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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 25 November 1904

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mr. J. Rud Fair is in the city. Mr. James Kennerly is spending a few days in the city. Policemen H. H. Franklin and B. E. Koon are off on a hunting trip. Mrs. E. R. Hipp is visiting friends and relatives in Rock Hill. Mrs. Cole L. Blease is with rela tives in Pendleton. Mr. C. 5. Moore spent Thanksgiv ing in Newberry. Mr. James Wilson is visiting in Columbia. Mrs. J. P. Neel is in Georgetown with her brother, Mr. W. C. Bynum, who is ill. VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT. Another informal dance was held on Wednesday night, in the Armory. Many young people were in atten 'dance, and the affair, as usual with dances in Newberry, was a success. The Newberry of yesterday was a town of which her citizens should be proud. For the greater part of the day the streets were filled with little else than their Sunday stillness, an'd most of the stores were closea. The religious services were well-at tended. The football...

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. — 29 November 1904

VOL. XL. NO. 116. NEWBERRY. S. C.. TUESDAY NOVEMBER 29. 1904, TWICE A WEEK. $1.50 A YEAR HOYT HAYES CASE. Governor Does Not Pardon Him Now, Hayes' Friends Say, Be cause It Is Feared Hayes May Be Lynched. Columbia, S. C., November 28. Hoyt Hayes, the young Oconee coun ty mountaineer concerning the com mutation of whose death sentence there was so much feeling engen -dered throughout the state recently, .and which act of the governor's in spired a red-hot petition from Hayes' I county asking the governor to re sign, presents the unique situation unique for this state at least-of a man being denied a pardon for fear -of his being lynched. At least it is understood among Hayes' friends and others that the governor is sat-' isfied the young man is innocent of the crime for which he was sentenced to hang, is convinced-as practically -everybody else has been convinced -who has studied the testimony in the case-that Hayes did not murder his young bride but that she committed suicide. But it...

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. — 29 November 1904

ANDERSON'S STATEMENT. Anderson And N. G. Evans Both Is sue Statements Concerning Hen derson Affair-Rhoden Charged Wijth Incompetency. The State. To the Editor of The Statc: Last Saturday I read an article in your columns, said to be a verba tim statement by Sheriff Rhoden of Saluda county. His statement is not alto~gether correct. I was at Saluda on the 3rd and 4th of November for the purpose of examining witnesses and taking affidavits in the case of the state vs. W. L. Henderson. On the morning of the 4th. Maj. Ander son came to. Mr. Davis', where I had spent the nihgt with W. L. Henderson in charge under arreet. Henderson's wounds in his chest were open C_id disehargiiig, the wounds in his hand 4nd left arm were sickening to look at. I advised Maj. Anderson that in my opinion it would be brutal and inhuman to carry him any fur ther. I told Maj. Anderson that I had been informed that the judge and solicitor had advised Sheriff Rhoden to arrest Henderson and put a con stable in cha...

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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. — 29 November 1904

DR. SCHERER ON JAPAN. An Interesting Lecture In Columbia -Causes Of War and Japan's Future. Dr. J. A. B. Scherer, president of Newberry college, delivered a lec ture on Japan, in Columbia. Friday. The Columbia papers give the fol lowing account of the address: The lecture of Dr. J. A. B. Scherer, given under the auspices of the New Century club at the College for Vo men last night, was listened to by a large audience. Superintendent Dreher of the city schools, who was a classmate of Dr. Scherer during their college days, in troduced him with a few pleasant and appropriate remarks. Dr. Scherer spent the early years of his ministry as a missionary and teacher in Japan and while there stud ied the people, problems and condi tions of not only Japan but the en tire east so thoroughly and so care fully that his subsequent writings have been widely read. Being master ,of his subject, he speaks with a fluen cy and readiness that adds to the enjoyment of his address. He held the closest atte...

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. — 29 November 1904

E. H. AU~LL. EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at Nevw berry, S. C., as second class matter. NOVEMBER, TUESDAY 29. The Eutawville Case. The alleged Eutawville lvnchere now held in the penitelitiary. in Ca lumbia. seem to be exneriencing cor siderable difficulty in their efforts t secure a preliminary hearing. Th question of a preliminary will be sci tied one way or the other next Fri day, however, at which time Magi trate A. F. McCoy of Holly Hill i required to make return to an orde passed by Judge D. A. Townsend, i Charleston, on last Saturday, r< quiring Magistrate McCoy to sho, cause why a mandamus should nc issue requiring him to grant the pris oners a preliminary hearing. Th law is very explicit on this subiec Section 24 of the Criminal Code prc viding: "It shall be the duty of an magistrate who issues a warrai charging a crime beyond his juri diction, to grant and to hold a pr< liminary investigation of the saTr upon demand of the defendant any time before trial, at whi...

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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. — 29 November 1904

The Prosper I COf The Hler .. I. Mo: NEWS OF PROSPERITY. Death of Mr. Foster Slawson, W] Accidentally Shot Himself Other Prosperity News. Prosperity. November 28.-Mess 0. B. Simpson, jmo. Pat Wise, a Bushnell Bowers, of Newberry c< lege. spent Thanksgiving at home. Mr. J. A. Kibler of the St. Phili section, spent Thanksgiving in Prc perity. Among the many casualties Thanksgiving none was so serious that which befell Mr. Foster Slawsc He with Messrs. Harris, Col. Alewir and Pierce Banks were out hunti: and while passing through some vin his gun was caught and 4ccidental discharged, the entire load ent< ing his right shoulder, jt above the shoulder blade, shiveri: a rib. Dr. Dominick was sent f and did what he could to give hi ease. Mr. Slawson died from the i fects of the wound early Sund morning. He was laid to rest in t Prosperity cemetery on Sunday eve ing. He was about 4.2 years c and unmarried. Rev. V. A. Lu of Grace church, held services at t home of his father, Mr. Levi ...

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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. — 29 November 1904

A MILL BOYS' OPPORTUNITY. Clergyman Points Out the Way fol Poor Youths Who Are Struggling To Obtain an Education. The Rev. D. English Camak, in Southern Christian Advocate. Perhaps after recent discussions in the columns of The Advocate my readers are surprised to see an arti cle headed -A Mill Boy's Opportun ities." We have been led to be believe that he has none, and in most cases we have succeeded in getting 3im to think so himself. This is not .only gross injustice to the young :man at the mill, in whose affairs he is fast becoming a potent force for -weal or woe. Going as I did from a mortgaged farm to college when cotton brought 1r,om three and a half to five cents per pound, I know fron, bitter ex -perience the struggles of a coumry boy for an education. having seen -enough of the average town boy to know that he must spend the great ,er part of his earnings for board and appearances, I can appreciate his dis advantages. Having, studied and associated with the mill boy I thin...

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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. — 29 November 1904

SEMINARY BURNED. Thornwell Orphanage at Clinton Is Visited By Another Calamity. Clinton, November :5;.-At about 6 o'c!ock yesterday afternoon the Thornwell orphanage seminary buildiag caught tire in the roof from a defcctive flue and was burned toI theground. Workmenhadjust finish ed testing a new turnace and the building had been closed for the day. The ire was discovered early but as the town has not yet put in its water works the efforts to put out the flames were of no avail. The fire soon reached an 85 foot tower and became a huge pillar of flames. Ef forts were then diverted to the pro tection of the McCorinick, a dormi tory building on th:- orphanage cam pus and the recitation hall of the Presbyterian college, both of which were threatened. Both buildings were adeq.it-,ly protec-ed. The "Thornwell Seminary for Or phans.' 'which was the name of the burned .uilding, was dedicated in 1883 by Gov.' Hugh S. Thompson, whose death the people are now la The building was in process of...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 29 November 1904

PUTELTY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Sheriff M. M. Buford and son, Wil liam T. Bufort, are taking in the world's fair at St. Louis. Mr. S. S. Langford, of Rock Hill, formerly of this city, is in Newber ry. Mr. Zack. Suber, of Whitmire, went to St. Louis on Saturday to take in the exposition. Mr. H. W. Fulmer of Knoxville, Tenn., an alumnus of Newberry col lege, is in the city. Miss Edith Henderson has accept ed a position as assistant teacher at the Mount Pleasant school, this coun ty, and will take charge this week. Miss Sue Dean, who spent Sunday in Newberry with her aunt, Miss S. L Holland, returned to Winnsboro yesterday. Mr. Henry D. Adams has gone to Columbus; Ga., to accept a position with the Georgia Coffin Manufactur ing company. Miss Clara Pearson, who has been, in Newberry on a visit to her sister, Miss Allie Pearson, returned yester day to the Columbia Female college. Judge J. Y. Culbreath has gone to Atlanta for speci...

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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. — 2 December 1904

VOL. XL. NO. 117. NEWBERRY. S. C.. FRIDAY DECEMBER 2, 1904. TWICE A WEEK, S1.50 A YEAR RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR. Japanese, It Is Stated, Have Port Arthur All But in Their Grasp. Tokio, December 1.-The Japan -ese have Port Arthur all but in their grasp. The taking of "203 Metre Hill" is the most decided step toward the final occupation of the Russian stronghold since the outer lines of the fortresses were taken 'by assault. This eminence, which is near Port Arthur itself, is the highest point in that direction, and from its summit the Japanese can sweep every inch of the harbor as well as every posi tion outside of Liao Tishan and the Tiger Tail. As' a result it is generally believed that the news will shortly be re ceived of the final demolition of the remaining Russian yessels in the har bor by the heavy calibre guns which the Japanese have mounted on the hill. ,Stoessel will undoubtedly retire to ward Liao Tishan. There is a pos sibility, however, that the Japanese will be able to cut o...

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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. — 2 December 1904

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Throughout the World. The Japanese diet was formally opened on Wednesday, when the Mikado delivered his address from the throne. The Mikado expressed his great satisfaction that his forces had been successful in every impor tant battle. He also expressed joy in the loving confidence of his sub jects. Ten fishing vessels owned in East port, Maine, were seized by the Can adian fisheries protective cruiser Cur lew, near St. George, N. B. One man was killed and fourteer passengers were bruised and injured in a Bellefontaine, St. Louis. streel car which became unmanageabl< while running on a down grade, or Tuesday, and was overturned. Frederick Meier is in jail in Aber deen, S. D., charged with the murdei of his wife, whom he is alleged tc have stabbed .to death with a jack knife. Mrs. Margaret Keeler was founc murdered at her home in New York on Monday. Her head had beei crushed in with a coupling pin. One of the serious e...

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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. — 2 December 1904

HINDIPO RESTORESVITAUTn Z Madea Well Man THE of Me. GREAT .sorie - RENCH RZEMErY produces the above resu in 30 days. ae'.sNeerous Debility Impotenc Varicocele, Faihng Aemory. Stops all drains an iosses caused by errcrs of youth. It wards off It sanity and Consumption. Young Men regain Mat hood and Old Men recover Youthful Vigor. I gives vigor and size to shrunken organs, and fit a man for business or marriage. Easily carried i the vest pocket. Price 6 Boxes $2.c ty mail, in plain pack- SR; Sa e wit *1itten guarautec. DR. J 0P11arF BAPTIST CONFERENCE. Yesterday's Morning Session at Ches ter-New Pastors in the State. The state Baptist conference is noN in session in Chester, and will prob ably continue through Friday. A has been previously stated, Revs. G A. Wright and N. N. Burton, and Mi R. Y. Leavell are in attendance fron Newberry. The following accoun of yesterday's morning session ap pears in the Columbia State. At 9:30 this morning the secon session of the Baptist Ministers' co...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 2 December 1904

E. H. AULL. RDTOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2. The Spartanburg Journal is ad vising the people of Spartanburg to buy everything they can in their own town. "Our citizens, and especially our women," it says, "ought to buy everything they can in Spartanburg instead of sending off for it. Do not assume without investigating that you cannot get what you want here. We have no doubt that many a dollar has been sent to the great cities to make purchases when the identical articles could have been bought at a Spartanburg store for the same or less money, also saving the express charges. Money sent away from here never comes back, and the com munity is impoverished just to that extent. If you spend your money in Spartanburg you may have a chance to make it back some day." The Journal speaks truth and itF words are just as applicable in New berry as in Spartanburg. This is the same doctrine we have been preach ing for many years....

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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. — 2 December 1904

The ProsperitM THE NEWS OF PROSPERITY. The Sayings and Doings of the Peo ple of Newberry's Sister city. Prosperity, December I.-We would be glad to know where we could obtain a copy of Carroll's Col-,1 lections, 2 volumes. I would be pleased to at least get an opportunity to read Judge O'Neall's "Bench and Bar," and "The Foragers." by W. Gilmore Simms. Who will be so kind as to let me know whefe I can find any of the above works? Mrs. Scherer will address the Wo man's Missionary society of Bach man Chapel on Saturday, December 3, at 3 p. m., and at Mt. Olivet on Sunday morning. Don't forget the date. In reading the many notices of Col. Hugh S. Thompson's death and the men who were on the Hampton tick et it is sad to think that not one is left. As we think back to those stir ring times a picture comes in our mind's eye. it is night and a watch is set to keep the portals: The city is being sc-ured to find the truant member; the 121 holding a returning board's certificate. H1, is safe ...

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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. — 2 December 1904

COMPENSATION. All Things Are To Be Had If One Will Pay the Equivalent. Life consists almost entirely ol buying, selling, paying. There are no gifts, nothing that does not call for an equivalent. If we cannot pay for gifts in kind we must pay in gratitude or service or we shall rank as moral bankrupts. If I would have a good situation I must pay for it not only in labor, but in promptness, intelligence faith fulness and good manners. If I would have good service I must pay not only in money, but in considera tion. recognition, appreciation, fair ness. I can hold no one to me it I misuse him. All things are to be had for the buying. Would you have friends? Then pay the price. The price of friendship is to be worthy of friend ship. The price of glory is to do something glorious. The price of shame is to do something shameful. Friendship, glory, honor .admira tion, courage, infamy, contempt, hatred, are all in the market place for sale at a price. We are buying and selling these things ...

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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. — 2 December 1904

THE HAMPTON MONUMENT Sculptor Ruchstuhl's Preliminary Model Approved By the Com mission-The Inscriptions. Columbia. S. C.. November 29. Mr. F. Wellington Ruchstuhl. the talented American sculptor who was selected to make the equestrian statue of Wade Hampton, met with the commission on Tuesday and it wa! agreed that the work should be push ed along the lines suggested by Mr Ruchstuhl in his preliminary model The entire commission was present Senator C. S. McCall ,of Marlboro chairman, Senator J. Q. Marshall ol Richland, Col. Altamont Moses o Sumter, Hon. B. A. Morgan ol Greenville and Hon. E. M. Seabrool of Charleston. The contract was made agreeabl< to all parties on the assurance of Mr Ruchstuhl that his model is intendec merely to give a general suggestior as to the features. The horse upor which Gen. Hampton's figure i. mounted in the model was admired very much by the members of the comission and Gen. Hampton's pos ture in the saddle was approved. Mr Rushstuhl assured the co...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 2 December 1904

PURELY PERSONA,. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Dr. Van Smith was in Clinton on Tuesday. Miss Adeline Johnstone returned -to Converse college on Tuesday. The Rev. S. C. Ballentine. of White Rock, was in the city .on Wednesday. Mrs. -W. 0. Wilson is visiting iriends in Anderson. Sheriff Ouford- writes that he is hav *ng a great time at the St. Louis fair. Mrs. Albert Boyd is mak;ng an ex -tended visit with her parents, Chief and Mrs. C. W. Bishop. The new stone wall around the =onument square shows up nicely. It should be surmounted by a neat -iron fence. Misses Cora Dominick and Lizzie Glenn and Mrs. A. T. Brown spent several days in Orangeburg this rweek. 'Miss Sue Sterling, of the county, has gone to Comanche, Texas, where she will make her home with her brother. Dr. P. G. Ellisor. who is in Clinton, is slowly and gradually improving. Dr. Mayer is very much pleased with the progress his patient is making. Mr. Thomas P. Adams, and family, -o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 6 December 1904

JAq 4m4A VOL. XL. NO. 118. NEWBERRY. S. C., T-PUESDAY DECK\4BEM G, 1904, TWICE A WEE. S.0AYA ~E UTH E Hottest shots from U Goods Store. Don't wa selling over 700 pieces one hour longer, about goods. Don't tarry on they all wind their way dise is offered you for y than ever known beforE the fabrics, but only th( will fetch you and your watch the busy shoppei greatest value-giving st Prop yourself Boys! The Heavy 'Tis: Hitter and Price-Cutter has broken Brown, loose in The Cash Store. Jappe iooo vds. Broad Cloath, and 'tis sty- Suits; h lish too, the Si.oo value, 54 inches wide, cents y in Black, Blue, Grey, Tan and Garnet; Ice und one busy week offering Price, 59cts. yd. Shot imoo yds. Sponged and Shrunk Broad Cheape Cloth, the kind that's offered you all that sell over Newberry, at from $1.25 to $1.50 5 Boil yd. Buy it six long days, as much as 52 by 5. you want, 79 cts. yard. this wee 5oo-yds; $1.o Gilsey Suiting, 54inch- onle and es wide, and won't rub up to bring you 2 Bol rain o...

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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. — 6 December 1904

SENATOR TILLMAN TALKS. Touches Upon Political Future of the South and a Number of Other Questions. Columbia, S. C. Dec. 5.-When I Columbia, S. C., Dec. 3.-When I met him here by appointment as he was passing through Columbia on his way to Trenton Senator Tillman was in particularly good spirits and chatted pleasantly and entertainingly concerning the lessons taught by the results of the national election and the political future of the south. Though when he touched on certain phases of the negro question the cor ners of his mouth went down promptly and with marked energy, his eye flashed and his voice deepen ed into that tone of intense earnest ness for which he is so famous. Asked what he thought of the solid south and whether he saw any im mediate hope of breaking it, Senator Tillman declared with emphasis that the solid south would never be brok en as long as the Fifteenth amend ment is allowed to stand. "The south is solidly democratic, not in the broader sense that the term dem...

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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. — 6 December 1904

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Throughout the World. The state government of Nlexico and friends of President Diaz gave a supper and banquet in honor of General Joseph Wheeler on Friday night. The diplomatic corps and the American ambassador, its dean, were present and a large number of Amer ican capitalists. Ed. Htiey, colored, was hanged at Eldorado. Ark.. on Friday, for the murder of larshal Lawrence John son. The murder was committed while Marshal Johnson was trying to arrest the negro. An increased deficiency of 92.53 pel cent. over the previous year is shown by the financial statement for the pos tal service incorporated in the an nual report of E. C. Madden, the third assistant postmaster general, for the fiscal year ending June 30. 1904. The report shows, however, that the in crease in,expenditures is on account of the rural free delivery service. Were it not for :his extra expenditure the postal service would now be about self sustaining. A nu...

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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