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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 18 April 1905

E. H. AULL. EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C.., as second class matter. TUESDAY, APRIL i8, 1905. How about that new steel bridge over the railroad on Boundary street? It is needed and should be built. Representatives of the Pythians in the fourth district will reach Newber ry today. We bid them welcome and trust that their meeting today may be profitable to them as well as to us. A correspondent of the State sug gests that South Carolina elect Col. James T. Bacon governor. The sug gestion is a good one. Why not? He would grace the executive mansion and would be at home in the execu:ive office. Mayor Rhett of Charleston made a good business talk to the business men of Anderson the other evening. We are glad to see the chief execu tive of th! city by the sea getting out among the people of the rest of the state. [t will do a whole lot of good if the people of all sections could get together oftener for then they would understand each other better. Our observation i...

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. — 18 April 1905

CUTr F Froi Wedqssdi For months we h * liveliest bargain giN * sales that will sim. * We have set out MlMNAUGH'S chei 0 These Big Easter Sale of Hig Reduced prices on trimmed and street before have we owned such a collecti wear. This big cut price sale coming or chance you have wanted. Now you can variety under one roof in upper Carolina Come at once. * "We lead in popular prices in Milliner 0 g Big Embrodiery SO We will place on sale Saturday m 0 wide. 1ooo yards in this one lot wort # buy all you please for 1o cents the yard. Men's and Boys' CIoth 300 Men's Fine Suits, worth $8 oo, big Easter sale $5.00 300 Men's Fine Suits, worth $io.oo, big Easter sale $6.75. 250 Men's Fine Suits, worth $12.co, * big- Easter sale $9 00. * ~ 200 Men's Fine S!1its, worth $i5.co and * for this big Easter sale $11-75-. 50oo Boys' Knee St:its to go at ba: 0 * Bring the boys along and turn them loon *. big clothing stock. * troo doz. Men's Negligee Shirts, wo:rth 0$1.oo, for this big sale 49c. * too d...

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. — 18 April 1905

MARION PARR HANGED. 3rxst White Man To Be Legally Ex ecuted In South Carolina Since i894.-His Crime. '.t ii o'clock on Friday Marion Parr was hanged in Columbia for the -mtu-der of Clarence Shealy. Parr, says the Columbia correspondent of the News and Courier, is the first -white man to be legally executed in South Carolina since 1894. He was a cotton mill operator. While in a - drunken frenzy he slipped behind his -victim and killed him with a hoe. He showed courage on the scaffold and Jcd with a smile on his lips. Under the influence of his two spiritual advisers, the Revs. I'Anson, Baptist, and Snyder, Methodist, who lave been praying with him constant ly. he was keyed up with religious fervor, which sustained him to the ast, that peculiar light often coming -into his eyes as he prayed and sang on the stand that indicated that he bad made peace with his God. The drop fell at ii.ii A. M., and be was pronounced dead in four and a half minutes, his neck having been broken by the fal...

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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. — 18 April 1905

CHOPPING HIM DOWN. A Practical Joke That Was a Boom erang to the Woodsmen. There i- nothing that so cheers the heart of the lumberman a: to play a practical j,ke on one whom he calls a "greenhorn." or. in other words. any one u::used to the ways of a lum ber camp. One of the harshest and most dangerous, although it is the most admired, writes Charles G. D. Roberts in "Around the Campfire," is that known as "chopping him down." This means, in a word, that the stranger in camp is invited to climb a tall tree to take observa:ions or en joy a remarkable view. No sooner has he reached the top than two or three vigorous axmen attack the tree at its base. Long before he can reach the ground the tree begins to topple. As a general rule the heavy branches so break the fall of the tree that the victim finds himself uninjur ed. There are cases, however, where men have been crippled for life. Mr. Roberts gives an experience of his own which did not come out ex actly as the lumbermen expected. H...

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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. — 18 April 1905

.MECHANICAL DEPARTMILN T_. Movement to Add New Department to Newberry College Meeting With Much Success. A mechanical and engineering de partment for Newberry college is the aim of a movement non on foot among the friends of the college in -the Southern Lutheran church, and it is meeting with a hearty response -.which seems to insure such success that it is now believed the depart ment can be added before the opening -of the next session. The movement was started in Sa -vannah some time ago when Capt. jacob Paulsen subscribed $5oo and a subscription amounting to some $700 or $8oo more was raised in Savannah. It is proposed to erect another build ing on the college campus for the use of the department at a cos: of some thing like $5.ooo. It is believed now that a sufficient amount of money can be raised by the time of the summer vacation to begin the erection of the building soon after commencement and to complete it before the opening -f the next session. It is proposed to raise eno...

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. — 21 April 1905

VOL. XLII. NO. 58 NEWBERRY. S. C.. FRIDAY APRIL 21, 1905. TWICE A WEEK. $1.50 A YEAR SAINGS AND DOINGS OF PROSPERITY PEOPLE THE NEW TOWN OFFICERS SWORN IN. Curiosities In Shape of 25-Cent Gold Pieces-Personal Mention Other Matters. Prosperity. April 2.-The town election passed off quietly. The new officials were sworn in on Saturday. There are a number of candidates for the salaried positions. there being four for marshal, I am told. I am requested by Mr. J. A. Baker, to say that Bethel Baptist churCh will be dedicated on the second Sunday in May, the 14th, and that there will be two sermons that day, with dinner on the ground. The Rev. Vernon I'Anson, of Columbia, will preach the dedication sermon. All who contrib uted to the building are expected to be present. The public generally is invited. We were hurriedly called to the Bank of Prosperity on Saturday to see a great sight. On entering we were marched up to the cashier's desk and, lying on a sheet of paper, we saw something it ...

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. — 21 April 1905

Items of More of Lees Interest Con densed Outside the State. President Diaz, of Mexico, is out on a week's deer hunt. He seems to be unwilling to be outdone by President Roosevelt. The Memorial Continental hall, the new and handsome home of the national society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, was dedicat ed in Washington on Monday. John Alexander Dowie, of Chicago, has closed negotiations and obtained options on a tract of 2.ooo,ooo acres of land in the state of Tamapias, Mex ico, where he proposes to found a new Zion City. It is reported from Gainesville that almost the entire peach crop in north east Georgia has been killed by the recent freeze. Vegetation of all kinds was hurt. The thermometer registered 29 degrees and ice was half an inch thick. Because she intended !eaving the theatrical company of which both werc members, Edward Smedes on Tuesday shot Bessie Helen Davis, at the Theatrical hotel, in Philadelphia, where they were both staying, in flicting a probably...

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. — 21 April 1905

FOR THE LADIES. Iielpful Hints on What to Wear and How to Wear it. -Beads-strings of them-grow larger and brighter, until they are al most barbaric in their size and color. -Low coiffures have entirely gone cut of date. The present mode of hats demands that they should be high. -The old-fashioned yellow leghorn has reappared, and lace will be em ployed in the construction of hats even more than it ever was. -China silk slip petticoats are growing steadily in favor. The pret tiest of the new ones have shirring, and lace and hand-embroidered dots (big dots) by way of trimming. -<One of the lovliest of flowered -stuffs is black net with great roses, in their true colors, almost touching each other. The delicacy of the black makes it like a shadow instead of a .ubstance. -It is the exception to find a hat that reveals more than a wee bit of the front hair-a stray curl or two perhaps-but nb more. The very lat est touch given the coiffure-more properly speaking the hat-is a bunch of sh...

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. — 21 April 1905

E. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY, APRIL 21, gos. It has been suggested that at the next meeting of the Columbia Library association, on the second Tuesday in May. the name of the library be changed to the "Timrod Library." This would be an appropriate and last ing tribute to one whose memory is sacred to all true South Carolinians. The railroads and railroad commis sioners have about agreed on a plan for a union depot at Newberry whereby the present passenger sta tion of the Southern will be used by both roads. This was the suggestion which some of us made about a year ago when the matter was agitated and and it will cost very little to either road to carry it out and will be much better than what we have. We are of the opinion that it would be better to have the passenger station away from the freight depot and that the most desirable place for this union passenger station is at the junction at the foot of Caldwell st...

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. — 21 April 1905

THE ALLIANCE EXCHANG. I Supreme Court Sustains Contention S:Si of Attorneys For the Ex change. J. sc On Wkednesdav of this week the su preme court handed down a decision bc in the case of Br,okshire vs the Far- cu mers Alliance Exchange, limited. dh About a year and a half ago 'Brook- 0: shire and others attempted to put the fo funds of the Exchange. amounting to gc over sixteen thousand dollars, in the hands of a receiver. At that time the directors of the Exchange were at tempting to distribute the fund to the fa sub-Alliances throughout the state, pl and they resisted the effort to place it gc in the hands of a receiver so as to ed save heavy expenses, attorneys' lees,, etc. A temporary order was passed sc by Judge Ernest Gary restraining the directors from distributing this fund. P( and requiring them to show cause XV why a received should not be appoint ed. and referred the matter to John S. vi: Verner, Master for Richland county, P< to take testimony and report on same se t...

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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. — 21 April 1905

THE TEN HOUR LAW. United States Supreme Court Holds New York Statute to be Un constitutional. In an opinion by Justice Peckham, the supreme court of the United States has held to be unconstitutional the New York State law making ten hours a day's work and 6o hours a week's work in bakeries in that state. Justice Harlan, White, Day and Holmes dissented, and Justice Har lan declared that no more iinportant 'decisions had been rendered in the last century. The opinion was handed down in the case of Lockner vs. the State of New York and was based on the ground that the law interfered with the free exercise of the rights of con tract between individuals. The court of appeals of the state upheld the law and affirmed the judgment of the trial court holding Lockner guilty. Judge Parker wrote the opinion of the New York court of appeals snpporting the law and the court divided four to three on the question of validity. Lockner is a baker who was found guilty of permitting an employe to work ...

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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. — 21 April 1905

eport of Claims PaId by County. The following is a list of claims audited and approved by the Board of County Commissioners of Newber ry County during the first quarter oi the year i9o;. Of these claims, the following wce contracted by the form-Lr Boaid of Commissioners dur ing the year 1904: i H. P. Dominick r & b ....$ 2.97 2 B. A. Havird salary .. ....6o.oo 3 G. H. Cromer r & b ......2.00 4S. N. Henderson ferry .. .9-75 5 P. B. Odell salary ......29.40 6 F. W. Fant salary .... --..oo 7 G. S. Long r & b ........2.70 8 E. Cabaniss chnz -.....-3.32 9 P. F. Baxter cor. ........6.00 To Bowers & Dominick pauper claim ................8.82 Ii A. A. Sligh salary ........9.00 12 W. C. Sligh salary ........9.00 13 J. J. Dominick con. ......44.00 14 B. B. Hair salary .. .. ....24.00 15 J. H. Chappell salary .. ..69.00 16 E. K. Bedenbaugh salary ..24.oo 17 L. M. Speers fuel .. . - - - - -.23-74 18 Mayes Book Store stationery54.00 19 Sou. Bell Tele. off. exp. .. ..21.00 2o G. P...

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

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mr. Olie Bowers is spending severa days in Columbia. Dr. F. M. Setzler, of Whitmire, wa! in the city yesterday. Mr. J. L. Asbill will spend Eastel with Mr. W. A. Asbill, of Newberry. Miss Jeanne Pelham is at hom irom the Presbyterian college in Co lumbia for Easter. Miss Myra Mower is at home -irorr the Presbyterian college in Columbi for Easter. Mrs. D. Fair Pifer and little sor Augustus Drury retu,arned vesterda5 fro n Charleston. Miss Edith Henderson returne( home yesterday after a visit of severa -Jays in Columbia. Mr. J. E. Renwick. of Union. wa! in Newberry during the past severa days. iiss Erin Epting has gone to Sum ter to spend Easter with her brother Rev. T. B. Epting. Miss Linnie Glenn. who has com pleted a successful school at Pomaria *bas come to Newberry and is vi-itin Iher sister, Mrs. P. F. Baxter. Miss Virginia Powel. of Harris burg, Pa., is expected to arrive in th< city on S...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 25 April 1905

e en!aIII! i4&eItIi -OL. XLII. NO. 59 NEWBERRY. S. C.. TUESDAY APRIL 28, 1905. TWICE A WEEK. $1.50 A YEAR .Big JNEX . Dress Goods! $1.25 Black Invisible Plaid Mol 85c. Corded Blue and Brown M $100o0 Mohair Suit Patterns $7 $8. oo Mohair Suit Patterns $6 Clark's Spool Cotton 234C. Spo Kerr's Spool Cotton 231C. Spoo C)3E.EW9TS! 4 Warner's $i.oo Corsets 59c. eac J. B. $r.oo Corsets 63c. each. + Art Squares - $27-50 fine Velvet Art Squares $25.00 fine Velvet Art Squares $7.oo Ingrain Art Squares $4.7 $zo.oo Ingrain Art Squares $6. $4-50 Velvet Rugs $3 45. * $3.oo Velvet Bugs $2.20. $1.25 Velvet Rugs 89c. * Towels! T 0 Linen Damask Towels, 17Y x * bc. each. Large size Huck Towels, 20c. q Extra size Hemstitched Huck '[ We want everybody i * item here enumerated this ad. out and bring i 0 WV ( OBSERVNCE OF THE and fe RESURRECTION DAY strac stract --- L. Sea SERVICES IN THE NEWBERRY of the CHURCHES. than t superf] Easter Dawned Cold and Windy But "The Day Was Beautiful Before His te Hou...

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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. — 25 April 1905

CjrE,NEFRAL NEWS NOTES Items of More of Lees Interest Con densed Outside the State. Four men were asphyxiated and two seriously overcome by gas on, Saturday at a blast furnace in Brad dock, Pa. Nan Patterson will hereafter oc cupy a cell in the Tombs prison, in New York, with her sister, Mrs. J. Morgan S,ith. United States Senator 0. H. Platt, of Connecticut, died at his summer home in Washington, on Friday night. Andrew Carnegie has agreed to give Guilford college, in North Caro lina, $45,000, provided that amount is duplicated by friends of the insti tution. Mrs. Eliza Stewart and her 12-year old son were killed at Westport, Ala., on Saturday in a quarrel with Mrs. Lingo, who claims she shot in self defence. First Vice President . James H. Hyde. of the Equitable Life Assur ance Society, peremptorily declined the request of the managing agents, in session in New York, that he re sign his position in the company. The main bujlding of Vanderbilt univ.ersity was gutted by fire on Thur...

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. — 25 April 1905

DEATH OF MAJ. J. F. HART. The Famous Commander of Hart's Battery of Flying Artillery Is No More. Major James F. Hart died at his home in Yorkville on Thursday after noon at 3:30 o'clock of cancer of the ;tomach. aged about 68 years. He ' had been seriously sick for several months and no hopes have been en tertained by his family and numerous fr;ends since the diagnosis of his malady was made about two months ago. In the death of Major Hart York county and the State suffer a distinct loss. He was a loyal. patriotic and -public spirited citizen and during his ;-orty years' residence in Yorkville ac- p complished as much or more for the C welfare of the community than any other individual. He has been one of the leading and most successful mem- r Ders of the bar and has been interest ed in numerous important suits. He t was twice married and leaves a widow C and six children. four sons and two t daughters. Major Hart's Career. s "Major Hart entered the. South I Carolina Military Academ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 25 April 1905

E. H. ArLL. EDiTO. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1905. The News and Courier says tha "it is learned that the crop of presi dential possibilities has so far comc safely through the Frainbanks freeze. A day seldom passes in which th( News and Courier does not have something to say of the "Fairbanks freeze." If we are to judge by our esteemed Charleston cotemporary the good Artic ship "Roosevelt." in search of the north pole, might successfully be steered to the centre of Mr. Fair banl:s. In their convention last week the Daughters of the American Revolu tion proved themselves typical Amer ican w,men. The death of Joseph Jefferson re moves fr-m the stage world one of 'its foremost men. The greatest Rip Van Wrinkle will awake no more amid the sc.nes of earth. A little while longer, and it will be necessary either to build a new bi.idge oNx,er the railroads on Boundary street or to cross at s%me other point. There have been no a...

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. — 25 April 1905

eThe The big crowds tha1 hardly serve tie peopl Up stairs, down stai Clothing and Shoes. less of whom we striki A Big 40 F< 40 pieces Colored Organdi on the dollar, not a yard wo a big table, buy all you plea 60c. Solid Colored Jap Silk This is a beautiful fabric, light blue, heliotrope, pink a 5 pieces 36 inch Black Taf special for 89c. 5 pieces 36 in. Black Taffei special for 98c. I am going to do business * A Stunner in 4 * Wednesday morning we wi Lawn, not a yard in the lot i for this big hale 10c. the yd. 100 pieces White Lawn wo: 10c., buy all you please for 5 * The Stani Mimnaugh has never foc our sales double and treble a 10 cases Ladies' fine Oxfo: 98 cents the pair. 10 cases Ladies' fine Oxf, *$1,49. 10 cases Ladies' fine Oxfo $1.89. 15 cases Men's fine shoe big sale $2.49. We can save you from 50 buy at this big store. Mmn OS VClT __0BSERVANCE OF THE RESURRECTION DI (Continued -irom Page x.) chose for his morning text Acts 26 "Why should it be thought a thi incredible ...

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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. — 25 April 1905

END OF THE ROMANCE. -The Two Sides of An Unfortunate And Somewhat Unsavory Affair. Orangeburg, April 23.-Dr. Kenyon V. Millard has been lodged in the jail of this county by commitment of Magistrate C. P. Brunson, of this -city, under the charge of bigamy. pending the preliminary examination. The date of the preliminary has been set for the 27th instant, and unless the defendant can secure a good and sufficient bond in the sum of $500 he will have to remain in jail until the .preliminary. If a prima facie case is made out against Dr. Millard at the .preliminary he will be held for trial at the approaching term of the court of 'general sessions. otherwise the case -will be dismissed and he will be dis ,charged from custody. Mr. R. L. Weeks, attorney at law of St. George's came to Orangeburg .and had a consultation with Solicitor :Hildebrand in regard to the case. It ,s not expected that there will be any Turther important developments , the case before next Thursday. the day of the pr...

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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. — 25 April 1905

THE CONFEDERATE REUNION. To Be Held in Louisville, Ky., June 14, 15 and i6-Official Or der to Camps. Major Gen. Carwile, of the South Carolina division, has issued the fol lowing general orders: Greenville, S. C. General Order No. ii. To Camp -, No -. U. C. V., - S. C. Dear Comrades: Once again we are called to meet in annual reunion. This year our reunion will be in Louisv'lle, Ky., on June 14, 15 and 16. The prospects are bright for one of the largest and most inspiring reun ions ever held. Let me urge your camp to send a full delegation. Let us make this the banner year for South Carolina camps. When our faithful adjutant general in chief calls the roll let him be able to say, "South Carolina carmps have paid in full." The dues are very small. Five cents per capita for state dues should be sent at once to J. M. Jordan chief of staff. Greeryille, S. C., and ten cents per capita for general headquar ters should be sent to Gen. William E. Mickle, No. 824 Cannon street, New Orleans, ...

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