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

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mr. J. R. Fair is in the city. Mr. A. H. Booth 'pnX Weduesday night in Columbia. Maj. Robert H. Welch. of Colum bia, was in Newberry on Wednes day. Mrs. Jos. H. Sullivan, of Laurens, uAd daughter. Mrs. Richardson, are visiting Mrs. Sullvan' Dr. W. E. Pelham, in the city. ilon. Cole. L. Blease attended the meeting of the state democratic exec utive committee in Columbia on Wednesday night. Miss Myrtie Schumpert has return ed home, after a visit to her aunt, Mrs. Berry, in Augusta. Mr. R. A. Cooper, who is in the race for solicitor in this circuit, has been in the city and the county this week. Mr. Fred. H. Dominick attended the ceremonial session and banquet of Oasis Temple of Shriners, in Charlotte. on Wednesday night. Mrs. Jos. H. Hair, of the firm of Hair and Havird, has gone to New York and other northern points to 1 purchase additional stock for the spring and summer trade. Miss Gussie Dicke...

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. — 7 March 1905

-a- ' ' .. VOL. XLII. NO. 45 NEWBERRY, S. C., TUESDAY MARCH 7, 1905. TWICE A WEEK, s1:'o A YEAR PROSPERITY PRIIRY TO JE HELD TODDl INTENDANT AND WARDENS TO BE CHOSEN. Two Tickets in Field-Cotton Grow ers Meetings-Several Deaths In Prosperity Section. Prosperity, March 6.-The primary for the officers of the town will be held on Tuesday, March 7. There are two tickets in the field and the race will be an interesting one. One of the tickets composed of the present in cumbents, except Mr. R. C. Counts, is as follows: For Intendent, Dr. Jacob S. Wheel er; Wardens, A. H. Hawkins, S. S. Birge, D. W. Boland, W. T. Gibson. The other ticket is as follows: For Intendent, Dr. E. N. Kibler; Wardens, Jno. B. Felers S. L. Fey lers, G. M. Ables, J. P. Bowers. Thus a choice is offered to all and all that is necessary is to have a reg istration certificate. Trade was very good the past week, and our merchants are correspond ingly happy. Mrs. J. A. Simpson has been on a visit to Newberry. R. A. Cooper...

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. — 7 March 1905

propriation for the navy requested by the administration. Senator Lodge, during the review changed his seat to one just behind the president. Laughingly, the presi dent turned to him and said, so that Senator Bacon might hear it: "You should have seen Bacon hide his face when the Eilipinos came by. The 'slaves' were rejoicing in their shack les." And then came Capt. Seth Bullock and his "bunch" of cow punchers. It was the time of their life and they were making the most of it. All of them know the president personally and as they passed the stand they' shouCed to him, waved their hats and cheered like wild men. One of their number added interest to the occa sion by lassoing various persons along the route of the parade, includ ing a big policeman. The diversion afforied him and the spectators the greatest delight. After the parade the president received and shook hands with the cowboys. Turning from the pageant -of the day, the doubled population of the city disposed itself for the ...

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. — 7 March 1905

RAL NEWS NOTES. More of Less Interst Con ensed Outside the State. ress has voted an appropria $250,000 for the Jamestown ion. has been brought by Attorney ral Coleman, of Kansas, for the ointment of a receiver and to oust e Standard Oil company from Kan as. Savannah men interested in sports are making an offer to*Jiminie Britt and Battling Nelson to pull off -their next fight in Savannah-. It is stated the offer is a liberal one. The Bryan Cotton Oil company's plant, at Bryan, Texas, was destroyed by fire on Friday. The loss is esti mated at over Sioo,ooo, with about $65.ooo insurance. The birth rate for England and Wales during the year i9o4 was 27.9 per i.ooo of*the population, a decrease of 1.3 per i,ooo compared with the average for the ten years 1894-1904, and lower than the rate of any other year on record. The Texas legislature last week went on record in both houses in a warm endorsement of President Roosevelt's policy in regard to the Standard Oil company and the alleged be...

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. — 7 March 1905

E. H. AULL, EDI ro!-. Entered at the Postoffice at New- : berry, S. C., as second class matter. TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1905. That Union Depot. The question of a union depot for Newberry has been agitated so much and so long, without result, that the subject has become a little wearisome even to the most earnest advocates of a union station. But there was never a better time to build the depot than now, and we believe if the people of Newberry will unite on one proposition and present that proposition to the railroads in the proper manner, the two railroads, both of which can not but see the urgent need for a union station in Newberry, will accede to or the wishes of our people and build a station in keeping with the progress a and advancement of the city. When the matter was taken up t with the railroads several months ago President Childs, of the Columbia, Newberry and Laurens. held that the a best place to build a union station was at the Caldwell street crossing, near the junction of ...

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. — 7 March 1905

"MR. BOB." able Comedy in Two Acts to Presented in Prosperity on Friday Night. r. Bob." a cwmed: in two acts. be presented in the city hall in rosperity on Friday night by the Literary Sorosis. Those who will take part have' been giving careful study to their parts and the perfor mance promises t be Quccessful in every respecf. and there will no doubt be a large audience ' in attendaice. Following is thi casfof characterg: Philip Royson-George Brown. Robert Brown,. clerk of Benson and Benson-E. W. X. erts. Jenkins, Miss Rebecca% butler-F. E. Schumpert. Rebecca Luke, a maiden lady Miss Della Bowers. Katherine Rogers, .her niece-Miss Frances Rawl. Marion Bryant. Katherine's friend -Miss Lillie Mae Russell. Patty. Miss Rebecca's maid-Miss Eva Lester. The play is presented for the bene fit of the lyceum cours'. A DESTRUCTIVE FIRE. Forty-Nine Buildings Burned in Brookland, Across the River From Columbia. More than half the town of Brook land, across the river from Columbia. was swept by ...

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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. — 7 March 1905

NEW VACCINATION LAW. FulR Text of the Act Recently Pas ed Permitting Municipalities to Enforce Vaccination. Following is the text of an impo 'ant act passed at the recent sessic of the general assembly relating 1 compulsory vaccination. A simil law of the state of Massachusetts h just been upheld by the suprerr court of the United States. The act is: A bill authorizing the passage ordinances by incorporated citic and towns, and the promulgation rules and regulations by the stal board of health, to enforce and con -el the vaccination and revaccinatio of citizens and residents of the stal of South Carolina; and prescribin the duties of certain officials and pei sons to that end, and providing ce tain penalties for failure, refusal c meglect to comply with the provisior oi ,the same. -Be it enacted by the general assembl of the state of South Carolina: .Section r. The city or town cour "cilcofsevery incorporated city or tow 'in Ithis state may provide by ord .ance for the vaccination a...

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. — 7 March 1905

THE NEW ROAD LAW. eral Measure Passed by the Leg islature Which Becomes Effec tive Next Year. The new act to provide for road working in the state will not become effective for another year, but the people of the state will be inte'rested to know what :heir representatives in the legislature have done with this proposition. Following is. the gen eral bill which was introduced by Mr. B. A. Morgan: "Section i. That the law in ref erence to the age and time in which road duty shall be performed and commutation tax provided and fixed in lieu thereof shall be and remain as now provided by law in this state, except in the counties hereinafter named, and the law in all other re spects in all counties shall be and remain as now provided by law. "Sec. 2. All male persons able to perform the labor herein required, from the age of 18 to 5o years, both inclusive, in this state, except in Greenville, Anderson, Pickens, Un ion, Marion, Horry, Spartanburg and Cherokee, where the ages shall be from...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 7 March 1905

-0OT0O PLANTERS ARE SIGNING THE PLEDGI SCHOOL DISTRICT MEETINGS ON FRIDAY. From the Various Section of the County Have Come the Most Encouraging Reports. From many sectioP' of the county have come th, - encouraging re ports of the meetings of the cotton growers held in ti various school districts on Friday afternoon. The pledge to reduce the acreage and the use of fertilizers twerty-five per cent. as compared with the acreage and the amount of fertilizers used last year is being generally signed in every section of the county. and every indication points to a reduc tion this year and at least twenty-five per cent. both in the acreage and in the use of fertilizers. The Various Meetings. Of twenty white planters in the Mt. Bethel school district fifteen at tended the meeting held on Saturday and every planter present signed the pwedge, Col. J. C. S. Brown was chosen president, Dr. W. C. Brown secretary and treasurer, and Mr. A. J. (Gibson executive committeeman. A w ommittee was appoi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 10 March 1905

4O. B.1 A 15. VOL. XLII. NO. 4(3 NEWBERRY, S. C., FRJDAY tARCII 10. 1 905. TWICK~ A WEEK, SI .50) A YE AR JAPANESE YICTORIOUS IN TERRIBLE BATTLE BLOODIEST BATTLE OF PRES ENT WAR. Fighting Lasted More Than Ten Days-Casualties Will Far Exceed ioo,ooo. Tokio. March 8.-Advices received here indicate that Gen. Kuropatkin is badly beaten in the bloodiest battle of the present war. Mukden. March 8. 4.30 a. m.-The Russian army is evacuating its posi tions south of Mukden. Mukden, March 8. io a. m.-A heavy cannonading is in progress northwest of this city, causing the walls of houses here to tremble. An engagement is in progress at the imperial tombs. Washington, March 8.-The state department is officially informed from Tokio that the Japanese have achieved a great victory before Muk den and that the Russian army is in full retreat. The casualties are num erous on both sides. St. Petersburg, March 9, 3 a. m. The battle of Mukden, which has been in progress for more than ten days, ha; resulte...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 10 March 1905

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More of Less Interest Con densed Outside the State. Al! the members of the president'sl cabinet took the prescribed oath of office as the head of their respective departments on Tuesday. A complete nervous collapse by Mrs. Cassie L. Chadwick brought the first day of her trial in Cleveland, Ohio, to an abrupt close on Monday afternoon. As the result of a vigorous fight made by the leading merchans, the city council of Wilmington. N. C.. has imposed a prohibitive tax of five hun dred dollars a month on all trading stamp companies. The special session of :he United States senate was opened on Monday by loud applause for Vice President Fairbanks when he appeared in tl. chamber to preside. He at once rap ocd the sente t rder. Mrs. Sallie M. Hanna, charged with poisoning the family of H amilt n Faukner In Lyncburg. Va.. on Feb rtarv ii. by which six person nearly lost their lives. wos indicted this i weey by the grand jury. Lillie Viar, her colored accomplice,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 10 March 1905

AT STRIKE ON. s of Rapid Transit Co. in York Go Out-Serious ollision on Tuesday. Sthreatened strike of thC LIlhe ! intcrboirouth com Nw ,rk. cperating thc :: ie eleva:ed rairoads oi ''3:-. wat determCie ufn at a ti.1w .h8rutherhoo~d of Loco i :iner: and the Amalga d A.iation f Street and Elec -........ e - Emlyes held in Har m n "anmday night. This action w, receip: from Central a ra:Ik Hedlev of the Inter Corough e.mpaly oI a letter declin to agree to the terms of an amended demand made by the repre senttatives .)i the men at a conerence id ith e eLcIs of the combpany. h wa co-ly idngh:When Presi a:n Jed:-..!theBrotherhiood of and motiatei eers annonced :1at the trike, hC Viled unanimously to strike z::d that the strike had been c;dercd ,tr e a. l. Tuesday to be put into full operaion at 4 a. m. hA pass.ooo employes of the sub way and elevated system are affected by the strike,s which will interrupt all tramc iB anhattanh except on the u trface trolley lines. 29 Persons Injured. Ne...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 10 March 1905

F_ 14. AULA, ED1101K. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C.. as second class matter. FRIDAY, MARCH :o, 1905. Judge Reagan's Death. The death of Judge John H. Rea gan, which occurred at his home in Palestine, Texas, on Monday. remov ed the last of the members of Presi dent Jefferson Davis' war cabinet, Judge Reagan for a number of years having been the sole survivor of those whom President Davis gather eA round him in his administration of the government of the Southern Con federacy. President Davis' original cabinet was c,omposed of Rob ert Toombs. secretary of st.-te: Charles G. ".Vmminger. Kec retary of the treasury; L. Pope Walker. secretary of wa-: S. R. -\all .ry, secretalry ol the navy: Judah P. Benjamin. attirnev general, and Joln H. Reagan. postmaster general. Says the Abbeville Press and Ban ner: "We see by the newspapers that the prohibitioni-ts and the moonshiners of Pickens have pooled their issues and are now fighting in solid thalanx against the horrid dis pens...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 10 March 1905

PROSPEROUS TOWN. ttle Mountain Oil Mill's Suc Sful Season-Agitation For A Creamery. .itle .Aou tan..\arch q.-Tt has, been somie tim SilCe thcre hias bec I any news sent 1rM our progressive ! little town to he Heraid and New. It gives me great pleasurc to have an opportunity to report to you what we cipn are doing. I always take delight in' reading the new- from different sec tions of the c'.ty and think that every section c:-Tht to report what fam its people are d g. In cvcry neigh borhond there ar many ,ccurrenc's which will intere-: -1-me ie else. ces Little Mounmain it in , Prosperous condi-.on. The o,w riC1 of cotton: has had a demo--ralizing effect upon the trade. ftrony The oil mill. est abilish'ed at thisl1" place la-;t fal". nia.; ;,ad a very 51u1cCesi" frun up tc this ime. and its pro moters fecl very Zratefu to the peo pie of the rr&:mdng country f tor the co-pera-ion an,ld support they have given them ir this enterprise. The sale of hrijs and' meal has been eXcellent....

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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. — 10 March 1905

' OUTH CAROLINA NEWS. ttem,ns of Mo' -'.: Less Interest Con densed Throughout the State. ifteen perons we~re semvenced to emi., in the peniitei ary fr :n Char esto c. niythis week. Th - k A-r f - - G fn. in n:l., \:as burglarized on Sun Aum l: %Vmkngcer t pe !-aio,n i1 >r the approaching session of:h ConfeICrence fLor EdnI catio'n in A, Sonth, to he held in that city dur :n :he la!t wcek in April. The body f Jhn' \\'. !cCracken Si:n.: ug \irnday mrning near <1" . The verdict -> the coro ne iS jnrM' was that the deceased came his d.ath by either failing or be ithro:n fron a train. iscrean' s entered the cloth room he Monagan mills, in Greenville. Cn Sun:iay night and cut open more th:r' fifty bales of cloth. A good deal of cloth and other articles were found m:ssmng. Dr. S. M. Orr was on Monday -elected president of the Orr cotton mills, in Anderson, to succeed his brother, the late Col. James. L. Orr. -Dr. Orr has been vice-president of :the mill since its organization. An ...

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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. — 10 March 1905

OHN H. REAGAN DEAD. ge Reagan Was the Sole Sur viving Member of the Cabinet of President Davis. Judge John H. Reagan., sole surviv ing member .f the Confederate cab inet, died on Ma'ndav at Palestine, Texas, of pneumonia. Judge Rea gan, who was 86 years old. had been in failing healhh for a year or more. Judge Reagan was in Houston Thursday tran-acting business. Wv'hen he returned home the family physi cian was called. Judge Reagan coi plaining of pain in the lungs. On Sunday pneum nia set in and Judge Reagan grew rapidly worse. Gath ered in the dei-h chanib. were his wife and daughars and V. Green wood his son-in-.aw. Hiundreds of telegran of condo jence are beilng received from all parts of the Unlited States. The funeral t,,k pace at Palestine 1\ ciesdav afternoon. Judge Reagan wa- postmaster gen cral in the Confederate cabin t. Be ;ore the War Between the Sec:ions 1e was elected district judge in Tex a1. He went to the United States senate in 1887. After retiring from the senate...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 10 March 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. 'The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mr. G. Frank \\carn s iin the city. :g.iin Newvberry. r. A. G. WVise, of Prosperi waS in Newberry on \\-eIesday. Miss Carrie Jones left ye.terdav for a visi1t t) friends~ in Colombi. Presperity, were ;n Newher - Mr;. k. . Wallace and Miss .\lice lones are visiting relatives in Spar ranburg. Mrs. T. A. Scarborough, of Sum ter. is in the city visiting her parents. Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Jones. Mr. C. C. Stewart. of Rishopville, vas in Newberry yesterday morning. 1ie returned to Bishopville yesterday afternoon. Mr. C. D. Barksdale, of Laurens, was in the city Wednesday and Thursday the guest of Capt. A. P. Pifer. Mrs. W. W. Fulmer, of Columbia, .who has been visiting relatives in Newberry, left yesterday for a visit ;n Prosperity. Mr. J. A. Mimnaugh has returned from New York and other northern markets, where he purchased a full stock of everything in his line. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Wooten have re turned...

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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. — 14 March 1905

r Llr VOL. XLII. INO . 47 NEWBEMRY. S. C.. TUILESDAY.-MAIRCH 14-19051- TWICE A WE$1.0AYR * I take pleasure in * I have ever made, largest spring busin We start the ball rol Wednesday, Thui * Extra special for these thi 1 case Standard Dress Gin * for this big sale 5c. the y 1 case Standard Dress Prii * for this big sale 2 1-2c. t 1 case Printed Lawns, not sale 3c. the yd. I case plain White Lawn, i sale 5c. yd. I case plain White Lawn ih 9c. the yd. I case Lonsdale Camnic i sale 9c. the yd. 5 bales John P. King Sea 7c., for this big sale 5c. t' 0 25 pieces A. C. A. Bed Tic big sale 1 Oc. the yd. * 25 pieces Mattress Ticking * sale 5c. the yd. 10 pieces Brown Linen wc * sale 1Oc. yd. * 100 pieces 36 in. Poe Mill * for this big sale 5c. the y LOSSES IT UKDEN CONTINUE TO GROW . O. GEN. KUROPATKIN IS NOT V YET SAFE. tf bi Japs Close on His Heels in Race for r Tie Pass-Russian Losses ti Over ioo,ooo. d Iti el While Gen. Kuropa:k'n has appar intly succeeded in saving more of his artillery...

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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. — 14 March 1905

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More of Less Interest Con densed Outside the State. Mrs. Sallie M. Hanna, who confess ed to poisoning six persons at Lynch burg, Va., and waived trial by jury. has been sentenced to five years at labor in the state prison. By the will of the late James C. Carter, which has been made public in New York, $200,ooo is left to Har vard university and $io,ooo to the University of Virginia. The value of the estate is probably more than $i, 500,000. William Buckner, a negro was hanged at Hamburg. Ark., on Friday, for the murder of Joseph Burton, a Cuban, near Montrose, January 29 last. Buckner. who was convicted on circumstantial evidence, made a confession several days before the execution. One more body has been recovered from the Virginia mines, near Bir mingham, making the total number of bodies removed i'7. it is expect ed that but three or four more bodies will be found. The state mine com mission has begun its investigation into the cause of the explosion...

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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. — 14 March 1905

CAROLINA NEWS. More or Less Interest Con d Throughout the State. ountv commissioners of Ker uny "chipped in' S6o several .go for damages sustained to a on the publc highway. Only three candidates are in the race for the house of representatives from Charleston to -,ucceed Repre *entative Baker. resigned. They are Arnoldus Vanderhorst. James A. Lar :ser and Vincent Chicco. Mavor Gibbes, of Columbia, has re reived from T. E. Limpscomb. of Columbia. Tenn.. a daguerreotype, taken from Columbia by a member of a Tennessee company the day Co - :mbia was burned. So far the pic :.re has not been identified. At a special meeting of the board . directors held in Greenville on Saturday, Mr. B. E. Beattie was elect ed president and treasurer of the Piedmont Manufacturing company, as successor to the ILe James. L. Urr. It is estimated that between I,000 and 1,500 firms, incorporated in this state, failed to make out their returns to the comptroller general and are liable for the penalty. It is ex...

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