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NO SUMME.R SCHOOL.
State .Superintendent of Education
There will be no summer schools
this year, according to a circular let
ter sent out by the state superin
t,ndent of eduation, Mr. 0. B. Mar
tin, said a local educator to the re
porter yesterday. Up to. the killing
of the state dispensary there was con
'tributed from the profits thereof
$5,000 to the county summer school
funds and $1,000 to the fund for the
state summer school. In addition to
this lie has always received $2,000
from the Peabody school fun( fo'r the
This summer, however, there will
be nothing from the dispensary school
fund and the Peabody appropriation
amoun.ted to only $1,000, which was
given expressly for the runal schools.
As a result there are no funds for
summer schools aid the state super
inten(den( of education is rathell - glad
of it. It will mean .a very large at
,tendance at the Jamestown exposi
tion and Mr. Martin helieves that
for a year it will be bet ter to sus
pend the summier institutes and allow
the teachers this recreation. Accord
bigly he has sent out the following
"I wrote you some time ago that
there are no funds with which to
run summer schools for this year and
that the best we could hope for would
be institutes lasting not more than a
week. There are no dispensary funds
for this purpose, and I have not re
ceived the usual Peabody appropria
'ion for summer -schools, so I believe
iat it will be best not to undertake
hold teachers' institutes. I thillk it
est to advise the teachers to visit
t e Jamestown exposition. instead.
e state made an appropriation for
the exposition, and it will be worth
a great deal to the teachers if they
''I can not find anything in the
law which allows county boards to
appropriate money to run summer
schools or institu-tes. I think we shall
have to refer the whole m'atter to the
legislature at its next meeting.''
Just received fresh line of smoked
beef, smoked tongues, and smoked
CLSMSON AGRICULTURAL COL
Scholarship, and Entrance Examina
tion to Freshman Class.
The examination for the award of
scholarships from Newberry county
and ADMISSION TO FRESHMAN
CLASS will be held at the county
court house on Friday, July 5, at 9
a. m. Applicants for scholarships
may secure blank application forms
from the county Superintendent of
Education. These blanks must be
filled out. properly and filed with the
county Superintendent before the 'be
,ginning; of the examination. Those
taking the examination for entrance
'to the Freshman class and not trying
for a scholarship should file their ap
plication with President Mell.
The scholarships are worth $100 and
free tuition. One scholarship student
from each county may select the Tex
tile course, others must take one of
the Agricultural courses. Examina
tion paper will be furnished, but each
applicant should provide himself
with scratch paper. Trhe num'er of
scholarships to be awarded will be
P. H. Mell, President,
Clemson College, S. C.
Rates from Newberry S. C., as fol
Season Ticket $10.55. Sold daily
'pril 19th" to November 30th.
'60 Day ticket $16.30. Sold daily
ril 19th to November 30th.
5 day' ticket $14.30. Sold daily
'1 19th to NovembEr 30th.
oach Excursion $8.55. Sold each
f'esday; limit 10 days. Endorsed.
Not good in parlor or sleeping
Through Pullman sleeping cars, via
-tian tic Cost Line Railroad company.
Write for a beautiful illustrated
folder containing maps, descriptive
mater, list of Hotel, etc.
For reservations or any informa
T. C. White,
General Passenger Agt.
W. J. Craig,
Iassenger Traffie Man.ager,
Wilmington, N. C.
Farmers Oil Mial.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Farmers' Oil Mill will
meet on Wednesday, May 29, at :11
'clock, a. m1. in 'the court house.
W. C. Brown,
Read every lin
ning, is now and
Of up to date np
job lots, but the
your family, tell
Newberry for M
Great Sale White Lawns.
150 pieces India Linen 7Tcyd.
150 pieces India Linen 15 c yd.
Two of the best Lawn values
[n town. If you doubt It come
10,000 yds. Ginghams worth
12 1-2 and 15c yd. on center
counter, four days price 9c yd.
Black Dress Goods! B
The finest lot Black Dress
Prices cut to pieces, four gre
All 50 and 60c goods mark
All 75 and 85c goods mark
All $1.00 and $1.25 goods na
100 yds beautiful Black Vc
100 yds beautiful Black Vi
price $1.19 yd.
100 yds beautiful Black V<
price 95c yd.
500 Collars, 10 and 15c
50 fine Embroidered F
500 pairs Ladies' Oxi
500 pairs Men's Oxfo
Follow your feet to
200 Ladies' Embroi<
Four days' price 1 9c ea
100 pairs Men's Fine
100 pairs Men's fine
100 pairs Men's fine I
Mennen's Talcum Po
THE GREATEST OF
e, compare every
always will be, tI
w spring and surr
your friends anq
ost up-to=date undej
Great Curtain Net & Scrim Sale.
500 yds. 25c Curtain Net,
four days price 1 Oc yd.
500 yds Scrim, 1 Oc kind, only
Lawns, Dimitles, Muslins, Etc.
Piled on center counter and
goods worth up to 50c yd, all
go in great four days sale at
I Oc yd. Don't let the cup slip
from your lips, come today.
lack Dress Goods!
Goods in Newberry. 40 in
it days. you v
ed down to 35c yd. Eli
ed down to 48c yd. Ev<
arked down to 74c yd.~ soe
ile in this sale 38e yd. line e
>ile, $1.75' kind, sale Gre
>ile, $1.25 kind, sale at 894
: and Parasols.
ones, all at 4c each, 4 gr
arasols at 89c each.
Sand Slipper Sale
'ords at $l.19 pair, all Je
rds at $1 .98 pair, all lea
the Cash Store.
dlered and Lace dorset
Pants, 98c, worth $1.75
Pants. $ 1.85, worth $3
'ants, $1 .98, worth $4.(
wder I 21c can.
(wazat in Dry Go
st Four Lon,
THE GREAT AND
price, and you
le.Cash Store s4
with every line
i neighbors. C
'sellers of everythin
Great Val, Cluny and
Round Thread Lace Sali
Just landed today,
$576.85 worth of brand ney
Laces, the prettiest lot in New
berry, on sale, center counter
values up to 25c yd, at 10c yd
Great Sale Table Linen.
Ovee2,6O-yds in lot, 2, 2
and 3 yd lengths half price
Up to you. Come and buy.
Something Extra Special.
bolts soft and smooth Sea
wide and worth 8bc yd, I
rant four great days at 5(.
throideries and Lace Curta
ary yard fine Embroidery
less than New York cost.
~ry one knows we carry the
ver shown in the old town.
at sale Lace Curtains.
pairs slightly soiled, $1.50
pairs $2.00 curtains at $1.
pairs $3.50 curtains at $1.98
eat days. 100 fii
. 100 fi,
athers. 6 fine
pair- price 59
.00 pair. 96 rea
)0 pair- Rest y<
ods hunt Newbe
CHEAPER THAN THE
will easily see as )
3lls it for less. $2
se for your selecti
dazzling and up
:me early and sr
g that Men, Women
1,000 Men's Shirts and Drawers,
I Light, cool summer kind at
221c each, or 45c suit.
SIlk! Silk! SIlKI
- 1,000 yds beautiful China and
Jap Silk 18c yd.
1,000 yds beautiful China and
Jap Silk 48c yd.
1,000 yds beautiful China and
Jap Silk 69c yd., worth $1.00
everywhere. If you want Silks
that are stylish come to Head
Greatest Hosiery Sale
uy all Over $2,500 worth 1
500 doz 20 and 25c:
ins,- and black, 5 pairs to<
in the 500 doz. 25 and 35c.
finest 500 doz. 60 and 75<
50 pair $3.00 opei
values $1.69 pair.
pr. All $1.50, $1.75 an<
id Spreads! E
ie $1.25 Spreads at 79c
ae $2.00 Spreads at $1 .C
Se $2.50 Spreads at $1.')
$7.00 Spreads at $3.19
i your rnoney where it sp
on load Towels, to close
Values in Sheets a
extra heavy 81 x 90 Sh
dy made Pillow Cases at
ur head and dream of T
rry's cheapest stc
vas in the begin
5,000 worth of
ion. No broken
to date. Bring
)end the day at
and Children wear.
* Great Shirt Sale,
1,000 Shirts and Drawers.
samples,some in lot worth $1.00
each, take choice four days at
1,000 Ladies' Gauze Vests
1,000 Men's all white hem
stitched Handkerchiefs 2c each.
1,000 doz. Pearl Buttons 2jc
1,000 bolts fine 15 and 20c
Ribbons IOc yd.
Ever Known in Newberry.
bo select from.
Drop Stitch Hose in white
~ustomer, 11c pair.
Lisle Hose at 19c. pair.
Silk Lisle Hose at 48c pair'.
1work and plain Silk Hose
I $2.00 ones 75c each.
ot, 15c -ones 9c each
nid Pillow Cases.
eets, four great days'
he Gash Store's- won
re, 'tis the