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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 20 November 1903

SHOT HIMSELF THROUGH HEART. Suicide of the 19-Year-Old Son of Editor J. P. Caldwell of the Charlotte Observer. Charlotte, N. C., Nov. x8.-J. P. Caldwell, Jr., the 1g-year-old son of J. P. Caldwell, editor of the Charlotte Observer, committed sui cide this evening at 6 o'clock by shooting himself through the heart with a revolver. There seems to be no cause for the rash deed. For six weeks the young1man suffered from depression and several times has said he intend ed to'kill himself, but it was thought that the remarks were due to des pondency and were not based on any fixed purpose. tYoung *,Caldwell had been up town most of the day and started toward home shortly after 5 o'clock. On his way homeward lie met a friend to whom he said lie intended to do away with himself. His statements caused some alarm, and upon being communicated to a member of Mr. Caldwell's family a kindly effort was made to change the young man's frame of mind. Without further discussion of his purpose the boy w...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 20 November 1903

THE CITY PRIMARY COMES ON TUESDAY. THERE ARE TWO CANDIDATES FOR THE OFFICE 0r MAYOR. Among tile C"Ididates for Aldermen Therejs Opposition Only in Wards 1 and 3. The first city pi imary will be held on Tuesday. As there are not more than two candidates in any of the races, this primary will be de cisive, except in case of a tie. In that instance a second primary will be held on Friday the 27th. The time for filing pledges ex pired at 12 o'clock on Wednesday. The following candidates had filed their pledges. FOR MAYOR. John W. Earhiardt. Robert H1. \Velch. FO')I AI.I*.'RMEsIN. \Ward : M. M. Harris and John T -Lutchitlson. WVard 2: A. '. Brovin. \Ward 3: Van Smith and H. E. Tood Ward 4: C. M. West. \Vard 5: J. M. Guill. Thell puls Xvill be located il cotitn cil ch:ier, openin.g at ' a. ill. and clo-sing at 4 p). 1 All Demiicra.: VII 1.:1Ve dtu'\' register(d for tle mi ial elect ion of n903 shall have m:iht to xotV. ThI., m1anag1rs (of elect:om are: Jacoh S.:n1), GI. S. Nolan, mild F. ...

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 November 1903

jiSTABLISHED 1865 NEWBERIRY. S. C.. TUE,SDAY. NO'VEMlBE'R 2-1. 1903. NI\IJ?A VICK. :35)A.YA OLOMBIA INDIGNANT AND TALKING WAR VER 100,000 MEN TENDER HER THEIR SERVICES Seek Amicable Settlement First Canal Treaty As Finally tSigned By United States and Panama. The signing of the treatv by Secretary Hay, oil the part of the United States, and the minister from Panama, providing for the construction of the Panana canal by the United States, has be,en fol lowed by great rejoicing aiong the people of Panama and by consid erable exciteemnent in Colomiilia. Panama grants to the United States the perpetual use and con trol of a zone of territory ten miiles wide across the isthmus for the canal. with the right to acquire by purchase orhy the cxercise of cmi inent doimain any other lands in Panaima wherever :itlatc(d, whifehm in the juidgment of the United States imay he wecessary 'or the con struction of the canial, the provi sie of it, supp of 'ater and proper sanuitatio- of th:- cities of ...

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 November 1903

GENBRAL NBWS XOTBS. Items of More or Less Interest Condensed Outside the State. Several members of the Louisville, Ky., fire department have been in dicated for looting during a fire. Because the beauty of her face had been marred by ill health Mrs. Lulu W. Brennan, the wife of a wealthy nian of Dnever, killed her self by the use of chloroform in a hotel in Chicago. President Roosevelt has refused the request of the governor of Cul orado for United S' troops to preserve order .ing dis tricts becau lt appear that the resource., ..e State to keep the peace hak been exhausted: Deputy Sheriff H1. 0. Richard, of L,awtey, Fla., was shot and killed on TIursday afternoon as lie was driving by the Iomile of the Bennett brothers. wholli lie had previonsly atteilpted to bring to jiustice or several alleged Cr1imes. All tle parties involved are promi nlelt. 'hirty-one ien w\ere killed and at least fifteen were iinjured in a head-end collision betwen a freight train and a work train on the Big ....

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 24 November 1903

.p RSMARKABLE CURES. Mr. W. Q. Hipp, of Pomaria, Discovers a Remedy for Rheumatism and Proves Its Efficacy. Mr. W. Q. Hipp, of Pomaria I L Uffered very sevetely with rheu ittism for four years. About a onth ago he tried a very simple inedy, and today lie says he would t take many thousand& of dollars r the change which that simple 4 inedy wrought in his condition. This is not a medicine advertise ent. It is not desired to sell you anything. It is simply desired to puggest to those suffering with "rheumatism, and ever ybody knows ow very painful such suffering is, a simple reinedy which may help hem. Mr. Hipp ould not walk up Lirs, so sorely was he afllicted. 1,He gave the remedy to Mrs. D. A. Ruff, who suffered with rheuma tism and the saine remarkable cure was wrought in her case. He gave it to an old negro woman who could not raise her right arm, and that woman today handles her arn as freely as she ever did. The remedy is very simple. It is as follows: Gasoline, i quart. Camp...

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. — 24 November 1903

M, If. AUI,I,, FDITOR. THANKSGIVING. Next Thursday has been set apart as a day of thanksgiving by the President of the United States and the Governor of this Common wealth. It should be observed in a proper and becoming mannler. The custom was first inaugnrated by the Pilgrim tathers of New England and only become a nation al day when President Lincoln is sued his first thanksgiving procla mation. It is a day now observed by all the tates, and is a legal holiday. We have imch tor which to re turn thanks. Tre there are troubles and sorrows which of ne cessity come into every life but it is throigh suffering we are to re ceive the blessing. On oce'asions of tlhis kind we cannot better show our appreciation of the ble-sings we enj"y than by helping the orphanls and the poor. In the death of Mr. Iouis Kohn, which occurred at the i-e of his brother, Mr. August Kohn, in Col umbia on Sunday, the younger gen eration of newspaper men of South Carolinialloses one of its number who gave bright...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 24 November 1903

'I 1STON IDEAL OPERA COMPANY. The Operatic Bvent Of the Season At the Opera House Tomorrow Night-A Strong Company. The Boston Ideal Opera company, who will sing the comic opera "Oli 4 vette" at the opera house to-mor row night, is known in Newbeiry, having delighted an audience here last season. The number tomorrow hight will -ery probably be the operatic event of the season here. NO The company is strong and has been scoring great success on its recent tour of the country. Following is one of the press not ices received by the company aftkr its appearance in one of the larger Southern cities: "As each member of the troupe caine upon the stage the applause that greeted them was hearty and spontaneous, especially that accorded IMiss Jule Foreman, and her rendition of "The Last Rose of Summer," which she sang by request, was sung with a sweet ness and purity of tone that does the singer credit." The company will no doubt be greeted by a laige audience toinor 1: row night. TH1IC COMPAN...

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. — 24 November 1903

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 24 November 1903

CUBAN RECIPROCITY. Passes a Bill Making Treaty Effec tive and it is Now Up to the Av Senate. House on Thursday, by a Vote of 335 to 21, passed the make effective the Cuban ocity treaty. The dissenting were about equally divided een Republicans and Demo. (s, but there was no record vote, minority having too few votes order the yeas and nays. The mocrats, under the leadership of r. Williams, sought to the last to tain aiendmients to the bill in ordance with the action of the Inocratic caucus, but were de ated steadily. The bill'has gone to the Senate or action. :The Democratic Senators, at a caucus, decided to consider the bill on its meriti and confined the dis cussion to the bill ite;lf, without bringing in collateral questions. This ieans that no tariff amend ments will he offered and that the tariff question will not be discussed. The attitude of the )emocrats nYmeans early action oil the Cuban bill, and the prospects are for final adjournmientof the exLra session on Wednesday, wi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 24 November 1903

THANKSGIVING SERVICE. The Congregations of the City Will Unil In the ',Lutheran Church On Thanksgiving. TI:e congregations of the cit will unite in a Thanksgiving servict The service will he held in the Lu theran Church of the Redeemer o Thursday morning at i i o'clock The serion will le preached b: Dr. 11> P. McClintock, of Thomr son Street A. R. P church. A collection for the orphans wil be taken. Those desiring tha their ccntributions should go to certain orphanage are requested t put the conitibutions in envelope with the naime of the orphanag written Oin the envelope. The un marked cont ributions will be divid ed equally :iniong the orphanage! of the cI urclies represented. NEW MlITHODIST PATSONAGE. E.rection on Site Of Old Church Will Begiii Iu The Nem Several Months. The congregation of Ci ntral Me tliodist church have decided to 1 gin the erection of a new parsonage within th. next few monlths. The new pWrille i e located oil the sitt of thI od (h1uc1. A Ull?' MlTHOl)IST ...

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. — 27 November 1903

ESTABLISHED 1865 ',-NEW'PERRV. S. C.- I~HDY No\rM1E 7 98 I\r1llNWF{ i.0AYA p V) -7],"3E -2.103 C1'k.V 11C THE MUNICIPAL PRIMARY. Mayor Jno. W. Earhardt Nominated for a Second Term-Aldermnic Races. Mayor John W. Earhardt vas 9ninated, in the municipal primary NIN d on Tuesday, to succeed himi eIf, defeating his opponent, Mr. Robert H. Welch, by a vote of 300 t: 225 Messers John T. Hutchinson, A. Brown, Van Smith, C. M. West Aid J. M. Guin were chosen alder tnen. As a result of the election Ncw berry will have the sam city "co-.1 cil diring the next year as at pres ent, with the exception of the alder men Wards i and 4, and in these two vards the present aldermnci (lid not stand for re-election. In the alderminie races there was oppositioni onfly inl \\ards I and 3. The race in \Vard iwas very close, Mr. 'M M. Har.rs beImg del'eated by a very narrow margiii. Dr. Van sililh defeated his oppolient. Mlr. H. E. Todd. by a good 11ajority. The result is best told by the fig ures given below...

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. — 27 November 1903

THE FESTIVAL OF OLDEN DAYS. Corn Shucking in the South in the Moon Ught Nights of November-The Famous Year '55. Home and Farm. Where is the man of three score in all the South who has not fond memories and rapturous reveries of the "corn-shucking" of the old South? In scber prose Charles Reade wrote a delightful tale of the harvest home, and in the book of Ruth we read of the gleaning in the fields of Boaz and the winnow ing in his threshing floors. Whit comb Riley in the most delicious verse in the world, aid redolent of the soil, tells of the sentiment and the poetry of rural life. At the North, or rather at the East, they had the "husking bee," but only at the South, the old South, that is iow history atid tradition,t was the "corn-shuckiing " and it was an adjunict of tlie 'instituti ii," as slavery was called. I shall n1ever forget t lie fat year 1855. Ceres and Pomona came, each with ample lap filled, and scattered pleity over the lanl, tin- I til the farmers, their wives, the...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 27 November 1903

THE NEWS OF NO. T TOWNSHIP. A Short Crop Will Cause Suffering Among The Farmers This Winter-Negro Children Burned to Death. Chappells, November 26.-The Rev. E. A. McDowell has been called to serve Cross Roads church again next year. Saluda church twet Sunday after noon to call a pastor for another year. Nearly all the cotton is gathered and sold. There is not more than half a crops up here. Thoie that had their crops destroyed the first of June an<' planted over about the middle of June are not going to make enough to pay the rent. The majority of them can't pay a cent on their liens and live. There are going to be more hungry people in No. 7 than there have been for years this winter. The frost finished up the late cotton. Mr. Geo. Reid, of Old Town, car ried his corn shredder home Satur day, from E. L. Leavell's, to shred his corn. Mrs. Jim. Johnson is on a visit to her father in Greenville. Mr. J. S. Dominick put in his wheat with a drill this year. There is very little wheat ...

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. — 27 November 1903

OUR COTTON MARKET ON A BOOM. The Newberry Herald and News has the following to say about New berry as a cotton market: "AsThe Herald and News has 1 heretofore remarked, Newberry has I been one of the best cotton mar kets in the State this season. Onl Saturday we had wagons in New berry with cotton from within three t miles of Laurens, and nlear Clinton r and Cross Hill. Men sold cotton here who did not even know where the banks were, beca."se they had never been here before with cotton. The merchants will reap the benefit : of this together with the farmer, for every man who sells cotton will spend some money in the same town in which lie sells." i Wlhat is true ot Newherry is.trie of every other place or cottuin mar- C ket; that is, that where a manl sells i his cottonl that is the Ilace where lie is most likely to ly his neces sities. BiLt there was 110 1)eItd of Iamttrens )mimttv cottot1 goiitl, to Newberry last SatIrldav, as oir cit \ pas pinig as ntetch for cotton t Newberr y. ...

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. — 27 November 1903

PROSPERITY NEWS. Rev. E. C. Cronk to Preach On The Firn Sunday-A New Firm Announced. Personal Mention. Prosperity, S. C., Nov. 26.--Rev E. C. Cronk, of the Lulheran miE sion in Atlanta, will preach at S1 Paul's Church on the first Sunda morning; at St. Luke's in the aftet noon, and in Grace churph in th ' evening. We are now having ideal hog tikilling weather, with varying de grees of cold and an occasiono promise of snow. Rey. G.:R. Shaffer and Mr. J- 1 Bowers will leave next Friday fo the Methodist quarterly conferenc at Mt. Pleasant. Mr. Jno. S. Barre and fainil A4 ave recently moved itito the Kit ,Ier house on West laii street. The new year will open with ar other nev. firi fr Prosperity Messrs. E,. A. Counts and( A. 2 Counts will open ll) a stock of gr( ceries in the I arnion storc roon Lt is now knowii t.hat the iew stor rooi recenitly Completcd, owned b Dr. Hunter, will he occupied late by Mr. W. 1 B. Harnon, of Greet Ak wood, and Mr. C. M. 11armon. our town. Mr. W. L. Mathis...

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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. — 27 November 1903

BELL FOUNDING. It I an Aneielat Art, Its OrigiI SI. ruieleef Isa Antlegiu it g ithe airt o' iil foutilig is tilitiotwht adly of great iltiuity. Th'lle Salxons" are known to lavv uised bells in their i chuwb-cles, al1though'l prob:ahly bult s11util1 ones. (or the Veii(erable lede. writing at the vild of thtle seveithl centiury, il hides to them fin termis which Heem to h51ow thit they werte not oailbir t 1hin1gs. The 4owers of the . xon1 pe r1odi have bielries of conlleralelv d nellsiols ill ilost. calses, 11nil at Crow land abbey, lin soulth L,incolnshire . thiere was t'a iaous pii of "even bells many yetirs before the Normon ('oil quest. The Ililoks it at thit filne anid for long af tur wierv the chtivr mractitionors of*i the art of' bvl) foudinlig. Their 14tIF9 were rarely witlhout iiscripticns. otvit Ilu Latin, conitaiini"g periaps solinv 11 Acllrv .joke. tht'- poinit of' whicb is lillit lost. NMork oftlten they werte of a re ligiolls 11.1ture,v solm-lilines, we fe.1r, no[ 11l1mi...

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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. — 27 November 1903

TWO TURNS OFiYE~WHEEL: The Stoty of tla Rime and Fall of a CoMatoCk FoVItune. Sandy Bowers was a teamster, bi wife a buxom and not uncoinely Scotch wonian who iook in washing and kept a miiners' boarding house. It was in the early days of Virginia City, before men had grasped the full value of the discovery, and the teamster, in con pany with -others of his kind, cane into pos:session of several hundred feet on the lode at Gold 11 'I. Ills clalm became one of the bonan zas of the region. and Sandy found himself richer than he had ever thought any one could be. Neither he nor his wife ever rose to the level of their for tune. ihey remained the teanster and the washerwonan to the end. There is a story that neither could read nor write. After giving anll entertalinnent at the International hotel such as tihat iostelry of 11aiV granideurs had niever efore seen they went to Europe for %vO Yea s". When they cam1e ack they were still .he tearster anl( tle wasierwonian. Elrope had added nto...

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. — 27 November 1903

NEWBERRY RENDERED THANKS. The Day Was Gricrally Observed Her Yesterday By Services and Suspenson of Business. Tlinksgiving day was generall) oberved in New berry yesterday 3Most of the places of business wert closed and during the morning at alinost Sabbath quiet prevailed The congregations of the city unite( iii a service in the morning av.d ir the afternoon a football contest wa! pilled off on the Newberry colleg( gridirun. Tihe day dawned cold and cloud5 anld there was every indication ol snoV. Before to o'clock, however, the skv had cleared and the sni shone gloriously. , The air was not too cr-isp to be inore than buacing, and while later the sky again filled with clonds and the dav becai raw, the morning :Is a whole wa.: ideal for a Tinnksgiving Day. 'The service in which the congle gations of the city iited was hiek in tIe 1,01theran Clhulrch of the Re dectier Th'le sermon was preached by I)r. l'. P. McClintock, ofTlhoip son Street A. R P1. ch1ucli. 1)r. 7lcCiocck's sti-mon w...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 27 November 1903

EN7EA eralb anDo rJ3eL. ESTA. 131LA181111 i5NEA 3ERR{Y, -.C W1).A-I N()V. 07 1903 TICE ('. A NVE'~E,K1.O AYEA A WHISTLER PICTURE. Who Dramatic Manner of Its Fir4af and an Anticlimax. Wbistleir was one day visited by a Aoreign artist, an old acquaintance, with whom Whistler had not as yet quarreled. I le was received with gen aine cordiality, and. artist-like, he ran round the studio looking at everything. One small picture seemed to charm him especially. awl he said, "Now that is one of your good otes." "Don't look at it, de.ir bo.." said Whistler airily, "it's not fini.hOd." "inlshed!" said the visitor. W hy. It is the most carefully finished )ICtlllre or yours that I have ever sen.*' "I )on't look at it!" pjr sisted Whistler. "You tre doing in justice to yourself. you are doing in justice to ily picture, and you ark. do ing injustice to me!" The visitor looked bewildered. when Whistler. in a the atrical tone, cried out: "Stop! 'Hi tinlsh It now!" Thne he procur-d a very small came...

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. — 1 December 1903

C eraW0 aub tins. EEDE ESTABLISHED 1865 NEWBERRY, S. C.. TUESDAY, D)ECEMBETZ 1, 1903. TWICE A W.-EK~.5AYK CLEVELAND WILL NOT RUN. Cannot Conceive Of Any Circumstance lh Which He Should Again Be a Can didate For The Presidency. L Grover Cleveland has sent th4 b following letter to the editor of th< t' Brooklyn Eagle: t Princeton, N. J., Nov. 25, 1903. My Dear Mr. McKelway: I hav wanted for a long time to say some thing which I think should be saic to you before others. You can never know how gratefu I am for the manifestation of kiudl feeling toward me on tb part of in countrymen which yot,: initiativ, has brought out. Your advocac: in The Eagle of my nomination fo the presidency caine to me as : great surprise and it has been sec onded in such manner by Demo cratic sentiment that. conflictinl thoughts of gratitude and duty hav caused ine to hesitate as to the tim and manner of a declaration on i, part concerning the subject--if sue] a declaration should seem necessar, k4r proper....

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