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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 12 September 1905

Dry Coo Our business relations wit the best values for their di In Dress Goods, Silks, and to serve you than ever. W Cotton Goods in all the Le theNewthingsin Neckweal Domestics! Domestics! Here is where we can save you money in buying Sheeting, Outing, Flarnels, Plaids and Prints all bought: Right and will be sold at Ric.ht Price. A lot of light and dark Prints 31-2c. yd as long as they iast. Standard Patterns 10 and 15c. of control immediately afterwards, Trying To Get Som and I never heard of it being paid. Mr. t. F. Miller, oi If it has I don't know it. I wasn't a of the Freeman and tl member after that came out. WhenNesmaenec the shortage occurred and they closed Hstil n rbl him up I called the board together, t e oehn o and they suggested that I take chargeuesothcndio of it and I did so, and of course, my ITeeaesvrllt connection with the board then Ita r ie eas ceased. If any collection of the cnetn ik a shortage was made I don't know of it. eorstgtannf If any steps were taken...

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. — 12 September 1905

E. H. AULL. EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C.. as second class matter. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1905 The Price Is Eleven Cents. "Yes, sir, I have some cotton," says the farmer as he throws h,is feet upon the railing of the front porch and takes a long puff from his corn pipe. "The price .is eleven cents per pound." There is unmeasured force in that little word "per." If he says "eleven cents a pound," the buyer will scare him into taking seven, but when he says "ii cts. per lb." and lets his jaws snr.p down like shutting down the lid of an ice box, it seems like business and it makes the fellow standing in the yard resting one foot on the lower front step a little ner vous. He tries to seem indifferent, though, as he observes "I'm giving seven cents for good middling today." "Then you don't want mine, I reck on," says the farmer. Here he press -es two fingers firmly against his lips and spits between them at a fly on the steps about ten fiet away. The buyer moves 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. — 12 September 1905

New fall Goods pouring in on No line has been slighted. \A date stock of.goods ever plac< town. We have set the table your duty when: you spend yc so thc store that imeasures ur Our Big Septei WEDNI Mimnaugh's Money Savers. We can save you money on Cotton Goods, I bought them when cot ton was selling for six and seven cents a pound. 5 Bales in. white heavy, homespun, worth 8c. yd., this sale 6 1-2c. 10.Bales l elebrated Sea Island, worth 6 1-2c. yd. " " 5c. 5 Cases standard Calicoes, worth 6 1-2c. yd. " " 4c. 2 Cases Cotton Flannel, worth 8c. for this sale - - 5c. 2 Cases 'l oc. " " " - - 81-2 2 Cases " " " 15c. " . " - - loc. 5 Cases Dress outing,. worth 8c. for, this sale - - 5c. 2 Cases 36in. Percales, worth 10c. " " " - - 61-2c. 5 Peices 1$rkey red table damask, worth 39c. for this sale 23c. 5Peices leached table damask 64 in. wide " " " 25c. 300. Large,white Bed spreads, worth $L50 special - - 98c. 165 '{ ' " " " " $2.00 " - - $149 Mimnaugh Leads in Dress Goods. What a stock...

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. — 12 September 1905

FURTHER REVELATIONS INTO THE DISPENSARY. (Continued from third page.) ent with Mr. Windham, agreed with him. I showed that letter from che state board to the county board and to 'Mr. Windham, and he said he did not tell the board exactly wlhat they said. and Mr. Stansell said so. He said if I wuld leave the letter ith him he . :uid see Mr. Millete anid prepare a r:y. did o andL two dav later go: :he letter rom Mr Stansell with I the statement that they 'had conclud ed :z ay nothing a- all. r. Mil!er tes:fied ab-t hearing of : e drinking 1n the preml tes, and relative to tc conversation with Mr. Gai"iard and wvhat 'Mr. Wkindham said he di not believe was when he asked what Mr. Windham thought. I said: Did he get mad?" He laughed and sa:d: ''No. of course 1he (lidn't get ma? I wouldn't have asked him. but I knew he would take it." He didn't say, though, that he had taken it. He said he would not have made him the offer, but he knew he would take it. Another party came up at that time ...

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. — 12 September 1905

and he appealed to the state board, and litigation followed as to turn ing over his dispensary. He told the board that he would n4t be kicked down by any such board and he told the board he would only be removed legally. He t,old the board he would go to jail before he would turn over his books,. because he needed them Tor his settement. Vith regard to any offer tk _ir. \Vindiam there was no authority for any such uffer. He never authorized Mr. Gailliard or Mr. Reardon to make any offer to any one for his vote and he so told Mr. Wind ham. He had M1i. Reardon make an affidavit that he had not offered Mr. Windham any monev. He had nothing to do with the San ders proposition. Mr. Sanders' name was mentioned as clerk, but the coun tv board elected its own clerk and he had no objection to Mr. Sanders. Mr. Raffield testified further at considerable length to the same gen eral effect. Charges Against Mr. Boykin. Mr. E. D. Smith was dispenser at Mayesville, and clerk here for a while. Mr. L...

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. — 12 September 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. j.Le Movements of Many People, N.wberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mrs. P. C. Gailliard has returned -from a visit to relatives at Pendleton. Miss Pearl Osborne, of Lexington, is visiting Miss Ellie Huiet. Mr. L. W. Jones went over to Cokesbury on Saturday. U. S. Marshal J. D. Adams was in the city yesterday. Mrs. W. E. Merchant, of Jalapa. is visiting her father's famil.: at Green SiIe La'la and Ella \orkman visi:ed Mrs. A. T. Brown the past week. Mss Rubie Miller, of Trenton, is visiting Miss Eunice Abrams in the county. Mr. Otto Klettner returned yesrer day from New York where he had been to purchase his fall goods. Misses Carrie and Margaret Gibson retur1.ed on Saturday from a visit to friends at Rock Hill. Rev. J. E. Beard left yesterday for Harris Lithia Springs to spend a couple weeks. Messrs. Cole L. Blease and Cannon G. Blease returned to Saluda on Mon day. Miss Kat- Hendrix has returned to her home .L Cross Hill after a pleas ant visit to relatives i...

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. — 15 September 1905

VOL. XLII. NO. 112 NEWBERRY. S. C.. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 15, 1905. TWICE A WEEK. $150 YEAR A CALL TO COT TON GROWERS ALL COUNTY ASSOCIATIONS ASKED TO MEET ON i8TH President E. L. Smith of the Cotton Growers' Association, Issues an Important Call for the Purpose of Ascertaining with what Unaniminity the Farmers Will Stand By Action of Southern Cotton Growers' Asso ciation. Columbia, September ii.-Presi dent E. D. Smith, of the Cotton Growers' association, has given this card to the press for publication: In order to get thoroughly in forred as to the spirit of *the people of South Carolina in reference to the a-tual Southern Cotton asociation I call upon every county asociation to meet on next Monday, the i8th in stant, for the purpose of getting an expression of opinion from the mem ber-s of every association in their coun-ty. First, as to the ratification of the action of the convention as to the minimum prce. Second, devise means of mutual assistance in carrying out the aim and purpos...

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. — 15 September 1905

life time. Shesaid she could not have endured to know before hand the ter rible experiences of the war between the States. Her Father's Career. Her father died when she was fif teen. Some things she remembers hearing him tell about. For one she remembers his often saying that he was in seven battles and a great many skirmishes. Of these she mention ed six: Musgrove's Mill, Long Canes, Cowpens, King's Mountain, Eutam Springs and Guilford Court House. Her recollections of what he tolc her about "Blody Bill" Cunningham were very interesting. In a skirmis1 near Bush River between the patriot. and "Cunningham's B-loody Scout' the Tories retreated and Joe Griffir and Yancey Saxon pursued Bloody Bill himself. He narrowly escapei them and ever afterwards held them in especial hatred. When he and hi! men succeeded in surprising practical lv this same band of partriots at Hay'. Station, Cunningham swore with a wicked oath that if there were nc more men left between Heaven and hell he would ha...

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. — 15 September 1905

CHAIRMAN H. H. EVANS. Will Run For Reelection-Tillman's Suggestion That Board Resign Met with Contempt-Mr. Evans says he is Confi dent of Reelection. Augusta Chronicle. Chronicle Bureau, 1209 Main St., Columbia, S. C., Sept. 12.-Chairman H. H. Evans and Director L. W. Boykin of the state board of dispen sary control arrived today for the monthly meeting of the board, but each firmly and emphatically decl:ned to issue any sort of statement for pub lication, and said that no statement would be issued from chem. They said that if Director Towill, who is not yet present, isues a statement it will be in his own behalf. Mr. Evans is in a defiant mood, but beyond giving expression to his contempt for newspapers he would not talk. However, a friend quotes him as bidding defiance to Senator Tillman and all others who have in sinuated against his honesty. "Ben Tilman nor Fraser Lyon nor anybody else better not say Hub Evans stole anything," he is quoted as replying with an oath to The sug ges...

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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. — 15 September 1905

. H. AULL, E.DITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, i9o5. Good Roads. A correspondent of the Gaffnev Ledger, -signing himself Rambler, has the following sensible observations on this important question. He is un doubtedly one of those sensible farm ers who knows a good thing w.hen he sees it. "I think it would be useless to enter into details in regard to advantages and disadvantages, as any thinking man would admit that money invest ed in stone roads would be the best investment that could be made for the benefit of the people living in the rural districts. I think the great trouble with us country people is we need education in regard to the good roads question. As a rul we country people, I believe, think that we pay about all the tax, with, of course some exceptions Now, if we could view the situation as it is we would readily see that we do not pay more than one-third of the tax that goes in the county treasury. If we...

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. — 15 September 1905

THE NEWS OF PROSPERITY. Off To College-The Semi- Centen nial of Grace Church-New Warehouse to be Built. Prosperity. Septembe-r 14. The young people are beginning to go out to the different temples of learning and svill :ry conclusions with the dead as well as the living languageb. Messrs. Thos. Y. an. A. C. Hun-1 ter have gone to Clemson. Ernest Sam Kohn also returned to Clemson this week. Prosperity !has lost one of her citi zens and his family. Mr. J. S. Barre having been appointed assistant P. M. at Johnston, S. C.. has moved to that town. Prosperity's loss is Johnston's gain. We are sory to lose Mr. Barre and his interesting family. Mrs. J. D. Quattlebaum ha, return ed from Asheville and we are glad to see her out driving these nice days. Mr. John A. Nichols and Mr. Tom Mills 'have rented the market which Mr. Barre gave up and will furnish our *city wi-th all the fresh meats of the season. We were pleased to meet Mr. W. I. Herbert on our streets the past week. Mrs. Lizzie DeWalt...

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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. — 15 September 1905

MYTHICAL POT OF GOLD. The Story Told By a Negro in Ches terfield, who Has Engaged De tectives to Hunt for the Al leged Treasure. Charlotte, N. C., September 12. .An iron pot containing $5o,ooo in gold coin, the newest of which was x- years old, was found on the farm .of James Rivers, near Chesterfield, S. -., by .Tyler Teal, a white laborer, and Will Edwards. a negro. while en gaged recently in digging a ditch. The pot was carried to a point two miles away and buried near a creek bank. When, two days later, tne find ers went after The pot it had myste -riously disappeared. The negro charges that the white man .has ap propriated the money and has hidden it from him, while Teal declares that the story is all a joke and no pot was znear:.hed. Edwards sticks to his slory and has produced proofs of.its genuineness. Detective J. D. Evans, who has associated with him one of The best known detectives in the south, who were employed by the negro, and who have since been work ing on the case,...

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. — 15 September 1905

HE DROPPED SIXTY FEET. Back Of Head Crushed in and Bo Hurled Through Metal Ceiling to Marble Floor Below. Columbia, September 12.-Warr Scruggs. Jr., fifteen years of al and the only son of M\r. and M Warren Scruggs. fell from the insi dome of the State capitol to the m, ble floor below and was instani killed. The accident happened about 1 o'clock this morning and was witne, ed only by one or two of the color employees of the building upstai Mr. and Mrs.- Scruggs are old re dents of Columbia. having come he from Fairfield, but some time a. they moved to Augusta. Later, th moved back to Columbia, Mr. Scrug now representing a clothing house. This morning young Scruggs clim ed steep ladder that led to -the top the building with the intention of g ing out on the little enclosure at t top to wri:e his name. .The bo crashed through the metal ceiling a: landed on the stone floor beneath, distance of about sixty feet. He was killed instantly, the back his head being crushed in. Of the f< ...

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 September 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. Te Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Miss Hattie E. Hipp is visiting rel atives in Saluda. Rev, and Mrs. M. J. Epting have .returned to their home in Savannah. Mr. Jacob Ehrhardt, of Ehrhardt, was in the city this. week. Mrs. L. 'W. Jones has returned Zrom a visit to relatives at Cokesbury. Miss Bessie Kibler will leave next week for Limestone college at Gaff ney. Master Joe and Miss Emma Rod .ger have returned from an extended visit to Union. MIss Ethel Bowers has gone .o Rome, Ga., to enter Shorter college at that place. Mr. J. W. Denning has returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in North Carolina. Rev. J. H. Graves of Newberry, was in Greenwood Thursday last.-Green wood Journal. Miss Jennie Mae Haddon is visiting friends and relatives in Newberry. .A. R. Presbyterian. Mr. E. S. Coppock and Mr. and M -s. W. M. Griffin are visiting at Mr. E. M. Evans'. -Jisses Eva and Lucy. Wright have .-returned home from a visit to rela -ti...

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. — 19 September 1905

VOL. Ii a!! Sa. VOL. XLII. NO. 113 NEWBERRY. S. C.. TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 1905. TWICE A WEEK. $1 50 YEAR IARYIE JORDAN SAYS 11INTAIN MINIIUI SOUTHERN COTTON ASSO- ' CIATION. Stand By Your Guns Is Advice to the S Farmers-Or Have A Gtardian f Appointed. President Harvie Jordan says: I The executive committee of the f Southern Cotton association held its r meeting at Asheville, N. C., last week, and the question of fixing a minimum i price of this crop was the matter of I greatest interest of the people and c country at large. The eyes of the whole cotton world were centered on Asheville during the 6th and 7th days p of September. w'hile the executive c committee was in session. C The price finally agreed upon after a long and tedious deliberation was Ii f cents, basis middling, at all interior c points in the south. The condition c of The crop up to August 25th was t, found to be 73.03 per cent, for the ' same period a year ago. The esti- c mated yield of the crop as reported c by ove...

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. — 19 September 1905

c,w n knowledere. yo,,, k%*,1w that i~ your own knOwledge? A. Yes, sir. he fired twice after he fell. Q. Could you see well enough to tell what kind of a gun he had in his hand? A. No. sir. Q. You didn't see any gun around there when you got up there? A. I never went there at all. W. B. Forrest testified: "Friday evening about sundown I was stand ing in front of my brother's store and I heard a pistol fire and I was looking up the other street. I heard a pis tol fire and I turned around and seen Joe Ben Coleman come running to wards thar corner and just as he went to turn the corner he fell. I didn't know then who was doing the shoot ing, I didn't see it. About the time he fell he pulled a -pistol or something I couldn't tell at the distance what it was, but he throwed it down, and that time Blease had run around him. He fell on his left side and Mr. Blease had went over him on the other side and he shot twice." Q. You say Mr. Blease ran over him and got around to his back? A. No, s...

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. — 19 September 1905

NEAR NATURE'S GOD. Col. Bacon Writes Eloquently of the Everlasting Hills-Some Obser vations on Hot Baths for the Rickety Rich. News and Courier. Hot Springs, Va., August 30.-To love beautiful things for th'eir own sake is what makes life a sacra ment and not a speculation. Up here in this beautiful valley and amid these towering mountains, if one does not live too much in the great hotel and :among its scenes of modern luxury and splendor-life may be made an uplifting and a helpful sacrament. We dwell in a large and elegant mansion, and yet, amid these vast pictures, it is but a white and red dot hanging upon the mountain side. The blue mountains rise up into the sky behind it and above it; now they stand out from it, and now they meet back again all around it. These moun tains seem to call to you-,and you may go to them and wvorship them on their extremest heights-them and their God an'. your God. A steep and narow path leads you up. tou are alone. The mountain brooks break into lo...

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. — 19 September 1905

E. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New-: berry, S. C., as second class matter. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1905. There seems to be an educational tidal wave sweeping over the state at this time. All of the colleges and high. schools report an increased in terest and the prospect of large en rolment. At Clemson, where no effort is made to secure students -868 ap plications were tiled by young men who desire to enter that institution. All of these were from South Caro lina except 48 who were from other states. The dormitories will only ac commodate 624 boys when every bed is taken. This is the statement of President Mell. Nearly 2oo South Carolina boys are turned away from this institution this year because there is not dormitory room. The teach ing force and other anpliances are am ple for these other :.,) South Carolina boys who are knocking for admission to this college. They are entitled tc receive its tuition as much as those who are admitted, but when the dor mitories a...

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. — 19 September 1905

HOLD YOUR COTTON SAYS MR. E. D. SMITH PRESIDENT OF ASSOCIATION REVIEWS THE SITUATION. Warehouses Badly Needed-Farmers Advised to Store Their Cotton Now-Ship it to Columbia. Mr. E. D. Smith, state president of the Southern Cotton association. on Saturday gave out an interview in which he said: "I am just back from a trip in the eastern section of the state and I find that all of the cotton is practically open and in some sections gathered. The out turn is far below what was anticipated before picking began. There is no top crop at all, and th? entire picking with the force of hands now available, will, according to the statement of the best posted farmers. be completed entirely by the 15th of October. --Th'e out turn of the lint from the seed is shorter than it has been in years. "I wish to call attention to the farm ers of this state to the government report issued this week, in which it is said 'that there was a deterioration on sandy lands, but that the clay lands were green and g...

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. — 19 September 1905

Suppressed. 'A. B. Williams in Richmond News Leader. Workmen laying a new pavement piled the asphal*c blocks they intend ed to use along the outside of the sidewalk. A few days later they re moved the blocks and the space that had been covered was marked by a fringe of beautiful, fresh, vividly green grass grown up through the crevices between the bricks. In an other few days the grass had disap peared, scorched to death by the heat of the August sun, trampled by many ,heedless feet. The grass had been there all the time and the seeds of it are there, dormant and hidden, now. Guarded and shaded a little from the sun, protected from the trampling feet, ij grew to life and beauty. Ex posed and unprotected, it was burn ed and beaten down. All nature is crowded with para ble:. allegories and lessons, from which we may learn if we will but ob serve and think.a little, and we may find them in the smallest and com monest things that live or grow as in the unmeasured and immeasurable sweep ...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
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