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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 25 April 1905

THE GRADUATING CLASS. Faculty of Newberry College Awards Honors and Assigns Subjects For Orations. The senior class of Newberry col lege has completed the regular class room course, and the class honors have been awarded by the faculty and the members of the class given sub jects for their graduating orations. First 'honor was awarded to Messrs. J. E. Hipp and J. C. Hipp, of New berry, without distinction between 1 th'em. Second honor was~ awarded to Mr. J. C. Lybrand, of New Brook -and. The following subjects for graduat ing orations were assigned: Joseph Luther Amick, "Education and Crime." 1 Samuel Bushnell Bowers. "Ovama." Allen Bowman Caughman. The Demigod and Demijohn." Frank Worthington Chapman,. "Civic Improvement." Walter Ed,ward Derrick. "Shall We Trust the Trusts?" Robert Wilbur Frick, "The Nation al Crisis." Jacob Walter Fulmer, "Environ ment."1 James Edward Hipp, "Ich dien." John Clarence Hipp, "Thyself Thy Monument." Miss Hattie Ella Hipp, "The Time Needs Heart." -Thom...

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 April 1905

'VOL XLII. NO. 60 NEWBERRY. S. 0.. FRIDAY APRIL 28) 1905.. TWICE A WEKV150AYA ALLEGED LYNCHERS. The Prisoners Said to be Prominent Citi7ens of Kershaw, Lancaster County. A dispatch from Charlotte. under date of April 25. says that Sewart W. Heath. John T. Stevens. Stephen Welsh and S. Frank Hough. of Ker shaw. S. C., were arrested on Mon day night on warrants charging them with participating in the lynching of John Morrison, white, last Octo ber. The prisoners were taken to Chester. Two white men and a ne gro were committed to jail in Lan caster county on Saturday on the same charge. One of the men under arrest is said to have turned state's evidence. Other arrests will likely follow. T'he parties are prominent citizens of the community. What is Said in Lancaster. Lancaster, April 25.-Warrants were issued some days ago by Magistrate Caskey. of Lancaster. for the arrest of a number of persons charged with complicity in the Morrison lynching at Kershaw last fall, but the fact was not ...

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. — 28 April 1905

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More of Lees Interest Co densed Outside the State. For the third time Nan Pattersc the show girl, was placed on trial New York on Monday for the mi der of Ceasar Young. A spectacular fire occurred in N< York on Friday night, in which t'hr buildings were burned. The flam burst through the roof a hundred ft into the air. Governor Vardaman, of Mississi pi, has formally announced that will be a candidate for the Unit States senate in the event of Sena Money's retirement. Lieutenant A. P. F. Starke, of t German cruiser Bremen, committ suicide aboard the ship on Mond while in the Norfolk harbor. His f, low officers declare he was tempora ly insane as a result of ill health. A sensational affray between A nold Borden and E. L. Edmunds( two of the most prominent citize of Goldsboro, N. C., occurred Goldsboro on Monday night. T difficulty arose over municipal pc tics. A deputy sheriff saved from 1.yizz ing at Mount Vernon, Ohio, a neg cha-ged with criminal ass...

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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. — 28 April 1905

SULLY IN COLUMBIA. He Is Satisfied That His Cotton Warehouse Scheme Is a Success. Daniel J. Sully, as cheerful and de bonaire as a body could well be, was in Columbia on Monday. says the Co lumbia correspondent of the News and Courier. He seemed in the best humor. was elegantly dressed and 'rim full of his ware house scheme. He talked most cheerfully, and is sat isfied that his project is a certain success. He has now been out of New York. his headquarters. for two weeks, and during t'hat time has vis ited many points and finds much en couragement throughout the south. Mr. Sully says that the south's salva tion is in a complete ware house sys tem by which it can regulate the sell ing of its crop. He says that he has had the most cordial support and en couragement of his plans, which call for a series of ware houses throughout the entire south. He says that his plans are to provide ware houses cap able of accommodating as-many as 15,ooo,ooo bales of cotton. Mr. Sully has made arrange...

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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. — 28 April 1905

~.H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. In reply to the Laurens Advertiser, we do not believe Gov. Heyward would permit his name to be used as a candid.te for governor for a third term. The Herald and News has a record for standing up to Newberry men when t'he question is a choice of men. In this case it is not a ques tion of preferring some other man to Heyward because we know Gov. Hey ward to be a most excellent gentle man and we know that he has made a good record as governor, but there are others -in South Carolina who could fill the executive chair and we do not think Gov. Heyward cares to succeed himself for a third term. The Herald and Newg has not yet !s poused the cause of any of the candi dates. We want to hear and know where they stand on certain ques tions and then it is true enough. The editor of The Herald and News was in the city of Sumter for a few hours one evening this week. It had been some time since we had stoppe...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 28 April 1905

NEWS OF PROSPERITY. Wo-,d,raft at Little Mountain-In Memory of J. C. Cook-Per sonal Mention. Pr Ape rty. S. C., April 27.-1 am -q:kted by the Rev. S. P. Koon to ann,mee that there will be two ser vices at St. 1.nke's on Sunday. with dinner on the ground. I am also requested to state that the Rev. Jas. A. B. Scherer will preach in Grace churchi the first Sun da'y in May. ,Prof. E. 0. Counts and Mrs. Counts, .Misses Della Bowers and Frances Rawl went to Columbia Wednesday to attend t'hie -ducational conference. Mrs. Lizzie Boinest. of Pomaria. is visiting her daughter. Mrs. E. 0. Counts. this week. Miss Erin Kohn's school at Trilby closed last Friday. and she is at home. Mrs. John Long has been on a visit to her brother. Capt. H. S. Boozer, and M\r. S. B. Hawkins. iio vzer is inproved some hat aVd exppcts to be able to get i street in a day or tWo. Co L. Buck, of Saluda, was in . Monday, having brought his son to return to Newberry college. Miss Lilly Warner, of the Colum bia Female c...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 28 April 1905

THE SOUTH'S SUPREMACY. T7esident Harvie Jordan Tells What The Southern Cotton Associa tion Stands For. The Southern Cotton association -stands for the south's supremacy ag TicUlturally, commercially and finan cially. The present effort of the as sociation, looking to the reduction of ccton acreage and use of comnercial fertilizer, is merely an incident in the great work which it was organized to perform. The principal object of the association is to unite in one grand bu-siness organization the southern -a:mers, merchants, bankers, cotton 'Manufacturers and all other allied Iines of business to develop the vast resources of the south and to main tain the price of our great staple crop -zotton, at a fair and profitable fig n-e to the producers and cottor nill mg interest of the country. To de elop southern ports, extend the building of cotton mills and bring -about closer tradc relations between -this country and foreign nations, and more especial:y with the Central and South America...

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 April 1905

g Friends Day. trathfully be said of Jell Ice Cream POWDER the new product for making the most delicious I cream you ever ate; everythmg m the packag No tastes so good in hot wether.Al e are pabitiu stock. If your grocer can2upl PYf send 25c. frtwo packagesbymaiu. Fourkinds:Y&s illa,Chocoia Strawberryaid Unflavored. Addrel 'Ihe G(eneeee are Food Co., Box 295, Le Roy,N. that should have gone into ti pockets of our people. Value of the Coton Crop. The annual cotton crop of the sout i the most valuable of any agricu tural product grown on the face the globe. Its annual sales amour in the aggregate for the raw mater al of more than six hundred millior of dollars, and when converted int the finished fabric, will sell for til enormous total of nearly two billior of dollars. It is due alone to the co t crop of the south that the balan< in favor of the Unite States in its commercial relatior with foreign countries. In 1904, tf exports of raw cotton amounted I more than one million do...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 28 April 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mrs. W. E. Ruff is visiting friends in Laurens. Sheriff M. M. Buford spent Wed- t nesday night in Columbia. a Mr. J. F.iivingston, of the C., N. & L., was in Newberry yesterday. t Miss Carolyn Cromer shes returned I home from Charleston, where she has been taking a course in voice culture. Mr. Frank D. Mower is at home r from the medical department of Tu- v lane university, New Orleans. f Miss Agues Sommer has gone to -Charlotte to attend the organ recital b at the Presbyterian colle;e by her sister, Miss Susie Edua Summer. Mrs. Dr. 0. B. Mayer and Mrs. I J. T. Mayes, of Newberry, are .n the ,tv, the guests of Mrs. E. C. Conn, r in West End.-Greenwood Index. h Miss Lucy Speers has returned home after an extended trip to Phila delphia, Atlantic City and other points. 0 Mr. N. M. Wilson. agent for the j Southern railway at Peaks, is visit- t ing his father, Mr. W. M. Wilson, this week. Mr. W. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 2 May 1905

'r e w NO 61 A s. VOL. XLII. NO. 61 NEWBERRY, S. C., TUESDAY MAY 1905.1 TWICE A WEEK. S1.50 A YEAR ERSKINE'S MAN VICTOR. R. L. Patrick Wins in Oratorical con test.. S. E. Boney, the Furman Representative, Takes Sec ond Place. Areenwood. April 28.-Greenwoo ihas today been in the hands of th college boys and girls and this ha been particularly a students' day o Crowds of visitors thronged thi streets all day, and college boys gay ly floating their respective color! have been enjoying the hospitaliti which the city of Greenwood nevei -ails to accord. Tht seventh annual inter-collegiat< oratorical contest was held tonight ir the auditorium of the Lander Col lege, before the largest crowd whict hnas ever gathered at a similar con test in the city of Greenwood. The large auditorium being taxec to its utmost, hundreds were turned away. The representatives of sever institutions strove earnestly to car ry off the palm of victory and the fo rensic battle has -been recorded by those who are...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 2 May 1905

that those in the forward cars were left to tell the tale of their escape. Close behind the locomotive was the combination baggage, electrical and club car. No one in this car was kill ed, although it was a mass of wreck age, and soon a smoldering mass of debris. Baggage Master John A. Downes, of the Pennsylvania, has no idea how he got out of his car alive, but when he recovered from his shock he found his assistant, Gog gins, and they congratulated them selves on not even being bruised. Next in order was the electric com partment. Electrician Kershaw and his assistant, Charles Seuf, were at work. Their machinery was shattered and yet the only mark either bears is a severe gash on Mr. Kershaw's ear. In the club car were Conductor Acker, Trainmaster Maxwell and oth ers, and they escaped with a few briuses. Tragedy in Front Dining Car. The front dining car St. James was the focus of the terrible t:agedies of ,the day. In this car three lives were lost and a dozen more had hair breadt...

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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. — 2 May 1905

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. items of More of Lees Interest Con densed Outside the State. lhe president's hunting party kill -d four bears in one day last week. A negro was hanged at Thorton, Ga., on Friday, for criminal assault upon a white woman. Twelve men were killed and one prc-bably fatally injured in a mine ex .Dlosion near Big Run, Pa. Dr. D. K. Pearsons has announced gifts to five southern colleges. The amounts donated range from .$10,ooo to $5o,ooo. The total a mount of the gifts is $135,000. A petition in voluntary bankruptcy 'has been filed in the case of Frank G. Bigelow. formerly president of the First INational bank of Milwaukee, who defaulted for $.45o,ooo. Sanitary Officer Steele, of Deca tur. Ala.. was shot and fatally wound ed .there early on Friday by a negro, wh ga--e his name as Will Jackson, of Birmingham. The negro had been arrested by the officer. President Roosevelt will break camp on May 8, a week earlier than he had intended, and will start for Washington at once....

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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. — 2 May 1905

E. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1905. The Race For Governor. Many newspapers in the State con tinue to nominate Governor Heyward for a third term when he has an nounced in the most emphatic man ner that he will not again seek that office. He has made a good gover ior, he has been clean and conscien tious and honest in every public act. and he desires to go back to his farm. He has served his people faith-fully and well, he has won their plaudits. and he will gracefully step aside to make may for the army which is fighting and scrambling for the chair. There is no rule or law against a third term, and if Governor Heyward wants it the chances are that he can get it. The Newberry Herald and News took issue last week with the nomination, but its reasons are evident. There are three candi dates from Newberry. Hub Evans, Cole. L. Blease and A. C. Jones. The Herald and News said yesterday that it has a (habit of stan...

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. — 2 May 1905

Biggeran 0M 0 With ready mon + cial opportunities * passes without ou * promptly turned c + short profits and I * for style and unm * get such bargains * day this week. WE 9 TO 10 40 Wednesday morning at we will sell fine Embroid * waist patterns all beautift hour, if the lot lasts, one t THE cr( * , - -lac Mi All All All 30C 20C 100 + A Big Embroidery and * We will place on sale 10,000 yc * not a yd. in the pile worth less than *take your choice, buy alh you pleas< * English Platt Val Lace 3 to 10 * everywhere for 15, 20 and 25c., L *.for 9c. yd. Great Dress Goode * Embracing almost our entire Black * 300 pcs. new Black Dress Goo< * not a yd. worth less than 65c. anc and $1.00 the yd., all placed on a + special sale 45c. yd. 3Shoe%,an Wehav * stock of ular S1 itself. 15 case fords. - $1.35 98c. p4 * For S -- - SFor any want ir 0'M I?i THE QHEA .dBigger,C EVER ey to take advantai ever coming to u. r ob.aining big bar iver to our custom( arge sales, which h atchable values. I a...

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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. — 2 May 1905

FEARFUL WRECK OF NDEN'S SPECIAL TRAIN -ontinued From Page Third. -nut -receipts. This will, of course, han- to be investigated. The Coroner's Verdict. coioner's jury rendered a ver .dict -that* the four men came to their deak by a collision on the Southern : RaAway near Greenville. Uief Rowley. of the fire depart -e., worked hard all day and he re - tovered all of the bodies from the wrkage. The Ogden Tour Abandoned. The shock of the accident, the loss of baggage and the general .feeling .i all made Mr. Ogden decide that it -woud be best to abandon the trip and e ade arrangements to have the -soe.al, with all of his guests. go di -rectly back to New York. During the morning he sent telegrams to all -noints where it was intended to stop. er0,ming the ommittees of his re ,get at the change of programme. About nightfall the Ogden special startd for home. Dr. and Mrs. Farnam remained here a.nd their friends, Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Macy, returned here to takc such care ,f them as they could....

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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. — 2 May 1905

No Dessert More Attractive Why use gelatine and -. spend hours soaking, 13LU-O sweetening, flavoring 40dmakli and coloring when JeIIt produces better results in two minute Everything in the package. Simply addh water and set to cooL 1t:s perfection. Asu prise to the housewife. No trouble, lesse pense. Try it to-day. Flavors: Lemc Orange, Strawberry, Raspberry, Chocob and Cherry. At grocers. 10f. TEA IN THE SOUTH. Its Culture-P:nehurst Gardens Fur: ish Prc duct of Prize-Taking Quality. Buffalo Evening News. The Pinehurst gardens at Summe ville in South Carolina have shovw such success in the cultivation of t< as to attract the attention of ti country. The leader in this work Major R. D. Trimble, a native of Ne York state, who 'has been conductir experiments in tea growing and h: succeeded to a degree so remarkab as to indicate a wond ,rful develo: ment of tea growing in the southei part of the United States. For generations it has been su: posed that tea could be grown on in China...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 2 May 1905

PURELY PERSONL The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Hon. Geo. S. Mower left last week for Philadelphia. Mr. Hugh K. Boyd is home from the medical college in New Orleans. Gen. Jos. L. Stoppelbein, of Charles to-n, was in the city last week. Col. P. C. Smith of Independence was in the city yesterday. Miss Marie Lathan. of Little Moun tan, 'hes been visiting relatives and friends in the city. Misses Maoe Weber and Grace Clark leave today for the music fes tival at Spartanburg thiL week. Miss Thyra Schumpert has gone tc Spartanb.irg. Col. 0. L. Schumpert went to Co lumbia yesterday. Mr. C. E. Summer went over to Cbiarlotte, N. C., last week to attend the music recital at the Presbyterian college by Miss Susie Summer, Misses Agnes Summer and Bessie Summons accompanied him. Dr. G. R. Harding h:as returned to Newberry from an extensive trip to Cuba, South America, West Indies. While in the West Inwies Dr. Hard ing adopted a little girl and has brought her...

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. — 5 May 1905

Vt XNEra an tA. VOL. XLII. NO. 62 NEWBEIRRY. S. 0.. FRIDAY MAY 5, 1905. TWICE A WEEK. Si1.50 A YEAR NEWS OF PROSPERITY. Personal and Otherwise-Board of Trustees Elected for School District 14. Prosperity. S. C.. May 4.-Mr. C. F. Lathan. of Little Mountain. was in town Wednesday. Master H. H. Rikard was in town this week. As this is home we know he felt at home among his many friends in town. Sheriff Buford paid our town a call this week. It was a pleasure and not a business call. Mr. F. R. Fellers is at home again from Newberry where he has been for the past six months in the cotton business. He is with the Prosperity Drug Company. Mrs. A. H. Hawkins visited in the St. Lukes community last week and attended the Conference. Miss Frances Rawl wet up to Greenwood last Friday to attend the .oratorical contest. Mr. Mike Hope of PQmaria visi ted in town Tuesday. Hon. T. S. Sease and wife of Spar tanburg have been on a visit to Dr. and Mrs. Wyche. Owing to the change in the judicial circui...

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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. — 5 May 1905

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More of Lees Interest Con densed Outside the State. 25,000 immigrantS are expected to arrive at New York this week. Ex-President Cleveland is in Gerogetown on a fishing trip. The Russian Easter celebration passed without any marring incident. The Seaboard Air Line Railway has joined the Southern Passenger Association. The southern students' conference is to be held at Asheville, N. C., June 17 to 25. Henry Irving has so far recovered as to be able to reappear on the Lon don stage. The Chicago teamsters' strike did not spread but efforts to settle it proved unsuccessful. iIo men in the Atlantic Coast Line shops in Savannah have gone on strike on account oi wages. Arthur and J. D. Hook. 8 and II years old respectively were drowned while bathing at Cheraw. A $20.ooo.o00 pipe line company has been organized at Guthrie. Okla., to compete with the Standard Oil company. 13 of the alleged slayers of Sheriff Poag of Senatobia, Miss., have been indicted by the gra...

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. — 5 May 1905

NO EXCUSE SAYS MAJ. EARLE. n rr Result of His Examination of the* Wreck of Ogden Train. Railroad Commissioner Jno. H. Earle, who has made a personal in- r vestigation into the wreck of the Og- f( -den special at Greenville last Satur- p day gives the following statement to c, the Greenville News: p "There is absolutely none that I d can see. After interviewing thirty t( two people who were in tihe wreck, s, I am informed that the special in chzge of Engineer Hunter, of the s, Savannah division, turned the curve at the Poe mill at from forty to fifty 'g miles an hour, and that Mr. Ogden c< had requested Mr. McCoy, the special representative of the Pennsylvania ci Railroad. to request the engineer not to run the train at sucih fast spced, d as there was no necessity of arriving at Greenville at such an early hour, and meeting the Greenville commit tee before his party was ready to ry receive them. The testimony is to P the effect that the train was running a at this rate of speed a...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
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