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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 25 March 1904

SULIMER BROTHERS BUY VALUABLE PROPERTY FOUR STORE BUILDINGS PASS INTO THEIR HANDS. Buildings on Main Street Purchased From Mr. J. J. Lane-S30 000 Paid for th4. Property. The Messrs. Summer Brothers have purchased rom .\ r. J. I. Lane the four adjoining store 1huil ings on Main street. known as the "Lane block." two of which are now occupied by Summer ltros.' clothing establishment. one by J. W. \Vhite and the other by E. M. Evans. The transaction was brought to a conclusion on Wed nesday night. The price paid was $30.ooo. The building front on lain street. the corner huilding heing at the corner of Main and C'aldweli streets. Ihev are modern struc tures and the stre nw occupied by the Messrs. Summer llrothers for their cblthing establishment is probahlk a handsomely ftted as an' store of a sinilar kind in the State. Taking the condition of the buildings and ,their location into consideration, it is a very valuable piece of property which has been transferred from Mr. Lane to the han...

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. — 29 March 1904

VOL. XL. NO. 91. NEWBERRY. S. C.. TUESDAY. MARCH 29 1904 TWICE A WEEK. S1.50 A YEAR MMi Every day crowds ca tory, and the reason fc are unmatchabie. Wi MIMNAUGH'S prices i 200 Fine Paratols, n worth $2.00, your choi Hosiery for department, the larges Tomorrow mormaug we'll place o and Taffeta Ribbon, worth 25c. and We place on sale tomorrow morni last 8c. the yd. Another lot of 4o 5,000 Mill Ends ani t t A DESPERATE ATTEMPT. Japs Fail To Bottle Up Russian Fleet At Port' Arthur-Torpedo Battle. St. Petersburg, March 27.-Under cover of darkness this morning Vice Admiral Togo made another desper ate atttempt to bottle up the Rus sian fleet in Port Arthur. but he fail ed again, and when after daylight Vice Admiral Makaroff steamed out to give battle. the Japanese command er refused the challenge and sailed away. The Japanese practically repeated the tactics of February 24 by sending ig four fire ships, preceded by a tor pedo boat flotilla, with the exception that the fire ships this time...

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. — 29 March 1904

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More of Less Interest Con densed Outside the State. Sir Edwin .\rnoi. the antlb-r. died in l.ondon on Thursday. It is reported from New York that all grades oif sugar have been ad-: vanced live cents a hundred pounds. Chesley Peoples. white. was hanged at Wytheville, Va.. on Friday, for murder. He had been cleared of a previous charge of murder on the plea of insanity. Bob Stone. a negro. was hanged at Birmingham. Ala.. on Friday. "While serving a life sentence for murder Stone killed a guard about a year ago in an attempt to escape. Water broke into a mine at Brazil. Ind.. on Friday. and imprisoned about fifteen men. The tire department was called out and all the men were taken out after very narrow escapes. Two hundred houses were toroofed and other property loss entailed by a gale which swept over Louisville on Saturday. Other parts of the state suffered losses. The returns have been coming in very slowly from the primary held in Arkansas last week. I...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 29 March 1904

CONFEDERATE REUNION. It Will Be Held At Nashville June 14. 15, 16- General Orders. Lieit. Gen. Stephen D. Lee. com miandi:ng the United Confederate Vct erans. through Adj. Gen. Vm. E. lickle, has issued several general o-ders of great interest to the old :.hiiers of the South and those who o them. The most important is as follows: Liead(.uarters United Confederate Veterans. New Orleans. La., March 12, 1904 General Orders No. 7. i. The lieutenant general com manding announces that. according to the Csto:n heretofore in force. which leaves to the commanding general and the department commanders the rixing of t1e date of the Reunion. the; Fou:r'enth Annual Reunion will be) held in the city of Nashville. Tenn., 0. June 14th. i;th and 16th. 1904, T::enday. Wednesday and Thursdayi resp,ectively, those days having been named by our host as satisfactory. 2. The lieutenant general com natding realizes that there is no ne cessity for him to urge an attendance irom those who were present in Na...

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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. — 29 March 1904

Let's Make The State Richer. In an article published el!ewhere in this paper. the Cohlmbia State. rc ferring to the recent discussion by the Newberry newspapers of the feasi bility of reducing expenses of the state government. savs that *as a matter of fact. the expenditures by South Carolina legislatures are coi-, parativly small. True. this is not a rich state but we are by no means the poorest people in the uni,n. anid two corporate interests- -raraus and cotton nillz-pay ine-i ourth uf. the burden of state taxati(ii. It mar be granted for the sake , ar gument that too Inuch is paid for pensions and that the appr,,priations for state institutions of higher learn ing are too large. but then the comi-: mon schools and the public highways are improperly maintained and public! otficials inadequately paid." All of which is very true. The State makes the -oint that instead of trying to make reductions in appropriations for 'the sake of reduction that we seek to increa.e the prosperity ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 29 March 1904

NEWBERRY TIES CLEMSON. Great Game on Clemson Diamond Lort to Furman-A Good Strong Team Is Newberry. The ha-c ea:' te:n . Neuterry ien i prminence i te Season ,tr.onge-t clzege teams in the state. the Team ha played three games so far. The nr-t was on the local dia mond. the Presbyterian aggregation from Clinton being made to bite the dust. The second game was played with Furman. in Greenville. on Fri day. when Newberry Ist by a score of S to o. The third game was with the Clemson "Tigers.* on the Clem son diamond. on Saturday afternoon. the result being a tie -2 to 2. Clemson since its establishment has alwas had one of the strongest col iegre teans in the So:th and has won high distinct;on in base hall circles through out the contry. A tie game with Clemson on the Clemson dia mond especially ts. thereore. a dis tinct vict,)ry f-r Newberry. Newber ry has always played Clemson close and interesting games. but has here tofore lost by a very narrow margi each time. So that the game wit...

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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. — 29 March 1904

COTTON CROP OF 1903. Government Report Explains the Rise In Price-Comparative Figures. Th. Ilial report 4f the government census bureau on cotton ginned, showin, the total production for Number o c:nnrcial bales. in eluding linters. 1.300.558. against 11. 275.105 for 1902. The f-l1wing table distributez the crop. excliusive of liuters. in the Uni ted Sta:e : 10.208.073 commercial bale-. t.350.472 sq,are bales. 770.208 roud le-: 75.303 -ea island bales. The total crop reduced to a com on ba.i, as t s:ze of bales is an equivalent 01 o.85 i.2S ;oo-pound bale,. a again t 10.(30.943 00-P und bale in 1902. Tie number of bales. conuting round a half bales. includ mn- nter, was 10.0r4454. against 10. 784.473. the equivalent bales of a ;oo pound standard. including linl ters. were io.045.0. aga;nst 10. 287,108 in !902. The square bales. up land crop, reported from ginneries. which aggregated 9.35.72. shows a decrease of 633.193 irom 1902: the: round bales. upland crop. reported! from ginneri...

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. — 29 March 1904

A STORY OF FITZ LEE. A Darkey's Ready Reply Whicl Turned the Laugh. R imond Tirme-D iipatchn \e 1111d the fcilowing in n ex change: "The late Gen. John B. Gordon an( Gov. Chandler of Georgia were to gether in a hotel in Atlanta onc< when Gov. Chandler asked the gen eral if he had ever known a witti darky. 'Yes,' said the general, 'one. When Gen. Robert E. Lee was fight ing Grant in the "last days" an olh darkey besieged headquarters with re quests to see "the gin'ral.". He wai turned away a dozen times. But on( day he succeeded in reaching the guard immediately in front of Gen Lee's tent, and almost got in the temi itself gefore he was stopped. The al tercation which followed was over heard by Gen. Lee who called out: "Let that man come in!" Then intc the tent came the fellow, a rawboned, shambling, gray-headed. gnarled old darkey. who scraped the ground with his foot and kept turning his hat around nervously in his hand. " ' "Well, where do you belong?' demanded Gen. Lee. " ' "I...

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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. — 29 March 1904

THE BOARD OF TRADE. The First Annual Meeting Held on Thursday Night-Old Officers Re-elected. Th1e fr-.t annual ieetin;. of the Newberry Board of Trade was held on tast Thursday night. It was a very earnest meeting and steps were taken to increase the member 'hip and activity ot the organization. The o'd off.cers of the Board were re-elected. as Follows: President. Dr. 0. 8. Mayer. Firs- lice-president. C. E. Simimer. Secon)Id Vice-pre.sident. Dr. \an Smith. Third \ice-preident. 1:dw. R. Hipp. . Secretary aaTrca,urer. E. 11. Aull. The amne board j directors was also re-elected. as follows: Dr. 0. B. Mayer, C. E. Summer. Dr. Van Smith. Edw. R. Hipp. '\. A. Carlisle. James X,cIntosh. John M. Kinard. J. A. Blackwelder,, Otto Klettner. Messrs. W. G. Mayes and E. Cav enaugh were chosen the auditing committee. Mr. John M. Kinard gave notice of an amendment to the constitution re ducing the annual dues from $4 to $i, payable in advance. -Messrs.. W. K. Sligh. Van Smith, John M. Kinard. and ...

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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. — 1 April 1904

ol 4,u VOL. XL. NO. 91. NEWBERRY,83 C.. FRIDAY. APRIL 1. 1904 TWCE A W-EEK. $1.50 A YEAR THE WAR SITUATION IN THE FAR EAST RUSSIANS DEFEATED IN LAND ENGAGEMENT IN COREA. Japanese Partially Succeed in Block ing Port Arthur- Other Matters. A dispatch from St. Petersburg gives information of the first land battle in Corea as follows: The emperor has received a dis patch from Gen. Kuropatkin giving a long report from Gen. Mishtchenko. dated at io p. m.. March 28. which says that an important engagement took place near the town of Chong Ju. in which the Russians were defeat ed. The Japanese suffered heavily, but the Russian losses are not stated. Cavalry and infantry on both sides were engaged. The Russians occu pied a commanding position. The Japanese fought gallantly, but owing to their heavy losses, were un able to occupy the position abandoned by the Russians. Bottling Up Port Arthur. Washington, March 30.-Informa tion has been received here from Tokio under date of March 30 to this ...

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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. — 1 April 1904

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More of Less Interest Con densed Outside the State. Five lives have been L- l( :III wards of s5.ooo.ooo xi rth of 1)roper ty destroyed by the iiou,d which has devastated many parts of "lichigan during the past several days. Elijah W. Campbell. division super intendent of the Texas and Pacitic railway, was accidently killed in the railroad's yard at Dallas. Texas. on Tuesday. being caught between two moving cars and crushed to death. Gen. William H. Payne, counsel for the Southern railway. a distin guishe Confederate ficer and coi mander of the famous Black Horse Cavalry at the first battle of Bull Run. died at his apartments in \Vashing ton on Tuesday. aged 73 years. He lived for many years at \\'arrenton. Va., an( practiced law in the \'irginia courts. He became a briadier gener al in 1864. commandin. a brigade un der Gen'eral 1:itzughli, Lee. Returns fit ni the Arkansas pimry s1ow that Govern,r jeffers-n Divi-": will be entitled t,, enough delegates in...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 1 April 1904

Potash is removed in large quartities from the soil by the growing of crops and selling them from the farm. Unless the Potash be restored to the s:il, good crops can not con tinue. Wehavepnnt ed a little book Sco::ain:g valu a-le f.acts gath e. d i :- m :L .-- V nments h Savings are t Stepping Stones to success and plenty $1.00 a month deposited in our Will in 10 years amount to $ 146 00 $5.00 will in 10 years amount to - - - - $ 730 00 $10.00 will in 10 years amount to - - - -NI460 00 We want your business. Have ample facilities to accommodate our cus tomers. The Commercial Bank of Newbeiny, S. C. TlE ELITE PHOTO STUDIO will be moved into its new gallery at ex Ireme east end of Main Street by the first of April. The Studio will then be artistically arrang ed and better suited than ever before to ac comodate customers and friends. L umber, Shingles, Doors, Sash. C. H. CANNON, Near C., N.& L.Depot. Cheap Tickets West, Northwest CALIFORNIA Washington, Oregon, Nebraska, Nevada, Ida...

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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. — 1 April 1904

E. H. AULL, EDITOR. FRIDAY. APRIL 1. 1904. The Hampton Monument. The people of Newberry have nev er 'iailed to contribute liberally to a worthy cause when it waq presented to them in the proper light and the neatr sum raised by the committee in Newberry this week in aid of the Hampton monument fund is very gratifying. But ths contribution is not as large as it should be, and lacks much of being Newberry's full ap portionnient. The amount contribu ted by popular subscription should not fall below one hundred dollars. at the very least. .and ought to reach twd-hundred dollars -r more in the wholq,county. I stre there will be no returns in (lars and cents frmithe amount co ibuted. It is sentiment. pure and sine. if you choose so to call it. Bu t is a vere beautiful sentiment whoi would have us keep fresh and gr* the memory of a man who wa wvij*g not only to (lie lighting for thetause of his state and his people bntto live for them, and who led his pe*e out of the darkest period in thek...

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

A TALE OF SOUTH SEAS. Pretty Romance From Island of Sa moa. New and C'nrier. Strange a: it may -eem :iere wa: i this city rcceniy a price ,f the i4 land tf Sam-a. and while here he re ceived a photograph of a princess c that island. and the announcemen that the royal beauty had married th man of her choice some months ag and the prince, who at one time wa :onsidering a proposal from the sam princess, was by no means cast dowi when he received the picture and th announcement oif his former sweet heart's break from the path of singl blessedness. but seemed to be delight ed that his old-time girl had forgot ten the love of the past and had cho. en one of her own stati(on to shar with her the joys and ;,rrows of lii on their little is'and in these summe Seas. The prince in point was Mr. B. 1\ Cole. hospital steward. United State navy. who was here with :he navy re cruiting party. N. 4. an.I who ha he will continue to ail his Uncle Sam iel in getzing recruits :r -ervice 0 the big batteTh...

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 April 1904

CAROLINA RICE FIELDS. The One Spot in the United States Where the Negro is Content With His Associate. Helen Morris Lewis in New- and Courier. While in most localities the negro, with feverish anxiety. strives by ed ucation to attain social equality with his superiors, the South Carolina rice deld negro .ogs . along contentedly with the mule through the peaceiul bogs of malaria and ignorance. Since the year ir84, on the tide water platations of our state, the ne gro and the mi!e have been intimate associates. For alm.ot two centuries they have grubbed side by side in the same soil: munched sweet potatoes irom the same straw. and kicked and deviled each o,ther at every fav-,rab!e ,ppo,rtunity.. It not surpri-ing then that they resemble each other in many particulars. As a rule the low orders of crea tion acqLire the characteristics of human beings with whom they come in contact. Thc negro and the mule. failing to discover superiority on either side, finally adopted those moral delinq...

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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. — 1 April 1904

SThis Space is Reserved .For THE BOSTON STORE . L. MORRIS, Proprietor. Lookout for the next Ivedisemet t Low Prices on CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS, AND DRY GOODS. STOP AND R EAD.! Wanted purchasers at our store for the cheapest line of new and up-coi date furniture and house furnishing-goods ever opened in this city. Room suits; Beds, Dressers. stoves, .Pipe and all kinds of stove ware, Crockery, Glassware, Lamps, Window glass from Sx1o to 36 inches. Don't fail to see our stock of wall paper, feather beds and eather pillows. We will sell you these goods cheaper than any one in Newberry SHELLEY, DEAN & SUMMER Newberry Hardware Co's. Old-Stand, Main St. 16 iOONCES IN ON.E OUND People frequently ask us how many ounces there are in the pound weight we use in our drug store. Some seem to thinkg that we only give 12 ounces in one pound. We want to assure+ Ieverybody that whenever they buy drugs at Mayes' Drug SStore they will always get 16 ounces to -the pound, no matter whether it is a pou...

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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. — 1 April 1904

THAT UNION DEPOT. Proposition Submitted by President Childs. of the C. N., & L. Railway. Pre-ident V. G. Childs. -if the C, lumbia, Newberry and Lauren rail road, ha, submitted his pr-posit.on. in the matter of the proposed uniol depot at Newberry. :o the board of raliroad commissinonrs, who have forwarded the propo:iti(Al to the see retary of the Newberry Board of Trade. Col. E. 11. A!i. The board of trade antid city c4ncil will neet today. at which time the matter will be considered. President Childs' proposition is to the effect that he will raise his track and run it nearer the Southern depot. erecting an umbrella shed between his track and the Southern depot. lie would then place his ticket agent in the Southern depot. making this ar rangenent serve the purpose or a union depot. He has had the ground surveyed by engineers and blue prints made. Following is President Childs' pro position, embodied in his letter to the railroad -commissioners: "Ii the matter of a union depot ...

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 April 1904

OXE .. VOL. XL- NO. 91. NWEWBERRY. S. C.. TUESDAY. APRIL. 4 1904 T WICE A WEEK S$1.50 A YEAR IRS. f. H. FRANKLIl GETS BIG YERDIGT $5,ooo DAMAGES AGAINST THE SOUTHERN RAILWAY. Suit Was Brought In Greenville Last Week For Alleged Injuries Re ceived on Trip to Atlanta. After a trial in the court of com mon pleas in Greenville consuming the greaf'er part of three days of last week, Mrs. Sudie L. Franklin, wife of Policeman H. H. Franklin, of this city, was on last Friday afternoon awarded a verdict of $25,ooo against the Southern Railway company. les sor of the old Atlantic and Charlotte Air Line railway. Counsel for the railway company immediately gave notice of a motion for a new trial, and failing in this the case will very probably be carried to the supreme court and fought to the end. Mrs. Franklin entered suit against the railway company for $50,ooo damages for an alleged insult to her by a passenger in a train from Green ville to Atlanta, alleging that as the result of the shock ...

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 April 1904

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More of Less Interest Con densed Outside the State. It is reported from Washington that the Parker presidential boom was the first to be supported by a button. Representative Fitzgerald. of New York. appeared in the house oii Thursday wearing in the lapel of his coat a handsome label. on which was photographed the likeness of Judge Parker. and a caption declaring his candidacy for the presiaency. Mr. Fitzgerald was beseiged Ty many of his democratic colleagues for buttons and supplied their wants to a limited number. The Southwestern Portland Cement works. at White Cliff. Ark.. with a plant valued at S..ooo.ooo and having a capacity of one thousand barres per day, has been placed in the hands of a receiver, on the applicati,-n of a man owning $i.5oo,ooo of the stock. who alleges that it is insolvem through mismanagement. The internal revenue tax of six cents a pound on leaf tobacco is elim inated by the terms of a bill on which favorable action has been ...

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 April 1904

THE PRIVILIGE TAX. Iacrease of $7,000 Over The Total For Last Year-Tax Steadily Mount Upwards. Coimbia State. With the close of the first quarter, the receipts for the privilege tax amOnt to $99.097-15. The total amount received last year from Janu ary to December was $98,909.80. and between the first of April and the last of December the amount received was -over 8,ooo. With this as a basis, it is thought that the receipts for this year will run up to $io,ooo! The privilege tax is the revenue paid to the state by the fertilizer com panies at the rate of 25 cents on each ton of fertilizer. The tax is supposed to cover the cost of inspecting the fertilizer but the actual cost of in spection is much less than the tax For this sum the state. through the department oi agriculture of Clemson college, issues tags to be placed on the bags of fertilizers and for this reason the tax is commonly known as the tag tax. When the state in i8go adopted this system of taxation to in sure farmers ag...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
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