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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 23 August 1904

E. H. A'LL. EmToR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry. S. C., a.; second class matter. TUESDAY, AUGUST 23. Pomaria. The Pomaria Oil mill is nearing completion and will be ready for the new crop. There are several stores at this place and all of them do a nice busi ness. When the oil mill gets in operation it will help business. This has always been a good point for bus iness. It has a good back country, made up of a population of good sturdy white people. Just a mile and a half from Po maria, towards Little Mountain. you come into a community of all white people-not large farmers, but far mers who live at home and always make some clear money. At the res idence of Mr. Jno. D. Shealy or Mr. Adam L. Aull you can count some twelve or fifteen white families in sight of each other, and no negroes. Then as you go on towards St. Pauls you strike the same sort of country. The crops are a fair average and if seasons are favorable the yield will be good. The corn in places is very good. S...

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. — 23 August 1904

SKIRTS CHOKED RIVER. Thousands of Them Were Thrown Into Stream at Kalamazoo. Detroit Tribune. The Kalamazoo council has under consideration the dredging of Kala maz'o rivr from the city of Cooper. a distance tf several miles. for the deepening of the bed in some places and the removal of sandbars in t tlierz. The estimated cost of a thorough job is S3o.ooo. and -or half the money, it is believed-the situation can be materially improved and the damage by floods greatly lessened. If the dredging is undertaken. par ticular attention should be paid to that portion of the river within the corporation. which has never recov ered, even with time's help. from the choking of the channed received dur ing the hoopskirt era of forty years ago, when every cast-off crinoline found its way to as near the mid die of the stream as a wounded and outraged male member of the house hold could throw it. These old hoop skirts are there yet. save the compar atively few-which are many-raised out with fisher...

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. — 23 August 1904

LATIMER ON IMMIGRATION. ve His Views On a Subiect Much Discussed Just Now. nron l)aily Mai .Senator A. C. Latimer came up .rom Belton yestcrday and spent the 1av in the city wth his friends. A great many peoplh were in froi the contry in attendance upon the Farmers Movement and on business. and. as is always the case when Sena :or Latimer is in Anderson. he was the center of the crowds during the day. He discussed national and 1taTc politics in his accustomed Amanner, and everything he said was 'istened to with attention. Senator Latimer is very hopeful of democratic success this fall. He s a strong advocate of Judge Parker. and thinks he is the. verv best man that could have been nominated. He was a Parker man long before the convention met. The senator was seen during te day by a representative of the Daily Mail and was asked for an interview. "Well, what do you want me to talk about?" he replied. "Su-ppose." said the newspaper man, "that you give your views on the immigration mov...

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. — 23 August 1904

A Card to the Public. Editor Lau-rens- Advertiser: I trust you will all w me space in the columns yonr paper to say a few w,.rds, ::inh intercst of the can didacy .f theI li-n. R. A. Co per. tf Lauen . .Ir. CLpr wo have x lc\wn sinlce hi.. cahihod. is a candidatc the ee -.f licitr .f the S Vc Ith Jtidicial Crcuit. ilav known im !is life. hvin beeni hin teachr and friciid. I wih to Ict the pt...plc f the Sc\eiitli cir cuiit kn..w% z,vmething ,f the charac ter fthe man wh is secking this iigh e at their hands The history of all nations and races in every age of mankind rcveals flte fact that the greatest men. th- safest leaders, the deepest minds emanate from the humble walks of life. This is a rule to which there are but few exceptions. We understand the log ical reason f,-r this when we consid er what it is that makes the man. Since both reason and the observa tion of actual development of human powers prove to us that self exertion. self application and self responsibil ity are the...

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. — 23 August 1904

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Col. Valt-:r Ht. lum is spending several days at Glin Springs. Mr. S. P. Crotwell and family went to Greenville on a visit ln Saturday. Miss Ethyl Bowers is visiting friends in Laurens. Miss Jeanne Pelham is visiting friend- in Yorkville. Miss Margaret Mott. of Columbia, is visiting friends in Newberry. Miss Annie Taylor is visiting friends in Columbia. Messrs. Thos. H. Pope and J. S. Renwick are in Union on a visit. Miss Jennie Hallman has returned from an extended visit to Augusta. Mr. Louise Scott has returned from a visit to friends at Chappells. Mrs. B. C. Matthews. and children. have returned from Chick Springs. Miss Mary .Stork, of Columbia. is visiting friends in Ncwberry. Mrs. Mary Wylie. of Columbia. is visiting friends in this city. Mrs. E. B. Johnson has returned home, after an extended visit to Greenville and Pelzer. Miss Odalite Johnson has returned from an extended visit to Orange...

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. — 26 August 1904

VO0L. X L. NOK . 8 9. NEWBERRY. S. C.. FRII)AY AUGUSTl 26. 1904 TWICE A WEEK- 150AYA THE HEARING BEFORE CHIEF JUSTICE POPE IN THE CASE OF BUTLER HOLT. Hearing on Application For Bail Continued Until Wednesday Showing of Holt's Counsel. The hearing on application for bail for Butler Holt, held in connection with the murder of Maud Allen in Columbia on the 1ith of this month, was held before Chief Justice Y. J. Pope in the court house here yester day afternoon. After hearing the af fidavits of Holt's attorneys, including an affidavit from Lula Holt, the wo man Holt married in Newberry some time ago, and who was srpposed to be the woman murdered in Colum bia, to the effect that she was at her father's home at Bath, and other affidavits setting up an alibi for Holt, the chief justice passed an order con tinuing the hearing until next Wed nesdty afternoon at 4 o'clock. The continuation was granted by Chief justice Pope, on motion of Attorney General U. X. Gunter, who was pres ent on beha...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 26 August 1904

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Outside of the State. Munroe and Jefiries will ight in San Francisc- tonight. Ti'm Ciirctt and lack '11rien will box cix rounds in Philadelphia on September 7th. Senator Plait has received a letter from Elihu Roct declining to be the republican nominee for governor of New York. A severe wind storm swel)t over Hamlin county. South Dakota. on Monday night, killing two persons and injuring thirty others. T. D. McNeill. of Fayetteville. N. C., was elected president of the Na tioual Firemen's association. at a re cent meeting held in St. Louis. John R. Jack has been placed tin der arrest at Punta Gorda. Fla.. for shipping ivory bill woodpeckers out ,of the state in violati .n of the state law. In a railroad collision near Ports mouth, Ohio, on Monday, two tramps were killed, an engineer fatally in iured and a conductor seriously in jured. Hamilton C. Jones, of Charlotte, one of the most prominentlawyers of North Carolina. died...

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. — 26 August 1904

IMMIGRANTS OF LUZON. A Poor Mountain People That Ap. pear Happy and Contented. The Igorrotes livein small hut b~:it in clusters -n the slIopcs of thk mn ::ntains. where they can get th< sun and are sheltered fr,m the col w:nds. Fnr though we -ire iot fai rtim the equaztr, we are ;.ooo feel ahw'e the sea. vwe kr.ow what il is t be cold. The heat of the trop ical sun at midday is very grateful af ter the cold night and the accom panying fog. The children go to school with th< babies tied on their backs. But the3 have little sisters at home, too smal to work in the fields; these will lool after the babies. It is not considere< necessary that the women and girl should be educated: they are to d( the hard work in the fields. Th< babies are always carried on th< backs of the mothers while they work or on the back of an older child It is really wonderful how thest people can go about in the cold o: these mountains absolutely naked We. withour clothes on, feeling cold realize...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 26 August 1904

E. H. ACrLL. EDIT OR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C.. as second class matter. The county executive committee will meet on Thursday after the elec tion to canvass the returns and an nounce the result of the primary. This date is fixed by the constitution of the party. County Chairman S. S. Cunning ham and Secretary B. B. Leitzsey will have headquarters at The Herald and News office on next Tuesday and will receive the returns at that place. DAYS OF THE PAST. A Georgian Sighs For the Scenes of His Childhood. Editor Herald and News: In read ing over again the Annals of New berry county, I like the district bet ter. Seeing so many names of peo ple and places with which I was once familiar causes my mind to sweep over the buried years, as they have come and gone. filling me at times with indiscribable sadness. By these thoughts and feelings the fol lowing little poem was suggested, which I should like you to publish. I sigh for my own. my dear native land, For the scenes o...

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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 August 1904

THE STATESBORO HORROR. Gov. Terrell Appoints Courtmartial And Issues Statement. Atlanta. Ga.. :ug. .-r)I. hi re turn from St. Louis Gov. .oseph M. Terrell held a confvrence with Samp son. Harrisn, a di::tam general of Georgia. in which the recent States boro lvnching was :iscussed. The conference terminat.d with the ap pomntment . r a cour: at mncury to in vestigate thE conduct (f the militia from which the mob took the prison The court is composed of the fol lowing gentlemen: Col. A. R. Law ton (retired) of Savannah, president; Col. W. E. Woten of Albany, Lieut. Col. W. W. Baker of A-lanta. Maj. R. L. Wyly of Thomasvillc and Capt. Warren Grice of Hawkinsville. After the appointment of this court Gov. Terrell issued the following statement: 'I was greatly surprised and shock ed over the Statesboro occurrence. I had been advised- of the necessity of sending to Statesboro during the trial of the murderers of the Hodges family a military guard for the preservation of peace and order, w...

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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 August 1904

INDIAN FIGHTERS' TALES. Exciting Times in the West When Geronimo and His Men Were on the War Path. Chiei Gerouilo. the famous A pache fighter. who is now at the World's Fair. will soon receive a call from one of his old antagonists. a re tired soldier, who fought the renown ed Indian warrior in Arizona and New Mexico thirty-five years ago. The soldier is Henry George Na bers. of No. 1318 North' Fifteenth street, who was a sergeant in Troop G. Eighth United States cavalry, about 1870. Mr. Nabers is not known in army circles by his real name, how ever, for he ran away from home when he was iS years old. to prevent his relatives hearing where he was he enlisted under the name of John Tracy. This was n i16. and soon after joining the army his regiment was ordered to the southwest, where a constant warfare was being waged between the Apaches under Geroni mo and the United States soldiers. Many were the thrilling exper iences which Sergeant Tracy had in the mountains of Arizona and New Me...

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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 August 1904

WOULD THEY DON TROUSERS One of the Obstacles to Postmaster McKay's Proposed Innovation. Washingian P-. *z Press diptCce anno~uncing that P.stmatr McKay. of De Moines. t*wn have car-r eon2i'erable ime'ir e,- at the p1t,ce department. Mr. McKay's re%uet has not yet been re ceived and when it does arrive Post master General Pavne w%i*l be in some what of a quandary. Sentiment in the department is :ngly against allowing the use of women carriers. but careful search of the regulations reveals the fact that there is nothing there to prohibit them except that according to the regulations *hev would have to wear trousers if employed. In fact, there is nothing in any part of the regula tions prohibiting women from enter-! ing any branch of the service, and the fair sex are to be found in almost every sort of work connected with postoffices, except the delivery -sys tems. Even in connection with the deliv ery system there a-. a number of cases where women have been known to take care of rura....

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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. — 26 August 1904

PROSPERITY NEWS. Annual Reunion of Company G.' day-The First Bale-Per sonal-Other Matters. prospjerity. AV-nst _,;.-Anot] gathering is scheduled for Youn Grove for Friday ,f this week. Cc pany G. T3th South Carolina Vol teers, vill have their annual barbe4 on the 26th. Other than the reun of the strvivors the special feat will be an address by Hon. Geo: Johnstone, of Newberry. Mr. S. J. Kohn is now buildin- 1 a new dwelling Cotton picking is becoming pre general in this section. Law! Singley, colored, brought the f bale to this market Thursday, Aug 25. Mr. Clarence Wise. of Saluda, here among relatives. Mr. and Mrs. C. Richards, of lumbia, have been visiting in t community. Miss Erin Kohn left here last w on a trip to the St. Louis expositi Mrs. L. C. Schumpert, of Savann Ga., is visiting relatives here. Mesdames Lizzie DeWalt, G. Hunter, and L. A. Sease have b< seeking a cooler climate among 1 mountains. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rauch, of Da son, Ga., have been here with re tives. Mesda...

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. — 30 August 1904

--. - VOL. XL. NO.090. NEWBERRY, S. C., T1USDAY AU(4VT 30. 1904 TWICE A WEEK, SI .50 A YEAR THE NEWBERR SF THE DAYS THAT a+0AST THE NEWBERRY OF THE DAYS THAT ARE PAST. THE SWEET MEMORIES OF THE LONG AGO. An Interesting Letter From Former Newberrian, Now Living in the Lone Star State. Woodville. Texas. "Oh. the days gone by! Oh. the days gone by! The apples in the orchard and the pathway through the rye, The chirrup of the robin and the whistle of the quail. As he piped across the meadows as sweet as any nightingale: When the bloom was on the clover and the blue was in the sky, And my happy heart brimmed over in the days gone by. Oh. the days gone by! Oh, the days gone by! The musing of the laughing lip, the lustre of the eve: And the tilting snipe stood fearless of the truant's wayward cry, And the splashing of the swimmer in the days gone by; When life was like a story, holding neither sob nor sigh. In the golden. olden glory of the days gone by." To me. turning to Newberry is fac ...

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. — 30 August 1904

THE COUNTY CAMPAIGN. The Dates For the Remaining Meet ings. T) I T* T.N A\mn e,.t mn a*c L xv other- inredi an Satnrday lby the failing o an elvator in a loap fac tory in New York. Three prisvn:rs esCaped from the county jail at Chatham. Va.. on Sat .rday. hy bkpring a hole through the wall John Cox. a man whose dog had recently been killed by a train, tried to wreck a train on the road on that account near Martinsville, Va.. cMn Saturday. Numbers of oil tanks near Ant werp, Belgium. were burned on Fri day, the loss being millions of francs. Seven lives were reported lost in the fire. Four priests have been arrested at Ascoli, Italy, charged with the theft of the ancient cope stolen in 1892 from the cathedral of Ascoli and sold to J. PFerpont Morgan. Jack Munroe. of Butte, Mont., was knocked out in two rounds in San Francisco on Friday night by James J. Jeffries. the world's heavy-weight champion. A S26.ooo crowd witness ed the fight. Senator Joseph W. Bailey . of Texas, was the pri...

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. — 30 August 1904

NEWBERRY MEETING OF COUNTY CAIPATGN ME2TING IN COURT HOUSE WELL ATTENDED. Gooi Attention Troughout - The Speeches of the Various Candidates. ):-j.::in the very dise>:ah. , wath-r thi- r-:d was t- ::re al had beeii expected. but : 1. . . .:- arly large crowxd in the frle:11: c the leetilg opne(l a, :tc.. The court houe rap div: i.h'owe ver. and there wvere be w h a:: four hundred per Ue*nt durnS the mieetingi. The County Chairman. In o1enink the meeting Coun .v iMir:a: >. S. C::ningham refer:e: w:th pride to the pl.asant which that was the last .av. axd in a vew well-chosenwords he than':ed th people of the county Ii :ter rebpectful1 attention at all Le meting !. d ihe candidateS in dv::alIy for :le high plane upon which the canipaign had been pitched. Senatorial Candidates. The ilrt sp-akers Saturday morning were the senatorial candidates. and M. )l e. L. Blease vwas the nrst tpeaker. Tie thanked the county ciairnian for being instrumemal in haviing made the campaign as pleas ...

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. — 30 August 1904

E. H. At-LL. EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C.. as second class matter. TUESDAY. AUGUST 30. 1904. The Election. The c onmy e:anpauiin c-ed at \ewberrv -.n Sa:-urdav niil. T, day% Will ettle the que-ti11n wi tW h a great maiy cI c ca ndidate. Other; 'wiil have to wait f,r the sec.'nd pri mary as it Is iiit pr,bable that the n:na! ticket will be elected todav. The campaign has been ne if the mlst quiet in the history of the cotin IV. It has been pleasant and the can didates have gone through the county in the best of good humor and on friendly terms. The meetings have been well at tended and the speakers have been given good attention. The people are thinking for themselves and are making up their minds as good citi zens should. Without predjudice. en deavoring only to select the best men for the various positions. When their verdict has been rendered there will be no protest. Every good citizen should select from among the men aspiring for the several positions th...

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. — 30 August 1904

CLOUD BAROMETERS. How Tc Foretell The Weather B, Look:-ig Overhead. 7 -1,2A~ V 11 VT'' ivc -llt vi. T,'s .n* tha: bec e e w d c me vi,ii in the '.ky :By are Therefore goin; * di:-charge tie:r cifntesi up<.n o(. ni, heads. On the c ntrary some cl501d1 ar ac:ially pr(.ph,,ts of fne weather. Cir rus. for instance, or curl cloud, as i is often picturesquely called is. as rule. the highest of all clouds. Yoi n tell that by the fact that its thin twitv. fibrous strea'.s are illumina ted by the last rays of the setting su long after the earth below is wrappe< in shadow. Threads and groups o cirrus clouds. the finer the better, ap pearing after a gale. presage a lon continuance of settled weather. Oz the other hand. if after several day. cirrus appears in long parallel band: stretching right across the sky in th< form popularly known as "mares tails." there will almost certainly b< a change of wind and probably raiz to follow. Unlike other clouc'. cirrus is com posed not of wate...

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. — 30 August 1904

OF COUNTY CAMPAIGN * , I t 1 l e'' -7 thesc - 1 l! -.h . i r e l s .j-ature :n ia hibrary h0ad hee rural 7'*: l , a heat tae Fu os1 -- ti regard It wh state c *ri.ph r . - t her :il,: nn.h , -L 1e ..- th 1state had been a;aut:hi'j::ite for a ar.:drd. eas. e !he i- no: want tgo .: these h 1 i t: r,,n' pulled glu h !a : see them 1,:n as conn ::p le. WVhat oiwne ( *--:a- -:herq the app rocpriatin e.Sp 5 i he I:: !! ou foo! the pe..pi e .1:e 1e-- vote in -h:county. and.~ he wvould :ellt he peo rile uow as he : '! then: : wo years ago that he ': hteleve i thir taxes we,re. g.oing '. :' redce.i. The ap i on . , te- ctins er were a. -- St::o.ono. which :c.::&d he re-: :ed next year 'I ti .a:m f i it 0 r 0: co :n'ol. - -ntti, a propnt :at 1- cf the apprpi Caeins gng this year to pnnt imrovewnts. lie .t ravaganIt 1 he waold -ote against somc of hemr. but the state :n -titttont1 'ad their friends, and :ons. Hie believedt Clemson wvas be igun e.uaagatly an"d wh1en he .'en: to Cohu:mbia he ...

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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. — 30 August 1904

Expansi,n of Its Work and Its Splendid Facilities. Ith. A i o' thte s-everal hace a:ma te d- ee . Arts. Science. Law. Engineering civil and electricali and' Pedagogy~'. offered. with the nt>t liberal choce of studie- and the widc-t elcc .Ave opportunity. The faculty has re cently enlarged and increased the fa cility for post-graduate work. and has placed the opportunity for such ad-1 vanced university study within reach of all who may desire it. and who cannot go out of the state to obtain :t. Every year the college has a number of students working for post graduate degrees. Its chemical biological. and physi cal laboratories are well equipped and have each a master teacher at its head, and the college library, with its ;ooo volumes, is the delight of a student's heart. The college offei special induce ments to ambitious :oung men and women in is generous provision for :he conferring of scholarship; -n meritorious studems at the close of each session. Five of these schola -hips a...

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