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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 24 November 1905

FIGURES WHICH CAUSED ADVANCE IN COTTON Washington, November 21.-The census bureau to,day issued a bulletir placing the amount of cotton ginnec to November 14 at 7,498,167 bales. In 1904 the product of the ginner es up to November 14 was 9,786,641 and in 1903, 6,815.162 bales. The to tal crop of 1904 was 13,451.337 bale4 and of 1903, 9,819,969 bales.. In i9o. about 73 per-cent. of the cotton had 'been ginned to Noveber 14 and ir 1903 about 69 i-2 per cent. The pro duction .;y bales for the present yeai by states is'as follows: Alabama 92,918; Arkansas 313,164 Florida 56,612; Georgia 1,437,099; In dian Territory 183.550; Kansas Kentucky 471; Louisiana 283,074; Mis sisippi 664,170; Missouri 22,143; Nortl Carolina 510,124; Oklahoma 179,839 South Carolina 914,772; fTennes.se< 156,393; Texas 1,822,942; Virgini5 10,896. "Christ With Us," a poem by Ed win Markham, with apropriate decor ations, fills .the first page of the Wo. man's Home Companion for Decem ber, and the remainder of the m...

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. — 24 November 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. -The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Nisit Newberry. Mr. L. G.'Eskridge -will leave Sat urday. morning for" Shelby, N. C., on a visit. Miss Maude !Langford will leave Saturday morning f6r Atlanta where she will spend some time. She will -also visit Selma. Alabama. before re 4urning home. Col. and Mrs. P. C. Smith, of Ki nards. spent Thursday in Newberry. They will go -to Greenville on the 29th to spend Thanksgiving with their son, P. C.: Smith, Jr.. who is -a student of N. Furman University. Mayor R. H. Welch was in out city Wednesday. ' Dr. D. S. Pope. of Columbia. is the -guist of judge Y. J. Pope. Mrs. E. Cavenaugh, of Wilmington, N. C., is visiting friends in and around Newiberry. Miss Vivian Caldwell. who has been te guest of the Misses Wilson for a few .weeks, reurne'.to -her 'home at Greenyille Wdnesday. Mrs Sopie. Redus, who has been in ~ilf'health for -some' time left yes terday for Philadelp'hia - where 'she -will iemain awhile for tret...

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. — 28 November 1905

. 'mr VOL. XLII. NO. 134 NEWBERRY, S. 0.. TUESDAY NOVEMBER 28, t905.TWCAWEK$15YAY PLEDGING FIFTEEN CENTS. Harvie Jordan Asks All Farmers to Pledge and to Act Quickly. Hon. James Wilson, secretary of -agriculture, Washington, D. C. said last Saturday that the crop report is sued by his department last week was accurate and trustworthy and that it indicated a crop in the neighborhood of ten million bales for this year. This coincides with the recent report of the Southern Gotton association of .9,441,ooo bales, which did not include linters and city crop, which would have made -the total in !the neighbor hood of ten million bales. Thus we find the crop estimate from The tw most reliable sources for information at this time agreeing almost to a bale. Se;cretary Willson's assertion at this time also forecasts the Decemiber 4th estimate of the yield by his depart -ment as there can be but little or no 4change in thec rop during the next two weeks. I have recently spenc ten days in the ea...

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. — 28 November 1905

. I. EVANS ON THE DISPENSARY READY FOR THE FIREWORKS SAYS CHAIRMAN OF BOARD. Reason for Not Talking-Says He Was Restrained by His Lawyers -As to Purchases and Help Employed. The Columbia correspondent of the Augusta Chronicle sends the follow ing 'to his paper: There is no escape from the -conclu sion that Chairman "Hub" Evans is Misjudged by those who are constru ing his present silence under -the ava lanche of charges and insinuations and influences !that have been brought against him by Senator Tillman, by the newspapers, by the dispensary in vestigating commizson and by the public generally as a manifestation of any yellow streak" in the bluff New berrian's make-up, do not know their man. His silence, and the silence of the other members of -the board, have been wondered at, but those who know Mr. Evans kn-ow that whatever other fault 'may be found with -him that he is game, that he comes from game stock, that his nerve has been tested in eight or ten deadly com bats, and that h...

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. — 28 November 1905

ODD ACCIDENT INSURANCE. T'iolinist Guarded at All Vulnerable Points by $16o,ooo Policy. N.rw York World. If Jan Ku.belik, the violinist, s'hould g-t a splinter in one of his fingers and be forced to abandon his public engagements, accident insurance at tle rate of $71.50 a day would have to h.e paid to him. Should the finger f Xi to heal and be cut off Kubelik ould receive $,o.ooo cash. 'Should Kubelik be killed in an ac -dent his widow would receive his emire insurance-$160,ooo. The only .ar Kubelik could get as much as ThaN would 'e to have both hands and z amputated and both eves put out. . Kuhelik, who arrives in New York ext Monday for a tour of twenty 1-ee weeks. has been insured for six -ar. His present policy is with the Dcean Accident and Guarantee Com r;av. of London, and he pays $480 a year on it. The policy stipulates that Kubelik, in -the event of losing a toe or foot shall receive $25,oo0. -Two coes, it on the same foot. would not -n.et any more than one toe, nor would...

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. — 28 November 1905

E.H. AU LL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at N ew berry, S. C., as second class matter. f t TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1905 . Governor Heyward has decided to let .the constables remain in Green 'ville and Spartanburg and we pre sume will let them remain in Ander son ;also. It seems that in these coun ties the opinion of the people is di vided on the wisdom of the governor's action, some of them holding that the law can be a:s well enforced without the constables as with them while others hold t-he contrary view. In view of the conflicting tpinions f and -with the fact that the law is be ing violated the governor has decided to leave the constables in all the coun ties now voting out the dispensary until the legislature meets and then let 5 that body determine what shall be done. As we understand The Brice law it is left optional with the Cgov- C ernor what course he shall pursue. t The law carries with it a levy of one- " h-alf mill tax on all the property in the -county voting out t...

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. — 28 November 1905

TINY LITTLE BOY AND AN. iiCIET ARiNER HOW THEY BECAME COWORK ERS IN MISERY. A Masterly Piece of Commingled Pathos and Humor by Col. James T. Bacon. Col. James T. Bacon, of Edgefield, writes as follows in the News and Courier: It is a lovely little blonde boy, not quite three years of age. He has wax-dioll hair, earnest blue eyes and an absolutely faultless complexion. His little figure is manly and beauti ful, and his little legs and arms are chubby and strong. He looks like the angels. And, what is rmore, as things go in these days, he is the im age of Buster Brown. Many millions! of people who never heard of the cher ubim and seraphim, know' and love Buster Brown. Yes, at this period it pays better to look like Buster Brown .than like "St. Mitchael and 'all angels." The little boy has lived -his brief three years entirely with four grow.n-up and fairly-cultivated people-a grandmoth er, who is elderly, and a grand uncle, 'born in the very remotest depths of an:tiquity. Consequently...

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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. — 28 November 1905

To~ be sold at less littl.e money as yo Section. The suc * possible. So encot tinue in business. once. During this s * Have patience when o *This Big 16 Colos Four big tables a Goods. About 200 from 98c. to $1.50 y for this big 10-days Another big pile c wide in the lot, and - table, your choice fi - Now comes the flr Goods, worth &5c , a *big tables, your cho Black Seeing is believinj w.ill be time well e Follow the crowds yourself at Mimrnau - 200 pieces fine E for 69 to 85e. yd., ta - 40 275 pieces Black 40 for only 69c. yd. 4 o All 85, 40, and a 25e yd. Dou't buy Mimnat -200 large white Be 275 large white Be! 243 large white $i.49. 100 large white $1 89. 100 large white 52 49 .OOds, Mu than cost of production i U can in this big 10 days cess of our Last June Sal iraged have we been by the ~ 300DS MUST GO.no ma ale we will sell these goods fi ur store is crowded as its dollars SDays' Sale Posi I.a red Dress toods! Table Lir a you enter the door ' led with all kinds of Dress T...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 28 November 1905

oip will never have *mmense preparati< miory of those whc that I have decided t SUST TURN THIS ads sent out on apprc his big 10 days' sale app aturday, Ded G KEEP TnDy , THELet nothing keep you away. The h< T, THE 50c. and 75c., for this big 10-days sale 36-in. Black Taffeta Silk, sells the 'i 10-days sale 75c. yd.. 36-in Black Taffeta Silk, sells th,e big 10-days sale 95c. yd. Don't miss this big 10-days Silk sale. - -Another cake-taker. 52-in. Black B: - 10-days sale for only 48c yd - Rain or Shine the Sale Starts The Millinery.] A clean sweep in Millinery. Our closed out in the big Ten Days Sale rej Mimnnaugh style to carry goods over u * notice to all. If you pay the other mil it is not my fault - 100 Ladies' ready to wear Hats wort entire lot quickly your choice for 49e Aottwo hundred Ladies' Fine Tri to$.0during the big monster sale, ij -One hundred Ladies' Fine Trimmed ] or th Bigmov the entire lot quikly take your< Al35 to 50c. BayCaps during the LJ~ All 75 and $1.0...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 28 November 1905

- INDUSTRIAL GROW.TH. What the Year's Record of 'i-dustria Development on the Southern Railway Reveals-The Uni form Rate of Progress. Following the usual custom ot ac quainting i'ts readers with the indus trial growth of the teritory served by the Southern Railway Lines, for sta ted periods, the Southern Field pre. sents in this issue a brief summar of the development recorded by th< Land and Industrial Department fo: the year ended on June 130, 1905, ir comparison with other years. ThiE statement, covering 'tributarv coun try in Virginia, the Carolinas, Tennes see, Kentucky, Alabama, Georgia Mississippi, Indiana and Illinois in cldes the development taking place along the lines of the Mobile an< Ohio and subsidiary lines operated it connection with Southern Railwa: lines proper. The inquiries of th< Land and Industrial Department cov er not only the developments -of pro ductive industry-industrial estab lishments -and operations whic!h con - tribute to the tonnage of the r...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 28 November 1905

*VA Beginning Tuesday mornin lower than the lowest. We January Prices which posit one-third per cent. to the g store, and if we can't rove money, then go elsewhere. 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. English Broadcloth, worth the world over $1.00, for 75c. yd. 24 in. Sllk 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.wr 36 in. Changeable and Black Taffeta, th $...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 28 November 1905

SHORTAGESIN SALUDA COUNT REPORT OF THE EXPERT AC. COUNTANTS. The Shortages Not Large and Prob ably Due To Bad Bookkeeping Rather Than Intentional Wrong. The grand jury of Saluda coun-t] has had a special committee at worl on the financial condition of the coun tv for the past several months an thev had a special expert to examini the books of the officers. The repor was made last Monday. We give be low the report of the expert, Mr. A T. Haltiwanger. as printed in the Salu da Standard of last week. Ou-r special committee appointed tC examine the books of county officiah have submitted .the following report: Expert Accountant's Report. Saluda. S. C., November 18, igo5 Messrs. Jas. D. Watson, R. M. Bleas< and L. M. Werts, Committee. Dear Sirs: I beg to -hand you 'herewith -a re port of -The books of the officials o Saluda county: Exhibit B is a list of claims paid or by the treasurer which were not ir accordance with law, as they were,de fective -in not having the signature ol eithe...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 28 November 1905

CHARLES WESLEY ABSENT MINDED. N.ashville Christian Advocate. Charles Wesley, one hundred and 'twenty-one of whose songs are sent forth anew in the Methodist Hymnal. was perhaps the mast winning per sonality of all that gifted family. A writer in the Lon,don Vesleyan Mag azine gives some itraditions of - his daily life and its association with Marvlebone church, where h- now lies -uried. When in middle life he fe. tlhe call to leave Bristol and take up mssion work in the city of Lon don, he and ihis beloved wife were mucra troubled for want of a house to live in. They at last betook them selves to prayer. The answer to that prayer is Qne of she romances of Methodism. It came in the shape of a letter from a rich wijow who offer -ed them her house in Maryleb'one to be used as their own. W6th his devoted wife, Sarah, and his 'two little sons settled in his home, Wesley used to ride about the lanes of the village (as it was then) on a plump gray pony, busy. with -his mis sion work and co...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 28 November 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mr. H. 0. Long has bought Mrs. M. E. Werts' Silver Street place. The price paid was $3,000. Mr. J. L. Aul1, of Dyson, is in the city. Hon. Thos. P. Cothran, of Green ville, is attending court this week. Miss Anita Davidson is clerking at Mayes' book store and will be pleased to see her friends. Mayes' book store has issued a free ticket which will take you direct to OJeir great holiday display of all the nice and pretty and valuable things for Christmas. Mr. Geo. T. Reid. of Chappells, is in the city -this week. Mr. J. L. Sease of this county is visiting his son, Solicitor Thos. S. Sease, of Spartanburg. Mr. Eduard Scholtz and family will move -t6 Charlotte, N. C', next Mon day -where they -will make thir home. We regret to lose -them from Newber ry but wish for them much success in their new home. Messrs. Burr Martin and Haskell Wrigbt, of Newberry, visited the lat tei's brother in a section of...

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 December 1905

L. XLII. NO. 135 NEWBERRY. S. C., DECEMBER 1. 1905. TWICE A WEEK, $150 A YEAR RAILWAY LAW. Ser6ator B. R. Tillman Strenuous in )Support of Rate Regtllation Measure. the Baltimore Sun prints the fol nwing fron, its Wasihington -orres pondent: "The ways of the cuttle !fish are dark and inky. So are those of the railroad cuttlefish. Whenever the former is pursued it emits a black fkid to becloud the waters and euable it. to escape. Railroad opposition to rate legislation has been employing cuttlefish tactics to escape legisla tion, but this endeavor is, in my opin ion, a vain one, because I believe an adequate legislative remedy will be provided as sure as fate." This statement was made in an in terview on the railroad rate problem to a correspondent of the Sun this evening by Senator Benjamin R. Til man, South Carolina, who is 'he. ranking democratic member of the senate interstate commerce commit e -' of *hich Senator Elkins, of West Vir ginia, is chairman. Mr. Tillman will, if his h...

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 December 1905

or the estimates of the revenue were too high, indebtedness thereafter in curred in the prosecution of 'the en terprise would nevertheless be valid, because the law is not so unreasonable as to require in such circumstances the waste of the public funds which would be consequent upon the abandonment of the work in an incomplete condi tion. Judicial expression as to -rhis limitation upon the power of munic ipal officers to contract debts in the name of the corporations, which we think should be insisted on, is not as explicit as might be desired, but This view is clearly intimated in the very strong opinion of the court delivered by Mr. Justice Bradley in Nashville vs. Ray, supra. And the view of Judge --Dillon is that the usual grants of mu -nicipal powers contemplates that the expense of the execution of such powers shall be met year by year from revenue derived from current taxation and other ordinary sources. * ** , is not an authority to the con -trary, for there one of the bond...

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 December 1905

TOAQTT orrespondent artially Agree -Sustains As ci -the Editor of Th -have read with ve e res.t your editorials com ations from vario arties, and I am rather disposed to believe e nearly right in your conclu I cannot quite agree with your s of the action of the officers planters' association in trying dge holders of cotton to con to hold for 15 cents. I doubt if i will reach-t'hat price and I doubt if it -will benefit the producer of cotion in the long run if it does, but still I fully sympathize with the motive which induces the effort. I fully agree with you that the ideal to be desired is your plan of an un derstanding between the spinner and the grower as to a price and the effort to hold it at that, Ibut how is an agree 1nent to be come to when the spinner, as a rule, always on a declining mar 1cet, waits for a further dAecline; and their scant numbers and their knowl -edge of the utter lack of organization among the farmers makes it compara tively easy for them to wait on a de...

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 December 1905

E.H. AULL. Erics. H'ntered at the Postoffice at New *erry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY, DECEMBER z, 1905. Organization Needed. November 21, 1905 iThe Herald and News, Newberry, S. C., Dear Sirs:--Have you in your files any special issue of your paper, or any other .printed matter which describes the city of Newberry, and tributary country? We own an issue of bonds on your city, and have little informa tion on the town other than financial. Should you be unable to supply us with anything of the kind, we would thank you to turn our letter over to a local Board of trade or other organi zation, which might be abile to sup ply us with data. We would appreciate yoiur early compliance with .the above request, and trust chat you may have the de sired information. We publish the above simply to call the attention of our citizens to the dearth, if not total absence of the in formation desired by our correspond ent and our inability to comply with his request. In season and out of se...

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 December 1905

wberry's greatest mone: customers as well as ices and best goods. Cc best selected stock in this stock will not only give per than you can find elsewhei ronage of the people of thic have been kept so busy th we have added three comr Our incomparable bargain /a duty to let this whole si everything in our line at loi Silks and Dress G< Anything that is new and stylish in Sifks and E stock and at competition killing prices. We hav few of the many good values in these lines. 4 pieces 36 inch Black Taffeta Silk, others sell for $1.00, 01 6 pieces 36 inch TaffetakSilk, others sell for $125, our price 4 pieces 36 inch Taffeta Silk, others sell for $150, our prie 10 pieces 36 inch all shades, cNangeable Taffeta Silk, othei 10 pieces 19 inch all shades, changeable Taffeta Silk, other 10 pieces 27 inch all shades, China Silk, others sell for 65c .10,pieces,27 inch Plaid Silks,.others sell for 98c., our price Come to see us on silks. We know we,can please you. 50 bolts of all wool mixtures,...

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 December 1905

THE SOUTH CAROLINA FARMERS UNION. The state council of the Farmers' Educarional and cooperative union of South Carolina, at .the meeting held in Anderson last week, decided to make known to the public at large the foli iowing main dbjects of its mission in our state: First. To teach our farmers how to produce proficable crops. Second. How best to market our products so as to turn the profits of our produce into -the 'han-ds of the producers, instead of allowing the non producers to reap these benefits. To the Press of the State. We believe that it will be to the mutual interest of the Farmers' union and the press of the country for the Farmers' union to use and advocate its cause and principles through all escab lished newspapers of the country with out preference so long as the present friendly and cordial relations between the Farmers' union and the press of the state prevails. To the Farmers of South Carolina. We bplieve that the farmers of the state appreciate, the fact that the...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
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