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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 4 October 1904

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, .,- Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Cottonseed is bringing 25 1-2. bor yesterday on business. Mr. '. F. Tarrant went to Winns boro today on business. Miss Lilla K. Johnstone is visiting the family of Dr. E. C. McGregor, in Columbia. -.. Mr. B. B. Leitzsey is buying cotton seed for the Southern Cotton Oil company. He began buying on Saturday. The Chinquapin school, in this county, opened yesterday with a good attendance. Misses Alsie Woqd and Pearl Sulli van, who have been visiting Miss Mary Buford in this city, returned to their homes at Laurens on Saturday. The Woman's Club will meet with Mrs. 0. B. Mayer on Thursday, Oc tober 13, at 4 p. -m. The members of the club will please call for their books at Mrs. L. WN. Floyd's. Mrf. H. C. Hunter has gone to Gold ville to take charge of an eight horse farm. -Mrs. R. M. Russell. who has been spending some time at Jalapa with the family of Mr. S. B. Aull, has re turned to her home at ...

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. — 7 October 1904

VOL. XL.NO. 101. NEWBERRY, S. 0.. FRIDAY OCTOBER 7.1904 TWICE A WEEK.$.5I HENRY C. PAYNE. Postmaster General of the United States, Died on October 4, At Nine O'clock. Washington, October 5.-Henry C. Payne, postmaster general of the United States, a member of the na tional republican committee, a stal wart of his party, with the history of which both in his home state and nationally he has been identified for many years, died in his apartments at the Arlington Hotel at 6:io o'clock last night, aged 6o years. The death was announced in an official bulletin issued by the attending physicians. which gave the cause of death as disease of the mit ral valve and dilatation of the heart. Mr. Payne has been in poor health for at least two years but his last ill ness covered only seven days, an at tack of heart trouble last week precip itating the end at a time when after a rest he seemed to have recovered a small measure of his vitality impaired by years of ardous labor. Death yes terday afte...

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. — 7 October 1904

SECRETARY HAY. Magnificent Address Before the In ternational Peace Congress At Boston. Boston, October 4.-Secretary of State John Hay made th-- address of welcome on yesterday afternoon to the delegates to the International peace congress assembled in Boston for the formal meeting of the thir teenth annual convention of that body. Secretary Hay spoke as follows: I esteem it a great honor and privilege to be allowed to extend to you the welcome of the govern ment and the people of the United States of America on this memorable and auspicious occasion. No time could be more fitting for this gather ing of a parliament of peace than today, when at the other end of the world the thunder of a destructive and sanguinary war- is deafening the nations, while here we are preparing to settle the question of a vast trans fer of power by an appeal to reason and orderly procedure, under the sanction of a law implicit'y ,ccepted by eighty millions of people. No place could be more suitable than th...

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. — 7 October 1904

! No! Dessert More Attractive Why use gelatine and spend hours soaking, %L . sweetening, flavoring - +.@% and coloring whe. JeliO produces better results in two minutes? Everything in the package. Simply add hot waterandsettocool. It's perfection. A sur prise to the housewife. No trouble, less ex pense. Try it to-day. In Four Fruit Fla Tors: Lemon, Orange, Strawberry, Rasp. berry. At grocers. 10c. The Art of Remaining Young. Sarah Bernhardt says the art of re maining young is not so difficult as some people imagine. People who have little to do and who do not lead the strenuous life required of most people in this day may be able to adopt the rules laiV down by Sarah Bernhardt and yet most people can follow some of her rules and there is no doubt if they would it would help greatly to bring about, not per petual youth. but much of the vigor of youth with advancing years. Most people pay too little atten tion the rules of health and only live to regret it, provided they live to the a...

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. — 7 October 1904

H. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7. A Good Creed. In an address at the commence ment of the State, Normal school at 'Athens, Ga., in ijoi, the subject be ing "The School that Built a Town, Mr. Walter H. Page, among a great many excellent things submitted the following creed for teachers and pu pils: "I believe in the free public training of both the hands and the mind of every child born of woman. "I believe that by the right train ing of men we add to the wealth of the world, all wealth is the creation of man and he creates it only in pro portion to the trained uses of the community; and, the more men we train the more wealth everyone may create. "I believe in the perpetual regener ation of society, in the immortality of democracy, and in growth everlast ing. The right training of our youth is close to the very foundation of our government and the stability and du rability of the structure depend upon this mo...

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. — 7 October 1904

WERAL NEWS NOTES. tems of Mor or Less Interest Con densed Throughout the State. The Federation of Labor has com plained this week to the Interstate Commerce commission at Washing ton, charging that the railroad com panies will not allow them the re duced rates allowed to other organi-* I zations. Rear Admiral Frederick Rodgerse- c tired on Monday. He was succeed- t -ed in the command of the New York navy yard by Rear Admiral Coghlan. h In his annual report submitted at 9 Washington on Tuesday Surgeon C General O'Reilly says the general P health of the army has improved dur- c ing the past year. A prarie fire which for several days has swept the Rosebud reservation and portions of Tripp and Gregory I counties, S. D.. was quenched on r Tuesday morning by a heavy rain. e The loss has been enormous. , r The Trenton. N. J.. cork life pre- t server manufacturers indicted for t conspiracy against the government t inspection laws pleaded not guilty 11 and were releasen on bail this week. Ch...

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. — 7 October 1904

PARKER IN NEW YORK. Is Working Hard to Familiariz4 Himself With Details of Campaign A look into Parker's receptioi room at his apartments at the Hote Seville reveals a olitical workshoi equipped almost as completely as hi library at Rosemount. It only need a view of the stacks of correspon 'dence and imposing looking docu ments to corroborate the report tha the - democratic candidate intend spending a great deal of his time be tween now and election day in Nev York, where he can keep in clos< touch with the campaign. That Judge Parker is acquaintinE himself with the minutest details o the canvass in every one of the state! placed by either party in the doubtfu column is evident from his discus sions with campaign managers. Man3 reports are being made to Judge Par ker by individual workers which dc not pass through the hands of th< nationkl committee an&- which are given his personal attention. This work takes much of his time, so mued in fact that scores of callers whc hav...

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. — 7 October 1904

EFFECTS -OF FASTING. After Ten Days If No Water Be Taken-Some Benefits. very living body requires a quan ity of food that is commensurate with the tissues' it consumes in the performance of its functions. When nourishment is withheld, says the Youth's Companion, the body Is forced to subsist on its own tissues. The fat is first appropriated, then the muscles and other structures. The emaciation and loss of strength are so rapid that life has rarely been maintained longer than ten days if neither food nor drink was taken. If, however an abundance of water is drunk, the wasting is greatly retard ed and life can be supported for a much longer time provided that the body is kept at complete rest. Thus restricted, fasting is often made a valuable adjunct to other measures in the treatment of disease. A lim itation of the diet is more frequently resorted to than an entire withdraw al of nourishment. Restriction of diet is often valuable also as a means of preventing illness. Most persons ...

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. — 7 October 1904

COwa_iN PLEAS COURT. Special Session Begun on Monday Hon. J. A. McCullough Presiding. A special term of the court of com Monleas was called on Monday morning, in the court house at New berry, with Hon. Joseph A. McCul lough of Greenville presiding. The court is being continued through the week. Only the cases on the civil side of the court are being tried, and -of these only such as were ready at the last regular term of court. The first case was that of Theodore N. Kibler against the Southern to recover damages for injuries done his land by hauling rock and ballas therefrom. A verdict was found in favor of plaintiff. Plaintiff was re presented by Sease & Dominick, and Lambert W. Jones. and the defense was represented by T. P. Cothran and Schumpert & Holloway. The case of Thomas Riser against the town of Newberry, a suit to re cover damages for personal injbiries received, it was alleged, by plaintiff's falling into a hole which was claimed to have been left unprotected at t...

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. — 11 October 1904

OBo n VOL. XL. 1N0. 102. NEWBERRY, S. C.TUESDAY OCTOBER 11. 1904 TWICE A WEEK.$.0AYA NEWBER R OF THE DAYS LONG PAS] JUDGE J. M. CROSSON WRITE! FROM TEXAS. Old Covenantee Families Who Live4 In the Newberry of Long Ago. Woodville, Texas, September 6, 1904 "Oh, where will be the birds tha sing, A hundred years to come; The flowers that now in beaut, spring, A hundred years to come; The rosy lip, the lofty brow, The heart that beats so gaily now, Oh, where will be love's bcaming eye Joy's pleasant smile and sorrow' sigh, A hundred years to come? We all within our graves shall sleep A hundred years to. come; No loving soul for us shall weep, A hundred years to come; But other men. our lands will till, And others then our streets will fill While other birds will sing as gay As L-ight the sunshine as today, A hundred years to come." In a late number of your excelLen cotemporary, "The Observer," I rea< of the visit of my old friend, Dr. S G. Welch and J. A. Chapman to th4 Covenanter's gr...

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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. — 11 October 1904

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of Mor or Less Interest Con densed Throughout the State. Mrs. Carrie Nation was fined on Friday and sent to jail in Wichita, Kansas, for smashing saloons. One person was killed and seven injured by a wreck on the Panhandle road in West Virginia on Friday. The Nebraska, the latest and larg est of the United States battleships, was launched on last Friday. Charley Foley, alias "Shotgun" Foley, was hanged last week in New Orleans. It was the first execution there of a white man in a number of years. Three shells exploded at a fort on the Belgian coast, on Thursday, re sulting in the instant death of eleven soldiers and the injury of many others. A prominent young farmer of Ta coma county, Florida, G. V. Chamber lain by name, was shot and killed by a negro on Friday. while riding peace fully in a wagon with his wife. While making his recent trip through Russia it is said that the Czar was in constant fear of his life, and that several plots of assassina tion we...

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. — 11 October 1904

Cash L Last week brc : roof. This wei + Wives and Hu, * army of Dry Goi Every day last week our Di 'Twas a show in itself to see + drifting snow. Every minul + Goods ever offered by a Nev + Dress Goods selling to a still buy. Don't tarry on the wa * Store's greatest of all sales i * only with Newberry stores, 1 + Dress Goods! Dress Goods! Why shouldn't we sell you. Two great tables piled high with more of than any 3 stores in Newberry combined T to select from. pl + 267 pieces fine Suitings, Serges, Flan- th nels, Voiles, Camel's Hair Suiting, Broken y2 Plaids over Checked Plaids and Stripes + Yes, they are all here in this lot, all 6o, * 70, and 8oc. goods, for five greatest days * selling 45c. yd. to Black Dress Goods Black Dress Goods * Over 5oo Bolts in this collection, all F] + the newest 1904 weaves to select from. g . Don't think of buying your dress and 19 skirt until you get our prices. We will + save you almost half, all $1.25, $1-50, + $x.6o and $1.75 Fine Dress Goods. Th...

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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. — 11 October 1904

R. H. AULL. ]EDITOR Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. TUESDAY, OCTOBER ii. An explanation is due to Mr. J. M. Crosson, who has .been writing some very interesting letters to The Herald and News on the Newberry of the long ago. His -letter which is print ed today should have been printed some two weeks ago. The reason is the manuscript was mislaid and could not be found. We hope Judge Crosson will write as often as he can. He promises in his next to visit the town and to tell us of a lost boy. In this letter he writes of the Covenan ters and of people whose family name even lives in the county only in history. Others are familiar names to the present generation. We enjoy these reminiscences of the days that are no more and feel sure that our subscribers read ,them with interest. AT ST. PHILIPS. Entertainment on October i9th, By Woman's Missoinary Society. There-will be an entertainment given at St. Philips church by the Woman's Missionary society ...

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. — 11 October 1904

PROSPERITY NEWS. Items of Personal Interest From a Live and Progressive Town. Editor Herald and News: Mr. J. W. Stockman is building for Dr. Jno. A. Simpson a divelling on his lot from which his dwelling burn ed several years ago. .So Dr. Simp son is' contemplating moving home again. Mr. S. B. Hawkins. since moving to Prosperity, has been living in what is known as the.Johnson house. He is now building on a lot opposite Mrs. Elvira Kibler. Messrs. Perry Simpson and Ivan Sease left last week for Atlanta to take up the study of pharmacy. Cadet C. C. Wyche of the Citadei left last 'Friday to resume work in that institution. Rev. C. M. Boyd left here a few days ago and expects to be away about a month. He will visit his home in Mississippi and will see the great western shore before his re turn. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Haltiwanger ot Columbia, have been visiting relatives in this county. Mrs. Alice Robertson of Texas, visited her brother, Mr. Jas. H. Hun ter last week and left for her wester...

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. — 11 October 1904

BOOKER WASHINGTON. Sat at Boston Banquet As Honored Guest. Boston, October 8.-In a brief af ter dinner speech delivered before the International Peace congress last -night Booker T. Washington arraign -d the Belgian government for the alleged outrages in the Congo Free state, declared that he had evidence -of abuse and cruelty and said that a state of affairs exfsted that was a blot on modern civilization. Introducing Washington, Robert Treat Paine, president of the con gress and toastmaster of the evening, referred to him as "honored almost -universally throughout this country, but especially in Boston." At this the distinguished company arose and -greeted Washington as it did no ,ther guest of the evening. Wash Angton was seated at the head table -beside Miss Lund. daughter of Herr John Lund of Norway. After acknowledging the unusual and spontaneous reception. Wash ington at once plunged into earnest denunciation of the wrongs which he claimed were being perpetrated upon the black...

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. — 11 October 1904

INDIANS AND THE ARMY. The Old Time Officers Were the Red skirs' Best Friends. Washington Post. "The best friend the Indian ever had was the old time regular army officers." said T. P. Montgomery, a cattle raiser of Miles City, Mont., the other day. "and incidentally the best friends the young cub officer had was the old time Indian. I have lived in Montana. Nebraska and Idaho ractically all my life, and I saw and took part in many of the Indian cam paigns of twenty and thirty years ago. During the Indian wars I saw hun dreds of things to prove to me the bonds of friendship existing between the boy officer and the wily old In dian even when the latter was on the warpath. "In the summer of 1876. about the time of Custer and the Little Big Horn, I was in Montana. The chey- I enne Sioux were giving the settlers trouble, and two troops of cavalry had been sent after them and were encamped on what is now my own ranch. The old officers at the time had a habit of sending out a lieuten ant w...

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. — 11 October 1904

PURELY PRONAL The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Rev. S. H. Zimmerman went to Rock Hill yesterday morning. Rev. J. H. Graves went to Green ville yesterday morning. Mr. C. E. Bell of Augusta spent Sunday in Newberry. Mr. D. B. Bowers of Prosperity returned to Newberry college this week. Rev. W. L. Seabrook returned from Atlanta yesterday. Miss Euphemia McClintock came up from Columbia and spent yester day in the city. Mr. Thomas Johnson returned on Friday from Baltimore and Washing ton. Hon. H. H. Evans went to Colum bia yesterday to attend a meeting o the dispensary board. VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT. A colored' boy, known as Frost Brown, who was working in the New berry hotel as bell-boy, stole twenty dollars from the housekeeper on Sunday night. He was arrested, but he produced the - stolen money and was not prosecuted. Mr. O. B. Simpson has accepted a position as labaratory assistant at Newberry college. He will also take a special course of study. ...

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. — 14 October 1904

tAft VOL. XL. NO. 10. NEWBERRY. S. C.. FRIDAY OCTOBER 14. 1904 TWICE A WEEK, $1.50 A YEAR SALUDA KILLING. White Men Fight With Shotguns M. M. Morse Dead and W. L. Henderson Injured. Monday night near Richardsonville, in the western part of Saluda coun ty. M. M. Morse was shot and in stantly killed, and W. L. Henderson was wounded in the right hand, in the left arm, and sprinkled with shot in other parts of the body. Both parties were white and the N capons used were shotgun-,. Just how the affair was started and who did the shooting which resulted so tragically will probably never be straightened out. It is known that bad blood has existed between the dead man and Henderson, and each has been carrying a shotgun for the other for some time. Several days ago as'Henderson was traveling the road by Morse's home Morse came out with a gun, and get ting the drop on Henderson, proceeded to abuse him in the most violent man ner. Morse, it will be recalled, is the man whose home was shot into...

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. — 14 October 1904

G,ENERPAL NEWS NOTE.S. Items of Mor or Less Interest Con densed Throughout the State. A dispatch from Mukden states that the Russians have driven in the Jap anese positions all along the line. The Czar reviewed the Ba!tic fleet at Reval last week and it sailed for Liban. John Collingshead, the English au thor and journalist, is dead, at the sge of 77. Henry B. Metcalf, who was vice presidential candidate on the pro hibition ticket in igoo, died at his home in Pawtucket, on Monday. The headquarters for Thomas E. Watson, populist candidate for pres ident, were opened on Tuesday at the Hoffman house in New York city. Fifteen hundred miners, employed by the Massilon coal company, went on a strike on Tuesday, and have de termined to continue a fight to en force their demands for higher wages. Henry H. Rodgers is being sued by the receivers of the Bay State Gas company, of Massachusetts for three million dollars. Cont-aband of war, including ma terial to make powder. will be car ried by 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. — 14 October 1904

HINDIPO THE NEW NERVE TONIC AND KIDNEY CURE. Cleanses the Kidneys and Bladder, purifies the Blood. Puts Flesh on thin people. Strengthens the Nerves. Clears the Brain. Cures Nervous Debility, lnomnla, Failing Memor-. Restores the Vim, Vigor, Vitai and Strength of Youth In both weak Men and Women. This New Remedy works like Magic, but is ab solutely harmless. Weigh yourself before taking. PrIc% 50 -ts. 12 boxes, $5.00 by mall. We wil cheerfully refund 'the money It you are not benefitted. Try It and be convinced. Kuropatkin to the Czar. Alukden and all Points North, September 24. Dear Nick: Are we democrats? I hope for the best, but the symp toms are agin us. For instance: We are unpopular-a la the demo cratic party. We don't seem able to accomplish anything practica -another strong resemblance. Nobody takes us sericusly-demo cratic symptom No.. We're getting it in the neck with marked regularity-No. 4. We talk about huge reinforcements that never materialize-No. 5. Nick tell me the ...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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