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Fresh Impetus to Great Highway Projects
(fp la] to The Time?-I>ispatch-|
Bristol, Ya.. January 4?The public.
!ijprh?a\ ?;>irit. dominating this rt
sioii. proniisss to revolutionise tho
iilghwHx systoas. of the South. Sol
content wlttJ a State niovcmeiit. which
has had for Its aim thr b uilci ng of a
highway frefg jvifinphis to Bristol,
across the entire St.?te ?-f. Tennessee,
enterprising Prlst tills BS. operating |
through the Bristol Hoar*', of Trade, or?
ganized the BrfastoJ-to~ Washington I
Highway ASSOffstlOO The purpose ot
this association is to Bos that the
Merr.phis-to-Bristnl 'irhw-tv, now be
Ing ronstrin ted through a majority of
the counties of Tennessee, shall not
end with the Mat- lm<- Og the SSStern
border of ths BtStC, hut shall be con?
tinued serosa the State of Virginia and
to ?M gates of the natioi.al . apital.
The work Of this association, of which
W. Jl. Aston, of Meadowvit\v, la pres?
ident, an.i P kt llunnejvi. of Bristol,
is socrstsry, cotrors ? little more man
a year. Many of the counties of Vir?
ginia ha-.a basg rrgan'ird to contri?
bute their part to the building of such
a trans-State read, and in a number
of the counties good progress has kosn
made Sirostljr This road ha* keen lo?
cated Sad SUrTOT/Sd from Bristol to
Roanoke. a distance of IM miles by
f*. B. Scott, assistant Stat. highway
rommi'ssiorer. and all th. .-..unties be?
tween these; points except Monigodheni
ha\e gene ahead with t iilssll in, I loll
work. 1'lans are now On foot to pro?
vide for the construction of t.ie neces?
sary links bet.veen RoS?k I MS0
Washington. The COOSPlOtion of this
road will result in a highway .-xtend
ing from Washington to ateraphis, via
Pristol. Knoxville and Nashville It
wiii be one of the must iasportaBi
highways In the country' The Amer?
ican Automobile Association has shown
the gf SIMOI ptSsUhlS interest in this
highway, and has recently been map?
ping It as OBS of th great roiatis, 01
the near future.
Inspires Marc Bu i I <U nc
But IbM prajsct Is not alone ^r.-at
wittin its. If. but in what it la
ing to inspire othei roag buiMings.
The Has Ridgi highway, which is to
traverse the .summit ?.* Um Blue
Ridge. extending sloag the Carol haa
Tennessee border, has received fresh
irrxpetus as a result of the rua/i pro
Joots which are 1>. ine worKed out Kara).
Prealdsal Henr3 Hoberts. of Ike Bris?
tol Hoard of Trade, has SBeW in e*T
raapoadawca with Dr. Todcpli Hjra-a
Pratt, president <>f .<(iiith.ru Agpola
chlan <;.?>.| ltoa<ls Association, with a
view U> interesting tin- North Ca.ro
HwlarptJ iti tnakinu Bristol. IbstbbpI ol
Ma-ion. Ihr northern terminus of the
'?'r?at of the Btua Iti<lK< Highway.'
The fact that praTlalona have been
made to build a highway from Bris?
tol to tin- North Carolina border via
Mmintajn City, T*nn.. has tatarsfd
the North Carnllnlaas. and, aorerdlng
to correspondence from 1 >r I'ratt, he
apprc-iates keenly the proposition to ;
britiK ths Blue Kidgc road here.
Among oth*-r roads that are to ter?
minate in Bristol are ?M Bristol air
l.itxlnJjrtOB, whbh it is now proposed
to canatrtict between tliis city and Lex?
ington. Ky., and the Bristol-to-Blnt
rb id road, which it Is proposed to con?
struct across Southwest Virginia be
tsrsx n this point and Bluelield. W. Va
But in all probability thes,- will b?
i> u t a hcerinnlng of tin stone road?
ways that are eventually to course th?'
pi< t urcs<iue ravines and table lands!
of th>- Appalachian Mountain region. I
The I'nitee! Stat> s government is now'
i?osinji options on multiplied ttisn j
sands <>f acres of picturesque aiosiaitala
land, lying along ? Itauir aids of the
j Blue RMge and rttrntHag over historic
i trails of Southwest Vireinia. Bad Ten
BBSS* C ami ST sat era North Carolina.
The purchase of th.-s. lands to con?
stitute the Appalachian timber re?
serve will call for the building of na?
tional stone highways. :u> a means of
btautlfyitiR and caring for spots that
Brers ma*M' sacre<| by the War of the
Revelation. Already what is to be
I known as the "'Kinc's .Mountain Mcr
j morial Hiirhwav." to extend from Bris
I tol through historic valley lands in
Kast Teiin> ssee and ai ross the Blue
RJdflJC to King's Mountain, has b?*en
succested. Tills BSatter will eventual?
ly be brought before the Ke?lcral Con?
gress, so-king- an appropriation in cm
aectlOfl with such other improvements
as will Be BTSpesaa1 in rorinection with
these memorable scenes of the lie vo iu -
tionary struggle. The building of this
road, the Blue Ridge Highway. the
M-mphis-to-Bristol are: the Bristol-t?
Washingfon and other hiahways now]
under consideration nv ans a revolu?
tion in point of development for the
Southern Appalachian region. Be?
cause of the long Inaccessibility of this
region for lack of such roads, a com?
paratively few people of the United
States have haxl an opportunity to be?
come acquainted with its merits In
point of scenic beauty and health. The
world ailorda few, if any, more invit?
ing regions. The scoriir beauty sur?
passes in Its delicate sweetness an"
rare charm anything that la found in
the bold and rugged mountains of the
far West. Crystal streams now down
through every valley, while far down
Ion the fertile plains, away from tho
i rhododeri*lron-coveted cliffs along the
j mountain gorges, sheep and cattle in
I abundance herd upon the choicest
I grasses, while th.' rugged hillsides
that skirt the plains are rich In mingled
I verdure and aromatic Mossoma.
It will h? only after Cnolc Sam has
perfected his plans to establish here
a great nuTTonal nark that the People
of these Tlnlttsi States will come into
a full realization of the beauty and
. harm that attachrs to the scenes along
the rugged was that marked the me?
morable march of the brave frontlets
men frags, the Valley of the VYalauga
up the hazardous etevps of the MM
Hids^ 10 King'? Mountain, where, in
the midst of valorous conflict, a might>
nation had its birth.
It Is the road system that has re
centlv been mappei out that la ?iestlne.1
to bring to the general notice of the
peop'e of the nation auch Picturesque
scenes as that of Sycamore gTgstMslo,
wheie the hsrOSS of the American Rev?
olution knell for 3 last won.', of prayer
before beginning their march over the
It was Dr. Samuel Tioak. a pioneer
Of Scoteh-lrlsli descent, who offered
that prayer, and It Is the Institutions
of learning that were fouiag.-d by him
that have made It possible for the
mountain hoys and girls of the re?
gion to receive liberal educational ad?
[Spei IUI tu Tin- Tliue.--Dispateh.]
Salem, Va.. January ?>- Mrs. George
i: Kell) wai bps teas on 'shieadajt ?ve
nlng at rive lablas of F*vs Hundred.
I'Ik merrj party remained until after
midnight to watch the new year in.
At tin ( .inclusion of the game Mrs. j
'v' i sagvod grapefruit, raluli and
Candy. Her guests were Dr. and Mrs. |
J C. Durden: Mr. and Mrs. W. s '
Shank, lira II D. Shank, Mrs. Jeter.
Mrs. Galloway, C D Dealt Mr. arsl <
Mrs W. ft Gross. Mrs. J. B Armistead. ,
Misses Ida. Maude and Columbia Kelly, I
BeVera] dances were given during'
the holidays which were '.cry largely ,
urten.le,! both bv Koanokt- people as
well as visitors Tom a distance who
spent Christmas bn Salem.
One espe. daily erijovable was that 1
given by bliss Mae Townes on Monday
evening In Motel Salem in honor of
her guest. Miss Bvaagellne Palmer, or
Mis.s Colnmhla Kelljr was hostess at
o small bridge party on Tuesday af?
ternoon at her home on Pennsylvania
..Iss Helen Prestop delightfully en?
tertained on Tuesday afternoon at Five '
Hundred in honor of Miss Walters, of |
PocahoatSS. and Miss Gayle, of Rich- !
monri. At the COneluaMss of'the game'
th. hostess served a dainty ?salad
course. pineapple jelly, cake and i
rSpecial to The Times-Dispatch.!
Concord, vj? januar> 1.?M*ss Gayle, ]
of Columbia, S. t.'.. is spending the
holidays as guest off Miss Louise
j >i..-s >-ar;e Jones Is visiting hat
I aunt. Mrs. Thompson Cross.
Mr. aaid Mrs. James Carson left
; Tuesday for a visit to their sum. Mont,
of South Carolina.
hTtSf .Vannie Stgsag Evans left Mon
iday for smythe County, where sbe la
[teaching this session.
ProfSSSOT Tkanberry, principal of
I Concord High School, returned Sun
,<!ay. accompanied by his bride, and
, they will make this their home t;li (he
I Close of session.
I Mr. and Mr.- Hudson entertained at
j their baspltabh home on Wednesday
I evening at dinner Mr and Mrs Dil
, lard Carr. li. -Mr and Mrs. B. 15. Wil
;son. Mr. and Mrs. Watson CaMwell,
??ir. and Mrs. Pomp Hudson and T. II
Mr and Mrs P C Wharten. Mr and '
Mrs E. c Cresa Mrs. c. b. cross. Mlsi
I Grace Cross ami H CBtoals attended
Ithe O. It. T. banquet held at Hotel Raa
?Bake Saturday night
"Mamma, Gi'me Some
More Of Those
"You shouldn't bother mamma
when she's busy?but here's some
cookies. Now, run along and play."
Mother, thinking out loud.1 It
seems as if everything I bake w ith
this new flour I am trying comes
out well and every baking seems
to stnt the whole family better.
111 continue t<> use it."
is the floui ihe's (lying Wh\ don't \ou try ii?
You'll haw ifae same resofc exactly. You'il be
pleased with your work ?ind your family will too.
At your grocers. Try ? -<uA. Guaranteed
New Prague Flouring Mill Co.
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A - * j?.Ml s. v**- \ f'
Brazil and Argentine, Rich South
American Countries, Dwell
(.?Special to The Times-Dispatch]
Washington. Junuury 4.?To-day Bra?
sil and Argentina. M'hest and great-1
est of South American republics, are
dwelling la .unity, with a statute at]
Christ marking ttieir mountain bound?
ary line. Hut for two old iron, who
are the) nSBBJSCtlVS umb tSBSdSTI from
their countiiis. that statute of Christ
might now be marking the lino of
a "battlefield, or BS but a memory, ob?
scured by a bittet warfan.
Instead, BSOBSa a the Latins are good ]
diplomats as BTSlI as chronic llgnters.
Dr. Campos BsllOS, <-\-I*i esident of Hra
zll. and lov. d of the people, is minis-I
ter to Argentine, and QOBSrSl Julio |
BaWaV, ex-I'resident of Argentina, la oc?
cupying a similar position in Brazil
And both are Hying in magnlliuent
mansions that th< governments pre?
sented eai !i dlfHadJ tiie Jeasting Usw
taxations that ataxked lbs advent at]
Salles and ROCS into their high posts.
And as a i es ,1t of all this, the State]
Department, relieved of a gri-at bur- |
den of care, is praying that the dove
of BeeVCS, which a few uiohihe ago set?
tled with such pomp over these coun?
try's, will BUtkS a long stay.
A year ago the gentle benediction,
wafted by tue statue of the Christ of
flie Andes, erected in 1900 to commem
PBOratS til" ptSfia pact between Argen
I tine and B.azil. SsrsBSt a little less |
geni-V Rata raaafiina. busy with qi
ploaaatlc i g< hang its over ujsputed ter?
ritory boundaries and damage- clainie.
saataatty atroUsd into the warship
market and began building and pur
nhaSltH I ?reaOnoughl?. At the BBBM
Itlasa thay began to more completely
arm and BQUSS their BOSjla.1 B Neither!
country wanted war. There's a lot ot |
foreign capital Invested] in Argentlin
and Brasil, .ii.: Lhasa investors shared|
the general distaste, against war as j
it is conducted In South. America,
wher. pesos treaties arc complicate** |
and fragile tilings.
Balisa and BSCS, each over seventy
ye?rs of age. are tiie George Washing -
tons of their countries, and they arei
fast, personal frk n?ls. Twelve years
ago. while both were Presidents of]
their cojr.tr>. tney paid each other I
visits, and the memory of the trium?
phant celebrations which accompanied:
the interchange of courtesies has on'.y
been dimmed by the newer memory of!
their last meetings, when they changed
an almost war into the profoundest ot!
peace dcisosst rations
Each of these men viewed with
alarm the Luild.f.i; of the Dreadnoughts
and the arming of the soldiers. Bothj
have been soldiers, and both knew
?':,at it meant to the prosperous coun?
tries if they he-am'.- ertib>ro>;e<i.
In August, aft^r foreign capitalists
had conferred with the Brazilian of?
ficials, one suggested that as Salles
was well liked In Argentina, he be
sent there as minister. The sugges?
tion was received with alacrity. Th
oBclal tender of Salles name was made
to Argentina, and within a few du^s
I came a special messenger, bringing an
!acceptance of Balles a.s "persona grata,1
.and bringing also the suggestion 0?
Roca'a name aa minister to Brazil.
When this news became BSJfellc, th?*
charged atmosphere dissipated an
tiie preparations for war gave way to
, pre portions for receiving these men a^
ministers from their countries. I'.oca
waited la Argentina for BSge*, and he
came with warships decked in flowers
to he received, with an ovation tha*
exceeded anything in the history of
the eountry. For three days a na?
tional fete was declared, and then
w,re eelebr.-.tions the length and
breadth Of the country.
Then Salles went back to Brazil with
I Boca personal!} escorting i,im into
Ria Sa Janeio harbor, where, in the
Monroe Palace, undi r an enormous
electric arch hearing the words "salve
Argentina.' the President and his
Cast net received bias.
The tw.. heroes had to pose before
the populace. They spoke eloquently
for eteri.al peace, and the Latin audi?
ence, shrieking Its love for Argentina,
tossed flowers atr. confetti into the
That nigiit then was a grand ball
Si President Pena's palace. The time
eamc for .-alles and Rocs to waik
down th' gi.tr. ring lin" that had been
formed for them to the dais, where
they wer- t.j sit In state. They were
nowher.- :o he fSSJBd. Messengers
hunted high and low fir an hour, anr*
mil' h alarm was felt.
Pinailv. a Bt altar f maid, seeking a
breatli of air, foun?-. them on the back
steps of tli' paJaVCO, hasted on upturned
champagn- SOBOS, smoking long ci?
garettes and earnestly discussing tne
future of their countries when the
Panama Canal, the dream child of
Bscth America, made true, shall have
Building of City Aqueduct in
New York One of Mar?
vels of Age.
[BBS)) i.i 1 to Th' 1 inv s- Dispatch J
New York. January 4.? New York?
ers travel ti:ll< s to the Panama
Canal -.ug. they faaraey to Egypt rs
se, t:..- gr?-^t i:i - it. .'i ,iam at A.?
BSSBBS. an i to Switzerland to maitcl at
BeaBaserhaB, Bt Qatlaaai aud <>tr-.<i
m:" I I BJHhSBBj had slant here In Man?
hattan, uiid'-r th? li very noses, or
rather under their feet and unnoticed,
a great triumph of . ugineering is rw
in.; .<.npltrhed?the b?ihiing of l-'
A IBS. figures will gave an Idea of
th-- enormity of this undertaking. The
rr.ain st-m of tue a'iuoubct is seven?
teen an I a i.aif miles p.'ig and tapers
from a d;ani'ter ol nfBBSS feet d"wn
to el< <en f et The mui lenr'h of
th< assasdaag from the As ?k?n Re.v r
..dr 1.. Iii. lirmu l l> I.V. miles. ? I., n
ompleltd Will have required the
owrk ?f laborers for live >e*ra
arr-l will i<-pre?ent an expenditure of
The li> , nd <?t ihr huge tunnel has
'en Masted out < f the hardest roe*
known to geulogiats. Through "Fnrd
hani artel?m" end 'Manhattan ScJi'st. '
the BaajMhasra have dy as anted their
VDv ir'o -I.. ml t '.eindsiion of the
.it TV' -splo'iona ?rs seldom heard
? - ,oil ef Mow York Itf
T?4?) B ? kru hove piore trtan
half SaaM ' i work
Wh?r> the ateed<.?-t la Swished grav.
? i rot e n- a. l> :.?? soa.eS* gallon
of Wal? - dam Iti the bigbos' points of
i eity ani to the taps of the biggest
?hys rsawrs. Prora terminal shafts In
w. b. CORSET'S
Ko. 78<jlowbust orNo.7H'* medi'jm
bust; wear-re:fating Coutil, lace
trimmed, always sold ab $3.00, for
$2.00. No. 796 medium bust, or
795 iowbust, beautiful fancy broche;
regular price $6.00.
Sale this Week Only
after which regular prices prevail.
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to five inches, combine perfect shape with
perfect fit, and show any figure to splendid
advantage. Sizes 19 to 36, allow equal
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Wear-Proof Elastlne Gores
used only in W.B. Elastine-RedusoC<>rs?t3
provide perfect comfort, prevent weaken?
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cutting; and insure
the life of Ike corset.
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Corsets, reduce bust
liaes. Sires 34 to 50.
No. 1098 bust conriner,
$1.00; No. . Braa
Brooklyn st si pip*.- lines will send tn
watt r into Queens and Richmond
The deepest part of the tunnel is
74t feet beneath it.e street. Keachini;
j the bottom of a shaft by an elavotor.
I the visitor hnds innumerable lanes cut
! througn the soiio rock. Tracks are
j laid In these lanes, and along the
i tracks small steel cars are ?onstuitly
] hearing he debris esBSesl h\ explosions
of d] nainlfe. As soon as a car is
empfi-d *?e masses of rock ar.- seal
-,' o kly to the nurfac and ca,"ted away.
Tliose of the laborers who sh"vel
ro<;k into the cars are called "muckers,
for this is the hardest job of all in
the aetual building of the aqueduct.
Hoys who earry the steel drills from
! place to place arc < alb d "nippers." and
there are slang names for all of Hal
workers from the aJpcrvtsing engineer
to the hlacksrr.itbs. pipe MtSS*, dyna
mifekeepers and concrete men.
A trip through a section of this vast
beehive Af industry convinces one that
it Is not only among the rattl- of ?Cm t
. ars. the honk of autos and the roar
of industrial life on the surface that
exhibits of modern activity ?.an be
rSpecial 1? Tb- Ttmes-Dtspatofc.J
I hart.?:-,. .V <? January 1?gg?S thai SB
.l"n?s e-.terialned the Ktin lioaers t" ?Ii Fri?
day atfteToon at h> r home on atorr.a Street.
Thts mening r? In honor of atlas Maul*
Lehman, a mem..er >?: i' r'.iiu. ?(:n 10
he married <n Julian Ood >ur?. of Jackson
vb|e. Ila . the middle of I'jl* zauDlh.
Mr and Mr- James A liooin- sj roenl
?^hrl^tma* a' Newton and l^-oolr At New?
ton t |y visited Mns. teorge knot.-. Mrs
j MsMBS* ? > ?l?ter. and at I^enolr they w.rs
j entertained by Mr. and Mr.-, G ft Harrison
Miese? Sodl* attd Blan' h? Whdimor. . n
I tertalnnd a few of th-lr friends kagSSBSg
sen r.k- t;.ftr home, ".-uniostde." gt
j l.onw sf it is.- Vaodt-r LSagsak <y. . .oeoid
and Mi's ilaiti>. as* I'eierapurm. Progres?
sive Henef? waa the gsme
The tnunf ??meti o>f Purhem rxercleed
rhejY . I' prerogative In I-e*p Year and sa-.e
a be?i,.i'r haaquerad? and tool pvudrr at
?eSf Irunnor Tuesday ?vcton* UisUnt
' si sail' n 'il at M> o?-v.<-k ar.d ipvd wotli
I M. VI*? Itessle Kreln an.l In. .r U.hm
?I nature*. .\iwut tweatg-ftve coaaples
The TnortaT* met with H~* J- A. Hobln
soi o? Tu"*day a'tern?ws; n 'W parlors of
?- IssSfSeeS* After aa l?;*-roe. <liseu>
I sloe ef i aiioaai eve?i?. pe^salning tn India
i . e-~ir.?rj ?h'eh t'.e ot* is .ludrlaaj-lhe
I Ttis ' As W. Uk* It ? gh was ae.kfkt
j 'u ly *e tertalned Nrturde? ereni. ? to} Miss
j Mary tfBrsant at h. r borne on ? hapel Mill
-? reet T?ie 1-.e.-si k'jum were h<Mii. eedar.
inaes and eeraattoaa
Mrs Jone? Ka le- l- on * vkrti I* Kle-rlge.
Hi*e Kathrclne Moyland. ?. ILaltia?. is the
rvlt for several Says of MIjw Irin* ass III'..
Tha Jester Bridge Ciuk imM SVednewUp
? f-emoon with Mrs J M. M Orecory
at re Pwul C Oraaata rhu i as a/ *riernooa
ei.tsrtalned Ike Senior Bridge <Tv? at ner
rewsflere-e. BB erekead Street The eta*
wleycd aMartret) fcrldee KefreattmaiHS were
served in thaws ewajrawe.
?estate t. jalt<. ef n ouioeog. asast seeeral
dars this wok aa Iii? ?j.at ml tar. * Kup?
|**s?sta. laTaw Time--ryiaatette* |
rtowlwg Oeeen Ve Jaanaaa-r i -Mr. end
M/a W. ores* hssre rwteraed trssa ?
kBUvss ia Coat
lira. Wii.lam L. Bo>d hmm relumed t.? h*t ?
i tn Ii?Uiuvr*i a:i?rr aaaaBBBS, ?o:n. uinei
?all:, her pHWN) Mr. and Mm T. D. Cwg-j
Mr* Charles L Batlara ai.J ,iai..;l?:?re. *-?,
?pent tevcrai ?e.\* in Waahtng-U/D. Uavr re-j
Miss Hates Hrtx.du BOM :? teauatr.B
aoh?ol In Worxotrci k. a/nit laia ?f?k with I
her parent*. Ht ar.d Mrs. *>. VV. Broaumt. |
Mr. Robert A. Cog"tii-: ent?rt?in.d a num
BSV -.f !i?-r : ?m :: ... .? eek. a.oou; !;!??:?
preK-nt le It.a Mr ai.d M:? i A U.-imj Iv,
Mr. and Mrs. E fl Caffctll. Mr and Mr* U I
E M.irtic. Mr sad lira V It. CM . Mr. .n-1
Mrs. T ?? Va.. ji-.ir... llr and M.-a. II U.
t.-?ui, M b. Oard> la ? M i jr M.--M
B..-in lie <? nth:.., ?aro.ia? ti. Br^aiiUua L*/-.:s.
H?: r. ?st. Ann,.- M Wa.t?. laa-y Wo.
' Annie VttMk, Mit c.-ra ;.??. M.-a L. U
?JewrRe and MsBST*. I" !. il-MDuau. K;
I. B?a:., Ajbrey \a>nr:m. Ed?ar Js"
and L>r John ti. liroacdua.
An enjoyato.e dan. .- wat clven at Bu.iard a
Bai: ttii? Week. It MM tc^pi ru&ed kg Mr.
? nd Mr- T II OH Bad Mr Bad M:.- 11 -a
AM.o.-.c liiot. pita-::t M ?-e?
Kra.n e? and bwaBBI ?. ?.-?? . '-? Ian id-hard-?
??>?? M.i:s..:-l .'.!....? M.
Haines. K?-Me and Aauit Coi.laa. JUaaa L
SJBBtri Bu.tre. Kuth Tbonma. Ida Ura>, Aa-i
nie ' ?arrett. USSSst ?'v\. Mar. II. n i.r*,: .
Il?rmlne ? ?ofrMt':. lx>ui?-. Ada and K -?
Odetten. Mary Itixey. Miaaea Du-.u and M sa1
I'a ?r.itory. at KkAVuirMMi, and M?-?i"r? C|MBa>!
Colin- Ctrl!. 1- \ a.id K;rt II: '.
.1. nnin?.-. i. j; Kock, C A. .-vj^.Oi rt Sfi
Kl.-tara nd: Er.if.k Kmoot, J.*- BJ.. ;? [*ajar?|
rette. John (Ma JhBj j'.ina. Jaiie.a Batr?.e. '
John and Beeanle cierrett. It fj Tayior. I
i kaaa caaaaat k l. u?au. atari.;d wrts-at.
' i: *::d Andrew B- rac>. * ? .?.
I Bat. and Mr.*. I? c. I>?-J*rn-?i?. al.- an-l Mr?. 1
|R A CaaaaTT. Mr. aaU Mra fc (.ej.i !
, Dr. and Mir. KoUfi T. U aaa. 11. ?od M?.
J at. I VT" I:. :-;.. j.-. i M:? V.. ?? ;. . . 4
J rSfa i i-t t" T.i ? i'im? '?-r>l-p^t<-h I
! >'ath# i im. V.i i ai .at" t -?>-, -at- I
I art if hiK;.- tat aaaai '?f Mrs Jaaai 1-.
?' Redd f?> th-- f-'ti'- of the first da" t
: of the holidays. Fiellclous refres-i
ments were jervrd at 11.4". o'rloc-.
Miss Biihv larger, of I?ainrlll?-. was
the ?-iie?' r.f the Misses Kerns ? urinK
th- h. lidaya.
Miss ITora Ba#?a who ia teachlnr -t
j Chest> r. Is at hone for the holida s.
iHtnai Jordan of niwt?r Mprlnars.
I ia the BWa>l of Henry R-dd.
Miss Kuth Redd, who leaches In
j Roatinkr, is at home for the holidays.
I Mi> .. Kuby an?! Stella Kerns left
j fo- MaaBBBMal Monday to visit frlen??* ,
' for a few days.
j John rte?:d. Jr.. who Hv-s In Baltl- |
) more M.I. returned Tue-sdsy. after
IsaaMawkal a while with his parents
j Mise Fanni* Brook, who tearheg in
Wii ? .n-Salem, N. C. Is at honvs for
' Miss Bessie Brook, who teaches fn
' Warrenton. is st home.
I c A Trevtlllan. of thl? plaee. |s
' visiting hta br*dher In King and Queen
Miss Mary O ^mllh. "f R|. him.nl
was the gl.? st uf hee par'-nts. Mr. aaa
Mrs S. B. fmith this w??k
The Miss?s Chancy Wees the host?-**
of a very pretty danee Ktves at their
home Monday fight to the youas P*?
jple of the ptoce.
>;?< i.ii to The Tiir..-?-r?i*;?at<th 1
King George. Va.. January 4.?.a. g u .
r ?? was given for the benefit of
?>f Ditianurl lYesbyterian Episcopal
at '< anning.'- the resilience of
-Mi .1:.d Mrr Allen Smith on Thursday
evn;r.a\ Pancing was a feature of
1 !.-: i-s rcecln g e' King Georg?
ritixena ?? ? ? acfy If was d. idea by
rot< to h r ? r)ie old eourtnouse bulM
pe ? . .1 < aM not to r vceeti
\n enthusiastic GtVtt Betterment
Cl it I aa at n formed at King George.
Rei Mi L Brydon Is president; r.
1: HI ? -T.resident, ami B.ev. E. P.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Boggs are spend
Ing some time in Washington.
Mrs Harrj Mills spent Christmas
?reell in Washington.
Mr lUw.ird. who has be.*n visiting
.; ? r Mrs- William Taylor, his
. ? ..? d f.. Norfolk
Wm ?TstlalcuT Shear*, of Baltimore.
... , gw*Bl of Miss Kcsalie Smith at
r"i"anniiiK " ?
Miss Kdith Brown 's visiting- her
M ?. Koix rt X-'.son itust. near
.\ hm r?:rla.
MSss QtadtfS Hogan. who has been
spending the holidays with her mother
.it I'fuiiiirii. has returned to her school
1-1 Sp..t";. I va ma. where she is teach?
Mi>s i:n Tyler, of Krcd.ricksburg.
iticir her sister. Mm Julien
[?pedal to The Tim? .s-r>i?patoh.J
*?g|gir Vh . I.inn.ir- 4?At th<? beatt
mmw home r*f Mr. and Mrs Clse
, CraAST Street, the
?ses sees .,f the ijtdie. Social Onh held
las Masaasl rr-?pH"n on Wednesday
ii gnt in honor of their husbands. The
ve-d at * o'< ; ?. K. .<nd wer?
? !\-ed hv Mr. and Mrs
aSSs Mrs J. H Wltherow?
n 1 ?? ..mdii.tod them to the pane*
?! I? h was presided orer hp
\ l ? i and A I. TTII
1": "in s*lre tames were nlsycd
et nv. t .hi. ?. m. s. I 11. Khudy and
i- V f-.?td earrting off the prizes
ts were served on the
?!!? '. 'he gam?*s were played
:.r. sent wee, Mr %n(a, Mrs
J H. Kapp. Mrs. 3. W. Boten. Mr. aad
Mrs U I- i-rsh. Mr* J ?. T.tmee. Mr
-r.d Mr- l: K. rr.v Mrs A L. Wtl
l'..ms. Mr. and Mrs E. U Whltlsy. Mr.
?1 1 W l>odd. Mr. snd Mrs. J.
IL Whit row. Mes. .1. 11 Rhudy. Mrs.
.1 Its v*is. Mrs C I. Undeev. Mra
J K t'aldweit. Mr. and Mra. llertea
tnd Mr. and Mra. Clarence
. el?swt womans- elnn It,
I'm Ist. ruiv.n? <d soea
town was e.tahliehaC It
My by Ma he
laws, end ha? est?- -'?>'d the enstotri
ft giving an annual reception sack
New Tear ta taw hussends of tta arena.