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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 20 January 1905

. ULL, ISDITOR. Entered at the postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1905 The Land Frauds. The picture of the venerable sena tor from Oregon explaining and de nouncing with tearful eyes and be tween his sobs the charges brought against him, made an affecting scene in the senate chamber on Tuesday. The investigation of the charge upon which Senator Mitchell and Repre sentative Hermann have been indict ed, made in connection with the re cent administration of lands in Ore gon, Idaho and California, have creat ed public interest, and it is antici pated by some conservative journals that a scandal "beside which the pos tal frauds~ will seem like the work of petty-larceny theives" will be the re sult of the action taken in the mat ter. The disposition is to push the inquiries to the end, no matter whith er they miy lead or whom they impli cate in the alleged frauds. In speak ing of the events led up to this action, the Boston Transcript says: "What i...

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. — 20 January 1905

branches, gazed nto his face until thoroughly satisfied that his theo ology was orthodox, when he resum ed his seat. This reminds me of an anecdote of Mr. Barclay a good old Scotchman in Columbia a memb -r of Dr. Palmers church. When Dr Pal men preached Mr. Barclay enclosed hiinse'i snugly in his pew and dozed away; when another preacher was in the pulpit, with ears erect an-l all at tenticn he watched the divine and when :atisfied that his the logy was strictly Calvinistic, resumed his -lum bers; on being interrupted why he did so he rplied "he knew Dr. Palmer was &:u!y orthodox, didn't know about the other fellows, he had to watch them." The two ladic- were Mai.. Helen O'Neall and Mary Nancy Harrington lovely examples of gen uine p'ety and sunny swetness of d _,osition. "Trime rolls his ceascless course. Where now are these intellectual pious and gentlemen; the women pure and "sweet as perfumed morn ing flowers?" All, all gone to the world of light, to some pur.: vast bcau-tou...

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. — 20 January 1905

HATS CAUSE BALDNESS. They Make the Scalp a Breeding Place for Microbes. Nel York World. There is every reason to believe that primitive man had a thick and abundant head of hair and that this natural clothing of the scalp is dimin ishing among civilized people and will eiad by disappearing altogether, which would certainly not be advantageous from an aesthetic point of view. The caxse of this disappearance of the hair acording to the doctors, must be sought in the very conditions of civi lization and in the customs it has in troduced. One of the customs espec ially hurful to the hair , the hat, and, above al', the masculine hat, so we see man's hair suffer more than woman's. The hat produces baldness by two different methods. First it creates about the head an atmosphere which is fatally warm and moist and which prevents the penetration of the rays of light that are so fatal to bacteria; the hat makes for the microbes a sort of improvished hotbed which is extreme ly favorable to the...

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 January 1905

ADVICE FOR BACHELORS. Some Valuabje Suggestions About Calling on the Girls. Agree with the girl's father in pol itics and the mother in religion, says tte Chicago Journal. Don't put so much sweet stuff on paper. If you do you will hear it it after years when your wife has s6me especial purpose in inflictitig upon you the severest punishment known to a married man. Go home at a reasonable hour in the evening. Don't wait until a girl has to throw her soul into a yawn that -she can't cover with both hands. A:little thing like that might cause a cdolness at the very beginning of tie game. If, on the occasion of your first cail, the girl upon whom you have set your young affections looks like a iceberg and acts like a cold wave take your leave early and stay away. Woman in her hour of freeze is un certain, coy and hard to please. In cold weather finish saying good might in the house. Don't stretch it all the way to the front gate, and thus lay the foundation for future afthma, bronchitis...

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. — 20 January 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Miss Lillie Griffin is visiting friends in Charlotte, N. C. Col. George Johnstone was in Co lumbia yesterday on business. Rev. G. A. Wright was in Columbia on Wednesday. Mrs. L. V. Walker, of Columbia, is visiting friends in this city. Miss Larnius of York, Penn., will be the guest of .Miss Sara Spearman at her country home next week. Miss Maude Langford leaves to morrow afternoon to be the guest of Miss Sara Spearman. Mr. R. E. Taylor, of Columbia, Ohio, who has been the guest of Miss Maude Langford, will leave tomor row. VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT. Mrs. Margaret Bynum and family iave moved into the house formerly occupied by Mr. B. M. Dennis, and Mr. Dennis has moved into his own house. A. C. Jones will begin on Monday Morning a one-half price sale, at which five thousand dollars worth of choice goods will be sacrificed. Shoes, hats, pants, and clothing, all will go. Samples of the goods may be see...

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. — 24 January 1905

VOL. XLII. NO. 81 NEWBERRY. S. C.. TUESDAY JANUARY 24, 1905. TWICE A'W% . 15 AYA HARD WORK FOR TH NEXT FOUR REKS ABOUT 350 MEASURES TO BE DEALT WITH. Important Work of Ratification What the Newberry Dele gation is Doing. Columbia, Jan. 23.-Two weeks of the legislative session have gone. There remain only four more weeks, giving the body the full forty days, which of course will be taken. The -members have all, about adjusted themselv'es to t'eir new duties and committees have gotten down to work and reports are coming in. There will be some hard work for the next four weeks, discussing and -mending, rejecting and passing the three hundred and fifty odd new measures proposed. -It i reasonable to suppose that a majority of the new -measures will meet the fate they de serve and never go on the statute books as laws of South Carolina. There are a great many, of course, that deserve a better fate. The most important work for this _general assembly is properly to rati 4y several amendment...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 24 January 1905

THE SCHOOL CHARTMR Citizens' Meeting on Friday Opposed To Bill-Spirited Discus sion on the Question. A meeting of the citizens of the town of Newberry was held on Fri 'day afternoon, in the opera house, for the purpose of considering the bill to amend the charter of the New berry graded schools which had pass ed its third reading in the house. About seventy-five citizens were present. The meeting was organiz ed by the election of 'Dr. E. C. Jones as chairman and W. B. Seabrook secretary, and its object was stated at length by Mr. Alan John stone. Mr. Johnstone stated that he was present at the meeting in a dou ble capacity, that of chairman of the board of trustees of the schools, and as a private citizen. What he might say in regard to the proposed amend ment was as a citizen and not as a member of the said board. He hoped that the meeting would act freely and untrammeled by any regard for the position or personnel of the pres ent board. Mr. Johnstone explained the organization of ...

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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. — 24 January 1905

GENERAL NEWS NOTBS. Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Throughout the World. Secretary Hester's last weekly cot ton statement shows for the twenty days of January a decrease under last year of 178,ooo, and a decrease under the same period year before last of 128,ooo bales. It is semi-officialiy announced that the Austro-German commercial trea ty will be signed in the immediate iuture. Many difficulties which stood in the way of the instrument have been overcome. Robert Randall, delegate to the United W6rkers' convention in In dianoplis , who cherged President Mitchell with having sold out to the operators during the recent Colora do strike, has been expelled from the organization by the action of the na tional convention. Reports during the latter part of last week showed that there have been several disasters lately in Ba haman waters. A Dutch steamer and two American vessels were wrecked last week. One crew was probably lost. The report says that friction may follow over th...

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. — 24 January 1905

H. H. AULL. EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice. at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1905. Too much hot air, and no water, is liable to cause an explosion in the state capitol at any moment.-Green ville News. Ain't it so? The most important matter with which the legislature should deal is that of taxation and assessment of property. No one seems anxious to take hold of these propositions. The proposed ten circuit bill puts Newberry in with Greenwood Laur ens and Abbeville and makes another circuit out of Greenville, Aderson, Oconee and Pickens. making four counties to each circuit. but it would seem to be a more equitable division of business and just as convenient if these two circuits were composed, one of Newberry, Greeiwood and Laurens and Greenville and the other of Anderson, Pickens, Oconee and Abbeville. This suggestion is made because it puts Greenville and Ander son in separated circuits and these two have more business than any other two countie...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 24 January 1905

Our Grea Begins with renewed interest * first week of this sale will go ( ffhe. greatest on record, and records to date. Case after c 0 were- hId back for this week. * fiercer the struggle to turn 9 merchandise. We rave arrar * We have set out to make this + Black Dress Goods and Silk Sale. Its a fact, I can show you more fine Black Dress Goods and Silks than all the side show stores of Newberry combined. We place on sale i oo pieces of fine Black Dress Goods, not a yard in the lot %.orth less than 69c , 75c., $i.oo, all piled on a * big counter table, take your cl:oice for 49c. the yd. * 5 pieces 36 in. Black Taffeta Silk, the $1.25 kind, for this sale one dress to a customer 69c. yd. * 5 pieces 36 in. guaranteed Taffeta Silk. the $1.75 kind, for this sale 98c. the yd. Get the other fellow's prices and see me beat them. * A Big Gingham Sale. * 200 pieces Trillick Ginghams, new spring styles, wcrth io and 12%C., we place the 200 Pieces on sale at one price, 5c. * the yard. If you ca...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 24 January 1905

MR. ANSEL WILL RUN. 'Ie Situation in the Coming Guber natorial Race-Lieut. Governor Sloan, Speaker Smith, and Others Named. Mr. M. F. Ansel, of Greenville, who is in the city attending the sessions of the bar association, is an avowed candidate for governor n i9o6. Mr. Ansel was a candidate in 1902, when Gov. Heyward was first elect ed, and made a campaign NOich left hh a great deal stronger with the people than he had been at the start. His principal strength at the begin ning was in the Piedmolit, where he was well known and popular on ac count of his long service as solici tot of the eighth circuit, but during thi canvass of the state he made friends everywhere and at the close many were heard to say that they re gretted not being able to vote for him on account of prior pledges. Mr. Ansel stated yesterday to a representative of The State that he would certainly be in the race for governor next year and that he ex pected to be the successor of Gov. Heyward. "Since I have been in ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 24 January 1905

HINDIPO RESORES VITALfIT ItMade a .Well Man THE TaaO- of Me. GREAT - NCH REMr-'. produces the above result in 30 d ays. 0-c..: ,ix_-Dbiwit,mpotency, Varicocele, Failing .ccr. Stol-s all drains and .osses caused by ercrs of y::.. It wards off In sanity and Consun:--Lion. Young N I. regain, Man bood and Old Men rec r-Y"ut:l Vigor. It gives vigor and size to shrunken organs, and fits a man for business or marriage. E;siy carried in the vest pocket. Price n 6 Boxes $2.0 fr"mail, in plain pack- U U e Wit Wtct guarantee. D.. J OT A The Problem of Child Labor. The almost insuperable difficulty of an equitable adjustment of a law reg ulating child labor is beyond denial; but that such regulation is necessary is indisputable. The proper place for children is the home, supplement ed by the schoolroo mand the play ground. Their employment in shops, factories, mills and stores is a social danger and an economic mistake. In the United States there are about 2,000,000 children under 16 years of a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 24 January 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mr. Alan Johnstone went to Atlan tq-,Saturday, on business. Col. I. H. Hunt was in Spartanburg on Sunday. Mr. F. H. Dominick; was in Colum bia 'yesterday. Mrs. Cole L. Blease spent Satur day and Sunday in Colu a. Mg. W. M. Wilson, of s, was in ta, was in Nz wber ot U. Mfr.i. H If tret from Co lumbia on Sundy. Mr. Oswald Copel ipent Sunday and Monday in Clint n. . Mr, H. E. Todd of Anderson is in the city. Mr. W.. H. Hunt went to Green ville today. Miss Azile Pool*'iTv-isiting Mrs. L. M. White in Abbeville. Mr. R..C. Perry is in Columbia. Sheriff M. M.'Buford is in Colum bia. Miss Carrie Jacobs, of Greenville, and Miss Mazie Jacobs, of Woodruff, are visiting Mrs..E. B. Johnson. Dr. S. T. .Hallman spent last week with his family, in this city. He re - tutredto his charges on Saturday. . Representative Jno. W. Earhardt spedt Saturday and Sunday in New bery.. Viss Mary Lou Bowers, who had been spend...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 27 January 1905

VOL. XLII. NO.82 NEWBERRY, S. C.. FRIDAY JANUARY 27, 1905. TWICE A WEEK, $1.50 A YEAR BIG QUESTIONS STILL HELD IN ABEYANGE NEW BILLS CONTINUE TO COME IN. Senator Blease Disagree on Compul sory Education-Meeting of Newberry Delegation. Columbia, Jan. 26.-The legislature is closing the third week of the ses sion. Both houses are now getting down to hard work. None of the big questions have yet been tackled. The constitutional amendments, the dis pensary, the marriage license bills, the tax questions, are all still in abey ance. And still the new bills continue to come in. The engrossing depart ment a day or two ago 'had caught up and I thought the rush of new meas ures was over but yesterday the flood gates seemed to open again and new bills are still being ground out. The list now reaches something over four hundred. Of course this does not represent the exact number be cause some of the bills are drawn in duplicate so as to permit the intro duction of the same bill in both hous es. ...

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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. — 27 January 1905

GENERAL NEWS NOTEKS. Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Throughout the World. The difference between the Penn sylvania trainmen and the company iave been satisfactorily adjusted. Henry Welch Joseph Connors and Sarah Williams were arrested in Phil adelphia Tuesday on the charge of counterfeiting. Four hundred hands have sruck at Corr Cotton mills at East Taun ton Mass against a reducton of 12 1-2 per cent. The Methodits ministers of New York have decided to oppose Dis trict Attorney Jerome's bill to allow saloons to open on Sunday. The teamsters for Nelson Morris & Co. and Armour & Co. of Chicago threaten to strike unless discharged teamsters are reinstated. The steamer Athenian has arrived at Victoria B. C bringing details of the Japanese cruiser Manchuria after she struck the mine off Port Arthur. The suicide of Charles H. House man of the East Side Savings Bank in Columbus 0. caused a run this week on the bank which was subse quently closed. General Kuropatkin repor...

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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. — 27 January 1905

CAPE HATTERAS. Most Dangerous Spot on the Atlantic -Scene of Many Wrecks. Baltimore American. The wreck of the steamship North eastern off Cape Hatteras add an other to the long list of ships that have lost their bones on the treacher eus Diamond Shoals, he graveyard of the Atlantic ocean. No place touched by the waters of the Atlantic ocean is the scene of so many disasters as Cape Hatteras. Ask a mariner for the name or number of ships that have given up their ca reers on the treacherous projection of sht North Carolina coast, and he will shrug his shoulders. The deep-sea sailors loses recollection of the con stant mishaps off Hatteras. Disas -vers are too frequent to stand out clearly in the memory. The greatest loss of lift occurred when a French steamer, trading be tween New York and the West In dies, struck a derelict vessel at night during a gale and went down with nearly 200 souls aboard. The British and Norwegian tramp steamers that have missed their way in rounding the pro...

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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. — 27 January 1905

E. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY JANUARY 27, 1905 "Hold and Plant Less." We rejoice to see our views on the cotton situation vindicated by he ac tion of the Southern Cotton Growers' association, now in session in New Orleans. The plan, in its main fea tures, adopted by that convention, has been the one advocated by The Herald and News from the first and we are more firmly convinced than ever that it is the proper and only solution of the problem now confront ing the south. "Firmly believing it to be the most important step in the solution ,of the cotton problem, the Southern Inter state Cotton convention wihout a dis senting vote today declared in favor of a 25 per cent. reduction in acre age." The farmers of the south are fur ther urged to let the cotton now on the farm remain there. stored in local warehouses, and nsured against fire. Almost word for word likc the sug gestion embodied in a recent editorial of The Her...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 27 January 1905

LICENSE ORDINANCE. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, THE TOWN OF NEWBERRY. For the purpose of meeting in part the current expenses of the Town government of the Town of New 6erry, in the State of South Caro lina, for the !iscal year beginning January ist, 1905. and to meet in part such other indebtedness of said Town as may become due in said fiscal year; Therefore, be it or ordained by the Mayor and Alder men of the Town of Newberry, in said State, in council assembled and by aithority of the same: Section i. That no person or per sons, firm, corporation or corpora tions, si-1 engage in, prosecute or carry on any calling, trade, business. occupation or profession, hereinafter mentioned within the corporate limits of said Town at any time dur ing said year after the publication of this ordinance without having first paid to said To%:n a license or priv ilege tax therefor as follows, to wit: A. Agen for, or dealers in ferti lizer for sale...........$ 20 00 Agents for, or dealers in pianos and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 27 January 1905

THE CIRC TLAR HOUSE. Shape Prays Upon Mnds of Occu pants and Many of Them Go Crazy. Chicago Chronicle. The Minot Ledge Light is famed for th, number of men who have gane craz% in :t, and for that reason it is an object of interest to students of mental discnes. It is, as everybody knows, a piece of engineering of the hghest order, being in that resptct onty second to the famous Eddystone trdy second to the famous Eddystone Light. More than a year was con s*med in gettng a foundation for it. and so high P.ie the tides and so tar rific the storm! that the entrancce. the 'igh is mo-e than forty feet abcve the water Tht n, on( ..oo ve ... other, com - the five rooms occupied by the keep ers and used fo.r storage purposes, and then the watch room, and finally the lantern. The tower being circu lar and space greatly in demand, naturally everything, is made to coit f9rm, so that no room shall be lost. Even the beds on which the men sleep ate curved, the tables against the walls are circula...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 27 January 1905

;HINDIPO THE NEW NERVE TONIC AND KiDNEY CURE. Cleanses the Xi.neys i( Bldde:. ptrrfies the Blood. Puts Fles. on thin people. Sengthens the Nerves. Cle;. rs the in. Cums Nervous Debility, Insomni:1, inil!: .Xlemor-. Restores the Vim, Vigor Vitality ;z r, Strength of Youth' In both weak Men au Women. This New Remedy works like Magic, but is ab solutely harmless. Weigh yourself before taking. 50Ic 5cts4, 12 boxes, SS500 by mail. We 0I cheerfully refund the money ff you are not benefitted. Try It and beconviaced. Manner and Business. The Outlook. An English business man connecf. ed witl. one of the most prominent houses in New York City, said not long since that it was painful to no tice the difference in the manners of employees n English and American shops and offices. That difference every American notices when he re turns from a trip abroad. Courtesy is no small part of the attractiveness of the foreign shops; it is, indeed, a very importart element in business success. The impressi...

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