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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 4 July 1905

MOB LAW RULES IN GEORGIA NINE PRISONERS TAKEN OUT OF JAIL AND SHOT. Eight are Killed, but the Ninth, Al though Left for Dead, Survives -One of Killed was White. Watkinsville, Ga., June 29.-A mob entered the jail at Watkinsville at 2 o'clock t!his morning and took there from nine prisoners, eight of whom were shot to death and the ninth es caped only by being thought dead by the mob. The prisoners taken out and lynched were Lon J. Aycock, white, charged with tihe murder of F. M. Holbrook and wife, of Oconee county, and seven negroes, Rich Rob inson, Lewis Robinson, Claud Elder, charged with the murder of the Hol brook couple; Sandy Price, a young negro, charged with attempted rape upon the person of Mrs. Weldon Doo ley; Rich Allen, a negro convicted and under sentence of death for the mur der of Will Robertson, anot+her negro; Gene Yerbe, another negro, charged with the burglary of a rifle from Mr. Marshall, and Bob Harris, a negro, charged with shooting another negro. The mob came q...

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. — 4 July 1905

P'tered .at the Protrice at >Ce'v berry, S. C. as second class matter. FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1905. Two Extracts. The Herald and News has been re quested by the chairman of the exec utive committee, Mr. G. F. Long. to publish the two extracts which fol low. The f;r-t a part of a ,ection ot the Brice Act under which it is pro posed to vote out the dispensary. The other is the article of the consti tutios of the state with reference to the manner in which the legisitirc may regulate the sale ofiir or h it may prohibit the sale of liquor. It will be seen that under ,<he constitu tion the legislature cannot authorize a municipal corporation to issue a license. In regard to the Brice Act The Herald and News published it in full just before the mass meeting was held t.. consider the question of get ting up petitions to ask the supervisor to order the election. There are two provisos to this section which we are asked to print which should be print ed with it but .which are left off the co...

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. — 4 July 1905

We are kee ing up the pac of the South, builuing with U moth business. Look back here in Newberry, then paus the great success of MIMNA chant or merchants in Newb merchandise. Be on hand e Silks and Dress Goods. 3 pieces 36 in. Blacc Taffeta Silk, the $1.00 kind, for 79c. yard. 5 pieces 36 in. Black Taffeta Silk, the $1.50 kind, for 98c. yard. 5 pieces 36 in. White China Silk, the 69c. kind, for 39c. yard. 4 pieces 44 in. Black Brilliantine, the 69c. kind, for 49c. yard. 5 pieces 45 in. Black Melrose, the 75c. kind, for 48c. Our entire stock of Silks and Black Goods to go at cut prices. Bedspreads, Towels and Table Linens. 50 large Marseilles Bed Spreads, ivorth $1.50,. special 98c. each. 75 large Marseilles Bed Spreads, worth $2.25. special $1.39 each. 47 large Marseilles Bed Spreads, worth $3 ('0, special $2.29 each. 100 large Bed Spreads as a flyer, worth 85c., special 49c. each. 1 case large bleached Cotton Towels, worth 15c., special 9c. each. 50 doz. large Bleached Huck Towels...

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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. — 4 July 1905

HAY'S SUDDEN DEATH. Up to Midnight of Friday He Seemed Improving-A Sudden and Fatal Turn. John Hay, Secretary of State, died at twehe twenty-nve on Saturday -morning a: his summer home. "The Fells" at Newbury, N. H.. on the shore of Lake Sunapee. The last moments of the statesman -were peaceful and the end came al " most without a struggle. The suddenness of it was stagger ing. At the hour of twelve all was quiet. In another moment the nurse and pihysicians found themselves summoned to the bedside. There had been a collapse. Twenty-five minutes -later all was over. So swiftly did the end come that the dying man passed away unattend -ed by all the members of the family -save his wife. The others, son and -daughter, were summoned, but reach -ed the bedside only to find their dis tinguis+hed parent dead. Biographical Sketch. John Hay was born in Salem, Ind., October 8, 1838. He was of Scotch ancestry, the son of Dr. and Mrs. Charles Hay. After a common school education in Warsaw, Ill.,...

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. — 4 July 1905

What Shall We Have for Dessert? This question arises in the family every day. Let us answer it to-day. Try JeI-O, a delicious and healthful dessert. Pre pared in two miinutes. No boiling ! no baking! add boiling water and set to cool. Flavors:-Lemon, Orange, Rasp berry and Strawberry. Get a package at your grocers to-day. to cts. Dr. R. M. Kennedy, DENTIST. Newberry, - - S. C. OTER NATIONAL BANK. Best Mineral As phalt Roofing. C. H. CANNON, Near C.. N. & L. Depot Just received 2 car loads Of Buggies. 1 car load of Wagons. and a lot of up to-date and first class Harness. All to be had at REASONABLE PRICES at A T. BROWN. Ta1 UwK BY A aundiry Co free wIth 10 et anyo.r nam an aes o CFINESE BOYCOTT SPREADS. Adopted in Seventeen Provinces, Says th Vice Consul Lock Wing-Mer chant's Grievances. New York Sun. According to Mr. Lock Wing. the Chinese vice consul in this city, the boycott against American goods started soime weeks ago by the Can ton Commercial league has spread through seve...

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. — 4 July 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mr and Mlrs. C. 31. West spent Sun ;day in Greenville. Ms. M. A. 'toddard returned Fri .iay :romtn Louisvillc. Ky. Mrs. J. K. Gilder has returned fron, a visit to relatives in Kentucky. Miss Julia Paisley is in Newberry .after %n extended stay n Charleston. Mr. and Zs. Willie Wright, of Jobn.son, visited his brother, the Rev :Geo. A. Wright the past week. Mrs. Robert Smith and Miss Louis< Brown, of Kinards, are visiting rela tives in Anderson. Miss Varina Feagle. of Littl< Mountain, is visiting her brother F. L Feagle, at his residence in the city. Greenville News. Mrs. Jos. Mann. Misses Jennie, An vie, Roberta Mann left yesterday fo Asheville where they will spend th< cummer. Mrs. H. B. Wells and children re turned Sunday from a visit to he -parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Fulmer of Columbia. -Rev. j. H. Graves went to Langie: .on Saturday where on Sunday h -preached a sermon before the Re&...

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. — 7 July 1905

tI' l it ,tti. VOL. XLII. NO. 84 NEWBERRY. S. C.. FRIDAY JULY 7 1905, TWICE A WEEK, $1.50 YEAR COTTON HAS CHANGED HANDS VERY RAPIDLY TEN CENTS BROUGHT IT FROM THE FARMS. Prosperity's Dividend Paying Insti :-utions-Where Are The Jolly Dozen?-Personal. -rosperity, July 6.-Mr. L. A. As bill, after a short stay in our town as the guest of his brother-in-law. re t,rne(i to his home in Johnston Tules diay. Mrs. L. C. Schumpert is on a visit to her father-in-law. Mr. B. B. Schum pert, this week. Mrs. Schumpert left the ho: city of Savannah for the cool shades of Prosperity. She has Mas ter Randolph with her. Miss Bessie Randolph. of Campo bello. S. C.. is visiting Miss Julia Schumpert this week. The Farmers' Institute will be held at Youngs Grove on July 28 and we hope :o see all of our farmers take ad vantage of it. Much information is to be ? ad by attending these institutes. WVe notice that the papers have been exploiting the amount paid -out by the ban'k, :nd muis ., - dmont sec a n t ...

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. — 7 July 1905

the signatures of the Commissioners subscribed to such certificate. 8th. Tha: the Chairman of the State Board of Canvassers did not forward addressed to the Governor and Secretary of State, by messenger, the returns, poll books and all papers appertaining to the election. 9th. That notice of the election was never published in any public newspaper or county newspaper in the county of Pickens by-authority of the proper Board of Election Com missioners as required by law. ioth. But that said election was held by the County Supervisor of Pickens county and his Clerk, they appointing the Managers of Election, and if the votes were ever counted and the election declared, it was done by the County Superviscr and his Clerk without warrant of law and not in accordance with the Constitution and Laws of this state as provided in Chapter 1o, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1902, Volume i. page 97, regulating the manner of holding general and special elections which states, "All general or spec...

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. — 7 July 1905

COL. BACON'S LAST LETTER. The Edgefield Editor Sends His Fare well Epistle From Europe With Greetings to Home Folks. Edgefield Chronicle, Extra. Munich, June 12. 1905. Dear Chronicle: By God's merci ful providence we are in Munichi, the capital of Bavaria. on our way to Paris for one week's stay there. On Tuesday afternoon, the 2o:h, we shall leave Paris by rail and journey to Cheri,ourg on the French coast of the channel. where we will board he u:ick steamer Bremen of the North German Lloyd Line-bound :cr "t:e land of the free and lhe home of the brave" -bound for the green field f 'geiield(alas, too green. :rom all we hear!) for Centre Spring. for Lanlanl's Spring, for peaches. for watermelons, for scuppernongs-for all we have loved from the cradle, for all we shall love to the grave. God bring us safely to the haven where we would be! We came to Munich direct from Dresden, the capital of Saxony. It was in these two cities that we spent much time just 5o years ago. And here we are...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 7 July 1905

E. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at Nev berry, S. C., as second class matter. The .supervist!rs f regi-tratin 1 a t',et:~ are .:.I42 ~ i 3. 20:N. .. 47:N. . ~2: N. 284 No. 7. 137: Nu. S. 1,2: N<. 9. 76: No. 10. 448: No. 11, 210. -Of course there are net that man voters in the county but just how yo are to tell who are voters and wh are not is going to be a difficult tas1 Our Wheeland correspondent wan t-s to tell him if the dispensary VCted ont \whnat we wEV\ill have an w~an't'- toi knowV qulick :and then in :l next breat savs that thev are g.n to stick to the dispensary. I: wonl seen that his mind is already mac u'p. When the dispensary is voted of you will have nominal prothibitio1 There will be no legal method c handling whiskey and no one can se it legally. Whether t1here will be a< tual prohibition we can't say. Justice Pope may have taken th proper course in referring the Picl ens case to a referee to take test mony. but there can be but few add tional facts...

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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. — 7 July 1905

This Contir FO] EVERY ARTIC White and Colored Wash Goods! These we offer, not at cost, but at prices to clean them out. Every one a bargain. 72 in. White Organdy, six yds. rakes a dress, value 50c., at 24c. per yd. 45 in. White Organdy, value 4oc., at 19c. per yd. 40 in. Persian Lawns, value 35c., at 15c. per yd. 4o in. India Linen, value roc., at 5c. per yd. Book Fold India Linen, value I2%c., at 9c. per yd. Checked Nainsooks, value 634c., at 34c per yd. Lace Mulls and Dotted Silk Mulls, value 35c., at I5c. per yd. All Figured Batiste and Organdies, value io and 12%c., at 8jc. per yd. A big lot of 36 in. Percales, Suitings and Batiste, value ioc., as long as they last for 5c. per yd. Red and Blue Prints, best brand at 43 c. per yd. Umbrellas and Parasols! One lot Ladies' Parasols, value $Z.oo. for $1.49 each. One lot Ladies' Parasols, valae $1.75, for $1.24 each. One lot Ladies' Parasols, value $ .50, for 98c. each. One lot Ladies' Parasols, value $i.oo, for 69c. each. One lot Men'...

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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. — 7 July 1905

BUSBANDLESS MAIDS YEARN FOR MATES. cyotes Howl at Bonesteel, So Agent Is Hurried For 157 Men. NIew York World. Chicago. June 28.-Alfred M. Pax -sn, -press agent for 157 spinsters who have farms near Bonesteel, South Dakota, in the old Rosebud Reserva lion, reached here today and began a .crus-ade to obtain husbands For the r am n .: in the market myself. :aaC:e, "for I have a wife and seven z.ibd_en, but th, women who have lc:ted out from New England. fron Ne. York, from Altoona from the h~c r eserve. and even from Illinois. :a; kbandless. They want and need Once Ve get them properly m ed off to true American ci:izens 3ns teel will make Pe:rre. Mitchell n Deadwood look like Mexican aoney." "The -6o acre farms are now worth -iywhere from $2,000 to $3,500. The -girls are just as nice as they can be aad this is their view: It looks lovely 4uring the daytime. Bluebells are tossing among the grasses, the sun is a ball of gold, the winds sing of hope -and forty bushels to the acre in crop...

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. — 7 July 1905

THE LATE J. WOOD DAVIDSON. A Tribute to This Scholar and His torian From the Pen of Col. Thomas, Written in 1897. The late James Wood Davidson. who recently died in Florida, was a South Carolinian whose ability and scholarly achievements entitle him to the gratitude of the people of the south and of South Carolina, whose records in history and literature he did so much to preserve. In 1897 Col. John P. Thomas contributed to the State an appreciation of the work of Mr. Davidson which is as applicable now as it was then. Col. Thomas' tribute was as follows: To the Editor of the State: The class roll of graduates of tvhc South Carolina college for the year 1852 contains 47 names, many of whom, such as the Rev. Nicholas W. Edmunds. Dr. Peter E. Griffin. Harry Hammond, Esq.. ex-Judge Joshua Hezekiah Hudson, Ellison S. Keitt, Esq., ex-Judge Samuel Warren Mel ton, ex-Judge William H. Thomas, Joseph Newton Whitner, Esq., LeRoy F. Youmans, Esq., have been promi nent in South Carolina. But th...

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. — 7 July 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many Peopl Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mr. T. D. Jones of Eharhardt is vi iting relatives in the city. Mrs. W. G. Houseal and childri have gone to Hendersonville. N. ( where they will spend the summer. Mr. W. P. Harris wants all lovers 4 a good barbecue to remember his ba becue on the 13th. There will I speakers here too. In the ct tnrt tof c mlnt ton pleas c the iurv d cket there are some case- ftr trial and about half of the are anage : againSt the railrt) -mpalneie and( .elegrapli c )mpal -and 'ther c rp'rat ' . Mr. Adain .. .\il will give a fir cla., barbecue at lP marla ii Satu day. Cole L. Blease and A. C. Jon' have accepted invitations tt discu the dispensary law. We had hea1 that there would be other speake out we are not sure of that. Death of Child. ~The infant daughter, Constanc< Theodore. of Rev. and Mrs. W. Herbert. died at their home in C< 'lumbia on WVednesday. aged Above Par. City council has sold the bondz i sued...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 11 July 1905

4~e - AL XT VOL. XLII. NO. 85 NEWBERPRY. S. C.. 1'FTE DAY JULY It, 1905. TWICE A WEK1.0YA LEAKAGE GOYEMENT FIGURES PROYEDI SEC'T'Y CHEATHAM'S CHARGE WELL FOUNDED. It Was Claimed that Holmes Had Furnished Advance Information to New York Brokers. Washington. July 8.-As a result of inxestigation by secret service agents into the charges made by Richard Cheatham. Secretary of the Cotton Planters' association, that informa tion has been given to cotton brokers in New Yo'k by some person or per sons in the bureau of statistics of the -department of agriculture, secretary Wilson today made public an offcial report in which he states that Edwin S. Holmes. associate statistician, has been guity of "juggling" ofnvial re prts. The report says that it has been found that Holmes communicated ad vance information to L. C. Van Rip per, a New York broker, and H. Haas, of New York, who acted as a ;go-between in conveying information from Holmes to New York brokers, including Theodore H. Price. Steps...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 11 July 1905

ing the Brice bill, saying they had published only certain portions of it. leaving out the following provisos. which he read: A tax of one-half mill is hereby levied annually upon every dollar of the value of all taxable prop erty in all the counties voting to re move the dispensaries: any county voting out a dispensary shall not thereafter receive any part of the sur plus that may remain of the dispen sary school funds. It has even been said that Governor Heyward has said he wouldn't put on the extra tax. Heyward had nothing to do with it. The legislature had already put on this half mill tax, and the legislature had said if you vote out the dispensary you will not receive any more a part of the school funds. If the dispensary was voted out, the county would put on itself an extra half mill tax, be sides taking away from itself every dollar of the school fund. State's Financial Condition. "In 1904 the legislature approp;,at ed $285.ooo to pay the interest on the state debt and $20....

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. — 11 July 1905

JAPS USE OF TELEPHONE. Commanding General Was in Com munication With Entire Field. F.iectrical Review. The rapiKity with wich the Jap>an ,ese es:ablished telep:T ne co;mmumi cati(n was remarkab_e. -Lines were 'i Weli in advance of he main body Otr rp:. even when the army was advancing by forced marches and per tect c''nnection was maintained at all times between the different divisions Wherever conditions permitted the ree(s of wire and the instruments were carried in wagons. The line was laid on the ground as rapidly as horse drawn vehicles could advance. If the !ine sc laid was to become permanent J a detail vollowed the wagon at leisure t and attached the wire to trees or .has- e ti!y crectei supports. ifying 1ines. or lines within the zone of action. which connected t th commandcer's headquarters with the various divisions on the firing' line, the detail following the reel wag- c on merely laid the wire in protected c places on the ground where it was y least likely to be dis...

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. — 11 July 1905

11+ E. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. TUESDAY, JULY II, 19o5. As to Registered Voters. T -Attorney General Gunter was asked yesterday what he thought of the proposition advanced in Newber ry county to the effect that the op ponents of the dispensary should have on their petitions for an election the names of one-fourth of all voters who had registered since the inauguration of the new system of registration un der the constitution of 1895. Mr. Gun 'ter in an unofficial -capacity replied 1 that he thought the proposition un warranted by law. for many k.f the 1 voters who have died. been convicted I or moved away. and he construes the law to mean tha: the petitio ns shall be signed by one-fourth of the voters residing in the county at the time. voters eligible to cast their ballots in case an election should be held. The above is from the local columns of the State n Sunday. We did not know that the question had been dis cussed ...

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. — 11 July 1905

AN ENGLISH PAPER Gives Its Impression of American Girls. London Dail, Mail. The American woman is like th! American Bc anty rose, a peculiar pro duct of her own country. Vu Ting rang. the Chinese Minister at Wash ington. once said: "You can't under stand why America has reached her present position in the world until you know the American woman: then you wonder why the country is n,-t even greater than it is." Prima'rily the women who live in the United S:ates have a firm convic tion that the hand that rocks the cra die rules the world. And as they like :' rule. they start by rocking the cradle. To rule their nienfolk they realize the necesity of attracting the eye, and they deliberately set out to make themselves a; prepossessing as pos ible. They copy the Frenchwoman's mode Of dressing and the English woman's method of caring for her physique, and then add a touch of originality by' teaching themselves how to talk intelligibly on every sub iect. They are particularly proud )f this...

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. — 11 July 1905

b COL. JOHN F. HOBBS. A Native Of South Carolina No' Prominent in Journalism. The filowivng r. tIce from the Joui nalist will be read with interest b ihe South Carolina friends of Co .zgobbs, who is a native of Lexingto countv. a granldson f the late senatt john C. 1-lope and a graduate of Nev berry college. C,l. Hobb' has tra) -led extensiel 1i is a member varior.s clubs- and societies. being member of tie Southern society New York. trea':rer of the Intern: tional Press club, trustee of the Ne York Press club. The clipp:ng rom- the Journali: xoilow ' Tlie number of 13 does not seem t be a h5odos fr Cci. John F. Hobt of the New York Press club ar other-. His birthday is June 13 at his hst of friends in the Thirtet club did not forget the fact at Brigl ton Beach last week. T: date w, the thirteenth of the month and tl occasion was the annual ladies' di! ner of the chib. It was held at ti Brighton Beach hotel, with Ge Croje as the guest of honor. Aboi 400 ladies and gentlemen sat down...

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