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FOR THE RURAL LIBRAREES.
List of Books Adopted From Which Libra
ries Established Uuder The Aull Act
The State board of education has
adopted a list of !oo books from
which the rural libraries establish
ed under the recent At-111 Act may
choose. That the books purchased
by such liblraries must be selected
Irom this t will be noted by a let
ter which State Superimendem
Martin ha. -em t" the cOuIt su
perinte"Icnes inl which he tates
tllat anae ithe,ni,n :ch,Il
Furnish;ng c,npanV. Chie::g'.
told the boar that his company had
been ielliin bo.-ks. which were iiot
ado.-pted hy the state oard. Su
perintenidei, \lartin quotes the
law, which ,ay-s that "n1o pubb1eC
sCKl suipplies iall be purchased
by sChool (fteCers f,r uSC In thle pub
ic scools of any county in the State
excecpt Zu-c ; are authoie by
the state board t be sol.
The ollowing i- the list of books
authorized by the Noard. inciudiiig
over So worth, of books from
-which selection" ma be made. .\
cominee was appited to put
Chapman's Stores from South
Carolina Histr i ' the list as soon
as it is published
',TY!3RIZF-: LIST OF BOOX.
: Alice in
Wonderlad Gulliver's Travels:
Fifty Famou, Stories Retold: Old
C_reek Stories: Arabian Ni-hts:
Bow Wow an<l Mewx M-w : In lll frvin's
'Skelch ook: Ten lloys Who I.ived
on The Rward From L.n 'Ago to
No: Silas i:,rner: \icar of
W\ate: Pratt's Legends of The
Red Men; Tom Brown's School
Days: Rab and His Friend: Robin
son Crusoe: Nilliiamson's Life of
.ackson: Williamson's Life of Lee:
Stories From English Histoty
Biaisdell) : HIeroes of American
History : Carpenter's Series. -vol
umes. Europe. Asia. N. Amer.. S.
Amer.: Pearson's Stories of Bird
Life: Ste enson's Treasure Island:
Timrod's Poems: Painter's Poets!
of the South: Scudder's Life of
Washlington: Black Beauty: King
4- the Golden River: Last of the
'Mohicans : >urrv of Eagle st
Pilgrims Propress:- Thc Poy of
The Farm : Seven Little Sizters:
Wfood Folk at School: Ways of
Wood Folk : Secrets of the Voods:
Wilderness Wavs: Children of the
Paln Lands: I Qow Zach Came to
')llege: Some of Our Friends of
The Field: Weber's outhern
Poets: The Eugene Field Book:
Big P .eople of Other Lands,
SShaw) : Stories of Great Ameri
cans for Littie A-mericans. i Shaw) :
Aunt Martia's Corner Cupboard:
Stories of Colonial Children: The
Song ot Hiawt~atha : \'olumes I and
2: Stories of Industries, (Chase &
Claw ) : Vision of Sir Launfal:
, vanigeline : Stories Mother Nat
Told Her Children : Baldwin's
aiyStories and F:ables : Brown's
Andrew lackson : ivanhoe : WVild
A\nimials 1 i lave Known : .\esop's
F'ables : Alcott's Little Men : Al
cots Litt.le Women : Twi i Attle
-ofeeat:. s laily -Rob
13-.: ey .- " -'Iales Yemas
Niothe.r Goos.e Rh -mes: orse.
Shoe Robinson:I T"n 'awyer Did
die Dump an~.d Tt: Jh n l ialifax.
and Wher c Th- G.ew: Atrricain
Inventors.( Oe:r )' :~ Yong" M a
-rooners; t uteber's Story of The!
Greeks : WVater IBabies (Kingley's)
The (Old Fashione! Girl : Starland.
i Ball) : Stories of The Redl Chiii
diren; ( )l i Stories of the East.
t Bahlwin ) : Toward tihe Rising Sun
SYouth Companion Series : The
WMide WVorld: Little Lucy's Won
derful Globe: American Indian.
( Star) : Stories of Hlumble Friends:
-Dana's Plants andl Their Children:
Lady of The L.ak~e American.
Booic Co.) : Macbeth: Tempest:
Merchant of Venice : Julius Caesar:1
Hanmlet: Four American Explor
ers: [The Philippines. (MIcClin
tock) : American Pioneers. (Amer
icani Book Co.) : Talisman :North
ernt Europe, (Youth Companion
Series) ; The Triumphs of Science;
Stories of Country Life:; The W'ide.
Wide World; Curry's History of
The Southern States; Bobbie; First
Volume of Great Artist: Agoricul
ture For Beginners (B., S. & H.) ;~
Hunnicut's Agriculture for the
Commnon Schools; Stories of Bird
Land, (Ed. Pub. Co.) ; Our Father-'
land; Children of the World; De
Soto, Marquet and LaSale; Bright
Boys; Pratts Cortez and Montezu
ma; The Adventures of a Brow
nie: Brown*s Stories of Our En
glish Grandfathers; Jean Mitchell's
School: Palmetto Stories: Red!
Rock: Tennison's Enoch Arden:
Carly1e's Heroes and Hero Wor
ship: Macaulay's Literary Essays:,
Mill on The Floss: A Tale of Two:
Cities: Marooner's Island: The Al
hambra: David Cooperfield: Sim
mes' \lellichamp: Scottish Chiefs;
Pile< Alerrv Adventures of Robin
!!-,d: Dici:ert's listory of Ker
lhlws 8rigade: Longfellow's
('hildren's 1,lour and Other Poems.
N-s. i i & (0) : Stories of China:
>t. 1:-ics ()f Japan: McMurray's
. Ilezh, d In Reading the EngIlilh
t '!asis . iton's Minor Poems;
I 'ir anid ltes. t iurroughs) ; Ab
bt's .\lfred. The (Gjreat: Abbott's
ilizabeth: Abbott's William. The
Con;ucrer: Don Ouixote. (Ginn
& Co.) Knights of The Round
Ta1e1 i Frost >: Houston's Out
!Ines (!f F:orestrv: Lanier's Poems:
.\nticrza of The Ilreakfast Table;
ClvS'eS. Sto1r of ( Lamb) : Dick
en s 'i'tmas 'arol: Under Sun
li%h: Grandfather's Chair: House
of Seven Gables: Last Days of
o'lmpeii: 1)eside the Bonnie 1rier
ilaush: OId Curiosity Shop: Emi
erIon ' Representative Mfen:
Twenty Thousand Leagues UnTler
thi Sea (by Tules \.erne) : \'cst
ward, Ilo! (Ringsley) : Pluaarch*'
Lives: The Great West: Kenil
worth: Stevenson's Kidnapped;
Stevenson's David Balfour: Les
Miserables. ( Hugo) : Bryant's;
);lvsser: Guerber's Greece: Guer
her' s Rome: Stories of Four:
Friend : Each And All: Stories of
Ilirds and Beast. (\right): Trut
Tales of Birds and Beast: C'atech
cc of Keewee (Daniel) (this. if
price is satisfactory).
I-u-ES GoVERNING LIBR.\RIES.
The state board of educationli
passed the following rules and r,g
ulations governing the libraries to
It shal be the duty of the boardi
of trustees to provide a substan-!
tial bookcase before books are se
cured. and to requir. the same to
be locked except when in actual
The county superintendent and
teachers shall give aid and advice;
to the trustees in selecting and or
dcerin1 the library from the list
adopted by the state board of edu
The teacher shall be librarian dur
ing the school tern; and the clerk
of the board of trustees or sone
responsible person designated by
the board shall be librarian during
the vacation. The library may be
moved from- the school house dur
ing vacation by order of the board:
The libarian shall properly label
e ch volume gi:ne, th'e number
of 'yei book. tb.- inme of the school.
the: name aI'd number'c~ of the dis
trwit andi the namre of the county;
and shall catalogue the books.
showing number. title and cost of1
The librarian shall keep a record
of the name of each book.
The librarian shall keep a record
of the name of each borrower and
shall also recordl the ntumber and
title o.f each book loaned, together
with dates on which it was loaned
Eve~-ry childl attending school
shall be entitled to the privleges of
the library, but no p)erson shall be
allowed to take two b)ooks at one
time when other children are un
IPersons living in the co~ mmunity.~
having no connection -vith the
school. may take advantag. of the
library by paying a fee of go cents
anutally in advance.
* No persont shall have the right
to loan books outside of his owvn
household. undler a pentalty of 10
cents for each offence.
No person shall keel) the book
longer than two wveeks under pen
altv of 1cent a day for each day he
may so) retain it. and only one re-I
newal shall be allowed.
The librarian shall designate
books which may be of constant use
in the school. as supplementary or
reference books, and these shall not
be removed from the school during
On the return of a book to the
library the librarian shall ascertain
what ~damage, if any, has been sus
tained by it; and shall charge and
collect the amount of fine accord -
ingly. If any book is lost, it shall
be paid for in full; and any one re
fusing to pay a fine thereby forfeits
urther ue of the library.
All fines, fees and other such
moneys shall be turned over to the
trustees and shall be devoted to the
maintenance and improvement of
It shall be the duty of the li
brarian to collect all of the books
at the close of the session. and to
make a report to the trustees and
to the county superintendent of ed
The report to the county super
intendent shall contain the follow
The number of volumes purchas
ed during the year.
The number of volumes received
by gift during the year.
The number of volumes loaned
dluring the year (counting each vol
ume once each time it is loaned).
The amount of fines. fees. etc..
reccived during the year.
Total number ot volumes in the
Total value of books and book
The Atlanta Work.
AIlr. andMrs. E. C. Cronk have
bee. n visiting the churches in
North Carolina and South Carolina
during the months of January.
Februarv and March. in the interest
of the Atlanta work. The re
sPonlses everywhere to their appeal
for contributions to the building
fund have been very generous. and
if the other congregations and
Sundav Schools of the Southern
Churci respond as liberally. we
will he able to erect the right kind
of church edifice in .\tlanta. We
should build the very best possi
ble church in this important field.
To build cheaply, now that we have
one of the best locations in the city.
would be as great a mistake as was
our neglect to build many years
*~~~~ JIo: 14hs ~
PotL,h iS an essential p11.mt fw,.
which must be added as ai el
or the sol
hausted, as is
true of so
We have boois
-'lving valuab!e d:e
toi!, about fertiliz
wer. We wilI senad
them free to any farmer who asks us for :hem.
GIERflAN KALI WORKS,
Necw York -93 Najusau ,street, or
Atlanta. Ga..-i2a so. Broad rt.
Now is the time to!
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We have the largest1
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berry. If, after using
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AITR ODG NO. 8'7, hF IV.
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H all. Visiting
bre'thren cordially welcomed.
GEO. S. MOWER, W. M.
. H:r Mr KInom. Secretary.
The Leading Drug Store!.
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vknowledge of Pharmacy, we claim that we serve you as wellA .
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*dreth's Garden Seeds. Cut Glass and Fine China,
VOUR PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT our
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William E. Pelham & Son,
Reliable Prescription Pharmacists,
Newberry, S. C.
Another season is on, and we
are ready to show you the pret
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Millinery in the City. All of the
latest Shades and Novelties in
Flowers and Shapes, c6me and
buy one of those pretty Ready to
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We have two experienced Milli
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Miss Belle Pardue. They will
Price them Right.
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The Right Price Store.
lean Work( Well Done is
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We want your Collars, Cuffs and Shirts, and
nything else that needs to be cleansed. We
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nd we have all of the latest appliances that
re used in the most up-to-date plants. A
rial bundle will convince the most critical that
e use only the best materials and sanitary
ethods in washing the clothes.
Gall and see the way your clothes are han
Southeastern Lime & Cement Co.
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Building Material of all kinds. High Grade
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