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TEACHERS DISTRICT SCHOOL.
Five Counties Have Agreed to go
Into the Plan.
The Distriet Summer school for
teachers is now an accomplished fact.
At a meeting of county superintend
ents of education held in Greenwood
recently the school was definitely or
ganized. There will be a superin
tendent or principal and eight in
structors. five men and three women.
The faculty was chosen and announce
ment will be made of the names of
the instructors as soon as acceptances
are received from those elected. Some
of the best educators in the state
have been secured whose very names
will guarantee the success of the
Tuesday, June 19th, has been fixed
for the opening and there will , be a
session of four weeks closing on Tues
day, July 17th. Courses have been
arranged in English, Mathematics,
History and Civics, Geography and
Nature Study, Primary Methods,
Music, and Manual. Training. In ad
dition to these, Supt. E. L. Hughes, s
This week we
women and c
State, and thi:
and follow thE
Dress Goods Palace
The Dry Goods department .s
with Easter Dresses, Easter Ribb<
Easter Gloves, Easter Skirts, Eas
everything that it takes to make t
berry the sweetest girls in Dixie,
we offer tremendous bargains th
We want ycu here.
Shoes! Shoes! and
Shoe covering for every walk
upon thousands of new styles, sh
laided in Black, Vici, Patent Leati
Pink Oxfords, just to match you:
Dresses. Try a pair of Hannon &
men. The Ladies' Shoes and Ox
Quality are beauties. No Lady's
Gents' Furnishings, Hats, Uni
side of the big store piled with the
New style Hats in Panama and St
The swellest lot of Easter Rib
500 50 and 75c. Corsets this w<
Black Cat Stockings 12 1 -2c. ps
The grandest lot of Embroide
shown by a Newberry store. Ask
200 pair $2.00 Lace Curtains, t]
SPECIAL: With eve
of the Greenville schools will give a
week s course in what he valls Illus
trative Gegrapiy, the construction
of globes, relief maps and other school
aids to geography teaching. This
work has been given at the State
Summer school for several years and
has been very popular with the teach
Four public lectures by leading ed
ucators have been arranged. It is
expected that these will form one of
the chief attractions of the school.
The five counties of Abbeville,
Greenwood. Laurens, Newberry and
Saluda unite to support the school.
At the conference last week were
present: Hon. 0. B. Martin, State
Superintendent of Education, who has
been very earnest in his efforts tQ es
tablish the school, Dr. John 0. Wilson
of Lander college, Supt. R. W. Nash,
of Laurens. Supt. J. S. Wheeler of
Newberry, Supt. B. F. Sample of Sa
luda, Capt. Jas. Rogers and Supt.
Coker of the Greenwood schools.
Several noted speakers and educa
tors have been invited to make ad
dresses during the sessions of the
ehool. Among these are, President
will offer Bai
s Easter weel
r crowds Tue:
full to overflowing
ns, Easter Parasols,
ter Belts, and in fact
he Ladies of New
roughout the store.
in life. Thousands
apes and lasts just
der, White, Blue at d
r Easter Suits and
Sons Oxfords for
fords in the Queen
foot complete with
:lerwear, etc. One
newest of the new
raws just opened.
bons in Newberry,
sek 39c. each.
ry Flouncing ever
to see them.
bis week at 98c. pr.
ry cash purchas(
H. Louis Smith of Davidson college,
Dr. Geo. B. Comier of Newberry,
Prof. J. G. Clinkscales of Wofford,
Prof. Preston Search, a noted educa
tor of Massachusetts. The sessions
of the school will be held this year at
Lander college in Greenwood.
Some Flag Incidents.
Mrs. Fannie Lesher died at Cham
bersburg, Pa., the other day. Speak
ing of her. the New York Press says:
'Inl civil war days she was 'Dolly'
Harris. the handsome young daughter
of a resident of Greencastle, which is
in the route of Lee's advance to
fight the battle of Gettysburg. When
the Confederate army came marching
through the valley, 'Dolly' Harris
lived where the Citzens' bank now
stands in Greencastle, and as the
gray clad army passed the plucky un
ion girl stepped to the curb and wav
ed the Stars and Stripes almost in I
Gen. Lee's face.
"The Confederates passed without
molesting her, but 'Dolly's' name was
hieralded as that of a heroine of the
Ereatest battle of the war of the
Ne are shov
sale will be
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Your aste Sui..Yes,.we
of bright nappy.styls.al.. Spri
stle. irc.fomA erc'so
makers, Srauss Bro., ece
other. Coe toay ad vi
Blck, les Gey ndFac
of10.00 Sut veghwni
c o $.00o-oe
The voung girl took no risk whe
she waved the flag, for there was nc
a soldier in Gen. Lee's army wh
would harm a woman. We served ur
der General Lee from the day he too
command until the surrender an
never heard even a disrespectful wor
used about a woman by one of hi
soldiers. It is not on record wher
any woman in Pennsylvania or Mary
land was treated with the slightes
incivility by any of our men.
Greencastle is a familiar name t<
the editor of the Medium, being th
birthplace of his mother. In ou
march to Gettysburg we turned of
after passing Hagerstown and miss.
ed seeing Greeneastle. Captured al
Falling Waters July 14th. 1863, w<
were marched back through severa
villages on the way to Harper's Fer
ry, and at one of these we witnessed
a flag incident. Two women came to
the sidewalk and waved the Stars and
Stripes in the faces of the prisoners,
screeching out words of abuse when
the soldiers of the Fifth New York
eavalry, guarding us, made them take
their flags and get back into their
ghout Our I
ving the mo
d the buyin
-r - - ;
les .Th gretes ln
we andlSummer 10y
St ctte s n16otes
houses. The same women had waved
Sthe Confe(lerate flag at us a few days
t before. The g'uards said they knew
0 what kind of people the women were.
. A little farther on a crowd of non
combatants stood on the street cor
ner and began to jeer at us when -the
guard denounced such proceedings
s and said if a stop was not put to such
behavior he would turn the guns over
. to his prisoners with permission to
t shoot into the crowd. That hint was
These flag incidents make interest
Engines are very much like people.
The switch engine makes more fuss
around the depot than the engines on
the through trains. The cheaper the
person, the more trouble he causes.
A girl wouldn't know half so much
of the things that she oughtn't to if
her mother didn't try to have her
A good many people are like little
birds in a nest. When you praise
them they lie still with their mouths
wide open for more.
3ig Stores. thf
st complete I
Lg public of ti
inity of 1906,
We sell more Silks thai
spun because we sell the:
the silk worms are doing <
we are selling 3,000 yds.
Taffeta, $1.25 value, at 7
1,000 yds $1.50 kind :
200 yds Taffeta at $1.1
300 yds. Peau de Sole
1,000 yds. 27 inch Jap
2,000 yds Jap Silk at 2
Greatest Bargains in BL
berry. This Wee
Here's where we are I'2
5,000 yds. beautiful 1i6
large and small figures, th
5,000 yds. Gauze Serpc
this Easter week, sale pr c
2,000 yds. Estrello Bat:
a 16 2-3c. value, at 10Oc.
5,000 yds. Waisting at 1
500 fine Bed Spreads $
300 fine Bed Spre.ads $
500 pair Towels. They
Most complete line Ladi
500 yds more Madras C
60 fine Sunburst Ac::orc
in blue and black, at $4.75
ds. Mollohonl Mill
The best of Lawn Grasses for
the South; specially prepared
to withstand our summers
and to give a nice green sward
the year round.
Special Lawn Circular telling
how to prepare and care for
lawns, mailed free on request.
for superior Vegetables
Our Descriptive Catalogue tells
you how and when to plant for
best success. Mailed free. Write
T.W. Wood& Sons, Seedsmen,
RICHMOND, . VA.
If ou want the sweetest and best Water
Melons and Cantaloupes grown, plant
Wood's Southern-grown seed. our
Descriptive Catalogue tells all
about the best kinds to plant.
tt will bring
ine of men,
~o get in line
a lot of stores sell Home
n cheaper. This week while
ouble duty in sunny France
36 inch guaranteed Black
at 89c. yd.
Silk at 29c. yd.
ck Dress Goods in New
k is the Time to Buy
. The prices, that's IT.
slins, Lawns, Batiste, etc.,.
s season's styles, at 5c. yd.
let, a 25c. Dress material,
ste, fine for wash dresses,
.00 kind, at $1.49 each.
.25 kind, at 95c. each.
re great, at 10Oc. each.
~s' and Children's Hosiery
nghams at 5c. yd.
eon Pleated Skirts, beauties