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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 23 February 1904

R. H. AULL, EDITOR. The schools of the county should take advantage of the rural liberary bill passed by the last legislature. It provides that when the patrons of any :hool raiz i So. the same amount shall be appropriated out of the funds for that district and then ..c .*oe approp,ate- ten dollers. Only twelve schools can secure this sum in any one year. We would be g!:,-* to see twel.- o the country schools take advantage of this op portunity at an early date. The Her ald and News will give- to the first school in this county complying with the law so as to secure the library a copy of the A.:als of Newbrry, and a copy of Dickert's History of Ker shaw's Brigade. The legislature -r,J5 passed -,t, law by which a .ax .- 5v cents is -sie placed upon -.e ". al . dog." The immigration bureau which has been :.r:vi ie r i y lie legislature w e :o;-.e a! pr, e i. ; cod thing. We did not advoca c .ie e.tablishment of tb new departmei,t < th State goverti ment f r I-.e I-aon that it invol...

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. — 23 February 1904

A RT O"HISTORY* Commodore Perry's Guns Woke Up The Japanese. Originally the islands that make up Dal Nippin, or Greater Japan, were peopled by a Caucasian race, who oc cupy in Japanese history a position similar to the early Britons in English history. These people. now represent ed by the hairy Ainus of Northern Yeddo. were driven northward by the storm of Mongolians. who swept cross Korea from Northern China. The first great leader known was Jim mu Tenno. who founded his dynasty about 66o B. C. He is deified as the decendant of Amaterasu. Goddess of the Sun. Another string of Mongolics came from Malaysia by way of the string of islands. To this southerq strain is probably due the mercurial temperament of the Japs. Superfi cially the Japs seem to resemble the Chinese. close examination proves that the race has been evolved inde pendently. They, however, absorb ed the earlier Chinese civilization. The history of the succeeding cen turies is vague until about 200 A. D., when an amazo...

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. — 23 February 1904

THE NEWBERRY Of THE DAYS THAT ARE PAS' LETTER FROM FORMER NEW BERRIAN, NOW IN TEXAS. Loving Words For The Old Folks A Home-More Reminiscences, By One Who Knows. Woodville. Texas. There is no time like the old time when you and I wer:: young. When the buds of April blossomed and the birds of spring-time sung There is no place like the old place where you and I were born, Where we lifted first out eyelids o the splendors of the morn. There is no friend like the old friend who has shared our morning days No greeting like his welcome. no hon age like his praise. There is no l.ve like the old love, tha k-.e courted in our .rid-. Though our leaves are falling. fallini and we're fading side by side. There are ni times like the old time -they ne'er shall be forgot: There is no place like the old place keep green the dear old spot: There are no friends like our oa - i tds-may heav :i pr_!.-ns their lives: There are no loves like our old loves -God bless our loving wives. Since my last letter...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 23 February 1904

THEY LOVED CHILDREN. Great Writers Who Won the Hearts of the Youngsters. It is one of the must lovable traits in many of our greatest men that they are as skilliul in wining the hearts ui little children as in captivating the minds of their parents. Even Sam Johnson ielaxed his grimness into smiles of pleasure when Boswell's baby daughter held out her arms to him and pulled his hair when he was not sufficiently attentive to her. Byron, whose own child life had been so saddened and imbittered by a loveless mother, worshiped his little daughter Ada with all his passionate soul, and history has no sweeter pic ture than that of Southey singing his child to sleep as he paced the floor with his "littie burden of love" in his arms. Lamb's great heart had many a warm corner for his child friends-all the heart, in fact, that his sister Mary did not fill-and when he took his daily walk through Edmonton it was the signal for all the little children to flock to him for a kiss, a kind word. or. ...

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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. — 23 February 1904

LUTHERAN SEMI-CENTENNIAL The Exercises To Be Held During The Coming Week-The Inter esting Program In Full. The congregation ot the Lutheran church of this city was organized in 1853 and the first church building ded .4cated in 1854. The semi-centennial ,i the organization of the congrega --tion and dedication of the church will 'be held during the coming week. On Thursday night the main feat -ares of the exercises will be addresses by Dr. George B. Cromer. whose sub ject will be "Our Heritage." and by Dr. A. J. Bowers. whose subject will be -Lutherans in Newberry." On Friday night Rev. W. K. Sligh -will speak of "Our Future," and Rev. W. C. Schaeffer. of Savannah. of -"Lutherans in the South." On Sunday morning the church will be consecrated. with sermon by Rev. M. G. G. Scherer. D. D., of the Semi -narv at Mt. Pleasant. Charleston. On Sunday evening. the pastor will be installed, with addresses by Rev. Z. W.- Bedenbaugh. president of the South Carolina Synod and Rev. S. C. Ballenti...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 23 February 1904

SUPPLEMENT THE. HERALD AND NEWS NEWBERRY, S. C., FEBRUARY 23, 1904. FORMER STAT S COMMIS! Fext of the Inswe Committee's I State. ATHissmE k A Document of Interest tc Carolina-The Cha - Cht To the Honorable Senate and the House of Representatives: OnNonday, Feb. 8th, 1904; there was esenzte to your honorable body a re ortof.the loint committee d'pointed uinder concurrent rs6utiona adopted at-the Weion of 1893, "to consider the several reports of 'the commission on the; completion of the State house and fats. relating thereto,", of which com mittee Hon. Robert Aldrich. of Barn -well was chairman, and Hons. R. - I. V Manning, of Sumter; J. 0. Patterson of rnwell, T. .- Rawlinson of Rich landand 'T. Y. Williams- of- Lancaster were':members. 7bis ;eprt contained the. lindings of _Ado4nittee and the testimony up -'on which said ndingswere based. ~ pbe sole testmony relating. to the "iork inmc7&ed- thereli- was that of Captain" S S.: Hunt, who swore that he was a resident of Washington...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 23 February 1904

dition which must necessarly surroun these closets as long as they were si located. Realizing the importance o: such conveniences, and being con vinced that some -provision foi then must be made before the permanen work on the State house ras completed the commission sought to provide different, more-convenient and safel locality in the bFdilding for thesi closets. These new closets were no contemplated. when the question o completing the State house carne be fore the general assehibly. nor wer there any plans, specifications or con tract relating thereto: but the commis sion believing that out of the appro priation enough had been saved to in stall these necessaries. made such con tract with reference to them as justi fies us in courting the most rigid ip vestigation. At the time the fixture! were installed there was no sewerag4 system in the city of Columbia. and ni municipal regulations covering detail. which though adopted for the sake o: uniformity and governmental regu lation ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 23 February 1904

it out. FTom Its appearance it looked I to me as if some one had used some kind of .bar to prize it loose. The work had the appearance of being well done. I remain, Yours, very truly. Columbia Plumbing and Cornice Works. H. B. Chapman. Manager. Telegram: Columbia. S. C.. Feb. 1S.1904. A. C. Dover. Ocala. Fla. Did the State house roof show flash ings were torn out when you examined it? tSigned) Frank P. Milburn. Telegram: Ocala. Fla.. Feb. 18.1904. Frank P. Milburn. Architevt. Yes. some half dozen pa);z.es absolute ly pulled away froim wall. (Signed) A. C. Dover. Columbia. S . C.. Feb. G.. 1904. Mr. Frank P. ]%ilburn. Dear Sir: I am a native of Georgia. but now a resident of Charlotte. N. C. I am a practical cornice and metal and sheet worker. with 22 years actual ex perience. I did a g:cat deal of work 'on the State capitol at Columbia: had charge of the sheet metal work of the innet dome and the outer dome. and also the guttering. anid the same was put i.n according to the polans a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 23 February 1904

THE PEOPLE' ContributionS From ii EIGLISRI 01- II1GRITION His Views on the Method That Must Be Employed to Briaz Immi grantA to South Carolina. To the Editor of The State: - I have been much interested in read ing reports in the newspapers express ing public opinion -on the question of introducing into the State of South Carolina a class of European immi grahts-farmers, who in some respects are. less ambitious . than American farmers-a class of people who will be content with small farms. say :I0, 30 or 50 acres of ground. I am told that the south has enough even now of common laborers, and that the need is simply those who will enter the State and buy up the large tracts of lands and convert them into small farms. The peasantry of France have small farms which they till with artistic skill and reap excellent harvests for their industry. They are a thrifty people, save .their money and at times, of greet financial depression have sav ed the government from impending bankruptcy. Thes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 26 February 1904

V.5 VOL. XL. NO. 163. NEWBERRY. S. C.. FRIDAY. FEBRUTARY 26. 1904. TWICE A WEEK. $1.50 A YEAR FIRST SIHERRIGS OF COUNTY POLITCIUL POT -- ' - - ON HAVE RIGHT OF WAY. It Is Too Early Yet For Announce ments But Names Are Already Being Mentioned. The warm weather of the past few days has been a reminder of the near approach of spring, and the approach -of spring on an election year always turns the thoughts of the American citizen to volitics. It is, of course. too early for definite announcements from the candidates, but the political pot is already slightly simmering. The people have begun to discuss probable candidates, and the probable candi dates are already casting around for a cofiprehensive view of the situa tion and to get themselves in shape and their supporters together. This is presidential election year, and the people of this county will take an interest in national politics, in ad dition to the great interest which they always manifest in local and State; politics. But fo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 26 February 1904

IMMIGRATION DEPARTMENT. Governor Heyward Appoints Mr. E. J. Watson to the Position of Im migration Commissioner. News and Courier. Columbia. February 2.-Governor Heyward is very much interested in the newly created department of immi gration. He wishes to make it a suc cess from the jump, and he thinks that he has succeeded in giving it the proper start at the outset, and tonight announced that he had appointed Mr. E. J. Watson, of Columbia, as com missioner under the provisions of the recently enacted law. The idea of a department of this kind is dear to the heart of Governor Heyward. and before he started in on the campaign which resulted in his election he advocated the establish ment of such a department, and in fact ever since he has been in pub lic life he has been earnestly endeav oring in his quiet way to have such a law enacted. Then, when the law was passed, the General Assembly pointedly placed the responsibility for the success of the undertaking on him and his appointee...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 26 February 1904

THE REPUBLICANS. Lively State Convention Held in Co lumbia-Capers Won Out Over Brayton. Columbia State. 25th. In the bitter and very rowdy con test between the "ins" and the "outs 'in the republican State convention in Cooper and Taylor hall yesterday, State Boss John G. Capers won a complete and sweeping victory over Maj. E. M. Brayton. The district at torney explained the violent charges the latter had brought out against him in a card published in a Charleston negro paper to the satisfaction of the convention and received 102 votes out of a posible 125 for delegate to the national- convention, against io votes for Brayton, who turned up at the foot of the class on the first ballot and who was not even chosen an alter nate. There were nine nominees, includ ing Maj. Brayton. for the four places as delegates. The delegates chosen were. John G. Capers. E. H. Deas. L. W. C. Blalock and Dr. W. D. Crum. The four defeated delegates receiving the highest vote were named as alternates, Maj...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 26 February 1904

E. H. AULL, EDITOR.. THE IIGRATION DEPARTMENT. Governor ieyward has shown wis dom in his appointment cot the new secretary of immigration. If any thing can insure the success of the new department, we believe it will be the appointment of Col. E. J. Watson as secretary, recently made by Gover nor Heyward. Col. Watson has been intimately connected with the work leading up to the establishment of the new department, is thoroughly in sym pathy with the movement, is a hard and tireless worker, and well qualified in every way for the duties of his new office. In addition to this, he has an extensive acquaintance throughout the State, and is liked and esteemed where he is known. We opposed the establishment of the new department because we did not believe that the cost would be jus tified by the possible benefits. True, the State needs a desirable class of immigrants, and the.~cost of the de partment for the first year is compara tively small. But if the ideas of those who brought about 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. — 26 February 1904

FIRST SIMERIGS OF COHTY POLITIGIL POT (Continued From Page i) i.olitically. The rules of the party provide that no candidate for office shall hold the position of county chairman. Mr. Goggans being in the race to succeed himself, the election of a new co-imty .hairman will be necessary. The Sheriffs Race. Sheriff M. M. Buford, who has served for two terms as sheriff, will be in the race to succeed himself. No definite opposition to Sheriff Buford has been developed so far., although several names have been mentioned in this connection. Superintendent of Education. County Superintendent of Educa tion,Eugene S. Werts will seek to suc ceed himself in the superintendent of education's office. As stated above, Maj. F. W. .Higgins has been men tioned for this position, but no opposi tion to Mr. Werts has been definitely announced. Treasurer and Auditor. Treasurer John L. Epps and Audi-,' tor W. W. Cromer will seek reelec tion to their present positions. Treas urer Epps has served two term...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 26 February 1904

SOUTHERN CROSS FOR NEGRO. Presented by Women of the South to All Who Saw Active Service in the War. Kansas City Star. Visitors to the Tennessee Camp at the Confederate reunions in the past few years will remember at the Mem phis. Tenn, uniformed company's headquarters an old negro in gray uniform who stood faithful and jeal -ous guard over everything pertaining to the men of that company. H1e wore the uniform, cap and badge of Company A: Confederate Veterans. Visitors going to the reunion, which is to be held in Nashville in the< sum mer, will-see him again as affable, as efficient, as respectful, as young as ever. gray uniform, cap, badge and all. but this time he will wear in ad dition to these the Confederate Cross oi Honor, which the women of the South have made for all Confederates who saw actual service in the stir ring days of 1861-65. This is the first time in the history of the Southern camps that this honor has been ac corded a negro. and thd fact that -there are a hund...

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. — 26 February 1904

A TIMELY ARTICLE. A Splendid Newspaper's Most Ex cellent Opinion On An Important Matter. Charlotte Observer. The Detroit Journal comes to the aid of Russia to the extent of ex pressing "distinguished consideration and best wishes in time of trouble," but says the fight with Japan is one it "can't mix up in any more tangible way than with our sympathies." This sympathy is expressed for the reason that in spite of great faults, it likes Russia for her own sake and for the enemies she has made. In giving the reason for the sympathy expressed. the Journal prints some interesting alleged historical facts. It calls at tention to the naval demonstration made by Russia during the civil war "as a warning to European nations which were inclined to take advantage of the embarrassments under which the republic was laboring," and as serts that the value of the assistance rendered the United States during the civil war has often been called into question. and that "those who have felt that a part...

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. — 26 February 1904

POSTOFFICE ROBBED. Slighs Postoffice Entered On Wed nesday Night and Relieved of Money and Stamps. Information was received in New berry yesterday that the postoffice at Slighs. in the lower part of the coun ty, had been entered on Wednesday night and robbed of money and stamps. The postoffice is in Post master Sligh's store. It is stated that holes were bored in the side of the store-house with a i-inch auger and an entrance made in this way. About $5.oo in money and $5.oo in stamps was taken, together with stanip books. due books and a few ,goods in the store belonging to Post master Sligh. It is stated that the tracks of two parties wre observed leading up to and away irom the building at the point where the entrance was made. THE CHAIN GANG. Referee Dominick Will Begin Inves tigation of Charges Against Man agement on March 9. The Hon. Fred. P. Doniiek. who was a:ppointed by Judge D. A. Town send referee to take testimony and re port the same on the first day of the next caurt, i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 1 March 1904

V. e.Cr aD a EA S. VOL. XL. NO. 17. NEWBERRY,'S. 0., TUESDAY.. MARCH 1, 1904. TWICE A WEEK. $1.50 A YEAR THE BLOODY REGORD IS STILL UPHELD ANOTHER SHOOTING IN SA LUDA COUNTY. C. M. Douglass Shot .And . Probably: Mortally Wounded By Bunyon Gillion. Newz has been received in New h-erry that C. M. Douglass was shot at Saluda Court House late Saturday night by Bunyon Gillion. The ball. which was fired at close range. en-. tered th,. right side and penetrated the lower loeb of the liver. Inflicting very probably a mortal wound. 'Both are young white men, lived near Saluda court house and married sisters. It was reported from Saluda yester day morning that the life of Douglass was hanging by a thread. The shot was nred at such close range, it was stated. that Douglass' clothing was sef on fire. The particulars learned by yesterday noon were meagre, but, it appeared that the wounded man had some words in the afternoon of Sat urday with Bunyon, Allen and Fate Gillion, thee brothers. Report ...

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. — 1 March 1904

the sermon being preached by Dr Scherer. and the Rev. Z. XV. Beden baugh. president Wi the South Caro lina Synod. being present. On Sun day night the pastor was installed the addresses being delivered by th< Rev. Z. XV. 1,edenbaugh and the sec retary of the South Carolina Syn-d the Rev. S. C. Ballentine. All the exercises have been held ir the church building and have beer largely attended. Fine mtsical programs have addet much to the occasions. "OUR HERITAGE." Richness Of The Legacy Handei Down By Those Who Have Gone Before. The opening services of the celebra tion were held on Thursday night The address for the occasion wa made by Dr. George B. Cromer, ani special music was rendered by the regular church choir. assisted b3 other musicians of the city. The sub ject of Dr. Cromr's address was "Oui Heritage." He treated it in a master ly and eloquent style, dwelling espec ially on the richness of the legac% that has been handed down by pre ceding generations to the preseni Luthera...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 1 March 1904

speaker, was composed of men, women and children who had been made ".alive to God through Christ." The Spirit of God. almighty in its grac ious works, took these stones from the quarry of nature, rough and un fit as they might seem to -be. and dressed them and fashioned them ac cording to his own plan. But in all this process of perfecting these build ing stones. so that each one might as sume its place and fulfill its destiny in this spiritual life, there must be on their part not only a passive yield ing, but also an active -co-operation with the spirit. The design of the spiritual temple was that God might dwell therein. Not that God was in aeed of a dwell ing place: "Heaven is his throne, and the earth is his foot-stool." The sun and the stars were his, and all the infinite depths of space. Myriads of shining angels who never sinned were his. Creation. yea, and the uncreate were him temple, in which he dwelled and manifested him self in his attributes of omnipresence and power a...

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