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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 19 July 1904

Ski; Sm~A 14- XWOr E. H. AULL. EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. TUESDAY, JULY 19, 1904. The press association spent a cou ple hours in the thriving and progres sive city of Union on last Thursday afternoon. The Chamber of Com merce and the mayor and other citi zens united to extend the invitation and provided a special train to bring the association from White Stone to Union and return. We were driveii over the city and given every atten tion. This is mentioned to c,ommend the spirit of progressiveness which actuates the young business men of this city. Anything that will promote the general welfare of the city ha their united support. As a result of this spirit of united effort Union has grown from a small village of ten years ago. as some one remarked that seem-d completed, to a thriving and prosperous city of some 8.ooo or io.ooo souls. with large and prosperous mills on every side. They are now building a railroad which will connect ...

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. — 19 July 1904

NEWBERRY OF THE DAYS THAT ARE PAST (Continued From First Page.) spirited young men and handsome young ladies riding together (and doubtless discoursing of a love differ ent from that the preacher tells thei of). \Ve also observe Colonel Renwick. devoted to his mother, who had been blinded severa! years prior to her death. leading her gently from his carriage across the green grass and up the rock steps into the old church: he neatly dressed and she in black. He takes her tenderly to a seat near the pulpit and then he goes to his duties with the session. Good man! Dr. J. A. Renwick. elder brother -f Colonel Renwick. was a courteous. cordial and entertaining man of fne sense and. like many others, had a habit of having a good opinion of himselIf (justly). He clung to his habits and epecially this one. He was as celebrate4 a physician as any (ne in the c-untv. His mind was on his practice and business. Hence he became wealthy and left a nice es tate to his only heir. his brother. Scott...

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. — 19 July 1904

SULTAN'S JEWELS. Are Priceless and His Throne Alone' is Worth $2o,ooo.ooo. Washington Times. A party of American tourists saw the jewels in the sultan's treasury re cendy. The royal throne of Persia, captured by the Turks in 1514, about half the size of an ordinary bedstead, and the footstool accompanying it, were covered with beaten fine gold. and the entire surface of each was thickly studded with precious jewels, chiefly diamonds, emeralds and sap phires. There were also some pearls. rubies and other minor precious stones. The estimated value of this throne and accompaniments alone is $20,000,000. The turbans. official paraphernalia and arms of the former sultan are al so there, glittering with enormous precious jewels of every kind in every part. The throne of Suleiman II is also there, resplendent with the most valuable of precious jewels. There is also a writing desk, or se cretary, of ordinary size of the same character, and hundreds on hundreds' of other minor objects. 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. — 19 July 1904

AUTOS IN DEATH VALLEY. Machine Does Duty Where Mules Cannot Live. The substitution of automobiles for mule power in the Death Valley of California. from whence comes borax. is the latest field for the power-driv en machine. The utility of the auto mobile in new fields is contin:ally ex panding. and following its use on the city streets and in the great agricul tural districts of the west. where it is used for ploughing. comes its adop tion for work on the desert of Utah and in the famous Death Valley. In the great borax districts of the deserts of Utah the automobile has been substituted for mule power. Men and horses alike have perished there from thirst, heat an'd deadly yellow dust in which they were enveloped by the wind storms. Yet those deserts must be traversed. for salts. especially borax, must be transported to the eastward. The mule was fo-nd to be the only animal that could drag cars of ore across these ve,stern deserts. and the mule team has been developed to its greates...

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. — 19 July 1904

COL. P. C. SMITH SHOT. Seiously Wounded on Friday By Mr. T. J. Davenport-Resting Well Last Night. Col P. Clark Smith. of Indepen <enee, this county. was shot and ser iously, though not necessarily fatally wovnded, on Friday morning by Mr. T. J Davenport. of Belfast. also this county. The two gentlemen are :among the most prominent planters in the county and the affair has been very generally deplored. Reports from Mr. Smith's bedside yesterday afternoon stated that he was in much bcttgr condition than at any time since the .,ffair occurred. and the doctors ex pressed much confidence. Only one -sh#L was fired, from a 38-calibre re volver, the bullet penetrating Mr.I Smith's body above the. right nipple. Soon after the shooting Mr. Daven port came to the city and surrendered himself to the authorities. His bond was fixed in tht. sum o; $.;.ooo. and it was --igned by Messrs. James Mclii tosh, M. A. Carlisle. H1. L. Parr. N. B. Johnson, and M. Q. Chappell. and Mr. Davenport r-:turned...

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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. — 22 July 1904

?VIA L~ I ~VOL. -N I \ NN . T.- 11 ~ i!I~V IT IE \WE.S 5AYN STATE CMPAIGNI N NEWBERRY YESTERDAY RAILROAD COMISSIONERS HELD THE BOARDS. About Five Hundred Voters Attend ed the Meeting. Which Was Held in Court House. \h-n :ve hundred of th -voters of Newh1erry c. unty e ard the candidat.e f.:- st,te onice hee ye :L. The m1eeting Was held in the court house and there was good attentiin through out. Only the candidate, for railroad co1mssioner and one of the candi dazes for solicitor ..; IhI circuit de 'ivered addresses and there was very little enthusiam. hut each of the can didates was given appla.se at the close of his address. There were no featr rs in the meet ing. Every manl felt (iual:;ed for the ofince which he sought. t.id what he would do if el:cted and asked the votes *f the people of Newberry county. That was aho t al there was to the meeting. County Chairman S. S. Cunning ham presided. Major J. H. Earle. Major J. 11. Earle. of Greenville. led off for the candidates for rail...

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. — 22 July 1904

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Con . densed Outside of The State. . Frank Satterwhite. a farmer of Princess Anne County, Va.. crazed by jaiousy. attacked his wife with a -ronkcv wrench on Friday night and battered her skull into a pulp. He then fled. carrying his two-year-old child with him and tinally throwing it into a neighbor's yard. Sampson Flournoy. a negro. iired with a shot Q.n on folir 1!. 1e' all white, at Alexander. near Waynesboro. Ga.. on Saturday after noon, killing two of them and mor tally wounding a third. The negro had had a quarrel over a trivial mat ter with one of the party. He es caped and blood-hounds were put on his track. Jack O'Brien and Bob Fitzsimmong fought a fast six-round bout in Phil adelphia on Saturday. When the gong announced the close both men were on their feet. but were very badly burised. August to has been iixed as the date for the formal notification to Judge Parker of his nomination for the presidency. The ceremony will t...

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. — 22 July 1904

MR. AIKEN'S SPEECH. A Strong and Clear Contrast of the Principles of the Republican and Democratic Parties. Following i- a fill] rep,.rt of the ad mirable spe-:ch delivered by Con grtssnan Wyatt Aiken at the cam paign meeti.g at Ander-on on WVd nesdav. Mr. Chairman: It is with pleas ure that I return to volu. my fellow citizens. t thank you f,,r the honor conferred upon me. You are the ar biters of my -fficial conduct. and it is for you to say whether or not I have served you satisfactorily. That I have served vou faithfully and con scientiously I have the answer of an approving conscience: but is is up to vou to say whether or not this ser vice has been acceptable. and whether our compact shall be renewed. In the language of Dickens. I as sure you "Bakiius is willing." I wish to subserve the best interests of my people in all things. even to the ex tent of accepting renomination. 13 fore touching on such questions as are before the political parties today I ask your indulgence whil...

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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. — 22 July 1904

E. H. AU!i.. t-D:TOP Entered at the Postof:ice at New berry. S. C.. as eccnd c:aa mauer. TUESDAY, JULY zS. The Sa-da Railroad. p''"e : at;r.'a'! line ii- \. vi thutue .\rcm re.r l. i a::h r y i!. n .uit w .-:: c: rr I . - : thI . ca p-n -u e it Iii t- S1 \%~-:,Iilc :'!1 inel matter :- w:ln ti:'-'' Newbe)trry. :it an~ ''>l'r which eani mOre than :mien i which ha be'n . ' :it , :: -:- I S O... .C-' and it s r .atter Onw zen at \.t wher Kng. N e td 1 16 !ce i 1 e't,* 1 aern . u sai:i:tr lit XV :t. hahad a:in ei'4y. Back to the- Far:---.. r:bae neSii:h mtt-a -atur in farer~ ru..y, it:ee rti,g t: he e t crowd :h p. *h ':. mh,1!ack to e arm.e th e fI; nv: Ct ret ur '' e -(-el co-'''.'rth b Vn t-. p- ::ee a < eglre. \ -hcr a cv: ::'- a''tt chem:.-rB and, elcre :J' to ht c mv and wv.m-mIt".-Iea - limx:ke the rp . - t&.rm eite ele a . n n ! ra,12 *. *-ir '~1 - the tar:: :n 2:m t"lneemm 'litoymen't' r,he Ianwe:h aT 10"nn e'ee," :: e h r '>L pendence."' ha' Ie.e m::ny men xfrCm ot...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 22 July 1904

DEMOCRATIC ORATORS. Tillman and Other South Carolinians To Take the Stump. A-Tb<ini mur1%. 1 e1 1 11 i ". V ee rT vv I v Il a' lX - - i n e T - 'c.e b-- a:he 7CP' c'I I I! : a , *\ r re ! r \ T!,!s feh eoe *re .at-r e4bI>(vi oh gr - T 'sle:. Re abrie Pin oam ?resvpna 4M * secal ttnta * arx compaun **e:l''lpa a - t . na- n *h$.0 btte>ome ' via [neo kh . LC n'T r_ * - 7.' 1 ... ---... > 7.. - ,< :srw.w . .- .c - * 4, 6 i + ela leP * Whoealei I ci of're 'n:c hL 'wade ir- li;tvc icclard Ill a, i1 ' e, I * . . .* * * C - - 'cc .4 1z1 - a) ' rt\ . W1 C\ ra '.h t \\ : not makm a n ora - :r :z i- : - :L'm 2 in >,.-rr - *1 - 'inC -1 i -*- - ;- -c lt t n V* - C A Onc by US01 ~~1 ) me-y. -t:ziC C c" 5. i. -. n0 -' %% \\ b- ' pip,rt\ni ' ior scvcna - , \ r . :All ille :--tte \\'NV II It c cXi 1)Q 0 v -e : he I S DT S )TOOTING. - >r' scd Tram Fo Tha M r and de-per ; t'-rj jto cash tho va~~ got rs PLcrt 'v --7 02 rtE 17' W ha V - - I-' 7n N - eP e Oxfor LZ!V .::9 G'2 The Che ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 22 July 1904

THE PRAIRIE DOG. He Is the Steel Spring of the Animal Kingdom. New York Sun. Official Prairie Dog Exterminator is the title given by the legislature of Kansas to ). E. I.antz. of Manhat tan. Kan. Mr. Iantz's duties are to devise means of killing off the mil lions of praire dogs that infest the western part of the state. Fver since western Kansas was settled the prairie dog has been a picturesque pest. He has devac:ated millions of acres of land and has been !hp ;ndirect wen:ss of killing hundreds of head of valuable live stock. He has been hunted and icalded. poisoned and conjured: but he has jlvcd merrily thro:.ai it all. a. 0 nzil tiplied at a rate that even the prolitic Belgian hare cannot equal. Finally. after two years of experiment, tl-e State Agricultural college hit i a poison which when properly and tact fully used-for the prairie dog is a keen rascal and not easily deceived is warranted to lay low the hardiest dog that ever barked.defiance to his foes. This poison is thoro...

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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. — 22 July 1904

DO THE DEAD REVISIT US? A Discussion of Stories and Experi ences Tending to Show That They Do Sometimes. New York Sun. "I have had only one experience in telepathy," said the man, "but that was a strong one. I ran away from home when I was a boy of nine. My father was cruel to me, but I loved my mother dearly. I got on a ship at the Brooklyn docks, bound for I don't know where. Eventually, after much roaming. I landed at Bombay, where I became a printer's devil on a small paper. "I was taken ill there of fever, so ill that I thought I was at the point of death. That night it was very hot, but somehow I got out of bed and stood at the lattice of the open win dow. That was seven years after I had run away from home. but I had never once forgotten my mother. She was my idol. I prayed to her. In my trouble I talked aloud to her. "Well, as I stood there I said to her that I was sorry I had left her and caused her so much unhappiness. That now that I was about to die, I wanted her to know...

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. — 22 July 1904

PURELY PERSONAL. Tht: Movements of * Many People, Newberrians aid Those Who Visit Newberry. V. i :i.. .. vi.iting friends in Charleston. . ! rer -1j a I home for a :-v-a 1 N. Suilday mi renll e Mliss Eva \\-riiht' is viiting~ friend in Green Mr1 J. C. %Iace. L Darlington. i a '. r. E . d ;.< . . c; z- . A . 'k Ikning iI, othdit. 'wirs. S. A. Ri'ser. M\Ir. C.IE. 1e rned y e-trday Air, n. t-rci c'-la ZO A\tUlvl; ;I II C 1V1 U VI S, frinu m r:-a M rs. W. P. Husea retz:rned In Saturday frm ;; 1si:it frienis at Cayce. 1i,.s Julia oai. - V on a - t - ed vSi to friends and relatives in Charleston. Miss annie le. ilaten:rg, is citv. MiSs La,ra Bowrnan returned on Saturda, rm a i x d , N:II TO Anderon. A n ad Lauren! . M\rs. \\'iEliam . hnu.m eae d for Atlam_ tn a i - hr -izer. Miss Gus.ie Kibier. Miss \\'ieelinm*h*hsbe viSiting Nrs. C. B. Martin. hr.r turned t r ;me z't C.e Park. Ga. MI .,.!m,,i. e .n 1-atheleen Wilkes. twc) charini:g lttle girls. of Lauren!, arc v:..:m :t H i il New Dr....

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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. — 26 July 1904

e 7 !emIb rnW ! IIrw VOL. XL. NO. ()(. NEWBERRY. S. C., FRIDAY -ULY 22. 1904 TWICE A WEEK. S1.50A YEAR COLUMBIA LETTER. Irvestigation of Berkeley Butchery -Railroad Suits. Columbia. July 2.-The inquest in the case of the negro who was lynch ed at Eutawville. in Berkeley county, 'vas held yesterday. and Magistrate Wiggins. who first reported the affair to the governor. and who had impos- i ed the light sentence which the negro was serving for a trivial offense when he was lynched, will make his report today. Every additional fact which has been obtained on the lynching makes the affair appear a murder more brutal and cowardly. The whole matter seems to have been that of a drunk negro who in his drunkenness made some insulting remarks to a white man and for that he was taken out and put to death by the mob. Lynchings in South Carolina have fo! lowed each other in rapid succession during the past few weeks. Governor Heyward is pushing the investigation in the Berkeley butchery. as he h...

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. — 26 July 1904

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Outside of The State. . It has been estimated that the total amount of insurance money paid to those who lost their lives in the great Baltimore fire will exceed thirty million dollars. A dock worker in Chicago on Mon day became crazed by the heat and suddenly plunged headlong into the river at Clark steel bridge. He died soon after being rescued from the water. Bryon and Ross Clutter. aged re spectively 22 and 14 years, were struck by lightning and instantly kill ed during a severe sorm at St. _\ary's W. Va.. this week. They were at work at the time in the hay n1elds on the farm owned by Their father. The old Charle.ti,n Hotel was sold yesterday with tixtures included for the sum of $34.000. the purchaser be ing Samuel Wil:on. The bidding was started at a very low figure and then run up. The new.owner intends to spend about $25.ooo oi improvements. General Davis, governor-general of the Panama Canal strip, hs advised 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. — 26 July 1904

Commenced Business a RGRESBth E-iPACA FIC M A oFCAUFO iA ROBERT NORRIS, General Agent, ONE DECEIVING WOMAN. Fooled Preacher and Died Rather Than Marry Him. Richmond News Leader. it is iortunate that women what ever else they may have lost in pro cess of modern development. retain their powers of deception and con cealment and defy the closest scru tiny to discover when they are in love and when they are trying to fcoul us. Every now and then some body announces that one woman can detect the feelings of another, per sonal signs and symptons. and even some men writers are presumptu ou: enough to proclaim like occult p:wers. This is all stuff and non sensc. It is fortunate for organized society that the feminine feelings and emotions are not so obvious as these wise-acres tell us they are. If wo men's hearts were worn on their sleeves and everybody could know when they are in love and when they are not, there would be a good deal of shaking up in our social fabrics and half the fun of ...

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. — 26 July 1904

R. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New-. berry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1904. The common pleas court met on Monday, Special Judge J. Y. Cul breath. presiding. The jurors were all here. Judge Cuibreath gave them a pleasant talk on the price of cotton and the production -of g,ld and then Col. 0. L. Schumpert explained that it had been decided by the local bar that there would he no court at this time, but that there woul be a spec ial term asked for in October of two weeks. because it would be impossibie to transact all the business at the regular'term of one week. And a special term has already been orderel and Special Judge Jos. A. leCullugh appointed to hold it. And yet we talk about the congested condition of our courts. These special courts should be abolished and the quicker the better. There is no question of so great importance before the people today as that of improved highways. We may talk about schools and country life and the boys rem...

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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. — 26 July 1904

The Usual Way. Signor Tosti, the composer of "Goodby, Summer," "Beauty's Eyes" and other popular melodies, is an Italian by birth and education. His first two songs. it is said, were re fused by the three Italians publishers to whom they were consecutively sub mitted, but eventually became the most popular of his pieces and a year after their appearance were purchas ed for a large sum of money by one of the- publishers who had previous ly declined them. "Forever and Ever," is another Tosti song which received the same treatment. Impressive. "Why did we arrive late and leave before the opera was over?" asked the youngest daughter. "It was very en jovable." "Of course it was." answered Mrs. Newrich. "but. iy dear. v:e h,;.' show people that we didn't care whether we got our money's worth or not. Farmer Jason-So you wamii a jo. ch? What can vou do? Frolicsome Frisbie-Nothin'. Farmer Jason-Well. I can't give you a job of that kind. but it seems to me that you might get a job some where ...

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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. — 26 July 1904

MACHINERY IN HOLY LAND. Natives Propose Henceforth to Use American Methods. American agricultural machinery !zemis destined to revolutionize con ditions of living in Palestine. Recent ly a rich man of Damascus. Abul Rahman Pasha. ordered from an In diana firm a modern steam thrashing nnchine. the second of its kind ever .--en in Judea. Consul Rarnhal. at Beirt. states that the triumphal marcn of this machine through Da nazctis was one of the most spectac u,ar events which has ever occurred in the White City. On its way out to the Pash's estate in the county it broke down several bridges. but it was pulled out of the creek beds and filally brought to its destination in good condition. to do the work of thousands of the old-fasioned flails in a region where. for the most part, the people still live and work much as they worked when Abraham crossed through these fields with his Chal dean flocks. WOOD USED FOR FOOD. Diet is Common Among the Natives of Siberia. A traveler in Siberia. a f...

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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. — 26 July 1904

TIMID BECOME BRAVE. Physical Expression of Fear Is In Reality the Forerunner of Bravery, So an Army Man Declares. Kansas City Journal.' "The physical expression of fear is the best test of bravery," said an old army man the other day, when the discussion among a group of men in a hotel lobby turned to war. "I have spent the greater part of my life in the army and I have watch ed the way volunteers act when they first get on the firing line and become targets for the enemy's rifles. T re member in the Philippines there was a company recruited from the Nation al Guard in one of the cities not far from Kansas City. The mien were all above the average in intelligence. and they were what i- called the 'crack' military organization of their town. Most of the men had been clerks and students, and they had not time to become seasoned when they were or dered to the front. The captain was as fine a looking fellow as 1 ever laid my eyes on. and every one thought he would make an ideal ;oldier....

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