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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 21 October 1904

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mrs. Motte of Vilmington, N. C.. who has been visiting friends in this city, has returned home. Miss Gussie Dickert is visiting friends in Columbia. Congressman Wyatt Aiken of Ab beville was in the city for a short time this week. Dr. A. J. Bowers is in Savannah. Mrs. W. E. Pelham is visiting friends and relatives in New Or leans. Mr. Robert Norris. general agent for the Pacific Mutual Life Insurance company, is attending a convention of the general and special agents of that company in St. Louis. He was accompanied by Mr. H. C. Lorick. Mrs. J. W. Humbert of Ridgeville, spent several days this week with the family of Col. E. H. Aull. Major R. H. Welch of Columbia was in the city on Tuesday. Miss Effie Sheppard of Edgefield. who has been visiting Miss Lizzie Griffin in this city, returned home on Tuesday. Miss Varina Feagle of Little Mountain is visiting the Misses Dav idson in Newberry. Mr. W. 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. — 25 October 1904

VOL. XL. NO. 107. NEWBERRY. S. C.. TUESDAY OCTOBER 25. 1904 TWICE A WEEK, S1.50 A YEAR DEMOCRATS. The Campaign Managers Look Fc 256 Electorial Votes For Parke New York, October 24.-The lates estimates of the democratic campaig managers give Judge Parker 25 votes in the Electorial College. c 17 more than sufficient to elect hin The democratic managers are certai that Parker will carry eleven of th so-called doubtful states. In add tion to these the democratic cand date will have the solid 151 vote from the south. Here is the list of doubtful state that are expected to give their vot to Parker, together with the electoi al vote of each: Electora .States Vote; New Jersey .-i... .. ...I New York 3....-.....-..3 Connecticut..... --.--.--. Delaware. .. . --. Maryland.......-..-..-. West Virginia........ Indiana.. . .--.. . I Montana-......--.--.-. Colorado. --.--.--.--.--. Idaho...--...-.--.-.--. Wyoming......... --.--. Total.. -- .. --IC The democratic managers asser that there are many ...

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. — 25 October 1904

4GNk2tAL NEWS NOTES 4 'rhancr..w e ate Items of Mor or Less Interest Con densed Throughout the State. Mayor McCarthy of Richmond, Va., has caused a considerable sensa tion by severely arraigning the po lice force of the entire city for al lowing one of the theatres to become dangerously overcrowded. The president this week issues a call to the powers for another peace conference at the Hague. It is ex pected that most of the leading na tions will respond. The date will be fixed later. Ex-President Grover Cleveland presidede at a mass meeting on Sat urday at Madison Square Garden in New York. He made a speech which wac the only one he was sched uled to make during the entire cam paign. The secretary of the treas ury also spoke. - Two freight trains on the Pennsyl vania division of the New York Cen tral, collided, in New York, and three men were killed, with many others injured. Miss Isaphene Hillhouse, daughter of the illustrious poet of that name, was found dead in her bed, at her h...

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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. — 25 October 1904

Full Arm I'll make "Rome I sire and a deterrr tory. I have and other store in thi. nothing entice yc beat my prices is berry. It's afact goods, the kind ti them reliable goo PJOCI A.Ia SA In Portly Patterns and all colors, BLACK DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. A fifty foot display of fine black Dress Goods . It will pay you to come here and let us save you money. A big lot of fine Black Dress Goods not a yard in the lot worth less than 35, 40 and 5o cents a yard, all piled on a big table, your choice for 25 cents the yard. 250 pieces of fine Black Dress Goods worth every cent of 65, 75 and 85 cents, take your choice as long as they hold out for 49 cents a yard. All $1.oo, $1.25 and $i.5o Fine Black Goods cut to 89 cents the yard. These "CUT" prices and hun dreds of others have never been "MET" by the other fellows. N E 0c T A ,/ T *.. . UNDERWE, Mimnaugh owns direct from the Don't buy your trunk just ret Tel1 Y U ied and E( ow!A" WiLh low prices ination to make this I will sell you all kin ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 25 October 1904

Z. H. AULL, RDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25. The American Farmer. This is an agricultural paper pub lished monthly at fifty cents a year The Herald and News has one hun <red subscriptions to this paper fo one year which we propose to giv to our subscribers as long as the: last. After they are out we can sen( this paper to you for 25 cents for on year. Our proposition is to give thes, 100 subscriptions, one to each nev subscriber for one year an( and one to each old sub scriber who pays as much as one dol lar and a half on his subscription First come, first served. This is rare oportunity to secure a good ag ricultural paper one year for nothing After the .ioo subscriptions whict we propose to give away are exhaust ed the offer of 25 cents extra remains Samples of the paper may be had b: calling at the office. We have neve pushed clubbing arrangements bu this strikes us as a good offer t( those who want an agricult...

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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. — 25 October 1904

Dr. Cromer at Buffalo. The Luther League Review for October, together with a fine half tone cut of Dr. Geo. B. Cromer, has the following to say of the address which he delivered before the con vention of the Luther Leagu, of America at its meeting in Buffalo some time ago: Mr.'George B. Cromer, LL. D., for mer president of Newberry college, delivered an address on "Some Car dinal Points." Dr. Cromer's humor at the beginning of his address was much enjoyed. To his subject he spoke in part as follows: In the church where you are hold ing your sessions are banners re cording a marvellous history of "day before yesterday," "yesterday" and "today." What of tomorrow? A pastor down in South Carolina-not a Lutheran pastor--tells a story of his baptizing some regroes. To make sure that the sacrament should be administer:d in an orderly manner he had the candidates meet him on the preceding Saturday for a re hearsal. "Now," he said, pointing to the first boy, "when I ask you to morrow what yo...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 25 October 1904

WALKER WRIGHT ACQUITTED Imeresting Case Tried in Laurens Many Witnesses Testified. 'ke State. Laurens, October 22.-The trial of 1. Walker Wright, superintendent of the Clinton Cotton mill, charged with perjury developed the most interest img case heard at this term of the criminal court. The trial was begun Wednesday afte-rnoon and nearly all of Thursday was taken up in the itearing of testimony. The argu raents were immeditately begun wah the conclusion of the examination 01 witnesses, W. C. Irby, Jr.. leading off for the prosecution. He was fol lowed by F. P. McGowan and W. R. Richey of counsel for the defense. Yesterday morning B. A. Morgan of Greenville closed for the defense and Solicitor Sease for the state. After the court's charge the jury retired at [r:20 with the case and after de bating 35 minutes a verdict of not guilty was returned. The state put up 14 witnesses, all present or former operatives of the Clinton Cotton mills, while the de fense introduced 30, comprising t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 25 October 1904

COLUMBIA SEMINARY. Synod Votes For Removal to Atlan ta-Warm Arguments. The State. Clinton, Oct. 20.-Synod met un 'der cooler skies this morning, but a burning question, the proposed re moval of Columbia seminary to At lanta, keeps things warm. Devotional exercises and minor matters of busi ness were first dispatched. Reports on publication and Sunday school work and 'on the address of Dr. Hemphill were received. The question of the removal of the seminary was then taken up. Motion to limit speeches to 30 minutes, except those of the signers of the majority and minority reports, was carried. W. F. Stevenson moved the adoption of the majority report. J. C. Scott as a substitute, moved the adoption of the minority report and the battle was joined. Rev. W. G. Neville spoke in behalf of majority report. He said: "The removal would not change the rela tions of the synod to the seminary, that there were no moral or legal obstacles, that a moral obligation to remove the institution did e::i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 25 October 1904

movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mr. G. F. Wearn is in the city. Miss Ellie Huiet is in Columbia. Mr. W. F. Zeagler of Orangeburg in the city. Mr. L. B. Aull of Dyson was in the yesterday. r. H. C. Holloway went to Co bia yesterday. rs. B. R. Martin is visiting friends Prosperity. Mrs. H. B. Wells is visiting rela tive6 in Columbia. Mr. T. J. McCrary has returned from a short trip to New York. Misses Lucy and Eugenia Epps are attending a wedding in Lowndesville. The Rev. N. N. Burton preached at Kinards on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Coates ot Vaughanvil'e, spent some day, this week with relatives in Helena. Mr. Columbus C. McWhirter of Cfiarleston, was in the city last week, visiting among relatives. Di. J. A. B. Scherer returned yes terday from Charleston, where he preached on Sunday. Mrs. E. M. Long, who has been visiting relatives in this city, returned to her home at Iva on Friday. President W. G. Childs of Colum bia was in the city for some ti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 28 October 1904

VOL. XL. NO. 107. NEWBERRY. S. C.. FRIDAY OCTOBER 28. 1904 TWICE A WEEK, S1.50 A YEAR RODJESVENSKY'S REPORT. Denies Firing on Trawlers-Thought He Saw Japanese Torpedo Boats. London, October 27.-Admiral Rodjesvensky's report on the firing' on the game-cock fleet in the North sea, has been received by Count Ben kerdorff, the Russian ambassador, and handed to the foreign British secretary, Lord Lansdowne. The admiral states that he never had any intention of firing against the trawlers. If a stray shot hit any one of them he says it was en tirely accidental. He says the traw lers were early noticed by the Russian -fleet as it passed the Bogger bank, and among the trawlers the Russian officers observed two steamers mov ing at high speed which looked exact ly like torpedo boats. Rodjesvensky concluded that' they were torpedo boats and says that it is his impres sion that the squadron fired only against these two ships. One of these foreign torpedo boats disappeared di rectly after the fi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 28 October 1904

GENERPAL NEWS NOTES Items of Mor or Less Interest Con densed Throughout the State. The supreme court of the United States decided on Wednesday against Auguste Heinze it the celebrated copper case. Senator Fairbanks has begun his tour of Ohio, and has already made a record of twelve speeches per day, as in other state campaigns. Frank Gustafson, a man in the New York prison, sentenced to death for wife-murder, committed suicide on Tuesday by strangling himself. Forest fires are raging in several parts of Georgia, and the state is losing much valuable timber. The jury in the McCue murder case has been drawn after much trouble, and this week the trial is progress ing. A brother of the defendant has been thus far the principal witness. The St. Paul police arrested Carl R. Kipp on Tuesday, first cashier of the national bank of Saratoga Springs, N. Y., who has been wanted some time for embezzlement. Fred G. Matthews, a prisoner under life sentence at Fort Wayne, was shot and killed by a p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 28 October 1904

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 28 October 1904

H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28. The Amendments. In the general election the voters will be called on to vote upon four constitutional amendments, and un der the opinion of the attorney gen eral four separate boxes are to be provided so that each amendemnt is voted upon in a separate box. We notice the comptroller general has had something to say about the need of providing a special form for the election notice on account of the length of the notice prepared this year. The law now provides that the secretary of state shall prescribe the form oL the notice and this he has done. He has' copied the amendments to be voted upon and in this he is correct. Otherwise how would the voter be informed as to the nature of the amendment. The tickets do not give the information and we venture to say that very few of the voters know anything about the nature of the amendments except possibly the one providing for biennial ...

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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. — 28 October 1904

JIMMY ATHLETIC. Fire Him? Not Much-Resigned When He Liked, and Wel Recommended. The general manager of a big Ann street establishment late Saturday afternoon looked around the deserted office, carefully inspected the inside of his hat putting it on, called for the porter to make doors and shutters secure, and, accompanied by a be lated customer, started for Park Row. "Well, he's resigned," he remarked, with a sigh of relief. "Who?" inquired the customer, having in mind the junior partner. "The third assistant office boy," re plied the general manager, a note of joy in his voice. "He's gone at last, and I don't think he'll come back." "If you didn't want him why did n't you fire him?" queried the cus tomer. "I did-three times-but he would n't stay fired. It the limit. We got him six weeks ago, and the office has been in a turmoil ever since. He has a name, of course, but no one ex cept the paymaster knows it. He looks like a prizefighter in miniature and the first hour he was with us...

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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. — 28 October 1904

MY LADY VOTER. She Will Play an Important Part in The Coming Election. New York Telegram. The woman voter will play quite a part in the coming election. The campaigners are actively bidding for her support in Colorado, Utah, Wyo ming and Idaho. "We are looking after the women of these four states," says a member of the republican na tional executive committee. "as care fully as we are the men in some of the doubtful states." That. indeed, is a fact insignificant of the future. Not long ago such a statement would have been regard ed as a joke, so marked would have been its unreality. Amid national and municipal corruption the advent of the woman voter should be full of healthful promise.. It is a long step forward. The condition of wo man's influences the morals, manners and character of the people of all countries. So this great gift to her, only in the beginning of its benefi cence, will bring a mutual benefit. If woman shapes the character of a nation she should be trusted to lend...

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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. — 28 October 1904

PROF. CLARK'S READING. Most Favorable Criticism Evoked By His Dramatic Ability. Grand Rapids (Mich.) Herald. Professor S. H. Clark of the Uni versity of Chicago gave a reading of Stephen Phillips' "Ulysses," before an audience composed almost entirely of teachers in the public schools of this city; also members of the board and others interested in educational matters. Professor Clark is a dramatic read er of great intellectual force, keen, interpretive insight, strong power, and withal, is gifted with that sub tle element called, for lack of a bet ter term, magnetism. Professor Clark's voice is also of a rich, well modulated quality, which expressed the various shades of emotion and de grees of passion with equal ease and effectiveness. Mr. Clark is notably free from af fectation of mannerisms, and he is at all times simple, direct, and nat ural. Stephen Phillips' "Ulysses" is strongly dramatic, yet Mr. Clark's rendering was never overacted. He was at no time inclined to "tear a pa...

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. — 28 October 1904

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mrs. R. H. Welch of Columbia is visiting friends in this city. Personal Mention. ...... ....... Miss Lenore Broaddus is visiting friends in Columbia. Advertising agents for the Gentry shows Were in Newberry this week. Miss Mazie Dominick is visiting friends in Columbia. Mr. Lewie Lane has returned to Newberry after spending some time in northern cities. Airs. Augy Caldwell, who has been visiting friends in Newberry, returned to her home at Prosperity this week. Sheriff M. M. Buford had a pleas ant trip in the Whitmire section at the first of the week. Mr. R. E. Taylor. representative of the Eastern Manufacturing company, is visiting friends in this city. Miss Lucile Dickert is visting friends in Columbia. It was rumored in the city yester day that the game of football be tween Clemson and Sewanee at Co lumbia today resulted in a victory for Sewanee by a score of 6 to 4. Many Newberrians will tak...

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 November 1904

VOL.~~~~~~ ~ XL. NO 0.'NWER.S ..1 94 IIEAWE RALLY DAY. A Pleasant and Profitable Day at Trinity-Recitations by the Children-Addresses. The editor had the pleasure of at tending rally day at Trinity in No. 6 on Sunday and mingling with the good people of this section. The Methodist church in the south has set aside one Sunday in the year to be known as Rally Day for foreign missions. This was the day observed at Trinity on Sunday. Rev. T. E. Beard is the pastor of this church. Next Sunday the day will be ob served at Lebanon and the Sunday following at New Chapel. A morning and evening service was held at Trinity on Sunday. At the morning session an interesting pro gram was rendered by the children and a strong and eloquent address de livered on missions by Dr. George B. Cromer. After an intermission of an hour for dinner Mr. H. M. Henry made a fine talk showing the necessity and the dut- to engage in foreign mission work. He was followed by Pastor Beard who said he had been in the m...

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. — 1 November 1904

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of Mor or Less Interest Con densed Throughout the State. The state department has instruct ed United States Consul Norton to demand of the Panama government more vigorous action looking to the punishment of Rev. Mr. Labaree's as sassins. The war department Ifas ordered a medical board to examine Capt. George W. Kirkman, Twenty-nfth infantry, with a view to determing his sanity. The Anglo-Russian compcatioi growing out of the shelling of Brit ish fishing boats by the Russian Bal tic fleet. has been settled peacably by arbitration. A court of commission ers has been appointed or rather is being appointed at present, to look into the affair thoroughly and to fix the blame upon the proper authori ties. It is said that war was narrow ly averted. Chairman Cowherd, of the demo cratic congressional committee is sued a statement on Saturday claim ing 225 seats for the democrats in the next house. The democrats, he said, will profit by the dissensions in the republic...

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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. — 1 November 1904

THE PERFERCT WOMAN. A Japanese Folk Tale That Gives t - Native Ideal. In a current magazine Madai Calla J. Harrison relates the follo ing Japanese folk-tale as illustrati the native ideal of perfect womo hood: ' Kesa filled the eighteen requii ments of a beautiful woman. Moi over. she was peerless in charac1 as well. Before her and her. Iov< husband. Wataru. life seemingly bh stretched a long. happy road to M( ito, a neighboring samurai, whc evil eye fell upon Kesa. and coveted her with all his soul. I wished Kesa for his wife, but wh Wataru lived this could not be wi honor. But an enemy's life was b a small hindrance-one stroke of t keen samurai sword and Kest cot be free. So, Morito reasoned a pressed this plan upon Kesa's c mother, who in turn pleaded with h daughter, till Kesa found herself t tween two fires, filial versus conjug love and duty. At last, after bitter weeping, s consented and plans were laid. ( a certain night Wataru would retu from a journey and after his ba w...

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