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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 14 June 1904

2. R. AULL. ]En-OR. Entered at the Postoffice at New befty, S. C., as second class matter. - TUESDAY, JUNE x4, 1904. The Labor Question Again. Agriculture is the big wheel that modes *all the rest of the business ma chinery, and yet it seems less atten tion is paid to that branch of busi ness than to any other. With the far mers. patience will cease to be a v,:ture. after awhile, and the demand will be made that our law making power must be put into the hands of the far mer. They are tired of half-handed laws enacted as a sort of sop to the farmer to keep him quiet-they want .hws that will accomplish the desired results. Meddlesome people at home. as well as emigrant agents. ought tc be made - to feel the strong arm of the law, and when this is done, much of the annoyance caused by unreliable labor will be done away with. If the last legislature, instead of making the penalty'kfor breaking contract thirty days on the chain gang, had made it ninety days, such a penalty would go a lon...

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. — 14 June 1904

THE WOMEN'S CLUBS. State Convention To Meet in New berry In Annual Session This Week. The'State Convention of the South Carolina Women's Federated Clubs in annual session this week. Following is an outline program for the meeting: June 14. 6 p. m.-Meeting of executive board at opera house. 6:30 p. m.-Meeting of board of di rectors at opera house. 6 to 7:30 p. m.-Credential commit tee in session at opera house. 9 p. m.-Informal reception to delegates at Aspenwall, the home of Mrs. J. N. Martin. June iS. 9 a. m.-Credential committee in session, Holland ball, college campus. 10 a. m.-Convention called to or der, Holland hall. Prayer. Address of welcome by Dr. George B. Cromer and Mrs. W. K. Sligh. Response by Mrs. Celina E. Means. Reports. I p. m.-Lunch in Smetzler hall, campus. 2 p. m.-Business session. 8:30 P. m.-Report of Mrs. J. R. Vandiver, chairman oi Music depart ment, at opera house. Report of Miss M. E. Waterhouse, chairman of Civics and Forestry. Illustrated lecture on Civic ...

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. — 14 June 1904

JAPANESE JOURNALISM. The Difficulty of Setting Type When 4,ooo Letters Are Used. St. Louis Republic. Eighteen representatives of Japan ese newspapers are in St. Louis. One of them, Mr. Hoshi. editor of a New York Japanese publication, is busy at a little space in the liberal arts building, where he proposes soon to cstablish a Japanese world's jair journal which will deal chiefly with matters concerning Japanese exhibits. ie has to.ooo characters of type on the way here, and the preparations at his space are guarantee of the earnestness of his intention. Side by side with the Japanese articles w'ill be an English translation. Doubt less. this sample of Japanese journa lism will be an int-resting stuldy fo-r visitor to the fair. Though thv press parlimnte has adjourned, it is apropos to remember that Japan for the first time was rep resented at a gathering of the kind. Mr. Harada read a paper on Saturday morning which was a summary of Japan's progress in the publication of newspapers...

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. — 14 June 1904

ANIMALS HEAVILY INSURED. From Monkeys to Elephants Every thing Made the Subject of a Policy. If there is a risk which cannot be insured against nowadays. it is cer tainly not that of any animal's death. From donkeys to race horses. from pigs to the most valuable stock, from monkeys to elephants. everything can be made the subject of a policy. In deed, a whole circus or menagerie %an be insured with as much ease as in the case of an ordinary family. sayz Cassells Journal. Certain offices do little else than "take the lives" of animals. generally farm-yard stock, at rates ranging from about 5 to 7 1-.! per cent. and they transact an enormous bus iness with agricultursts and others. But any specially valuable "life" has to be mainly or wholly in sured at Lloyd's. some of the under writers of which institution will take risks that no other company would look at twice. It is there. in fact, that nearly all the curious "lives" in animal insurance are "taken." In many cases these risks com...

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. — 14 June 1904

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mr. C. J Moore. of Union, is in the '.ity. Mr. J. W. White is in Spartanburg on a business trip. Mrs. E. B. Setzler is visiting rela -tives at Pomaria. Miss Bernice Smith, of the county. as on a visit to friends in Atlanta. Mr. J. S. Wheeler, of Prosperity. was in Newberry on Saturday. Mrs. C. J. Purcell and Miss Nellve! McFall spent yesterday in Coluibia. Mrs. Albert Johnstone, of Ander son, is visiting Mrs. Theo. Johnstone. Miss Frank Holloway returned to her home at Chappells on Friday. Supt. Stuckey, of the city schools,. went to his home at Bishopville last week. Supt.. E. S. Dreher. of the Columbia city schools, was in Newberry last week. Miss Georgie Ashley, of Augusta, Ga., is visiting her sister. Mrs. M. L. Spearman. Messrs. John C. Aull and W. Q. Hipp, of Pomaria, were in Newberry yesterday. Iiss Ellen Workman, who has been -vsiting Miss Sara Pope. has returned !to her home at Kinards....

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 June 1904

TOL. XL. NO7. 91. NEWBERRY4 S. C.. FRIDAY JU"NE 17. 1904 TWICE A WEEK. $1.50 A YEAR HUNDREDS PERISHED BY FIRE ID WITER EXCURSION STEAMER BURN ED TO WATER'S EDGE. One of The Most Appalling Disas ters in The History of New York. New York.June 15.-One of the most appalling disasters in the hstory of New York. fragic in its immensity, dramatic in its episodes and deeply pathetic in'the tender age of most of its victims, took place today in the East River, at the entrance to Long Island Sound, wihin a short distance of the New York shore, within sight of thousands of persons, the majority oft whom were powerless to minimize the extent of the catastrophe. By the burning to the water's edge of the General Slocum, three-decked excursion steamer, the largest in these waters, six hundred persons, the majority of whom were women and children, were burned to death or drowned by jumping overboard or by being thrown into the whirlpools by the lurching. of the vessel and the frantic rush of the pa...

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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. — 17 June 1904

CROMWELL'S HEAD. The Private Property of a Country Squire. London Daily Mail. Cromwell's body. after suffering va rious indignities at the hands of the Royalists, was buried at the foot of the gallows at Tyburn. His head. however, after being above ground for two and a half centuries. now threatens to become the center of a discussion on the desirability or otherwise of a belated interment. Writing to the editor of Truth. "A Colonial and an Imperialist" says: "I suggest that it is time to reverently bury this portion of the remains ot a very great Englishman. and I feel certain that this opinion will be shared by our fellow countrymen and women, as also by Americans." The writer mentions that the head is in the custody of S. F. Wilkinson, of Seal, near Seven-oaks. and Truth. commenting on this. says that if it coul' decided that the head in pos session of Mr. Wilkinson belongcd to the protector the suggestion in the .letter would be supported by the whole English speaking world. The...

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 June 1904

RECORDS FADING. More Testimony as to the Perishable Quality of Modern Ink. New York World. In his newly published book. -For ty Centuries of Ink" (Bank Law inb*ishing c. mpany). David N. Car -:aiho. the handwriting expert. renews 'i, char.e that the public records are hecmg tled away in perishable form. T.: great state and city of New Yf.rk. with costly and magnificent de positories. continue to place in them for safe-keeping valuable records and other ink written instruments which wil! become illegible before the present century comes to an end." Massachusetts has a statute pro viding for the use on public records of an ink approved by an official chen at. :nd Mr. Carvalho led a movement which was unsuccessful in 1894 to secure sua a law in New York. Mr. Car%alho finds the beginnings 4f ink in a very primitive substance. -When the writing art had advanced beyond the stage of stone inscription .and clay tablet. some material for marking with the reed and brush was necessary. It was ...

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 June 1904

E. H. AULL. EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class mattcr. FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1904. The Contract Law. There seems to be a general mis understanding as to the status of the labor contract law as amended by the: last legislature. We have tried on several occasions to explain the law as it now is, but yet it seems not to: be understood. Section 357 of the Code of Laws of 1902 was amended so as to make the penalty for violation of a labor; contract a fine of not less than $5o or not less than 30 days on the ciain gang and also providing that "the prosecution shall be commenced within thirty days after the alleged violation:" and also "that such con tracts shall be valid only between the; original parties thereto. and any at tempted transfer or assignment of any rights 'hereunder shall be null and void." I'hat means that one can not sel; a labor contract to any other person. Another section was also added to the law to be known as section 357a, which reads a...

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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 June 1904

GENFRAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Inlerest Con densed Outside the State. The Illinois democratic state con vention instructed its delegates to the St. Louis convention to vote as a unity for William Randolph Hearst. Three nien were killed and two wounded in a pistol fight on the streets of Brvantsville. Ind., on Tues day. The fight was the' culmination of a family fued. Southern cadets at West Point. who graduated on Wednesday, dis tinguished themselves by carrying off five of the six honors of the class of 1904. S. M. Bain. professor of botany at the University of Tennessee, has been appointed a special agent by the United States government against the boll weevil. It is reported from Washington that Georgia shows a smaller per cent. of child labor than any other southern state, according to the bulletin is sued by H. R. Sewall and Edith R. Harsons, who have compiled a bulle tin on child labor which has been is sued by the census office. Work has been resumed in the mines i...

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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 June 1904

NEW YORK MILLIONAIRES. As They Riot in Materialism-Con tracts of the Great City. New York Letter to Boston Herald 1lAe all great cities, money making. money-made New York is full of these complexities and acute contrasts be tween those who have everything. those who have almost enough and those who have little. and it is not strange what discontent should be so widely spread and that the song of the millionaire, who considers himself .0vertaxed. should have so much of .a wail as the refrain of the poor man -puzzled how to make both ends meet. The materialism of the age has or dained a higher standard of luxury.. Clothes never cost so much: woman's raimern exacts the annual expenditure -of a small fortune. It is the fashion to apologize if a dinner dress is worn wore often than the possessor con -siders advisable, and to cproach those with long purses for appearing habitually in the same gown. The extravagance of the age. the expenditure. all rises to the surface in New York as it do...

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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. — 17 June 1904

THE DOLLAR OF 18o4. One Sold Recently For $2.ooo-Why It Is So Rare. New York Sm: The recem r-- . a specimen o: : : . 4 dllar has arousted a gr -at - among c,,in d -;- A orS as to the exac: -x:.. r: American c. ins T r seem t. be a growing tipo.-ti. to beiv:- that there ar-: rearly :o rinai llars of this date. and th: the specim'.ens now in the handn -: are nothing n.-rv t!:%n re: rike:s. That dies were mad- -r a '. r of thi! year is U1n(iestif.ned lpimon is strongly held that -ere stamped with then The scarcity .f tht lars i' explained generally . w tecirie. First, that the entire I- . t ear was sent to China. and fhzt te t 'ese bearing it ionder: CIrsequently all the dollars of that dit were lost. with the exctptirn of a few kept at the mint. The other theory. which iz more generally accept, :-1 .the irst, is that the who! .utp::' of d 4lrs of of that year were --n: to the Mediterranean aboard a man-of-war to pay off our (oldier- an. -allir. who were -nzaged in the war with Tripoli...

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 June 1904

WOMEN'S FEDERATED CLUBS. The Annual Session of the State Con vention Which is Being Held in Newberry. The Federation of Women's Clubs of South Carolina convened in annual session in illolland hall. on the New berry college campus. on Wednesday morning, the session being called to order at io o'clock by the president, Mrs. Martha Orr Patterson. of Green ville. There were about eighty dele gates at the opening session of the convention, representing clubs in every portion of South Carolina. The convention was opened with prayer by the Rev. G. A. Wright. af ter which a vocal solo .*as beautifully rendered by Mrs. A. P. Johnston. of Anderson. The address of welcome 6n behalf of the college and city was made by Dr. George B. Cromer. and on behalf of the Newberry clubs by Mrs. W. K. Sligh. An eloquent re spopse was made by Mrs. Celina Means, of Union. The greetings of the Geieral Federation were brought by Miss Louise Poppenheim. of Char leston. The reports of the various depart ments sho...

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. — 21 June 1904

. L N ELilD aW TA. VOL. XL. NO. 91. NEWBERRY, S. C., TUESIDAY .TUNE 21 1904 TWICE A WEEK. S1.50 A YEAR The Ca, In Modern Dress G ment shows too other line in dress got ing at ga 50 pieces beautiful Sicillian, only 25c. yd. So pieces Voile, in black quality, the price 25C 50 pieces 45 inch Sicillian, t sheds the dust, worth Sr oo t now 59c. io pieces 5- inch Voile, $1. bargain at price, to-d-ty 89c. io pieces 45-inch Voile. so] buy it now at 99c. 15 pieces 44-inch Novelty I those stylish suits of 1904, w colors, at 39C. Positively these are the gre bargains of 1904. A Cutting of About 65 pieces beautiful stripes and dots, goods that so placed on counter and cut to i Every Shoe and CAS LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE Examination of Books in the Secre tary of States' Office Concluded. Columbia, June i8.-For the past two weeks there has been in the sec retary of state's office an examining committee. consisting of Senator Butler and Representatives Rainsford and Richard. This committee was author...

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. — 21 June 1904

GENFRAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Con - densed Outside the State. A terrible hurricane visited San tiago, Cuba. last week. Forty-five persons are known to have been kill ed and others were reported missing. The entire business section of the town of Norton, Wise county, Va., was destroyed by fire on last Vednes day night, causing a loss of about $i5o.ooo, partially insured. The Norfolk and Western railway has authorized the issuance of $35, ooo,ooo gold bonds for the purpose of laying double tracks and making numerous other improvements. Justice Gaynor. of the supreme court of New York. sitting as a mag istrate in Brooklyn, has handed down an opinion in. which he holds that ganies of professional baseball are illegal on Sunday. N Rev. Decatur Edwards. pastor of the Falmouth Baptist church, of Fredericksburg. Va.. while shooting at cats in his back yard. accidentally shot and mortally wounded Mrs. Lucy Mann. who was standing on her back porch, on adjoining premises. ...

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. — 21 June 1904

WOMEN'S FEDERATED CLUBS. Adjournment Reached on Friday Morning-The Election Of Officers. The annual convention of the Fed eration of Women's Clubs reached ad jourument Friday morning after the election (i officers and.the heads of the various departments. choosing Union as the place of next meeting and adopting resolutions of thanks. The Officers The following officers were chosen to serve for the ensuing year: President-Mrs. W. K. Sligh. of Newberry. First Vice-president-Mrs. A. F. McKissick. of Greenwood. Second Vice-president-Mrs. L. T. I Nichols. of Chester. Recording Secretary-Mrs. J. M. Vis'anska. of Charleston. Corresponding Secretary--Mrs. An drew C. Moore. of Columbia. Treasurer-Miss Varina Brown. of Anderson. Auditor-'Mrs. ,T. Fraser James. of Darlington. Immediately after the election the officers were called forward and in stalled in their respec.tive offices. Mrs. President Sligh. The new president. Mrs. W. K. Sligh. was greeted with hearty ap plause. In a graceful addr...

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. — 21 June 1904

R. H. AULL, EDIToR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 1904. At -. Paul's. It was the pleasure of the editor to worship with the good people of St. Paul's on Sunday and after service to take dinner with the pastor. the Rev. J. A. Sligh. It is always a pleasure 'to go to this community for it brings to memory days that are gone but were pleasant. There have been so many changes, however. that there - is a tinge of sadness in a visit. Mr. Joe Werts a former neighbor and schoolmate and a son of that good physician and the family physi cian in those days. Dr. H. Werts, went with us and being familiar with the people who live in that commun ity now he could locate the old places and the old paths. Many familiar faces of former days are not there now, but the congregation is large and the young people are taking the places of their fathers and the church is not neglected. The old school house is there and has been painted. -Mr. Sligh h...

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. — 21 June 1904

The Greates ...AT N\ Sale starts Wei have just receiv + shipped to any quality and beau + Nainsook. We r + represented. Bargains in Embroider Lot No I.-S-342 yds of Embroid * 5 and 6 yd. lengths, not a yard in th * less than 15c.. 20c. and 25c. Your pile ioc. yd. Lot No. 2.-5,23! yds of Embroide + 5 and 6 yd. lengths, not a yard in tl * less than ioc. and I2I'C., your choi * 5c. yd. Lot No. 3.--A stunner-500 fu Embroidery and -Insertions, bought * the dollar from William Meyer& Co. * way, New York. Not a yard in th * less than 25c.. 35c. and 40c., all bui big counter table. Your choice for x sold to dealers). This will be the g * broidery sale ev.r held in this sectioi * Millinery to go at a song. An3 S offer on any hat or flower in the hc accepted; make hay while the sun E every day. Remember, always be lov goods for cas lMirnoug R. F. D. CARRIERS. carrie: - or in Nw Rules Issued By The Postoffice lectioi Department at Wash- with r ington. liver regula The postoffice authoritie...

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. — 21 June 1904

CATTLE RANCHES FREE. Large Tracts of Land in Nebraska For Homesteaders. "A Nebraska cattle ranch one milc square ab.solutely free" is the offer which the government is preparing to make to.every man or head of a fam ily in the United States. says a special dispatch from Omaha. Neb., to the New York Herald. As there are S. 884,757 of these acres from which a selection may be made any one desir ing to become the possessor of 64o acres of fine grazing land will have no trouble finding a tract which is suited to his taste. This land has recently been opened in these large tracts by the Kincaid bill, which passed congress and was signed by the president on the last day of the recent session, and the law becomes operative on June 26. 1004. On and after that date these 8.84. 757 acres. most of vhich comprise as fine grazing land as there is in the world, will be open to the public as homesteads. As an example of the quality of some of this land there are in Rock couiity 220.302 acres of pu...

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. — 21 June 1904

RAISULI, THE BANDIT. Pen Sketch of Man Who Kidnapped Perdicaris. New York American. He is a gorgeous figure, is Raisuli. the Moorish bandit. whose kidnapping of the distinguished American resi dent in Morocco. Mr. Perdicaris, and his son-in-law. Varley. has caused the United States to send a fleet to the Moorish coast threatening to bom bard the port of Tangier if the sul tan's forces do not rescue the Ameri can prisoner. No famous Othello that you ever saw on the stage could surpass in pic turesqueness of appearance and rich ness of attire, the same swaggering, handsome desperado. Raisuli. Nor did any stage Othello ever more perfectly look the part of Shakespeare's hero than this gentleman marauder. whom I met in the little Cafe des Poses. in Tangier. on a night in January of last year. The night I met Raisuli in the little cafe in the single square where are the French, German. British and Spanish postoffices and banks. the whitestone English hotel Bristol and the booths of the or...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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