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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 18 November 1904

.t. H. AULL, RDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER i8. Our old friend General Apathy seens to be figuring more conspici ously in the mayor's race than either of the can(idates. It is less than a week until the primary election, and we know of several intelli gent . and public-minded citi zens who have even forgotten. the names of the men who announced themselv.es. for the office. We had heard of certain "issues", but if there really are any they have been kept well to the background thus far. *A nimber of the leaders of the house are already in Washington. Speaker' Cannoh is expected there next week, and as soon as he arrives there will be a conference of the house leaders over the program of legislation for the short session. A large element of the house favors early'and eneirgetic action on that plank ii the republican platform which.-declaited that the suppression of the-suffrage in the southern states demanded prompt reme...

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. — 18 November 1904

The Prosppph; 3 GO T1ihel 1-eral PROSPERITY NEWS. The Coming and Foing of the Peo ~ple of a Live'and Progres sive 'T-wn. Prosperity, S. C. NoVember 17. Gee whiz! Mr. Eitor. What struck us last Tuesday, anyhow. Say, don't you think we might'compromise the whole thing by tradiigi and let the solid south have the vice-presidency and let the old paty.goiuit of*,busi ness. - ReqManize theiy, 'say. I 'thifik they 'etter rebuild. and get :a--party that can elect some one. Poor Douglass and !f,Jspo6 Mas sachuesett and Minnesota with dem ocratic, governors and .*y other officer republican. Hpw lonesc4me, But tn they havt the office. Never seen 'sicker crowd t1Vn the.os( front of the State office..last Tues day night, no Nha1e~ring" will ad When the message "Ietp. vikl ad vance '25 per cent. t -tfie sot& in next 4 years" few seen to grasp-the meaning-a negro standfng near re marked "dats g*ine ;,be bad its high nuff row." We wondered if he took in the full 'neaning. It will depend largely...

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. — 18 November 1904

WATSON'S STATEMENT. Says Democratic Party Has Changed Color too Often. New York. November 14.-Thomas E. Watson yesterday gaves out the following statement: It should be borne in mind that at the time the Springfield convention tendered me the presidential nomina tion, the people's party hAd no rea% existence as a factor in national poli tics for eight years. In the presiden tial election of 1900 it gave to its nominee only 5,o votes. To that extent the fusion of 1896 swallowea up a movement which in 1894 count ed nearly 2,ooo,ooo of votes and about 1,500 active newspapers, and there fore, we had to build from the ground up in 1904l We had almost nothing to strt with in the way of party or ganization campaign funds and news paper support; we had only three months in which to work. These be ing first considered, some fair idea of what was accomplished can be had only when the officials returns art known. Mr. Roosevelt's overwhelmning majority was not so much due to the fact that our p...

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. — 18 November 1904

HOW TO REJECT A MAN. Sad Fate of a Young Woman Who Had It All Fixed Up. There was once a young lady of tender feelings. but firm resolves who was inflexibly determined to live unmarried, even at the risk of livinL an old maid, but who wished so much to spare the susceptibilities of her potential admirers that she long made it her study how to refuse them with out wounding them. To this end, writes W. D. HoweVs in Harper"s Magazine, she read all the novels she could lay her hands on, and as much poetry as she could bear. She went constantly to the theatre, and in the intervals of her social duties she took serious books, like bio graphies and memoirs out of the li braries, and informed herself of the methods and manners of the heroinef who declined offers from high mo tives. She was, upon the whole, a good deal disappointed, especially with the novels. These manuals of the impassioned emotions seemed to render in almost every case a blind alegiance to the law of ending well, which in...

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. — 18 November 1904

PURELY PERSONAL. PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mr. G. G. Sale is in Columbia. Mrs. 0. B. Mayer is visiting rela tives in Spartanburg. Mr. J. H. Kinard of Charleston spent several days this week with relatives in Newberry. Mrs. E. Carrie Leaphart of Lexing ton is visiting the family of Judge J. C. Wilson. Miss Georgie Ashley of Augusta is visiting here sister, Mrs. M. L. Spear man. Mr. W. B. Saunders of Pine Bluff, Ark., is visiting Mrs. S. E. Broaddus. Mrs. A. B. Veazey of Washington is in the city. Mr. W. H. Day went to Charlotte yesterday morning. Misses Maud Langford and Sara Spearman have gone to Selma, Ala., to attend a house party given by Miss Kitty Pitts. VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT. A. company has recently been or ganized at Rendsburg, Prussia, for the purpose of distilling alcohol from peat. Acording to its process the company will be able to distill alco hol cheaper from peat than it can be obtained from other substance...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 22 November 1904

VOL. XLN~O. 114. NEWBERRY. S. 0., TUPSDAY NOVCMBER 22. 1904, TWICE A WEE- S1- AYA THE and plenty of thei have the stock. of berrY's dirt sever the tra *ding public you all kinds of m what I have done stores of Newberi this section, and t berry up with low BLACK CAT H We own direct from the "Black five hundred dozen of those cel makers tried to make us promise at 25 cents a pair, but such a pr keeping with my-way of selling tl bargab lot of the "Black Cats" wi the country this week at 19c. a pC The Cloak De This is where we do the business. Cloaks every day. Search far and neo values. Thousands profit by these log try, the following cannot be matched e New lot Ladies' Jackets worth $18.c Another lot worth $12.50 and $15.o< $7.50 is the Drice we have made on < 350 Ladies Fine Jackets wor4h $6.5c 500 Ladies Fine Jackets in black a: S$3-75 and $4. oo, take your choice this A big lot of Misses' and Children's k ~60 Little Baby Cloaks, made of X\ trimmed $1.49, $1.98, $2.49 worth do...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 22 November 1904

SHERIFF'S STATEMENT. Says He Did Not Know What He Was Signing When He Re ceipted for Henderson. Saluda, November i8.-Sheriff Rho den today gave out the following statement to your correspondent in reference to the W. L. Henderson matter concerning which an article appeared in the State of November 17. What follows is a verbatim state ment by Sheriff Rhoden: "Mr. N. G. Evans of Edgefield pre sented to me a paper for my signa ture stating that it was for the pur pose of getting bail for W. L. Hen 'derson. I did not read the paper and at his request signed it. Thereafter this paper was presented to my son, J. L. Rhoden, who is my deputy, for him to affix the official seal of my office. He affixed the seal thereto. In reference to the reward said to have been paid to Maj. R. S. Anderson of Edgefield and the method by which it was obtained I consider the whole thing a fraud. In my opinion there was never any reason for a re ward for Henderson being asked for as he had not made any effort...

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. — 22 November 1904

FREDERICK THE GIZEAT. Bronze Statue Presented American People and Placed in War Col lege by Emperor William -Unveiled on Saturday President Roosevelt Speaks. Washington, November g.-The ceremonies incident to the unveiling of the statue to Frederick the Great began at 2:30 p. m. amid booming of cannon, the playing of the German national air and cheers. A great throng- gathered at the grounds of War college. The statue of Frederick the Great is a gift from the emperor to the peo ple of the United States and was unveiled* this afternoon by, Von Sternburg, wife of the German ambassador. The event was impres sive and significant, marking in the opinion of many, the beginning of a better feelig and closer relationship between the American people and the German emperor. Addresses were made by the Ger amn ambassador. President Roose velt, United States Ambassador I to Germany, Lieut. General of the United States Army and the Adju tant General to Emperor Wilhelm. The arrival of the more dis...

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. — 22 November 1904

E. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. TRANSFERS OF PUPILS. Petition From School District No. 14-Opinion By Attorney General. A meeting of the county board of education was held on Friday in the office of County Superintendent of Education Eugene S. Werts to hear the petition from the local trustees of school district No. 14 which in &udes the Prosperity graded school. The petition asks that all transfers from surrounding districts be annull 5a. 'The county board is composed of tug. S. Werts, S. J. Derrick and E. 6. Counts. >The petitioners were represented before the board by C. T. Wyche in'a B. B. Schumpert. The board heard the statement of thre petitioners through their repre sgAtatives but announced no decision tintil they can get an opinion from th.k attorney general on a question of lav and this point was referred to him, and the decision of the board cnFthe matter will depend on the in terpretation of the law made by ...

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. — 22 November 1904

The Prosperit I COf The Hera] PROSPERITY NEWS. The Coming and Going of the Peo ple of a Live and Progres sive Town. Prbsperity., S. C.. November 2. The solid south is still solid. Ex cept-Well, we don't know just where we are at. Can't you tell us Mr. Editor and relieve ou7 nerves. Your "macheen" made me say fine for full program for arbor day and really I must say it fits the case pretty well. There are'other breaks that are not so well fitted. And one of these days we are going to come up to your office and we will do something dreadful. Verbuni sap: "Do you understand Mr. "ma sheen" man. Look out, be careful. 'Mr. S. B. Holley of Saluda was in town Friday. Mrs. G. M. Able has returned from a visit to her brother, Mr. Ju!ius J. Epting, of the St. Paul's section., Town taxes for city purposes are due and payable on or before De cember 15. Its only -4 mills, so please step up to the "cappen's" of fice and get square with the city. Don't forget this. Mr. Thos. W. Gallian will move fr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 22 November 1904

GETTING MUSCLE. Way Not to Do It is to Stand on Football Side Lines. Put on an overcoat. Wrap a muf iler around your throat. Grab a place at the rope along the side of the field. Stamp your feet to keep them warm. Light your cigarette for distraction. Cough, sneeze. Turn edgeways to the sharp winds. Shout encouragement to the men who are doing the work on the grid iron. Catch pneumonia. But be care fOl not to enter into the sport on your own account. Remain a spec tator. Then you will be a perfect illustration of the way in which foot ball assists the physical development of forty-nine out of every fifty stu dents. This is not a fact against football as a game. It is a fact against foot ball as an institution. Football as a game was based on sport and exercise. Football as an institution is based on the desire to win. It was the desire to win that first put professionals on college teams. It is the desire to win that still involves college teams in what President Fraunce, of Brown U...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 22 November 1904

SHEEP RAISING IN THE STATI More Dogs in This State Than Ther Are Sheep-Secretary Watson Hopes For Better Things Next Year. Columbia, November i8.-Commis sioner Watson has sent out to certa2 inquirer an interesting letter in re gard to sheep raisivg in this state The letter is as follows: Gentleman: Your letter of Novem ber i, requesting our best estimat< on the actual figures of the numbe of sheep on hand at the spring shear ing, the weight per fleece and th amount of the clip in pounds in thi state, has ben received. It is extreme ly difficult to give you even an esti mate, inasmuch as sheep growing ii this state.has up to the present seasoi been practically undeveloped, and bu few statistics have been kept. Whei this department was establish7ed las January I undertook to push th sheep growing industry to the fulles extent. Up to the present time w have not made as much headway a I would like, although at presen there is a considerable increase in th number of sheep being raised...

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. — 22 November 1904

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. .viss Thyra Schumpert has return ,ed from a visit to Edgefield. Mrs. B. M. Setzler of Pomaria is visiting her parents, Rev and Mrs. R. C. Ligon of Smyrna. Mrs. Dr. W. E. Beicher and family :are moving to Columbia where they will reside. Miss Nina Seay of Columbia, whc has been visiting Miss Carrie Jones, has returned to her home. The primary election for commis sioner of public works will be held today. Mr. L. W. Floyd is building one -of the handsomest houses in this sec tion of the state. Mr. J. C. Summer has returned to Newberry and will resume his posi :tion with the Carolina Manufactur ,ng company. Miss Pearl Berly of Walhalla, who has been visiting her sister Mrs. Geo. P. Boozer of the county, has returned to her home. Mr. E. A. Griffin has returned erom Baltimore, where he has been for the past month in the hospital. He is much improved. Mr. H. M. Garlington was on a ,visit a few days the...

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. — 25 November 1904

A On IVI VOL. XI O 1-.NEWBERRY. S. C., FRIDAY NOVEMBER 235. 1904, TWICE A WEEKI 150AYA THANKEGIVING SERVICES. Rev. S. H. Zimmerman Delivers an Excellent Discours to a Repre sentative Gathering. Thanksgiving day was appropri ately observed by intensely interest ing religious services, held yester day in the opera house, and in which the several congregations of New ~berry united. The morning was .clear and beautiful-a marked con trast to the wintry unpleasantncss of 'Thanksgiving Day one year ago, and a large gathering, representative of every denominationfi same together to listen to the eloquent words of the preacher and to render thanks unto the Lord. A fitting order of ex -ercises was carried out, including -prayers by Revs. J. H. Graves, J. L. Williamson, scripture reading by Rev. G. A. Wright, reading of gov -ernor's proclamation by Rev. W. L. Seabrook, Orphanage offering in charge of Dr. E. P. McClintock, and benediction by Rev. N. N. Burton. The sermon of the occasion was <...

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. — 25 November 1904

MILLS-JOHNSTONE. Miss Margaret Law Johnstone Be comes the Bride of Mr. Laur ens Tenny Mills. One of the most interesting events of the season was the marriage of Miss Margaret Law Johnstone and Mr. Laurens Tenny Mills. of Cam den., which occurred at the Aveieigh Presbyterian church. on Vednesday evening. November 23rd. The church was beautifully decor aLed in white and green. The chandeliers were twined with smilax and from each was suspended a large bunch of white chrysanthe mums. tied with wide. white ribbons. A lovely background was formed for the bridal party of tall sway ing palms and a delicate net work of ferns interspersed with quantities of white chrysanthemums. Immense bunches of this same flow er tied with bow knots of ribbon were fastened to each pew in the center aisle which made a path of flowers through which the bride passed. Mendelssohn's wedding chorus was brilliantly rendered by Mrs. Theodore Johnstone. Mrs. S. B. Jones and Messrs A. J. Bowers. and S. B. Jbnes, wi...

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. — 25 November 1904

fHINDIPO THE NEW NERVE TONIC AND KIDNEY CURE. Cleanses the Kidneys and Bladder, purifies the Blood. Puts Flesh on thin people. Strengthens the Nerves. Clears the Brain. Cures Nervous Debility, Insomnia, Failing Memory. Restores the Vim, Vigor, Vitality and Strength of Youth, in both weak Men and Women. This New Remody works like Magic, but Is ab solutely harmless. Weigh yourself before taking. Price, 50 cts. !2 boxes, $5.00, by mall. We will cheerfully refund the money if you are Dot benefitted. Try it and be convinced. A JAPANESE HERO. One Example of the Spirit That Is Actuati,ng the Soldiers of Japan. November Century. Sanko Takano ,sergeant major, special duty, belonging to the Sec ond company, Second cavalry regi ment, Second division. On a dark night in early April, soon after his regiment had reached the Yalu river, he and Lance Corporal Shin obu Wantanabe were sent out with a third man to ascertain the width and depth of the main stream of the river where it flows between two...

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. — 25 November 1904

E. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25. Latham, Alexander & Co., estimate the cotton crop for the year 1904 1905 at 11,300,000 bales. They say that the figures are "compiled from reliable and intelligent correspon dents in every cotton growing coun ty in the southern states." Their estimate gives about the per cntage of increase in each state of the cotton belt over last year. The estimate by states is as fol lows: Alabama ...........1,150,000 Arkansas ..8.......... oo o Florida.. .............6o,ooo Georgia .. .. .. .. .. ..1.550-000 Louisiana ..........goo,ooo Mississippi ............,500,000 North Carolina .. ...... 640,ooo South Carolina....... - 550,000 Tenn. and C. and Ok.Ty. 55o,ooo Texas and Ind. Ty. ......3,200,000 Total. ............11,300,000 Last year this firm estimated the crop at 10,3oo,oooand it was 10,011,000. The estimate last year for South Carolina was goo,ooo, while the crop was 825,ooo....

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. — 25 November 1904

The Prosperit I~ COf The Heral .A. H.T:CO3l PROSPERITY LETTER. The Coming and Going of the Peo ple of a Live and Progres sive Town. Prosperity. S. C., November 24. Dr. C. T. Wyche has gone on a bus iness trip to Charleston. Mr. J. B. Fellers of the St. Lukes section is also taking in gala week in Charleston. Mr. S. J. Kohn has purchased Dr. R. L. Luther's Stoney Battery farm. Dr. L. T. Littlejohn has gone to his home in Pacolet to spend Thanksgiving with his parents. Messrs. Hawkins Bros. are build ing a buggy warehouse across the street in rear of their store on Mr. S. L. Fellers' lot. Mr. Fellers will occupy the rear of the building as a tin and repair shop. Mr. 0. P. Harris has sold his Bush River plantation to Messrs. Newton Lester and Peter Hawkins. Mr. E. W. Werts has purchased Mr. 0. P. Harris' house in town. Mr. Harris has purchased a large planta tion six miles north-cast of Clinton. We regret very much to lose Mr. Harris. He is a man of sterling worth and he will be missed...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 25 November 1904

The Negro Educator's Downfall. The Washington Post says: "The announcement, a day or two ago, that Booker Washington, Jr., son of the colored educator, had fied an application as paymaster in the army must inevitably have an injurious ef fect upon the Tuskegee Institute and its head. Prof. Washington is con ducting a college in Alabama, and is indebted to that state not only for the domicile thereof and for annual appropriations from the public treasury for its support, but for the popular good will and approv al which make the successful pros ecution of his work possible. If he forfeits this moral support his ac tivities will come to an end so far as concerns Alabama, or. for that matter, the whcie south. Hence we venture the opinion above expressed." The Post goes on to say that its in formation from the war department is that "Booker Washington, Sr., has approved and formally endorsed his son's application," and that "it is fair to assume that he is personally urg ing it with the...

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. — 25 November 1904

Golden Rod. A. B. Williams in Richmond News Leader. In our climate the golden rod is the last kindly token of her love anc bounty bestowed by the old mother Earth. who gives us at the beginning life and to our tired heads at the lasi a restful cradle-a might- cradle worthy of a child of Omnipotence Swung nOiselessly and softly and with imperceptible motion by th< hand of God through space incompre hensible. Every fall before she takes her rest from her busy work of crea ting for us she gives the golden rod statley and humble, brav.- and beau tiful weed. We call it a weed be cause it is given so lavishly. Eart is not niggardly with this glorious gold. It is our weakness and blind ness that we value lightly what is given to us bountifully. We value most highly the things we musi groan and sweat for, while 'disregard ing the manifold blessings and beau ties Nature and Earth and Life offer freely, and sigh most greviously after the few things we may not have. When we consider serious...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
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