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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 24 February 1905

3. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C.. as second class matter. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1905. The primary for solicitor will be held some time in March. This will be a very busy time for the farmers and it is hardly probable that a full vote will be polled. There will be three or mour candidates in the race and they are all good and true men and -would make good prosecuting at torneys, so th. race will be one of personal popularity, and the state's interest will not suffer whoever may be chosen. Only one candidate has so far placed his card in The Herald and News, Mr. R. A. Cooper, of Laurens. He made the race last year against Mr. Sease and on his visits to Newberry made many friends and if no Newberry man runs will get a good vote in the coxinty. The cotton convention which was held in Columbia on Tuesday was composed of an able and rtpresenta tive body of South Carolinians. They were in earnest. They can accom plish much good for themselve:, and the cotton...

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. — 24 February 1905

"UNITED WE STAND; DIVIDED WE FAL" HON. J. A. SLIGH TO THE COT TON PLANTERS, A Strong Plea For,Concerted Action In Reducing the Cotton Acreage This Year. To the people of Newberry Coun ty: The undersigned has been re peatedly asked by friend and others to write a letter for publication in the county papers on the importance of the farmers and other interested par ties complying with the plan and pledge devised and adopted by the Southern Cotton association, held at New Orleans sometime ago. This I will now endeavor to do, hoping that the same may be a means of accom plishing good. The plan referred to may not ':%e altogether t. your liking but it is feasible, and no one can doubt for a moment, if it is faithfully complied with by the cotton growers of the South, that the result aimed at will be accomplished. It is now too late to talk of other plans, or of amending this one, as there must be uniformity of action all along the line. It is therefore this plan, or there can be no concer...

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. — 24 February 1905

SDAVIS' DAUGHTER REPLIES TO MILES 'THE SHACKLING OF PREST DENT JEFFERSON DAVIS. Mrs. J. A. Hayes Calls Miles's De fense on His Conduct on That Occasion "A Tissue of Falsehoods." Mrs. J. A. Hayes, the eldest daugh ter of the f;rst and only president of the Southern Confederacy. has iritten a letttr to the New York World, in which she mercilessly an alyzes Gen. Nelson A. Miles's expla wation of his conduct n the shack ing of her father, Jefferson Davis. The article, which appeared in the New York World of Sunday. is as follows: That dramatic and intensely human Mncident of the great Civil war, the skackling of Jefferson Davis in his celh at Fortress Monroe. is vividly recalled today by a letter from Mrs. J. A. Hayes, the eledest daughter of the once president of the Confeder ate States of America, in which she mercilessly analyzes Lieut. Gen. Miles explanation of his conduct on that occasion. Her letter is as -ol lows: "No. 832 North Cascade Avenue, Colorado, Springs, Colo., Feb. 15, ...

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

ciain. how maiy pounidz. I try to mox., the trip n. uId have al readv abraded broad patci-es (f skin from the parts they toucl,. Can vou devise no means to pad or cushion them, so that when I try to drag them along they will not chafe me so intolerably? My limbs havc so t tle flesh on them, and that so weak as to be easily lacerated." Dr. Craven said this appeal sent the first thrill of sympathy for his prisoner patient through him, so he went to Gen. Miles and told him the shackles must be removed. Gen. Miles asked if it was "a medical ne cessity," hesitated and gave no prom ise; yet the iron doors to Mr. Davis' cell were by that time in place. This Gen. Miles did in spite of the fact that he was allowed by Assis tant Secretary of War Charles A. acle Mr. Davis, to use his discretion, acel Mr. Davis, to use his discretion. as Gen. Miles himself states in his article published in your paper. Mr. Davis would certainly have died under the tortue Miles inflicted upon him in denying him ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 24 February 1905

WORK OF DEYELOPIEU TO BEGIN VERY SOON THE GREAT PARR SHOALS WATER POWER. Nerthern Capitalists Interested in the Enterprise and the Money Is In View. Mr. E. F. Greene, president of the Lockwood-Greene company, of Bos ton; Messrs. F. E. Shedd and A. L. Scott, of the Lockwood-Greene com pany, and Mr. R. L. Warner, New England manager of the Westing house Electric company. were in Newberry on Wednesday in confer ence with gentlemen of this city, who are interested in the develop ment of the great water power at Parr Shoals. on Board river, one mile above Peak station. and they stated after the conference that the work of carrying into execution the plans for the development of the power would begin in the near future and would be pushed forward rapidly to comple tion. The- plans propose the largest pow er development ever undertaken in the south. The original Parr Shoals Power company, as chartered under the laws of this state, was composed of W. K. . Sligh, president; W. G. Houseal, se...

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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. — 28 February 1905

VOL. XLII. NO. 42 NEWBERRY. S. C.. TUESDAY FEBRUARY 28, 1905. TWICE A WEEK, 31.50 A YEAR Special At FlAIl In order tc i Spring Go ruary 28, be had at' Dry Goods, Ores 1 lot Black Dress Goo< Serges and all the newt $1.25yd., for 1 lot 42 In. Mohair, Shark yd., for 1 lot 38 in. Fancy Mohai per yd. I lot 4 yds. each, Fancy $3.50 each 1 lot 36 in. Poi de Soie, li: for 1 lot 39 in. Balck Taffeta yd., for 1 lot 36 and 32 in. Jap ai per yd. Positively r HAI COL. J. L. ORR IS DEAD. The End of a Splendid Life Full of Usefulness ta His State His Career. Greenville, February 26.-Col. Jas. Lawrence Orr died at his home on College street. this city, at 9.20 o'clock tonight. He had been des perately ill with erysipelas since Fri day of last wee!:. While his condi 'n was known to be critical, his friends had hoped that his strong coriatitu1tionl would enable him to ni:stand the ravages of the disease. A- sudden and fatal collapse came to The city of Greenville is in deepest sorrow at the news o...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 28 February 1905

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More of Less Interest Con densed Outside the State. The science hall at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacksburg, Va., was totally destroyed by fire on Thursday. The loss is estimated at $75,ooo; insurance, $12,000. President Roosevelt has issued a proclamation convening the senate in special session at 12 o'clock on March 4th to "receive such commun cations as may be made by the ex ecutive." The citizens of Tampa, Fla., have extended President RoosevIt a cor dial invitation to visit that city. The president said he would be glad to visit Tampa some time during his ad ministration if possible. Col. Charles S. Arnal, one of the best known insurance men in the south and a distinguished citizen of Atlanta, committed suicide at his res idence on Thursday by shooting. No reason is known for the act. The solemn ceremony of blessing the remains of Grand Duke Sergius was performed in Moscow at 10 o'clock Thursday morning in the midst of the tolling of bell...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 28 February 1905

FUNDS POURING IN. Appeal of South Carolina Cotton As sociation Has Met With Prompt Responses. The appeal of the South Carolina Cotton association, says the Colum bia State, has met with prompt re sponses, and checks are now coming into the office of the treasurer, Mr. F. H. Hyatt. "You can't run an or ganization on wind," said Mr. Hyatt yesterday. So after a consultation with Mr. E. D. Smith and Mr. F. H. Weston he wired a great many of the cotton seed oil mills and textile mills in the state. It was 6 o'clock in the afternoon before the telegraph office had concluded sending off the mes sages and even before the last had been sent the responses began to ar rive. Following are some of the ans -wers from representative people: "Am pleased to be able to assist you."-Lewis W. Parker. "Draw on me personally for amount asked for. Press the good work."-G. F. Parrott, manager of the Lee county Manufacturing com pany. "Will contribute $25 towards the orgainization as requested."-Leroy Sprin...

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. — 28 February 1905

E. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1905 The Sumter Daily News has a very clever editorial on the difficulties of a legislator. We gree with the News that it is easy for an outsider to crit icize without knowing what has real ly been accomplished. When we say the legislature has done nothing it is really to the credit of the general assembly for there was really little that could be done. There is one thing, however, that the people should know, because it seems m some counties at least they like te be fooled. The man, as a rule, who would go on the stump and rant about high taxes and the cost of maintaining our state colleges and the cost of educating a boy or girl and the extravagance of other state institutions was fooling the people and trying to make them believe he was a great ecomnonist and would reduce taxes and- cut down extrava gance. The people should know that this fellow in a great mnay in stanc...

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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. — 28 February 1905

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE. The First Session Held Yesterday for Organization and to Map Out the Work. Senator Cole. L. Blease went to Columbia on Sunday . to attend the meeting of the dispensary investigat ing committee, ap.inted by the last general assembly.. The committee was appointed under a resolution in troduced in the senate by Mr. Blease, and he was made chairman of the committee. The meeting yesterday was called to or :er at 12 o'clock in the parlors of W right's hotel, having been called especially for the pur pose of organization and to map out the work. The ma ters on which the committee is charged .pecifically are: "Whether or not it is a fact that houses represented by agents who are near relatives of the members of the board of directors receive large ordcrs at each purchase. "Is it a fact that members of the board of directors are or have been agents for certain wholesale houses from which large purchases are made? "Is it a fact that parties to whom - large orders are ...

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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. — 28 February 1905

THE SCHOOL LAW. Many Important Changes Made and Many of General Interest To the Schools. Superintendent of Education Mar tin has sent out the following let ter: To County Superintendents of Edu cation. Gentlemen:-Allow me to call your attention to the general school legis lation enacted at the recent session of .the general assembly. The library law was amended so that the school raising $ro by private subscription shall not only -receive $io from the district and $io from the state, but it shall also receive a $io bookcase, to be' paid for out of county funds. The county boards are to approve these cases. Just as soon as possible I shall get competitive de signs from furniture factories for sup plying such cases and will submit them to the county boards. The state board of education, at its last meet ing, adopted more than a hundred additional books for the libraries. Many of these are especially suited for these libraries. About twenty five are devoted to agriculture, horti cultur...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 28 February 1905

KING OF BEASTS. A More Formidable Beast Than the Lion is the Buffalo. Chicago Tribune. The bulls, of all the species of the genus "bos," are most savage and dangerous at time's. The Romans knew no better sport than to see a powerful bull of the common domes tic species toss a lion, unless it was to see him toss a man; and bull fights are still the mos: loved diversion in all Spanish. and Spanish-American countries. The American bison used to be a fine fighter, the only indig enous animal which could whip him being the grizzly bear. But unques tionably the fierce'st and most formi dable gladiators of this geaus are the buffaloes of Asia and Africa. Experience has taught the lions of Africa discretion, and they never hunt the buffalo singly, but always in pairs or companies. The buffalo is far larger and more powerful than the lion, .and one good toss of his long, sharp, powerful horns, which frequently. exceed twelve feet from tip to tip, is usually enough to kill the so-called "king...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 28 February 1905

90OARDS OF ASSESSORS. Appointments of Town and Town ship Boards for the Year 1905 Made by Auditor Cromer. County Auditor V. W. Cromer has made his appointments of town and township boards of assessors for Newberry county for the year 1905. The boards are the same as last year, with the exception of a new board appointed for the town of Whitmire, under the law which permits the ap pointment of boards for cities and towns of more than 500 population, and one change in one of the other boards, made necessary by the death of one of the members of that board who served last year. Following are the appointments made by Auditor Cromer: No. i Township. City of Newberry -Otto Klettner, J. W. Gary. S. B. Jones. No. x Township, out of town-H. H. Folk, Tabor H. Hill, J. Cal. Neel. No. 2 Township-B. F. Cannon, A. J. Gibson, Charles S. Suber. No. 3 Township-J. H. Smith, Job H. Ringer, J. Lyles Thomas. No. 4 Township, Town of Whit mire-J. K. S. Ray, David Duncan, H. V. Taylor. No. 4 Township, out ...

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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. — 3 March 1905

VOL. XLII. NO. 44 NEWBERRY. S. C.. FRIDAY MARCH 3, 1905. TWICE A WEEK, $1.50 A YE kR Special At HAIR In order to i Spring Goo A ruary 28, a Sbe had at Dry Goods, Dress I lot Black Dress Goods Serges and all the newes $1.25yd., for I lot 42 in. Mohair, Shark 5 . yd., for 1 lot 38 in. Fancy Mohair per yd. 1 lot 4 yds. each, Fancy S1 $3.50 each. 1 lot 36 in. Poi de Soie, lim for . I lot 39 in. Balck Taffeta, 14 yd., for . 1 lot 36 and 32 in. Jap an< per yd. Positively n H Al DATES OF PRI11RIES FOR SOLICITOR FIXED MEETING OF STATE EXECU TIVE COMMITTEE. Primaries to be Held on March 21 And April 4-General Elec tion on April ii. At the meeting of the state demo cratic executive committee. held in Columbia on Wednesday night, it was decided to hold the primaries for solicitor in the new eighth and ninth judicial circuits on March 21 and April 4. The general election will be held on April II. When the committee met Mr. C. L. Blease moved that the dates above mentioned be adopted and this...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 3 March 1905

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More of Less Interest Co densed Outside the State. The president has signed the joi resolution providing for the retu of battle flags captured during t' War for Southern Independence. George Sewall Boutwell, form governor of Massachusetts and fc mer United States secretary of t treasury, died at his home in Grotc Mass., on Monday, aged 87 years. Ex-Mayor James L. Cole, of Nor Birmingham, Ala., has been arrest on an indictment charging embezz] ment of funds amounting to over $ ooo. It is alleged in the indictme that he misappropriated these fun belonging to the municipality North Birmingham. He made bo immediately. It is reported from Mobile. A that authentic information has be received in that city that oil has be found in the lower end of Baldv county, Ala. A well was sunk i. feet and oil was pumped out. N machinery was ordered. Exper:s < clare the conditions identified w those at Jennings, La. Judge Swayne. of Florida, throu his attorneys, has made ...

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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. — 3 March 1905

_F AGITATION IN PICKENS. The Question of "Dispensary" or "No Dispensary" Engaging the People of That County. Pickens. March i.-"Dispensary" or "no dispensary--that is the ques tion that will agitate the minds of 7ickens countv people for several weeks to come. The wcsin of war has been sound ed anld has come as a surprise to ,iianv. as it was not known publicly that an open fight was to be precipi .ated until Sundav. Sunday morning at the Bapti!t church the Rev. D. V. H; -tt preach ed to a large cor<zre!a *on. taking as a text I Cor. 6th chapter. 17th verse: "Wherefore come out from among -heni, and 'ce ye separate. saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean ,hng; and IN will receive you." The :isister had not preached very fa vhen he beg-.-: :o vade into the dis He decla e c - e institutio.3 a ,crea :in of his Satanic Majesty, that no sane man would claim that it was Divine in origin. Yet, he stated that it was a lamentable situation that church-going and church-professing people...

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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. — 3 March 1905

Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1905. As to Good Roads. If we have one hobby it is the hob by of good roads. We are so firmly convinced that there is no one thing which can add so much to the com fort and convenience of those who live in the country and that will pay them such good returns as money put in permanent road works, that maybe ha we have injured ourself in the estimation of some people who are an so narrow as to believe that one who It advocates a tax for road building is irn an enemy to the farmer and a high th tax man. That may be but we are firmly convinced that no one thing; fe can benefit the people of this coun- ir try as money put in permanent road c building. We shall continue to ad- wi vocate such measures as will give us Ex better roads and we are always glad f(i to quote those who realize the im- he portance of this question and who TI are in posit:co; to k-ociw %-10.t they are do talking ab . No ma i in t...

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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. — 3 March 1905

SAYINGS AND DOINGS OF PROSPERITY PEOPLE REV. MR. ZIMMERMAN TO AD DRESS WOODMEN. Movement For Reduction of Acreage -Personal Mcition-Advertised Letters. Prosperity, March 2.-Mr. L. S. Bowers. from 'the "shu-ins," has come out again. Mrs. Ola Hair McLain is visiting her father, Judge lair. this week. Dr. 0. B. Mayer was., in town on Wednesday renewing old acquaint ances and shaking hands with his friends. Miss Claudia Harmon is visiting her uncle. Mr. W. P. B. Harmon. Miss Rosa Ranch. of Saluda coun ty, is v:siting Mrs. J. L. Wise this week. Mrs. Dingle'hoef. who has been in bad health for some time, has gone to a sanitarium at Salisbury, N. C., for trea:ment. She was accompanied by the Rev. W. A. Lutz. Mrs. Burr Martin. of Newberry, is visiting her mother. Mr. Cecil Wvche. of the Citadel. is at 'home for the present. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Stewart are stopping at Mr. J. Y. Thompson's. Miss Novice Brown, of upper New berry, is visiting the Misses Thomp son. M1r. Ivan Sease is at home from...

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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. — 3 March 1905

-OUTH CAROLINA NEWS. items of More or Less Interest Con densed Throughout the State. Spartanburg is working hard to se :ure the next state reunion of Con .ederate veterans. J. W. Stribling, cashier of the Bank af Seneca and a leading citizen of Oconee, died early on Monday morn Mr. John Corley, a prominent cit -zen of Edgefield and a gallant Con federate soldier, dropped (lead 'early Monday morning. A reunion of the Mexican war vet !rans of Lancaster county was held n Lancaster last week. every survi -,or of* Lancaster being present. Fire partially destroyed 25 bales of cotton on the platform of the depot at Pendleton last week. The fire was probably caused by sparks from a passing engine. Will Wilbur, a negro, accidentally killed himself at Halie gold mine, in Lancaster county, last week. He had been out hunting and on entering his .house the gun struck the door and was accidentally discharged. A clumsy attempt was made on Sunday to break open the safe of the 7wholsesale firm of th...

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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. — 3 March 1905

DIXON MAKES HEATED ANSWER TO GRITICS HARMONY CAN'T BE GAINED BY FALSEHOODS. The "Clansman" Will Stand or Fall On Portrayal of Character of Thaddeus Stevens. Thomas Dixon, Jr.. whose recent novel on Recoun .ruction. "The Clans man," is being very generally and somewhat heatedly discussed in the north, has written a defense of him self and of his ook which appears in the New York Times Saturday Re view of Books -f February 24. Mr. Dixon's letter is red hot, being couch ed in the dramatic language of which he is past master. It will be read with great in:erest in this section. New York Times Book Review: Permit me a few words of reply to some critics of "The Clansman." Mr. Edwin L. Shuman of the Chicago Record-Herald, whom I re gard as one of the best critics in America, says that my portrait of Thaddeus Stevens as "Austin Stone man" is a gross caricature. Will Mr. Shunan print verba:im the bill and speech of Stevens which provided for the confiscation of the property of the south, its...

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