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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 3 June 1904

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Th'ose Who Visit Newberry. Mr. I. H. Hunt spent last night in Cokimbia. Magistrate W. C. Sligh. of Jalapa, was in Newberry yesterday Mr. vX. C. Tyree is spending sev eral days in Atlanta. Mr. G. G. Sale went to Columbia yesterday on legal business. Mr. H. L. Parr was in Newberry ye'sterday. Mr. L. X Floyd was in Columbia this week Miss Lucia Abel. of Orangeburg. is visiting Miss Ellie Huiett. Miss Bess Connor. of Allendale. is visiting Miss Eva Wright. Miss Lucy McCaughrin has re turned from a visit to Spartanburg. Mrs. George Johnstone and Mrs. Turnipseed are at Harris Springs. Mrs. C. A. Robinson is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. M. Berry. in Augusta. Senator George S. Mower has been in Columbia this week on legal bus iness Mr. McHardy Mower has complet ed his law course at the South Caro lina college. The Rev. Z. W. Bedenbaugh, of Prosperity. was in Newberry this week. Mrs. Conner. of Cokesbury. is visiting at her broth...

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. — 7 June 1904

na4 Y70L. XL. NO. 91. NEWBERRY. S. 0.. TUESDAY JUNE 7; 1904 TWICE A WEEK. $1.50 AYEAR AIUAL GOMIENGEMENT OF NEWBUERY COLLEGE CLASS OF TWENTY-FIVE TO RECEIVE DIPLOMAS. Eloquent Baccalaureate Sermon By Dr. Dunbar-Address to the Students by Dr. Roper. Seventeen young men and eight young ladies will on Wednesday re ceive their diplomas from Newberry college. The annual commencement began on Sunday, when the bacca laureate sermon was preached by Dr. W. H. Dunbar, of Baltimore. On Sunday night the address to the stu dent body was wade by the Rev. L. M. Roper, of Spartanburg. Audiences which packed the opera house heard both addresses. The Junior contest for medal in oratory was held last night.' Orations were made by eight young gentlemen selected.at a preliminary contest held in the college chapel several days ago. This morning at ii o'clock the ad dress before the alumni association will be delivered by Dr. J. M. Kibler, of this city, and this evening at 8-30 o'clock the address 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. — 7 June 1904

ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT OF NEWBERRY COLLEGE (Continued Fr-,n Page One.) who had come to a kingdom of offi cial place. it was a great thing to secure high office. but it was a ser ious thing to face the responsibil ities of high office. The same appeal was for those who had come to a kingd-nmi f knowledge. it was a great thing to enjoy the ac vantages of mental culture: it va.. serious matter to ;ace th- responsi bilities of education. And he could 'nt pass by the thought. how this appeal was for those who had come to a kingdom of grace. It was a great thing to be a Christian: it was a matter of sub lime import to face the responsibili ties of being a Christian. The speaker then took tip a dis cussion of how this appeal was em phasized by the claims of 'uch a time as this." In the time of peril and c'risis the appeal came to Esther. Transfer the sentence out of its ancient setting and fix it in the framework of present conditio.,s. Pre-eminently character istic of this time. he said, was...

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. — 7 June 1904

ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT OF NEWBERRY COLLEGE (Crntinued'From Page Two.) guilty conscience. The very highest achievereent of science in its efforts to penetrate every part of the uni verse was to erect an altar to the un known God. The knowledge of God which is life was not a knowledge which science could give, but a knowl edge of God in his moral relations to the universe. One half hour spent in thoughtful consideration of the Lord's Prayer was worth more than a hundred- years spent in the study of a philosophy which did not recog nize God as a personal God who lis tened to prayer. The true knowledge of God came through Jesus. Apart from what Jesus Christ had taught and wrought it was not a mere fancy, the thought of a world without a -father. This knowledge was to be obtained by an humble trust in Jesus. It was pos sible to only an obedient heart, and not to be gained merely by the activity of the intellect or of the intellect working- under the control of con science. but by intellect....

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. — 7 June 1904

E. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C.. as second class matter. TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 1904. Should Be Thoroughly Inves:tigated .t is now reported that the girders which support the dome f the state capitol 'are too weak and that there is danger of a crush at any time. This is a report made by Mr. C. C. Wilson. a Columbia architect. who is employ ed by the new commission to com plete the state house. The governor is right in. having all work suspended until the truth of the report of Mr. Wilson might be es tablished. If Mr. Wilson's statement is correct the wonder is that the crash has not come sooner. To place 187 per cent. more weight on a girder than is safe is a very dangerous situa tion. It is a very unfortunate condi tion and we trust that Governor Hey ward in securing an expert architect will get some one who is not only competent and is known to have a reputation and whose statement may be relied upon, but one who is not in the remotest degree interested...

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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. — 7 June 1904

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 7 June 1904

GENF.AL NEWS NOTES. Ztems of More or Less Interest Con densed Outside the State. The birthday of President Jeffersop Davis was observed throughout the south on Friday. Several more mills in New Eng-1 land have decided to run on short xime. affecting many operatives. A tornado did considerable damage in several Texas towns on Friday. 1 There were very probably several fa tahties. Thomas Moore. of Hartford. Conn.. ,committed suicide in Asheville on Friday afternoon by shooting him self through the head. He was an in valid and ill health is supposed to have actuated the deed. The long deadlock in the Illinois:i state republican convention was< broken on Friday. when. on the', seventy-ninth ballot. Charles S Deneen was nominated gubernatorial candi date to head the ' republican ticket. The convention met about the middle of May, and the deadlock was one!1 of the longest in the history of state nominating conventions. - ~ One man was killed and nineteen were injured in a head-on colli...

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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. — 7 June 1904

THE PRESS ASSOCIATION. Resolutions Of Appreciation And Esteem Forwarded Pres dent E. H. AXll. President E. H. Aull. of the South Carolina State Press association, has received a handsomely engrossed copy of resolutions of appreciaiion and esteem ad(.pted by the associa tion while homeward hound from the St. Louis exposition. The resolutions'read as follows: S. C. State- Press Association Private Car Haslemere. enroute Homewards from World's Fair. May 28th. 1904: "'To the uninitiated ii may appear that the office of president of the South Carolina State Press associa tion is an easy position to Fil, yet the members of this assocation are illy sensible of the great responsi bilities and arduous duties to be per formed as president of this associa tion as the office is now filled by our distinguished president. Col. Elbert H. Aull. "In additon to his other duties, to spend months in arranging pleasure trips for the association. having due regard for the minutest details, and then posse...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 7 June 1904

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mr. W. C. Tyree has returned from Atlanta. Miss Belle Perdue is taking a short vacation at her home in'Augusta. Mr. L. A. Black, of Batesburg. is a visitoi on the college campus. Hon. John C. Seegers is among the commencement visitors. Mr. A. H. Kohn was in the city yesterday. Mr. Earnest D. Bedenbaugh is here fr6m Atlanta for commencement. County Superintendent of Educa tion B. F. Sample, of Saluda, is in the city. The board of supervisors of regis tration were in session in the court house yesterday. Mr. R. D. Smith and family went to Spartanburg yesterday to visit rel atives. Capt. J. D. Jenny, of Fairfax, is in Newberry. Mr. J. Claude Dominick is at home from Atlanta. Mr. J. A. Barre, of Lexington, is in Newberry. The Rev. S. C. Ballentine, of White Rock, is in the city. Prof. J. E. Boland, of Langley, is in Newberry this week. Vrof. C. A. Fellers is at home for the summer vacation. Mr. L. D...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 10 June 1904

VOL. XL. NO. 91. NEWBERRY. S. 0., FRIDAY JUNE 10. 1904 TWICE A WEEK. $1.50 A YEAR LAWLESSNESS AMONG COLORADO MINERS DYNAMITE HURLED TWELVE . MEN TO DEATH. The Work of an Assassin Followed By Murders And Rioting -Martial Law. Twelve men were killed and seven seriously injured on.Monday by the explosion of an infernal machine at the railroad station in Independence in Colorado. Eleven were killed out right, being blown to pieces and one died later from his wounds. All the killed and injured, with the exception of two men from the Deadwood mine. were non-union miners employed on the night shift of the Findley mine. The infernal machine with which the murder was committed consisted of a quantity of dynamite. probably 300 pounds. a loaded revolver and a long fine steel wire attached to the irigger. The revolver was fastened so. that the pulling of the trigger would not draw it away. The wire ran from under the station platform to the cribbing of the Delmonico property. about 4oo feet awa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 10 June 1904

president of Roanoke college. At the conclusion of his remarks Dr. Dreher announced that on actount of the fact that two of the class had made exactly the same average it had been impossible to award the medal but for the generosity of Mr. Z. F. Wright. who had offered to provide an additional medal, and two German medals were awarded this morning one to Mr. James R. McKittrick and another to Miss Lola Lake. both of the senior class. Owing to the length of the exer cises which were to follow, the an nouncements of the awards of the other medals were made by President George B. Cromer. The John M. Kinard Freshman medal was awarded Miss Sara E. Bowers. with honorable mention of Mr. W. F. Hipp. The Greek medal. offered by Messrs. C. P. Boozer and W. A. Mose ley, was awarded Mr. J. H. Riser, with honorable mention of Mr. P. A. Schumpert. The John J. Long Science medal, the contest for which was throughout the course, was awarded Mr. L. M. .Bouknight. The 0. B. Mayer Senior history medal...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 10 June 1904

an unfaltering devotion that is beyond all words of praise. The members of the faculty have tasked their noble walents in self-denving service which mere money can never compensate. The students. by a singular gentility <f conduct and steadfastness of appli cation have proved their devotion by their deeds. The town of Newberry proudly claims "our college" as the chief iewel in its encircling crown of hills. Our visitors prv e their friend ship by their presence. But of all .ur rinds. behold the leader there. When George Hli!an<i breathed his steroststregth im, Is dying" ,Prayer "Go:i bles Newberry Col lg." it Wa et orge Cr iner that straightway became the obedient in strunnt of the divine hlessing. At the cost or sacritice which l h.s ever been too modest to acknowlcdge. he quiebtly I-id aside the t-1ga of the iurist for the mantle that fel, trom heaven. And now when once more. with impaired strength but ennobled spirit, he enters tha: career which is evermore his debtor for h...

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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. — 10 June 1904

R. H. AVJLL* EPDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY, JUNE io. Congressman Lever says in an in terview with the Evening Telegram when in Newberry the other day that he.was an original Parker man for the democratic nomination for the pres idency. and that none of the South Carolina members in Congress were ever for Hearst. We believe South Carolina favors Parker. but does so because it is supposed he is the most available man for the place and the one most likely to win. provided of course he is a good democrat. Mr. Parker has that record. though there are some good people even in South Carolina who are not enthusiastic Parker men because they think Mr. Parker is too near Cleveland and they do not endorse Mr. Cleveland. We do not share in that opinion because but. for the fact that Mr. Cleveland has been three times nominated and twice elected we should be glad to see him nominated. He is among the greatest living Americans today. The de...

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 June 1904

GNFRAL NEWS NOTE, Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Outside the State. The Idaho democratic state con vention instructed its delegates to vote for the nomination of W. R. Hearst. The costliest fire in the history of Danville. Va.. occurred on Monday, entailing a loss that will probably-1 reach within the neighborhood of $40. 0o0. Two young women were instantly killed by a stroke of lightning near Stratham. Ga.. on Monday afternoon. The young women. Mabel Flanagan and America McLoughlin. were in a field at work, and just in ir-nt of them was a young man. He was knocked senseless.' John T. West. a councilman of Richmond. Va., was sent to jail on Monday because he declined to give the grand jury the name of a man who offered him $i,5oo to stay away from a certain meeting of the street committee. The particular meeting is supposed to have concerned recent asphalt paving contracts. Twenty persons were killed on Tuesday by an explosion of fire damp in a coal mine near Oviedo. The ...

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 June 1904

NEWBERRY COLLEGE FACES A GREAT EPOCH, Continued From Third Page.) i: :,ghtly directed to the actual ach:evement of this most worthy pur pose There must be a right method in (-d&r to achi-%e a right result. Larg accomplishments posits ade quan' equ:ipnent. We may idealize withcu ceasing about "character" and manhood" but if ur ideal ar to t. ac-':.Ilized weI must give. we mu work. To begin at the hegin ni-. again. every college must have a g;mnasium. where scientitic neth od, may be applied to the develop nv- of each Individual physical or gamse;. Clean open-air sports ins: b oour4ged in every' legitimate ia-hion. for alertnes of :melle; noo readness of response and discipli::e of will may be learned on the play gro-nd as welt as in the schooir.m. while the temple becomes more sound!y brindled for the soul. As to the curriculum. this must be at once comprehensive and thorough. and. above all else. practical-fitting a man for his place in the world. actually achieving its object. ...

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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 June 1904

PROF. J. E. BUZHARDT. Tribute By A Friend Who Kncn Loved Him Well. On Saturday. May 28th. 1904. as stood beside the -pen grave and wit nessed the body of Prof. J. E. Buz hardt bimg laid away t its last rest ing place. my h-:art exclaimed: *Hov mysterious are ts provid-uces - God!*" ie wa-a n-t the man who tia( lived his allotted time f three scir years and ten. iiit the on. that wa: living to hisnself alone. seeking th< pleasures and htmors if this life an< making the world the better by hi: living in it. Prof. P-zl-rd: had -i reached his prime in lii-: a-'d surel we can say his life n:s a life of ser vice-a life high and u;bl . as we sei him spending all his en-:rnries in edu cating the youth of the land. Prof. Buzhardt alwas b re thi stamp of the genteman. H-: stoope< to nothing low or base. His char acter was above rtproach. I hav1 never heard an unkind word spokei about him. When a boy at school a Garmany academy. his modest dispo siton. his kind heart and his nobl< ...

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. — 10 June 1904

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mr. J. N. 0. Gregory. of the Saluda bar, was in Newberry this week. Mrs. L. C. Boland. of Leesville. came to Newberry to attend com mencenent. Mr. C. I.. Suber. of Columbia. is in the city. Miss Lalla Workman. of Kinards. is visiting Miss Sar. Pope in the city. Mr. H. A. C,peland. of Columbia. is in the cityV. The Rev. XV. H. Greever. of Co lumbia. was in Newberry on \Vednes day. The Rev. A. J. rowers. D. D.. will preach in Thompson Street A. R. P. church on Sunday at i a. m. Dr. \W. .G. Browne. the optician. I who is at the Crotwell hotel. has been pleasing his patrons very much. Mr. Armand Hinson. who has been in Sheffield. Ala.. in the machine shops at that place. is at home for several days. Mr. B. B. Hair. private secretary to Congressman Croft, was in Newberry this week for commencement. Misses Varina and Bessie Feagle. of Little Mountain. were in Newberry this week. Mr. A. C. Jones has mo...

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. — 14 June 1904

i ttjII C w VOL. XL. NO. 91. NEWBERRY. S. C.. TUESDAY JUNE 14. 1904 TWICE A WEEK. 81.50 A YEAR ANOTHER SALUDA KILLING A Negro Cursed And -Beat And Shot By Three Young White Men. Saluda. June 13-Coroner Gibson returned late yesterday afternoon from holding an inquest over the dead body of Richard Truesdale. colored. who was killed at Long bridge, Cloud's creek. five miles from Batesburg. about nightfall Saturday. -It was very clear fron the testi mony taken that three young white men, two Miller boys and a- McCor mick. were the guilty parties. but the witnesses not knowing the given names of either of the white toys im plicated, the jury returned a verdict that the negro came to his death at the hands of unknown parties. The jury under the circumstances could not have done otherwise, but it is said the coroner should have ad journed the inquest until the Miller boys and McCormick were put up for identification. According to the,story told at the inquest, the homicide was unprovoked -...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 14 June 1904

WEST END SCHOOL. The Closing Exercises Held Friday Night-Interesting and Pleasant Occasion. The teachers of the West End school, Misses Laura Blease, Bernice Martin, and Sallie Mae Burton, de cided just a few days ago that they would give an entertainment at the close of the school. The entertainment was given Friday night and it was a decided success. The children did well and greatly enjoyed the occasion. The school building is a very hand some one and was built by the stock holders of the mill. It is well appoint ed but there is need for a hall in which to hold the exercises. Only the par ents were invited Friday night 1--nd the hall was crowded. There are many pretty and bright children over here and the pity is they are not given more time to go to school. Too many of them are taken away from the school at an age when they should be kept there. The total enrolment of the school the past year was only 164. while the average attendance was but no. In a population as large as that...

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. — 14 June 1904

EVANS AND MOBLEY FIGHT. Candidates For Railroad Commission er Get Together on the Streets of Columbia. After having received an unsatisfac tory reply to certain demands made by himself upon Mr. W. Boyd Evans, Mr. John G. Mobley. of Fairfield. yes terdav attacked Mr. Fvans with a rawhide. The Lffair created a decided sensation1. i,,r it occurred almost in front .-f the :onrt house at a busy hour .,f the m,rning and before the nw.. me eii<l he parted a large crowd had collected. It wa- evident that no mere politi cal disagreement caused the affair. for Mr. Mobley. though a man of high spirit. has always been regarded as very amiable and kindly in his na ture. H-{e and Mr. Evans are candi dates for the office of railroad coni missioner. and were contestants for the same position two years ago. It was said yesterday that at a politcal meeting at Hampton an encounter of this kind was narrowly averted. Mr. Mobley. witnesses say. struck Mr. Evans at least four blows with his horsewhip w...

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