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MISS ELIZABETH EDWARDS, MISS FLORA THOMPSON,
Young teftcher nf Newport New?, who Young lady of Bluoflcld, W. Va., who
has been chogon firnt graduato at tho wns chosen second honor gruduatc at the
?State Normal School, Farmvilio. Suito Normal School.
[Speeial to The Timcs-Dl.spntch.]
LK.XINMTON.VA., Aprll L'7.~Mr. Ed?
ward N. Booghor nnd hls daughter,
Mrs. Samuel O. CampboM, who have
for somo tlmo pnst boen vlsltlng rela?
tlves In the South, tlie formor in
Gcorgln and tlio latter In Florlda, have
returned to their homo* in Loxlugton.
They wero accompaniod home by Mlsn
Katlo Bollo Young, of Dalton, Ga., who
Ih visiting her aunt, Mra. XV. Harry
Mr. Wlllinm Jennings, of Lexington,
left yesterday to vlslt lhe Jaraostown
Expoflltlori, where he will be Jolnod by
his father, Mr. Thomas .}. Jennilngs, of
Greenwood, Mo., who formerly llved in
Itoekbrldgo county. Va.
I>r. Johh fl. Latane, nf Wnshington
aml Leo Unlvorslty, attended the moot?
lng ut WaKhingtnn. V. C, the past
week of tho Amerlcnn Society nf In?
ternational Law, aml rc.nl a paper on
?Tie- CollOCtioh of rnternatlonal
I>"lits." Se.-retary Root proslded over
Mrs, Rllrabeth Ounlher, of rsiltlmnrc,
is in I.e.xington vlsltlng Rev. nnd Mrs
Thompson H. Southall, on Whib>- Street
fir. XV. s. ciirnii. of Washlngton ond
Lee, bas accepted nn invitutirmi tn dr
liver nn addross at the State Female
College nt Farmvilio during tho ap
Mrs. H. A. Mnrkham .of Cnoiden. X.
J.. arrived in Lexington a flow days
ago tn visit her mother, Mrs. Cox.
Mrs. Henry B. Holmes, of Newport
News. Ih vlsltlng her parents. Captaln
anil Mrs. Jacob Rodrlck.
Mr. Heiakell Smith. of Roncevbrte.
XV. Va., and Mr. McDowall Smith, of
Bratnwoll, XV. Y;j., spent lhe ruu<t week
ln Lexlngton vTslt|ng th.-lr parents,
Mr. and Mrs. James S. Kmlth.
THperlal to Tho Tlrncs-nispatch.l
SMlTIll-TEl.D. VA.. April 7ft.?Mlsa
Nevllle, of Norfolk, Is visiting frlen'de
Miss Orace Lonr. dattghtor of Dr.
W. W. Lear, of Charlottesvllle, ls vls?
ltlng Mrs. J. E. A'.'arren.
Mr. Raymond M. Hudson, nf Nor?
folk, spent several days !n Smithflold
Miss Mary Joyner spent sovoral days
with her nunt in Windsor last week.
Mr. R. Sell mnn, of tho Stone & Web?
ster Englneorlng Corporatlon. of Bos?
ton, Mass., is nt the home. of hls father.
Rov. R. B. Scott, recuperating from a
spell of illness.
Mr. Frnnk Battln spent several days
ln Smlthtiold lnst week.
Mrs. Jack Wilson spent last Tuesday
Mrs. Taylor, of West Virginia. ls
Has Won Over Seventy First Prizes
In Open Competition During 1906.
Thc Plienomenal records achieyed during tlie past
year and its marked improvement for 1907 make tlie
Supreme Over AU Competitors.
Winner of tke Vanderbilt Cup for two successive
years. Winner of tlie Dunlop Cup in tlie 1,000-mile
Australian Reliability Trials.
Smasking of all speed records from one Kilo
metcr (.6214 milcs) to 100 Kilometers (62.14 milcs1).
Two New Models Six-Cylinder
40 and 50 H. P. Car de Luxe for 1907
Absolutely silent, starts from tho switeh.
Darracq Cars not only smash records, but for
durability, smooth ritruiing-and clegance you eannot
get a better car than the Darracq.
Darracq Motor Car Company
1989 Broadway, Between 67th and 68th Streets, New York
Llcensed Importers Under Selden Patent.
Wrlto to Now York ofllco for booklet oxplalnlng tho Darracq Sys?
tom nnd llst of ovonts all ovor the world scorlnfr Darrncti vlctorlos.
Whethor you drlvo a Darracq or not, thla Informatlon will bo Inter?
vlsltlng her parents, Mr. and Mra. Jnck
Mr. O. S. Battln Is rjulte sick at hls
homo wlth grlp.
MIhh Itnndnlph, of Fergusson Wharf,
waa In Hmlthlleld lnst week.
Mra. Carder npent laat Tuosdny ln
Mrs. John II. Edwards, vlslted
frlends in Srnlthfiold during tho pnst
Mr, Jack McLondOn, of A'lrglnia Poly
technle Instltute, wna in Smith Held
several dnys lust week.
Mr. George AVaddJH is vlsltlng hls
parents ln Hmlthflold.
Mr. Robert Hootl spent several days
with lila slster, Mrs. P. K. Scott, ln
Newport News, lost we<;k.
Young Women Who Take
Honors at State Institution.
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, FARM?
VILLE, VA., Aprll 27_At a r.*c.:nt
meeting of the faculty thy hotiors
of tho graduatlng class of June, 1907,
wero av.Ai(l.-.l. Mlss Ellzabeth i-'dwnrds,
of Newport Nows, was chosen to dollver
tho voledlctory address, the llrst honor.
Mlss Flora c. Thompson, of Bluelield,
AV. A'a., was elected salutatorian, the sec?
ond honor. Hoth young ladies havo made
en excellent record. and aro worthy rcp
resentatives of their class.
At tho lnst meeting of tho senior class
appolntments wero made to all the llon?
orary posltlons wlthln the glft of tlie
class. They are as follows: Mlss Lucy
Kicc, hlstorian; Mlss Bcryl Morrls, pro
phet; .AIlss Mary Steger, poet; Miss
Bclle Broslus, wiitor of the wlll.
Tho committee having ln churgo tho
decision of tho Annual's prue liternry
contest made tho following awards: Best
story, Miss Flora Thompson; best poem,
Mlss liessie Sampson.
The faculty for the Summer Normal
School at Farmville has Just been com?
pleted, aa follows: General Supervisor,
Mr. J. L. Jarman; Dlrector and Lecturer
on Pcdagogy, Mr. Klme.r E. Jones; Bus?
iness Manager, Mr. 13. M. fox; Drawlng,
Mlss ilartha AV. Coulling; Prlmnry AVork.
Mlss Margaret AA*. Haliburton; Nature
Study, Wrltlng nnd Methods for Inter
mediate Qrades, Mlss Fannlo AV. Dunn;
Aritbmetio, Mr. J. Harry Whltmore,
Staunton; History nnd Clvlcs, Mr. Lee
Hidgood; English Grammar, Mlss Lula O.
Andrews; G?ogrnphy and Physlology,
Mlss Mlnnio A*. Rlce; Mnnual Training,
Miss Molllo Mauzy.
Tho prospects for the Summer Normal
are encouraging. The surrounding coun?
tles hav.) contrlbuted llborally to Its sup?
port, ns has the city of Farmville. The
entlre equlpment of the Normal School?
classrooms, auditorium, lnboratorles and
llbrnry?wlll be nt tho dlsposal of the
faculty and students. Tho course of
study wlll offer excellent opportunities
for revlew and preparatlon for. examlna
tions. and for new ideas on subject mat?
tor nnd methoda ln the public school
f Ppoclnl to Tho Tlmcf-Dlspatch.]
MARTJNSVII.LE. VA., April 27.?
Colonel and Mrs. Pannlll Kucker, Mr.
nnd Mrs. J. H. Spencer and Mr. H. C.
Gravoiy, of Martinsvlllo, attended the
openlne; oxorclsoa of tho Jamestown
.Exposltion thlB woek.
Mlsses Ellzabeth nnd Mona Whlttle,
nf Norfolk, Va., aro guests at the homo
of tholr unclo, Judgo 8. (3. Whlttle,
Tho many frlcndB of Mr. R. W. Blnlr
regret to learn that he will make hls
homo ln Roanoke, Va., after July next.
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. C. Stone left Mar
tlnsvllle a few days ago to mako tholr
futuro homo at AlllBonia, Va., whero
Mr. Stone will engago in the mcrcan
tllo and farmlng business. Mr. Stono,
however, will stlll rotaln an Interest
ln tho Henry County Tobacco Company,
of Mnrtlnsvllle, with whlch he haa boen
assoelatod for Beveral years.
Mrs. Dr. James M. Smith and hor Bon.
John It. Smith, are guesta of Mr. and
Mrs. H. G. Peters, ln Brlstol, Va.
Mr. und Mrs. H. S. Willlams roturnod
a fow dnys ago from a vlslt of sev
ernl weeks to reiatlves ln Wythcvlllti
CSprclal to The Ttrm-n-DliipBtch.]
RADFORD, VA., April 27.?-Ex-Oov
ornor J. Hogo Tyler nnd Mrs. Tyler left
Thursday for Norfolk, where thoy at?
tended the oponlng- exerclses of the ex?
posltion and the rocoptlon glvon by
Oovornor nnd Mrs. Swanson at the Vir?
ginia Building. After spending a weok
at the exposition. Governor and Mrs.
Tyler wlil vlslt Richmond for four or
llvo days. and after attonding tho meet?
ing of the Board of Visitors of the
Unlon Theological Semlnnry, Governor
Tyier, wlth Mrs. Tyler, will vlslt his
slster ln Carollne county.
A benutiful rose party was given nt
Arnheim. the homo of Mrs. Ellzabeth C.
Adams, Friday evening In honor of tho
Afternoon Idlers, by Mlsses Baldwln,
Cox, Gordon and Stark.
Tha houso was decorated ln plnk
draperles, plnk roses and plnk-shaded
lamps and candelabra, and the four
young hostesses were gowned ln plnk
and nlso tho little maldens who served
punch ln an attractivo corner. Mlsses
Evelyn Eyle and Dcssio Bullard.
Dcllehtful music by various guosts
and a roso contest. in which tho prizo
was a bunch of plnk roses, was follow?
ed hy tho servlng of rcfreshnients, ln
whlch tho color schemo wag carrled
out?tho plnk nnd whlto crenm belng
served in plnk rose baskets, wlth plnk
and whlto cake. About forty guosts
wore present, tho young men of town
being lncluded In the Invitation.
"Tlie Country Fnlr" will bo presentod
at the opera-house by home talent
Tuesday ovenlng undor tho ausplces of
the Radford Choral Society. About
fifty persons will form tho east, and
Misa FlbroiUto Edlth Llnscott, of Ath
ons, Ohio, will ba director.
Dr. E. C. Fisher returned Wednesday
from a vlslt to hls family at SIoux
City, Iowa, where he went for a weck's
visit to his fnmlly. Hls son. Mr. C. B.
Fisher, who llved hero for a while, has
accepted a position as adjuster of
claims for the London Guarantee and
Accident Company, ln chargo of tho le?
gal dopartmont of the ofllces at Mlnno
npolls, Minnesota, nnd will movo hls
fnmlly thero the tlrst of the month.
Miss Ethel Stark, of Natural Bridge,
Is visiting her slster, Miss Scotla
Stark. at Arnhelm.
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. McClung and
little son, Mnrshal. of Salem, woro
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lewls Ingles
Mr. Sumpter Eakin, who was re?
cently operated on for appendlcltis, ls
visiting his grandfathor, Rev. Tyler
Frazlcr, in Marion.
Miss Pearl Rosenfeld will leave Sun?
day for a trlp to Rlchmond.
[Spoclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch. 1
CHRISTIANSBUBG, VA.. Aprll 27.?
Judgo Willlam M. Pierco entertained bIx
teen of hls friends at dlnner on Thurs?
day evonlng at tho homo of hls brother,
Mujor XV. ti. Plorce. Major A. I. Har
less, A. A. Manonl, B. M. Hagan, G. S.
Hngan. R. T. Mosby, J. J. Blnger, J. S.
Childress, Willlam M. Dunklee, Willlam
Calhoun, Henry K. Tallant, Q. XV. Flagg,
R. I. Roop, R. T. Mosby, William F.
Tallant. Captaln John R. Johnston nnd
W. XV. Brown, of Lynchburg. enjoyed tha
W. B. Kegley, of Wytheville, spent
Friday ln Christlansburg.
"Tho Unlon Depot" wns given at tho
town hall on Friday night by local tal?
ent. for tho benefit of the Alleghany
Club, under tho direction of Miss Clara
Morrls. of Pittsburg. Tho young peoplo
acquitted theinsolves wlth credlt.
Mr. James Otey returned Thursday from
Charlottesvllle, whoro Mrs. Otey ls at
tho Unlvorslty Hospital,
The T. A. M. Cluh niot at tho homo
A 0TU5AM, guaranteed
to remoto freokles,
plmplcn, llver apots.
uu, sallowuess, dls
colorsiions and erup?
tions; tbe wont case
in 10 to 20 days. Loavet*
the skin clear, healthy,
and restores the beauty
ol youth, Bndoraed by
thousands ot grateful
ladies. 60o., ?.?, byi
your drugglst or naUJ
tlATIOKAL T0ILET COMPANV. Pwrto, TeOflJ
The Furniture we offer you is the best
that's produced in America. The prices we
quote are genuihe underselling prices, and
you can prove that by comparison.
The Credit Terms we extend to all pur
chasers are easier than any Credit Terms
you know of.
Food Keeping Quality
Is what every one secks in buying a
Refrigerator or an Ice Chest. Wc
have a supcrb line of thc kind that
do all that could bc demanded of
them. After having looked into thc
mcrits of thc best in thc market, the
kind we have adopted is the one that
appeals thc most strongly to us, be?
ing constructed on scientific princi?
plcs, giving a cold, dry air circula?
tion and at the same time doing so
Avith a less amount of ice than is
demanded by thc poorcr kinds.
Wc sell these summer comforts at
thc same intcrcstingly low prices at
which other home furnishmgs are
sold here; in other Avords, at moncy
savings to j*ou.
Our Line of
Wo do not bollevo that you wlll Hnd anythlng
liko na good an assortment of Co-Cnrts any?
where else ln tho clty as wo aro showtng. Thern
iro over a hundred different patterns to chooso
from, overy new stylo belng shown ln mnny
different designs. A very neat FoldIng>Go-Cart,
Others up to $50.00.
Handsomo Quartered Oak Pedestal Dining
Tables, liko cut, hlghlyf-pollshcU ? top. A very sub
$4.95 for a-SoIld.'Oalr. G-footf.Dlnlng Tablo; worth
In Our Ready-to-Wear Garment Dep't
Suits, Sfyrts and Waists
at Bargain Prices and on Easy Terms of Payment
Our entlre stock of Im?
ported MatUngs ls on salo
now at prices reduced ln
Flno China Mattings,
cholco patterns, as low as
11 1-2c per yard.
Jap Mattings, In set pat?
terns, as low ns 22 1 2c per
6o "Sample" Skirts?no two alike?made of fancy cassimcres
and flannels, in strpes, plaids and ehecks; you eannot buy them
anywhere under $5.00 to $6.50. Choicc for.
A lot of Chiffon Panama Skirts, which eannot bc had clse
Avherc under $7.50, will be sold for one day at.
75 Women's Suits of Panamas and Mannish Mixtures. in gray. cham?
pagne, black and blue ehecks and stripes. All taffeta or satin
lined. Eton and Pony effects. Plaitcd skirts.
under $18.00 to $20.00 anywhere; for.
Cannot be had
Black and Blue Taffeta Silk Jumpcr Suits?thc sort for
J which the other stores get $17.50?will be sold here as a special
[ bargain at.
A A'orj- Hanelsome, Mas?
slvo Chliia Closet, hlghly
pollshed and large mlrror on
top; nn exceptiOnal valuo.
of Mrs. Frank Dunklce on Thursday af?
ternoon. Nearly all tlie members wero
present to enjoy Mrs. Dunkiee's dainty
refroshmcnts. Mlsa Helon Johnston as?
slsted ln servlng nnt ice cream, ribbon
and cocoanut cake. followed by hot choc
olate and whlpped cream.
A new musical and llternry club is
belng organized by a numbor of town
ladies, to bo known as tho XV. B. S.
Club. Tho ofllcers will be elected at thu
next meeting, to bo held at tho home of
Mrs. XV. XV. Rangely. The club will hold
weekly meetings on Tuesday afternoons
at tho homes of thc members. Tho mem?
bership will lie limited to twenty. and
tho meaning of tho three letters by whlch
tho club is known will remain a profound
secret to nll but club members.
Mrs. Willlam M. Dunklee entertained
a number of llttlo tots at nn attractlvo
birthday party on Wednesday afternoon,
in honor of her granddaughter, Alico
Cabell Dunklee. Little Miss Dunkleo
asslsted hor grandmnther In recelvlng tho
guests, attlred In a dainty luce-trimmed
frock, over plnk. Decorations wero ln
plnk and whito, thc blrthday cake bear
ing three pink candles. Mrs. Frank
Dunklee, Mlsses Minnlo Ellett and Helen
Johnston served tho dainty sweats, which
carrled out tho color schemo of pink and
white. The guests wore Margaret Miller,
Willlam Hawley, Margarct and Alico
Kohm, William and Bum Hogan. Dudley
Calhoun, Vlrglnia Rongcley and Fran
Judgo XV. XV. Moffett, of Salom, passod
through town on Tuesday on hls return
from Floyd Court.
Messrs. Campbell and Mosby Montaguo
havo returned from a vlslt to Pulaskl
Tho Wednesday Aftornoon Club gath
ered at tho home of Mrs. XV. D. Stuart
to rocelvo tho report of tho committee
that appoared beforo the board of super?
visors. Mrs. Henry K, Tallant, Mlsses
Margarct Wade nnd Ellzabeth Stuart,
accompanled by Mr. Guy F. Ellett, were
flelogatod to petition the board to ba
pertnlttod to incloso the. town square, and
plnnt trees and flowers. Aftor due con?
sldoration. tho board appropriated $2i
towards the undertaking. Tha Town
Council will glve $50. and tho rest will
be raised by private subscrlptions.
i i. i ?
[Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
FREDERICKSBURG. VA., Aprll 27.?.
Mr. nnd Mrs. XV. XV. Wright, or Rlch?
mond, were here this wook vlsltln?
thoir daughter, Mra. Thomas S. Shop?
MrB. XV. D. Scott vlslted hor dnugh
ter, Mrs. J. E. Tylor, In AVashlngton,
Mrs. D. E. Smith has roturned from
Norfolk, where she vlslted her mother,
who has been ill.
Miss Lucllla B. Yatos has gone to
Newport News, whero sho haa loased
tho handsome Braxton reBldenco, nnd
will tako boardors and lodgars durlng
Captaln T. S. Ryan, oC the Engllsh
Army, and R. C. Llndsoy. secretary to
tho Engllsh ambassador at WaBhlng
ton, woro hero thls wook vlsltlng Rov.
IX. H. Barbor.
Mrs, A. XV. Embrey and Miss Suale
i'atea aro ppending a wook wlth their
Blstor, Miss Lucllla B. Yatos, near
Newport Nows, and vlsltlng tho expo
Rev. Dr. F. J. Brooke, ot Romnoy,
W. Va,, waa horo thls weeU vlsltlng
Professor S. XV, Somorville,
Mlsa Kate Montgomery haa gone to
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A numbor of our peo/ilo attended tho
oponlng of the Jutrw'' >wn Exposltion
Miss McLcod, of "L^ ,ton, was horo
thls weok, a guost. of IVirs. R. X,. Stof
Mlas Mlnr.io G. Butts, of Rlchmond,
Is vlsltlng Miss Suslo Whltohouso.
Mrs. Munford F. Johnson, of Orango
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Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Grlfllth. of Wcst
morohuid countv, wore horo thls woek.
Mr. XV. M. Waro and brldo, of Phlla?
delphia, .woro horo thls woek, guests
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