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enrolment of negroes, 490.
In the county as a whole the average 1
attendance of whites is 1,912, and the
average attendance of negroes is 3,
The balance brougnt forward from i
the previous year by the 59 districts
was $10,063.51, of which $893.46 repre
sents the share of Newberry district
No. 1. Receipts from poll tax, $4,961,
recipts from 3-mill tax, $19,855.20; re
ceipts from dog tax, $1,392.50; private,
$562.76; receipts from special tax, $11,-.
813.01, $8,834.24 beiug in Newberry dis
triset No. 1. Rece,pts from other i
sources, $1,409.98, of which amount
$1,052.83 is included in Newberry No. t
1. Of the Statq appropriation for
high schools St. Lukes No. 13 secured t
$420, Little Mountain, No. 30 $380; of
the State appropriation for term ex
tension work Silverstreet No. 58 secur
ed $82.04; of the State appropriation r
for libraries Mt. Bethel No. 2 secured
$10; Rutherford No. 23 $10, St. Paul's
No. 34 $10, Zion No. 56 $10; of the.
State appropriation for building Long i
Lane No. 4 secured $100, Little Moun- i
tain No. 30 $300, Trinity No. 45 $100. i
The toal revenues of all the schools. of
the county were $51,480, of which r
amount the revenues of Newberry dis- i
trict No. 1 were $14,305.49. The total c
expenditures of the county schools b
were $44,296.76. Some of the districts, $
among them District No. 1 had small I
deficits, the total amount of deficits in
the county being $217.82. Most of the
districts carry forward a balance, the t
whole balance aggregating, counting ,
this small deficit as made up, $7,405.06.
, Expenditures fbi ealiers; salaries:
hAi6 men, $6,172.25, of which $2,185 '
is for Newberry No. 1; white women, I
$25,163.18, of which $7,910 is for New- I
berry No. 1; total expenditure for E
salaries of white teachers, $31,335.43. 1
Negro men, $2,212.50; negro women, 2
$5,025.77; total expenditure for salar-. I
ies of negro teachers, $7,238.27. Total C
for both races, $38,573.70. I
Expenditure for furniture and ap
paratus, white $1,082.21, of which
$762.40 was for Newberry No. 1; ne
gro, $12.00. C
Expenditure for tue! and inciden- I
tals: ~Whites, $1,515.72; 'negroes, I
$208.18; for repairs, whites, $879.61, I
Expenditures for grounds and build- t
ings: Long Lane No. 4 (white) $400; h
St. Phillips No. 22 (whIte) $342.80;
Little Mountain No. 30 (white)
$327.15; Excelsior No. 35 (white) I
$37.00; Qld Town No. 40 (white) $100;
Trinity No. 45 (white) $535.68; total,
.Expenditure for fibraries (all
white): Mt. Bethel No. 2 $40.00; Ruth-I
erford No. 23 $40.00; st. Pauls No. 34
$40.00; Forks No. 55 $40.00: total, ]
Total expenditures, white, $36,715.60, '
negroes, $7,571.16; total of both ra.ces,
$44,286.76. Of these totals the expen
ditures in Newberry No. 1 were as fol
lows: ~Whites, $12,317.11; negroes, $1,- ]
995.38; total for No. 1, $14,312.49.
The Extra Levies.
In connection with the receipts and
expenditures, the extra levies will be
of interest. They were as follows:i
Newberry No. 1, 4 mills.
Utopia No. 10, 2 mills.
Prosperity No. 14, 2 mills.
Big Creek No. 20, 2 mills. .
Pomaria No. 26, A-2 mill. c
Excelsior No. 35, 2 mills.
Chappells No. 39, 2 mills. t
Trinity No. 45, 2 mills. t
Whitmire No. 52, e mills.
Zion No. 56, 2 *m)is.(
Buildings, Teachers, Session, Etc. a
The total value of public schoolIa
buildings, with grounds, is, whites,hy
$91,153; negroes, $1!,413.33. In Dis- t
trict No. 1 the white schools property I
is put down at $50,000, and the negro 3
school property at $5,000. In Prosper
dty No. 14 the white property is put 3
down at $6,000, and the negro proper-*1
ty at $523. In Little Mountain No. 30 t
the white property is put down at $6,
500, and the negro property at 875; atr
Old Town the white property is put
down at $1,050; at WhItmire the white t
property is put down at $7,000, and e
the negro property at $100.I
Value of all school equipment:
WThite, $8,640.36; negroes, $1,557.75.
Number of teachers: White, 86; ne- t
groes, 66. I
Total number of weeks of session:
Whites in towns, 216, white in country,
1,442; negroes in town, 119; negroes
in country, 746. i
In giving the greatest distance any i:
pupil walks to school three mles fre- t
quently occurs, and occasionally there I
is a school where pupils are put1 I
down as walking i. ur miles to attend C
Buildings Erected During Tear.
Long Lane No. 4, 1 a 'oden building,
Rutherford No. 23, x woien build- i
Trinity No. 45, 1 wooden oailding, C
)istricts W.Ah Ontstanding School
Newbery No. 1, $40,000, tax 4 mills,
Prosperity No. 14, $5,000, tax 2 1-4
tiills, issued 1904.
Little Mountain No. 30, $5,000. tax 4
-2 mills, issued 1908.
Whitmire No. 52, $6,000, tax 2 mills,
Average Salary Paid Teachers.
White: Men, $561.11; women,
Negro: Men, $147.be; women, $98.54.
Lverage Number of Weeks of Session.
White: Town, 30; country, 28; coun
y as whole, 29.
Negro: Town, 17; country, 14; coun
y as whole, 15.
Lverage Expenditure Per Pupil Ac.
cording to Enrolment.
White, $12.97; negro, $1.40; for both
Increasing or Voting Special Tax.
The report shows that during the
ear Prosperity No. 14 has increased
er special tax 2 mills, proceeds be
.g $600; Little MOuantain No. 30 has
acreased 3 mills, the proceeds being
237.39; Deadfall No. 9 has voted 2
iills, the proceeds being $100; Dom
aick No. 41 has voted 2 mills, the pro
eeds being $100; Silverstreet No. 58
as voted 2 mills, the proceeds being
'ranches Taught and Pupils Enrolled
in Each Grade.
The following figures of branches
iught and pupils pursuing each will
e of considerable interest:
. ...ite. Negro.
'rst Reader... ... ... 382 1,386
econd Reader... .... . 408 792
'hird Reader ... .... .. 412 489
'ourth Reader. .. .. .. 297 437
'ifth Reader... ... ... 269 263
pelling.... ........2,018 1,948
friting... ..........1,863 1,906
Lrithmetic... ........1,692 1,782
dgebra... ...........483 137
'reography... .... .. ..1,213 906
nglish Grammar ...1,127 918
)glish Literature .. .. 549 126
outh Carolina History. 563 319
Tnited States History.. 514 396
ivics... ... ... ... ... 297 142
griculture........ 185 ....
hysiology and Hygiene 642 986
)rawing... ... ........489 ..
Follow-ing are the figures showing
le number of pupils enrolled in each
irst... ... ... ........398 1,397
~econd... ... ... ... ..437 886
hird... ....... ......450 563
ourth... ... ... ......317 482
ifth... ... ...,...' ..291 379
~ixth...... ... ... ... 348 335
~eventh... ... ... ..... 324 . 247
~irst year... ... ... ... 143 73
econd year... ... ......92 56
hird year... ... .......47 12
ADMIEAL SCHLEY DROPS DEAD.
fero of Santiago Expires in New York
Street-Was Stricken With
New York, Oct. 2.--Unrecognized by
Ssingle person in the curious, throng
hat rushed to his aid, Rear Admiral
Vnfield Scott Schley, the hero of the
aval battle of Santiago, United
tates navy, retired, fell dead in front
f the Berkeley lyceum on West 44th
treet, this afternoon. The death 01
his notable figure In the naval nis
ory of the nation was for the moment
hat of an unknown man in a strange
rowd. The admiral's sudden death Is
ttributed to cerebral hemorrhage,
rhich attacked him shortly after he,
ith Mrs. Schley, rei..ed New York
his morning, from a visit to Mount
Disco, and had called at the New York
acht club for his mail.
As the admiral was walking through
Vest 44th street a passerby who saw
im stagger graspea nis arm and
ied to support 'him. Despite the
tranger's service, however, the ad
ural fell helpless to the street and a
shysician, who pressed his way
brough the crowd that quickly gath
red, pronounced him dead.
Admiral Schley's Career.
Admiral Schley was born in Fred
rick county, Maryland, in 1839. Af
er graduating at Annapolis in 1860
nd serving during the Civil war in
iinor capacities, he. was commnis:Jon
d in 1866 as lieutenant commander.
At the outset of the Spanish-Amer
san war, in 1898, Schley was placed
a command of wliav, was known as
ae flying squadron, which sailed from
ortress Monroe to cooperate with
dmiral Sampson in operations in the
aribbean Sea. Undxer orders from
ampson, he steamed through the
uaan passage to the vicinity of
antiago while Sampson passed
round the east end of the island.
Schley's squadron stood before
antiago some days and was about to
save, when it was announced that
A junction V:Ith '-pson occurred
almost immediately after, and on
.Tuly 3, JS98, Cervera undertook to
escape. At the time, Sampson aboard
his flagship, the New York, was some
miles away, at Sibcmey, In conference
with Gen. Shafter. An engagement
followed, in which Sc. ley's flagship,
the Brooklyn, took an active part.
After the war closed numerous
charges were made that Schley had
been guilty of inefficiency, if not cow-,
ardice, and he asked a court of in
quiry. After a prolonged period he
was acquitted, but fated of the meas
ure of advancement which his friends
had claimed was his nue. He was re
tired October 9, 1910, as a rear ad
THINGS COMING WILEY'S WAY.
Expert's Foes on .rood and Drug
Board Ousted.-Beginning of
Washington, Oct. 3.-In a sudden
succession of orders, an initial move
in the expected reorganization of the
department of agriculture, Solicitor
George P. McCabe today was retired
from the pure food and drug board;
Associate Chemist F. L. Dunlap, close
ly identified with McCabe, was allow
ed leave of absence until the presi
dent's return, and CnIef Chemist Har
vey W. Wiley was left apparently in
supreme corn mand of the board. Dr.
R. E. Dooli$tle, of New York, was
temporarily appointed to the board
to succeed Mr. Mcfabe. . ft
hese changes wers announced by
Secretary Wilson today following a!
conference with Dr. Wiley, who has
been on a long vacation. They were
deemed, inertable in view of personal!
antagonism aired before a congres
sional committee the past summer and
Dr. Wiley's exoneration by President
Taft, after Attorney General Wicker
sham, with views angned with those.
of Secretary Wilson and Solicitor Mc
Cabe, had recommended Dr Wiley's re
moval from the head of the chemistry
bureau, because of a technical irre
gularity in appointive methods, the
responsibility for wvlch he denied.
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SODIRY DEMISTE EVERY WHFRI
All persons are hereby warned not
to fish, hunt ortrespass in anyway o
lands owe rcontrolled by us.
A. H. Kohn.
S. S. Birge.
S. J. Kohn.
Mrs. S. 3. Kohn.
Mary E. Kohn.
S. S. Birge, agent
Estate W. T. Birge.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEXENT
Notice is' hereby given that I will
make final settlement as guardian of
the estate of J. T. D'ominick in the
probate court for Newberry county on
Thursday, October 5, 1911, and immed-!
iately thereafter apply for letters dis
missory as such guardian. All per
sons holding claims againist said eP
tate will present same duly attested
on or before that date.
3. M. Counts,
NOTICE OF ELECTION FOB XAYOBE
AND ALDEEMEN OF THE TOWN
OF NEWBEERY, S. C.
Notice is hereby given that the reg
ular annual election for a Mayor and
Five Aldermen, one Alderman for
each of the five wards, to serve for a
term of one year, will be held at the
Council Chamber, in the opera house,
in the Town of Newberry, South Caro
lina, on the Second Tuesdai in Decem
ber, 1911, being the 12th day of said
month, the polls to be opened at 8
o'clock in the forenoon, and to close at
6 o'clock in the afternoon. D. F. Pif
er, A. C. Welch and Alex. Singleton
are appointed managers of the said
By order of the Town Council of
Newberry, S. C., on this the 5th day of
3. 3. Langford, Mayor.
J. R. Scurry,
C. & T. T. C. N., S. C.
A Fierce Night Alarm.
is the h&oarse, startling cough of a
child, suddenly attacked by croup. Of
ten it aroused Lewis Chamblin, of Man
chester, 0.,N~R. F. D. 2) for their four
children, were greatly subject to croup.
"Sometimes in severe attacks," he
wrote, "we were afraid they would die,
but since we proved what a certain
remedy Dr. King's New Discovery is,
we have no fear. We rely on it for
croup and for coughs, colds or any
throat or lung trouble.'' So do thou
isands of others. So may you. Asthma,
hayve, Ia grippe whooping cough,
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oks of registration of voters for the Newberry during
on of Newberry, S. C., will be open-mots
at the office of the clerk and treas-. The production
er, in the opera house, from the 29th registration from
yof September, 1911, until the 30th tration of Newbel
yof November, 1911, both days in- ithe applicant to vi
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