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FIRE DESTROYS RESIDEN(E.
Handsome Residence of Mr. J. L. Wis
of ProspeAty, Destroyed by Fire
Prosperity, March 9.-The hand
some home of Mr. J. L. Wise in lower
Main street was destroyed by fire
Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. As
soon as the fire was discovered th.y
telephone for aid, but the flames were
then beyond control. The origin of
the fire is unknown. The entire house
hold goods were lQst, among the
being family records dating back for
more than 100 years. The house and
contents were parziaily covered by
insurance. The homes of the entire
town have been thrown open to thea
in their hour of need. Mr. Wise
a prominent citizen or Prosperity, be
ing connected with the Pros.perity
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wise request me.
through The Herald and News, to ex
tend thanks to their friends who ha
sa kindly come to their aid.
Dr. and Mrs. G. Y. Hunter spent
Monday in Columbia.
Miss Rose Herbert tas returned to
Newberry, after a visit to her cousin,
Miss Mary Langford.
Miss Edna Fellers is home for a few
days en route to Union, where she has
accepted a position as trimmer f
one of the big department stores
Miss Helen Lathan left Wednesday
for Columbia for a few days' stay.
Messrs. J. B. Lathan and J. H. wise,
of Little Mountain, were in town Tues
Mrs. W.- A. McLean and children
have returned to Bl nmrwood, after a I
visit to Mr. McLean's father, Judge:
B. B. Hair.
Mr. S. S. Birge. spent the week-end
at the Wise hotel.
Miss Bessie Nicar leaves today for
her home in Salem, Va., after spend
ing a month with her friend, Miss
Mr. L. A. Black has gone to the
Northern markets for his spring stock:
Mr. Tom Berley spent Monday and
Tuesday in Newberry.
Miss Annie Mae 13edenbaugh, of
Kibler's, is visiting Miss Werts.
Mr. J. P. Luther, of Columbia, spent
Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.1
R. L. Luther.
Mr. H. L. Rawl is spending this
week at his old home in Lexington.
Mrs. C. M. Harmon spent Thursday
in Newberry, the guest of Mrs. Clar
Quite a number of our citizens will
attend the meeting of the chamber of
commerce in Newberry tomorrow.
There ~will be a citizens meeting of
school district No. 14 in city hall
Wednesday night, March 15.
Following is the program which
will be given by the Ladies Aid so
ciety of Grace Lutheran church Fri
day evening., March 10, at 8 o'clock.
Admission 10c. and 15c.:
1. Instrumental solo-Mrs. Qua
2. Recitation-Miss Ruth Hunter.
3. Song-Mr. Quattlebaum and MIiss
Play.-Why they never married.
Characters.-Mary Lizzie Wise, Carl
Fellers, Lena Wise, Robert Counts,1
Grace Burton. Walter Wise, Marie
Kohn, Jim Long. Jessie Lorrick, Joe
Long, Aldera Wheeler. Pierce Scott,
Mamie Lee Taylor, Johnnie Langford.
Instrumental Solo-Mrs. J. '*F.
Recitation-Miss Julia Schumpert.
Song-Misses Ca.iro Wyche and Les
Recitation-Miss Della Bowers.
Music-Mrs. J. F. Browne.
Tableau-Development of the Amer
1. Indian Girl-Mrs. J... C. Schum-j
2. Colonial Girl-Miss Kate Thomp
3. Girls 1776-Misses Groseclose
4. Girl 1830-Miss Bowers.
5. Blue and Gray-Misses Taylor
and Delia Bowers.
6. Belle of Saratoga-Miss Bobb.
7. Yatching Girl-Miss Mary Lizzie
8. Motor Girl-Miss Harmon.
9. Trained Nurse-Miss Julia
10. Riding Girl-Miss Fellers.
11. Seashore Girl-Miss Lathan.
12. School Teacher-Mrs. M. C.
13. Golf Girl-Miss Hawkins.
14. Hobble Girl-Mrs. Hunter.
15. Prettiest Girl of all-Miss Ellen
Gentlemen--Dr. 0. 13. Simpson, Mr.
A. B. Wise. Mr. Paul Adams.
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* NEWBERRY COLLEGE. *
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Tho " -'e wi'1 start the baseball'
sesa"- i' a game between:
Cm-9 and the (7)
Axes S ovgaard.
The $50,003 00 Hand
lubia league ream next Tuesday, President-W. (
Mrch 14. The big boys have had one Excelsior Qratc
mnth's practice and are showing up "The Nation's It
fie. All of the town fans that have Debate. Resolve
sen the boys working out predict for carrying on inte
Nwerry the fastest dielding team required to have
tht has ever playet upo:1 the college Afiirmative, Ph
amond. Eidson is doing some good Finck, captain; G
rld in the box and will be in better erts, debaters.
trm than last year. With him or Negative, Exce
ting and Timmons each of whom Captain; C. H. K
ha steam, plenty of curves and good debaters.
hed work. Hazel is in his good old Rel
fom behind .the bat, which means Philomathian I
tht n.o opposing tea.m will do any Pay.inger-"Life
be-stealing against Newberry this I.
yer. Slim Wright is well able to Phrenakosmian
tae care of first sack and gets thenm trea-"American
anwhere anybody else can. Second Crime."
se will be taken care of by Adams Dcso f.u
rReentsjerna either one of whomni Decisio -R ofju
wil get all that come that way. Pete Snearman, L. M.
ozer will be on shortstop and it is cher, J. B. Smeltt
a ell known fact that Pete can pick Last Sunday a:
pgrounders like a leaguer. Back ing were elected
eltzer is back on third again this C. A.:
er working in grand style. President, A. I
he outfielders w11l be hard to pick Vice-.President,
rm among Neal. Perritt. Dick Floyd, Secretary, E. 0
.K. Wise, Mack Johnstone, Daven- Treasurer, J. B.
ot and Keitt, all of whom are good, A series of life
ad hitters. Manager Cavender will ranged for the I
bnf Fie Fulenwider along with his March and four
sad from Columbia and all Newber- the following subj
yfans will be glad to see this old .ministry, busines
fred, who coached the boys 'here a M. C. A. directo
tle while last y'ear. Voigt, of Charlest
his is the first time since 1906 that Prof. W. H. Na
werry has peen able to get the Co- teaching, and Mr.
labia team up here, and give base- M. C. A. in Colux
al lovers a chance to see them work. directorship. Th(
he schedule of games is about livered in the Y.
cplete for this season. and is as Jcollege 2.30 p. I
olows- cordially invited.
arch 14, Columbia at Newberry- At a recent mi
arch 17, College of Chareston at board of editors
arleston. elected: Editor-in
arch 18, Citadel at Charleston. assistant editor-i:
arch 31, Wofforn at Newberry- lentine. Literary
pril 1, Wofford at Newberry- Kibler, A. N. Kit
pril 7, College of Charleston a t trea. Exchange
wberry- alumni editor, J.
pril 10, Citadel at Newberry- tics, W. O. Perritt
pril 14, Clemson at Clemson. er; Y. M. C. A.,
pril 15, Clemson at Clemson. ness manager, J.
pril 17. Furman at Greeaville. ant business man
pril 21. Erskiue at Due W\est. These editors
pril 22, Erskine at Due West. April 1, and serv(
pril (date not fixed) Presbyterian
Cllege at Newberry.
Aril (date not fixed), Presbyterian
Colege at Clinton.ThSte.th
ay 12, Furman at Newberry. Gov. Blease ha
The alumni and friends of Newberry the measur.e prov
lege are loojking forward with thel gation of the dis:
os to the Matrch debate, which will: He has the act
benext Friday, March 17. The program and has made no
willbe:to whether he wil
~.Cobb. Jr. * * * * * * *
--A. N. Kieffer. Jr.*
manity." * SCINTIL
d, '1nat corporations *
rstate commerce be ByE i
federal charters. a
eiaksmi!an: G. E. * * * * * * *
H. Hipp, M. E. Rob-I An exchange a
windy?" The wi
Isior-C. P. Barre,1 which gives the s
repsi M. B. Hendrix,RokHlHead
)uttat. Georgetown hAs
~ssyit-MssJ~i~. bo'ard streets mat
hat-Ms Y ou se out, and shaded
is W a Yo Ma etrees.-Georgetow l
OraorH. . e-throw banana pe
Erar-HaS.ce- ment sidewalks?
V. liouseal, A. W.
Wie~. Ernest Dos
ternoon the follow-I
fficers of the Thqesio.o
. H. Ballentiqe. aiae n ti
F. Doscher. homnsaea
Smeltzer.ithol ntbe i
talks has been ar-wodpplar
.st two Sundays in peadte i
sundays in April on piiee oe
cts: Law, medicine, Junl hti
s, teacher, and Y. jb l vrteS
rship. Dr. A. G.
on, on the ministry; ITi sn oi
d. of Columbia, on coki u fs
Stralton, of the Y.ptsbsnesm
abia, on Y. M. C. A.Psofcs,e.,a
se talks will be de- glt h iyc
. C. A. hall'at thegehrItioua
. All friends arebealwdtru
eting of the Stylus
the following were PO.W I R
-chief, A. L. Gunter;
a-chief, G. H. Bal
editors, Miss Era CesnBadP
ffer, Jr., H. S. Pe- uistao
editor, R. H. Folk;
B. Ballentine, athle-ClsoCleg
styloid, W. A. Ris-Clmobarof
H. A. Counts; busi- rglrssin
B. Smeltzer; assist-mebrbinp
ager, J. B. Bailey. ls ih,ad a
will go into office
for one year. Temte ft
Act Held UP. It. or lce
Snot -as yet signed be cigpei
iring for an investi-1, 90. Po. i
~ensary commission.' nteCesnf
under consideration ~ endrco
lenit sttem nt Tse; laiest of te
1 sin it ation norenorkin
-d, the Greatest
Swill be at
ks: "Why is March
with oak and elm
Times. Do people On Saturday i
lings on your ce- glaS front piC
One to a custe
te Hospital associa- good. Smalle
hard to raise the _________
l.What! One in The Folio
closin teGen1 19 X50 inch Tow,
cloingtheGren- 26 inch Hair Rc
n Sunday is being, 13 inch Galvanize
surprising to find. Silk Four-in-Han
vorable 'to it. And 20 doz. latest sty]
irprising for Green- "Gold Medal" TI
Schurch-going peo- 12od yds Linon Tr
rh to extend these
rybody.-Grenwood Birthday Brass C
the way it ought to Toilet Soap, best
Ltre. Search Light Mai
:- Leatheroid Chair
matter: The town 7 cakes "Fancy!
iking order, and itj 874 inch "Acorn'
a to inconvenience. Big value in Emb
-e run on time. Re- DobeK eHo
euortha it shoud 12 Quart Enamel
in such a slipshoa
See our line
GGS and save you
lADE PRESIDENT customer Satul
eased With His Ad
n of A ffairs. Buy fr
, March 7.-The
rustees met here in
11 en aft 8to'lock A n d
jcurned this after
.e presidency of the
up last night an:ipsiinofpesdn
to the presidencypoionfpridt
itt Riggs, who has but had been made a
eiet since January Iwithout his knowledge
ggs, who has been acting president seema
:ulty since 1896, and vinced the board so f
of the engineeringr the man for the presidi
colege since 1901, lege that they eiected
appliant for +1' lv. anr1 hre thnh re'n"'
The $13,000.00 Violin.
Axel Skovgaard. '
rs and Fames
eoffer 16x20, 4 inch moulding, 50cl
ures at the low price of ---
mer. They are all new, and 'subjects
rsizes at 10c. to 25c.
ing Should Interest You:
id Wash Pan.......................weo
s Collars and Jabots, each.... .... .... roc
th Picks, none better, 3 boxes.... ..... Ic
rchon Lace just in, yd............... 2%cI
hes, 3 boxes.......... ........ ......weo
eats, all sizes......................weo
oap" ............................. 25c
Jardineres, just in, each ............. 20C
oidery, per yard............... .... Io
, 7 to 9%4 size, pr..................wIo
id Water Bucket................ --3oc
of hair goods. Can match any shade
oney. A useful souvenir for every;
m us and save the difference.
rson 10Oc. Co..
f the college, his engineering work has accepted the
ting president' new positon.
His work as Thus the question which has been
to have con- uppermost for over a year is settled'
Llly that he is and everybody looks forward to an
icy of the col- administraLion of gr'eater usefulness
~m unanimous- and service in all ph.ases of Clem