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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 29 April 1904

tIAPPELLS AND PMAIA OIL MLS ASSURD NEARLY $20,ooo SUBSCRIBED TO EACH. Meeting of Stockholders at Chappells -Organization at Pomaria Yesterday. In addition to the proposed Far mers' Oil mill for Newberry. two ne%w -oil mills are assured in opposite sec tions of Newberry county. one at Po maria and the other at Chappells. Fifteen thousand dollars has been: subscribed to the capital stock of the 'prop'sed oill mill at Chappells. A meeting of the stockholders was beld on Wednesday. Mr. J. R. Irwin presiding and Mr. J. R. Scurry acting as secretary. Mr. C. E. Harper was chosen president and general managei 4f the pr-posed enterprise. Messrs. C. E. Harper. XV. P. Glenn. J. ?. Scurry, J. R. Webb. and J. S. Domi nick were appointed a board of cor porators and will apply for a charter at once. It is desired to raise the amount of the capital stock to S20.000. The meeting on Wednesday was clar acterized by a great deal of enthus siasm and there will be no trouble to raise the remainig $5.ooo....

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. — 2 May 1904

ILA S C T D 1 W tA .5 VOL. XL. NO. 91. NEWBERRY, S. C., TUESDAY. MAY 2, 1904 TWTCE A WEEK. 81 .50 A YEAR HARIONIOUS METING OF COUNTY ONYHETION DELEGATES CHOSEN TO STATE CONVENTION. No Discussion of Questions and Only Routine Business Was Transacted. .The county democratic convention met in ti-e court house here yester day. The meeting was characterized throughout by a marked good feeling and was harmonious at every point. There was little speech-making and very little other than the merest rou tine ;usiiiess was transacted. Dele gates were chosen to the state con vention. the old state executive com mitteeman re-elected. and a county chairman chosen. Dr. C. T. Wyche, oif Prosperity. was chosen to preside over the convention. The conventicm was in session for about two hours. There was a gooZ attendance of delegates and the court iouse was packed. There were no wnestions for discussion. and the greater part of the time of the con vent'on was taken up in balloting on delegates to the ...

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. — 2 May 1904

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Outside the State. The United States Steel corpir: tion has prched additilonal hI i-telA work-. Fire in Providence. R. I.. on aI urday night ca-ed a property l,-4 of about $65o.ooo. The cave-in of a c.-al mine at T, cina. Seville. Spain. last week killed iiore than tifty innerz. The Louisiana negroes arc rejoicin:-, over the recent defeat in that state of the a'liy white" republicans. Eigh: men were killed and seven tten were injured in a wreck near Kimswick, Mo.. on Saturday. caused by a misunderstanding of train orders. Three lives were lost and propern valued at $200.ooo was destrMyed in a ire at the John Stanley soap works. in New York. on Thursday. The deac are all tirenien. The arrangements for the transfer to France -f the forty million dol lars which the Untited States is to pay for the Panama canal route will be made by J. Pierpon'.\lorgan. At a ses,on of the Conference for Education in the South. hcd it V ir min...

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. — 2 May 1904

SECOND ON THE TICKET. Discussion of Available Men of Both Parties-Talk of Nominating Speaker Cannon. Washington Post. Republicans are not accepting the proposed nomination of Senator Fair banks for the vice-presidency as a forego,ne conclusion. Even some friends of the administration. who have been saying all along that Mr. Fairbanks could have the nomination if 'c wanted it. are not beyond dis cussing the availabi!ity of other can didates. The matter has been talked ov,-r quite a good deal of late in in 4ide circles. Recently there has been renewea mention fi "Uncle Joe" Cannon. who is somewhat alarmed lest his pictur esque figure as the permanent chair man of the Chicag'- convention might start'a stampede for his .nomination. Of course. Mr. Cannon would not for a moment think of encouraging such a Zelection. He has the second office in influence and importance under our form of governmen:. At thi tiie :> life it is not likely that he can aspire tn arything higher. as Mr. Roosev...

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. — 2 May 1904

E. H. AULL. EDITOR. TUESDAY, MAY 3, 1904 Deserved Promotion. The i ierald and Ne %%s with pleasure the promiotion of two ver' efficient officials of the Southern rail way, Mr. S. H. Hardwick. frumni 4he position of general passenger agent to that of traffic passenger manager to suceed the late W. A. Turk. and that of Mr. W.: H. Tayloe. from as sistan; passenger agent to that of general passenger agent. to succeed Mr. Hardwick. The only regret we would express is that this change re moves Mr. Tayloe from among us and takes him to Washington. and it we should exprets that regret it would be selfish. Mr. Tayloe has made many friends in this section. as had Mr. Hardwick before he left us. We felt the same way when Mr. Hardwick left. but in Mr. Tayloe he had a worthy successor, and we shall hope in Mr. Brooks Morgan that he will fill the bill as has Mr. Tayloc. We congratulate the Southern rail way in their having such efficient of ficials and in recognizing it by their promotion. They d...

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. — 2 May 1904

THE ORATORICAL CONTEST. Representatives of Wofford and Fur man the Victors-A Success ful Contest. A, a re-:1,; .. the ?.ih anua c.n test of the Scutih Car..na ierc 'egiate Orat7ica! a--ciation. held in Greenwod on riday i. .\r. E. .K. llardin, .f Ftirnman. was- -warded irst medal. and Mr. j. .l. Daniel. -f Wofford. secnd medai. The cen :xst was held in the co;r house and, notwit~hstanding the small price of ad mission charged the general public, was heard by an audience which un comfortably packed the building. Mr. C. W. Riser. of Newberrv coi lege. presided. The address of wel come was made by the Rev. R. G. McLees, of Greenwood. and was very happily responded to by President George B. Cromer. of Newberry col lege. The speakers were introduced in the following order: Mr. J. Hoge Smith. of Virginia. Presbyterian College of South Caro !ina. "The Peril of Our Democracv. Mr. J. M. Daniel. of Saluda county. Furman university. "Are We Head ing for the Rocks." Mr. E. K. Hardin. Jr.. of Ba...

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. — 2 May 1904

HYBRIDIZATION OF COTTON. The Story of the Famous Cross Be tween a Cotton Plant and a Sunflower. Mr. W. L. )ouglas. manager of the Charleston bureau of l)uns Mer cantile agency. yesterday told a good story in connection with the hybridi ation of cotton. says the Columbia State. The point of the story is that it is true. lore than a score of years ago there was a newspaper reporter in Macon, Ga.. whose name was Bridges Smith. The name is familiar to many in Columbia. for the may.ir of Macon is the same Bridges Smith who once lined out the locals for the morning paper. There was al- in Aiken an eccentric gentleman wh wa- not successful in c-ndulting a a . .er. .-tore. ut was einineit iv mege 1i attractiung to h.iselt a large number of frie,(ds on accoumn of the fact that he could tell a story and tell it well. It was but naturai that this newspaper reporter should become a member of the staff of friends of Mr. A. A. Subers. One day Mr. Subers related a remarkable story of a cotton patc...

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. — 2 May 1904

16 OUNCES IN ONE POUND 3 * 'People frequently ask us bow many ounces there are in the * pound weight we use in our drug store. Some seem to thie.k 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 nv drug cr cbmical. * MAYES' DRUG STORE. HAMS! HAMS! HAMS! WE SELL THEM. Smithfield Hams at 25c per lb. Dried Beef Hams at 2oc per lb. Kingans Reliable Hams at 15c per lb. Porter Hams at i5c per lb. Armour & Co's Hams at 12Ac per lb. California Hams at i1c per lb. Cream City Picnic Hams at roc per lb. Bear us in mind when you want something good to eat. DAVENPORT & CAVENAUGHi Phone I 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 $12-50 now . $6.98 * * Men's Good Worsted Suits regula...

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. — 2 May 1904

A BLOODY ASSAULT. Mr. J. Pink Davenport Seriously Wounded by a Negro With a Knife-Deplorable Affair. While on hin. way from Ne wberry on Saturday. Mr. J. Pink Davenport. who lives on Mr. \Valter Spearman's place, eight miles above Newberry. near Dead Fall, wa. slashed in the head with a knife by a negro named Drayton Vurtn. and seriously though not fatally wounded. The affair oc curred this side of Dead Fall. and it appears. from the best facts obtain able, to have been the outgrowth of previous bad feeling between 'Mr. Davenport and his neighbor. M%r. T. Richard, Sanders. fir whom the negro B-irton worked. Messrs. Davenp,,rt and Sanders were i town on Saturday. There has been bad feeling between them for some mnonth. and on Saturday they '>ad a mordy difficulty in lessrs. Summer B3rothers' store. Going home on Saturday afternoon 'Mr. Sanders had the negr Burton in the' buggy with him. It seems that at about sundown. when he had got almost to Dead Fall. Davenport's wagon wa. behi...

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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. — 6 May 1904

V L 9E RS BI M g.o4 AtW $s VOL. XL. NO. 91. NEWBERRY, S. C., FRIDAY, A\Y 6,1904 TWICE A WEEK, S1. 50 A YEAR SIDELIGHTS ON THE COUNTY CONVENTIONS PARKER ENDORSED IN SEV ERAL COUNTIES. Iti All There Was Harmony And A Marked Good Feeling-Dele gates Uninstructed. The county conventions throughout :he state, all of which held their meet ings on Monday, were, like the New berry convention,characterized by har mony and a general good feeling. There was nothing of a very startling nature in any of them, and in none were the old factional lines drawn. In not a single instance reportea were delegates to the state conven tion instructed, though several of the counties adopted resolutions strongly endorsing Judge Alton B. Parker for the presidential nomination. In sev eral of the conventions efforts were made to instruct the delegates, but were of no effect. It appears, how ever, from the various conventions, that the sentiment of South Carolina is largely for Parker. though the dele gation to ...

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. — 6 May 1904

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Outside the State. Sunday baseball in Brooklyn has been declared legal by the courts. The Kentucky republican state con vention was harmonious and endorsed Roosevelt's administration. A bread famine has been threatened in Chicago this week. due to a strike of the bakers. The Lilly White. Republicans oi Louisaha elected a solid white delega tion to the national convention. but instructed it to vote for the nomina tion of Roosevelt. Austin and all Central Texas wa.. visited by a terrific cloud burst on Tuesday afternoon. The principal streets of the city were wrecked by the flood of water and great damage; was done to the crops in the fields. 3. P. Morgan has made all arrange ments for the transfer to France or: the $4o,ooo,ooo which the United States is to pay for the Panama canal route. The arrangements were made so that the money markets: would not be disarranged. The New England cotton mills have found their policy of 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. — 6 May 1904

0 .,THE WHOLE wNVERSATION. Mr. A. C. Jones Explains Remarks Made In Law And Order Lguei Meeting. To the editor of The Herald and News: On my return home today, after an absence of four weeks on my Lall trip in Virginia. West Vir ginia. and North Carolina. my atten tion was called tro a local notice which appeared in your paper on April 4th. in which you reported me as saying that I had a talk with the governor of South Carolina recently. and the governor had told me "that he .xr. Jones) was responsible for his election as govenor. Mr. Jones said this might have been. but if it was. it was because the govenor had told him in private conversation prior his candidacy that he was opposed to the dispensary law. The govenor had since changed but Mr. Jones had not." You certainly misunderstood what I had to say. What I did say was in connection with what had been ac complished already by the Tempei ance. Law ar.d 'Order league in South Carolina. In speaking of what they had done. aided by ...

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. — 6 May 1904

E. H. AULL, ED'ITOR. FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1904. We give space with pleasure to th, card of Mr. A. C. Jones. published ii another column, in which Mr. Jone explains remarks made by him at th, meeting here for the purpose of or ganizing a Temperance, Law and Or der league. But Mr. Jones is, t< say the least, unjust in critisinj this paper for making a report of hi remarks. "A proper consideration o the governor or myself. it seems t me," he says. "should have prevente your referring to the matter in writ ing your report of the meeting. a you could not fairly criticise a convet sation without knowing what th conversation was." The Herald an News' report of Mr. Jones' remark was simply the report of a publi utterance made i a public meeting Nor was it any criticism at all. A much of the conversation betweei Mr. Jotkes and Governor Heywar< as Mr. Jones related in the meetin referred to was published, and tha was all. There was not a word o criticism or comment. And we wil leave it to any...

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. — 6 May 1904

FAMILY REUNION. Descendants of Mr. S. Miller, of Little Mountain, Give Him a Pleasant Surprise. Air. Simeon Miller.oi Little Moun tain. reached the eighty-fourth mile stone in the pathway of life on Friday. the 29th of April. and the event was made the occasion of great and genuine pleasure to him by the unexpected reunion of his family at the residence of 'Mr. J. H. Wise, at Little Mountain. his son-in-law. with whom he makes his home. It was a oirthday party. and the arrangements which had been made were unknown :o him until that morning, when one of his daughters made the very pleas ant announcement that he might ex pect to have a good many of his family with him on that day. Each family of his connection came with well-filled baskets to celebrate the eighty-fourth anniversary of the day of his birth. The dinner was spread in the yard in true picnic style, and after a short prayer by the Rev. J. K. Efird all part,ok of -the many good things spread in profusion be fore them. Photo...

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. — 6 May 1904

AS TO IMMIGRANTS. All Who Desire Settlers Should Com municate With Commissioner Watson at Once. Commissioner Watson of the de-. partment of agriculture, commerce, and immigration has issued through out the state his blanks asking in formation from those who wish to secure desirable im.nigrants. The blanks ask which of the following classes are wanted and how many of each: Male. unmarried. .... ... . ..... Female, unmarried ... ... ...... Man and wife ... -. -... ....... Family of three ... ... ... ..... Family of four or over.......... Nationalities preferred. in order of preference. (Latin races barred.) . Ar agreement a-. foll- ows is lled in by the applicant: - would be willing to pay . pe- month wages. with board. or S... Without board (in ca.e .f family. S. to the man. and S .... to the woman). and to advance. through the depart ment of agriculture, commerce ana immigration. the amount of the rail road fare. to be deducted gradually each month from the wages paid un till I am r...

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. — 6 May 1904

A CANDIDATE * We hearby announce ourselves as a$ 4 candidate for more business and pledge: * ourselves to satisfy all customers. MAYES' DRUG STORE. We believe in woman's suffrage. HAMS! HAMS! HAMS! WE SELL THEM. Smithfield Hams at 2gC per lb. Dried Beef Hams at zoc per lb. Kingans Reliable Hams at 15c per lb. Porter Hams at 15c per lb. Armour & Co's Hams at z24c 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 I 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. Sonow . . $6.98 Men's Good Worsted Suits regular price $ro.oo now . . $549 $ Men's Vici Kid Shoes regular price $2.oo now . . $1.39 * Ladies' Nice Dress Shoes regular price $1.75 now . . $i.9ig Men's Nice Dress Shirts regular price 75 cts. now - - 39 cts Ladies' Nice Dress Skirts (Tailor made)$4...

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. — 6 May 1904

WELL REPRESENTED. Newberry at the Meeting of the State Sunday School Convention in Columbia. Newberry was well represented at the 27th annual convention of the South Carolina State Sunday School association, held in Columbia during the past .;eek. Among those present were Dr. V. :. Pelham. Mr. R. Y. Leavell.. Mr. E. Cavenaugh. Mrs. A. T. Bowers. the Rev. W. L. Seabrook. Mrs. I. T. StAmand. Dr. George B. Cromer. the Rev. George A. Wright. Mr. Wni. P. louseal. Mrs. V. E. Pelham, Misses Fannie Mae and Ger trude Carwile. .-rs. J. W. White. M\r. XV. I. Herbert. Mrs. James Dunbar. Mrs. M. A. Carlisle Mrs. Mary Stod dard. Newberry was not only well rep resented numerically. but on the pro gram. Dr. Cromer made one of the principal addresses. His subject was. "Teacher Training." After discussing the Sunday School and its purpose. teaching the word of God. and the necessity of teachers being trained to do their work. the speaker pointed out the fact that special training is needed for that 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. — 10 May 1904

V e CaD ftI I1A. VO.XL. O. 91. NTEWBR S. 0., TUE8DAY. MAY 10. 1904 TWICE A WEEK. $1.50 A YEAR JPS VICTORIOUS IT MANY POINTS TOGO SAYS PORT ARTHUR IS SEALED. The Town of Feng Wang Cheng Fals Int Hands Of The Victorious Japs. St. Petersburg. May 9. 3.33 a. m. Two official dispatches calculated to increase the depression existing among all circles in Russia were given out last night. From the point of view of the progress of the campaign the most important is that iegarding the capture by the Japanese without opposition of Feng Wang Cheng on May' 6. The second gives details con cerning the killed. wounded and miss ing among the troops under the com mand of Lieut. Gen. Zassalitch as the result of the fighting on the Yalu, the number of which totals 2.397 officers and men. Gen. Kuropatkin f6rwarded a mes sage from Lieut. Gen. Zassalitch who' bad been left in command of the col umn reiring from Feng Wang Cheng, which described the movements of the enemy in connection with the occupa ion 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. — 10 May 1904

GENFRAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Outside the State. A cloudburst in central Texas last week delayed all traffic for some: time. Five children were drowned in a creek near Austin. William J. Bryan controlled the democratic convention in his home county and a platform reaffirming the Kansas City platform was adopted. Curtis Jett. who murdered J. D. Marcum. in the court house of Breathitt county. Kentucky. has ac cepted a life sentence rather thair ;ace a new trial. Sam Parks. the New Yirk labor leader, who was sent to Sing Sing some months ago after his convic tion on the charge of extortion. died in prison last week. The suicide rec,-rd of the new \'il iamsburg bridge. in New Yhrk. be gan last week. when a voing womanL leaped to death in the river. i i~eet below. Portion. )f Texas and Iiva were swept hy sto)rms last week. entailing a great deal if damage. Near Cisio. Texas. many pevple were killed and much property and* ii st,,ck were de troved. A grandso...

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. — 10 May 1904

PARKER'S ALLEGED VIEWS. Given Forth in an Interview By Dan forth-The Trusts Touched Upon. What is alleged to be an authorita t.e statement of Judge Parker's posi ti.:.n on public questions has been given out in Washington in an inter view by Elliott Danforth. of New Y. rk,. -1ne of Parker's most intimate friend'i. He says Parker's views are as follows: "Is n favor of reducing the customs -d-.ie wherever they shelter the tr.:sts and insists that whenevei American manufacturers by means of =.,nopolistic tariff are enabled to c'ha-ge at home prices higher than a7e accepted abroad. the duties should be reduced. He would smite the sub head. and believes the solutin 7 the trust problem w,tuld be fac ilh:ated by -a wie revision f the taritt. H- v:ould insist on the use 'f the -te powers to regulate trusts when :e are within the state's boundar \\'herever the inter-state law or rust aw is violated. he woula c:iorce the federal law. Would let :ne south solve its own problems ana ;Z :n the he...

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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