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

R. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1905. Cotton Bags. The suggestion is made by promi nent leaders of the Cotton Growers' association that the farmers use cot ton baggir:g for their cotton and that the fertilizer companies use cotton bags for shipping fertilizer instead of hemp and jute. It is claimed that this would consume several hundred thousand bales of cotton more than is now used and would thus create a larger market for cotton at home. We do not know the relative value of jute. hemp and cotton. but if the dis parity is not too great in favor of hemp or jute. we think the suggestion is worthy of serious consideration. What we need is a greater market fur our cotton, and while we should push the products on the foreign markets as much as possible yet we should not neglect those at our door. Our people at home could so increase the demand for cotton by using more cotton goods themselves that there would be...

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. — 5 May 1905

THE LIGHTS OF GOTHAM. The Last Opportunity-The Opera Season Closes Next Week-A Strong Repertoire Co. The De Pew-Burdette Company will h-old the boards at the .pera house next Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. It is a strong company. The following is from the Rome Georgia paper: One of the strongest repertoire companies that has ever appeared in Rome is the De Pew-Burdette stock company. who opened a week's en gagement on Monday night. Last night they presented "The Lamp of Life." which proved to be a great play. It was one of the finest. most artistic and finished productions given here in some time, and certain ly by any popular priced company. Such were the expressions of those comprising the large audience that greeted the corpany. and that they thoroughly appreciated the excellent work of every member of the cast was evidenced by the hearty applause received by each. The character of Lawrence Emmett McCarthy was presented by Will T. Burdette, a cap able and finished actor....

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. — 5 May 1905

LEE WITH HIS ARMY. Was Kind and Considerate-Always Refused Whiskey. 'Youth's Companion. As the Civil war recedes farther and farther from the present day there looms larger and larger in the -story of it the figure of Gen. Robert E. Lee, the adored leader of the Con federate armies. There is scarcely a 'household of importance in the south in which some story of him is not told, but few illustrate the qualities -or which he was beloved better than these -which the New Orleans Times Democrat received from a woman who met the general on his last re -treat: The army had halted two miles 5rom Petersburg. on the road to Ap -pomattox, and General Lee and his staff had been asked to dinner at the home of a well-known jurist at Sum -mit. Iced mint julep was the favorite beverage of Virginia gentlemen in those days, and when the staff and guests had assembled, just before dinner was announced, the glasses were passed. General Lee was in conversation with a young lady. He offered his glass to...

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. — 5 May 1905

HOW INDIANS COMMUNICATE News Travels With Wonderful Rap idity Among the Red Men. The rapidity with which the news of orders given out from the Union Indian agency and Dawes commission spreads to the remotest corners ot the Creek nation is a continual source of- wonder to the Federal officials. When, says the Kansas City Jour nal, the regulation compelling Indians to accept the pay for their land in installments of $io a month was an nounced, it seemed that every Indian in the Creek country knew it at once, for the petitions for sale dropped off immediately. A few days ago, when the order was revoked and the Indian was allowed to pay for 'his land at the rate of $5 per month, practically ev erybody knew it the next day, and business in the Creek land sales de partment suddenly became lively a gain. Vhen it is remembered that there are several thousand full blood In dians in tfie Creek nation who, cannot speak or read a word of English, and who have no way of learning the news of the ...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 5 May 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. -Mrs. C. B. Martin has gone to Spartanburg. Hon. and Mrs. Cole. L. Blease spent Tuesday in Columbia. Mrs. Geo. McWhirter has gone to Union to visit friends and relatives. .4 Hon. Geo. S. Mower returned .es terday from Philadelphia. Miss Alice West went to Spartan I)urg Wednesday to attend the busi ness college. Hon. H. H. Evans attended the marriage reception of Col. Thos. F. Brantley at Orangeburg on Tuesday. Mr. J. R. Peden, editor -of the Tri State Odd Fellow was in the city yes terday and paid this office an appre ciated call. Miss Edith Henderson was called to Columbia yesterday afternoon on account of the serious illness of Mrs. Jno S. Wiley. VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT. Dr. Geo. B. Cromer will deliver the address on memori-al day at New berry. Prof. S. J. Derrick and Prof. E. 0. Counts have been appointed on the .county board of education. Sheriff M. M. Buford tood a crazy -negro to the Hospita...

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. — 9 May 1905

'of VOL. XLII. NO,, 64 NEWBERRY, S. 0., TUESDAY IMAY 9p 1905. TWICE A WE.$.0AYA NEWS FROM EXCELSIOR. Death of Mr. Ch-.eie Counts-Trus tees Excelsior School-Per sonal. Excelsior, May 8.-We are having more rain and the farmers are not through planting cotton yet. Cotton is coming up nicely and in places wilf do to thin out. Miss Julia Shealy, of Little Moun. tain, is visiting Miss Carrie Cook. The Rev. J. H. Pearcy, of Whit mire. has been on a visit to Mr. D. B. Cook's family. If the rains continue for a white Ionger it will beat the farmers' con vention in the way of reducing the acreage of cotton. The Mt. Pilgrim school closed last Friday. The Rev. J. A. Sligh preached an interesting sermon here Sunday af ternoon to a large' audience. Mr. Sligh is one of our ablest preachers, and he is held in high: esteem by his people. The following trustees were elcted at a recent meeting to serve another year in our school: Messrs. D. B. Cook, J. C. Singley and J. A. C. Kib ler. We are informed ...

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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. — 9 May 1905

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More of Lees Interest Con densed Outside the State. The steamer Arkansas was sunk in a collision with another steamer off the Massachusetts coast on Sunday night. One life was lost. A tornado passed over Central Ok lahoma and part of Indian Territory on Friday. Two persons were killed and ten others were injured in the town of Owl, I. T., which was almost destroyed. Resolutions upon the death of Gen eral Fitzhugh Lee, of Virginia, were adopted by a rising vote of the Mass achusetts house of representatives. General Lee visited the Massachu setts h.ouse of representatives just prior to his death in Washington. The police of New York telegraph ed to Norfolk, Va., to arrest Susie Edwards, colored. The negro left a 9-year-old girl in the baggage room on the pier in New York and failed to call for her before the steamer sailed. Later the girl lapsed into an uncon scious state and was taken to a hos pital, where she died. President Roosevelt on Sunday night at...

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. — 9 May 1905

TALK WITH TILLMAN. The Senior Senator, Who is in Atlan ta, Gives Out an Interesting Interview. Atlanta Constitution. Benjamin Tillman, United States senator from South Carolina, and one * of the best known figures in American -politics, is an Atlantan tempora :ily, making his home for a week or so at the Robertson Sanitarium, on Capitol avenue. With Mr. Tillman is his -wife, and it is on her account that the trip was made. "Still," remarked the senator in this connection, "I was feeling a trifle off my feed the early part of the winter, and there were cer tain symptoms which made me know that there would be no harm done in my taking the treatment here as well as my wife. So I am here and I am glad to say that at present even the suggestion of those symptoms of the early part of the winter are gone and I am -feeling fine." Senator Tillman certainly looks the picture of rugged health, and there is little in his stalwart frame and gener ously proportioned features to even suggest the f...

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. — 9 May 1905

E.H. AULLt EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. TUESDAY, MAY 9, 1905. "The South Not Indictable." The people of the south are grati fied in the better understanding of conditions prevailing in this the greatest section of a great country which has gradually dawned upon and is taking hold of our northern brethren -gratified, not because the erroneous view which has largely prevailed has hurt the south, for the southern peo ple have those qualities of mind and heart which can not but make a peo ple great, in spite of all obstacles which may be thrown in their path: way; but gratified. in that our north ern brethren are gradually becoming more enlightened and less deserving of contempt for their little knowledg< of our common country. The follbw ing editorial, taken from a recent is sue of the Buffalo, N. Y., Evenin News, shows this better understand ing of southern conditions which ha: 'gradually been brought about in th, north, and is writ...

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. — 9 May 1905

CO MI Don't lag back while others are forging 1 * dise in South Carolina. No such an assortn Newberry's greatest store, and the immense * morning and every ddy this week. Stop, lo A Big 5 Cent Table. 3rd Center Table as you enter the door piled with colored Organdy, Dimity, and Batiste, not a yard in the lot worth less thnn 8 1 3c., 10C., and 12 1-2c., buy all you please as long as the big pile holds out, (none sold to merchants) 5c. yd. Corsets and Hosiery. 100 doz. Corsets worth 40 and 50c., special for this week 25c. 100 doz. Corsets, short, medium aad long, worth 50 and 65c., for this week 39c. each. 50 doz. Ladies' drop stitch Stoskings, black and tans, worth 40c., special for 35c. 50 doz. Ladies' drop stitch Stockings, black and tan, worth 25c. special for 12 1-2c. # 25 doz. Children's Socks and Stackings, white, pink * * and blue, worth 15c., special for 10c. pr. Don't hold your breath, but hold your poc< * the big store. Mimnau THE CHEAPE Monument to Sam A. Hawkins. mony ...

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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. — 9 May 1905

WHY IS HUNT CURTAILED. Guessing The. President's. Rea son For Has1:ening Home. Rumors and Rumors. Washington gossips are busy just now trying to hit upon some reason why President Roosevelt has curtail ed his hunt for game in the Wild West and is scheduled to return ho-ne -the latter part of next week, says the Washington correspondent of the News and Courier under date of Saturday. Some of the "know alls" declare that it is domestic re sponsibility and not a national emer gency which induces the sport loving President to close his game bag, un load his rifle and cut across lots homeward. From another quarter comes the suggestion that Miss Alice Roosevelt is about to announce her engagement to a popular Congressman from the West. There is also a well defined report that the President had been advised of the unexpected magnitude of the pending International Railway Congress. Those close to him have advised that his presence here during the session of the Congress might be helpful to ...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 9 May 1905

CARROLL CAUSES SENSATIO The Colored Preacher Accuses h: Brethren of the Negro Baptist Ch!zr:h -f Mis:, -:duet The Rev. R. Carroll. of Columb caused a breeze in the negro Bapt State convention in Union last we by accusing some of the minister appropriating the convention mon to their individual use and collectii money for foreign mission work ar distributing it among themselves buy land. "I was at a meeting when a cc lection was lifted for Africa and e ery cent of the money was divided mong the preachers present.' sa the Rev. Carroll., "and this is wh they called Africa." The Rev. G. W. Railford, i a res mution which was unanimously adop ed, said that Dr. Carroll had made a unwarranted attack upon the ministi without any provocation or found; tion, and resolved that the Rev. Ca roll was wrotig in making the sweel ing charges against the ministry, an tiat a committee be appointed to an; wer them. "I am prepared to prove all that have said." shouted the Rev. Mr. Cai rol. "I was inspire...

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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. — 9 May 1905

THE ODD FELLOWS. Newberry Will Be Well Represented at Meeting of the Grand Lodge in Greenwood. The grand lodge Improved Ordet Odd Fellows of South Carolina will meet in Greenwood tomorrow morn ing at io o'clock Newberry will be represented by Grand Representa tives to the Sovereign Grand Lodge J. Marion-Davis and Cole. L. Blease, and by Dr. Van Smith, Theo. Daniel sen and D. B. Chandler, representa tives from Pulaski lodge. No. 20. and the following past grands from Pulas ki lodge: W. H. Hardeman, T. S. Hudson, J. M. Guin, P. G. M. 0. Klett ner. C. D. Knight. J. Y. Jones, T. M. McEntire, W. M. Thomas. At this session of the grand lodge a successor will be chosen to Repre sentative to the Sovereign Grand Lodge J. Marion Davis. for a term of two years. Representative to the Sovereign Grand Lodge Cole. L. Blease holds over until next year, and will attend the meeting of the sover eign grand lodge in Philadelphia dur ing the fall. A grand encampment will be instituted by P. D. G. Sire J...

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. — 12 May 1905

VOL. XL II. NO. 65 NEWBERRY. S. C., FRIDAY MAY 12, 1905. TWICE A WE.$.0AYA PENSIOR ROLL FOR NEWBERRY CONTY NAMES APPROVED BY STATE PENSION BOARD. x6r Names on the Roll as Against 162 Last Year-The Amounts Received by Each. One hundred and sixty-one names appear on the pension roll for Newber ry county for the year 1905, approved by the state pension board, as against 162 for the year 1904. The several classes are represented as follows: B 3 $72.oo $ 216.oo C1 13 48.00 624.oo C2 54 15-50 837-00 C3 15 48.00 720.00 C4 76 15-50 1178-oo 161 $3575.00 Following is the corrected list for Newberry county: Class B. Bass, J. N., Newberry. Jones, W. R., Newberry. Lester, George, Prosperity. Class C, No. I. Franklin, W. B., Newberry. Cannon, H. D., Little Mountain. Hitt, Rainey, Gary. Kinard, J. Phillip. Slighs. Koon, William. Kinard, J. Pr*on, Pomaria. Lathrop, G. D, Newberry. Moats, F. D.. Kinards. McKittrick, James W., Newberry. Noland. G. S.. Newberry. Smith. T. H.. Slighs. Shepperd. John. C...

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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. — 12 May 1905

TORNADO IN KANSAS. Twenty-Six Lives Lost in Terrible Tornado in Kansas Tuesday. darknes fell upon thi" e V n -onight. it was Knon1 that -wenty ;ix lives had been lhe rnada that wrecked part olarquete eary zoday. and did much danage in i vicinity and that for:v- ur persns had been injured. Of the injured thirty-five were seriously hurt and some 0! them may (lie. During the day two victims died of their iuries. Several (-I the 'thers are suffering from broken limbs and internal in * ries5. Entire Families Killed. In several cases entire families have been killed. A man 'naned Switzer. a night watchman at the rail road vards. lost his three children. N. P. Nelson. with his wife and three children. were found dead. Two ot2 er children were not at home and es-. capea injury. Tonight order had pracically been brought out of the cha-tic cnditin that prevailed today and a relief c m mittee had begun dispensing aid. Among the relief from outside wer twenty-five pupils from Bethany col lege. ...

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. — 12 May 1905

THE APPLE. Famous in All Ages From the Mo Remote Periods. From the most remote periods tl apple has been the subject of prai among writers and poets. The all Corical -ree of knowledge bore apple and the fruit of the orchards of He perus. guarded by the sleepless dra on, which it was one of the triump] of Hercules to slay, were also apple5 '%.nong the heathen gods of tht north there were apples fabled to po sess the power of conferring immo talitv, which were carfully watch4 Over by the goddess Iduna and ke for the especial dessert of the go who, felt themselves growing old. As the mistletoe grew chiefly on t' apple and the oak. the former tr was looked upon with reverence I the Drut,: and even to this day some part, England the custom abiing e apple trce in the hope zood crops lingers among farmers. The apple is most perfectly natu alized in America. and in the nort e--n and niddle portions of the Unit' States succeeds as well as or, as N belive, better than in any other pa N ) fru:...

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. — 12 May 1905

~.H. AULL, EDITOR. E.,tered at the Postoffice at New 6erry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1905 Fitzhugh Lee. No Southern admirer Of Gen. Fitz hugh Lee could pay a nobler tribute to him than the following wh-ch we find in the New York Sun. It shows that the old sectional lines if they ever existed. have been wiped cut and it is possible for apaper over the dead line to do Justice to a southern man who fought on the sout.hern side for what he believed to be right and wlho afterwards showed his loyalty to the flag by serving his country in another capacity. "General Fitzhugh Lee tyPin-edl In his life and character that period of struggle and of tinal reconciliation. He came from a long line of illus trious Virginians. and he shared by inheritance in their state pride and their theories of state sovereignty. Accordingly. his adhesion to the south in the movement for secession from the union which followed the election of Lincoln was both consis tent and inevitable. When...

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. — 12 May 1905

UNION ACADEMY. The Doings of the People of a Pros perous Community. The wvt ea:htr ha.. thrownr th x:t :hi :2cle, .\lr. T. W. Gallmar week wi:h her daughter. Mrs. Lev Gruber. The. i gcass; met a Mr. L. T FeagIe's last S:mday eveni.g and wi meet again the tihrd Sanda a! Mr R. N. Tavlor's. Mr. Oscar Feagle wVh,, has been ,uffering with rhefna: , f*r th past several weeks has so much im proved that he is able to return t( his work a: Mr. Abram's. in No. towr>hip. Mr. John -1. Kinard has a cow witl twin Caires about two weeks old. The ities f ew-ry are greatli t, be prai-ed for the delicious feas they prepare<i for the old veterans f *tn wan:t 1 :ti2 dore well ins pae it ih hands f g)d ladies. 0: the many things I !-ng to see i. a man who can see a man just as wel after he is elected as before. when h s hunting vetes. !rethren vu ha better mind how voi walk on thi cross. if your boot slips your offici will be lost. Don't feel too independ ent and conclude that von have th, keys in...

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. — 12 May 1905

PUBLISHED FROM CLEMSON. 'Report of Experiments With Forage ,rops at the Coast Station-The Boll Weevil Laws. The News and Courier. Clcmson College, Mar 9.-Two ,ablications of interest have recently leen gotton out by the college au thorities. One is bulletin No. 103. of the South Carolina Experiment Sta. tion. by Col. J. S. Newman and Mr. W. D. Garrison, and consists of a _Report of experiments with forage -os at the coast land experiment ..stat1on, 1904." The paper gives some --very interesting results of experi --Ments with varieties of cow peas, *1arley. soja beans, oats. catail millet. EgyDtian clover. Florida beggar -we-ed, wheat, hairy vetch. cucumbers anA cantaloupes. alfalfa. and so forth. The otber is the third issue of the Clemson college extension work se ris, begun a month or so ago, and -is z paper on "The Development of 'Pubhe Grounds in Cities and Vil lages." the substance of an address befoe the Farmers' Institute at %c-mson college in August. 1904, by the Hon. G. 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. — 12 May 1905

NO CLOCKS IN LIBERIA. Because of Latitude Sun Serves fo: Practical Purposes. New York S2rn. \ yonn.:l negra fr m ibe1) ria ;eorge 11. N rtham. I1 nx visitmIn :his cotuntry. from which his parent: tmigrated tU :he negro republic -nan1 years ago. In a talk with a Sun re pocrter he spoke of an interesting phase ot the trade of Liberia. "In the towns.- he said. "the mor well to do inhabitants import a var ety of household conveniences. an< even luxuries, most of them comin .rom Europe. Our trade with the U nited States is not as large as it use( to be when we had direct vessel con nections between New York an( Monrovia. There are very few piano; among us, but nearly every house ha, its melodeon. ranging from the veri cheapest to the best quality. "It iS a curious fact tha: we bui very few clocks. They are regarded I know. as an essential part of th furnishings of the home in all civi lized countries. The comparativel, small number of our people who hav :airly good incomes have clocks...

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