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HISTORY TOLD IN GROUPE1
The'.Result of Two Months of E
Work by Miss Bowen-An A
tempt to Represent Accurate
ly by Models Scones in
the Early History
In the only children's, miseun
the world, the one in Brooklyn, 3
be, seen an attempt to make hisl
tangible by carefully studied
modelled groups. Miss Agnes
Bowen has recently completed a
ies of three groups, illustrating
Spanish, Dutch and Cavalier t;
of early settlers within the limit
th'e Twe1 States. It took
months of eight hours work a da;
make these three groups.
Standard histories of costume i
consulted in French and Germaz
well as Engsla. Old prints i
sought and copies of paintings of
period represented. History was s
ied to get the domestic and social
of New York and the territory as
afield as Canada were ransacked
materials and properies which w<
truthfull exhibit what the histo
As a result the three groupes
ronlly hi0orieal documents, tel
their s(ory in wood papier mache,
tiles and some dozens of other ma
ials instead of in paint or print
The Dutch group retesents a ti
er's log cabin, surrounded by
stockade, in the woods near Albi
There is a painted forest backgroi
L1 m1 A me4,,%& %1u.us lire of tN
kiln died and dipped in the wax
ed for vegetation Museum of Nati
History. At. the -door stands
Dutch wife, in dress accurately c
ed. The artist has not forgotter
give her very red arms, since
arms, produced by very tight slee
were much admired by the Dutel:
The trader wears a deerskin E
Three Indians are selling him b<
skins. The beaskins can from a
shop. Two indians came from tl
also, the third being modelled,
cause no Indian doll could be foi
which would sit down in a natt
attitude. The guns were tiny ri
used as advertisements by a I
The pipe caie off a St. Patrit
Day emblem. The settler has two y
good hunting dogs which were fo
in a toy store. A small boy supp
an idea regarding them.
'Thle dogs wouldn't like the
dians,'' said lie. ''Their ears we
be down instead of up.''
Inquiry confirming this view,
cars were properly manipulated.
The hunting which it took to f
all these things consumed a good y
of the two months devoted to
task. A young woman at the must
sacrificed a raven lock of her I
for thle Indians' heads, but it
found impossible to manipulate
man hair, and fine sewving silk ha<
lbe used, each tendril fixed separa
in thle wax heads with forceps.
Tlhe honse in the Cavalier grou]
miade of redl brick, with brocade
tains at the windows, and the figi
are dressed in silk and velvet.
house has ornate p)orches, with c.
edl pillars andl pilasters, the car'
being (lone by hand by Mr. Bender
the American Museum. A ca).).
road imde of hot glue, cut with w!
marks and then sprinkled with si
passes the porch. The grass is
spagnum moss thait comes for Chu
malis treeCs, eachl separate spray
ped in hot glue and t hen fixei
Masses ot roses, the smallest
come in) French artificial flowers,
c.orate the gardlen, aid were the i
e)xpensive prope)rty puirchaused.
for the figures, there is a cavalici
horseback, executing a sweeping
ute with his hat to his lady lov
the p)orch above, the progenitors
an F. F. V.
The costumies were copied minu
from a standard history of cost
in America. The cavalier is in ga
velvet corduroy, with a plumed
in which is a true lover's knoti. of
gold and diamonds, donated b
femunie ent.husiast. The girl on
p lorchi is a beauty in palo blue
The blue rosette on the horse's hi
match)ipg that on the lady's, is st
* ly historical, as well as hundred
other small details.
In the Spanish group the b
~ round is a California mission hi
$g. In the entrance stands a F
-* diacan friar in the brown robe of
Qrder and a rosary of bird seed.
< fore him. a Spanish soldier is tol
Af the possibility of another mis
further up in the mountains, ani
asc sketched a picture in the
ith his sword to illustrate hisi
SCactus and other desert growth
catterdd about; made by 3
Hoi'felh, who does such things
x ' w~ fo .ho American 3useum.
3. The. groups are 18 inches. long I
11 in the other dimensions, and a
ard mounted under glass. - Three othe
will follow shortly, illustrati:
French, Quaker and New Englat
Miss Bomen, who is the first
make groups of this kind, conceiv
the idea as a child, when her moth
used to contrive somewhat simil
In groups for the illumination of Bit
nay scenes. As she grew older her fath
,OrY used to take her to identify the'sit
and of all the old forts and early sett
E- ments about Brooklyn. She grew
ser- with a love of history made tangib
the and when Director . Lucas, of t
lPe5 Brooklyn Museum, asked her to ci
3 of ry out her ideas in the history depa
two ment of the children's museum t
Y to groups were one of the results.
The study she has put into thi
vere make them valuable. The interest
1 the children who frequent the mi
vere enm was amusing. She worked in t
the basement and they swarmed abe
tud the windows to watch her until th
city had to be driven away to give h
fl light to work by.
for A pretty girl of Brooklyn serv
)uld as model for the cavalier's swei
ries heart and posed in the sweeping Cc
- onial courtesy while the artist be
are the wires to reproduce the posture.
ter- Women Needed in Public Life.
Dr's The editor of the North Americ
Review, in the current issue, annou
'ad- ces his conviction '"that the time h
a arrived when the welfare of the n
kny. tion would be most effectually conse
md, ved by conferring upon women t
igs, right of voting and holding politic
us- oCfie.'' He holds that the right
iral the franchise is not an inherent or
the and therefore has no sympathy wi
)pl- those who claim it on these tern
I to Ile closed the long editorial by sa
red ing: ''For the purposes, therefore,
Yes, purifying the ballot, of establishi1
of and maintaining lofty standards as
the qualifications required of cand
uit. dates for public office, of effectii
3ar- an evener distribltion of earnings,
toy providing a heavier balance of disi
ere terestedness aid conservation again
be- greed and radicalism, we reiterate tl
A expression of our firm belief th
tral universal suffrage has now becor
fles not only desirable, but almost a par
un mount necessity.''
cry Charleston Gala Week.
and The Fireworks Display -during t
lied celebration of the Charleston Great
Gala Week, November 5 to 10, whi
In- is to be done by Pain, of New Yor
uld will be the finest of its kind ev
shown in the South. In fact, it w
the equal the great display given in Ne
York harbor on the occasion of ti
ind first election of William McKinley I
iart President of the United States. TI
the harbor of Charleston offering prac
mm1 cally the same conditions as does tl
lair uipper harbor of New York, gives
sva pyrot echnist like Pain 01portuniti
hu- which he never fails to take adva
I to -tage of.
tely There are the wonderful effect
which can be0 ob)tained with wat
1 is not such as is sold in the stores f
mr-i~ ordinary displayers, but the kii
ires which Pain manufactures for his b
The shows, such as arc given at Manhr
iry- tan Beach, the floating beacons, di
ring ing devils, prismatic fountains,, fie:
, of geysers, flying fish and subnmari:
age torpedoes. Each has its peculil
Lee.l charm and all are fascinating.
md, The set pieces, which will be0 qui
the munnerous for such an occasion f
'ist- set pieces are not no a rule in aquat
lip- displays., have been selected wi
in great care by the executive commi
tcc and will give sat isfactioni.
hat nmumnber of' Pain's special roprese
de- tatives will be on hand to handle U
1osI great show and everything on t
A' ehlborate pr ogriamme will 1)0 giver
"t Coal! Coal!! Coal!
tey I am making arrang
"ements to establish a co
hat yard and Will be In pos
y tion to supply your wan
the for both hard and soft os
cad, Should you wish to by
rit your winter supply f<
August or September di
a: livery I would be pleas
rali- to quote you prices.
e'.See me before buyin,
ling I ca- deliver any time a
he ter August 15.
- S. B. JONES
in amnd V?H1CKY HASH
Outed at more
>y FRANK R. HUNTER & OOMPAN.
rb Real Estate, Stocks Bonds and Mort
ig gages Bought and Sold. Office
id over Herald & News. Telephone
to Newberry, S. 0.
We offer for sale the following pro
or 1. Seven room cottage, near New.
es berry College. Good garden, stables
e- and orchard. Has both well and city
2. Cottake and 2 acres land near
he Newberry college.
3. Six room house ind 1-2 acre loi
near Mr. R. C. Perry's residence,
he 4. Four room cottage and 1-4 acre
lot in same block.
5, 6, 7. Lots on Floyd and Purcell
8, 9, 10, 11, 12. (5) lots on McIntosh
Ut 13. Store room out on McIntosh
er 14' 6 room cottage and 5 acres land
near Mr. Neal's residence.
3d mill, will sell as a whole or divide
into lots to suit purchaser.
32. 21 1-2 acres land near Mollohon
nt 33. Store room at Mollohon mill.
34. One acre lot near Farmers' Oil
36 and 37. Lots near Farmers' Oil
mill. 50X150 each.
mn 38. Lot 25X154 next to Hair and
n. Havird 's skyserapper.
39, Lot 25X164 next to No. 38.
a- 40. Lot containing 1 1-2 acres near
r. Mr. C. G. Blease's residence.
1e 41. Lot near Mr W. F. Ewart's resi
to 42. 4 room cottage and 3 acres land
e, within city limits.
Lh 43 and 44. Two lots near Mr. W. L.
s. Reiley's residence contetining one acre
:t 45. Lot 80X325 near Mr. H. L.
ig Parr's residence.
to 46, 47, 48 ,49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54. Lots
I- in the Duncan property.
ig 55. Lot containing one acre on
f Main street.
f. 56, 57. Two lots on Main street
st 77X209 ft. each.
ie 58, 59, 60. 3 lots containing 50X250
it each on Kinard street in Jones' pro
rt- 61, 62, 63. 3 lots containing 47X248
feet each, on Kinard street in Jones'
64, 65, 66. 3 lots containing 50X250
feet each on Kindard street in Jones'
3r 67. Lot 50X250 on McCaughrin Ave.
,h 68. Four room cottage with good
k, garden and water, on Kinard street.
r 69, 70, 71, 72. Four lots on Main
11 street containing 70 X 210 feet each.
w 73, 74, 75, 76, 77. 5 lots on Hunt
te street 50X236 feet each.
is 78. New residence and eight acres
ie land within city li)nits.
i1 79. Lot 50X200 on Hunt street.
We 80. Desirable residlence, with mod
a ern improvement. Close in.
3s 81. Seven room cottage. Close in.
'- Fitted with electric lights anid wvater
82. The Davidson property contain
as ing 3 acres. Will cut to suit purchaser.
3r 84. Lot containing 1 19-100 acres, in
td 85. 22 acres land 1-2 mile from
t- 86. 200 nere farm near Whitmire, S.
-C., and only one mile from R. R.
y 87. Plantation near Pomaria con
1e taining 260 acres. Large dwelling, etc.
tv 88. 425 acres land near St. Philip's
church. Two settlements.
toe 89. 70 acres land one mile from
r Pomaria, S. C.
1c 90. 52 acres land one mile from
hi ''County Home.'
t- 91. 88 acres land, 7 miles from
A Prosper'ity, S. C.
In' 92. 107 acres timber land near Dr.
ie Brown 's.
ie 93. 360 acre farm near Kinards,
-94. 200 acres well improved land on
95. 70 acres land near Mr. Ben
** 96. 140 acres land 3-4 under good
wire fence and only 2 miles from city.
97. 132 acre farm, 2 1-4 miles from
98. 300 acre farm known as the
1. Turnipseed place.
39. 198 acres timber lands near Mr.
bS A. J. Gibson's.
3, 100. The Cline shop property, con
taininig two story building and one
r.101. Building lots on Boundary
3102. The Cromer place containing
bd 123 acres well improved land.
103. Tract joining No. 102, contaIn-.
ing 130 acr'es.
104. House and lot near Jacobs'
f. 105. Desirable 4enting property.
108. Bunilding lote on O'Neall street
101. 8 acre pasture within. elt~
108. Desirablig building lot contain..
ing 2 1-2 acres.
==We wille buy, sell or exchange
estocks and bonds of all kinds. List
th your propoertv ith nat
1i5A R. E1Tii
hoes, Hats,. Ct
J. & P. Coats Spool Thread I
They dre now selling
hair worth 60c. for 48c
Mohair worth $1.00 for
worth 60c. for 48c., M<
worth 60 for 48c., all c
cloth worth $1.25 for 98c., Grey
a12 -2c., Tricot Flannels, all colors
Voile-blue, grey and black, worth
all colors for 5c. to I5c. Miss Masi
any of her friends. We also carry
selling out cheap.
Notice is hereby given that the
books of registration for the Town of
Newberry, S. C., are now open, and
tho undersigned as Supervisor of
Registration for said town will keep
said books open every day from 9 a.
M. to 5 p. M., (Sundays excepted), in
eluding the 1st day of December, 1906.1
Eug. S. Werts,
Supervisor of Registration.
CHARLESTON & WESTERN OAYR
Schedule in effect June 3, 1906.
Lv. Newberry(C. N. & L.) 12:36 p. in..
Ar. Laurens 1:4.., p. W.
Lv. Laurens (C. &. W. C.) 2:09 p. m.
Ar. Greenville 3:25 p. m.
Lv. Laurens 2:07 p. m.
Ar. Spartanburg 3:40 p.m.
Lv. Spartanburg (So. Rry) 4:00 p. m.
Ar. Hendersonville 6:35 p. m.
Ar. Asheville 7:30 p.m.
Lv. Laurens (C. & W. C.) 1:50 p. m.
Ar. Greenwood 2:48 p.m.
Ar. McCormick 3:40 p. m.
Ar. Augusta 5:25 p. m.
Pullman Chair Cars between Au
gusta, Laurens and Asheville, tri
weekly. Leave Augusta Tuesdays,
Thursday and Saturdays ;leave Ashe
ville Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
Note: The above arrivals and de
partures, as well as connections with
other companies, are given as infor
mation, and are not guaranteed.
Can. Pass. Agt.,
Geo. T. Bryan,
Greenville, S. -C.
STORE YOUR COTTON.
'The Standard Warehouse Corn
pany offers its splendid facilities to
the farmers and dealers of Carolina.
'Warehouses located at Columbia,
Greenville, Greenwood, Orange
burg, Anderson, Newberry.
LOW STORAGE RATES.
WE INSURE YOUR COTTON.
Receipts good as gold.
Inquire of your local manager for
rates or address.
CHAS. T. LIPSCOMB,
Secretary Standard Warehouse
Company, Columbia, S. C.
Room for your cotton.
Take no chance, but us a safe
Jam an lt REVIVO0
Mi.'Z' W ||Ma
ougna erea thu " ,B5
ol morn thel ut~gwb
WAaueuu 6Powewr bueq
ay,batnessorwma,ng toot uo
I and Notions.
to One Spool Wilh Each $1.00
25 for 198c., Plaid Mo
i $1.00 for 78c., Blue
h 60c. for 48c., Zebiline
Oc. for 48c., Brilliantine
i 35c. for 24c., Broad
rorsted, all colors, worth 25c. for
as, all colors, worth' 35c. for 24c.
all colors, from xoc. to 25c., Outing,
,vill be glad to show these goods to
rom 25c. to $6.oo, which we are
AM & SON,
les. What you buy f
irantee Absolute Satis
age sent out.
writA your prescription
Our main business is
We allow no slip-shod
st medicines only. We
to carry out the doctor's
s, Newberry, S. C.
ITY, S. C.
- - $25000.,00
- - 12,160.00
per cent. on time deposits.
-s' accounts. No account too
r best attention. It is a pleasure
G. Y. Hunter, Vice-President.
Hunt, Hunt & Hunter, Attys.
kins. 'P. B. Warner
ler. J. F. Browne.
er A. G. Wise.
epersimmon." Just returned from
the new things, nice things and
iprice). Our immense stock is
ction. We can only mention a few
s Goods the new things, shades, etc.,
'gh"rn 51' VA ., Homespun 5c. up.,
Flannel, Outings full line. I-legant
boys', and Overcoats. While in
othing which we offer at 49C. suit.
about sold out second lot expected
way styles. In Millinery we have
ike our word-, come and see, prices
are, &c., we .lead the van. Battle
sad Sewing Machines warranted xo
Machine, $65.oo kind $25-oo
eked 600. bu.
reIs of that CHOICE TENNES
Lfnd while it lasts to go at
V EVery bbl
COMPLETED THEIR STO
ing, Dry G:
no Cent per Spool Limkod
Worth of Dress Goods.
Gray Mohair worth $1.
., Green Mohair wortf
78c., Red Mohair wort
3lance'Suiting worth 6
Dfors Brilliantine worti
Venetian worth 6oc. fo* 48c., M
worth 35C. for 24c., Silk Brocadi
30c. for z2 i-2c., SilkeLtt "LI1b
ie Williams, wha is with us now, i
a fine line of naw Shoes worth* I
CO.'S DRY GOC
Building, just below the Smith Co
W. E. PELH
We sell Sure Remed!
us is Reliable. We guo
faction with every pack
When vour doror A
bring or send it to us.
practices; we use pure
make our highest aim i
wishes. Our prices are
I IlL Uli ul
Capital Stock - -
Interest allowed at rate of 4
Special attention to farmei
small, none too large to enlist ou
to meet and greet you. Call in.
A. C. Wise, President.
J. F. Browne, Cashier.
N. L. Black. A. H. Haw
S. S. Birge. J. S. Whee
C. P. Boozer. C. Y. Huni
"The longest pole knocks down th
New York. While there secured
cheap things (not in quality but
about complet9 and we invite insp<
sledge hammer prices, and in Dres
from 5c. yd. to $1.50- Elegant Gi
Clhecked homespun 5c. up, Jeans,
line Clothing, men's, youths' and
New York scooped lot of Boys' C:
This breaks all records. First lot
soon. Hats and Caps, new Broad
the newest and prettiest. Don't ti
just right. For,Groceries, Hardw
Ax and Bay State Sh6es, Drop H<
years. 1793 old reliable Domestic
i ,ooo bushels Seed Red Oats, sai
Beautiful Parlor Organ, Oak, $4
*MakIng 24 HUNDR~ED.Bar
SEE FLOUR Just Recesived 4
nest Meal 80c. bi
Best Grits$ ..75