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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 12 May 1905

NOTHING LIKE IT. The Welcome Given the Old Veter ans on Wednesday Was Never Equalled in Newberry. 'It is doubtful whether since the aays of old as many Veterans have gathered in Newberry as came to gether on last Wednesday. Press ing work on the farm, at office and at -store, all must wait on memory, and early in the morning they began to throng our streets, and all Newberry -was waiting to honor them. They -carne for memory's sake, and their very presence was a benediction to the younger generation, reminding -the young men and youth of today of what their fathers were, of their fideli ty in times past, ready to give up life land all for the duty of that hour. ad monishing us of the new today to be as true to the duty of the present. and as loyal to our people as they were in the past. All through the morning hours the streets were thronged, in pairs and groups they gathered, greeting one anothtr and recalling the scenes of long ago, and speaking in low tone5 of comrades who have "...

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. — 16 May 1905

VOL. XLII. NO. 67 NEWBERRY, S. C.. TUESDAY MAY 16, 1905. TWICE A WEEK, S1.50 YEAR TROOPS SLAY 300 MOROS. Fierce Fighting on the Island ef Jolo-Gen. Wood Personaliy in Command. Manilia. .\lay I;.- IIrc righting has bev,: going on :Ie last two weeks ()n the > (! of Jole between the out w .*ro cief. Pala. with 600 well -r me(: *L'wers. and troops under t personal command of Major Gen ecra Leonard Wood. Pala's losses thus far are oo killed. while those of General Wood are seven killed and nineteen wounded. Pala and his re maining followers. in accordance with Moro's tradition, prefer death to capture. Pala was a noted slave-trader and warrior when the Americans occu pied the islands. Later, he escaped, with his followers to the island of Pula Sekar, near Borneo. One of Pala's leaders deserted and took re fuge in the British settlement at Lahad. Pala, discovering his whereabouts, landed and demanded of the British magistrate that he turn the deserter over to him. The de -mand 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. — 16 May 1905

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Throught the World. About ;o.ooo persons witnessed th opening of the new uni pt in Atlanta on Saturday. The s-ation is said to be one of the best in the country. A man who said his name was Dan iel Costable, an Italian, was arrested in Washington on Friday while try ing to -force an entrance into t~1e white house. The two daughters of Henry Vhit aker, aged 1o and 12 years. were drowned in a mill pond in Pulaski, Va., on Friday. The girls were wad -ding in the shallow part of the pond and ventured out too far. A terrific tornado passed two and a half miles southeast of Mount Pleasant. Texas, Saturday killing one person and injuring many. Houses that were occupied by the persons in jured were completely destroyed. After more than ii months in prison, and three mistrials on the charge of murdering Caesar Young. Nan Patterson was reicased from the Tombs ill New York on Friday. She was released on her own recogni zance. She le...

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. — 16 May 1905

THEI It's our, aim to buy SummE * every article ii forced by sonT * price for the s * Remember i * continue BLAC I lot Black Mohe 9 Eolienne, Paname + and sells for $1.2 0 : sale 77c. per yar * 1 lot black Voiles, Skin, worth 75c., + 1 lot black Dress for this sale 23c t * 1 lot colored Dr * White I * llot Ov.andy, wh * I lot Persian Lawi * 1 Lot Persian Law~ + 1 lot colored Orga * 1 lot Dotted Mulls, I Ilot French Nets + I1lot Checked DirT * We make a bra * in Newberry sellii * this week, to mov * Duck Hats just ar * I lot Dresden Ribi I lot Taffeta Ribb< * American Beauty +, at reduced pr 0r 0 + We have the rig 4 men, women and * We call special * the articles on th * Standard Patte .HAI 4 )f the S;e to give the buying publ Ow Dry Goods, Millinery n our house at reduced ie make=believe cheapE ame merchandise. :his sale begins Wedne! K DRESS GOODE tir, Voiles, Batiste, worth-8 t Cloth, etc., worth I lot 36. 5 to $1.50, for this wor:h I d I lot 36 Mohairs and Shark worth J this 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. — 16 May 1905

E. H. ACLL, 1-DIT,R. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1905. Who is its Candidate? The Newberrv Herald and New says: "In reply to the Laurens Advertiser we do not believe Gov. Heyward would permit his name to be used as a candidate for governor for a third term. The Herald and News has a record for standing up to Newberry men when the 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. Heyward to be a most excellent gen tleman and we know that he ha 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 News has not vet espoused the cause of any c ~ the can didates. We want to hear and knon where they stand on certain ques tions and then it is time enough." Of course no man or thing. not even, The Advertiser, can tell ...

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. — 16 May 1905

ODD FELLOW'S CONVENTION. Endowment of Orphanage-Officers Elected-Greenville Next Meet ing Place. The -- .\c-nven of thle Indepeim <1;rder ,f Odd Fel lows as in ses,in at Greenwood last WCCk: The m1eeting was called to order by Grand Nlaster John J. -NcSwain. of Greenville. There were about two hundred delegates present The assembly this year was made up of practically three ctonventions, em bracing the annual convemlion of the Odd Fellows, the Rebecca assembly, composed of the ladies of the order and the grand encampment. Among the important business transacted by the order was the en dowment of an Odd 'Fellows' orphan home. the first payment being made by a check for Si.ooo. Each member is to pay annually Si.oo. There are 5300 members of the order. A board of trustees consisting of the following was appointed: L. N. Zealy of Columbia. C. J. Pride. Greenville: H. J. Southern. Green ville: T. N. Bennet. Greenville: H. Witcover. Marion. and L. M. C. Oli veros of Aiken. The ten club...

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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. — 16 May 1905

SOLICITOR HENRY'S REPORT. Sa,., State Unable to Deal With Mobs-The Morrison Lynch ing. The following is a synopsis of So licittr Henry's report in the Morri son lynching case taken -from the Columbia correspondencc of the Greaville News: Socitor IHenry has filed a red hot and qonewhat startling report of the .Mm:sson case. lie gives an account of: downfa.. of the state's case a the illeged !ynchers and ex pla : his acti V in the wholt ! . perhap: a: wtll to sart th( -rp. rom the and to give hiz srst. Here in vh: Soliior ry had to say i c!re'ing the rert: "-h h oreg)g A epOr: Is iron v* *acts. credible information co- rated1 by circumstances. No o nh conclusiois fron the whol -Mc.rrison, a prisoner of state, hat been taken trom prison and the cus tody of officers, and foully murdered for slaying his fellow man, who. con tray to his reputation was. at thai time armed with a deadly weapon, Morrison was a white man, in that community without family connec tiorm or influence, without mon...

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. — 16 May 1905

SPIDER THREADS THE BEST. For Use in Telescopes Nothing Has Been Found So Good. The astr nomr after the experi ence oI many years has found that :he spidcr -,rnihe- the only thread which can b.- -uccC.sfullv ed i carrying r his work, writes Ambrose Swazey. in the Scientific American The spider lines mostly tised are from one-fifth to one-seventh of a thousandth of an inch in diameter and, in addition to their strength and elasticity, they have the peculiar property of withstanding great tem Derature; and often when measuring the sun spots, although the heat is so intense as to crack the lenses of the micrometer, eyepiece. yet the spidet h,es are not in the least injured. The threads of the silkworm, al thougl of great value as a commer cial product, are so co-rse and rough compared with the silk of the spider that they cannor. be used in such in -ruments. Spider lines, although but a frac tion of a thousandth of an inch in diameter are made up of several thousands of microscopic stre...

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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. — 16 May 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mr. and Mrs. Jui(. H. icker left Din Saturday for Baltimore. Dr. Perry 1). Simpson of Prosper ity i, visiting T. P. Johnson. Mrs. \-V. E. Ruff left today to spend iomet ime in Columbia. Mr%. M. A. E,vans left today for \sheville. N. C. Mr-. 11. Aul and famly are vis :tiri: Mrs. i. B. McSweenev ot H1 amrpton. \li. \V. Brown \\'v,e\, of York-, :ile. and daughter Rachel are visiting Dr. R. M. Kennedy fr a few days. Mr. L. A. Riser has gone with the ;pec-.1 party to the gold helds of 1 i r. and Mrs. J I. L uill. of Dv( )nV. _pent Sunday with their son. E. If. Aull in Newberry. Mr. Am!brose Fuliner returned on Saturday froia Baltimore. where he gradi:ated in denistry. Mrs. E. L. Galloway and little son, Archie, of Augusta. Ga.. are visiting Miss Bell Hall. Miss Lilian Glenn who has been -visiting friends in the city returned to her home this morning. Mr. A. V. Rousell, of Augusta. Ga.. a graduate o' Newb...

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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. — 19 May 1905

VOL. XLII. NO. 68 NEWBERRY. S. C.. FRIDAY MAY 19 1905. TWICE A WEEK, $1.50 YEAR NEWS OF PROSPERITY. Excursion to Bush River By joll: Dozen-Personal Mention Other Matters. Prosperity. S. C.. May i8.-Rev. W H. Greever. of Columbia is expecte< to preach in Grace church. on nex Sunday. May 2. Miss Nannie Simpson has returne< from her school and will spend th summer at home, much to the deligh of her many friends. Mr. McKain. of Columbia. is visit ing his father, the Rev. Mr. McKain of this place. Rev. C. A. Freed, of Columbia, wil preach in Grace church on the fourtl Sunday of May. There is a little his tory in connection with the tw< present pastors in Columbia. The: have both 'been called to Gract church and now they are both ir Columbia and both will preach fo: .is church during the vacancy. Mr. L. C. Merchant will in a shor tirte go into the mercantile busines! here. Dr. Hunter will build him a stor< house on his vacant lot next to th< dispensary and he will open in i...

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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. — 19 May 1905

question with his conscience and with his God. Only let him be hon est with his conscience, honest with his God. Let me suggest two rea sons to the moderate drinker why he should not drink at all. The first reason is the fact that your ifluence leads many a youth to follow your footsteps. NI an who drinks to excess has any inIluence to lead your boys to foliow his foMtsteps. Ify were to take your ibtoywre men are drinking and offer him a glass ot whisker, the child would say "No. father, I don't like the smell of I. "Father, what a queer looking inI.n that i.. What makes his face so red. his eyes so blear?" "Drink did it my boy-here is a glass for you." "Fath er the way these men talk frightens me. Vhat makes them use such lan guage?" "Drink does it my boy here is a glass for you." By this time the child will be in tears and will beg you to take him home to his mother. But let the same child see his father's friend, or perhaps the father. take an occasional glass ot liquor. He soon ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 19 May 1905

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Tess Interest Con densed Throught the World. The general asscmblv of the Sout:hern Presbyterian churches con vened at Fort Wort. Texas, today. Two hundred and forty commission ers are in attendance. Organization of a permanent body to be known as the General Conven tion of Baptists of North America, was perfected on Wednesday in St. Louis. Officers and committees were elected and appointed. Mr. E. W. Stephens is president. It is announced from Cronstadt that Vice Admiral Birileff, command er in chief at the Baltic ports, has or dered the commanders of the fourth division of Rojestvensky's fleet to hold their ships in readiness to leave for the far east by June 14th. without fail. The National Manufacturers' as. sociation has passed resolutions up holding the stand taken by President Parry against the exercise by the na tional government of the rate making power for the railroads. The resolu tion calling upon the canal commis sion to use American ...

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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. — 19 May 1905

IA I -~ B. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY, MAY ig, 1905 A Story of Good Roads. The story of the re(em'Pti)n o the southeastern part of Indiana. known as the Pocket, told in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. is mainly the story of good roads. Ten years ago that portion of the state was "in the mud." A good roads agitation set in. and under present conditions southwestern In diana is as one big city. thoroughtly equipped with a mail system and pav ed highways. Ten years ago there was one mile of improved highway in Gibson county and the farmers wanted no more. Today there are 102 miles, with more building. Ten years ago the telephone was unknown: today there are 3,400 telephones in use, operated from 18 exchanges. There were only four banks; now there are io and a trust company.--Good Road Magazine. The greatest advantage cannot come to any community until it has good roads, with good roads the story is always the same. Young ...

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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. — 19 May 1905

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Meeting of Grand Lodge at Beau fort-Newberrians In Attend ance.-Officers Elected. Beatort. S. C.. May 19. 1005. The grand .-fdge . Knights n1 Py,::ia, heI a .arge and very int.r est"ng me'g- in Rleaufort on Ved nes'aV. An imp,rtant nmasure was passed looking to the permznent 1' cation of future meetings which was referred :o a committ, c. mp sed oi three past grand chance!lors with in structions t) report a: next years meeting,-H. T. Thiompso Ln. Colum bia: C. C. Sims. Barnwell: Geo. S. Mower. Newherrv. The following :fficers were elect ed for the enuing year: Grand chancellor. B. A. Morgan. Greenville: grand vice chancellor. M. Rutledge Rivers. Charleston: grand prelate, M. L. Smith. Camden: grand keeper of records and seals, Rev. J. H. Thornwell. Fort Mill: grand ma3 ter of exchequer, Wilson G. Harvey: Charleston: grand master-at-arms W R. Bristol. Beaufort: grand inner guard. G. McIntyre. Marion: grand outer guard, G. W. King. Timmons ville: supreme representa...

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. — 19 May 1905

Henry Watterson Tells Of Venice. Writing to the Louisville Courier jourial from Venice Henry \Va-ter son says: The Lido is to Venice what Coney .stand is to New York; though Little S;s Faid she thought it "a very poor sort of a Cony Island." In roit o the Doge'i Palace you take a little steamnboat and cross the lare uloon --twenty minutes, or thereabout -and are landed at the pier on the inner -ide of the -The Island,p whence a .)obtail car, drawn by one quadruped in aft Venic-e, a cross between a muile .-and a Shetland pony, carries you in thrve minutes to the outer side, and yee arrive upon the esplande of a weoden barn, which. does double duty au theater and restaurant. and over looks *e broad, blue stretch of the Adriatic. Here in summer the Ve netians come to bathe, to hear the music, c: see the play, and, incident ally, to eat sea-food, of which a cop per-plated snail, described as "ostra," and sold at three lire, or sixty cents a dozen, is the piece of resistance. Let me seri...

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. — 19 May 1905

Making Friends Every Day. Twis can truthfully be said of JelsO Ice Cream POWDER the new product for making the most delicious ice cream you ever ate; everything in the package. Nothing tastes so good in hot weather. All grocers are placmgit in stock. If your grocer can't supply you send 25c. fr two packa:es by mail. Four kinds: Van illa,Chocolate, Strawberry and Unflavored. Address, The Genesee Pare Food Co., Box 295, Le Roy, N.Y. WHAT PLUCK CAN DO. From London Slums Pearce Rose To Be Prince Of London Caterers There is a lesson for every Ameri can boy who has his own way to e make in the world in the career of John Pearce, the prince of London's cheap caterers, wnose i,0oo employ ees recently presented him with a handsome testimonial. They did ; this just to show that they regarded their boss as their friend, and it was an appropriate tribute to a man who in his rise from poverty to affluence 1 'has always commanded the esteem of those who have worked for him. Tall and lanky, stoop-...

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. — 19 May 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. -u r. 1.c u The wo,enic-ts of Many Pjople, O Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. 1lajor R. ii. Welch -. Cumbia zrpent several days in town. a Mr. Frank Dreher, of Sellwood, a was in Newberry on Tuesday. Mr. J. C. Harmon. of Raviraville. we.s in town this week. 0 Mr. Robert Dacus, of Greenville. ,K a s4pent the early part of the wee" in Newberry. P Mr. T. I. Swygert. ot Union, wa,t i Newberry this week to attend the ti ball game. Mrs. W. B. Wertz has returned home from a visit to her parents nt Greenville. Messrs. Noel Paysinger and Eu gene Bowers. of Greenwood. were in a Newberry on Tuesday. th Mrs. George McCutchen of Colum- h bia is visi'ing her father. Mr. Allan Johnstone in Newberry. Miss Lois Goggans returned home a] iron the Presbyterian college at Charlot'.e yesterday. 01 Frs. E. B. Rives of Summerville 15 ;v:ig the family of Mr. W. P. t 1' 7 1-ary Lou Bowers has re turiid from Poniaria where she has al at, bce; teaching school. Miss Helen Hunter who ha...

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. — 23 May 1905

TOL. XLII. NO. 69 NEWBERRY. S. C.. TTTESDAY MvAY 23, 1905. TWICE AWE.$.0YA DISPENSARY LOSES PICKENS Overwhelming Defeat-A Significani Result in One of the Border Counties After Warm Cam paign. The State. Pickens. May 2o.-In the electior today the dispensary was voted out by 3 to 1. possibly 4 to 1. So far as heard from the dispen sary has not carried a single box and it is thought that prohibition will carry every precinct in the county. There are 23 precincts in the county and of these ii have been heard from. The vote for and against the dispen sarv is as follows: Against For Pickens ..........1..177 89 Easley ....... ....143 27 Easley cotton mill ..5...- 1 1 Liberty ..5.......... 4 10 Calhoun............ II - Central ..6...........6 2 Cateechee .. .. .. .. .. 29 20 Dacusville ..........32 20 Maynard ............12 1* Praters ..6...........6 3T Cedar Mountain ......40 10 Total.. ..........678 220 This is the total reported up to last night of 898 votes, and the total poll ed will ...

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. — 23 May 1905

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Throught the World. A fire in \\ilkesbarre. Pa.. caused by the cr-sing f two cctric wircs destroyed property worth ,;oo.ocr). Josephine Carr, a 13-year-old girl, killed a baby in Toronto. Ont., to get the carriage. Jahann Hack. accused of the mur der of his wife in Chicago, was on Friday. sentenced :o hang. The result of a riot in Chicago on Sunday was a negro dead and a white man mortally wounded. Frank Julian and his son were kill ed in Berry, Ala., on Saturday by a tree falling upon them during a storm. In a pistol duel between Lucas Green and W. I. Smith. on Saturday in Brunswick. Ga.. Smith was fatally wounded. The warehouses of the Standard Oil company were destroyed by fire Saturday, and the remains of Wil liams Strickland. the night watch man were found in the ruins. A workman who was trying to avoid two detectives in Warsaw. on Thursdav. fell and a bomb which he carricd exploded, killing the work man and the two ...

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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. — 23 May 1905

MAKING POSTAGE STAMPS. They Are Printed Rapidly, But With Great Care. The first mechanical process in the manufacture of a postage stamp is the cutting or engraving of the die. This is a piece of steel of the finest quality, on the polished surface of which a man slowly and patiently cuts, line by line, the portrait or other emblem which has been adopted for this par ticular stamp. A steel engraving is what is called an incised plate; that is, every line which is to show in the finished print is cut into the surface instead of being left in relief, as in wood engraving, says a writer in the Youth's Companion. The die which the engraver cuts is "negative"; in other words, a reversal of the design which the stamp will show. The reason for this soon be comes apparent. When the die is finished and proofs show it to be satisfactory, it is har dened and fixed in the bed of a pow erful press. Over it is then passed a steel roller, the circumference of which is several times-perhaps four ti...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
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