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A Sermon on Store-keeping
Be kind, it makes your life more happy.
Be joyous, there is but one life to live in this world and get all yoi
can out of it.
Be true, and you may expect others to be true to you.
Be thoughtful, and buy your goods of me.
Lots of people in business need money worse than I do. but I nee*
it bad enough; help a fellow out.
A sew ordinance just passed, a fellow will soon have to have all o
his food inspected before he can eat.
I still wear the pants at my home and when I can't I want thi
good Lord to take me right up to heaven.
My family and self get along pretty well together, but we wan
more stuff, I mean money.
My new spring goods are in. Come to see me.
CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS, CAPS.ISHIRTS, COLLARS
CUFFS. NECKTIES, GLOVES, TRUNKS, VALISES,:
In fact most anything a man wasts
I sell ODD PANTS for men and boys.
I make SUITS AND PANTS TO ORDER, make to fit and mak
at a reasonable price
?asv" Try me I will treat you right ""*?**
Mar** Look into my windows at what a beautiful line of Men's
Oxfords and Straw Hats ani Shirts, etc.
J. ED. DEAVER
Main Street Lexington, Va.
Latest Improved* Farming
Brown Biding Cultivators, Triple, Double and Single Shovel Plows
Five Tooth Cultivators, Spring Tooth Harrows, Imperial
Cutaway Harrows, Land Pulverizers, etc.
Single and Double Row Corn Plant?
ers, Hand Corn Planters, Seed
REflEriBEK WE ARE SOLE AQENTS HERE FOR
Studebaker, Brown and Mitchell Farm Wagons, the very" best wago
made in the United States.
0kW We have also just re-ceived a new stock of up-to-date Bugitiei
Runabouts, Spring Wagons, Harness, Saddles aud Horse Goods (
ROBINSON & HUTTON CO
No. 24 NELSON STREET.
In Out New Quartets
We are now moving into our commodioas and attractive room
Next door below Gorrells Drug Store i Nelson Stree
(Lately occupied by the Lyric Theatre)
where we are better prepared to serve our customers
Ranges, Cook Stoves, Kitchen Furnishings
We do.Sanitary Plumbing and Up-to-date Heating
Valley Heating, Plumbing & Tininng C(
Staple Gt oe cries
Confections, Candies, Fruits,
Groceries, Tobaccos, Cigars,
Notions, Hats, Shoes, Etc.
H. L. KENNEDY
BUENA VISTA - - VIRGINIA
YOU CAN'T MAKE II
Appear that you are an tsp to date bualneaa man If rou uae out
date Stationery and Printing. WhaUver la dona at thi* prints!
I* wail done and right up to the **>*?t*?1.tvT,
A lovely hand la ao great a charm?
and so possible for most people?.hat
almost all women reckon lt as an avail?
able asset. Because they think they
can make their hands exquisite at a
moment's notice they are sometimes
careless and neglectful, and then they
lind the minute is not enough.
If the hands are not to be brown, or,
worse atm, freckled, gloves must, be
endured when out of doors?for the
first few weeks, at least. To be bear?
able, gloves ahould be loose?a b1z?
larger than those worn In the winter.
If you cannot play golf or row except
with bare hands, then take other pre?
cautions. But for tramps across the
fields or along the high roads, for mo?
tor and bicycle trips and for riding,
be firm with yourself and keep bands
and arms covered. For sports or av?
ocations that Insist upon manual free
dom use other precautionary methods
Rub the hands well with cream and
then with powder. This will aave
them from tan and freckles. Many
find that If they can cheat Sol out
of his victory for a time ba can bo
. The above means, as stated, will
keep the hands white. To prevent
their becoming unduly muscular wit)
exercise, rub them nightly with olive
oil. locking and unlocking, interla.
lng and weaving the fingers, and work?
ing the oil into the palms and backs
of the hands. Once bring callouses
sometimeee; so does the tennis racquet
while the various weapons demaiui
by the golfer make the palms very
bard and firm In spot*. The oil will
do much here, and should be used
after the hands have been washeii
In hot water. Some skins can stand
a rubbing of calloused spots with
piece of pumice etona, but others find
this process rather thickening to the
It ls almost Impossible to sleep In
gloves on hot nights. One pretty girl
known to the writer, who had hands
of unusual beauty, did do this when?
ever she deemed that her charming
fingers needed extra care, and was
rewarded by having bands like snow?
flakes when her friends axblbited very
brown "paws." But few are able to
make this sacrifice of comfort in the
Interests of beauty!
A very good thing for hands that
have been exposed to sun and wind,
auld have suffered thereby, ls to wash
them in very hot water, with a uild
soap, and while the pores are still
open to rub them with a fine cold
cream. Massage them gently until
all the cream that the pores can ab?
sorb has disappeared, and then care?
fully remove what ls left. The bando
will repay you for the trouble.
If the freckles have surprised you.
ateallng along like a band of thieves
in the night, do not be disheartened,
but buy lemons! When you have
done all that you can do at night In
the way of washing and softening,
rub the hands with the freshly cut
half of a lemon dipped in salt. Do
this every night, and the freckles will
disappear, provided, of course, that
you take reasonable precautions hy
day. Many find buttermilk into which
a radish has been shaved a foe to
A mixture of glycerine and rose wa?
ter, applied to the hands after wash?
ing, plus a dusting with corn meal,
fine oatmeal or almond flour, will save
them from tanning and freckling.
Some form of peroxide should always
be at command; for stings of mos?
quitoes or other Insects and for re
moving a slight coat of tan lt Is equal?
fegt I I I ll I I I 11 i 11 i i i i
THERE are numbers of pretty ll
tie china ornaments that may b
purchased at a very trifling coi
that lend themselves for the mal
Ing of pincushions. In fact, all tbs
haa to be done ia to make a small ve
vet cushion, which can be made fror
remnants, to flt Into Its place with
few drops of liquid glue.
Certain ornaments, such as littl
vaaea and Jugs, may also be decorate
with prettily colored ribbons tie
round and about them and Hui.bed o:
I arith smart bows.
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Entertaining a Party.
I am graduating the end of thia
month and mother haa promised me
that 1 may have eight boys and eight
glrla to a party. Some of the boys,
however, are not In the graduating
class. We are all between 13 and 15
yeera ot age. Could you tell me some
way to entertain them for an evening?
I would like something with a color
scheme. Our colors are cadet blue
and gold. MARION.
To use the color scheme I think you
will have to gild a dainty baaket and
fill it with larkspur, which ls as near
cadet blue aa you can come to In a
flower, and have thia for the tabla
centerpiece; then for place cards get
blue satin ribbon and letter the name
In gold. For games I would advise
your looking over the stock In the big
stores for suggestions; and I have
watched young people of your age
have loads of fun with charades and
all aorta of old-fashioned gamea
Perfectly Good Form.
An Intimate friend sent me an invi?
tation to a card party sent out on her
calling cards, giving the date, place,
etc. Would thia be considered a for?
mal invitation? I answered lt In this
way: ''Mary Brown accepts with pleas?
ure Jane Smlth'a Invitation for Sat?
urday, June the second." Waa that the
correct way to accept the invitation?
Perfectly correct In every way ex?
cept tbe prefix. "Miss" should have
been used and for an Intimate friend
you could bave accepted less formally,
Planning a "White Shower."
I'll be very thankful if you wll]
please help me. I want to give li
honor of a friend of mine a "whit*
ahower." Pleas? tell me bow to decor
ate. Just what would be nice to aerri
and some gamea to play. HOPE.
Aa far aa possible use white flow,
er*, and you can serve vanilla cream
or pineapple sherbet with white Iced
cakes. I do not think you will nee<
any special games, as opening the par
cele usually furnishes enough excite
meat. If the guests like cards yoi
could have a few rubbers of "hearts.*
Proper to Use Card.
Is lt proper to use a visiting cari
for a daytime function given exclu
aively for ladles, for instance, for i
breakfast, luncheon, card party or ai
"at home" from 2 to 6? SUBURBAN.
Tea, one's card is used with perfeo
propriety for such affairs, but neve;
for a dinner party or an affair ti
which the men are asked.
Thanks for a "Shower."
Whan a shower is given a "proi
pectlve bride" would lt be correct ti
thank the friends at the time or writ
a note of thanka to be sent each on
afterward. "IN DOUBT."
Just thank the donors at the tim
and express your thanks to the hosl
ess for arranging the affair for you.
Will you kindly state In Sunday*
paper the latest form of announce?ten
for a "now arrival." A READER.
Tiny cards attached to the mother'
and father's, or their joint card, wit
name of child and date of birth, ia th
accepted form, placed In envelopes t
fit and sent by mail.
SESI I l I . I M 11 i i j i _l_DS
I the Chief
f This Pincushioi
We give a sketch of four inexpc
sive little china ornaments treated
the manner suggested that made ve
succeaful pincushions. No. 1 ls
whits china swan; No. 2, a small ph
pig; no. 3, a pair of little gold chi
shoes Joined together in the cent
and fitted with a ring, by which tl
cushion may be lifted, and No. 4 ls
dark green china frog.
The awan pincushion was made
pale blue velvet, the pig black velvi
the shoes pale green, and the frc
Children Cry for Fletcher's
Tho Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over SO years, has horne the signature of
?^mrf - and has heen made under his per
fjr^ ?C/^JW?"^** senal supe*r\Tsiou since its infancy.
*Wrtt"^?*v *f'C<40A446 Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infanta and Children?Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare?
goric, Drops and Soothing- Syrups. It ia Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morph ino nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms
and allays Feverishness. It eures Diarrhoea and "Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Fo?xl, regulates the
Stomach and I towels, giving hcnHhy and natural sleep.
The t'hildrcn's Panacea?The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
)Bears the Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use Fop Over 30 Years
TM! CrNT*.U? COMPANY. TT MUBRAY STStrt NSW YOSS CITY.
See adv. of Desirable Properties for
Sale in Town and County on * *
Pages 2 and 7 of this issue
" I suffered, during girlhood, from womanly weakness,"
writes Mrs. Mollie Navy, of Walnut, N. C. "At last, I was
almost bed-ridden, and had to give up. We had three
doctors. All the time, I was getting worse. I had bad
spells, that lasted from 7 to 28 days. In one week, after I
gave Cardui a trial, I could eat, sleep, and joke, as well as
anybody. In 8 weeks, I was well. I had been an invalid
for 5 weary years I Cardui relieved me, when everything
If you are weak and ailing, think what it would mean,
to you, to recover as quickly as Mrs. Navy did. For more
than 50 years, this purely vegetable, tonic remedy, for women,
k.ts been used by thousands of weak and ailing sufferers.
They found it of real value in relieving their aches and
pains. Why suffer longer? A remedy that has relieved
and helped so many, is ready, at the nearest drug store, for
use, at once, by you. Try it, today.
Writ* ht: LaoVet- Ad*rl?ot*r Dept., Chattanoofa Medicine Co.. Chattanooga. Tenn..
for Special Instructions, and 64-pa-fe book. " Home Treatment tor Women." tent Ire*. JCT