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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 12 December 1905

TAMONT MOSSES DEAD. Had Been for Years one of the Leading Public Men of the State.-Conspicuous Ser vices in House and Senate Sumter, Dec. 8.-Mr. Altamont Moses died this morning at 4 o'clock, aged 59 years and a few months. He had been in failing health for fully a year, but it was only three weeks ago that his ill ness assumed an aeute form and confined him to his room, but up to a few days ago he was able to sit up a part of each day. Neverthe less hope of his recovery had been abandoned and his many friends have awaited with sorrowing hearts for the announcement that he had been released from suffering. Mr. Moses was a 'native of Sum ,er, a son of the late Judge Mont gomery Moses, a prominent mem ber of Sumter's ante-bellum Bar, and throughout his life was close Iv identified with Sumter town and county. When the war between the states broke out he was a mere boy, but during the latter years of the struggle he saw service as a boy in his teens, for a time being con nected with th...

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. — 12 December 1905

Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. Tuesday, December 12, 1905., COTTON CONVENTION. Called by Harvey Jordan in New Orlean, January 11-13 1906. Delegates Elected December 23. The cotton producers of th< south, bankers, merchants and rep resentatives of other business in terests are hereby called to meet i convention at the City of New Or itans, La., January i1th, 12th an< 13th, 1906. We want five thousant 'delegates to be present, represent ing the entire cotton territory o the south when the convention i called to order at one o'clock p. m on January i ith in the splendid au ditorium of the Washington Artil lery buiding. The farmers generally have ex pressed a desire for this conventioi similar to the one held at New Orle ans last January. The south ha won a notable victory in handlin her great staple crop since that tim< and it is but meet and proper tha the people should come togethe: and rejoice over the great bless ings which they have...

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. — 12 December 1905

TheM And Will This big sale has been.p of the Mimnaugh sale i; haps did not wish to seE quantittes of goods Mirr enough. We are in a p, during the big sale only bargains grow bigger, ti things left for they are h Many New Lots Adc 56 pieces A. C. A. best Feathe 50 pieces Bed Ticking, worth only 8 1-8c. 25 pieces best Buckskin Jear 50 full pieces Amoskeag Outi 50 full pieces standard Drill,. 2-horse wagon load 40-in whit . The Fifteen Cent Cotton. A The Cotton Growers of the south, f: through and with the asistance of S their prganization,. The Southern Y Cotton association, are slowly but I surely winning the greatest corn- u mercial battle ever known to the 8 -I world. They are being applauded tJ by millions of people who are i * watching the great fight that is be * ing successfully waged by them .to a throw off the yoke of thieving and ( speculative manipulation that has je held them so long, and has been the u means of enabling the spinners to ti grow enormously wealthy at the e...

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. — 12 December 1905

For of every kind. well as for child extra large size Crockery, Agate sets for 98c. The little folks to come and se( DIVERSIFICATIOA VS. OVER-PRODUCTION. The Southern Cotton association will not ask the farmers of the south to reduce the cotton acreage for 1906 less than that planted in [905- The association does ask and insist with all the force at its com mand that the acreage in cotton throughout the belt in 1903 be not increased during the planting sea son of 1906. Let the watchword of every southerpn farmer be Diversi fication, and through that agency produce an abundance of food sup plies to maintain each farm. Per manent independence, thrift and prosperity can only be enjoyed aby ~southern cotton growers through the adoption and maintenance of a system which will make each farm self sustaining. It is the only me dium through which the present in iquitous credit system, wvhich has so long held our people in bondage N can b>e effectively broken up and relegated to the past. ...

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. — 12 December 1905

UM'S PAPERS MUST BE PRODUCE REME COURT HANDE DOWN DECISION. s In Favor of the Committee-TI Missing Letters from the File Must be Produced in the Supreme Court. When Senators Hay and Christei sen and Representative Lyon endeai ored to get the correspondence of M J. S. Farnum, beer dispenser, from tb letter files in the office at C-harlesco says the State of .the 7th., they wei denied that right by Mr. Farnum c his representatives. However, th members of the legislatcive investig ting committee had seen there enoug to stimulate their official curiosity an they asked the chief justice of the si preme court to give them the right t lay hands upon the papers -which the were so eager to see. The matter 'has drifted.' along sinc last August, waiting for the suprerr court to meet and settle the leg questions at issue. The court yestei day handed down its decree that M Farnum must have the letters here i court next Monday, December irr Members of the committee last sun mer expressed the opin...

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. — 12 December 1905

THE CITY FATHERS. Those who are to Have Charge of the City for the Next Year. A couple weeks ago the people of Newberry made their choice of those who are to manage the affairs of the city for the next twelve months. The ratification of that by the general election will fke place to day. The primary was spirited but all in'good nature. tThe advancement of the city as well as the good order is largely in the hands.of the men who have been chosen to represent the people on the city council. 7 Mr. A. T. Brown who has been chosen as .mayor has been a citizen of Newberry for several years. He is young and active arfd progress ive and has served on the tity coun cil as alderman from his ward. He has many friends who will hold -up his official haiid in, everything that is .for.the advancement of this com munity. Mr. . H. Hair came t6 Newber ry seyeral years ago from Aiken county and has been conducting successfully .a barber shop. He is head of the Red Men and has many friends. Hie will ta...

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. — 15 December 1905

I, rld -Inm. VOL XLII. NO. 139 NEWBERRY. S. C. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15. 1905..TIEAWE, 15 iA COUNTY AUDITORS WILT ACT FIRMLY WILL ENFORCE THE LAW AGAINST DELINQUENTS. Want the Old Method Enacted-Comptroller General Jones is Very Much Pleased on Account of the General Tone of the Meeting. Hon. A. W. Jones, comptrolller general, appears to be very much interested in the establishment of the tax department of the state on a firm and equitable basis. At his invitation there was held on Wed nesday, says the State a convention which in many ways was remark able. It was a gather ng of the au ditors of the state. Of e 41 cOun ties, 32 were represented, four au ditors being kept away by sickness and one by being a witness in the United States court. The remain ing four sent no excuses, but it is hoped that they, too, are equally interested with the others. The meeting was held in the sen ate chamber yesterday and the or ganization was effected by the election of Mr. A. W. Jones as chairman and Mr...

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. — 15 December 1905

VSt,iHD TheMin Ad ill his big sale has been preset .of the Mimnaugh sale is todc haps did not wish to see this quantities of goods Mimnaug eenough. We are in a positio during the big sale only to ret argains grow bigger, the Dri (things left for they are here ii any New Lots Added I 56 pieces A. C. A. best Feather Bed tj 50 pieces Bed Ticking, worth and se ly 8 1-8c. 25 pieces pest Buckskin Jeans, worl :50 full: pieces Amoskeag Outing wor '50 full pieces standard Drill, worth 8 2 -horse wagon load 40-in white Hom - .The L jeD.egation Likes the -tion he Assignments 6iven.,good for ~this a go WWashington, December 12.- Pattersor Reresentative 'Finley, of New on War rk, speaking for the South Car- ance. On olia delegation in Congress, said fared ver y that so far as he knew all of Legare's the members of the delegation were currency. perfectly satisfied with the corn- more imi ~-mttee assignments they had re- than this aceied from Speaker Cannon. Concer SThere has been more or less spe...

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. — 15 December 1905

RIVILEGE TAX BREAKS ALL RECORD.. Will be $100,000 in Excess of the First Year's Receipts After the Law Was Passed. The amount of the privilege tax is climbing up close to the $130,000 mark, and if the checks come in for the next few days of this month as they have been during the last two weeks, that astonishing record will have been reached. There was a lot of talk last year that the enormous sales of ferti lizers, as indicated by the receipts of privilege tax, disproved the claims of the cotton association as to reduced acreage. However, an other view of the matter may be taken and it may be ascribed to the planting of increased acreage in grain and other crops that such a volume of commercial fertilizer was put on the market. The sales of the year 1904 exceeded any pre vious sales by $io,ooo and now the sales for 1905 exceed the sales for the same time in 1904 by $13, 043,38. . The total amount sold in the year 1904 was $118,oo while up to December 13 of this year the sales have ...

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. — 15 December 1905

ULb 4L,DITC-P. Entered at the Postoffice at New lirry, S. C., as second class matter. Friday, December 15, 1905 GIVE US TWO TRAINS. According to reliable reports, the Atlantic Coast Line railway company, which controls, the Char leston and Western Carolina, the Columbia, Newberry and Laurens, and a number of other lines in this state, is preparing to make a bid for local passenger traffic more extensive than anything yet at tempted by,. transportation compan ies hereabout. The passenger trains running straight through from Charleston to Greenville, the only direct service connecting the two cities, are to be replaced with vestibuled coaches operated on a faster schedule. Such an arrangement would be the next thing to providing a lim ited train service between the Pied mont section and the tidewater, something that has long been. need ed. 7 It is also said that the Charles ton and Western Carolina railway will put on another train between Spartanburg and Augusta, giving two trains a ...

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. — 15 December 1905

Bachman Chapel Notes. man Chapel,December I1 morning ir. Editor ai riends. We are down at o esk again to mould a fe ghts for the public. see no need to go all arou: bin Hood's barn to get in at t ack door. This is a nice way, start a paragraph, isn't it, but the editor of this paper will alk me the privilege. I will show v what I mean. Last week just ended a term two weeks court of common ple; which included an extra week, I cause there was an over producti of civil cases w'hich had accuni lated on the docket. If we ha understood the proceedings of t court, the first week there were ti cases that went before the jury, o of which was decided, the other o was carried over into the seco weeek's court which took twQ da longer to finish, this necessitati 48 jurors instead of 36. The li I have never heard of before, ti separate and distinct sets of jur lingering around the court liot at the same time. Finally the cot wound up its busy session on F day, after ten days of hard wo: But this ...

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. — 15 December 1905

WILSON EXPLAINS CHANGE. Interivew With Congressman Lever Con cerning Weight of Bales in Cotton Estimate. Zack MtGhee, Washington cor respondent*of The State, sends his paper the following under date of December 9: The State which reached Wash ington this morning contained criticisms upon Secretary Wilson of the department of agriculture, because the recent estimate of the cotton crop for this year, as issued by the department, was made on the basis of gross weight bales, whereas the calculations heretofore have been on the basis of net weight bales. Had the estimate been made on I the net weight basis a difference in 3 the estimated size of the crop of 5oo,ooo bales would have been f shown, and the bureau estimate I would have been 9,659,427 bales r instead of 10,167,818 bales, a con- a siderable difference in favor of the r producer. C With these editorial criticisms, r Representative LeVer, who is an ar dent advocate of the Southern Cot ton association and at the same time a a mem...

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. — 15 December 1905

ACIFIC MUTUAL LI s Necu liar LEGAL organ izat nce Comhpany in America. reatest G[.arantees written in at less cost. Its non-particip pany doing business in this sec The following are the RATES p g plan. Age. Whole Life 20 Payment Life 20 $1465 $22.60 21 1500 22.95 22 15.35 23.30 23 15.70 23.70 24 16.05 2410 25 1645 24.55 26 1685 2500 27 17,30 2545 28 17.75 2590 29 1825 26.40 30 1875 2695 31 19.25 27.50 32 19.80 2805 33 20.40 2860 34 21.05 2920 35 21.70 29 85 36 2240 3050 37 2315 3120 38 23.90 31.95 39 2475 3270 40 2560 33.50 41 25.55 34.35 42 27.55 35.25 Call to see ps, . RO Office over Post Office. I am asking a favor ( member the Book St< Christmas or Wedding oring to have a Book S you all will be proud of sist me inl my effort to Have you ever thought tiQn of your trade it w business far beyond o not ask for that portion turn to give you value1 you spend with me. T amount you have to sp of it. I assure you thei wants anig will appre, than I. Thanking yol hoping to see you ofte...

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. — 15 December 1905

The Town of I Wipe ESTIMATED LOSS IS OVER FIFTY- THOUSAND SIX STORES COMPLETELY DESTROYED. Only One Store Left Standing-FIre Or iginated in Aull & Hipp's EstaD lishment. Pomaria one of Newberry coun ty's progressive towns, was almost completely wiped out yesterday morning by a fire which raged for four hours, leaving only one store, the oil mill, the depot and two or three warehouses standing. The loss as estimated by one of the sufferers will aggregate over fifty thousand dollars, about two thirds of which, it is estimated, was ..overed by insurance. The fire was first seen in Aull & Hipp's mercantile establishment, the alarm being given by the whis tle at the Pomaria oil mill, which had been running during the night It was between 3:30 and 4 o'clock when the alarm was sounded, and one of the first to reach the scene says that when he got there Aull & * ipp's store was completely envel-1 oped in the flames, and the work of thefire-fighters was utterly hope less from the...

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. — 19 December 1905

SC \4) --~t MUdo*i 4 47 51PI --If_ VOL XLII. NO. 140 XPlJWBERRY. S. 0. T-VE4SDX--Y, DE(''-MB-)EB- 19. 190- 5.TIEAXEKS)0kYR M. BLEASE SWORN BEFORE COHNITTE ASKED TO BE PUT ON WITNESS STAND, Dispensary Committee Met in Columbi Yesterday anI Adjourned Untill January I0, Special to The Herald and News. Columbia, December 18.-After hearing a sworn statement from Hon. Cole Blea'se, of Newberry, a memb'er of the committee, and au thor of the resolution passed by the legislature which created it, the dis pensary .investigating committee, which met in Columbia, at Wright's hotel. today' at noon, adjourned to meet in the senate chamber at 3 o clock p. m. on January 10. At the next meeting all the testimony nec essary for the report to be submit ted to the legislature will be taken, if possible. If for any reason the committee should not be able to se cure all the other testimony at this time. it will continue its sessions during the session of the legislature, getting its report in shape befo...

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. — 19 December 1905

AFTER PRESIDING ELDER. Conference at Once Exonerated the De fendant on His Charc cter and there the Matter Ended. Spartanburg, December 15. -Charges were preferred in the Methodist conference this morning against the Rev. W.,P. Meadors, yesiding elder of the Rock Hill district, by the stewards of Trinity Station who alleged maladministra tion and actions not becoming a minister of the g6spel. 'There are two charges of two ar Stiles each. The charges grew out V of the holding of an election of dis 4trict stewards on November 17 at rinity Station on the Rock Hill "ircuit. . The first charge says "That Dr. 1 Xadors did violate his-sacred and duty by refusing to conduct i istrict conference in accord, anewith the true intent of the dis-: SIbiie by declining to .submit to the 1 hinfterly eonference- the nomina I bfor district stewards until an 4 ~ion:to ihe said offices should be a 1yktheconference, and, further, thile Mr. Meadors did not a esobjection to the stewards like- s -.itdotbe e...

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. — 19 December 1905

ECOND VICTIM OF HASTY'S All MR. ABBOTT DAVISON DIED FROM HI WOUNDS. Good People Deplore Tragedy Whieh Re sulted in Death of the Two Theatrical Men. Gaffney, December 16.-Mr Abbot Davison, who was shot yes 4erday morning by George Hasty who at the same time killed Mi Milan Bennett, died at 6:25 o'cloc This evering. The end came whil he was surrounded by friends an fellow members of the orders t which he belonged. The coroner's jury are now view ,ng his body but will adjourn unti -omorrow,'wh-n the testimony wil be taken. The local lodges o Knights of Pythias and Mason have ordered floral designs and wil send an est-ort North with the body During the day, while Mr. Davi son lay dying, the physicians an< the faithful women of his compan, have done all in their power fo kim, giving him every. attentior The town has been ready to d< anything possible,for him to relievi 'his suffering. Those who have re -mained over with him have express ed themselves as feeling that the were.among ...

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. — 19 December 1905

E.H A! L.,ED1TC1r. Entered at the Postoffice at New erry, S. C., as second class matter. Tuesday, December 19, 1905. Superintendent of Education 0. B. Martin is making a night against the South Carolina Military acade iy taking the position that it ld be merged with Clemson ege. He will hardly be success in his contention. As a matter -fact, the Military academy is do -Ing, more good work -in the state _.proportion to the state apprQpri tions than any of the state insti itions of higher learning. In ad n to this Clemson college now about 200 applications each er from boys in South Carolina o cannot be admitted for lack 6f comimodations. Mr. Williaip Banks of Colum Stite has been appointed Lieu t Colonel on bovernor Hey s sta. to succeed Colonel W. Smith of Orangeburg who was pointed 'Commissioner General place of Colonel Moses,-deceased. his is a deserved compliment to a young man. Mr. Banks -eeno tieistaff of- the State nany ears, and has done a t deal of fine newspaper work. 4tS1O...

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. — 19 December 1905

In riemoriam. cnorv of lalcolni Grier son of Patrick W. and J. Shealy. was born JulY 4, and died after an illness of t two weeks, November 6, 5, making this earthly pilgrim e 17 years, 4 months and i day. His was the first death that has ccurred among the chUdren of ese parents. Although\an earth v fa'milv circle has been* broken, yet one has gone to make the first link of a chain in heaven that the remainder of the family should strive to complete. Young Mallie was a model youth, gentle, loving and obedient. Al though his illness was not known to be fatal but two days before his death he bore the intense pain with resignation to the will of Him who doeth all things well; and at the last asked his mother, father, broth ers and sisters to meet him on the other side of' the'river, where they could rest .unader the shade of the trees, and where there would be plenty of water to quench the. thirst. He was dedicated to the Lord in infancy by baptism and at an early age was confirmed a me...

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. — 19 December 1905

WEARS HIS JEANS IN WASHINGTON MR. AIKENS'S HOME MADE CLOTHES MAKE A HIT. The Speaker Wants a Suit.-Mr. Cannon May Be Soon Wearing Hand Woven S. C. Goods. Washington, December 9.-Rep resentative Wyatt Aiken, of South Carolina, is about as fine a speci mem of physical manhood as there is in the house. He is fully six feet tall and weighs 240 pounds. When he was sworn in aI few days ago along with the other South Carolina members: he wore a home-made jeans suit, and he continues to wear it. The suit\has attracted much at tention among the fellow members DyGoodsilhin From now until Janul wing.in our store at a s pr centon every'd$,,a Few HolidayS 54 inch BroahIcloth in colors, 40 Inch Suiting, Venetianan 38 inch. Dress Flannels, blue Underwear That 50 doz. Men's Heavy Ribbea od.y sells for%A)c4:or 319c.pac 10 doz. Ladles' Combination 1.0 doz. Ladies' all woo1 Vesi Shay1s and We have them from :24c. to i Christmas present. Also a lot fancy goods just arrived, from i at $3.49 are better t...

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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