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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 1 March 1904

E. H. AULL, EDITOR. RAILROAD TO SALUDA. The people -i Saluda are to liav< a railroad either fron johnston 1 War&. And it isL said the promo'ter intend to extend it to Greenwood Why not to Newberry? If _ur busi ness men would bestir themselves w< believe the people of Saluda would prefer to join with Newberry and build to this point. It would be better for the people oi Saluda to come to Newberry. We are more closely identified in every wa3 with the people across the Salud2 than are the people of Greenwood More of the people do business her< and then there is a road bed alread3 graded. We hope there is. no business mar in this city who will be so narrow a to argue that a railroad would huri business here by establishing smal villages between here and Saluda That argument was used some years ago when we let the Seaboard build around us. If our board of trade has any lif left we would suggest that it get to gether and take this matter up witl the people of Saluda before it...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 1 March 1904

FAIR SEX AS SMOKERS. Cigarette Habit Among The Women Declared To Be On The In crease. Chicago Reccrd-Herald. -Sad t' -ay. the u-e *: egarettes by wmien apiears V be evel n the inI c'e7Ze." re:narked a leading Chicago denist wh,-e c, e is in one of the big lown to wn y rapers. "Let me tell you how I gained special informa tion on the subject. "Among my patients is a society woman who once had very pretty teeth. I found that she was spoiling the beauty of her teeth by the excess ive use of cigarettes. They were bad ly discolored at the front. Then I told her that she would have to stop smoking or sacri6ice the charm of one of her most attractive features. She frankly confessed that she had been using a meerschaum bolder which she had colored to a (lark mahogony with nic,tine. She added that smoking was not un common among women who played bridge whist. while many of the young ger set dallied with the cigarette hab it, though they had not yet become what might be ternied cigarette fien...

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. — 1 March 1904

THE BOLL WEEVIL. The Ways of the Pest That Ravages The South's Great Staple Crop. A name which has recently grown to be considered a synonym for dis aster is that of the cotton boll weevil. So fearsome has this tiny insect be come that it theatens the stability of one of America's greatest industries and presages a commercial revolution. If the inroads of the pest that has marched steadily onward from the fields of Old Mexico by stages into Louisiana and Texas are not soon checked the name. "King Cotton," will have passed from American own ership and the supremacy of this coun try in the cotton markets of the world have become but the bitter memory or a growing nation vanquished by an insect less than a quarter of an inch in! length. This little beast. says The Wash ington Star. has devoured millions of dollars' worth of cotton during the past few years. and all the energies of the cotton growers. assisted by the arm -Af! science, have thus far utterly failed to find a remedy which ...

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. — 1 March 1904

The Will That Made a Way. Sw n 1an cn et, thee calam it: ee the tIr"de !:acib- lia. ;-r:csronc, Cureton. Whiat co h he do - Noting but ri:spair. :Ir a yvear. Then Ie t. t l.ok about. and fomd woirk a. a coer. In bright er days. he had enjoyed watching and helping a cobbler. and that ex perience of idle hours proved a prov idential thing. So he began by making the ccarsest k:nd of shoes. but the onIy kind h: -ould make. All the neighbors patrCnized him. The great teachner. Frederick Froe bel. sad. *Learni to do byv doing." and als. *Go roi :- known to the un:nown. This boy. Elisha C,ureton. did both. though he had never ofeard f Frob. From mak ing the coarsest. he got to making, the finest shoes: and whereas. at irst. men went to him or shoes for their farm hands. thry nnally went -to him for shoes fRr themselves. Those who cann-ot walk have more time than those who can. Young Cureton was not a genius. but attention and study are good substitutes for the "divine afflatus, and these e...

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. — 1 March 1904

CONVICT CAPTURED. Sheriff Buford Lands An Ecaped Pen itentiary Convict Near Char lotte, N. C Sheriff M. M. Buford captured, near Charlotte. N. C.. on Friday night. John Miller, a negro who escaped from the State penitentiary anthori ties in igoi. Miller was convicted in Laurens county of the murder of a white man, Spence Simpson, and was sentenced in 1899 to serve lftcen years in the penitentiary. He es caped from R. F. Smith's camp. in Pickens. Sheriff Buford brought his prisoner to Columbia and turned him over to the penitentiary authoritie-;. The Charlotte Observer of Satur day morning gives the following ac -count of the capture of Miller in Char lotte: "Miller was captured at i o'clock this morning in a house near the Hoskins mill by Sheriff M. M. Buford of New berry. S. C.. assisted by Policemen Youngblood and Asbury of this city. --Ater Miller's escape all trace of himx was lost until a few davs ago. when Sheriff Buford learned that '%Iil ler had been working in or near this ...

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. — 4 March 1904

TOL. XL. NO. 17. NEWBERRY, S. C.. FRIDAY, MRII 4. 1904. TWICE A WEEK. S1.50 A YEAR MATTER OF BUSINESS AND NOT GOVERNMENT DISPENSARY IN RELATION TO FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. State Loses Suit Against Feaeral Govern ment to Recover Taxes Paid for Sale of Liquor. A Washington dispatch states that in the United States Court of Claims the Chief Justice announc ed. in the c- of the State of South Carolina against the United States,. to recover various sums paid by the State of South Carolina as special taxes for the sale of liquors in the State at the various Aispensaries by the officials in charge of these dis pensaries, that the petition of the State of South Carolina was dis missed. - The dispatch states that this is one of the most important cases that has come before Commissioner of Internal Revenue Yerkes for de cision since he has been in office. The State of South Carolina made claim before him for refund of these taxes upon the ground that the State dispensary law, was con-, stitutional...

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. — 4 March 1904

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More of Less Interest Con densed Outside the State. Sam 4ull,ick was shot and killed and Upton lead was SenouSlY wounded in a sh oting scrape near Bunchanan. Ga.. which grew out ot a quarrel because lead refused to drink with Bullock and another party. The affair occurred II Head's dining room. Mrs. Helen Wilman Post. the "mental science mind cure healer, convicted at Jacksonville. Fla., of using the mail for frauduient pur poses. has been sentenced to be confined one year and one day in the penitentia _: at Nashville. An appeal has been taken to the United State circuit court of appeals at New Orleans. The postoffice department has re ceived news that the office at Hum phrey. Ark.. has been blow\n up. Reports have it that the motive was robbery and other reports that the affair vas caused by dissatisfaction with the postmaster. who was a negro named Greer. The office has recently been in charge of a ne-; gro girl and man. as deputies of Greer. Noah Raby...

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. — 4 March 1904

BACHMAN CHAPEL LETTER. More Prospective Candidates-Nafunber of Improvements-he Legislature. Personal. Slighs. March 3.-Mrs. H. R. Epps, who has been with her daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Rikard, for the past six weeks, has been quite ill. It is gratifying to note that she is now somewhat improving. Mr. Nolan Epps. who has been working in the Newberry dispen sary for the past two months. is now at home. Well, the legislature made very little change n the road law. after all our writing and speaking last summer. I am truly sorry that Representative Aull failed to get his road bill through. I think. along with many others. that it was one of the best solutions of the good roads problem ever present ed. But it takes time for every thing. Radical changes can not be made in a day. The change mak ing it rptional for each county to decide as to the number of days and to fix the commutation tax-not to exceed six days' labor and S3.oo commutation tax-was a very much needed chan...

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. — 4 March 1904

State uhainnrin \\it e1 Jones has called a : eeting o the deio cratic executive comttee to be held in Columbia ,n Tuesday even ing. April 5 il the office of the sec retarv of state. The Columbia cor respondent of the News and Cour ier has already begun again the ag atation for amending the rules ofi the party "so as to do away with te horrible nuisance of a county to county campaign" It is suggested that only seven campaign meetings be held. one in each congressional district, and "then if the people will have speaking let invitations be ex tended by the county committees., Th6 Augusta Chronicle states in a three-column first-page head one day that the "Hearst hoom in Georgia won't set country aflame." and another day in a column edi torial it seeks to prove that the Hearst boom in Georgia "died a bornin'." All of which goes to show that the Augusta Chronicle is mightily afraid that the Hearst boom in Georgia is a pretty strong boom. The increase in the price of cot ton brings with ...

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. — 4 March 1904

LAW AGAINST USURERS All Papers Drawn For Usurious Charges Under $25 are Null :md Void. public gcrall zrc : r< in W., ti-rnis n:.; :file a ilm .D Iess than :we ullapr. tak ture or )thLr personal pr per i. Thcrc has fromn time' I. timC bten a great deal of Cm il 're .erence LO this matter. it having becn claied that these firnis were accustomed tr lend snall amounts in sim. rangting, from-, tiree to tel dollars. and so draw.ing the papcrs evade the present state law against usurv. There have been many instances told of where ilnorant people have borrowed from these Firms. say three dollars., and after having paid interest for several months at the rate of five to six dollars per month have in the end found themselves greater in debt than in the begin ning. and not only lost the original securities. but also the money paid bv them from time to time as in terest on the amount borrowed. The need of some legislation tc prevent this excess :trerzt, f 4 may be so called, though a stronge...

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. — 4 March 1904

NEGROES AT WHITE HOUSE. Mr. Scott, of Knosas, Charges That Cleveland Once Dined a Kansas Negro. During the consideration of the District of Columbia appropriation bill in the national house of repre sentative. on Monday Mr. Scott. of Kansas, made the . declaration that a negro had dined at the White House with President Cleveland during the latter's first administra tion. The statement was prompt ed by a reference by Mr. Gilbert. of Kentucky, to the dining of Booker Washington at the White House. Mr. Gilbert and others on the mi noritv si(le said they had never heard of the incident. and when the name was demanded MNlr. Scott said it was C. H. J. Taylor. who was appointed by President Cleve land as recorder of deeds for the District of Columbia. Referring to the declaration of a Republican platform for "free dom and equality." Mr. Gillbert mentioned the retention of Mrs. Cox as pGstmaster at Indianola. Miss.. and the apointment ot Crum as -collector at Charleston. S. C.. and he made...

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. — 4 March 1904

THE ILNOR TRAtGS'ES. A. B. Willlim in IU L : d ure r --tisct on <iizappoinlt 7 :na. . . . :- e i t .: e ct upckon,Ic In co rporial -iun;erance ii>!'.pn A\s. when a '.am ,e-. man who 2e 1n qianhd and dear lr desired hat is a fa;lure oes no -- v 1 sutter as keeir as Nap ken id wheni hs dreams f worid-wide empire vanished in the darkness dt thie night after Waer! - Are~ not the things the world laughs at m(rldszr(ssing t,han tihs it wveps over? N- the great and rending crashe '.c- ich c' me into0 all lives put th wr in ou, r faces. ali(l the :hiin our ar and the sore and life-Tapping aches in ur hearts. 't tfailures. re buffs and wrlewich occur day hv day. Death is supposed to be tie greates: of all the tragedies. the climax of disaster: but w\-ith death it is finished. so far as this world is concerned. What we call the minor tragedies contirue. and we live to feel tl-em. and most o us bear them without the sustaining consolation o- sympathy and with the bitter consciousness tha...

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. — 4 March 1904

POSTOFHCE ROBBERS. Two Negroes Have Confessed to the Rob bery at Slighs and are Now in Jail Here. 'ainstable E. K. ledenbaugh. of Prosperity. brought two negroes to Newvberry vesterdav and lodged theni in jail. on the charge of en terin, and robbing the postoffice at Slighs on Wednesdav night. the 24th of February. The ne,roes contesse( and. were placed in Jail on a warrant sworn (ut aw Con stable iedenbaugh before Fnited States (*(,mmnissi,)ner Frank L. nu-1. The iiegroes were captured through the efforts of Constable Bedenbaugh. who has been steadily working on the case since the rob bery. ConsaNl Hedenbaugh re ceived the assitace in several in tances o; Sh-erit Duford and Mag istrate B1. 'r. air. The :ie.re-es are Ned Tol:-I. about .xas of-; age. and Young Bridpts. abount i9 years of a:e. Both 'L:ed near Prosperity. Toland was reeasd fron the chain gang abont two %ears a o after haviig served an eighteen months' sen tence. i*e 'vent to'Florida at that tir,e and only returned seve...

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. — 8 March 1904

Seralb ahL tws. VOL. XL. NO. 17. NEWBERRY. S. C.. T'ESDAY. MARII 8, 1904. TWICE A WEEK. S1.50 A YEAR THE JIPANESE FLEET BOMBARDS VLADIVOSTOK SEELLS WERE THROWN FOR FORTY FIVE MINUTES. Attack Cost S100.00. In Ammunition. Other News From the Rnsso-Jappa nese War. \'ladivostok. .March 6.-A fleet of iye Japanese oattle ships anld two cruisers appeared off this place at 1.2; o'clock this afternoon. and bombarded the town and shore bat teries for fifty-five minutes. The fleet anproached from the di rection of Askold Island. at the east entrance of Ussuri Bay, and about thirty-fi,e miles southeast of Vladivostok. Entering Ussuri Bay the enemy formed in line of battle. but did not approach to a closer range than five and one-third niles. Thi. directed their fire against the shore batteries and the town, but no damage resulted. as most of their two hundred lyddite shells failed to explode. The Russian batteries, command ed by Gens. Veronetz and Artamo nofn. did not reply. awaiting a clos er ...

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. — 8 March 1904

CLEVELAND GIVES IT THE LIE. Says He Did Not Have a Negro Dine With Him at White House. as Charged By Congressman Scont. 1n :th natinal hIuse nf repre sentative- rn Thlursdlay. a letter sentative \\'eb. of .\ rth Car linla. was read (enyiig that C. i. I. Taylor. a negr . had dined with him at the White I I.use while he was president. as charged li Rep resentative Scott. if Kansas. a few days ago. Mr. Webh said he had wrItten the 1ormer president send - ing him an extract from The Con gressional Record and asking if the statements made by r. Scott were true. "This morning.- he said. "I re ceived the followh1 reply." which he read amid applause: / 1'rinceton. N. f.. -March 2. E. Y. Webb. House of Representa tives. Dear Sir: It is a matter of small concern to me that a Mr. Scott has seen fit to use my name in a dis play of his evil propensities on the floor of the house of representa tives. In answer to your inquiry. however. I have to say of his state ment that the colored man. C. H. J...

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. — 8 March 1904

REPUBLCIN ROOSEVELT'S RECKLESS ROTTENNESS PRESIDENT'S EXTRAVAGANCE EXCITES FEARS OF HIS PARTY. Costly But Tawdry White House Decora tions-Million Dollar Suburban Home Suggested. A dispatch from Washington sa that a million-dollar home in the 0uburbs for the president and the icrease of his salary to 7;.ooo a ar are the latest steps toward eXt7,avagance fathered by reubli can leaders very close to tile pres en". OCCUPant C the white ouse. C(:--I1ng as these do coinlcieiit with the request for aii appropriation ot '9c.0o ior new stables to guard ag,.st the Roosevelt horses con-. trreig colds. they have served to drmAw renewed attention to the un ned extravagance which has marked every phase of the Roose velt administration. The wiser re publican politicians are manifest im no little alarm over these de ve!ol:ments. since they realize that, suchi evidences of extravagance may prove a dangerous weapon in the hands of their opponents in a campaign before the people, and. tIere is Iuci et...

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. — 8 March 1904

MUST PAY FOR ISPENSARY ANYHOW. The Newberry I lera!l and Newl objects. to thle statemenLit recemtly lade hv the Yorkvilie Enquirer that the I.egislature 4f the State deied the peopie tle right to sav whether they approve, the dispen sarv situation or not. May our Newberry coiemtcporary "The- Leilatupre ga\e th ii tc the PeOple of every eunty to vote inl or to vote on: :dihpesay and the eclction cui hi'e held wien evcr 2; pIer Celt of the lec titonc for such an election. Ihat Is local self-,overnm1et by Conte anl the rule of the pe ple. \\'hat else do votn wIant?" \edo nt think our Nt whrry friend is quite :air in tin statemenr. Under the Act of the legislature the people o an eu;:: can vot( In or vote out the IsI)ensarV. It is true, but if it vote out the dispen sarv it will he required to pay a special tax to the state. sufficient. in the opirioi, of the law to make good such loss as the state may sustain bv reason of the dis continuance of the whiskey trade in such countv. In addi...

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. — 8 March 1904

OIL I1NLLS AND CREAtERIES. An Address Issued to the Farmers of the! County-Meeting Called For March 19th. a me ing1 of a () w :armers we wee r t ted )t call the at1,e ti all armers ti the advantage i frs e tingz the necessary machinery.\ to maniacture their own Cotton sced. \\*e think this machinery shouldM consist (-f smiall oilmil comlbinevd with smaizll butterA anld! cheese fact ries and run upon the as >clatc(i Aln. The oil I nils and ginneries c:m in the cott'n. uMaufiacture wh.lat fertili;zers the stockholdern wisih and searate the cotton seed into limer.1oil. hulls. and pure iall. The lintIrs ai oil shoul then . re:adv for market: but not s,, witi the i1l ai d the pine eal. fOr thr cv ntain two values. vic.f Chemists say thesc two value are separate and distinct. The first value contains the carbon hy drates. protein and fats: while the fertilizer value contains phosphate. aciu. potash. and ammonia. which makes six separate ingredients.and only -making a small clash betwee...

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. — 8 March 1904

INTER-STATE COCKING MAIN. 0 Big Chicken Fight Pulled Off in Pick ens County-North Carolina the Winner. .\ dispatch fr 'm G reenville t' the Anderson 'ai. say\ that th bir "Tnter-State Cocking lMain.' which was briught to an ingiori'ur end near reenville Thursday b the arriva! If Sher+ ;ilreath. t place in l'icken c. I't l Frli delpipe all flhe discuragemem an lbstaclec pl n the way by hos tile n ' sy.pthe t ic n:In his mer ieec wi t their littk ing- for the colrne: where the coun .'oI tie! o eei. ot thre o Snd .\i dersn :eet. he :mty ' ph.-ne, to zherjt? Al'eD.i 'f 'r iken c:ut anu: Se.it G ren of .\n derso'n county to beon the !.kou for yi feathers. With the wholeC army oft 'se-er, of the t)eace of three counties and Governor 1licyward arrainged against them. the party of sprt su1~ccee in foiling their *pursuers and pulled off t'e grand main ac cording to program. Your cor Z respondent has iust had an inter View with one ~ot tl? mana.ers. who for obvious reasons is willing to foreg...

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. — 8 March 1904

COULDN'T HAVE THE HORSES. A Message That Gen. Washington Re ceived Fro -I-is Mother. - St. .Nicholas. .\uch of Geurge \\'ihington'S nnr trength of characttr was due to his spicn,hI'd ancestry. as the lul lowing little anecdote will testifv: \\hile reconnoitering in West moreland couintv. \a.. one of Gen. \\'ashington';s ( 'neecrs chanced upon a nne team oi horss driven before a plough by a burly slave. Finer animaL he had never seen. When hs eye- had fasted on their beauty he' cred t' the driver "Hel, goodi jellow! I must have those horses. They arc ust stch animals as I have been look inc or. The black man grinned, rolled up the wlhites of hiz eves. put the lash to the horses flanks and turned up another furrow in the rich soil. The officer waited until he had tinished the row: then. throwing ba.k his cavalier cloak, the ensign of rank dazzled the slave's eves: -Better see missis! Better see misses !" he cried. waving his hand to the south, where. above the ce dar growth, rose the ...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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