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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 29 September 1905

"ROSH HASHONAH." September 30 is the Jewish N Year's Day. With the setting of the sun September 30 the Jewish year 51 will be welcomed by the faithful Je the world over, and a cycle of solei festivity will be begun, which v lar, with slight interruption, for w4o*e month. The month ofTis is given o,er by the Jews almost co pletely to ceremonies connected w :he synagogue. The first day of I month is the new year. and there scarcely a spot on the ci;ilized gic where ten adults can be found which prayers will not be held. New Year's Day is looked up by :he Jews with peculiar venerati< and 'the method of observance is v( unlike that of their Christian neic bore. It is a day given up to prai and the ritual of the synagog and this occasion is of the m< solemn character. This festival known by several names: First, the Day of Memorial, a day, that iS say. in which the Jew is exhort to call to memory his deeds duri the past year, with a view of amer ment in the days 'Ehat are to cor It...

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 September 1905

3. X. AULL,SDrrOl. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1905. The sewerage at 'the southern de pot should not be emptied into the branch and neither should that from the Newberry mill. We understand that the board of health now has the matter of the sewerage up with Pres ident Wright and it is probable an arrangement will be made satisfac -tory to all concerned. Certainly it would not be difficult for the South ern to connect with the city sewerage. In fact no sewer should be emptied into the creek in the heart of the city. According to the statement pub lished by Mr. August Kohn in the News and Courier the losses at the Union and Buffalo co-tton mills are nearly $3,ooo,ooo. Mr. Kohn was sent to Union by the News and Cour ier to write up the situation if 'there was a situation. He states that the losses in cotton futures by Mr. T. C. Duncan were about $700,000 or be tween that figure ard one million dol lars. The pror .. of the...

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. — 29 September 1905

THE COTTON ASSOCIATION. To Be Strong is to Have Capital-The Farmers Should Otganize-Now Is the Time to Act. Editor of The Herald and News: -The word trus-t may irritate your minds, but when justly-operaited it is a blessing, for in it is unity, and in unity ii power. I wish to say here that we do no't choose to limit the Cotton Trust to a few rich men only. No! we detest that, but we wish to iave, not a few, not half, but all-the whole number, every farmer fall in union with that organization that liberates him from the curse of slavery. Let every farmer yiel-d freely to the move that makes him free; and may he realize that the day is coming when he shall be no longer classed as an ignorant and un.jr ganized people. Yea, may the farmer lift up his head in pride and keep pace with the organized world. Dear friends. I am sorry to say 'rhat the Cotton Trust (or Association you may choose to term it) at - ;es ent is an infant, weak, without.- -er. The price that has been agree%A apon is...

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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. — 29 September 1905

THE GIRL AND THE GOWN. Had Good Clothes But Couldn't De cline Verb "To Be." Rev. Dr. J. W. Daniel in Southern Christian Advocate. She was a very attractive girl, and wore beautiful gowns, and was really very winning in her ways; I knew ler well and never saw her poorly dressed. Her gowns were of good -,aterial and well made by a profes sional dressmaker, for her father was wAell-to-do. I have been in her home, and can- testify to the fact that the parlor was beautifully furnished: but she never did say anything that im aressed me; and yet she talked a great deal-just her gowns impressed me. A friend of mine *)ecame very much infatuated with her, told me, indeed, . that he was beginning *to love her; G -and I congratulated him, for she was -pretty. After paying her very mark- 0 ,ed attention for several months little love epistles 'began to pass between tz them. She was planning a lit*cle trip -off; I knew of it; but I had observed that she did not go. I also thought y I discovered t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 29 September 1905

BETTERING FARM LIFE. Should Not be Called all Work and Drudgery-Farmers Should Make Homes Comfortable and Pleasant. Prof. Kairns, in Knoxville Sentinel. Farm life should not all be work and drudgery. That is where many of us make a great mistake. There should be some time for relaxation and enjoyment. The farm home should be the freest, happiest place on earth. It should not be 'a mere house to live in. It should be a place of culture and refinement-a place for books and pictures, and music and even art. You say it takes money to have all these things. Yes, it takes some money, but not necessarily a great deal. Boks are cheap in this won 'derful age of printing. A bound vol ume of classical literature may be had for ten cents. Mechanically it is not much of a book, and it is not copyrighted, to be sure, but the great thoughts of the author are there just the same. And some of the best copy right books are sold for 25 cents in special editions, or in paper covers. A good magazine can...

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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. — 29 September 1905

* PURELY PERSONAL. 7he Movements of Many PeopI Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. lMrs. XV. P. Meadows. of Old Tow is visiting Mrs. C. J. Purcell. Miss Freddie Banks has gone 1 -Chester to attend a training scho for nurses. Col. W. H. Hunt is i, Spartanbur an professional business. Miss Ida Epting left on Wedne day for Columbia to enter the C< lumbia college. Hon. G(->. S. Mower came up la: week and met the pupils of Erskir and sat at the "receipt of custom.- H will return in about two weeks.-A. I P:es-yterian. Magistrate W. F. Suber and h daughrer. Miss Louise Suber. left ye terday for Anderson and Ocon< * rounties on an extended visit to re atives. Mrs. C. M. Boyd. accompanied Kc Mr. Boyd on his visit to Due We . last week. Mrs. Boyd attended t! opening at the D. W. F. C. She w; a former member of the faculty an loves the college and delights in 1' success.-A. R. Presbyterian. Mr. C. C. Langston. secretary Sour Carolina Press association. spei Wednesday night in Ne...

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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. — 3 October 1905

VOL. XLII. NO. 117 NEWBERRY., S. C.. TUESDAY OCTOBER 3, 1905. TWICE A WEEK, $150 YEAR TO ENFORCE PROHIBITION taw and Order League to be Orgai ized-Committees Appointed Another Meeting to be Held In Two Weeks. In response to the call which w issued by Mr. W. I. Heribert a mee ing was.-held in the court house ye terday looking to forming a law ar or<der league in Newberry, the ma purpose of which is the suppression < blind tigers. Mr. R. T. C. Hunter was elect< president and Mr. W. H. Walla< secretary. The- president explained the 6 ject of the meeting to be the enforc ment of law. It was the duty of a good citizens to obey and enforce a laws, but as we had just voted out ti dispensary we should be especial: zealous in our eforts to enforce tl law. Mr. A. C. Jones and Mr. A. H. Kof and Rev. W. L. Seabrook spoke favor of organization. Rev. J. A. Slig wasalso in favor of organization but order to acomplish anything you mu interest every good eitizen. Dr. Geo. B. Cromer also ...

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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. — 3 October 1905

WHy jA"AN ;W AS VICtORIOUS. Lower Mortality From Dsease Than Any Army Which Has Faced a Foe-Perfect Sanitation and Well Equipped Ho6pitals. Detriot, Michigan, September 28. Major Louis L. Seaman, of New York was the central figure today at the convention of Military Surgeons of the United States, when he made an swer to the criticisms of his utterance made last Tuesday by Surgeon Chas. F. Stokes of the United States navy and followed with a paper on "The Real Triumph of Japan" or "The Conquest of the Silent Foe," in which -he -reiteraxed many of his former statements and lauded the Japanese government for its conduct of the san itary and thygenic phase of the late war. Two executive sessions of the convention were held during the fore noon, at which it was said by mem bers certain utterances attributed to Dr. Seaman in an interview in an evening paper h-ere last night were considered. Dr. 'Seaman was quoted in the interview as saying that a cele brated American woman physician was r...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 3 October 1905

TO BUILD BIG COTTON MILL. Mr. Win. Coleman, Chief Promoter. Mr. J. K. S. Ray Also Interested. Mr. William Coleman and Mr. J. K. S. Ray, both of whom are old Wof ford boys, well known and liked here, are making such a fine success of the big Glenn-Lowry mill at Whitmire and the Whitmire National bank, etc., .are to 'be officers in a big cotton mill to be erected at Fayetteville, N. C. A Fayetteville dispatch says: The Flora Cotton Mill company, al ready chartered, will build soon, a site having been purchased southwest -of the city. The capital is $4oo,ooo, the common stock being $2oo,ooo and the preferred stock at 7 per cent. of $20,00o. Mr. William Coleman, of the Glenn-Lowry mills, at Whitmire, 'S. C., is one of the chief promoters. The president is Dr. H. W. Lilly, prcsident of the Bank of Fayetteville; W, D. McNeil, general manager and J. K. S. Ray treasurer. The mill will use chiefly power from the Cape Fear Electric Power company.-,Spartan burg Herald. We are glad to note the ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 3 October 1905

E.H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1905 Cotton Wls And Speculation. This business of cotton mills losinj money in cotton futures is a seriou -thing. Surely it is not a commol practice. We hear of it only when bii 3osses occur and mill properties ar( pushed close to bankruptcy by it Why should a cotton mill speculatt in cotton? The function of a factor: is to manufacture, to own real estate build a mill, equip it with machinery employ help, buy cotton and mak it inco cloth or yarn. If a company of people wish t< speculate there is no use building : factory. They might just put thei anoney together and speculate and d< nothing else. Then everybody wh( subscribed in the concern would knov the risk he was running and, if th venture resulted in loss. nobod: -would be surprised. But a cot-on mil -has no business speculating in cot ton futures. The directors or official who authorize it are taking an unwar ran...

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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. — 3 October 1905

CALLED TO AUGUSTA. Rev. M. M. Kinard, D. D., Now of Knoxville, Formerly of Columbia. Rev. Dr. M. M. Kinard. wife and daughter of Knoxville. Tenn.. who have been on a visit to friends in this city, leave this morning for their I home. Dr. Kinard was pastor of Ebenezer Lutheran church of this 1 city for sixteen and a half years. He has been pastor of SE. Johns Lu-he-an church, Knoxville, for 2 1-2 1 years and has now been unanimously called to become pastor of Holy Trin ity Lutheran church of Augusta, Ga. Dr. Kinard has not yet .decided wheth- 1 er he will accept.-Columbia State. 1 Dr. Kinard is a native of Newberry and an alumnus of Newberry college and his friends in this county would t be delighted to have him come to 1 August<a for he would be nearer to them. t Dr. Leavell at Presbyterian Church. The services last Sunday at Ave- I leigh Presbyterian church were en joyable and were heartily appreciated. i In the morning services the sacre In The morning services the sacra- 1 bra...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 3 October 1905

WHAT MEN AIRZ WORTH. W,%hat Japan Saved by Stopping the War and What the South Lost In Its Men. .Manufacturers' Record. Suggesting that one potent factor -in bringing Japan to a peace treaty is the economic value of men that ,anight have been killed or permanent -Jy disabled in a continuation of the war, The Boscon Herald says: In this country the average man, Af capitalibed according to his earn ings capacity, would be worth at 3east $1o,ooo. He is worth that to rimelf, and probably much more to -the community, both- in whac he -spends and in what he produces, his production having value considerable an excess of his wages." The Herald estimates that, by rea son oi low wages in his country, a Japanese is worth about one-half of an American economically, and says that a comtinuarion of the war to en force the payment of indemnity would have meant the loss of at least loo,ooo iiefr to Japan and the conse quent taking of $5oo,ooo,ooo from the national assets The .Manufaccurers' Record...

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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. — 3 October 1905

TO REMAIN AT CLINTON. Board of Trustees Decide Not t< Move Presbyterian College Vote Almost Unanimous. The trustees of the Presbyteriai collge of South Carolina have decid ed that the college will remain a Clinton. This determination wa reached says tne State of Saturda, after a great deal of deliberation, bu -t is understood that the action of th board was well nigh unanimous, al though the bid of rhe city of Ches ter did receive some votes. It couli not be learned exactly how the votl stood. !Clinton has been the home of th college ever since its establishmen by Dr. Jacobs and his assistants abou twenty-five years ago. A few year .igo an effort was made to get th synod of South Carolina interested ii the college, and the charer was trar ferred by act o; the legislature to . board of trustees e::ted by the sever al presbyreries of the syno-d in addi tion to the three alumni trustees But in exchanging the college fron one board of management to anothei the title to the real estat...

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. — 3 October 1905

FORMAL OPENING. The Enrollment the Largest Yet Addresses By Ministers of the City and Othe-rs. The formal opening of Newberry college was had in the magnificent auditorium at the college on Friday. The pastors of the various churches in the city were present by invitation and made addresses of welcome and gave the students some advice. This editor has not missed an opening of the college with possibly one or two exceptions for the past 28 years. 'First in the chapel in the old build ing, when ic was the only building on the campus, a-nd one time in the hall over the furniture store of Kib ler, Dennis and Co., and then in the c&apel in the Keller Memorial, and now in the beautiful auditorium of MHolland hall. We were there when Dr. Holland and Prof. Arrignton were ,delighted if the enrollment reached 75. The college has grown. Every -one is delighted at its growch. All institutions of learning in the state -i the past few years have been pros pering. The people are more able to e...

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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. — 6 October 1905

OLXIN1NWR.FR VOL. XLII. NO. 118 NEWBERRY. S. C., FRIDAY OCTOBER i, 1905.4WC EK 10YA T. C. DUNCAN ELECT-. ED AND RESIGN E. W.' ROBERTSON ELECTE] PRESIDENT UNION MILLS. Report of Committee Says Outstanc ing Indebtedness of Mills $691, ooo Above Value of Prop erty-New Board Elec ted. News and Courier. Union, October 4.-The adjourne meeting of the stbckholders of th Union 'Cotton mills was called to or der at io o'clock this morning b President Duncan. The report of th committee appointed yesterday to ex amine -the report of the accountant was submitted. This report estimate the present value of the mill plant t be nearly half a rgillion more than th original cost of the plant, which wa the -basis of the value placed upon th property by the experts, they taking i from the construction account on th books. According to the books, as re ported by the committee, there wa! including debts and stocks, in oul standing indebtedness in excess of th acc&ntant's valuation of property o $69o,o...

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. — 6 October 1905

ONE IAN CAPTURES SIX HUNDREI DARING FEAT OF J. B. LYLES OF GEN. BRATTON'S STAFF. Gen. Bratton, in Telling the Story Describes the Deed "the Most Conspicuous Feat of Valor and Skill, that Came Within my Knowledge Personally Dur ing the War of Secess cession." The Sunday News. I have just come into possessior of a copy of an account written b3 Brig. Gen. John Bratton, of what hi characterizes as the most conspicuou! feat of personal valor and skill thal came within his knowledge. Gen Bratton's conspicuously activ< and gallant military service to th< Confederacy, from Sumter to Appo mattox, and from private to briga dier general, and his high. reputatior throughout South Carolina for pa triotism and accuracy in statement give peculiar interest and value to thi paper. The hero of the incident related i. Captain Joseph Banks Lyles, now re siding in Caddo, Indian Territory He was born in 1829 near Winnsboro S. C., graduated A. B. from Soutl Carolina college in 1856, and has de voted...

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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. — 6 October 1905

II LOOKS LIKE IT IS FOUR MILLION ALLEGED INDEBTEDNESS OF UNION AND BUFFALO MILLS Reported that Certain Men Largely Interested in the Mills Asked Mr. Duncan to Resign, he Re fused-Mill's Loss this year $I,ioo,ooo-Mr. Duncan's Personal Debt to Mills $480,000. News and Courier. Union, October 3.-The meeting of the stockholders of the Union and Buffalo Cotton mills, which has been so eagerly looked forward to by every one in this community, was held to day in-the office of the Union Cotton mills. There were present not only stockholders, bu- creditors and attor neys for creditors from New York, Baltimore, Richmond, Charleston, Columbia, Charlotte, Spartanburg, Augusta and other points. The hour set for the meeting was 12 o'clock to day, but after those assembled had -waited for forty-five minutes for his appearance, President T. C. Duncan walked into the room and announced that the meting was adjourned till 3 o'clock p. ns, and the assembly dis persed. At an earlier hour, if seemingly r...

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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. — 6 October 1905

So Akfalt and fwl Z. H. AULL, ZITR. Entered at the Postoffice at Nevu berry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6,go5. First Principles. We are glad of a recent editoria paragraph in the Observer becaus it has given the Danville Bee occa sion to give forth a brief but com prehensive statement of the princi pies which form the basis upon whic the democratic party was foundec Note the quotation: "The Federal government shoul, not be asked to do anything for th states which they may do as well fo themselves, and ithe states should nc be asked to do for the people any thing that they may do as well or bel ter for themselves. This is a princi ple which, we believe, it is safe t tie to in a government like ours. I there was a more decided disspositio to be guided by it, we would be les governed as a people than we are nov There would be less clamor for mea ures which s'hould never be enacted. I - generally conceded that we wer govrned too much and the excess c government is of...

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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. — 6 October 1905

THE NEWS OF PROSPERITY. Organization of Sons and Daughters Company G-Pastor Kreps Well Received and Other wise. Prosperity, Octaber 5.-Chairman Hunter showed us a letter from Hon. Frank H. Weston regretting that President Smith was not at Newberry on Monday. There is something strange in the way Mr. Smith treats Newberry county. This is the second time that he has had appointments to speak in Newberry and failed to keep th'em or give any explanation why he did not come. The State of Monday said that Smith was in Columbia on his way to Newberry, but he never ar rived. Mr. Weston regrets the situa tion and said had he known it he would have come himself and prom ises to come ,ater. There will be an other meeting of the Cotton Grow-' ers asocsiation on October 28th. Cecil Wyche has returned to his studies at the Citadel. The Farmers 'Mutual association of Jolly Street will meet at the DeWait quarter building October 6th. All members are requested to be present for the tranisaction of i...

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. — 6 October 1905

]BACK TO HIS FIRST LOVE. Caustic Comment on the Lapse of an Educated African Missionary. Memphis Scimitar. David Flickenger Wilberforce Phoebus, what a name for a niggert -of South Africa, was educated in this coutnry so that he might return home and teach the heathen, who in his blindness, bows down to wood and stone, in his native country, the -way and che light. He returned home all right, returned to paganism and cannibalism, and feasted on the bris ket, porterhouse, and juicy flank steaks of such white travelers or mis sionaries as he could lay hands on, and the enemies of his tribe, when taken, were treated after the manner described by Robinson Crusoe. Cannibalism is revolting, of course, but it was bred in the bone of David Flickenger Wilberforce and it must come out in the flesh. The little veneer smeared over him by the schools of America was scarce more than a varnish. It gave the appear ance of civilIzation, but it was a mere ambush behind which the savage lurked. You ca...

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