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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 15 January 1904

NEWBERRY'S TRIBUTL TO GORDON. The United Confederate Veterans, the Sons of Ve.crans and Daughters Meet Memorial Services field. On Tuesday afternoon at the Opera House there was a joint meeting of the camps for the pur pose of appointing committees to arrange a memorial service in honor of tle dead Confederate General whom the whole South land loves. The committees a)ppointed were as follows: From the James 1). Nance Camp, Dr. Jamies McIntosh, Dr. E. 1. .McClintock and Mr. J. Y. Cul breath ; from the lohn M. Kinard Caml), Nlessrs. John1 .\. K inrd Cole I Blcase and \\ . F. Ewn.-I from the Dravton, l. u he: .ord Ciapter. Mr-. O. .. em . Ir!. T t i . n'tew ~ .: Pie leopie,. n t he oper. Lhou,e elenn o'clock. tLce G!enVera G O' ron' bells in t:e ci: T building was crowce. schools fully reprezent. Capt. I W. Gary. commandian, 1 as. N ance Camp. pr, sided. The o:: of \eterans aud Dautefr- of : Confederacv wvere repre the exercise- by their lre.5ide2nts. Capt. lo n M. n M . (1 ) I H. MaVe...

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 January 1904

BACEMAO CHAPBELETTER. A Very Pleasant-Visit to Bethlehem Church -Sayings and Doings of People of Union Academy Slighs, January 14 -It is a pity that the Legislature has to go in session without any special instruc tions. After Editor Aull gets his road bill through, vont they have a good time Trhe September and October sow ing of oats is not seriously injured by the cold, but the last sowing is pretty well all (lead. Prof. and Mrs. J. J. Hipp spent last Saturday night with the family of Mr. J. K. Epps. Miss Hannah Griflin, of the New berry cotton mill, spent Saturday night with her sister, Mrs. R. E. Hunter. Messrs. Clinton Kinard, who is working in the Newberry knit ting mill, and Nolan Epps, who is working ii the dispensary, spent Saturday night a,ame. There will be comininion ser Yi ces:t .13acIIIIanl Chapel next Sun1day. Nlrs. i. B. lierd, who Vas in strumentatl inl gettiig ip the sing,". ing class at BachmInai Chapel, requests me to return her pecial thanks to those who lidiped...

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 January 1904

The Lattrensville Herald Launches a Boom' In South Carolina on tile New York Editor. While some politicians are exploit ing the name of this or that man a a suitable or logical Deimocrati candidate for the Presidency, an< emphasizing the political expedi ency of nominating him i at tle nex' National Democratic Convention from all over the country, and es pecially in this State, comes th< news that Representative Hearst i: practically without competitor ii the race for the highest nationa honors. But the most encouraginf sign that the Democratic masses ar still true to the first principles o true Jeffersonlianl Democracy is th fact that the great hcdy of the com. monl pe)ople naturally u U ttw n!d William R Ibrt k h m "Iloch t; Ie2i political ni1 ; :1ni a en tionl inl which he has been *.le'L his political course in the pIst has been and is now one of intense devotion and loyalty to the masses at large. And it was in recognition of this devotion and loyalty, in working for the ...

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 January 1904

STATE GOOD ROADS ASSOCIATION TO PIET, President F. II. layatt Appeals for a Ful Attendance at the Approaching lect ing January 19th. The State I have asked the cities and towns of the State to send a representativ( to meet with the county officials it our State good roads associatioi which meets here on Tuesday, t' 19th inst., at 12 o'clock in a, county court house. In cas< some of them have not receivec the invitation I hope they will tak< this article as such. I am now satisfied that we wil have the largest attendance tha1 has ever been held in the State ot the good roads question. I am re ceiving letters by the dozen fron almost every section of the State saying that their county and towr will be represented by leading busi. ness en. In soeio instances tl entire boald of colity coun nissioI ers will be here, an(d I do wish thal each ald (very colitv would semd their fl,111 b'oa11d c A c(n1oSS11io111r at tlli-; (111stion ( o)f )o rouhs is ol Such vital impir"lice to th utur ...

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 January 1904

GIRL IN BOY'S CLOTHES. A Lassie From North Carolina Masquerad lug as a Lad-She Fooled the Boys at First. W hat to all outside appearaice was a boy on Monday afternooi strolled the streets of Newberry a a stranger in a strange land, chew ing tobacco and expectorating without a license, as fully and fre ly as any masculine hobo who couh raise a quid ; fairly good looking a a boy but not so comely as a girl The young t ra veler was not dresse( hn the height o faslion ; but il this instance tlie "clothes (iid no make the man, "or boy either. Th< "youth" applied for a night's lodg ing al(d was provided will a cel at the station house by our gallan1 andot accomodating policemetI. A yet no one sSpeCted thatt lhe littI North Carolinia was ot her thI:uI represenlted to be. She looked : boy, and style and maners bort out the deceptioil to perfection. .a. though her feet and Inds did look rather sInall for a boy. 14)l( in this case. as is often tle case, appearances proved to be deceitful i...

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 January 1904

ESTABLISHED 1865 NEWBERRY. S. C.. TUESDAY. JANUARY 19. 1904. TWICE A WEEK. $1.50 A YEAR FIRST WEEKS WOR OF GENERAL ISSEHLY RECESS TAKEN UNTIL WEDNESDAY ELECTONS FED FOR THURSDAY. Good Roads, Biennial Sessions, Special Courts, Railroad Legislation, Taxation And Other Important Matters. Columbia, January i8.-Tuesday being the anniversary of the birth of General Robert E. Lee and a legal holiday in this State, the gen eral assembly adjourned on Satur day unti Wednesday. A good deal of work was done during the first week of the session. Good roads, biennial sessions, edu cation, taxation, railroad legislation and a number of other important measures have already been touched upon. The elections will be held on Thursday and then both houses will get down to the real work of the session and there -will be noth ing to interfere with that work. THE ELECTIONS. The elections will be held on Thurscay, beginning at ii o'clock, and are to be taken up in the fol lowing order: Associate justice, f...

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 January 1904

HIS NEW FIELD OF LABOR. The Rev. D. P. Boyd Well Pleased With His Work at Fountain Inn, of Which He Writes Interestingly. Editor Herai and N s: Ilaving completed my first round on my work. I will try to interest your readers for a shcrt while in the things we have seen and felt. and heard. We reached the parson-ge on Wednesday, the 23d December, and were met by a delegation from Fountain Inn church, who gave us a bountiful dinnei, and many other things which are useful to an itin erant and his family. Capt. Wm. Parks turned a fine peafowl into our hen-house, and said these Methodists should not get ahead of him-he being a Baptist. A few days later a delegation from Green pond church came with chickens, preserves, cakes, jellies, a large home-raised ham and many other thing,, that are useful; and they say that Pisgah, Hopewell end Fellow ship-the other three churches-are waiting for the supply to be ex hausted, and then they are ccming also to do in like manner. Such. kindness calls ...

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 January 1904

THE CECIL RHODES SCHOLARSHIPS. Dr. E.B. Setzler a Member of the Committee Gives Some Very Valuable Informa tion In Regard to Them. Editor Herald and News: The following information with regard to the Cecil Rhodes scholarships may be of interest to your readeas: Two of these scholarships are given to this State, only one of which will be awarded this year. The scholarship is good for three years and will pay the holder$i,500 a year-$4,500.oo for the three years. The expenses at Oxford, it is estimated, will be easily covered by $i,ooo a year, leaving a surplus of at least $500 a year to the holder. All applicants for the scholarship to be awarded this year must give notice to President Benjamin Sloan. of the South Carolina College, chair man of the committee for this State, during the month of January, of their intention to contest for the scholarship. The examination will be held sometime between February and May, and the successful appli cant will begin residence at Oxford next Oct...

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 1904

E. H. AULL, EDITOR. We notice that Anderson has raised her share of the Hampton monument fund and that the An derson chamber of Commerce has agreed to appropriate half of the $oo asked from Anderson county for carrying out the purposes of the State Immigration convention, pro vided the farmers' institute will appropriate the other half. These are the marks of a live and progres sive county,-a county whcih hou ors the memory of the man who made possible South Carolina's pres. ent developement and a county which is willing to make a small out lay now in order that it, with the rest of the State, may reap an abun dant harvest in the future. What has Newberry done in re gard to these matters? The lower branch of the generai assembly, in the passage of the bili to prevent treating to liquors on election days, has done its share towards adding another dead letter to a statute book already over-bur dened with a three-pound, twenty inch pistol law and other dead let ter laws which work a po...

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 1904

FIRST WEEK'S WORK OF GENERAL ASSEMBL [Continued from it page] ers the words "for the issue", or "against the issue", or "for the levy", or "against the levy;" that if a majority of the qualified electors who shall be free-holders voting at said election shall be "for the issue" or "for the levy" then said com missioners are authorized and di rected forthwith to prepare and issue said coupon bonds to bear not more than six#er cent. interest per annum in denominations of one hundred dollars and five hundred dollars to the extent of the amount mentioned in the notice of said elec tion, and payable within thirty years after the date of issue, or shall proceed to levy and collect the number of mills voted for at said election through the county treas urer in the same manner and by the same means as now provided by law. The proceeds of which bonds and special levy shall be used for the purpoh- of building and repair ing public roads anud bridges and macadamizing or permanently improving t...

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 1904

BAKED APPLES. The Way to )iake a convenient and The diMf'e-ne Detv m i e sauce tewed quickly ov.-r t*.v fire and that baked slowly for several hours in a moderate oven is .,o great that one could easily believe th.,t difforent fruits had been used. Each method, if care fully followed, produces a delicious re sult, and, while some persons have a - strong preference for one or the other. to my mind it is difficult to decide which is the better way. Therefore it is vell to use both methods, cooking the first apples that come in midsum mer by stewing. and later, when the cool days of early autumn make a fire less objectionaLle, trying the baking. The dish for baking is as important as that for beans baked properly and also for Indian puddings, and should be the same in style and material. Cut the fruit (and you may use in this way any kind of apples or pears which are too green or hard to use uncooked) into quarters: then remove the cores and skins. Allow one cup of sugar and one-half c...

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 1904

THE tT;-V.iLE BEA'UTY SHE PLUCKS ER WARDROE FROM T;-:: Ts-3 AND VINES. Lace m t:: %e -tv Hall.Drems Fzz!ric [., !v- e Ilized oelle of the Y.e i. - Liin Jewels That Zzdine Gie Dianmondi. Down :,n :e trepc)a, jongles of Cen tral .\.erica :md Whe West Indies the head of the fa-z:lly is not worried by iillm,ars' and dressnnikers' biIs. The senideivili::ed lle of t lands ilows how to get nCarly the whole of her cos tume frow the jungle. She manufac tures it herself from the materials she gathers from nature. Though she may be able in rare cases to get from the one shop ten or fifteen miles away a few yards of cloth with which to make her dress, any trimming she may wish to put upon it must be searched for in the woods. Lace bark is her favorite material for making anything light and dainty. This lace bark is the film which covers the heart c.f the lace bark tree. The natives caiefully remove it and soak it in running water for three or four days in order to get off the -um and unnecessar...

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 1904

n.J. A.R SCHERER ICCEPTS PRESIDENCY. HAS RESIGHED AS PASTOR1 OF ST. AN DREWS, CHARLESTON. Des Not Seek Congenialty As His Goal, ZeAgC0nstraned By A Firm Con viction Of Duty. Dr. James A. B. Scherer has an nounced his acceptance of the presi dency of Newberry college, to which position he was elected at the re cent meeting of the board of trustees in Columbia. At the morning ser vices at St. Andrews Lutheran church Charleston, on Sunday, Dr. Scherer, in tendering his resign ation, spoke as follow: "Being constrained by a firm con viction of duty, I hereby present my resignation as your pastor and. beg that it be accepted as soon as possible, consistently with the wel fare of the church. In presenting this resignation I respectfully ask your careful consideration of the fol lowing brief statements: "I do not Lake this step for the purpose of pecuniary betterment. The remuneration afforded by my ?resent situation is exactly $5oo per anrnm in excess of the amount which is offered to me ...

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 January 1904

ESA6 ECeta a tA$ ESTABLISHED 1865 NEWBERRY. S. C., TUESDAY, JANUARY 1,1904. TWICE A WEEK, S15 AYA FIRST WEEK'S WORK OF GENERAL ASSEMBLY RECESS TAK3N UNTIL WEDNESDAY ELECTIONS FIXED FOR TI RSDAY. Good Roads, Biennial Sessions, Special Courts, Railroad Legislation, Taxation And Other Important Matters. Columbia, January i8.--Tuesday being the anniversary of the birth of General Robert E. Lee and a legal holiday in this State, the gen eral assembly adjourned on Satur day until Wednesday. A good deal of work was done during the first week of the session. -Good roads, biennial sessions, edu cation, taxation, railroad legislation and a number of other important measures have already been touched upon. The elections will be held on Thursday and then both houses will get down to the real work of t lie session and there will be noth ing to interfere with that work. THE EI,'CTIONS. The elections will be held on Thurscay, beginniiig at 1 i o'clock, and are to be taken up i:i the fol lowing ord...

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 January 1904

IllS NEW FII'L1) OF L ABOR. 'fThe Rev. D). P. Boyd Well 'leased With Ils Work at l'ouitalin Inn, of Which le Writes Interestiingly. lEditor Ilrald and Ned: I laving completed Inly first round on my work, I will trv to interest your readers for a shicrt while iii the things we have seen and felt, and heard. We reached the parsonage on Wednesday, the 23d De.e 0er, and were met by a delegation from Fountain Inn church, who gave us a bountiful dinnet, and man : other ings which are useful to anl itin erant and his family. Capt. Wim. Parks turned a fine peafowl into our lien-house, and aid these Methodists should not get ahead of hin- lie being a Baptist. A few days later a delegation from Green pond church caine with chickens, preserves, cakes, jellies, a large hone-rai,ed l ham and manv otlher thlille-s thlat are- lleb l ld tlhey sa1 that V,i II)' .- U 1H in :I w il look--on1v one obJe-ct on: I iave to fill thlrce appiltintmli ts oil the see ond S1n1day. The people seei to be willing t...

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 January 1904

THE CECIL RHODES SCHOLARSHIPS. Dr. E. B. Setzler a Member of the Committee Gives Some Very Valuable Informa tion In Regard to Them. Editor Herald and News: The following information with regard to the Cecil Rhodes scholarships may be of interest to your readeas: Two of these scholarships are given to this State, only one of which will be awarded this year. The scholarship is good for three years and will pay the holder$i ,500 a year---$4,500.oo for the three years. The expenses at Oxford, it is estimated, will be easily covered by $i ,ooo a year, leaving a surplus <>f at least $5oo a year to thc holder. All applicants for the scholarship to be awarded this year must give no'ice to President Benjamin Sloan, of the South Carolina College, chair main of lie coinmittee for this State, durilng tle m1onth of Januar v, of their iitentionl to contest for the Scholarship. The exatninat ion will be he( soeictiile bet ween February and IMay, and the successful appli cant will begin resid...

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 1904

Wo notice that Anderson has raised her share of the lampton monument fund and that the An derson chamber of Commerce has agreed to appropriate half of the $200 asked from Anderson county for carrying out the purposes of the State Immigration convention, pro vided the farmers' institute will appropriate the other half. These are the marks of a live and progres sive county,-a County wheihl hou1 ors the memory of the man who made possible South Carolina's pres ent developement and a county which is willing to make a small out lay now in order that it, witi the rest of the State, may reap an abun dant harvest in the future. VIhat has Nevherr done in ro gard to these matters? Te ! I\, wer b n'r . harm or te 'edon \ whiich can not be enforcedkten breed di epect for all wI . I. t ns assume a caSe w 1 w N be ev ereI by the anti-tr atn pas tA he bf heWoh h". -.T inho .iv .i'r . e iec toh take I V a at :om an not a mber of C the board .o must h et into lEve I yterfor nye yearsRespetful. r r t...

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 1904

FIRST WEEK'S WORK OF GENERAL ASSEMBI [Continued from itt page] ers the words ''for the issue", "against the issue", or "for I levy", or "against the levy;" tl if a majority of the qualified electq who shall be free-holders voting said election shall be "for the issu, or "for the levy" then said co missioners are authorized and rected forthwith to prepare a issue said coupon bonds to bear r more than six4>er cent. interest j annum in denominations of o hundred dollars and five hundr dollars to the extent of the amou mentioned in the notice of said ek tion, and payable within thir years after the date of issue, shall proceed to levy and collect t number of mills voted for at sa election through the county trec urer in the same manner and by t same means as now provided I la A'. The proceeds of whieli boii and special levy shall be used f the p > of building and rep.ai ing public roads and b)rides :n mlaCal("boIIizing Vo (-r ermanen C It iiq)rovilig the public road higliway. and ...

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 1904

BAKED APPLES. 'he wiy t4, Mlake a co('onClvel fellt nild ste'wedl quickly ovZ-r I:.- firt. al that bakcod slWly for svveral ho,urs i" 1 11oderatte ovel is ',I) groat Ihat mne Coild visily beli-ove I ha (Ii1Iq.rIl fruit: had been u.ed. Each nlthtd, if earv. funlly folloved, prod4(nes a ditelious re atult, and, whilo some persons ha-e n strong prefericve for ole ol1 the other to 111y nii I( it 1s difficilt to decide .wihel 1, the bottvr way Thelvirfore i1 iS NN611 to use both m11ethI0oIS, coking. the first appIls that Conme III Ilidstil iner by stewing, ad laIer, whle th cool dllays of varly matt nke a1 fi' less objelltinble, trying Itle hinking. The dish for- bakinig Is ats important as tha1t. or bealns bmked1 properly 1i11( also for I 11dian plifilings, 111141 S l d()Ill(l ht, the sainle in slyle and Inaterial. -ul tle fritit (:and yon Iloy 1us(- in this way any khfnd of npplcs or' (- poars whicb ar too green or 1:11n4 to ust. (Illco illh intb) luarters; then nLvit11oe ltI' cmres an...

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 1904

TiE JIMG'E REAUT1 I I SHE PLUCKS HER WARDROBE FRO TH.-: Tr:-:.S AND VINES. I- I. act. 11nrl. im iht. oie fna m e Fralbrit. I)' lilt- Set-i,ivilizedl 11elle < I4' W e,.: ui .4-- 1, 1 i tX7 .Jete T it 01:4 u ime i)1nu1114 tid. -I In in the trupical junill glvs of Ce tral1 .\ntwrivo :1ntl the W est IlIldies It headi of the4 raiiy is not worried Ij nil ers' an(1 ti ressuin k iers' hiis. Ti HVIliclivilil"v !-e lle of, thes'. land-Z knov hlow to) i necar-ly Ghe whole of her. ca tiniie rin-ml ti jungle. She nalnurail turles It hersvielf-oni Iho manterials sli Ir igathers froil naure. Thoigh site unilt be able i re cases to get front ti One 81101) tell or fiftveil inlies away few yards of' cloth With vIlch to lunab her dress, anly trin-linilleg she Inay wh, to put upon It must he searceed for the woods. Ilnee bark is her ravorite interial fi 11kiniga anlythling light and daint Tills Ile bark is the IlihnII whleh cove the lvart of* the lact. bark trer. TI Inativvs vare'iflly rtmove 1t ain...

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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