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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 10 January 1905

RELIGION'S PRIP AS I Dr. John A. Rice Emphasizes in Life of the Stu Argument: I ask your attention to two state- i ments recorded, the one in the 14th, the other In the 17th verse of the 19th chapter of Exodus, "And Mose weLt down from the mount unto - e peo ple," "And Moses brought forth the people out of the camp to meet God." This was a strategic moment in the education of a race. The Israelites, after a checkered career, were soon to be organized into a state. Moses, seek Ing first amid Sinai's awful solitude, his own preparation to be their teach er, is swept out into the ecstatic fellow ship of the upper world, comes back to the people radiant with the glories of their supernal heights and bring them out of their camps to meet God I For they were to base all their social. economic, industrial and religious life upon personal fellowship with the one eternal God and upon that fellowship stake their destiny as a people. Such was their first lesson in citizenship. We are now to se...

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. — 13 January 1905

VHgSt Era JW tS. SVOL. XLII. NO. 28 NEWBERRY, S. 0., FRIDAY -JANUARY 13, 1905. TWICE A WEEK. $1.50 A YEAR AT THE CAPITOL. Legislature Fully Organized and Down to Work-Officers Elected -Many Bills Introduced Senator Blease's Re solution. Columbia, January i2.-The legis lature has formally organized now and is down to work. The officers of the house were elected without op position. Hon. Mendel L. Smith is again speaker and Col. Tom. Homer is clerk again. Mr. Altaont WMoses, -of Sumter, was made chairraan dur ing the organization. J. Fred. Schum pert was re-elected sergeant-at-arms. A. H. Booth has been appointed clerk of the senate judiciary committee. Senator Cole. L. Blease has been ap pointed a member of the following committees: Dispensary, federal relations, incorporations, privileges and elections, legislative library and military. The house committees will be announced today. Among the first resolutions in -troduced was one by Senator Blease which is as follows: Be it resolved...

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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. — 13 January 1905

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Coi densed Throughout the World. The treaty of peace and amity b, tween Chili and Boliva has been ra ified and approved by the chamber < deputies. The opening of the defense in ti investigation of the protests again Senator Smoot, of Utah, have bet slightly delayed on account of tl sickness of one of Senator Smool lawyers. The house committee on intersta and. foreign commerce authorizes favorable report on the Shacklefoi resolution providing for an examin tion by that committee on the affai of the Panama railroad company. Emperor William of Germany h conferred upon Generals Stoessel ar Nogi the order of "Pour le merit< iu recognition of the bravery , themselves and troops at Port A thur. The active preparations alreat reported to have been made both Turkey and Bulgaria for a possib war this year are fully confirmed I a private letter received in Londo and accredited to a minister of ti Balkan court. The Atlanta Journal announc...

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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. — 13 January 1905

THE PANTHEON. It Has Withstood Vicissitudes of Over Twenty Centuries. Chicago Journal. The Pantheon is the most inter esting of all the interesting places of Rome. It was used for its present purpose as a pl# of religious wor ship before the foundations of the Coli. .um was laid. Its huge doors have opened to admit the great ones of the earth, from Augustus Caesar to Napoleon, an assertion that will scarcely be disputed. It stands in the very heart of old Rome, and the vicissitudes which have befallen the Eternal City during the 2,ooo years of its existence have left it practically unchanged. The -gilded bronze that lined its roof has been carried off to "decorate" St. Peter's, where, in the form of clouds and Cupids, cords and curtains, it fills the beholder with displeased amazement. Its tiles of bronze and gold were removed to Constantinople 1,500 years ago, and the statues which adorned it have long since perish ed. But the mighty walls yet stand, firm as ever, sweeping up to th...

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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. — 13 January 1905

E. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY, JANUARY 13. The - question of tariff revision is coming str'ongly to the front once more in national affairs. 'President Roosevelt has determined to have an extra session of congress at some time in the present year, and it is understood that the cause of his de termination is a desire for the revis ion suggested above. There will be some hot times when that old tariff question comes up for discussion by the republican congressmen. They state that there will be no "split" but it is understood that there will be some very decided and strongly ex pressed "differences of opinion." Both Stoessel and Nogi have been The 2ubjects of universal admiration since the full story has come out of the defense and attack of Port Ar thur, and a generous meed of praise has been apportioned by the world at large to both conqueror and conquer ed, but mixed with the admiration, it is suggested-. by Collier...

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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. — 13 January 1905

San Francisco Climate. In San Francisco they are telling a story that is worth repetition. and will be appreciated by those Vsho have encountered the climate of the Golden Gate city. An Irishman came to America to. visit. .He was a true son of'Erin', with' an Irish man's appreciation of all things beau tiful. He went to Sat Franiscq for a sight-seeing trip, and w43le strollifig through the city with a: friend, ex claimed: "What -foine trees! SoI green! What makes it?" 'Clnate," answered the friend, briefly. A little later he cried out: "Arrah, the cqnplexions of y,pur ladies! So beautiful! What-". "Climate," interrupted the friend. The Irishman subsided for awhile. Now, San Francisco isn't exa'tly a prairie, and not many moments passing until the twio encountered one of the small mountains they call knolls out there. "Begorra,'- said the visitor, "and how d'ye think Oo'm to get up that?" "Climb it," said the friend. The Irishman stopped and looked at his companion. "The devil you sa...

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. — 13 January 1905

SHOOTING DEER. Driven From Cane Brakes by Hun ters on Horseback and With Hounds. When I first hunted two years ago, in South Carolina, I was utterly sirprised to learn of the many ani mals that inhabit the forests of that state, writes Frank G. Harris in the Raftsman's Journal, and when we remember that in a little over twen ty-four hours after leaving Clearfield you may reach some of the best hunt ing ground in the country it does not seem strange that persons go there to hunt, in preference to threshing over the mountains of Pennsylvania, that have been so greatly depleted of their game. Black bear, deer, wild turkeys, wild geese, wild hogs, foxes, coons, ducks, quail, snipe, rice birds and squirrels are found in Pbundance in the southern and coast counties of South Cai olina. The storms from the north in the late fall drive thous ands of ducks into the swarmps and marshes and back waters of Beau fort county, where they feed on the rice fields during the day and take refuge in the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 13 January 1905

PRESONAL INJURY GRAFTERS A Railroad Detective's Work in Damage Suits. The chief detective of a great Southern railway system had ad journed to the smoking compart ment of the Pullman for a final cigar before he climbed into his up per berth. He had just finished a job of clever sleuthing and was in a talkative mood, which quickly brought the half dozen other smok ers to attention. "I suppose in the beginning I was supplied with as much confidence in human nature as the average man," he. began, as he settled back into the cushions and put his feet on a chair, "but after spending twenty years in finding out just how much the truth is stretched every time somebody sues the company for damages for personal injuries there isn't much left for it. "I hadn't been wearing railroad gumshoes very long before I was turned loose on a case where a six teen year old boy wanted $ioo,ooo damages because he was deaf and dumb as the result of a railroad wreck. "I worked on the case for two years, 'dur...

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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. — 13 January 1905

PURELY PERSONL.. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mr. W. Y. Fair has returned from Columbia. Mr. J. R. Davidson went to Colum bia yesterday. Mr. C. S. Monteith, of Columbia, is in town. Mr. J. C. Armstrong, of Sumter, i; in Newberry. Mr. J. A. Blackwelder went to Co lumbia yesterday. Mr. J. R. Scurry, of Chappells, was in the city yesterday. Mr. S. S. Birge, of Prosperity, was the city on yesterday on business. Mr. Ernest Lane, of the county, is keeping books for E. M. Evans & 1 Co. Mr. C. E. Fant, of Darlington, for -merly of Newberry, is visiting his relatives in this city. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Timmerman, of 1 Dysons, are visiting relatives and friends in the city. Mr. P. S. Carlock, who for several months has been giving very efficient service as engineer at the power house, will return to Atlanta on Mon day. VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT. Practically no cotton is coming in to Newberry. The farmers are holding hard and fast what they have left. Th...

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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. — 17 January 1905

erat Rn-t VOL. XLII. NO. 29 NEWBERRY, S. C., TUESDAY JANUARY 17, 1905. TWICE --A'WEV 15 AYA THE FIRST WEEK OF THE LEGISLATURE MANY BILLS RELATING TO DISPENSARY. Pirst Week Has Not Resulted in Much Real Work-The En grossing Department. Columbia, Jan. 16.-The first week of the legislature has not resulted in much real work by either branch, but the engrossing department has been heavier worked the first week than for a number ofyears during the same time This is caused by the unusual num ber of new bills which have been brought here by the new members and the old ones as well. There have already been more than one hundred and fifty new measures prepared and the end is not near in sight. It shows a great unrest throughout the state on many subjects and besides there are many new members who feel that they must do something and that the way to do something is to introduce new bills and change existing laws. There are already some six or sev en new bills proposed to amend the dispensary ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 17 January 1905

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Throughout the World. The intention is to keep the state hood bill in the senate at the iron during the present week at Washing ton. with the hope on the part of iti friends, that by the end of the weel they may get an agreement to vot< on it. The important work before th< house of represertatives this week i: the proper disposal of the Swayn case. It cannot be fortold just hov much time will be consumed before conclusion is reached, as there are number of members who desire t< speak on the subject. Gen. Nogi. attended by his stafi on January i;. reviewed the detach ment of all arms in th? town squar, at Port Arthur. There was a stir ring display and the generals after ward marched through the town which shows few signs of bombard ment. No casualties occtirred to wo men or children who lived in th front houses during the seige. The ministry of M. Combes. afte emerging successfully from its bit ter midnight strugg...

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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. — 17 January 1905

TRAINED WAR DOGS. Intelligence Exhibited by Hospital Cannies in Battle. Tit-Bits. The Russian government is in com munication with Major Hautonville Richardson, a retirea officer of the British army, on the subject of his supplying a canine ambulance corps for the far east. Major Richardson considers that the best dogs for ordinary work in -the field are black or sable collies. Intelligence, not breed, however, is the chief consideration. The Rus sians have adopted the Caucasian dog; France favors the "smugglers' -dogs," well known on her frontiers; Austria employs Dalmations; Tur key finds Asiatic sheep dogs most suitable, and Germany generally se lects collies. The trained dog can be employed in a number of ways. He may act as scout, as an outpost to the out posts; in an actual engagement his services are readily available for the transport of reserve ammunition to the firing line; in a seige or invest -nent he my be used as a sentry, and in this capacity would prove inval uable i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 17 January 1905

E. 13- A "LL. .D'Tr,. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C.. as second class matter. TUESDAY, JANUARY . 17, 1905 Good Roads. Cun1ectiCut s high\way conis1lJI er, James Ii. .1acdoiald, who is one of the best informed good roads men in the country, pledges the support of the American Road Makers to any feasible plan for improving the roads of the nation. 1In his address, read before the recent convention, held by the New York and Chicago Road association and the Erie chamber of commerce, at Eric, Pa., he said: Perhaps there is no section of highways in the United States that is quite so much an important tactor as the road proposed from New York city up to and through Poughkeepsie, folowing the Hudson, with all its historic interests on through the southern tier of New York and out through the Panhandle of Pennsyl vania, thence through to Chicago, Ill. Towns, cities and counties are all traversed in a very interesting way; the town and the county are each passed through in the...

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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. — 17 January 1905

Starts Nednesday This will be the opening da) history of Newberry. Enorm * from Importers, Manufacture + transactions. Just how well * will tell. This is an event t 0 country have been looking fc open the eyes of the people. # them; when extraordinary m * So.1 fling my standard to the + Table Linen, Quilts and Towels! Six months ago we began scouring the Linen markets with * a view of bringing together the creamn of the world's produc 0 tions at little cost to you. Scotland, Ireland, England and * Germany have sent their: best. 25 pieces Table Linen (bleached) white as the driven snow, + worth 75 and Soc. to go at 59c. 1o piece' Table Linen, full two yds. wide white as the driven snow, worth $z.oo and $1.25, to go at 79c. io pieces Table Linen, unbleached, full two yards wide, worth 65 and 75c., to go at 49c. A big table piled with remnants of Table Linen: 2, 2% - 3 and 3% yds. lon,g, all marked in plain figures, to go at less than half price. zoo large White Bed Spreads, worth $1.5...

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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. — 17 January 1905

RICE TABLE. The Principal Dish at the Midday Meal in Java. Pearson's Weekly. In Java. as in most really warm countries, it is customary to rise early and to take a cup of tea or c.ffee, together with a biscuit and some fruit, immediately on leaving one's bed. This is followed by a more substantial breakfast, but the fikst really serious meal is served at balf past 12 o'clock and is the equiva lent of the French "dejeuner a la fourchette" or the Anglo-Indian tiffin. This meal is called rice table "rystafel"-from the principal dish, a very elaborate curry, in the pre paration of which the Malay cooks are especially skillful. The peculiarity of the rice table consists in the number and variety of dishes presented. From these dishes the guest has to select the ma terials which, together with the rice upon the soup plate before him, are to constitute his curry. It is also as well to know beforehand that one is not required to lunch solely on curry, but that the rice table is suc ceeded b...

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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. — 17 January 1905

PORT ARTHUR SEIGE. Courage and Ingenuity of Foes a Notable Feature. New York Times. All things considered, the seige of Port Arthur must be set down as one of the most remarkable in history. It will be thus -regarded on account of its duration. the loss of life in volved, the courage. pertiaacity and ingenuity displayed by the opposed torces. Seiges of fortified qtrongholds al ways have formed important and .n spicuous features of the struggle be tween warring nations, and some of the most interesting passages in re corded history refer to events of that kind. But as human inventiveness has produced successive improve ments in all fighting machinery. whether employed for defense or at tack, so .the correspondingly increas ed difficulty of investing and subject ing a fortified place has tended to decrease the number of seiges. As late as the middle of the eigh teenth century the estimated aver age number o seiges in a campaign exceeded the number of battles by far. In the early part ...

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. — 17 January 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mr. J. Fred Schumpert was in New berry on Saturday. Mr. C. E. Bell, of Augusta, spent Sunday in Newberry. Mrs. J. S. Wheeler, o. Prosperity, was in Newberry yesterday. Senator Cole. L. Blease spent Sun -day in Newberry. Representatives Higgins, Earhardt, and Tpylor, spent Sunday in New berry. Dr. D. S. Pope, of Columbia, has been in Newberry several days, visit ing relatives. Mr. Jno. K. Aull, of the News and Curier, Charleston, spent Sunday in Newberry with his parents. Mrs. T. W. Sloan, of Greenville, has returned home after an extended visit among friends in Newberry. Mr. William Brown of the Cald well section, is engaged as clerk at the Smith Bros. store, at Kinards. County Chairman S. S. Cunning ham was in Columbia last week on business. Mr. Jesse Salter, of Athens, Geor gia, formerly of this city, is on a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. Sal ter. - Messrs. W. A. Jamieson, Jr., and ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 20 January 1905

VOL. XLII. NO. 80 NEWBERRY. S. C.. FRIDAY JANUARY 20. 1905. TWICE A WEEK, $1.50 A YEAR nNy NEW MEASURES HIYE BEEN PROPOSE] LBOUT THREE HUNDRE] BILLS INTRODUCED. The Bills Introduced by the New berry Delegation-Newber ry Graded School Bill. Columbia, Jan. ig.-Today is th birthday of Gen. Robert E. Lee an is a legal holiday. In consequenc both branches of the general assen bly have adjourned until 12 o'cloc tomorrow. Several organizations i: the city will observe the day witd suitable and appropriate services. The session so far has about got ten started. A flood of new measure have been proposed but nothing a special interest has been done a there has not been time. The engros sing department has 'ground ou about three hundred new measure which propose some, amendment t( existing laws oi some entirely nev idea. The present house is composed o about 85 new members and. of course all of them have to try to do some thng, if for no other purpose, t( use as thunder before the dear peoph i...

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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. — 20 January 1905

GENERAL NBW& NOT.J tems of More or Less Interest Con densed Throughout the World. The charges of impropriety made is connection with the national cam paings of x896 and 1904 have been revised and made the subject of dis casion in the senate. '1hos. K. Neigringhaus of St. Louis *is week received a majoirity of the vetes cast in both houses of the Mis souri legislature for United States Senator, to succeed Francis M. Cock rcil. The senate committee on foreign relations yesterday deferred consid eration of the arbitration treaties un til the next meeting of the committee There has been no change in the at titude of the southern senators on this question The strike of the cotton mill op eratives at Fal River, Mass., has been eided at last, through the media tion and efforts of Governor Douglas. The strike affected 25,ooo persons, and it is estimated that there was a loss of $5,oooooo in connection with *e strike. The strike !-ituation in St. Peters burg is becoming very grave. On We...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 20 January 1905

HIS FIRST CHECK The Way the Piece of Paper Worried Thomas A. Eidson. Success. Thomas A. Eidson once told a friend the story of his first acquain tance with any big sum of money. It was when he was struggling with his 1 earlier invention, and he had about as clear an idea of the value of a bank check as the man in the moon. He kad finally sold his patent on the gold and stock indicator to the Western Union Telegraph. company and had called at its office to close the deal. c After a few preliminaries he was given s a check for $40,ooo. He eyed it cur iously and appeared to be puzzled b what to do with it. Observing his s perplexity, General Lefferts, then president of the Western Union, told 4 him that if he would go to the Bank ] of America, in Wall street, he could get the cash on his check. "So I started," said Eidson, "after carefully folding up the check and went toward Wall street. So uncer tain was I in regard to that way of doing business that I thought while on the way that i...

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