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PAGE TWO.
Greenville
GREENVILLE, Dec. 28.—Again
the holiday season is with us.
Christmas trees and family reunions
have been in order. The Baptist
Sunday school had a Christmas
tree Christmas night and the Metho
dist Tuesday night. At Bethel Manse
there was a Christmas entertainment
consisting of "a Beautiful Tree" giv
en to the Infant Class of Bethel Sun
day school by the teachers, Misses
Elizabeth Denham, Cora Hutchins
and Mary La Rew, on Christmas day.
It was a red letter day for the little
folks of which there are sixty-one.
in the class. The grown-ups who
were present enjoyed the fun as
much as the scholars. East Bethel's
tree Tuesday afternoon was also a
success.
Mrs. Calvin D. Rowan entertained
a large family party Christmas day
and had a number of young people
at supper that evening. All report
a very pleasant time.
Mrs. Samuel F. Williams enter
tained a number of friends at dinner
and a Christmas tree in the after
noon fdr the children.
Miss Carrie L. McClure is at home
from school at Harrisonburg for the
week. Miss Gladys Berlin of that
town is Miss McClure's guest for the
winter holidays.
Mr. Howard Chapman of Wash
ington City is the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. G. M. Chapman at the Valley
Miss Mary Wallace Callison, who
is a student at Mary Baldwin Semi
nary, is spending Christmas at home.
Miss Annie Rowan came last week
from North Carolina where she isJ
teaching to spend the holiday season
at home. Mr. James Rowan, her
brother, is also home from Wash
ington and Lee University for the
week.
Miss Elizabeth Denham came yes
terday to be a guest at Mrs. Moffatts
at Brookwood.
Misses Mabel and Nellie Hanger of
Fishersville are visiting at Mr. Roy
Hanger's on Main street.
Mrs, B. S. Randolph and children
are spending a while at Dr. Arrnen
trout's in Staunton.
Mr. Warren Hizer of Buena Vista
and Miss Janie Williams of Mint
Springs were Christmas guests at
Mrs. H. J. Williams.
Prof. Wm. Ballard Smith of Mc-
Donough, Md., is visiting Mrs. Mary-
Randolph.
Capt. T. S. Doyle, formerly Consul
to Bierut, Syria, who has been spend
ing some time with his sister, Miss
Lizzie Doyle, has gone to Norfolk to
visit Mrs. Lon Grattan Doyle.
Mr. James W. Wallace, who has
been ill, is somewhat improved.
Mrs. M. E. Green of near here,
who has been ill, is getting along
nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Shultz are vis
iting at Martinsville, Henry County,
Virginia.
Miss Virginia Burwell of Staunton
is visiting relatives here.
We wonder what has become of
the local good roads association.
They should hold a meeting and pass
resolutions. This is the time of
year when new resolutions are in
order. And it will take very strong
ones to hold us up out of the mvd —
stronger than to quit drinking whis
key or chewing tobacco. The new
road which contractor, Mr. J. W.
Hemp, finished last spring, being
new and unsettled, is now almost
impassable. The road-father s should
call Mr. Hemp back, as he is the most
practical overseer we have in this
locality.
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A HOUSEHOLD MEDICINE
That stops coughs quickly and
cures colds is Foley's Honey and
Tar Compound. Mrs. Anna Pelzer,
2526 Jefferson St., So. Omaha, Neb.,
says: "I can recommend Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound as a sure
cure for coughs and colds. It cured
my daughter of a bad cold and my
neighbor, Mrs. Benson, cured herself
and her whole family with Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound. Every
one in our neighborhood speaks
highly of it." For sale by all drug-
Fine Cut Flower
Chrysanthemums, Roses, Catn
Latest designs fin Bouquets and
Funeral work. We grow our own
flowers. 10.houses.from which to
JOHN FALLON
MONET TO LEND
Money to lend on real estate
in Staunton and Augusta
QUARLES & PILSON, Attys
New County Building.
FREE HOT LUNCH
Weston Bargain House j
<_ AH customers who purchase I
Rcfrlgeratore At
Exactly 1-2 Price
If Bought Friday or Saturday
We "Take Stock" January Ist and don't wsent to
carry them over. You will save %of the price by buy
ing them NOW ami keeping ihci_i~un.il next summer
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j_o 10 Buflalo Refrigerator, market $12.50- now f (i._.i
" -- " " " 15.00, " 7.50
" -0 " " " 2_.50, " 11.25
" 8° " " " 29.00, " 14.60
ALL HAVE SPIGOTS
Xo. 702 Ice Box, marker! si-1.50, now 57.25
AUGUSTA FURNITURE CQMP'Y
Daylight Clothing Store
New County Building
STAUNTON, VIRGINIA
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|- BANK OF RIVERHEADS
j Greenville, Virginia.
| We Want Your Business
5 For our mutual benefit. Every in
; ducement offered that is consistent
; with safe banking.
53 per cent.interest paid on certificates of deposit
"TURKEYS TURKEYS"
Give us a chance on Your Turkeys, Chickens,
Eggs and all kinds of Produce", we will do
L. B. .BOSSERMAN
22 NORTH CENTRAL AVENUE
Highest prices paid for all kinds of Frcduce. See us before selling
THE STAUNTON DISPATCH-NEWS.
"B" _tf-___r.it _n_i*____
Are Finer Than Ever
Call and See the Beautiful New Designs at Our Music Store
WE CAN FURNISH
Star Pianos, Webster Pianos,
Howard Pianos, Sweet
land Pianos.
In Fact Almost Any Make of Piano You May Prefer
CALL and HEAR
WONDERFUL APOLLO j PJAVFP PlAftlfK
c i HOWMO j r L/ULIY riAliUo
LOWEST PRICES. :-: :-: EASIEST TERMS
Old Instruments Exchanged
W. W. PUTNAM & CO.
' l»vr__fcs WU«
A Diamond
bought right is a good in
vestment for anyone, but
you must exercise judi
cious in buying it
You should . have the
same confidence in the
jeweler you are buying
from as you have in your
-banker. Every diamond
bought here is backed by
our absolute guarantee.
H. L. Lang
Masonic Temple
GET RIGHT FOR
I Antiquated Office Appliances
| have no place in modern times.
YAWMAN & ERBE Systems
j will reduce your detail work and
I eliminate the element of chance.
• Will you r.ot drop in for a dem
onstration.
"PUTNAM'S MUSIC STORE"
- THE NEW BANK -
The Planters' Bank, Inc.
South Augusta Street Opposite The Court House
Owned and Operated Exclusively by Citizens of Augusta
County and City of Staunton.
OFFICERS
President—John B. Cochran. Atty-at Law, Staunton, Va.
Ist Vice-President-Joseph S. Cochran, Late Member Coun
ty Board of Supervisors for Beverley Manor.
Staunton, Va.
2nd Vice President—John G. Fulton, Member county Board
ofSupervisors from Middle River.Mt.Meridian.Va.
3rd Vice-President—Rankin A. Todd, Director in Mt. Solon
Pank, Mt. Solon, Va.
Cashier—John Crosby, Late of County Clerk's Ofiiee 'and
President of City Council, Staunton, Va.
Assistant Cashier— W. A. Haines, Staunton, Va.
DIRECTORS (With Above Officers)
J. Harry Bryan, Merchant, Staunton, Va."\lohn D. Crowle, Jr
Staunton, \a, (of Sproul <fc Crowle Insurance.) Richard H. Dud
ley, Farmer, Union Church. Wilson W. Timberlake, Staunton (of
Humphreys and Timberlake, Wholesale Merchants). Edward C
Harrison, Staunton, R. F. I)., Farmer. Wm. H. East, Ciurchville
Va., farmer. Richard A. Fauver, Staunton, Va., Merchant. R
, *rank J. are v., Greenville, Va., Director in Greenville Bank Rev
Abraham Early, New Hope. Watson P. Gooch, Staunton, Va. .(of
Staunton Cooperate Co.) Rodney H. Dudley, Mt. Solon, R F D
Farmer. Harry Burnett, Augusta County Clerk.
We do a general banking business and pay interest on savin",
deposits. A cordial welcome is extended to all onr friends in
city and county at our banking house. J
JANUARY SALE
Watch for our big advertisement
before the 10th.
The Big Department Store
The LYRIC
. NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
WILLIE REOPENED
TO-MIGHTAT 7p. mr —
Only the HIGHEST CLASS PICTURES Will
Be Shown. Three Reels Change Daily.
— ADMISSION — 5c —
The LYRIC
What to Give and
Where to Get It?
You will find an IMMEDIATE
answer in our splendid stock of
holiday goods. We wait the op
portunity to put you in touch with
all the latest and best in Christmas
novelties for 1911. We are offer
ing the best products of the most
reliable manufacturers, and certain
assurance of high quality and hon
est worth in each article.
Satisfactory selections for every
person. Altogether the most de
sirable line of holiday goods; insur
ing an easy selection of appropriate
gifts for old or young. We shall
deem it a privilege to show you
these attractions.
We offer the best at tempting
prices.
J. Harry Grafton
Jeweler
Phone 835.
nc don't i"bteme you for feeling
sore over the w<.y you are held up
for auto supplies on the road. But
/ou have the remedy in your own
hands. Come here where all auto
supplies are priced honestly and
not according to the of
/our need. By buying l.t "c \rou
not only save money, ye _£s>_l ot
ter supplies as well.
Staunton, Va.
Handsome China
for Xmas Gifts
We have received a hand
some line of 25c plates that
we are now offering to the
trade at
10c
We have many other beau
tiful new Xmas in
CHINA
and other lines that we will
give special prices.
Come and see us and get
your share of the bargains.
Davis & Holt
No. 4, East Main Street
Heaters and Cook
Stoves
We have the largest
line of heaters we
have ever carried
and the best collect
ion. We have a
stove for every one
and a price to suit.
It will be to your
interest to see our
line'of cook stoves
and heaters before
buying.
Flavin & |Watson
Company

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