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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 1 January 1906

ING EXHIBIT FOR JAMESTOWN S NOT PROVING A VERY EASY MATTER. Call From Mr. Paul Moore-Wants Assistance From All Parties In lerested in the Success of the Undertaking. -e is opportunity offered for a ed action of patriotic South ians in aiding the commission -with making an exhibit of Carolina's agricultural and in i resources at the Jamestown ion. Capt. William E. Gonzales, an of thd South Carolina com , said yesterday that he hear dorsed the call contained in m Mr. Moore that is printed ascertaining that the exhibit & here was deficient in many lars, the commission has had t 6n the road, but the respon e been slow. A general call made, a4d something of the each branch -named by Mr. is wanted. If any persons with g to contribute will write to ore, he will give directions for t. ditor of The State: g to the shortness of time at sposal and owing also to the ie of the undertaking, I wish the medium of your columns, the loyal sons of Carolina, and, I trust, will lend a hand t South C...

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 January 1906

E. H. AULL. EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New rry. S. C., as 2nd class matter. Tuesday, January 1, 1907. THE NEW YEAR. The Herald and News wishes for each of its readers a happy New Year. We have all had our joys and our sorrows in the year just gone. Suc cess has crowned the efforts of some, while others have met defeat, as has been the case in all the years since the world began. On the threshold of another year it is for those who have achieved success in the things that make for good to strive for even greater things, and for those. who have met defeat to take new hope and, guided by the experience of the past, go forward with a courage which must overcome the obstacles which may be in their path.. All in all the. year 1906 has been a good year. We are of those who be lieve that the world grows better wth each succeeding day, and we be lieve the year 1907 will be better even than the old year 1906. May each of you .this year have that peace which brings naught but joy, an...

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 January 1906

Mimnaugh in New York. augh has gone to New York ase his stock of spring goods. augh knows how to purchase to please the buying public of rry, and the fact that he goes e northern markets himself is a garantee of the excellency of the 10Ck which he always offers at the 'west prices. COMMERCIAL BANK. nual meeting of the stock of the Commercial Bank of 7, S. C., will be held at their House on Wednesday, Jan-! 1907,. at twelve o'clock m., urpose of electing directors uing year and the transac any other business that may re the meeting. ber 28, 1906. J. Y. McFall, Cashier. NOTICE. rs ducational and Coopera - will convene in the Court Newberry on the first Sat ay of January at 11 o'clock. All wnshi or local unions will send delegates.. . W. C. Brown, Pres. J. B. O'Neall Holloway, See. STATEMENT Of the C",dition of the Bank of Pros peritylocated at Prosperity, S. C., at tclose of business December 20, 1906. RESURCES. Loans discunts . . . . $113,032 00 Ov.. ......14,442 48 House. ....... 2,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 1 January 1906

HEYWARD APPOINTS. Mr. Spears, of Darlington, Succeeds the Late Solicitor Johnson. Governor Heyvard announced the following appointments: As a member of the reformatory board, A. Foster McKissick. This appointment is made to fiill the va cacancy occasioned by the resigna tion of Dr. W. C. Irby. Dr. Yates Snowden, of the Univer sty of South arolina, was appointed on the State historical commission in place of John B. Cleveland, of Spar tanburg, resigned. Prof. Snowden is particularly qual ified for this position, in view of his work at the University and his ac quaintance wi4, the history of the State. The commission to locate and pro vide for a tomb at the burial place of Gen. Sumter has been reorgarized with a special view of giving repre sentation to Sumter county, and those who are intensely interested in the work of erecting this tablet to Gen. Sumter. The commission as reorgan ized is made up of Mr. Richard I. Manning, Col. John J. Dargan and Capt. W. A. Courteney. Mr. J. Monroe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 1 January 1906

Farmers' Union Bureau of Information -Condueted by the outh Carolina Farmers' Eduea tional and Co-Operation Union. 'Communications intended for this 4epartment should be addressed to J. C Stribling, Pendlet6n, S. C. Atlanta, Ga., December 18.-Na tional President C. S. Barrett, of the Farmers' Educational and Coopera tive Union, has issued a call for ral lies of union members afl over the South. There are now practically 1,000, 000 members of the Farmers' Union in the South and West, and the or ganization is rapidly growing and ex tending its sphere of influence. Local unions in all the states will hold their meetings on Tuesday, San uary 8. Following the local the county and parish unions will meet on Tuesday, January 15. All of these meetings are to be held preparatory to a grand rally of the Farmers Union to be held in At lanta -on Tuesday, January 22, on the occasion of the meeting there of the national board of directors and the state presidents of the union. This meeting will b...

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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. — 1 January 1906

PUEELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Miss Marie Gary, who has been visiting Miss ILeville Pope, left for her home in Abbeville on Sunday. Miss Pauline Gilder, after spend ing the holidays at home, left for New York on yesterday to resume her stud ies in music. Miss Annie Jamieson has returned from Mt. Holly, N. C., where she, has been visiting. friends. Mrs. H. B. Wells is visiting rela tives in Columbia. Mrs. Paulinq Arnold, of Richmond, Ky., is visiting Mrs. J. K. Gilder. Messrs. W. C. Scott, Thad W. Cole 'man and Will Elmore, who attended the dance here pn Fri'day evening, returned to their home in Whitmire on Saturday. Miss Annie Bynum returned to Florence on yesterday. Miss Nevile Pope entertained on Wednesday evening in honor of her guest, Miss Marie .Gary,, of Abbe ville. Mr. L. W. Cheatham, who attended the dance here on Friday evening, re turned to his, home in Edgefield on Saturday. Mrs. M. L. Spearman entertained a "few f...

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 January 1906

VOL XLIII. NO. 2 NEW3ERRY. S. C. FRI DAY. J NUARY 5. 190'. TWIOE A WEEK. $1.50 A YEAR COTTON ASSOCIATION ANNUAL SESSION ENTHUSIASTIC MEETINU OF REPRESEN TATIVE PLANTERS FROM1 EVERY SECTION. All Officers Reelected-Resolutions Con cerning the Acreage and Holdiug A Cotton Were Accepted-To Put Warehouse Advocate in the Field. The State, 4th. Scoffers may laugh and jeer at the great movement for the eleva tion of the price of cotton as intend ed by the Southern Cotton associa tion and the subdivisions in the va rious states, but if- these ,sneerers could have been present yesterday at the convention of the South Car olina men who are back of the great agitation, their ideas would have been altered. They were not fanat ics, these men, notf renzied by pov erty into fabulous day dreams and visions of untold luxury. They were representative, intelligent and substantial, and working steadily and surely toward a clear solution of their plan. The determination and vigor with which these delegat...

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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. — 5 January 1906

ILLISON SENATE'S "UNCROWNED KING" 3OWAN'S GREAT POWER DUE TO HIS LONGEVITY OF SERVICE. qow in Forty-Third Year of Service in Congress-Only Morril Served Longer. Other Interesting Facts Shown by the Congress Rolls. Washington, Dec. 31.-Jos. Ohl in Atlanta Constitution says up to within the past two years it has been the fashion to refer to Sena tor Aldrich, of Rhode Island, as the general manager of the United States senate. Those who wrote of the inside affairs on capitol hill were given to accrediting to the senator from Rhode Island the su -preme control of legislation in the senate, and this, they figured out, made him more powerful than pres idents. In a sense all this was true, but Senator Aldrich's prestige has been considerably damaged since the coming of Theodore Roosevelt to the presidency and his assertion of power. With Roosevelt came a number of younger men as senators, who, being fresh from contact with the republican masses, inclined to Roosevelt rather than the erstwh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 5 January 1906

JL&A16.7y~ JGLLL"C&JLJ ZIP MAYOR McCLELLAN AMBMION. He Says it is to Give New York a Clean Government and Then Retire. New York, January 1.-Mayor George B. McClellan began today his second term as mayor, this time of four years. A number of new heads of departments were sworn in, including Gen. Theodore A. Bingham, the new police commis' sioner. After they had taken their oaths Mayor McClellan called them and told them his ambition is to give the city a clean, efficient and honest government. He alluded to his present office as "the last public office which, in all probability. I shall ever fill," and said: "If at the end of six vears' service as mayor I can retire into private life con scious that the city has advanced in good government and in civic righteousness, that municipal stan dards have been raised, and that I leave New York even a little better than I found her, I may feel that six years of hard work has not been. in vain." At the installation of the new board of'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 5 January 1906

QIk ai ni two E. H. AULL. EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New terry, S. C., as 2nd class matter. Friday, January 5,. 1906. COTTON ASSOCIATION. The assembling in Columbia of the state cotton association just at this time is worthy of more than passing note. It is not necessary to recount the work of the South ern Cotton association. WVe have but to look at the reports of local banks, the price of farm land about us and the clear receipts to find that all around us there is pros perity and progress. It is not neces sary for one to have slept the sleep of old Rip Van Winkle to wake to find that the cotton growing states have a new face. a new hope. Tho .we are often ignorant of a silent growth when we are ever present, yet present or absent the conditions of the southland is apparent even to the blind. Let us not be confounded by this sudde'n rise to prosperity. Let us not be confused by an abnormal price of a money crop to grasp at bags of gold in 19o6. The end of the rain bow is...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 5 January 1906

1906 WILL BE A BLACK YEAR. An American Prophet Predicts Ugly Things for the Coming Year, Es pecially for Some Crowned Heads. Roosevelt, Man of the Hour. Lee Spanger. is an evangelist and B)ible student, who is known throughout southern Pennsylvania under his self-styled title as "the last of the prophets." As usual he has (lire things in store for some parts of the world and especially for that much perturbed and un fortunate country, Russia. Spangler first attracted atten tion as a prophet by announcing that according to -the scripture cer tain passages of which he quoted. he was ordained by God to be the last of the prophets, and predict the certain end of the world, the (late of which cataclvism he has been postponing fron time to time. and which. according to the latest pre diction. is to happen for a certainty in 1908. When Spangle prophesied the death of Queen Victoria, the as sassination of the Russians by the Japanese. the Chicago theatre fire, the North River steamboat disa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 5 January 1906

TWO SONS SWEETEN LIFE. Among the First Volunteers Went Young Wash Boozman to Defend Fort Sum ter-Dashing Eyed Youth. Greenville Herald. From whence he came, who he is, -what matters it? Is he not the embodied, breathing memory of a dead and gone past? Half living, half dreaming, wholly loving a shattered hope, he is patiently "waiting till the shadows are a lit tle longer grown." Through the first gray days when hope lay in chaos; through the darker days of Reconstruction; through the upheaval when Caro lina threw off the pall of misrule; through the long struggle up the hills of progress. the Little Reb has quietly, walked his way, unmoved, uncaring. In the loved old gray uniform vith an old Confederate Army pistol buckled around him, he lives in a mist of memories, with few vital interests to cut the clouds. Full three score years ago the Little Reb was born. Among the first who volunteered with gun and sword to vindicate Carolina's right to fire on Fort Sumter was the vouth. Wash...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 5 January 1906

LAST OF .ILLY, THE MINISTREL. Almost Forgotten in Life, but His Coffft Was Piled With Flowers. New York Times. "Billy" Black was buried Thurs day. Some people called him Wil liam Hart, but to most folks he was just "Billy." the last of the old time black-face comedians. He died last Monday morning of a hemorrhage. He had been ill a long time in a quiet house in 15th street. Nobody renenbers the number. You see people had lost sight of Billy for the last twenty-five years, and it was only when he died that people recalled that there had been such a man in the old San Francis co minstrels, a dulcet tenor con temporaneous with Billy Birch, Raymon Moore, Hughie Dougher tv, Willis Sweatman and the rest. He had no relatives left. He had friends, but they had drifted-like all friends on the road. They had met on the Rialto. They shook hands and said: "You? Why, I thought you were dead long ago. .Somebody told me you were dead, like all the rest of 'em. Good joke, eh? Let's have a drink." L...

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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 January 1906

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Miss Mattie Adams spent several days in Saluda this week. Mrs. L. 1. Aull. of Dyson, is vis iting her mother. Mrs. S. A. Riser. Miss Clara Cook, after a visit to her mother, has returned to Sumter. Mr. M. L. Gillian has returned from a visit to Saluda. The Daughters met with Miss Fan McCaughrin on Tuesday af ternoon. The Fortnightly club was enter tained by Mrs. L. V. Jones on Tuesdav tuorning. Prof. Kicklighter. after spending the holidays in Atlanta, returned to the city or Wednesdav. Col. and Mrs. T. J. Lipscomb. of Columbia. spent Sunday and Mon day with Mrs. S. Pope. Mr. L. G. Eskridge, after a visit .to his parents in Shelby. N. C.. re turned home yesterday. Mr. Sidney Hartzog. of Green wood. was in the city on Xednes day. Mr. S. H. McLean. of Union, was in the city this week mingling with his many friends. Mr. W. H. Carwile. who has been with the Bank of Prosperity for several weeks. has ...

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. — 9 January 1906

VOL XLIIY,.3 NEWBERRY.S C. tVIKDX. JXNAl 9. XTKTIEAWEK 15AYA 1SPENSARY COIITTEE ASKS MORE POWER WHY THE GOMMITTEE HAS HAD ONLY PARTIAL SUCCESS. The Committee not Invested with Sufficient Power to Compel the Attendanee of Witnesses and Force them to Testif. Columbia, January 4.-The pres ent session of the dispEnsary in vestigation has been giveh up. The committee has not sufficient power to carry out. its important work of inquty. Such has been appreciated as being the case a4l along, but yes terday and today it became so pain fully evident that the committee de cided to suspend operations until they can get the desired power. Senator Christensen, near the close of today's meeting, said: "We have sunfmoned witnesses to appear here, and they have not. appeared. They have testimony of the utmost importance, and we have no .power to compel them to attend and testi 1y. Under the concurrent resolu tion under which we are working -Section 5 says, 'That nothing here in ,:ontained shall. be ...

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. — 9 January 1906

SIART DISPENSER PLAYED SHREW GIE MIDERED FOUR TIMES -IS EBItE STOCK AT TME 1 To get Promised amms -- $ to Go Out of OfRcein a Da.ys.i4t Wanted All That ObGe1fiGet. The State, 4th. It is probable that for some rea son or vther the dispensary inves tigating committee does not expect to cqnclude its work before the 'session of the general assembly be gins next - Tuesday. There has been more or less talk to the effet that the commission's authority is restricted because it was created by a concurrent resolution and it is probable that the delay indicates that there will be an effort made to enact within the first few days of the session a law giving - to the c-mmission all power under the constitution. Thus- eqiipped the commission may concle& its work by. sending for witnesses who might. not come withouti such ample authority be iiig given the commission. Perhaps for that same :reasbn The members of the- state board were not examif ed'.yesterday, being "saved 'for the ai~t". in -od...

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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. — 9 January 1906

ENDIA BURIALS. Recaled by a Find on Lake Superior. New York Evening Post. The skeleton of an Indian girl in a birch bark canoe, afloat on lake Su perior, suggested to the people of Grand Marals, Mich.,when they found it recently, that it was the re mains of some strange burial cus torn. There was color in the brief dispatch sent out: "The bones of the girl rested on a rich blanket, and on the wrists heavy silver bracelets." The dead lady of Shallot must have been an Indian Princess, consign'ed by reverent followers to a sepulcre in the great lake. The act must have- had -some peculiar religious religious signifi vance. So the current of speculation drifted- The imagination of the northern Indian poets' belt might be excused- for clothing bones of the skeleton with beautiful dsky flesh and th&fn&ka frifid ft tale with a constructive fancy. But it would be difficult to find verificai tion for the belief that"anf trib ebf Indians should put their dead beau ty into a richly furn...

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. — 9 January 1906

SkN iffld Xvi yms E. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New -erry, S. C., as 2nd class matter. Tuesday, Jaunary 8, i9o6. BUILD ROADS. Never have people been so able as now to buy good things but the time has not come when they should buy things they do not need. More than any other material thing they need good roads. Good roads are short roads to all kinds of improvement. We wish the people of this coun ty would build 40 miles of perma nent good roads across the co.unty. this vear. In that event they 'would build more next year. Taxation is the only way. We are likely to have "better times" than we now have.-Laurens Ad vertiser. Yes, if we could only get our peo ple started to building good roads. If we could only get Newberry county to build a good macadam road between here and Prosperity, a distance of only seven miles and change the .ocation in a few places so as to avoid so many railroad crossings and build it this year.we would soon see a great change in everything ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 9 January 1906

War Rec .-BY JAMES Greenville. Tennessee, March 10. C 1864. Longstreet's corps, after the bat- y tle at Knoxville, Tennessee. came tl up by Newmarket and Morristown TF to Greenville where we had camped ( for some time doing nothing, but u picket duty and to be near Bull's ti gap, this is the gap through which ai the Knoxville railroad passes from -o Lynchburg by Bristol, Greenville r< and on to Knoxville. On the ioth ii at dress parade that evening or- 1 ders were read out for.:everv sol- .at dier to -clean up himslf and his gun o and to put on their best looks for b: the 12th for we were to be inspect- a. ed and reviewed hv an officer sent 11 out by the war department from i t(; Richmond. The war departmelit wanted to see what sort of fix we were in to commence the campaign. The i ith t evervbody spent in getting r.eady - for the review. On the morni;aof the 12th about 16*a. i., we were marched out into a large field and t1 formed into brigades and brigaie ito divisions. Our div...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 9 January 1906

TME WEEKLY EMTORS. 1e Rest for the Weary-What a Week1: Editor Does. Kershaw Era. Our jocularly inclined cntempo rary, the esteemed Columbia State songht in its issue of December 21 to have a little fun at the expens< oi the Era for its suspension of pub lication for a single issue. involving wUat it .thought to: be, twelve days rest and solid comfort, free fron: the afflictions that plague and blas pheme the life of an editor. It hap pens, however, with the Era, as we suppose to be the case with very many weekly papers in South Car olina, that editorial work is not the only duty devolving upon the india vidual who poses as editor. Very mny times his routine of labor em braces every department of a news paper and job plant, business man agement and mechanical work in cluded; and the suspension of a week's publication of the paper barely enables him to catch up with the press of other duties that.-have overcrowd4d him in.4he rush and burry of the approaching holiday season, so that...

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