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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 6 October 1905

FIR WEEK TRAINS OYER THE SOUTHER] BIG CROWDS EXPECTED B! PASSENGER DEPARTMENT Instructions Have Been Issued-Spe cial Trains on "Big Days" and Rolling Stock Will be Here in Sufficient Quantity. Mr. Brooks Morgan, assistant gen eral passenger agent of the South ern Railway company, has issued letter of instructons to the transporta tion department in reference to th handling of cars and special train into Columbia, October 23 to 27, in clusive, on account of the State faii The Southern evidently expects thi to be a big fair and is making prepara tions in advance to handle the crowds Following is a copy of Mr. Morgan' letter: Gentlemen: In order that there ma: be no misunderstanding in regard t extra equipment to be provided oi account of the above occasion I bel to advise that as previously requested equipment will be wanted as follows Between Augusta and Columbia trains Nos. 7 and 8, two extra coaches October 24 and 27; four extra coache October 25 and 26. Trains Nos. 133-.arid 134, ...

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. — 6 October 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. e Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mrs. M. L. Spearman has returned from a visit to Augusta, Georgia. Mrs. Herbert Frost, of Columbia, is -Wisiting Mrs. H. B. Wells. Miss Alice West is assisEing the lerk of court in h-is office. Rev. J. B. 'Haigler is on a visit to velatives in the city. A nice rain fell in Newberry Tues day afternoon. Mr. Aumerle Schumpert is spend ing a few days with relatives. Mrs. H. B. Howie of Chester is -isi.1ing her sister, Mrs. J. B. Hunter. Mr., and Mrs. E. H. Lovelace, of Greenville, are visiting at 'Mr. J. B. lWlton's. Miss Alice Cannon -has returned from the mountains of North Caro Aim and is at Mimnaugh's. Miss Talu Langford left on Tues ay for Cheraw where she goes to .each a school. Mlss Janie Matthews, of Newberry, is visiting at :Mrs. Norton's, 201 Hu ger street.-Columbia Record. Miss Myra Mower left on Tuesday for Bryn Mawr near Philadelphia where she will take a post graduate course. She was acc...

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. — 10 October 1905

VOL. XLII. NO. 119 NEWBERRY. S. 0., TUESDAY OCTOBER 10, 1905. TWICE A WEEK, $1 50 YEAR HOLD TIGHT SAYS JORDAN PRESIDENT COTTON GROW ERS ISSUES AN APPEAL. He Says That if Farmers Will Stand Firm Two Weeks They Will Win Fight-Refers to Col. Peters in Withering Words, De scrbes him as Traitor to the South. Atlanta, Ga., October 6.-President Harvie Jondan, of .the Southern Cot ton association, today issued an open letter to the farmers of -the south, in w1hich he urges them 'to hold -their ctton for at least two weeks. He states that if the farmers of the south stand together 'for two .weeks and hold their cotton they will win the fight against those who are endeavoring to depress the price of t*Ie staple. In his letter Presidenit Jordan -re f ers to thle advice of former Vice-Presi dent Peters, of Texas, to sell cotton. He reminds .the farmers -of the south of the fact -th'at the resignation of Mr. Peters as vice president of the South ern Cotton association was demand ed by the execut...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 10 October 1905

GENERAL NEWS NOTES Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Throughout the 'World. A new $10 counterfeit note has been 'discovered. The money situation in Berlin has been itightened by excessive specula tion. An alleged plot to create a Boer republic has been uncovered in Ger man South)west Africa. Fellow-passengers of Gen. Jose Mi guel Gomez, who arrived in New York suspect he is on a secret mIs sion. A receiver was appointed for E. I. Riosenfield, general manager of the Western Life Indemnity company. Emperor Francis Joseph deferred answering a Hungarian delegation on a question of universal suffrage. Joseph Ramsey, Jr., has applied for an injunction to restrain the annual election of .the Wabash railroad stock holders. An explosion of gas under the county commissioners' office at Cin cinnati, 0., killed George Zimmerman and Russell Blair, clerks. Generals Chaffee and Crozier were declared the weekly bank statement 'guests aT a lundieon given by Lord Mayor Pound, of London. The U...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 10 October 1905

ITH. HI Is Better Fixed To D< Sound Busiqess Reasi ing is like plowing, you've got to leari no young kid with my first little stock prices lower than the little fellow evei believe you'll go back and tell your fr . . . Ladies Sk These skirts are the bigge values in any Newberry Stor they are all wool. Man-tailor< well made, and latest cul they are worth $1.50 to $4.0 the special price on these f' this week, is 98c., $1.49, $1 . and $2.49. Ladies' fine skir worth $6.50 to $8.50, sped for this weck, $4.98. Be c hand and get your size. DryuGoods "Snaps." Under Priced for Quick Selling. 60 pieces yard wide Percales, the 8 1-2c. kind, for 6 1-4c. yd. 125 pieces fast color Calicoes, the 5c. kind, for 4e. yd. 20pieces fast color Calicoes, the 6 1-2c. kind, for 5c. yd. 25eees heaviest A. C. A. Feather ticking for 12 1-2c. yd. 40'pieces good mattress ticking, worth double, 5c. yd. 10Wp2eces good heavy Oating worth 6 1-2c., special 4c. yd. 100. good heavy Outing, worth 8 1-2c., special ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 10 October 1905

S. H. AULL,SRDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. TUESDAY, OCTOBER io, 1905. The Crucial Test This is the time for the farmers to stand to the rack. Cotton went !bebow ten cents last week. The South ern CoEton association has fixed the aninimum price at eleven cents and practically all of the ,subordinate or ganizations have adopted and en dorsed this action, and all of the farmers had about made up their minds before this action not to mar ket their cortton for less th'an ten cents per pound. Now is the time for the farmers to say by their action whether .they will be free or not. If-they do not stand the test now they need never try to organize again. They have the situa .tion in thieir own hands. Last spring with a fourteen. mi-lli6n bale crop they forced the price from six and seven cents up to ten. With a smaller crop now -it will only take a little uniced effort on the part of the farmer to -keep it. above ten cents. We want to see t(hi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 10 October 1905

AGAIN HIS WY 0 Bar gai Of BorgainLovers T Last week.was a record-breal Goods, Shoes, Clothing and G in a week. 'Tis easy for you brought us new customeas fa this week to the greatest cut r and Gents' Furnishings ever ( Our low prices are talked t Some merphants say cotton i 000 stock of Dry Goods, Dr( cheaper than ever boughf- bel click on the manufacture an heard of before. Clothing! Clothing!! The tables groan beneath the weight of thousands of the new creations of the cloth'es makers' art, Strauss Bros., Feichheimer ,& Feisbel, Snellingberg, Mrs. Jane Hopkins and many others are here piled away high up, come to the feast,'such values were never offered before. Se'e our $10 00 Suits. They have captured buyers through.out the Carolinas, thousands of suits to suit the the 'young men and the school boys. Fathers, sons, come one, come all to this great cloth ing 4ffering. Shoes! Shoes!! Shoes!!! The recognized Shoe House of the Palmetto State. Solid leather shoes, good shoes to su...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 10 October 1905

A BATTLE FLAGS STORY. 1Iow the Students of Limestone Re ceived it--HOw the Gallant Pal metto Sharpshooters Defend ed the Eever-Loved Ban ner of the Confederacy. Spartanburg Spartan. Several companies of the Palmetto Sharpshooters were from Spartanburg -<county. About 'May, 1863, Prof W. L. JOhinson, of Gaffney, received a fur Jough to come to his home at Lime 'stone Springs. His father, Prof. M. S. Johnson, was a music teacher in Dr. Curtis' school. The son came down from the north just as hostilities were beginning, or after they had begun, -and althiough quite young he joined the Confederate service., When 'he -received the furlough Col. Joseph 'Walker turned over the battle flag of 1the regiment, which had been torn :and shot into strings and asked him 'to bring it to his home and place in 20re care of Mr. Alax Wingo. He -reached Limestone with dhe flag just :as the school was having an entertain 'ment. A pupil wrote an account of t entertainment and' the part the flag took in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 10 October 1905

ASK FOR AN INSTITUTE. And Clemson Will Furnish an Ob ject Lesson. The following extracts from a let ter received from Mr. J. N. Harper, will give an idea of the value of County Farmers' Institutes: 'The Southern railway has granted 'to Clemson College the use of a car for Farmers' Institute work. The college is going to have this car fit ted up with all of the latest appli ances for making butter and -the most improved methods of handling milk. If -the farmers wish it and will fur nish the milk, they can see these utensils put in practical use in sep arating the milk, ,ripening and churn ing the cream, etc. In this car, we will have samples of about 26 varie ties of corn and will lecture -on Those varieties that are best adapted to southern soils. We will have about 30 varieties of the most -improved types of cotton. IVe will also have on exhibition those insects that are ,injurious to Iite field and garden products with the insecticides to be used in destroying and eradicating thes...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 10 October 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. .The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Miss Nettie Mloore, of Columbia, is wisiting friends in the city. Mr. G. F. Wearn -is in the city. Miss Lil Fair, of Cokesbiury, is vis .iting. Miss Neville Pope. Mrs. Wm. -Jo1inson is expected to -return from Baltimore today. Mr. Ralph Mills, of Kinards, spent -Saturday and Sunday -in the city. Mrs. M. A. Stoddard is visiting friends at Westminster, S. C. Mrs. T. C. Pool and Miss Azile Pool left yesterday for Atlanta to spend a few days. Summer Bros. are offering some rare bargains in all lines just to keep :things lively for a few days. -Hair and Havird call your atten tion to some attractive values in their line. Mr. and Mrs. 'A. T. Derrick, of Sa .luda county, visited his brother, Mr. 3. A. Derrick at Mollohon last week. Rowland G. Spearman. manager I Soutihlern Bell Telephone and Tele graph company left yesterday/ for Clinton on important business. M-iss Claribel Whiteside, of Char otte, a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 13 October 1905

VOL. XLII. NO. 120 NEWBERRY. S. C.. FRIDAY OCTOBER 13, 1905. TWICE A WEEK. $1.50 YEAR YIELD OF COTTON CROP FOR 1904-5 SUGGESTIVE BULLETIN OF THE CENSUS BUREAU. Total Yield Nearly Fourteen and A Half Million Bales-Two-Thirds Exported, Other Third Manu factured in United States The .Crop has Doubed in Last Twenty Five Years. Washington, D. C., October 9. 'The census bureau today issued a bulletin showing the production and distribution of the cotton of the Unit ed States available between Septem ber i, 1904,. and September 1, 1905, to be 14,455,994 bales. Of this 61 per cent was exported, 30 per cent was used in domestic consumption, leav ing a surplus of 9 per cent. The do mes-tic consumption includes 36,776 bales des-croyed by fire. The exportation amounted to 8, 834,929 bales, the domestic consump tion 4,315,756, and ihe surplus 1,305, 309. Qf the total, 13,693,279 bales were included in the crop of 19o4 and the remainder in that of 1905. Of the quantity consumed in the Uniced Stat...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 13 October 1905

G1ENERAL NEWS NOTES. Itms of More o,r Less Interest Cot densed Throughout the World. Robert Gardiner, a prisoner in ti county jail in Chicago, charged wi1 murder of Agnes Morrison, may e cape death penalty for the reason thi he is suffering from ossification the vertebrae, and .tissues of the nec and -his neck cannot be broken. H attorney startled the court by turnir -to assistan state's attorney, and sa; ing, "This is a case where it won't < you any good .to ask for the deat penalty. They cannot break the man neck, if t1hey do try to hang him ar we may lose him altogether by hanj ing him, and failing to execute t sentence -in full." Presidenc Roosevelt held ' a coi ference on Monday with the athlet advisors of several colleges for t1 purpose of considering with them ti morale of the game of football with view to eliminate more of its brutal ty if possble. No defnte conclusor were reached, the idea of the pres denfc being simply to start the ba rolling in the direction of a modif...

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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. — 13 October 1905

DO MEN EXCEL INJ.ITCHEN? Some Reasons are Given by the Chef of the Carlton Hotel, London, to Prove that Cooks of the Masculine Gender Know their Business Better than their Sisters. Cooking -is undoubtedly a fine art, and an accomplished chef is as much of an artist in his particular branch of work as a painter or a sculptor. There is as much difference be tween good cooking and bad as be tween a symphony performed by a great master on a first-class instru ment and a so-called melody played by some out of tune barrel organ. There is absolutely no question as to who makes the better cook-a man or a Woman. If man did not excel, why should all the chief 'hotels and restaurants of both British and 'Con tinental cities place a man at tihe head of their culinary dep-artemnts? Women hold equally good positions in most vocations as -men now, but a 'female chef, a woman "boss," as you English say, idoes not reign in any large kitchen, says Mons A Escoffer, - chef of the Carhon Hotel, London, ...

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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. — 13 October 1905

JC. H. Aur.L,EFDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New bery, S. C., as second class matter. To Stop Shortages. The governor and the comptroller general are trying to devise some plan to recommend to the legislature for enactment into law whereby there will be more efficiency and less care lessness in ;the ohandling of public funds. Certainly -there is need that something be done. We cannot be lieve that the many shortages are the result of intentional wrong doing but ratier the result of carelessness or in efficiency or the system of bookkeep ing which is used in our county offices, Under the present system we believe it is possible to bring almost any county treasurer out short, however, honest he may be, unless he was there to explain every entry. The plan of having auditors and treasurers taken out of the primary will not be -of much avail. If we had some sort of civil service examination and allow only those.who are compe tent to enter for the positions it would be a long step '...

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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. — 13 October 1905

A BIG SALE OF LOTS. p Some Desirable Building Lots to be Sold at Auction by Newberry Real Estate Company. The Newberry Real EsEate compa ny some two years ago purchased from Hon. Geo. S. Mower the L. J. Jones place, one of the handsomest pieces of property about the city. This company at once set about opening streets and boulevards and dividing it up into lots. These streets are from 4o to 70 feet wide and have been *turned over to the city and planted with trees, some 1,ooo, all of which are growing. The streets are not given the attention they should have by the city but it is presumed that as res idences are built .this will not be the case. Some ten dwellings have already been erected and more to follow. Only the o6er day Mr. Henry Sligh purchased 23 acres just beyond the corporate limits and -has commenced building a house. Mr. B. J. Livings ton has bought ten acres just outside the city and will build two dwellings -between now and January 1st. Mr. Gus Summer, and J. B. Hunte...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 13 October 1905

AN EFFORT TO STOP GRAFT. It Is A Most PerDlexing Problem The Governor and Comptroller General Trying to Hit Upon A Plan. Columbia, October io.-How to perfect a system of county govern ment with such a uniform and scien itific sys7tem of bookkeeping and checking and counterchecking and su pervision as will make grafting so dif ficult and hazardous as to almost en tirely eliminate this evil and do away .with 'he costly blundering mess into whi-ch many county accounts have lapsed by reason of carelessness and negligence, is a problem that is puz zling Governor Heyward, Comptroll ed General Jones and others wi' spe cial force just niow. The comptroller general is co'nfident that if he could persuade the legislature to carry out his recommendations that the problem wouid be solved. There is good reason to believe that the situation would at least be greatly improved. He fiesitates as does Governor Heyward, to advocate taking &e offices of ooun ty auditor and county treasurer out of l...

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. — 13 October 1905

History Of The Remarkable Greene And Gaynor Case. The arrival of John F. Gaynor and Captain Benjamin D. Greene in Sa vannab makes the story of their al leged crime of general interest. The events leading up to the present, as related some time ago by James Creel man in the New York World follow: On April 24, 1888, Captain Oberlin M. Carter of the United States corps of engineers, 'Eook c!harge of the im provement of rivers and harbors at Savannah, Georgia, for which work millions of dollars had been appropri ated. He so managed matters that the Atlantic Construction company, con sisting of Joh-n F. Gaynor, Captain Greene and E. H. and W. T. Gaynor got control of the contract. In May, 1887, Capcain Carter was appointed military attache of the United States '.legation in London against his protest. Captain Gillette, .the engineer officer appointed to suc ceed him in charge of the Savannah improvementEs, charged Captain Car ter with a cohspiracy to defraud the government in connection ...

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. — 13 October 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. ' The Movements of Many People, F Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Miss Seay, of Columbia, is visiting Miss Carrie Jone in Calhoun street. C Mr. G. F. Wearn, after spending a p few days with us, left Wednesday. 0 Mr. J. D. Cappellman, Jr.. will be p with A. C. Jones on Saturday. q Co1. C. J. Purcell has returned from tl Philadelphia. k Miss Rebecca Harmon leaves soon tl for Chester where she will spend some ti time with fher relatives. o Mr. J. Stewart Land, of Columbia, spent a few days' in town this week. ..n Congressan Wyatt Aiken is in town it and will remain wittht us for a few t days. ti Daniels and Williamson have a 3 very large stock of beautiful jewelry a iand cut glass. Mr. Ben -M. Setzler, president of L the Pomaria Oil mill, spent a few a hours in town yesterday. Ir Mr. J. H. Johnson, of Chappells, lnd Mr. Geo. W. Reid, of Old Town, fi spent Wldnesday night in the city. P Rev. Jas. A. B. Scherer will preach t( at t&e Lutheran dh.urch of the ...

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. — 17 October 1905

VOL. XLII. NO. 121 NEWBERRY. S. C.. TUESDAY OCTOBER 17, 1905. TWICE A WEEK. $150 YEAR WAR ON THE MOSQUITO. Cause of Malaria and Yellow Fever How they Propagate-Interest ing Lecture by Dr. W. G. Houseal. Everybody would be delighted to be rid of the m6squito. How to be rid of him !has long been the puzzling question. Dr. Houseal says it should be made a misdemeanor for anyone to have the pestiferous little singer on his premises. That it causes the ma laria which is prevalent in many sec tions and is generally a very danger ous thing not to speak of the annoy ance which it gives those who want to sleep. We prin't below a full re -port of a lecture delivered by Dr. Houseal before the student body of Newbery college on last Thursday morning on the mosquito. -It is an -interesting exegesis of the history, life and habits of the mosquito and we. feel sure it will be read with in terest. Dr. Houseal said in part: It is now known that mosquitoes are culpable in spreading several dis eases,...

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. — 17 October 1905

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Throughout the World. The Phillipine-government has com pleted the purchase of the friar lands. Rhode Island democrats nominated ex-Governor L. F. C. Garvin for gov ernor. French army engineers made a suc cessful test of the Lebaudy dirigi ble balloon. New York republicans will name William M. Ivins, former city cham berlain for mayor. Former Chief Justice Edward M. Paxson, of the Pennslyvania supreme court, is dead, aged 8i years. Tokio's welcome to Vice-Admiral Noel and his British sailors was one of the greatest scenes ever witnessed. The German troops in Southwest Africa suffered another serious re verse at the hands of the Hottentots. The navy department has allotted only $Y,ooo for the entertainment of the officers and men of the British cruiser squadron. The Frenobi ambassador at Wash ington States that the attitude of France towards Venezuela is one of I patience, but also of firmness. Their commander-in-chief has...

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