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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 28 July 1905

IRON WAS USED AS MONEY. Rollin's Ancient History Tells of a Team of Horses That Was Re quired to Move $88. t Scientific American. Plutarch says: "Not content with this (the equal division of the lands, etc.. of the Lacedaemonians) he (Ly curgus) resolved to make a division of their movables, too. that there might be no odious distinction or inequality left among them; but, finding that it would be very dangerous to go about it openly, he took another course and defeated 'their av-rice by the follow ing strategem: He commanded that all gold and silver coin should be called in, and that only a certain kind of money made of iron should be cur rent. A great weight and quantity was of little worth, so .that to lay up twenty or thirty pounds there was re (uired a pretty large closet, and to renlove It nothing Fess :han a yoke of 0xen. X ith the diffusion of this mon ey. at once a number of vices were banlisiedi from Lacedaenonia, for who would r, -b another of such a coin? \Who would un.u...

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. — 28 July 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mr. Arthur Kibler went to Spar :anbur, yesterday on business. Mrs. P. E. Scott is visiting in \Vil mingzen, N. C. Mrs. W. G. Houseal and children returned from 1THendersonville. N. C., yesterday where they have been spending the summer. Little Gus nad the misfortune to cut his foot last Friday real badly. but he is doing as well as could be expetecd. He has high fever. Miss Ethel Shull returned to Co lumbia yesterday. after visiting her sister. Mrs. J. N. Buzhardt in the :c'uftY 11r. Frank Bradburn left Vednes -av for Hendersonville. where he will spend the rest of the summer. Mr. Craig Harelson of Fauston. N. ... is visiting his aunt, Mrs. P. F. Baxter. Mr. F. S. Beam of Jonesville. form ely dyer in the Newberry Knitting aills, was in the city this week on business. Rev. H. C. Grossman of \Valhalla the guest of Rev. V. L. Seabrook. Me will preach at St. Phillips church -.next Sunday. Miss Laura...

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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. — 1 August 1905

t er . an t E. VOL. XLII. NO. 99 NEWBERRY, S. C., TUESDAY AUGUST 1, 1905. TWICE A WEEK. $1250 YEAR FARNUM CASE TO REFEREE. Jas. F. Izlar Named As Referee To Take Testimony On October First. The hearing of the return to the rule in the case against Dispenser J. S. Farnum of Charleston. to show cause why he should not produce'pa pers which the prosecutors. Messrs. J. T. Hay. Neal Ohristensen and J. F. Lyon. claim are material in the in vestigation which is being had in the management of the state dispensary. was held before Chief Justice Y. J. Pope at his home Friday morning. T. N. Mordecai of Charleston, at torney for J. S. Farnum. read the re turn, which on account of its length, we have not space a publish in full. Mr. Mordecai was assisted in the in vestigation by Mr. S. Hyde of Char leston. Senator Hay of Camden. chairman of the investigating committee. and J. F. Lyon of Abbeville. a member of the sub-comumittee, were present at the hearing. The petition as well as the return was...

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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. — 1 August 1905

SOUTH CAROLINA NEWS. Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Throughout the State. The Southern railway will build a! Sio,ooo depot at Gaffney. E. G. Billingsley, vice president of the West Construction company of Chattanooga, which has the contract for paving the streets of Darlington, was shot by an employer, Joe Brock, of Kentucky, Thursday. After the shooting Brock walked up the street flourishing his pistol in his hand, and defied the crowd which was gather ing. He. however, was arrested and is now in jail. The required number of signers of petitions on the dispensary issue have been secured in Spartanburg and an e1 Iction will be ordered soon. The post office at Union was rob bed of $125.30 last Wednesday night. There is no clue to the robbery. Petitions for an election on the question of the dispensary. are being circulated in Laurens county. There will be an investigation of the county books of Saluda soon. The city of Laurens will spend S25.ooo on a sewerage system. Kenne...

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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. — 1 August 1905

TO THE WOMEN Of the Southern Confederacy-A Monument To Be Erected to Their Memory. These noble women and their ,daughters have dotted our fair south land with the monuments they 'have raised to Confederate valor, every cemetery where the heroes sleep is beautified by their tender care; every page of our history is made sacred by devotion with which they consecrated their loyalty; but hardly a single vis ible mark stan 's today to show that their country appreciated them. They did not storm the embatled heights, but the; made it possible for the Con federate to win his wreath of glory. Until such a memorial of our love and of our admiration arises, well may :hese noble women doubt the sin cerity of the southern mans apprecia ation. Until it is raised, every monu ment that the women have erected, while representing their devotion to their heroes, stands also as an undy ing reproach to the men of the south for their neglect to do honor to those who are entitled to equal or greater hono...

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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. — 1 August 1905

E. H. AULL. EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. TUESDAY AUGUST 1, 1905. The Press Trip. The editor of The Herald and News leaves this morning with a party of editors and publishers .their wives and daughters. all members of the South Carolina Press association, on a trip to the Pacific Coast and to the Lewis and Clark Exposition at Port land. Oregon. He will be absent from home 23 days. He has en deavored to arrange to get out the paper. and do job work at the office during his absence. and he will ap preciate any assistance given the force of gathering news, and he feels satisfied, any job work, which any of the friends of the office desire to have done will receive prompt and cource ous at:ention. and that the work will be properly execu:ed. He will en deavor to send each issue some notes along the way which he trusts will be interesting to the readers of the pa ver. The itinerary covers a trip entirely across the continent, and about twe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 1 August 1905

Saluda News. The recent rains have again raised the waters of the Saluda river so there is no crossing at Bouknight's ferrv. The crop- in some sections are looking fairly well, while others look small. The picnic and barbecue at Mt. Willing passed off pleasantly and was enjoyed by those who love to go to such occasions. Constable Tom B. Perry. of Newberry, was there with .his nephew. Mr. Brown. The death angel visited the home of Mr. John Erheredge and took away the wife and mother. Mrs. Etheredge was a god woman. a true wife and a loving mother. We sympathize with the bereaved ones. The inneral services were held Tuesday and was attended by a large number of pe,,pie. x1r Callie has had the misfortune o lotse two inu coVs. Each giving over four gallwns daily. It is slp p,,;ed tha: they had Texas fever. Mr. George Lever has purchased a large engine and is putting his ma chine in order for fall work. Mrs. A. Cogburn is entertaining friends fr.m Newberry. The usual protracted meeting w...

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. — 1 August 1905

PREMIUMS FOR ALFALFA. -The Clemson College Bulletin Shows Plant is Well Adapted to South Carolina Soil and Climate, $ioo :for Best ResuL= from 5 Acres -aid $50 from One Acre. Bulletin No. 103 issued by Clemson zollege gives a report of the success oul cultivation of alfalfa during the past four years, at its experiment sta tion. near C*arleston, and shows that on the bed our years old, the result of s year's six cuttings in quiza ;ent per acre were as follows: Green. Dry. April 19. first cutting 15.129 4,524 May 24. second cutting 14.548 3,535 June 27, third cutting 10,746 2,686 Jly,; 25. fourth cutting 9,191 2,262 August 23. fifth cutting 7.282 1.979 Oct. 10. sixth cutting 3.535 1,414 Total. .......... ....59,341 16,4o0 Or in dry hay, a little over 8 tons per acre. This plant, introduced some years since through California, is Mow being largely grown through all the Middle Western states, and in 1903 Texas is reported to have plant ed 250,00o acres. Of Importance. It is regarded as...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 1 August 1905

PASSING OF THE DRUM. French Army to do Away With i Famous Drummers. New York Tribune. Intelligence has been received the war department in Washingto to the effect that the French militar authorities have decided to do awa altogether with the drum in tr French army. Gen. Biguet, in a ri port on the subject, concludes the the drum is a serious incumbrance marching, and that its usefulness impaire' in wet weather by rai shrinking the sheepskin. He urg< the impossibility, even under favo able circumstances, of distinguishin drum calls and signals: he says it r< quires three years' instructions t make a good drummer, and the fa< that two drummers are now attache :o each of the five thousand infantr companies in the French army d< prives the fighting strength of tt country c. to.ooo men. being t1 equivalemit of a division. which, in a emergency might decide a battl These c' nc]usic'ns are approved : the F rench ministry of war. Tht the drum. with all its tradition; glories, wi...

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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. — 1 August 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. 'ne Movements of Mary People. :Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Miss Jesie Coppock is visitng rel atives at Chappells. Mi=s Lucille Dickert is home from ,a visit to friends in Florida. Miss Lillian Glenn is visiting rel atives at Westminster. Mr. Douglas Sale. of Columbia, as the city yesterday. Col. R. W. Hunt. of the Southern =pen yesterday in the city. M=- Annie Mae Guin. of Kinards, is v.-,zing relatives in the city. Mrs. J. E. Norwood and children are -nending the summer at Pulaski Va. MT. J. ). Hutchison of Columbia, is :isit;' Mr. Thos. W. Hutchison. his broth er. Mis Lizzie Dominick left yester day to attend summer school in Lex ington county. Professor Burr Johnstone. former ly superintendent of the city schools, is in the city. Mr. W. W. Fulmer of the Colum 'bia police force, is spending part of his vacation in the city. Miss Daisy Marsh. who has been vis.r,Am Miss Nora Long. returned to her home in Trenton Saturday. Mi=s Moriat Martin returned to...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 4 August 1905

VOL. XLII. NO. 100 NEWBERRY. S. C., FRIDAY AUGUST 4, 1905. TWICE A WEEK. $1.50 YEAR NEWS OF PROSPERITY. ( ' Street Improvements-Death of Mrs. Mary J. Summer-Family Re- r union-Personal. r osperity. .August 3.-Mr. L. C. a Bcl::1d. an old Prosperity boy. was d -wn for a short time on Monday r h:::ng hands with old friends. He \ is n,w traveling for an Atlanta candy i; hone. and usually makes the little h folks glad to see him.h Mr. G. F. Long was in town for a cctple hours on Friday. He had been c in attendance upon the Farmers' in stitute at Young's grove. Mr. J. C. H. t Rauch. of Saluda county was also in 1 attendance upon the institute and came into town in the afternoon. We s were not able to get down to the in- n stit:te. but we learn that there was P quite a big crowd. One person told a us he did not see where all the peo- c ple came from that were there. a Prof. Joe. E. Hunter is spending g his vacation with his parents at St. " Lukes. He will return to Clemson e soon to prepar...

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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. — 4 August 1905

SOUTH CAROLINA NEWS. Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Throughout the State. The salary of the mayor of Green ville has been increased from Sgoo to $1,800 a year. An agitation has begun in this state for the raising of the age limit of the child labor law. J. J. Hull, mayor of Rock Hill, and editor of the Rock Hill Herald, died Monday night after a long illness. A movement is on foot to secure an election on voting the dispensary out of Lexington county. It is rumored that ex-Senator John L. McLaurin will be sent to China to investigate the boycott of American goods. Mrs. R. E. Ligon. wife of the pres iden: of the Gluck cotton mills, got her arm broken by being thrown from her buggy in A.nderson Tuesday. Darlington wil have an election on the dispensary question. a requi site number of signers of petitons havng been secured. Every method is being used to keep the yellow fever epidemic. which is infesting a number of sea port towns, out of Charleston. Former Supervisor Speegl...

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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. — 4 August 1905

MADE OF PAPER. T'extile Fabrics That Are Warm And May Be Washed. Scientific American. Garments made ,f paper have long been used in eastern Asia but only in defaal: of other clothing or on spe cial occasions. In western countries the only articles of dress made of paper. until recently, were collars. ciff. and shirt bosoms; that is to say. articles which are usually starched. Now. however. numerous inventors are endeavoring to introduce woven aUi is. Some time ag an Italian Prof. Zanetti. devised a method of making fine and strong yarns by twisting very thin silk paper. cut into strips about one-tenth of an inch wide. As vet these yarns are used for wicks of wax candles and in the manufacture of incandescent gas mantles. A greater advance has been made in Saxony. Here, also, narrow strips of paper are spun by a process patent ed by Claviez & Co. Paper and cot ton are also spun together, so thai in the finished yarn the paper envel ops the cotton. These yarns are used as fillers,...

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 August 1905

X. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1905 The reports as to the yellow fever situation in New Orleans show an in crease in the death rate, but the au thorities continue to claim that they feel no alarm. It is to be hoped their confidence is well founded. The dispensary question will no doubt be Fufy and freely discussed at Young's Grove on August 15. Eith er side will be represented by those who are numbered among the kaders. Parks And Public Improvements. We wonder sometimes why New berry has no parks, which by com mon consent are marks of public ,spirit, and advancement. These and like improvements come to every commu nity by concerted effort, and we do not recall any attempt in this direc tion hitherto. Has the time not come, when a forward step may not be taken. with reasonable assurance of success? Though we may differ from others we believe that a public park with well-shaded walks, with fountains at play,...

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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. — 4 August 1905

THE CITY SCHOOLS. Annual Report of Board of Trustees For Scholastic year Ending June i, 1905. Newberry. S. C.. July 31. 1905. To the Citizens of Newberry School Dristrict: In obedience to an Act of the gen eral assembly. approved December 23, 1889. a! d amendments thereto, the board of trustees of Newberry school district herewith present their annual report for. the scholastic year ending June 1st, 1905. Summary of Statistics. Enrollment of pupils for the year . was as follows: Boundary Street School ........ 421 West End or Cotton Mill School 158 Hoge School.. colored, .. .. .. ..434 Total .. .. .. .. .. .. ....1,013 Average Daily Attendance .. .. 744 Length of Daily Sessions .. 5 ho,rs Number of teachers, inclnding Superintendent .. .. .. .. .. .. 20 Number of pupils belonging to teacher .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..63 Average Daily Attendance of Pupils to Teacher .. .. .. .. .. 37 Number of weeks school was in session .... .. .. .. .. .. ..36 Comparing the present with the precedin...

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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 August 1905

OLD MAIDS ARE SCARCE. in The Virginia Mountains All The Girls Marry. INe, York Sun. rmarried women are scarce in the V;rinia mountains. In a summer's sojorn in a mountain country of ,3k Virginia a tourist made the ac qua!rance of fully seven hundred enns, and found but one "old a.'' a,ld she was "talking." To 7,a.. 'in mountain vernacular, mean ?tn L.av court or to accept it." begin to "talk" at thirteen eve- -welve. in localities far removed ircm the railroads. The little maid leavt oft her red calico "sleeve fpr.." the "head band" that has hela back her lose hair, puts her - ia big knob on the back of her -hea. and lets her dress down-all dve:tisements of readiness for mar The young man's choice of a sweet-; iieart is more than likely to be his coUsin. Kinship makes no difference to him, for he is not usually suffi- 3 ciently enlightened to think of the effects of such marriages-effects t very aparent in the great number of people in the mountains, roll-eyed, cross-eyed. big heade...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 4 August 1905

HE MADE JAPAN'S POWDER. The Remarkable Career of Dr. Gian Shimose. Brooklyn Eagle. Dr. Gian Shimose, termed "the Gunpowder Wizard of Japan," has perhaps done as much, if not more, than ony other one man to aid the Flower Empire in its successful ef forts to annihilate the forces of Rus sia. both at sea and on land. The world has heard much of the activity of the soldier, of the accuracy of the firing of the Japanese gunners, but little has been printed of the man who supplied the ammunition which has caried the missiles of destruction. The United States has her Krag and her Springfield: Germany swears by her Mauser and England has her Lee-Endiieid. Likewise every nation has a high explosive, the British cordite. he French melinite. and many otierB. But while much has been said and written of these various :mpn:le:erts of war. little has been said of Japan. But all the while the little man was laboring away in his iahoratory. experimenting, until he produced "shimrose." the most per ...

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 August 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. C. ? Mo:ents cf Many People, Newbcrrians :.nd Those Who V .sit Newberry. Jeanne Pelhamni visiting Jea~ni " sin in Union. M, J. L. Feagle is home from a :t o Atanta. Ga. Mrs. C. G. Blease is visiting Mrs. niu, Eison in Columbia. M;= Mary Sample. of Columbia. is t relatives in the city. V. Willie Riser is taking her va :a c7 at Stomp Springs. Ma+ter Jahes McWhirter is visit _ng r'atives in Newberr,. Mr Rufus Fellers is taking a va ,aton at Hendersonvile, N. C. Mi- Julia Schumpert. of Prosper visiting Mrs. D. M. Ward. Mj. Mamie Parks is visiting rel v and friends in Greenwood. :Ms Pearl Crum, of Orangeburg. . visiting Miss Vera Houseal. No:n. Fred H. Dominick returned -esterday morning from Columbia. M.ss Lizzie Dean. of Greenville, is visiting her aunt, Miss Sue Holland. .Mrs. C. A. Porter is spending some -me with relatives and friends in Co inmbia. -o"n. Cole L. Blease, of Newberry, "o: ;n the city today.-Anderson M,. J. L. Williamson went *to At axr this week to ha...

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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. — 8 August 1905

- - ~ -,-. ) e<I4~ ~ - ~-" N~. -*~ xs .~ -3, V r -~.v-' ~~1 a--f VOL. XLII. No 101 P NEWBERRY. S. C.. TUESDAY ALTGLST S l9Uo TWICE A WEEK. $1.50 YEAR TILLMAN SPEAKS AT EDGEFIELD MEETING SENATOR SPOKE FOR TWO AND A HALF HOURS. He Gingered Up a Little and Talbert Got Angry-Incident Laughed Off. Senator Tillman spoke for two hours and a h'ali at a mass meeting at Edgefield on Saturday, at which time the dispensary question was dis cussed by a number of prominent ge-ntlemen. There is a movement on foot in Edgefield county to vote out the dispensary and it was decided to have a public discussion of the question and to have speeches on both sides. There was no excite ment except for a few moments wh en Col. W. J. Talbert interupted Senator Ti'l-man. who, it is stated, kept his wits about him and smiled the affair away. The following report of Senator Tllhman's speech is taken from the Colimbia State: Tillman's Speech. Mr. Chairman, Ladies and Fellow Citizens: It is six years since I ha...

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. — 8 August 1905

r.eate. I have not heard anything, cut I just smell something up the creek. (Laughter.) I want it to in- I vestigate the Richland Distillery com- S pany, find out how it came to be or- t ganized, who were the original F stockers, how much stock they I took, and all about it. A voice: You will play the devil if you do that. Tillman: I am i. the humor 'co 1 play the devil with any thief that I can catch, big, little, old or young. (Laughter and cheers.) Let this committee find out that 1 stinck up th.e creek, and quit talking about t so much. Do you know how much the state is credited with on the books of the commissioner as having in possession, over $Soo,ooo worth of whiskey, $400,000 scattered all over the state and $4oo,00o in Co iumbia. What do they want with so mudh. They are on a cash basis, they can order liquor from any source they choose by the car load, get it here and bottle it and distribute it in 30 days. Then I hear, I don't know how true it is, but I want this com mitt...

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