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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 1 December 1905

PACIFIC MUTUAL I ts peculiar LEGAL organizl rance Compauy in America, Greatest GLarantees written i y at less cost. Its non-partici pany doing business in this st he following are the RATES lan. e. Whole Life 20 Payment Li 20 $14.65 $22.60 .21 15 00 22.95 22 15.35 23.30 23 15.70 23.70 "24 16.05 24.10 25 1645 24.55 26 1685 25 00 27 17,30 25.45 28 17.75 2590 29 1825 26.40 30 18.75 2695 31 19.25 27.50 32 19.80 28.05 33 20.40 2860 34 21.05 29.20 35 21.70 2985 36 22.40 3050 37 23.15 31.20 38 23.90 31.95 39 24.75 32.70 40 25.60 33.50 41 25.55 34.35 42 27.55 . 35.25 Call to see us. R( Office over Post Office. . .THB NBWRBERRI Newbei Capital stock paid in Surplus . . Deposits. We do business on i We extend .every c -with safe and sound k Feur per cent, paid D?partment. Burglar JAS. LeR1fSH, 7 President. *Tliousan< -En TmA W. T.TA A firm that has alwa goods. This Fall we have a MillInery, Shoes and ( ing at prices that we i See the Women' sDi at $1.350, every pairw< to be solid leather...

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 December 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. President Scherer, of Newberry col lege, attended the meeting of 'he Southern Educational association at Nashville, Tennessee, last week.-Lu .theran Visitor. .Rev.:J. C. Wessinger, the new pas tor of the St. Philip's charge of the South Carolina synod, has changed his address from Prosperity to Lit tle Mountain, S. C.-Lutheran Visitor. Mrs. D. S. Pope and Mrs. Ann Je ter, of Columbia, after a pleasant vis it to relatives in the city, left -for their home on Wednesday. Miss Lurline Evans is home from Columbia college to spend Thanks giving. Mrs. W. E. Belcher and children left Wednesday for fleveland, Ten nessee, where they will make their fu ture home. Miss Louise Sheppard, of Edge field, is visiting Miss Lil Griffin in Boundary street. Mrs. E. F. Blease returned on Tueg day from Saluda, S.'C., where'she has been for some time. No preach-ing will be had at the Baptist church on Sunday on ac coun...

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 December 1905

v OL. XLII. NO. 136 NEWBERRY. S. C. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5. 1905. TWICE A WEEK. $150 A YEAR THE NEWS OF PROSPERIT Death of Mrs. Quattlebaum-IM Mills Accidentally Shoots His Foot-Personal Mention Other Matters. Prosperi:ty, December 4.-Owing the sudden illness of Mr. .S. S. Bir; and the necessity of his going atoon to the hospital in Columbia I was n able to get any notes up to The Hera and News this week. We will beg now, rThursday night, and will ha them ready for Tuesday's papi While at the thospital I 'had the pleg ure of meeting Mr. T. S. Duncan w informed us that in a few days would return home. Mrs. Elizabeth Cameron has be on a visit to her son, Ben, in Colui bia. She was accompanied by her I tle granddaughter. We'saw an old negro on last S, urday Who is 81 years old and he i formed me that he had never be, :Sick in 'bed in his life until about thr weeks ago. This was so unusual th we want to make a note of it and a if any one knows of another such ca! Mrs. Thornwell Haynes (nee...

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 December 1905

DUNGAN DENIES HE IS I BANKRUP] SAYS HE OWES MILLS BU' THEY ALSO OWE HIM. No Preferred Creditors-Though H, Did Deliver Certain Deeds to Lands in Union County to Various Parties. The answer of ex-President Thom as C. Duncan, of the Union and Buf falo cotton mills, in the bankruptc, proceedings instituted agains him re cently, was filed in the United State district court last week, in which th deposed mill president, who wa charged with deeding his property t< his wife and others, denies many o the allegations which are made an< finally asserts that he is solvent, pray ing -a hearing of the court to deter mine the cause. The answer was made on the fina day, allowed by law, being filed bi Attorney 3. P. K. Bryan and J. S Munro, of Union. The order citing Duncan to show cause why he shoult not be judged a bankrupt was mad< returnable last Monday, btr under th< custom of the court, he had five day: 'to make reply, and the answer wa. only sent in Saturday afternoon. Duncan deni...

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 December 1905

IN N BIGGER VALIU Our unparallelled su kind ever held in thi fame of this great sa taken no half-way m rificed profits and ing the vast quantitii on the big four page as advertised. Hen( be disappointed eit for yourself. I inter dynamite of low pri( No goods sent out o ages during this rust Mimno Doors Wil UNCLE SAM'S MAILS. the -local lice and Work of Postoffice Inspectors in t'he entir * Guarding the Pulblic''s Letters. small i - - 'by congr .Washington Star. .such stans "Are offenses against the postal ifrom this * laws on the increase?" repeated an old 'wards fo: postoffice inspector to a Star reporter "The ni yesiterday. "That query covers a rest of al very broad scope of criminal investi- that of: tion, :too comprehensive to ibe briefly was caug~ answered, :but I will say that one se-. a -few da riouis crime against the postal laws man had has decreased during the past' year, for years and t:hat is the burglarizing of post- buy and offices. To give the public an idea environs ...

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 December 1905

- .H.AULL. EnDrr. tntered at the Postoffice at New. Uerry, S. C., as second class matter. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1905. Widen the Sidewalk. One of the disadvantages from which this city suffers is the narrow streets and sidewalks. If the maltei had been taken in hand some twenty five years ago it could have been rem edied to a very large extent. Where ver it is possible now the streets and sidewalks should be widened. We un derstand that Mr. P. E. Scott will probably widen the sidewalk on Friend street about two feet. He pro poses to erect three brick buildings -fronting on Caldwell street, the cor ner one to be filted up for the post office. It would -be-a good time for the city council to confer with Mr. Scott and see if he would not sell the city about three feet more. -That would widen the street five feet which wouldmake it much better than at present though still too narrow. But Mr. Scott could very well give five feet and still have room enough for three store rooms. We make the...

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 December 1905

eginning Tuesday m.-ornizr ower than the lowest. WE January Prices which posil one-third per cent. to the g store, and if we can't provi roney,then go elsewhere. Dress Goods and Silks That WejSell for Less. Black Broaidcloth, Henrietta, ;and -Amurer Cloth that selk,for $1.25, for 84c. yd. Black and ,alored Mohair, Serge, Venetian and Melrose. salls for 65c., for 45c. yd. Black Panam=aiand Mohairs, sells for :35c., for 22 1-2c. y. ,Mixed Suiting,46. in. wide, worth and .sells --or $1.00, for 4Qc..yd. The best Co.vert ,Cloth, worth and sells fo 65c., for 45c. yd. 56 in Mount Rele. Suiting, stands the storm, sells for $1.00., :for59c., yd. 54 in. English ..roadcloth worth the waIld over $1,.35, for.9,Qc..yd. .54 in. Engih roadcloth, worth the world oyer $1.00, for 25c. yd. ,,,.24 in. Silk Shirt.Waist patterns, changeAhle effects, these gaods.were bought at a lw price and are worth 75c. ..and $1.00 yd. We sell then at the half price nowch, only 45c. yd. 36 in. ChangeableandBlack Taffeta...

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 December 1905

A UNSOUGHT HONOR FOR THE TARHEELS LEADS IN POINT OF ILLITER ACY. South Carolina Not far Behind-Com pared with Other Countries the Showing of the United States is Favorable. Zach McGhee, the Washington cor respondent of the State, writes his paper: The question as to which state stands at the bottom of the illiteracy list ought now to be settled and the lpng rivalry between North and South Carolina for position of honor at che bottom of the column finally decided. A bulletin issued by the department places North. Carolina at the bottom of all the states with 166.1 illiterates out of every i,ooo. Next lowest is Louisiana, then Alabama, then South Carolina, with 148.4 out of every 1,ooo. In the whole country one person in every ten is illiterate though the bul letin takes pain's to sitate that if you eliminate the negro and the foreign element,that large percentage:wotud be reduced one-half. Among native white males of native parents the degree of illiteracy, age 45 to 54, is exception...

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 December 1905

CARE OF THE BABY nt Methods Employed b: s the World over-Cus s of Uncivilized Peoples. o,Tribune. ri Coupin, a French anthropol who has been making an ex veg4udy of the- curiosilties of thi an race, has gathered together e amount of entertaining materia cerning the different ways that th< ople of savage and .civilized nation y and clothe their babies.. lie finds that in general *he lot o der infancy is anything but envi le amkg savages. Often the chil< a prisoner from the time of hi Irt ;iI he is turned loose at creep ing or swalking age **o look after him self. For in his early !babyhood he i fastened into a cradle, usually mad of wood, which is as hard and narro as a coffin. The inhabitants of Manchuria ani the Almerican Apaches, for .instance have the vaguest notions about th advantage of exercises for younj babies. They crowd the infant into narrow cradle with quantities of clo-d and tie it in with cords in such a wa: that 'tis -a 'wonder it does not becom deformed. Nor is...

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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. — 5 December 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. The Daughters will meet with Mrs. R. D. Wright This afternoon. There ,was a good rain Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Summer re turned Sunday from a trip to Atlanta. Miss Julia Paisley spent Sunday with the home folks in Newberry. She is teaching at Little Mountain. *Mr. Eduard Scholtz left yesterday for his new home in Charlotte, N. C. Mrs. Scholtz will go the latter part of the week. Mr. J. H. Willingham a prosperous farmer of Kinards, who some time ago purchased a 'home in Newberry, mov ed his family to the city- last week. Mr. J. F. Hunnicutt left yesterday for Clinton where -he will accept the position of assistant cashier in the Bailey bank. Mrs. J. Q. Phillips and daughter, of Clinton, will arrive on Wednesday at Mrs. Mattie Glenn's to spend a few days. Dr. W. E. Pelham,Jr. has been apr -pointed by the grand officers to organ ize a chapter of the Greek letter fra ternity, phi chi, in...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 8 December 1905

- * N VIA VOL. XLII. NO. 137 NEWBERRY. S. C. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 8. 1.905. TWICE A WEEK $1 50 A YEAR ''PRESIDENT DISCUSSES ATIO1AL QUESTION THE ANNUAL MESSAGE REA] IN CONGRESS. Important Issues Discussed Ably an At Length-A Synopsis of the Document. President Roosevel-t'. an'n'tial mes sage was read in congress on Tues day. The paper is long and able, an the, president's. suggestions and rec vn-mmendaEions are couched in his us lal.vigorous language. Importan ptblic questions are dealt with forci bly, the regulation of railroad rate being discussed at length. President Roosevelt 'begins Iis mes sage with a reference to the continues prosperity of the. country, and urge unanimity among all citizens and al classes that this prosperity may in crease. "Taken as a whole," he says we must all go up or go down to gNher. The Trusts. In discussing the trusts he says tha in order to secure a healthy socia and industrial life every big corpora tion should be held responsible ani be accountable to...

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. — 8 December 1905

LIABLE FOR REVENUE TAX. Federal Supreme Court Decides That South Carolina Must Pay for Ev ery Dispensary-A Business Matter. The supreme court of the United States decided that the national gov ernment may properly tax the state liquor dispensaries of South Carolina. Ihe opinion was delivered by Justice Brewer in the case of -he State of South Carolina vs. the United States. This action was instituted by the state of South Carolina to recover $20,ooo paid to the revenue officers of the na tional government on account of the sale of liquors by the state and county dispensers under the dispensary law. The- state took the position :that as the dispensers sold liquor without profit, they should not 'be taxed by T the government, but the 'tax has been collected since 1893. This is said to have been the first case in which a state unites in one undertaking the exercise of its police power together with the prosecution of a commercial business. The court of claims dis missed the prosecution...

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. — 8 December 1905

BUILDING A DAM ON END. Unique Construction of Concr.-te on Niagara's Brink. restern Electrician. tTo build a dam in the form of a column, standing on one end, and put it in place by tipping it over into the water, is certainly a curious feat of engineering. This method has been adopted, however, by the commis sioners of Victoria Park, on the Ca nadian side at Niagara, to assist the Niagara Falls Park and River rail way. Ontario. in securing a sufficient depth of water in their joint intake in Victoria. The Niagara Fails Park and River railway is the electr~c line that forms a part of the Niagai,- Gorge Belt Line. az it skirts the top of the cliff on the Canadian side at Niagara. Fre quently in the past it has been troutb led with a lack of water supply to op erate the turbines in its power-sta tion, as it conLrols power rights in Victoria .Park. The city of Niagara Falls, Ontario,,takes its water supply from this intake, and there have been times when it has been .forced to call upo...

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. — 8 December 1905

T-.1. A ULL, F.orrOE. Enered at the Postoffice at Nev berry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1905. Assessment of Property. We publish in another column t, advertisement of the county audito He will soon start on his rounds tal ng returns of property for *he pu pose of taxation. All property incli 'ding real estate will be assessed th year. The comptroller general sei out a circular to auditors some tin ago calling their attention to the fa tfiat the constitution of the -state r quires all property to be assessed f the purpose of taxation ac its actu value, and the au ' r explains in h notice what is me by actual valu Every person who'returns his proj erty for taxation is required to mal affidavit that he has recurned it at i actual value. This affidavit has. bet required heretofore, but the troub has been that most people understoc the oath to mean tha:t they were r, turning their property at the san ratio of value as their neighbors, ar in some counties the prope...

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. — 8 December 1905

MASTER'S SALE. * State of South Carolina. County of. Newberry. Court of *Coninin Picas. Charles J. I11r1 P 1intiff. 4dney j ':>inick, Aktry f.xe )on inick, I.immia Irene Dominick, Dais E. )t uinick aImi a 'eter I. Baxte 1.) fc 11f:.;. I t - 0 1n ode,r %f the Colrt herein. 'will l 'eore thr Cur HiSi NewIerry. S. C.. Salesday in Januar: j96 zill th-a- rrart of land lying au beiryg sit n. in Newberry County, C.,! cofntainig lhree H iindred at T4irtV-Nine acre, mre or less, an hy lands of Jno. D. Pitts, tl E ate of J. H. Williams, Mrs. S. nith, Dr. J. McIntosh. and trac Numbers 3. 4 and i of wha, is know as the J. C. Hill Placeias will moi fully appear by a plat. thereof mae by Jas. F. Glenn, August -th., 189 and on file in the case. Mayer vs. Ha: w.non. Also, all that tract lying and 'bein si-tuate in the County and State afor said, containing ITwo Hundr'ed Fort: Four an4 Four-Tenths .Acres. more 5 less, bounded by lands of or former] of Estate of J. W. Rhodes. Estate Dr. Clark,..Jn...

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. — 8 December 1905

OLD TIME HAZING METHODS. Some Citadel Forms of Initiating the Recruit. Charleston Evening Post. The following has been written for the Evening Post by an alumnus of the Citadel: So far as the recent alleged hazing at the Citadel is concerned, too much attention seems to'have been attracted to the incident and none should com ment wildly. The fact is that in re cent years hazing at the South Caro lina Military academy has practically disappeared. When young men are gathered it is natural -to expect that pranks will be played, but the more serious methods of hazing have dis appeared, so reliable cadets inform the writer. In those days, perhaps, re cruits suffered many miseries because of the practices of the "old" cadets, but -rhese harmful pranks -have ben abolished entirely and if any hazing exists it is merely of a harmless na ture. Victims of hazing, of course, are not expected to see the mirth pro voking features, but those who prac ticed used to consider it great -fun. To have a...

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. — 8 December 1905

MED COTTON t Estimate of io,66,8i8 or Crop Was Extremely Bullish. atch from New Orleans un of December 4 says that the -the Cotton exchange was easi e wildest in its history. The u of statistics of the departments griculture, made its annual esti e of the coton crop, issuing fig of io,167,8'r8 bales of 5oo pounds s weight. 1U1rWas extremely bullish, but its effect was partly lost in the indigna tion felt and -expressed by the trade generally, first over the counting of the crop in 500-pound bales gross .weight, instead of net weight, as has always been the case in previous es timates, and secondly over the delay in issuing the report.-. which was scheduled to come out at i o'clock, New Orleans time, but which' was- noi received* tintil 12:35 p. m. Immediately after reading ,the fig gures, March, the :most,-active posi Ition, shot up 142 points, ,slightly,more than $7 a bale.. This (vas an unpre cedented advance. Just before the es - timat wa.s read, March sold at 11.88; ithe firt sa...

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. — 8 December 1905

-PURELY PERSONAL. Z:~ Movements of Many People. I -t wb i aid Those Who Visit Newberry. Service will be held at Sr. Luke's Episcopal church -by Rev. T. Tracy Walsh, of Orangeburg, Suqday morn ing at ii o'clock with celebration ol holy communion. Services .also al 7:15 in the evening. Rev. C. M. Boyd will fill his ap pointment a_ Unity next Sabba-th. A congregational meeting is desired af ter the preaching service. Mr. Tno. F. Kibler, of Kibler's Bridge, was in the city yesterday. Mimnaugh's big sale has been a great success. His store has been crowded with satisfied purchaserz every day this week. Mr. J. B. O'Neall H-olloway haq purchase'd 29 acres of land from Z. F Wright and M. L. Spearman just be yond the city. Mr. Arthur J. GuanEt, a son of Mr. I. L. Gauntt. of Newberry, has en listed in the infantry department ol the U. S. army and has been ordered to the barracks at Columbus, Ohio. After the 15th of December city council gives notice that a penalty of ten per cent will be adde...

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. — 12 December 1905

VOLXII. 0. 138- NEW BERRY, S. 0. TTUESDAY, DECEMBER 12. 1905.4TIEAWE.$.0AYA P N -X Rev.. J. H. Graves who has sei ed the ONeall Street Methd church for the last two years, is 9$4hbvdle ciunty,hs p M I ents living about four miles w .f Abbeville. He was educated the graded schools of Abbevil and the Presbyterian college Clinton. He entered the Sot -Carolina Methodist conference 1898 and was assigned to Smithville circuit in Sumter a Kershaw coynties, which, circuit served for two years. 'He th THE REWRDS NOT THEl Secretary of State Gantt Before the 00 mittee. Columbia, December 9.-As sc as Secretary of State Gantt hea that he was wanted by the legis live committee to give his statemt regarding the missing cash and: ceipt books of Mr. Cooper's adm istration he presented himself. TI committee examined Mr. Gantt a Mr. D. H. Means, clerk of i Sinking Fund commission. The evidence will be submitted the general assembly to show w the committee did not feel warra: ed in making an investigat...

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. — 12 December 1905

DELEGATION UNITED ON DISTRICT BILL REPRESENTATIVES OF THIS STATE HOLD CAUCUS. Capt. Capers Will Stand Aside-If He Is an Impediment to the Measure's Success-Senator Tillman's Attitude. Zach McGhee, Washington corres pondent of the State, writes that pa per under date of 7th: The South Carolina delegation in the house of representatives held a car-us this morning and agreed upon a bill for a new federal district. Rep resentative Johnston was delegated to draft and introduce a bill,4or the western federal 'district, with federal court houses at Greenville, Green wood, Spartanburg and Rock Hill. This is practically the same bill that passed the house last year after the amendment putting in Greenwood. Senator Latimer has introduced in the senate the same bill that passed the senate, putting the federal cort house at Chester. If. both bills pass a conference will have to be held and the situation will be the same as last spring when the house would not yield Rock Hill and the senate woul...

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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