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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 21 March 1905

lURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Non H. H. Evans went to Atlanta yesterday. Rev. G. A. Wright has gone to At 1anea. Mr. W. M. Wilson, of Peak, has inoved to Newberry. Maj. R. H. Welch, of Columbia. spent Sunday in Newberry. Mrs. R. H. Welch, of Columbia, is visiting at Mrs. Geo. I. C. McWhit *.rs. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Shealy, of Co lumbia, spent Sunday with relatives ir the city. Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Blease and .i-tile son, of Staunton. Va.. are visit irg- relatives and frineds in Newber Miss Edith Henderson has returned o Newberry, her school at Mt. Pleas -Nh having closed a very successful .sesston. VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT. Mr. R. P. Casey and family have moved to Seneca. -R,ev. and Mrs. J. W. Humbert have move into their cottage. The county board of equalization will meet with the auditor on Tues day. The rates for water and lights are published in another column by the board of commissioners. Mrs. Theo. Scarborough has re a~rn...

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 March 1905

0 2 .W VOL. XLII. NO.500 NEWBEIRRY. S. C.. FRID)AY MARCH 24,1I90-5. TWICE A'WE.$50AYA 0R. R. A. COOPER ELECTED SOLICITOR LIGHT VOTE IN PRIMARY ON TUESDAY. Official Result of Primary in This County Declared Yesterday Race in the Ninth. As the result of the democratic primary held on Tuesday, Mr. R. A. Cooper. of the Laurens bar, will he solicitor of the new eighth juricial circuit, composed of the counties of Newberry. Saluda, Abbeville, Green wood and Laurens. having defeated his opponent. Col. 0. L. Schumpert, by a decisive vote. The vote through out the circuit was light. In Newberry county only 32 boxes out of 44 have ben heard from, and the figures from the other counties in the circuit are as yet incomplete. On account of the very light vote which was polled, however, the vote yet to be heard from is not large, and the figures will not be materially, changed. The Herald and News figures late yesterday afternoon, which were the latest that could be,obtained from the various coun...

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. — 24 March 1905

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More of Less Interest Con densed Outside the State. Governor Fraz;er has been elected United States senator from Tennes see, to succeed :he late Senator Wm. B. Bate. Alton B. Parker has given out the statement that he will not consider any proposition to return to the bench of New York. Eight or nine lives were lost, a number of houses -ere destroyed and other property was damaged by a cy clone which swept across the south ern part of Randolph county, Ala., this week. A freight train on the Atlanta, Knoxville and Northern was wrecked near Jellico Junction. Tenn., on Tues day. The engineer and fireman were caught beneath the engine and roast ed to death. Andrew M. Griscom, of Philadel phia, who disappeared from Philadel phia several weeks ago and was sup posed to be in Europe. committed sui cide on March 19 by jumping over board at sea from the steamer Min netonka. The consolidation of the Southern Cotton association and the National Cotton association ha...

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. — 24 March 1905

PEONAGE DECISION. tates Judge Speer, of Geor Suggests its Very Wide Application. dge Emory Speer, in the United States court in Savannah on Monday confined his charge almost exclusive lv to a discussion of the peonage de cision handed down last week by the .upreme court of the United States in the case of Clyatt from Florida. Judge Speer said it may be long be fore that court will have the oppor tunity to render another opinion so vital to the future of our country. "It is salutary to the black man, but to the white man it is infinite lv more so. As to the la bor and liberty of every citi zen it nullifies that vicious prin -iple 'let him take who has the pow er, and let him keep who can.' It is true that it spares members of the negro race from a slavery to the reckless and the lawless, to the de- C genera:e and the unscrupulous; a slavery which, compared with that of our fathers, differs as widely as our conceptions of Paradise after and be fore the fall of our first parents. Butt ...

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 March 1905

E. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY MARCH 24, 1905. How about that union depot? We notice that the railroad commisioners have given the C.. N. & L. and the Seaboard ninety days in which to do something towards building a union depot at Clinton. If our people would unite on some plan we could have a nice new depot. too. We need it about as much as Clinton. The place is at the junction on Caldwell street. Col. Keitt's solution of the situa tion for the farmers is the correct one. It is what the Herald and News has advocated for many years. The farmer in this section of the south who raises on the farm all he needs for the farm and makes cotton his surplus crop will make some money farming with cotton at five cent, but if :his practice were followed cotton would not remain at five cents be cause there would be overproduc tion. In fact as we -rstand it one of the purposes of the present organi zation of the farmers is to ...

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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. — 24 March 1905

ROM EXCELSIOR. in Piester-Srrall Grain ing-Personal Men tion. _%celsi.r. Nlarch 3.-Miss Janie inard is v1isiting in Newberrv. Small grain is looking better since -the warm weather. M1r. J. 1. Sease has been confined to his room sick the past week. The fruit trees are blooming nicely It is hoped there will be a good crop of fruit this vear. Miss Dosia Epps, of Newberry, and Miss Halfacre. of St. Philips, are vis iting Miss Maggie Stone. This weather suits the early gar deners exactly. Olin Pie1er, son of MNr. A. B. Pies ter, died -a, Air. J. A. C. Kibler's home near here, on Thursday night, after only a few days illness with typhoid pneumonia, at the age of 14 years. The burial services were held at Bachman Chapel church on Friday afternoon, the services being conduct ed by his pastor. the Rev. P. H. E. Derrick. The remains were laid to rest in the cemetery near the church. Olin was a good boy and had the promise of a bright future. Sympa thy is extended to the bereaved fath er, rela...

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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. — 24 March 1905

RETURN OF FLAGS. Zcmmanding General of Veterans Expresses Appreciation of the Action of Congress. The following general orders, of particular interest to the Confederate veterans, have been issued by Gen. Le-e: Rdqrs. United Confed. Vets., New Orleans, March i, i9o5. General Orders No. 26. i. The general commanding feels that he would be derelict in his duty to his old comrades who have honor ed him in making him commander-in chief of this great federation did he not give expressioni to the feeling of satisfaction that fills the heart of every Confederate veteran in contem plating the heartiness and unanimity in which the national legislature pass ed the bill restoring the Confederate datle flag to :he several states. and the readiness with which the measure a approved by the president. This action is buit a fresh evidence that there are now in our grand country no sectional lines-no south, no north east or west: but that we are all Americans, devoted to one common country. 2. The g...

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. — 24 March 1905

MAN'S FLOWERS. ator Supervises the Planting And Working of Every Seed. Editorial Johnston News. We have read and heard so much of Senator B. R. Tillman's flower garden that we have for a long time wished for an opportunity to gratify our desire to visit his home and get a glimpse of his home life. Last Fri day our business called us to Tren ton, and having about an hour's leis ure time we walked out to Senator Tillman's elegant home. When we reached the gate we found him in his >wer yard, where we were inform ed he may be found at any hour dur ing the day. He greeted us cordially and in reply to our inquiry as to his health, he stated he had fully recover ed from his recent attack of the grippe. The senator's residence is a large double-story building. with a broad piazza the entire length in frcnt. and is probably three or four hundred yards from the road. There is a grove of large oaks between the road and the flower yard, which is immed iatelv in front of the residence. Every ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 24 March 1905

GRADED SCHOOL TRUSTEES. Wiy Present Board "Has Not Or dered And Can Not Order" The Election. To the Citizens of the Newberry School District: Acting under in structions of the board of trustees of this school district, we herewith pub lish for the information of the citi .zens oi this district the opinior -,& F. L. Bynum, Esq., and U. X. Gunter. Jr., attorney general, as explanatory of the legal position the board finds it self in and the reason why this board 'has not ordered and can not order the -election provided for in the amending act of the school law passed at the re cent session of the legislature. Newberry. S. C.. March 10, 1905. '1r. Alan Johnstone. Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the New berry School District, Newberry, S. C.--Dear Sir: Replying to your in qtury as to whether your board of t.ru-tees created by and organized un der the Act incorporating your school district, approved December 23d, .8S9, is vested with any powers and charged with any duties in con...

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. — 28 March 1905

.An eOL. aw 1R9T zu . VOL. XLII. NO. 51 NEWBERRY, S. 0., TUESDAY MARCH 28, 1905, TWICE A WEEX, $1.50 A YEAR A W 0 IHA 0 BE We W Sale of That w Ask F 0 BLACK DRESS G * Iot Black an * Goods, rnclu * Cloth, Voiles, 0* de Paris and + worth $1.25, v yard. + I lot black ar * worth 85c., w * yard. * Ilot FancyV< * week price 4z 0* llot Jap Silk. * yard. * lIot 36 in. w * Soir and Taffi * yard worth$i 0* 88c.yard. S* Pos No HAJ 0 *e*e+@+e+@ee eek of S P -a A' IR & H GINNING EON AT 9 O' ill Start the i Spring & Sni as Ever Offero or These. U D00 AND SILKS, Milnery,l i Colored Qress Thursday i ding Panama will display Batiste, Crepe creations of fii all new weaves for Ladies ai ~ll ew wave that brain and teek price 85c. design for the uMohair Spring and Su eek price 54c. so 0 or ready-to-w yiIe and Mohair, one in the 1o1 ac. y d. than$1.50to a week price 45c. day's price 98 All the ne~ arranted Poi de in.rmroidE ~ta Silk, every wide, Wednes .5O, week price 10c. yd. Be on itively No...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 28 March 1905

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. t I .( Of Items of More of Less Interest Con densed Outside the State. th Y Four deaths and numerous iniuries to other persons resulted on Saturday V fron storms throughout the Indian Ja Territory. tr Lieut. R. E. Peary's Artic steam- d ship has been successfully launched 4 at Bucksport, Me. She was christen ed "Roosevelt" by Mrs. Peary. While returning to Georgiana, Fla, is from Ocean Beach on Saturday five persons were drowned. The party tc was in a boat, which was r .sized by a squall. A dispatch from Tacoma, Wn., says that Albert F. Bell, one of the most noted mail piuch robbers in the United States, has made a successful dash for liberty at the United States prison on McNeil's island. Lewis Lyons, the son of a former clothing merchant, but through diss- C pation much reduced in circumstanc- iT es, was hanged in New Orleans or. Friday for the murder of Former District Attorney J. Ward Curley. ni e 1903- S Jules Verne died in Amiens, France, on Friday. He had ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 28 March 1905

AW ABSOLUTELY PROHIBITS PAYMENT -TEMENT FROM THE COUNTY ATTORNEY. Position of the County Board in the Matter of the Good Roads Machinery Debt. Editor The Herald and News: I vnclose you a copy of communication this day forwarded to the Observer as to the good roads machinery, which I would be glad for you to publish, as I deem it to be a matter of public interest. Respectfully, Fred H. Dominick, Clerk and Attorney. To the Editor of the Observer, Newberry, S. C.-Dear Sir: I have read with some interest and more surprise your editorial in yo.:. issue Cf the 24th inst.. headed "Pay the Jebt." in which you state that the c luntv of Newberry is morally bour pay the debt incurred in 'he pur ciase of the good roads machinery, and intimate that the debt should be paid. no matter whether it be legally binding upon the county or not. I amvery sorry that this matter has ccme or: .iust at the present time. and top)I 'ally j: rth incomlete man -ier that it has. and I would have been glad if you h...

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 March 1905

E.H. AULL. .1DITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1905. The Graded School Matter. The Herald and News does not propose to have anything to say in regard to the graded school matter further than to advise that all con cerned lay aside any personal feel ings and do that which is best for the school. Now that the county board of education says it will follow the opinion of the attorney general and the assistant attorney general says it is clearly the duty of the county board to order the election- we pre sume the election .will be ordered. The opinion in writing is promised by Wednesday. It would have saved. all this trouble if the new law had made it specific for some one to or der the election. but as it did not and if the attorney general advies. as we presume he will, that it is the duty of the county board to order the elec tion, the matter should close with that and all good citizens go to work to elect a good board and ...

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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 March 1905

. Shelton Garrett. re called u1p-n to pay of respect to the held very near and elton Garre t was born ber 7. !i, and was called r us March 22. 1905. making his rilgrimage on earth 92 yea rr)nths and i15 days. He - ice married. In 187 he was .-red to Miss Rachel Jones, to which union I were born six children, two of whom have long since crossed the dark and mystic river of (Leath. He was mar ried in 1861 to \liss Elizabeth Der rick, to which union no children were born. He leaves four children, twelve grandchildren and five great-grand- r children, together with a host of rel atives and friends to mourn his de parture. "Uncle Shelt." was one of our nob lest citizens. 1ie was ever ready to I help the poor and distressed. Though disabled 'by age for a num ber of years. he still had the will to see that his farm work was going on and to do all he could to aid those in the discharge of this duty. He visit ed his neighbors as long as he could go. and "Mr. Garrett" was a wel coined guest w...

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. — 28 March 1905

V DISORDEREI STOMACHS CAN BE MADE STRON AND ACTIVE QUICKLY AND WHEN NO CURE-NO PA'A We take all the chances, but as ti -tbances of failure are so small, we e mot hesitate for a moment in guarante ing that "Seven Barks" will cure at ease of disordered stomach, indigesti( or liver complaint. Don't take oi word for it. If you are ailing from at form of trouble. emanating from tl -stomach, bowels. liver or kidneys. ca -at our store and we will give you a fu .ize bottle of "Seven Barks." Depos 50 (ents as an evidence of good faith .the,. take the remedy as directed. If Ack-s not do all that is claimed or yc ar, :or any reason dissatisfied, brir tL-: ciupty or partly used bottle ba( X.- get the 50 cents you deposite Thii is certainly fair and is an eXCE '- opportunity for our customers 1 a,-ouainted with one of the be, :ren:dies in the world. Fire Insurance We will in-sure your Frarr D Kelling for only sixty cents o the hundred dollars, (not e> posed), or better still, one rio lar and ...

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. — 28 March 1905

Into Vernacular. mon. tham Slow had stror o what he called "the ne r's high talk." Since his se ent over the Clamtown paris Cap'n Jotbam had been heard i(. s, that "church was for them that neei ed it," and his conduct seemed to in ply that he was not of that number Cap'n Jot h-an's own language w of a primitive -and unadorned variet and nothing p;1a-ed him more than chance to translate the minister's r marks to Cap'n Wilson Pegg. ti best Clamtown story teller. Cap Pegg was deaf, and the minister voice often failed to reach him. One night at a neighborhood gati ering Cap'n Pegg in the course of vivid narrative had referred to "tl big fire." "Was it the consensus of opinion said the minister in a mild and ine fectual tone, "that the conflagratic was the reselt of some accident or tl work of an incendiary?" "Hey?" said Cap'n Pegg, starin dully at the minister and then turnin to his faithful friend for light. "What he wants to know," calle Cap'n Slow in his shrillest tone, whether the ...

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. — 28 March 1905

TR1E ELECTION OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES DUTY OF COUNTY BOARD TO ORDER ELECTION. Assistant Attorney General Stated That as His Opinion-Chairman Johnstone's Statement. That it is the duty of the county board of education to order the elec tion for five trustees of the New berry graded schools. provided tor m. the amending Act passed at the last session of the general assembly, was the opinioni expressed by Assistant Attorney General W. H,. Townsend. in a telephone communication wi:h a I gentleman in Newberry, held on Sat urday. at the request of the county superintendent of education. The attorney general's office has as vet rendered no written opinion in the matter. Couny Superintendent of Education J. S. Wheeler was in Columbia yesterday morning, but at that time the opi ;on had not been prepared. Mr. Wheeler was promis ed that he 1-ould receive the written opinion on Wednesday. He stated yesterday after his return from Co lumbia that he would be bound in his action solely by this opinion....

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. — 31 March 1905

VOL. XT,I. NO. 52 NEWBERRY. S. 0.. FRIDAY LVIA RCH 31t 11905. TWICE A WEKN150AVK W WAHOUSE FELL OF ITS OWN WEIGHT NO ONE WAS SERIOUSLY IN JURED. The News of Prosperity-Mr. An drew Ham Painfully Injured Other Matters. Prosperity, March 30.-We are glad to see Mr.' A. P. Dominick on our streets again after several weeks of sickness. Mrs. C. M. Boyd has gone on a visit to her parents at Due West. Messrs. R. C. Counts, J. M. Werts and Miss Addie Werts went over to Saluda Sunday to attend the funeral of Miss Essie., daughter of Mr. T. Samuel Werts. Mr. Werts has bur .ed two children since the holidays. The Loyal Temperapce Legion, under the care of Mrs. Roebec Sing ley, will give an entertainment. on April 28. This will be an opportunity to encourage a good cause. Mrs. Amanda Bowers, wife of Mr. J. Pat Bowers, quietly entered into rest on Tuesday, March 27, aged 65 years, 5 months and 7 days. She was married to Mr. Bowers in August, 1873. She was a consistent member of Wightman Chapel. Th...

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. — 31 March 1905

warded him before the county board met on Thursday. County Superin tendent Wheeler stated upon his re turn from Columbia that his board would be bound in its action solely by this opinion. On Wednesday the written opinion was received, signed by Attorney General Gunter. After review[ng the law, the attorney general reaches the opinion that under the status of affairs the county board of education is without jurisdiction, thus reversing the verbal opinion expressed by As sistant Attorney General Townsend. There the matter stands. It seems probable n.ow that the election will not be ordered. One opinion of the attorney general's office has stated that the board of trustees is not re quired to order the election and an other opinion has stated that the county board of education is not re quired to order the election. Attorney General Gunter's opinion, in which it is held that the county board of education is without Juris dicaion. is as follows: Attorney General's Opinion. Columbia. Ma...

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. — 31 March 1905

VIEW ITEMS. hool Progressing Nicely i ge Bells-Other Matters. t -rview. March 30.-This section en having some pretty spring er for farmers to begin their t t rip seems to b, the order of the Mrs. J. A. Baker. who was confined her bed for a week or two, it is f ratifying to state is now up again. s Mrs. L. D. Morris, who was con fined to her room, is improving nice- C 'ly. Mr. M. MA. Baker and wife spent Sunday with his brother, Mr. M. L. Baker. Uncle Whit Tolbert is critically ill :at present, but it is hoped he will soon be out again. Miss Anna George spent Saturday night with Mr. John Riddle and fami- 5 School at Fairview is still progres sing nicely with Miss Sallie Pugh as teacher. Miss Lula Morris spent Saturday b in Prosperity with her grandmother t Mrs. J. C. Moore. c Miss Irene Moore spent Sunday e with Miss Leila Baker. Y Miss Lola Bedenbaugh, accompai ed by Miss Lizzie Moore, spent Fri- r day night with Mr. Jim Wise's fami- i ly. Mr. John Mills and wife spent last a Sunday...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
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