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

MUNATION DOES NT WORRY PARKER HE IS LEADING A VERY QUIET LIFE. Speat Yesterday With His Family And Immediate Friends And With No One Else. Special to Herald and News. Eopus, N. Y., July 7.-Judge Alton B. Parker is today leading the most quiet and retired private life of any public man in America. He is seeing nobody except the members of his family and one or two personal friends. Judge Parker rose at the usual hour this morning, but fearing a repeti tion of yesterday's experience. when he was almost photagraphed, he went to the river earlier than usual, and at 7 oclock, when several visitors reach ed the dock, he had finished his plunge and was dressing for break fast. PARKER A WINNER. His Nomination Assured On The First Ballot Convention Hall, St. Louis. July 6, ,3 p. m.-Everything now indicates Parker's nomination on first ballot. The opposition is without head or organization. If there were any head to the orgasization Parker might be defeated by some one who would arouse enthus...

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. — 12 July 1904

VO0L. X L. -N,. 0. EAVBERPRY, S. C.. TUE'STx -%ILY . 1904 TWICE A WEEK. S1.50A YEAR TILLIAN INJURED IN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT SPRAINED ANKLE AND WAS SLIGHTLY BRUISED. Was Riding in Automobile inSt. Louis With Senator Bailey, Of Texas. St. L . July ii.-\Vith a crah which wa- heard for several blocks. an automobile in which Senator Benjamin R. Tillnan. of S,uth Carolina. and Senator Bailey. of Texas. were riding yesterday, collided with a Jefferson avenue electric car. Senator Tillman had his ankle bad ly sprained and was otherwise slight ly irjured. The chaffeur sustained severe injuries. None of the other passengers on the car was injured. Another Account. St. Louis. July ii.-An automobile. in which Senator Tillman. of South Carolina and Senator J. WV. Bailey. of Texas. were riding last night collid ed with a Jefferson avenue street car and both senators were thrown into the street but neither was seriously injured. Senator ' illian suffered a sprained ankle and Senator Bailey was brui...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 12 July 1904

Vermont.-Parker 8. Virginia-Parker 24. Washington-Hearst 10. West Virginia-Parker 10; Hearst 2; Gorman 2. Wisconsin-Wall 26. Wyoming-Hearst 6. Alaska-Parker 6. Arizona-Hearst 6. District of Columbia-Parker 6. Indian Territory-Parker 5; Hearst 1. New Mexico-Hearst 6. Hawaii-Hearst 6. Oklahoma-Parker 2; Hearst 2; McClellan i; Olney i. Puerto Rico-Parker 2; Hearst 4. Nominations Called For. When the convention met last night the report of the committee on reso lutions, submitting a unanimous re port on platform was read by Sena tor John W. Daniels, of Virginia. and the platform was unanimously adopt ed. (The platform appears else where). The nominations for a presiden tial candidate were then called for. Alabama yielded to New York, and the Hon. Martin W. Littleton, of New York, placed the name of Judge Park er before the convention in one of the most eloquent speeches ever heard in a national convention. Parker Nominated. Mr. Littleton. in placing Jud%e Par ker's name before the conve...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 12 July 1904

cherishing their fraternity, peace and orderly developement. They remind us of our duties and responsibilities as citizens and impress upon us, partic ularly at this time, the necessity of re form and the rescue of the administra tion of government from the head strong. arbitrary and spasmodic meth ods which distract business by uncer tainty and pervade the public mind with dread, distrust and perturbation. Fundamental Principles. i. The application of thes^e furda mental principles to the living issues of the day is the first step toward the assured peace. safety and progress of our nation. Freedom of the press. of conscience and of speech: equality be fore the law of all citiz-ns: right of trial by jury: freedom of the person defended by the writ of habeas cor pus: liberty of personal contract un trammeled by sumptuary laws: su preniacy of the civil over military au thority: a well.disciplined militia: the separation of church and state: econo my in expenditures: low taxes: that l...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 12 July 1904

E. H. AULL. EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. TUESDAY, JULY 12, 1904. Parker and Davis. The democratic ticket, put out by the national democratic convention in sessiot. inl St. Louis last week. is Alton Brooks Parker, of New York, for president, and Henry G. Davis, of West Virginia, for vice-president. It is a go:d ticket, and the democrats -have bright prospects to win in the approaching presidential election. For some time there has been little doubt of Judge Parker's nomina tion for the presidency. The Parker wave had swept from one end of the country to the other and the conven tion, in making the nomination, but ratified the choice of the democrats throughout the country. Davis, who was nominated for vice president. is little known. but his nomination on first ballot is an evi dence of the confidence which the nat ional congress of his party reposed in him. He is a former United States senator from hi; state. We prophesied Judge Park...

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. — 12 July 1904

A Pleasant Day. The barbecue at Halfacre's mill on Saturday. furnished by J. D. H. Kibler and D. E. Haliacre was a good one and the day was pleasantly spent by the good people of this section. This is an ideal place for a 'cue. A spring of good water and plenty of shade. "liss Blinks." said the impatient young man. "for three months I have waited ior an answer. and you still keep putting me off." "Are vou certain y,-1 love me. Freddie?" "Love vou? Why. I c-_ild die for vout. "And should I tell '.- that there was an obstacle in the way of our marriage could yu. wait for ten or fifteen years. though withot a defi nite promise to marry yon at the end of that time?" "With the possibilities oi winning YoU I could wait forever if I were to receive the faintest ray of hope." "All ight. 're-lie. You Just wait around. and if I 'don't land some thing better I will probably marry you as a last resort." BT ATEJMETT. Of the condition of The Commercial Bank of Newberry, S. C., at the close of bus...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 12 July 1904

PARKER AND DAVIS DEMOCRATIC TICKET (Continued From Third Page.) the opposition of almost all the re publican leaders by a vote the major ity of which was democratic. We call attention to this great dem ocratic measure, broad and compre hensive as it is, working automaticall) throughout all time without furthei action of congress. until the reclama tion is accomplished, recovering the lands reclaimed for homeseekers ir small tracts and rigidly guarding against land monopoly, as an evidencc of the policy of domestic developmeni contemplated by the democratic par ty, should it be placed in power. Isthmian Canal. The democracy, when entrusted with power. will construct the Pana ma canal, speedily, honestly and economically; thereby giving our peo ple what democrats have always con tended for-a great inter-oceanic canal, furnishing shorter and cheapei lines of transportation and broadei and less trammelled trade relation! with the other peoples of the world. We pledge our selves to insis...

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. — 12 July 1904

INSTINCT SAVES FROM DEATH Few Animals Will Eat Poisonous Food Unless Well Dis guised. That animals of every species can detect poison in food is a well known fact. Disguised though it may be, the deleterious matter is discovered and instantly rejected unless disguised by artifical means. As a rule dumb 'brutes seem to have very little sense of taste upon the palate. But carniv orous animals have a kind of "half way" sense between taste and stom .acheache which very soon tells them when they have taken poison or any thing likely to disagree with them, and nature has kindly arranged that they can get rid of it by the throat with very great ease. Wolves, tigers. leopards and all other carnivora are difficult to poison because of the power which they have of rapidly getting rid of -the drug. Lions, on the other hand. are very fre quently poisoned. as they eat vora ciously and quickly, more like a dog than the other large felidae. It is said that a good many lion skins. es pecially those...

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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. — 12 July 1904

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mrs. T. C. Pool left last week for a stay in Asheville. Miss Agnes Summer is spending several days at Glenn Springs. Miss Leila Fulmer went to Colum bia yesterday afternoon. Miss Sallie Mae Burton has gone to Batesburg on a visit. Miss Maggie Hutchinson is visiting friends in Saluda county. Miss Marie Summer is on an ex tended visit to Wkaynesboro. Miss Carrie Pool left on Saturday for a visit to friends in Greenville. Miss Minnie Todd has returned from a visit to rel:,tives in Atlanta. Mrs. Weeks and Miss Gordon Weeks left on Saturday for a visit to Charlottesville. Va. Mrs. Joseph E. Norwood and child-. reti have gone to Pulaski, Va.. to spend the summer with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Jones and Mrs. Holbrook left on Saturday for a stay at the Isle of Palms. Miss Gertrude Carwile has returned from a pleasant visit to Harris Springs and Cross Hill. Masters Claud and Julian Wertz, of Liberty...

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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. — 15 July 1904

CPcraW VOL. XL. NO. 58. NEWBERRY. S. C.. FRIDAY JULY 1.5. 1904 TWICE A WEEK. $1.50A YEAR JOHN TEMPLE GRAVES TO FELLOW EDITORS. ANNUAL ADDRESS TO PRESS ASSOCIATION. It Was Delivered at White Stone Lithia Springs Last Night By The Brilliant Editor of the Atlanta News. White Stone Lithia Springs. July 14.-There is perhaps no more grace ful writer in the south today than Mr. John Temple Graves. of the Atlanta News. He delivered the annual ad dress before the South Carolina State Press association, in session here, last night. It had been proposed to have the address from Mr. Graves tonight, but he had found that it would be im possible for him to be present to night, and hence the change. The meeting this year is largely at tended and is one of the most suc cessful in the history of the associa tion. A number of new members have joined the association at this meeting. The annual banquet will be served tonight. This afternoon the associa tica will visit Union. a special train having been...

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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. — 15 July 1904

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Outside of The State. Most of the Fall River. Mass.. cot ton mills have resumed operations after a ten days' shut down. The op eratives. it is reported. of whom there are more than 25.ooo in the cloth mills. are restless over the situation. They have sustained a loss in wages during the spring and summer amounting to a reduction of forty per cent. The textile unions expect a revision in wages will be made which will be a reduction of at least ten per cent. Henry P. Williams one of the most popular citizens of Cleveland. Miss.. was shot and killed on Main street on Monday by James S. Wakefield. Williams was accompanied by his wife when the tragedy occurred. The killing resulted from a trivial affair. Dr. Edwin A. Alderman. president of Tulane university. New Orleans. has accepted the presidency of the University of Virginia. Fire in Covington. Ga.. late Satur day night resulted in the destruction of property amounting to $...

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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. — 15 July 1904

Commenced Business f ECUREU I PoGRE THEPACIFICM - OFAUFO 5 - ROBERT NORRIS, General Agent, BRYAN WILL VOTE TICKET. He Prefers Parker To Roosevelt, But That Is About All. Lincoln. Neb.. July 13.-W1m. J. Bryan today gave out the following statement: -I shall vote for Parker and Davis, the nominees of the democratic na tional convention, and shall do so for the following reasons: "First, because the Democratic tick et stands for opposition to imperial ism, while the republican ticket stands for an imperialistic policy. On this <question, which was the paramount issue in igoo, and which must remain an important issue so long as an at tempt is made to hold colonies under the American flag-on this issue the convention was unanimous, the plat- I form emphatic and I have no doubt that the candidate will carry out the I platform. "Second, Mr. Roosevelt is injecting the race issue into American politics and this issue. if it becomes national, will make it impossible to consider economic qu...

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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. — 15 July 1904

Utg aud aul !m R. H. AULL. EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C.. as second class matter. FRIDAY, JULY IS, 1904. Editorial Correspondence. White Stone Springs. S. C.. July 13. igo4.-The South Carolina State Press association met here this morn ing in its roth annual session. The attendance is good, about sixty mem bers being present. The address of \velcome on behalf of the proprietor of the hotel. Mr. A. Stanley Stanford. was delivered by Capt. Charles Petty. of the Spartan burg "Spartan." Capt. Petty. after speaking of the welcome which the members already knew that they had. addressed the association on the im portance and responsibility of the editors. holding up before the mem bers an ideal to the attainment of which all of us may well strive. The response on behalf of the members was made by President Aull. The association then got down to business and after the appointment oi the committee on program. Pres ident Aull submitted his annual re port. He referred t...

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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. — 15 July 1904

ANT VS. WEEVIL. Pest In Texas Cotton Fields Being Destroyed By Guatemalan Ants. Washington, July .-The effec tiveness of the Guatemalan ants in checking the ravages of the boll wee vil in the cotton fields has been test ed and 'Mr. Cook, the expert of the department of agriculture, in a tele gram to Secretary Wilson, announces that the ants promptly destroyed the weevils and the Texas red ants as well. The telegram which was the subject of great satisfaction to both Secretary Wilson and Dr. Galloway, the chief of the bureau of plant in dustry, is dated Victoria. Texas, and is as follows: "After four weeks of captivity and of sugar diet the Guatemalan ants promptly destroyed the Texas boll weevils; also the Texas red ants. the harmful species which it was feared they might resemble." When a native lady enters a Japa nese railway carriage she slips her feet from her tiny shoes. stands upon the saet, and then sits demurely with her feet doubled beheath her. A mo ment later she lights a...

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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. — 15 July 1904

PLAN TO UTILIZE NOISES. Have Them All Properly Attuned to Each Other and Made Agreeable. Chicage Tribune. The proposition of Mrs. Amelia "Holbrook before the Professional 'Woman's 1.eague that children should be taught not to scream off the key. but that mothers should carry a tun ing fork and give them the proper note. o , if there are several of them. thev should be taught to cry in uni son, is not. to acoustic experts. a pre posterous proposition. "We know little of the laws and properties of sound and what might be (lone with discordant and unrelated noises." says Mr. Kitchings,. who makes acoustic apparatus ior instruc tion in physics. "Take a tuning fork of large size and set it vibrating. and one in the same key across the room will soon give out the same sound. The <isagreeable noises of a city-the roar of wagons. street cars. the 'U road. the cries of peddlers-might. if prop erly attuned to each other be ren dered agreeable instead of discordant and a nuisance. A municip...

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. — 15 July 1904

A Pretty Strong Yarn. Chicago Inter-Ocean. A group of politicians were dis cussing the platform that should be adopted by the convention when Sen ator Depew. of New York, turned to Governor Carter, of Hawaii. "Governor, we haven't heard from you on 'this subject. What are your views?" queried Senator Depew. "I haven't any," replied the gov ernor of Hawaii. "WVhat. A good republican and no views on the platform? Why, what do you expect your constituents to say?" "Don't make any difference to them. We'll have a platform of our own. You know, you people were fighting on free silver four ycars ago. Know what the political plank in our opponent's platform was?" "What?" all queried. "Cremation. The democrats had an idea that they could win on that Hawaii has a horror for cremation. Well, our opponents made the cry the republicans were in favor of cre mation. The fight was a warm one. The tariff was forgotten and free sil ver was unheard of. It was crema tion. Are you in favor of cremation...

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. — 15 July 1904

REEDY RIVER ASSOCIATION. 'The Union Meeting To Be Held at Bush River Church. The meeting of the Reedy River Baptist Union will be held at Bush River church July 30-31. The meeting was first announced to be held May .28-2, but was necessarily postponed. Following is the program for the meeting: Saturday's Session. 10 a. m., Meeting called to order by the moderator. D.evotional exercises by Rev. George A. Wright. I4eal relation of pastor and dea cons-E. H. Longshore. J. M. Work man. J. R. Spearman. The pastor in the pulpit-Hogan Goggans, Rev. L. W. Swope. Introductory sermon. Mat. 18:7 Rev. N. N. Burton. Recess to 1:30 p. m.-Dinner on the -grounds. Pastor in his study-Rev. G. A. Wright. % Benefit of Woman's Missionary and Aid societies-R. Y. Leavell and Rev. J. H. Pearcy. The pastor as an example of ben eficence-J. M. Suber, Rev. N. N. Burton. Appointment of committee on time and place of next meeting. Sunday's Session. 10 a. m., Song service conducted by Rev. George A. Wright. The re...

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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. — 19 July 1904

t et olDan 4tas VOL. XL. NO. 59. NEWBERRY. S. C.. TUESDAY -JULY 19. 1904 TWICE A WEEK. $1.50A YEAR Big S + TAnd NE The people are wi' of quality, selection This big sale is the i just now in the mid, + A Big Corset * Models for every figure-the dium and extra long waisted fitted here. + 5o doz. corsets worth 49c., fol S 50 " " 65&75c..f 50 " " " $1.00, $1.1 this big sale 89c. * A Big Embroide * When Mimnaugh says E:nl all know what it means We nesday morning about 200 full + and Swiss Embroidery, not a y * less than 20, 25 and 35c. vd.. entire lot for ioc. yd. + Sale of Fine Ri We place on sale 3,ooo p-S shades and black and white: them for less than 2oc. yd., a holds out ioc vd. Mimr EWBERRY OF THE - DAYS THAT ARE PAST V h !I( LETTER FROM[ FORMER NEW- 1 BERRIAN, NOW IN TEXAS. J The Renwicks and Others Who Made t Newberry Great and Honored- e An Interesting Letter. % g Woodville. Texas "'The solemn League and Covenant Cost Scotland blood and Scotland tears: But it secured fair f...

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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. — 19 July 1904

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Outside of The State. . In the great meat packers' strike there was some rioting in the Chica go stock yards on last Thursday night and one man was shot in the left shoulder by the >olice but was not fatally injured. The Mormons have purchased sub stantial buildings in Chattanooga. Tenn., for the permanent establish ment of headquarters for the Mormon church in the south. These head quarters are moved from Atlanta. Mr. George S. Abbott, of Asheville. N. C., widow of the aged junk dealer whose dead body was recently found in Brooklyn. has gone to that place to lay claim to a fortune of $ioo,ooo alleged to have been left by the aged junk dealer. The Buffalo Flyer. on the Pennsyl vania railroad. en route from Atlantic City, with three car loads of Shriners. was wrecked on Saturday. colliding with a fast freight in a fog. Two trainmen were killed and four in jured. Ion Perdicaris. who was held in cap tivity by Morocco band...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 19 July 1904

THE GUATEMALAN ANTS. Eighty-Nine Colonies To Be Taken To Texas. Washington Star. Eighty-nine colonies of the boll veevil-killing Guatemalan ants have arrived at New Orleans under the care of Dr. 0. F. Cook, tropical boto nist of the department of agriculture, who discrvered them, and are to be set at work at once in Texas. They are said to be harmless creatures, save to boll we.vils. will eat from the hand and otherwise behave themselves with decorum. These now famous ants were acci dentally found by Dr. Cook during his travels in Guatemala. He had been sent there by the department of agriculture to make a study of the rubber industry, when he discovered cotton growing luxuriantly despite the presence of the devasating weevil. He thought the variety of the cotton immune to the insect, but after con siderable study learned that such was not the case. but that the weevils were killed by myriads of ants which inhabited the cotton fields. The ants are fond of the juices within the heart...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
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