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

ROLINA NEWS. ore or Less Interest Con Throughout the State. New furniture ordered by the state fhiouse commission for several of the state offices has arrived and been placed in position. G. F. Cooper has been made city clerk of C.olumbia, succeeding T. T. Talley, whb resigned to go into the real estate business. W. F. Stieglitz, a machinist of Co lumbia, is in Union for the purpose of changing the combinations on the safes of the Union and Buffalo Cotton mills. Governor Heyward has received in vitations to go to Orangeburg, Wil mington and Batesburg, which ;he will have to decline on account of pressure -of business. Miss Daisy McCall, formerly ste nographer for -the Independent Cot ton Oil company, and private secre tary to the late Robert Keith Dargan, at Darlington, died iof -heart failure. W. C. Hougi, of Camden, will prob ably lose one of his eyes on account ,of the mistake of his wife who drop -ped carbolic -acid in the member when she intended to use eye wash. A. G. Kollock,...

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. — 3 November 1905

Z.H.AULL,1sDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1905. They are talking of holding the "state fair" at Columbia for two weeks instead of four days. Is -there no hu mane or other benevolent society that dan interfere to prevent this cruel outrage?-Spartanburg JouTnal. What's the matter with the state fair? Why should not th'e people of South iCarolina meet together once each year, and the people of the differ ent sections be better acquainted? Let's work together for the upbuild ing of South Carolina and quit harp lng, even if it is done in a joking way. Newberry -was la-rgely represented at the state fair last week, and we are all glad we went, and .we are all going again next year if we can. And some few are going to Spartanburg's mu 'sic festival next spring and we would n't for the wtorld, if somebody should suggest running it for two weeks, say, "Is there no human-e or other benevolent society.that can in -terfere to pr...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 3 November 1905

WEST END NEWS. Furnishings For the New Church Being Placed-Ward 5's Candi dates for Alderman. The seats for the new c1hurch have arrived and will be placed in the build ing by the manufacturers some time within the next few days. iThe large windows were put in a few days ago. The committee on building has pur chased a furnace for the lheating of thetauilding, which will be put in in a few days. On -October 28, the section men and orhers of the weave room were invited to the hiome of Mr. W. H. Hardeman, the overseer of the weave room. After a pleasant hour spent with Mr. Hardeman, we .were invited to the dining.-room to partake of an oyster supper prepared by Mr. Harde man. All present enjoyed themselves very much. We all left for our homes feeling that it was good to have been there. The ladies of O'Neall Street real ized a snug little purse from theii oyster supper on the 28th. We announced in our last news that there would be several candidates foi alderman from Ward 5. We have be...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 3 November 1905

'A SALUTE To THE SOUTH-I 'The Springfield Republican's View c President Roosevelt's Trip to the South. 'Springfield Republican. President Roosevelt has begun hi -souiern tour with an address at his toric Richmond, the capital of th -Confederacy, a place .that is alive wit the memories of the south's grea Iteroes. The opening passages make; tactful and gracious salute to th -southern people, with its cordial ref .erences to -their unsurpassed valor ii war, and ithe success in restoring thei niaterial prosperity in the ensuinj years of peace. No one can doubt Mi Roosevelt's absolute sincerity in thi tribute, which reaches a plane of elo quence not often attained by him, il that -moving passage, beginning -"Think of it, oh, my courftrymer think of the good fortune that i eurs!" The remainder of the speech run very briefly over the questions tha confront the nation, as Mr. Roose velt sees them, and, as a whole, th address serves admirably as an in troduction to the series of discussion ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 3 November 1905

GRAND hRE SID Thursday ComI The Newberry Real I November 9th, 1905, cor ONE HUNDRE] TH~ Every Lot 4 The South is prosper ivancing. Newberry is k not a vacant house in th Lights, Telephones, Wat school system, one of th four banks with nearly o i000 spindles, consuming $250,000, two cotton se and Atlantic Coast line This Propel siut nJONE sitateinthe eastern pdi lots will have the benefit lot on reasonable terms. TERMS--One-third ce Ssix, twelve and .eighteer: ~ ',Mortgages will be execui Slot, purchaser to pay for Sclause will be inserted iri Sleasing, or renting the pI 13 An Elegant Barbe< ii Thusda N x~ N. ENCE : : : AT : Lgr=313L- ."N W Novembei nencing at 10 O'clock A. state Company will sell on t imencing at 10 O'clock A. M. D VALUABLE RESE 18 SALE WILL BE ABSOLUTE: )ffered Will Go to the Highec ing as never before, and rea seping pace with the prosper e city. With a population of er.Works, Sewerage, Fine Ar a best colleges in the South i ne million dollars on deposit, S20,0...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 3 November 1905

PUR.ELY PERSONAL. .The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Miss Neville Pope left Tuesday for Abbeville on a visit. -Mrs. F. Z. Wilson is visiting rela tives in Laurens. Court ,Senographer M. M. Long is :spending thie week in Newberry. Miss Lil Fair after spending several weeks here left Tuesday for her home in Gokesbury. Mrs.*C. E. Bell, who has been visi ting .her parents, -Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Schumpert, returned yesterday to her .home in Augusta. MrTs. Isabel St. Amand, who was -called to Old Town on account of the illess of her son, has returned to her duties in the Blacksburg high school. Col. E. H. Aull, district deputy .grand chancellor, went to Batesburg yest..rday, where last night he opened athe -'district meeting Knights of Py thias. Messrs. Fred H. Dominick, Cole L. Blease and Geo. iW. Reid are repre senting O'Neall Lodge, No. 154, Knithts of Pythias, at the district meeting in Batesburg this week. Mr. A. iC. Jones, Dr. Van Smith, Prof. S. ...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 7 November 1905

PART ONE. PAGES, ONE TO EIGHT. VOL. XLII. NO. 127 NEWBERRY. S. C.. TUESDAY NOVEMBER 7, 1905, TWICE A WEEK, $15 &EAR 1868 Returns A By E. I Among the earliest Lutheran set t16ments in South Carolinta were thos< in t!e Dutch Fork of Newberry :an< Lexington counties.. Newberry co6n ,ty has long been colsidered -the cen rer of Lutheranisimtn. South Carolina The Newberry cqllege is 'locate< at the county seat and for severa years the theological seminary -wa there also.. But long before ther, was a Lutheran congregation or Lutheran church at 'the court hous< there was established in the Dutc] Fork .several s,rong congregations In fact a pastor of one of these, Rev T. S. Boinest of Beth;lehem, organize the Newberry Lutheran congregatior and -was its.first past6r. The German settlements of th Dutch Fork constitdted some of th best citizens of South Cariuina sturdy, -frugal, industrious-the: they followed their pursuits in a quie way and attended to their own busi ness, but ...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 7 November 1905

DO Steel' Beam 1\ A thing you have have it. E GUNS and SHELLS QUESTION RAISED IN SPARIARBUJRG COUiNTY SOUGHT TO PREVENT DISPEN SARY ELECTION. On Motion of Attorneys for Dispen ser Order Served Upon County Board to Show Cause. J. W. Harmon, Plaintiff - vs D. M. Miles in his own right and as Supervisor of Spartanburg County, and others. (Here follows a list of managers of election.) -The plaintiff complaining of the de fendants alleges: Ist. That the plaintiff is a citizen of Spartanburg County, South Caro lina, and has been for a number of years next preceding this date; that plaintiff owns both 'real and personal property in the said county of Spar tanburg on which plaintiff now pays and hass"'been paying for a consider able time next preceding this date taxes tro the. said County of Spartan burg and the State of South Carolina. That in addition thereto plaintiff is an officer of Spartantburg County, holding the office of County Dispen ser and drawing a salary from the ~tate for his...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 7 November 1905

THE RI We have proven tha spend and by giving t to our store, day by d as others, but same N A Few Trade Winners in DRESS GOODS and SILKS. 54 inch Broadcloth, Black and Col olors, worth $1.39, for 95 cents a yard. 56 inch English Suiting, the bigges* value, worth, $i.oo, for 59 cents a yard. 42 inch Covert Cloth, Venetian and Scotch Mixtures, worth 65 cents, for 49 cents a yard. 40 in-hi All Wool Flannels, all col ors, worth 6o -cents, for 44 cents a yard. We don't claim to have more black goods than all the other stores com bined, but here are some priced Right. Black Henrietta, Panama Cloth, Armure, Mohair and all the Leading Weaves, worth $1.25, for 89 cen:cs a yard. 44 inchiMelrose, Mohair, Henriettas and Venetians, worth 75 cents, for 49 cents a yard. 38 inch' Henriettas, Mohairs and Panama Cloth, worth 49 cents, for 24 cents a ya-rd. 36 inch Black Taffeta pud Peau de Soie, worth $1.65, for $.15 a yard. 36 inch Black Taffeta and Peau de Soie, worth $1.50, for 98 cen'cs a yard. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 7 November 1905

Entered at the Postoffice at New- K S 6erry, S. C., as second class matter. t TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1905- f Eleven Cents Per Pound. C t Cotton was selling yesterday at II cents per pound. The farmers who have been sticking to the action of the Southern cotton association are now reaping The benefits. IThey should not, however, rush too much cotton on tihe .market and cause the price to go down. Let it be marketed so as to keep up the demand. The price will remain. St. Paul's Edition. The Herald and News today ap pears in sixteen page form. Much of 'our space is -devoted to St. Paul's and its thistory. The Luheran synod ot -South Carolina will convene there -tomorrow at 10 o'clock in its 81st an nual convention. This paper .may be called the St. Paul's edition. < t The Heraid4 and News extends a .cordial -welcome to -the members of synod. Not many of the members were in the synod when it met at St. Paul's 37 years ago and; if it should be as long until the next <meeting with thi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 7 November 1905

Capital $50,00O0.oo DEPOSITS: Sept. 30, 1901.$101,192.90. Sept. 30, 1902, $155,778.88 Sept 30, '03, $180,910.74 Sept 30,'04'$231,897.82 Sept 3A 1905, $328,600.45 Deposits P3 We. Pay A Son Visits+ By 11hos3. Wilson. Bachman Chapel,. November 6. Last Sunday -we had the pleasure of worshippingin our oldimother church, St. Paul's. This is t9e first 'time we have been there$,since the church 'has undergone -such wonderful improve ment. After ,we.got inside we could hardly realize that we were at St. Paul's, so the reader can draw -his own conclusion i wJiat extent the im provement has been. To be brief, we will say that old St. Paul's congrega tion now has one of the prettiest church edifices that lhas been shown anywhere in the county. For me to say I love to go to old St. Paul's is only speaking in a mild form, it a-l ways seems very much to me like go ing home, and while it brings'feelings of joy to my heart, it also brings feel ings of sadness. It was at this same altar thirty-five y...

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

MakeM MAKE CA Make those that you best of everything "G( wants and we are an Suggestion Gelatine. Macaroni. New Figs. New Nuts. Sago-Jill-o Grape Nuts. Mince Meat. New Prunes. Maple Syrup. Fresh Norfolk Oystert A FEARFUL DEATH. not suicide. Broadwick sa cinniati is his ho~rme. He 19Womanl Aeronaut Drops 300 Feet wife's people live there, I - From Balloon in Anderson-Ac- were bitterly opposed to Cident or Suicide. .and have never ibecome1 - tiheir daugh.ter since he and for that reason he di Mrs. Maude Broadwick, wife of them of her death -and bi Ohtarles Broadwick, an -aeronaut with ments in Anderson on'S !Riddell's South.ern Carnival company, was almost completely [ei from 'a 'balloon in Anderson oni Mrs. B-roadwi.ck was ab< .Thursday afternoon and was in.stant- old and was /very popu: -ly killed. Mrs. Biroadwick was an ex- members of th~e carnival perienced balloonist herself and had - melle two ascensions while in Ander- Let South Carolinians L son, but was not 'to go up Thurs...

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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. — 7 November 1905

GRAN *Thursda Co 'hi The Newberry Re~ ' November 9th, 1905, iiONE HUNDR ihi Every L4 ihv The South is prosj * hivancing. Newberry is 'inot a vacant house in ~ Lights; Telephones, '# 'school system, one of '& four banks with near): 'i000 spindles, consum hi$250,000, two cotton ' and Atlantic Coast lin 5 This Proi I JON Ssituate in the eastern lots will have the bene ' lot on reasonable,tern TERMS---One-third ' six, twelve and eighte ' Mortgages will be exe Slot, purchaser to pay1 iiclause will be inserted ~leasing, or renting the 13 An Elegant Bar _ Thurday, ..Mh. -M6..46-&- -AL -A .. A I- m V V NJ ::OF:: : : : AT : : : y, Novembe mmencing at 10 O'clock A m i1 Estate Compapn wi sell on :ommencing at 10 O'clock A. IV ED VALUABLE RES THIS SALE WILL BE ABSOLUTI t Offered 'Will Go to the High( >ering as never before, and re i keeping pace with the prospe the city. With a population c rater Works, Sewerage, Fine A the best colleges in the South ~one million dollars on deposi in...

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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. — 7 November 1905

PURELY PE.RSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Miss Essie Pearson, of the St. 1hilip's community spent Saturday and Sunday with Iher parents, Mr. and Xrs. G. W. Pearson. Mrs. W. B. Oxner and cahildren, of Maybinton, spent Saturday and Sun -day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Pearson. Rev. N. N. Burton resigned as pas tor of West End Baptist church on last Sunday to go into effect Decem ber ist. We regret very much to lost Mr. Burton from Newberry. He has made many friends since his so journ among us. There will be a meeting of the Daughters of :he Confederacy this afternoon at 4 o'clock with Miss Liz zie Glenn. President J. A. B. Scherer, of New berry college. returned yesterday morning from Savannah, Georgia, and Charleston. He spent several days last week in Orangeburg county, where he enjoyed some fine sport in hunting and shooting. Mayes' Book store has a full.line of box-paper, tablets, envelopes, pencils, pens, ibags, twine; in f...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 7 November 1905

1 41 PART TWO. PAGES, NINE TO SIXTEEN. VOL. XLII. NO. 127 NEWBERRY, S. 0.. TUESDAY NOVEMBER 7, 1905. TWICE A WEEK. $150 YEAR Interesting History < By Arthui The date of he organization of St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran church is so far in .the past that nothing can be learned that is at all accurate. Dr. Berrheim in his History, of the Ger man Settlement, page 233, says: "In the year 1767 Rev. John Nicholas Martin comnenced to labor in -the fork of the Saluda and Broad rivers and remained *here until the close of tbe year 1774." He says further: "Newberry district (county) was only partially settled by Germans, and at a period succeeding the colonization of Saxe Gotha (Lexington county). A number of German churches ex isted in 1788." From this it is very evident that St. Paul's was organized - THE PRESEI between the years 1767 and 1787. He further says t4he first pastor minister ing to them was -the Rev. Frederick Joseph Wallern, w.hose name appears as a -member of t-he'Corpus E...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 7 November 1905

10 THE MEMBERS OF SYNOD. The Nqmes of Pastors and Delegates and;Those Who Will Entertain Them. Below we print a list of the pastors and delegates and members of synod and visitors and those of the congre gation and friends who will entertain them. The good people of St. Paul's and community are noted for their open hearted hospitality, and will spaTe no pains on this occasion to make this meeting of the synod a very 'delightful and pleasant one and to gTveto those who .attend, the best en tertainment iof which, they are capable. The following cons7itute the com mittee and assignment of homes. If any member of synod or visitor has not been assigned, the committee will esteem it a favor if such a one will no tify the members -at once: Rev. J. A Sligh, L. I. Epting, J. D. Shealy, J. B Bedenbaugh and J. A. C. Kibler. W. D. Wicker-Rev. A. W. Lindler. J. F. Kibler-Rev. J. Austin and del egate. J. A. Sligh-Revs. J. D. Bowles, S T. Hallman, D. D., W. K. Sligh and W. L. Darr. A. H. Kohn;-Rev...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 7 November 1905

Pamwr W&Uem and Nob. One of the rany anecdo-ter in re lation to "Pars>n Waller" :o he was familiarly known by his people was in regord :to a negro man -he owned. Bob was very fond of fresh milk and butter and as was the custom in that day ithe milk was kept in a milk thouse at the spring builc so that the cool rwa ter of the spring would flow around the jars. He missed much milk and butter frox. the spring house tand sus pecting Bob as the .thief, and rwent to work to catch him. One hot day at noon he and Mrs. Wallern walked down to .the spring. Seeing the door ajar he attempted to .go in but was i ,prevented by Bob rushing out. Bob,' hearing them coming had hastily oon cealed the butter he had appropriated under his hat. As he .rushed past Mr. Wallern he struck at him and hit Bob on th-e head and had his 'hand covered wi.th soft butter. In consternation at what he thought he had .done, killed Bob, held up his hand to this wife and said, "Mammy ish dot prains?" Bob made his e...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 7 November 1905

Officers of Synod. In this connection is -given a brie review of the officers of the Synot It will be seen that bwo of them ar< serving pastorates in this county and one is a native Newberrian, while th< lafmen who is the treasurer of synot is a native of New!,errv and a son o St. Paul's and a prosperous busines man in the t:iriving town of Prosper ity Rev. M. 0. J. Kreps, the presilen of the South Carolina syn->!, was be-tr at Lexington, S. C., 47 years ago. H was graduated fnom Newberry -col lege in 188o. In September of Ehi same year ihe entered the Lutherai Theological seminary at Salem, Vir ginia, graduating from tihtis institutioi in 1883. His firsit pastorate was i: the place of his birth, and after re maining in Lexing'ton for two and half years, he accepted a 'call to th Pine Grove pastorate in Orangebur; -county. After a service of about thre years in Orangeburg, he removed ti Virginia, where he served ciurche for a number iof years. In Marc, 1896, he entered upon...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 7 November 1905

To Se cur A Plain 6 I have purchased fr< In the Vern Heart ThIs Pi Mlade ] But simply to secur( tains .17 Streets VI AllLoCs Cu It goes without saying * ~in Newberry. It is re~ If you contemplate t + two it wiii pay you t I1 or Mr. SIiga Showin Home in statement )m Mr. Thad.- Dunca of the Residence sec irchase W For Specul :.a home for mysell .cres and now I offer ill Be Laid Out at [Cto Suit The Sthat this is the most desir, ~ched by the city electric li iuilding in Newberry durli o see me AT ONCE.. STHE WlE;ISS frWill Take Nex ewberru! of Facts. n his home place tion of Newberru. is Not lation. i This tract con for sale Once and Purchaser. able vacant property ghts and water. .. . ag the next year or~ UFFCIENT .. Pleasure in p erty. vberry. S. C.

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 7 November 1905

From the Dry Largest and Ch that lined our coun everything Men, W( all others in moderi in complete. Thou been brought us by the smile.of satisfac fore this week. We and. to see the bear a bargain giving stoi you will buy where I your neighbors is,n( the largest wholesali rock bottom prites v department house ir for every want. List Feichei Rer and Fisc known high art cloth siog in ail the newesi cry of good cglt c ShQes! Shpes!: Sb If every Shoe we sold was laid end to the Southern Railway's tracks I believ< reach to New York. Here you bought and your family's. We sell only good, reliable, solid Shapes. We don't have any kicking paper soles. Our Shoes are made by t shoemakers in the New Wor:ld and Genuine Sunburnt Cowhide Leather. your head at the other fellow's and bu: Shoes from SUMMEIR BROS.-The I nized Shoe Sellers of Newberry. Hats, / Underwear a Gent's Furnishings 90 feet of shelving up and down stairs to the ceiling witha all the New Shape: Styles ,of Hats and Underwear t...

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