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(Special to The Tlmrs-Dispnloh.)
"VIRGINIA BEACH. VA. July .i.-The
"Princess "-Mine was the center of the gny
.-Crowd last merit, where the merry throng
"enjoyed the glorious Fourth. The lobby
of tho hotel resembled a knleideoscope,
with the ever stirring crowd, while f??**
e?e, sun porch, board walks nnd beach
'Wore scattered with the bolles nnd beaux.
'.?. Tho ball room was filled with dnlicers,
and altogether a larger crowd assembled
at the 'leach that has been seen thero
' for years. Richmond people predominated
,'at the hotel, among them being Mrs. I?'.
? L. Robertson. Mr. and Mrs. Adolplius
'"'Blair, Mr. and Mis. Stuart Jone?-, Mr.
. and Mrs. Edmund Benson. Mr. and Mr?.
11. E. Etches?n, Mr. and Mrs. Charles l'A
, Rolling. Colonel and Mrs. John Mur?
phy, Misses Elise Stokes, Rattle Shields.
Mnry Ball. Mossi?, Preston Noland, Toni
Brandcr, William Parrlsh, XV. M. Hablls
ton, ?. (?. ('.raves. William Wight, Nut
? Frnyser and many ntjiers from Rlcli
-mnii'J. Arthur Kylo Davis, John Wntson
and David Dtmlop from Petersburg; R.
Vf. Hunter. rrom Winchester, nnd Others
from different parts of A'irglnla,
Mrs. Halford, who Is remembered as
", one of New Orleans's belles and beau?
ties .Miss "May Vanvandlyer, Is spending
noverai weeks nt the Princess Anne.
., Mrs. Archer, Miss Blanche Archer, Mrs.
' McCoy, Mrs. Negas and Misses Negas, of
. Greenville, Miss., avo here.
?. At Miss Pollock's are Mrs. E, 1,. V* ood
. nrd and Misses Ledila and Mldied Wood
nrd, Misses Morrlss and McCoy, Messrs.
. "Koone, Croxton, Ellott. ? of Richmond;
, ?Mrs. Herbent and Miss Ellen Herbert, of
Alexandria; Messrs. Stansbury, Urquhnri
. and Croxton, of Norfolk.
-.' Mr. nnd Mrs. Dodnmcnd, Miss Carolino
0*rny, n' Norfolk; Misses Bessie Venablo
fund Mary Friend, of Petersburg, are nt
? merry ' house party of young people
, ; nre enjoying themselves at the Merediui
Mr. nnd "Mrs. William Williamson, of
Qinnvjlle; Mr. and Mrs. George C. Cabell,?
Or., aro at Mrs. Bertha Dnnce's cot
At Mrs. Pnnnlll's are .Miss Dornla Reed,
?of Balllmlre; Miss Mary King Nasli, of
' Portsmouth; Messrs. Theodore Miller and
James Bradley, of Baltimore; Miss Rosa
'.Friend, Miss Sue Davis, of Petersburg;
'.Mrs. Nevltt, Mrs. Olenti, Mrs. Flannlgan
land children, of Philadelphia; Misses Van
j Ammen and Mr. Cheers, ' ot Baltimore;
;*Mr. nnd'Mrs. XV. A. Witt, of Richmond.
". At Sea View eoltnge aro Mrs. Bradley
Jones, of Baltimore; Misses Victoria
"Parks and Ge?rgie "Murray, of Washing?
ton; Mrs. Knox Wilson and Miss Paulino
?Powers, of Richmond; C. J. Faulkner, or
"Boydton, Va.'; John J. Bowman, Georg?
T. Hiikoy, of Washington; Phil. Carlton.
"Robert R. Skinner, C. E. Cntimer, or.
"Petersburg; Robert C. Harrison of Dan?
ville; R. II. Prltchelt ot New York; G.
C. Dula. A. G. Dula, of Now York. ?-.'
Among those at Mrs. Dance's are Mr.
and Mrs. Tom S. Williamson and Mr.
Plnckney Williamson, of Danville;
Messr. George P. Branch nnd Morgun,
of Richmond; Mr. and Mrs. Williamson,
of Gordonsville; Messrs. Gray, Pearson
and Tucker, of Danville.
At Mrs. Fowlcs's are Mrs. Clements
and Mrs. Thomas, of WInston-Salom, N.
C; Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Talley, Profes?
sor and Mrs. W. A. Harris, of Rlch
jnond; -Miss Leslie Jennings and Mr. XV.
A. Jone?-:, of Richmond.
At the Mecklenburg are Mrs. R. C.
BiUsoly; Miss Lucillo Blllsoly. Mr. Eugene
Bilisoly. of Portsmouth; Mrs. Within*-?,
of Henderson. N. C.; Mrs. Reed, of >-'dw
port News; Mrs. Bassett. of Lynchburg,
Idrs. Chandlc-y, of Washington.
_,_ ("Special to The Times-Dispatch.*!
"LEXINGTON. VA., July ll.-Caplaih T.
C. Morton, of Staunton, Inspector-gen?
eral of the Grand Camp of Confederate
Veterans of Virginia, has appointed Mr.
3. Scott Moore, of Lexington, assistant
inspector-general for the Tenth. District
to succeed Colonel W. B. Pettlt, of Flu
yanna county, whose resignation was
caused by ill health
Mr. Ernest L. Rhi-des. of Atlanta, Oa.,
fr^-it s-everal days hire visiting Ills par
tnzs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. IHiode*?.
lie returned home accompanied by his
wife and daujtbtor, who -spent several
?months in Lexington.
Rev. Dr. Thornton Whaling and Mrs.
?Vfiiaiir.f; left this week for Atlantic City.
"N. J., where they will spend a portion of
the HTimrner. During Dr. Whaling's ab?
sence his pulpito 'a-t . pie Presbyterian
Church will bff ttKeiS by Rev. Dr. Robert
Campbell, of Asheville.. ?. C, nnd Rev.
.?Dr. J. M. Wells, of Wilmington. "N. C, '
Judge James Keith, president of the
Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia, is
visiting General Se.ott Shipp. He is ac?
companied by Mrs. Keith and daughter,
Mr. Henry Weinberg, of Hagerstown.
*Md-, Is in Lexington visiting his brother,
[Mr. Isaac Wr-lnberg.
Mr. Oscar C. Brewer. <-r Pulaskl City,
?was here last week visiting tlio family
.Of Mrs. Margaret S. Humphrie?..
Professor D. C. Humphreys was In
Washington and New York this week in
Uio interest of the heatinir apparatus for
?ho engineering hall at Washington and
Colonel aiid Mrs. Thomas M. Sommes
.Bio visiting at Atlantic City, N. J., this
?? Hon. H, St. George Tucker and linn.
t'.'reenlee 11. I.etcher were visitors nt Ihe
IDomocrattc convention In St. I.ouls this
Judge. K. Houston Letrhor left "this
?week for nn extended Western trip, In
rludlng Tellowstono Park nnd the Bt.
Mr. John G. pole, express messenger
Df the Southern Express Company, *-,-,,
headquarters In Pocahontas, Va., Is
spending his vacation in Lexington vis?
iting his children.
of J. 11. Spicei? & Co.'s bankrupt stock, at 417 E. Broad Street, must be
sold, regardless of value, by August 1st.
Every Pair at
Cost or Less,
"sSMCTBA'Sr 417 EAST BROAD STREET
MURPHY'S HOTEL, COMMERCIAL HOTEL,
RIJEGER-S RESTAURANT, HOTEL LAWRENCE,
BELARUE'S, E. A. STUMPF.
R. L. CHRISTIAN ? CO.
GAYETY IN GLOUCESTER
(Special tn Tlin TImcs-TMspntch.)
GLOUCESTER. C. li,, VA., July d,?
Though iho hours between wnklng nnd
sleeping arc long and mnny, they aro
nono too long or too mnny for thn young?
er set In Gloucester, who, with sailing
parties and dancing and driving, whllo tho
hours away. Among the pleasant hap?
penings of the week was the Ware ao
clabic, given by Mrs. Hopkins, of Wav?
erly. Sho was assisted In pouring tea hy
Miss Rebecca Powell, of Alexandria, and
Miss Hepb'irn, of Maryland.
Judge and Mrs. Wellford gave a delight?
ful Asall In compliment to some of tho
many guests on the North River. An
abundant luncheon was served, with all
tho elegant appointments of their dining
A happy occnslon for the younger peo?
ple was a sail given by Mr. George Talia?
ferro, who, at a late hour, brought biick
tho bright but hungry party ready to
appreciate tho fino supper prepared for
them nt Dunham Massio by Miss Leah
Mr. and Mrs. Corr gave a pretty lea
for their daughter, Miss Ethel, just grad?
uated from tho Baltimore Latin School,
and her friends, Misses Sally Jones, Mary
Lee Tahb and Ellen rLee..: The young
gentlemen present wero Mr. John Wil?
liams, of Orange. Vn.; Messrs. George
and Sam Cary and Willie B. Lee. Tim
Messrs. Cary and Leo entertained tho
young ladles on Thursday by a merry hay
rido In an ox cart. It goes without say?
ing they fully enjoyed the delicious sup?
per served on their return by Mrs. Cary,
On Thursday nfternoon Beau Pre, the
home of Mrs. Fahs, was In gala dross, tho
occasion being a lawn party given by
Mrs. and Miss Anna Fahs for the benefit
of a fund for a new organ for Ablngdon
Church. With such charming hostesses
and beautiful environments, ' the evening
could not fall In charm and enjoyment
Miss Rebecca Powell, Miss Lou Sea
woii and Miss Thornton, of Norfolk, are
guests at the rectory.
Mr. Harry Tabb, of New York., and
Mrs. David Saunders, of Midlothian,
spent a. part of last week with tho Kon.
and Mrs. John Tabb, of Whlto Marsh.
Miss Molly Jackson Sea well, having
r.assed the month at Goshen, Ncv?teaci
and the Shelter, rturnd to Baltlmoic,
to her uncle and aunt, Mr. 'anil Mrs.
Mr. John AVIlllams, of Orange, Is vie?
wing his aunt. Mrs. Charles Cary.
Miss Leah Taliaferro has returned from
? visit to her brother, Professor Warner
Taliaferro, of Maryland, whero she re?
ceived many evidences of Maryland hos?
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rhodes aie v'.s
iting Mr. and Mrs. Robert Seiden.
Professor John Bouldln has returned
.'ioni a sojourn at Newport News
Mr. nnd Mrs. Maryus Jonc?! nient a
part of the week in Gloucester, ? vhere
tholr many friends are always ploascu to
Miss Evelyn Byrd MeCnndllsh Pai? hr.cn
a month at White Hall, and lina Icl't
? join Mi's. George Byrd at a summer
icsort In New York.
Mrs. John Spottswood Wollord, of Rich?
mond, is tho guest of Judgu and Mrs.
Wr-lford, at Burghwestra.
Mrs. Henry Ames Williams, of Rich?
mond, and Master Courtcnay Hnrr.3 ara
Mr?. Anna Smith and Mrs. l?anle
Deans Mayer are at Beau Pro.
I'rof'-ssor Stubbs, of William and Mary
College, and family are at Valley Front.
Mrs. Eldredge, of Lynehburg, and Miss
I-oone nnd Mr. Spares, of AVest Vliglnla,
ao? Mlfn Uattio Ware, are gueslii of ?.?.
ami Mrs. larger, of Glen Bay.
Mrs. Fanny Tucker and Mi^s Murlo
Lightfoo't, of Richmond, are at the Ex
Mr. and Mrs. Boshor have relut ned io
Mrs. Parker, Mrs. Freeman Parker und
Mrs. Watt have been guests at Nciyetead
nini-have returned to their homo
Miss Marion Smith has ielt ior hvr
annual v?sit to Fauquler county,
Mr. Thomas Smith, formerly of Glen
1'ioy, now of tho "Lowlands," m>U wllh
a painful accident on Monday lust when
a runaway horso dashed Into ".rills,m
w'ih his buggy. The two vehicles lu .'keil
vheols, and Mr. Smith wa? thrown out,
Though painfully, but not nei loua y hiiri
hu Is on tho wny to recovery.
Miss Fanny James nnd Miss Broo o
Byrd are at Charlotte'svlllo. ,
SOUTH BOSTON SOCIAL.
(Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
SOUTH BOSTON, sVA., July 9.-A de?
lightful houso party has been In progress
for tho past two weeks and lasted until
to-day nt tlio beautiful homo of D. Vf.
Owen at "Hyco Heights," near this
place. The party was entertained by. his
daughters, Misses Frances an<?l Sue Owen.
The members of tho merry party wero
Miss Sara Ferris, of Bronxvllle, N. Y.;
Miss Adelaide Chamberlain,'of New York
city; Miss Carrlo White, of Chatham,
Va.'; Miss Charlotte Stebblns, of Paces,
Va.: ?Miss Portia Owen, of Turbevilie,
Vn.; Miss Sarah Craddock. of Cluster
Springs. Tho gentlemen were Dr. Lewis
Pllcher, of Petersburg: Mr. Stanton
Pllcher, of Petersburg; Mr. Luther Carl?
ton, of Rox boro; Mr. James A. Long,
Jr., of Roxboro; Messrs. William Owen,
of Turhoviilo, Va.; Jamos Easley, of
Houston, Va. ???.:.
Mr. E. E. Hughes and wife, of Lyneh?
burg, havo returned home after/ a pleas?
ant visit to friends.
Mr. John C. Lawson, after an extended
trip to Texas. St. Louis and Arkansas,,
has returned homo.
Dr. J. T. Ricketts. wife and little,
daughter. Mary, of Mt. Sterling Ky., are
tho guests of Mr, H. J. Daniel near this
Mr. Charles T. Lovelace has been
c'.ected town councilman to fill'the' va?
cancy caused by the resignation of Mv,
Robert 11. F.dmundson.
Mrs. M. A. Gllliland and grandson,
Henry, left this week to spend some time
In Richmond and Norfolk with relative?
Mt. C. T. Yancey is spending his vaca I
tlon at Virginia. Beach. I
Mrs. Joe Terry and daughtor, Bessl.\
have gone to Patrick Springs in search I
of health. j
Miss Virginia Carrlngton is spending]
some time at Virglna Beach and, Norfolk.
Rev. Dr. Arthur Kns?lvlng, ot Brook?
lyn, N. Y.i spent several days visiting
Mr, Alexander Bruce this week.
fSprclnl to Tho Tlmcs-Dii=p?tcli.)
ALEXANDRIA, VA? July 8.?Captain
H. C. Ansley and family are srendlng
the summer on Seminary Hill.
Judge J. B. McCabe, of Leesburg, was
tn the city this wenk on a short visit.
airs. Eflie Leof, ot Lynehburg, is visit?
ing her father, Mr. W. B. Dobie, in this
Miss Annie Tyler, who has ben visiting
friends In Lynehburg, has returned.
yMrn. M, B. Jlmiow Is spending the surri
?fner at Lincoln, Loudoun county.
Sirs. M. B. Daingerfield nnd her
daughter, Miss Bollo Daingerfield.' nre
visit ing In FYoderlcksburg.
Mr. W. Peyton ? Moneure. of Butte,
Montana, who Is.visiting his father, Dr.
Peyton Moneure, of Fairfax, wfil return
to Montana in ? few days.
Mrs. Berryman Green nnd children, of
Seminary Hill, havo gone to CatlettTr
Station, Vn., for tho summer?..
Mrs. C. AV. Turner, who has been visll
Ing her mother, Mrs. T. J. Harris, in
Churlottesvl?le, ha? returnee^ accom?
panied by her sister, Miss M. C. Harria.
Colonel K, Kempcr Is visiting in Deln
Mrs. C H. Zimmerman has returned
from a visit to New York, and New
Miss Mary E, Onrlln has returned from
Elllcott City. Maryland.
Mrs. AV. P. lienshaw nnd family nm
spending the summer In Caroline county.
Mr. nnd Mm? 42, L. Shepherd will spend
the summer nt. the country homo of Mr,
Shepherd's parents, ?rear Seminary Hill.
(Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.)
WtNCHF.STRR, A'A,. July il.-Professnr
,l!.mes ?. Lovett, principal of :5hr-nan
donh Valley Acndemy, of this city, and
His brille, formerly Miss May N. Pnxlori.
of o'Pallon, Mo., havo arrived In AVln
rhestor, Mrs. ovott*L waa formerly ono
??f the faculty of ihn lOpIscopul Female
Institute, this city,
Rev. Wllloughby Clnybrooke, ot Texas,
i? the guest, of his slater, Mr?. ?.?.?<? ?,
McGuire, formerly Miss Char.ntts Clay
brook, and who was married recs^tly Jn
Pichuionrl to Dr. McGuire.
(Speelat to The TlmM-Dlspatch.)
STAUNTON, VA., July O.-Mldwny
Lodge, No." 153, I. O, O. F., held their
seml-nnhital Installation of officer* Tues?
day night nV follows: B. A. Fitzgerald,
noble gtyind; F. E. Fnlwider, vlco-grand;
D. 'C. Humphries, past grand; D. W.
Cash, financial secretary; J. A. Hese,
treasurer; A? M. Thompson, right sup?
porter to noble grand: ? W. Bowers, left
stipportor to noble grana; A. B. Agner,
warden; W. ?.,Davis, conductor, ?to..
Tho ofrtcer? of Lewlston Lodge ?. No.
JS1, wero installed this week n s follows ?
J. IL Stlcklcy, hoble grandi W. ?.
Clark?;, vice-grand; ?. F. Humphreys,
?secretary; J. vf, Sheets, treasurer; C W.
Bailey, chaplttin* ?. E. Rex rode, warden;
J. B. Smith, conductor,
, Tho Y. M". C.'a.-junior department will
/go on a camping expedition to Cava
Spring from July 26th to August 6th.
They will tako nino large tents and a
httmbor of small boats. A telcphono will
bo placed on the grounds.
A movement ls'now on foot, and a com?
mittee has been appointed by the Coun?
cil to look Into the question of having
Slaunton supplied with soft water. This
committee, composea of Messrs. XV. ,P.
Tarns. J. M. Spotts and J. G. Fulton,
was instructed to Investigato the Rhino
hart lands, In Angusta county, fifteen
miles southeast of Staunton, nnd ascer?
tain the prlco from the owners, and re?
port at next meeting as to tho practi?
cability of supplying the city with soft
water from tho streams running through
There Is also to he appointed a water
Inspector ? to examino hydrants, closets,
nnd see that no leakages occur. Th?
Council authorized the Stroet Committee
to hnve a sewer laid on North Coulter
Streot. .They also voted ?"??VM to Mrs. O.
M. Goode for her property" In widening
West Frederick. Street.
Tho foregoing net of the City Council'
demonstrates tho fart that the Council
Is co-oporatlng with those who havo or?
ganized themselves for the purpose of
henutirylng the city.
Mr. George AV. Hewitt, of this city,
celebrated his sixty-sixth anniversary "on
the Fourth of July, and had with him
nearly all tho member.?, of his family, in?
cluding his sons from Richmond, Wash?
ington nnd Charlottesville.
Mr. John B. Cochran. after several
days visiting in Richmond, has returned
to tho city.
.Mrs. Thomas C. Elder. Jr.. and, two
little sons, of Washington, are visiting
lier sister, Mrs. ? R. ? Gregory,. here.
Miss Caroline McCa.w, of Richmond, Is
visiting Miss M ?fry Ranson at "C'lken
wold," this city.
Mr. T. G. Tnbb, of Richmond, Is visit?
ing her*-. .
?Special to The Times-Dlspatcli.*)
GORDONSVILLE, VA., July 0.-? mu?
sical entertainment under the manage?
ment of Miss* Ella Evans was given
Thursday night for the benefit of tho
Methodist .Church. The programmo was
rendered by local-talent, assisted by Mr.
George Kirkpalrick, of tho United States
postal service; Mr. W. L. Bailes, dis?
patcher of. Chesapeake and Ohio Rail?
road, of Richmond, and little Miss Gladys
Brewer, of Baltimore.
Air. Klrkpatrick gave one of his fino
tonor so!on, Mr. Balles represented a
darky and sang coon songs, and. Miss
Brewer cuke-walked and sung coon
SdIos were rendered by - Misses Gwen?
dolen Briscoo. Myrtle McAlexandcr and
A fair sum of money was realized.
Tlio Charlottesville Methodist District
Conference will convene .here next week
Sun's minstrel troupe will exhibit here
next week. ,
A game of ball will be played between
Govdon.svIUe teatp and tho Cherokee In?
dians. * "
. Mr. Leonard F'jtilconer, who has been
touring the Northern cities on a bridal
trip, stopped over to visit his aunts, the
Misses Fauleoner and Mrs. T. XV. Ross,
of this town. Mr, Fauleoner Is engaged
In business with a tobacco firm of
Greensboro, N. C and will pinko Golds?
boro, N. G, his fui ire homo.
Mr. B. 11. Fiiuk-niiur has been sick for
Mr. Samuel Schlosser, who has. been
sick at his liorjc for several weeks, Is
Mr??. John Schlosser. Sr.. of Hagers
town. Md., is tbo guest of Mr. John
? Schlosser, Jr.
? Mrs. J. II. Hall and daughter. Mary,
have returned from tt visit to friends In
Mrs. Edmond Partldw Is a guest at tho
home of Mr. B. H. Partlow.
(Special to The Tlmes-DIspatch.)
-BLACK STONE, VA., July 0.?The
Flinch (.'lub was entertained last Tues?
day evening hy .Mrs. G. Adams. The in
vilorl guests, were. Mesdames Willio
Crai lo. Beiiliam Morris?, Eddio Jones,
Clark Robinson. IS. F. Crone. Dr. W. V.
Atkins. Dr. Adam?, W. A. Itami, Frank
Jones, J. M. Harris, Richmond Dlllnrd,
G. crollo mid Misses Louise Budd, Mat
tie "Hardy, Pallio Beay. ?
Notwithstanding lli.e excessive w.irm
weather the evening was much enjoyed
by thn whole party, and all regretted
that the withdrawal of tho "king of day"
reminded thorn It was limo to return
Imme to prepari! tho evening meal their
for "lords of creation."
'Special to The Tlmce-DlspatchO
WARRENTON, VA., July .'.--Mis?? Sue
Gordon, of Richmond, is at Mrs. M, M.
Mrs. Sorpmes and her sons, Thomas nnd
Charley Semines, of New Orleans, are in
Mrs. Cnmpheii Groner, of Norfolk, is a
guest at Mrs. .)'. W. Belt's.
' Miss Rose Donglas Wallach, of Wash?
ington, la visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wallach.
?surgeon-General P. M. Rlxey and Mrs.
Rlxoy passed through Warrenton this
week en route tu Culpepcr.
SOME AT ONE)
SOME AT ONE-THIRD,
SOME AT ONE-FOURTH.
Something Extraordinary Will Happen Here,
urt Summer clearance sale starts Monday. The price cutters
goes to work. The : bargain hunter will rejoice? For, tomorrow 4,we offer the
following, and many other selected specimens of best summer merchandise at
such prices that tell their whole story. Read every word below: . ? ,
50 Per Cent. Off.
Pique Skirts, Linen Skirts nnd Crash
Skirts?tho best moflo ?klrts In Ktoh
mond; they range In price from f?
to rjui.tis. Remember there is only ono
of a kind, and they are Just half
Another lot of specials Skirts, In
nub voile, all wool, light walking
lengths; the June prlco was $8, Mon?
day /thoy will F A Qfi
Small lot of Shirt Wnlst Suits, odd
6lzes, that wo will close out Monday;
If you can get your elzo you will
get a' iiargain?$2 value, C| 'Jc
Sheer Lawn Waists, a. bar- ifi_
tin. at.. 4?C
$1.25 New Bertha Waists, ex- Qfi,-?
?.r.i.i Silk Waists, wash tf| Oft
A Clearance Sale
of Gauze Vests starting--Monday at
8:30?10c. value,? J.-ic.; 25c value, 1.0c.
Sheer Lawn Shirt AVnlst Suits, cn
Irely new and a
bargain; $4 value".
tlrely new and a Monday <r^ no
,Sc Unbleached Cotton, thirty- C_
six Inches, for....... ot,
12c. Duck, navy blue, with
whlto dot, for.
;iOc Sheeting, bleached, two O?ir?
A Towei sale, 12 l-2c. value, tfir*
and a half yards wide
Just received a large quantity of
Wrist Bags from a large manufactu-,
rcr at a ridiculously low price, so you
get Monday 50c. and 75c. value *\ e -
A lot of 25o AVhlte Belts re- | rip
Men's 6o. Wash Ties reduced 2f?
An odd lot of Pearl Btlttons 2r
Call and See
our Muslin-Underwear specials?ano.
4??., TBo. and 08c,
Read Every Word.
Muser Brothers, of New York, asked
us to make thehr ail offer on-a large
lot of Valenciennes Liuf.es to get them
out of the way of?their Invenlory;
we did, and such a low prlco as It was.
You get Monday 76c. and il ic,,
value for... OOC
How Did It Happen?
A few pieces ?5f Figured Jap Silks'
and a piece or two of Foulard Silk
will bo sold Monday, 59c. 1C?
Machine Torchon Laces, Ce. *tn
value, for. O**
? Another lotjif Laces, 8c and AHAr
10c. values, for.'. ^70
A small lot of Point do' C*76r?
Paris Laces, 12 l-2c, for.... ^70^
Cambric, Nainsook and Swiss Em?
broidery, ^one lot dainty, neat work,
another lot wide, showy
work, regular 12 l-2c. value,
Another lot of those Mercerized
Ginghams, 25c, value, that sold so
fast, at 12 l-2c., but this time they
will be, Monday, f?\l?C
Men's Negligee Shirts, sizes from
14 1-3 to 16, the regular ?1 S(\r
shirt, for. p\t\*
2<5c. Striped Linen, red." with a
white stripe, will be sold ?\"XAr
Monday at. "*ji\\/
Ladles' Neckwear, 60c.? Col-' pe?
lara reduced to. AuC
Fan Chains, greatly reduced, f ?
60c. value. I VC
A lot of 89c. W'rlst Bag? ???
A big cut In Whit* Goods-one or*
two pieces of this kind and a few
pieces of another kind, bunched at a
price; each piece sold at | Al/r.
?ac. .Monday for. l*Tt3aC
leal In Ca
e will sell f) "11
Cloth at.... y9**f*J
Another big deal In Cannon Cloth
for Monday; we_ will p,ell
12 l-2e. Cannon
Wc. Grass Linen, thirty-two Inches
?wide, only three pieces left,
12^0 Value 654c.
Piques nnd Ducks, light grounds,
black dote and stripes.
Special In Black
Wdterproof Batiste, sheer and fine,
IOC* 12 "l-?-'c. and 1 Be.
A Sheer Batiste bargain, light
grounds, with idols and stripes, linen
effects, dotted! Swiss effects,
real valuo 15c. to 20c, for.;
White Lawn, forty Inches wide;
this le a Monday special,
A wonderfuL bargnln ? In Solid " Col?
ored Lawn.?*, with fine lace stripe;
worth a great deal more. ?'??t
A new lot. of 10c. Dress Ginghams
received that will be r.old Mon- c_
day as long as they last for.... *"*?
Pioue. soft finish, medium wale, in
full lino'of colors; the reg- X'JX/ r
ular 25c. valu?, for. ** *****/3*'
25c Hose, 19c
Lace ' all around; a
E. T. FAULKNER CO.,
THE DAYLIQHT CASH STORE,
FIRST AND BROAD STREETS.
Small seeded dot.
Library Voting Contest
WE ISSUE VOTES.
Best Country Butter, per pound - - - - 22c
Best Timothy Hay, per Ton - - - - - - $17
Pride of Richmond Flour, $5.40 bbl., or %, sack 34c
Large, Juicy Lemons, per dozen - ----- 12c
Arbuckle's Coffee, Per lb - - ..... 11 l-2c
WE ARE SELLINO
Buggies, Runabouts and
In such a variety that we are sure to
have tlio one that will just fit your
Our vehicles have the style that
mnny others do not have, and wo can
save you money on them.
Also the latest things In
AND FARM MACHINERY, AMERI?
CAN WOVEN WIRE FENCE, GAU*
VANIZED BARB WIRE, V CRIMP
STEEL ROOFING, WAGONS, HAR?
THE IMPLEMENT COMPANY,
1302 and 1304 East Main Street,
RICHMOND, VA. '
The most reliable car on the mar?
ket to-day, regardless tho motive
power or price Is tho WHITE
KTEAM TOCRINC1 CAR, ?old In
B. A. BLENNER,
No, IS North Seventh Street,
I have a few more good ?econrt??
hand Automobiles that I will sell
cheap. $760 Machino for F29?, Call
or writ? for full particulars.
B. A. BLENNER,
Gasoline und Steam Engines Built
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Now Cut Herrings, bbl. *"'*.7??
New Cut Herring?, half bbl.?p-.'?*-"?
"Large cans Table Peaches, each, iSc.
Large cans Tomatoes, each. 7o.
New'Cut Horrings, 3 dozen for Jtl?o
New Roe Herrings, dozen. lHo.
Best Cream Cheese, pound.lS?V-c.
Elgin Butter, pound...... ttlio.
Best Meal, 70c, a bushel, peck, iWc.
Largo-New Mackerel, 3 for. 2So,
Medium Mackerel' each.... fie
Best Butchers' Lard, pound,.,. 10c.
Silver Leaf Lard, in tins, per
Good Lard, Oo. pound, ? or three
pounds for.'. '?tie.
Good Pork, pound,:.,. 7c.
Bhipstuff. ton....'. **?
Evaporated Peaches, 3 lbs. for.. I?5c,
Best Prunes, 0 pounds for. ?l?o.
Genuino New Orleans ' Molasse?,
Best Salt Pork, pound. 10a.
Malta Vita, package.- lue,
Mothers' Oats, package............ Oc.
Old Crown Rye, gallon,;........ fll.OO
Old Keystone Rye, gallon.?fC?O
Old Excelsior Ryo, gallon....... 92.00
Old Capitol Rye, gallon.fl.BO
Wilson'. -Whiskey, bottle.fl.ou
Duffy's Malt Whiskey, bottle.... 80o.
Fulcher Whiskey, bottle.fl.00
Buchu Gin, for kidneys, bottle,, OOo.
N, C. Corn Whiskey, gallon..., fii.OO
These prices are for cash In ad?
vance. .Ten cents per gallon extra for
Wholesale and Retail
Grocers, Liquor ?aid Feed Dealers,
'Phone 507. 1724 East Main Street.
Branch Store, 25th and Church-Hill Ave.,
'Phone 1865. DAVID R. GRIFFITH, Manager.
e?rtvnes mAi)t[ by buying and operating the
Tona wan da Merry-Go-Round
Made by ARMITAGE-NERSCHELL CO., North Tonawanda, N.Y.
FOR fCRMS AND PRICES ON
MILITARY BAND ORGANS,
P. C, M?INT?RE & CO,, ClWiotte, N, C, Southern Agents,