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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 1 January 1904

PROSPERITY LETTER. Christmas is Over and Bverybody Is Happy-Personal Mention A Marriage. Prosperity, Dec. 3o.-Christmas has come and gone with its usual observance by the churches and with its usual perversion by - many with the deluding idea that this season is the time for idle fun making. For one week every body takes holiday and every body visits every other body, and bakes din ner. This is a great week for social visits and family reunions, dinner makings and feastings. But this is i'bout over and our people will again settle themselves to the serious concerns of life. Supt. of Education Derrick. of Lexington county, crossed the border line of his jurisdiction te experience a marriage dinner in the Mount Tabor comuiinnity. IIe also paid 'resperity a visit. Mrs. Dr. C. T. W.yche, in coml. pany with litile ('ora and Mis. 1,eiia Leeser in-uic a hu'ida) trip to daughter Iiss Is oli ne. Dr. .nd Mirs. Merritt are visiting relatives and i frieid in C aIIrlesLo11. Mis ILiiin Kibier of ...

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. — 1 January 1904

HOMB, SWJBET HOME. The Author, Himself an 'Outcast--The Story of His Love for Miss Harden. T. Larry Gantt. Some one said the sweetest %ord ill the English language is "Iloine " The sweetest song that ever ema nated from an American pen is 'H1ome Sweet Home." This simple melody has been translated into every civilized tongue, and has thrilled the hearts of unItold mil lions. It appeaj; to and tonlehuI and softens the heart of&all hmium kind. The imillioirme in his gilidd palace,th Ie pwsalz in hiscuttage,th.. shivering, th', Marvixng wx;.-Ic1 i" his garret :i!i (-.-n th ion.1. through th In - tvc, o! m - o City ()I t I s I counlry. 'l ei a e jy ' d towilt. Ic lit. And \-et. J, h I II owa'na l Illn the authoro; ' m Swee t H ne was hnlliself all olteast and wa - dered upon the face of the earth 1i and had never known or experi enced the comforts and pleasures of a home. His early days wvere spent in a nomadic existence, and in his later years he wandered from [one t great European ...

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. — 1 January 1904

Fairview items. Fairview, Dec. 29.-We had a rain Friday which was very good on small grain, although we hated to see it rain on Christmas day. Mrs. J. \V. Morris has been con fined to her bed the past few days, but hope to see her out soon again. Mr. John Harmon and family visited Mr. J. A. Baker's family Christmas (lay. There was a social giveni at the residence of Mr. Eariiest Fulner on last 2nd Saturday night; about io girls and 25 boys were present. There was one also at Mr. West Lindler's;about 18 girls and 5o boys present. Mr. Ben Moore of Newberry Cot ton Mill is at home visiting his parents again. I guess Santa Claus visited the little folk,3 Christmas Eve which was very gratifying to them. Our school at Fairview will vacate this week for Christmas. Mr. M. C. Morris who has been drumming for the King ~ardware Co., is taksng a few days for Christ Inas. Mr. Sam Moore, of Columbia, is at home visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moore. Misses Mary and Bertha Harmou of near...

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. — 1 January 1904

$26,250 IN DIVIDNDS. To Be Paid Today By the Corporations of the City. There will be paid ii dividends today $26,250 and mo:t of it will go to our own people as they are largely the stockholders in the local enterprises. The Newberry Cotton Mill will pay a 5 per cent semi-annual divi dend on a capital stock of $400,000, amounting to $16,ooo. The National Bank will pay a semi-annual dividend on the capi tal stock of $150,ooo, amounting to $6,ooo.. The Newberry Savings Bank will pay a semi-annual dividend of 31 per ceiit on the capital stock of $50,ooo, amountiig to $1,750. The Commercial Bank will pay a semi-annual dividend of 3.1 per cent on its capital stock of $5(t- 1o, atiout ining to $i,750. 'T'lhe 3ank of Prosper;ty Vill pay a semi-annual dividend of 3 Per ceit onl its capit.i stock of $25,oo0, aiounting to $750. The People's National Bank of Prosperity, but recently organized, will not declare a dividend at this time, but the business of the bank has been entirely satisfactory...

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. — 1 January 1904

STABLISHED 1865 NEWBERRY. S. C.. FRIDAY. JANUARY 1. 1904. TWICE A WEEK. $1.50 AYE - GENERAL NEWS NUTES. of More or Less Interest Cannsed Outside the State. that 4,000 Mace Bulgarian officers, vade Turkish terri chamber of deputies on the budget voted he government by a been produced in at Baltimore. It f the usual Sunday son of Fire Chief Decatur, Ala., was rifle, a Christ ibe no improve Far ust Abation. an n sia aking sui a-et which the Tolstol's first question to was: "Are you a social. Bryan replied in the nega andTolstoi expressed his sat Lee,the negro who was it-taking rails from the track of5the Southern, will serve fifteen yeI.rs in the Virginia state prison, ta operate a chain of cot Is in North Carolina by tene --Qht dwellers of New York is being 00-&v ed out by ;en interested ir thiew on business. urton, of Irvington, Va.. . ofthe'oyster schooner Colum W as washed overboard y i hugeWaturaay and lost. T'hi crew7uffered terribly. Near Gadsden, Ala., a . mar narrtd Parson...

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. — 1 January 1904

THE NEWBERRY OF DAYS THAT ARE PAST. LETTER FROYE A EORMER NEWBERRIAN, NOW IN TEXAS. Memories of Great Men and Good Plen and Graceful and Lovely Women of The Old Newberry. Going north from Stewart's. we reach the happy home of Drayton Nance, one of natures noblemen and his amiable wife. Lucy (Wil liams) a descendant of one of the grand heroes of King's Mountain. Col. James Ailliams. She was a lovely example of the "radiant dream that lurks in the word wo man.' Think of Drayton Nance as he lived and you will be a better man. He was genial, natural, cordial and intellectual, disclo.ing the goodness and greatness of his heart; in his family he was always gentle, generous, good humored and affectionate; in society a pure exam ple of the complete Christian gen tleman, yes, he was a great hearted man, with a soul as white and pui as a' lily. He often had a laugh on me, telling when I was a little chap, at dinner at his house, he asked if I would have anything more and I replied, yes, point...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 1 January 1904

HOW TO SELL COTTON. Farmers in Lee County Made Money by Organization. Mr. E. D. Smith, of Lee County, gives the following plan in the Cot ton Plant for an organization of the farmers for the handling and selling of their cotton: You gave some notice of my plan to control the sale and price of cot ton in a recent issue of your paper. So interested am I yet vas so Learful that my plan would not work that before I said anything about it got some farmers together to prove it. This proof of it I now wish to give along with the plan. All attempts to organize the farmers have proven futile, and I think one reason is that there was no money for the farmers in any of them. The best sticking plaster in the world is a -dollar, as it will stick a beautiful woman to a miserable old "cuss" of a man. It will stick the farmers together, and it is the best sign, password and pledge on God's earth, and is the basis, the spring and in spiration of all effort, both individ tal and corporate. Therefore,...

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. — 1 January 1904

E. H. AULL, ELITOR. A MATTER OF BCONOMY. If the spirit of reform ever reaches that point where our noble lawmakers are willing to surrender pay for public service, the bill providing for biennial sessions of the General Assembly will doubt less prevail. This bill was left over from the last session. The joint resolution to submit the mat ter to the people of the State lack ed but one vote of the two-thirds majority. Friends of the measure, and these are the people who have the best interest of South Carolina at heart, are deter nined to fight for it again, and the chances are mere greatly in its favor than ever before. We have heard so much about the financial troubles of the State that the legislators can hardly insist on meeting once every year when the conditions do not demand -it and when the meeting is a bur den on the tax payers. The new law would mean the saving of $3o,ooo Much of the legislative proceed'ings has been of the farcicc.I sort. We have more laws than it will ever...

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. — 1 January 1904

PROSPERITY LETTER. Christmas is Over and Everybody is Happy-Personal Mention A Marriage. Prosperity, Dec. -o.-Christmas has come and gone with its usual observance by the churches and with its usual perversion by many with the deluding idea that this season is the time for idle fun making. For one week every body takes holiday and every body visits every other body, and bakes din ner. This is a great week for social visits and family reunions, dinner makings and feastings. But this is about over and our people will again settle themselves to the serious concerns of life. Supt. of Education Derrick, of Lexington county, crossed the border line of his jurisdiction to experience a marriage dinner in the Mount Tabor community. le also paid Presperity a visit. Mrs. Dr. C. T. Wyche, in com pany with little Cora and Miss Lena Le.ter made a holiday trip tu Winthrop College to see her daughter Miss Isoline. Dr. and Mrs. Merritt are visiting relatives and friendt in CharAeston. Miss Lilla Kib...

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. — 1 January 1904

HOME, SWEET HOME. The Author, Himself an IOutcast-The Story of His Love for Miss Harden. T. Larry Gantt. Some one said the sweetest word in the English language is "Home" The sweetest song that ever ema nated from an American pen is "Home Sweet Home." This simple melody has been translated into every civilized tongue, and has thrilled the hearts of untold mii lions. It appeals to and touches and softens the heart of all hu:an kind. The millionaire in his gilded palace,the peasant in hiscottage.th shivering, the starving wretc' in his garret and even the homeless outcast as he ainilesslv wanders through the streets of some greit city or tramps the highways of !I: country. There is a pectiliar a thos in this smg that stirs anew a better feelinginn thc breast of man. and touches even the most callozis and wretched heart. And yet, John Howard Payne. the author of 'Home Sweet Home" was himself an outcast and wan dered upon the face of the earth and had never known or experi -enced the co...

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. — 1 January 1904

Fairview Items. Fairview, Dec. 29.-We had a rain F-idav which was very good on sCal gram., although we hated to see it rain on Christmas day. Mrs. J. W. Morris has been cou fined to her bed the past few days. but hope to see her out soon again. Mr. John Harmon and family visited Mr. J. A. Baker's family Christmas day. There was a social given at the residence of Mr. Earnest Fulmer on last 2nd Saturday night; about 10 girls and 25 boys were present. There was one also at Mr. West Lindler's;about 18 girls and 50 boys present. Mr. Ben Moore of Newberry Cot ton Mill is at home visiting his parents again. I guess Santa Claus visited the little folks Christmas Eve which was very gratifying to them. Our school at Fairview will vacate this week for Christmas. Mr. M. C. Morris who has been drumming for the King Hardware Co., is taksng a few days for Christ Inas Mr. Sam Moore, of Columbia, is at home visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moore. Misses Mary and Bertha Harmon of near Selwoo...

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. — 1 January 1904

$26,250 N DVIDElDS. To Be Paid Today By the Corporations of the City. There will be paid in dividends today $26,250 and most of it will go to our own people as they are largely the stockholders in the local enterprises. The Newberry Cotton Mill will pay a 5 per ceut semi-annual divi dend on a capital stock of $4oo,ooo, amounting to $z6,ooo. The National Bank will pay a semi-annual dividend on the capi tal stock of $igo,ooo, amounting to $6,ooo. The Newberry Savings Bank will pay a semi-annual dividend of 3J per cent on the capital stock of $5o,ooo, amounting to $1,750 The Commercial Bank will pay a semi-annual dividend of 3 per cent on its capital stock of $50,000, amounting to $1,730. The Bank of Prosperity will pay a semi-annual dividend of 3 per cent on its capital stock of $25,ooo, amounting to $750. The People's National Bank of Prosperity, but recently organized, will not declare a dividend at this time, but the business of the bank as been entirely satisfactory and even bette...

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. — 5 January 1904

STABLISHIED 1865 NEWBERRY. S. C. UESDAY. JA.kN IT'ANRY 5. 1901. TpWI A- WEEK. 81.5- YA PATH-STRICKEN CITY OF CHICAGO. Sunday, L)Ve Saturday, Was a Day o: runerals ana ,LlThe Undertakers Had More Than They Could Do. Chicago, Jan. 3.-Sunday was a day of funerals in Chicago and foi the first time in the history of th< city some of the people who desire< to bury their dead were unable tc do so. The unprecedented deland for hearses and carriages wou have been enough in itself to tasl, to the very utmost the resources ol the undertakers, but the heavy snon that has fallenll during the last twc days has increased their difliclltic enormousv. The cemeteries were compelled to kee) men at work all through the night digging graves, and it some of the larger cemeteries they barely managed to dig them fast enough. The list of dead was increased to 588 today by the death of Leroy R ainbold, a boy of four years, whc was severly buied. Tux nu-l~ :s e iOce . Chicago, Jan. v--Tnight every theat...

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. — 5 January 1904

GEN. LONGSTRBBT IS DBAD. The Immediate Cause a Sudden Attack of Pneunionia-A Brief Account of his Career. Atlanta, Ga., January 2.-Gen. James Longstreet, soldier, states man and diplomat, and the last lieu tenant general of tie Confederate army, with the exception of Gen. Gordon, died in Gainesville, Ga., this afternoon at 6 o'clock, from an attack of acute pneutnonia. le has been ill two days. Gen. Longstreet was a sufferer from cancer of the eye, but his gei eral health had beenl goon until Wednesday, when he was seized with a sulden Cold, developing later into pneuinonia of violent nature. He was 84 years old. iis wife, four sons and a daughter survive him. IHe will be buried in Gaines ville, which has been his home siice the civil war. Geni. \ostreet was horn in Idgr W 111istriet, Somith ('aolilna, Jainianv S, 18, I. Ile reiloved il with his Imlotherl to Alahaina iI 8 amd vaus aq1piied froi thIt State to the 1*liiwdStaIes Miltlar', AC.A(lmv where I ws ginaII:ted iI :84.p aid ass...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 5 January 1904

GBN. LONGSTR13BT IS DBEAD. The Immediate Cause a Sudden Attack o Pneumonia---A Brief Account of his Career. Atlanta, Ga.J, Januar 2.--Gen James Longstreet, soldier, states man and (diplomat, and the last lieu tenant general of the ('on federat army, with the exception of Gen Gordon, died in Gainesville, Ga. this afternoon at 6 o'clock, fromi ai attack of acute pneumonia. HR has been ill two days. Gen. Longstreet was a sufferei from cancer of the eye, but his get eral health had been goon utiti Wednesday, whten'I he was seize< with a sudden Cold, developing latei ilito plniiuui(min of violent nature. He was 84 years old. His wife four sons and a dauighter survivt him. le will be buried in Gaines Ville, which has beenl his hione sili the civil war. Gen. lJol;.stiect wa.sl born it Elgelit District, S 'o1th Colina J ' 11a u a v 8, "8- . 1 le ren lm ved w ith his lmot her to A laballia in I I an was apointed froi tht State t< wvhere he( was griniated in :8.1 andl assigle(d to the I...

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. — 5 January 1904

BACHMAN CHAPEL LBTTBEt. Death of Mrs. P. L. Wise-Ani Enjoyablc Dinner at Perry Halfacre's-. Communion at Colony. Slighs, S. C , January 4, 1904. Christmas passed off very quietly throughout this section. No acci dents happened, except that a ne gro, Jeff Ruff, who lives on Dr. Hunter's place, got his hand badly toni up by the explosion of a gun. Mrs. Nancy C.. Wise, wife of Mr. P. L. Wise, died at her home or Saturday night, the 26th, aged 34 years, 2 months and 16 days. Hei infant babe had precededt her to tle spirit land just a few weeks previom to her death. Her remains wer< laid to rest in Colony graveyard or Monday following her death, hei pastor, the Rev. P. H-. R. Derrick, conducting the funeral services. Mrs. Wise was a member of Bach nian Chapel church, and her whok life was a lif'e of peace and (uiietude. She leaves a husband, one sister, two half brothers, two half sistern and a step-mother to mourn her de parture. They have our deepesi syipathy. Anong my Christmas enj...

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. — 5 January 1904

BACHMAN CUAPdL LETTER. Death of Mrs. P. L. Wise -An Enjoyable Dinner at Perry Halfacre's--. Communion at Colony. Slighs, S. C , January 4, 1904. Christmas passed off very quietly throughout this section. No acci dents happened, excFt that a ne gro, Jeff Ruff, who lives on Dr. Hunter's place, got his hand badly torn up by the explosion of a gun. Mrs. Nancy C.. Wise, wife of Mr. P. L. Wise, died at her home on Saturday night, the 26th, aged 34 years, 2 months and x6 days. Her infant babe had preceded her to the spirit land just a few weeks previous to her death. Her remains were laid to rest in Colony graveyard on Monday following her death, her pastor, the Rev. P. H. E. Derrick, conducting the funeral services. Mrs. Wise was a member of Bach man Chapel church, and her whole life was a life of peace and quietude. She leaves a husband, one sister, two half brothers, two half sisters and a step-mother to mourn her de parture. They have our deepest sympathy. Among my Christmas enjoyments...

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. — 5 January 1904

I. Ii U 1.1.. , ts t ut IOW MUtl TO A>VERiTISF. I low% far to I..( with this thing ()I advertisiny,. is mine oif t he kntte, tiestiolls withi wiill tilt- h)Iit." 1111111, es pecially I 1w retalil iercbal lt, lias to <eal. I 's a buisilless axiln that the llterclutit Vi ( d(wt s IlIt ad vert'ise iiI till vailliot sliceecd timw:i;ays, excvpt il it VerV slili w ay. ()It tle ot iler hititid, there is a illiit to event hiti., anll it is iot advisable to spetld sI) inticeh mtt advi.-Itising tha:t ther'e \vIlI )e 1ollii.tg lft to 1tilil the hilsitiess with1. As it getierail ting the 1te 11e rel atit aI a vc:rtisvs i tile m,e 1i 1 se IIs. As for the exact ratio he tweenl gross receipts:llveil ising. it is, of CtIrse imt.possihle to LIa c4own1 :Iny exac:lt i le, bult it is co Cd0d by. sIIccessfIul I in- C ; ,en that ;I rvtu ld (ry v ds Ilkuse. till. tiii g,coh nga e tsn s 'ii .ut OV.. 11 i'eut : ;l\-t: v Is a 'v I I . i led it , t' i e t .,I :t : iin i'u1; t w ,1 t t t' tu C'ill 1 i t ...

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. — 5 January 1904

DECBMBER LIQUOR SALBS. They were $2,000 In Bxeess Of The Sales During December, 1904, at The Newberry Dispensary. The sales at the Newberry dis pensary last month were $2,000 in excess of those during the sarne month of the year previous The figures for last month's busi pes5 are as follows; Sales: Consumers' price ...... $9,156.82 Invoice price ......... .7,167-73 Gross profits........ $1,989.09 Expenses .............. 222.56 Net profits ......... $1,766.53 The Prosperity Dispensary. Following is a statement of the btusiness dons by the Prosperity dis pensary during the. month of )e ceilber: Consumers' price, $1,699 6o Invoice price, -,2(_ 20 Gross profits, c 40 Expenses, 82 28 Net profits, -,22 12 Manrk TWalsk 31f.s.sc-1 the 1101t. 'll(- succ ess achit-veId by .lark Twain during ihis himaing da.ys on the Missil sippi riveri was u( l ot only to the fact that he was a skillful pilot, but that lie was an earnest one as well. A man who knew Mr. Clemens in those days told how the genia...

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. — 5 January 1904

A 11ITU,AL DUEL. ONE MAN IJE4-u AN A1MY. A Scee- :ore l': ijI jg ia a 11111(le n th - A21n11Itis o i r 11111t1 r- -TVe11 'I'lla0u11 t 4 W I 111V.4- - to ti a Terrible Worh of Onse Siva'rd. To give . idua (I' whait :i I l:ave 1ial) VIan do if hel knwrencing Ilhoroughly tund but k-()4) 'nld anCOW1h-14-il in dlanger we wIll r-hite it historical dunel. So IN t raordiai ry is tlils coilit t hat it wouild b- he4ld a runlaict. h:all It nt bemn wtes lp y it whole .1r-Ily. The hiero is J all lmtO is, (Ilt. 4o the gt Inasters, ofl th1-e i i llin ol' l-st c"i. tury, m. i thc due lin plo ilod in ll r ii Il il3. Ill- \ as till, uitleri ,- rils 41f, in : 'ry i T i' I-' r I I Ire I I lit -yse .n i l of I r i, ,l rm d la l tI: iin el-. 'pit lIo p a:n l rital <l Iit i i v f I \I nI I f .\fter I . r :I ll t . it - - ); I i Is:'d 4 1 1, 111 (it ' i4 i ing it l. ii n'' I s i s tl Is I. I 1 th11 1lnokt 1.e f i-11 ilf this :i n- yd llit r Ibii rW d -\ A twv er a h l1e t w l bnor I i,b' the th11 isnt t...

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