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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 12 April 1904

MR. J. H. HAIR REPLIES. He Has Worked For Mr. Williams in the Second But Has Done So Openly. In the congressional campaign now in progress in the Second district, to nominate a successor to the late Con gressman Croft. Mr. Theodore G. Croft. son of the late Congressman Croft, has made the charge that Mr. J. H. Hair, of this city, has been trav eling 'over the district reporting that Mr. Croft or the family was to get the $5,ooo salary for the unexpired term. At the Aiken meeting it is re ported that young Mr. Croft "said with feeling that he regretted very much that personal affairs had to be brought into the race. and he asked the audience t" allow hinm n1w to explain the matter of the S..ooo appropriatio-n fr, oi con gress to hi :nother. and urged :bat if that appropriation was made it would not help or hurt any of his Op nt and that le would get no per sonal ql-d out of the allowance. but that i. would g- to his mother. He, was sorry that the matter had been brought into the cont...

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. — 15 April 1904

VOLw (41 'U VOL. XL. NO. 91. NZ"BERRY. S. C.. FRIDAY. APRIL 1-5. 1904 TWICE A WEEK. $1.50 A YEAR RUSSIANS SUFFER FEARFUL DISASTER BATTLESHIP DESTROYED MAKAROFF LOST. Ill Fated Vessel Struck a Mine in Port Arthur Harbor-Crew of 5oo Men Lost. -zt. Petersburg. April 13.-The fol lowing official dispatch has been re ceived here from Rear Admiral Gri gorovitch, the commandant at Port Arthur. addressed to the emperor. -Port Arthur. April 13.-The Petro pavolvsk struck a mine, which blew her up and she turned turtle. Our squadron was zAnder Golden Hill. The Japanese squadron was approaching. Vice Admiral Makaroff was evidently lost. Grand Duke Cyril was saved. He is slightly injured. Capt. Jakov leff was saved, though severely in jured. as were five officers and thirty two men, all more or less injured. "The enemy's fleet has disappeared. Rear Admiral Prince Ouktolsky has assumed command of the fleet." The following dispatch to the czar -has been received from Viceroy Alexieff: -Mukden. Apri...

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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. — 15 April 1904

GENERAL NEWS NOTE items of More of Less Intercst densed Outside the Statef W. 1U. Nilliken. in the Abbevi K. A'a.. iail charged with crinimal a sault :.on his sister-in-law. c mom ted .cide by shootiaL hir-.!i throut'i the head. Ii e had been p - master at Dothan. Ali.. and stood high in republican politics. A nineteen-year-old youth attempt ed to stab Premier Maura. of Spain. at Barcelona. on Tuesday. rhe force of the blow was averted and no ser ious wound was inflicted. According to crop bulletins. the outlook is bright for a big peach crop in Georgia. Senator Tillman was in the senate: chamber on Thursday for the first time in two weeks. His absence was caused by illness and he was congrat ulated by all his colleagues upon his recovery and return to duty. Capt. Richmond Pearson Hobson was defeated in a close race for con gress in the 6th Alabama district by John H. Bankhead. Hobson's friends may contest. the election. charging: fraud. A negro in Delhi. La.. went to the house of h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 15 April 1904

A Golden Rule of Agriculture: Be ood to vour land and your crop Sbe g~ood. Plenty of Potash in the frtilizer spellsquality f p. 1.uW' -uantitv in the har ve., Write us and t we w 7. st-nd voti, -f -e, n mailt our mor.ey winning books. if. New York-93 Nassa St. or A!ctA.Ga-22 So.8oadSt. Small Savings are the Stepping Stones to success and plenty $1.00 a month deposited in our Will in 10 years amount to $ 146 0 $5.00 will in 10 years amount to - - - - $ 730 00 $10.00 will in 10 years amount to - - - -'$1460 00 We want your business. Have ample failities to accommodate our cus tomers. The Commercial Bank of Newhery, S. C. Lumber, Shingles, Doors, Sash. 'C. H. CANNON, Near C., N. & L. Depot. Brick! Brick!! For Sale by C. H. CANNON. Cheap TiCkets West, Northwesf CALIFORNIA Washington, Oregon, Nebraska, Nevada, Idaho, Wyomning, Colo rado, Utah, New Mexico, and Arizona.... . ... .. .. Tickets on sale from Sept. 15to Nov. 20. THE I.LINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD offers choice of routes. Free R...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 15 April 1904

N. H. AULL, EDITOR. FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1904 The Russians are up against some bard luck. When their battle ships are not being sunk by the Japs they are colliding with mines and getting blown up. The news of the latest Russian dis aster came from St. Petersburg. Had it come from Tokio we might have expected a dispatch today from St. Petersburg stating that it was a Jap anese ship that had run against a mine and gone up in smoke. But when the news of a Russian disaster comes from the Russian capital we may concede its truth. If the New York democratic con vention which meets next week,- de clares for Parker, we may put it down as a fact that Parker will rc ceive the nomination at the St. Louis convention. And if we can c edit half of the reports which have been coming from New York. New York will declare in favor of Parker. Senator Tillman says the Hearst managers are not justified in placing South Carolina in the Hearst column. All of - which South Carolina has beeii khowing for some ...

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. — 15 April 1904

DATES FOR THE REUNION. Confederate Veterans Will Assem ble in Charleston May 17 And Remain Three Days. Charleston News and Courier. At a meeting of the citizens' execu tive committee, it was decided that the dates of the reunion of the State Association of Confederate Vet erans. at Charleston. remain as originally tixed. May 17, 18 and 19. and that immediate steps be taken to advertise the reunion throughout the state, and to begin today an ac tive canvass for subscriptions neces sary to insure its success. Letters from Gen. Wiley Jones and others w.ere read touching on the fact that the dates set for the reunion con flict with the the state'democratic con vention to-beheld at Columbia, on May 8, and with the meeting of the grand lodge. Knights of Pythias, set for May 17 and x8, at Greenville. The general discussion that followed ev idenced a general regret that the dates for the several lineetings will conflict with the dates of the county feet a change in the dates set for the reu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 15 April 1904

SAVED THE DELHI DIAMOND. Str:ange Stories of Gems Told by an Expert in Precious Stones. n a ,:. :ii:c there nii re t rom a bsinel' the well me- als, I.w \\ iliam Streeter. Thc 'q .-- b reer is a deeply iter -G was the- i*rs." ai;d \I' . St,r ve t er. t- . on::ptemndmnso .h Africa'.. that day my busi ne- place w%a- at, Bevis .\larks. and I ha.. for a par.er .ne .l1arry imman ue' The irn was known a- .nu.nanuci Er ,;r':- R bert S: reeter. je - elers to Quee: .\. -W e had in )l1r inice .' ei: lz> Cecil hi- a. .a terest in :b \rcan mine: turned the a:oei n 'lie eip:re maker to tt co:1tinm. I also tpened up the ruby mines of Burma. Soon aftei the taking of the place by the iritish. one of my sons, who -.s in Australia. wrote over to me expressing a wish to go to Burma. as ;ie felt sure there were ruby mines there. "An expedition was fitted out, head ed by my son. and an adventurous journey was made. On the way E5oo worth of silver was stolen. and there was nothing with which to pay th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 15 April 1904

$ THE BOSTON STORE * Your special attention is called to the + * following leading goods'and low prices: Men's Black Worsted Suits regular price $12.50 now . . $6.9S Men's Good Worsted Suits regular price S o.oo now - 5.49 * * Men's Vici Kid Shoes regular price $2.oo now . . $1.39 * * Ladies' Nice Dress Shoes regular price $r-75 now - - $1.19 * Men's Nice Dress Shirts regular price 75 cts. now - - 39 cts Ladies' Nice Dress Skirts (Tailor made)$4 to $4.50 now $1.98 Men' Nice Worsted Pants (Tailor made) regular price * $1-75 price now . . . . . 98 cts * Don't these goods and prices please * your eye and favor your pocket book? * Come and see for yourself and learn, + + that I will positively save you from 40 to * * 50 per cent. on every dollar you leave * + with me. Yours for busin-ess, L. MORRIS. . 16 OUNCES IN ONE POUND + People frequently ask us how many ounces there are in the * pound weight we use in our drug store. Some seem tq think * that we only give 12 ounces in one pound. W...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 15 April 1904

A SHORTAGE IN THE PROSPERITY DISPENSARY EXAMINATION YESTERDAY BY INSPECTOR. Shortage Amounts to About One Thousand Dollars-Dispenser Bedenbaugh Is Ill. According to 'the report of In spector W. J. McCartha. who made a thorough examination of the affairs of the Pro-sperity dispensary yesterday there is a shortage in that dispen sary of S1.075.41. less $110.25. which the inspector :ays he understands is in Hawkin- Brother' safe. The dispenser. Mr. A. Lester Bede.i ba.gh. is c(nined to his bed with ill ness. A warrant has been sworn (utj by Mr. Jacob Senn. chairman of the county board f.r his arrest. The sureties on his bond. which is for three thousand dollars. are Messrs. A. H. Hawkins. G. Y. Hunter and E. K. Bedenbaugh. Mr. Bedenbaugh's sickness led to the discovery of the shortage. Mr. Bedenbaugh became unable to attend to the affairs of the dispensary and left it in charge of Mr. Preston Cannon. Mr. Cannon in selling the liquor came across a number of empty cases under the boxes w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 19 April 1904

e craW. aubIeuo VOL. XL. NO. 91. NEWBERRY. S. C.. TUESDAY. \.PRJL 1f). 1904 TWICE A WEEK $1. 50 A YEAR NEW YORK STATE FOR JUDGE PARKER I HILL DOMINATED THE CON VENTION YESTERDAY. Reports Yesterday Afternoon Indica ted Delegates Would be Instruct-. ed For Parker. Special to Herald and News. Columbia. April i8.-The New York Democratic convention met at two o'clock today and the prelimi nary caucuses were held. David B. Hill. promoter of the Parker cam paign in New York. dominated the : convention. The delegates will be elected to night and all reports from the con vention indicate that in all probabil ity the delegates. will be instructed for Judge Parker. This is now accepted as a fact by the leaders in the convention. At the session of the convention this morning the unit rule was de-1 cided upon, which means that New, York's vote in the convention will be cast as a unit ior Judge Parker. :FOUR jWEDNESI Come prepared foi that will convince yc old fashioned humd special sales are so;...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 19 April 1904

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. ftems of More of Less Interest Con densed Outside the State. The New Jersey democratic conven tion selected an uninstructed delega tion to the St. Louis convention. This was followed by a bolting convention of the supporters of William Ran dolph Hearst for president. The bolters. who numbered about ioo. claiming they had been deprived of seats in the regular convention hall. met afterwards and elected 14 dele gates who will go to St. Louis and contest the seats of the men selected S at the regular convention. Thigpen Whitley, a 17-year-old boy of Washington, and a negro who was with him, were drowned at Red Banks by the overturning of a skiff. Whit ley was drowned by the frantic ne gro, who was unable to swim, seizing him in an effort to save himself. Whitley's mother was at prayer when they brought her news of her boy's 'death. By a vote of 79 to 77, after a bitter fight, the territorial democratic con vention of New Mexico instructed the delegates to the nation...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 19 April 1904

A ONE-HORSE FARM. Profits Made by an Anderson Man His Methods-Onion Culti vation. The Anderson Daily Mail of re cent date, says that Mr. J. H. Cox, whd lives between Belton and Honea Path. is a successful farmer. His success last year was so great that hi- neighbors. have prevailed upon him to give figures to your cor re,pondent for publication. Mr. Cox runs a one horse tarm. Ht- owns his own land. Last year hi, work netted him over S.300. and ih: expenses were not -over $2oo or S2;o. His farm work shows-what can be done by intensive farming. Here are the figures as furnished by himsli: 200 bushels corn... ........S200 00i 2.ooo bushels fodder... ... ... 40 00 250 bushels cotton seed... ... 75 001 Nine bales cotton... ... .... 494 77 Truck and Vegetables... ... . 417 58 Peas... ... ... ... ... ....... 6 25 Total... ... ... .........$1.233 60 Mr. Cox employed one negro dur ing the year at a cost of $65, outside of his board. He compounded his ownf fertilizer and used five tons of cot...

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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. — 19 April 1904

E. H. AULL, EDITO'R. TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1904. Newberrians Abroad. While in Pittsburg. Pa.. a few days ago we had the pleasure of meeting a former Newberrian, Mr. C. P. Greneker. who holds an important position on the Pittsburg Gazette. one of the leading papers of that city. He is doing well. It is always a pleasure to us to meet our Newber ry boys and to know that they are holding their positions with credit to themselves. In Washington, where we spent two days, we met Mr. F. Werber. Mr. James F.'Kilgore, and Mrs. Sallie F. goag, all Newberry people and all holding good positions in the treas ury department. They have been in Washington for a good many years, but we still count. them as Newber rians. We were to go out to dinner with Mr. Werber. but on account of some business engagements could -not keep the appointment, greatly to our regret. Mrs. Boag is one of the money counters and the head of her department says she is an e.ipert. Our two senators were absent, Mr. Tillman on ac...

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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. — 19 April 1904

(C-6ntinued froni First Page.) at the request of five or more stock holders. Article VII. Quorum.-A majority cf the total st,-ck shall constitute a ,uorum in a stockholders' meeting. Article VIII. Method of Voting. At stockholders' meetings each share of stock shall be entitled to one vote. Stock may be voted by its owner or hy proxy. provided proxy is properly executed. All votes shall be taken by shares unless unanimous c0n1;Ut is given to vote otherwise. Article IX. Bonds-The -president and treasurer before entering upon the discharge of their tespective duties shall give bonds in such sums .and forni as the directors shall re quire. Article X. Annual Reports.-The directors through the $resident of the company shall sibmit an annual state ment of the. affairs of the company to the stockholHers at their regular meeting. Article XI. Notice of Meetings. The secretary shall give 'written no tice to each stockholder at least two weeks before a stockholders' meeting. enclosing therewit...

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. — 19 April 1904

VALUE OF OLD COINS. Why Collectors Pay Great Sums for Certain Ones. New York Times. 'While the knowledge is fairly gen eral that many old coins command high premiums." said a coin dealer the other day. "still there are very few who understand why certain coup are worth nore than others. The majority of people wrongly think that the value of a coin depends upon its age, the result being that every coi coming into their possession mo1re than fifty years old is carefully l;id away for some future time when th-re may be a demand for it. The prin ci:al reason for a large premium on a coin is its scarcity. The date has no;thing whatever to do with it. There are plenty of Roman coins th.usands of years old. in good con dit;on: which can be bought for 25 cents, while a New Jersey cent issued in the latter part of the Revolution will bring $700. It is due to the fact that there are only eight 1804 dollars in existence that those coins are worth from $1,200 Up to any figure one chooses to pay...

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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. — 19 April 1904

HORRIBLE DEEDS. Told by a Presbyterian Missionary to the Congo Free State. Dr. W. M. Mforrison. Southern Presbyterian missionary to the Congo Free State. in an address at Louis ville, Ky.. gave an impressive recital of alleged barbarities practiced on the natives of Congo by the authorities, and of the obstacles thrown in the way of their correction by the .f)h cials. He said: I lived with thes: peo ple seven years and know what I am talking about. King Leopold has there a native cannibal army of twen ty thousand men, officered by white Belgians and armed with repeating rifles. They are men representing the worst and most savage type of natives, caught and carried far from their homes and forced into military service. In turn this solOiery is used to crnpel the natives to bring in enormous tribute of iAory and rub ber. It is worth noting that the king of Belgium is today reputed to be the. largest dealer in ivory and rub ber in the world. "As a result of forced military ser vice and...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 19 April 1904

THE SENIOR CLASS. Twenty-Five Young Men and Women Assigned Subjects for Orations -The Honors. The iiembers .f thi year's senior da- of Newberry college have tin-' ished their class-room w,%rk, and at a meeting of the faculty held yester day afternoon eight young ladies and seventeen young men were re lcoMiended for graduatior an1 sub jects assigned them for graduttion -rations. First lonor was awarded to Mr. Jar-es R. McKittrick and the second hc.or was awarded Miss Lola Lake andl Mr. .. M. Bouknight. without di-tinction. The rhenbers of the class and the subj:ects a-igned them ior orations are as 1o!low.,: 1.W. Bedenbaugh-"EVt Mos." 4. T. Black--A Southern Man for Pre-ident." L. !I.. Rovknight--Graft. Miss Mary Lou Bowers-"Fear." .). L. Buzhardt-"Carpe Diem." J. R. Coleman--Honesty. Miss Bertha L. Davidson--South em Novelists." Miss Ethel B. Dun,an-"A Prim rose by the River's Brim." J. R. Fulmer-"The Peerage oi Merit." E. B. Hallman-"Social Progress." 1 H.H. Haltiwanger--At the Fee...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 22 April 1904

VOL. XL. NO. 91. NEWBERRY. S. 0.. FRIDAY. APRIL 22. 1904 TWICE A WEEK $1. 50 A YEAR IINY OF THE CLUBS TO IEET TOIORROW. SEVERAL MEETINGS HAVE AL READY BEEN HELD. Many Candidates Now Actively In The Race-An Interesting Cam paign Predicted. The call issued by the state execu e committee of the democratic paty makes tomorrow the day for the meeting of the various clubs. It ", :nexpedient, however, for a number of the clubs in this county to hold their meeting on Saturday and for this reason the county executive com mittee, at its recent meeting. issued a call fixing as a time for the meeting of the clubs in this county any day this week which the various clubs night choose. Under this call several of the clubs in Township No. i have already held their meetings, which are reported in another column. Sev eral of the clubs will meet today also. but by far the greater number of ch-bs will hold their meetings tomor row. With the meeting of the clubs the political gamehaF opened in dead earn...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 22 April 1904

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More of Less Interest Con densed Outside the State. A large section of the wholesale district of Toronto. Ont.. was burned on Tuesday night. causing a los. u.,ich will run to about $io.ooo.ooo. It is reported from Jacksonville that. the Flordia replubicans propose to put out county tickets and to make a vigorous campaign. An Atlantic Coast Line passenger collided with a freight near Wilson, N. C., the engineer, fireman, and pos tal clerk being seriously injured and several passeRgers fatally injured. There was a fight between officers and negro railroad laborers near Knoxvile, Tenn., on Saturday night. one negro being killed and a posse man being fatally wounded. The damage to the battle ship Missouri, as a result of the explosion on the vessel while near Pensacola, Fla.. recently has been estimated at only $io,ooo by the chief constructorl of the navy. Wm. J. Bryan has announced that he will deliver a political address in Chicago Saturday night on "The ...

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 April 1904

' I Our money winning books, written by men who know, tell you all about Potash They are needed by every man who owns a find and a plow, and who dcsires to get the most out of them. They arefre. Send t)oStal card. GERMAN KALI WORKS5 NIew York-93 Nannau Street. Atlanta. r- 2x zo. Road st. Small Savings are the Stepping Stones to success and plenty $1.00 a month deposited in our -Uzi MW Will in 10 years amount to $ 146 $5.00 will in 10 years amount to - - - - $ 730 00 $10.00 Will in 10 years . amount to - - - - $1460 00 We want your business. Have ample facilities to accommodate our cus tomers. The Commercial Bank of, Newberry, S. C. Lumber, Shingles, Doors, Sash. C. H. CANNON, Near G., N. & L. Depot. Brick! Brick!! For Sale by C. H. CANNON. Cheap Tickets West, Northwest CALIFORNIA~ Washington, Oregon, Nebraska, ~Nevada, Idaho, Wyoming, Colo rado, Utah, New Mexico, and Arizona. ... . ... . Tickets on sale from Sept. 15to Nov. 20. THE II.IINOIS GITR4T. RAII.ROAD offers choice of ro...

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