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GOROONSVILLE
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
> Gotdonsvllle. v.l.. June 22.?Miss
.Kcllle (inodwln, of Alexandria, has
jfceen spending the week vclth her
'grandmother. Mrs. Emily Goodwin.
Mrs. J, A. Noble spent a few days
this week with Mrs. II. H. Sargeant
In Mineral.
John W. Sectt. Jr. wife and child,
of Basle, spent several days this week
[with his parents. Dr. and Mrs. John
W. Scott, in the city.
Burton Cook, who attended school
In Hi' hniotvi the past session. is
spending ins vacation with his parents,
Ri v. and Mrs. J. B. Cook.
Miss Salllo Greinet, of orange, spent
several oays this week with her sis?
ters. Mis. C C. Gill und Mrs. J. T.
Ware, In the city.
M Faber and daughter. Miss
j i a pleasant Stay ot two
Weeks with her daughter. .\trs. A. It.
Collins, In Richmono, returned home
ou {t'ucsda/, accompanied 'oy Mrs. i
Collins and family.
P. S Beckham has been spending ?
the week with tili sister in Chane*- j
town, \\. \ a,
Joseph W. Hull has returned from
a visit to frlenda at Wylllesburg.
Mrs. r. 8. Lewis hii?j cmldreii. of1
Jacksonville. Fla., huve been spending
tht week with lie.- mother. Mra bidnej
. Wood.
Robert Cook, of nuniillc. spent sev?
eral ?ia\s tins we, k with his brother.
Rev. Ja'incs B. Cook.
Mrs. E. D. Eubank, utter a week's
visit to her daugiitor, Mrs. S. J". Hub
soi i Mt. Ranier, Md.. returned home
Tuesdaj night, accompanied by Mis.
Hobson ami i hlldren,
Miss Mary Newman, of New York,
Visited tin aunt. Mrs. A. 13. Martin,
here several days this week, en route
[to attemi the summer school In Char?
lottesvllle.
Mis. Jelin L. Jones, of Charlottes?
vllle, is on a visit to her parents. Mr. j
iund Mrs. W. H. Jordan.
Mrs. Ellie Marius Marx, of Norfolk,
its on a visit to her parents. Mr. and :
Sirs. Sam Marcus, In the city.
' Joseph W. Hall and Miss Katharine
[Schlosser left on Wednesday to at
Itend the summor school now in session '
?Itx Charlottesvllle.
Miss Belle Martin left on Wednesday
?for Orange t ? attend the wedding of
pier cousin. Miss Eleanor Martin, to
blr, weathcrall.
Mrs. \V. M. Downer returned home
(?Wednesday from ? week's visit to rela
ftivei In UifU'n Forge.
Miss Anna Downer, after spending ?
?"the past month with relatives in ?
fCllft1 ii Forge, returned home Wed?
nesday,
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Brlsco, of
j California, arrived on Wednesday to
. gj\-n,i son,.- time with his mother, Mrs.
j F leming Brlaco.
Mrs George Wright left on Thurs
. ds> visit friends in Washington.
Mrs. 11. C. watklns and Miss Nanule
I Jjei Downin attended the Martln
[?"Weatherail weaning In Orange on I
EJTh ursday.
WYTHEVILLE
I (Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
Wythevllle, Va.. June 22.?On Th?rs- j
day evi nlng Miss Daisy Maupln dc
fllgMfully entertained n large number
] Of her frien-ds ot 500. The guests j
'.were received by the hostess in the j
?parlor Where Mrs. Tyler Kent and j
Mrs. H- R. Shelley presided over the
? punch bowl. After several games of
[cards, dainty refreshments were serv
'ed. Those enjoying Miss Maupin's
hospitality wire: Misses Katie Green.
Maggie Ribble, Eleanor Terry, Mary
and Nan Powell. Bland Dew. Blanche
[Saunders, Kui i'oage, Belissa Gleaves,
R-.i' Ewald. Willie Withers, Mary
Preston Kent, Bettle und Page Moore,
May Ribble, Lucy ani Alice Pendle
ton und Mrs. Tyler Kent and Mrs.
Shelley, and Mrs. W. H. Brown.
Messrs. Stuart and Fitzgerald Camp?
bell. Harris Flndlay of Ablngdon,
Ed won Splllcr, Henry Boyd, Houston
Brown, C. W. T?te, J?nlua Powell, H.
ii Tone, of Richmond, Neal Williams,
Fred Ewald, Marlon Saunders, Joel
Terry, w. s. Humphreys, Chris btey
ani Dr. W. H. Kibble-.
Cards have been received an
nouni ;ng tii* marriage of Miss czarina
V. l'etltt to Wm. C. Thomas, of this
j la e, the marriage having taken
place in New Orleans, the home of the
bride on Wednesday, June 12. Mr.
and Mis. Thomas will reside in Wythe?
vllle after their return from a North?
ern trip.
Mrs. K. !->. Saunders and children, of
New Orleans, have arrived In Wythe?
vllle, and will occupy the home of
Mrs. John G. Brown for the summer.
Judge Saunders will join the family
later.
Miss Helen Huffard has returned
from a session spent in Chester, S. C
Mrs. John M. Miller and children
Cand Mrs. Peter Otey, of Richmond.
Pia.' arrived for the summer.
Mis. li. p. Allen and little son,
.HamptOlii are the guests of Mrs.
Thomas R Dew lor the summer.
Rev. and Hrs. \V, a. Hall visited
friends here* before returning to their
l.onu !n Lexington, Missouri.
Mrs. Jerry Stone, of Johnson City.
-Irr.n, who has been the guest of Mrs.
!j. Normciit Powell for the past week
left Saturday for a visit to relatives
in Pulaskl;
Palfrey Terry. Charles Thomas and
3'itzgorald Cam],bell, cadets at the
A Irginla Polytechnic Institute are at
Jiome for tlie vacation.
Charles Fox Graham, who has been]
?a student at Uampdcn-Sidncy College
,for the ;,as; session hss returned
(home. Mr, Graham received the de
Igrco of Bachelor of Arts from that
lilUtitution. und will pursue the study
lof medicine at the University of Vir?
ginia next session.
J. Fred Johnson spent Sunday with
tVMrs. Johnson, who has been visiting
in Wythevllle. Mr; ani Mrs. Johnson
loft the, first of the week for John
|f>on City, Tenn.
I'ouglas Poage left Saturday on a
.tri], to Lexington, where ho will visit
I.is brother Robert Pougc-, who la a
cadet at the Virginia Military insti
tote.
Henry t". Stuart left Saturday for a
Visit to bis brother, John .Stuart, at
Aoingdon. Mr. Stuart has been at
"Loretta" tue home of Judge A, a.
Campbell, where he lias he-en lc.
cupersting from a recent Illness. He
was much henefitted h> his visit, and
Iiis many friends hope he win soon
recover h?s strength.
John B. Ewald, of Atlanta, has been
vUliing his parents, Mr. and Mrs .
F. Ewald, at their home on Union
htreet.
Harris Findlay, of Ablngdon, who
has 1 n he guest of his brother.
Frank Hay, has returned to his
home.
Haynea Huffard. of Roanoke Col?
lege, is at home for the vacation.
Misses Louise a;i-l Martha Aller
Martin, of Johnson City. Tenn.. are
the guests of Mr. Geo. R. Huffard fo.
the week-end.
PAMPLIN
[Special to The 'i Irnes-Dlspatch.]
Pamplln, Va., June 22 The splendid
entertainment which w,is given Friday
right under the direction of Miss Kate
Franklin i(>r the benefll of the Ladies'
A Id .Society <>f the Baptist Church, was
repeated Tuesda) night.' The attrac?
tive program was thoroughly enjoyed
hby those, present.
Mrs. V. D. Wilhelm, ot Oakland, <'ai.,
t 1f visiting her sls.ter, Mra p. t war
iren. The visit is the first to Virginia
'in about twenty-two years
Mr. and Mrs George Lull, of Brad
fnrd. Pa., ore. tho guests of Mr. and
Mrs. it. V Longsworth. They rnnd"
the trip from Pennsylvania ? In their
automobile, but found the roads v? ry
bad in some sections.
Mr. and Mre. John T. Spencer and
?family. oJ Lynchburg. are visiting Mra.
Ladies' and Misses' Department
Alterations
Free
First and
Broad
JUNE CLEARANCE
No Time Like Now for Bargains During
Continuance of Our Clearance Sale
and Every Woman's Garment
Greatly Reduced
Lingerie Dresses
$13.50 Values
now
Linen Suits re?
duced from l/d
to 5*2 former
price.
Look for White
Sale Tag. 8
All $13.50 Tub Dresses
Fabrics Now $5.98
$15.00 Voile
Dresses, now
Spring Suits
reduced from Y2
to ^ former
price.
Look for White
Sale Tag.
All
Shades
ALTERATIONS FREE
Which Are Executed As Painstakingly As If Charged For
Spencer's mother. Mrs. V. P. Pnnkey.
L, S. Gllllam, who hits recently llnish
od nt Richmond College, has gone to
Charlottcsvllle for the course at the
summer normal.
Miss Imcllo Guthrie, of Appnmattox,
who has been the guest of Miss Mary
Benle tor severs! days, has returned
home.
Uev. James H. Terry Is at home for
the summer from fi-o?.er Seminary,
where he has been attending.
Miss Wilsle Thornton Is spending
some weeks with her sister. Mrs. P. H.
l.ukln, In the mountains of Kentucky.
RADFORD
I special to The Tlmes-1 ?ispatch. )
Ilarii'ii'ci. \'a . June 2C A pretty hop
was given 6n Monday evening by the
Rad lord German club In the club hall
in honor of the visiting girls. The
chaperons anil guests were Mrs. L W.
Clark, Mrs. L p. Kearstcy, Miss Ada
Rapp, of Now Jersey; A. P, Gold?
smith, Miss Rebecca Ivearsley and.
Charlie ClSrk. Among the dancers
w ere; Miss Kay Wright, of Atlanta. Ga..
with Mack Harvey; Miss ...ary Lane. I
with Rohei t Harvey; Miss Waters, of
NoDth Carolna, with F.Ho.t Howe; Miss
Desa Bui lard, wltli Thomas Jones. Miss
Kathleen Clark, with Gordon Lcfcbvre,
of Richmond: Miss Sallle How,-, with
Warr.-n Jones, of Paris; Miss Metta
Jordan, of Uluelleld. with Ford TrOl
Inger; Miss Helen otey, of Wythevllle.
with Fred Harvey; Miss Minnie Howe,
with Charlie Howe: Miss Margaret
I le.larnette. of Richmond, with l.?an
How,.. Miss Lela Goldsmith, with Guy
Johnson, and Miss Willie Harvey, with
Gordon Roberts.
Mrs. William Ingles is visiting
friends in Marlon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Johnson. Misses
I'ati-.m and Mary, and Master Charles
Johnson, of Wlnston-Salcm. arc guests
of Mrs. C. G. Johnson.
Miss Anna Kenelerdlne left Monday
for Washington, Annapolis. Philadel?
phia, Morrlstown. N. J., and the Tocane
Mountains in Pennsylvania.
Mis. G. It Johnson, of Lynehbnrg.
Visited Mrs I' 0. Johnson last week.
Miss Annie i aid well entertained the
I .a dies' Aid Society of the Presby?
terian church on Wednesday afternoon
at her home on Eighth Street.
Mrs. George CasseU anil daughters.
Mis. Adnmson and Miss Lucllc CasseU.
spent Mondaj m Roanoke.
Miss ci.iire Powell, of Birmingham,
is visiting Miss Irene Martin.
Miss Helm Otey, of Wythevllle, Is
vls'l ng Miss Margaret Naff.
I .\ surprise party was given Miss
Edith Co.uis on Thursday evening. The
time was spent in playing games.
'Music was enjoyed by several of the
guests, end refreshments were served.
I Henry K. Mcllarg, Jr.. of Roanoke,
I was in town this week.
I Guy Johnson has returned home
from Roanoke College.
Miss Agnes MIcOu n.<s gone to Char
lottcsville to attend the summer nor?
mal
Miss, I.iura Inglcl la visiting In
Huntington, w. Va.
Miss Jessie Re|d left Tuesday for
llarrlsonburg, where she will attend
the summer normal.
Ml-f Fay Wright, of Atlanta. Ga.. is
tlo guest ?f Miss Mnry Lane at the
West Ertd IP'tel.
Harvey Indies, of M:ddie>r,oro, and
Lewis Ince?, of Re-annke. visited their
mother, Mr*. Angle lng|*s. this week
T m. Combiths, of uiueiieid. spent
? Sunday in town.
, Miss Marlstn Heeke--, of Rlehn.nnd is
the guest of Mrs J. |{. Whltmore
?lohn L VauBhan. of ShaWSvllle, was
I In 'own Wednesday.
Captain Oshern. Mrs. A P Stevens
Ml ( [Hand and Mrs W. M. Delp went
I to Piiiaskl on Sunday,
Miss Ada Rapp. of Newark. N J,
? Kited Miss Lei a Goldsmith this week
Mls? Rapp left Tuepdav for Southern
fines. N C.
W A Williamson, of Memphis. Tenn.
v as in iov n (his week,
i ,?' C Amis spent several davs In
j ROSnokt thlp week.
Mlsst-i Maud and Mildred Pampltn
a ? 'turned from a visit to West
\ Irgtr.ia_
f"itEC f?LJEIS i
i
Nfii I'riiK T hot Quickly Remove* The**
Homely Spot*.
Then * no loncer the alishtrn n?(d of
footing aahanied of ymir ftccklea, a* m tie*v
<lrii|t. othlnr dou>-> strength?hai been dl?
?.>vpr?d th?t poillivaly removea thc?e
hom< i > apota.
Pimply ?et c.n<- cinrf of othl*??double
ftr< u?tIi- ? Irom Tragi? Drug I'd und apply
it little of It n< night. ?ind In 1li?- mnrnlnir
' >ou will ? ?? that e\en the ?orst freckle*
.line negan to disappear, ivh'.le the !l?hi<r
I one? IiaM? \anl?h?d ?ntlrriy. Ii If ?Muni
I that more than an ounce if n?ed?<!" to rom
' ; ttely clear tn* akin and rain a be?iiti;iii
I < leai rr.mpl?xlon.
I n? aura to i?k for th? dour ? ?tr?ngt*
Iethin?. an thlt la te'.i ur.iW fu?rjnl?e of
moot)' tack If It falla to remove Irecklea.
BURLINGTON
I special to me Times-Dispatch.]
Burlington, SC. C.. June :!.?Thursday af?
ternoon at 6 ov;0rk at Ihe country home'
' Mrs Mattle .Summers, near lilbsonvllle, .
net-daughter. Miss .Mary Annie, became the
nrlde ol Harvey Hamilton Uclton. .Vo tnvi-,
tat Ions ?er,. m?Ued. An altar was made 0t\
potted and cut flowers, and th. ceremony'
? a* i-riornird h-re. Mies Klorlne llobrrt-'
???Ii presided at in. piano and lendcrcd the,
Bridal chorus" from "Lohengrin" as the
brid- anil groom entered together, nnd I
Plighted their troth before Rev. William r.j
Doggett, pastei ot the Presbyterian Church
of Danville', an uncle of th- brld?. After
a light luncheon and congrslulst ions Mr.
and Mrs, Bclton lett In an automobil? for'
Urecnsboro, and went direct to New York'
City, After a Visit to Northern cities ana a
qhOrt stay with his people at Stuart, IhCJ
return to Olbionvllla July 1 and ma*.,
their home there. To* hrlde is the daugh?
ter of th,- late Major Andrew Summers. I
?ho won honors in the Civil War. The
groom U a native of Stuart, VS., but has
1,sided in liibsonvllle for mete than a vear. !
Miss Bettle Vann Ward was hostess to
th, embroidery Club Thursday afternoon. I
Misses Lola Lasley and Byid Dalley went
lo Wcldon Thursday to be the house guests
lor ten days or Miss Bernlce Hornaday.
Mrs K. v. Speed, of Klnrton. came Thurs
day to spend some time visiting her mothei,
Mrs. .-arah Dalley.
Dl ' A. Anderson went to New York CltJ
to spend the next two months taking a
further course In medicine.
Miss Kmma Seymour, a trained nurse of:
riiliadclpnla. Is here spending her vacation
With her people.
Mrs. John s.ott. of Philadelphia, came]
last week to spend a month visiting her;
mother. Mrs. Joseph Albright. I
Miss Flossie lllcnens, ot rocomoke City, j
Md.. Is here visiting friends several days. I
Miss Eva Right, who has spent the milli?
nery season here, returned to her home a;
Oxford yesterday.
HARRISONBURG
[Special to The Tlmcs-Dlspatch.]
Harrsonburg. Vit., June 22.?Mr. and \
Mrs-. Herman \v isr- entertained at whist
(Tuesday in honor of Miss Olga Loch, j
Ol Staun ton, and Mrs. Henry Schnur
mar and sister. Miss Sarah Rosen
bloom, of Richmond.
Among tnw g'lests Wednesday at the |
wedding of Samuel P. Pletchcr and
Mus Elizabeth Patterson wore 1. Paul
Fletcher, of Richmond; Misses Bessie
and Mary Uassman, of Lexington, Miss
Miuv Williamson, of Charlottesvllle;
Miss Bowers. Mrs. Crawford, Mrs.
Walker. Ur. and Mrs. R. O. Canada,
of Grottoes.
Hugh Dutfey. of Wusre>rirster, was
the guest "I Conrad Logan this week.
Mrs. Ella R. Swart, of Washington.
D. C, is visiting Dr. and Mrs. E. 1 >?
Davis.
Mrs. Robert t?tt, of Rlueileld, W.
Va., is visiting her grandfather, L. H.
Ott.
Miss Natalie Berry, trained nurse
at the Protestant Hospital. Norfolk, is
visiting her mother. Mrs. John H.
I Berry.
Rev. J. L. Jackson Is visiting rela?
tiv >s at TOWSOn, Md.
Miss Marie ilolllngsworth. of White
vllle. Tenn.. formerly of Harrlsonbui g.
(is the guest of General and Mrs. John
I E. Roller.
Miss Ruth Cabell, of Waynesboro, is
visiting Miss Rose Sprlnke.l.
Miss i.rva Payne ls visiting Miss
Grace Dum-an In t'lai'ksl.urg. W. Va.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. F s'limmerson. of
Washington, who have been visiting
Mrl J. T. Houck. left yesterday for
Staunton lo visit Mrs, John P. East.
Mrs. G. R Eastham attended the V.
M. l. finals this year.
Rev and Mrs. E. C Davis, of Singers
Glen, entertained Tuesday night In
honor ol Miss Esther lifkman, of
Roan6k?
Mrs .1. R King, who had been visit?
ing her daughter, Mrs A. P. Funk
bouser. win visit In Martinsburg, w.
Vs.. before returning to Tiffin, O.
Miss Julia McCorkle, trained nurse
at Johnston-Willis HoSpUnl, In Rich?
mond, is ? Islling her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. W. O Mrforkle.
Mrs N W Boiling, proprietress of
Rawley Springs Hotel, hag arrived
from Annapolis. Md., .or tne summer.
FREDERICK'S HALL
r:?1--:'V? Tin'' V? . .Inn? 71 ? In hon^r of
Mlfa p.?.?d?a r-l Chicago, th?lr hous* guast.
Mr und Mr? H. C. COOk entertained at a
? Marahmeliow itonf on Friday evening
T, - gueata war? entertained ?*i. th? lawn,
and refreahmonta ?w aervad during tha
evening. Some <>f those present wnf Ml????
iula< Orr?:. Kdlth Wad?". Mary and M.ir
.li.in'i. Mar}' nnd I'.uhy Mar rial Messrs
ii. j Terrell, Fred Hood, e'har'.!?> mid
?;?>' dwln Turner and Will Duvail.
Ml and Mr* ,T, C. Moore, of Philadelphia,
were the recent ?rufst> .if Mrs. Claude Pettlt.
Mra .1 T Perkins I? v,siting rilatlvea In
C'barlottegvllle.
Mi*:. Klllogg, of Oil Clly, Pa . !s the guest
of Mr. and Mr?. n n Wakelee
Misses j?oula? Terrell '/rlla. Herring and
Kdmund Terrell were among those ?ho at
tended Hie l/oulaa g?rman Monday night.
Mi?? R??d?a, ?jf Chicago, I? tn? gn?at of
' Mr. and Mra lt. C fault?.
I Dr. B. A. T?rr?ll ap?nt Friday In Rleh
I ir.ond
I Anderson Davis, of Richmond. sp?nt Pun
day at tns horns of Mrs. E H Polndexter.
BOY PIANIST OF CHATHAM
SAM SOURS.
(.Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1 1
Rocky Mount, Va. Juno I!-.?Hloh- !
monrl r.uig this spring with the plaud
Its of John Powell, her hoy piano vir?
tuoso, fresh-crowned with European
laurels. A few years hence Chatham
will hall from abroad a genius of her
own. Sam Sours, a slender, delicate
faced lad of sixteen, a graduate in
music of Cratham Institute, who has
delighted all who heard him by his
wonderful playing. John Powell was
one of these and was .-. , v enthusiastic
over him, declaring that ho gave won?
derful promise. He will go to Vienna
to study a year from next f<HI. contin?
uing his studies meanwhilu under Miss
Titus, director of music at Chatham
Institute.
Mr. Sours was the chief attraction at
a beautiful concert given at llocky
Mount last week, tin lei the auspices of
the ladles' Auxiliary of the Episcopal
Church. His numbers were Crclg's
"Sonata In E Minor." Chopin's "Sehl r*0
in B i'lat Minor." Krimi'? "Melodie and
Valse and Schumanns "Concerto In A
Minor," llrst movement. Miss Titus
playing second piano, He also gave a
number of charming encores.
His playing is soulful, artistic, bril?
liant; his touch delicate and sweet or
masterful and soul-stirring, as his nne
sense of interpretation dictates. He
held the rapt attention of his audience
and left them wildly enthusiastic.
Mr. Sours also played exquisitely the
accompaniments of his teacher, Miss
Anna C. Titus, of New York, who con?
tributed several numbers to the pro- I
gram. Her voice is sweet and rltih and
beautifully trained, and she sings with |
much .hum. Her numbers were "The
Loreley,'* by Liszt: "To a Messenger,*'
by Da Forge, and. Rogers's "Love Hnn
Wings," besides several equally fine
encores.
Another singer who rendered several
beautiful numbers and won much ap?
plause was Miss Alice Peters, an attrac?
tive young girl of Rocky Mount, daugh?
ter of the late Judge George K. Peters
Blld Mrs. Emma Peters. She, < ->o, is a
graduate of Chatham institute, stalled
voice In New York last winter, and
will resume her studies there in 'ho
fall. She has a beautiful soprano
voice, and Pocky Mount's pride, in her
was evinced whenever she made her
appearance. Jler numbers wete Hot
rock's "The Nightingale." H-iwley'a
"Kose Fable" and Stretezkl's "Day
Dreams." ->--'llh violin obligato by Fran?
cis Goodman, of Roanoke.
Another feature of the program which
was much enjoyed was tho violin solos
of Mr. Goodman, who played u lot of
old favorites?Dvoraks "Humorfsque,"
j Schumann's "Traumarel" and Sthu
I bens "Serenade"?and responded to
numerous encores. His playing is
characterized by great sweetness and
dcilcay, and the piano, under the skilled
fingers of his aocompanlst, Mrs. Dexter
Webster Meadows, of Roanoke. was in
perfect accord with his bow. Mr. Good?
man, who is employed In the Norfolk
and Western Railway offices in Roa?
noke. is a member of the Academy of
Music orchestra and first violin In the
Schubert Quintet, of which Mrs. Mead?
ows Is director.
So delighted was the audience with
the concert that a series of concerts u
to be given in the near future, at the
first of which Mr. .-'ours will bo heard
again, and also Miss Titus.
SOUTH BOSTON
[Special to The- Tlmis-Dlspatch ]
Smith Boston. Va.. ~ ?? 22?The
music pupils of Mrs. S, A. Davis
gave a most delightful piano recital
at her home on Friday evening. '1 he
program consisted of many excellent
number:-. .< II of which were executed i
nicely by each participant.
?Misses Mary and -v.ync 11111, who
have b.rn on an extended visit to,
Atlantic i lly, Now York, Philadelphia,
Washington and other points of in- j
tcrcst, have returned nome.
L. B. Barnett, of New York, and
Lieutenant George E. A. Reinburg, I
United ?tates Army, were, guests at
?Hill Brook Farm" during the week.
.fohn Elliott, Frank Faulkner, Mo
rolle Clarke, vVIUtum Vaughan, Vcn
able Lawson, Cecil Gray. Donnan Gray
and Bernard P'nepherd arc among the
college boys' home for -cation.
Mr. and Mrs. It. E, Jordan, Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Tucker, J. C. Lawson, J
M. Carrlngton arc spending a few
days at Old Point Comfort.
Miss Janle l-acy, of -<xford. N. C.
|a tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. N.
Hardy.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Carter, of Dan?
ville, was the guest of Mrs. Mary H.
.leffress at this place last Sunday.
Mi? Jcrrlme Patterson, of Danville,
is visiting Miss Myrtle Mehane.
Mrs. Charles Chandler, of Newport
News, is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. R. R. Moth y.
Miss Mac Adkcrson is ?telUng rel?
atives in Bpartanburg, S. C.
William r.orr.nln Tyree. of JIous- |
ton, left this week for a nroe-moths'I
visit to England, Scotland and Ire?
land.
?The young women of South Boston
will give a Leap Year dance at The
Garland Hotel next Friday evening.
Mrs. ? --a:-'.- Glass, of Altavista, was
the guest of Mrs. W, Clatide Coates
this ween.
Alson Orsy, of Petersburg, Is vis?
iting relatives at this place,
C. -I. Jeff-ess. of C. nton, N. C, is
visiting relatives In South Boston.
Mrs. .1. T, 1' Dickinson, of Ruona
Vista .Is the guest of net- sister. Miss
Virginia Duncan, on .leffress Street.
George Rftllow, of Wlnst on-Salem.
IN. C, and N'at foleman. of New York,
are spending several days at this
place.
Misses Florence end Marlon Boat
right, of iMi.Mlle. a.re visiting friends
in South Boston. *
Miss Molile llrookes. of Richmond.
Is visiting Mrs J, J. Lawson on Main
Street.
Miss Fanr.ie McLaughlin, of Greens?
boro, N. i the gucstof Mrs. O.
1 E. Clarke at this placo.
Miss Florence Easley, of this plac?. .
is visiting f-lends in Wllliamsburg.
R. M. C. Glenn, of New York, was a
visitor here ., r,tw days ago.
Miss Lava leite Morton, who has
been visiting her parents at this
place, has returned to Danville.
W. v.\ W i.-j attended the Unveiling
exercises of g|r Moses EaSeklels statue I
of Stonewall Jackson in Lexington
I this week. ,
Miss Mary G'.enn. of this place, left
j last Sunda; ? ; callfom.a.. where she
will spend t:,? suoimer.
I Mrs. s a Davis, of this place,
i spent several days In Richmond this
I week.
O. K Faulkner left n few days ago i
j Vamlly Wasb a Specialty.
EAGLE STEAM LAUNDRY,
, Wad. 4842. $23-6 West Cat I
for Pcorla, 111., where ne went as
State delegate to the Travelers' Pro?
tective Association.
Mrs. Mary Bray, of Greensboro. N.
C, is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. D.
Boyd. j
Oscar Enrlght. who has been th*
guest of E. C. Jarnos, has returned to
Danville.
Mis. R. H. Kdmondson has returned
Do ma trip to Baltimore.
Miss Pauline Motley and brother.
Willie, have returned rrom .- visit to
Chase City.
Mrs. 11. A. Thomas T.? Tlsltlng her
parents near Krysvllle.
Misa Annlo Christian, of P.lchniond,
is the guest of Miss Virginia De Jar
nette.
ROCKY MOUNT
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Rooky Mount, Va., Jane 22.?"The
Ladies' Busy Aid," a comedy, presented
at the Banner Warehouse Tuesday
evening by too Ladles' Aid Society of
S ott Memorial Church, with the pas?
tor. Rev. H. AI. Dunkley, stage man?
ager, proved a great success, tho va?
rious roles being admira.hly tilled, and
the acting and choruses splendidly
done. A large audience enjoyed the
play.
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Williams -attended
the Norfolk and Western Bail-way Sur?
geon's convention at Cedar Point, O.,
this week.
Miss Henrietta Divers, daughter of
County Treasurer P. i~>. IMvetra, has
returned from an extended visit do her
brother, C. P. Divers, at Barton
Heights.
Miss Mildred T.e? Francis, of Nor?
folk, is the guest of hr.r uncle. Judge
John P. Lee, en route from West Po'nt,
where stta attended commencement.
Judge R. W. Saund'-rs. Mrs. Sounders
and their two sons. Peter and Kdward.
Jr., cam* down from Washington
Thursday In their car. The family will
remain at home for the fiimmer. Judge
Saunders will return to Washington
next week.
Those who will go to the Baltimore
convention from here are H. N. Dll
la-rd, D. A. Nicholson. B S. Robertson
and Captain G. W. B. H-ale. who will
be the guest of his son. Rcfcert, whose,
home Is. in Pal-tlmore
Mlss Anna C. TMus. director of music,
at Chatham Institute, has b^en the
guest of her former pupil. Miss Alice
Peters, this -week. ?
George Camphell, a law student at
Washington and Lee, has ibeen the
guaat of his fa.t.Tter. Judge J. L. Camp?
bell, who Is holding Circuit Court here
this week.
The Rocky Mount German Club gave
a charming dance at the Bungalow
Hotel Monday ?venln-?. whVch was the
first of the summer dances, and "was
greatly enjoyed. The chaperons were
Mrs. H. N. Dlllard. Mrs. H. D. Dillard
end Mrs. A. L. Fdmundson.
H. M. Haubold. Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Melton, of Rocky Mount, are at the
Magnesia-Ijifhia Spring?, 'which woTe
opened Monday und^r the, management
of Oecrge B, Arrlngton.
Mrs. C. R. WHHs and children, ac?
companied by Mr. Willis, returned -Sat?
urday from Washington for the sum?
mer. Mr. Willis, who is prlvarte sec?
retary to Congressman Saunders, will
return to Washington next week,
j A marriag- of Interest in the county
took place at Henry Wednesday after?
noon, when Miss Mane Dillard, the
pretty and popular daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. M. P. Dillard. became the
' bride of Thomas G. Perdue, a pro*per
! ous tobacconist of Rocky Mount, and
SALE
of
Highgrade Furniture
at
H Off Regular Prices
Our Annual Pre-Inventory Sale will continue for one more week?your
last opportunity to obtain high grade furniture practically at cost This
sale is held each year to prepare for the taking of inventory, and each year
it has gained in popular favor. Thus, each vear sees larger assortments
a larger variety and better values. This year thev are better than ali
previous. I here is not a single article in the entire offering that is not of
highest quality. All arc taken from our regular stock and arc not in anv
way shop-worn or damaged.
Wc have shown below only one special item for each room, but remem?
ber that our Mock is practically unlimited and you will be able to find any
article you desire at a price greatIv below what it would ordinarily cost you
Easy
Payment
Plan
The Pcttit plan of easy payments obtains during this
sale the same as usual. By this method you may make a
small cash deposit on any purchase and arrange the bal?
ance of payments to suit your own convenience.
The Parlor.?Thrcc-Piccc Suite, mahoganized birch frame, loose
cushion seats, upholstered in green plush; exceptional value at
$17,75
Many other Parlor Suites and
Odd Fieces in the sale. A wide
variety of styles and woods at
prices that have been makred
down one-quarter.
The Dining Room.?Here is an opportunity seldom presented?solid
Quarter-sawed Oak Diner, highly polished, box frame
seat of genuine leather, handsomely carved claw-foot legs,
$2.95
Many other attractive offerings of Dining-Room
Furniture in the sale.
The Bedroom.?To obtain some idea of the wonderful values offerrd
in this sale, consider this Thrcc-Pie< c Bedroom Set, ? ?"?nM't ing of Bed, 1 >ro<?cr
and Washstand, made of solid quartered-?awcd oak, which C^Q CH
sells during the sale at. J mD\J
The three pieces are
perfectly matched: the
Oresscr and Wash
stand have large size
mirrors, and all ha\e
exquisitely carved
claw-foot legs.
This is only one in?
stance of the money
you can save on Bed?
room Furniture dur?
ing the sale. Many
odd pieces on hand.
Brass Beds.?We have an exceptionally fine assortment of Brass Beds
in stock, all of which have been market) down for the sale. Bed like the one
here illustrated, full size, with heavy two-inch posts,
costs
$10.95
The finiih is protected by an
especially prepared lacquer and is
guaranteed. Other styles on sale
at prices ranging all the way from
$9.38 up to $45.00.
Summer Furniture.?All Summer Furniture in stock has been in?
cluded in this sale regardless of the fact that the season has but just begun.
In the display is the
KALTEX FIBRE FURNITURE
made of a special tough fibre, carefully woven, making
it exceptionally strong and durable. As an instance
of the low prices prevailing during the sale
we mention this Kaltex Fibre Rocker A wd? sJ
Other styles of this furniture in stock, including
Chairs, Tables, Taborcttes, etc., in different finishes
The stock of Summer Furniture also includes rattan, wicker and willow
in various styles and finishes. We wish to rail attention to the beautiful
Willow Arm "Chairs, with convenient pockets at one side for books, maga?
zines needle work, etc. These chairs have upholstered seats of handsome
tapestry design, and their pleasing appearance will add a charm to any
room in the house.
Summer Floor Coverings at Special Prices.?Light Weight Floor
Coverings are essential to flic comfort of the home during the summer. We
have a complete stock on hand at remarkably low prices. A few of
special offerings given below:
9x12 Crex Rug, special price.$8.50
9x12 Bungalow Wool and Fibre Rug, special price.$8.95
Special Prices on China and Japan Matting.
China Matting?roll of 40 yards?regular 10c grade?now, per
SpCCChinarl Mat'ing?roll of 40 yards?regular 35c grade?now, per roll,
SPCCCii\rfarlMat$t?ng?roll of 40 yards?regular 30c grade?now, per roll,
SPCCCin\iPariMat$?n|?roll of 40 yards?regular 2Sc grade?now, per roll,
SPeCJapaPnlMaumg?roll of 40 yards?regular 40c grade?now, per roll,
6PeCJapaPnrlMatti1ng?'roll of 40 yards?regular 35c grade?now, per roll,
special price, $9.50.
All Floor Coverings Laid Free of Charge.
The regular sale price reductions prevail on all the winter floor cover
ines?Carpets, Rugs, etc. This is an. opportunity for you to make yonr
nurchases W the fall at a great saving in cost. If you so desire we will hold
any purchase made now for future delivery.
the
roll
The Store That Lives Up To Its Advertising
Interstate Advertising; Service.
one of bhft proprietors of the Farmers'
Warehouse.
The ceremony ?wias performed toy the
Ttev. w, Ij Naff, Miss Marie Klngr, a
cousin of the 'bride, acting as maid of
honor and Alpheus Angle, of Kocky
Mount, as best man.
Tho bride tvoro a handsome going
arway gown, WiWl accessories to match.
The young couple left for Washington
Baltimore and Norfolk for a bridal trip,
and will reiide in Rooky Mount

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