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MONEY FOR CLEMSO.
s Tag Tax Receipts Much
ased-Incore for College
Will Total $275,000.
.911 the total income of Clem
liege will be considerably lar
an in any previous year, and the
ct is that this income will
"ly increase, at the rate of $25,
more per annum, being derived
from the privilege tax of 25 cents a
ton upon artificial fertilizers, the con
mption of which is greater each
succeeding season. The entire re
eipts.from this tax go to Clemson.
eceipts to Date $227,229.
Futler Lyon, who handles.
ege tax account in the office
Treasurer R. H. Jennings,
day that to date the 1911 re
from this impost had been
29, whereas at this same time
year the receipts totalled onlt
- 2,416. In Judge Lyon's opinion the
eceipts for the current year will ag
gregate $275,00, as against only
$240,098 for 1910, so that the increase
in this one season will in round num
bers be $35,000.
New Uses for Fertilizer.
Fertilizers are now in demand the I
year round. Formerly they were used
only in the spring. Fertilizers are put
nowadays to a variety of uses not
hitherto known. Quantities are ap
plied to growing crops. The consump
tion has been surprisingly increased
by the corn-growing movement and
new uses are constantly being found
in various fields of agricultural work
for the different kinds of artificial
manures. An entirely new kind of
fertilizer-or rather a familiar kind
produced by a new process-will
come on the market when the South
ern Power company's big plant at
Great Falls begins turning out nitro
genous fertilizers, derived from the
air by electrical treatment.
WILL VETO STETENSON ACT.
Gov. Blease Guided by State Educa.
tion Board's Action.I
'Columbia, April 7.-The $300,000
dispensary fund will not be distribut
ed this year. Inte tonight, following
an all-afternoon and evening session
of the State board of education,a
unanimous vote was had, asking Gov.
Blease to veto the -dispensary fundI
distribution act. Gov. Blease wil l,inl
Saccordance with the wishes of the
board, veto the act.
The governor has expressed his de
'termination to put the question! of
signing or vetoing the Stevenson act
up to the board and tonight be pre
sented the act with the statement' that
he would sign the bill immediately
if the board so voted. A unanimous
vote was then had against the sign
ing of the bill and, accordingly, the
Governor's veto will be placed on the
A substitute bill will be drafted by
a- sub-committee of the State board
of educ.tion and presented next year
to the eeneral assembly.
The treuble with the act as passed
e ~by the general assembly, according
to the views of the board and G}ov.
Blease, was that no just basis of ap-1
portionmenit could be made under the
terms of the bill. The act provided
Sfor the distribution of a large portion
of the money on the enrolment basis.
This could not be done, according to
the board's views, and somae changes
will have to be male& in the measure
to be presented to the legislature.
It was agreed that there was no way
Qf arriving at the enrolment basis in
advance, so there could be no just~
istribution on that basis.
Governor Blease naturally was gra
liied that his views in the matter
ere sustained, although he had:
~greed to do what the board said.
The act provides for the distribu
on of the dispensary fund as fol
ty thousand dollars uinder a
the general assembly: $6l, 000
the high school act of 1909;
0 under a similar act of 19%;~
,000 to the public commm schoc&s
urolment basis in 1911; next year,
?2, $100,000 to the common schools
fi-om the fund, if so much be left
rover. As the situation rnow stands,:
no money can be distributed this year.
tA form of contract and bond for
school books was adopted tonight by'
the State board of education.
NOT UNTIL DECISION.
No lrImediate Action Probiable on W.
T. Jones's Petitioni.
Columbia, April ~.-Uthil :he su
premae court rendors a decision la the
WV. T. . ones case Governon: ::
will very probably not touch de mt
Only six short
crowds to Newb<
From the front d
dise at such temi
300 fine Waists all piled
up to $2.oo each, our Ea
Thousands of yards bee
etc., for quick Easter selli
Easter Ginghams, E
Thousands of yards n
15c. Ginghams, Easter
1 case Easter Gin ghatm
Thousands of yards bes
plain and colored, Soc. Si
6o Dress Patterns of be
worth $1.25 to $1.50 yd.,
price the pattern.,..,..
(reat Sale Lil
500 yds. in all the new<
week's price, yd.. ... .
Great East:er I
We are in a better posi
Easter Oxfords than we
the new lasts and toes are
Douglass Oxfords for u
LaFrance Oxfords for
we have ever shown.
Great line Misses' Oxfo
Come and ni
days to do your Eastei
rry's greatest store of
oor to the back door,
ting prices. Your dol
In all the
500 yds. f
500 yds. 1
6oo yds. f
t Sle. special East
L on counter and worth
ster Week Price your
.... ... 98 cents Thou5ar.i
ss~ Goods. yard at....
utiful Lawns, Muslins,
ng, 12yr and 15c. kind,
. . ....... .... ... oc.
teps, Poplins, Etc.
ew goods in this pile.
week pricL.... ...oroc
; 25c. kind, yd. . y.15c
utiful Silk in figured,
ks at yd....... ...25c
autiful Silk Foulards,
on sale Eiaster week,
est wanted shades, this
xford Sale. 300Ba
tion to sell you your
ever were before. All
t o be found in our line. Ge
en in all leathers. 5,000 yds
woien are the prettiest 4,coo yds
rds at Easter Eale prices. 2,ooo yds
K300 nice 1
aake The Big Store:
i. You are welcome
' shopping. Start today, b
Caldwell & Haltiwanger
ip and down stairs you can
lar will do double duty by 1
the greatest showing of Easter Mil
;hown in Newberry before.
:iful pattern Hats for your quick
special Easter week prices.
Atiful Dress Trimming6
combination for your Easter dress.
le White Goods, Linens, Etc.
e round thread Linen Lawns, 50c.
ter week price yd...........29C
eautiful Flaxons at yd..........19c
ne 25c. Dimity at yd............16c
.urtain Swisses in dots and figures,
r price yd. ...............8Y2c (
e Department Second Floor. |
s of yds. beautiful roc. L ce at yd 5c 10o C
beautiful Lace, worth up to 25c. 150 C
........ .......... ...rc ISooE
*I~* 500 P
?' 500 p
-~ - cents, 8
Great Skirt Sale. Ese
iful Easter-.Skirts on sale at Special
Prices in Voiles and Panamas.
broidery Sale Second Floor. 30
Embroidery at yd......-..--..--.5
Embroidery at yd...... ......1c0er
Embroidery at yd..........15c
Embroider-y at yd. .......... 19c
~Embroidery at yd. ......-... 34c
greatest line of Flouncing in New
ne to headquarters
Easter Sale Bed Spreads.
arge Spreads, Easter price......98c
arge Spreads, $1.75 kind.....$.39
eat Easter Sale Towels.
1c. Towels, Easter price each.. 9c.
Table Linen Sale.
Table Linen at special Easter price.
our shopping place every
at THE HOUSE OF TI
on time and follow the
the store of the best.
see new spring merchan
reat Sale Children's Dresses.
hildren's ready-made Dresses.......49c
hildren's ready-made Dresses...... 98c
hildren's ready-made Dresses......$1.24
hildren's ready-made Dresses......$1.49
ic slip-on Aprons at each.... ...2y- c
t Sale Uhmbrelas and Parasols.
e new Mission handle Umbrellas we are
ale Easter Hosiery and Notions.
airs Ladies 25c Gause Seamless Hose,
Veek Price..........-.-.....12y c
irs Misses Silk Lisle Hose pair.....15e
airs Ladies Silk Hose at pair .... ...49c
Long Qove Sale. B
l Easter Week Sale Silk Gloves.
and Children's Muslin U!aderwear~
10 cents to $1.oo the garment.
r Week Sale Boys Pants at 24 cents, 49
: cents and 98 cents the pair.
ugs at each.....................25c
r Bows, Easter Collars, Easter Belting,
Belt Pins, Easter Handkerchiefs, Easter
s and Easter Novelties in plenty.
Creat Easter Shirt Sale.
e Shirts worth '75c. at each .. ......9c
uts Soc. Uniderwear at each ........2c
at Corset Department
andC ET COMBINED
day this great Easter
E-IE BEST 'Tis