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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 20 October 1903

If ESTABLTSH-ED 1865 NEWBERRY. S. C., OCTOBER 20, 1903. r"WICE~ A WEEK, t5 AYA RACE TROUBLE WAS SERIOUSLY EXPECTED. VAUGHANVILLE WAS~THROW"INi GREAT EXCITEMENT FRIDAY NIGHT. Negro Odd Fellows Hall Was Burned--As sistance From Newberry Was Asked and Rendered. Serious race trouble was threat ened at Vaughanville, in the upper portion of the county,near the Lan rens line, on Friday night. The trouble, however, seems to have passed over without other serious result than the burning of the ne gro Odd Fellow's hall, the mem bers of which organization were supposed to be at the bottom of the trouble which was expected. On Friday afternoon the report became circulated at Vaughanville that the negroes had sent to Chap pells for arms, and that they would hold a meeting at the Odd Fellows' hall Friday night, after which they would wait on young Clarence M. Brooks, who on Saturday night a week ago shot and killed a negro, Raymond Sizer, as the coroner's jury said, in self-defense, and that they...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 20 October 1903

,join tile Cr, Summ BIG MIDDLE COUN Suits for Everubodu Suits for little folks, young men and old men. We have the stock, keep the size and sell the Best for Less. BIG CLO' On Center Counter eager buyers have lined our CLOT Pocket Books. ON BARGAIN COUNTERS WepiE _______Lo ___wPr ~- half pri hundred miles to this BIG SALE.q SH OES. S MORE[1An Qiji"QShoes to suit everyone. MOREU GOODSHOES""Edwin1Clapp and Burt P Line and Priced to suit everyone.2. SCOME The Two Corners... s SOUNDS LIKE3 A DI1ME NOVEL. inorth cost lilnitedl, which was due Mt. A By peato, wety ilA romButein half hour. T..s operator, F. K. The Too Sharp and Plucky for Maskedc Lw o f2traed w th o Mounted Men, (leatih if he inoved, crawled on his Octob< Butte, Mont, October 7-.--Twvorecigfo nu rthtal,iedSu masked mnounited muen todlay rode Iteoeao tlonsaet elSOl uip to the little station at Welch'sth enierotenrhcas ntaot Spur, twent y iniles east of this city, t tp stlelalismlai ogto on the Northerni Paci fic, and cove...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 20 October 1903

SAILED OVBR SAN FRANCISCO. Dr. Greth Directs His Flying Machine Two Hours. San Francisco, Cal., Oct. I8. Dr. August Greth,'who for a ye past has been working on an , ship, to-day surprised the resideV of San -Francisco, by sailing ov their heads for two hours, directi his machine almost at will and < monstrating that in many essentii he has solved the problem of aer navigation. Dr. Greth had pi viously tested his air ship by ma ing ascensions with the balloon he ,captive by a long rope, but 'tod was the first time he had gone sk ward free. IRAIN BREAKS SPEED RECORDS Special on Ilinols Central Makes F Time to New Orleans. Chicago Record-Herald. New Orleans, Oct. 15.-Neal xoo general passenger agents fr( all parts of the country, who E rived here tonight on a special Il nois Central train to attend t forty eighth annual convention the American Association of G< eral Passenger and Ticket Agen which will be held at the . Charles Hote' to-morrow, wC treated to a recod-breaking ri&l...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 20 October 1903

. H. AULL,, .DITOR. There will be harsh things enough said about South Carolina justice without the State. No profit can come from raging within. We have 1 .en in a deep shadow. Let us look for the light, knowing and l Alieving as Charles A. Dana said, "that humanity is advancing; that there is progress in human life and human affairs; and that, as sure as God lives, the future will be great er and LtAter than the present or the past.' '-Charleston Post. Let us hope So. But there seems to be a general disregard for law and no fear of courts, stalking abroad throughout the land. Not only is human life cheap and the pistol ever ready to take it on the slightest provocation but there seems to be a general disregard for all law and there is not the respect for the courts which prevailed in the olden lime. And yet we do not believe the world is growing worse If violators of law were punished regardless of the position or social standing of the violator it would be well but men should be ...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 20 October 1903

O'CONNELL'S COOLNES. A Story of the Irish Liberator anl a Falling Floor. Daniel O'Connell wan once address ing an enormous meeting in Kings town, and the crowd was so large that fear was felt for the Eafety of the building. As he was about t speak a gentleman ascended the platform and said, trembling with fear: "Liberator, the floor is giving way! The beams are cracking, and we shall all fall through in a few minutes." It is not given co many men to live through such mo inents as O'Connell lived through as he rose to address the meeting nor to pre serve such magnificent courage in the face of great peril. Warning the man to keep quiet, the liberator said, "I find this room too small to contain the num ber who desire to come In, so we must therefore leave'it and hold the meeting outside." A few rose to leave, but the hall was still packed, and then O'Con nell said: "Then I will tell you the truth. You are Irishmen and therefore brave men. The floor is giving way. and we must leave th...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 20 October 1903

BACHMAN.EHAPL LETTER T. J. W. Writes Interestingly on Union Academy Subjects. Mr. R. 1. Hunter has been quite sick for the past week. We are trily sorry to say that Mrs. M. L.' Kinard is gradually glowing worse, with 110 hopes of recovery. Rev. P. H. E. Derrick iade a mistake wheni he announced that there would be communion at Bach man Chapel on Sunday last, which has been corrected in both of the county papers. But nevertheless, the announcement placed us il a somewhat awkward position, as we had given out the 'information as was first stated, to a good many people. There wn: comimunion at St. Philips last Stinday and there will be cominunion at Bachinan Chapel on the fourth Sunday, the 25 inst. Mr. 1. W. Richardson has re paired the Tom Kinard bridge across Cannon's creek, and also the bridge near Mr G. L. Sease's, cross ing the saine creek. I ai sorry to say it, but nevertheless it is true; the public highways are receiving the le t attention in this section that I ever knew in a...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 20 October 1903

PHARAOH'S CORN PAKE. Crop Proves to Have Come from Seed a Boy Planted. Stray Stories. Some time ago there was a won derful story in the European journ als about certain grains of ancient Egyptian corn which had been plan ted in Germany and had come to life. The grains, they said, had been found in an Egyptian sarcophagus and had been planted by a Dresden florist. Some days later the corn appeared above ground, much to the surprise of scientists, who did not suppose that there was any life in grains which were from 4,000 to 5,ooo years old. The corn, how ever, was certainly growing, and even the most incredulous among them soon became convinced that grains have a lease of life to which there is practically no limit. Alas! A boy employed by the Dresden florist has now confessed that he planted some other grains In the same place where his master had planted the Egyptian ones and only a few hours after the florist completed his work. This was sad news for the scientists and for the num...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 20 October 1903

MAY RUN THROUGH TO GREENVILLE. C. N. & L. Now Operating Two Passenger Coaches On Its Morning Train to Columbia. The Columbia, Newberry and Laurens road is now operating two passenger coaches on its through freight to Columbia in the morning and back to Laurens in the evening. Since the schedule was put io effect only one passenger coach had been operated, but on account of the great convenience of this schedule the patronage has increased so much that the addit-on of a second passen ger coach has been justified. The travel on this train is increas ing so materially that it is under stood the road is seriously thinking of converting the train into a solid passenger, and operating it through to Greenville. This wonld give Newherry the most convenient railroad scehlidules the town has ever had. The people of this sec tion, as now" could spend the day either in Columbia or Greenville, or intermediate points, returning to Newberry the same night;and they could, as now, spend the nigh...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 23 October 1903

Ct er aWE Sn rO3E s. ESTABLISHED 1865 NEWB3ERRIY, S. C., FRID)AY, OCTOBER 23, 1903. TWICE A WEEK, $1.50) A YEAR GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Condensed Outside the State. In a disastrous freight wreck near Wheeler's, Tenn., on the Mo bile and Ohio railroad, on Monday, three men wete killed. The American Bankers' Associa tion is in session in San Francisco. The convention is attended by thousands of financiers from all parts of the country. The Alaskan decision has been signed in London. The decision grants practically all the American contentions. Two of the Canadian commissioners refused to sign, but it was signed by a majority and is therefore final. By the death of Gordon McKay, millionaire inventor of the shoe making machinery, which occurred at Newport, R. I., on Monday, it is understood that Harvard Univer sity becomes enriched by something like $4,000,000. A steaner loaded with wheat and carrying a crew of twenty-two and fourteen passengers struck on Blan...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 23 October 1903

THE NEWS FROM UTOPIA. Messrs. John Perdew and Jim Boozer In jured In a Runaway-Per sonal Notes. Utopia, October 22.-Messrs. John Perdew and Jim Boozer were pretty badly hurt in a runaway one day last week. Mr. Perdew re ceived several bruises and Mr. Boozer had two of his ribs broken. Miss Bessie Herbert has returned home from Anderson, where she went as delegate to the Loyal Tem perance Legion. Miss Belle Cannon is spending a few days in Anderson. From there she will go to visit her sister, Mrs. Attaway. Miss Lilla Chapman has gone to Leesville. Miss Sudie May Boulware is spending a few days with Miss Pearl Paysinger. Work on the farm is moving along nicely, and the farmers are pushing to the front. Mr. W. I. Herbert has gone to Greenville to serve as juror in the United States court. Mr. Herbert will attend the State Fair in Col umbia. Prayer- meeting at Mr. Th railk ill's on last Friday night was well at tended. Prayer-meeting will be held at Mr. I. P. Cannon's tomor row night. M...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 23 October 1903

MARRIBD A DIVORCBD WOMAN. And For This Reason an Episcopal Minis ter Is Barred By His Bishop from Accepting a Call. A dispatch from Philadelphia says: A matter that may become a celebrated case in the Protestant Episcopal Church in America be came public today, when announce ment was made that Bishop John Scarborough of the diocese of New Jersey had refused to approve the call to a church within his jurisdic tion of a clergyman married to a woman who had obtained a divorce from her first husband, also an Episcopal clergyman. The case is that of Rev. George F. Kettell, for merly assistant rector of Christ church, Baltimore. His wife was originally Miss Bessie Broughton of Pocomoke City, Md. She married Rev. Clarence Frankel, in February, 1900, and six months later they moved to Nebraska, where her husband was a missionary. Later she secured a divorce in South Dakota, on the grounds of non-support, unfaithful ness and cruelty. She then went back to Pocomoke City, became acquainted wit...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 23 October 1903

. H. AULL.J, EDITOR. GOOD CITIZENSH!?. Cleveland spoke in Chicago last night on the topic of 'Good Citi zenship." It was a vivid and char acteristic setting forth of the truth that it is not c ily the privilege, but the duty of each citizen to be come a politician. He said: "It is time that there should be an end of self-satisfied gratification, or pretense of virtue, in the phrase, 'I am not a politician,' and it is time to forbid the prostitution of the .word to a sinister use. Every, citizen should be p-litioian enough to bring himself within the true meaning of the term, as one who concerns himself with 'the regula tion or government of a nation or state for the preservation of its safety, peace and prosperity.' This is politics in its 1. 2st sense, and this is good citizenship." There is nothing new in the thought. But it is one which can not be too often enunciated. The above is from an editorial comment on Mr. Cleveland's speech by the Atlanta Journal. All Ameri cau citizens ...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 23 October 1903

PROSPERITY NBWS. Dr. R. B. Peerj Is Address Before Ladies' Missionary Society -Personal and Otherwise. Prosperity, S. C., October 21. Dr. R. B. Peery, Missionary to Japan, was with the Ladies' Mis sionary Society of Grace Lutheran Church labt Sunday evening. His address was the feature of the evening and attracted a full house. After the congregation was dis missed he exhibited to those re maining some things peculiar to the worphip bf the native Japanese. The R;y . G-; Sdhaid, who had been in attendance upon the ses sions of the Tennessee Synod, at St. Peter's church, preached in Grace church Sunday at the morn ing service. Our farmers who were awaiting the rains to sow grain are now at work. The Rev. C. M. Boyd has re turned from the meeting of the Presbytery at Troy, in Abbeville county. Mr. A. N. Crosson spent several days of this mieek in Spartanburg on business. This has been a busy week for the merchants of Prosperity. Large crowds have been here and our stores have been thro...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 23 October 1903

M I M NAUGH'S U) Uz C M I M N A U1 G H 'S ATM IJA NOWIAMO 30 t A I 1c :4 Stndi CaliCov woll b 11 ! I ,, .e 20 b.'Ov ;() in! Ohee 0g, th"Cs kinm to go at ',c S hales White C:-A)thII otth 4 12e, to go a S() Io)r)"a,: Oil CII)th, o-ther SUTr p,rice :52 . M1:NA1'GI'S lc. SFLYER I THIS LOT COMPRIS for less than 60c, and your choice per yard Z lie Mil THE CROWDS E c.Im. tIo -10 dz. lifa hig l . 00e. 1 C;in afRTIld th, %Nl.wr tbty e or whero thoy ene Jackel THE LARGEST LINI YOU more new JACKE If you want a JACKET Shoes E THE BIGGEST LINE kind, we don't keep th~ rocked in a cradle sorn I A M The only Dry New berr "1If I Were Rich." New York TFji s. TIhe followi ng notes are a fev exampi lles of the aspirations of 3 pri mary pupljils whose teacher gavy themi as a SUbje(t for ai comlpositim t he senitenice, " What would you th if YOU were rich ?'' Thiese three were written bh hoys: "'If I was. rich I would by th li nest automible in the world an< g it my fat her elected pol icemnl te keep ...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 23 October 1903

TO IMPROVE THE STAR MAIL ROUTES. GOVBRNMENT TO TAKE CONTRACTS OUT OF HANDS OF SPECULATORS. Star Routes 'To Be Practically Converted Into Rural Routes-Newberry Wants Rural Mail Routes. Mr. F. M. Burr, representing the Second Assistant Postmaster General, was in Newberry this week in the interest of better ser vice on the star mail routes of the county. It has been the custom hereto fore for the contracts for carrying the mail on these star routes to be bid in by speculators in various parts of the country, who in turn sub-let the contracts to persons liv ing in the territory through which the routes are operated. These speculators have been able to make extremely low bids for the reason that they were certain some one could be found to whom they could sub-let the contract at a lower fig tire. Private individuals, for this reason, have been unable to coin pete with these speculators. Mr. Burr has prepared a list of the star routes in Newberry county, giving the amount of bond required...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 23 October 1903

SMOTHERED TODEATH IN PILE OF COTTON LITTLE SON OF J. ). H. KINARD MEETS A HORRIBLE DEATH. Had Gone Out to Cotton House to Play With His Baby Brother and His Play Ended In Death. Sligh's, October 22.-Eriest, the i i Ne1r-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John 1). 11. Kiard, of the Bach man Chapil community, of New berry county, met with a horrible death yesterday. He was in his father's cotton houe, playing hide and seek with his little baby brother when he fell head-foremost into a hole which lie had dug into a pile of cotton, and his life was smoth ered out. At tihe dinner hour at Mr. Ki nard's home yesterday, Mrs. Kinard asked her son. Ernest, to take his bah brother, a little hoy about three years of age, out to p'ay. As the hov started away from the house with the babv Ie was asked by his father where lie was going. and replied that lie was going to the cot ton house to play. In about an hovr Mrs. Kinard called Ernest to dinner. He failed to answer and Mrs. Kinard, becoming alarmed, went ...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 27 October 1903

tot. alto tfus. ESTABLISHED 1865 NEWBERRY, S. C., TUKKDAY, OCTOBER 27. 1903. TWICE A WEEK. $1.Ni A YEAR HOW WELL I HAVE Si pen competition with men and si entitled to any man's trade unles, cessfully conducted my business my big store this past two weeks able to handle the crowds which stock of Merchandise to select fr< 1Th Is n Bla w it', N. per S ;I~ at r 7. 1. the IMNAUGW'S Stoni bolts of Canton Flannel, Slightly a customer. unly 5c the y,ard. oo bolt s of Ihe regutlar 1i o(ut intig, n 5oo yds. Drilling to go this week at ve ry express E,very day New 'Millinery rolls in. id Quality for the prices asked have n c 1poi yourself to investigste this magnifice LADIES WAKl A CAR1 Di_SUCCEE CCEE And Increased my business from year Gooc, Distributor in upper Carolina. ores who boldly claim that they are entitled to the bu: I can give him Better Goods for less money than an: for the past years, and the one and only platform upor would have put most merchants guessing. I was nol were sca...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 27 October 1903

A TRIP TO SALUDA. A Prosperous Section of South Carolina Along the Way-The Telephone Situation. A representative of The Herald and News accompanied the editor on a drive from Newberry to Saluda and return on Friday of last week. It is desired here to make a few comments upon the prosperity which was in evidence along the route and on sonie other matters of general Interest.to the people of the two counties. Newberry %vas left at 6.30 o'clock on Friday morning. The route taken lay via the steel bridge. The road from Newberry to the steel bridge is in fairly good condition, as it u8ually is at this season of the year. This road was recently worked from Newberry to Bush river with the good roads nachinery and several very bad places were patched up. At present, as stated, the road is in fairly good condition, but as soon as the had weather and hard rains of winter come there is nothing to prevent it from becoin ing in the same terrible condition in which it was (luring 4ast winter. The...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 27 October 1903

JOHN G. WHAM ACQUITTED. Verdict Was Rendered Friday Morning. Case Tried With Eleven Jurors. The Laurens jury in the case of the State vs. John G. Wham, charged with the murder of L. W. Ramage, in Laurens county. last July, after being out all Thursday night, on Friday morning returned a verdict of "not guilty." Ten of the jury were for acquit tal, but one held out for several hours against acquittal. Owing to the illness of one of the jurors the case was tried with eleven men. Wham killed L. W. Ramage last July, who had called upon him to settle, peacefully if possible, certain conduct of Wham towards a niece of the deceased. XWham promised to do so and Ramage insisted that lie go to the house of the young woman at once. This defendant declined to do and went into his house. Raiage entered the yard and went to the rear of the house of the defendant. Wham ordered Raiage and his companion, Blake ly, to leave. The latter did so, and immediately as he did Wham fired from an upstairs win...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 27 October 1903

X4. H. AULL, UCDITOR. A gentleman in Saluda Count told us the other day that lie woul be willing to piy $25 a year for tc years if the road from th'e stel bridge to Newberry were put i such condition that it would 1: good all the year round. Th would necessitate some macadan some gravel and some mixing ( sand and clay. This it seenis to t should arouse our people to the it portance of doing something. Th man does his trading and his bani ing at Newberry and is a large fai mer and his coming here is to th ifiterest of our people because b spends his money with them. W should provide every facility t make it easy for these people i Saluda to come to Newberry. Th Saluda side of Saluda County is good farming section and the fari ers as a rule are prosperous, and i is to the interest of the Newl)err merchants to encourage this trad in every legitimate manner. N better evidence could he given tha we appreciate this business than t make the roads so that it would nc be a burden to come to ...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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