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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 19 January 1904

n.. A.l. SCEERER ACCEPTS PRESIDENCfY. RAS RESIGNED AS PAS'OF OF S1. AN DREWS. CHARLESTON. DOes Not Se"k CongntaHty As His Goal. be4ng,C onstrained BY A FrM Co riction Of Duty. Dr. james A. B. Schere: has an nounced his acceptance of the presi dency of Newlberry colege. to whicb position be wa- elected at the re cent meeting o' the boa- e of t--ustee in Columbia At the mrnin se: vices at St. And1ews Lu*.herar cburcl Cha!;estr tr PSurt-v. 1-: Scem i. e au l Newe mt , . . .. - . . 1 ' *tn . : ma. :n c.an *, . .we fovcmntS of MAY P4opk, Aewbe rum and Ths Whe Vist Ncwbrry. Dr. Hallhar i ir Spartanhurg. MT. A. C. Jone. was ir. Newber, laturday. Miss Nettie Moore will return t 2er home in Colunbih Thurnsdax M:. j. S Saniord has gone t Newberry to work.-DelmT C%o -exingtn Dispatch. This offict haC . picasant visi: oi Iarurde' Ion: D: G. A. Setzle: 0 P(1omarif :P 1 Elieso- o: Shgh -pai e)~ san vN-: a t ra . ewmm- ha. re:u-se,x Uil~ --il \N-i>j....e3Qe: andc Mis Num Meazh : o .~~ ~ ~ 11 .1...

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 January 1904

ESTABLISHL, 185 N1NWBER C., 1lUDA.\ ---- ) 1 0. T'WICE .W E EK, 1 . 50 A YN R R HON. H. H. EVANS ELECTED CHAIRMAN W."O. TATUM OF ORANGEBURG, CHOSEN COMMISSIONER. Miss LaBorde Elected State Librarian Messrs. TowllI and Boykin Members of the .Board. (Special to Herald and News.) Columbia, January 21.-In joint session of the general assembly to da [yiHlon. C. A. Voods was elected associate justice of the supreme court to succeed himself. ir. 'Woods had no opposition. D. B. Puerifoy and J. 0. \Vingo were elected members of the board of directors of the State peniten tiary. Miss Livnie I0al3orde was elected State librarian to succeed herself. She was opposed by several ladies. W. 0. Tatum, of Orangeburg, was chosen liquor commissioner. T he I on. 1. 11. E va s, of N ew - berry, was elected chairman of the dispensary board of directors, re eiving 99 votes. Mr. Evans was opposed by Former Senator and now County Treasurer McDer motte, of Ilorry. - THE DISPHNSARY DIRECTORS. Messrs. John Bell...

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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 January 1904

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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. — 22 January 1904

THE NEWBERRY OF THE DAYS THAT ARE PAST LBTTER PROM FORMER VEWBERRIAN, NOW LIVING,IN TEXAS. Great and Good Men and Beautiful and Charming Ladies Who Lived and Moved in the Old Village. Woodville, Texas. Here's to them, to them that are gone; Here's to thei, to them that are gone; Here's to them that were here, the faithful and dear, 'That will never be here agaiii-no never; But where are they that are s,-,-w.? Oh! where are the faithfui and ;rue? They're gone to the light th-it fears no night, And their (lay of rejoicing shall end , no, never. Here's to them, to them that were here; Here's to them, to them that were here; Here's a tear and a sigh to the blisS that's gone by, But 'twas never like what's coming to last forever; Oh! bright was their morning sun; Oh! bright was their morning sun; Yet long ere the gloaming, in clouds it ga'ed down, But the storm and the cloud are now past-forever. Then speed to the wings of old Time, That waft us where pilgrims would be; To the regions of...

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. — 22 January 1904

J. II. AUJ.I, J .>)&iJi, The Chcstc:r 1'alltts:-11 chlillis th.1st ChCster waH th. first coluitv to ay ih y<od Stoa<. Inovc-menilt it) any yictit :xltt: . iald Gt Abbi-vii1b .t:,and Bainncr kniow" nothifil, abou tht brt d-sk1low that "Abt>eville;s ,:meil as good load", a01 We eXpeWO to svee-imote wc .h;al: be- iti e i t f t hat .1 .1. cits'N whiebl i.1 pave-d with y,oldc:.br1 k WVv ak yhtd td Lo kiltm that Ch-:io ha lu .y bI. i it a w .AL a to y,u ruad" andw! hupt. U.htl h14:1 y,t .t(-I I 11. k A. . i I \ i II';II,(1, kA11 ik k I k hit,. .~ i t i itC ~ A . I , y ( Id u ku o ti Abb k -l y,udt in k A i i ini titd i i.i - il yk U Ci 4~~... "A Ut 4.A h1 h wealthy maln he had about iiduccdl to come here, bwit he had benm adVisel to try Mississippi by it paid 011i)iA1 %o the IS-t.11e. Mr. Scott wotid nIot ilTelitioll tihe iname of the ollitia il,l ' heit- had .lot kvw ds to l.is li: opinijon oft such .1 (ne W '1w0 (vi!w I Ilill(l.ill t' a111r.v ho 11 the SL-. tilitAR NIM'S...

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. — 22 January 1904

3WS OF PROSPERrY. XrE nk at Grace Sunday School-Mrs. Browne's Musical-Personal and Otherwise. Piosperity, January 20.-A very attractive feature at the Sunday school of .Grace Evangelical Luth cran church on last Sunday morn ing was the a.ppearance of Mrs. E. C. Cronk, of the Atlanta Luth eran mission. She announced that her talk was especially intended for the children, yet all the school rec6ived'it with attentive, and as results show, with open minds. She was not here especially to ask for anything, but incidentally men tioned their plan for placing the memorial windows for their pro posel Atlanta chdrch, and Grace Stnday-school pledged one. No ekort was made,tp raise the money then, but four persons have volun teered five dollars each.before leav ing the church. The school district citizens' meet ing came off as scheduled, January 19. It is pleasant to know the in terest The Herald and News has in our general welfare as manifested by having a repr5sentativc, Mir. J. K. Aull, at 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. — 22 January 1904

LOCALS AND BRIBPS. Happenings In Newberry And Elsewhere And Observations Briefly Stated. It is admitted even inl New York that Bryan holds the vets power inl the matter of the nomination of a democratic candidate for president. Some of the weekiy papers aie speaking of "a Iysterious case in Newberry. T'hey refer to the girl who went about in boy's clothing. We see by the Chester Lantern that a merchant offered a prize of $to to that person makiig the best guess as to how long a candle Would birn in his show winldow. It burnled i i I hours, 25 minutes and 35 sec oids. The wiliner caie within ii seconds of the exact time. We are progressing in this country; aid may the lbright Launtern burn for h: The Crow Creek correspondent ,,f the i ickens Sentinel-Journal wanti; the legislatire to enact a law prohiiting children marrying und- ti er t W,ent y-onle years of age. We re- st fer this to the bachelor member of, the Newberry deleg4ionl, as bachel- ht ors know moic abott these matters tha...

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. — 22 January 1904

TO BE A YEAR OF ,ORRORS, Calamities Are Predicted by Paris for the Year 1904. A special cable to The Philed elphia Press from Pa'ris says: The' papers here are commenting gravely on the unanimity of the astrologers, fhagiciani, clairvoyants and trance medjums in' predicting a year of horrors for 1904. A leading astrologer named Jacob sizes up the situation as follows, and the others agree mnore or less as to detail: Here is the horosco'pe for 1904, made at the moment the sun entered the sign of Capricorn: It indicates a year of great immorality in London. The viceroy of India abdicates. The United States has grave quarrels with Russia and Ger many. Roosevelt falls sick and4 a' conspiracy is hatched against him. Serious financial disasters in Am erica. The Emperor of Japan has grave accident. An attempt on the life of the Em peror of ('hina. Volcanic shocks in Constantinlo ple, Chile and the Philippines. A fear of unihealthy literature and unlimited materialist. The French Clbinet fa...

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. — 22 January 1904

PURELY. PFRSONAL. tht Movements of Many People, Newber rians and Those Who Visit Newberry. M rs TIabor H ill went to Baltimore yesterday. 'Iiss Lalla Arthur returned to AshVille yesterday. Mr. Etigene A. Griffin, of Char lotte, is visiting in Newberry. Nir. C. 1 Graham, of Ponaria, pai a pleasant visit to this oificc \\c, e ddy. C. C. Diavis is among the visiors tody trom Newberry.-Greenvilie a Ifer,aid. 2('th. Nilr. Ray, of Coluinbia. general s ul erinttendent of :ne V. C. oi* mil., int t.we State was in Newbrry \>V.1Wiliam Dwbrhlardt, of New. t e ty e d inl tie citv V - n.g re'.ati ve- Colum tbiai Re i!'-. \\'. T. Glenn andl chi1r:n. o ' happAll*s, vi-ited her parents ) iast wcek. -\\inn.h>o New- and V llcerAld, 2->h NI iss Evelyn McMeekin is now in h Newberry visiting her sister. Mrs. i G. W. S .Winsboro News anl Herald, 2oth. P Nr,, Carrie Pitts, of Newberr, ti '+ited Superintendent of Educa ti(,n John S. Drrick this week.--- - f,exington Dispiatch, 20th. 1 . C. M. Bouk...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 22 January 1904

ESTABLISHED 1865 NEWBERRY, S. C.. FRIDAY. JANUARY 22. 1904. TWICE A WEEK, S1.50 A YEAR HON. H. H. EVINS ELECTED CHIRMAN W.,0. TATUM OF ORANGEBURG, CHOSEN COMMISSIONER. Miss LaBorde Elected State Librarian Messrs. Towill and Boykin Members of the_Board. (Special to Herald and News.) Columbia, January 2.-In joint session of the general assembly to dayjHon. C. A. Woods was elected associate justice of the supreme court to succeed himself. Mr. Wcods had no opposition. D. B. Puerifoy and J. 0. Wingo were elected members of the board of directors of the State peniten tiary. Miss Linnie lfaBorde was elected State librarian to succeed herself. She was opposed by several ladies. W. 0. Tatum, of Orangeburg, was chosen liquor commissioner. The Hon. H. H. Evans, of New berry, was elected chairman of the; dispensary board of directors, re- I ceiving 99 votes. Mr. Evans was opposed by Former Senator and now County . Treasurer MCter motte, of Horry. . THE DISPENSARY DIRECTORS. Messrs. John Bell To...

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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 January 1904

soldiers battled was not lost, and paying tribute to the life and ser vices of the South's most distin guished soldier, of whose birth this day wAs the anniversary. Dr. Cromer said that only a few days ago many assembled here to pay the last tribute to one of Lee's great lieutenants. This was Lee's day, and it was fitting that the peo ple shduld assemble that the women might honor the survivors of the Confederacy, the followers of Lee. These guns here were of a different pattern and belonged to a past generation, the shadows of whose survivors were lengthening towards the east. Dr. Cromer drew a beautifui pic ture of the South as the "land of memories." He pictured the field of Gettysburg-the field of monu ments, with its, tablets recording the history of Federal commands, with its hundreds of monuments marking the positions of Federal regiments, some of them costing as high as $8o,ooo and $9o,ooo. There is one Confederate monument on that field marking the highest point reached in ...

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. — 22 January 1904

THE NWERRY OF THE DAYS THAT ARE PAST LETTER FROM FORMER NEWBERRIAN, NOW LIVING,IN TEXAS. Great and Good Men and Beautiful and Charming Ladies Who Lived and Moved in the Old Village. Woodville, Texas. Here's to. them, to them that are gone; Here's to them, to them that are gone; Here's to them that were here, the faithful and dear, That will never be here again-no never; But where are they that are gone? Oh! where are the faithful and true? They're gone to the light that fears no night, And their day of rejoicing shall end no. never. Here's to them, to them that were here; Here's to them, to themthat were here; Here's a tear and a sigh to the bliss that's gone by, But 'twas never like what's coming to last forever; Oh! bright was their morning sun; -Oh! bright was their morning sun; Yet long ere the gloaming, in clouds it ga'ed down, But the storm and the cloud are now past-forever. Then speed to the wings of old Time, That waft us where pilgrims would be; To the regions of rest, to ...

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. — 22 January 1904

E. H. AULL, EDITOR. The Chester Lantern claims that Chester was the first county to agitate the good roads movement to any great extent, and the Abbeville Press and Banner knows nothing about that but does know that "Abbeville has some as good roads as we expect to see before we shall be a resident of that city which is paved with golden bricks." We are glad to know that Chester has long been an advocate of good roads and we hope that her agita tion has accomplished much good. We are glad to know that Abbeville has roads very little inferior to those in that city which is paved with golden bricks. And we are glad to know that the editor of the Press and Banner is traveling such good roads on a straight course to that city, and we hope he won't be lonely when he gets there, so far as his brother editors are concerned. We congratulate Chester and Abbeville and Editor Wi'son. We only wish that every county in-the State could have been the first to start the agitation for good roads and...

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. — 22 January 1904

THE NEWS OF PROSPERITY. Mrs. Cronk at Grace Sunday School-Mrs. J. F. Browne's Musical-Personal and Otherwise. Prosperity, January 20.-A very attractive feature at the Sunday -,hool of Grace Evangelical Luth eran church on last Sunday morn ing was the appearance of Mrs. E. C. Cronk, of the Atlanta Luth eran mission. She announced that her talk was especially intended for the children, yet all the school received it with attentive, and as results show, with open minds. She was not here especially to ask for anything, but incidentally men tioned their pian for placing the memerial windows for their pro pose Atlanta chiirch, and Grace Sunday-school pledged one. No effort was inade.tp raise the money then, but four persons have volun teered five dollars each.before leav ing the church. The school district citizens' meet ing came off as scheduled, January 19. It is pleasant to know the in terest The Herald and News has in our general welfare as manifested by having a representative, Mr. J...

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. — 22 January 1904

LOCALS AND BRIEF. Happenings In Newberry And Elsewhere And ObservatiOns Briefly Stated. It is admitted even in New York that Bryan holds the vets power in the matter of the nomination of a democratic candidate for president. Some of the weekiy papers are speaking of "a mysterious case in Newberry." They refer to the girl who went about in boy's clothing. We see by the Chester Lantern that a merchant offered a prize of $io to that person making the best guess as to how long a candle would burn in his show win.dow. It burned z i i hours, 25 minutes and 35 sec onds. The winner came within 1i seconds of the exact time. We are progressing in this country; and may the bright Lantern burn for, many years. The Crow Creek- correspondent of the Pickens .- Sentinel-Journal wants the legislature to enact a law prohibiting children marrying und er twenty-one years of age. We re fer this tq, the bachelor member of the Newberry deleg on, as bachel ors know more about these matters than married men...

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. — 22 January 1904

TO BE A YEAR OF HORRORS. Calamities Are Predicted by Paris for the Year 1904. A special cable to The PhilSd elphia Press from Pa-ris says: The papers here ire commenting gravely on the unanimity of the astrologers. magicians, clairvoyants and trance mediums in predicting a year of horrors for 1904. A leading astrologer named Jacob sizes up the situation as follows, and the others agree more or less as to detail: Here is the horoscope for 1904, made at the moment the sun; entered the sign of Capricorn: It indicates a year of great immorality' in London. The viceroy of India abdicates. The United States has grave quarrels with Russia and Ger many. Roosevelt falls sick and a conspiracy is hatched against him.: Serious financial disasters in Am erica. The Emperor of Japan has grave accident. An attempt on the life of the Em peror of China. Volcanic shocks in - Constantino ple, Chile and the Philippines. A fear of unhealthy literature and unlimited materialist. The French Cabinet falls b...

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. — 22 January 1904

PURELY. PlSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newber rians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mrs. Tabor Hill went to Baltimore yesterday. Miss Lalla Arthur returned to Asheville yesterday. Mr. Eugene A. Griffin, of Char lotte, is visiting in Newberry. Mr. C. L. Graham, of Pomaria, paid a pleasant visit to this office Wednesday. C. C. Davis is among the visitors today irom Newberry.-Greenville Herald, 20th. Mr. Ray, of Columbia, general superintendent of tbe V. C. oil mills in the State, was in Newberry Wednesday. Dr. William Eberhardt, of New berry, spent yesterday in the city visiting relatives.-Columbia Re cord, 18th. Mrs. W. T. Glenn and children, of Chappell's, visited her parents last week.-Winnsboro News and Herald, 2oth.3 Miss Evelyn McMeekin is now in Nev:berry visiting her sister, Mrs. G. W. Suber.--Winnsboro News and Herald, 2oth. Mrs Carrie Pitts, of Newberry, Aited Superintendent of Educa tion John S. Derrick this week. Lexington Dispatch, 20th. Mr. C. M. Bouknight, of Newb...

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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 1904

4, 4 STABLISHED -1865 NEW B13101RY , S. C., T E D Y T NUA Y2 ,101 W G E K 15 IRK ~ ~ ~ S r j A B L J S I i D t 8 6 5N E W B E m n . 8 C . T U 14 1 8 1 ) A N FT JA N u Ur - Y ) . 1 9 0 -1 . .1\I E N W E , I 5 . Y A ENERAL ASSEMBLY HAS BEGUN ITS THIRD WEE] SENATOR TILLMAN WILL BE PUT BAC ON THE WINTHROP BOARD. House Yesterday Killed The Haskell Bi To Abolish Special Courts--The Work Of Friday and Saturday. (Special to Herald and News.) Columbia, January 25--T' house today killed Mr. Haskell bill to abolish special courts. Columbia, January 25.-SenatC B. R. Tillman having been legi: lated off the board of trustees c - TVinthrop by mistake, Dr. T. A Crawford, of Rock Hill, who wa elected to succeed him, has ter dered his resignation on this ac count, and the general assembl must elect another member and c course will put Mr. Tillman bac on the board. Dr. Crawford dc clined in the following message "The (list inguished services of Ser ator Tillmnan to Winthrop Coll:g render his continuan...

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 1904

TILLMAN ON THE TREATY. Thinks That Democrats Will Not Be Able To Have It Fall of Confirmation. Senator Tillman while in Spar tanburg recently, speaking of af fairs at Washington, says the Spar tanburg Journal, said that the greater part of the discussion in the senate and everywhere in political circles is on the Colombian affair and the Panama canal. Asked concerning the position of the dem ocratic and southern senators in re lation to the canal, the senator said: "Well, there are only thirty three democratic senators, and to prevent the ratification ofthe treaty the minority will have to control thirty-one votes, and I am afraid that the Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas influence fir the canal, with that from other places also, will de moralize our forces and let the treaty pass. We all want the canal, but give it to us honestly, decently. "The difficulty is that people for get that the Panama route is not the only one, but the reptiblican i party has no morals nor respect for t a...

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 1904

Speaker Cannon's Friendship For Him Evidenced At the President's Reception. A Washington dispatch to the Greenville News says that Con gressman Aiken attended the big reception given by President Roose velt Thursday night. It was his first visit, but cqurtesy demanded that he should go to at least one of the four big receptions given by the President during the winter. These receptions are attended by the Four Hundred of Washington and the cream of the official life of the cap ital. Handsomely dressed men,beau tiful women in the most fashionable attire to be seen in the world, for eign diplomats, with their bright uniforms and their strange tongues, the beautifully decorated and bril iantly lighted rooiis. the music of the Marine band, all furnish a measure of intoxication for the new visitors. Congressman Aiken was wander ing around with Mrs. Aiken, point ing out to his wife the men of promiinence when "Uncle Joe" Can non, speaker of the House, slapped him on the shoulder in hearty...

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