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Our Ninth Annual Holiday Sale
GREATEST EYER ATTB-ViPTED.
PINE riANOS AND ORGANS
Large Stock of Talking Machines and Smali Musical Instruments
2 Glossd at Holiday Frices and on Easy Terms.
FIr_e Pianos and Organs.
Direct from .our large factories.
Ar-tic'paiing a larpe *_sh of purchasers
that 'his prosperous year would bring to
our "Store and knowing there would be a
scarci* y cf siock at this season of the year,
this iarge stock of pianos-and organs was
sectired in advance, and u-c now present
to ti:- Richmond public the isrgesi and
fir.t st stock: oi pianos and organs ever ex
hib;;<.d in this city
GresS Values in
Having brought in all rented pianos, we
wiii offer' them at prices that will bnr.g
quick purchasers. These pianos are in
perfect order 2nd show very little use.
We shall sell the
5450.00 piano at 5349.00.
S400.00 piano at $279.00.
$300.00 piano at $ i 93.00.
Every piano in this lot is fully warranted
and the prices inciude a free stool and scaif.
We n_*?rcfactuie h : rciebrated Chicago
Co;!:-.-.c Or?-:r,s fo- bo h church ard parior
use. F01 a quarter of a century this organ
has stood at the top of the hst. Nothing
better made. Frices rangtng from 550 up;
so-:i on month lv terms irom 53 to 55.
The GJaase and Baker.
Will fill your home with melody. It is
the most perfect piano - player. The
lightest running and less complicated.
Cail and hear this wonderful machine.
Free concerts daiiy.
Commencing this week, we will undertake one of
the greatest Piano and Organ Sales ever attempted in this
city. It has been our custom for the past eight years to
make special reductions on our line of instruments during
the holidays, but never before have we offered such values
as we are prepared to offer at this time.
Do not miss this great opportunity, but call at once.
make a selection, and your purchase will be delivered at
Christmas Eve or at any time you desire.
Something entirely new in case,
artistic design and finish, from
$10.00 to $50.00.
The wonderful ZoJiophona and
Edison Phonograpiis are the ac
knowledged leaders of talking ma
chines. Buy no other until you see
and hear them.
If you have long been considering the
purchase of a musical instrument we want
to say to you right now it will pay you
to come early and make your selection
and avoid the Christmas rush. Remem?
ber, you can make your selection now and
your purchase wih be set aside and de?
livered at any time you desire.
and WELLIKSTON PIANOS
Each and every rne of these ceel-rated makes have
stood the te-ir of experts and time and Imingtfce
strong end rsement cf R:.t rn nd's leading artists
shuui- make it easy for i..te..ding purciiasers to
make their selections here.
There is nothing more ar-r r- Ph. te in a home at
Christmas th n a heautitu muvca instrument. Our
price and terms place th-in in easy rea.h ot ali.
At Actual Gost.
Needing the space to increase our Taik
ing Machine Dept., we wiii seil at and
below cost our large stock cf fine Guitars.
Mandolins, Violins, Banjos and Zithers.
This is a chance to secure an inexpen
sive but very appropriats Xmas present.
Sheef Music Dept.
All the latest popular Sheet Music, In?
struction Books, Music Folios, Music
Rolls will be so'.d at holiday prices.
We are always giad to welcome you
and want you to call and see this stock.
J. G. Corley.
She is Inmate of 0;d Ladies'
Home at Ithsca.
WAS ONCE QUITE WEALTHY
Eon. in Virginia, Was Married to a
Washington Lswyer, ls New Penni
?Ivsi -She Tells lhe Story
ot" Her Life.
(Special Dispatch to Tho Times.)
PlTT.SV.tU_;, PA.. Xov. 21'.?In :i little
I'.n-k room '<t the Old Ladies' Homo ai
Hhnca. X. Y.. lives the must. interesting
woman of that unlversity town. She ls
Mrs. Virginia Kehi y Bcasliey, gra-nddaagh
t<-r of Patrick Henry: once a famovis
Southern beauty and belle ot society. now
aged. pcimilcss and friendless, Mts. Bcas
ley is passing her last day?>
l-'i.dove.l wlth unusual vigorof body nnd
ruinri, at ihe aK?' of eighty-seven sho main
talns .overy faculty to a remarkahle <le
Kiee, but tliat of hoaring. Her deafnoss.
however, is but slight. Her speech and
manner nbonnd in all tho grace distihe
?tivr of tire Southerner. Society stlU ls her
solacc. nnd many n monii'er of Ithaca's j
most exclusive society, Cornell profos-j
BOi'S*- wiv.-s. and wives of doctors. law- !
>fi". and ministers are irequetvt visitors at !
?he littic back basemem room of the j
"Home." To each Mrs. Beasley extends'j
the hcartiness of a Southern welcome.
Her only urioi is that she cannot entcr
?taii; as ot' yore.
Kt>oa ftjiteriug her little room the vls- j
Jtot notes at a glance Its spotless r.cat- ,
jsces an i methodieal order. lSvorywhers. !
Jrom the window _sillt- iaden with potf-ed I
}_ilants wif-.i _,?<'?>?>" colored flowers re-]
hevo th.- otherwisc somber aspect to the
putuit.H on the v.-al-s. there is a.n air of
culture and refmem -t;<.
ilvxtehding her hatid :?:? tli" visitor in rich "?
Southern acccnts sk<? exclaimed with a
"i"ni cightglad to sr-o you. lv.it you
raut-t e:? iw my looks. 1 didn't expect
callf^ ??'- early.-'
Tlie fa ?<? of the speaker. although wrin
uied v.-jfn ako. betrayed marks-of. former
Sbeauty. lb i marmor was still vivacious.
TKLi.s of in-:r. i.ii-'ii.
SJpon being asked to give a sketch of her
Uff. she rejilied with a thrill of family
"You Know I'm the graJidda-Ughtcr of
1'?.?'. ri k Henry. 1 was born in 3M5 nt -Red
Hav.k. Vi. My father was a son of
[Patrick ...-I,. ?>>_? by his second wife. Hc
owned a greal plantation ou which there
y.v.-i 1 <*?":?? negroes. My early days were
tlie h-i;-ri'st of my lue. My father was
a mn'ii or.Infiuence and I a\v much ol
So; th'-::' society. which is. 1 think, -- the
only genuini sn i. ty in Am. rica.
?'l.aig-.y to please m> father who <le
Rlred me to mak< ;; hrllliant marriaga, 1
ii-.:,ri-i...'. Mv. Beasley. .-_ lawyer in V, ash
ji.gton, i'- C <!!.-:?>? a rloud darJcened her
Mv r.'.-Mt i'.'l life waa not wholly hap?
py. allho'.igh my husband wns bright and
wc: thy and we moved ln tin- best Wa.-h
i .?;..! society. Y.-t money isn't every-.
\t my hitHliWJd's fl'eath. his estate w.is
gntitly involved. Mcantimc tho v.ar had
? 1 or a few > ?.11 s i struggled on; hcart
I-..."h.-i:. childhiss. To-day of a large fam?
ilv l am th<- last."
??;itiv<- ?..?-,. 'n:> i.lntives"'" Mrs. Beasley
??->_?!v two nleces. one ln Troy. Pa., and
c-xss iii Citicago."'
? ,,??.. |on?; ha<re you been here?"
? ; , :.. fourteen years ago. I trio.i
\f) ....,-?: :.o ?:!?-? Ion t" the Louise Home
in Washington. but failed. Thon I came
.- ;..- n much of li(o_" For an
r t.'ie^ gleumej as joyous mc
lhe Sauthlaud passed through
?"lt;.! it's all past r.ow. At
??nii-'l li:i'ii to come to this. hut
I've tn.-i :?? reconclle myself to ii."
STi.;*; 1 KS <) K (; R A NID l-'ATI 1 Elt.
" <') ?? ifhe \on ii?-vi- saw your gratld
faiii<-v ? urick Ib-nryV
"Xv. me di'-d bc-foi*t 1 wa* born. but
1 JL_.I \
:*:landing at the Entra
I've often heard my father relate stories
?I. i expressive features now glowed
with conscious piude.
'The inmates here don't think much
of my grandfathcr. Tney say ho was
only aii Irislnnan. I reckon, thotiRh. he
was as good as tho average Irishman."
As the- visitor started to leave, tiie old
lauy ealied him back.
"Yoti forgot to :-h ike hands. XX'e
Southerners never i>art without shalc
i:i_r hands ar.d bidding God-speed until
v.. 1.1.-. t again.*'
Nearly every fine day. Ithacans see in
their streets the figure of a large, erect.
woman clad in a polka-dot calico dress,
her shoulders proi-eci-d by a liglu-gray
shawl, and weariug: a wide-brinimed b.ack
straw hat untrimmed, save for a lilack
rlbhon, by y.-hich it ls liod tinder her
chih. All i-eeognize her as tlie grand
>!?*. :?,;? r.f Patrick Henry. and .-he is
glyen the frcedorb of the town. With a
truly fcmir.lne instinct she enjoys "shop
ping." True she has no money to
sjx ii.l. but ail the merchants know her,
speak kindly to her. and lrad her down
with present?. Photographei-s, dentlsts
,-uil doctors offer her their services with?
ont money and without price.
As recealed in her convcrsation. the
old lady's fiomihant characterlstic is
faniily pridc. Although pennlless and
fii-iidleis she reallzes that her velns
ar- ril'ed with the blues-t blood of proud
old Virginia. This khawlodge goes far
to atone for the accidents yf fatc. She
rice lo ihe " Home.'
hold? herself aloof from the other in
mates of th<-> Home and even regards
them with suspicion.
Next to rccount;ng memorles of -the
past, Mr--". Beasley delights ..in eating.
Sh--> is still an epicure. The finest ot
viands and the choicest of wines are
her deiight- Ol the latter she is more
than an ordinary conr.oisseur. Never
is she so happy r.s when surrounded -fry
a merry so<"ta! group, she Jits down to
a truiy regal feast. Many prominent fam
ilics ../ uhaea realize this. and she is
afforded many invltatidns out to dinner.
ln fact. she rarejy cats three dinners a
v."eek at tho Home.
The late Professor Moses Coit Tyler
was a great favorite wlth Mrs. Beasley.
la his "Llfe'of Patrick Henry" Profes?
sor Tyler was aided matciiaily hy her.
Like her distiriguished ancestor.- .Mrs.
Beasley possesses, besides intellectuat
acuraen. a full. ready wlt. Some time
sincr. tiie Episcopal c'orgymaa called
on her. As Le was leaving f-he asked.
"Why, Doctor, you wiil offer prayer
before you gov" Now. tt chaneed Uiat
the rector had forgotten his prnyer
b.ook. ln confusion he excused himself.
stating the ronson. Weeks later. Mrs.
Beasley met him in the street.
"Doctor, come up ar.d see me soon."
she said. Then, wlth a nv.scHevotis
twinkie in her eye: ""i'll not ruk you
Miss Bessie Hunter, of Mnysvi-le. Ky..
; will be wlth Mrs. lt. T. Hunter at Xo.
215 ICast rntnklin Street for Thanksglv
COIIMUBHER SPEHCE j
Appoints Staff for ths Ensuing
RYLAND ADJUTANT AND CHIEF
The T/eeting Held at Wytheville Last':
r/onlh Was tha La^eit in lhe
History of ihe United Sons
of Confederate Veterans.
Division Commander E. "Leslie Spent--?. j
.lr., who wns elected for the third time j
as Commander of the Camps of S< ns :
of Confederate Veterans of this* State. !
has just issued the foilowing general
order appointiiig his staff for the en- j
stiing year: ......
Generai Order.No. 15.
1. By virtue of my election as Divl-.!
sion Commander at the reunion of the
Virginia Division l'nited Sons of Con- j
federate Veterans. at Wytheville. Va.,
October 22. ?_:> and 24, 1-02, I hereby as- |
aume command of the camps compesing
2. Commanders of camps will report to I
me at once tlie number of members n \
good standing, with the names oi" their j
3. The Division Commander announces
the appointrrier.i of the foilowing com
rades as members of his off cial slaff. |
They will be respected and obeyed accord
ingly: L. XV: Ryland. Division Adjutant.-i
and" Chief of Staff. Richmond. Va.; Ed
\vin II. .Courtney. D.vision Quai tormas
ter. Richmond. Va.: R. W. Peatross.
Division 1ns:. cet >r. Norfolk, Va.; Dr.
Clarerice T. Lewis. Division Surgeon.
Staunton. Va.': \V:lli.ini II. Hurkamp.
Division Commis-aryi Fredericksburg,
Va.: Rev. Dr. H. XV. Battle. Division
Chaplain. Petersburg, Va.': Robert XV.
Bla r. Division Judge Advocate. Wythe?
ville. Va.: J. M. Keily. Assistant Divi?
sion Adjutant.. : Wythevilie, Va.: Fleming
G. Bailey. Assistant D.vision inspector,
Fredericksburg. Va.; Frank L. Crocker.
Assistant Division Inspector. Ports
mou'li, Va.; Samuel L. Kelley. Assistant
Division inspector. R'chmond. Va.; A,
M. Orgain, Jr.. Assistant Division In?
spector. Dinwiddie, Va.: E. B. Glover,
Ass stant Division Inspector. Be'ryville,
Va.: Joseph Berry. Assistant Division
Inspector. Vienna. Va.; Alfred C. "Moore,
Assistant Division Inspector. Wythe v lie.
Va.: J. Baldwin Ranspn. Assistant Divi?
sion Inspector.' Staunton, Va.
4. The staff off cers can do much to
build up our Confederatidn if eaeh one
of them wlll take an active interest in
establishing-new camps in their rrspec
tive locaiities. They are also expected
to keep up the cainps already establish
ed. and see.that they keep up with their
per capita ta_ and are active in secur
iiig new members.
5. For all information pertaining to th?
formation of nov.- camps address those
By order of
E. LESLIE SPEXCE. JR..
Official. Division Commander.
L. XV. Ryland, Division Adjutant and
Ci. ef of Slaff.
The meeting of the Sons held last
month at Wytheville was the largest
and best meeting ever held by them
The Vrginia Division. United Sons of
Confederate Veterans, has grown sincp
Commander Spence was tirst eleced
from thirteen camps to this time, when
there are now twenty camps on the roils.
v.-ith ten camps already formed or being
organized, who will in a few weeks app.y
for their charters. Owing to the in?
crease of the number of camps of So-s.
the delegates at the Wytheville meeting
determinec] t0 divide the division into
two br gades, as the followhig order of
the Division Commander will explain:
General Order 14.
1, The Division Commander announces
that at lhe seventh annual reun'en.
held at Wythev Te. Va.. October :_*. 21
and 24. 1902. it was decided unanimou-Iy
by the delegates present to divide the'
division Inro two brgades.
'.. The Flrst Brigade to con'ain ail
camps in the First. Second, Feurrh,
rtthand S.'xth Congrescioua! Di'-trkt..
and the Second Brigade to contain all
camps in the Third. Seventh, Eig?-th.
Xinth and Tenth Congressional Dis
3. Comrade XV. XV. Sale. of P'ck- tt
Buchanan Carnp. Xo. 9. of Xorfolk. Va..
was ? elected commander oi the Flrst
Brigade. He wiil assume command of
the following camps at once and will ap
point his staff:
?i. Camps R. S. rhr-w. Xo.. 2. Fred
ericks-burg, Va.; Hampton. Xo. II. Hamp?
ton. Va.; Pickett-Buchanan. Xo. o. Xor?
folk. Va.; J. E. B. Stuart. Xo. 326. Xew?
port Xews, Va.: Stonewall. Xo. 3S0.
Portsmouth, Va.: J. E. li. Stuart, Xo. 395,
Surry. Va.: P ckett-Stuart. Xo. 13. Not
toway. Va.; A. P. Hill. Xo 167. Peters?
burg. Va.; Stttart-Epes. Xo 215. Din
v. id-Iie. Va.: C. I. Irving. Xo. ."04. Ame ia.
Va.. and Lunenburg. No. 331, Lur.enlv.trg.
Va.. belonglng to the First Cr'gade.
Commandants of these camps w 11 please
report their officers and number of mem
hers to Comrade Sale, comman-ler First
Brigade. at once.
T-. Comrade. E. L-^e Trinkle, of Charlie
Crockett Camp. Xo. 3?S. of Wyhevile,
Va., was elected commander of tie Se?
cond Brigade: Tie will assume command
oi' the foi ow'ng camps at once and will
appoint his. staff:
f>. Camps R. E. Lee, No. 1. Richmond,
Va.: J. R. Cooke. Xo. 11, West Point.
Va_; J. E. B. Stuart. No. S. Berryville,
Va.: Tiimer-Ashby; No. i". Harrison?
burg, Va.: Sta'o-Sovoreignty. No. 6.
Lou'sa'. Va.: Loudoun, No. 21. Lesburg.
Va.; Charlie Crockett. No. 3-SS, Wythe?
ville. Va.; Stonewalt Jackson. No. 161,
Staunton, Va.. and F. A. Diingerfield.
No. 170, Hot Spr:n.-s. Va.; belonging to
the Second Brigade. Commandants of
these camps wiil please report their of?
ficers and number of members to Com?
rade E. Lee Trinkle. commander Second
Br'gkde. at once.
Ly order oi"
E. LESLIE SPENCE. JR..
Official. Diyis'on Commander.
L. W. Ryland, Division Adjutant nnd
Chief. <*( Staff.
THE KING CAS^
Will Bo Calbd Monday m the Hustings
The case of ex-AIderman John King. on
t.he charge of bribery; will be called in
tho Hustings Court on Monday.
This case fias been postponed on ac?
count Hi the illness of Colonel Cutshaw,
an important "witness for the defence. It
is quite probable that the case will be
again continued. owing to the inabillty
ot' Colonel Cutshaw to be present.
Colonel C.utshaw's condition is pro
nounced as improving, but ho is still
unable to lu* at liis office. Common
wealth's Attorne.v Rieharcison is ready
and anxious to go into the trial ot" the
case aud g;t it off the docket. Whatever
delay has been experienced is not due
to inactivity on the part of tho Common?
wealth, but from uuavoidable circum?
A charter was granted tho "Virginia
North Carolina Grocery "Company"' by
Judge Minor in the Ltw and Equity'Court
yesterday for the purpose of conductinS tho
grocery business in all its branches. T.he
crimtal stock is from $20,000 to ?73,C0Q, with.
officers as foliows: President. Charles E.
Lefow: Viee-E'resident and General J.I.u;
ag< r, R. E, Priddy; Secretary anu Treas
urar. Leop. Ruskell: Directors? The above
and J- if- Thompson. John T. Andersor
and A". Donati.
NEW WATER SUPPLY
Bristoi Buys Two Farms to Secur
Large IVcurdain Springs.
'Special Dispatch to The Times.)
BRISTOL. VA.. Nov. 22.?In order U
secure an adequate water supply fo:
this city. the city authorites have j'.ts
contracted to- expend about S25.C0O t>
.bring water from the mountain spring:
three miles north of'here. The Moon
and Mumpov.er farms, on which thi
scrings are located. have been pur
ehasid by the city at a cost of 17.000
Thi- water from the several springs wil
be forcusad through catch basins ir.ti
one large central reservoir that will ho_<
nmple water for use in case of fire
The city's water ma-ns extend almos
to the springs. so that the principal cost
in ndditon to the purchase of the springs
will be that of constructing b.asins and a
reservoir. and the work of cuttii c
trenches to drain the surface water
from the hillsides away from the ppo'.s.
The new system will bo put partially in
operation by January lst, 1803.
Fire at G jrdonsville.
iSr?"*l^l nisnateU t- Tbe Ttirws.i
GORDONSVILLE. VA.. Nov. 22.?A
small tire on X^rlday evening did some
damage to the residence of Mrs. Ann
Mayhugh." It was promptly extinguisluid
In The Sunday Tlmes Want Coiumns
PROVER__f CONTEST _
Another Contest To-Day. Seven
Pages 8 and 9.
Prizes. See Want
"Waste not. want n^t." was the pro?
verb publi.-hed in last Sunday's Times
want column proverb contest. and the
seven prizes were warded as follows:
First prize. $2 Order?Miss Roberta
V.-"ashington, Wlnford. Caroline county,
Second prize. fl Order?XV. O. New
some, Petersburg, Va.
Third prize, 50 cent Order?Miss An
tionette Dowles, Clifton Forge. Va.
Fourth prize, 50 cent Order?Miss Julia
Graves, No. 712 East Leigh Street. city.
Fifth piize, 50 cent Order?Mrs. XV. F.
Sixth prize. 50 cent Order?Miss Pearle
E. Vaughan, Pace's, Va.
Seventh prize. 50 cent Order?Mrs. M.
XV. Glass. No. 711 East Leigh Street,
Correct answers were a'.so recetved
from the foilowing named contestants.
Richmond? Eugene XV. Dietrich, Mrs.
C. XV. Westbury. Mrs. S. E. Emerson.
Mary E. Beirne, Mrs. M. G. Terrell. M.
G. Terrell. Mrs. V. A. Christian. Mrs. D.
Dunn, Juliet Anderson. Mrs. M. E. Tay?
lor, Mrs. Stewart NeaveT X. A. Irvine.
T. L. Smith. XV. R. South ward. Elma
Builock, A. W. Barron. Por.-ell Arnall,
Mrs. C. L. Todd. Elvie P. Harris. Mrs.
Walter Payne, Miss Sadie Kesler. Mrs.
W. S. Morton, XV. S. Morton. Mrs. Bin
ford. Miss Katherine Eiuford. Miss
Jennle Gibbs. Miss N. L. Bird
song. Georgia. Taylor, Mrs. H. R.
Dy:-on. David?'? Grant. La Forester Todd.
Agnes P. Doyle. Miss L. D. Gi'Iiam.
Mrs. Florence Wells. R. M. Anderson.
Miss De ITavens, Vernon A. Wills. An?
nie M. Dolan. B. XV. Wilson. B. \V. Wil?
son. Jr.. Mrs. May Anderson. XV. L. Bar
nette. Mrs. Amelia Morgan. Xannie Hall,
Mrs. J. W. Turner. Miss Mary XV. Tur?
ner. Miss Ethri Smith. MTss Florence
Lueh. J. XV. McCarty. Louise Hall. A.
D. Leech. Charles I-iurens, A. Mc. Wil?
liams. 'Mrs. M. V. Graves. Master Rus?
sell Barnette. Mayme Taylor. A. M. Mc
Alister. Valentine Brown. Jr.. D. R.
Jf.hnston. Lucy Sharp. J.->hn Sharp. E.
V. Bloomberg. R. H. Gi'liam. Hujrh K.
Christian. Miss Imogen Crouch, Miss D.
M. Garliek. H. L. Taylor. Miss Sue T.
Mayo, Mrs. R. E. Bruce. Mrs. Cassie
W'are, Iiorace Sharp. Miss Xettie L.
Brown. Mrs. L. H. Matthews. C. F.
Grigg. Mrs. A. A. McKay. John T. Ware.
Mrs. T-izzie A. Woo.lson. Mrs: C. C.
Thou. Mrs. Vv". XV. Byars. Mrs. M. Rich?
ardson. Mrs. B. W. Wilson. Mrs. Mary
E. Wilson. Annie Mosley. Larkin G'arre
brook. R." E. Stonnell. Miss J. WicKham.
A. Marks. Robert F. Sutton.
Dan.-ille, Va.?R. V". Booker.
Ennonville-. Va.?Blanche CoI"eman.
Mrs. J. Lee Coleman.
Greenwood Depot. Va.? H. T. lilnea.
Norfbl*-:. Va.?J. H. Oregory.
Buena Vista. Va.?Madison McKee.
Belfteld. Va.?Mts. Henry MacLlne
Xew Can ton, Va?Miss Carrie Pettit.
Petersburg.?E. C. Davis. R. A. Plum
mer, Mrs. M. J. Baxter. Louis Baxter.
A. T. Chandler, Miss ? Lucy Harrison.
Grace L. Peters. George P. Bozel, Fan?
nie. R. Hayes. Mrs. T. R. Dunn. Efh>v
S. Dunn. Joseph B. Jones, Mrs.
Rosa Chandler. Sallie T. Jones 5.
E. Winston. R. S. G lodwyrr. H. R. Good
wyn. Milton A. Marks B. G. Strachan.
Buekingham county. Va.?Mrs. F. R.
Lunenburg county. Va.?_.iss Emma
Sevtn Islands.?T. S. Tutwiler. Leor.rt
Tutwiler. Mrs. Carrie E. Tutwiler.
MeKenney. Va.?Lizzie H.. Doyle, Min?
nie. Kennedy. Mrs. U. C. Kennedy.
Ballsyill_--Mi_s Mary W, Wil!Iam?S
Tabscott, Va.?Miss Hallie J.ordan.
Prospect. Va.?Mary M. Crew. Mm.
Pace's. Va.?Mrs. J. O. Vaughan.
Clifton Forge. Va.?Mrs. J. Rr.
CUfton Forge-, a.?Miss Jean Bowles.
y.oar. Va.?3?Iss Daisy Pnaup.
Manchcster. Va.?Mrs. Mary Crawford
Skincinarter. Va.?-Miss Gertr '. ? Wool
ridge. Mrs. J. G. Wonlridge. Mis*
Emporia. Va.?E. C. Palrnen Mrs. V.
Blackstone. Va.?LIzzie Kennedy
Montn.-lier. Va.?F. XV. Thornpsnrr.
Dillwyn. Va.'?Flem Coleimarr.
Chase City. Va.?-^rs. <".'. XV. Richard?
King William. Va.?Holton C. Robins.
C'ifton Forge.?Miss Jean Williams.
j Mrs. W. M. Smith. Mrs. M. II- Early.
Winterpoclc. Va.?Charles T. Henl-?y.
; Jr.. Robert P. If-nley. Susie Henley.
Gordonsville. Va.?Agnes L. Beckham.
Buchanan. Va.?Mrs. D. D. Boze. F. R.
Ashland, Va.?"Withers Hoofnagle. Miss
G?.\'..-.,n H-.,,;-. ;..-!.-, S. J. Ha!!.
, Warminster. Va.-L-uise B .Horseley.
Xottoway. Va.?C. F. Deane. Isabel
| Robert^ >n_ Miss Mary P. Atkinson. T.
; !?:. Atkinson. Fannie May Tucker.
A proverb of twenty-two letters l?
j scattered throughout the want ads in
o-day's Sunday Times want coiumns.
:e S for instrtu.-tions?then find the
I letters and form the proverb..What !_?
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Go on wearing run-down-at-the-heel,
generally dilapidated shoes when new
and stylish ones are so cheap hereT
Save tho oid ones for bad weather?
get a new pair here for ordinary wear
and be eontent. These shoe ofTers
may interest you.
Taylor & Brown
by the voiuuteer company. Some n- S'*? photograph of the degree team. which*
. jury to the house and its fumis'uhi .s j *"-as accepted on behalf of the council
, was done bv water. } ?Y G- XV. XV. M. Dickens.
_?__ j A very complimentary resolution tes?J_
I fying to the high esteem in which iir
Shockoe Courcl. Kt-mp is held was unanimousty ad?pt?^
'-y the council. Since he haa been in
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