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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 21 July 1905

SUPERVISOR SPEEGLE WANT ED. Governor Heyward Requested tc Issue Requisition for J. E. Speegle, Former Supervisor of Greenville County, Ill in N. C. (eenvi!!e. Juy 17.-At the same time the warrant for the. arrest o young Arthur Speegle was issued here Saturday afternoon. a similiar one was issued fo-r. his father. J. E. Spee gie. the furmer supervisor of thi couty. J. E. Speegle is now de5 perately ill at his summer home neat Hendersonvi!!e. N. C.. and a runot was :n circulation here toignit that he ws dead!. As ve: this rumor ha. not been verified. It is certain that he is desperately ill, and has been sc since last summer. Vi hen the warra:t was issued fot Th re' was answered today b Go-.. Heyward in a letter to HI. J Har"yesworth. attorney for the coun ty and the special investiztion1 it which it was stated that it would be necessary iar---th'awarrant to be ac cornpnied by the usual affadavi and that when this was done tha:re quisition would be made on the stt of North Carolina. T...

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. — 21 July 1905

-rl E. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1905. Western Trip Press Association. I take this method of announcinc to those members of the Press asso ciation who contemplate the westerr trip, that I have changed the rout somewhat. Instead of going via Nev Orleans. we will go via Atlanta. Chat tanooga, Louisville. St. Louis. Kansa City and the Sante Fe route to Lo Angeles. stopping a day at the Gran Canyon. From Los Angles we wil go~up the Pacific Coast to Portlanc Returning we wvill go via Salt Lak City. Denver. Omaha. Chicago an Cincinnatti. I will m ail at unce t each member who has signitied a d sire to go. a more detailed itinery giv an approximati, a of the cos of th trip, and in order to start on the tirs it is absolutely necessary that I hav definite information as to the persom of the party at the earliest possibl moment. This, it seems to me wi make a more pleasant route, and pos sibly the time can be cut o...

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. — 21 July 1905

A CosC Sole o Beginniqg Thursda NOT ON] We mean what the word cost signifies pay you to take a look at these goods bef Black Dress Goods and Silks that you have paid $1.25 and $1.5o, all seasons, for 75c. per yd. Black Voiles, sold for 6oc per y3d , now 35c. per yd. Black Mohair sold for 65c., 38c. per yd. Fancy Mohair and Voiles, sold for 6oc., now 37%c. per yd. Teite P K., figured, sold for 16c., for ioc. per yd. White P. K.. fiigrred, sold for 20c . for this sale I2/c. yd. Whith Checked Muslin, sold for 6?_c., now 354c. per yd. White Checked Muslin, sold for I2: c,, now 6 4c. per yd. White Dimity, sold for Ioc, now 64c. per yd. White Dim nity sold for 15c., now 7%c. yd. 72 in. White Organdies, sold for 5oc., now 24c. yd. Muslins and Organdies, worth Ioc , 1212c. and 15c., now for 7%/c. per yd. Muslins and Organdies worth roc, now 5c. per yd. Cretons for curtains , orth 122c.. now 7+c. per yd. Curtain Scrim worth Ioc., now 6:c. per yd. Silkoline worth 15c., now 9c. per yd. Shoes! ...

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. — 21 July 1905

.SIBERIA'S FINE MUSEUMS. Collections Which Scholars From All Over th. World Are Glad to Examine. New York Sun. 'Ihat Siberia should be one of the TicheSt countries in the world in an thropological investigation may seem surprising. Leon Sternberg. who ar Tived from the Academy of Science at St. Petersburg a few weeks ago to take up employment in the American Ilu=ur.: of- Natural History. spent a termrs politica. exile in Siberia and tell= about this phase of Siberia: "There scarcely a towni of to.ooo inhai :ants." said he. "which has not a -weil-_housed museum of anthropology nr the care of a learned and con . c an-nd lloe o Enese 3 : t ,Wn :aa nuse'um l \w '1oSC ec2:i s : arc: scnolars from all ovte the world. In the museum or Tashkent there is valuable material illustrating the. civilization of the Greco-Bactrian kingdom, which fol lowed the conquest of Alexander. The museum at Irkutsk some years ago sent out a gre>at expedtion in which a score of political exiles spent three y...

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. — 21 July 1905

THE HOLY CARPET. It is Annually Carried From Cairo to Mecca. New York Tribune. A few days ago Bedouins attempted to rob the-caravan escorting the holy carpet from Cairo to. Mecca.. On this occasion they were unable to. secure the spoil which had tempted them, for they were beaten off and several killed. This is not the first time the cara van transporting the holy carpet to the holy city of the Moslems hes been attacked by the Bedouins. The car pet is frequently acompanied by thousands of pilgrims from all parts of Africa. They carry with them much treasure. This tempts the ma rauding Arabs of the desert to at 'tack the caravan. The fact that the Arabs are ze ; Lssulmans does not deter them from falling upon fellow religionits performing one of tI,e :m1-t sacred duties of their faith ndl cunvying the covering of the 2o~t hlv obI)C.: elnnnected with their worship. The gods of the pil ims the c,:n,ider to be their legit ;mate prey. The caravan carrying the sacred carpet is the most im...

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. — 21 July 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. 7wei Movements of Many People, .Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Messrs. L. S. and S. 13. Bowers of Prosperity were in the city yesterday, Ms Ola \Vilson is visiting in Hen dersonville, N. C. Miss Maude Langford is spending a .iev days in Hendersonvilie. N. C. Mis- Lillie Grifnin left yesterday on an rxTended visit to Hendersonville, Mis Lucille Boozer of Ridgespring, _s mn the city visiting Miss lorsie . Geo. W. Summer, Jr., leaves -zay r H enIdersonville. N. C.. to -.; '.. 2 . ha- bcel ison college attending the sun. r ~, ruh e. Linna Glenn. after a visit to M0.2 Marye Epting at Pomaria. re <n;ne home Wednesday. Mas. er Joe and liss Emma Rodg ers left the city \Vednesday for an ex :tended visit to relatives in Union. 5is Mary Lou Bowers returned home yesterday. She has been at 4endi:g the summer school at Clem .so'n. and Mrs. Olin B. Cannon who tav heen in the mountains all the urmter. nave returned to Newberry. .Mrs. J. R. Eison and little son of Colu...

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. — 25 July 1905

A: w- 1, 40 VOL. XLII. NO. 89 NEWBERRY. S. 0.. TUESDAY TLY 25 1905. TWICE A WEE.$.0YA SENATOR TILLMAN ON DISPENSARY QIIESTIO] HE WOULD ENJOY A JOIN DISCUSSION. Even Though He Is Not Eager T Undergo The Fatigue-The Sit uation as He Sees It. -zpecial to The Herald and News. Trenton. S. C.. July 24.-Personall iperintending his farm work, an caring for the flowers which he love senator B. R. Tillman has steadil :mproved in health at his home her< ,o much that. to use his own word while he is "not eager to undergo tl fatigue of making any speeches. F thinks he would "really enjoy havin a jo:nt disc:ssion with any champic the anti-dspensary people might uni .on. or, f,r that matter, any ha d,zen of them." Senator Tillman sal that he has "been about" very iitt iately. But the people of South Car lina know that. since Senator Til man's first entry into the politic aren- ~ . has never failed to keep c:e'watch on the political stiuatio and since that first entry his viev have always been o...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 25 July 1905

2 ar advocate,? Can any law or bsi aess emerpise succeed in the hands l men wh want :o see it fail and ro,ve obnoxious? If this is not clear enough some people may recall re marks that were made when certain people were elected to certain places in connection with the dispensary. I admit. as stated above, that the dis pensarv as at present manage(d is not perfect. We want better liquor, we want less pront. we want standard brands and not so many new and fancy brands to make money for other people. We want whiskey in the dis pensary so that people can call for and get what they want at reason able prices. \\-e want the law strict y enforced. We want men in con -rol of it who will do their duty with :ut fear or favoritismT1. We want the money paid to go into the liquor and come back to :h people who buy it. and not to those who sell it. It would be useless for me to go in _' a dislllsston of the evils of the old "ar-room system and the failure ot --hh:ib:n wh .erever it had been tried...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 25 July 1905

It Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Throughout the State. Ftrmer Sulerisor Speegie, of e Greenville county. is ill at liender- a sourille. N. C.. and will not be re qu red t.o come to Grenville at pres en,. l.st e.an'tTh :anld Kay Robinson sentencel t , ve years in the n- 1 itentiary fo r the killing of yr tle B ur in upper Greenville. l e has been1 arreSted at Tn' . N. C.. charged with the mur S . Pi'Inby at Glassy Moun e> llJ epeer. 1896. Sumey wCa acquitted in I =: , Ilt rder of Oscar y v\a- ):It 132 = 11 P4 Ituv }actt \'e: e -~ ~ :1) i fr .=I11 ,"t 20 cent a This wa- the biggest break i . . ket has had in several years. R. L. and C. E. Graham. ui Green ave easel fr 18 months the :i. C otton Mill at Goldvile In c.;:.. Y.. Varn be lan \es l;. the negru charged *i ;ttemp1t tc co,lmmitt rape il Sum e. aS tr:e( at -pecial term o court md3 i"ec :_ ;o years in the pen t -' io.J. has been e lect rd manager of the Columbia street ral:.av to succeed P. 1. Welles, who bcc:mes m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 25 July 1905

E. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C.. as second class matter. TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1905. The Columbia correspondent of the News and Courier in yesterday paper states that in several of the counties petitions are ready; for the election on the dispensary but they are being held up until Justice Pope renders his decision in the Pickens case which was before him at New berry some weeks ago. They seem to have overlooked the fact that Justice Pope declined to hear the case and ordered that the whole matter be re ferred to a special referee to take testimony and report Csn1 the facts to the supreme court and that the case be refererd to the full court. That being the status of the Pickens case not probable that a decision will be reached until the la:ter part of the year and there will be n' election for some time in any of the counties the decision in the Pickens case is desired first. Mr. Archer. of Spartanbu!rg. be ing commended because he would not let any po...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 25 July 1905

EDITORS ON A FROLIC. Some Remarks About A Spot of Jo3 And Blessedness in the Foot Hills of the Blue Ridge. Col. James T. Bacon's Edgefiel< Chronicle of at week contains th< following description of the meetinj of the editors at White Stone Lithi; springs. its headlines also being quot e(1: "The Pre.- Association Ami< Greenland's Icy Mounitains-Soutl Carolina Newspaper People ii Green Pastures. God Gives Then to Drink of the Living Waters o White St,.ne-And They Live 9: -And Gather Courage for the J. r nev. -? hi;estone I.ith: Springz is it Spartanhlurg cunty :unnmg the foot hills The te the Rbige. The beau:i :ain. There' ::t e: i mc.untain 11 he rear f t. oe : either flank d < i .: : ty that huma ditr. c. nileut in .he pride of thei (cluth. es ayeli t l e ti)m it, but. liki LfIllw's risky boy with thi trangc (!eve. thcv per.sihed ani "People," Not Simply Men. In our headlines we zav ":newspa per people." because many of thes, people are women-wives, daughters sisters. co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 25 July 1905

INSPECTOR BROWN RESENT ED IT. Assailed An Editorial in the Barnwell Sentinel, of Which He Was For merly Editor. The State. Ne-.s has been received in Colum bia, to the effect that Mr. Clarence L. Brown and \Ir. G. Marshall Mnore en?_e(d in an altercation in Barnwell 1VIo; av. The aforesaid altercation wa a bloodles affair. and it is hoped th:t ill end w:th :he meeting Mon day. It Bron i he dilspen ary nspec ter who sufer 1lte misfo rtIe to 1(' U 'i) reCei:, \ r. \i(tre is the schools at e.lir f the I: pap which e rwn b)eire he = d o Mr. M, re. In the editorial c ri1nt of thi paper there appared a t tragraph comnnenting upon Mr. Bro:'. nm.is: r.:nne in a way which wa, .listasteful to to e inspector. and he ; mandetl a retraction. The affair haprg ned in the principal business part : town1. Mr. Brown, pointing to the nb.tectionable paragraph. express ed 'gpinio : regard thereto with a reat deal f :orce. "' it is related. T :iie \ .:t rep"t the tnc a l r sa__ 1, 7 ' . i: fer m?akin, 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. — 25 July 1905

DISPENSARY INVESTIGATION Has Accomplished Nothing so Far But it Has Cost $3,000. .A dispatcih t tlc Spartanburg journal -ayi The state dlispenlrar% investiga:ing c,omm111t:ee will- ge diown to wrk in Tuesday. Augu-t 8 The Brrt ei'n will be at Spartan )urg. Spartanburg is chosen because is t1ouiht it will save expenses and the committee finds that it has a tight hold there on witnesses and has already material enough to begin work. The purpose is to do what work i; necessarv at Spartanburg and then i:;ove to C,lumbia. where the public nvestigatzi-nls are to, be continued as nug ats ther e ar e Wine:e aiVailab:le hknw anyting The idea of the iimnmtitee i- t meet wherever it will )e cheapest to handle the inquiry. Some of the members of the com ittee a(I particniarlv Chairman a daa tat it wvas very (lis ''intin to see peIl,ie 'a the sttmp i i" the pulpit denouncing the dis dan(d n' '.rffering the committee i<1ence .r suggesting it o the state. or inmself. and for the committee. e 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. — 25 July 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. .The Movements of Many People, Newv;rrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Miss Martha Johnstone is visiting Miss Marion McCrary in Clinton. Mrs. W. A. Hill is spending a few day= .vith relatives at Pomaria. Mi:- Eleanor Kinard of Greenwood is th: guest of Miss Brooks Dennis. Mis Hattie Shelley is home from an m.:ended visit to Bishopville and Dar! ington. M-. Julian Hi. Kinard of Charles . viiting at Mr. J. H. M. Ki ar this week. r ankl \!aen le:t y-esurday S brev~i!e, SIpping over a few friends in Anderson. nd Mrs. T. M. Rodgers are pV-\. R)dgers :1athen, Ga. M Jean Evans. of Merridian,Miss. :5 vl-.:nIg her aunt. Mrs. R. Y. Leav eli. the city. Dr. .. A. Fulmer. who received his licenzt at White Stone at the dental assc;:ation, left Newberry yesterday to i.cate in Columbia. Rev. J. E. Beard left yesterday for Abb: -ille. where he will assist in a pro:racted meeting in the First Meth odi : :harch there. 1. i.. T. Forrest and Mrs. C. B. Clifton. Ga.. who have oee; itin...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 28 July 1905

VYOL.' XLII.~ NO. 90 NEWBERRY. S. C.. FRIDAY JULLY S, 1905. TWICE A.WE.$.0YA THE NEWS OF PROSPERITY. Personal Mention-The City Forging Ahead And Our Correspondent Delighted. Prosperitv. July 27.-Mr. Win. L. Connelly of Greenwood county is vis iting Mr. W. P. B. Harmon. Mr. Connelly moved :o Greenwood coun tv from this county a number of years ago. We are glad to see him again. Mr. A. G. Wise has so far recov ered from his sickness that he left for Glenn's on Monday and will spend some time there. Mr. R. C. Counts is still confined to his room but is reported as doing very well and woluld be rut in a short time. Mr. L. S. Bowers and his daughter Miss Bessie and Dalla left for Clinton and Glenn's on Tuesday. Mr. -R. H. Russell paid a flying vis it to the folks at .home last Sunday. Mrs. Thbrnweli Haynes has gone on a visit to Mrs. Haynes at Glendale. Mrs. Nettie Gibson and Master Clarer.ce Lewis of Columbia are visit ing relatives in town. Miss Mary Kinard and Master Mc Fall Wise have...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 28 July 1905

PACIFIC MUTUAL'S GROWTH AND GOOD BUSINESS METHODS. Notable Work of Popular and Pro gressive California Company Its Eminent Heads. The Pacific Mutual Life Insurance company of California came into large prominence in the daily press recently through its promptness in paying a death claim to the widow of Charles H. Wellman of Lakeville, Ohio, within three days after the death of Mr. Wellman, in the wreck of the Twentieth Century Limited, at Mentor, Ohio. Mr. Wellman carried a $io,oo0 accident policy with the Pa cific Mutual which doubled in event of death in a common carrier. The accident occurred on Wednesday June 21, and although the company': home office is 3,000 miles away, th< perfect system of identification usec by the Pacific Mutual enabled it tc send a check for $20,000 on Friday june 23. Careful Conservator. The Pacific Mutual, through its de votion to the interests of its policy holders and its promptness in payinj claims, together with the securiti which it offers by it...

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. — 28 July 1905

SENSATION IN WALTERBORO. A Number of People, Well Known in the County, Presented by the Grand Jury for Pension Frauds. News and Cou:r:er. Walterbor. July 19.-T he grand iury handed in a special presentment in the case against obtaining Confed erate pensions. This case has been and is attracting considerable atten tion on account of the promine .ce of the parties connected with it. and it is hoped they .: b -.ble to ex plain away certain very ircriminating evidence. It is alleged that for several years pensions have been drawn for par ties not in existence by means of fraudulent applications. Pensions bieen crawn ior seven persons. some for four or five y,ars. aggregating perhaps five hundred dollars. Clerk of Court H. D. Padgett dis covered the alleged forgeries and fraudulent claims when distributing pensions this summer, and immediate ly reported it to the county board, who in turn reported it to the state board. The matter was handed to the grand jury which made the fol lowing pr...

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. — 28 July 1905

E. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1905. At the request of the editor of the Herald and News. Dr. V. E. Pelham has been furnishing some very inter esting descriptive articles of his re cent trip to Canada. We feel sure our suscribers have read these letters with a great deal of interest and prof it. Another appears to-day. and prob ably there will be another on Tuesday. Tt is a matter of very little concern to us. but is does seem a little too en terprisin; for the Augusta Chronicle to take the interview which The Herald and News published on Tues day. with Senator Tillman. by a men ber of our staff. and say thac "Senator Tillman was seen at his home in Trenton several days ago by a repre senative of the Chronicle" and pro ceeded to use a portion and a greater portion of the interview which ap aeared in The Herald and News. It due the local correspondent of the Chronicle to say that he told us that .n sending t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 28 July 1905

THE BEWITCHING THOUSAND ISLANDS. The Majestic Beauty of the St. Law rence River-A Joyous Party. The great convention ever. as all things earthly must have an end, yet with enchanting memory of its hal lowed influence. we made ready for our departure. It was not a common privilege that we enjoyed of partici pating with congenial souls in the planning for the next tri-ennium. nor is it a worthless honor to sit with men of high resolve and noble purpose. though the work be arduous. and the hours long and tedious. The execu tive committee has planned well. and the forecast tells of increasing inter est, (f larger generosity, of more ex tensive and :ntensive effort. Not the 'east item to arrest the at tention wxas the thought presented by Chairman Hartshorn. that the time had come when we should build "A Temple Uno The Lord." the Interna tional S.ndav school building, to be erected in some central city. at a cost of two million dollars. It is a great project, one that will call for supre...

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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. — 28 July 1905

LIEUT. NEWMAN K. PERRI DIED A HERO'S DEATH. Hold On Boys, I Can Help Myself, .le Said to the Rescuers-A Brave Message to his Wife. In -pite of many anxious inquirie hurried over the wires, the family c Lieut. Newman K. Perry in this cit have been obliged to wait in lonc -silent and tfering patience for eve :the most meagre information of th sdeath of the brave and beloved so ::and rother. A message :as received yesterda .aftem? on from his heart-broke young widow, who is now at Sa Dieg. saying that his body would b buried at Stockbridge, Mass., and th all rvice. except the committal wi be r:d rn San Diego. \Ir. W. \ Fer . the brother of the young oficc ..Will *to Stockbridge to attend th -unertl. He does not know yet wht ,day the burial will take place butc -will be at least five days before th -trip ca nbe made across the continer and if the funeral party left San Dieg yesterday it will probably not reac .Stockbridge until Saturday. The following account of the herc ism displayed b...

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