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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 1 December 1903

BRYAN'S FORTUNE. 4("Commoner" Yields an Income of Between $20,000 and $40,000 Besides His Lectures-His $60,000 House. Lincoln Cor. in New York Sun. Col. Williain Jennings Bryan has not yet earned the title of "Lin coln's richest citizen," but in the past three years lie has maide rapid strides toward that honor. After the election of 1896 lie issued an ad dress to his supporters in which lie said: / "The Republican candidate has been heralded as the advance agent of prosperity. If this proves to be true, we will all share in that pros perity.' l'or once the colonel haid the gift of accurate pr)phiecy. Hei has pros pered, and pro.spe-red very well. Lincoln bNkers hesitate about placing -n estitnate upon Col. Bry an's wealth. One said that hu was easily worth a quarter of a1 Imlillion dollars. Anotfher placed it at S2oo, 1.1all S75s.0 0ik put tl l'1l. I N m's. t((it. 0f this S11111 wi h :1 I Flairvi,nw I*t[)r*SeilIl 's la.lliivSu, T'lle ou e, a 1arg , si t It ial brick strtictu'e Of 2...

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. — 1 December 1903

bar of the State before he wa. rled into politics. He waE ognized as a very good jury law r, and the jhdges say they liked o listen to his arguments because of his lucid method of presentation He camte back to Lincoln from two terms in congress with hi practice somewhat demoralized, but in the two years between then and his notmination for the presidency he had more than regained the lost ground. Since 1896 he had done very little law work, and be definite ly abandoned it in 1897. The colonel's ability as a money maker was demonstrated, after his first defeat, by the success of his book. Additional evidence was given when he began the ptblication of his newspaper. With sublime confidenceOin his own powers, lie disdained the advice to secure a practical newspaper man as his business manager. He instal led his brother in that post, but he himself has been the man behind the project. Without the aid or counsel of men experienced in news paper circulation departments he secured a paid u...

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. — 1 December 1903

President Roosevelt has"given to the public a inemorandun on the report of Fourth Assistant Post master General Bristow on the postollice investigation. President I Roosevelt takes to himself the credit for exposing the corruption I of a number of years and attempts e to clear himself of the responsibili ty. That is Roosevelt. Every day or two comes the same old story of negroes, and in many instances white people, locking I their children in the house and go ing away and coing back to find them burned to death. Such hap peninigs are becoming entirely too common. Such I negligence on tihe part of parents is a crime and ( shmild be punished. There Ive beenl s,everal lvnCh-! inswithi. thle patweek or* more,*0 ,nd two of theni were i South Grolina.In 1oiin nSna there were several 1ynchings hr a m1aler. Thet wo lyin I orll. own State were for the usial crime. which in nine cases olit ot ten w%ill always provoke lynching. Sheriff Bufird at H1ouca Path. Sheriff Buford, of Newberry 4 t cou...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 1 December 1903

HE PANAMA SITUATION. yes Has Arrived in Washington anama Accepts Treaty Wtth Undue Haste. The Panama junta held a meet ing on Thursday, morning and unanimously decided to ratify the canal treaty so soon as it was re ceived. This action of Panama in ratifying a treaty before it was re ceived shows strange haste. Gen. Reyes, representing the Colombian government,has arrived in Washington. He has given out a statement in which he says that he comes to this country to offer the United States all the conces sions contained in the Hay-Ilerran treaty absolutely free of cost. Ie lays the blame of Colombia's re. fusal to accept the Ilay-Herran treaty to "unfortunate political troubles'' which have now entirely disappeared. Yet he proposes to hlcd onl to l'analia. llavird - Hair. Nr. W. H. Havird, of Newberry -D0 Niss lettie lIir, daughter of Nligstrate B. 13. llair, of Pros perity, were married it Prosperity on Saturday afternoon, at the par sonage, by the Rev. Chas. M. Boyd. NOTICE* H E SUP...

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. — 1 December 1903

THE NEWBERRY OF THE DAYS THAT ARE PAS' LETTER FROM FORMER NEWBERRIA: NOW9I.IVING IN TEXAS. Good Men of the Olden Days-A Grel Unfounded Panic-Families of the )utch Fork Huddled on Little Mountain. Woodville. Texas Oh! there are voices of the past, Links of a broken cUhamn, Wiigs that can bear im-, back to time Which cannot come0 again. Yea, (god forbid that I should lo:e The echoes that remaiv. Where is the heart that doth not kee Within its iniost core, Some fond remimcibranlee deep O' days that are no mor -' I close' my last at Phil Sch"lp pert's sign. Oin next block e..s lived Wid, w Preci us Shell, stn un dahighter, all gone. Oni ti'e nirth e&.st corner was the home ol Mr!, Annie O'Neali and hi daughttr "Miss Sarahl. Tley were l'tiends called by otisiders Quakers. Gk-o 'ox, the f"undllier of the sect, or tial before thle F 0 uV glishl Ju1stice, ex horte them t tiembh- at the wofr of 0od ;0oneof t1he just ices scolil Called th1eIII Qual:ers. At one tim;<, t1here were nu af ...

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. — 1 December 1903

his scare was over found he had choked it to death." I heard of mnany jokes on the scare, but they have escaped my memory. None knew how the rumor originated. kOne of my good and trite friends lying in winter quarters at Orange Court House, Va., found an old book, "Outline History, of Vir ginia". It gave an account-of the Ned Turner, negro, insurrection in 1833. A negro preacher, Ned, ser vant of an old widow who indulged him and gave hitu a horse to ride to his preaching, with fifty others secretly started out killing the whites, women and children, and among others his mistress. They were routed and three of them exe cuted. Ned escaped, but a hunter afterwards hearing his dogs baying found Ned and lie too was executed. About this titue tobacco peddlers from Virginia were common in Newberry, 'atd it may be that the story started froi their re lating the Ned Turner raid and locatiig it in Newbrrv. 'Tis alinost startlinig to hear the wa;rning of dep:irte<l time solniding a'no!g9 t...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 1 December 1903

FIRE AT MR. D. W. BARR'S. It Occurred Friday Morning and is Believed to Have Becen of Incendiary Origin. An epidemic of incendiarism seems to be sweeping the upper part of the county. Following close upon the numerous burnings on and around the Dominick place, the burning at Sidney Mayer's and the fire by which Mr. S. B. Aull, at Jalapa. sustained a very heavy loss last week, ca a fire on Fri day morning which destroyed Mr. 1). Walter Barre's cow stables and barn, with a quantity of rough food, including sixty loads of hay. There were several cowf' in the -tables. One fine Jersey cow was I- urned to death and another cow was probably fatally burned. The others escaped. Mr. Barre lives about two miles above Helena. le discovered the fire about 2 o'clock Friday morn ing. He was alone on the place, but succeeded in saving other buildings. IIe has reason to be lieve the fire was the work of an incendiary. Death of Mrs. J. M. Workman. Mrs J. NI. Workmiati, of No. 6 townh1ilp, (ied mIddel...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 1 December 1903

3=3ELU alt tv, kSALSE 1865 INEWBERRY, S. C...1 'rlIA )C 90 WCKj \I~I: i.oAEI OUR GUNNERS. How They Are Selected and Trained in the Navy. "It i oily half tile work to arm and equip *hips with the Ilost iilprove(d gilns and sights; they mitst also have a Ihighily rained personnel capable -f Manipulating guns, turrets and torpe (oes," writes Lieutenant Commander Gleaves in the Juie World's Work. Vhen China found herself arrayed against Japan she offered $Soo cash per month for skilled gun pointers, but in all navies all great gun pointers are trained, not bought, and when the fight is on it is too late for instrile tion. How does a man become al expert guiner? Diligent drill and constant training are not enough withiout a cer tainl alotollit of natiral aptitude. 0n man after another is tried. .-\ few days drill in the turret eliminates all except the fairl3r promising. IUor the talent of eye antd nerve wlicli marks the born gun pointer tle gvernnent pays from $2 to $10 a monti in addi ...

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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. — 4 December 1903

4 talb Gab + cws. ESTABLISHED 1865 NEWBERRY, S. -FRDY,DCME , 93 WC A W-p-4.r e . CHARLESTON'S PROFITS RESTORED BY BOARD. 'TIR ADDITIONAL SPECIALS MUST BE EMILOYED. ,iyor Smyth Made His Fortual Return But the Directors Did Not Seem Satisfied. The directors of the State dispen ary have decided to restore to harleston all of the city's share of .e dispenisary profits except so auch ' will be necessary to pay ,e expenses of litigation in the 'ieters matter. The mayor and other officials of tie city appeared before the board at its meeting in Columbia on Wed nesdav. After the return of the :flicials the board went into execu ive session, Gov. Heyward being ivited to nttend the deliberations, id "decided to restore the profits o the city of Charleston, after with holding then for such a time as might be necessary to defray the expenses of the litigation now pend ing in Charleston as to the consta Ales, provided the city council will place under the orders of the di vision chief constable ...

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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. — 4 December 1903

BACHMAN CHAPEL LETTBR. Ine Sad Death of Mrs. M. L. Kinard-Colk Weather Brings Good Times. Other Matters. Slighs, December 3.--It becomes the sad duty of this correspondent to chronicle the death of one of his best neighbors and friends. The summons came not unexpectedly on last Friday morning to Mrs. Sophia Kinard, the most faithful and devoted wife of Mr. M. L. Ki nard. For the past six inonths Mrs. Kinard had suffered the most excruciating pain with cancer of the left breast. I visited her sev eral times during her illness and found her, as I had always found her, bearing her sufferings and en during her pain with the most Christian fortitude I have ever seen displayed by anybody under such circumstances. I had known the deceased for a little more than thirty years. I have beenl with her inl the church, in the -hoie and inl the social circle, an.d I don't think I ever knew a more devoted womani in all Inmy life. She was a imlodel wollaln. I lever saw her wear a sad counitenance. S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 4 December 1903

WHO'LL INHERIT CLEVELAND VOTE? Speculation Upon Consequence of Ex President's Statement-Never was any Likelihood of His Candidacy. A dispatch from Washington says that the only interest excited it Congressional and politi-al circles there over Mr. Cleveland's ltter of -declination is as to the questien, t< whom will the so-called Cleveland strength be now thrown. Politicians informed on the ritua tion have long known that the talk about Mr. Cleveland's candidacy was for one purpose alone-tc arouse the interest of the Easterr Democrats, and the conservatives of the West, in a Democratic candi date. Since 1896 many of these Democrats have associated them selves entirely with the Republi cans, until the conteniplation of Republican policies has become, with them, a habit of mind, and from that to the casting of a vote for a Republican candidate was a logical transition. So to get these men back into a train of thought, the objective of which was a Democratic candidate for President,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 4 December 1903

THE BOLL WEEVIL. Louisiana is taking active meas ures to keep the boll weevil out of her borders, and Governor Heard has announced that he will call a special session of the legislature during this month to consider meas ures looking to this end. A boll weevil convention has been in ses sion in New Orleans this week and a permanent organization was form ed to be known as the Louisiana B3ll Weevil Association. It is prob able that a measure will be pre sented to the leg'slature when it convenes in extra session to appoint a crop pest comtnittee and to imake an appropriation to be used by this committee to prevent the spread of and to eradicate the weevil. Louisiana's fears are not idle. The boil weevil is the most formiida ble enemy that has ever confronted the cottoi planters of the Southern Sta.e.. Tlie governmient has taken the matter 1uler consiideration and has sent exp2rts5 to the cotton fields of Texas to stiud tle insect and to devise some means, if )os sible, for its eradica...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 4 December 1903

TB NEWS OP PROSPERITY. Several Business Changes Announced Personal Mention-Al the News About the Weather. Prosperity, S. C., Dec. 3.-Win ter seems to have setted upon us. And it seems to continue with us. And this is a solid dry cold. And the weather man can not get any rain. One of our number said jestingly that he did not look for any more rain till next spring. Some have been predicting a dry fall on the basis of the debt paving nature of the weather; it probably wants to settle its bills before the old year ends. Messrs. Quattlebaum & Schum pert have a new lot of horses and mules. These have furnished un failing attraction for many people. Mention was made last week of the new firm of Counts Brothers, and it now transpires that we are tc have another commercial change with the new year. Messrs. Morrhi & Wicker have sold their stock tc Mr. S. D. Duncan. Mr. Duncan ih now with Moseley Bros., and ii t young man of many excellent quali ties. Mr. Morris has been for sev eral ...

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. — 4 December 1903

A COLD NOVEMBER. Voluntary Observer Peterson Says It The Coldest On Record at His Station. Voluntary Observer W. 1Pei soi says that the ilont i just pas was the coldest Novemotber onl re at his station every day after first week. - The following meteorological I ord as kept by Mr. Peterson spe, for itself: .Meanii lxinll-l) 59 1 Mean miininum, 40.. Mean, 49.7. INxulu, 78; date. I.St. Milillum, i2 date , 2Sth. Greatest daily ranlge. . PR h C i PI TA T () N. Total, 2 21 itICheCs. Greatest in 24 hours. 1 da 2d. SNOw, 'T*otal fall, i inch. Nt'MIB1 0I.Avs With ."m inch or more precij ationl, 7. Clear, 9; part. 1y cloudy, 6; Clon 15. 1):ATFS 017 Killitig fost, 7, 8, 1 . 20 21, 27, 2,, 29, 30. Thunderstorms, 2d. SIet, 25th and 26th. Nagging. A. B \'illiatls in the liiAhm1o1 News. l.ckder. Rt is- a u lrth t ! i:n the( ElisCcopaQ.ltueb <h'e> not Co taii n -a ecial lClallse for deli\vemall from ni i l"Nident1v its pi )ose it to be muecensive and in1Voke all the blessings, that h1 Iality...

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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. — 4 December 1903

PROPER BREATHING. INHALE THROUGH THE NOSTRILS, AND'NOT THE MOUTH. Normal lreathing Will llelp Mate rially to Induce Perfect Develop nkent - Without Normal Breathing Such Development Im Ipompoible. That nature intended man for all ellinates is unquestloned, but if man live other thma nature Intended he should he must be content with dire consequmnces so far as health is con cerned. And why is it that certain in dividuals enjoy better health in cer tain climates than in others? To my mind, the reason in a major ity of cases is that they are mouth breathers and bear better the mild than the severe climate. Who are aillicted with chronic nos! throat and chest affections? Thu mouth breather always, and we will nev er stamp out such conditions as pul ionary tuberculosis, together with numerous other affections of the re 9piratory tract, Iutil we. the humaln family, have learned to take every in spiration through the nose. I have taken the liberty to divide mouth breathers into two classes...

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. — 4 December 1903

ESCAPED CONVICT CAPTURBD. John Coleman During His Brief Absence From the Gang Committed Another Crime-His Escape. John Coleman, one of the two negroes who escaped from the county chain gang on Sunday night, was captured at about day light Tuesday morning at Gold vill vhere he had stopped over to see his wife on his way,to Spartan burg, by Guard B. M. Koon and his brother, Mr. B. E. Koon,.of the city police force. Coleman was serving a nine nionths' sentence on the gang for stealing, three months of this time having ,been imposed by the city, and six months by the circuit court, and during his brief absence from the gang lie coin mitted another theft which will probably lengthen his sentence a few days or more. The story of Coleman's escape shows that lie is utterly de,oid of even that honor which is said to exist among the lowest thieves. At about i r o'clock oil Suinday night Toti Hampton, who was on the gang for a long period, and who had been made a trusty, secured a file from th...

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. — 8 December 1903

C ~enIbaub Ferns. STABLISHED 1865 NEWBERRY, S. 0., TU;CSDAY. DECEMBER 8 1903. TWICE A WEEK-, 1.50 A YEAR REGULAR SESSION HAS BEGUN. Extra Session Of 'Congress Merged Into The Regular Session -Wood and Crum Jobless. The extra session of Congre.s was merged into the regular sessi n yesterday at 12 o'clock. There was no recess between the two sessions thus affoiding the president no op portunity to renew his civil and military recess appointments. In effect this action will demote Gen. Wood from his present rank of major general to the rank of brigadier general, his appointment not having been confirmed and the president having no opportunity to .make recess appointments. It will demote, in like manner, 167 army officers, promoted after the Wood promotion. William D. Crum will have to vacate his position as collector of the port of Charleston and others serving recess appoint ments will he likewise affected. GENBRAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less interest Condensed Outside the State...

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. — 8 December 1903

THE DOINGS OF UTOPIA. The Coming and Going Of the People Of No. 8 --A Marriage -- Stlolen Sweets. Utopia, December 7.-Mr. Henry Long has moved his saw mill to Mrs. Ida Boozer's place, in this sec tion. Mr. W. I. Herbert's new house Is nearing completion. Mr. Arthur Werts and Miss Ma mie Schunpert were happily married !ast Wednesday at the home of the bride's father, Mr. F. M. Schunip ert. Mr. Dan Livingston has his new house ready for occuppancy. Hauling saw stock is the order of the day. Mr. Thomas Blair is building a cook room and other out-buildings. Mr. W. I. Herbert has been busy extracting honey of which he has secured a good yield. Sone one seemed to think Mr. Herbert's honey was public property and went in one night recently and n-propriatedI sonic, it is not known how much. Christmas is almost here. Mr. John Paysinger is running Mr. Long's saw mill. A little snow fell here last Tues day night. News From Excelsior Excelsior, December 7.---We had a nice rain on Saturday after...

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. — 8 December 1903

THE REV. D. P. BOYD. He Has Finished His Fourth Year As Pastor Of lewberry Circult--Complimen tary Resolutions. The Rev. D. P. Boyd has finished his fourth'year as pastor of the New. berry circuit and leaves today for the meeting of the Methodist Con ference in Greenville which. in pur suance of the polity of the Meth: 4 hodist church, will send him else where to work. Rev. Mr. Boyd is a Newberry county man, being a son of the Rev. M. M. Boyd, who served the Metho dist church for more than half a century and who gave to the Church three of his sons as preachers of the ord and whose father also vas a ethodist preacher. Mr. Boyd has Ati~ great many friends in Newberry Unty apart from those of his cir it who regret that the time has me, according to the usages of e Methodist Conference, to take m away to other fields of labor, 14 d who will wish for him miany 1 ars of usefulness in his work and wealth and happiness. During the four ycars lie has n pastor of the Newberry circuit v Mr. B...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 8 December 1903

X. H. AUIL, E.DITOR. A Card of Thanks. I desire to express my sincere appreciation of the efforts of those who kindly rendered my home as sistance during the last ilness of my wife. They may safely rest in the assurance - that their kindness shall not be forgot. Respectfully, John J. Mayer. Death of a Child. Luther Alonzo, the child of Mr. George E. and Mrs. Dessie Krell, born Sept. 13, 1898, died October 23, 1903, aged 5 years, r ionth and 10 days. Christmas Goods. Messrs. Counts and Dickert are making a run on Christmas goods. Davenport & Cavenaugh. Davenport and Cavenaugh, who are conducting a first-class grocery store, are ready for the Christmas trade. lie Quick. Not a minute to be lost when a child shows symptoms of- croup. Chamber lain's Cough Remedy given as soon as the child becomes hoarse, or even after the croupy cough appears, will prevent the attack. It never fails, and is pleasant and safe to take. For sale by Smith Drug Co., Newberry, S. C., and Prosperity Drug Co...

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