (C. &. W. C.) 2:09 p.s
Ar. Greenville 3:25 p. n
Lv. Laurens 2:07 p.na
Ar. Spartanburg 3:40 p.n
'at. Lv. Spartanburg (So. Rry) 4:00 p.x
Ar. Hendersonville 6 :35 p.na
L. Ar. Asheville 7:30 p.na
Lv. Laurens (C. & W. C.) 1:50 p.n
M. Ar-. Greenwood 2:48 p.n
Ar. McCormick 3:40 p.na
n,Ar. Augusta 5:25 p.
Pullman Chair Cars between Au
gle, gusta, Laurens and Asheville, tr
wveekly. Leave Augusta Tuesday:
Thursday and Saturdays ;leave Ashi
B. ville Mondays, WVednesdays aind Fr
B. Note: The above arrivals and d4
partures, n's well as .connections wit
gh, other companies, are given' as info1
Smation, and are niot guaranteed.
Canm. Pass. Agt.,
A. Augusta, (ka.
Geo. T. Bryan.
uilf. Gree.nle. C.r
e "A M T04:8. 2".:lU
0 AT Ti
* Newberry Stec
FIRST CLASS WORI
I have recently purchased the
e Modern improved machinery. 1U
e Laundryman, has charge of the er
e assisted by competent help, who v
a that the best laundry work can be
Parents Scud IO ngbrgC1c
v".our** OrangebUrg Colleg
ca o rr - - -
HEALTHFUL LOCATION, CON'
STRONG FACULTY, ART, Five
BRANCHES, MILITARY DISC'
AND TYPEWRITING, ANCIEN
AND GREEK, SEWING AN
MODERN LANGUAGES, FREN
W. S. PETERSI
This is the season for p
have a full supply (all siz
jelly glasses. Also rubbe
us supply your wants in ti
GEO. D. DAI
The Seller of Good
t A CENTURY C
For more than a hundred ye,
SPRINGS MINERAL WATER
thousands are ready and willing tc
cacy in all diseases of the Liver, F
Drink Glenn Springs Mineral '9
Sdrink this water and be restored tc
n Glenn Springs Company
Making 21 HUNDRE
CHOICE TENNESSEE F
sand While it Lasts to Gi
SBest Patent $4.95
SBest half Pat. $4.3
Best Meal 85C. bu
Best Grits $1.75 S
Don't pay any more, don't be swin
-. along, save money and buy from us.
Our immense stock of spring goods
tics and fancy goods and staples, our
'' ing novelties in millinery. Come and
' right thing in prices, style, quality, &<
.* ply cannot beat us, we don't make a
i. you up on balance, people getting
-. and looking out more for No. i. Corn
.Forty years experience counts someti
don't you forget it,
.Founded NEWBE RRY C4
Courses leading to the degrees
Mechanical or Electrical Engin<
Very inexpensive. Remarkable
tember 26. For Illustrated Catal
JAMES A 13 e
Newberry Steam Laundry.
[r. Geo. M'Lay, an expert
tire mechanical department,
ill be pleased to -show you
had in Newberry by a home
Prop. and Mgr.
iate Institute ' o""
Y our Hoy
:':.th Caroll.a and Oirt.
ERVATORY OF MUSIC,
Courses, FULL ENGLISH
T LANCUAGES, LATIN
P COOKING CLASSES,
UH AND GERMAN. EX
utting up fruits. We
Is) of fruit jars and
rs for fruit jars. Let
iis line. Prices right.
Things to Eat.
irs the merits of GLENN
iave been recognized, and
give testimony as to its effi
idneys, Stomach and Skin.
nd on It.
rater and keep well; if sick,
Glenn Springs, S. C.
D Barrels of that
LOUR Just Received
hed off by argument, come right
airriving embracing all the novel
rirs. Moseley in the North select.
see us, we are prepared to do the
:., for an all round bill you sim
cut price on one thing and burn
educated and opening their eyes
e and see us and be convinced.
n,we will treat you right and
Y S. C.
) LLE~EA Christian
of A. B., B. S. and B. S. in
~erlng. Modern equipment.
ealth record. Opens Sep
Newherrv. S. C.