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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 18 March 1904

E. H. AULL, EDITOR. WHAT MAKES A TOWN PROSPER. An Atlanta man now residing in Charleston was talking of the -At lanta spirit* when a North Caro linian declared hi. talk only -nor Atlanta hot air." Then the tueo got down to business and iadc a wager on the strength of the "At ' lanta spirit." The Atlantan asserted that his city would build at the St. Louis expo 't'on a model of t-he new un ion statioi- to be erected in the Gate Ci'tv: that he,would wheel an At lanta made wheel-barrow from the present union depot to the model at the exposition and would make more than two and a half miles an hour on the trip. The Atlantan has already won $25 on his first propo sition. since the model depot has been authorized. and if he carries out his part in full he will be rich er by $500. To show their appre ciation of his defense of the city. Atlanta manufacturers have agreed to.fuinish him with every piece of clothing he shall wear on his jour ney. One house contributes coat, vest and trousers: ...

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. — 18 March 1904

RURAL SCHOOL LIBRARIES. So Far Only Four Schools In Newberry County Have Raised Necessary Amount to Secure Libraries. ()nv four schools in Newberrv county have so far raised the neces sary amount of Slo to tak<e advan tage of the liberal terms of the Act .passed b the recent legislature to encourage the establishment of ru ral school libraries. The Act has been printed and referred to a num ber of times and its terms are very generally understood. Superintendent of Education E. S. Verts is verv anxious that twelve schools in .ewberry should take advantage ofthe Act at a very early date. It will be remembered that only twelve schools in each county may secure libraries in any one year. Superintendent Werts has addressed the following letter to the various teachers of the schools in the county which are un der the General School Act: "I desire to call to your atten tion the Act passed by the last legislature to encourage the estab Fshment of libraries in the rural school districts ...

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. — 18 March 1904

FOR THE RURAL LIBRAREES. List of Books Adopted From Which Libra ries Established Uuder The Aull Act M'ay Choose. The State board of education has adopted a list of !oo books from which the rural libraries establish ed under the recent At-111 Act may choose. That the books purchased by such liblraries must be selected Irom this t will be noted by a let ter which State Superimendem Martin ha. -em t" the cOuIt su perinte"Icnes inl which he tates tllat anae ithe,ni,n :ch,Il Furnish;ng c,npanV. Chie::g'. told the boar that his company had been ielliin bo.-ks. which were iiot ado.-pted hy the state oard. Su perintenidei, \lartin quotes the law, which ,ay-s that "n1o pubb1eC sCKl suipplies iall be purchased by sChool (fteCers f,r uSC In thle pub ic scools of any county in the State excecpt Zu-c ; are authoie by the state board t be sol. The ollowing i- the list of books authorized by the Noard. inciudiiig over So worth, of books from -which selection" ma be made. .\ cominee was appited to ...

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. — 18 March 1904

- Bobby's Bargain. Lippincott's. Henry and Bobby. ages eight and ten respectively, were little boys who thought and had tendcn Cies. In colnsequence 0 which. at times. they were a source of great e'nbarrassment to their meer. o'by, in particular, had the mon eymaking propensity. 1 I e saved his pennies religiously. and his eye was keen for a bargain. One evening at dinner their fath er had as a guest a gentleman who was a great horseman. The boys listened for awhile, then I Bobby opened fire with "Say. .\lr. Smith. can you buy a horse for a hundred dollars?" "Yes. Bobby," Mr. Smith. "you can. "Can you get one for fifty dol lars ?"' "Yes. "For twenty-five dollars "Yes., "For ten dollars ? "Yes. "For seven dollars?" "Perhaps." "Seven dollars. really? said Boby, wondering. "Would the horse be awfully fast?" "Well," said Mr. Smith. smiling., "you would not be likely to get! a Lou Dillon or a Dan Patch. but the creature might be able to pull a plow." Bobby thought for a moment; - then, "...

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. — 18 March 1904

THE UNION DEPOT MATTER. Chairman Garris And President Childs Consult With Board of Trade And Council. .hairmnx' . W. G1arri.. of the board of railroad commissioners. -i d 'resident \W. G. Childs. of the Columbia. Newherry and Laurens 'Tailroad. were in NeL)erry on Wednesday to confer with the board of trade and city council in regard to the union depot which Newberry has requested and ior which the hoard of trade. council and citizens have been working. President Chitds made a proiosi tion that he would raise his track aid move it about ten feet nn!rer the Southern track. on the edg-c of the roadway't etween the twt -ncks and erect a neat umbrella shed and platform across irom the Southern <iepot. Mr. Childs said that if this should be determiined upv)on he could make arrannigaents with the South ern railhar ofhcials for the use or their depot and that he would then place his ticket zagent in the South Sern depot. the whole thing practical ly amounting to a union depot. If this w...

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 March 1904

E CTraWY a l R EAES. VOL. XL. NO. 91. NEWBERRY, S. C., TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 1904. TWICE A WEEK. S1.50 A YEAR No wberri Tuesd; roundinj ie Gents' F high wil heimer, weaves, the kind Over C Stripe, 1h Our $5 Suits arn Don't w Glapp ar Shoes. opened. Shoes ai *"TW are the Swell dre Ladies'9 DoIt Forge THE COTTON IARKET A SLUMP 6 OF 250 POINTS IN TWENTY MINUTES. Sully's Faiure The Cause-Cotton Has Now Taken Another Upward Turn and Tension Is Relieved. D. J. Sully. the couon operator, wL.o has for fifteen monthi been th Iggcst figure in the ccz-n markets of th: world, and who has 'bulled" c :ton from 7 c-nts a pound to over 7, on Friday announced his n abiitv to make good his engage ments on the New York Cotton Ex change. Within a few n-ovients cotton fell nearly thirtten dollars a bale from the highest figtrcs of the day. Scenes such as followed the an nouncement of the failure it has been the privilege of few brokers to witness before. Traders in the street have witnessed stock panics in...

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. — 22 March 1904

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More of Less Interest Con densed Outside the State. California' diemocratic state Comm1itv hs (cclared in favur oi Hearst for pcrsident. Two car barns were burned in Chicago on Sunday night. Thel fires were incendiary. General Leonard Vood's nomii nation has been confirmed by the senate and he is now a major gen eral. An anti-lynching crusade has been inaugurated in Mississippi by the W. R. Barksdale Camp. L'. C. V.. of Grenada. Miss. Henry Williams. colored, was hanged at Roanoke. Va.. on Friday. for making a murderous assault I upon a white lady and her three year-old daughter. %F. Henry Richardson. for many years editor of the Atlanta Journal. and one of the brightest writers and speakers in the South. died in Atlanta last week. The republicans of the 1oth Geor gia congressional district met on Saturday and nominated a negro barber of Augusta to oppose the present democratic incumbent. Two factions in the republican congressional convention of the 20t...

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 March 1904

LEVER-DANTZLER CONTEST. Republicans Could Not Stomach the Negro and Agreed In Favor of Representa tive Lever. By a unamious vote the national house of representatives, on Thurs day. agreed to the report of the elections committee in favor of Rep resentative LevLr. whose seat was contested by Aaron Dantzler, col .red. There has never been any k)ubt as to the action of the con mittee. but the friends of Dantzler hoped the house would postpone passing upon the committee report until a later period. Dantzler has nade himself obnoxious to mem bers by daily hangmng around the house. occupying vacant chairs on the republican side of the chamber. Neither his atire nor his personality are attrictive. and the action of the house today deprived him of fur ther privilege of the place. In making its report in favor of Mr. Lever, in the Dantzler-Lever contest, from the 7th South Caro lina district, house committee on elections, No. i. takes the ground that the investigation shows that Dantzler, a...

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 March 1904

AS TO APPROPRIATIONS. We publish the specifications of the Observer as to "Extravagance and Deficiences." The Observer says: "Ve have specified some thing over a hundred thousand." We do not style the Observer's idea narrow but we do think the Observer should have been more accurate in its statements of the fig ures. because it is very easy to state appropriations in round ntt'n-, bers and to say "about" so and so. The exact. figure. are easily ob-" tainable. Then we are surprised at the ignorance of the Observer as to the income by which Clemson is supported. The Hehald and News has never been an advocate or believer in higher (ucation. by the state. but the policy of this state ior a hun dred years has been ag*inst that judgment and we have never op posed these sfate institutions. though some years ago when the state %,ent wild on building more colleges we took the position then that we were top-heavy vith higher instiution, and if there was more money to be spent for education we...

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 March 1904

Tribute of Respect. With feeble tread the "thin grav line Is hustling to it-last parade. To the bivouac o'er the river. With their comrades. 'neath the shade. Their deeds are blazed by battle's flame On history's brightest. proudest scroll. -And written deep in loving hearts To bide so long as time as time shall roll. God guard them on their latest march Adown the last decline of life. And God grant that they all"aill in line M I NV E E Thousands of Goods at the low the spring seasc ray of brand nE feasted upon. I week the larges roof. Here are s gains in fine higi known. It will i miles to the big-. NOW FOR TII First in order comes WHIT] cent. more than the prices quoti One lot beautiful lace stripe a Figured Mercerized Welts ar A big line white 36 in Baskel Fine Madras white in short lt waists worth 15 and 20c to go , Extra Pk value this lot fancy at this special Easter sale - Big pile white lawn short leng Anotber pile white lawn 40 i1 A big lot white dimity short lt Persian Lawn...

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 March 1904

WASHION WOMO WRSTERS. Society Women Have Taken to Still An other Fat and the 'Nen are all Agog. The society women of Washing ton have taken to still another fad. It is nothing less than the noble art of ..: estling as taught by two pro fessionals. iately come out of Japan to instruct the fashionable women of tlis country how to become Oriectally graceful. strong and s'OupIe. says the WNashington cor r:Sponldent of the N ty*s and( Cotr ier. I -s. \Vadsworth . a woman Of unique ideas and a leader in Wash inton's ziart set. is responsllble for this facinating Lenten iver sion. When she inlormed her friends a few weeks ago that she had a surprise in store for them no one sus1pected that two natives of japan were en route across the Pa cific to fill professional engage ments in Washington as instructors in wrestling clases for the rich. The sensation waxed even great er when the two Japanese arrived and proved to be almond-eyed maidens of great beauty. They brought with them credentials ...

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 March 1904

LTTLE KNOWN OF PANAMA. Some Regions, Though Famous Once, Now Forgotten-Stories of Hidden City. Chica-o Chronicle. With the exception of a settled strip along the railroad and the route of the proposed canal. 'the new Republic of Panama is but little known to the outside world. The country. however, comprises many square miles besides this strip. and in it are interesting re gions and localities, some of them once famous. but now forgotten. The new republic has about 8, ooo more square miles of territory than the neighboring Republic of Costa Rica, and 1oo.000 more in habitants. The canal strip is thickly popu lated. hut eastward extends a m1ountainouMs wilderness. inter spersed with swamps and Jungles. through which Indian trails are wanting. The greater part of this region is practically uninhabited. a few scattered Indians here and there being the only population. There are ouly two exceptions to the almost universal desolation. One is found on the San Blas coast. forty or fifty m...

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 March 1904

PAMOUS DISPEISARY CASE. Chief Justice Pope Hears Argument in One Phase of Lake City and Scranton Dis pensaries Case. Messrs. W. L. Bass. of Lake City, and Shipp. attorneys. repre senting certain parties in Williams burg county. appeared before Chief justice Y. J. Pope. at chambers here. on Saturday morning. in the fanious Lake City amr Scranton ,dispensaries case. asking for a stay of the operation of the dispensaries at Lake City and Scranton until the case has been decided by the supreme court. .Nir. \\. F. Clay ton. of the Florence b ar, as repre sented by .le-srs. J. Y. Culbrcath and 1. ',!!. Hunt. tf the Newerry bar. who( appearcd for the board of control. Quite an interesting ar gumnlnt of about two hours was inade upon the question at issue, the sole question being whether the dispensaries shall be allowed to sell whisker until the case is decid ed by the supreme court. Chief Juntice Pope reserved his decision. which in all probability will be filed in a very few days. The ca...

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. — 25 March 1904

VOL. XL. :SO. 91. NEWBERRY. S. C.. FlIID.A.Y. -MA-RCII 25. 1904 TWVICE A WEEK. S1.50 A YEAR THE NEWBERRY OF THE DAYS THAT ARE PAST LETTER FROM FORMER NEWBERRIAN, NOW LIVING IN TEXAS. Graphic Description of Old-Time Sales day-The Courts and Lawyers of Those Days and Now. Woodvilie. Texas. March. 1904. -Laws. as we read in ancient sages. Have been like cobwbs in all ages: Cobwebs for little flies are spread. And laws for little folks are maide. But if an insect of renown. Ho0rnet or beetle. wasp or drone. Be cf.ught in quest of sport or plun der. The flimsy fetter flies asunder." Ouoth some one. 'There is a grave doubt whether there are any lawyers in heaven." Dickev. the historian. savs there is one.-St. Yoes.-and that the peasants of Brittany. celebrating the feast of St. Yoes. sing: -Advocatus'et non latro: res nirando populo." (A lawyer and not a robber: a wonder ful thing to the people). Entering the court house block from the west. we take a (Iraught from the cool, bubbling spri...

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. — 25 March 1904

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. - Items of More of Less Interest Con densed Outside the State. Another civil wa-, in pn-rcss in Turkey. Wm11. R. llearst has started an other paper in iostol. A tornado lid great damage to property and caused at least one death in Central Arkansas on Ties day. An earthquake shock was felt on Monda morning in nearly all sec tions of New England. The shock was particulaly violent in Eastern Maine. A tornado and hailstorm s,wept over Higgiasville, 3o.. on Monday evening. wrecking about fifty buildings. mortally wounding one man and injuring about fifty others. Former Mavor Wm. R. Grace. of New York. (lied in that city on Monday in his 72d year. Ile was elected mavor on the deiocratic ricket in 188o and again- in 1884. The negroes and a few whites bolted the Texas Republican state convention and two sets of dele gates were chosen to the national convention. Nearly eight thousand seats have been sold for the prize fight in San Francisco tonight between young Corbett 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. — 25 March 1904

BACHMAN CHAPEL LETTER. Purity in i zAitics the Need of the fimes. County Executive Committee - Other Matters. Sligh. .\larch 24.-.\Mr. Editor, %asn' t there sonic kind of a law Vassed at the last sesion of the leg re nrohibitin- any one tron it-atig %with intoxicating liquors within a mil of any voting precinct 1 election days? It runs in my d that there was a measure of thi kind on foot and that it became - law. This is a good law. but it dotes not reach far enough. It u,Jht to read that any candidate who is asking the suffrage of the people. found treating with intoxi cating liquors or even lending mionev to anyone knowingly for this purpose shall be guilty of a misde m'eanor, and onl Conviction he fined not less than Sioo nor less than ninetV days on the chain gang. My friends. beware of those who ar*e trVing to influence votes with liquor. WVe've got to be more con servative at the ballot box if we want our country to prosper. Don't vote for a man just because he's a gootI fello...

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. — 25 March 1904

E. H. AULL, 1'DITOR~. AS TO POLITICS. The state democratic executive committee has issued the call for the state convention, and the county executive committee will meet soon to call the clubs together and to ar range for a county convention. Then the political year will begin. There is little probability of any of the state officials having Op position, except the one member of the board of railroad commis sioners whose term expires this vear. It was never known that an.v man succeeded himself without op position when seeking re-election on this board. It is'a six-year term office and therefore longer than two terms in any other state office. The state convention will ha\e little to do except to elect delegates to the national convention. The people of South Carolina so far as we have heard expression. are not united on any candidate for the nomination. a(l no one who has been mentioned seems to be an especial favorite. The democracy of this state should be willing to take any good...

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. — 25 March 1904

THE NEWBERRY OF THE DAYS THAT ARE PAST. ( Continued from Page . iudei orer thci all to appear iii black . they soor ax him wo vlectcd him irector general of the fashion. Now the judge can no more say, as old Judge Durks did while put ting on his -cwn. "Fore God. I be lIeve U'm in Madam Van Rhn's petticoat. L.\wYERS INrTELLEcTu.\i. GIANTs. Looking over the court room we nnd that in those days the lawyers were ind ;ectual gi.ts. " 1.\ t;u! great lav.ycr is onie o he ,:-letI products of civilization. Hie is a master of the science of human ex perience. I He sells his clients the results of that experience and is*thus the merchant of wisdom. The labors of many generations of legislators and judges enrich his stores. His learning is sufficient to enable hini to realize the comparative littleness of all human achievements. A great lawyer will not do a mean thing for money. F-e hates vice and delights to stand forth a cham pion of virtue. Neither love of friends nor fear of foes can swerve...

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. — 25 March 1904

A CONFEDERATE IN CAMP. Snpplies Were Plentiful the First Year of the War, but it was Hard Foraging Afterward. Richiuor lime- ptch. At the first hate f Mssas some o' (IUr men1, ureC"en iies* fioml the enW.V. and n are were c~Viic1: ac'n 1 att I. unllk . our cnttre r\e 'aS supplied with this splendid article of sohlier equimnt. These flies were about oi and a half vards square. with buttons along two sides and button holes along the other two. and were nadk O good tent cloth, hut not so heavy as that used in the regular tents. By huttoning two of them together and stretching them over a pole. which rested on two forks. good shelter was obtained for two. and. on a squeeze. three men. .As every man carried a pair in his belt. the remaining ones were used to close in the ends. Quarters thus arranged. with a good ditch around to carry off the water when it rained. were very cosy and com fortable. and had the advantage over the larger tent of being easily and quickly preparel. When three m...

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. — 25 March 1904

LESS IMPULSIVE THAN PORMIRLY. .The Strenuousi President Does not Affect the Manners of a Cowboy so Much Now. I'resident Roeveh is not as pulsive. as spectaculur ir as dm1 onstrative in his greetings to daily visitors at the White House as he was when he first succeeded to the Presidency. His daily receptions., which used to be marked bv more or less striking incidents. are now conducted along conservative lines. says the Washington correspondent of the News and Courier. A personal friend of President Rosevelt. who has frequent oppor tunitx to observe him in his official capacity, says there has been a marked change in the 'President's manner towards his official callers. When President Roosevelt first en tered the White House his daily re ceptions abounded with interesting and amusin- incidents. as a result of his hearty and sometimes uncon ventional gretings. He frequently entered the big re ception room.. where a crowd of senators. representatives and other official callers were w...

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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