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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 13 December 1904

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mr. C. E. Bell, of Augusta. spent Dyson. Mrs. J. D. Sheely, of Pumaria, spent Sunday with relatives in this city. The Rev. W. H. Greever. of Colum bia was in Newberry yesterday. Dr. R. C. Holland returned to -Charlotte yesterday. Dr. J. K. Gilder went to Columbia vesterday. Sunday in Newberry. Mrs. L. B. Ault spent Sunday in Mr. W. E. Merchant. of Jalapa, was in Ncwberry yesterday. Miss Bernice Todd has returned from an extended visit in Atlanta. Mrs. R. E. Leavell and son have re turned from a visit to relatives in Gaffney. Dr. James A. Z. Scherer filled the pulpit of the Dr. R. C. Holland, at Carlotte. on Sun'Lay. Dr. Holland being in Newberry. The Rev. Z. W. Bedenbaugh and Mr. A. H. Kohn. of Prosperity, were in Newberry yesterday in attendance upon a meeting of the executive com mittee of the Lutheran synod. Mrs. M. 0. J. Kreps. of Augusta, and Miss Greishaber of Columbia, who have been in Ne...

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. — 16 December 1904

VOL. XL. NO. 12 0 NEWBERRY. S. C.. FRIDAY DECEMBER 16, 1904.. TWICE A WEE] $.OAYA CREATED SENSATION. Remarks of Governor Vardaman at Cotton and Corn Carnival, in Jackson, Miss. Governor Vardaman made the -opening speech at the Cotton and Corn carnival, held in Jackson, Miss., this week, and after welcoming the visitors, branched off into politics and made a very sensational utter ance. In touchingbon the attitude that southern representatives should assume in the fight against the re duction of southern representation, the governor said: "And instead of going to the con gress of the United States and saying that there is no distinction made in Mississippi because of color or pre vious condition of servitude, tell the truth and say this: 'We tried for many years to live in Mississippi and share sovereignty and dominion with the negro and. we saw - our institu tions crumbling, we saw the public funds squandered, we saw the civili zation that our forefathers had fought away, and the la...

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. — 16 December 1904

BITE OF THE RATTLESNAKE. Backwood Remedies Endorsed By Science. New York Sun. Now and then science contirIns some of the old-wife medical super stitions of the backwoods. For in stance, the "yarb" doctor and old women of rattlesnake regions say that when a man gets over a rattle snake bite he has trouble in the wound every year afterward. Pathologists and toxicologists who have stutdied snake poisons agree that this is true, only the 'trouble d,esn't occur every year. It happens whenever the system gets out of or der. The explanation is simple. Snake poison has the effect of destroying tissue. Of course, it has the strong est effect in and about the wound where the poison, in its. course through the veins, has not ye: been diluted by 'the blood. Ever afterward that is a weak point in the system. Any little dis turbance in the blood tends to break out at that point of the wound. When this happens the old wives say that it is the poison working. It is not, of course. It is only the ex...

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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. — 16 December 1904

GIENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Throughout the World. The Alabama commissioner of ag riculture has issued a circular letter to the cotton growers of Alabama calling for a mass meeting in all the towns on Tuesday, January 10, to discuss the best way of disposing of the present crop now on hand and for concert of action in making new crop. Houston Bond, a clerk in a lead ing hotel of Nashville, has received a certified check from Evansville, Ind., for $10,ooo. Four years ago an old gentleman fell on the sidewalk in front of the hotel and severely in jured himself. Mr. Bond went to his assistance, lifted him from the ground and cared for him. The check which he has received is the sequel. Argument has begun in the su preme court of the United States in the case of Samuel M. Clyatt .vs. the United States, in which the court is called to,deal with the question of peonage. Clyatt is a resident of Georgia who, in i9o2, was convicted in the federal courts of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 16 December 1904

E. H. AULL. EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16. Interesting Tendencies. Says the Atlanta Journal, "So well pleased have the people of Leicester, England been with their experiments at municipalization in gas, electric light and water that they have re cently installed a complete electric railway system for their city. For the first six months of 1904, the net profits of the municipal gas works, according to the report of the American consul at Nottingham, were $iio,ooo; of. the electric light works $12.c5o and of the water works $44,ooo. "All this surplus," Mr. Mahin writes, "goes to reduce taxes or to benefit the public in other ways. Which is interesting a4d instruc tive. Upon the new electric railway sys tem the fare from one part of the city to another las been fixed at one penny, which is two cents American. A bill has just been introduced in congress to make street railway fares in the District of Columbia three c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 16 December 1904

To Per IACH Whic * Pami DWE SUG Pictures. The largest and most beautiful Stock we have -ever had. From 25 cents to $12.oo. 0 Mirrors. Can't be beat for the money. From 25 cents to $25.00. Sterling Silver. It will pay you to see our line be fore you buy. 0 Jewelry. + Watch-F9bs, Chai,ns, Collar Buttons, * Cuff Buttons, Shirt Buttons, Scarf * Pin%, Ladies Brooches, Hat Pins,. Watch Chains, Bracelets, and Rings. * Albums. A large stock.. Prices from 25 cents to $6.oo. Music Rolls. Best quality.. Prices from $1.oo t * $2.oo. * ~~Clocks. $.0t +* Gold-.Plated Clocks, from $.ot $xq.oo. 0 Ink Stands. + From 25 cents to $5.00. 0 Gold Pins. * Prices from $.25 to $6.oo. S Stationery. * The largest and most complete * stock ever brought to this town. Prices by box, from io cents to $3.00. * It is holid; M AYE ;ous Wh< RviST h Will De, ly and wil GEST THE Books. Our book department is complete. It consists of the following books: Gibson's Book and Calendar. Christy Calendars. Eugene Field's B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 16 December 1904

ELEPHANT AND LION HUNT. Chances of Finding Big Game in East Africa. -I regret that I cannot venture to -name the locality where the best shooting is to be had, for although I was told of some places which were bet:er than others, the information which I was able to pick up on a rap id tour was so incomplete that it might be misleading to put it on record. I will confine myself to saying that if I were a younger man I should certainly lose no time in making a soprting tour in east Af rica." says Sir Edward Buck in the Englishman. "The country has not been over shot yet, but every year will tend to make the game more shy. And I will add that I should be tempted to push on through Uganda to the Albert Lake and thence down the Nile to Egypt thus avoiding the long sea journey round by the Red sea. The road from Entebbe, at 'which place the traveler is landed by the Victoria Lake steamer, to the Albert Lake is a very good one, and the journey takes about eight days. At the lake a boat is ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 16 December 1904

WHAT IS A GENTLEMAN? Heavy Rap at the College Sport, and Good Hit all Around. Edith Sessions Tupper. 'hat is a gentleman? President Eliot of Harvard has recently given his formula. It strikes me as a very good one. There is no word in our language more abused that the "grand old term of gentleman." I will not even except "lady" -that much tortured v,rd. Emerson's definition of a gentle man is: "A man of good breeding. courtesy and kindness; hence a man distin guished for fine sense of honor, strict regard for his obligations and consid eration for the rights and feelings of others. The gentleman is a man of truth, lord of his own actions and expressing that lordship in his be havior," "A man of goor breeding." Yes., and yet I have known men who never had any breeding, who st:.g gled up some way; men who we-e poor and roughly dressed and who yet had all the instincts of a gen tleman; on the contrary. I have known men of family, of good breed ing, of position, who were unmiti gated lo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 16 December 1904

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Dr. J. P. Duckctt. formerly of thit city, now of Anderson. is in Newbei I'Miss Lillian Irby, who has beer visiting fr'ends in this city, returne< *to her home at Laurens yesterday George T. Bryan, of Greenville is in the city. Mr. M. A. Malone, of Columbia was in Newberry yesterday. Mr. J. M. Born, of Atlanta, is ir the city. Rev. W. L. Seabrook returned fron Columbia yesterday. VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT. Many Newberry Masons will b< -present at the meeting of the Po maria Lodge, at Peaks, on Saturday night, when the entered apprentices and fellow craftsmen's degree will b< conferred. A banquet will be held The Santa Claus company, unlim ited, has opened a branch office a the Corner Drug store. Gilder, Weeks & Hunter are the representatives o the cheerful old saint, and the lisi of gifts on exhibition is equal to tha formerly carried personally by Santa before he went into the trust busi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 20 December 1904

~4\~)%p~XN VOL. XL. NO. 121 NEWBERRY. S. C.. TrUESDAY DECE-MBER 20), 1904, TWICE A WIEE.S50AYR NEWS FROM PROSPERITY. Many Items of Interest Concerning The Doings of the People In Our Sister City. Rev. Mr. Kennedy, of Memphis, Tenn., preached in the A. R. P. church here Sunday afternoon. He is canvassing in the interest of the new church his synod is now build ing in Memphis. It is reported here that Mr. Ed. Merchant, of near Hartford, was mar ried to Miss "Tude" Minnick, of St. Lukes congregation. Mr. Lamar Dominick, of Chappells, was in town Saturday and Sunday. From the looks of things there will be "something doing" one of these days-and the bells will ring again. Our merchants are looking forward to a big trade this week. May their expectations be realized. Our little friend Keister -Hair had the misfortune to fall off a wagon and run one of the tines of a pitch fork through his arm. He is doing as nicely as could be expected. - Grace Sunday school will take an offering on the n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 20 December 1904

BLUFFING A MAN KILLER How Senator Stewart Faced a Neva da Desperado. Washington Post. "1 have never yet seen a desperado or man killer. who. if he thought an antagonist were ready for him with weapons equal to his own, would not back out of a fight." remarked Sena tor Stewart. of Nevada. "There was Sam Brown, the cham pion bad man of Nevada in the old days, who was dreaded by the clAml munity as the public here would dread the turning loose on the avenue of a Numidian lion. This Sam Brown was a giant. 6 feet. 4 inches high, 200 pounds avoirdupois, and as ferocious a looking man as ever mortal eye beheld. He looked more like a dangerous beast than a human being. Killing was his trade and one winter in Virginia City he slew sixteen men. Timid folk shuddered at sight of him. Knowing he was going to be pres ent at a lawsuit in which I had been retained by a client, whose interests were opposed to the desperado., I thought it best on the day of the trial to put a couple of old-fashioned ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 20 December 1904

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Throughout the World. A central organization of southern cvtton growers will be formed in New Orleans during January. Louis C. Reynolds, organizer of the Carnation league, suggests a special memorial exercise on the an niversary of the birth of the late President McKinley, on January 29. In New York, on Friday. an insane man stood on top of a snowheap, de void of clothing, and kept half a dozen policemen at bay. He was nnally captured. A successful operation was per formed last week on President Wo drow Wilson, of Princeton univer sity, at th*e Presbyterian hospital, in N ew York. At Portsmouth, Ohio, on Saturday, Effie Phipps was killed, and several women were injured by leaping from a window after an explosion in the Jiouse wherein they were at work. The appellate division of the New York supreme court has decided that injunction against organizing a strike cannot stand. Negotiations for the control of the Glass-Flint J...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 20 December 1904

E. H. AULL. EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20. The Forest Congress. Extensive arrangements are being made for an American Forest con gress, to be held at Washington, D. C., January 2-6, 1905. The congress will be under the auspices of the Ameri can Foresty association, of which the Hon. James Wilson, secretary of ag riculture, is president. The purpose of the congress, as announced in the official call, is "to establish a broad er understanding of the forest in its relation to the great industries de pending upon it; to advance the con servative use of the forest resources for both the present and future needs of the forest as a permanent resource of the nation." Following the an nouncement an exhaustive program is being arranged, which will make the congress by far the most notable event in the history of Americar, for esty. Some southern states are to be represented, but, as far as we know, no arrangement has been m...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 20 December 1904

*+*+*+.+.+.+ *+ Prices Cut to Never hee * Christmce + presente e day nee Every Day T 0T Jackets and CC# +3oo Ladies' Fine Jackets, 'black, tat -worth $6-.5o, $8 and $:o, your ch 2oo Ladies' Fiue Jackets, worth $5, your choice for any one in thi 3Loo Ladies' fine Plush and ClothI $2 anud $2-5o, take-your choice 2po Ladies fine Plush and Cloth. $3. $ and.5, take your choc zoo Misses and Children's Jackets, 14., at F irst Cost, IF you want a nice Cloak or Cape, chance of a life time. * ooPLaceutis, ut t-2yad spcilfohiNeer ony98c spcilfohris tmly$r3 ro ageWie prent, * Jotaceta ndeChisCa . 300 - Ladisriegakis ak a a Point Where Bu tve you had offered : Ls Bargains. No su d as this, take adva ds from MIMNALT( his Week Will b ipes. iand castor, oice for $5.o0 ;3.50, $4 and e pile for $2.49 Capes, worth / for 98 cents Capes, worth . . er only $2.49 size from 8to now is yourr c frt ine S uit orO Prets. litl Ony $e50 CTru ns from~ |MtNI Presentlitle money8W, IL 4J 4M M ving is Absolutely you ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 20 December 1904

Ben Tillman's Gentle Side. Joe Mitchell Chapple in Nationai Magazinle. it is interesting to note how differ ent many public men are from the popular impression of them which exists. The public picks out one characteristic and makes a figure of that, not considering the many other points in man's makeup. There is Senator Tillman, perhaps as fierce looking a man as ever shook finger across the aisles of the senate cham ber, whose rasping voice and biting sarcasms are as cutting as the win ter winds. To many people this man seems acid to a degree on first acquaintance, yet when I tell you that few men are possessed of a more kindly and sweet disposition, you a will be listening to the plain truth. Would you ever think that this man, who won his epaulettes in a war of bitter words, is passioiaEely fond of 4 a.vrs. and that every moment he can snatch from his duties is given to the care and nurture o plants of various kinds? Would 3 ou believe that this man, in the very thickest of the b...

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 December 1904

THE Once again with all time has almost reac How different this mE ington and our forefa The country has be valuable time left. Bet it is too late. We hav paper, and thousanc still going, wafted to t of Foreign and Donf 'Tis going on today, Christmas eve. The The Hitch old Bill to the Two-Horse sold, let them bring what they may one and all, a merry Christmas. V mighty week of Christmas selling. shopping at, 'tis THE CASH STOF Dress Gocds! Dress Nods! 85c. Ti Fine Dress Goods have melted away, bolt, bolt after bolt, like the driven snow. weel Thousands of yards have given us the good bye glance as tney left our door to Cal adorn the beautiful maids and mothers of our State. Fine Broadcloth, $1.25, $t.5o kind, S goes till 0x~istmas day at 85c. yd. &Fine Broadcloth, $ioo kind, goes till Christmas day at 59c. yd. N4 For every want in Dry Good. A HINT TD- CHRISTMAS B Desiring to eclipse all former se selling our immense stock of Chr Holiday Goods at lowest prices, an tention to the ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 20 December 1904

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Miss Gussie Kibler, of Atlanta, for merly of this city, is in Newberry for the holidays. Mr. Charles P. Pelham is in th( city. He has made a practically complete recovery from his recent ac cident. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Eddy speni Sunday with relatives in Jalapa. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Galloway and son, of Columbia, are visiting rela tives in Newberry. Miss Louisa McIntosh, of Darling ton, is visiting friends and relatives in the city. Mr. Thomas H. Pope, who is studying medicine in Charleston, is home for the holidays. Mr. Thos. Graham. of Columbia, is visiting relatives in the city. Stenographer J. C. Tadlock, of Co lumbia. was in Newberry on Satur day. Miss Jeanne Pelham. who is at tending the Presbyterian college in Columbia, is home for vacation. Dr. David L. Boozer is in Newber rv. He has been in Columbia for several months past. VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT. The good people of the West End Baptist churc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 23 December 1904

VOL. XL NO. 122 NEWBERRY. S. ., FRIDAY DECEMBER 23, 1904, TWICE A WEEK, S1.50 A YEAR NEWS FROM PROSPERITY. Many Items of Interest Concerning The Doings of the People In Our Sister City. I had not intended to write another letter until the next year, but owing to some fearful blunders made in my article of Tuesday, I must write to correct some of them ere I lose my -Alp. In speaking of the peppers, we said we never saw so many on one, bush and you made me say bust. We also said banqtet and you printed it bouquet. The Jolly Dozcn have the bouquet business in hand and I dare not intrude. Don't you see the danger, you are placing me in ? We said the Visitor said "it is the fullest crop I ever saw." You print -ed it "say." We also said Mr. Jas. Waits and not Watts had moved. Does the proximity of the holidays have any thing to do with it? Death has cast in his reaper and we have lost two of our oldest citizens. Tl4is is a reminder that this reaper comes once to all and there is no escape...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 23 December 1904

INSURANCE COMPROMISE. Mrs. Lenora Van Telberg-Hofman, 5 Formerly of Newberry, Re ceives $1,ooo From Wood men of World. Mrs. Lenora G. Van Telberg-Hof man, widow of the late Dr. Van Tel berg-Hofiman. of Sumtc. has re ceived the sum of one thousand dol lars from the \oodmen of the World. of which organization her husband was a member. Mrs. Van Telberg-Hofman was formerly Miss Lenora Russell, of Newberry. She removed to Sumter about fifteen years ago, where she later was mar ried to her late husband. The fol lowing report of the settlement is from the Sumter Item: Mr. R. S. Hood, secretary and treasurer of Hollywood Camp, Woodmen of the World, of which the late Dr. Van Telberg-Hofman was a member, has received a letter from Mr. C. K. Erwin, one of the sovereign managers of the order, in forming him that the officials of the order have, upon his recommendation decided to pay Mrs. Lenora Van Tel berg-Hofman, the widow of the late Dr. P. G. T. Van Telberg-Hofman $1,ooo in full settlement ...

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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 December 1904

MERRY CHRISTMAS TRADE. C( The Happy Thronging Crowds, Ani-. Mated SLoppers, And the Lovely Gifts. to No man with - ii bis hed an., the least vestige oI a soul to be i thrilled into jOyV 'ns and responsive ha exciteient can mingle with tle be crowds which tlstag the streets :iwl ta stores of Newberry without feeling M in h:s ri : brae a spitaneouS and s happy exhileration v;iIch only con-es ea at the Christmas time. The anima- th ted faces, the handsomely decorated sa stores, the rush and hurry of hcli- i day trade, all contribute to the g Pn- p eral feeling of happiness which per- sa vades the air. Perhaps there has never been such a display of Christ- is mas gits as is this year exhibited pr for :the choice of the purchaser. Whether it is that everybody is pros- a perous, in spite of the fall in the price St of cotton, or whether the merchants gr have determined from past experi- ca ence that variety and quantity of ed goods increase the sales. can not be h said, bit the array of w...

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