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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 11 July 1905

FAREWELL TO PARIS. Henry Watterson's Fond Adieu To Paris Town-He Goes Away Regretfully. Louisville Courier-Journal A truce to moralizing. I must leave Faris a little rarier than I intended on account of some London engage ments made in a moment of pique, and I am ho'lnd to say, if I am to speak the truth, as I generally try to do, that I shall go away regretfully. ''hus, sometimes to our disadvantage, we quarrel with those we love. I must give up Champoux's and Boeuf a la Mode. and the little old h,le-in-the wall in the Rue Duphot, as the early fruitage is becoming abundant. I must quit :he Champs Elysees and the Place de la Concorde whilst they bloom like a garden of the gods in nonor t the gciant Kinglet of Spain. The sights were scarcely finer when the grande arnee came back from italy. And as we whirl along the bril lian:ly lighted streets on our way to the Gare du Nord. the music of the regimental bands tilling the summer air. I may .tand uncov. -ed in my car riage and I may sa...

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. — 11 July 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mr (0.- . \I')wer1 andl Miss Myra Mower were in Columbia last weck. M'i " Ne1 ';.-d. NI M untville. is visitin2" .\IiSs I.iiliant Hi1ll. NIr. Graham Smith. Cu CiappelIs was 'n the ':tV Friday on business. M-. Cecil \\'che. of Prosperity. wa :: he ciItyi F"riday.C t g. :::mer ,,i\\~i:e Rock . was ? i -he c:ty ye terdav .+ \A e )etjens. of Georgetown. is the g t .1 the Misses Davidson. M" r. R. 1I. M lrrell, of Columbia. is v iiig her brothEer. \lr. F. J. Russell. lr. Tim ),. :es is in Greenwood 1 on a businie's tp. Miis Cecelia C.-hen. of Anders(-n. is =:tmg at Mr. Joseph Mlann's. Mrs. Cole. L. Blease is visiting her parents at Pendieton. Miss Eldvra \illiamson is attend ing the summer school at Columbia university, New York. Miss Eunice Abrams returned yes terday from a visit to Miss Ruby Mil ler at Trenton. Mliss Kate Suber -returned to her home in Columbia. after a short visit to Mrs. Geo. 1. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 14 July 1905

Z-. r -VOL. XLII. NO. gc; NEWBERRIY. S. C.. FRI DAY .TL'LY 14, 1905,y TWICE AWEK$15YA DISPENSARY COMMITTEE WILL MEET ON TUESDAY MEETING TO BE HELD IN CO LUMBIA. The Call Has Been Issued By Sena-! tor J. T. Hay, Chairman, of the Committee. It was learned vesterday that the next meeting of the dispensary in vestigating committee would be held in Columbia on next Tuesday. The -call has been issued by Senator J. T. Hay. chairman of the committee. for a meeting at Wright's hotel, in Co lumbia, at i o'clock p. m.. on Tues day. July 18. or as soon thereafter as the members of the committee can be gotten together. The meeting of the dispensary in vestigating committee at this time is especially interesting, in view of the fact that the appeal has been made to the people of Newberry county to await the report of this committee be fore taking any decisi*e action in the matter of voting out the dispensary. This suggestion has been made by Senator B. R. Tillman. among others, and State Senator ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 14 July 1905

C: .Ibreath rr ~rit.A= every other member -i this bar loved him. I love( him--we al Ioved him, and I think I can say. after an intimate ac quaintance with him for nearly twenty years, that he loved every member of this bar. He felt that they were his friends. He was theirs. Just one year ago. Your Honor. Judge Gage was kept at hom, by sickness and could not meet his appointment to hold this court. A meeting of the l-ar was held, at which Mr. Culbreath was not present. and he was unanimous.ly recommended to the chief justice as a suitable person to preside at :he July term of this court. That touched him as nothing else had seemed to touch him. While he always had the great est respect for the members of the bench and the greatest respect f.r the office. it never entered his mind to seek preferment in that line. but the fact that his brethern of the bar. 'without any notice to him, with(,ut any consulta:ion with him whatever, had unanimously recommended him to try their cases-this he...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 14 July 1905

COTTON REPORT LEAK. -Secretary Wilson Will Enforce Strict Investigation-Others May Be Implicated. Tha: Secre:ar v W ilz,n intends to take no step backward in his report on the eAt.n leak investigation is evidenced by his statement that he wz~anta afraidl 4f any libel suit which migh: be nieci against him by Mr. Price or others mentioned in the re port. In fact, he said, he would wel come Such action because it might be the means of developing some facts not alreadv uncovered and which it i> desirable to know. -This is a auarrel among gamblers," he said. "brought about by the dissat isfaction of some of them in not get ting what they thought was their due. I have no:hing to take back. As the head of an executive department of the :_overnmient it was my duty and my right to give to the public the re sult of the investigation by the secret service agents into the charges which had been filed leading up to the dis missal of Mr. Holmes." The secretary added that he had -given consider...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 14 July 1905

' E. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY, JULY 14. 1905. "The very fumes of burning tobaccc are an incentive to immoral and per nicious conduct," said Mr. Robert L Reamy, of Baltimore, in an address t< the Epworth Leaguers the other day "A smoke laden room" he continued 'is more harmful by far than th< smokers imagine, and it inspires spirit in those who inhale The smok which is the doorstep to sin." If Mr Reamv is so easily carried as all tha users of tobacco should certainly ab stain in his presence.-The Evenini Post. Dr. Geo. B. Cromer, in a card t< The Herald and News. states tha the "invitation that Mr. A. L. Aul savs that he sent me to attend th meeting at Pomaria 'ast Sati'r-ay wa never received." In justice to ai parties it is stated that The Heral< and News said that Dr. Cromer wa invited because Mr. Adam L. Aull who gave the barbecue at Pomaria stated to two representatives of Th Herald and News, one of...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 14 July 1905

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Throughout the World. An explosion of fire damp in a \Veish coal mine. Wales, killed 126 men Tuesday. A Powder mill near Baltimore was blown up Monday night, causing two deaths and a number of injuries. Rev. William H. Russell. of New Jersey. a 'Methodist revivalist. aged 8I was married to a woman of 46 last Thursday. In an explosion of dynamite near New Cumberland. Ga.. Sunday morn ing, eight men were blown to pieces. and two others were injured. A man in WVilmington says he has invented a perpetual motion machine. He will ship the machine to Wash ington to convince the president. The thr ne of Norway has been offered to Prince Karl of Denmark, second son of King Christian. It is not known whether he will accept. The "\Valter Scott Special," on the Sante Fe railroad, has made a record run across the continent. The train travelled 2.244 miles in 44 hours and 54 minutes. Lightning struck a grocery store in the small town o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 14 July 1905

PEDDLING BREAD IN CHINA. One Of The Many Curious Sights Tc Be Seen In Peking. Lii ng Church. . Am;ng ,:e nany curious sights ir Chi:a. n.one present stranger aspec1 to o:r American eves than the bread peddlers and their methods of dispos irig <f their wares. They carry their stock :In trade about with them, either in m.al boxes strapped to their backs or in two boxes depending from a voke across the shoulders, or on trays held iv a strap hung from the neck and narrred t nt of them. after the ma-nr in which the pieman of Simph Simi. fame is invariably pictured by all -r:hodox illustrators of "Mothei Goo,e." In the city of Tien-Tsir thes- -treet venders oFer ,hree differ ent kinds of bread for sale. Two o1 these are twisted in oval shape. anc the third is a thin, crisp cake sprink led with the seeds of sesame, thal magic word which- at once recalls tc our minds the wonderful tale of All Baba and the forty thieves. How lit tle we ever dreamed. when we listen ed, spell lound. in our ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 14 July 1905

THAT LOST MONEY. Commissioner Tatum Makes State ment Concerning the Charleston Matter. The following statement has been made by Commissioner Tatum in re gard to the money lost by dispensary Inspector Brown: "Inspector C. L. Brown was sent to Charleston by me to do some detec -tive work. He usually has been used by myself. as well as my predcessor for this kind of work when needed. While in Charleston performing these duties Mr. S. S. Matthews, a dispenser at Charleston. failed to remit to the state treasurer, as required by law. I had adopted a rule. which requires each dispenser who fails -co remit dur ing the week to be visited and inspec ted and under this rule Ir. MIath thews' statcment was sent Mr. Brown, ,te being on the ground. The report of the settlemen-t shows that on the 12th day of Tune Mr. Brown made settlement with Mr. 1aththews. and found him short SI,648.40. and receiv ed payment of that amount. This re port was received at this office on the 14th. The same day Mr. B...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 14 July 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many Peop] Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Dr. Van Smith pcnt \\edne-d< at Chappell . Miss Kittie layes is visiting re' tives at Silver Street. Mis Mary Law McClintock is home r a vacatituI. Vis, Vennie Mae Wlson is vis6 iit' friienid at Greenwood. Mis Mave Lou Crouch. of Salud is viriting Mis" Pauline Perry. Miss Grace Randall. of Sumter, the guest of Miss Helen Smith. Mrs. L. B. Wilbur left yesterday visit relatives in Bangor, Maine. Masters Ashbv and Jno. D. Dave -por: are visiting in Greenwood. Mrs. Joe Cuibreath, uf Tanp Fla.. is visiting Mrs. R. C. Perry. Dr. O. B. Mayer was in Chappel] Wednesday on professional busine: Miss Leyla Richburg, or Columbi is visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Perr Misses Genevieve and Juanita E ans are visiting relatives in Clinto Mrs. R. Y. Leavell left yesterd; ior an extended visit to White Sto1 springs. Misses Lula and Bessie Fulmer. -Countsville, are visiting Mrs. M. Fulmer. Mrs. R. E. Leavell left yest...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 18 July 1905

. 8Ei. IIIIK VOL. XLII. NO. 87 NEWBERRY. S. C.. TUESDAY JULY l8, 1905. TWICE A WE.$.0YA THE DISPENSARY SCANDAL. An Outline of the Proceedings of Committee on Investigation Graft and Conspiracy. Ne.'.s and C,.ir:Cr. Coliumbia. July 16.---\\~hite Stone is nst about twelve miles from Spar tanburg. and it is an easy matter for n , to percolate that short dis tance. It was at \\hite Stone that some Of the echoes of the dispensary scandals that have been developed at Spartanburg were heard. The whole dirty business is likely soon to be made public under oath, and that may be better than undertaking to -outline it in a merely suggestive way. It is well known that at the recent Session of the general assembly a special investigating committee was appointed under the Blease resolu- t tion. Division of the Committee. This general committee was duly sub-divided into three committees. Sub-Committee No. i. The most important committee is -that composed of Messrs. Cole. L. Blease and T. B. Fraser...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 18 July 1905

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Cc densed Throughout the World. The squadron escorting the body Paul Jones is expected to arrive Annapolis on July 22. Two indictments have been issu against Jno. W. Hill, former chief the filtration bureau, for forgery. Three were killed and seven inji ed in a railroad collision at Seiger, I on the Chicago and Eastern Illin road, last Friday. - In a collision with a tramp stearr c.n Hudson river last Wednesday. t steam launch Normandie was su and three lives were lost. Guntersville. Ala., suffered t worst fire in its history last Frid the town being nearly destroyed. T lkss is es:imated at So.ooo. Tockey W. Robbins was fatall, j~red at the I -iphton T,each rz track. in New York. Friday by falling horse. Because of jealously, Mr. Edw. Doughty killed his sweetheart, M Mela Clyde, and then killed himst at Atlantic City, N. J., last Tuesd: Thirteen battleships, seven armor cruisers, three protected cruisers a several gunboats are now u...

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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. — 18 July 1905

STATE HOUSE SCANDAL Suit Of State Of South Carolin Against Architects for Faulty Repairs of State Capitol On Trial At Columbia. Columbia Special Charlotte Observe The civil suit which will be begu by the state in the circuit co.rt her for $200.ooo damages against the con tracting firm of McIlvane, Unkefer 2 company and Architect Frank P. Mil burn, for faulty construction in re modeling the state capitol, will at tract much attention throughout rh state. Governor Heyward and a num ber of other prominent men have bee: summoned as witnesses and it is ex pected that some sensational evidenc will be brought out. In the opinion of experts twice a much money as was necessary t< complete the building and put it is perfect condition has already been ex pended, although the work is not ye complete. The scandals. followinj an exposure of the affair, involvini certain prominent politicians belong ing to the state house commissior which accepted the work and releasei those responsible from th...

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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. — 18 July 1905

E. H. AULL, EDITOR. E ntered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. TUESDAY JULY 18, 1905. E:vervthiing seem:ls . tre(1 in this state. Over here in 1)arlington the failure of a big cotton Iii co 'mpany and a trust c,Iptnly tt illowed by' the suici(le Ir th:e *nrler the ft-r Trter ire i leni :icl a m11emb'11er f mne :tlhe m ils: irt ,iil:ilei:i lla1m l l:'. ii t :sta:e. Ov"er in Greenville the inves t; a tin u f the ~tlice If the county savervisotr hi re Iited ihe arre0: (:" ii T 'N\IlT \Va-? Culr<i ii2 lie i an( the statement ther:: t""e won!d h< c:fltr arre-tN i tlt U. T1 . w 11ave tile dr i w\VthI the suggestion that -~i1et._in was ging ti, dr ip. \\~hat is :ht matter: Is it all a result -i :i t strenuous life we are leading and th( strenulus age in which we are living or what does it all mean. Death of Mrs. Susan E. Turnnipseed .\rs. Susan E. Tnrnipseed (lied ai the home tf \!r. George Johns:on< Sa:trdav mig. ~\r". Turnip. seed was born near Cross...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 18 July 1905

Starts Wedi at 9 o'clock, the biggest cut I the knife except Coats' Spoc berry County but knows wh know we have no baits or fak sell tomorrow. Don't forget i A Big Corset Sale. 5o doz. Corsets worth and sell everywhere for 35c. and 40c. for this big sale, 19c. each. 50 doz. Corsets all the standard brands made by R. & G , N. B. & C. B, the best Corsets made; short medium and long waists all sizes from 18 to 30, worth 65c. and 75c for this big July sale, 39c. each. 25c. Mulls at. Oc. Yard. Our complete line of Silk Mulls which sell everywhere for 25c. yd. will be closed out this week at 10c yd. White Goods Sale. 1000 yds. short lengths in checked Nainsook, a quality always sold at 10c. and 12 1-2c yd., special for this big July sale, 5c. 2500 yds. 40 inch white Lawn fine smooth finish worth and sells everywhere for 10c. for this big July sale, Sc. yard 25 pieces 40 inch India Linen a fine cloth and a popular seller at 15c. July price only 9c. 1000 yds. 45 inch Persian Lawn wo...

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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. — 18 July 1905

PAUL JONES AND OUR NAVY MrrDhences of the Doughty Little A< -toiral -in the Early Organization of the Service. John R. Spears. the author of "Hi ,vory of Our Navy." writing in Cc er's for July r, tells the full story John Paul Jones. He says: 1n, biographies of John Paul Jon, (born John Paul. in Scotland). sho that he was a sailor in the merchai service at twelve. a second mate sever,teen. a master at twenty. ar that when twenty-six. being then corn.3:and of the brig Two Friend fyin; in the reach of the Rappaha zec: iver, he left the merchant se vice and settled down for life. as upposcd. on a plantation of 3,0 acre. of good Virginia land. which I bad tust inherited from his broth William. William had inherited tl lard from an uncle named Jones. at had assumed the uncle's name wh< be did so. It was provided that Jol Paul should also add the name Jones when taking the estate, ai thus John Paul,1 the merchant capta vf excellent repute, became John Pa Jones. a Virginia planter. T...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 18 July 1905

CLERKS SPECULATING. Government Officials Consider Plan To Curb The Gambling Tenden cy Among Federal Clerks. New- York Lurnal of Commerce. The report on conditions in the De partment of Agriculture and the se cre: investigation of the Government Printing office, which is still in progress. are very powerfully direc ting the attention of important offi cials toward the question of specula tion among government employes. This was a common topic of conver sation at many nf the departments to day and is calling attention to a very hail state ,f affairs which is practi cally universal in Washington. Spec eiatin in s:t cks. cotton and other products and the very general prac -ice f "playing the races" have ex iteei r a .ng tine in nearly all the branc"es of t:e gevernment service. At the treasury conditi.us became tspeciallv ad a year or so ago. and since that period there has been a vigorous effort on the part of the higher treasury officers to check the custom. While no definite rule on ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 18 July 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. li- Manic Sloan is visi-ing friends n Saluda Cutyll. Miss Minnie Suber of the county is visiting Miss Maggie Thomasson. Miss Eula Peebles returned yes terday from Columbia. Mis Lala Martin is spending a few wre - at H endei sonville, N. C. Mr. T. T. Babbitt, of Columbia. spem vesterday in the city. Mr. \W. H. De BruhI. of Columbia. is vi:iting at Mrs. \\ . E. Ruff's. Miss Lilla Kibler left yesterday on an exen(led visit t, Hendersonville, N. C. le-srs. Tim and Fant Gilder are home from a pleasant trip to Atlantic City. N. J. Miss Florie Lominick has returned from a visit to Mr. Lee Ringer's family of the county. Mr. Fred H. Dominick has returned from a visit to friends in Anderson county. :Misses Ruth and Inez Sheftall. of White Stone. are visiting Miss Alice Aui!. Mrs. Julia Smith, of Baltimore. Md.. visiting her daughter Mrs. J. W. Miss Rosa Bailey. of Clinton. is the guest of Miss Carrie Jone...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 21 July 1905

VOLXI O 88 N0 W I 0 Y VOL.'~XLII. NO. 88 NEWBERRY. S. C.. FRIDAY JULY 21,1905. TW; E A WEE.$.0YA THE NEWS OF PROSPERITY. Sayings and Doings of Her People -Personal Mention. Prosperity. July 20.-Mrs. F. F. Schimpert and Miss Jessie \lnseley are visitirn relatives and friends in (l mb.i t isi- week. Mliss Effie Hawkins is visiting rela tive in Greenwood county. Miss Fleeta \Wise after a pleasant visit to relatives.in our town and the surrounding country has returned 'c her home in Georgia. Mr. T. A. Dominick was called to Ehrhardt suddenly on Monday to at tend the funeral of Mrs. Ehrhardt. Miss Frances Rawl on her return from the summer school at Clemson stopped over a few days with Mrs. T. A. Dominick. She was accompan ied by her sister Miss Johnnie. Mr. Malcolm Cook is on a visit to his old home and will spend a couple of weeks recuperating and will then go on the road for an Atlanta house that works the entire south in one line. Dr. Reames the efficient and affable clerk at the dru...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 21 July 1905

2 GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Throughout the World. An excursion train, with 400 per sons on board was wrecked at Pros pect, Va.. Tuesday afternoon, but no one was seriously injured. The es cape of the excursionists was iniracu lous. The train was running at the rate of 3e miles an hour when de railed. Mr. William F. Williams. of Pen sacola, Fla., being crazed with drink and thinking he was going to lose his position as salesman in a clothing store. walked into the offce of Mr. John White. the proprietor of the store and shot him dead. He then turned his revolver upon another salesman. Mr. Edd Dansly. and in flicted a mortal wound in his back. ^_e then fired upon Mr. Tames \Vhite. the manager, and son of the pro,rpre tor, and sent a bullet throutgh his l;ns. r which he w\iil die. The trage dy (cctrred Tu1esday. Six pe-sO"n W-ere brined io deatll Tuesday at Wabash. Linn.. in a 'ire whieh destroyed the depot hotel at that place. The fire was caused by...

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