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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 31 March 1905

E. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1905 "Pay your editor in advance," is the caption of an editorial in the Newberry Herad and News. Oh that we had an editor! One to "smooth down," eradicate the "rough places," eliminate "wrong fonts" and con struct a symmetrical head. How a little judicious blue-penciling would improve the average individual!-The State. It is a great pity that the State is without an editor and we sympathize with it very deeply. The plea for one is really heartrending. Ve are so sorry. The electric light line has been cx tended to Mollohon mill and one or two lights have been pu on the hili beyond the corporate limits of the citv. We are glad to see the lights being extended. There ought to be another light between the two de pots and some more are needed in West End. Ion E. Mitchell Seabrook, oi Edi sto Island. is announced as a candi date for lieutenant governor' He is a farmer, and has had...

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. — 31 March 1905

Palmetto Bank & TruE not in hand, nor assess , nor in process of co) .come either fron cas ,. licec - .rw er. S::.:en- 1.. pay sai addition .: .-r<inarv eN of the : T:at the tot of the : :,ron all source uly ii:h. ;m. un:il the terr council In otice expire, il, 1903. x:- S1376.8.. That th -income :,e town from a rces from 11: jnlv. 1002. to th t day of Decemher. I902. was $r, -52. Thus .: will h- ;b n that th an of Siooo.oc -xa- :> t *i excess c he income for the town from Jul: I1th to December 31st. 1902. Now. at the commencement of th fiscal year 1903-4. April 22d. the cas] hook of the council show In cash on hand $211.7 the :otal income of the year, outsid 0 cash on hand. S1505 21. and includ 'ng cash Si8o6.oz:. t- April 2(6th. Igo The expenditure, for the fiscal yea .-03-4 were $1743.o6. of which 162.0 were paid 23rd June. 1903, in full o note for Si,o.oo and interest: $6oo.o 7th January. 1903. in full of note t the Bank of Prosperity up4n whicl council had received $3...

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. — 31 March 1905

MYFTO-RY OF THE MAINE. An Alleged Explanation by Rosseau, The Bomb Maker-He Tells an Interesting Story. That the battle ship Maine, through an error, was destroyed by a bomb of his manufacture was th.e statement made by Gessler Rosseau in the Tombs prison in New York. Rosseau was convicted of having sent explosives to the Cunard Line pier, this city, in May, 1903. He made the following statement: -For several years, while the Cu ban partriots were struggling against Weyler, I watched the contest with deep interest and sympathy. I de cided to go to Jacksonville and do what I could to assist the revolution .ists. I started from St. Louis, where I had been living the early part of 3897. .Before taking a train for the south I got together the material for the construction of two exploding ma chines of tremendous power, so ar ranged that they could be wound up and left in a selected place, with the certainity that they would go off with terrible destruction within a few hours. .At New Or...

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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. — 31 March 1905

NEWS NOTES. ore of Less Interest Con- I sed Outside the State. Admiral Robley D: Evans will e cO-1 :. : (f tl.h- ' -rtlb \A n et todav. t ree m cii k.r kill--d .utrigb ano ther fatally injured by an c\'-b n in a powder mill near Troy, N. -, on Tt:e-%i.. The business ptirtion f Faunsdale, Ala., was'practically wiped ou. by fire on Monday. The approximate loss is given at $55,ooo. Mrs. Cassie L. Chadwick has been t sentenced to ten years in the Ohio state penitentiary. An appeal has been taken in her case. Four men were killed near Clarks ville, Tenn., onl Monday, when a string of freight cars running wild crashed into a freight train. It is stated on authority that it is z probable the Southern railway will begin the use of motor cars on sever- a al of its :mall branch lines within t the near future. Thomas Blackburn. a well known iarmer of \\Warrior. Ala.. was burned to death in a cell in the town lock-up, '3y a fire of his own making, in an at .empt to c_,ape from jail. John Parks ...

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. — 31 March 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Aull, of Jalapa, -spent yesterday in Newberry. Mrs. Geo. T. Reid is in the city the guest of Mrs. W. A. McSwain. Mrs. T. C. Pool and Mrs. Geo. S. -Mewer .spent Wednesday in Colum *bia: - - -- -. Mr. J. L. Wilson, of Cross Anchor, -s in the city the guest of Dr. Van .smith. .Mrs. .M. L. Gantt, of Abbeville, is Aisiting friends and relatives in New berry. Miss Gussie Kibler, of Atlanta, is visiting her sister, Mrs. William Johnson. Mr. C. C. Langston, editor of th Anderson Intelligencer and secretary 3f the State Press association, is in the city. S. C. DePass. Esq.. a prominent and able young lawyer of the Union bar, was in Newberry on Monday and appeared before Chief Justice Pope in the case of Jeter vs. Jeter. Messrs. J. P. Wilson, L. G. Esk ridge and J. C. Duncan, of this city, Tecei-ved the Knights Templar degree in Columbia on Wednesday night. TEh-e conclave was also atten...

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. — 4 April 1905

ZIA. VOL. LII. NO. 53 EWBEIRRY, S. 0., TUESDAY APRIL 41 1905. TWICE A WEEK' 150AYA ILKJ FW Newberry' s I + Of everything for M + Merchandise every ing the mighty arm3 merchandise from t we always sell it ch( + in the year at Sumr + plied bargain reapel + better prepared tha + to the greatest stor * Dry Goods Depai Or the Ladies' favorite shopping place. '1 * broader day by day that we sell the finest + Goods, etc., that can be bought in the I nothing too good for the lovely wives and Sunny Sotith- We offer this week at barg display of Dress Goods loveliness. Such I tempting prices you can't afford to stay av g Dress Goods! Dress ( + 15 pieces fine Mohair, sheds the dust and w 20 pieces fine Melrose, cheap at 50C., one v 5 pieces Cream Mohair, worth every penn3 week 59c. yd. 5 bolts wont split, 36 in. Black Taffeta, $x. 5 bolts Peau de Soie, 36-in. Black Silk, $ 5 pieces 37-in. refinished Jap Silk to scare 5 pieces 32-in. Taffeta, black, 24C. yd., ask 7 pieces 32-in. Taffeta, white, ...

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. — 4 April 1905

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More of Less Interest Con densed Outside the State. H. B. Spencer has succeed, _ C. H. Ackert as general manager of the Southern railway, the latter becom ing fourth vice-president. It has been announced that An drew Carnegie has offered the Uni versity of North Carolina $5o,ooo fol a library, provided the friends of the institution raise a similar amount. 1 is said this will be done. The remains of Miss Mildred Lee, youngest daughter of General Rob ert E. Lee, have been placed in a crypt in the Lee mausoleum at Wash ingtor and Lee university, where resi the remains of General Lee, his wif( and daughter. After long and distinguished service Rear Admiral A. S. Barker, comman der in chief of the North Atlantic fleet. hauled down his flag on Friday on the Kearsage and w?s placed or the retired list of the navy. Rear_Ad miral Evav ee--;Adniral Barkei in command of the fleet, and has se lected the Maine for his flagship. J. Morgan Smith and hiz wife were arre...

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. — 4 April 1905

LITTLE MOUNTAIN OIL MILL. The Bulding Being Given Fresh Coat of Paint-Woman's Mis sionary Society. Little Mountain, April 3.-The Woman's Home and Foreign Mis si,-nary society held its regular monthly meeting on the fourth Sun day night. The theme for consider ati-n was "The seed time." A num ber of passages of scripture were re cited explanatory of the sections of the subject, and an address was made by Prof. J. R. Unger bearing on what kind of seed we are sowing. The ad dress, though short, was to the point, as he gave some sound advice as to the moulding of character. The Little Mountain Oil Mill com pany is giving its building a coat of paint, which adds very much to their appearance. They would urge that all those who wish to make the ev --hange of seed for hulls and meal would bring them by April 5, as they will close down for the season after this week. Mr. J. J. Shealy, who has been studying telegraphy under the agent here, Mr. Derrick, has gone to Ches ter, where he will con...

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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. — 4 April 1905

E. H. AULL. EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C.. as second class matter. TUESDAY. APRIL 4. 1905 President F. H. Hyatt, of the cot ton growers' association, made the statement in his speech in Columbia on Saturday as quo:etdt in teh News and Courier that there were on file in his office pledges from 61.ooo- farms to reduce the acreage in cotton 25 per cent. as required by the associa tion. That is a very large per cent. of the farmers of this state if not all of them. The tag tax last year was greater than ever in the history of this tax.: amonming to Si8.ooo. This year it is already over 8100.ooo and it is stat ed will probably, gn beyond 1Si 30.000. It all g es to Clemsoni co.lee. This Will give ClemC CI: n some S12.000 miire from this source than she has ever received,. The caleniatcn f the p. 'i tic,ans as to the c(.st a' e); cating at these state institu it - ns will b.ve to be revised and increased and the question asked with emphasis, lH ow is that for a reco...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 4 April 1905

SA 0 Oop(ured Its Really Amus chants of Newber their way to Mir Mimnaugh advert e It has never been the r + starts Wecinesday moi 0 WEDNESD These Pric< BARGAINS IN DRESS GOODS. 40 in. White lawn worth ioc., special, 1o yds. to each customer, 5c. yd. 2 cases fine colored Batiste, worth ioc., special, 12 yds. to a customer, 5c. 2 bales 40 in. Sea Island worth 7c., special, 20 yds to a customer, 5c. yd. 2 cases 36 in. Percales, worth ioc., special, io yds. to a customer, 5c. yd. ioo pieces 44 in. Persian Lawn, worth 25C., special, 12 yds. to a customer 13Xc. yd1 ioo doz. large Huck Towels, worth 25c., special, 6 to each customer, 123%c. each. * ioo doz. large Huck Towels, worth 2oc , spe 0 cial 6 to a customer, 10c. each. 150 doz. Ladies' Ribbed Vests, large sizes, * worth roc., special, 6 only to each customer, 5c. * each. * Big Clothing Sale, Second Floor, for Men, + Boys and Children. * Read every line and note every price. * 500 Men'... Fine Suits, worth $6.oo and $7-50, * speci...

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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. — 4 April 1905

IT'S A WONDERFUI REMEDY rCSTS NOTHING TO TIE ,gecal Druggists Guarant, Its Efficacy or Make No Charge We want everybody suffering fr 7ay disorder of the stomach, bowels iver to call at our store and get a f *-we bottle of 'Seven Barks"-the gr Veriman stomach and liver regulat As :n evidence of good faith. we asi 4eposit of 50 cents-but if after tak 2cording to directions, the rem( -does not accomplish all that is claim veurn the empty or partly used bol -nd your money will be cheerfi banded back. We could not afford to make a gu antee of this kind, were we not posit of -our position. "Seven Barks" is i :an untried remedy. It has been on, -nai-ket for 35 years with astonish snecess. ~Tlere is no remedy on earth t keree its friends longer than ''Sei ELrts.' There are thousands of Am 5=en families never without a bot maor have they been without for .years. Grandmothers, mothers 2 -vdlren are all enthusiastic in th -Inais. Don't postpone calling for .1ImMe. You will.not regret it. Fire ...

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. — 4 April 1905

Make Your Own Ice Cream. There has ist b n plaed in all the grocery sWores, a new prepe-rat4Ca -:a Jel-C lee Cream POWDER which is meetng with great lavor. m it enables everyone to make ioe v-uix in-their own bome wi th e ryliW etroubi-Ev E &iginthepack efor mak ing two quartsofdeirkmele-e~cream. If yvur grocer caspply you eudtao-Irtwopko-s.4.ymail. Van -la,Choae rwi . =ZflatvoreAddres The Genesee Pure . ,t or, I .3 .Y. When the Bundle Comes Back WITH EVERY PIECE, PURE, SWEET, SPOTLESS, WHITE, WELL WASHED. NICELY STARCHED. NEATLY IRONED AND NOTHING TORN. You Are Well Pleased, TiHAT'S JUST THE KIND OF WORK The Newberry Steam Laundry Co. Turns Out. CAN'T WE CALL FOR YOUR BUNDLE AND DELIVER IT FREE. LISTEN! I HEAR SOUNDS OF WED DING BELLS, AND IF YOU WILL LOOK IN OUR SHOW WINDOW AS YOU PASS BY YOU WILL SEE A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF STERLING SILVER AND CUT GLASS SUITABLE FOR WED DING GIFTS. WE HAVE JU~ST ADDED TO OUR STOCK A LINE OF STERLING SILVER AND WILL BE GLAD TO HAVE YOU CALL AND S;...

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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. — 4 April 1905

PLEDGES REPORTED. Executive Committee of Cotton Growers Association Has Re cord of 45 pledges Signed. At the meeting of the executive -ommittee of the Southern Cotton association of Newberry county. held in the court house yesterday morn -ing, reports were received from the various committees appointed to can vass for pledges from the cotton planters to reduce the acreage and the use of fertilizers this year twenty dive per cent. The number of pledg es reported was 450. reports being :eceived from only 26 of the 57 school districts in the county. It is probable that the number of pledges which have actually been signed is much greater. The showing is very encour aging, and the committee will con iimue the work. Adjournment was taken subject to the call of the chair man. The following members of the .zommittee were present: President R. T. C. Hunter: Town ship No. i, G. F. Long: No. 2. A. J. Gibson; No. 4. J. M. Suber: No. 5, -H. L. Parr: No. 6. H. H. Abrams: No. 8, J. H. Boulware: N...

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 April 1905

VOL. XLII. NO. 54 NEWBERRY. S. C.. FRIDAY APRIL 7, 1905.-. TWICE A WEEK. $1.50 A YEAR SITINGS IND DOINGS OF PROSPERITY PEOPLE APPROACH OF THE COM MENCEMENT SEASON. Crops Looking Well-The Literary Sorosis-Selling Cotton- Per sonal and Otherwise. Prosperity, April 6.-The gentle showers of April have fallen and crops and gardens are looking fine Some of our early gardeners are eat ing radishes, etc., already. Say, Mr. Editor, you came very near getting your humble scribe into great trouble, and with the ladies of the Sorosis. As you know, your cor respondent has been particular to give all the news of our town and last week, when we had taken such pains to write up the banquet of the Liter ary Sorosis, that you should leave it out! I know that you explained to me that the paper was full and you could only put in two columns but that you should leave out such an im portant matter! Of course we had to do the best we ccid and promised amends for it in the future, and we want to give the o...

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 April 1905

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More of Less Interest Con densed Outside the State. President Roosevelt left Washing ton oui Ionday morning on a specia train for a trip through the south west. The special train was one o: the.finest the Pennsylvania road evei sent out of Washington. S. M. Nixon, a prominent politi cian and lawyer of Lockhart, Tex. died on Monday of apoplexy induced by nervous collapse. His trial on th< charge of murdering two men in z street fight a year ago had been se1 for the day on which he died. Some fifty miners were entombe( on Tuesday in Joseph Leiter's min< at Zeigler, Ill., by a terrific explo sion of gas. It is believed more thar thirty of the miners were instantl3 killed. The bodies of the dead, wher recovered. were so blackened thei could not at once be identified. The Alabama railroad commissioi has peremptorily ordered the South ern railway to build at Mobile, Ala. a union passenger station to cost ap proximately a quarter of a milliol dollars, and...

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 April 1905

ought Atef Din ner To er and One is Dangerously Injured. A dispatch from Greenville says that Thomas Austin, a well known resident of Greenville, vas perhaps mortally wounded in a fight with Thomas Ross, a well known plumber, Sunday afternoon in Tanner & Wood's livery stable on west Wash ington street. Autin and Ross prior to the difficul tv are said to have been the best of friends. Ross dined with Austin at the latter's home on Washington stret Sunday, and everything was go ing along smoothly between the two men until they engaged in a scuffle, and Austin, becoming angry struck Ross several bloWs in the face. Ross is a good-natured man, and it is said it takes a great deal to provocate him. He became angry, however, at the rough treatement Austin gave him, 'and picked up a rake leaning against the wall nearby. Austin continued ta abuse him, and he struck him a blow over the head with the rake,. which will probably prove fatal. At the time it was thought Austin was not badly in...

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 April 1905

E. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1905. The Cotton Situation. The report of the executive com mittee on Monday showed that much progress had been made in securing signatures to the agreement among the farmers to reduce the acreage in cotton, but there were still some who had not signed. Reports from all the cotton states indicate that the reduction in acreage is general. If that is correct the fight is won. The last report by the gin ners shows that -:he last crop is over thirteen and a half million bales and that being true makes the surplus over two million bales. If there is not a reduction this year and the crop should reach twelve million bales the price is bound to go down. This movement by the farmers has been to a great extent the cause for the price remaining at what it has for the past two months. When it is known that the farmers intend to stand to the movement to reduce the acreage and it is actual...

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 April 1905

SEEN IN NEWBERRY. Local Editor of Associate Reformed Presbyterian Writes of Trip to This City. Mr. R. S. Galloway, local editor .of the Associate Reformed Presbyter ian, Due West. was in Newberry on last Friday in attendance upon the Newberry-Erskine base ball game. Speaking of the game, of the treat ment accorded the Erskine team while in Newberry, of -severaP of his friends whom he met in Ne;berry and what they are doing. Mr. Gallo way in the local columns of the As sociate Reformed Presbyterian of this week. says: "The Erskine team played New berry last week and were beaten. The first of the game gave an exhibition ,,f pretty playing. After that the Erskine team got rattled and went to pieces. the score resulting 19 to 4. Most of the Erskine boys are young and never played off ;heir own grounds before. This is their first season at ball. The two teams play here Thursday evening and our boys expect t4 make a better showing. They defeated the Newberry team in three straight games l...

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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 April 1905

M'LAURIN We Urged Farmers to "Stand Pat" A:nd Hold Cotton-Southern Man for President. Famer United States Senator Jno. 1. McLaurin delivered an address to the farmers of Sumter on Monday, in -which he urged them to "stand pat," holding their cotton for -better prices, and caring for K in warehouses, until ,they. are prepared to sell. Referring 'to the wonderful development of the south Mr. McLaurin said that the nime had come for the people of this section to nominate and elect a presi -4ent of the United States. a man who would not be hampered by standing on a."tinkered platform." Speaking of the holding question Mr. McLaurin said: It i-s a pleasure to me to address ..-a strictly non political body of my .7ellow citizens. 1i is a good thing for a man or people to look the truth squarely in ne face, see things as they are, not as pictured by vanity, ambition or a disordered imagination. When Jesus Christ came on thi: ,earth, he did not come with a mes sage to any particular race or ...

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 April 1905

LANGDON L. BOOZER. 'I Short Sketch of His Life and Un timely Death. Langdon Luther Boozer, old est child of Luther D. and Emma A. Boozer, was born in the lower part of New berry county, near Prosperity, Sep tember 23, 1883, and was killed at Chester by W. E. Perry March 27, 1905. His earthly life covered the brief span of 21 years, 6 months, and 4 days, but his was a life that left a record of uprightness of character, honesty, and truthfulness that may well be emulated by all, both young and old. He was always in the Sun day School from the time he could re cite a lesson, and united with the Zion Methodist church when ' was thirteen years old. His father m '-ed to a farm in Laurens county, near Kinards. three or four years ago and since that. time the family has been identified with Sharon Methodisct church, at Kinards. Langdon clerked in the Blalock store at Goldville for about a year, but in June, 1904, he went to Wylie Cotton mills at Chester as junior partner and manager of the...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
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