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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 19 January 1906

FARNUM NOT IN CONTEnT. ti Supreme Court Dismisses Rule Issued 11 Against Him in Connection with Dis pensary Investigation When the supreme court con- a vened on Monday morning savsthe h; Columbia State, Mfr. J. S. Farnim I was not present. Mr. T. Moultrie tl Mordecai was in the court room as U the representative of Mr. Farnum ti and was called upon for a return to c the summons of the court. Mr. Mordecai made a very strong plea \ for his client. When Chief Justice f< Pope asked where MIr. Farnum, ei was. Mr. Mordecai stated that he II could offer reasons sufficient to d show that his client had not been c guilty of contempt of court. At the hearing last week. when h; Senator Hay and Mr. Lyon pre- tl sented Senator Christensen's affi- fe davit. they prepared a formal or- n< der for the court's consideration, tc this being a not uncommon mode m of procedure. The order as pre pared designated that Farnum Aj should be required . to. appear in ca person and be examined before the w...

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 January 1906

E. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New Sorry, S. C., as 2nd class matter. Reports from every section of the county indicate that the roads are in very bad condition, and in many cases almost impassable. It is true the weather has been had for somenc time, but if the. roads had bcen properly made ief re the had weather bcgai thv \wo.ubl have been in much better cdi tI greatest troubls in geting d roads is that at the time when they ought to be put in condition to withstand bad weather they are usually in good condition and little thought is given them until the bad weather comes. The best investment that New berry county can make is to put monev in macadam roads. If we would start at the court house and build a certain number of miles of macadam roads in every direction from the court house each year, we 'would soon have good roads throughout the county, and the bur den of paying for them would not be felt and the returns would be many times the cost. Since the dispensa...

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 January 1906

As to Life It might be well for those who are t policy to read the following extracts fi Mutual Liie: Have you stopped to consider what a policy of the Pacific? Do you realizewhat it means to offer policy and to add to that, payment of t. disahil it.v? Where can you find such a policy? Who has it for sale? Who can compete with you for a mot Did you ever think that one might ne death? How many thousands lose their insur caused by accident or sickness? How can you insure your ins.rance w How can one buy madicin a:d food 7-iums wh,;Ile sick VI h, el'r lald up. How an Ahe provide -'r :i!:. IT hess hims whu! . m 2 r ~, W deno sickness he totall d~i'abled or It provides for him and his family wh care of him and his dear ones while he I payment of the premium on his policy s of the face of his policy should he final1 comfort, the education of h's children years aster he is dilabled, and if he di, of any balance that has not been receiv payments. It cares for him and the family, in te in de...

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 January 1906

SAVE EVF Among the various R ESOLUTIONS for the year 1906 don't forget to resolve to Save Every Penny that you can. There fore You Must Buy Good Goods CHEAP. This you can only ac complish when trading at 0. KLETTNER'S, Headquarters of Genu ine bargains. It will be monE to buy from us. O. KLE Joe Mitchell Chapple THERE will be doings in Wa~ I.write you about them. For fi' with prominent men in public affa ing all about them. Now permit i year-" Snap Shots "- pen pictu has 12o pages of bright stories and write authoritatively on things of t< The Nationm tells the story? Come with me thi the receptions and functions, to th< departments of the government. 4 hill.and learn about matters of vital knew how much pleasure these thin; how we have already secured a< The foremost Americans write for, Each number contains new and sketches of min and women promi novels head the National's 1906 Fi -* spirit of to-day. The Home Depa ly becoming famous for their boil to house-keepers. Charl...

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. — 19 January 1906

Friday, January 19. 190 BEER CONDUCIVE TO TEMPE RANCN Senator Tillrnan elivLs tha; B%r is the Half Mile Stone Between Prohihilion and Whiskey. Senators Tillman and Latimer. says the Washington correspond ent of the Greenville News. and the South Carolina represen tatives in Congress have been im mensely interested in the sugges tions contained in the answers of beer dispensers to questions asked I them by the Record through its Washington correspondent. Senator Tillman, the father of the dispensary law in South Carolina, takes a deep interest in everything relating to the control of the whis key traffic in the state. Talking relative to the publication of theI views of the beer dispensers. Sen ator Tillman said: "There can be no question in' the world that the sub stitution of the mild drinks like beer for the stronger ones is con ducive to temperance. That was my view of the matter when I was governor of the state. In one of the last messages I wrote to the leg islature I recommend...

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 January 1906

PURELY PERSONAL. The Move:nc's of a eople, .wberr'ans anld Those Who Visit Newberry. Citv council hel( a regular meet ing last niglht. MA\lr. P. F. Baxter spent Wednes day in Columbia. . The Shakespeare met last night with Miss Ola Wilson. Representative Taylor's address in Columbia is 1503 Senate street. Miss Sara Pope has been visitinc rclatives and friends at Kinai0s. .r. J T. 1 iarris, of Spartanburg spent Tuesday night in Newberry. M\Ir.' Butler E. Koon has accepte(I a position on the Greenwood police force. and has gone to that city. M.r. Fred H. Dominick spent Wednesday night in Columbia. and took the D. 0. K. K. degrees. Work on the new brick buildings now being erected in Newberry is: progressing rapidly. Mr. E. P. BradleN has been on the police force temporarily during the illness of Policeman~Carter. Col. George Johnstone returned from Columbia on Wednesday night. Wednesday was the first pretty dav Newberry has seen in some time. The general sessions court for Newberry co...

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. — 23 January 1906

t e41 on t. VOL XIII. NO.7T. NEWBERRY, S. C. TV'ESDXY, JANL'ART 28. 190 1. TWICE A WEEK. $1.50 A YEAR COLUMBIA LETTER. All Elections Except The Dispensary [Eli tions To Be Held Today-- Dispen sary Agitation Continues. Colu'mbia, January 22.-The le islature of 1906 will start tomorrc on the third week of this sessic Up to this time the main work h been in getting new measures pr pared and introduced. The ma questions to come before, this s( sion have not vet been consider, by either house. There was sor little discussion on the dog law, b the dispensary and the tax quc tion and the appropriations ha not yet been reached. Only about five bills have be orlered enrolled for ratificatii and these are not of general intE est. * * * Thursday of last week was tak, up largely in paying tribute to t] Hon. Altamont Moses, who was member of the house and who dii since the last session. Both hous then adjourned until noon today. Tomorrow is set for the electio with the exception of those co nect...

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. — 23 January 1906

DARGAN'S BODY EXHUMED. There Can Now be no Doubt That He i Dead-Many People Present When Casket Was Opened. The body of the late Robert Keith Dargan was disinterred in Darlington on Friday in the pres ence of about 6o persons. including members of the clergy, physicians -and other representative citizens from this and surrounding towns, says a Darlington dispatch to the C6umbia State. The casket was opened at 10:30 O'clock this morning after more than two hour's hard vork in breaking through the cement and bricks of the vault inclosing it, and it ,was found to contain beyond question the body of Mr. Dargan. iThe body had necessarily under gone many changes since the burial six months ago but it was pronoun ced by all of those present who knew the man in life to be the body 6f Robert Keith Dargan. All doubt S..the part of those who were in feiced by the unfounded but per sitent rumors that have been cir culated has been dispelled and the q.d stories to the effect that Mr. Irkan was n...

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. — 23 January 1906

t ues& ay. panur - . - ~)4 HAV Y WAJ9' Repaired Right W. B. Rikard jeweler Niewberry.S.C. W. B. RIKARD is now in The Herald an News Office1where he will d your work promptly and und( GUARANTEE. Give him a trial. FPrices 3E:ight. WORE BY A IIOE ENTERPRIS. Newberry Steam. Laundry Cc ''R EVIVC -RESTORES VITAl Made a p~~lee5hoa@YWe Welb 3 a Je:sg:en whra:i hels t madanh:od. n ||ye*a"ift caberter othu v'igor bY UI REVIVO. It quickly ande.urelyrestdredNerve antonyU bystartingattbeseat of disease.1 the mey. Book an dise free Address BANK DEPOS $5,00R. R.Fare Paid. Notes Ta Boardat Cost. Wrnte 0 BEORGIA-ALABAMA BUSINESS COLLEGE, Macon, Increase Your - Yields Per Acre One Of The Results of liberally using our fertili ontheol far"Read te fol & Bon owners of the Magoli "W made $900 fro one acr st rrarr, on which you cieede to hae benwr Virginia-Carolina Fertilizers under peas and velvet beans. thing and have been offere -$250 per acre for the place. We many brand of fertilhzers, cheape...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 23 January 1906

Pal Ag * E. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postof fice at Nei berry, S. C., as 2nd class matter. ,Tuesdav. JanuiarV 23. 1906. The Ne>vberrv Herald and Nei has been enlarged to a six colun paper, and the improvement is n ticeable. Col. E. H. Aull, who editor and proprietor, is an al newspaper man-and by the w; -he is one of the most pleasant a affable gentlemen we've ever m -Greenwood Index. Complimenting Col. Aull. The following kind words from the Edgefield correspond( of the News and Courier: Col. E. H. Aull, of Newberry. cently paid Edgefield a visit to p side at a special meeting of the cal Pythian lodge. The Chroni in felicitating our people upon I all too short visit, says: "But t next time E. H. Aull shall come Edgefield-if the voice and pen the Edgefield Chronicle can bri: him thus-it will be as a candidc for Secretary of State of Sou Carolina," and adds, "if the Coloi should consent to become a can< date we feel and know that eve man, woman and child in Edgefi( count...

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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. — 23 January 1906

A NEW DISTRICT ATTORNEY. Ernest F Cochran of Anderson, Appointed to Succeed John G. Caperi Whose Term Expired Capt. John G. Capers s own an-i out as United States district attornev. 'Thursdav President Rooseveh appointed E" I I rnest F. Cochran, of Anderson. his success or. Mr. Cochran was not an appli cant for the place, but the presi (lent knew him as a candidate for the judgeship should another judge be provided for, and he was evi dently iimpressed by the high testi monials which had been presented in his behalf. The failure of Mr. Capers to receive reappointment is the consequence of the investigation made by the agents of the depart ment of justice. It is learned that one of the prin cipal charges against Mr. Capers is that he was reported to be retained by the Richland Distilling company in a suit in which that company is defendant against a distiller in Asheville. The Richland Distilling company is liable to be brought in to the United States court as a de fendant, in which ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 23 January 1906

SUILCDE FO, LOVE. Miss Sallie lam, committed sui cide in Darlington on Thursday about 2:30. She was boarding with her cousin, J. K. Doyle. and attend ing the graded school and had just returned from a holiday visit to her mother, Mrs. J. F. Ham, Tim monsville. Not the slightest inti mation on her part was given of her intention. She was about 19 .years old and had declared she (lid not intend going to school any longer. Her mother and brother came up to see her. and she appear ed to be in her usual spirits, and they had just dined with her and left the house where she was stay ing, when the fatal shot was fired. They were overtaken and notified of the tragedy and returned to town at once. It is reported that Miss Ham wished to marry a young man of the Timmonsville section, and that. instead of consenting to the itar riage, her mother had sent her l-o Darlington to school, in order to get her away from her home, and to prevent, if possible, the marriage, to which she was very much op...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 23 January 1906

AN ORDINANCE State of South Carolina, Co The Town of Newberrv. For the purpose of meeting in Co part the current expenses of the Town government of the Town of Newberry, in the State of South I Carolina, for the fiscal year begin- CO ning January 1st, 19o6, and to meet in part such other indebtedness of! said Town as may become due in said fiscal year; Therefore, be it Co ordained by the Mayor and Alder- Co ien of the Town of Newberry, in I said State, ii ouncil assembled and CO byf authorit% i the same: Section i That no person or Co persons, firm, corporation or cor porations, shall engage in, prose cute or carry on any calling, trade, Co business, occupation or profession I hereinafter mentioned within the Co cOrporate limits of said Town at Co any time during said year after the Co ptiblication of this ordinance with out having first paid to said Town a license or privilege tax therefor 1 *as follows, to wit: A. De Agents for, or dealers in fer tlizer for sale, $ 20 Agents for, ...

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. — 23 January 1906

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many Peopie. Newberriara -nd. Thns.. WVho ist Ne.berr. Saturday for Atlanta for mules. Very little farming operations have been commenced yet. Many of our farmers are still short in hands. Mr. T. 0. Stewart. Jr.. spent Sunday in Newberry. Senator Eugene S. Blease, of Saluda. spent Sunday with relatives In town. The court of general sessions Met yesterday. Judge George E. Prince presiding. Mr. Pat Scott has let the con tract for the erecion of a residence for himself. A pound party was enjoyed by a few young folks last week with Miss Louise Jones. There was an enjoyable dance at the armory last Friday evening by a few couples. The Bachelor Maids will meet this afternoon with Miss Neville Pope. The Emorv club meets Wednes day morning with Mrs. Walter H. Hunt on Calhoun street. The* Card club will meet on Saturday afternoon with Miss Genevieve Boozer. Miss Patte James. of Laurinburg, N. C.. is visiting the family of her uncle. Dr. J. A. B. Scherer. Not...

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. — 26 January 1906

VOL XL1II. NO. 8. NEWBERRY. S. C. FRI DAY, .T ANUARY 2C. 190-1. TWICE A WEEK, Si 50 A YEAR PROSPERITY NEWS. All The News From Our Live and Hust ling Neighbor. Prosperity. January 25.-All who ate opposed to good roads leg islation should take a trip through the county at this time. We cer tainly think the roads themselves wbuld be the best argument for improvement in road building. We imagine that just as soon as the legislature adjourns the candidates will swarm and such a rustling of there will be "among the dry bones" will be amazing. But then what would we do every other year if ; it was not for the Jolly Candidate with his good I natured "Howdy. How do you do. How's your wife and how are you?" , We note that foot ball has been abolished in a number of the colleges and universities. We ia think it would be a good idea for base ball to follow suit. Mr. J. Y. Thompson has moved C into the house vacated by Mr. i Hunter, on Langford avenue. if We rescued a few waifs in , the newspape...

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. — 26 January 1906

F. J. MOSES PROSPERING. tKotorous Ex-Governor ot South Carolina Said to Have Come Up From the Mire. P The following is froim the Char lotte Observer: We mentioned recently the case of an aged ex-governor of Wiscon- , sin who retired last month to an ok people's home in his state to die in 'C poferty, and that of ex-Senator h Ross of Kansas. who was one of n the republican pivots upon which b the impeachment of President John son turned and who was compelled in his old age to return to his trade t] as a printer at which he would have a died except that Mr. Cleveland I i while president gave him a posi- t tion in New Mexico. where lie saw the end of his days. the paragraph was the means of i Iringing irom a friend an interest- a ing bit of information, about ex Governor Franklin J. Moses of i South Carolina, who has had a chJ:kered career. He is a native of 1 Sumter and was governor of his y state during the reconstruction pe- d rio,- at the end of which he betook higself,to Massachus...

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. — 26 January 1906

GEN JOSEPH WHEELER DYENG. Attendingi Physicians Unable to Hold Out AnylHope of Recovery. New York. Jan. 24.-A marked change for tl worse took place in the condition of eneral loc Wheeler, who is ill with pneumonia at the home of his sister. Mrs. Sterling Smith. of lrooklyn. about ten o'clock this morning. and. al though he rallied early in the after noon, had a relapse at 6 o'clock, and lonight all hope of recovery is practically abandoned. Dr. J. Mc Cork"te, the attendant physician. anld Dr. E. . Taneway. of Manhattan. who had been called in consultation, are unable to hold out any expecta tion that the aged patielt can sur vic. The dsease - read rapidl in a few hours, as General Wheeler suffers from extereme weakness. Tonight,. 4 addition to his sister. Mrs. Smith, Maj. Joseph Vheeler, Tr., U. S. A., stationed at West Point. and four daughters of Gen. Wheeler, are at his bedside. The daughters had come from Vashing ton and the south on Tuesday, and today Major Wheeler said that 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. — 26 January 1906

Alui ist E. H. AULL, EDITOR. t Entered at the Postoffice at New- ( benry, S. C., as 2nd class matter. t Friday. January 26 1906. GOOD IMITATORS. Of course the walkout of the students of Talladega, Alabama negro school because a southern white man-southern white man.i mark you-was appointed superin tendent of the farm is ugly and a childish exhibition of race preju dice, but have not these "brothers in black" witnessed just as foolish ex it hibitions on the part of their "brothers in white?" It is a spirit of lawlessness, a .chafing under re straint, a disrespect to constituted I authority. Upon the least provoca- c tion, not even considering the mer- t its 'of the grievance, students take the law in their own hands and "walk out" or "down" the teacher.i' It has ofteri been done by the white students and we need not be sur- b prised that the mischievous example r is followed. THE VERY LATEST. A man in North Carolina has appeared before the Panama Canal:' commission urging that ships ...

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. — 26 January 1906

War Recollections. lI v lamies .\Ilitchel. Cantp ncar (;ro Vil.\a.. iS Lolgst-tee' s Ct Irp s ayn cam near ( lord(ivile n c w Ii1 l OmCs T'elmssee~ ini .\pri w'here we had spent the wintLe While here all if the ir came in and repoirted fo-r dty, pre paratory for the canpaigyn of '6z Among them a member of Co. C Sergeant T. R. \\ilson who wa wounded in the back of the neck a the battle of Chickamauga. Th bullet hadI lodged somewhere in th neck and he had suffered with sor throat and an obstruction in th swallow. ()ne day while he wa: gargling his throat with vinegar he strangled and in the fit o coughing that followed. he cough ed up the bullet that had been lodg ed in the throat more than siy months. Fire broke out from camp oni, very windy day, the wind driving the fire right down on Gordonville. The whole corps was ordered oul to fight the fire , and from teii o'clock a. iml.. until sundown we fought fire to save the town. Late in the evening the wind subsided, and we succeeded in...

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. — 26 January 1906

SAVE EVE Among ihe various R ESOLUTION S for the year 1906 don't forget to resolve to Save Every Penny that you can. There fore You Must Buy Good Goods CHEAP. This you can.only ac comp!ish when trading at 0. KLETTNER'S, Headquarters of Genu ine bargains. . It will be monE to buy from us. O. KLE Through Pullma on All Thrc Convenient Sci Local Winter Tourist effect to all F For full informa Routes, Etc., c Southern Rs Ager . Asst. Gen. PasCAgen SEA B AIR - LINE NORTH - SOUTH Two Daily Pullman Ve Between SOUTH- a FIRST-CLASS DINI The Best Rates and Rc Via Richmond and Norfolk and Steari Nashville, Mempt .Louis, Chicago, NE Points South and South and Jacksonville an< and Cuba. PoSSITrivELy THE SHo N O RTH A 15 * -For detailed informatlo> man reservations, etc., app board Air Line Railway, or, Passenger Agent, Columbh C. F. STEWART, A SAVANN. W. L. BUIRROLIGIS, Trav RY CENT! JANUARY SPECIALS. 10 lbs. A. & H. Soda, (bulk), only 25c. 4 Boxes Star Lye only 25c. 2 lbs. best Green C...

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