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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 10 May 1904

H. H. AULL, EDITOR. - TUESDAY, MAY io, 19o4 Judge Wiliam T. Gary. in the death of Judge Willia-n T. Gary. or Major Gary. as he was known. in Augusta last week. South Carolina mourns with Georgia in the loss of a patriot. He was a native or this state and always manifested a lively interest in South Carolina at fairs and stood ready to give service to his native state should such service be called for or needed. His father was a native of Newberry county and he has many relatives still living in this county. He was hknored and loved by the people of his adopted state and given many positions of honor and trust, and in all of them he measured to the full stature of the true man. discharg ing his duties faithfully and well. Memorial Day. Newberry and South Carolina will today fionor the memory of the men who fell fighting under the Southern Cross. It is a beautiful and ennob ling sentiment which prompts this tribute and one which does honor to those from whom it comes. This day is made...

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. — 10 May 1904

NEWBERRY'S DELEGATES ON THE NOMINATION. (Concluded from Page j.) tinued Mr. Wvche. "The induence of our delegates should be exerted in the direction of harmonizing both wings of the party. The supreme -lity of the democratic party at this :ime is to defeat the dangerou, Roosevelt. The b,uer abuse heaped up *n Bryan. Iearst. and other leading lenocrats by some appears to me az -incalled for. useless. and under the existing circumstances. very unwise. It will be no easv task to defeat the -epublicans. The best man for this purpose should be chosen.'* Mr. George S. Mower said: "As matters now stand Judge Parker ap pears to be the most available man for the democratic nomnation for president. and as I see it now I am not in iavor of instructing the dele gation - sent to the national conven-, tion Developments may render some other democrat more available .jor a successful contest than Judge parker." JUDGE W. T. GARY DEAD. Passed Away at His Home in Augus-! ta After Long Illness. Judge W...

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. — 10 May 1904

THIEVES OF MEXICO. The Wily Rateros Will Steal the Coal Off Your Back. Kansas City Star. There are no burglars in lexico and for a very simple reason-the daytime and the public street afford the adroit ratero such easy opportun ities for appropriating other people's property that it really is not wortii his while to bother with night raids or to take the risk of forcing an eit trance into private houses. Other countries. other customs the ratero is an institution in Nlexico and like the rest of the Mexican in stituti6ns he is indigenous to the soil. The sneak thief in other countries ' a product of civilization's hunan mill: the burglar is a poison separated somewhere in the process of milling The ratero is nothing of the sort. it is iust as legitimate a produc:. just as much a part of the regular ouput, as any other member of society. e is withoui shame or reproach in his calling and is :uite at peace with mankind. There is a diversity in the methods of these thieves, ranging from ...

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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. — 10 May 1904

A CANDIDATE We hearby announce ourselves as a Scandidate for more business and pledge * ourselves to satisfy all customers. + MAYES' DRUG STORE. $ . We believe in woman's suffrage. AT THE RUSSELL OLD STAND YOU Will find a full line of Groceries, Confectioneries, Fruits, Vegetables, Tobacco, Cigars, &c. When in need of any 0 thing in the grocery line come to see me and try some of I my Boneless Pig Feet, Columbia River Salmon. Seaquads and0 Tripe and other nice things usually kept in a first-class Gro cery Store. I have got the goods and my prices are right. I will appreciate your trade and treat you right. Mail orders filled promptly: goods defivered on short notice. I will give you the very best goods you can buy for as little money as it is possible for them to be sold at and live. Come to see :ne. Be sure to find the place. the Russell old stand. * JACOB L. DICKERT, THE HONEST GROCERMAN. eeeeeeeseeseesseeeeeeeeee THE BOSTON STORE Your special attention is called to the * f6ll...

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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. — 10 May 1904

MEMORIAL DAY. Program to Be Observed Today These Upon Whom Crosses of Honor Will Be Conferred. Today is the it-rty-irsht anniversar of 7he death of the :outh-s distin guished and beloved chieftain. Stone wail Jackson. and it ha:, been set apart in this state as a day on which special tribute is paid to the memory of those who fought and fell in the great battle for southern independence. On this day throughout the state the graves of these men will be decorated by the loving women of the south with spring's choicest flowers. and the story of their brave deeds will be recounted by eloquent orators: the battle songs of the Confederacy will bte sung again. and the Stars- and Bar will once more be kissed by southern breezes. The program arranged for the obser vance of the day in Newberry. togeth er with the various cpmmittees ap pointed to take the occassion in ch.-rge. to decorate the graves. etc.. ha-. already been published. The exercises will be held in the opera house this afternoo...

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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. — 12 May 1904

VOL. XL. NO. 91. NEWBEIRRY. S. C.. FRIDAY._MAY 12, 1904 TWICE A WEEK. $1.50 A YEAR RE. J. A. SLIGH IN THE NOMINATION HE IS AN ADVOCATE OF PAR KER. A Strong Article Contrasting Hearst And Parker And Each With Roosevelt. In the last issue of The Herald and News interviews were published from Newberry's delegates to the state convention giving their views on the presidential nomnation. It had not been*possible to see the Rev. J. A. Sligh at that time, but he was asked for such an interview and expresses himself as follows. "You ask me to give for the use of The Herald and News a short state ment as to my choice for a presiden tial candidate. and especially my views on Parker and Hearst. "It has come to be generally under stood that. so far as the selection or -officers for the national government goes. the voters of South Carolina .can not have their choice, nor can they have things done according to their way of thinking. But, notwith standing this. common sense ana love of country pr...

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. — 12 May 1904

the banner of the John M. Kinara Camp, U. S. C. V., and beneath was a handsome oil painting of Colonel Drayton Rutherford. Roses and othei flowers appropriately placed lent a beautiful effect. On the left. made of roses, were the figares '61 and on the right '65. Seated on the stage were the ofh cers and representatives of the Dray ton Rutherford Chapter, Daughters of the Confederacy: the James D. Nance Camp. Confederate Veterans, and the John M. Kinard Camp. Sons of Vet erans. The meeting was called to ordei by Adjutant 0. L. Schumpert. of the James D. Nance Camp. U. C. V. Music was rendered by the Newterry orchestra and a fervent prayer was offered by the Rev. N. N. Burton. who thanked God for the lives of the Con iederat- soldiers, and asking that the south wxight be worthy of their !ie.ro ism. He referred to the serious ill ness of the beloved' chaplain of the James D. Nance Camp, Dr. E. P. Mc Clintock, and asked. if it was God's will, that Dr. McClintock soon be re stored to hi...

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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. — 12 May 1904

COTTON SEED OIL INDUSTRY. A Correspondent Believes That The Business Is In Dire Extremity. To the Editor of The State. The present unsatisfactory condi tion oi the cotton seed oil business calls for some very serious thought ..n the part of those now engaged in :he business and also deserves the c!ose scrutiny of those about to em bark in the business. The growth of :his industry has indeed been most remarkable and up until the present time there has been unusually, with well conducte- and well located mills. -spendid returns from the same. Because of the superiority of the cot ton seed oil over most other fats. ana in spite of a great deal of prejudice against its use. its high intrinsic vatue has- forced it prominently upon the markets of the world. Hundreds of thousands of pounds of this oil are i.ow used in the manufacture of eleo margerine. butter. compound lards, etc.. while millions of pounds of oil have been shipped anually from the United States to foreign countries, and us...

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. — 12 May 1904

E. H. AULL, EDITOR. FRIDAY MAY 13 The State Convention. The state convemTio4n meets next Wednesday. In only a iew 'f the con ties has there been any expression on the subject of a choice of a candi date as the democratic standard bear er. The sentiment in this state. how ever, seems to be largely in favor oi Parker, and yet the idea prevails that the south would be willing to take ani. good and clean democrat who woula st.nd a chance of winning. There are, here and there. a few Hearst men in this state, but so few as not to amount to much. The nomination of Hearst would mean the election of the republican candidate without an effort. What the democracy wants is to get together on a platform and a can didate and victory this year for the national ticket will be easy. There is little for the state conven tion to do. except to elect delegates. It would be well to send such as are in sympathy with the democracy of the state and yet we do not believe it wduld be wise to instruct our del ...

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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. — 12 May 1904

SOUTH CAROLINA NEWS. Items of More or Less Interest Con densed in the State. Sooo has been raised in Chester ior the purposce -f building a Confeder ate monmtiniem. Memorial day was observea throughoul the state on Tuesday ana in each place large crowds attended and took part in the exercises. The Clemson encampment in An <derson came to an end this week and the cadets have returned to Clemson. The encampment was very success ful and very pleasant to the cadets and the people of Anderson. Conductor Oliver lost both his legs, near Conway, on Monday. by being run over by an engine. and subse quently died of his injuries. He leaves a large family of small chil dren. Bob Henderson shot and instantly killed Garfield Hopson. both negroes. at Neals Shoals. in Union 'county, on Sunday afternoon. It is reported that the quarrel between the two started about a belt said to have cost only io cents. Fire in Columbia on Sunday night destroyed $27.000 worth of property -which was insured for l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 12 May 1904

BRIGHT DOG IS BRUCE. A Connecticut Canine Who is Credit to His Owners. Hartford Courant. Bruce is a good shepherd dog with a good pedigree: he has the reg ular North-of-Scotland black and tan coat. and his home in in Bristol. Yet 'he pays frequent visits to the Cou rant's office, where his master is a member of the staff. When he is told to say his prayers Bruce goes to the nearest chair, or anything that he can put his paws against, and bows his head between them devoutly. When told to "pray -out loud" lie grumbles as if he was trying to talk. One day. soon after he was taught to "pray." his mistress suggested that Bruce was not clean and ought to have a bath, whereupon the dog steered for the chair near at hand. got up on it and commenced praying in earnest, for a bath is one thing he dislikes more than any other. Burying his little nose between his paws he seemed to be testing the el ficacy of prayer. Whenever he has been bad, needs correcting and a whipping, he always steers for...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 12 May 1904

LOST TRIBE OF ISRAEL? Peculiar Race of People Living Un derground in Central America Chicago Chronicle. Col. J. C. Tucker. former United States minister at Martinique. relates a strange story of a race of people living in an underground city in Cen tral America. Col. Tucker some time ago received information, about a race who live in cities cut out of the rocks in the mountains in Central Amerie.. in an out-of-the-way place. very dinfi cult to reach. and which no stranger had visited before him and returnea alive. He decided to investigate. After reaching a certain point Col. Tucker had to travel 8oo miles through wild jungles carrying his provisions on a pack mule and en during many hardships on the way. As he neared the hidden city his every movement was watched and reportea to the high priest of the tribe dwell ing there, but no harm was offered him: When he shot a pair of lions in the jungle. which had been killiDg the natives, he did an act that turnea out to be the very thing ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 12 May 1904

NEWBERRY'S REBEKAHS. State Assembly Formed-Newberry Degree Team Awarded First Prize. The State C.Puncil of the Order of Rebekah was formed during the meeting of the grand lodge of Oda Fellows in Anderson this week. There are about twenty-five local lodges of the order of Rebekah in this state. The movement for tJhe organiza tion of this state council originated in Newberry. at a meeting called to con sider the matter by McCaughrin Re bekah lodge, of Newberry. At that time it was decided to petition the grand lodge for the formation of the state assembly. The folowing officer-, were chosen: President-Mi-,s Wessie Corley. of Columbia. Vice-presidemi--Mis. 1.ucy Jones. of Newberry. Secretary--Mis Walker. .f Pelzer. Warden-Mrs. Shealy. of Granite Ville. Treasurer--Mis- Bond. of Charles ton. There was a spirited prize con tei befween the two Rebekah teams present conferring degrees. The teams were from Newberry and Pel zer. Newberry, according to the an nouncement. won first prize. and P...

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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. — 17 May 1904

VOL jL. NA tills. VOL. XL. NO. 91. NEWBERRY, S. C.. TUESDAY, MAY 17. 1904 TWICE A WEEK. $1.50 A YEAR THE PROPER SPIRIT. Hearst Will Support The Nomiinee, Whoever the Party May r. Name. William Randolph Hearst will stW> port the nominee of the St. Louis democratic convention, whoever lie may be. says a Washington dispatch. He authorized the Washington Post to make this statement unequivocally. He ridiculed a story from Albany that he and Mr. Bryan. Arthur Bris bane, Weaver, of Iowa, and others were planning a huge bolt and the formation of a new party. He said he had been making his fight for the nomination in the name of progress ive democracy, but his fight had been within party lines and would continue to be so. Whatever the result. he in tended personally and through his newspapers to support the regulai ticket. "I am for the St. Louis nominee, said Mr. Hearst to the Post. Having uttered that plain spoken sentence lie added with a smile: "I should. of course. like any other ma...

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. — 17 May 1904

GENFRAL NEWS NOTES. items of More or Less Interest Con densed Outside the State. Senator Gorman gave out an int-r view last week iav,)rii-g sending un instructed delegations to the St. Louis convention. The democratic !tate co nve11,in of Indiana instructed its thirty deletates to the St. Louis convention ti,owa for Judge Parker f,-r the presidentlai nomination. A Coast line freight Jumped the track near Fayetteville. N. C.. on Tharsday evening and was wrecked. the engineer being killed and the cul ored fireman being hurt. The Japanese lost their tirst -hip of war while re: :n mines from Kerr bay, when a torpedo boat was destroyed. The ecalties -cre seven killed and seven wounded. Steve Pace. a negr.. was hanged at Birmingham. Ala.. on Friday for the murder of Jesse Simmons. also colored, in 1896. Pace is the fifteenth murderer hanged by the same sheriff during the last four years. In a prize fight in Fresno, Cal., on Friday night, Johnny Bryant was pounded into insensibility by Wal...

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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. — 17 May 1904

THE MORMON'S POLYGAMY. The Practice Originated With Proph et Joseph Smith-Was At First Concealed. The marriage service' of the Mor mon church have been the' subject of many questions during the pending investigation in the case of Senator Smoot before the senate committee on privileges and elections. All the evidence has tended to show that the services are simple-so simple, in fact. that the bishop or other official of the church has a good deal left to his discretion as to what he shall say on those occassions. says the Wash ington Star. There was a pretty fiction during the days when plural marriages were being performed day and night that they were often brought about and desired by the other wives of the men who were in that way adding to their family responsibilities. The sacred books of the church contain signifi cant allusions to the admonitions that are given the wives of Mormons in -this respect and wives who encourage polygamy were promised great glory in the kingdom to c...

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. — 17 May 1904

E. H. AULL. EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry. S. C.. as second class mattez. TUESDAY, MAY 17. 1904. Mr. Tracy Again. It wz- n"t r puirpiise' have anythli- further t, say of \r. Tracy. jor he ha, alread recheived im-re iree adverti-ing than he deserve-. In view of his statement. hmwvever. it becomes necessary to add a u :d. We suppose that he referred t.. rhe Herald and News in his remark that "if persois wonld use a Hitle mre common 5ense and a penclii they a. could fgure ant a few thin1. ina much as it appears in the rep .rt ol . his speech iL criticism of this papei. If some people wmuld tell the truth and the whole truth in their circtilars': which they issue it would not necess-i tate the exercise of a pencil or any figuring to tell a few things. .r. Tracy said in his remarks Friday night that he had never said that he would have a box at the door for contributions. Possibly not. The re port, says: "He submitted this: His first nand bill distributed on the streets ...

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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. — 17 May 1904

An Attorney's Assurance. Represetative Henry. oi Texas dis c...g :'n Coe:rain-D;aizeli inci ent in the house. was telling how Thomas Fannin Smith. of Texaz. was accus tomed to bullyrag the judges bf! ore whom hec prac"e. 'ayes he w York Vorld. -D(oes ciiuznsel think this C-urt Ia fool asked the judge of Smizi ater a particularly boastini fateent had beenl made hV the *I sh uld nit like it answver lionor' quest-on. and wouid be glad 'o he exCe(e. Smith ahswered. "as i might subject myself to contempt .o c.urt. "u are ined S'o for c%Itemp:. the judge answered. With a great display f bi!s Smith paid the finc to the clerk. at the !ane time mutterig: "Anyhow. it i lioie than the court can show." "You are ined $50 ndditional for contempt." the court ordered. and as Smith did not have this amount he C: 02 6_ ft F. A. SCHUMPERT, Sec'y and Treas. teHove Our one thoi as no one els e thebest var * it's not beca * buyer is mor *' nerve to buy * the interest< * querorS. Not 0 50cse aryadSPECl...

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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. — 17 May 1904

WOMEN AS VOTERS. How the Rights of Franchise Are Ex. ercised in Colorado. New York Sun. The charge that women helped t< do the ballot box stuffing that electe Congressman Shafroth of Colorado has revived the whole subject of wo man suffrage. Suifragists and anti suffragists have hurled accusatioi -after accusation at each other, newt papers have been swamped with com munications and every sort of testi mony has been heard from the glit tering generality of the suffrage lead er to the postive *I saw her do it of the actual witness of the direfi deed. About any assertion that one ,chooses to make about woman sui frage can find a proving instance ir Colorado. If he wants to prove tha1 the proportion of educated womer who vote is above tha: of the ignoran, he can point out community aftei community where such is the case If he wants to show that the womei of the latter type are the only one: who vote in numbers he can find stili other communities. if he wishes to show that a towi has...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 17 May 1904

COSTLY ATHLETICS. What It Costs to Run College Foot Ball and Base Ball Teams. New York World. That college athletics conic high in these modern days is generally under stood. That we must. nevertheless. have them i a ptistive argument oi the majority ainong .tudents and faculties. Without entering into the discussion one may contemplate with interest the new details concerning supplies and their costs for the ath letics of a great eastern univerity. as gathered by a writer for the current Outlook. The general report -f the trea-.rer in th-s instance reminded the writer of the budget of 'me small city. considered as a matter m :scal mag n1itude. It set 'forth receipt reaching up nearly to Stoo.ooo. with tiai expendi tures of about the ane imposing Of the outlay about two-thirds went for running expenses of the crews and the three athletic teams, and included such items, in round figures, as $bo,ooo for board at "training tables." $7.000 for sporting goods. $14.000 for travel ling, ho...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
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