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Qordonsvllle. v,, September it ?
Mrs, i?ottie Bosenheim and children,
sifter a pleasant stay o? several weeks
?with her mother, Mm. Sidney Wood,
Jiavo returned to their home in Blue
Rcld. w. Va.
Joseph W. Itali and l>r!de have re?
turned from their wedding trip to sev?
eral Southern cities. Mr Hall left on
"Thursday for Dlllywri, where he will
James W. Sinn,! >p :it several days
this week with friends Iii Charlottes*
C C. Gill has moved his family to
Wi W. Ware* ol Orange, was a G<
returned tj their home in Boa nuke.
ral inofiths to relatives in indb*
i ifnhrr, left oh Wednesday
er ?p< n itllg tue smn
j,.ir? nts. Mr. and (
. i .-i i rt has cone to
rtei Wi-isegor, In re, has
. i ep< lit Kliest of Mis;;
Chambers, of Richmond',
. spending some tlltie in
v. llsbn, of Knrmvlllc,
e after spending soine
Cray occtipy'lng her
f huiiie, "Graysnh," oh
tie arid will soon he
iimlly, wh'ti are Spending j
Hhoad, 01 Pork Cnton.1
i alst< r. M.s. Raleigh ,
i Ti dman, of Sidney,
son. nml M ins Ada Cray. :
M- 'i'odrn i ri' g in si lit
Visiting Mi and Mrs.
11 Gurrctt and children
atlvi s in King W llllam
?ikldiiiore of King Wii
PO WHAT AN
col I'civ, i II. of itleh
nan was the wi ck-eno
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
Onancoek, Va.. September 14.?Miss
Bessie P. Taylor, teacher al UUlnIn
tti.- John Marshall High School, Rich?
mond, l.-ri Saturday to resume hot
William Nelson returned Saturday
from n visu to his aunt, .Mrs. Wood?
ward, of Kalt I more. ,? ,,
Mrs. S. A. Uingsdale and MISS M.
N C. to ton are home from Orkney
-Springs. Miss qrdluri begun her mualo
'I" wmiaii^b Flnhey. of Baltimore
its th.- must of his uncle, Dr. B. B. riu
LhC\V|illam IV Hall, of Marion. Md.. was
;n| the home of Mrs T. \V. Taylor In
'"'mIss Margaret j. Brat ion left for
Oceania Saturday, where she will he
principal of the High School.
Mr. and Mrs W. It. Firf., wore the
Week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs Abel
llT. James, of Princess Anne.
\v. ||. ilry Powell Is homo from a trip
t.i Baltimore. . _
Mis? sadli 1" Kh triier is hack from
a visit t.. Mrs. Thomas Cot hin. of Jen
Kins Bridge. . , , .
lohn K Wise spent Sunday with his
sister. MISS Elizabeth H. Wise, at Gape
Mrs John Lcatberbury and two
daughters, Mlsse Margate! ..ml Re?
ed Bnstville. are guest's of Mr.
ami Mrs. John W. i'ustls.
Misses Ruth A. Nottingham . May F
Is el ley an! Cnlherlno Custls have re-i
i ir.i rrorh a trip t" Northampton
T Page Parker has been elected or- j
giliilst of Holy Trinity Church.
Maurice Uralten; after a at.,y of three
mouths with bis brothers in Princess:
Mr, and Mrs. It. H Shield were at
Atlantic City Sunday.
Miss Muy Cary Taylor, daughters
bi Ret Jefferson Randolph Taylor, hnw
entered thb Fclnqlo Normal Heiiuol at
Mrs. J, P. 1, Hopkins nn>l Mls:i
Dorolhy X. Hopkins, are In New York.
Captain and Mrs. w. F. Joync-s re
lurned Saturday from a month's so-;
|o ? n at . irktb y Springs.
Miss Nonn und Cecil Parkes have
tosiunod their work as teachers oh the
Eastern Sbbte of Maryland.
Misses lliitli and Rose Armstrong,
giieSts of Mrs St..n.wall Hull for It
in,.nth. ]<ti for Baltimore Thursday,
Cap<kilt and Mrs. Wtl.F. Joynoa ro
i i :.. ,1 S.it irdny from a month's so-|
.1..urn nt Orkney Springs
Mrs. Hoi., i t i, Shield entertained at
cards nt "Melrose" Thtirsday eveiilng
in honor of her house giiest. Miss
\miultn George, nf Georgetown, Del.
" ?hiib ttnyle I. . . .ni. v. ,i Itundoiph-|
Mli con College at Ashland.
Mis. !?:. ft. park es Is visiting rela-i
uyes In Northuinherlnnd County,
.Miss Sa.li.. Million, of Mnrtlhsvlilc,
and Miss F.thol Blgslow, of BiiltlhlOre.
guests at ::lteeohiawn'' for two weeks, I
hrivn gone home.
Mis-; Frances Walter. Reverlev
"..lie:- a Ad Miss M.rie Carroll went
io Washington Monday,
Mr ...nd Mrs. William Pnrarnbre Bell
??? b brnti d th..:,- ti? wedding at their
handsome homei "Roseland." M'nn'dav
evening, The beautiful liiwn was
Jlecorilted in Japanese lanterns, mak?
ing a picture long to he remembered,
itnntit ion guesis were present. Elegant
refreshments were served,
Highland Springs. Va . September it I
- A eantifui marriage was sbloihitlz-1
ed on Tuesday evening, nt Corfhi'h1
Methodist Episcopal Church, when Mi s
Sell.. Tilbr became the bride of W?-'
IIhm H?sbach. The church, which win
Htittefull) decorated with golden rod
and ferns, was well filled with icln
IlVeS and friends of the happy coup',..
The bride was potyned In a going awny
dark blue tailored suit with hat and
elov-s to mat. h, und carried a shower
bouquet of lirldr s r0sps The ceremony
was performed by Dr. Goodwin, rector
??? St. John's Episcopal Ghurch, Rich*
niond. after which I hey left for an es*
i. I ded Northei n i rip.
Wlllinm Delci hor left Thursday for
William and Mary College. Williams
Miss bolite McGee, of South Rich?
mond, was a visitor during the past
week of her sister. Mrs. Melvln Strnlth,
on the Nine Mile Road, near New
Mis. Hargrove and daughter. Mis
l.u'a Hargrove; of HnitliriWrej Md., havi
returned Imme utter a pleasant visit oi
Charles' Turner, on the Seven Plilfi
Mis. Goorgt Gordoil and three chlb
GeorKe Gordon, of Portsmouth, left.dur
Gordon's mother. Mrs. D D Stiles.
Health and Beauty Hints
nit' luilr It
: riiul looks so .Inl
.nipt a f?w ilny
?y oletirising with
iro* ills*olVc<l tu
your h.iir bo nit
[ Master Winston Clayton, bavo returned
to St. Elmo, near Washington, D C
after a pleasant visit with Miss Villi
and Marter Dudley Collins.
Master Co Ullis Readies, of "Oak
1'aiU," Madison Count}*, Is visiting his
'. uncle. Dr. (J. T. Collins und family, and
(other relatives in Highland Springs
Miss Marj l.i in.I left during tha
I past week tu attend Bchood during the
session of IOl'J-13 in Frederleksburg.
Mrs. 11. A. Ilathbtirn ami sun. Ncwoll
rtathburti, together with lier daughter,
..Mrs. Loin Wise, loft during this weefc
j for South Mill, where for the winter
I they will make their home Mr. Rath
urn having accepted a position as
editor ami general manager of tin
; weekly pap- t pf that place.
The Row C, ?. Bluntoh, pastor of
the Methodist Church of Highland
Springs, left Thursday for Randolph
j Macon College, where ho will r> ginne
his studies in theology for the session
Miss Ethel Hechlor. who returned
the first of the month from a delight?
ful vacation spent in Eauquic-r County,
has been quite stok for the past few
days, hut is now on the road to r< -
Tho Mandolin dub. of Highland
Springs was enertalnod Tuesday night
at tho homo of Juntas Atkinson, "it
Daisy Avqiiue. Refreshments were
nerved, and ihr rendition of select
music by tlio club was greatly enjoyed
by the largo crowd present.
[Speelnl to Tho Times-1 ?I spat eh.]
Hndford, September 14.- Mrs. L W.
Clark entertained at live tables of
ctird a a f>00 party Friday after.n
from I to " o'clock in honor of her
daughter, Mis. .1. Mamille Thomas, of
Roanoke. Punch was served to the
gtisals on t'hclr entering tho hall by
Misses Irene Tlnslcy and Kathleen
Clark from a very artistically ar?
ranged punch howl decorated with
luscious lorn, in'? of grapes entwined
with vines and loaves. Those pros- J
cht wer- : Misses i?aut*a Ingles, Lilly I
and Sue Tyler, Anna Kehderdlne, La
vin'la Rag land, of Norfolk. Eleanor]
S.ott; Miss Ralston, of Mldrtleboro.
Ky.l th? Mll"SCS Pntliplin, the Misses
Caldwoli, Mrs. Bidniohvlsuii, Mrs. l: l.
.lordiin, Mrs. Pave i loud. Mrs. J. 1'.. K
? ? iwiin; Mrs. 'I'vroe Dlllnrd. of Lyhch
burg; Mra Eugene Adams, of Wash?
ington, I). I-. Mis. W. K Hoi.oils. Jr.,
Mr*. W. I; T. Baldwin, .lr . Mrs.
Horace .Tones, Ithaca, N. V ; Mrs. Vro.i
I Ullstein and Miss Caputan Preston
Miss Lavlnla Kaglnnd made the
highest sebri, winning first prize, a
box .f candy, the booby prize goinc
to Mi ?. Kugi no Adams. Refreshments
were served at the card tablet) in tin
library and parlor. Tin lower floor
was decorated In goldcntod. fern-'
at,d pot i. .| plants.
Mis. G. \V. Uyle and r-on Goorgo
reinrhed Tuesday to thijr homo on
Arlington street from tteUford, where
they have been vistting. They were
n.cf?|inpanlid home by RosSltcr Fiaer,
ivho spent the week with them.
Miss Jchnlo NVal has returned to
her homo In Rome, cjru, alter visiting
Misses Kth 1 and Mary l.ane at tin
Wi -a End Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs, Hcth Tyler loft for
their ho. in Norfolk la.st Saturday
att.r spending the summer at tin
home of .Governor Tyl;r.
Miss Itohncoa Koursley spent the
week-end with Ml. s Kathie? n Rh?das
in Roiauoke. s-.li? will leavo in n few
days for Summon, where she will at?
tend Stuart Hall.
Mr ami Mrs. Fred Einstein diap?
er.no fl an auto parly to It. lsprlnus
Tuesday night. A pinch was served
..i the riVei i End Hoi -1 when tin
party returned, and later watermelon
wns served on the lawn. Among thos>
who participated weir: Misses Mini
Luit?, Elizabeth and Benlinla Miiti
I Evelyn I.yle, Mildred and Urmnin
Del p. Messrs Henry Roberts, Robert
Mack ami Krjed llarv>y, Howard Scott
Eiirlo Wall ami Mr. line.
Mrs Tyre,. Iilllard spent the week
Miss Irene. Tindy loft Saturday t>
attend the ll'irrishnjhtlrg Norm it.
Mis N. .1 I'anipliu ahd htt.i diiugh
art, '-? w Bern. Miss Myrtle
ii hor.." of Mi- h no Mis. VAxv
0 k Si aim t a in, ?
1 ii.i\ . t'ohfilu at
Every one t<> a greatei 01 less extent
l? bosses some .111i~(i>- lasie. Most of
ns are able to distinguish the l>cautiful
from the common-place, but few are
able to name wherein .1 thing i-- good
or bad. Few arc able to put the linger
en tin- spot making < r niariug the en
lire effect of a C"l" scheine or arrange
Nothing contributes so much to?
ward tin- beauty >>i tin- home as the
hangings?the portieres, curtains, and
sm forth. The hiosl siniplc material,
i( artistically selected and used, will
produce that .1 ir i>( 1 n/imss and mm
fort so much to be desired in the home.
The department <>f the Pettit Store
devoted to Poftiorcsj Window (,'ur
t.tin . Couch Covcfsj CtC., Will be
found hiost complete, aiid wc gladly
extend to you (In- advantage of our
experience in suggestions und advice,
I'hc Furniture, too. should be se?
lected with c.ee 10 obtain tin- desired
iinl I'hc various reproductions of
old period styles, the more modern
htvles and Ui? many different woods,
.ill allow practically .111 unlimited lati?
tude for artistic home-making. A lit
1I1 toui Ii of color here and there in the
sliapi of .1 cover for the table, bureau
01 dresser, as the case may be, adds
gfcatly !?> the beauty of the home, and
the floor coverings also pie." an im?
port, nit part.
The artistically furnished home ha?
a subtle influence on the mind, pro?
ducing .1 sense of restfiihtrs? and peace
without which our abode is not in
reality a "home."
[laving yens ..f experience in home
furnishing, wc arc in .1 position to offer
valuable suggestions and advice, \Vc
are only too glad .11 any time to help
you in the furnishing of the new home
or the refurnishing of the old.
N"o small measure of the success of
ir business may be traced to our
on- policy. It has always been our
hi to tu.n all customers alike?the
ime d cree of courtc y and attention
extended, whether the purchase be
irgc or small. Thus, there is a rer?
un atmosphere of cheerfulness and
?id-will .11 the Pet til Store that in
-ell makes it a pleasure to buy there.
< It hers have noticed this air of good
?cling and called out attention to it.
i'c believe that it is an iilr..l condition
a any store, making, as it doe-, for
le-er and firmer relations between
lie 1 i-t' mil t and the More.
It i- not our intention to have you
itreha.se biice or twice from 11- YYc
ant you to conic buck; w. want voti
1:1 I.rii'c .1 st< ady < 11 stonier and to
jive your name on fair books among
he many that hive been there year
ftCI VI at. W e V .,|ll VI .11 to le. I t ll it
"af ill, . i / ;
This ?'ouch is a handsome piece
(ration doe. not do it justice Frame
strutted. Springs an- strong, though
very comfortable anil durabl
with oak panel-, at the sides
long. A limited number on hand
f furnittsfd. The il'us
itc heavy and will con
asy, making the Couch
Upholstered in chase leather,
to inches w ide by 6 feet inches
Will Reduce Your (ins Hills.
W ill Not Rust or Burn Out.
Will linke the Same, Sides, Top and Bottom,
Will Broil or Toasl Evenly Without Burning.
W ill Not Have Any Explosions.
Come in and let us demonstrate the New Method Gaa
Ranges and explain their many EXCLUSIVE features.
RUGS AND CARPETS
\\V have always shown an excellent assortment of Carpets, Rug%
Mattings, Linoleums, and so forth, but this year the stork has been se?
lected mote carefully than ever before, As a result you will find here
an exeep ionally line array of floor coverings.
The asso I ment includes all shade?, colors and varieties of patterns
in Carpets and RilgS, so that Mm will lind ii an eev matter to obtain
the r?g or carpet to match the dcror.itions or harmonize with the color
scheme of some particular room.
The following spoid pine reductions will convey some idea of the
savings offered t this department:'
8.3x10.6 ft. Extra Quality
Tapcstrv !'?: u els \<w. . $11.75
9x10 6 ft Extra Quality Tap?
cstrv Brussels Rtig ' $12.75
9x12 ft. Extfa Quality Tap?
e-try Brussels Rug. $13.75
9x12 Mune.nlow Wool and
Fibre Rug . $9.85
All Floor Coverings Laid Free of Charge.
Now is the time to purchase your flooi coverings, before the 1 c?t
patterns have been picked ov< r and before the low priced special uffcr
itips are gone. Do not delay because of lack of room, or because the
home is not ready. We will gladly hold any purchase subject to y'otii
order for fin tiro delivery.
9S12 Extra Quali
9x12 Bod} Brussels Ru
'?'xl Axmin-ter Rug . .
9x12 Pro-Bnis el. Rug
A full line of ( arpet .
Printed I in ?h um . Olli
the Pett:- Store is >o'ir -t >re, inter?
ested in behcliting you?not alone in
merely selling yoil ROrids, We want
to stand in .01 advisory' capacity to?
ward our customers, giving them the
iidyantagi ?: otif experience in ituggcs
iions ami inform tion. We want you
to feel that when von have purchased
at the Pet til More \ oil have hot onlv
obtained the BEST to be had at the
pfli e. but that
I w Iselv.
We want voti
at liberty iorO
v oil piin hasi
you have also pur
1 t'i fi el that yb? -ire
uiie to 11- at any time
on the rearrangement
I 'f' rth, whether
? 1 tna We want, in
with our customers?not mereK* that
told, formal attitude of purchaser and
You rannot fully appreriue thii
rarne-t ch- ire of our- until you visit
the Pettit Store. We hnpe that you
will avail xourself of this, ou cordial
invit.it on to call ,,t any time
We Save You Money
That w e call save \ ou
lotiey on every purchase
111 onlv be di inonstratcd
y .1 vi-it to our store,
it jtlstii e 10 yourself and
1 U-, < omc in and ihves
sipall cash dt posit w ill
I uro the goods, and 1 i.:
1 u of l a--. Pa; tin lit
< l ousttEFa^ERa-vDSTJi
THE STORE THAT LIVES UP TO ITS ADVERTISING
INTERSTATE ADVERTISING SERVICE
Cash or Credit
If you desire the con
venichec of credit there
is no question of our will?
ingness to witend it. Wc
will be pleased to open an
at count, a< f ept ihg .1 smal|
cash deposit and allowing
you to arrange subsequent
payments to suit tour
i' hyeniencc. Liberal dis
< fiunt.s for 1 ash,
Rilstol, Vn September 14.? Proml
'iit union j; Ih'i social events of tl
v- ? ??!< was ihc double marriage
lloi.-l linniilton [Tuesday night, w In n
RlnUntvtllo in automobiles. The cd
trartlng pari Ich were: l'rbfessbi .1
Akrir?t and Miss Mae Snndc.ru. and J.
l'iawic and Mrs Kannte C lihwlce T
Rev .1 lt. Mttlc ;.!).| the Rev. f.
I louts .v.r.- Ute officiating inlnlstei
'I ii.- event was witnessed by li sini
pari: bf 1 lends from Rlo?nlville. fro
with two 1 lie couples came,
Rev 1 S. Anderson and dnughti
Miss N'ah'nlo l.in. bf Rose Mill. 1.
CouhtyS Virginia, wem guests of S
and Mis .11.im 1 ?. Anderson. bh And.
son Street, tiie latler part of the Wee
Miss *.lnnli ?nchman is vlsitii
".<l l.in k">" iiiirity isKuarantcejd
unilei 10. I'm. I rkkl.I l>nig:> At I.
I oi all It; 11 ei \ v. !n 11
T!ie Southern Mfg. Co. ?
hmoml, Vn. '
frli mis in Atlanta before cnterln
school at Wcsloydii Academyi
Miss Ruth MeOluen. utter, a visit l
her Bister, Mrs. C. K. Blanton. at l.i
Stoni Clap, has returned to her lioni
Mtasca Katlierlno and Franc**
Swann, who were tii* guests of Mrs. I
M Cody, on their return from Ail anil
City, httvi returned to their horn* .<
I * i ad ridge, Tenn.
John Mongolei, of Washington Couii
ty, Teiini, was a visitor here this iveel
and from Bristol weni to Washlngtu
and Baltimore on a. pleasure ulp.
Mr. and Mrs Ilex Dunn, *>f ?'>kl. homi
and Mrs. ("on Dunn, of r.blngdon. ivi-t
visiting Mrs. l >. M. Dunn here dm in
Mrs. Charlies Phipps and little daugli
fer are at home from Kingsport, T?inn
where they spent a iveeg with rtjlut
Captain and Mrs. A. S. McNeil ?*!
spending sdnio tihie at I nakii Spring
Miss .In a nit a RotW and Mastei Joh
Aivin Holier have returned troi
Klngsport, Term, where the; visile
Mis., Birdie Andrews has .*tnrn*
from a visit to points In Vlrgtiiin, li
eluding Rounoke, and Coving ton
Mlssi Willi*- joe Tompklns ins r.
sunied her .lull.;* as leacher at Wood
Miss Fern Minor. .?f Binning hit ri
Ala., is the guest of Miifh Ruth .">!?
Citren, of ' "a : pllria Av< rjiui*.
Mis. R'olii i '. I. Tnylo'i 1. II retiirn?!
from ;i visit to friends In Wiishlngioi
and is again with her father, N ?
St. John, nii'i other Bi ll tol relatives
M - ami Mr.- 1 C lingllMh ha\ > r.
turned front the Waiattga Valley, wiiei
the.v spent a \* ? ??!< ad gii*>3tn .*? Mi ah
Mis. Oeorge II Popper.
Arizona, are gn?sts 01 Mi lluilts
niant l.:*.the:, .lohn N. Huntsman, an
family, <*n Solar Bfrei i
I [Special i*. Ti.< 'i nm-s-l 'i pit. h |
Pulaskl. Vo.. .????pi ember l 1 -: The
'members ?*i tl *? Smai'l Sei Club. '?'im?
posed of young women *.f the etty.
have been having a pleasant round **,
< ntertalnlng In va n- of a dumber ot
the members leaving within a few days
im- school Monday afternoon they
were entertained by Miss Nell Pnlntcr:
Monday and last night by Miss Anna
i:*il. t'haffih: Tuesday found theni at.
the home of Miss Mary Trollnger;
Thursday evening Miss Pierce Dyon
was Hi*, hostess.
The Thursday Club, which disbanded
for ti-.< summer mouths, held the ini?
tial meeting of tin* season Thursday
I afternoon n'l the home of the'president,
I Mrs. B. Litugh?h Pin im for ihn i. a t
I were formula teil, after which the
I hostess served dainty refre?hmenta.
Mr ami Mrs. 11. II. Mosel-: a ml Mi-.
K. 13. Crawford, of Columbia, s. c?
I who spent several monthi .a Maple
Ishade Inn, returned this ?eck lo tln.li
Mil Mosel} wns formerly Miss
MeGavoek, of tins county.
Mr .in I Mr A Mart Iii have re
turned from ah extended nip to points
in Michigan "hio ami Missouri.
Miss Almedio K?nkle hau returned
from m ' isit with friends at Natural
i ' i. e ami Roiihbkc
(iialidiu <; 11.i<-;. of Drapers Valley,
left her< Wedriesdnj to resume, his
studies ut the Presbyterian Theolog?
ie? Seminary at Richmond, atlor
spending ds vacation with his parent.".
Di .? til Mrs. George II Gllmer;
Professor Tom PAItltei l-tt Wednes
day 10 resum* his position as a mem
her of the faculty of Cluster Springs
Academy, after spending h'.a vacation
?Ith hi. pa ? ntf. Dr. and Mis. G G;
Students who have been returning
t'i their respective school > this week.
Iin us follows^ Misses Ituth and Mary
K eist er. to 151 labeth College, Charlotte,
N C; Missis Madelehe Askew, Lucy
Graham and Moseby Chiirltori, to the
Stale Norm;?'. Farmvllle; Ml<s Elise
Mel.1. to Mary Baldwin; Staunten:
(Inj l.aUghon, lb Washington and Lee;
Billy Wysor and David l.anghi-n, to
i la mpden -S idney.
lion, Charles Pierce Slscglli i,?s Is
.1 invitations tor dancing at his
countr'> home., "Clnremont." for Tues?
day evening, Sept metier 17, Mr. Mac
gll] is lien at his obi home from ,;al
veetbn, Tex., for a few weeks' visit.
Me ' is recently elected a member bf
the State Li glslnturb of that Stale from
the GaL etil on 'llstrlcl lie has been
b e.iied in "'? sa'f for a number of years
and lias held several offices of u?st
Mrs, John it Darnt and daughter. Miss
Maud, who had beeii summering nl
' ? in view, haw returned t" their
Mi! t.....11 u - and Miss Bradbury,
who ..pent the season it Maple Shade
Inn. have returned to I heir home at
Mis !'??<!-? I hi Hudson of Greensboro.
'?". ?' has been the guesl of Mrs. II.
Mn v. .,i!< r K Addison bnd son,
lullii :? bf L; nChbui g, hp t. been visii
In:; her slsier. Mrs, l> Gray l.ang
.'I. Helen '"ampl-i'. recently
rompleted a rour.so as i nil nod nurse at
Blehmotil. ir here for a vis?it with her
P irents. I jjulr? und Mrs I'. L Camp
[Spei i 'I to Tin Times-Dispatch I
Culpeper, Va. September II. Miss
Nannie Jennings left this week for
i:.Ice chore she has accepted a
position to teach thl': winter.
Miss l Istale llnrrlsou left on Monday
foi ii severni days' trip to Washing?
ton, Baltimore and Philadelphia.
I'hll Vowel!, of ChinlottiT.vlllo, spent
? ? ral d u a Ih s week with his mother,
Mrs. Fannie Vowell, at 'Corner View.'
Waller Hill and Ned Almond left
on Frl laj for V, M. 1.. where they will
attend school this session.
Mr and Mis Rnplov ShnCkolfOrd.
who have last returned from their
Northern honeymoon, were guests nt
the Waverlj Hotel on Monday.
Miss Mabel Million left on Tuesday
to. i: m p. Danville, where she will
resume her duties as teacher.
Mr. ami Mrs. S. B. Booker arc the
guestH Hi r week of friends and rel?
ativ,?. In Mnr'tinsvllle,
? S Mill and family, who have been
spending the summci with Mr?. Kate
Starke, returned to theli home In El
i'..s". Tex . t'ds week.
IMr. Herbert lew is. who has been
(hi g :? st of his brother. I >r. Marytui
i.-vei;.. returned to his home In Hlcll
mond. . n Wedhesdayj II? ?as accotri
panlcd i- his father. Wallace Lewts.
Mis- seine smith, of Washington.
D Ci is the guest of Mf. and Mrs.
i" E smith, oil yVesl Str. . t
Stlss Bessie Hooper spent Tuesday
In Washington P C
Mrs r i? re. Horn, of Washington.
I >. C Was the week-end KUf-st of
MeRlnmei1 Wiltshire and Hisphnm.
[Special io The Tlmea-Dlspatch ]
Appomnttox*. Va., fvpteniber 11?Mrs
Mollle I. Monis and daughter, Misa
.i/.?>i?. of [.ynchburg, wrre the guests
<??? Mrs ?.! I. Moot-,. m,!s week
E. M end ?' .\ Moore, of Beckham;
Were tiv guests of their sister. Mrs.
ft. '.' liaiieocK; Sunday;
ti-.o A'ppomnttox Agricultural High
SchO. I np.-hed ?er- Monday with very
larsti riirr.'mchl for the first day
Mrs Sell Kelley. who has been a
visitor at the home of Mrs. C W.
Hancock for some weeks has returned
to he. h?rn? 'n pi.- ,.- City. Mo.
Professor Edgar R. Chelton. of nn.-i<
Inghnm, bft last wick for Ml Hip*,
W. v.. . where he has secured a posi?
tion a- prlnolnil of the High School
Mis. .1 W Pa vis of Prospect vlelnitv,
nnd M: A. E. Louis, of Toci, will
for West Virginia In a few tveokfl
where the} expert! io spend the full
visillng Ihelr son
A New Principle in
(l-'rom Socirly World.)
Most rre.mis are injurious ?hon used
habitually. They .Ion the puros and
eventually form .1 permanent, -eiggv,
[stifling him which intcrfi res with climtna.
live .1. 1 ion ami make- ihc skin sickly and
!|mst> There i- an application?nierc?
iized wax which ari, upon an entirely
different principle While perfectly harm?
less, it contain- active ingredients which
: remove by abso ji ion the dead and half
dead panicle . i?i ??.nf skin, as well as
.unhealthy matter in the pores. Thus it
1 inkrs away from instead of adding t<> the
I complexion, differing in this respect from
iCOsmctics. The re?uli i< ,. perfectly pat
I tiral and heiltht young complexion, Mcr
colizcd wax, procuraWc .11 any drug -tore
(fuic ounce is sufficient), i, applied .?t
night like ...Id cream and washed off in
Ihe 1 oirei t principle in the treatment
of wrinkle-. i- t.? lichten ihr -kin, which
naturally iron- out the line- A face bath,
remarkably effective in this direction,
may, be made by dissolving I ounce pow?
dered saxolitc in Dint witch haze*