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if SUMMER SCHOOL
ROCK HILL, SOUTH CAROLINA
Jun? 13 to July 21,1916.
NOTED EDUCATORS-Some of the most famous educators or the
.J United States will give a series of lectures-Professors McMurray
and Thorndike o? Columbia University. New York, CommiBfoner
iv Kendall of New Jersey, an ex-President of th? National Education
Association, Editor of th? Journal of Education, President of the
' Story Teller's League, General Secretary of the Religious Ednca
.V ,tlon Association, and many others. -
COURSE OP STUDY-Full Courses of study will be provided, tb
meet the needs of (1) Superintendents and Principals, (2) High
School Teachers (3) Primary and Grade Teachers ?4) Rural School
. Teachers and (5) those wishing college credits. ' .
? FACULTY-A large faculty has been secured composed of spec
ialists and leaders of education in this and other states. 1
; j SPECIAL FEATURES-Model school, rural .school problems kirtdor
'. ? garton,, practice and lectures on the Montessori methods^ Comply
Boards of Education are authorized to renew certificates i lill -in
. .' '' ?prie for all teachers who do ?atlsfftctory work Ic thia ^uom^r
s School and take thc final examinations. . ' >-S.
T. LECTURES, ENTERTAINMENTS. OUT-DOOR PLAYS, MUSICAL
j COMPANIES, EDUCATIONAL MOVING PICTURES, PERSON*
\f ?ALLY CONDUCTED EXCURSIONS, LARGE NEW GY?WAS^HM.
\ ?tE^ULATIO? SIZE TILE SWIMMING POOL.' LARGE ATHLETIC
FIELD; AND PLAYGROUND THOROUGHLY EQUIPPED, A?CO
I 'i^ppATIONS UNEXCELLED. . ; ~\
? V '??orr rates abd . fhrther information write for Summed School
f \ftuiiet!n';.V I f,r< ' -f . ' . -r ' \
D. B. J?HNSON, PRESIDENT
ROCK HILL, S. C.
Some of the farmers are calling for Side Dressing,
now i for their young corn.
We Have The Goods
Th?ir idea is to Side Dress with this mixed goods
f '-.now and a litle^it: later with soda. This will make
. cprit if it can be mad*. We have the mixed, goods, and .
the soda. ! ,
I '?. v: '?. "?.'"'..V '->: .. .*;;.' .',.*'v . . _ ' ' ,. ; ? v.-.-.
: '. The ?at crop is fearfully short this year and the corn
crojfj should be "missed." You Will find the mixed gopdjji
ana thesodairt^the Farmers Oil jj Mill and at. the FertHi
2?r'Mill; -.*???.:?:' .... .....
i?$M:?. m '-? *M ?ANDERSON, & C.^fN J??*
,v ,.. . vy-*vr . ?*' .'.. : .. -.r ? ?
;^?^?^^^^^^Mi?p9KW at the Fertilizer- MUI'
. for loading... ? .
A. P. & O. GO.
' iv . . , . i: Require th? p?otapt pl?wJsat ot ordfirsjo? engrtyed liiv?. 1
.taroba.; Our;to ?
; v and form? that have been accepted by refiled an?
Jf; . P. STEVENS ENGRAVING ' COrj. Wedding Stationery
;? )V ' Engravers, ?.".'',
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? Catceckee Chapter.
The May meeting of Cateechee
chapter, I). A. lt., will bo postponed
HUI ?I further notice.
M?ntes Nollie Sue Pickens, and
Liilie Simpson are spending a few
days In Pendleton with friends.
;.MJr,ev :RufuB Fant and Miss Wllhel
.mina Fant wUV leave today for New
Ybrk.io attend the' Biennial Federa
tion of'Womens clubs.
Miss Bonnie Orr who has- been at
tending Behool- at Brenau college
will'arrive tomorrow lo be the guest
ot Mrs. J. Irviug Brownlee.
Tho meeting. of .the Lander club
has been postponed one week, and
will be held on Friday Juno 2nd, In
stead of the eomlfcg Friday.
Doe Wost Alumnae,
The Bue. West Alumnae will meet
on Friday afternoon at five o'clock
with Miss Jean Harris on Calhoun
street. As thin Is the last meeting
before the summer vacation, lt Is
requested that every member ? be
Mrs. E?. C. Brownlee has return
ed to her home in Due West after a
visit to Mrs. J. I. Brownlee.
Mr. and Mrs. George Gumbrell,
and Mrs. John Gambreil of Abbeville,
and Mrs. C. S. McCall,.or Bennetts
Yllle, aro an automobile party here
today the guest bf Mr. ?nd Mrs. W.
- Palmetto Chapter.
Mrs. Manly Watson was th.o hoe
teaa for the Palmetto chapter, and
quite a number of her friends - on
Friday afternoon at her home ' Ju.tt
south of town. The home wa? at
tractive with many beautiful flow
ers, and the afternoon was delight
fully pleasant ona for those pr o jen t.
Tables wera arranged for progres
sive anagrams, and the games were
a source of much merriment to the
players.. Mrs. Arthur Holeman, and
.Miss Rosamond Burdine tied for the
prise, a' lovely fern basket, ? which
was won in cutting by Miss Burdine.
Alt during, the afternoon. M rr?.
Frank Reed and Miss May Ltgon
served refreshing nectar, and af tor
tho g a mc 3 Mr B. Watson served a
dainty'sweet course. She was as
sisted tn her duties -as hostess, by
Mrs. R. E. I .icon, Mrs. J. L. Mc
Gee, Mrs. John Davis. ..Mrs. D. S.
Vandlyer, Mrs. Teo 'Watson, Misses
Amelia and Helen Reed.
Ppr Dr. and ?ra; Frazer.
Ono of the moat delightful-events
of the week, was the reception ? given
mV.Tu?Rdfty afternoon T? the lawn
of the" FirBt Presbyterian church,, in
honor of Ur:~anO!,Wftv'iTrazer;
? Dr. Fraser has just:completed his
tenth year as pastor of th^a church;
and the members wanted to in this'
small way express their love and ap
pr?ci?t lon for him-and his f-mlly.
The guest were Invited from ,6:30.
to 9 o'clock, and included all the
members of tho church, and a few
of .the,outside friends who had help
ed to accomplish the wonderful work
of. the past ten years.
Dr. Frazer and hie family are deep
ly Moved by the people of ? Anderson
irrespective of church affiliations,
and -the reception on Tuesday - was a
substantial evidence ot their popu
larity. , The''-lawn" made a most at
tractlvo setting -with chairs: and
henehes placed every, where for the
comfort of:the guest,' F.<acelving
with Br. and Mrs ./.prater were the
officers,- and their wives. Two tables
were aranged .on. each end ot the
lawn and these were In charge ot the
latino who aerved ' delightful nectar
Land sandwiches. A- piano' had been
placed on the )awn. and music by
MTS. H. H. Harris, Mrs. C. S.
Spearman, Mr. 8am Orr Trlbble and
other? formed, a delightful feature of
tho evening's pleasure. Tho charm
ing Informality, .and good fellowship
of . the . evening waa moat notlcable,
and made it most enjoyable for, alt
.present, (Who are sincerely looking
forward to another reception on Dr.
Frazer's twentieth anniversary.
Dr. D. W. Hunter and family, of
Hnnter, Oklahoma, are visiting. Dr?1
Newell's' mother. Mrs.. R. M. Xew
| ell on North McDuffie street.
. Hr. ?Ilenfehurdt H?re.
Mr, A?iraata Ber.khnrrit of ; Phil-4
udeiphia, Pa., a well known mUhl-J
elah, w biting;at "the;homo of Mrs? I
A. G."Keane. Last night Mrs. Fred
Maxwell gave a musical at her hot^e
in Mr. Denkhardt's honor..
BK KEPT MOVING
Owing io the comparatively small
amount of fertiliser, dsed >n crops
F this year, and to< the lengthy drouth;
caro should be taken to seo that, th?
crop' gota as mtwh nt ivae'pcesible.
There ia . not enough for ; the gr?a? I
and weeda and the corn and cotton J
too. A more fr?qn?c* a^lib?f cult!-1
vatios, and tho keeping down, ot
graas , and weeda, will enable " tho
.e^ra '-and odtion to take np more
1 "BTtiltxer. - The"crop need*-al? the
jteJature it 'coh':ifc?U-'-''aBdH'fiitan?fr
cutUyatten helps to.y kean a mimbil
f on the land and eo conser ve what j j
[ inoSattirer that- la present, ai well aa
foo JHil weeda! ?and graaa which use
a considerable amount ot water,
which ia^aeeded fe* the cora add
?t?mt?k. Dcn?t let the crop Marra
or. go thirsty for iapk of. aumcietit
shallow cultivation.-Clemson Col
i^^'li^.f^^;kept' ' or eiren I
. .r^afterfl? nae become" willed}
. placing the *atta et toe stalks te J
fwate^tfhe natta Ja iras et lettuce. J
You Have to Visit This Store
wonderful values ar? here itt summer footwear for men, women and
children. V - . . ? <
You are always able toi find something Just a little different at this
store and the price a price that is reasonable.
White and gray combination pumpa for Ladies Comfort slippers for women, plain the. etas- ?
Barefoot-sandals and Play Oxfords for Chll- -a new model that ls pretty, worth $5.00, tlc side, $2.00 value, tl AO I
dren in tan calf, black calf and patent leather. on salo ' <fcO AK here for. . V* 0"'7
r.0?tlv%210r0nDfant8UPt06$2.00 h0re?0r.H???" Whtta canvaas rubber- sole oxfords for mon- I
for a boy. 65c to . . witb white rubber soles, $2.00 jfcV CA fl
fvalu.es, here for . .. ... aP*?OV ?
Veranda pumps for growing girls, plain white, . - S
White Canvas Pumps for LadleB with white whUe trimmed wuu black'and black trimmed Gunmetal custom last oxfords for boya-lirio
Ivory soles, covered- heels and button orna- wlth ^hlto, $2.00 values g*? iSA fitter, regular $3.50 value, ' . A.q>. An
ment, a $0.00 value. *A CA here for ../. $1 O.U hero for ... .,!. $?*.UlJ
hero-for._. eP?t>eW . _ ..,.,". .,,..","..,
White Kid pumps for Ladles trimmed with ' ,- ? rSlf?p*-^
black, kid Avered hecla, $5.00 *0 yftfS Tennis SHppors-For meh; .womens V-' SOc / / ftSS?vX
values, here for .. %|>A.<*D . j and-chlidretr-r::. ... ?J*-T- | /^^ ?^^gV^X
G EISBERG BROS. SH?E CO '^Sp
Under Temple $h^es That Satisfy ^^^^^^^^ J
[YmV : GAN GET R?RGAiNS
ONLY WHERE THE^ ARE TO BE FOUND
II^?^if^tj bargains, hqw^
and s?ksonat>le things every day at?^
of splendid Bargains on Monday.
^4 4> 4>'>;4>''4 4 4.4 4 4 4 4 4 ? Big Dry Gooda Spectab 444444 44444
? jU?|rOS MONDAY * l^jj^i^te^jMilii * ^"T MONDAY ?]
_ ? ^ , A. , mal[conditions prevailed. Hero are a tow * - .. .' . ?. " ^ . * . . L- ,
1.000 VardoCheeked and Striped 4 of the remarkable 'values offered'for Mon- -f , 3? !"Ctti PercAlea^n light land ? "
4 Vollo-pretty sheer.quality-real 26?. ? ,jay. . ... ' . ? dark-good, emooth ' quality-and O
.4 value, good; lengths, 4. . . > /' ?fr : nothing better elsewhere .at 12 l-2e. ?
? v ' - ; * 15 id?ces !$P Inoh Tango Chiffon-light' or' ' * ' *'s>
" *' ' Only i5c Yard * ?-nlored grounds-best 25c value. Specialfor .'.v* ' . * . Only. 10c.Yard . 4
? + Monday. , -, x TK?% ;l1 *': . * ;
+444+4444*44444444 ' Mic yard.... ...T. ...; .., .......?.y*MV^ ? * # * 444 * 444 * 444 * # ?. :
"?. ? ?. , ? , ?>.?'.... *V4 y}pt .''-,, :'. . ? . .? . .
' ; Hn.Wu fei? ?Iii. Fsimtiw Nico Assortment, ot Sport Strlpo Bbvoiine, " *?l ??', Shepherd Checked Skirtsat,$l Each
. '. MOMePr rormeranuiy i.retlior thnr .Solsette. Special for Mo?v.' . . .
desirable quality at wcrtfe-whue savings ,??,Vj - OAi<i,,H- . NftVer was there, such a rago for extra
, the yard ... ... 1'.:,^... ... ... a&V,? v skirts aa now. . Warm weather is hero tb
60~t)6z. Ladles' Boot Silk Hose-black,- ? ?.". A ; ( ' . : ?tnv and avnrv ?ornen must have a supply
, white, blue.arid:pink-all sizes. .O?. , W1? tot Striped Organdies,, best, 25c:*4l?e;v'v^:p?.-^7tetm'?klrtV . .
? tho?.pa?r..-.. Iv. ........ ?OC . ? Sp?cial for Monday. ^0?'" ? ' Nicely^ taUored Models in Shepherd Cheek
60 Doi. Ladl??'Cauro Lisle 25c Hose, wilh ... ...vv.. . ,. V/.Sktrta. ?-pocket^ good.-fL?i? yalues-^Speclnl
possible a little:-Imperfection- now and Pretty Crepe Plaxonj, spacial 25c valup,'i, i'- tot Monday; "one flight up," tl AA
then-black ori?y-ail siees. ? CS?, Palies w?y Monday; ; . ?'.'ICi?':'- ' Eq?h v.,v. A ?W; .
? the pair... .,. ... ... 1?C thb yardV.. ;.. 1^^isf^'^^?
40 'Doa.-La-d!ea'- Gharant?ed.Roand ' -Ticket ' 3<; Inch B?tchora Lbiep, pretty quality. Spec- ; _^ .v ^ Wt?:ai?,to':
Silk Hese-b?aek. pongee, copenhagen. lal fer Monday, ^ " 1L?\.?B?
.gades regular, and out siees. Monday Jutf For Monday . . Monda>, at each... ... ....EOc .
fhA ?iv 5?C A nan -v?U? ?i oli ' i , ?-I'IM' ^VI Blnc.k'or wh'ite double Rtltc.hcd Gloyeo, wllh'
tho pair. .... ... ... ... ...... MW 4.000 yf^4 J^? : f?tf;; Leeste^ i qotkT/?> ' : /. -coatrasUng stltehlng-nU-. slaeaT-Moriday-:
15 &nt C?rt?& Scrim at iOc Yard i^m? ? ^ ?: ' ^ -/" y- ' Vv' -'50c .
25 Pieces Stencilled and Hemstitched Curtain the yard ... ... ....... - ?"C Specials For Rfen and Boya
Scrim, a g?od 15c valut, a large variety of .'. ' :?'?? ?'? '' ' ?'?.-'?.? ^ ";;,""-,,- .. -x,.
prrAty patterns and colors. Special for Mon- M?^' Always on the alert for tha opportunity
. "fl A T^***! : .'. of KocurlriK hotter merchandlno ut lower
th^'yatd - ' *UC . jsmp?l' SKSffifScSS -^fe' prices the Bee Hive proudly announces t?e'.
.'?^'v'IJ^r' fflWP*t~^Jt.^^W?V^4<iTO?li. - following Spacials for Men and Boys for
A Rood lime to. get your summer cur- (ffj^P^ffi?ptf1 ^sQ?jr^S Monday:
<ainn" ^?feM^^k-^?ra^^^S^LW '. . 1? Fiae quallly Men's gerge Coats, a good
Another gig Hat Sale^ for Rt?ndaV '-^SaM^^^P*^ ' '.':; ^^i^-S^P^^ ^S;??
Unus^Villu?a at $1.00 ' " : - Mondoy. Each ........... al?ai.UW-.
?'?':JL:r ^^ .? "-. ^ .? : ' ;-' ?l-" Boy?' Palm Beach Norfolk Knicker .Sudhv
:&MPWi?r?&?&S^ : - BICMBBON?^1; : ' . ^M ^^?? -..?^>I^
dar?uiryj cievar creations ic all the fashion- IBO Picea l^ricy Perii^ jmo Plain ?' yi0 g^'i $fi,9U"
able braids and colors. You scarcely -b?- r Ribnorie wb^ . ; ;
lieije !t .to be possible to buy such stunning .'''??^a?^-'M^ii^V-'"^' ;-:'--'*- 33 Boxen Man'a 48olaatta fiport .Shirt? with
hdtb for Vo little. ' ; - - ^tal for Monday at ,,,,v V. I -fancy collara^all sl?es-ond In white or
^A'bigr^ortm-ahV- of ^trlmemd and un-' ' ' . ';/ ^? f&&M??*? .Z I ' j V ^^ftVto^^ . ^ B?C
tilmmed Hats for Monday, many of them_j_; . ??? ' " ' ^ ' ' ^' (
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