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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 3 January 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Miss Adeline Johnstone, who has been spending vacation in Newberry, returned to Converse college today. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Eidson, who have been visiting with Dr. S. G. Welch, have returned to their home at Johnston. Miss Mary Lou Bowers, who has been spending vacation with her par ents in Helena. returned yesterday to her school in Pomaria. Mr. T. K. Eliott. of Clemson. wh~o has been visiting the family of Mr. T. W. M. Simmons. returned to col lege yesterday. Miss Lois Goggans has returned to the Presbyterian cillege at Charlotte. Miss Estelle Aull. who has been vis. ing 3!''e He.cn Grogans. has gone to Irn reZ-1meC her chool tea ch ing \Ir. A. D. (Gary n- Laurenz, I. in the city Mr. P-rry Simpson. of Prosperity, has been hpen ins vacation in Newberry. Miss Tocoa Cai-e. of Laurens. is visiting friends in Newberry. Mr. W. J. Holloway. of Green wood, spent Sunday in the city. Miss.Susie Summer....

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. — 6 January 1905

~, ,Z9~416 U. VOL.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ XII.N.-1NWER.S . RDA AUR ?i,-.TI( -A LEGISLATIVE DELEGATION. Newberry In the General Assembly -Senator Cole. L. Blease,*Rep resentatives '. W. Higgins, J. W. Earhardt, J. M. Taylor. The general assembly of the state of South Carolina will convene, in Columbia, on Tuesday, January ro, at twelve o'clock. Newberry coun ty will be represented by the men whose lives are briefly sketched and presented below. 6 Cole. L. Blease. Cole. L. Blease, son of Henry H., and Mary A. Blease, was born in Newberry county thirty-six years ago. He attended the different schools in the city and Newberry college; graduated at the George town Law School at Washington, D. C., in i889, and was admitted to practice before the supreme court of the District of Columbia in May of the same year, and before the su preme court of South Carolina a few days later, and before thz supreme court of the United States in March, 1893. He entered politics in i8go, when he was elected to t...

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. — 6 January 1905

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Inerest Con densed Throughout the World. Senator Fulton. of Oregon, an other senators, express much surpris at the recent indictment of Senator Mitchell and Hermann. The affai is causing co ,siderable discussion i: political circles at Washir gtonl. Three alleged bank :obbers wh were arrested ihis week in New Yor city are supposed to be the leader of the gang wh~ch h:>, ca.ed s much recent trouble. It is said tha one of !he nimber is w- d i South Carolina. The application for a writ of erro and the record in the case of Ex-May or McCue convicted of w4e-nuirde at Charlottesville on Novembe: is WerC ecCived by tf-I supreme e1 i ' appeals at Richmond on Tuesda The record is extremely voluminou1 making over one thousand pages. It is probable that the .iani 1n pcachmept case will be 17 the house 1ext week. ani qn C\en( e dli;custion is ctxpCed. t2 eral -,pointed itanagers hav, tin far been r,,vable to agr-:e uj'n : number and the forms oi the ...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 6 January 1905

Make Your Own Ice Cream. There has just been placed in all the grocery stores, a zw preparation ca! !d Jel-O Ice Cream POWDER which is meeting with great favor, as it enables everyone to make ice cream in their own home with verylittletrouble. Everythingin the packagefor mak ing two quarts of delicious ice cream. If your grocer can't supplyyousend25c.for two pkgs. by mail. Van illa,Chocola Strawberry and Unflavored. Address, The Genesee Food Co., Box 295, Le Roy, N.Y. A GOOD WOMAN'S DEATH. Editor Hugh Wilson Pays Deserved Tribute to Judge and Mrs. J. M. Crosson With Whom He Lived Nearly Half Century Ago. The following. taken from a recent issue of the Abbeville Press and Ban ner, will be read with interest by many people in Newberry: From the Houston, Texas Post, the Press and Banner copies the follow ing modest notice of the life, char acter, and death of Mrs. Crosson, the beloved wife of J..dge James M. Cros son, formerly of Newberry, S. C. A friend in the Post says: "Mrs. Helen C...

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. — 6 January 1905

E. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at N!w berry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY, JANUARY 6. A Georgia Idea. Regularly as the clocks of the house and s,nate at Washington be gin to tick for the assembling of congress some statesman boldly .challenges the good sense of our for bears in the fixing of certain dates for important occurrences. Most in evidence at this session was a bill introduced by Representative Leoni *das Felix Livingston, of Georgia, veteran as a farmer and as state and national lawmaker, now rounding out his fourteenth year in the house. Mr. Livingston's bill provides for -*elections in September in stead of No vember and for the assembling of congress in the same month. His argument for the earlier meetings of congrcss is that when the body as sembles the first week in December little or nothing is accomplished be fore the holidays, which involve an interrupti6n of nearly two weeks. In relation to the earlier election the Georgia statesman seems t...

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. — 6 January 1905

We desire to tha * and prosperous N * is deeply apprecia for our own. We take their subscril We guarantee all Axe * say. Now is the time I at all prices. They will r*ernts and get rid of as Car-load Barb Wire C County agents for Pe: We claim that the farmer here, VERY MUCH HER not exceeding $5,ooo -- 15 00 Contractors or builders for contracts over $5,000 -. . 25 00 Commission merchants or commission brokers, each or each firm and for each place of business .. .. .. . 25 00 Cotton mills or factories, for each $5o,ooo, or fractional part thereof of its capital stock .............. 12 50 Cotton seed oil mills ...-.-.50 00 . Cotton seed oil mills that manufacture fertilizers .. . 60 00 Cotton gin and press, I to 5 gins inclusive.. .. ..0...... 0 Cotton gin and press, over 5 gins, for'each additional gin over 5 -- ------.----.- . 00 Cotton buyer, for each place of business ............ 10 00 Cotton seed buyer .. .. .. .. 5 00 Cotton weigher . ..-.-.-.5 00 Conveyancer, drawing deeds, mor...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 6 January 1905

V .'OUTH CAROLINA RESOURCES Annual Report of State Geologist VariedMineral Wealth Being Explored-Valuable New Finds. Mr. Earle Sloan. state geologist, has filed with the governor his re port for the year 1904. The report is technical in its nature but contains much interesting matter. Two months were devoted to the exploration of territory adjacent to certain coastal rivers not heretofore fully treated. "There in connection with interest ing deposits of economic value." writes Mr. Sloan. "I discovered two formations. the equivalents of which have been recognized in but few lo calities in the United States.' These are marls. one of the oligocene pe'riod and the cocene pcriod. The former is on the Savannah river and the latter on the Black at its confl-uence with the Black Mingo. "The most promising work, how ever," writes Mr. Sloan. "consisted in the discovery of phosp1hate rock in the form of phosphatized marl, torn from the bed of the ocean by the waves and stranded along the beach...

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. — 6 January 1905

ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE CLERK AND TREAS URER OF NEWBERRY, S. C., FOR THE FISCAL YEAR END ED DECEMBER 31, 1904. Receipts. Cash on hand last report ..$6594 85 Newberry Savings Bank, (Loan on note) .. .. .. i5oo oo First National Bank of Char leston (Loan on note) .. 1500oo Dispensary and beer profits - 5683 27 National Bank of Newberry (Loan on note) .. ......iooo oo National Bank of Newberry, (Loan on note) .. ......ooo oo License .-. ..--.--.--.--3653 75 Rents ............--.--.459 00 Petty cash ................105 30 Sale of three lots in colored cemetery .........-.-...17 50 Tax, 1004 ..-..........14479 12 Tax. 10............1097 6c Tax. 1902 .. .....-.-...-.29 73 Fines layor's Court .. .. 16oS 63 Stree: Duty ..........-.-1320 70 Interest Refunded Commer cial Bank of Newberry .. II 75 S. C. Loan & Trust Co., (Loan and Note) ......-7000 00 Total .................$47061 42 Expenditures. Note and interest S. W. Houseal ............$1620 00 Interest F. C. Hallbrook .. 200 0...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 6 January 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mr. P. D. Simpson returned to At lanta this week. Mrs. C. B. Martin is visiting rela tives in Prosperity. Mr. H. C. Hunter, of Goldvill-, was in Newberry yesterday. Mr. W. M. Wilson, of Peak, was in the city for a few days this week. Mr. C. S. McCullough, of Darling ton, is in the city. Mrs. L. E. Goran, of Charlotte, N. C.. is visiting friends in Newberry. 'r. B. Lewis, of Pickens, was in the city yesterday. Miss Carrie Buford, of Jalapa, is visiting the family of Sheriff Buford, in the city. Misses Maigaret and Grace Hutch inson are visiting relatives in Cam deli. Mrs. W. E. Ruff, who has been visiting friends in Columbia, re turned home yesterday. Mrs. L. B. Aull has returned to Newberry, after spending the holi days with her sister. Mrs. Leroy Lee, at Kingstree. Miss Sarah Lanius, of York, Penn., wil! be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. S. Langford on Saturday. Mr. T. D. Wray, district engine...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 10 January 1905

CNU p ellIs,Y VOL. XLII. 1NO. .23 6EWBERRY, S. C.. TUESDAY TJANUARY 10, 1905. TWICE A IVK 150AYA THE COTTON SITUATION Atlanta 'Constitution Advises Fa6f mers to Hold and Plant Less. Editorial Atlanti ~Constitution. The government cotton statisti cians may not be far afield in their hit or miss guesses as to the production of 1904' The growing season, and especially the harvesting season, was ideal, and this fact, taken in conjunc tion with the large increase in the acreage planted makes it certain that the production records of all previous years have been broken. Let us admit, as a postulate, that approximately 12,ooo,ooo bales have been raised. That- anitif of cotton is a moderate response to the de mands .of consumption following an -exceedingly short crop year and ab normally -high prices. The manu facturing world :-eds 12,ooo,ooo bales of cotton, and but for the bear panic makers would pay a fair price for it -ten cents as a minimum. The farmers have raised no over plus of cott...

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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. — 10 January 1905

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Throughout the World. The war department has assigned Lieut. General Nelson A. Miles, U. S. A., retired, as a member of the staff of Governor Douglass, of Mass achusetts: - President Harvie Jordan of the Southern Cotton Growers' associa tion declares against the burning of cotton in a letter to the New Or leans Progressive union. He says he is doing all in power to discour age the mistaken idea. The mail car of the Atlantic Coast Line t:-ain just east of Montgomery was robbed on Saturday night, while about five miles from that city. A large amount of registered mail was secured and the single bandit made his escape. Alva Adams, on Saturday night, was declared by the legislature of Colorado to be governor of that 'state. The returns showed a plur ality for Adams over Peabody of over nine thousand. A cheer greet ed the announcement of the result of te election when made by Lieut Gov. Maggott. A special from Butler, Tenn., s...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 10 January 1905

SAM JONES ON COTTON. The Largest Cotton Crop In the World's History-His Solution. I was, some weeks ago, in Gilaho ma Territory. I saw some parties loading cars with Irish potatoes. I asked one of the gentlemen "What are you getting for potatoes this fall," and he replied. "Twenty-five cents a bushel." "Why," said I., "you got a dollar last fall." "Yes," he replied, "they went like hot cakes at a dollar." "Well," said I, "has the trusts and combines done you all up on p5tatoes?" He said, "No, sir," I said, "What's the reason you, can't get bus twenty-five cents a bushel?" "Too many potatoes this fall," he replied. Now, gentlemen, you can charge up to Wall street, or cotton specula tors, or padded gin reports, the pres ent low price of cotton. You can resolve to hold your cotton, gentle men, and a fellow can hold up a hundred pounds, maybe two or three .hundred pounds, but when he gets under twenty tons to hold it up, the twenty tons wil! mash the giblets out of him. It has been near...

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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. — 10 January 1905

E. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. TUESDAY, JANUARY io. Hold and Plant Less. Even the most conservative are now beginning to admit the fact that over 12,000,000 bales of cotton have been raised during the last year. The Y,,ooo,ooo bal: estimate may or may not be a little overdrawn, but that there are over 12,ooo,ooo bales seems now to be an established fact. Whether or not too much cotton has been raised is another question. Many believe it is the professional bears who have made the trouble, and that the present situation is an abnormal. one, brought on more by the havoc of speculators and market squeezers than by any actual over production of the staple. Be the cause what it may, it has brought obout a condition which the southern farmers must unite against and face and solve. Six cent cotton is disas trous now, and 'six or seven cent cot ton after this year's crop is made will ruin and bankrupt the farmers of the south. Vari...

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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. — 10 January 1905

CRUM NOMINATED. Nomination of Negro Collector For Port of Charleston Confirmed By Vote of Senate. Wasington, January 6.-The nom ination of W. D. Crum, a negro, to be collector for the port of Charles ton, S. C., was confirmed by the sen ate in executive session today by a vote of 33 to 17. Crum has been nominated by the president three times and in addition to these hom inations has received three re cess appointments, and is now serv ing under the last of these . Con firmation was opposed by Senator Tillman, who objected to the ap pointment of a negro. Senator Tillman made a speech de voted almost entirely to the ques tion of the constitutiorial right of the president to make a recess appoint ment when no actual recess had oc curred, the senate having adjourn ed one session and begun another at noon of the same day. He intro duced at the last session of congress a resolution on the subject of con structive recesses. which was referr ed to the committee on the judicary. Senator Plat...

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. — 10 January 1905

ftg~ G,1MMELD PLAN.. Same Defects As to Proposed Cox trol of Trusts. ITomas G. Frost, general couns Er the National Incorporation con vaRy, -and author of "Frost on Inco pration," upon being interviewed : reference to the proposed federal I censing of incorporations, said: "The proposed remedial corpor: tion legislation recommendtd t Commissioner Garfield involves tw separate propositions: First, th passage of a general federal inco pwation law; second, the enactmei of a federal statute requiring all co: portaions engaged in interstate con inerce to procure a license from th federal government before engagin therein. 'My opinion as to the advisabilit an'd practicability of such legislatio is this: A federal corporation lav permissive and not mandatory i -character, while it would have muc to recommend it, would do little tc wards remedying existing a:,use Suci an act would simply meet th wants of those who preferred a cha1 ter issued under authority of the fed eral government, and t...

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. — 10 January 1905

WON THE SOUTHERNERS. Henry Ward Beecher's Display of Tact and Nerve in Richmond. Marshall P. Wilder in St. Louis Re public. One of the "nerviest illustrations of tact is to the credit of Henry Ward Beecher. After the war he made a lecture tour of the south and appeared at Mozart Hall, Richmond, with an address entitled, "The North and the South." He was rather doubtful as to the reception he should have, but he knew what he wanted and was determined to get it. No applause welcomed him as he ap peared on the platform but a few hisses were heard in the gallery. In the better rows of seats Tere some grim. ex-Confederates-General Fitz fhugh Lee, General Rosser, ex-Gov ernor Cameron and others. Beecher fixed his eye directly on Lee and said (I quote a newspaper report of the incident): "I have seen pictures of General Fitzhugh Lee, sir, and I assume you are the man. Am I right?" The general, slightly taken back by this direct address, nodded stiffly, while the audience, bent forward, bre...

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. — 10 January 1905

PURELY PERSONIAL. The Movements of Many People, b Newberrians and Those Who T Visit Newberry. Dr. J. A. B. Scherer spent Sunday a in Columbia. ti Prof. Olin B. Cannon spent Sunday n in Columbia. s4 Judge W. H. Hunt spent yesterday in Greenwood. Mrs. F. A. Schumpert is visiting relatives in Augusta. t Mr. H. T. Renwick is spending ir several days in Columbia. ti Miss Mildred Simmons is visiting a friends and relatives in Columbia. tf Quite a number of Newberrians at tended the grand opera at Columbia T last night. a ti Mr. J. M. Kinard is attending the si centennial celebration of South Car olina college this week. . MYiss Dorothy Huiet returned to- ti day to Columbia where she is attend- t( ing college. . Miss Mattie Fellers is visiting her ti sister, Mrs. Ola Willard, at Corona- ir ca. ir Mr. J. Z. Mims, of Sumter, has P moved to Newberry, and is now with b< S. J. Wooten. tf, Mr. L. W. Cosby, of the National Biscuit company, spent Sunday at his ' home in Newberry. Clo. E. H. Aul...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 10 January 1905

EXTRA NEWBERRY, S. C., TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1905. GOVERNOR HEYWA I WORK ! He Stands for Orde ment - THE ANNUAL-MESSIGE TO Recommends 'Compulsory Educal Charter to South Carolina Co Departmento of Immigrat Dispensary Law-T-w Circuits To the Honorable, the Gentlemen of the General Assembly. The annual meeting of your honor able body brings a season of respon sible duties, of arduous labors. In ac cordance with the requirements of the constitution, I herewith transmit to you my annual message, with the assur ance that I am ready to cooperate with you In advancing the weal and the dig nity of oi/ -nmonwealth. As a mat ter of po importance, I shall first direct yo ention to the condition of rtate's fitiances. Ftnanetal C,ndition of the State. .For a number .f years past the State has been under the 'necessity of bor rowing money to meet its current ex penses. The amount borrowed has been annually increasing, until last year the State treasurer was compelled to bor row the sum of $500,000...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 10 January 1905

of protecting the life of a prisoner while in his custody; when a sheriff al lows the mob to usurp the law and barbarously take the life of a human being-then there is no question in my n.:nd but that a penalty should be pro vided for such dereliction of duty. I am of the opinion that this should be remedied by such legislation as would inflict a penalty for neglect of such duty, the penalty to include removal fiom office of the offender when such _xtreme measures are rendered neces sary for the proper vindication of the I readily recognize the act that oc casions sometimes arise when the use of troops is necessary. but I am equal ly sure that the growing tendency to ask for such assistance should be stopped. Offenders should be made to understand the fact that no expense will be spare' to bring them to pun ishment. I .ed last year for a special fun suppress lynching, and though r was provided, I felt it my dul- :ertheless. to make an at tel:' "ch and every lynching that h .a red, t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 10 January 1905

ITE RELATION EDUCATIO Dr. J. Wm. Flinn, Chaplain i Views History of Instit Creed and Devoutne rext-Proverbs xxiv, 5: A wise man is strong: Yea. a man of knowledge in crerseth might. We 'begin our centennial celebratior today with an aft of worship-with ar uplift of the heart to God in song and prayer, reading and meditation. The speaker would wish to be impersonal, a mere voice, speaking the sentimentF and heart of the 6.000 men, the 6.00( tlunni of the college, living and dead: a voice sp,eaking the sentiments of th( 1.400,O00 living citizens of South Caro lina. and of the dead of three genera tions gone. The speaker would sink his own per sonality. and let his voice be the chan nel through which are proclaimed the religious faiths and hopes, the ideals and aspirations of a people. In a pro found sense our worship today is the official act of a people, a State, stand ing with uncovered head, uplifted hands and reverent heart before Al mighty God and pouring out to Him petition. tha...

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