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TABISHED 1865. NEWBER"R,Ys S. C., TUESDAY,MY2,92IWC AWE.$.0AYA
N o Come
I told you I was goin
WHlinery, and Shoes ft
d4rgest week's busines
Zwhich proves that lov
st trading possibilitie
lit of that famous 36 inch Black Tafieta
Q Sk, worth $1.50 now only 96c. yard.
bIg lot of Corded Wash Silks just landed.
s Colored Tafieta Silks, Pink, Blue, ;ile,
. Rose, White and Black at 49c yard.
a stock for a Newberry house to show
from the largest importers in America-a
ast pened. Black Brilliantines, Henriet
erges, Batiste, Melrose, Nunsveilng, Albat
oplins etc. Anything you can ask for in a
are coming from miles and miles around
heir millinery here. You know what you
your hats before I put inmillinery and
-what you pay today. Every reason exists
a save you money. We buy direct from
ANSWERS, the edocat
THE STATE. facnitysun
a ST AY ABOUT DR. eync hi
of the Editorist of the state as a "rsdn
et- O 'Naterseddung," and InsInf a s- edee
es~that the State seized the Oppor
Sito Id 1 the Effort to 'Run dasbfrt
Dr. 9artse" in order tooe n ca
get la ta Own Man, Dr.
7 pecial to News and Courier.] gie;-ea
hington, May 13.-Senatorth borf
who has recently returnedThrfe
the meeting of -the Clemson ietHrz
when been today and asked tcisto
~~ ~the reicent trouble at the col-H esge
~~A~a~ershave been very satisfac-nth8tt
~adjusted for the present andnerwol
~trustees are fully alive to the sit- a gis
but intermeddling from out-inofheb
j7 which has already begun, might aefenad
la ly result in harm and possibly cin~1W
vrtthe purposes of the boardDEE
to adjust matters in the wisest and "Tett
* - et way possible." o r at
~r'~- Wen asked what he meant by
ts he said:doshage
"I am alluding to the editorial in Te eie
~iieState of Tuesday, which I haveshwdta
e jst zread. In that editorial are sev-ontepr
~sa misstatements or mistakes and waee h
c.'; may mischievous ideas, and it will lseigt
do teat harm unless the real factslevthbo
are laid before the people, and theblmwrh
~students at Clemson warned againstlakodii
being misled by it. sneCp.
"I dislike," said he, for "obvious D.Hrzg
reasons, to discuss the affairs of the suetbd
~'k. College at this juncture, but a sensetibtleo
of justice as well as duty compels nrs n
me to correct many wrong impres-arsagis
sions that will be made by the State'swetoth
editoriaL My name and my actions n xein
are called into this discussion by the md o'
State, so I speak out. hv ene
DENIEs WHAT THE STATE MID. tethn
"The trustees did not feel that they mne n
'must win the sophomore class backwihtssn
to the institution'. We- allow themunares
to returni as a matter of grace on-y,Br( iot
and wlh4 the State, for a sinister frtepr
purpose, tries to make the students auigm
feel that they have succeeded in 'ucs')
their 'rebellion,' it only sows themakttC
seed of future trouble. We reinsta- zgsamt
ted young Thornwell because he hadgrae dt
been unjustly suspended; and, ~ as Bak
set forth in the findings of the i e. T
board, we permitted the sophomore
to return because their action, whileoftewr
notexcsabe, as he atual e medfnct
mate. We did~atel not wn ohv Ihen
tomy Doors an
g to do the Dry Goods bu
)r Cash than the next twc
s of the year. We have n
ars of fashion, wise and E
Of new goods to roll in to
Goods business under the
the biggest millinery people in the country. I can
save yo i from 50c lo $2.00 on every hat you buy
from us. I am going to make May the banner
Special Hosiery and Under
100 doz. Ladies Hose, the regular 10c. kind, for
50 doz. Mens' Half Hose, the regular 10c. kind,
for this sale 5c.
50 doz. Ladies Drop Stitch Hose the regular 20c.
kind, for this sale 12-1.
25 doz. Ladies Drop Stitch Hose, 35c. kind, for
this sale 221c.
100 doz. Ladies Undervests for this sale, 10c. kind
100 doz. Ladies Undervests for this sale, 121c. kind
nber Thursday and Frida
ion of these young Dr. McBryde, but I denoun
up because of the a falsehood the gratuitous state
fortunate blunder, with of tbe State 'that Senator Ti]
Hartzog had abso was not large -minded enung
to do.. We believecosntohehieofam
e vetoed it, that is all. hdwogdi h S''
Hartzog's resignation Ipsdhseeto speie
to Col Simpson fiveClmo,btInvr'oge
he board mes, and be- taytm ri n a.I
ges were made, or inti- i n rn ewe r c
hey would be made wasan yefImthoewo
se he desired to leave t'rne'adnth.
ee and untrammelled. Whnakdtwaterf
e statement that Pres-teSeaosid"Iontca
g 'resigned with no g nopriuasi eadt
fainst him' is untrue. mte,btteeaemn
efore he knew any ac-inSuhCrlawoaefa
id be made, and I do wt l h at n atcl
say now that therecinttwhhIaluePe
have been no charges teeio fteSaecnie
him at the late meet-etaiswtofCmona'
ard but for the encour- t r u.rd.I swl
advice of some of thosethttewrebtrlopsd
tthcolege.an fsehozthes rtits wtae
~S DR HARZOG.of Clemo Cllegehat seaTi
3pt o mke scpeg asar not longer-oppoe enhe
ig nd oldhimsorlyonsenthop Wh hie buil th Ca
or te reent utbraad havenged it suces'80's'. I
Ltlean rea inastceoe his postion ad preideor
ce beore he b ard av ie or l anyi wa.temr
t asanftr-houhtdisate irng etweearsnowDr.llc
f thestudnts, and prmiteysuee f I a n who
:he bd adice.I 'wermised'tepol and che.
~d f tuseesar asbosWthntiuedowa efrtt
plinthahasexitie heont sie. "INo real cre
~'ulerlef te Cllee ter Collee ill wan thetr
Sunopulrit witith outheldroln w h ar an
is,in y jdgmnt,at-ith al theoct and fiietrticula
som uforuntemannchid es on hich ye blee Per
to a rejuiceh e mayrivofte Sat te coner
himhortyafer etatblishartzog' uflesoasw
Colege ha ha* toyd butde It is ee to
B incolege orkandhudg the cae biterd condoemn
thlthecollege. ight wihout.aGonalesi owtef
roduce hasTZoG. f" wimonCllafueg ht thbea
ept tolive Th scaeat hi ouh o egveu
hg anghod Dr. sorelarlypes h d Til
t lemon ratiscussin ileanol.xit ml
As teo thrltvmerofhe boardana
he todent, andil they iirwt h atonce
hesond undvice. Hat he- badswr.M di
nein iveyeas tanoav bentove-ride tie
irg, u~~nderD.MBy aga. r.n Hitz a suceflecti
e number fstuden s oppsition, whihd wasou
aiid he hgh q ality eber help and ths tiempf
doneis nownof lldedcte inais nafinor il
ligencHisFoitialspr of inesda Ia
WROG D. I' BYDE hmslea the pesieny becuse
)lcrltics the College the Coledl wnt 4theage.
ke. It In
y Day and You
siness of the town this
) largest stores in Newt
ever sold as many han
conomical buyers knov
-norrow, why shouldn't we do thE
best and most successful mercha
75 doz. Ladies Undervests for this sale, 15c. kind
50 doz. Corsets to go on sale tomorrow, all styles
long, medium and short waist.
40c. buys 50c. Corset, 65e. buys 75c. Corset, 80c.
buys $1.00 Corset.
Money Saved is Money Made.
We shall keep the ball rolling by such values WA
are spreading over this community. I have com
petition side tracked. I am selling goods for less
than they can buy them. I am only beginnning.
Clear the Way.
300 bolts of Sea Island, the regular 6tc. kind, for
this sale 4c.
y are BARGAIN DAYS *
e Cheapest Stic
t the CaroIinas
,e ORAL BURG READY ground
ment him an
man TO LAND A HATCHERY, around.
,h to The
- he HAS THE VERY PLACE FOR FIsH fish stal
op- CULTURE sTATION for SC
t of Waters of Edst Consderd Excellent Fo Or angel
him the Ps;opose, Establishment of Station by hay
here in This state Important. State w
~ryde [Special to The State.] I NFO
was Washington, May 16.-Orange- ete
urreog is already martialling her forces maan
re toland the new fish cultural station
e to provided for in Senator Tillman's
that bill which has passed the senate and Counl
iirwill very probably pass the house tion:
uiar this session. The bill carries an ap- Dear
hapropaiation of $25,000 for this pur- TEACHE
stpose, but leaves the selection of a - Befor
,og site to the fish commission. Repre- school y
-ogsentative Lever has placed on file tify you
owwith the commissioners a petition hereafte
tiet, signed by the mayor and leading who ha~
cin itizens of Orangeburg setting forth ment a
e he the claims of that town for the new register
~ station and asking that a speeial Section
llege Iagent be sent there to go over the 1896 pr
hground and report to the commis- special
~sion before a site is determined upon, ter emp
oein case Senator Tillman's bill be- a certifi
of it. comes a law. Representative Lever lie scho
onlyt saw Commissioner Bowers today and My a
onywas assured that Orangeburg's to awk
the Iclaims would have careful conside- from th
run ration and that the suggestion of an teace
i fagent to investigate the topography who har
stees of that section would probably be getting
andr 1t seems that in looking around warnin~
adfor a suitable site for such a station this.
Lown. special iqryis made as to the EARL'
usion abundance of the water supply. I tru
s e- W.herever it is possible, a site is se- trustees
p-lected upon a hill from which flows of empl
a number of clear water streams. the sum
It is necessary that these streams be present
free from refuse and so located as to school,
idea permit the establishing upon themso fo
ency the numerous ponds connected with cut
Jlem- the station. Representative Lever is coudot
naan's of the o i on that a location ad - torganiz
pity mirably filling these requirements is hastily
the to be found just outside the town of:
re fa- Orangeburg on what is known ass
Iwith "Duke's fishery." In talking today You'
and with Commississioner Bowers he oat- yourselt
tters lined the advantage of locating a fish' County
and station here and filed with him num- either S
ed by erous papers and maps showing the 'of the r1
not a topography of the country. the Sch
is se- Representative Lever said today shall n
yen a that he considers Orangeburg's holder
irged chances admirabie for securing the mer Set
I be- fish station and if an agent is sent Board
---~wn by th commission to look the tory rea
will see the C
Spring. I believe I am s
erry combined. We ha
dsome goods before ir
v that this store furnishE
business of the town, we have SL
nts in the South. The pace of sil
500 bolts Colored Organdies piled on a big table,
worth 10c. and 12je., your choice of any yard
in the lot for only 5c.
2000 yards 36 inch Percale to go on sale tomorrow
at only 5 cts. yd.
150 bolts of Dimities, beautiful patterns, some
worth 20 and 25 cts., now 121 ets.
500 bolts of Shirting Calicoes, the kind you pay
5 ets. at other stores, all new styles, to go on
sale at only 2j cts. yard.
50 doz. Bed Spreads, slightly soiled, worth $1.25,
some worth up to $1.98, to go on sale as long
as they last for only 98 cts.
Another big shipment of Table Linens, direct from
Ir6land, short ends 2, 2j, 3 and 3j yard lengths,
to go on sale at half price.
Another big shipment of new Embroideries, just
landed, ask to see them. Also a wagon load
of fans to be sold at half price.
100 pieces 35 inch Percale, worth 12J cts. to go
on sale at only 7k cts.
.t the Greatest Store on
over he hopes to accompany mind them, also, that ia
d assist in showing him County Board has still
refuse to renew a cortif!
establishment of a $25,000 is assured of the progn
ion in the State means much the teacher. The Coux
uth Carolina and whileortesvalBrd
srg would benefit especiallyoghtoapprtef
ug it plaeed there the entire oadtetecesi
.11 enjoy its advantages. iSme col
MATION FOE TEACHERS.LOALET
from State Superintendent Ec- yusol reyu
o County Superintendent Werts.itefoexrlvesn
May 2, 1902. tv itit.Ltti
y Superintendent of Edu-ca- al o h nrae
|S' CERTIFICATES NECESSARY. 'nraeteslr ft
a the close of the currentJonJ
ar, it would be well to no
teachers and trustees that SteSuriede
r no teacher shall be paidti.
not at the time of employ- ~IVSIAET
certificate of qualification
d with you in your office.FvoaeRprtnBilP
63 of the School Law of
>vides: "That no general or Wahnt,My15
chool trustees shall hereaf- cmiteo ao o
oy any teacher who has notfvoalrertnth
~ate to teach in the free pub-infoacmisont
ls of the State." teidsra odto
tention is frequently calledordpplofteT
gard complications resulting Tecmiso st
unlawful employment of abytepsintads
who has not a certificate, but fv ebr h r
taught in the expectation of'50pranu ah
ne at a later examination,sinsto"aeac
ing then paid. With full ivsiaino h o
there should be no more ofpeleoth ngr
EMPLOYMENT OF TEACHERS. pors n h eti
t you will urge upon your mtn amn ew
at this time, the importanceinteUtdSaesa
>ying their teachers early in so oi etgt n
mer, and r'e employing their vescnenn h
teachers at the close of the tetobeafcigt
mless there be serious rea- rltoso ae.
making a change. Your Lt ieay~
orps of teachers who agree
work next session should be Asre hc hu
ad now, and not picked up nmd"h nhni
t the last moment. Mdr ldis"i
[MER SCHOOL ATTENDANCE. soeyfmthpin
vil dQ well, also, to exertpota.Btheese
'to have the teachers of theaswlabuiesnt
attend a Summer School-foci ancptls,
ate or County. Remind them Lrr amradm
le of the State Board(page 21, o u esi iac
ol Law,) that a "certificatemutrathslis,c
t be renewed unless the dn,o hne fh
ttend an institute or Sum- avlu ucs.A
oo,or show to the State risrciesol.h
LOIisnassue of "aten prog
~f Edcatin soe saisha acharer i ~TeaCoo
son fo not oing s."gRe wrto pporit faiawthi
rowds. 0 0
alling more Dry Goods,
.ve just completed the
i sam3 length of time,
)s them with the great
ifficient capital. I learned the Dry
ks and black goo ds still keeps up.
100 doz. Men's Colored Shirts 45, 65 and 85 ets.
A big lot of Men's Undervests and Scrivens Drawers,
the 60 cts. kind, to go on sale for only 40 or
80 ets, a suit.
The women who know the real value of Shoes, up
hold ours as the best they can get. They know
and believe in our quality, fit, wear and style.
They also appreciate the fact that we quote
lower prices on same quality than any other
house m Newberry. I believe I have as ma"y
Slippers as all the stores in town.
300 pairs of Oxfords, worth in any retail st
$1.00, now only 75 cts.
200 pairs of Oxfords, worth in any retail sto
$1.25, now only 95 ets.
200 pairs of Oxfords, worth in any retail store
$2.00, now only $1.49.
any case t4e DISCORDANT ELEMENT
the right to
cate unless it AMONG THE STRILERSI
ity Board of A NOVEL MOVE OF NON-UNION XEN
of Trustees IN AUGUsTA.
nids specially Ask Injunction and Damages-Their Claim
tending the Thac Th-y Have not Been Cared for
by Union Is Positively Denied.
.[Special to the State.]
next month Augusta, Ga., May 15.-The most
rustees to ag- unusual feature ever connected wjfff
their respec- any strike developed here today when
year be not- Attorney Picquet stated he was en
number of gaged in working up a case against
levying an the Textile union for non-union op
e term and eratives. When asked what inature
e teacher. the paper would be, he said he is
yours, workinguop an mnjunction andd
McMahan, age suit combined,.onunion oz
b of Educa- tives alleging they were'iin by
the union to go out with the strikers
- on the promise they would be cared
CE NEGRO. for the same as union members, while
oviding a corn- since the strike they have been al
pt Problems. lowed to suffer from the effects of
idleness. The ground for damage
-The house in this suit when filed will be that
bil oidd the union members by striking caused -
inire itod the lockout of non-union laborers, t
inquire cno the detriment of the latker; while the
.itof Sthesol injunction clause, will pray they be
bted apites. enjoined from coj:tinuing to force the
to cpoistedf mills to remain inactive.
toeceie of No instance can be found where
re ciem$3- judgment was ever rendered in suchj
hecm s-a case as this. W. L Hanby, in
>mprensiv te cage of the union commissary, de
raciono the nied this afternoon the truth of the
reducationa non-unionists charges. He says every
idle mill operative has been supplied
eans of pro- with provisions whenever they asked,
enith cms whether union or not, and further
repor commir- that a great many who never worked
drtet hef in the mills are getting provisions.
djustmontios He said one Brooks is getting ob
ahoosnoxious to unioni strikers by going
- around trying to gather a large
e-enough number of non-union men to
hav ben Jget the King mill started up on Mon
havebeenday. He says the mill authorities
ents of our did not authorize his action and
~f ie ofro Jknows nothing of it.
Hay Cosrmo. The union officers say they fear
ches possess nothing from the proposed legal ac
~rest equally tion threatened, if it ever goes far
rchaant. The Ienough to take notice of.
and the drift what She i. Called.
mnd basines Whenk Eve brought woe to all man
rd labor and Old Adam called her woe-man;
it is, the se. But when she woo'd with love so kind
ommonplace He then pronounced it woo-man,
ommo-pla,, But niow with folly and with pride
fIndustry. Their husband's pockets trimming
d by a noted The ladies are so full of whims,
subject. That people call them whim-men.