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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 7 April 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. 7he Movements of Many People, I Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mr. W. Aug. Shealy, of Leesville, was in Newberry yesterday. Mr. Antine Buzhardt is having his suburban residence attractively paint The -Rev. George A. Wright will - preach at Enoree on Sunday after noon at 3.30 o'clock. City Clerk T. 0. Stewart has been confined to his home with sickness .Ior the past several days. Dr. James A. B. Scherer will -preach in Thompson Street A. R. P. churc'h on Sabbath morning at II o'clock. The annual meeting of the New berry board of trade will be held in :ity council chamber on April IS. the third Tuesday. The Rev. A. J. Bowers, D. D.. will -preach at Bethlehem on next Sun day, April 9. at IT o'clock a. m. The public is cordially invited. There was a considerable drop in temperature on Wednesday night, and early yesterday morning the thermometer registered at 44. Jf more of the property holders would paint the fronts of their stores in ,Main street the appe;.....

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. — 11 April 1905

V LWS 0 E AY P L 1 5 $1. -VOL. XL II. NO. 55 NEWBERRY. S. C., TUESDAY APRIL 11, 1905,. TWICE A WEE,$.0AYA NEW NATIONAL CAPITAL. Seat of Executive Government Mov ed to Fort Worth, Texas. Fort Worth, Texas, April io.-In a suite of rooms on the parlor floor of Hotel Worth, the executive seat of the United States government has been temporarily established. Offi cial mail, intended for the eyes of President Roosevelt, is directed to this apartment and, in the absence of the president, who is hunting coyotes and jack rabbits over the Kiowa and Comanche reservation, in Oklahoma, such mail is given attention by Sec retary Loeb. Most of this business will be acted on by the secretary and -directed to various departments in Washington, where it originated. That which requires the personal su pervision of the president will have to wait until Thursday, for it is not until then that communication will be had with the hunting party. Secretary Loeb expects to receive word from the president to r...

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. — 11 April 1905

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More of Less Interest Con densed Outside the State. The battleship Minnesota was suc cessfully launched at Newport News on Saturday. A $55,000 fire was caused at Harri sonburg, Va., on Saturday by an ex plosion of matches. A loving cup was presented to President Roosevelt after a banquet by the citizens of Dallas, Tex.,. last week. King Edward, of England, visited Paris last week, and his arrival was the occasion for a notable manifesta tion of Anglo-French corliality. Four persons were killed in a ten ement house in New York on Thurs day by illuminating gas. The gas had escaped from a defectice gas stove. A report from Lahore, India, says that four hundred and seventy men of Gurkha regiment were buried alive as a result of the earthquake at the hill station of Dharmsala. Mrs. Roosevelt and her four child ren, who have been cruising in soith ern waters on the president's yacht for several days, left Jacksonville on Saturday afternoon for Washington. The ...

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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. — 11 April 1905

B. H. MILLER INTENDANT. Election For Town Officers of Little Mountain-Woodmen of the World. Little Mountain, March io-Signs and wonders. Our hoary heads tell us that a calm March is indication of a blustry April. Spring has made her appearance and verdure clothes the fertile vale, but preparations for plant ing have been retarded, and the pre diction is that Jack Frost will "nip" things in the bud about the 23rd. Snow fell here freely on April 6, but nothing was injured by the frost on the following morning. The farmers of this section are us ing for fertilizer principally cotton seed meal, as they believe this will yield better results. This is a stand it is gratifying to see our farmers take, for by so doing they will pat ronize home industry and thereby build up their country. There was a town election held here on April 8 for intenlant and four wardens, which resulted as fol lows: B. H. Miller, intendant; Messrs. J. K. Derrick and J. E. Shea ly wardens. Messrs. J. B. Derrick, S....

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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. — 11 April 1905

IE. H. AULL. KDET1. Entered at t"ie Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. TUESDAY, APRIL ii, z9o5. The city council should build a new bridge over the railroads on Boundarv street. It should be a steel bridge. The bridge that is there now has the appearance of being dangerous, and if it is not dangerous the dilapidated appearance of the bridge is sufficient to cause the erec tion of a new one. Maybe it is the duty of the railroads to keep this bridge in repair. If so let city coun cil inform the railroads that a new steel bridge is the thing we want. There are now six candidates for governor in this state. Six is going to be an unlucky number-for at least five of them.-Anderson Mail. You will have to revise your figur es. Or maybe it has been one or two days since you made up your calcula tions. Editor Creighton. of the Christian Appeal, is pouring some hot shot in to some of those in authority in his church. He seems to be after the presiding elders and the method...

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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. — 11 April 1905

THE RED MEN. Representatives of Bergell Tribe Left Yesterday For Meeting of Great Council. The representatives of Bergell tribe, No. 24, Improved Order of Red Men, this city, left yesterday after noon for Anderson to attend the meeting of the great council of South Carolina. The great council will be called to order this morning at 9 o'clock and will continue in session for two days. In the party from Bergell tribe, which left yesterday for Anderson, were Great Senior Sagamore Cole. L. Blease; J. H. Hair, great representa tive of the great council of the United States; Otto Klettner, chairman of the finance committee; the Rev. J. H. Graves, chairman of the committee on state of the order; S. G. Carter, great guard of the wigwam: Past Sachems T. 0. Stewart and J. B. Leonhardt, representatives of Ber gell tribe: and- Past Sachems E. S. Werts. John M. Taylor, J. M. Guin, Dr. Van Smith and 1. 0. Burton. A. J. Holt. of Whitmire, is also an offi cer of the grand lodge, being chair man of ...

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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. — 11 April 1905

HORROR IN CHATHAM9 VA. Widow Fatally Poisons her Daugh ter and Son, and Then Kills Herself. A special from Chatham, Va., un der date of Saturday, says: As the result of a most horrible mistake Mrs. Nannie Bowe lies dead at her home near Concord church nine miles from this place, with a bul let wound through her heart, shot by her own hand; her 12-year-old daugh ter, Winnie, lies dead in the same room from an overdose 0 ,strychnine, accidentally adminis tered by her mother in the place of quinine, and hei ten-year-old son, Cabell, is desperate ly ill in adjoining room from strych nine poison administered in a like manner. J. T. Hall, who lives near the Bowe home, was aroused from his slum bers early this morning by the screams of a woman. Mr. Hall anc his son at once repaired to the Bowe home. They were met at the door b3 the woman. who told them she had killed her children by mistake. Mrs Bowe also stated that after learning of her fatal error she had herself tak e both strychnine 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. — 11 April 1905

GEN LEE'S DAUGHTER. Defended in Italy' by Carolinians Columbian Fought an Ital ian. The death of Miss Mildred Lee, the younger daughter of Gen. Robert E. Lee, says the Columbia State, re calls an incident in which several South Carolinians played a most worthy part in defending the other daughter of the Confederacy's gratc military chieftain. In the year 1878 Messrs. W. A. Clark and John T. Sloan of Colum bia and the late D. A. Parker Jordan of Greenwood, with Dr. Roberts ol Georgia, were making a tour of Itatly and were staying at a botel in Naples at which Miss Mary Lee with a lady from New York chanced to be guests. Miss Lee had just come over from the African coast. It was summer and very warm in Naples. Miss Lee in handling the candle with which her room was lighted accidentally set fire to the netting of the bed and the tapestry in the room. The fire was quickly extinguished and the damage was inconsiderable. Mr. Clark was in the hotel office when the proprietor mentioned the ...

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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. — 11 April 1905

NEW MAIL ROUTES. Inspector Veasey Recommends Rout es From Knards and Chappells -Silver Street Route. Postoffice Inspector Veasey has recommended the establishment of a new rural free delivery mail route from Kinards. The route, as recom mended by Inspector Veasey, extends from Kinards south-east to the Reed er place, thence to Mrs. Jonhson's, thence around Clark's quarter, by Tranquil church, thence along the Mollohon road to the Johnson place in Laurens county, thence to Gold ville and back to Kinards. Inspector Veasey has also recently recommended a new route from Chappells to Denny postoffice, in Sa luda county. The new route recently recom mended by Inspector Veasey from Silver Stret has been ordered to start on May i. This route will ex tend from Silver Street to J. M. Workman's, crossing Little River at the Burton bridge, extending thence by H. T. Fellers' and D. M. Ward.g recrossing Little River at the Long bridge, and then going back to Silver Street. Meeting Mission Board. ...

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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 April 1905

VOL. XLII. NO.56NEWBERRY, S. 0.. FRIDAY APRIL 14 195.-.WC EK.$.0AYA yHEWBERRY TO HONOR MEMORY OF HEROES ARRANGING PROGRAMME FOR MEMORIAL DAY. The Committees Appointed--Rev. S. H. Zimmerman Orator Dinner to Vets. May io is Memorial day in South Carolina, and arrangements are pro gressing for its fitting observance in Newberry. At 12 o'clock the local chapter Daughters of the Confederacy will tender a dinner to the Confed erate veterans of Newberry county, and in the afternoon at 3 o'clock, ap propriate exercises will be held in the opera horse. The address of the oc casion will be delivered by the Rev. S. I Zimmerman. The following Memorial day com mittees have been appointed: Music Committee. Mrs. James A. Burton, chairman; Mrs. A. T. Brown; Misses Thyra Schumpert, Bessie Simmons, Laura Bowman, Neville Pope, Lizzie Domi nick. Village Graveyard. Mrs. Mary Wright. chairman: Mes dames Van Smith, A. P. Pifer, Cld-:k, E. P. McClintock, W. C. Meggett, L. P. Ewart, Rebecca Paysinger, W. T....

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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 April 1905

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More of Lees Interest Con densed Outside the State. The supreme court of the United States has held that portion f the Alaska code which provides for a jury of six men is unconstitutional. The three monuments at Appo mattox. Va.. erected to conimemo rate the valor of North Carolina troops in the war for southern inde pendence, were unveiled on -Monday. The trial of Nan Patterson on the charge of killing Caesar Young. which was to have been begun in the court of general sessions in New York on Monday. was postponed for one week upon request of the prosecution. J. J. C. Howard. a representative in the Kentucky legislature from the seventy-first district, was shot and killed on Monday in a saloon in Clay county by Tilford Benge. The men had quarreled. Abou: 400 indictments charging the Standard Oil company with failure to take out peddlers' license, as re quired by the Kentucky statutes, were returned by the Franklin county. Ky., grand jury on Tuesday. Stew...

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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 April 1905

TAFT FOR PRESIDDENT. A Flood of Talk In Washington About His Increasing Political Prospect. The Washington correspondent of the News and Courier says that ob servers of southern republican poli tics in Washington are wondering whether Postmaster General Cortel you's continned encumbency as na tional chairman is haviiig anything to do with Secretary of War Taft's presidential prospects. Mr. Cortel you keeps holding on and is so se cretive about his reasons that no one really knows w.hv he did not let go. He announced that Col. Harry New, '21 Indiana. would be ~appointed chair man along toward midnight one day two or three weeks ago. WVhen do you retire from the chairmanship?" one asked him over the telephone. "At once." replied M\r. Cortelyou. "This appointment of Mr. New and my retirement will become effective immediatelv." A little before that Ex-Governor I)urbin, of Indiana, was in town, look ing after the interests of Col. New in obtaining the vice-chairmanship. When he came here...

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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. — 14 April 1905

E. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1905. Every now and then another sta:e.s man is mentioned for governor. There will be no lack in numbers. The Laurens Advcrtiser says the best thing to do is to elect Gov. Hey wood for another term. He has made an excellent chief magis:rate but there are others and it is bad to set a precedent for a third term. Mr. Ansel is now in favor of local option. Two years ago he was a dis pensary man. In Greenwood county a criminal case was held over a man and woman on condition that the woman leave the county and the man come to Greenwood only ii biusiness and leave promptly when through \ih his business. \\e do not eactly --.1uerstand why it should be more of a crime for the man to loaf around the city of Greew wood than to roam at large through the county. And why it is right tro put the woman on some other county. It is stated that if thi agreement is violated the case will be pro...

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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. — 14 April 1905

VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT. Several mur cae were rdai. e 'f in t he mayLr e .urIt yeste?rdlay Luther,a- Church f The Redemer will meet with .lMrs. A. II. Dickert o Tuesday aft ernoon at 4 o'clock. The annual meeting of the stockhold ers of the Newberry Cotton mills will be held in council chambe-s Wednes day. May 3. The members of the boys' reforma :ory association are urged to meet in :he rooms of the Library association on the afternoon of April 19. at 4.30 o'clock. The ladies of the city and county who are not members are also requested to attend. Holy Week. Holv week will be observed in the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer. The services of the week with subjects o-f sermons wili be he following: Palm SundaV: Morning-"Heralding Hlis Com Evening-"-Also a Disciple." Mondav Evening---Personal Re sponsibilityt. Tuesday Evening- VWhy not fol low Now?" Wednesday Evening-"With Him in the Upper Room." Thursday Evening-"His Hidden Ones." Good Friday Morning-"A Royal Priesthood." Easter Morning-...

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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. — 14 April 1905

McLAURIN LOSES SUIT. Suit in United States Court Ends in Verdict Against Former Sena tor For $41,639.26. In the United States circuit court in Charleston a verdict for $41,639.26 was found against ex-Senator john L. McLaurin in the suit of the Inter national Trust company of Baltimore .on a promissory note, the verdict be ing found by the jury upon the in structions of the court. The suit grows out of the indus trial ventures in which the ex-sena tor engaged upon the termination of his career in congress. As president ,)f the Brunswick and Birmingham railroad and vice-president of the Brunswick and Western Construction company, Mr. McLaurin gave his per sonal notes to the trust company, be ng endorsed however, by Frank A. ~Umtedt. who appears to have been m of the promroters the projects -with which tih ex-senator was con 3ccled. The industrial concerns seeni to have been more on paper than in fact, but the notes of Mr. Mc Laurin were valid, even if the indus -trial projects were 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. — 14 April 1905

A STRANGE STORY. Desecration of a Grave Seems to B Fulfillment of A Premonition. A small card in the Columbia Sta of Sundar from the town of Blair'S in Fairfield cwuntv. says the Colum hia Sta:e. bringzs to mind a romantii story and one which has its pathos Tnis card was as fc.llows: To the Editor of the State: The grave of Col. Provence a Rock Creek church was dug up an the :asket broke open a few night ago b.y parties unknown. Ve under ;taincd Col. Provence was buried abou years ago. Something should be done by th< right parties, whoever they are. t< see if the perpetrators could not b< ap,,rehended and dealt with accord ing to law. Is it possible we cannot rest in th( grave. The friends and family will regre tj learn this. Not knowing the ad dress of any of the family I take thi: way of notifying them and hope yot will pubiish same. Blair's, April 7. J. V. Blair. In course of conversation yester day, Mr. W. H. Lyles told of cer tain circumstances which make th< act )f...

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. — 14 April 1905

A BEAUTIFUL MARRIAGE. Mr. Charles Erle Bell, of Augusta, Weds Miss Myrtie Abney Schum pert, of This City. Mr. Charles Erle Bell and Miss Myrtie Abney Schumpert were mar ried at & o'clock on Wednesday even ing in the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer. The impressive cere mony of the Lutheran church was used. the Rev. William L. Seabrook officiating. Following the ceremony ai the church a reception was tender ed by Mr. and Mrs. Frederic Abney Schumpert. at their home in College street, from half after eight until eleven u'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Bell left on Wednesday night on a bridal tour which will extend to the Pacilic coast and then south into lexico. The bride is a daughter of M\r. and Nrs. F. A. Schumpert. of this city. To the charm of her personal appear anc- she adds many accompli-hments and a disposition that is at once sweet and a'ttracti. Admired by those who know her. she is deservedly pop ular !both at home and wherever she has visited. She is well known in Au gusta, which...

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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. — 18 April 1905

VOL. XLII. NO. 57 NEWBERRY. S. C., TUESDAY APRIL 18, 1905.,. TWICE A WEEK. 1.50 A YEAR COL. BACON IN NEW YORK. He Vi;sits the Subway Tavern And Tells What he Saw and Did. Col. James T. Bacon, of Edgefield, thus writes from New York, under date of April 13, of his visit to the famous "Subway Tavern:" Being in New York-now a mael strom of Easter goods-and floating on the surface of the situation, we were washed up by the tide last night Land swept into Bishop Potter's "Sub awy Tavern." Everybody who comes to New York nowadays goes to the Subway Tavern, which, under the combined allurements of virtue, whis key and sand, is making mountains of money. In this benevolent institu tion of Bishop Potter's you get a drink of the same whiskey for ten cents that you would pay fifteen cents for elsewhere. What more sublime height of virtue than this? The Sub way Tavern is not-as we had thought, and as most people think--a place under the ground. Nor has it anything upon earth to do with the grea...

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. — 18 April 1905

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More of Lees Interest Con densed Outside the State. The school children of Pueblo. Col., presented President Roosevelt with a "big stick" during the stop of his special train there on Friday. The president spoke -briefly. The saloons and cigar stores of St. Louis were closed on Sunday, the au thorities having decided upon a strict enforcement of the law requiring stores to be closed on Sunday. Hardy Watkins, a negro. was in dicted at Evergreen, Ala.. on Satur day, charged with the murder of his wife by throwing her on a burning brush heap, and holding her there un til life was nearly extinct. Hon. Alton B. Parker deli- -red the principal address at the Jeff-rson day banquet in New 'I-ork on Thurs day and Hoin. William Jennings Bryan delivered the principal address at the Jefferson day banquet in Chi cago. The largest deal of oil ever made in the south took plce on Friday, Messrs. Carnes, Bass & Bencken stein, of Beaumont. purchasing from Messrs. Laer...

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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. — 18 April 1905

PAUL JONES'S BODY. it Has Been Found In Paris and Will Be Brought To This Country. A dispatch from Paris says: The remarkable search which Ambassador Porter has conducted for the body of Piul Jones has been crowned with success by the discovery of the body and its identification by the highest French medical experts as unques tionably that of the famous Ameri -can admiral who founded the Ameri can navy. Ambassador Porter cabled to Washington announcing the suc cessful results of his long and diffi -cult search. The body is in a good state of preservation considering that the interment took place over ioo years ago. The circumstances leading to the final discovery of the body~are par ticularly interesting. Gen. Porter has conducted the search for the last five years. and when congress recently took no action on the president's recommendation for the expenses in cident to the search, the ambassador continued the extensive labors at his own expense. A large force of work men has been e...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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