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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 13 November 1903

A PERSONAL APPEAL. I have been connected with The Herald and News as editor for more than seventeen years. When it was bought from Mr. A. C. Jones on March 7, 1887, by Aull & Hou seal, the subscription list was about six hundred. It ran up v 1 ,200 and when it was changed to twice a week the list began to increase until now it takes more than i86o papers to fill our mailing list. We have tried to keep it in the van of pro gress, and we have labored, hard for the advancement of the best in terests of this county and town. Those things that we conceived for ttie best interests ol the whole peo ple-for their material and moral uplifting-we have advocated re gardless of the consequences to our selves. Many times we have led the agitation for public utilities which at the beginning had few ad vocates, but by persistence we have accomplished results. For the past four years on account of absence from the business little or no effort has been made to collect what is due us. I ani compe...

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. — 13 November 1903

THE IMMIGRATIOIN CONVBN'101. Earnest Men Assemble In Columbia and Adopt General Plan of Work for Securing Settlers. Patriotic men of South Carolina organized in Columbia oi Tuesday what in time may be one of the great agencies for making the State as great comtnercially and agricul turally as it is inl its manufacturing interests. 'This object they hope to accoiplish th rough immigration, the engrafting upon the citizetiship' of this State of sturdy settlers froml) the old country who will populate the agricultural section now being deprived of its citizens in order to give thei eiploy-ienlt in the cot ton mills. The attetidance was gratifying, deleg'ates from ieary ha!f the couni ties in the State being present, and the persola! interest of the delegates inspires the belief that the meetting together will Inot 1e in vainl; that there is a lofty purpose and that the representative men who were pres ent will (do what they cain to bring to South Carolina st ttlers who in the yeals to ...

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. — 13 November 1903

A FAMILY QUARREL. Ornoll Ending After the Poet Shelley Ind Interfered. hils "lossetti I'llers" Wilam etti 4a4sI that whenl. She1lley was Ing in tie vilbt of the Gisbornes ot droll 11iiet oceillrred. It ap i's that his ,wrvants. Giusevpe and tuzi.ifia. wio) were 111ni1n 1and wvife. reled,. ald '1elt.y. ' arinlg Glu c atisiig lis wife ver1y savagely alo i u1:1.er ra.Ahed tuponl h1m1 tih a pi1A.1411. shotillng: "I' l soP yOu! I shoot you!" -' he snirtl-4u fellow n for hIs Very life. Sheliy after m, till the serv.ldnt. comin!, ton a11 shrubl) ry of iuireis. inaiagedI to sip etiior them, Slelley, in his emgvrniess. (1a1rting 'Past him11. The servN*'lt inl av% few 1mn utes found it p(ssible to dodge back to the house un1e1rceived. Shelley. -seeing himl) no more, at last weit back to the house, where, to his unutterable '.11surprise, lie folnd Giuseppe and An iunziata sitting logethi(-r in the most "Imieable manneL, addressing each oth or as "caro" and "carissinia." "But Were you not quarr...

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. — 13 November 1903

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. Judge Haynesworth Excused and Specia Judge Ferguson is Presiding. The Cook Case. The court of cotmmon pleas coil vened Tuesday afternoon, Specia Judg J. W. Ferguson, of L,aurens presiding. Special Judge H. J Ilaynesworth was comissioned t< hold both the general sessions ano common plea- court, but after hold i,g the g,_-neral sessions court lasl week he returned to Newberrry on Monday and asked to be excused this week on account of an engage meit which called him North. IH stated that the engagement was of a public as well as private nature and of such importance that it could not well be postponed. Mr. Haynes worth was exculsed and the Ilot. J. \W. Ferguson, of Laurens, who had already beenl Coimm issiolled to 110(1 a special teri of court for the hear. ing of equity cases next week, wo asked to preside and consented, reaching Newherry Tuesday after. 110011. The first case taken ip was tiat of Frances T. Britt vs. Fl1,lz1ph1ia Gar rett et al. The pla:ntiff...

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. — 17 November 1903

E O craW mU CEms BLISHED181NEWBERRY, S. C., TUESDAY, NOVEMB3ER 17. 1.903. TWICE A WEEK.i~ ;1..rs A V1R A 1n OLD BURGLARS IN AIKEN. yesidences Robbed of Watches and Jewelry, the Total Loss Being About $1,500. , 'iken, November 15 -Aiken visited last night or early this ning by the most skillful band urglars that ever disturbed this hally quiet city. he home of W. J. Platt was Tered through the parlor window. e burglar or burglars went into e bed room where he and Mrs. att were sleeping and stole diamonds valued at $1,ooo or more. F. B. Henderson's residence was entered through a kitchen window and Mr. Henderson's watch, valued at $150, was taken, and hii po6kets; rifled of small change. ,. Bradwell's house was entered through a parlor window and - a $150 watch and chain was taken and about $17.50 in money from his trousers' pocket. Dr. J. F. Xymaan's house was entered and his watch and chain were taken from his vest which he had left hanging by the bedside.. i. is thought there were ...

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 November 1903

LUTHERANS IN SESSION. Synod in Columbia Last Week-Otticers Go Re-Elected-Delegates United Synod. Other Matters. The South Carolina Synod of the EvangelicalLutheran Church met in fir its 79th annual session last week in St. Mark's church, Columbia, the ye Rev. W. H. Greever, pastor. coi The meeting was well attended tot and the session was pleasant and sh profitable. an President Z. W. Bedenbaugh in an hi annual report reviewed the work of the past year, showing that it gr, had been one of the most fruitful shi years in the history of the synod. we The old officers were re-elected, un as followF President, Rev. Z. W. pr< Bedenbaugh, Prosperity; Vice-presi- thi dent M. 0. J. Kreps, Augusta; Secretary, Rev. S. C. Ballentine, pr< White Rock; Treasurer, A. H. the Kolin, Columbia. wa DlI.,GATXs TO UNITHD SYNOD. do This Synod is entitled to io min isterial and to lay delegates to the hen United Synod, of which it is a part. This latter body meets in New Market, Va., next J uly. The f...

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. — 17 November 1903

'U TILLMAs VIBWS. Race Question is an Issue One, and He is Hopeful the Result in 1904. urnal. States Senator Ben Till South Carolina, while in his week gave his opinion possibilities of the Dem arty in the coming Presi lection. Senator Tillman Democrats have a good f putting in their candi e elections in New York, d and Rhode Jslanid are for the Democrats that will 1eat help in the coming elec. Oe election of McClellan in 'York will have a national You see the election 'of rats here and there will the possibilities over the en untry. me people have argued that omparatively small majority aryland is not a victory that p.be very effective nationally. TJ4old like to call their attention t61e fact that heretofore we have o ajority at all, and the elec of a Democrat is a great vic oosevelt's attitude towards the ro is goimg to hurt the chances f the Reptblicais. The race prob lem as an issue will be a good one. The people over the county are taking an interest in the elections. T he trou...

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 November 1903

Eut W"A an# ie E. H. AULL, EDITOR. A LESSON CAME OUT OF TEXAS. Did you ever stop to think ho humanity is knit and woven t( gether; how the baker is depender on the tailor, and the tailor on ti brick-layer, and so on through a the list of 1uman endeavor? Son folks think that a man can live : himself. He can't. The absolutel selfish life is impossible. There a good object lesson in Thurbe Texas, which is a mining town. The miners struck. It was a ro over wages, and the public too little interest in the matter. Son of the people said: "These unior are getting too fresh. They shoul be taught a lesson. They can't ru this town.'" And some more said "Let 'em fight it out. It is non of our funeral." And all were wrong. The strik continued. Men must work to ea Most of the miners moved to othe towns Because there was no dc mand for houses rents dropped an owners of property suffered. Thi stores had less patronage, th: churches were half filled, the the: tre could do little business. Wh3 there...

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. — 17 November 1903

tome 'ithily A puo,b', following: Woma kn all crea i~,and no mant Ould" hisy a youth o, nt sweetheart. so sweet thilt ,r presence and IMo the fair sex, we needs no eulogy: SWoman the tImony some bach Marr1ge, the gate happy lover leaves und and returns to To of a deaf and dumb t wished them '-un 9 iven to a writer of con ', :said: "The writer's very 1 May he live to be as old Critic: "The bench and the ere not for the bar there e use for the bench." statesman, while dining ess on her eightleth birth. sing her hiettith said: ti live, my lady duchess. Ull $ in to grow ugly." you, sir," she said, "and ilong continue your taste for .es"-LoLidon Tit-nits. #nking and Smoking, prevalent idea that drinking pking are companion vices is al wrong," said a physician who Ade a special study of dipsoma find, on the contrary, that the hl drunkard is not abnormally ed to the use of tobacco. Ile may the weed as a lesser stimulant en not strongly under the Influence alcohol, but when the drink gets ....

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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 November 1903

ST. PHILLIPS COMMUNITY. Kalula's First Fire-School, Under Miss Laura Bowman, Moving Along Nicely. St. Phillips, Nov. 16.-The peo ple of this commutifty have abotit finished gathering cotton. On last Monday iight the little town of Kalula had the first fire silice it was esta)liished, a black smith shop being destroyed. NIr. H1alfacre estitmates thle loss at $Ioo. 'here was io insurance. This community recently enjoyed a lecture by Dr. P)eery. 'T'he address was stroig and was listened to with a great deal of pleasure. Dr. Peery shows that he is the right man in the right place A good cofiection was taken. Our school is moving along nicely under the control of Miss Laura Bowian. In the judgment of this coniutinity. Miss Bowman is one of the best teachers in the public schools. Your Opportunity To Do Good. The Thorowell Orph.-nage is located in Clinton, South Carolina. It is the property of tlie whole Sontli In l'resbyterian Ch1 urch. It c ared I st year for 1 1* < 1 phaIs with i $ ...

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. — 17 November 1903

PENTERS IN INDIA. Carolens About Measure imts, Toolm and Time. f faults of the Indian car e his neglect of accurate pnt, his carelessness with re .e eillelency of his tools and jf perceptlon of the value of a factor in the execution of REERe has also to be taught to oc ,mind with the work in hand uch as possible to exclude * ~ ects. iidple, the making of a jack olves the choice of the wood. tions as to size, tl* angle of e and its cutting edge, the lid its holding power, the han finally the operation of plan these oi)erations are capable simple explanatlon, and this !e provokes an emulation among a while exercising their reason rers. No Indian workman buys l. ie buys the blade and makes st, but he rarely makes it well. ys a saw blade and makes the V e, and, generally speaking, he 'the smallest possible sum on his 1n spIte of the extra labor the y involves. ie must therefore - ght to make as many labor sav 81 as possible and to make them Le has to be taught the use and of a grindston...

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. — 17 November 1903

MISTRIAL IN COOK CASE. $200 Verdict Agreed Upon in Case of Fulmer vs. Southern-Common Pleas Court. The common pleas court ad journed late Saturday afternoon. The case of E. Herbert Cook vs. the Carolina Manufacturing com pany, suit for damages in the suim of $15,ooo, resulted in a inistrial. The case was entered upon Wednes day morning and was given to the jury at about ten o'clock Saturday morning. The jury after remain ing out more than six hours an nounced that they could not agree upon a verdict. In the case of Fulmer vs. the Southern, counsel agreed upon a verdict of $200 for the plaintiff and a jury was einpanelled and the ver dict promptly rendered, the entire case consuming less than fifteen minutes of the time of the court. The case had been appealed to the supreme court and remanded to the circuit court for a new trial. The right of a railroad company to charge excess fare where ticket was not purchased by passenger was the main point at issue, Fulmner having been put off ...

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. — 20 November 1903

Ir~ CLf S craW mdi 3E s. BLISHED 1865 NEW BERRY, S. C., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1903. TWiCE A WEEK, $1 .50 A YEAR, IBANK OFFICIALS EET VIOLENT DEATHS. ENT KILLS HIMSELF ACCIDENT 1Y ALLY, CASHIER SUICIDES. Double Tragedy In Camden Which Shocked the Whole State. Bank Assigns. . E. Miller Boykin. president e Farmiiers and Merchants bank i:amnden, accidentally shot and d himself on Monday afternoon, a few hours later Mr. E. C. p, cashier of the sane batik, committed suicide. r. Boykin left his office at the "-mers and Merchants Bank a mWininutes before 3 o'clock, chat d' pleasantly with several friends efore getting in his buggy and starting home. After reaching home he picked up his gun, which has a rather treacherous reversible action and went out to shoot a hawk. The supposition is that as he started to clinib a fence he set the gun over the fence at the same tie making a motion to get over him self, when the gun was discharged, the load taking effect in his chest. He fell backwards, wh...

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. — 20 November 1903

STATE BOARD CUTS OFF CHARLESTON'S PROFITS PROFITS TO BE USED rOR ENFORCING LAW IN CHARLESTON. The Board Furnishes the Bonds for the Constables Recently Arrested in Wieters Matter. At a special meeting of the board of directors of the dispensary held in the city of Columbia on Monday it was decided to withhold tempor arily the profits accruing to Char leston, which it is said amount to about $30,000. The city ansA county authorities are requested to appear before the board on December 2nd, to show why the withholding of the 'profits should not be made permanent. G'overnor I leyward and Attorney General Gunter, by invitation, wert) present at the meeting. The reasons given by the board for its action are best shown by the following statenent, which was given out for publication, and which is taken from the News and Courier: The actions instituted by Wie ters in the United States Court against the dispensary constables, claiming $io,ooo damages for an alleged assault, and the arrest of...

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. — 20 November 1903

CHAPBL LBTTBR. nion Academy Community, ancial Condition as Shown and Jury's Presentment. S C., November x8.-On moving along very nicely. hment is increasing every Mollie Gallman and son, al!nian, visited Mr. J. L. of No. 7, the first of the R. Upps is spending a h her son-in-law, Mr. S. d, and family. otton is pretty well all the corn gathered, oats otatoes dug, and there will y little wheat sown. So it e seen that there is going to e spare time for rabbit hunt the country. We are now g for that cold snap which come this morning, to kill a bihen we will make a barrel of non beer,' and when we get is done, Mr. Editor, we want o get Minmaugh's old grey d and bring Dr. Mayer with y down here to our home and ill try our luck on the rabbits birds. When we get ready, ditor, I will let you know; ick up the doctor and coie t along. Nobody is complaining about tAe tice of cotton. All we need is a ttle more. But it has always been dy experience when it rains mnch vy plate is too small. I am t...

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. — 20 November 1903

AS TO COUNTY FMANCES. The Herald and News has re frained from making any commen on the financial condition of thi county. The presentment of th, grand jury and the statement o Supervisor Schumpert were printed We believe, however, in giving jus tice to every one and showing par tiality to none. The editor of thi; paper told the p-ople in the cam -paign of 1902 that there was n< chance for a redtztion oi taxatiot and endeavored t;a show why ther was lot. Now T. J. W. gets after th< supervisor and says its a great pit: the financial -onditici of the count; is what it is and sa the peo pie do not object to paying out thei: money when they can see where i has been wisely spent. To both o these propositions we readily assent But let us be just. It is our opinioi that it was a waste of public monel to put sewerage in the basement o the court house, but it was prope: to have the sewerage put in th< jail anc the rcoms up stairs to th< court house. The grand jury get: after the s...

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. — 20 November 1903

AS TO COUNTY FINANCES. The Herald and News has re frained from making any commer on the financial condition of th county. The presentment of th grand jury and the statement c Supervisor Schumpert were printed We believe, however, in giving jul tice to every one and showing pai tiality to none. The editor of thi paper told the pople in the caur -paign of 1)02 that there was n chance for a redtzztion oi taxatio and endeavored t..o show why ther was not. Now T. J. W. gets after th supervisor and says its a great pit the financial ,-nditicu of the count is what it is and sa- the pec pie do not object to paying out thei money when they can see where i has been wisely spent. To both c these propositions we readily assent But let us be just. It is our opinio that it was a waste of public mjone to put sewerage in the basement o the court house, btut it was prope to have the sewerage put in th jail anc the rooms up stairs to th court house. The grand jury get after the supervisor for this ex...

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. — 20 November 1903

S0'* HDNDAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY THE TWO ORGANIZATIONS JOINBD IN A RECEPTION TUESDAY BYENING. T4e Veterans Were Honored Guests-An Interesting and Inspiring Program Was Carried Out. Most of them who yet survive are fast approaching the brink of the river which flows between time and eternity- the heroes in gray who, in e morning of their lives, fresh with hope and confident ir a courage inspired by principle bor in of truth and justice, went forth to battle for Southern rights; whose noon-tide dazzled a world with its kindling glory; whose eveni'ig, ush ered upon then in the deep gloom which enshrouded Appomattox, has been spent and is now being spent in the work of building a new South upon the ruins of the old-a new South, retaining all that was noblest and sweetest in the old, and yet an inseparable part of are united coun try which is today leading the world in material progress and in all the arts and sciences. It is well for the future of the Southland and of the American n...

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. — 20 November 1903

SRIWANDMUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY THE TWO ORGANIZATIONS JOINBD IN A RBCEPTION TUESDAY EYBNING. Te Veterans Were Honored Guests-An Interesting and Inspiring Program Was Carried Out. Most of them who yet survive are fast approaching the brink of the river which flows between time and eternity- the heroes in gray who, in e morning of their lives, fresh with hope and confident in a courage inspired by principle boi n of truth and justice, went forth to battle for Southern rights; whose noon-tide dazzled a world with its kindling glory; whose evening, ush ered upon theni in the deep gloom which enshrouded Appomattox, has been spent and is now being spent in the work of building a new South upon the ruins of the old-a new South, retaining all that was noblest and sweetest in the old, and yet an inseparable part of are united coun try which is today leading the world in material progress and in all the arts and sciences. It is well for the future of the Southland and of the American na ti...

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. — 20 November 1903

A RIPE OLD AGE. Mrs. Mary Sligh, Surrounded by Her Rel tives and Friends, Celebrates Her 89th Birthday. Newberry, November i9.---O Monday the children, grand-chi dren and great-grand-childl en, wit other relatives and friends, of 'it: Mary (Annt Poll\ ) Sligh met i her home, ner. :-'benezer chlrch. hotior of her cigh ty y-inlth hit ida\ I'here are few indeed who 1t.1e that ripe old age NlIts. Sligh i still very active :01 one of her ag.. She loves to tlk 11nl the g od oll titmes when she was a young girl She has a splendid mieory am it is a pleasure to hear her talk She is still able to read with.i diflicilty. with the aid glasses. She has passed the eighty ninth mile-stonle, and i; appear ances cont for anything, she \ il pass several more. Nirs Sligh l ha four children living: Mr G MI) Sligh, NIrs. \larv McGr.ny, thi widow of Mr. Hen McGraw, Nrs Carrie WIfitaker, he wife of tih Rev. H-. W. \\'Iitaker. and Ni Susainah Schitimpurt. tle wife L J J. Schlutpert, all mf whom wen preseln...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
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