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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 14 February 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mr.'G. Frank Wearn spent Sunday in N ewberry. Sheriff !. -. P>2ford went to Co. lumbia yc-trvay afternoon. Bishu:ille. spent Sunday with h!is family in Newberry. Misses l1er' n . Verner. Piat:e and .le f; the engrossing 1departme%2nt of the general aSsc:nby. en Sj)c1. n day in Newberry with Mrs. E Aull. Clerk of Court John C. Goggans was called to Mt. Willing. in Saluda county. yesterday morning, on ac count of the serious illness of his brother, Mr. Jeremiah Goggans. and the death of his brother's wife Mrs. Jeremiah Goggans. VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT. February 15 is the last day for tak ing out city licenses. The Newberry German club will give a dance in the Armory on Fri day night. Newberry has had a siege of mis erable weather and last night there was no improvement in sight. A regular business meeting of the Bachelor Maids will be held in the li brary rooms this afternoon at 4.50 o'clock. The...

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. — 17 February 1905

VOL. XLII. NO. 38 NEWBERRY. S. C.. FFIDAY FEBRUARY 17, 190F, TWTCE A WEEK, S1.50 A YEAR FINAL DAY OF SESSION IS NOW NEAR AT HAND LEGISLATURE WILL ADJOURN TOMORROW NIGHT. Messrs. George E. Prince and R. Withers Memminger Elected Judges For New Circuits. Special to. The Herald and News. Columbia, February 16.-Only two days of the session of the legislature remain and both houses are getting ready for the final adjournment on Saturday night. The last two days of the session are always devoted principally to the appropriation bills, and except for the consideration of these bills the present session is now L practically closed. Election of Judges. The election of judges for the new 9th and ioth circuits was held on Tuesday, Mr. R. Withers Memmin -ger, of Charleston, being chosen judge of the 9th circuith, and Mr. Geo. E. Prince, of Anderson, judge of the ioth circuit. Mr. Memminger was opposed by Representative Wm. J. Fishburne, of Colleton, who received 40 votes as against 110 cast for...

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. — 17 February 1905

EXCITEMENT IN THE HOUSE. On Monday Night For a Fe: Minu tes it Seemed There Might b: a Personal Encounter There was considerable excittmeit on the floor of the house of represen tatives, in Columbia, on Monday night, and for a few minutes a person- j al encounter between two of the mem bers was expected by many of those on the floor. The affair pas,-ed off I without a fight, however. The excite ment is thus reported by the Colum bia State: There was quite a lot of excitement on the floor of the house of repre sentatives last night. Mr. LaFitte of Bamberg made a speech in which he charged Mr. Cloy of Aiken with hav ing acted in bad faith and having con ducted himself dishonorably. No such charges have been made on the floor of the house in many years. The matter under discussion was the judiciary committee's bill to pro vide the time for holding courts in the state in order to comply with the new grouping of counties made by the ten circuit bill. Many amend ments were offered and mat...

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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 February 1905

ANIMALS' WANDERINGS. Country Mouse and Town Mouse Fable Has Foundation in Fact. London Answers. The fable of the country mouse and the town mouse has a foundation in tact. Mice occsionally migrate in large numbers when food grows scarce and travel consideraole dis tance to fresh houses. Farmers in a part of Perthshire had a good reason to become aware of this fact when a couple of years ago vast swarms or mice invaded their cornields at har vest time. But the mouse onvl travels when i: has to. The rat. on the contrary. seems to take a yearly outing, in very much the same iashion as do liuman )eings. Rats are the most migratory creatures in the world. Troops of rats leave :he towns at the end of summer and spend a month or two ;n the country, apparently in order to enjoy the change of food which the country affords at that time of the year in the way of fresh fruit and grain. Before the cold weather sets in they are all back again in their old quarters. Reindeer migrate with the same...

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. — 17 February 1905

E. H. AULL. PWTOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY, F7BRUARY 17, 1905 Hon. George E. Prince, of Ander son, and Hon. R. Withers Memmin ger, of Charleston, have been chosen judges of the new judicial circuits created by the present general assem bly. Mr. Prince has been in public life for a number of years and is well known in Newberry and throughout the state. He is a lawyer of ability and has the entire confidence of those who know him. He was opposed by Mr. Thos. P. Cothran, of the Green ville bar, whose legal ability is also recognized throughout the state, and his. election to the high- position of judge over so worthy an opponent shows the confidence reposed in him by the members of the general assem bly. Mr. Memminger, who was chosen judge of the Charleston circuit, is not as well known in this section of the state as Mr. Prince, but his unanimous endorsement by his fellow-members of the Charleston bar is proof of his ability to wea...

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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 February 1905

'OUTH CAROLINA NEWS. Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Throughout the State. The second section of through freight train No. 63 ran into a freight car three miles below Gaffney and Bridge Foreman B. F. Mitchell was badly cut on the head and the left legs of two negroes were badly cut The pilot was knocked off the engine. In a freight wreck near Eafley at midnight on Monday n4ght,, Brake man Gilbert of Atlanta and Fireman Rice, of Spencer, N. C., were killed. It was one of the most serious freight wrecks the Southern railway has had for many years on the Atlanta ar Charlotte division. A two-year-old child of C. N. Grad dick, one of the operatives at the Dar lington mill, was burned to death be tween 8 and 9 o'clock Wednesday morning. The child's mother was out in the yard when its clothes caught on fire, and before she could get in the house her child was fatally burn ed. Marion Parr, the white man con victed in Columbia on the charge of murder a few days ago, was refused a n...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 17 February 1905

SAILOR'S TRUNK. There is no Difference in it the World Over. 'The sailor's trunk," said an old 'ait to a New York Sun reporter, "is -a canvas bag cylindrical in form and about four feet long and eighteen mches in diameter, and'when he's got .hat bag packed with his stuff the whole outfit, bay and all, constitutes his kit. He couldn't carry a regular .runk even Fi he wanted to, for there would he no place for it in a ship's Lorecastle. But a dunnage bag takes Up only so much room as the stufi mside of it takes up-that is to say. ii it's only half full you can fold it dtwn to half its space, and then if the bag is full you can press it. and ou can twist and bend it. von can make good s:owagc with it in the place where it has to go and so you san get it. with as much stuff in it as a trunk would hold, into a space I - where you could'nt get a trunk at all. "And then this bag is a mighty sight handier to carry than a trunk would be when the sailor man goes ashore, or when he goes from h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 17 February 1905

el!~z Main TH E s-~4 o Me. GREA~T 3! 1 . SRENCH RDIET' prcduces the ab,ove result in 3 d as s. Om .Nerv'ous Debility, Zmpotency, Vricocele Faiimg Atemory. Stops all drains and .csses caused by errcrs of youth. It wards off In sanity and Consumption. You.ng Meni regain, Man hood and Old Men recover Youth::d Vigor. It gives vigor and size to shrunken organs, and fits a nan for business or mnarriag. Easily carried in the vest pocket. Price flT'6 Boxes $?-5 1y mnail, in plain pack- U. age, wztih esitten guarantee. DR. RHO'Ah ai ROMANCE OF A BANK NOTE. Refused at the Bank of England Af ter Twenty-Three Years. The London Mail. A man who walked into the Bank of England the o:her day and laid a ten-pound note on the counter was surprised to hear the clerk say: "We can't cash this. The note was stopp ed twenty-three years ago." Over twenty years back the note was stopped by a clerk in the employ of one of the provincial branches oi the London and County bank. It had been brought in by an pkm...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 17 February 1905

pURELY PERSONAL. The Movements oi Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mayor George B. Cromer is in Laurens. Mr. Eugene S. Werts was in Colum bia this week. Mr. F. A. Schunpert spent Wednes day in Columbia. Dr. J. K. Gilder went to Columbia yesterday afternoon. Mr. F. H. Dominick went to Co lumbia yesterday. Mr. L. G. Eskridge spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Augusta. Miss Sara Lanius, of Pennsylvania, is visiting Miss Bessie Gilder. Mr. G. Frank Wearn spent Wednes day night and Thursday in Newberry. Messrs. W. A. Jamieson. Jr.. and P. F. Gilder went to Columbia yesterday afternoon. Dr. W. G. Houseal, Dr. T. W. Smith and Mr. J. B. Hunter were in Colum bia this week. Dr. James A. B. Scherer, president of Newberry college, returned yester day morning from Savannah. Messrs. E. M. Evans and W. C. Tyree went to Columbia yesterday afternoon to attend the opera, "San Toy," given there last night. Mrs. Paul Johnstone left on Wed nesday for New York to purchase the spring sto...

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. — 21 February 1905

VOL. XLII. NO. 40 NEWBERRY, S. C.. TUESDAY FEBRUA-RY 21, 190. TW E A WEEK, 1.50 A Y KAR WORK OF THE SESSION BROUGHT TO A CLOSE LEGISLATURE ADJOURNED ON SATURDAY. A Review of tie Work and a List of The New Laws Which Were Passed. Special to The Herald and News. Columbia. February 20.-The legis lature adiourned sine die on Satur day afternoon, the senate reaching adjournment at 4.07 and the house at 4.17. The last few hours were marked by the usual closing incidents The work of the session was praL ticaliy completed on Friday night, but the engrossing department wa not able the finish the large amount of work which was sent to it during the closing hours, and the houses re mained in session to ratify the ap propriation and other bills. Both Houses Conservative. There was no vestige of the old factionlism in the session. Both houses were conservative and meas ures for the most part were debated upon their merits and members ex pressing their individual views hon estly and clearly. Very...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 21 February 1905

THE MOOD OF MIGHT. There is a Peculiar Potency in Be lief in One's Own Power. Rocky Mountain News. Achievement is less a matter of na tural ability and external circum stance than of the habitual mental attitude. Success, happiness and ac complishment of all kinds are born of confidence, buoyance and faith. Dis content, selft distrust and hesitancy are all cankers, eating into every part of life and destroying force and perfection at every point. There is a peculiar potency in be lief in one's own power. This need have no element of egotism in it, only even childish self conceit is better than weak depreciation of self and the palsied muscle resulting. To be lieve in one's own success. to think and act always with confident as surance that it is possible to do any thing and all things that one desires to do-such an attitude buoys up the 10 CE * At The Righl I a WILL I Can of Pure' I Box of Sure H, 3 ounces of Casi 3 ounces of Swe 1 ounce of Laud 1 ounce of Pare; I ounce of Extra 1 o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 21 February 1905

FASTEUT SIDR5 THE IEMT. Purches of Ostriches Alwa;a Preced ed by a VAc. Chicago Chronicle. "Have you ever seen an ostrich farm?" the sailor asked. "No," said the druggist. "Then, of course, you've never seen an ostrich sale. I'll tell you a strange thing about that. When a ,dealer comes to buy an ostrich he al ways has two or three birds he likes best run a race. "The ostriches are ranged in a line. A b-nch of figs is shown to them. The man with the figs walks away about a quar:er of a mile. Then the ostriches are let off. "I tell you. the big birds run. Those long, bong legs of Lheirs put the ground bchind them in a way that is astoundin.' In the race I saw there were three os:riches and one left the others far behind him. As he ran iie kept lookin' behind him like a human racer, and when he saw that there was no chance for the others, he economized his strength by slowin' down and he reached the figs on a walk. He. bein' the winner, was, of course, the bird that the dealer bought....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 21 February 1905

SH. AULL. EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New-i berry, S. C., as second class matter. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2:, 1905. Legislative Comment. The legislative session just closed did very little in the matter of changing existing laws or in the pas sage of any law of general interest. For this, possibly, there should be commendation. The tendency is to undo our laws too much any way. Early in the session The Herald and News said there would be no change in the dispensary law. This opinion was based on the many and divergent remedies which were of fered and which it was impossible at the first session to get together. There was considerable discussion of the dispensary and there can be nu doubt that there s unrest throughout the state and the murmurings are growing louder. Just what it is we are not prepared to say nor just what the result will be we will not under take to predict, but it is certain that there will be some material change in the present system of managing the liquor bus...

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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. — 21 February 1905

MIMNAUGH'S | MIMNA Anothei Za R Wedqosdoy You can't afford to n host of bargains that m tom of this big store. I'v We must do it, no ma 9 arranged sales that wil * nesday morning, Febru * Hosiery and Handkerchiefs. 60 Doz. Ladies' Fast Black Hose, double heels and toes, * worth 15 and 20c., only six pairs to each customer ioc. pr. * 30 Doz. Ladies' Fast Black Hose, double heels and toes, * worth 25 and 35c., only six pairs to a customer 16 3c. pr. 50 Doz. Men's Half Hose, B! ack and Tan, worth 12 and i5c., only six pairs to a customer, 8yic pr. 50 Doz. Ladies' Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, worth 5c. each, special for this sale 23/c. each. 50 Doz. Ladies' Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, worth 5c. each, special for this sale 3Y2c. each. Any Corset in the house at cost for three days-all the standard brands-R. and G., C B., P. N., W. B. and Amenr can L ady. * The Great White Goods Sale. * Thousands of yards of nU kim1s of white goods, mercerized S effects, Nainsook, White Lawns. etc., just arr...

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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. — 21 February 1905

I44K OF THE SESSION BROUGHT TO A CLOSE (Continued From First Page.) for horry county to sell the county's poor farm and to purchase another. An act to amend Section 3.118 of Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1902, Volume i. by removing Or angeburg county from the exception of said section and to reapeal Section 3.T20 of said Code of Laws relating .o fees for sheriff of Orangeourg county. An act to authorize the cowms sioners of the Sinking Fund to lend funds to the co)unty be%rd of conins sioners of Berkeley county to pay for a new jail building and to cons:itute the county board of comnnissioners with the sheriff of the county a build ing committee for said jail building. An act to provide for the proper custody and protection of the court house for Charleston courLy. Xn act to a15end Section 397 of the Code of Laws of South Carolina, Volume r, by including Spartanburg in the proviso thereto. An act to amend Section 1,525 of the Civil Code, 1902, relating to fenc es in the counties o...

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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. — 21 February 1905

THE NEW NERVE TONIC AND KIDNEY CURE. Cleanses the Kidneys and Bladder, purifies the Blood. Puts Flesh on thin people. Strengthens the Nerves. Clears the Brain. Cures Nervous Debility, Inpornnia, Falling Mernorr. Restore the Vim, Vmere Vlt and Strength of Youth In both wesk g~em and 'Women. This New Remedy wnrks like Magic. but Is ab solutelyhazme.s. Weigh yourself before taking. 1n 80 cts4 12 boes, $5.00 by mall. We cheerfully refund the money If you are wt benetted. Try It and be convinced. DOG LEFT THE CHURCH. Humiliated by Accident, Collie Aban doned All Religion. At the disruption in 1843 the bulk of the shepherds joined the Free Kirk. But one collie held by the Established principle, and refused to "come out." Every Sabbath he went alone to the Established church, where he had been wont to accom pany his master. His master ref.d to coerce him. "'Na,na , he said, "he's a wise dowg: I'll no meddle wi' his convictions." The collie's ad herence to the Establishment haa, however, a ...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 21 February 1905

COTTON PLANTERS OF NEWBERRY ORGAIZE WILL REDUCE ACREAGE 25 PER CENT. Delegates Chosen to State Conven tion-School District Meetings To Be Held March 3. P.y the adopvion of the plan for -iulated by the New Orleans conven tiol, the conventimn of Cotton grow ers of Newberry county, held in the court house on Sa:urday. with repi c sentatives from evcry township pres ent, decided upon a reduction of twenty-five per cent. in .the cott4n acreage and in the use of fertilizers. A permnancnt orgnization was et iected, deleg-ates were elected to the state conventi< n. which meets in Cn lumblia today. andi the proper machin ery was set in motion for carrying out the decis%on of the convenloll in regard to the reduction in acreage and the use of fertilizers. The meet ing was harmonious and was charac terized by intnse enthusiasm. The following officers were elect ed: President, R. T. C. Hunter. 'Vice-president. H. H. Folk. 'Secretary, W. K. Sligh. :Treasurer, John M. Kinard. The following del...

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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. — 24 February 1905

t et lb aie t s VO.XLI N.41NWBRY,S O.FRDY ERUR 2,[957 W( WE,4150AY SAYINGS AND DOINGS OF PROSPERITY PEOPLE GREAT INTEREST IN COTTON PLANTERS' ORGANIZATION. Prosperity Merchants Preparing For The Spring Trade-Cold Weather Brought Grip. Prosperity, S. C., February 23 Your correspondent did not only freeze up. but was shut in for a week by grip. New. items are nearly as scarce as they were4when we wrote our last. While th-e weather has moderated, it is still very disagree able. As someone remarked, "The ground is as wet as water." There has been an unu-sual amount of grip in our town the past two weeks, but I am glad to say that all are improving. Mr. G. A. Maffett has taken a part ner, Mr. M. B. Bedenbaugh, and it is now G. A. Maffett & C.. The new -company will continue the fancy grocery business. The next to the last appearance in the Lyceum course will be given in the city hall on Tuesday, Febru ary 28, and the attraction will be Ralph Bingham, who is said to be one of the best...

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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. — 24 February 1905

house. W. J. R.-ddey, George John stone, Richard Singleton, Ii. S. Lips comb and J. E. Wannamaker. Senator Manning in presentinlg the report of the committee of which hL was chairman, said that there were many valuable suggestions submitted to the committee on resolutions, but the committee had believed that it would be better to refer a very brief report for the matter is now in its most critical state and! conservatism would accomplish more than any thing else. Mr. Spencer of Yorkville moved the adoption of the report, which motion was carried unanimously: The paper is as follows: "Your committee to whom was re ferred the resolutions introduced in the convention, begs leave to submit the following which they suggest shall be adopted as a substitute for them all: "First-The reduction in acreage to be planted in cotton during the present year as contrasted with that planted in 1904 by 25 per cent. "Second-A like reduction in the amount of fertilizers that should be used in connectio...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 24 February 1905

ALABAMA MINE HORROR. About 15o Union Miners Entombed Near Birmingham-Grue some Scenes. Birmingham. Ala.. Feb. 20.-By an explosion in the Virginia mines about :8 miles southwest of Birmingham at 4 o'clock this afternoon between iio and 135 -union miners are entombed and it is believed that the entire num ber suffered death. Scores of vigor ous rescurers are at work digging in to the mine to relieve their friends and comrades on the inside. The explosion is beleved to have been caused by an accumulation of dust. It is' also believed that as the entire quota has probably been killed the details of the cause of the disaster will never be known. Birmingham, Ala., Feb. 21.-Of the i6o miners of Virginia City, who entered the mines yesterday after r.oon, only fifty bodies have been re covered so far. As time grows, not withstanding the efforts on the part of the rescurers to reach the entomb ed men. the recovery already of fifty dead bodies, precludes any idea that life may still remain amo...

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