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NEWBERRY TIES CLEMSON.
Great Game on Clemson Diamond
Lort to Furman-A Good Strong
Team Is Newberry.
The ha-c ea:' te:n . Neuterry
ien i prminence i te Season
,tr.onge-t clzege teams in the state.
the Team ha played three games so
far. The nr-t was on the local dia
mond. the Presbyterian aggregation
from Clinton being made to bite the
dust. The second game was played
with Furman. in Greenville. on Fri
day. when Newberry Ist by a score
of S to o. The third game was with
the Clemson "Tigers.* on the Clem
son diamond. on Saturday afternoon.
the result being a tie -2 to 2.
Clemson since its establishment has
alwas had one of the strongest col
iegre teans in the So:th and has won
high distinct;on in base hall circles
through out the contry. A tie game
with Clemson on the Clemson dia
mond especially ts. thereore. a dis
tinct vict,)ry f-r Newberry. Newber
ry has always played Clemson close
and interesting games. but has here
tofore lost by a very narrow margi
each time. So that the game with
Clemson on Saturday strongly tends
to establish the fact that Newber
ry college has the best ball team in
her history and clearly establishes
the fact that it is one -rf the very best
in the state.
The Furman Game.
The game with Furman. played in
Greenville on Friday afternoon, was
close and interesting tip to the eighth
inning. Crouch was in the box for
Newberry to the eighth inning. when
his arm weakened and several scores
were let in for Furman. Simpson
pitched the remainder of the game.
Laval was in the box for Furman.
Laval did best work for Furman.
For Newberry Olney did brilliant
work in centre field. and Fulmer
caught a good steady game. while the
whole team in the main fielded sure
Tied Clemson Tigers.
Undoubtedly one of the best games
among those to be played this season
was that at Clemson on Saturday af
ternoon. resulting :n a score of 2 to 2.
The line-up of the teams was as
Newberry-Simpson. p: Fulmer. c:
Harms. ib; Holloway. 2b: Taylor. 3b:
Owen. ss: Oley. rf: Riser. ci: Cole
Clemson-Sitton. p: M\awell. c:
Caldwell, tb: McKinney. 2b: Rodgers,
3b: Goggans. ss: Wier. rf; Dendy, cf:
Clemson made her first score in the
fnrst inning. Dendy. the first man up
for Clemson hitting the first pitched
ball to centre field for a home run.
But that didn't jar the Newberry
boys the very least. They long
ago got over what little fright they
might have had for the "terrible
The score remained Ito o in favor
of Clemson until the fifth inning.
when Coleman. for Newberry, hits
hard to Rogers. who throws wild
to nirst. and Coleman is safe! He
steals second. Harms sacrifices him
to third, and Holloway brings him to
the home plate in the sarme way.
Dendy, for Clemson, gets a three-base
hit between center and right; Rod
gers. pops out to Harms: Weir bunts
to pitcher and is out at first, but
Dendy scores. Alaxwell gets a
three-base hit. but Caldwell is Out
to Taylor. Score at end of the fifth
inning: 2 to 1 in tavor of Clemson.
Thus the score remained until the
eighth inning, when Newberry tied the
score. In the eighth Owen gets to
Dress Goods, Notio
A nice Jine of the late:
together with trimming
lection of Waist Goods
My notions are comt
including the novelties
Ladies', Misses and
most approved style:
with the greatest care
Hats. A nice line of H
Baby Caps, sweet an
The public is invited1
line of goods before Pu
IProsperity, S. C.
tirst in what wught to be a hit. btt is
a hard err-ir to Caldwell : Riser gets
a beauty .ver ir-t. ()wen gong ti
hird ..n errr t- right ielder. al(
ing 4n er, Ir t Naxwell. thlu, tic
rcRi-.cl C. 11- ;;t I'll I
icke bhd!. h 1: :he umpiLre e- !.t
h ice.k and ea!!, Riser aut at hi me
In, the nh inning Co:e4''n was in
the ar and Sittn went out of the
b.,x. Dendly taking his place. The
sc(ore remained a tie at the end tf the
ninth. and then fir another inning.
with Simpson beginning to warm
In the tenth Hlarms is up andI gets
a pretty zing!e: Hiloway repeats the
performance in a beatiiful bunt:
Owen is hit hard by a pitched ball:
Ri-er get- a beautiful singde. and
r- --th ree of Them --coie in so fast.
;11Ilbed bv an erro-r of the catcher.
that Coach Holland has thrce stpa
rae _ns .mltaneously. No men
(wn and only a few minutes to play.
I having been agreed too 'tp the
.e a. . . o as tio allow the New
berry team to catch the train. The
next fhree men are instructed to
strike out and Clemson comes to the
bat. but the time is up and the score
giles back to) the ninth inning-2 to 2.
Runs. Clemson 2, Newberrv 2:
errors. Clemson 6. Newberry ;:
struck otit. by Clemson 13. by New
berry 8: hits. Clemson 8. Newberry 4:
home runs. Dendv for Clemson:
three-base hits. Dendy and Maxwell:
base on balls. by Simpson 3.
Apology For Victory?
The Anderson Daily Mail says that
when seen by a representative of The
Daily Mail at the union depot Sat
trday night Manager Setzler of the
Lutherans said that is was a clean.
sparty game. but voluntarily admitted
that Clemson was not tip to her usual
standard. and that if she had the re
suilts might have been quite different.
"Still. we feel that it was a victory
A Boy's Wild Ride for Life.
With family around expecting
him to die. and a son riding for. i8
miles. to get Dr. King's New Dis
coverv for Consumption. Coughs
and Colds' V. H. Drown, of Less
ille. Ind.. e.ied death's agonies
from asthma: but this wonderful
medicine gave instant relief and
soon cured him. He writes: "I
now sleep soundly every night."
Like marveldus cures of Consump
tion. Pneumonia. Bronchitis,
Coughs, Colds and Grip prove its
matchless merit for all Throat and
Lung troubles. Guaranteed bottles
5oc and Si.oo. Trial bottle free at
W. E. Pelham & Son.'s drug store.
will be moved into
its new gallery at ex
treme east end of Main
Street by the first of
The Studio will then
be atistically arrang
ed and better suited
than ever before to ac
s, Hats and Caps!
tstyles in Dress Goods,
~sto match. A fine se
lete in every respect,
of the season.
Children's Hats in the
. Trimmings selected
to match these pretty
ts for the small boys.
o come and inspect my
Mrs. S. W. Calmes.
This busy store has been prepat
casion. Every thing is ripe and re
nook and corner. This store brea
given. Tuesday morning shoppE
counties will be enthused-amazed
erto undreamed of
Great Easter Sale of
Never such a collection of Silks and Dress
Here you'will find Silks and Dress Goods re;
Looms offered ot prices that will cause wond<
the thousands from 50 miles around.
100 pcs Black Dress Goods 65c number E
50 pcs fine Black Brilliantine 40 in wide 6C
15 pcs 52 inch Sicillian The $1.25 kind ou
10 pcs Black Voile the good kind worth 45
15 pcs Voile in all colors a 50c number ou;
5 pcs 52 inch Voile a $2.00 number for Ea.
5 pcs 36 inch $1.25 Black Taffeta only 85c
5 pcs 36 inch $1.50 Black Taffeta only 98c
2 pcs 36 inch $1.75 Black Taffetta only $1
5 Bolts 36 inch Peau de Soie Silk a $2.00
1,000 yds fields Swisses and Dimity check
as they last at 12c.
1,000 yds madras gingham, long as it lasts i
50 bolts Persian Lawn a 35c number only
100 bolts 15c quality India Linen this week
The Finest Lot Embridei
we display This Week at Tempting Prices
500 bolts 15c all silk Ribbon in all colors I
HOSIERY 1,00 pair White Fooi
Yonly 12c apaiA. 2,(
Spreads at 74c each ask to see the uumber.
just opened for Easter Dress Trimming. Join
Cheapest Dry Goods Store
R. M. Cak
Don't forget to top;
dress your grain with
Cerealite. Now is the:
time to use itto obtain: Millin
best results, will double
yield. We also carry Wedne
in stock all grades of E
Guano and Acid, also Ver3
Kairit, Potash, NitratejespeCia
of Soda, etc. ____
SUMMER BROS. --
Xotice is hereby given that the fl
County Board of Supervisors of A~
Registration wvill from now on
meet in the Court House on every.
first Monday, except during a term I
of court, at which time the books
will be found open in the office of .
Clerk of Court John C. Goggans.I
Those having business with the N -
Board will please bear this in mind No m<
By~ order of the Board. t
Thos. J. Wilson, Chairman. t ions, oi
An election will be held1 at the led, a
G4.era Hous~e in the Town of New- i
lerry. S. C.. on the 12th clay of April. 'lIscriptiO
og, for an A!derman to, represent
W\ard 5. vice J. M. Guinn resignied. j cines.
The polls will be (pened( at 8 a. mn.
and closed at 4 p. mn. Jno. M. Taylor, cines .~
\\. R. Jones and F. H. Campsen are
hereby appi'intedl lanagers of saidl
Jno. \\~. Earhardt.
M \ayor of Newberry. S. C.
Th(o. (. Stewar;.
C . T.T. C. N.
T. S. Htudson is hereby announced
a candidate for Alderman from Ward .b
m o.ced J. M. Guin. resigned. I 22
-ing weeks and months for this oc
ady from top to bottom and every
thes the Easter spirit of bargains
rs of Newberry and surrounding
because we shall name prices hith
Silks and Dress Goods.
.oods. 'Tis impossible to describe their beauty
)resenting the choicest productions of the World
r to Newberry mcrchants and bring buyers by
aster price 25c a yd.
c number Easter price 30c a yd.
Easter price 69c a yd.
a yd our Easter price 45c.
Easter price 25c.
ter week only 99c.
24 a yd.
number our Easter price $1.12 1-2.
in Short Lengths worth from 16 to 30c yd Long
15c a yd.
es Ever Shipped South.
and Drop Stitch Ladies hosiery a 20c number
)00 Ladies Gauze Vests 10c kind 5c 100 Bed
$500 Dollars worth New. Dress Trimmings
the Shopper every day this week at Newberry's
V CASH STOHE
Prosperity, S. C.
ery Opening Tuesday and
sday, March 29 and 30.
body cordially invited,
Ily the ladies.
Fills Your I
atter who writes your prescrip
-what drugs are prescribed, we
hem xactly as they should be
ad at prices that will make pre
as cost you less than patent medi
Dur object is to give you medi- i
at will give you results.
MEDICINES THAT CURE.