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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 23 December 1904

THE NEW ADMINISTRATION. Subordinate Officers Present Retiring Mayor With Beautiful Token Of Esteem. The oath of office was administer ed to the newly elected mayor and aldermen hv Clerk of the Court J. C. Goggans at eleven o'clock on Ved niedaV. The inauguration was held in the city council chamber. Before the oath was administered City Atorney Cole. L. Blease, on behalf of the under-officers of the town. paid an eloquent and sincere tribute to Ex-Mayor Jno. W. Ear hardt and the outgoing administra tion, presenting Mr. Earhardt with a magnificent gold watch, on behalf of the under-officers, as a token of ap preciation and high esteem. He said in part: "In parting from those who have served so faithfully during the past administration, it has been allotted me to say something on behalf of those who have labored under that administra:ion as sub-officers. In doing so it is permitted me to say that every man,. from the highest to the lowest, has discharged his duty and done it well. Whe...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 23 December 1904

TO IMPEACH SWAYNE. Proceedings -First of Their Kind Since Impeachment of Belknap, of Grant's Cabinet. \Vashington, December 14.-Sitting as a grand jury, the house of repre sentatives vesterday. with almost full membership and after more than five hours' discussion to the exclusion of all other business. adopted a resolu tion providing for the impeachment of Judge Charles Swayne of the nor:h-:rn district of Florida, for "high crimes and misdemeanors." The case against the respondent was clearly set out by Mr. Palmer. of Pennsylvania, chairman of the sub committee of the judiciary commit tee. which heard the evidence in the case. He carefully dissected the evi dence bearing on each of the speci fications. and said that if it wer. found that Judge Swayne had done well he should be vindicated, but if ~he had done ill he should be sent to trial "where his excuses or apologies may or may not receive considera tion." He was followed by Messrs. Clayton, of Alabama, Powers, of Massachusetts,...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 23 December 1904

E. 1. AULL. EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C.. as second class matter. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23. Presi,dential Timber. Now that the smoke of political battle has rolled away and things have settled down to their accus tomed quiet, it is found that the re cent "landslide," "tidal wave," "dis astrous defeat," etc., etc., before which the democratic party went down in November was not so veryl "disastrous" after all. In the words of the Literary Digest, "a luxuriant growth of democratic presidential timber was seen rising majestically above the waters of the republican deluge." Prospects are not nearly so sombre as many good democrats at first believed. Five sta,es which choose Roosevelt electors were cap tured by democratic candidates for governor, a result that even at the time startled the newspapers and set them talking about the causes of this interesting result. In Massachu setts 'William L. Douglass, despite a Roosevelt plurality of 86,ooo, rolled up a plurality o...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 23 December 1904

METHODIST APPOINTMENTS. Bishop W4son, At Conference in Darlington, Announces Ap pointments For 1905 Darlington. December 19.-Fol lowing are the appointments of the M. !. Church, South. for 1905: Charleston District-H. V. Bays, prcSidin-g elder: Allendale, W. C. Kirkland; Beaufort, G. P. XVatson; Bethel Circuit. W. H. Thrower; Black Swamp. G. F. Clarkson, Char leston City; Trinity, C. B. Smith; Bethel, M. L. Carlisle; Spring Street, P. L. Kirton; Cumberland, J. W. Speak; Mt. Pleasant, I. C. Carson; Cordesville, W. R. Buchanan; Cy press, C. W. Burgess; Dorchester, W. T. Bedenbaugh; Ehrhardt, T. L. Bel vin; Crover, S. C. Morrih; Hampton, G. R. Shaffer; Harleyville and Indiar Fields, W. S. Goodwin; Henderson ville, J. E. Peeler; McClellanville, W T. Patrick; Pinopolis, W. E. Barre; Port Royal, L. D. Gillespie; Ridge land, W. H. Murray;' Ridgeville, H. C. Mouzon; Round 0, H. P. Hudson; St. George, W. S. Stokes; Summer ville, J. L. Daniel; Walterboro, Hen ry Stokes; Young's Island, W. A W...

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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. — 23 December 1904

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mrs. Mary F. Norris, of Anderson, is visiting Mrs. F. J. Fant. Mr. Pearl Rikard, formerly of this city, now of Georgia, is in Newberry. Mr. C. E. Bell, of Augusta, is spending Christmas in Newberry. Miss Lucia Dean is spending the holidays at her home in Greenville. Col. J. A. Summersett, of Colum bia, was in Newberry on W.ednesday. Miss Allie Pearson will -spend Christmas at her home in Bennet-s ville. Ir. WNhite Fant is home from Bal timore. Mr. William White is spending his vacation at Marietta. Ga. Miss 11len Goggans arriver to day from Laurens. Miss Mabel Tarrant went to Bates burg on Thursday. Mr. Luther Hill. of Washington. will be home this week. Mr. J. W\. llipp, of Clinton. is spending Christmas in Newberry. Miss Adline johns-.one is home from .Converse college for vacation. Miss Marguerite Cromer, who is teaching school at Sumter, is expect ed home on Saturday. Mrs. M. A. HIuiet visit...

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. — 30 December 1904

VC VOL. XL. NO. 124 NEWBERRY, S. C., FRIDAY DLECEMBER 30, 1904, TWICE A WEEK, SI1.50 A YEA R PROSPERITY NEWS. The Coming and Going of the Peo ple of a Live and Progres sive Town. Prosperity, December 29.-Mr. E. W. Werts will leave the Prosperity Stock company January ist, and will be found with Messrs Hawkins Bros. as chief bookkeeper. Mr. Werts-has been the efficient bookkeeper and collector for the Prosperity Stock company for the pa.s: six years. Mr. Raymond Fellers. with Mr. Gist, cotton buyer at Newberry, is at home for the holidays. He is relieving Dr. Reames of the Pros perity Drug company this week. Miss A. M. Bedenbaugh has been spending the Christmas holidays in town with friends. Among the students who have been away to school we note: Cadet Cecil Wvche, of the Citadel: Cadet E. S. Kohn, of Clemson; and Messrs. Geo. Harmon, Jno. P. Wise. Bushnell Bowers, Oscar Simpson, of Newber ry college. Mr. J. h,man Werts, of the force of The Herald and News. has been at home for a go...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 30 December 1904

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More o-- Less Interest Con densed ir :cout the Vor*d cr5 t hhI :xNc'x " January 24-26. Josiah Fiuarney. f C 'lumb>. Ga.. has been iniforned that the 'vern ment of Venezuela has taken a part of his property located in that coun try. He will apocal to the Ameri can government for protection. Emperor Nicholas' long-expected reform ukase has been issued at last. He promises to the people of Russia self-government, of a kind, work men's insurance, liberty of the press, and full legal trial to all accused of crime or violation of law. For a portion of the week New York harbor has been enveloped in a dense fog which has no: yet entirely lifted. Business was partially sus pended and at one time there was a wild panic caused by the collision of two ferry boats on the Hudson river. United States officers have filed a petition in the district court of St. Paul, Minn., to enjoin the General Paper company. The petition claims that as the result of the organization...

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. — 30 December 1904

THE FARM ANIMALS. Of South Carolina, Their Number And Value. The bureau of actual industry, of the department of agriculture, has just issued its twentieth annual report and it contains some interesting figures relative to the number of farm animals in South Carolina, together with the values and average price per head of the various kinds of animals. The number of horses in South Carolina, according to the bureau of animal industry, is 73,991. The value of all these is placed at $6,262,252, and the average price per head for horses in South Carolina $84.64, which is a good average. There are only a few of the states which show a higher value per head. South Carolina stands tenth in the United States in this respect. The horses of New Jer sey are the most valuable, the aver age of the whole country is $67.93. South Carolina is one of the wealthiest states in the union in re gard to mules. There are 105,537 mules in the state. Only ten states have a larger number. The state which has...

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. — 30 December 1904

E. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New W -Ierry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY, DECEMBER o. The Old and the New. This issue of The Herald and News closes another volume of this paper ard brings us to the end of another year, The record is made and the book is closed. What is writ is writ and what is done is done. In many respects it has been a prosperous year for the south and un til the recent slump in the price of cotton the southern farmer was more hopeful than he had been in many years. A great many of them dis posed of the greater portion of their crop before it went off so much, but there were those who held for higher prices. The crop was better in this section than it promised during the dry summer and there was never a finer fall for gathering. But from 10 1-2 to 6 1-2 is a big fall in. price. We can't help from thinking that the estimates of the crop are too large, but we have never undertaken to ad vise the farmers as to cotton except to say that we ...

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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. — 30 December 1904

DEATH OF MR. BUNDRICK. The Oldest Man in the Pomaria Sec tion-Knew the Town of New berry in Her Infancy. Mr. Alfred Bundrick, the oldest man in ihe Pomaria community, de parted this life December 20th. When quite a young man, having the carpenter trade in view. he became an apprentice under W. R. Lane. He was busily engaged at this trade for a number of years, until he was no longer able to follow it, owing to en feebled condition of his health, meet ing with much success. His work in this particular was always good and substantial. In connection with his trade he also farmed. When quite a young man he was married to Miss Ann Riser, who still survives him. In i895, he and his wife celebrated their "golden wedding" and had he lived a few )nths longer they would have been together sixty years. Three years ago he sold his home to Mr. John Ringer and since that time he and his wife have been living with their chil dren-Messrs. Will, George, Charlie and Mrs. John Leitzsey. He knew Newber...

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. — 30 December 1904

6 TO DOUBLE THE SALARIES. Congrssmen $1o,ooo a Year and the President $100,000. Baltimore American. It is stated that a number of mem bers of congress will undertake at the first session of the fifty-ninth con gress to raise their salaries from $5,ooo to $io,ooo a year. The plea for doubling their pay is the claim that a member of congress cannot live on $5,ooo a year in Washington. In order to gain support the gentle men who are "promoting" the plan intend to include the president in the measure. His salary too, is to be doubled-from $o,oo to $100,000 a year-and the vice-president is to get $20,ooo. The gentlemen who may undertake the delicate business this time have taken counsel of experience. The bill will provide that the congrLss which enacts the law shall not benefit by it. I Thus, if the next congress shall raise all salaries by doubling them, the increase shall not go into effect until the following congress, that is to say, March 4, 1907. To men who must manage to live on ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 30 December 1904

AN OKLAHOMA SOCIETY. What It Has Done For the Terri tory's Morals. Guthrie Letter to Dallas News. In the two terrto ries, hoon to be united as one state under the name of Oklahoma. the Anti-Horse Thief association has grown in ntmbers and importance inore than in any other state 'in the union. and todayi' James S. Kirkwood. or Guthrie. ,r the head of an army of i1,ooo mep all residents of Oklahoma and Ind~n Territory. each man of whom is sub ject to immediate service at an time to take the trail and aid, in te cap ture, at lease, of the f-sti e horse thief. 4 With the advance of civilization across the western prairies the horse thief and his band have been buffeted and beaten until the 'id fair to take their place in obsg r.q with the buf falo, deer an( anti e. Instead of the vast expai of prairie which afforded amplf enue of etcape for the horse thi- and his gang of ma rauders, the plains are now: dotted with towns. in each of which is lo cated a telf;graph instiument, a device wh...

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. — 30 December 1904

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many Peopl, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mr. J. H. M. Kinard spent Chris1 mas with relatives in Augusta. Dr. R. M. Kennedy spent Chris1 mas with relatives in Yorkville. Miss Alice Jones spent a portion c the holidays in Ridge Springs. Mrs. T. K. Elliott. of Winnsboro, i visiting friends in the city. Mrs. J. T. Alexander, of Columbi is visiting Miss Lulie Hunt. Dr. A. T. Roach, of Mobile, Ala is visiting friends in the city. Dr. 0. B. Mayer and family are i Laurens. Miss Ruby Holloway visited friend in Columbia this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Norwood an, children spent Christmas at Bethun .Mrs. M. B. Cofield, of Columbia, i visi.ting the family of Mr. S. B. Jone; Miss Sally May Burton is visitini friends in Greenwood. Mrs. Jno. A. Eddy is visiting rela tives in Pomaria. Mr. Robert A. Welch, of Houstor Texas, is home for the holidays. Mr. J. Guy Daniels. is spending; few days in Ncrth Carolina. Professor Curtis A. Fellers, of In man, is in ...

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. — 3 January 1905

VOL. XLI. NO. 125 NEWBERRY. S. C.. TUESDAY JANUARY 3, 19Q4 TWICE A WEEK, $1.50 A YEAR FIFTY YEARS AGO. Reminiscences of Schoolboy Days in The Newberry of the Past-The Old Bush River School. Written for The Herald and News. Somewhere in the fifties. be:ween thle Vears nitv-three and fiftv-seven. Mr. Villiam Reeder, an estimable cit:zen, an excellent. though austere school-mas:ter, taught school at Bush River Baptist church. 'Mr. Bennet Wa.lace. _lr. Tohn Satterwhi.e. Capt. A-a Davis and Capt. Bela Mangum were tne trustees. The oldest and largest boys in school were Wash Johnson. Weslev Pitts, Charlie Dav enport, and your humble scribe. In those good old ante-bellam days it was customary for the scholars, about the first of July. to :urn their teachers out, that is force them, if 1 necessary, to treat the school and give j them a short va,cation. This was t done in various ways. The last re- t sort was to seize the teacher, carry I him to some stream or pool of water. and if he would ...

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. — 3 January 1905

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. i Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Throughout the World. The Cinc1nnati cianber of com1 merce has electe. Secretary Taft a life member. This honor is rarely conferredl. The latest devlc1pmens seeni to give color to the statement that Mrs. Chadwick's defense will be the plea of insanity. The entire Roumanian Ministry has resigned in consequence of the resignations of the ministers of fi nance and of domains. A summary of the operations of the treasury department during' the calendar year just ended shows of deficit of $22,ooo,ooo, due to the Pan ama canal purchase. The Russian foreign office insists that Admiral Kaznak,)ff's retirement from the international commission of inquiry into the North Sea incident is due solely to his poor health. Two members of an international: gang which for several years has been conducting extensive forgeries in five-pound Bank of England notes were arrested in London. The striking mill operatives at Fall River, Mass..have ...

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. — 3 January 1905

WATSON'S WORK. Comissioner of Immigration Makes His First Annual Report. Commissioner of Immigra:ion Watson on December 22nd, turned over to the printer his annual report of the work done in his department in the nine months since the gov ernor filled the office created by the general assembly. As yet it is impos sible to give figures. Immigrants are arriving every day and the totals will not be included in the report until the last day of the year. A letter was received on the 22nd stating that 21 were expected to arrive here on Christias eve, coming direc: from Scotland. In the past three days about 30 have arrived and at least 5o more are expected. The report, however, shows that the work is an increase bi two-thirds over the work of the 4ta:e of Alaryland in i months up to the time when the 'appropriation in that state was increased to $50,0001 annually. Commissioner Watson says that he is perfectly satisfied with the work, es pecially the movement in regard to immigration which...

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. — 3 January 1905

E. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. TUESDAY, JANUARY 3 1905 Compulsory Vaccination. The city board of health has done the right thing in ordering compul sory vaccination. The thing to do is to see that the order is carried out. We have no doubt this will be done. It is strange that it should be neces sary to force any one to do that which is for his good. It is true that vaccination is a preventive and it is also true that we have smallpox in our midst. Then why not stamp it out and prevent its spread by vaccina tion. Only the other day we read where there were thirty or forty cases of smallpox among the white citizens of a town in this state and that the disease had spread and was spreading because the proper officers had taken no steps to enforce vaccina tion, or to isolate those who had the disease. Smallpox has been in the state for the past eight years and it could be stamped out by vaccination. It should be done. The board...

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. — 3 January 1905

LI904 Ii I did the Dr Last Yea 1905 or We mean to maki retail bargains of with a determina1 Its is a part of M * "so FairP * + Calicoes! Calicoe 100 pieces Standard Prints worth 5c. For .100 ' " Simpson's Me ners American and all other standard Cali week 4c. the yard. 1 case standard Percales in all the n styles, worth and sells everywhere at 10 4 For this big sale 6 1-2c. 50 pieces Flanneletts, French Flannel T) and. dark colors, not a yard in the lot wor 10'apd 12 1-2c.,.take your choice for 7 : * 1 case Ouiting; never sold in town-evc * naugh-for less than 10Oc. yd., take your < 6o odd pieces for only 7 1-2c. the yd. * I case duting, worth the world over.8 1 * sale4l1-2c. the yard. * 2 Bales River Side Plaids, worth in othe SMimnaugh's price 5c. yd. + A Few Quick Stepp * A. C. A. Feather Ticking worth 15 and * stores, to go at 11 1-2c. 5 bales celebrated Sea Isiand, worth * this sale 4 3-4c. * 1 case Androscoggin Bleaching 15 yd.s Only one dollar's worth to each customer. Mini...

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. — 3 January 1905

NEWBERRY DANCES. The Delightful Affair of .the German Club Thursday Evening, Fol lowed by Young Gentlemen Friday Evening. One of the most charming dances ever given by the Newberry German club was held in the a-mory on Thursday night. December 29. The weather was perfect and all the young people seemed to be imbued with the real holiday spirit of gay ety. The Columbia orchestra fur nished superb music for the occasion, Harmony was sweet and thrilling wlile the rhythm was perfect. The affair was a marked success through out. The german was led by Mr. G. F. Vearn. with Miss Bessie Gilder. I Those present were: Miss Bessie Gilder. with Mr. G. F. Wearn: Miss Pauline Gilder. with "Mr. Thad. Coleman. of Whitmire; 'iss Maud Fant. w.ith Mr. H .T. Ren vick: Miss Ellie luiet. wi:h Dr. W. F. Eberhardt: Miss Lillian Fitzmanur ice, of Columbia. with Mr. T. K. Boozer: Miss Thyra Schumpert. with Mr. F. H. Dominick: Miss Laura Bowman with Mr. K. W. Jones; Miss Bessie Simmons, with Dr. J. G. Mc Mast...

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. — 3 January 1905

SUPERVISOR'S REPORT. The quarterly report of Supervisor for quarter ending December 31. 1904. 838 W. C. Sligh, mag sal ..$ 9 00 839 A. A. Sligh, con sal . . 9 00 840 R. t. I.iVingstone, pa-per 4 00 84T Geo. Clark. C. 11. ex .. .. o 842 S. G. Carter. chng .. .. 10 oo 843 G. S. Noland. C. H1. ex . zo 844 jas. Derrick, Erry .. .. 12 00 845 11. 0. Long, r & b o 86 846 E. S. Werts. sal .. .. .. 54 16 847' E. S. Werts, of ex .....-.2 00 848 Price Suber. corn tax .. . 2 50 849 R. M. Taylor, com tax . 3 00 850 J. L. Epps, jury & wit .167 55 851 E. P. Lake, corn tax .....8 oo 852 V. F. Koon, com tax . 3 00 853 T. W. Smith, Co. -phys ... 25 00 854 S. P. McCrackin. r & b .2C5 25 855 S. P. McCrackin, r & b .. ig oo 856 S. Pope, lunacy .. .. ... o 00 857 J. T. Crisp, pauper .. .. 6 oo 858 Geo. Clark, C. H. ex . -. 2 50 858 E. K. Bedenbaugh, con sal 24 oo 859 B. B. Hair, mag sal .. .. 24 00 86o G. W. Sheely, corn tax .. i ou 862 E. S. Werts. sal ...-.-54 17 861 J. R. Senn, com tax...

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