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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 15 August 1905

AN UNNOTICED WAR. An Expensive One in Which the World is Taking No Interest. New York Sun. The world has been so busily en gaged in watching the larger activi ties in Manchuria that it has almost Iorgotten Germany's little campaign against its rebellious subjects in Southwest Africa. It is, nevertheless, an interesting little quarrel, and not without instructive features. The Herero revolt began in Janu ary, 1904. By May of that year Ger many had 6,ooo troops engaged in trying to suppress it. Up to the present time she has sent out,. all told, nearly 14,000 men. The Berlin correspondent of the London Times reports to his paper that 59 officers have been killed in action or have died from disease, while the casual ties in the ranks are given as 1,194, including non-commissioned officers. In addition to th-ese, 238 men have been sent home permanently invalid ed. The pecun:ary cost to Germany up to the present time has been about $6o,ooo,ooo. And the end is not yet. The German army is ...

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. — 15 August 1905

?URELY PERSONAL. Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Misi Nora Long is visiting iriends -and relatives in Anderson. Mr. A. T. Brown spent a few days in Hendersonville, N. C. last -week. Mr. Forrest Summer is staying in noa-:ains at Hendersonville for a few days. I", . \V. D. Porter of Atlanta. is on a vis:t to his mother. Mrs. C. A. Porter M. A\. L. Dominick and Mr. H. W. Do-minick are spending some time in A eeville. N. C. M?; Rook Simmons left the city Friday to spend a while with friends .at Chappells. Mr. Richard Burton left yesterday for Augusta. where he will visit frierds and relatives. Mr. T. B. Wicker and Miss Julia Wicker are visiting friends and rela tives at Ninety Six. Miss Hattie Riddel, of Augusta. Ga., made a short visit to Miss Bettie Bradley Sunday and Monday. M~. W. H. Shelly and Mrs. R. C. Wili:ams leave tomorrow for an ex -tended trip in North Carolina. Mrs. L. S. McSwain, of Coranaca. an.d ?:-s Carrie Shellor. of Anderson. are vI...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 18 August 1905

VOL. XLII.NO. 101 NEWBERRY, S. C.. FRIDAY AUGUST 18, 1905. TWICE AWE.$.0YA SENSATIONAL MEETING , AT YOUNG'S GROY] SENATOR BLEASE'S SPEECI CREATES COMMOTION. Rev. P. H. E. Derrick Charges Bleas With Insulting the Ministry The Lie Passed. About seven hundred people gatih ered at Young's Grove, two mile from Prosperity, Tuesday to lisfen t the discussion of the dispensary ques tion. The meeting was quiet in. th morning, the audience giving close at tention to the speaking. However, when Mr. Blease startec 'co speak in the afternoon the' meeting took a sensational turn. In th course of his speech, Mr. Blease too: -ccasion to denounce some of the pro hibitionists as hypocrites, and h spoke of the churc>h as being full o rascals. Some in the crowd remon strated and a commotion followed. A detailed report of tihe meetins is given below. The first speaker introduced b! Chairman Goggans was Hon. Arthur Kibler. He said the sale of liquor by th state is injurious to the citizens, an countie...

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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. — 18 August 1905

not belong to me but belongs to the people and they will have the right next year to choose my successor and I will bow to their will, whatever it may be, without a murmur. I do not believe that the fall of the dispensary necessarily means my fall. I do not see what association there is or could possibly be between the dispensary question and the position which I have taken upon it and my fitness for the high office which I hold. If my health: continues good I shall ask the people to continue me in the place, not because I am the father of the dispensary but because of my services in Washington. I am not uneasy in the least. So much for that branch of your letter. Now let us come to the dispensary question and your treatment of it. You quote with great unction from the decision of our supreme court: "That liquor in its nature is danger ous to the morals, good order, health and safety of the people, and is not to be placed on the same footing with the ordinary commodities of life suc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 18 August 1905

GRAFT AND MUTINY. Rojestvensky Says His Ships Were Useless-Men Rebelled. it was suppised that the sensa tinos in regard to the battle of the sea of Japan had been exhausted. but Admiral Rojestvensky's report. printed recently at London, is a doc ument of so amazing a character that tiie battle has again been discussed almost as generally as immediately after it was fought, says a London correspondent of the New York Times. It is stated that the report w-as re ceived by the czar on July 10. but had hitherto been kept secret. As soon as the admiral's condition permitted he received all the superior officers of his squadron who are prisoners in Japan and drew up his report in agreement wit-,A Admiral Nebogatoff. The report has not been officially published yet, but the contents of it have become known to the members of the czar's court. The admiral declares that his ves sels were in extremely bad condition, due not only to the haste in their construction, but also to the dis hon esty o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 18 August 1905

. . ACLL, Z,DITCR. Entered at the Postotlice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY. AUGUST 18, 1905. The Press Party. August 9.-When I wrote last we were rocking along over the plateaus of New Mexico. All that day and night we were riding along at ar elevation almost as great as-the higfi est peak of our Blue Ridge with ranges of mountains as high agair piled on top of this. Part of the time we were winding along through these following through gorges and aroun< - cliffs the course of some river. The river, however, we had to take or faith, for none but the greates streams are flowing at this time o the year, and e%'n these are rathe; poor looking specimens in compari son with the importance on the map About midday on Saturday w< reached Williams, from -Mhich place a branch runs off to the Grand Can yon. We were scheduled to wai here an hour, and the party gratefu for every chance to escape from the car, spent the time in buying souve airs, looking at a small men...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 18 August 1905

For Sale! The W. B. Aull Place, corner John stone and Summer Streets, and oppo site the residence of Mr. Chas. A. Bow man. I have divided the lot and offe] the corner lot with the residence, con taining eight large rooms, besides the Pantry, Bath Room and a large:Kitchen, All in first class repair, recently kalse mined and painted inside and outside Electric lights all through the house, yard fence painted. This lot, size 14i feet on Johnstone street and 198 feel on Summer street for $2,500. The other lot cut off from this or Summer street with a two room ten ant house on it, size 85 feet on Summei street by 198 feet deep for $500.00. This is a great bargain. The residenc( could not be put there today for les. than $2,500. I would alike to sell anc give possession at once. If you want i good home, or to buy a lot, this is youw opportunity. Terms-One-third cash, and balanc( in one and two years with interest ai seven per cent. per annum. The credi1 portion to be secured by a mortgage...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 18 August 1905

n ZGIRLS DO THE LOVEMAKING. -low Marriages In Some Lands Are Brought About. The students of psychology and so :iology know that women have culti vated an attitude of effeminate coy .mess along with the thousands and one conventialities that have been -thrust on -ohem. In spite of these .opinions, says the Chicago Tribune, in the days gone by it was almost as common for the .women as the men to do the courting. Today there are parts of the world where young wo men feel they are doing nothing wrong by taking this pleasure and responsibility on themselves. In Polynesia there are no women's clubs and the doctrines of wonien's -ights have never been ,h:eard, and still -these half emancipated young girls reel they have the right to extend an offer of marriage to an equal or to an inferior. Their proposals are some times accepted, again reiected: When their love is unanswered they do not commit suicide or take poison, as an American novelist might make us be lieve. They may grieve a little...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 18 August 1905

OFFICERS OF REVOLUTION. Very Few Emerged From the Obliv ion of Routine Naval Druggery -Biddle's Self-Sacrifice. New York Evening Pos . John Paul Jones unquestionably stood 'head and shoulders over his brother officers in the service of the Revolution, yet there were some who pressed him rather closely in the award of honors concerning whose deeds comparatively little is known. This is regrettable for more reasons than one, chief among which is that, while Jones will be found to have suf fered .iothing by comparison, these humbler heroes of his day have not received the recognition so justly due them. Of the 29 officers who held the rank of naval captain in our ser vice during the Revolution, only a few emerged from obscurity. They, like the great majority in all ser vices, were destined to perform that hardest of all professional work, the morrotorous routine duty incident to the carrying on of naval war. There were few, however, who had the good fortune to emerge from the oblivion ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 18 August 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. The M1ovements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mr. E. H. Leslie is in the city on a few days' visit. . Mr. S. J. Wooten went to Columbia yesterday on business. Mrs. Mary Lindsay is visiting rel atives and friends at Kinards. Mr. O. MeR. Holmes and family are spending two weeks at Virginia Be-Ach. Virginia. Mrs. Isabel T. St. Amand is spend ing a few days at Saluda Old Town. visiting her son. Messrs. Robert Norris and Simpson Zimmerman are on a pleasure trip to Norfolk. Virginia. Mrs. W. A. Jamieson re.t.rned -to the city Wednesday. after a visit to friends in Laurens. Messrs. J. G. Daniels and E. E. Williamson left the city Wednesday for a ten days' trip to New York. Miss Mattie Abney returned to her home in Greenwood Wednesday, af ter a short visit to Miss Dorothy Hueitt. Mr. and Mrs. Luther C. Barr, of Columbia, who have been visiting relatives in the city, returned to their home Tuesday. Mr. Olie Bowers returned to the city Wednesday, af...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 22 August 1905

VOL. XLII. NO. 105 NEWBERRY. S. C.. TUESDAY AUGUST 22) 1905. TWICE A WE.$.0YA THE NEWBERRY OF DAYS THAT ARE PAST THE SWEET MEMORIES OF THE LONG AGO. An Interesting Letter From a For mer Newberrian, Now Living in the Lone Star State. Don't you feel you'd like to wander, down some winding country lane, Don't you feel you'd like to ramble in your childhood's ways again, Like to drink the way you used to, from a time worn drinking gourd Like to hunt for wave worn pebbles, and to skip the mdown the stream, Like to put aside all troubles, and go away back then and dream Those old dreams, whose very dream nig used to give your soul delight. Such as even their full fruition cannot bring :o you tonight. The frost that shows of mornings' white on fences, roof and grass May melt into crystal globules, as the morning moments. pass, But the frost about your -temples, it will never melt away And the bars are up forever, between you and yesterday. Y,ou will never, never, i aver be that little boy ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 22 August 1905

govern and control. Upon these his toric grounds re-:s a splendid monu ment to \Woiie, enclosed against van dal hands, by an iron fence. No longcr is heard the bugle blast that calls to arms. but "peace, 'hath her victories no less renowned than war." and here is enthroned. I gathered beautiful daisies near by the monument on the Plains of Abraham and sent them by post to the loved ones at home, hundreds of miles away. It seemed almost as if it was sacred ground for upon it was shed the life blood of heroes and martyrs. With the dy ing declaration of Wolfe "The French are running, God be praised, I die a victorious death" ringing in my ears I leave this spot for other points of interest. In after years it remained for th< descendants of Wolfe and Mont calm to erect a joint monumen to the memory of their respectiv chieftains, situated on the Governor', Garden near Dufferin Terrace What a marvel to nearly every mind but does it not exemplify a senti ment of exquisite beauty, and ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 22 August 1905

This incident ha, furnished a then for the novelist and romancer many interesting stories have bec written with thi- as a grnimvr For further particulars the reader referred to F. Kirby's "The Histor Dug," or to Le Mines' "The Histur referred to F. Kirby's "The Golde the dog is in gilt and it is said hz always been so. The tourist and student should nei er leave Quebec on his return jou: ney unless he has paid a visit to th famous shrine of Saint Anne d Beaupre, situated 21 miles beyon Quebec; the trip is easily and quickl made by the electric railway, the scer ery along the way being very attra< tive, the St. Lawrence aid St. Charle rivers on one side, the Mount of S Anne on the other-we pass throug lovely valieys. we see the cattl browsing upon a thousand hills," w see a diferent people of simple co: tume and simpler faith, we see eage devotees hurying to the miracle-worl; ing shrine, and we realize that w have come to St. Anne de Beaupr< which for 250 years has been regarde...

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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. — 22 August 1905

E. H. ACLL. EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1905. "When Ellerbe died and McSwceny became governor there was a reign of blind tigers and wholesale of violations of the dispensary law." said Mr. A. C. Jones, in his speech at Young's Grove, as reported by the Observer. "He believed there was an understanding between the dispensary aut'horities and the blind tigers that the latter would not be disturbed so long as they got their liquor from the dispensary. This state of affairs continued through Mc Sweeney's second term, and ':hen then the people elected Heyward on the understanding that 'he would enforce the law: and he believes he is trying to do his duty; but has been told that blind tigers are almost as open in Charleston and Columbia as they were in McSweeny's time." The man who told Mr. Jones this wonderful thing was evidently well informed. Possibly it may be that he should have told Mr. Jones, however, that there...

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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. — 22 August 1905

DR. CROMER REJOINS. He Cites South Carolina Supreme Court As To Whiskey. Dr. Geo. B. Cromer has sent the following open letter to Unite( States Senator B. R. Tillman: The Hon. B. R. Tillman.-Deai Sir: It was not to be expected tha: you would adopc my view of the principles underlying the dispensar) law, but I desire to assure you that I appreciate the spirit of your letter publisl.ed in the papers of this morn ing. A final word in reply is requirec by one or two passages in your let ter. While my own conduct is of small moment and I have no desire to bring my personality into the dis cussion, let me assure you. in pass ing, that my moral support has been given to the enforcement of the dis pensary law. When Governor Hey ward expressed a determination tc enforce the law in Charleston I wrote him a letter of warm commen dation; not because I was in sympa thy with the dispensary law, but be cause I am opposed to lawlessnes5 and in favor of .fostering respect for duly constituted author...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 22 August 1905

SHE MAY BUILD BRIDGES. New York Girl, a City Employee, Is Studying Civil Engineering. Whea Lord Byron woke up one morning and found himself famous his feelings must have been some what similiar to rhose wih.ich Miss Elsie Bittman, of Brooklyn, is now experiencing. Miss Bittmans' recent appointment as a topographical draughtsman in the bureau of high ways made her suddenly famous, a circumstance which was wholly un expected by her, and not altogether 'o her liking. "I really cannot see," she said to a reoorter in her office at the bureau of highways the other day. "what I have done that people sho,l be so interested in me. Of course women don't usually go in for civil engineer ing, but I am not a civil engineer yet, and the possibility of my ever building bridges or tunnels or sky scrapers is so remote that I have hardly thought about it. I should like co do some practical engineer ing work, of course, and I will have to before I can get my degree in civil engineering from Cooper Uni...

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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. — 22 August 1905

POISONED BY TOADSTOOLS. Four Who Ate Them By Mistake Died Near Landisville, N. J. Toadstools mixed with mushrooms and eaten at a bir:hday party has caused the death of four of the six members of the family of Joseph Franzor, a farmer, who resides near Landisville. N. J. The dead are Joseph Franzor, aged thirty-eight years; his wife, aged thirty and two daughters aged seven and two years. The remaining members of the fam ily. two boys, aged five and four years, owe their lives to the fact :hat they did not partake of the poisonous mixture. Franzor was a miner at Leadville, Colo. Last March he purchased a fifty-acre farm near Landisville with money provided by his wife's brother things he raised was a small quan tity of mushrooms. Last Friday a week the family decided to have a birthday party in honor of the two yeard-old daughter. Mushrooms was one of the dishes to be served, and the seven-year-old daughter said she knew where mushrooms could be found in the woods near by. She gather...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 22 August 1905

0 PURELY PERSONAL. - M:e::ent of Many People, N ewberrians and Those Who - Visit Newberry. Mr. Silas J. McCaugrin is in the Mrs. Sallie Duncan is visiting friends and relatives at Pomaria. Miss Essie Pearson left yesterday for Union to visit friends. Miss Van-ssa \Williams is visiting May Scurry at Chappells. Mr. R. C. Perry is spending a few days at Chick Springs. Miss Blanche O'Neall. of Columbia is visiting Mrs. R. D. Wright, in the city. Miss Massie Williams of Clinton. is visiting friends in the city. Misses Mamie and Anna Slight are visiting relatives in Prosperity this week. Mrs. Kate Coats and Miss Nellie Coats are visiting relatives in Green ville. Miss Janie Campbell. of Jalapa. has returned home after a pleasant visit to Miss Josie Hutchinson. Mrs. M. M. Buford and son, Mun son. are visiting C. W. Buford in the county. Miss Lois and Sadie Goggans paid a short visit to friends at Chappells last week. Miss Laura Barksdale. of Laurense, is visiting her aunt. Mrs. A. P. Piier...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 25 August 1905

VOL. XLII. NO. 106 NEWBERRY. S. 0.. FRIDAY AUGUST 25, 1905. TWICE A WEEK. $1.50 YEAR COMMITTEE MEETS AT COLUMBIA FINANCIAL CONDITION OF STATE DISPENSARY. Ex-Commission Mixson Testifies About Attempted Bribes-Com missioner Tatum Makes Suggestions. Financial Statement Of the South Carolina State Dis pensary, March 31, 1905: Assets Cash balance March 31, 1905, $75, 365 36. Teams and wagon, $64 oo. Supplies, as per inventory, $29,173. Machinery ani office fixtures, $6, 328 56. Real estate, $52.860 56. Merchandise as per inventory, stock at dispensary, $368.o68 81. Suspended accounts in process of settlement. $5,694 72. Merchandise in hands of dispen sers, March 31, 1905. $388,899 53. Remittances in transit to State Treasurer, uncollected, R. R. Claims, etc., $65-773 72-8454.673 25. Personal accounts due State for M. T. bbls, alcohol, etc, $10,817 37. Total assets, $1,003,045 68. Liabilities School fund. $442,676 40. Personal accounts due by State for supplies, whiskey, wines, beer, alco...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 25 August 1905

2 THE PRESS PARTY. Beautiful Scenery Enroute-A De lightful Visit to San Francisco -The Exposition. August 16.-Over the superb road 'bed of the Oregon railroad and Nav igation company we are speeding to day through the loveliest scenery ot the trip so far, the Columbia river at our left and grassy slopes, or over banging cliffs to our right, with the most beautiful water falls dashing down the gorges, the Multmoman falls showing a stream of white straight down the side of the cliff for a dis tance of 840 feet. Then the Horse Tail falls' come leaping down a lit -tle further on, the spray rising from the ledges as they come. The waters of the Columbia are filled with salmon, and all along can be seen the fish wheels scooping in the fish as the current brings t:hem down, and they are taken by boat to the numerous canneries along the banks of the stream. Of course there is a great deal of fishing with hook and line as well, and tents are spied occasionally, as we are told that liv ing ou...

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