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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 22 April 1904

M. H. AULL., EDITOR. FRIDAY. APRIL 22, 1904. The Confederate Reunion. The State Confederate reunion will be held in Charleston May 17. IS. and 19. Every veteran who is able should attend. This is going to be the last time that many of them will touch elbows until they meet in the great beyond, for "the thin gray line is growing thinner every day and the ranks are marching into the 4hadow land. We have attended a number of thes. reunions and we know what a pleasure it is to the old soldiers to gr.asp the hands of comrades with whom'they shared the dangers and the privations and sorrows and the glory of the camping grounds and the battlefields 0i% strife the like of which history has not yet recorded. We want to se: the veterans go to Charleston if they can. There the first step in the great tragedy was taken, there the old soldier is loved passionately. and there he will be royally welcomed and his stay made pleasant. Now for Parker. The actioh of the New York dem ocratic convention,...

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 April 1904

MODERN JEWELRY STORE. Messrs. Daniels and Williamson Have One of the Best Stocks in Up-Country. A modern and well-arranged jewel rv store is a thing oi beauty. New berry now has one of the best and largest jewelry establishments in the .p-country. conductel by Messrs. Daniels and Williams-in. Nlr. Wil liamson. who conducted a jewelry es tablishment in Uni,-n for - several years past. was ass)cia,ed with Mr. J. Guy Daniels ir the early part of this year. With their combined ex perience they were able to put in the beautifu. !ine of goods which thy are now carrying. They have recently made a large addition to their sterling silver ware. The line includes the celebrated Gor ham's and Whiting's makes. and there are in stock at the present time chests ranging in price from $125 down, spoons. forks,. knives, fancy pieces, and in fact everything in this line which can be found anywhere in a well-selected stock carried by a jew elry store. The line of cut glass has been ma terially added to...

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 April 1904

IN MEMORIAN. Resolutions By Her Missionary .Co laborers On the Death of Mrs. Culbreath. The following resolutions were adopted by the members of the Wo man's Home and Foreign Mission ary society of Central M. E. church. Newberry. S. C.. in memory of Mrs. James Y. Culbreath: Mrs. Culbreath for a number of years was a member of the Foreign Missionary society. being a charter member of the nrst missionary so ciety organized by the Methodist women of South Carolina in 1878. She joined the Home Missiopary society when irst organized here. in 1899. Her life was a beautiful exhibition of Christian characte'r and noble wo manhood. S!-e ioved her Savior and the church. and as long as she was able. d.id wha't Ae could to advance Christ's kingdom in the world. She was a great sufferer for several years, yet she bore it all with Chris tian patience. A true Christian wo man has been called to rest. She is missed in the home, in the church, in the missionary societies. and in the community where ...

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 April 1904

16 OUNCES IN ONE POUND 3 * People' frequently ask us how many ounces there are in the + pound weight we use in our drug store. Some seem to think * * that we only give 12 ounces in one pound. We want to assure -everybody that whenever they buy drugs at Maye- Drug + Store they will always get 16 ounces to the pound, no matter whether it is a pound of pure Cream Tartar, Epsom Salts, or + ny drug or chemical. A MAYES' DRUG STORE. $ 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 . . $6.98 Men'sGoodWorstedSuitsregularprice$o.oo now . $549 * * Men's Vici Kid Shoes regular price $2.oo now . . $1.39 . + Ladies' Nice Dress Shoes regular price $r.75 now . $i.g + + Men's Nice Dress Shirts regular price 75 cts. now - - 39 cts Ladies' Nice Dress Skirts (Tailbr 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 an...

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 April 1904

THE CLUB MEETINGS. Scme of the Meetings Have Been Held But Most of Them Come Tomorrow. '9qy. a very few tf the den-cratic c,-:bs in the county have met a- yet reorganize and elect delegates to the county convention. Most o the e-.!bs will meet tomnorrow, though 5.1n of hiem met last night and -.ne if them will meet today. ."he first club in the county to meet w: the Factory club. whose meeting was held on Monday night. The Factory Club. '-lhe foll,wing ofhcer-; and delegates were elected: President-T. S. Htidsor. 'Vice-presidents-P. F. axter and J. M. Taylor. Secretary-J. A. Senn ,_ounty :e.xecuitive k-omimitteeman Jacoi> Senn. Delegates t4l county convention C.le. L. Blease. 1. 0. Burton. J. M. Taylor. T. S. Hudson. P. F. Baxter. W. H. Hardeman, J. H. Chappell, Jacob Senn. C. D. Knight. E. S. Werts, W. M. rhomas, J. W. Davis, I D. Shockley. J. W. Vineyard. C. G. Blease, W. W. Johnson, -Theo. Danielsen. H. F. Addy. J. W. Miller, W. R. Jones. The following resolution was of fered ...

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. — 26 April 1904

OL. XL. NO. 91. NEWBERRY. S. C.. TUESDAY. APRIL 26. 1904 TWICE A WEEK. $1.50 A YEAR Lowest Prices 4 On Everything The largest shipment o sold at the right pi Two G TAILOR MAN UESf COATAA KEATH & MIWGAN MMli TI STONE HILLS MRS-OF TOWNSHIP N0.41 THE EARLY DAYS OF THE DUTCH AND IRISH. The Editor Attends a Pleasant School Ekhibition at O'Neall Academy. One of the best sectionS of South Carolina is the stone hills of No. 9 .wiship. in Newberry county. In the early days of the county there was strong feeling between the Dutch and Irish. On one occasion the feeling was %4) bitter that when some of the Irish discovered that they had bought land across the road, which was known as the "dead line. on the Dutch side. they immediately sold out, and moved back on the Irish side of the road. It is recorded. however, that this "dead line" was obliterated when a gay young Irishman. Capt. Matthew Hall. as casting about for a life partner. and stole across the line ana captured a noble daughter o...

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. — 26 April 1904

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. I-ems of More or Less Interest Con densed Outside the State. F:our tramps were grund t_ pieces v:hile asleep on railroad tracks near Winona. 'Minn. The Russians now ackn,,wledge that the battleship Petropavlovsk was destroyed by Japanese mine. Congress has passed the general pension appropriation bill, carrying an appropriation of over $t37.oo0,ooo. The contract by which the owner ship of the Panama canal passes to the United States has been signed. sealed, and delivered. The title to the canal route is now vested in the Gov ernment of the United States. President Loubet. of France. is in Rome returning the visit which King Emmanuel paid him some time ago. The two monarchs embraced when they met while the bands played Marseilles. Bv an roverwhelming vote the Massachusetts democratic convention on Thursday instructed its delegates to support Richard Olney. of Boston. for the presidental nomination at the national democratic convention at St. Louis next July. The s...

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. — 26 April 1904

NEWBERRY COUNTY'S LIST OF PENSIONERS. AMOUNT FOR THIS COUNTY IS $3,587.89. The Names on the Pension Roll and the Various Classes in Which They Appear. Clerk .f Court John C. Goggans has 1e-cied from the comptroller general .tice Newberry's share of the penin money to be distributed thr:'hout the state this year and a list : those who are on this county's per,Z- roll and to whom the money be paid. Newberry's share of the -tate appropriation this year is S3.5-89. A check for this amount and the list of names wa received by C*erk of Court Goggans on Satur day morning, but there was nothing to show what amount should be paid to the members of each class, and for this reason there was some delay in paying out the money. The Various Classes. The pensioners are divided into the following classes: Class A-Those who as a result of wounds received in the war are physically helpless, or who while in the service lost both arms, or both legs. or are totally blind, whether the result of service o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 26 April 1904

E. H. M-LL. EDITOR. Judge Sirnonton's Death. TheI deth if judg Chas. HI. Simn* v- dy in'lirntin,z. ;l.'- 111l r. ir m the ieir:n b:ne i m te Preside-l Ru.-sevelt will Lil the acancy. and Seth Carclna can k-iy i:,pe for the best Judge Simonton has selved the state in many positions of honor and ust. he was known and esteemea ,iiroughout South Carolina, and the news of his death will be received with very general regret. The Herald and News has received several communlcatI(Ins reently which were not published because the author was unknown. It is nit desired t. print the writer's name in connecti-in with the comn Icatin if ic he e sires that it shail n.t be used. but it Is a rule i-i The leraid and News not to print such coinmminications unless the author's name is known to the office. BRYAN AGAIN. In a Speech in Chicago He Denounces tht New York Platform. Wn. J. Bryan addressed a large au dience in 'Chicago on Saturday night: The place was packed to its utmost capacity, and a large n...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 26 April 1904

I MIMNI eI I4Wednel We mean 9 will be added. past weeks gr * tractions, you * WHITE GOOD! * 150 pieces beautiful india Li sale ioo pieces beautiful India I 0 big sale . * 50 pieces 4o inch White Lawn * 25 pieces 45 inch NX hite Pe: this sale 40 pieces 45 inch White Fret this sale 50 Pieces White checked and White orgaidy 72 inch wide t 50 pieces .White Dotted Swiss goat Big loc. Counter-Rem A big counter piled with i white striped Madras v anything in the lot yourc * A BigGin * 2000 yards Zephyr Ginghams * , quality special for this bij g 25 pieces 4o inch Chambry S to go at * 50 pieces A. F. C Gindghams fi * 5Q pieces Cotton Voiles wort THE DEMOCRATIC CLUBS MEET AND REORGANIZE. (Continued From First Page.) OLD MEN'S President-M. A. Carlisle. Vice-president-W. T. Tarrant. Secretary-S. P. Boozer. Delegates to County Convention L. M. Speers. W. T. Tarrant, M. A. Carlisle. FACTORY. President-T. S. Hudson. Vice-presidents-P. F. Baxter and J. M. Taylor. Secretary-J. A. Senn. County Execu...

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

MEMORIES OF HOME Why They Linger and When Thiey Linger Longest Fresh and Sweet. N'ot many days ago a number of old friends chanced to meet together. They formed a ,;omewhat noteworthy group, for. in one way or aaiher. all had won more than the ordinary measure of success. They had all been born and bred in Georgia. and all had kno-wi' one another in boy hood. The most of them came from :he samie county,. and three had at xended the same school. In the group 'zhere was a successful civil engineer., a r'aiway manager. a prosperous tar rner ;nd a business man. It seems that an opportunity had come to each to revisit the scenes of his child hood, and each was taking advantage of it. These old friends all met in At lania in the most casual way and they accepted the fact as a piece of good fortune. for it enabled them to deal generously in reminiscences while they looked about the town: viewing the improvements that seem ed so wonderful to them. They were amazed at the growth of Atlanta. ...

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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. — 26 April 1904

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 to think that we only give 12 ounces in one pound. We want to assure everybody that whenever they buy drugs at Mayes' Drug . Store they will always get 16 ounces to the pound, no matter whether it is a pound of pure Cream Tartar, Epsom Salts, or ny drug or chemical. * MAYES' DRUG STORE. $ 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 Sio.oo now - - S5-49 . . Men's Vici Kid Shoes regular price $2.oo now . . $1.39 . . Ladies' Nice Dress Shoes regular price $1.75 now S. ig. .9 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 goo...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 26 April 1904

03 OL MILL FOR POMARIA. Subscriptions to the Capital Stock Al ready Amount to Nine Thous and Dollars. The .L1b-cript ns It th'. Capital stock of the proposed oil mill at Po ma--a already amount tt abi-ut nine thc-.--and dollar-. It is de-ired to raise this amount t) Si;.ooo. and the com mittee of canvassers think they will have very little trouble in securing this amiount in the next few days. In fact, a gentleman from Pomaria who was in the city yesterday stated that tht amount already secured was sub scr,hed with very little canvassing n(W in a short time. The comiittee. how ever. intend t" go activel ti wqlirk on :he niatter this wee,k. meeting, of the stockholder, will be held at P.-maria n Thursday. at which time directo,rs and t''ficer- mill he clhosen. and it is c,-wtidentlv hiipe( to have the finll aitint stbscribcd be-re that time. Will Leave Newberry. Miss Susie E. Summer. who was re cently elected director of music in the Presbyterian college. Charlotte. N. C., has decide...

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 April 1904

VOL. XL. NO. 91. NEWBERRY, S. C., FRIDAY. APRIL 29 190 TIE A WEEK, $1.50 A YEAR PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT IS BEATEN FOR ONCE CRUM FAILS OF CONFIRMA TION BY THE SENATE. This Despite the Threats of Mr. Roosevelt That He Would Call Extra Session. - After five hours in executive session the republicans gave up the fight to confirm W. D. Crum. the negro col lector at Charleston :a-S a Wash ington dispatch to the Charles ton News and Courier. The republi can senators. with not one exception. were indifferent on the subject. and when they saw that the opposition was determined they notified the pres ident that they had done their best and agreed to press the nomination no further this session, as it was evi dent the democrats were united in their opposition. .President .Roosevelt made a politi cal display,on Wednesday when he in spired a statement given out at the White House. threatening to call an extr. session of the senate if the Crum nomination was passed over durir.g.the present session. R...

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 April 1904

Sam. was careles wi brickbat., he: knocked me down with one (I have zhe scar on my head yet) and fled. Next wa:- Frank Price's little red tinshop. and then another low, long house. In its west end was the office of that odd. eccentric man. Dr. John E. Bobo. who was an early settler. When I irst knew him he did a good practice and was accounted a goou doctor. There is no mention of him either by Carwile or in the Annals. He married and moved to Hilburn's Mill. His religion was of the "no hell" variety. and upon this he loved to discourse. A good citizen called on the doctor for papers to use in a suit. He was so intent .upon con verting his friend to his "no hell" doctrine that he delayed looking for the papers. At last in an old box he found them. to the discomfiture of multitudinous bugs. Bent on hospi tality, he detained his friend for din ner. Fritters were the dessert. to be eaten with molasses or vinegar and sugar. The doctor insisted upon his friend's using vinegar and sugar. ...

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. — 29 April 1904

Vegetables to bring good prices must have both size andqual itv. - Even good soil is made better by the use of a fer tilizer rich in Potash We wi;l send our books. giving full infor InUtiOn about the- subject, to any farmer who writes for the-n. - GERIAN KALI WORKS, New York--93 Nanan %treeLt. or A t-anti. Ga, -22 so. Broad St. Small Savings are the 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 $10.00 will in 10 years amount to - - - -'$I460 00 We want your business. Have ample facilities to accommodate our cus tomers. The Commercial Bank of Newbery, 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,'Northwest CAUFORNIA Washington, Oregon, Nebraska, Nevada, Idaho, Wyoming, Colo rado, Utah, New Mexico, and Tickets on sale from Sept. 15to Nov. 20. TEE ILLINOIS CEUTiAI. RAII.ROAD offers choice ...

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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 April 1904

R~. H. AULL, EDITOR. FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1904. A Correction. In the mention in The Herald and News Tuesday of the Dutch Fork I and the Irish of No. 9 it was stated; that Capt. Matthew Hall had married Miss Polly Schumpert. and Mr. Geo. Dominick, Miss Sallie Hunter. The, authority for this statement is the Annals of Newberry. In fact the statement was substantially taken from an article dictated by Esquire P. -W. Counts and is found in the Annals at pages 554 and 555. We are informed by Capt. R. '1. C. Hunter that this is not correct 'istory. That Capt. Matthew Hall stole for his Dutch wife. not ' Miss Polly Schumpert. but Miss Polly Fel lers. who was an aunt of Capt. Jn6. B. Fellers. oi Prosperity, and was a 'relative of Messrs. Geo. E. and A. H. Hawkins of Prosperity. That Mr. Geo. Dominick. in crossing the dead line did not capture Miss Sallie Hun ter, but her sister, Miss Nannie Hun ter, and that she is the mother *of Mr. J. Chesley Dominick, of Newber ry., and Mr. B. L. Dominick, ...

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. — 29 April 1904

THE DEMOGRATIG CLUBS MEET AND REORGANIZE DELEGATES CHOSEN TO THE COUNTY CONVENTION. Officers of the Various Clubs, The Delegates and Executive Committeemen. In accordance with the call issued, the various democratic clubs through out the county have met, reorganized, and chosen their delegates to the county convention to be held on next Monday. the 2nd of may. Township No. x. YOUNG MEN'S. The Young Men's club met on Fri day night and elected the following officers and delegates: President-E. C. Jones. Vice-presidents-J. N. McCaughrin and Dr. Van Smith. Secretary and treasurer-Thos. H. Pope. County Executive Committeeman M. L. Spearman. Delegates to County Convention --Fred H. Dominick. 0. L. Schum pert. Van Smith. H. H. Evans, E. Cabaniss, Z. F. Wright. M. L. Spear man. John C. Wilson. E. B. Setzler, J. Y. Culbreath. W. C. Tyree, T. L. B. Epps. L. G. Eskridge, T. C. Pool, E. C. Jones, C. W. Bishop, J. W. Hen derson, J. W. Davis, John W. Earhardt. John C. Goggans. T. H. Pope, M. B. C...

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. — 29 April 1904

NO HYDROPHIA. A Man, In Dog Business for Forty Years, Willing to Let Mad Dog Bite Him. On his business card. J. Otis Fel lows, of Hornelisville, says a Hor nellsville dispatch to the New York Sun, describes himself thus: "The oldest spaniel breeder in America and never bred a crooked leg or light eye." -He adds. ,"u can t teach your granny to suck eggs! He has been in the dog business for more than forty years. These things are here noted to show that if Mr. Fellows-or rather. Uncle Dick, to call him by the name by which he i- best known-declare. that there is no such thing as hy drophobia, he has had at least an 01) portunity of stidying the questior. And he does make the assertion. ,Uncie Pick believes the dogS: much abused and misunderstood. Hie will not be convinced that there i such a disease as hydrophobia and; challenges the medical fraternity to! produce such a case. He goes Iur ther and expresses his willingi.ess to allow any dog that is supposed to t have hydrophobia to bi...

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 April 1904

Prices are Right # . Leather is Right! Work is Right! AT... The Newberry Shoe Shop. * HAMS! HAMS! HAMS! WE SELL THEM. Smithfield Hams at 25C per lb. Dried Beef Hams at 20C per lb. Kingans Reliable Hams at 15c per lb. Porter Hams at 15c per lb. Armour & Co's Hams at I2JC per lb. California Hams at i ic per lb. Cream City Picnic Hams at ioc per lb. Bear us in mind when you want something good to eat. DAVENPORT & CAVENAUGH Phone 1 10. Main Street. THE BOSTON STORE Your special attention is called to the $ following leading goods and low prices: Men's Black Worsted Suits regular price$12.5onow . . $6.98 * Men'sGoodWqrstedSuitsregularprice$xo.oo now . . $5.49 * * Men's Vici Kid Shoes regular price $2.00 now . . $1.39 * Ladies' Nice Dress Shoes regular price $1.75 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 row . . . . . ...

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