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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 25 December 1903

USED CATS AS CHIPS. Poker Game Between Hermits for Championship of Western New York. A correspondent of The New York Sun at Hamilton N. Y., per petrates this: The strangest poker game ever played in western New York was fought out two weeks ago by Pete Snelling of this place, better known as the "Cat Hermit," and "Old Man" Booker of Clark soil, likewise a recluse and some thing of a cat fancier. The two men live about one mile apart, with the town line between them. It was in reality town against town, with cats for chips. The game grew out of profes sional jealousy, each of the players pretending to be the boss hermit in point of years, hard luck and itim ber of cats. Last August Old Man Booker happened to meet Pete at the village store, and among other things declared that when it came to poker he could make Pat Sheedy hunt cover. "I am strong on it," he an nounced. "I'm husky. I haven't played for years, just because I know there is no one hefty enough to make it interesting." "I...

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. — 25 December 1903

'The Ensign And the Poodle Dog By SEATON LORD (Copyright, 1903, by Hamilton Musk.] NSIGN MARK ATHERTON'S ship arrived at the United States navy yard on Dec. 21. There he learned that the gun boat Concas, on which was his Na val academy chum, Tom Dresser, was expected to arrive the next day. Ather ton procured leave to vAsit his home, but left a note for Dresser asking him to follow . and spend Christmas with him. The day after Atherton reached home he went over to Q. to see his aunt, who, next to his mother, was the nearest person to him on earth. While t Q. he received a forwarded telegram rom Dresser that he had arrived, was ery ill and asked that his friend would me to him at once. thcrton examined the time tables to d that If he went back home he ould lose twenty-four hours. By go g over to N., flve miles distant, he ould get a train to the city in a couple f hours. Since he had ample time he ecided to walk. When he reached N. e went Into the station ticket office nd, looking in...

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. — 25 December 1903

'The Ensign And the Poodle Dog By SEATON LORD [Copyright, 1903, by Hamilton Musk.] NSIGN MARK ATLIBRTON'S 1 ship arrived at the United 8 States navy yard on Dec. 21. There he learned that the gun boat Concas, on which was his Na val academy chum, Tom Dresser, was expected to arrive the next day. Ather ton procured leave to visit his home, but left a note for Dresser asking him to follow - and spend Christmas with him. The day after Atherton reached home he went over to Q. to see his aunt, who, next to his mother, was the nearest person to him on earth. While t Q. he received a forwarded telegram rom Dresser that he had arrived, was ery ill and asked that his friend would me to him at once. therton examined the time tables to d that if lie went back home he ould lose twenty-four hours. By go g over to N., five miles distant, he ould get a train to the city In a couple f hours. Since he had ample time he ecided to walk. When he reached N. e went into the station ticleet office nd, loo...

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. — 25 December 1903

I. H. AUI.1., IKDITOR. THE HAMPTON MONUMENT. The committee appointed to rais( Newberry's share of the fund foi the erection of a monument to per petuate the memory of General Wade Hampton has issued an ad dress which appears in another col umn. No further appeal should be necessary. A few months ago we loudly mourned Hampton's death. Special trains were run to his fun eral and the whole State, as it were, stood over the bier of her most honored son. Surely this dis play of feeling was sincere and the people of South Carolina will con tribute $jo,ooo for the erection of a monument to the memory of her illustrious soldier-statesman who showed his great love by his wise counsel and his brave deeds. We believe that Newberry's small portion will be raised in a very few days, as it should be. CHRISTMAS. The Christmas tide is upon us again-the season of joy and glad ness because the season of peace and good will. Christmas is essentially the fes tival of the children and the poor. It is th...

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 December 1903

IN MBlk1Y OF HAMPTON. Committee Appointed To Rtaise Newberry's Share of Monument Fund Issues An Address. At the last session of the legis lature a bill was passed appropriat ing $xo,ooo to be used with a Simi lar amount to be contributed by the people of South Carolina, for the erectioj of a monument to the men. ory of General Wade Hampton. The appropriation by the legisla ture becomes available only when the. ike amount has been contribut ed by the people of the State. The committee which was ap pointed to take the matter in charge made a report several clays ago show ing that only about half of the $xo, ooo to be secured in voluntary sub scriptions had been raised. The next session of the legislature is only a few weeks off. Should the other $5,ooo not be raised by that time the legislature may rescind its sp piopriation or take further action looking towards the erection of the monument. IL is desired, however, to raise all of the amount, if possible, before the legislature conve...

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 December 1903

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 25 December 1903

TIE CH1RI5 M MARUMERITA T1 ME$ 0? WIEN DAYS ARE DAIR y HEARTH 'I r CLOUDS C THEN AANTA CLAWM 1'rK A REINDEER TE NG8 17 YOU uTrnw nors, FOR ,IT AND DOOK AND DRIM T AND MOP3 DINC BLOCI ENKNIVE~ WinCH CU'l IDA3EALLS AND 1A - AND RAr5 TUHAT UT Pul P- wm*rcu P AND, kN tEFORE -0/0 _E5 A CARI "AVIE MER COPYR CrHT.I9O5 crosuing the Itet. Physical culturists say that the prac tice of sitting with the legs or even the feet crossed is a bad one and has more to do with cold feet than most persons imagine. It has this result principally through impeding the circulation of the blood in the leg that is crossed over the other. The femoral veins are cramped, with the consequence that the blood Is dammed back into the feet and above the knee, inducing as well as cold feet a varicose condition In the veins of the ealves. Another reason why the habit should be discouraged Is the fact that on general physiological principles It Is healthier to sit squarely with both feet resting upon the floor, whereas ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 25 December 1903

PURELY PERSONAL. The Moyements of Many People, Newbei rians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Cotton was at 13 all over th county yesteiday. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. McCaughri are in the city. Miss Helen Goggans is at hom from Laurens for Christmas. Misses Ag nes and Susie Sumime went to Atlanta on Tuesday. Miss Lucile Wilson is at homi from Con verse for the holidays. Miss Grace Harmon, of Pros perity, was in Newberry yesterday Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Odom havt gone to Atlanta to spend the holi days. Miss Ethel Kinard left on Tues day for Augusta to visit her sister Mrs. E. S. McNeil Mr. Wiite Fant came lioi- yes terday from his schc,-)l in Virginia to spend Christmas. Misses El Dora and Ochliese Wil lanisoi are at home fiom Converse college lor Christmas. Mr. 11. W. Dominick goes to Colnhw today to see David War field il I'he Auctioneer" tonight. Mr. W N'. Fair, Jr., will come home frm , Atlanta to spend a por tioni of tl2 holidays. Ir B. I. Geer, traveling repre .,eitative of the State newspape...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 29 December 1903

'STA LISHED 1865 NE WBERR. S. C., TpUICSDAY. DECEMBER 21. 1903. TWICE A WEEK. $1.5 YA L WAR PREPARATIONS. Dixie t all for Colon With 600 Marines. The sply to be Made to Gen. Reyes. The Eastern Question. Phil delphia, December 27. --Sun day qt et at the League Island navy yard vts broken today by the hur ried fit ing out of the 'cruiser Dixie for lie trip to Colon, and tonight the tri i vessel is ready to sail to nmorro morning. The activity at the y4d resembled much the busy scenesthere prior to the Spanish Ameri'an war. Brig. Gen. Elliott, comminding the marine corps, who is goipg to the Isthmus on the Dixie, arrive in the afternoon. ree companies of marines, one m Boston and the others from ashington, also arrived. Altogether the Dixie will take eouth'6oo marines, who will be r the command of Lieut. Col. Jer. The work of loading the er continued until midnight of rday, and was completed this foon. The quantity, and char bter of her cargo indicates that the overnment expects a long...

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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. — 29 December 1903

SPECIAL JUDGB WELCH. Resolutions Adopted by the Saluda Bar Judge Welch Tenders an Blegant Banquet. The Saluda Standard says that or Saturday, the 19th, just before the Saluda court adjourned a touching scene took place. Mr. B. W. Crouch offeredthe resolutions given below, and in doing so he assured the Judge that they were not offered as a matter of form or lip flattery, but as coming in sincerity from the hearts of the members of the bar. His remarks were beautifully ap appropriate, and he was followed in as appropriate remarks by way of second by each member of the Saluda Bar and Solicitor Thurmond. THE RIUSOLUTIONs. Resolved, ist. That the members of the Saluda Bar take pleasure in expressing entire satisfaction with the manner in which His Honor, R. H. Welch, Special Judge. has presided at the present term of our Court. Resolved, 2nd. That we appreci ate the fair, able and impartial way in which he has met and passe( upon every legal question submit ted to him during the entire ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 29 December 1903

FELL AD ON CHRISTMAS DAY. r. T. Ers e Todd, A Leading Citizen of Lau s, Dies Very Suddenly. Dr. T. frskine Todd, of Laurens, Vwas sud ily stricken on Christmiias day as was walking from the postoffic o his home, passing away a few n lutes later. He was ap parently n his accustomed health, which, I wever, had not been vigor oUs for me time. le was accom panied y one of his little sons when h was stricken and suddenly sank to he sidewalk. By dea of Dr. Todd Laurens loses a highly esteemed citizen. Dr. Todd was 49 Vars old. He was the son f the L e Samuel R. Todd, a dis nguish d citizen. Dr. Todd leaves wife a .1 five children. He was leadin member of the First Pres yteriai Church. He had retired from ac ive practice as a physician for som ten or twelve years, giving his time!to his large commercial in terests md private business. IlIe as the senior member of the firm Todd, Simpson & Co, dealers in eral merchandise, director of the National Bank and a member uncil. r. Todd leaves a...

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. — 29 December 1903

A K. H. AULI,. PD)TOR. FOR THE CITY'S ADVANCEMENT. There should be a full attendance of the business men of the city as well as members of the board of trade at the meeting of the board to be held in council chambers at 9 :30 o'clock this morning to take action for co-operating with the other cities and towns in the State looking towards securing equitable freight rates for South Carolina. The board of trade desires the assistance of the business men in this matter, and not only in this, but in every other undertaking for the advancement of Newberry. "If all the business men of the town would join the board of trade and work together," says t he letter ad dressed by the board to the busi ness men asking them to attend this meeting, 'it ; p<sible to do imany things which would be of advantag;e to thi. com mumtv m a bu -ine , wvay. Thi'- I.: AnIvta tion to you and a reque,t ihat you become an act'.ve mem'Iber of the board of trade.' If there is one thing that New berry needs above ...

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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. — 29 December 1903

A autiftl Home Wedding. Dec ber 23 was a beautiful day, afd at je residence of Mr. S. W. Wessi er a happy event took place at 2:3 P. in. Mr. Thomas E. Wicke the efficient teacl,er of Johns' e Academy, was married 8is Minnie, oldest daughter of a Mrs. S. W. Wessinger, of M Olivet section of Newberry n t ve thing seemed to be in ac ord th the season and say, "Be pp. The parlor was beauti ly d profusely decorated with erg ens. The guests arranged em lves around the walls, leav ig p ce for the contracting par 68 th their attendants. These ,iarc d in to the sound of the ga as it gave forth the music of e dding march. Tht attendants were Miss Sallie 1ongwith Mr. Noah Moore; Miss munite Rose Wessinger, of Lex gton county, with Mr. B. S. terrick ; Miss Maude Lee Eth 6ridge, of Saluda county, with Mr. Ambrose A. Wessinger, brother of le bride, and Miss Clara Wicker, ster of the groom, with Mr. Jesse alter, of Newberry. The handsome groom led the vely bride beneath the bell sped evergreen sus...

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. — 29 December 1903

NO WEDDING, BUT A FUNERAL. Young Lady Comes from England to b Married, and Finds her Betrothed a Corpse. McKeesport, Pa.. Dec 27.-Aftte a journey of nearly +oco mieS which was to have had its termiina tion at the ntptial altar, Miss Lilliar Bennett, of Wediesbury. England stood to--in in the plresence of tle remains af her betrothed. Ambrose Good, who X,s killed in the wreck of the Duqu,esne limc.td last Wed nesday e-:ening. The scene inl the little darken-d pir!or of thO htAe of Thom1:IS R. Good, a brother of Ambrose. wai pathetio. Just. ak!ross the street fran the home of 'Phomnas Good stands the cottage .hich Miss Bennett's in tended hlsiand hul puirchaed ard w -hich wa t have been the Jast day befor. th: wdding. will wit nless the fun1erlal. Miss Bennett is nrofue in her gratitude for th kindvess of the lllis Island officials and others, but refutes the statenient tihat she is without ri..is. She says she will probal YCrn :ii. In Al it Ica. TiF DEV1I. QUOTING SCRIFMUlm'. Senator...

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. — 29 December 1903

Napo visited spend . Jan prefect, intend passed, s of the *to knew Out your *y will get 0do not i4j0t1 of. cow a way out of to lock you up ror has gone." d the terms of e emperor was as the revolu at the arrest of dared to utter a ror and empress Vent in person to ho had haid suvi they greeted himln live the prefect!" de Ia Mor.te, who plied, "Mly frivinds. anond Roomm." omen who want to eusive set of jewels. 1or upward, get a 'diamond rooms," as n the big New York Gems worth less than ept in show cases and p at the counters. But nts to make a larger ond necklace with ril from $40,000 to ---lie is shown luto enn examinc the isure 1and see the )e most care ke varlors as sinply fur o the mafes. g (uiIng the i:in in a well three or four i) $12.000 to eliaht. by two officers ients to deter it onl soldiers in ie live men iwho marched a dis id eighty-two eights carried ie and sixty first weight It at a moderate r the distance o weather slight erienced, which march was over, d begin the ne...

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. — 29 December 1903

CHRISTMAS IN NEWBBRRY. Observed In Several Of The Churches B: Christmas Trees And Services-Day Passed Off Quietly. Christmas Day passed off very quietly in Newberry. 'The weathei was as disgreeable as a Christmas Day could well be. Rain fell con tinuously during the iorning and through most of the afternoon and there were. very few people other than those called by business on the streets. On Christmas Eve night there was the usual celebration by the shooting of fireworks and it was during this celebration that a negro lost his life. IUCT11ODIST CIIRISTM AS TREE. A Christmas tree service was held in Central Methodist church o Thursday night. The tree was very beautiful and was laden with fruits and candies and other presents for the -children. The pastor, the Rev. S. H. Zimmerman, received a toy pig with an order attached for a real live pig. A program consisting of songs and recitations was well carried out. The occasion was very thoroughly enjoyed by all those present. AT WISIT iN...

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. — 1 January 1904

STABLISHED 1865 NEWBERRY. S. 0., FRIDAY. JANUARY 1, 1904. TWIE A WEEK $1.50 A YE GEN-7R AflWT WTIC A W gps of More or Less Interest Coniiense( some 1 Outside the State. This pr6t along witli1irrted that 4,000 Mace to orgallize the1)y Bulgarian officers fitile, anld I thi 'ivade Turkish terri that there was n1 farmers in any chamber of deputie. stickinig plaster-Y on the budget votec do Ilar.- ,s it will the government byv wo1an to b ise aman. It will s been produced it together, anl it I at Baltimore. Il password and le-(ilf the usual Sunda3 and is the basis, t sPiration of all effo' ual anI cor)orate. son of Fire Chie: Therefore, if Decatur, Ala., wa. money for the f ert rifle, a Christ stick. It is as fof' each farmer carr to be no improve his local marke; Far tast situation the local st 'and Russia are tnakinj agent, let a' parations.. ,combine th combi, e tl.older, the .Ki3xvIile sul zation oe his death:" confessed t( sell rIn AtIapta about which tht iv T knew nothl'g, . gr atmn...

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. — 1 January 1904

THE NEWBERRY OF DAYS THAT ARE PAST. LETTER FROM A k11MER NEWBEIRIAN, NOW IN TEXAS. Memories of Great Mcii and Good len and Graceful and Lovely Women of The Old Newberlry. Going north from Stewart's, we reach the happy home of' Drayton Nance, one of iat.1rc's nloblelmenl and his amiable wife, Iticy ( Wil liams) a decsceidiaot of oie of the grand hieroes of King's Mountain, Col. james N illiais. She was a lovely example of the "radiant dream that lurks ii the word wo nma." Tlhink of Dravton Nance as lie lived and you vill be a btr man. He was genial, natural, cordial and intellectual, disclo-ing the goodness and greatness of his heart; in his family he was always gentle, generous, good humored and affectionate; in society a pure exam ple of the complete Christian gen tleman, yes, lie was a great hearted man, with a soul as white and pure as a" lily. He often had a laugh on me, telling when I was a little chap, at dinner at his house, he asked if I would have anything more and I replie...

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. — 1 January 1904

' HOW TO SBLL COTTON. Farmers In Lee County Made Money b; - Organization. Mr. E. D. Smith, of Lee Couwty gives the following plan in the Coc ton Plant for an organization of th, farmers for the handling and sellinj ,of their cotton : You gave some notice of my plai to control the sale and price of cot ton in a recent issue of your paper Su interested am I yet Aas so fearfu that my plan would not work tha before I said anything about it go some farmers together to prove it This proof of it I now wish to giv along with the plan. All attempt to organize the farmers have proven futile, and I think one reason i that there was no money for th farmers inl ally of, thiem. Tile heCs sticking plaster in the worl iti dollar. as it will stick a beautit woman to a miseranole old "clis' o a man. It will stick the Iarmuer, together, and it is the best sign passwoid and pledge on God's e.,th and is the basis, the spring and in spiation of all effort, both individ nal and corporate. Therefore, if in...

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. — 1 January 1904

A MATTER OF ECONOMY. If the spirit of reform eve reaches that point where our nobb lawmakers are willing to surrende pay for public service, the bil providing for biennial sessions of the General Assembly will doubt less prevail. This bill was left over from the last session. Thi joint resolution to submit the mat. ter to the people of the State lack ed but one vote of the t wo-thirdt majority. Friends of the measure and these are the )eople who have the best interest of South Carolina at heiart, are determined to fight for it again, anid tihe chances art more greatly in its favor t han ever before. We have heard so mucl about the financial troubleF of' ti State that the legislators can hard13y insist on meeting once every yea when the conditions Jo not dcnlanId it and when the m1eetiig is a bur den on tih tax lmyers. (Te new haw would mni legislatie prcin g hcbc: he I' Iws than it wiIll cvcr hw iI)c yea to b:a,d e r aboil- d ed it next. The e are enou;h Ik.l t ito HXt alm O t-C Co"...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
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