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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 17 October 1905

...FolloN Newberr Search the town from the you find a stock of mercha quickly supply your wants, this great bargain center. lar favor that rushes to thi if you can, that has turned The Big Bargaiq Whei AT 9 O'CLOCK ! Mimnaugh's Quick 5 It's the spirit behind the gun that does the work. Any Tom, Dick or Harry can tell you they cg Mimnaugh, but why don't they do it? 36 in. Percales, new fall styles, other stores chai price 6c. yd. 36 in. good, heavy Sea Island, other stores cha price 5c. yd. Good heavy Outing, fall styles, other stores charl price 4 1-2c. 54 in. Broadcloth, all shades and black, other si naugh's price 45c. yd. Table Oil Cloth, other stores charge 25c., Mimns 40 in. Newberry Mills Homespun, other stor' naugh's price 6 1-4c. yd. 30 in. Newberry Mills Drill, other stores chart price 6 1 -4c. yd. Heavy Canton Flannel, other stores charge 1 5c., 19 Good Calicoes, other stores charge you 5c., Miff The big' store is literally packed with goods fr< b,ack, both floors. The ...

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. — 17 October 1905

H. H. AULL. FDTTOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. TUESDAY, OCTOBER U7, 1905. The City Beautiful. Mayor Speer of Denver has made some suggestions to his people, which are issued in the form of a procla mation, urging them to clean the foul places and Eo assist in the movement for the City Beautiful. Every town has its unsightly and its unseemly things which mar and blot and spoil the picture. We have them here in Greenville, and we have people who 'have worked faithfully in the past to be rid of Them. Mayor Speer has fixed one day in each year for a gener al household cleaning. We are told that 'Ehe results were marvelous. The citizens, taking hold of the sugges tion, went to work with a will, and lawns were cleaned, shade trees were trimmed, houses .painted, fences re paired, and, in fact, a thousand and one things were done to improve the appearance of the city. Prizes were offered for the most attractive down town store fronts, for the f-in...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 17 October 1905

COLLEGE LYCEUM COURSE. s The First Attraction November io Madam Maconda, the Famous Singer,Second only to Nordica. The Newberry College Lyceum un doubtedly scores its greatest success in bringing the famous singer, Madam Maconda, to Newberry on the evening of Friday, November io. She is sec ond only to Nordica in her hold on the American public, which is becom ing even greater as her voice matures to its perfection. It is only through a combination of khappy circumstances that the Lyceum finds itself in a position to offer this "star attraction" as the opening num ber. The artist has two nights vacant between her engagements in large southern cities and in New York, and these have been seized upon by Spar tanburg and Newberry. She will be remembered by many people on account of 'her conquest of Atlanta last spring, where she re ceived a veritable ovation, In New York she is a great favorite, the Her ald recounting 'that on a recent oc casion when she sang there "the audi ence arose ...

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. — 17 October 1905

"PROHIBITION AND PEACE." A Baptist Paper Makes A Call for a Strong Man for Governor. The Baptist Press. In three counlies last week elections were held on the question of dispen sary or no dispensary. in two ot t:hem the dispensary was defeated in Horry, by a vote of three to one, in Lancaster, by a vote of eight to one. In Florence the dispensary was retain ed by a very small majority. This furnishes food for refletcion. There can be no doub that the ques tions of prohibition and pure govern nent and peace are uppermost before our citizens today. These questions are presented chiefly because of the dispensary law. In the operation of that law corruption has been proven, and because of it much bloodshed and strife have racked the state. There should be no higher type of citizens than the Christian man. Governments and laws are ordained of God, and he who fears and honors God should see to it that just and righteous laws are enacted and en forced. As regards whiskey-selling, a Chris ...

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. — 17 October 1905

The Observance Of Sunday. Sunday News. From the frequency with which this subject comes up for discussion, as well in secular as in religious publi cations, it is evident that a large num ber 'of people, many of whom can not be considered aspuritanical in feel ing, look upon the increasing disre gard of Sunday with considerable dis approval. It is not only that the day is coming more and more to resemble what is called "the Continental Sab bath"-which may be roughly -defined as meaning, if one goes to church in the morning he may do as 'he pleases all the rest of the day-but tiha' it is disregarded altogether, so far as its religious character is concerned. The only difference between it and the other six being that it may be used en tirely as a day of idleness, or of amusement more fatiguing Than work; or even as a day of labor, if circum stances seem to require it in order to avoid pecuniary loss. Now while the "Continental Sabbath" may not be so reprehensible for tihe ignorant pa...

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. — 17 October 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mrs. J. R. Wilcut, of Cross Hill, S. C., is visiti~ng her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Brown in the city. Mr. J. W. Ramage, of Macon, Ga., spent several days the past week with his parents in the county, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Ramage. Rev. and Mrs. J. W.' Humbert have returned from a visit to relatives in Greenville. Dr. C. E. Black, an alumnus oi Newbery college class of 1896, was in the city the pas-r week. He recently graduated in pharmacy and will go in business at Lexington, S. C. Mr. W. P. Roof, graduate of New berry college 1904, and manager, ol the baseball team of last year was in the city the past week. Mrs. T. C. Pool and Miss Azile Pool have returned from a visit to Atlanta. Rev. W. K. Sligh will preach at St. Philips church in the county on the fifth Sunday in~this month at ii o'clock. - Mr. J. M. Workmanu, Jr., left yes ter-day morning on a visit to friends and relatives in Alabama. Mrs...

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. — 20 October 1905

VOL. XLIl. NO. 122 NEWBERRY. S. 0.. FRIDAY OCTOBER 2o 1905.0WC EK 10YA THE NEWS OF PROSPERITY Personal and Otherwise-The Sick Improving-Two Small Fires The Farmers Urged to Or ganize-Likewise Retail Merchants. Prosperity, October ig.-One of our merchants took a notion to go pos sun hunting one night not long ago. After tramping for 4 or 5 hours and vainly trying to imagine he was a boy again he said, "boys, lets go home." Result: shoes ruined, pants torn, gen erally tired ou-t and one small pos sum. Mr. Raymond Fellers spent Sunday at .home with his parents. 'Miss Lucy Wheeler will teach the Tabernacle s-ch'odl -near Jalapa this term. Mr. J. D. Quattlebaum has gone to St. Louis, the metropolis of the west, for a car of mules. He is expected to return iby 'Monday. The firs-t congregational social will be held on "tomorrow (Friday) even ing at the Lutheran parsonage. These pleasant gatherings are quite a fea ture in some pastorates. All-the n'rem bers of Grace church are invited. Rev....

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. — 20 October 1905

been redeemed in stocks. hi1e the loss is not so large, it shows how, even in the most jealously guarded system of business, error and some times wrong may creep in. Disparity Noticed Before. As far back as -two years ago Mr. S. T. Carter, bookkeeper in the office of the state treasurer, called to the attention of the ways and means com mittee ;rhe fact that there was some thing wrong with the interest paid on stocks and the coupons paid on bonds. What this trouble was, no one at that time could tell, although it was seen that the state was actually paying more interest than was mathematical ly proper. At that time no intent was suspected or the matter could have been aired. Mr. Carter had been called before the ways and means committee -Eo testify in regard to the petition of Mr. George H. Cornelson of Orangeburg, who stated that his brother, who had lived in Australia had died, leaving $o,oooo in South Carolina bonds which could not be found. It was while looking into the Cornelso...

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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. — 20 October 1905

No. 984 for $i,ooo. which was excha i ged and included in stock certifica:cs Nos. 688 and 689, issued in the name of Wm. A. Nicholson & Son. The above bond appears a second time upon ihe records as follows: ] Oct. 14th., 1899, Dwight Hughes sur- ] rendered for exchange bond No. 984 for $i,ooo, which was exchanged and included in s;tock certificate No. 974, issued in the name of Mattie E. Riggs, execx. et. al. and No. 975 in the name i of Frank F. Whilden. f April 17th., 1896, Wm. A. Nicholson < & Son surrendered for exchange i bonds Nos. 283, 284 and 1944 for $5oo each., which were exchanged and in- i cluded in stock certificate Nos. 688 and 699, issued in the name of Wm. A. I Nicholson & Son. The above bonds appear a second time upon the records as follows: Feb. 16th., 1897, Henry W. Frost & t ,Co., surrendered for exchange bond No. 283 for $500, which was exchang ed and included in stock certificate i No. 766, issued in the name of Henry z W. Frost & Co. Jan...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 20 October 1905

H. AULL. _DITOR Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY, OCTOBER z, 1905 Shall We Enforce The Law? Upon a report submitted by Chief Constble Hammett, Governor Hey ward will send constables into Pick ens county to suppress the illegal sale of liquor in'that county, and under the Brice bill, on the authority given him in that bill, will use funds resulting from the one half mill tax in paying the salary -.and expenses of the con stables. Mr. Hammett was also in Newberry in response to an order of Governor Heyward to investigate the situation in this county. He reported that in his judgment it was necessary to send con:stables to Newberry county as there were illegal whiskey sales here., especially in the rural district. G3vernor Heyward, however, has held up the matter in this county for the present at the request of officers of the law and order league recently organized here. Of course he cannot act officially through them, but must act through ...

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. — 20 October 1905

HAMMETT MAKES REPORT. Says Law Is Violated In Newberry Gov. Heyward Will Not Place Constables for the Present. Chief Constable Hamme:t has made report to Governor Heyward as a re sult of his visit to Newberry. He says the law is being violated in this coun 'Ey and thinks it advisable to send con stables here. Governor Heyward, however, will hold the matter up for a few days to see .what the law and or der league and the local authorities will do about it. Governor Heyward has been puz zled to know what to do with the en forcement of the dispensary law in counties which had voted out the dis pensary. At first his disposition was 'to remove the constables and to trust to the people of the county to keep -down the illicit sale of liquor. Complaints having come from Pick ens and Newberry counties, Chief Constable Hammett was sent to those districts to investigate. Upon -is showing that the officials of Pickens admit that the officials of Pickens force the law, Governor Heyward or dered ...

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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. — 20 October 1905

A HORRIBLE SIGHT TO SEE. Col. Peg Leg Graham and His Collie Dog Do a Mean Trick to a Col ored Female Cyclist. Charlotte Observer. ".I saw a horrible sight, the other day," said Col. -Peg Leg Graham, of Pineville, Saturday, as the boys fore gathered to hear him talk. "What was that, colonel?" asked an Obesrver man. "One day, just about noon, when the cotton pickers were coming in for dinner, I stood on my front porch and, looking down the Steele Creek road, saw something strange approaching. I couldn't figure out what it was for quite a while. The old woman came out and she suggested that it was a balloon that had lit on the ground and was trying to move off but I tried to think of a fair that week but I hadn't heard of any close by; I knew that the Mount Holly fair, the greatest fair ever held in these parts, had burst, and it was too ea'rly for the Mecklenbtirg fair. But, the thing looked like a balloon all right. As we watched, it kept coming towards us. It was pulling a long grad...

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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. — 20 October 1905

Report of Claims Audited and Ap proved During the Quarter End ing September 3oth., 1905. 551 D. J. Griffith, Supt. Chg. $42.0 552 0. W. LeRoy Jail 14.0 553 L. A. Wilson Jail 8.o 554 G. H. Ligon Con. .8 555 George P. Boozer Con. .8 556 G. S. Noland C. H. Exp. 2.0 557 Fred H. Domniick Sal. 20.8 558 S. N. Henderson Ferry 9.7 559 David Pitts Com. Tax. 3.0 56o J. T. Crisp Pension 4.0 561 Levi Britt Pension 4.0 562 L. J. Fulmer Pension 4.0 563 W. C. Sligh Sal. 9.0 564 A. A. Sligh Sal. 9.0 565 S. Pope Lunacy 5. 566 J. Y. Floyd Con. Fee 16.5 567 J. S. Ruff Ferry 7.5 568 B. A. Havird Con. Fee 102.0 569 C. G. Blease Sal. &c 84.0 57o F. M. Boyd, Supt. Off. Exp. 43.0 571 Press N. Boozer Assessor 4.0 572 W. W. Cromer Sal. 27.7 573 E. M. Evans & Co., Co. H. 54.7 574 P. B. Ellesor Sal. 9.0 575 T. A, Ellesor Sal. 9.0 576 0. Wells Sal. 6.2 577 J. P. Cannon Sal. 6.2 578 J. M. Wicker Sal &c 75.2 479 G. H. Livingston Com. Tax. 2.5 58o Observer Co. Adv & Prtg. 7.5 581 John J. Dominick Lu...

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. — 20 October 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mrs. Cole -L. Blease is visiting her parents at Pendleton this week. M!rs. Si. Bosch, of Savannah, Ga., is visiting her brother, 'Col. C. J. Purcell. Mrs. E. F. Blease is visiting in Sa luda this week. Miss Helen Hardy and Miss Fannie Epps, of Maybinton, were in the city a few days this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Featherstone, of Laurens, are" visiting Mrs. F. Z. Wil -son. Mrs. D. F. Pifer and little son, Au gustus, left Wednesday for Moncks Corner to spend some time with rela tives. VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT. South Carolina Cotton mills con sumed 625,ooo bales of the 1,200,ooo bales of cotton produced in this state last year. Let us urge .our farmers not to fail to put in a large acreage in grain '.rops-let the. price of cotton be what it may. The Fortnightly club met with Mrs. L. W. Floyd on Tuesday morning. A -call meeting of the Daughters :me.t at Mrs. W. H. Hunt's this week for the purpose of ele...

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. — 24 October 1905

VS9 VOL. XLIIL NO. 123 NEWBERRY4 S. 0., TUESDAY OCTOBER 24, 1905.TWCAWEK$10YR TESTING BRIGE LAW Ni FEDERAL COURT DISPENSARY ADVOCATES AT TACK BRICE LAW. Judge Pritchard Grants Order Re quiring Board of Control of Union County to Show Cause Why Dispensary Should not be Reopened. -Asheville, N. C., October 19.-Unit ed States Circuit Judge J. C. Pritch;ard today issued an order directing R. M. Fincher, W. D. Wilkins and Elzie Kelley, the Union county board of control, to appear before him October 31 to show cause why mandamus should no7t be granted to J. G. Howell, requiring the board of control to open - the dispensary in Union and to rein state Howell in the office of dispenser, and give him possession thereof. This action, whioh constitutes a test of the Brice bill, is 'brought by J. G. Howell, the relator, through Bellinger & Welch and John -G. Capers. The application to Judge Pritchard was made by those attorneys. Columbia, October ig.-R. H. Welch and John G. Capers, represen ...

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. — 24 October 1905

dividual democrats, if they desired t do so. Mr. Brunson's Card. "Mr. Brunson published a card, de claring the action of The proh-ibitioi democratic executive committee subterfuge; that he would not make canvass of the state in the democrati primary as a candidate for governor (he had been suggested by the pro hibition convenrion as their candi date for governor,) but would let hi pledge remain so that the prohibi tionists could have some one to vot for. I wired him at once, unless b intended to make the canvass, tha Mr. C. C. Featherstone would, and ci answer at once. He did not answei Mr. Featherstone withdrew his pledg as a candidate for lieutenant governo and filed his pledge as a candidate fo governor, all of which had the ar proval of the prohibition state exect tive committee', and che calling of th caucus in Columbia, was to make th same blunder and especially to g< some one to oppose me if they ooul not later get a convention to nominat a ticket, if the friends of Brunso...

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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. — 24 October 1905

Great Fv I ,OO( of the world's best ma public that knows whE can exchange silver ft Shoes and Dress Gooc and you can always fii mer Bros., Newberry's Don't fall in dark pl4 broad and straidhti-S of Dress Goods lovelin going to make it hot.ir loving Man, Woman ai drous Bargains againi ner, and watch the cro ber Bros., Newberry's CLOTHINC Don't turn your face home ward until yot O*.TINC I OL.OTE3I Everything that's new in Fine Clo Feichheimer & Fischel, Snellingberg, I~ Every new Plaid and Mixture for the well this line. Just try one of our $10.00 Suit Shoes! Shoes! And well can we say that every train1 ~side the two depots brings us new Shoe more Shoes every day than a lot of ti Thousands of people go to sleep with Sumi We want every foot, little and big, In housed in a pair, of our Shoes this winter. day hard service Shoes cheap. Bring the winter shoeing. Don't buy a dollar's worth of anythini Great Cut-Price Dry Goods Store, the Che The magic word-CUT PE ioo Bright new $2 oo Co...

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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. — 24 October 1905

E. H . AULL, E DITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1905. If the law requiring all persons who have liquor in their ho.uses or who have it shipped for personal use to secure tags from the state commis sioner is to be enforced the law and order league will need the assistance of Governor Heyward and his consta bles and several more besides. There are loits of people who are opposed to the dispensary and who are opposed to the sale of whiskey and who want to see the ililicist traffic put down but who do not see any harm in having a lirtle of it in their houses and who do not feel that tthey should ask per mission of any one to have it or to take a drink if they want to take it. They would like to have a little per sonal liberty in 'che maitter of what they shall drink so long as they do not disturb anyone by their action. But there will be enough to engage the officers for awhile in stopping the illicit sale. The dispensary...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 24 October 1905

It's usually amusing t< off the crowds on their plenty of them is drawii policy here, we have ti who broke the shackles from the day I first hit special prices to none, march this way and keE . . .'Mimn Matchless 1 No accumul Its the only , goods and stc well with a i stake-so tak shoes that le. that you get-i let them "fak 5 cases Ladie 5 cases Ladie Drew Selby 8 $l,98 and $2 ... .$2.98 and $3 CHILDREN'S SCHOOL SHOES. It tak4 with a cheap shoe, but cold weathi r Bill0CL ING SALE, SECONID I Por Men, Boys and Children. Don't buy a d,olF until you have seen our line. My ambition has b the very best Clothing that could be possibly sold al suit. Some of the mancafacturers said I wanted for too little,'' but I got what I wanted. 375 Men's Suits, worth $r2-5o and $15.00, specia: a $io.oo bill. My next great leader is my $7.50. There is not pile of about 275 worth less than $ro,oo, for this w All wool Kerseys, Cheviots and Cassimers which $7-50 and $8 0o, take your choice.of any in the ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 24 October 1905

JOINT SINGING CHOIRS. Exceilent Addresses By Revs. J. J. Long and J. A. Sligh. Bachman Chapel, October 17.-The joint singing picnic at Cannons Creek church on Saturday, was a very en joyable occasion. We were feeling very unwell, but as we were the ones whe heiped the young people to ar range for the occasion, we forced ourselves out. Being a~little late, we found that a good crowd -had already ass.mibfed in the church and the exer cises had begun. Rev. J. J. Long, who was one of the inv?ted speakers, ..made an excellent addiess, his subject was, "Dodging ,or whipping the devil around the stump." I am sorry to say, but I fear it is a fact th.at this subject is applicable to alniost every professed Christian to day. He showed how so many peo ple evaded the truth, no-' by straight out living but by dodging. The speaker made- some very fine illustrations, first telling of an inci dent in slavery time of an old man Wh-o had a negro who dsobeyed him. The old man called up his son saying:...

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