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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 21 June 1904

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mr James. C. Duncan is in Colum bia on a visit. Major Robert H. Welch spent Fri day in Newberry. Mr. Joseph E. Norwood spent Sun day in Columbia. Mr. Henry L. Parr went to Fairfield on business yesterday. Miss Sara Scott. oi Whitmire. is visiting Miss Nena Cromer. Mr. F. L. Feagle. of Greenville. spent Sunday in Newberry. Prof. S. J. Derrick spent Saturday in Columbia on business. Mr. Otwey. Salter was in Athens. Ga., recently on business. Editor Clarence L. Browne. of the Barnwell Sentinel. was in Newberry last week. Mr. John Scott is in Chicago at tending the rt-publican national con vention. Mr. Walter Tiedeman. of Charles ton, spent Friday in Newberry with friends. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Connelly. of Ninety Six. are visiting at Mr. S. G. Carter's. The Rev. N. N. Burton filled the Rev. Mr. Bussey's pulpit. in Pelzer, on'Sunday. Mrs. J. W. Davis is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. Roland Lyles. in C...

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. — 24 June 1904

VOL. X-L. NO. 91. NEWBERRY. S. C.. FRIDAY JUNE 24 1904 TWICE A WEEK. $1.50 AYEAR THE STTE CAMAGN OPENED AT SUMTER FIRST MEETING ATTENDED BY ABOUT 200. Railroad Commissioner Garris Now the Only Strte Officer Having Opposition for Reelection. The state campaign for T904 open ed on Tuesday at Sumter. The open ing meeting was attended by about oo persons. all the candidates being present except Mr. Cansler. for rail road cotnmissioner. and Mr. M. P. Tribble. for secretary of state. Mr. Tribble withdrew from the race on Wednesday. his reasons being given in his statement issued to the pre-. and which is published below Only one of the present stat. ot ficers has opposition for re-elect.on. Railroad Commissioner C. W. GZr:i!. This is the first time in the history of the primary system in South Car olina that a candidate for govern7or has had no opposition. The first speaker at the Sumter meeting on Tuesday was Congress man Lever. who has no opposition: He was followed by Governor D. C. He...

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. — 24 June 1904

*GENFIZAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Outside the State. Louisiana has instructed her dele gates to the St. Louis convention to vote for the nomination of Judge Parker. During a heavy thunderstorm in Atlanta on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Ora Bradley. wife of a street car con ductor. was killed by being struck by lightning. It is reported from Washington that President Rosevelt has offered Paul Morton. formerly of Nebraska. but now a business man of Chicago. the position of secretary of th-: navy. Two persons were burned to death and six others injured in a fire that partially destroyed a saloon and boarding house in Cleveland. Ohio. on Monday. Col. Edward Emerson. Jr.. one of the New York World's correspon dents in the far east. has been killed. It is reported that he was shot by retreating Russians. who mistook him for a spy. Adolph Tancob is under arrest at Fort William. Winnipeg. Manito ba. charged with incendarism. HeI has confessed to burning buildings va...

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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. — 24 June 1904

Married by a Woman. Chicago Tribune. "While it is true that a few of my friends know o' my having officiated at a marriage ceremony-since 1 never (id it on the housetops-a few (iet weddings at which I officiated should be noted perhaps to a mildly .i.sprove the usually. acctpted preju (lice against women acting in that ca pacity." says Mrs. Vandelia Thomas, wile of Dr. \\. H. Thomas. of the People's church. who is herself an or dained minister. Mrs. Thomas has had a number ofi .:sn6 -,xp.7inc-s in tying the knot for members of her husband's congre gation. with the amusement not en tirely on her side either. Of her first call to officiate in uniting a loving couple she says: "The Wednesday after the Sabbath I was ordained a party came to the house, asking if I would perform the service for them the next day. 'Oh no.' I said. quite out of my breath. 'I could nut think of it. but Dr. . he will.' "They said they had listened to Dr. Thomas preach. lo. these many years: they loved him: he...

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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. — 24 June 1904

X. H. AULL. EITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New - berry, S. C., as second class matter. - FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1904. Municipal Advertising. That advertising pays is nowadays ---dispited bY WidWdy-provided, of irs, h the idvertising isjidici Aously aanaged. Few businesses can -1 thrive without -newspaper. advertis ing; many cannot exist at all. If the use of newspaper space and the distribution of circulars is of such great value in the enlargement of a commercial business it would seem that these expedients would prove vastly beneficial in building up a modern city. This has been proven by actual ex perience. The citizens of Seattle, Wash., got together some years ago and raised a fund for a "campaign" of newspaper advertising. That is how you came to hear of Seattle. That' is why you know that there is such a place on the map. It is an open secret that Seattle the metropolis of the north Pacific coast--owes its rapid growth primari ly to newspaper advertising. - A city that people ...

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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. — 24 June 1904

REPUBLICANS NAME ROOSEVELT LEADER. (Continued From First Page.) moment's time will single out the hero in the crowd. A flash of light ning .in the night will reveal what years of- davlight have- not discovered to the eye. And so the flash of the Spanish war reveaied that lofty cour age and devotion which the Ameri can beart so loves and which you .hav'e' ret again to decorate and re cognize. Hfs -qtalities do-not need to be retold, for no man in thi exaltet V*rjizc Z;ct!u s-een bettektow' lw 6ery - hetehold in the land. He 0.uot conservative, if conservatism means waiting till- it is too:late.' He is not wise. if wis dom is,-to count a thing a hundred times when once will do. He does not always listen while all the sages speik, but every day at nightfall be holds some record which if not com plete has been at least pursued with conscience and intrepid resolution. A statesmin grappling with the living problems -of the hour he gropes but little in the past. He believes in go ing ahead...

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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. — 24 June 1904

CHINESE FARMER. Willie Lee Sing's Work in Connect icut. Hartford Courant. . Bristol boasts of the only genuine Chinese garden in the state. It is owned by Willie Lee Sing. who came to Bristol thirteen years ago and es tablished a laundry on North Main street. He landed in this country twenty-six years ago, so that he has become pretty well Americanized. He is industrious and, besides making a success of his laundry, has made money raising Chinese vegetables. Willie is married, his wife being German, and the couple have two bright-eyed children who bid fair to be as good business men as the elder Willie. There is not much of a market for Chinese vegetables here. but in Hart ford, New Haven and Waterbury he finds a good market. The Chinese gardens which is visited by a good many people each season. occupies what was intended to be a building lot on Jacobs street. Seven years ago a New York land improvement com pany came to Bristol. bought up a tract of land and sold off the building l...

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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. — 24 June 1904

FAMOUS DUELS. Sensational Combats on the Field of Honor Described. One of the most memorable, a well as one of the most desperat< duels in the annals of France. tool place in Paris during the reign o Henry IV between Lagarde Valoi (a gambler, roue and swashbucklerl and Constant Bezarier, sayz the Bos ton Herald. The former. : abbe< a lad named Chretien. ->m h - had attempted to rob. at a r '::nrant, an< during the melee Bezaric. :: >ried of the young nobleman, pr:ipit:.. him self into the room just .- V. wa making his exit. Dispaci-g a do mestic for a surgeon. Bezarier tol off Chretien's hat, with its rich orstricl plume, and attaching a slip of pape to it. with the words. "Thou thrice accused coward. Valtis. meet me, Be zarier, and wear this hat. if thot ,arest," he sent it by his own servant to Valois' lodgings and then looke( carefully to his swords and dagger and left for the Three Brothers. th residence of his friend Chretien. H had only proceeded, however. as fa...

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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. — 24 June 1904

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Miss Lilla Kibler is visiting iriends in Columbia. Miss J nnie Hallman is visiting friends in Augusta. Miss Gertrude Carwile is visiting friends at Cross Hill. President James A. B. Scherer has returned to Newberry. - Miss Mary Burton is visiting iriends at Winnsboro. Mrs. W. H. Hunt is visiting Mrs. James H. Mcl-itosh in Columbia. Mr. J. K. S. Ray, of Whitmire. was in the city on Wednesday. Miss Louise Coleman. of Saluda, is visiting Miss Mattie Sloan. Miss -Lucy Wright is visiting Miss Lucia Spearman at Silver Street. Miss Mattie Sloan. who has been teaching school in Saluda. is home for vacation. Mr. J. D. Miller. of Abbeville coun ty. is visiting his nephew. Mr. J. F Miller, at Kinards. Mrs. M. J. Moore. and daughter. Miss Rosa Moore. are visiting Miss Meta Jones in Lancaster. Mr. W. C. Byniini. principal of the Georgetown city sehools. is at home for the summer. Viss Janie Lee '. f .\udero1...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 28 June 1904

C1 craWb aaB tus T ANAW ESTABLISHED 1865 NEWBERRY. S. C.. TUESDAY JUNE 28 1903 TWICE A WEEK. $1.50 AYEAR . ALL IBi, * Grand Sale of New Whi Without a doubt we offer * best bargains ever known in I + 25 pcs. White Dotted Swi. * quality, your choice 19c. + 50 pcs. Persian Lawn, the * kind, to go at 16 2-3c. yd. 15 pcs. White Organdie, 50c. kind, to go at 22 1-2c. 25 pcs. White Checked Di 25c. kind, to go at 1Oc. yd. * 50 pcs. White 40-inch Law * kind, to go at 1Oc. *- 1200 pcs. Plain White Lawi * 20c. kind, to go at 1Oc. 1000 pcs. Plain White La and 12 1-2c. kind to go at 7 1 * 48 inch French Lawn at 19 * This is a corker, washable F * 48 inches wide, real value 35c. * 6 to 7 yds. make a dress. 19 Good Shirting Prints; other c you 5c.; Mimnaugh's price 3c * Cotton Toweling 18-in. wide * charge you 5c., Mimnaugh's I * ,Brown Linen 27-in wide, * charge you 15c., Mimnaugh's Ifyou areast $ is, all you have 1 L Mimn NEW COUTY GAVIGN tha UVUAL~ Ul.JJL~LU can SCHEDULE ARRANGED the der 4th CA...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 28 June 1904

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Outside the State. Robert B. Glenn has been nomi nated by the democratic convention for governor of North Carolina. King Edward' of England arrived at Kiel on Saturday morning on a visit to his nephew, Emperor William of Germany. A negro was lynched by negroes at Randolph. Bibb county, Ala., last week. The negro had attacked and killed another negro on account of jealousy. Commander A. G. Kellogg, of the United States navy, fell from a fourth story window in a hotel in Ports mouth, Va., on Thursday night, sus taining injuries from which he died an hour later. It has been brought out during the bankruptcy proceedings against Daniel J. Sully, the cotton king who failed, that he has given a mortgage of $82,ooo on his home in New York. It seems that Sully will have nothing left. A stage was held up near Silver City, Idaho. by a lone bandit with a shotgun. Nine passengers .were forced to alight and give up their valuables. The...

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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. — 28 June 1904

STATE HOUSE DOE IS SAFE, SAYS EXPERT REPORT MADE AFTER CARE FUL EXAMINATION. By Chief Structural Engineer of Sup ervising Architect of Treas ury Department. Following is the text of the "re port on the safety of the construction >f the dome, state house, Columbia, S. C.." made by Mr. Kort Berle, chief structural engineer of the supervis ing architect of the treasury depart ment, who was secured by Governor Heyward to examine the state house dome and to report as to its safety: Washington. D. C.. June 20. 1904. To His Excellency the Governor of South Carolina. Sir: In response to your request, contained in letter of the 14th in ,-tant. that I make an examination of the dome of the state house to de terinine definitely whether conttruc tion of sameis within safe limits. and thereby verify or disprove certain -iarming statements set forth in re port dated June 3, 1904. by Mr. Chas. C. Wilson, architect, to Chairman Marshall of the commission for the completion of the state house, I ...

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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. — 28 June 1904

Sh# Mn ani itPn E. H. AULL, EVITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 1904. The Dome is Safe. At least this is the report of Mr. Berle, the chief structural engineer of the supervising architect of the treasurey department. at Washing ton. He says that "the conclusion to which I come in regard to Mr. Wilson's report is that, aside from his own uncertain standpoint, there is absolutely no foundation for the statement that the girders are ser iously overloaded." This would seem. to be strong enough. and yet he says Mr. Wilson's calculations were based on a wrong measurement of the work as shown-by th'e shop de tail drawings and by actual measure ment of the work in pl'ace as it stands in the capitol. We cannot understand why Mr. Wilson would base his calculations on wrong nieasurements when he had the drawings before him and the wbrk and sizes before him in the tnfilding itself. We can see no reason for this, It ii I source of gra...

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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. — 28 June 1904

WILE *GL t tA $500. . We . .. or the holdt . . .4 ,= Heave Cur - a without arg can prove t Reference: FI Or an: LARGE SHIF SUMME HAYES WILL HANG. NO' Supreme Court Has Denied Oconee N< Wife Murderer New Trial. appl: The State. berr Unless Governor Heyward inter- of J venes with pardon Hoyt Hayes, lette convicted before Judge Dantzler as a at- Walhalla last November estal of the murder of his young wife on R. N the 26th of the preceding April, will hang this summer, the supreme court June having refused his appeal for a new trial. The decision was handed down yesterday affirming the judg ment of the lower court. Hayes will , be resentenced to hang at Walhalla iapa on the 11th of next month. The cor- mon oner's jury at first exonerated the eigh liusband, the suicide theory having been accepted, but her relatives be came suspicious and employed coun sel and reopened the case. The first trial in July after the killing in April resulted in a mistrial. Hayes had been married to the wom...

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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. — 28 June 1904

OUR GUNNERS. How They Are Selected and Trained in the Navy. "it is only half the work to arm and equip ships with the most improved guns and sights; they must also have a highly trained personnel capable of manipulating guns. turrets and torpe does," writes Lieutenant Commander Cleaves in the June World's Work. When China found herself arrayed against Japan she offered $5oo cash per month for skilled gun pointers, but in all navies all great gun pointers are trained, not bought, and when the fight is on it is too late for instruc tion. How does a man become an expert gunner? Diligent drill and constant training are not enough without a cer tain amount of natural aptitude. One -man after another is tried. A few ,days drill in the turret eliminates all except the fairly promising. For the talent of eye and nerve which marks the born gun pointer the government pays from $2 to $io a month in addi tion to the regular pay. The premium is not confined to any race, creed or color. On one ve...

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. — 28 June 1904

A MURDERER'S STORY. Confession of a Negro Who Was Hanged in Newberry Many Years Ago. Following is the confession of Wil liam R. Thompson. made February 14th, 1876. in regard to the killing of Mr. Reed, and robbing and burning the store. at Pomaria, Newberry county, South Carolina, on the night of December 24th. 1875. It was fur nished The Herald and News by a gentleman of Pomaria who perserved one of the copies printed - at . that tine: On Thursday the 23rd of Dec. 1875, I, William R. Thompson and Alf Roof talked at the depot about killing Mr. Reed and robbing the store. And we went there Thurs day night to carry it through. but some one stayed in the store all night with Mr. Reed. and that pre vented it. Friday evening we went down to the depot, or at least Alf Roof did, sometime after dinner, and I went down afterwards to mail a letter, about train time. ' I found Alf Roof down there at the depot. He said "Everything.is all right." He said we would get him (Mr. Reed) to night betw...

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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. — 28 June 1904

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mr. L. M. Speers spent Friday in C0li4bia. - Miss Pauline Sligh is visiting Miss Massie Williams at Clinton. Mr. H. T. Renwick left on Satur day for a visit to Simpsonville. Miss Lucy Speers is visiting friends in A&en. Mr.' C. C. Davis went to Atlanta on Saturday on a business trip. Mrs.~A. T.. Brown has returned from Glenn Springs. Miss Bessie Schumpert returned on Saturday from New York. Mrs. J. T. Smith left on Saturday for her home in Charlottee. Mr. C. E. Bell, of Augusta, spent Sunday in Newberry. Miss Ellen Smith, of Kinards. spent Sunda) in Newberry. Mr. Im. Bryant, of Orangeburg, is visiting friends in this city. Miss Pauline Martin, of Green wood, is visiting friends in this city. 'Mr. H. L. Odiorne. of Charleston. is in Newberry. Miss Verna Summer is visiting the family of Mr. T. C. Cromer at Clin ton. Mr. S. H. Stanland, of Sumter. spent yesterday morning in New berry. Miss Lizz...

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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. — 1 July 1904

ESTABLISHED 1965 NEWBERRY. S. C.. FRIDAY JULY" 1. 1903 TWICE A WEEK $1.50 A YEAR THE NEWBERRY OF THE DAYS THAT ARE PASI INTERESTING LETTER FROM TEXAS. Judge Crosson Writes of the Days of His Boyhood and Manhood Spent in Newberry. Woodville, Texas. 'Days of my youth, ye have glided away: Hairs of my youth, ye are frosted and gray; Eyes of my youth, your keen sight is no more; Cheeks of my youth, ye are furrowed all o'er; Strength of my youth, all your vigor is gone; Thoughts of my youth, your gay visions are flown.. Days of my age, ye will shortly be past: Pains of my age, yet awhile you can last: Joys of my age, in true wisdom de light; Eyes of my age, be religion your light; Thoughts of my age, dread ye not the cold sod: Hopes of my age, be ye fixed on your God." I was feeble when in Houston and hence did iot write to you. but since my return to this place I am in the condition of an old hard-shell preach er friend of mine when he said to me, "I'm hearty as brandy, but not so well ...

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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. — 1 July 1904

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Outside the State. It is reported that no tickets to the democratic national convention. which meets in St. Louis on July 6. will be on salh. The delegates will be assigned three each. besides their own. for distribution. Judge Osceola Kyle. of Decat-tr. Ala.. has been appointed by Presi ,dent Roosevelt one of the federal judges of the Panama Canal Zone. Judge Kyle is a life-long southern democrat. The third annual summer school for the south opened at Knoxville on Tuesday and will continue through to August 15. The aggre gate attendance is expected to reach 1,500 to 2.ooo. Among the lecturers for this week is President Snyder. of Wofford college. The Middle Atlantic States Bill -Posters and Distributors' association 'was organized at Richmond. Va.. on Monday. There were 22 delegates present. representing more than one hundred citie- in six states, including North and South Carolina. Thieves in Houston, Texas, on Monday n...

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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. — 1 July 1904

MOCHA COFFEE. Most of it Taken By the Sheiks and Governors of Arabia. New Orleans Times-Democrat. "I don't believe there is a pound of genuine Mocha coffee on this conti nent," a coffee merchant informs me, ".or that 200 people in the -country have ever tasted it unless they have at some time visited Arabia and drunk it at the table of some sheik or governor. "The true Mocha is the finest cof fee grown. It has a delicious flavor that makes it as superior to the very best of other brands as silk is super ior to cotton, but the crop is extreme ly limited .and hardly ever m6re than satisfies purely local demands. Some Arabian coffee may find its way to this country. it may 'even be called Mocha. but it is not the real article., I am sure, and none of us have ever had it here, though we do get the best of other brands that are grown in Ceylon and Java. and that means some mighty fine coffee. It is not Mocha, however, for the whole of the Mocha crop each year wouldn't supply the coffee d...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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