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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 19 December 1905

L MANAGER KILLS AN ACT01 AL DiRECTOR DID NOT LIKE B1 HAVIOR OF HASTY. ible Was Brought On by Prpdtor! Interference With Troupe-Some One Was Too Familiar. Gaffney December 1-i-Eila "Bennett musical director of 'th "Nothing But Money" theatrica .company, was shot and insta=tl kiledby George Hasty, one of th -proprietors of the Piedmont Inn o this place; at 8:45 this morning, an Abbott Davison, the comedian -ano star -pefformer of the company., I -thought to be mortally wounded The :sheiiff and police force Ia, :arrested Hasty and lodged him i jail. lTessillness of Gaffney f1ii -mornimg,;was disturbed b'y Th sounkr6f -revolver fired- three tinme inraiidssuccession, followed by h screams-dfvwomen and of cr-es .6 murtier. The police responded t the =gl Fforlhelp and at the step df-theL8te%were met by Mr. Daxi ,son,4D\o uwas calling loudly for.i -physiian. Theecoroner was notified and th iinquest'wased at the hotel, when Bennett's body.was examined and mnumberf -witnesses questioned. The-...

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. — 19 December 1905

IETHODIST APPOINTMENT. Pastors Who Will Fill The Pulpits In TIhe Cokesbury District The Ensuing Year. The assignments of the Metho dist preachers for the ensuing year were made at the session of confer ence in Spartanburg late yesterday afternoon. A special to The Herald and News gives the appointments in the Cokesbury district and th.e assign ments of the pastors now located in Newberry, as follows: Presiding Elder-W. T. Duncan. S Abbeville-P. B. Wells. Cokesbury-S. D. Vaughn. Greenwood-M. B. Kelly. Greenwood and Abbeville Mills -J. M. Lawson. Kinards-To be supplied by J. T. Miller. Newberry, Central-B. M. Grier. Newberry, O'Neall Street and Mollohon-J. B. Kilgore. Newberry Circuit-A. H. Best. Ninety Six-A. J. Cauthen. Parksville-J. A. Peeler. Phoenix-J. R. 'Copeland. Princeton-W. E. Barre.. Prosperity-H. W. Whitaker. Saluda-R. W. Humphries. Verdery-O. L. Durant. Waterloo-J. L. Ray. Whitmire-J. N. Isom. President Lander College-J. 0. Wilson. Student Vanderbilt University J. H. Grav...

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. — 22 December 1905

VOL XLII. NO. 141 NEWBERRY. S.*C. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22. 1905. TWICE A WEEK, S1 50 A YEAR THE NEWS OF PROSFERITY. A New Lutheran Churehr-Secret Order 1 Elections-The Prosperity Drug Com pany-Personal and Otherwise Prosperity, December 21.-At ,he annual election of the Wood men of the Word held on the first Thursday the following officers wqre elected for the-ensuing year: Consul Commander, A. H. Kohn; Adviser Lieutenant, S. D. Duncan; Banker, W. W. Wheeler; ,Clerk., T. A. Dominick; Escort, J. B. Wheeler; Watchman, A. Z. Counts; Sentry, J.- Arthur Counts; Manager, 3 years, J. S. Wheeler; Manager, unexpired term, R. C. Counts; Physicians, J. S. Wheeler and J. J. Dominick. The camp will have a banquet on the night the officers are installed. The president of the Law, and Order league has called a meeting of the executive committee at New berry on Tuesday, January 2, (Salesday), 19o6. All who can, should attend. As we write the Christmas feel ing is aborad and we,wonder how many will dish...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 22 December 1905

. VTV'..-' TH ASSIGNMENTS OF METHODIST PASTORS THE APPOINTMENTS MADE FOR ANOTHER TWELVE MONTHS. Those Who WiM Fill the Various Pulpits in the South Carolina Methodist church. The appointments of Methodist ministers to their work for another year were made by Bishop Candler at the session of the Methodist 'Conference in Spartanburg * on Monday afternoon. The appoint ments for the Cokesbury district and the assignments of the minis ters who labored in Newberry last fyear were published in the last is sue of The Herald and News. Fol lowing is a full list of the appoint ikients: spartnburgDistrict. Sparbmnbnrgftte J. W. Kilgo, Presiding Elder. .elmont-E. Y. James. Blacksburg-C. C. Derrick. 'Bufalo and East Union-L. E. Wiggins. Clifton and Cowpens-J. L SHarley. Cherokee-E., M. Robertson. Caipobello-J. T. Fowler. Enoree-J. W. Shell. Gaffney, Buford street-S. B. jHatper. . Gafiney--Limestone stredt-To 0upplied by H. L. Powell. Gafney circuit-J. B. Wilson. Jonesville-D. E.- Camak. ' Kelton-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 22 December 1905

MAMM1~OTH- BANK FAILURE. Three -of the Largest Financial Institu tions in the West Go Under-Ruinous Panic Averted Three of the largest financial in stitutions in the West, the Chica go National bank, the Home Sav ings bank and the Equitable Trust company, of Chicago., all of them controlled by John R. Walsh of Chicago, and in great measure own ed by him, suspended operations on Monday. Their affairs will be li quidated as rapidly as possible and they will go out of business. Mr. Walsh, who was the presi dent of the Chicago National bank and of the Equitable Trust com panv, and all the other officers and all the directors of the Chicago Na tional bank have resigned. , Nation al Bank Examiner C. H. Bosworth has succeeded Mr. Walsh at the head of the Chicago National bank and the plares of the directors have been filled by men appointed by the Chicago clearing house. Back of the new management stand the allied -banks of Chicago, which have pledged *their resources that every depositor ...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 22 December 1905

U AULL, EDIoR. Entered at the Postoffice at New 5erry, S. C., as second class matter. Friday, December 22, 1905 CERSTMAS. On Monday we will celebrate an other anniversary of the birthday 9 of the Christ-child. To all its readers The Herald and News ex tends best wishes for a joyous Christmas. The truest happiness is in making others happy, and that is the teaching of the Christmas tide. The babe that was in Beth 'lehem's manger on the first Christ mas morn, more than nienteen hun dred years ago,. had come into the world that he, the Son of God, ight sacrifice his life, an atone _ment for the sins of men. It is a simple story that is familiar to ev ery child in every Christian land, and it is beautiful in its simplicity and truth as the Scrptures recite it., The true Christmas spirit is the spirit of giving-giving to those who need, expecting nothing in re I turn. The custom of formal -hristmas giving has grown until it has become a burden. No true Christmas spirit prompts it. 11 is ...

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. — 22 December 1905

IETH EDEN ITES. Boys and Girls, A Christnias Mes sage -Personal and 0:h rwise. Beth Eden, Dec. 19.-Dear Boys nd Girls: A merry Christmas to you. I know that your little hearts hrob with joy as loved ones tell of Santa Claus and, that your last ought at. night and first in the morning are about what you shall wish for and expect. There is one little boy, four years old, who has dressed himself each morning and washed his own face and hands. He tries hard to remember to say "Yes, ma'am," and "If you please," to use his knife and fork at the table and to keep his temper. I hope Santa Claus will bring him and all other such children many nice toys. If you~r gifts are not just alike or so fine as those of some other child whom .u .:know don't let. it make you unhappy.. The dear old man will give .ou the best he can af ford and he has many little ones to please. Be careful with your- toys. Do not break or destroy them.. If you are careless with these small gifts now you will show the same...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 22 December 1905

FIENDISH ASSAULT. Negro was Saved From Lynching and is Now Lodged in the Greenville Jail. Mrs. Frank James was criminal ly assaulted Monday evening in the yard of her own home in Green ville county by a drunken negro wretch named Andrew Thompson, who escaped immediately after hav ing accomplished his purpose, but was captured late that night by Constable C. A. Rainey and is now safe in the Greenville county jail. Mrs. James is the wife of a well known citizen and farmer of Green ville county, Frank James. They live on the farm of Mrs,. Phillips, one and a half miles from Taylor's. Constable Rainey's forethought saved the life of the prisoner. The negro was stowed away in the loft in an out-building which was care fully guarded until the crowd could be dispersed. Lynching the negro was the intent of the crowd which -had gathered. Seven double bar relled breach-loading shotguns were in the hands of determined. men. The negro could not be found and the men were appealed to by the magis...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 22 December 1905

R. WALLACE APPOINTED. eyward Appoints Him to Go 1 Reformatory Congress. r. D. D. Wallace professor c story in Wofford college, ha een appointed a delegate to th erence to be held with Presi Roosevelt Friday in regard t n interstate reformatory fO youthful criminals. Dr. J. L. Manr superintendent 'f the Florenc graded schools, has wired his ac ceptance of an appointment on thi committee. That Dr. W..!lace is justly er titled to represent the state as on of her comm-ssioners is evident t all who have read his excellent ar ticles now appearing in the Stat on Sundays. These articles shoN that he has made broad and com prehensive study of criminolog especially in the young. The othe members of the commission are Hon. L. 0. Patterson of Green ville, who introduced in the legisla ture last. winter a bill to providi for a state reformatory, Capt. D G. Griffith, superintendent of thi state penitentiary, and Senato: Niels Christensen of Beaufort, wh< is very much in favor of the es tablish...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 22 December 1905

PURELY PERSONAL. T1e Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who VNsit Newberry. Mrs. S. B. Aull has gone to Phil adelphia. Mrs. Alice Robertson is visiting relatives in the city, Capt. T. 0. Stewart is spending Christmas in Newberry. Mr. Charles P. Pelham is at home for the holidays. Mr. Frank Bradburn has re turned home where he will spend Christmas. Mr. James K. Gilder., Jr., who has been in Baltimore, is at home for Christmas. -Dr. Thos. H. Pope is home from the Charleston Medical college for the Christmas holidays. Miss Carolyn Cromer, who is studying music.in Baltimore, is at home for Christmas. Miss Bessie .Gilder has returned home after an extended visit to Baltimore and other points. Miss Ellie Huiett returned Sat urdav from Chesterfield wher$ she has been on a. visit to her sister, Mrs. G. G.' Sale. Christmas will be here in a few days. If: you havenot paid the edi tor a small payment would be an appreciated Christmas present. Misses Marie Werber and Grace Clark re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 29 December 1905

VOL XLII. NO. 143 NEWBERRY. S. C. FRIDAY, DECE-M,BE R 29. t90 5. T _~ ~..... a---- - -- - -- - COMING COTlTON CONGRESS. President Harvie Jordan Announces th Programme of the Southern Cotton Association to be Heid in New Orl,ans. Bimingham, Ala., December 24 resident Harvie Jordan, of th, SoAthern Cotton association, whi was in the city- today, has announc ed the official pr. -amme for th mass convention o the Souther Cotton association at New Orlean4 Tanuary 11, 12 and 13, as follows Convention called to order at i .o'clock by PresiMnt Harvie Jordai Address of welcome by the Hoi John Parker, in behalf of "T1 Progres.ive Union and the city < New Orleans." Response by W. L. Foste Shreveport, La. Address, "The Southern Farr ,er," the' Hon. Harvie Jordan, pre ident of the Southen Cotton Ass ciat:en. Address, "Cooperation of Farr ers," the Hon. E. A. Calvin, Dalh Texas, president Farmers' 'Educ tional and Cooperative Union. Appointment oi committees. Address, "Foreign Labor in t Cotto...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 29 December 1905

lILLIAN BLAE SUPREME GORT SAYS f HAS TI D TO SHIRK DISPFS 9"RY ISSUE Als After Board of Control-Cbeif Troublc is with That Body, e Says -Ex pt LgisatWretO Mandle Whole Matter. -Senator Tillman was in Augusta ion Thursday afternoon for a few hours, on his way home fron Washington for the Christmas hol Idays, and to a reporter for Th( Augusta Herald he made some in. teresting observations on the dis pensary situation in South Caro pina. Senator TilIman's expres ions were made before the Su preme Court had given its decisior :,the Farnum case, which estab F--lishes. the authority of the investi gating commission to compel th .estimony- from unwilling witness in this ruling the court find. Contrary to Tillman's views. The Herald reports the interviev k Senator Tilman as follows: Senator-TiUman was asked as t .dispensary situation in Sout] na and he said that in hi oo the recent voting out of th an mthe various countie Nbut an expression of the peopI ssatisfaction with the preser .ard of...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 29 December 1905

Deceniu cc, i9. liment to Miss Schumpert. lowing is from the Au rald of a recent date: s. Porter Fleming is due ction of giving one of the 'lliant and beautiful social of the season in the after rd party at which she en d a large number of friendc pliment to Miss Elizabett rt of Newberry, S. C. Th< rlor floor of Mrs. Flem utiful home was throwr the guests and was floodet it1 e brilliancy, the dismal in clem y of the weather withou but intensifying the cheery comfor within. Tall vases of crimson car nations and American Beauty roses the flower which has ever since he girlhood been so closely identifiei with Mrs. Fleming, whose pictur leading magazines have portrayei as "An American Beauty" holdin4 an armful of these queenly lo soms, were placed about the'beau tiful apartments, while an occasior al stately palm gave a tropici background to the beautifull gowned women. There were twer ty-seven tables of four hand euch, and the Christmas idea was par' mount throughout the game. TI sc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 29 December 1905

. HAULL, ?,01TOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. Friday, December 29, 1905 ANOTHER OPPORTflITnY. The city now has another oppor tunity to widen its streets, or what is better to open another street and secure some more public square. The whole of he burnt district on the right of the street leading to the depot should belpng to the city and now is the time to acquire it. If this cannot be done the street leading from the Crotwell hotel should be extended through the lot. and under the\!railroad to Gauntt street thus giving a roadway to the fireight depot of the, Southern with out going over a grade crossing. It would add greatly to the appear ance of the city from the railroads and add much to the value of the property fronting the square. We hope the city council can make some arrangement before the build :ing operations are commenced. In the meantime the concil should not overlook the opportunity to widen Friend street before Mr. Scott be gi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 29 December 1905

COUNCIL. Officers Elected. ed bY the Mayor. oning at a meet il called for that n of subordinate here were quite tions for police present officials ept Policemen B. oo0 n P. Bedenbaugh. he following ere elected: Chief of Police--. H. Harris. policemen-H. -1. Franklin, S. G. Carter, James B. Outz and Jno. C. Adams. Street Overseer-r-B. 0. Epting. City Attorney-Geo. B. Cromer. Lamplighter-Rial Bates. Hose Wagon Driver-Malcolm Desesne. Mayor Brown has announced the following standing committees: Ways and Means-L. W. Floyd. Wm. Johnson, J. J. Langford. Supplies and Accounts---Wr. Johnson,l W. M. Thomas, J. H. Hair. Fire Department-J. H. Hair, J. J. Langford, Wm. Johnson. I Ceneteries-W. M. Thomas, 3. H. Hair, J. J. Langford. Lights--L. W . Floyd, W. Johnson,j . j. Langford. Markeis-J. J. Langford, J. H. I Vair, y M. Thomas. --Opera House-L. W. Floyd, J. j. Langford, Wm. Johnson. Streets-A. T. Brown, J. J. Lam ord, Wrn. Johnson, L. W. Floyd, W. M. Thomas, J. H. Hair. ayor ex-officio membe...

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. — 29 December 1905

IS HE LONG OR SHORT? The Grand Jury of Edgefield County Em ploys an Expert who Finds J. C. caughman, Ex-Treasurer, Short $2,105 26, Mr. Caughman Obtains the Services of Another who Finds that the County owes Him $298. Saluda, December 24.-On the 21st day of November past the grand jury of Saluda county filed their general presentment, which included the report of A. J. Halti wanger, of Atlanta, Ga., who waE employed by the grand jury specia committee to examine the books ol the various county officials, frorr the organization of the pounty This expert's report, among man, other things -contains the following in reference to County Treasure John C. Caughman and B. R Smith, both of' whom served a treasurer of this cotinty prior to th administration of the present in umlfbent, Mr. H. B.White: "Exhibit 0", is a statement c discrepancy in treasurer's offic county fund, $2,075-34." Continuing the expert's repo says: "It is, proper to separate tf responsibility on these exhibits by referen...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 29 December 1905

E FARNKlU .A N CASE DECIDED UMPH lOR DISPENSARY COMMITTEE. eCourt HasgExamined His Papers-Says Some of Them Relate to Management of Liquor BuinemS and Conmittee -Has Rght to Them. Columbia, December 22.-The inion of the court, after reciting e history of the case, says: The fendant's claim, that the resolu n contemplated unreasonable rch of private papers, is based n a complete misapprehension his position. The State has un etaken to take charge of the en e liquor business of the state and prohibit any private person or rporatioi from buying or selling quor, except as they may find war t in the constitution. The defendant, as a dispenser, is officer of the state, keeping for a dispensary in the city of Char ston. He has no right to any pri" te business connected with the spensary, and presumably has nc ch business. All books, document. lets jn that dispensary pr cie which relate to public busi4 ess, are open to examinition b] y committee of the general as ly. The offices and place o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 29 December 1905

-A BIG FIME. 1jewberry Has a Large Christmas Eve ire-The Property Loss and the Losers Total About $'75,00. A disastrous fire at the lower end of Main street, this ciy, near the passenger depots Sunday morning destroyed property valued at be tween $60,ooo and $70,ooo. The heaviest loss was that of the Caro lina Manufacturing company where the fire started, the loss o: his concern being estimated a about $40,0o0, with about $20,00 of this amount covered by insui ance. The fire originated in the engin room of the Carolina 3\Ianufacti ing . company, manufacturers c coffins and funeral supplies. How started is not known. No fire ha been in the building, except in ti office, since Friday night, and tI watchinari stated Sunday mornir that he had been'in the engine roo about ten minutes before the fi started. The fire dertnent was the scene in a very fe m- inutes ai did excellent work, bu e fire h; gained too great headway> nd w too much aided_.Ay .the , saye aiv more property than m sav...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 1 January 1906

VOL XLIflJ NO 1. NEWBERliY. S* . TUES D.AY. JAN_U_ARY 1, 1906.TIEAWE.$.0AYA N4119, - SHOP A.OUE SETI DIES IN ISHEVILLE A DISTINGUISHD ETHODIST DIVINE SUCCUMBS ATER LINGERING ILLNESS. Rected Bishop in 1902, While Pastor Epworth Church, Norfolk, Va. Had Removed to Asheville For His Health. Asheville, N. C. Dec. .27.--Bishop A. Coke Smith of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, died ionight after a lingering illness, ilthough his death was unexpected. He "was 57 years of age, having been born in Lynchburg, S. C., in 184. He grad uated from Wofford colige, Spar tanburg, S. C., in 1873 ana immediate .ly joined the South Caroligia confer lumbia, Charleston and. other South Carolina points. He wa; ,at. different times a member of tho fabulties of Vanderbilt and Woff6rLhile pas tor of Epworth chureI4orfolk, Vy. in 1902, he was electeaishop. o years ago he removed tAske e foo his health. Sketciof Bishop SitN's iUfe. Alexander Coke Sm4 son of Rev. William H. Smith an/d ary I. Smith, was bor...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 1 January 1906

A. J. CASSATT DIES. President of Pennsylvania Railroad Has Passed Away. Alexander Johnstone Cassatt, presi-. dent of the Pennsylvania Railroad, and one of the foremost railroad men and financiers in the country, died suddenly at his residence in Phila delphia on Friday. Mr. Cassatt, who was a little- more than 67 years of age, was stricken wifh heart disease shortly before 1 iD'elock and died before assistance could be given him. He was a victim of an acute heart attack, known pro fessionally as "the Stokes-Adams symbrone." Though Mr. Cassatt 's death was entirely unexpected he had been in ill health for nearly a- yeaf. His con dition was aggravated by an attack of whooping cough, which he con tracted from his grandchildren while at Bar Harber, in September. He never entirely recovered from the ef fects of the attack and when he re turned to Philadelphia he remained for several weeks at his coultry home in Haverford before he resumed his ma-nagement of the railroad and its allied- i...

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