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i ? ; 1 1 > A V . SKPTKMBKU l.r?. PJ22 For projnpt taxi scrvicc day and 1>AN 1-Ot'DKHMII.K. PhoilC 22(1 K<um>.- A Scarf on Fair (iround. \|rs. \V. L Tabscott Wasted to Hkst. ? Tw o living i moms. Mrs. Bertie Scott. \ small Vulcanized Repair will I, wi n your tire bill. The Lewisburg l.cpair Shop. A. L. Strealy, Prop. Kor prompt Taxi service with < j.rcful drivers, call Phone 2-13. l);iy ?r Night. E. G. Coft'man. Pon Sale. ? 5-passenger l)odgc ! ( ;ir. ('heap. K. (i Coir man. For lirst-class taxi service call | I'icrcy's Restaurant, phone 271,! I.i-wisburg. Foil Sale. ? Light team of marcs; ? 7 u-ai's old. Write Lock llox 1 '.Ml. i \Mcrson. West Virginisi. N-2\v | The Daughters of the (Confederacy | will meet at tin' home of Mrs. K. (',. ! I'.jintcr, Saturday, August Kith, :it I p. m. I roi; S \ i.e. ? (iood Sewing .Machine! Apply. Independent Oflice. FOB SALE. :?fl Economy Silos; 25 Blizzard I Si lo Cutters; 25 Sharpies Cream Separators; 25 Threshing Ma chines. G./VV. Graves, Alderson. COUNTY CATTLE SALE. The Greenbrier County Court will st 11 twenty (20) head of tWo-year (,ld cattle at the County luiirmary, near Williamsburg, on Saturday, September 23rd, at 2 p. in. 8-3w F. P. BOBB1TT, Supt. NOTICE. Miss Florence Heed Dressmaker, (ireenbrier Mercantile Building, 2nd lloor room No. 3. Plain and Fancy Sewing. vReasonable Prices. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. Any one having eggs and vegeta bles for sale please communicate with Mrs. Carter, at Lewisbifrg Sem iary. School opens Sept. 20th. LOST. ? One Pocket Folder, with small book attached, containing papers of no value except to owner. If finder will return to me suitable reward will be paid. W. E. Nelson. BREACHING SERVICES. Preaching next Sunday at Carroll Hill 11:00 a. ,m.; Fairview, 3 p. m. Protracted meeting at Fairview be linning Sunday night. Rev. H. 0. Hipes, of Warm Springs, Va., will sAsist the pastor, E A. Wilcher. SEED WHEAT. Dr. C. F. McClintic has a limited iimount of seed wheat for sale ? "Leaps Prolilic" (smooth.) 11 was grown from seed secured from Lan caster County, Pennsylvania and is well adopted to Greenbrier's climate ;ind soil. See or write C. II. Mc Clintic, Williamsburg, W. Va. All evening services al the Metho dist Church will be held at 7:30 in stead of 8 o'clock, beginning next Sunday, September 1 7th. The pub lie is cordially invited to attend all the services of this Clairch at any tune and a welcome hand is al ways extended toward all. ANNOUNCEMENT. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnston llandley announce the .marriage of their daughter. Elizabeth Brown to Mr. Edward Henry Beardsley, on Saturday. September the second, Nineteen hundred and twenty-two, Akron, Ohio. The many friends of this couple extend congratulations. A WORLD'S FAIR AT HOME 1 atended the World's Fair at Philadelphia in 1870, and later the Slate Fair at Richmond. 1 think that the farmers of Greenbrier coun ty. when they examine the exhibits ' f live stock, farm machinery, and j ? tiler exhibits of interest, can learn i v much at the Greenbrier Valley ':iir in 1022. as at either of the: "tilers mentioned. Geo. II. Lewis! IH' HAL SCHOOL WOHK. Miss Linda L. Davis, of tin* faculty J <;l the Concord Normal College. is :i visitor in Greenbrier county this U('<'k promoting rural extension vvork of that institution. She has Practically covered the county and most of th'e High Schools which opened this week . It is her ai,in to fc! in touch with the teachers and have them take up the home study ?'cpartment of th'e educational ex tension work of that school of which she is at the head. This give fiicxcellent opportunity for the teachers of this section of the State prepare themselves in profession. ;,l training and get credit for work ?'??lie iit home during t In* school M-ar. The school at Athens now t-ivcs ;i regular college course, co- 1 i'l'ring the regular degrees as well s high' standard course in pro visional training for teachers and ? litis gives an opportunity to teach- 1 ^ :'s which tliey have not heretofore ; " Too. Ath'ens is an ideal school 'j,Vin \ place where one need not! ' " anything hut study. I Foa Sai l. Niei Scrril Per-! Ifect'y f??r wirnt n and children j t<? ride or drive. > ! .">?<. 11. A. Murrili j Le\vi*hu:g. \V. V;; 1.V2I Two I" \ u ms Foil Sai.k.? (hit' con taining SI '.-j acres, has good house. I barn, outbuildings, and lint* young I orchard. Other one contains 12."> | I acres, has good house, barns, out | buildings and large orchard of good fruit, also, line sugar orchard. Both situated in heart of new mining sec tion of Greenbrier county. Either farm will ,inuJic a line summer home or fishing and hunting lodge. Small payment, balance to suit purchaser. Address. W. L. HINES, Jtupert \V. Ya jGBEENBRIftH MU.1TAHY SCHOOL The Greenbrier Military School opened yesterday, the 14th, with an initial enrollment of about '200 students including the local students lroni and near Lcwisburg. This promises to be a nourishing year with this institution. Three new men have been added to the faculty ('apt. 1). A. Iteynolds. a graduate of Washington and l.ee I'nivcrsity. cc.mes from Indiana; Gapt. E. Sid ney Sands, a graduate of llampdcn Sidney Gollege. comes from Hich? mond. Ya.: and Gapt. Daniel P. Mc? (ieacliy Jr.. a graduate of Davidson Gollege, and a son of Dr. McGeachy. former pastor of Lcwisburg Presby terian G.hurch. Other nieinbers of the faculty are: Gol. II. It. Moore, Hev. .1 M. Moore, Major G It ltich mond, Gapts. 1). T. Moore, C P Gioseclose, Wm It. Moody, It K Killinger. J. L Martin, C 11 Connell, Ghas. E. Dorety, Sargeant C. C. ('.Oli vers, Mrs. .1 L Martin and Miss E K Moore. CIHCL'IT GOIJHT. The Greenbrier Circuit Court be gan its regular September term last Tuesday, the 12th, Judge Summers II .Sharp presiding. The lirst days of the Court were taken up with condemnation pro ceedings of the Sewell Valley Bail road Company against various per sons to condemn land for right of way purposes; also, similar cases intituled by the County Court for right of way for public roads. The calendar shows thirteen Slate cases for felony and misde meanor charges and twenty-live Civil cases. The docket is set for ward to and includes September tl.'e 211th and 30th, which are desig nated as divorce days. This is a considerable docket for this county extending over a period of three weeks as did the last ter,m of Court Insufficient orders are entered at this ti.me of going to press to justify publication. Proceedings to date will be published next week. LEWISBURG SEMlNAtHY. The enrollment of local students in the Lcwisburg Female Seminary began yesterday, the 14th. The reg ular opening of the school year will begin next Wednesday, the 20th. The prospects for a large enrollment of students this year is fair. The financial conditions of the country may keep some students from the school this year. However th'e management of the school is trus ing for a good enrollment. The fac ulty for this year is as follows: Dr. John 1. Armstrong, President and College Mathematics: Miss Sal lie Lockctt. Principal and History; Miss Emily Arbuckle, House Prin cipal; Miss Ivylyn (iirardcan, Science; Miss Margaret McLaugh lin, Bible; Miss Marian S. Franklin, French; Miss Charlotte Newton, and Miss Ahnell 1). Glover. English; Miss Annie 4t. Austin. Latin; Miss Gillian S. Walker, Mathematics; Miss Cornelia Brownlee, Director of Music; Miss ("ere C. Grothe, Voice; John Jordan, Piano, Organ and iTheory; Miss Minnie Moore, Assist ant in I'iano and Theory; Miss Mary E. Copenhaver, Painting; Miss M. Yirginia Wheat ley, Expression and Physicial Training; Miss Jean Itorlz Home Economics; Miss Estaline McCain, Primary; Miss Elgiva Mc Cain, Academy. W El ) I) I x ( ; A X X I V KM S A I i Y On August 22. P.I22, there was a happy reunion ;it the beautiful coun try 'home of Mr. and Mrs. .1 A Jones in honor of their fiftieth wedding iinniversiiry. Although thh hos pitable home 1 1 ; i s heen the scene of many festive occasions, this was the hanucr one. Mr. :ind Mrs. Jones have a rcimirkahlc family consisting of eight sons and four daughters. All are living except one daughter, Mrs. Alii Ilarplett. All the chil dren were present except Mr. M. II. Jones, of Miami. Florida. Those present were: Messrs I, .A.. \Y. M. and family; K. \V. and daughter, and J. J of Huntington, W. Va., Mr. 1). W. (!. and family, of Mupcrt, W. Va., Mr and Mrs C J Miller and family, of Mainelle, \V Va., Mr. and Mrs. II H Jones, of Meadow HI nil". Mr. and Mrs. \V \V Thompson and dau^h'ter, of Oawley, and Miss dura, at home. There were twenty six grandchildren present. Mr. Harry Hinennan. of Huntington, and Mr. John Carter, of Michwood. were guests. A hold if td dinner was served to about fifty. The bridegroojn ami t bride of fifty years are two of . Cii eenbrier's most honored citizens j end in their own neighborhood are. loved and respected for their many sterling traits. The presents were' numerous and valuable many of them being in gold. j We wish this couple many mere happy wedding anniversaries. j A J. VON MFTHOD1ST CHAKCiK | Bcv. IS. O. Odcll, of ( -I i rtoii Forgo. J Virginia will till our appointments Sunday, Sept. 17th. Preaching at Ni'ola at 1 1 a. in.; Columbia Sulphur I - p. in.; Kmbury 4 p. ,111.; Little j Creek N p. 111. Mr. Kussell Corrow I will preach at Hull, Sunday Sept. ? 1 7th. at ,'t p. 111. L S. SH1I5KS, I*. C. j The Summers County Fair opens j on the 2t?th of September anil con- j tinucs live clays. They state that they are featuring the educational and agricultural work and h'ope to be of real benefit to their section of the State. Their advertisement will be in this paper next week. WILLIAMSBURG fTEMS. J. Warwick McClung and family I left Thursday on an extended motor trip to Missouri by way of Virginia, | Pennsylvania, and Ohio, and will i stop in Indiana to visit his uncle, j Kandolph Maker, Irom there they will go to visit other points in the I West. .Misses Frankic and Christine Me- ' Clung leii last week for Florida, 1 wehre Miss Frankic lias a position j a steadier and Christine will attend j college. I Miss Miriam Craybeal has gone to j Williamson where .she is employed as teacher. Messrs. l^niory and Campbell Hume and Tlico McMillion, will leave this week for the State Uni versity at Morgantown. Campbell Hunie will pursue the Medical course. Miss Cornelia Marshall has left j for Morgantown where she will at tend school. Miss Mildred Knighl and Krina Brunsiord left Monday for Marshall College. Hev. Wicks, assisted by Dr. Flow of Alderson, are holding a series of meetings at Lacy Presbyterian Church here. I Mr. ad Mrs. 1. C. Hume and sons Emory and Woodrow have just re- , turned from a ten-day motor trip through the northern part of the State visiting relatives at (Irafton and Wheeling, also, attending the State Fair held the same week. Mr. ad Mrs. Clyde O'Dell of North Bend have been visiting relatives here. LILLY LAND COMPANY'S SALES MEN WORKING OVOR TIME. In the last few ,months we have 'heard a number of people whining around and talking about business being dull. Now if business is dull i we don't know anything about it ' and we have a large number of ' traveling salesmen and practically every one of t'hejn arc working over i time, trying to take care of our large number of prospective purchasers lor lots and truck farms. Now if you are interested in a small truck fawn in the Ohio Valley between Huntington and Ironton, i Ohio, on the easy payment plan,, call at our Huntington Ollice located in the Mercantile Land Building,, (>05 V2 Ninth Street, Huntington, W. Va., just in front of the Huntington | Hotel, and the manager, Mr. (i. S. ('?add, will show you these truck farms . If you want a choice lot on the easy payment plan in the City of Huntington on the Country Club Addition, adjoining Camden Park, call at our Huntington Ollice. If you want a lot or truck farm 011 the easy payment plan, in and around Princeton. Mercer county. West Virginia, call at our Princeton Ollice. Princeton h;is the general shops of Hie Virginian Railroad, numerous other enterprises, good schools and churches. It will pay you to see Princeton. if you want ;i lot or truck farm 011 the easy payment phi 11, in and around the City of Reckley, Raleigh County, West Virginia, call ;it our Reckley Ollice. Reckley is absolute ly surrounded by coal mines and various other enterprises. Has good schools iind churches. It will pay you to make a trip to Reckley. It you want a choice lot 011 Un easy payment plan at Oak Hill. Fayette county. West Virginia, call at our Oak IJill Ollice. Oak Ilill i* practically in the heart of t lie great soft coaiiidd and has a wonderful opportunity for future growth. 11 you want a choice lot 011 the easy payment plan, at Lewisburg. W. Va., call at our Lewisburg Ol lice. Lewisburg is one of the best school towns in the state and is 'practically >11 the heart of the Rlue Grass Region. If you want a lot or truck farm on the easy payment plan, at Montcalm Mercer County, West Virginia, call at our Montcalm Ollice. Montcalm is located practically in the heart of the great soft coal field. If you want a choice lot 011 the easy payment plan at laeger, W. Va.. call 011 our laeger Ollice. Iaegcr is located on the main line of the N.j & W. Railroad and is a junction ol the Dry Fork Branch and is sur rounded by coal mines and build- i ing ground at laeger is very scarce. It would pay you to investigate. We would like for you to look at our property at once, but if you can't go now, be sure and write us at Princeton, W. Va., staling the! city you are interested in, and we 1 will have one of our agents sec you, at once; in other words, if you are i nt crested In real estate, call 011 us for that is our business. LILLY LAND COMPANY. j Home Ollice, Princeton. W. Va. ( Nonet-: to liKc.xs ! i ; a i ; s The registrars who n ^isiered the voters in thr primary election art' undir tin' law required to sit or. October tlif 23rd and 21th to cons plete tin- registration of voters in their respective precincts. 'llu' County Clerk requests all registrars to let him know if they want the registration hooks mailed them. The same registrars will aet as made the registration for the primary. LEWISBUBC. PUBLIC SCHOOLS. | The I^ewisburg Public Schools opened Monday, September 11th with a good attendance. In the Grades there are 170 and in the High School, 50. The teachers are well organized and arc starting on their year's work with encouraging prospects. The fourth year High j School work is being given this j year and, as a consequence, several ' new studies have been added in the 1 1 i>r 1 1 School curriculum. So the <>f licials and teachers ask the co-op- : eration of all parents in making | this a banner year. The following] teachers are in charge: W. K. Scott ?Principal ; Mathe- j matics. Science. i Mary Hale Arbuckie -English. Latin. History. Mary Martin (Part lime) ? English. Margaret Nelson ?Drawing. Nellie Brewster ? Eighth tirade. Louise Lipps ? Seventh tirade. j Agnes Bowling ? Sixth tirade. i Cosby Brewster ? Fifth tirade. Laura Crickenberger ? 3rd and 4th tirades. Hazel McCIung ? 2nd and 3rd year. Linda Kirkpatrick ? 1st and 2nd tirade. DEATHS. .lames A. Lowe, of Scarbro, Fay ette county, <lie<l at that place on Thursday, September the 7, 15122, and was buried on Saturday, the i 0th. Mr. Lowe lived in Lewisburg for a number of years where lie was engaged in conducting a jewelry store, lie was over 00 years of age and had been sull'ering from dia betes for some time. Blood poison from triming a corn hastened his death, lie has a number of rela tives in this county, I)r. Wjn. Lowe of Benick, being his brother. He married Miss Lucy Nelson, daughter of the late I)r. Jas. Nelson and a sister of I)r. W^n. Nelson He has four daughters and two sons sur viving ? Airs. Hall, of Durbin; Mrs. Lamb of Scarbro, Mrs. McGraw, also of Fayette and Mrs. Ashbrook, of Cincinnati; Lewis and Win. Lowe, ] of New York. Th'e many friends of Mr. Lowe in this county will re gret to learn of his death. He was an excellent man. THE GREENBRIER COUNTY WOMAN'S ASSOCIATION. (Advertisement) The most recent contributor in i espouse to Community House Fold ers, is Mrs H. H. Williams, of Eaton, Pa. Other contributors are, Miss Car ? rie Hager and Mrs. Hawl, of Ronce | verte. PERSONAL MENTION. Marvin Houck, who has been leonlincd to the home of his parents | Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Houck, with fever I is improving. Miss Louise Donnally has entered school at Marshall College, llunting j ton, \V. Va. Mussel Dotson and wife returned l to Morgantown after several days ! visit wiWi relatives in Lewishurg. i T. N. Head, of the llinton Bar, is j in Lewis-burg this week attending Court. ! J. R. Maxwell and Robert Syden | stricker 'ii'ave gone to Davidson, N. j C., where they will enter Davidson 1 (College. Miss Mary Eagle, of Ronceverte, jleft last Wednesday to enter Mary ; Baldwin Seminary. ! Jesse Lipps, of Roanoke, Va., 'spent a few days here with his mother, Mrs. David 1. Lipps, last week. Judge Win. II. Hardin, of the Criminal Court together with his wife and nephew, Darle Hardin, of 1 (iallipoliv, Ohio, came over from 1 Reckley last week and spent a few days in (ircenbrier stopping at Lewishurg Hotel and circulating among friends. John A. CoN'man, who lives in Fort Spring District left this week for Cass. Pocahontas county, where j he will spend the winter with his daughter, Mrs. Nickell. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Crawford, of Clendennin, and children, were the iicccnt guests of Mr ml Mrs. P. E L j Wood, here. Mrs. Jno. C. Dotson and two i daughters, Martha and Mary Wilson, ; left last week for Clarksburg to spend a month with her .mother, Mrs. J. R. Kester. Miss Maggie Harrison, who has been spending some time this sum mer in Lewishurg with her sister, hits returned to Baltimore. Miss MarMia Rader has gone to | Mont Treat. North Carolina to leach I in the summer school for a few weeks. Miss Margaret Price, of Marlinton ! who is teaching in the Roneevcrtc j High Sch'ool, has been spending some time with her cousins, Mrs. Ceo. Fuller and Miss Polly S\den .stricker. T. A Sydenslricker and wife ac companied by Andrew Price and ; wife, of Marlinton. have returned I Iron) a week's visit to Virginia j ! Peach and other points it; \ irginia. Miss Kdilh Hughar* and nephew, \ erm-n kincaid. returned last week t<? tiicir homes at Kising Sun. Mary lard. att?*r a pleasant visit with ? relatives am! friends in this county. Mrs. Mary C Howard. of Cliarlcs ton. who has been the guest for a month of tier sister, Miss Ann It. | Austin, left on Saturday for Michi gan to visit her daughter, Mrs. I)ol hee. Miss Mahel Fuller, who had been visiting in Lewisburg .lor the past two weeks has returned to her home, in Charleston. Mrs. Geo. Fuller and son, George, Jr., accom panicd her. 1 Mrs. Jaek Wood and children, of Chicago, who have been the guests of Mrs. Wood's parents, Mr. and Mrs Hickman Jarrett, of Blue Sulphur, left for home on Thursday, of last week. She was accompanied as far as Charleston. W. VaM by Mrs. I) It Nickell, who visited friends for a few days. H. II. Bivens. who went to .Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, last week for a minor operation and treatment for a trouble on his jaw. returned Wednesday to his home near Crawley. He was much bene fited by t lie trip, we are glad to re port. Attorney C. M. Ward, wife and three children, accompanied by Miss Sadie Smith, his stenographer, and Win to n Hi lie and Carl C. Sand ers, came over from Beck ley last Friday on a combined business and pleasure trip. They motored over a considerable portion of Green brier, taking in White Sulphur Springs and other points of interest Mr. Bifl'e being a considerable his torian and philosopher thinks he discovered why Lewisburg is lo cated where it is and that is the large spring 011 the Court House , block in which he took great delight J. C. Hutsinpiller and niece, Miss [ Garnet! Hutsinpiller, of Gallipolis, tOhio, have spent a week visiting the home of Mrs. Joseph Hunger, west of Lewisburg, ami other rela tives in the county. Mr. Hutsonpil-i ler visited the some home the last j ti,me fifty years ago, just after lie was married. He reports many, | many changes in the lapse of fifty j years since his last visit to the I country. I Ajinong the 97 graduates receiv ing degrees at the annual summer commencement at the George Pea body College for teachers, at Nash ville, Tenn., is Miss Polly Lewis Coffrnan, daughter of Harvey L. CofTman, of near Lewisburg .Miss CofT^nan graduated in the Depart met of Science, taking her degree of B. S. She is a former student of the Lewisburg Seminary and has taught for a number of years in the Bcckley High School and is teach- j ing this year in the public schools I at White Haven, Tenn. We con- 1 gratulate Miss Polly on her work j and wish her great success in her , chosen profession of teaching ? than which1 there is none higher. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Whiting I have issued invitations to the cele bration of their golden wedding! anniversary, at their home "Sun- 1 set Cottage," on the Honceverte- j Lewisburg Boad. (tomorrow) Sat urday Sept. Hi, 1!)22, fro,m three un til ten o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Whit ing were married Sept 17. 1S72. ' Many friends will he with them to] felicitate the.ni on this remarkable occasion. | Mrs. I). E. Mottcshcad and daugh ter, of Hinton, were recent guests of Mr and Mrs. George Sinar, at Honceverte. Mrs. J. Buford Hendricks, i* the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mason Mathews. Mr A. Abas was a recent visitor to New York, where he looked over the markets and bought goods for the Abas Store at Bonceverte. lie i will be glad to show \ou through | his up-to-date store. Dir. Pearl Swearingen, recently returned to Lewisburg foni Daven port, Iowa, where she took a special course at the Pawner School of Chi-1 roproctic. Mrss. A. V. Twohig and daughter, j Katherine and Cecelia, of Hunting ton spent the week-end with her ' sister. Mrs. P. S. Sullivan. Oil' for School this week: John A. Sullivan, to Dunsmore Business ; College, Staunton, Ya.; Homer A. jili'il f.?r W. \ L. I niversity ; llarrs j.l. Tin Lit, for Ilixxsip?XfH-Si?liii*> ; j Linden Dotson In Hoston I'ni versity jlrank 1 1 ?i i~t to W. V;?. I'niversity .1. \V. McClung. of Williamsburg, lift yesterday for an auto trip thru t!ie middle west to .Missouri. Ho was rccompanicd by his son, Fred, anil family. Mi ssi's Frankic and Christine McClung loft last Monday for Florida. Frankie to teach' anil Christine to attend school. Dr. James McClung, of Richwood, is a business visitor to (ireenbrier this week. I)r. McClung has not forgotten his old home county and is enthusiastically interested in its development ami the construction of its roads. Mrs. L. S. Davidson, left?Wedi^js day for Baltimore to matriculate her daughter. Miss Virginia, in a school there. Her son, Lewis Dav idson. is also attending a Dental College in the same city. Mrs. Dav idson will reside in Haltuuore (lur ing the school year. ! W. F. Deegans, of Huntington. J. Wade Hell, of Quinwood. H. II. Hlaekhurn. of Hcllhurn. W. (i. ('rich Ion, of Crcighton: M. .1. Hains. of Leslie, and Messrs. Deil, of Leslie, llood ami Simpson, of Richmond, Va., were recent visitors to Lewis burg attending a meeting of the Stockholders of the (ireenbrier and Eastern Railroad Co. These gentle men are all interested in the de velopment of the (ireenbrier coal field. The people of Lewisburg were glad to greet on the streets this week J. W. Legg. of near Frankford. who is now past ?S0 years of age. Mr Legg was for years Assessor in the upper district of Greenbrier county and is an old soldier, having lost an arm in the cause of the South. His many friends are glad to know that he is yet able to be around. Hen Schotoker with his daughter. Miss Ilcllen, motored to Chicago last I week to attend t'h'e Raker's Co n veil - ' tion Miss Hellen is visiting her aunt there. They will, also, visit in Milwaukee, before returning. The following children were op erated on at The Red Cross Health Center at The Community House last week: Alice McClung, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam McClung. of Falling Spring District. Forest Rur dctte, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. R Burdette, of Renick. Walter Os borne Slussor. son of Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Slusser, Lewisburg, and Roy Taylor, who .makes his home with Mr and Mrs Henry Jenkins Lewis burg. Cornelia Banks, Marie Martin and Margaret MacTaggart will attend the I.ewisburg Seminary. ? Italeifih Iieg. Mrs. M. .1. Masters, of Miania, Florida, is visiting her stepdaughter Mrs. L M Peck, and and stepson, A. |C. Masters in I.ewisburg. She will leave next week to visit friends and relatives in Fayette and Raleigh counties and then go to Richmond to visit her sister. Mrs. R. L. Rlumc, before returning to Florida. R. S. Dotson and wife ha\e re turned to their hofne in Morgantown after a pleasant visit with relatives here. l>r. \Y. R. Rlack. of Charleston, is a business visitor in Lewisburg and other parts of (ireenbrier this week. I Dr. Rlack is (Chairman of the Com mittee to work out the historical | features of Midland Trail and is greatly interested in making the } sum undingv of this National 1 1 > i?Ii - I way of travel attractive to the gen eral public. It must be remembered i that tins road when completed will j extend from the Atlantic to the Pa | c i lie and it will he a road of travel for people all ever the nation and ,thc committee <>f which Dr .Rlack l is Chair, man. should command the co-oporation of every eiti/.en of (ireenbrier county in making the i ladscape along this road through i the county, as attractive as possible, , There is no better way to advertise the county and the enterprise of its citizens than in doing this very 111 i ng. | Mr. F. II. Anschut/. is a member of the committee representing this I county and Dr. .lanes McClung of j Nicholas, fur that county. As this j committee works out its plans, it ! should have the Ih-sI of support in ! the execution of them. Attention, Patrons of Lewisburg Seminary. It is very desirable that all students should be classified in advance of the opening of school so that the regular work may begin promptly. Miss LOCKETT will be in Carnegie Hall every morn/ ng beginning Thursday, the 14th, from 9.30 to 12.00, or the classification of students, and every day student s urged to see her promptly. Miss ARBUCKLE will see Academy and Primary stu dents at the same time and place. President.