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

ENGLISH SELF MADE MAN. -He Must Overcome Greater Difficul ties Than the American. London Chronicle. Americans are never tired of tell ing us 'that theirs is the country of ,slf-made,,men. It is, thowever, open to ques-tion if there ever was an age or country in which a man of strong character and ability could not force 'himself to the front and open a career pretty much according tb. his will. Even under despotic governments wonderful stories are told of men of plebeian origin ob-aining high rank for some service to the state accom plished under the patronage -of the& court. In eastern empires a large -propkortion of the most successful statesmen and generals have been slaves by birth. In western Europe there is always some circumstance of the period which favors 1he .rise of low born ability. In war time a great soldier or engineer is recognized with out thought of is parentage. There has 'always been plenty of military ability when ambition has been at tracted in,that directi...

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 November 1905

Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C.. as second class matter. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1905. Harvie Jordan now talks about 15 cents per pound for cotton. The farmers have the matter in their own hands but having won the position taken by the Southern Cotton associa tion at Asheville the matter might be left to the judgment of each cotton grower. P-he inonument' to the late N. G. Gdizales 'which has 'been erected in Columbia will be unveiled on the 23rd. The exercises will be in charge of Mr. W. A. Clark, president of the Gonza les monument association. The ad dress will be delivered by Rev. Dr. S. M. Smith, a friend of Mr. Gonzales. Greenville voted out the dispensary on Tuesday.by a very large majority. It seems now to be a matter of course that when an election is ordered in a county'on the dispensary that the re sult is fixed from the beginning and very few people take any interest in it. We congratulate our neighbor, Prosperity, on the handsome ne' school 1building which 'h...

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 November 1905

For E * YowwilFfird m scattered here old goods carri + manufactories. + goods direct fri a minute to sp pretty things si +WHY DO -SO + Some people much. broader they discoverei Hundreds com + Hundreds corr year cut shop ticularlV emphC + Newberry. I a The items mer Things that Awa TO THO'SE WHO ~WRI'IE A word fitly spoken is no more metial than the word genteelly wr ten. A persofi's opinion of you is te~n formed from the paper you wr on, so beware.of cheap paper. C Linen 'Lawn and Bond Paper is 0. * I am now showing a full stock of< * erything in the stationery line. * TO THE OFFICE MAN. -I am prepared to meet y'our eve ~ * want. Blank Books .of all kinds, I2 Pens, Penstaffs, Ink stands, Carb paper, Typewriter pgper and Oil. C * furnish all office fixtures and Th.st t not least a Fox Typewriter. * BOOKS. p eTheris adly at person whio e * ~~igristmas giftsgoc-buy w1io shiould I consider the selection of books. Booc are equally desirable for young a * Large as my stock was last yea...

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 November 1905

NEWS IN WAR TIMES. England Hopes Hereafter to Emulate the Example of Japan. Baltimore News. The control of news in war time is being discussed in England. The value of secrecy to a belligerent nation is -of vital importance. Every one real izes what an advantage Japan )had by keeping the whereabouts of her ar mies and ships unknown to the world. Tokio was the silent city of -the war. Th-e news that came over the cable tbld only of results. In fact, the cen sor -rent so far as to refuse the con- 1 'firmation of some results. For exam pe, it was not until after the battle of the Sea of Japan that Tokio an iounced the sinking of -the battleship Yashima by a mine while blockading Port Arthur. The Yashima went down on May 15, 1904, but it was not -until June I, 1905, tbat Tokio blandly bulletined: "The necessity for se crecy no longer existing, the navy de partment announces the loss of the battle Yashima," etc. Of course, the news agencies had reported the loss of the Yashima from Chine...

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 November 1905

RELIABLE Are showing the bes stock ever brought t for best grade good! Hand Bags Huyler's Fi Cut Glass, China Sala< Japanese V Fine Parlor Perfumes a Weguaranteesatisf: W E.Pei Reliable Dress There is'one always count nished by us, i Our Furniture isti Our S$tyIet Our F Now is your time new stock. We have moved oi to the double gran it liams, on upper M opening the most c4 ever opened in Nie w the celebrated H an FOR BA RC 'FURD In i"rii-i nUdS En' KIbIgCu M &soN PHARMACISTS t selected and handsomest o Newberry; lowest prices and Purses, ne Candy, i Bowls and Sets, ases and Pottery, and Hanging Lamps, .nd Toilet Ware. action with every purchase. im sons, Drug Store. thing that you can on in -the homes fur ind that is "Comfort." le Newest, Are the Best, rices Are the Lowest, to buy. Inspect our big, ar entire stock of furniture a front store of R. C. Wil ain street, .where we are >mplete line of Furniture b -.rry. We are agents for vn Pianos and Organs. IAINS INL 4ITURE AND...

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 November 1905

THE 'NEWS OF PROSPERITY. The New School Building Dedicated -Pastor Kreps to be Installed -Other News. Prosperity, November 15.-Our town was very much. surprised on Wednesday morning by the report that two of our popular young people had decided to double their joys and divide their sorrows. It was expected in the near future but .not so soon. The two happy young people who have stated- out on. life's j.ourney were the obliging young merchant, MT. J. Arthur Counts and Miss Geor gie Schumpert. Rev. M. 0. J. Kreps performed the )marriage ceremony. We extend our congratulations to our young friends and wish long life and much happiness. Rev. .and!Mrs. Kreps ihave gone to Augusta, Georgia, to be present at he marriage of their son on Wednesday evening. The grand event of the week was the dedication of the new school build ing. The town and district is to be congratulated on 'the completion of the modern school house. After long waiting it now crowns the highest point in town and points t...

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. — 21 November 1905

? 41 VOL. XLIIL N0. 131 NEWBERRYo S. 0., TUESDAY NOVEMBER 2l~1905o TWIEAWEK115 COTTON ASSOCIATION DEXANDS 15 CENT ORGANIZATION WAGING WA ON SPECULATORS. A Vigorous Campaign on Foot-Se retary Weston Talks of the Fight Now Being Made by Southern Cotton Associ ation. That the Southern Corton associ tion is in earnest in the fight to resi and put aside the speculator to tf welfare and benefit of the produce no one .who yesterday visited the offic of Mr. F..H. Weston, the secretary < the South Carolina division, can doub His office force was busily engage sending out literature to the variot counties and there Iwere other ev dences that the work is being pushe in no uncertain way. Asked for an interview concernin this recent activity on the part of tl association, Mr. Weston said: "Today, I am in receipt of instru tions from headquarters in Atlan1 to institute a movement toward si curing pledges from the farmers fc the cotton which they now have o hand for 15 cents. "We know that ther...

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. — 21 November 1905

THE BRICE LAW AGAIN. The Matter Up Berore Justice Pope To Be Heard in Supreme Court On December 4. The dispensary fight against the Brice law by Messrs. Bellinger & Welch and John G. Capers continues. Major Robert H. Welch appeared be fore Chief Justice Y. J. Pope at chambers on Thursday afternoon and secured two orders in connection -with this matter. ' In both macters the petitioner is Adam L. Aull, a resident taxpayer of the County of Newberry. In the first petition he sets out that out of the net income derived by the Sate from the sale of liquors in this state under the dispensary law, after apportion ing. the required amount to the defi ciencies existing in The various coun ties of the state, there is still re maining in the State Treasurer's hands, subject to payment on the warrant of the Comptroller General, a large surplus -subject to the ap portionment by the Comptroller Gen eral, and of which, he contends, the common schools of Newberry are en titled to a portion of s...

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. — 21 November 1905

Facts are always more or less forceful. Here every department teems with just s are not economical at any price, no matt afford is in the end the most economical. good selling. Mimnaugh set the pace fo high prices and put high class merchandi THIS WEEK'S BILL OF FARE. Clip this "ad" out and bring it with you, for we can fill it to a "T". THANKSGIVING TABLE LINENS. 5 pieces 72-in. extra heavy cream and bleached Table Damask, choice of several patterns, an extraordinary value, worth everywhere 75c. yd., special for Thanksgiving sale 49c. yd 5 pieces 72-in. double Satin Damask, best Linen on earth, and worth $1.50 yd., special for this sale 89c. Yd. 200 doz. Napkins 59c., 98c., $1.25, $1.49 up to $3.50 doz. TABLE LINENS DIRECT FROM BELFAST, IRELAND, TO.NEWBERRY, S. C. Short lengths Table Linens 2, 2 1-2, 3, 3 1-2 yds. long to go at half price. We carry the best stock of Table Linens in upper Carolina. MIMNAUGH'S BIG SHOE STOCK Requires a bigger spread i1 advertising space, as this mamm...

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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. — 21 November 1905

~.H. AU!,L, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1905. Library Day. State Superintendent of Education 0. -B. Martin has designated Decem ber 15, as Library Day for the pub lic schools that more libraries under the Aull act may be established. Superintendent Martin requests that schools that have not already secured a library adop -some form of public entertainment to secure funds for this purpose. After December 31, the appropriaiton made by the legislature for this year will no longer be -avail able. This in an important matter and we urge our teachers to 'ake ajdvan tage of the opportunity offered. Unquestionably the cotton growers of the south through their different organizations have -won a signal vic tory in the advance of the price of Their staple product. Now let those who have been lukewarm or stood aloof entirely from any association Immediately become members -thereby enlarging and strengthening the va rious ...

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. — 21 November 1905

*The Mi Beginning Tuesday morni lower than the lowest. W January Prices, which pos one-third per cent to the , store, and if we can't provi money, then go else wher Dress Goods and Silks that we sell for less. Black Broadcloth, Henrietta and Amurer Cloth that sells for $1.25 for 84c. yd. Black and colored Mohair, Serge, Venetian and Melrose, sells for 65c., for 45c. yd. Black Panama and Mohairs, sells for 35c., for 22 1-2c. yd. Mixed Suiting, 46 in. wide, worth and sells for $1.00, for 49c. yd. The best Covert Cloth, worth and sells for 65c., for 45c. yd. 56-in. Mount Pele Suiting, stands the storm, sells for $1.00, for 59c. yd. 54-in. English Broadcloth, worth the world over $1.35, for 90c. yd. 54-in. Englisn Broadcloth, worth the world over $1.00, for 75c. yd. 24-in. Silk Shirt Waist Patterns, changeable effects, these goods were bought at a low price and are worth 75c. and $1.00 yd. We sell them at the half price notch, only 45c. .yd 36-in. Changeable and Black Taffeta, worth $1....

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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. — 21 November 1905

All Right At Last. Detroit News. Before President Angell, of th T.-rsity of Michigan, had attaine Ao 'iis present high position a youn hopeful entering college was recorr mended to his consideration: "Try the boy out, professor; cri icise 'him and .tell us botih- what yo hink," the parents said. To facilitate acquainitance the pr( fessor took the boy for a walk. Afte 10 mirrutes' silence the youth vencu ed: "tFine day, professor." Yes," with a far-away look. Ten minutes more and the youn man, squirming all the time, venturec "This is -a pleasant iwalk, professor. "Yes." For another ten minutes the matr cuilate boiled to this b,nes and the blrted out that he thought the might have rain. "Yes," and this time thie professc -went on: "Youngman, we have bee wal-king together for a half an hou: ard you have said nothing which wa not commonplace -and stupid." "True," answered the boy, his wra passing this modesty; "and you er dorsed every word I said." Then -they laughingly shook hand and ...

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. — 21 November 1905

HOW ANIMALS SLEEP. The Modes and Postures in Which c Various Animals Take Rest. It Translation in the Literary Digest. S In what posture does a bear sleep? : What positions are assumed by the c monkey, the elephant, the tiger, dur- 1 ing slumber? Do fishes sleep? To h answer such questions as these one c would ordinarily be obliged to search i: through many works on natural his tory, but Mr. A. Peres has gathered i; togethier a large number of facts along f this line in an intere6ting article which s he contributes to Cosmos. Such i-tems i, of .informatin, he says, belong to v the class of "common things that no- c body knows." Of them the ordinary c reader says: "<That's odd'; I never < thougfh of it before! while many stu- i dents of natural -history must confess * ignorance. In the first place Mr. t Peres takes up the creatures that t sleep standing, among which, he tells v us, are included the ass and the mule, s as well as the elephan-t and most of t the otIh;er pachyderm...

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. — 21 November 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mr. W. H. Carwile spent Sunday al home. Mrs. D. S. Pope is visiting friend: in Newberry. Miss Dorothy Welch, of Columbia is visiting at Mrs. Geo. McWhircer's Miss S. C. Dean, of Greenville, i visiting relatives in the city. Mrs. Ann Jeter, of Columbia, 1 visiting Mrs. Y. J. Pope. Miss Lula Rikard, of Long Lane is clerking for J. A. Mimnaugh. Mrs. J. L. Williamson returned or Saturday from a visit to Chester. Mr. W. M. Kennedy, of Charleston spent Sunday in Newberry. The Misses Brown, who have beei visiting friends in :the city, left fo their home yester-day. Mrs. Y. J. Pope will entertain number of friends this afternoon a cards in honor of Mrs. D. S. Pope, o Columbia. Miss Fannie McCaughrin returne< home Wednesday from Charleston where she has been to attend the De Loach-Holmes wedding. The young men of the college gav a dance Friday night which was great ly enjoyed ;by those present. Mrs. Si...

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 November 1905

VOL. XLII. NO. 132 NEWBERRY. S. 0.. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 24.1905. TWICE A WEEK. $1.50 YEAR SEGRETARY WESTON SAYS HOLD FOR 15 GEN HE PREDICTS YET HIGH] PRICES FOR.-COTTON. If the Manufacturers Refused to I xi Cents When they Could Have Gotten the Staple at That Price They SMust Take Consequences. Columbia, November 22.-'-Mr. . Weston, who is now in charge the office of the-South Carolina C ton Growers' association, while Pr ident E. D. Smith is out in Te> mushing the fight and getting thew< S -planned for next year, has given< an imp&rtant card to the press of I &ate, which ought to be of espec inte'rest. He writes as. follows: To the Farmers of South Caroliz In-the absence of our State preside ir. E. D. Smith, who is now cz vassing Texas in the interest of I Southern Cotton accosiation, I i -sire to say a few words to you in r erence to the app'eal that has rece ly been made to you by the cent office, at Atlanta, to hold your cbtt for higher prices. Let me remind y that ...

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 November 1905

THE DISPENSARIES WILL NOT BE GLOSET CHIEF JUSTICE POPE GRANTS RESTRAINING ORDER. Applies to Greenville Alone--Latesi Move by Bellinger & Welch in Their Endeavor to Prove -,"Brice Law" Unconsti tutional. The State. of-yesterday prints -the following in the further fight 'hich is being made in the courts against the voting out of the dispensaries in the several counties of this state which has -been going merrily or despite the injunction cases: A new move was made yesterday im the legal fight -the object of -which is to prove that the "Brice law" is un constitutional. In rhe litigation Which has started prior to this time the at. tempt has been made to have reopened the dispensaries which have already been closed. The new move mean! that an attempt will be made to pre vent the dispensaries from being closed at all. At 'Newherry last night Chief Jus tice Pope at -chainbers granted a tem porary injunction restraini'ng th county board from closing the dis pensaiy until the board cou...

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. — 24 November 1905

COUNTY DISPENSARIES THE SOLUTION THIS SEEMS TO BE THE FINAL END OF PRESENT DRIFT. The State Dispensary Must Go-A Forecast Probable Action Next Legislature-Prohibition Sen timent Will Prevail Both House and Senate. The Columbia correspondent of the Charleston News nd Courier writes his paper as follows: "It is nol many weeks now before the general assembly will meet here. Taxation and liquor will be the two -,most important and serious ri1atters %hat will be discussed. There are- a great many folks -who are speculating what is going to be done about the dispensary situation and how-the li quor problem can be settled. . There is no one who -can tell. It is a very much worse prophecy than to speculate on cotton, .as there ap pearsy to -be much more certainty about the price of cotton remaining good thin there is that the'general assembly will do one thing or another. The members from Pickens and Cherokee and York and Spartanburg andt Greenville are most likely going to carry out by 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. — 24 November 1905

E. H - AULL, SDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C.. as second class matter. IFRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1905 The people of. Cherokee -township in Cherokee county -have senE a pe tition to Governor Hey-ward urging the governor to place a state con stable at Blacksburg. They state that since The dispensaries were voted out at Blacksburg and Gaffney, the increase of illicit manufacture and sale of liquor has been so great, it is a source of annoyance to the respect able and law abiding residents of that township. iThe -governor, of course, has not yet had time to take an,y ac ..tion on -the petition. This action will be a surprise to many people inasmuch as it has been constantly held that the people of Cherokee county could and would en force the prohibition law which has .been effective since 'the dispensaries have been voted out. it will be re -membered~that Cherokee was the first county tq'call an election, and to vote on the question under the provisions of what is known...

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. — 24 November 1905

Card Of Thanks. The Editor of The Herald and News We desire. to publicly express ou heart felt thanks to our neighbors an friends w.ho were so kind to us an, our dear da Mter, .ary. while in he last illness of six weeks from tha dre-ad disease tuberculosis of the bow el!. Every one of your kind act will always be cherished in our heart! While -we are overwhelmed -with grie yovr kind acts -and sympathy help%t lighteti the burden of our hearts. Mbst sincerely, B. B. Hiller and .wife. Walter's mamma was very sic with rheumatism, and -he was rubbin her arms when she said, "Walter. i is too bad that mamma is such trouble to you." Walter replied cheerfully: "Neve mind, mamma. If you are only ju alive we don't care how much yo suffer." One of the duties of to-day is t qualify yourself for to-morrow. The desire Qf knowledge, like th thirst of riches, in:reases ever wit the acquisitioi of it. No. 6102 REPORT Of the Condition of The First N tional Bank, at Whitmire, in ti State of South Carol...

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. — 24 November 1905

SG OF OD --BREEDING. Forms of Etiquette That All Peopl Should Observe. A bow should always be returne even though one,may be mistaken fo Ssomelone else, and *co give the cut di rect is a discourtesy of which n6 per son of good breeding should be guilt3 It is perfeetly easy 'to acknowledg a salutation with such dignity bu brevity of glance as to plairily shov that one does, not. care to have any thing but a very formd acquaintanc with the person spoken to. A man always raises his hat whei pres-ented to* a woman or- to anothe man. He should -also i-aise it whei meeting or, taking ]Cave of a woman when she first speak'sto him for.What ever reason, when he- offers his ser vices in any way, even though' sh< may be .a stranger to- him, such .a when enering an elevator where.wo men are present or in opening.a dooi for a woman to pass through. In fact a man cannot -be too careful in show ing this ,ttle act of cotirtesy wheneve the least apology would be in order says te Philadelphia Pres...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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