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They Mi1 .ill master instru? ments- -the very best thai can be built. We soil? e s? ciai K Ik ah, CKy Standard '.aines, Buy any of the above makes and you arc sure. Catalogs Sent free upon re? quest. 1 upaiiy 103 E. Broad St., Richmond, Va. $ Oldest Music House in Va. ^ and N". C. 3 BERRYV1LLE [Special loThc Tlmcs-TMsputch.] I Borryville, Va., March in.?Mrs. .1. ' W. Vonable. of Front Royal, VA., 's I Visiting her daughter, Mrs. .lohn I K rider*. Jr. t Miss Annli Ptrlhllng is visiting friends' in Ittchrhorid. Misses I. Shulce. ..f Pittsburgh, Tt.. iiinl Viola AHhby, "t" Mnrtlnsburg, W. V.l.. are the guests of Mr. and Hugh Carper. of Washington, If Charlie Fowler, of "Pittsburgh^ Pa , -s > I.-<1111)l: relatives here. Miss Kill) Mel lontild hail returned from n visit to friends in Baltimore, Mi>s Margaret Moore Is visiting friends in Hnckvllle, Md. Bishop I't. A- Ulbs.on. ..i' ib.- OIoci-so >?( Virginia, ermdiicK-d conllriiiailon Berjvli-Os at (trnce Kidscopul Church, SCOTTSVILLE (Special to The Time*-Dispatch.] SoottSVtlld, Vn? .March 16. -Miss Dimple. Blair, who Im? been visiting her alstcr. Mrs. J. lt. Guthrie. In Rich? mond, has come home. Miss Ethel Agio spent Thursday in ttichinon?. i 3$rth \\. C. White, of liar. I ward, visit? ed her son, u a; White; In North Val? ley Street. i his Week. R. I. Wade, of Richmond, spent sev i oral days this week tit his old home Lore. i Jacksbh Reale was in Washington tliis week. Sergeant Sutherland has returned I from Washington, whore he spent a I week visiting relatives. Henry \v. Lewis, ot llownrdsvllle, J was in town this week. l'hlllp Smith, of Richmond, spent I several days this week at the home of ! his father, Professor W. D. Smith, j Mrs. A. 13. Hell and son. A. Bell, Jr., who have been upend'n? some I time with Mrs. Hell's mother, Mrs. l>. P. Powers, have returned to their home in Altavista: They were accompanied by Miss L K. Davis, who will spend several months. Mrs. P. H. McGIll and little daugh? ter, of Altavista, uro spending several weeks at '?The Terrace,'' the home ot Mrs. I). P. Powers. 0. C. llartord and \V. K. .Moore spent I several days in Lynchburg this week. Rev. Stanley White, of Richmond, preached in the Presbyterian Church here Sunday. Misses Nellie and Minnie Scruggs have returned from a visit tu Lynch? burg and Hoanokc. BRISTOL [ Special to The Tinies-Dispal h. I Bristol. Vtt.. March in.-?An Inter I estlnc social function of the week was ? it.ptlou given at Hotel Hamilton ! cii Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. Chiir I minn llamlllon in honor of her guest. .Miss Basic Williamson, of Miirtlnsvllle. More than 100 guests were welcomed. Refreshments were served, and the nf teVnoo'n was spent in a most pleasant way. Miss Williamson had the pleas? ure of meeting many of the social set. .\ marriage that is looked forward to with much interest on the part of numerous friends here and etsewhore will bo F-oloihnlzed tit nig Stone Gap, Oh tile 'JStli Instant, when Miss Mary Stimmers, accomplished daughter of Dr. .arid Mrs. <!. W. Summers, of Bris? tol,'will become the bride ot George JE. Penn, u young la wye.-, of Abing don. The father of the bride "ill be the ofllclntiiig minister. The couple will make their homo at Ablngdon. Miss Pearl Coffmnn, of Knoxvllle, Is the guest of Min. W. C. Itceser, on llolst,on Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Ron J. James are spending some time In Havana, Cuba. Mr. and Mrs. II. v. Wymnn hava returned from Southern Florida and Havanna, Cutia. whole they spent two months. Judge Hal II. Ilayncs has returned from Southern Florida, where he spent IWo months hunting In the everglades. He returns much improved In health. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence King and children are spending a few weeks with the relatives of Mrs. King, at Longvlew, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Reynolds and children have returned from Corinth, Miss., whore they visited the mothbl of Mrs. Reynolds, Mrs. Dalrymple. Miss Una Klsoin. the young daugh? ter of Mr. and Mrs. I-'.. B. Klsom. who formerly resided in Bristol, was mar? ried last week to Thomas t:. Qtiaw, Jr., at Helena. Montana. The bride's j parents now reside nt Bozeman, Mon. The junior elass entertained Mon? day evening in honor of the sellioi class of Virginia lntermoui College here The college parlors were pro? fusely decorated with rose? for the occasion, Intermingled with the roses Were touches of Irish eolor in anti? cipation of the approach of .It, Patrick's Day. The guests wer.- re j delved at the door by Prdisldoiii and ! Mrs .1. T. Henderson and Mrs MUlToll. ? oi th.- institution, Tin- iniuiibers ot the lunor i lass ate Miss. s Gladys Powidl, i i.llllan Smith. Archie Catching. Fray I Orlgsby, I Iva i'oiv y, Helen Zelglor, I Mary Holmnn Smith, Susi.- Sneail, Kilo Roller, Johnnie Allen. Snlnin Harmon. Ann Muse. Lllclle Pass ami Mary Killl ? hrough. The members of the senior i .-lass are Misses Ruby Klug. Rhen ^ Lester, Inda llonlz, Jennie.* Splgenor, I Lois Davis. .Mary Rood Covlritftori, Nor 'liia Singleton. Lillian Gosd, Luc'ridri ! Critllu. Rosa Altheor, Kliiiinel Roberts, l Knllierine Thomas, Grace Thomas. Main, .i.?linst.hi. Mary Leslie Ptillliim. Jen,.le M ?? A fee. Gladys Halgrave and Pearl Nelson. Mis Guy Darsl went to Chattanooga tliis week to visit relatives. Mrs. I'.IIa McKinley, or Glridd Spring, was th- guest of Mrs. King James this week. Judge and Mrs. II Tyi.r Campbell have returned from a trip to various points !h the South. Judge ami Mrs. C. J. St. John and Mis-- itiiia Pitzcr word .ailed to Wash? ington i'ourt bouse. f)? Ihis week on a,,,.unt el tin- death of Mis. Oswald Smith, who was a sister Of Mrs. St. I John and Miss Plt/.br. Mi. and Mrs, R. s Reynolds iim.I sous, of winston-Snlejn n. f have arrived in Bristol and will uside hero CARTERSVILLE i iSp.eral in The Tl in. - -1 > is | ..t 1 ? It. I farti'i-svllle; Mnri h Iii. - There will bo :, joint dobiiti; between Hamilton I High School, of ('umbcrliind county, 'arid l'artlwell High School, of Hough lir.il ii fiity. at linmilton High School |..u the evening of Mulch 23 at S j ..?eioek The iiuestlon for iterate Is: ? h solved. Thai the G<.nil A e-em ? ' Id. of Virginia should pass a law glv I lug to women eiiual right- of suffrage iv'ill on n." Hamilton School will have I the iitllrtiiat Ive, anil w ill I,,. repri s-r.te I by Howard Hicks injl Mis Grni-o i Rttrkcr.* The negative wil be rcprii IradLxg es tioar, Cor. stipationi, Dyspepsia, IMex^voiiSr-ess ar&d. All S5t.Dr\-us?.c5ri rFrouib!es impound. Niiliiro's ? ilied l>y \>iiysiciuui 'Xoftwlcli ' "(fentieii fndlK<i:<tl(Jii many ?lolls "I was i a 11.on ho I not the mill ran ti eal anvitut "I inn i mich) f'omnanyi i.> -I wish io any ? at ri. iihitiic illy ft'lf; I inn tvllii" irottlntt any results, l < ii>iii< rim*. I hoUBht It by <ii!i?M"n- i .?> iniu-Ii Improved ami have taken iiiioiu tit reo-fourths of It. I don't need it'iij more iVsedlcine, can now 1 iitsi free from ill ii'fin il,rii> pains. ;.nni, ,'iini tili:.I: it my duly tu roj'Ofl those i rti !i: that Coinitifrliic has done the work, nimoh.i ii to Hi.- v < i !?!. A 25c Bottle Will Give Yen Prompt Relii f, Ask your ?rmtfist for ('<>n(|Ui pet the genuine. There I.- not: good. i7iiiM|tii*ri!ir?j i-4 Warrantr/d PONSTJPAY?? UVSPBPHt'A nil ST?MAOli 'J'ltOUUUKS, or refunded. Sohl al all ttn'ig stores In 250, eiir? i.mui;k.-rii NIOttVpUrSNRSIri : jo >r money v. ill :; LEFTWICH CHEMICAL COMPANY tA xcuiiiiitG, \ \. '% ? ? Guaranteed tinder tue Puio Pood and Druij Act ??< ' fil 1 No. 1"'.7S-J. S I on Im: t!, Veiling Department Tlhi5s is the V ? i 11 n mi g Seasons % 3in?.d we have ftfa? mm?sft comra- <ilfcf ptee 11 im e ?IF NOVELTY VEILING ?wir alhowra iira MnchmmoiradL 107 East Broad Street TJ day and Wednesday March 19th and 20th. NINETEEN HUNDRED and TWELVE YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED ove yepartmeint Gir amdl dinspllay ?if Eas&eir Gloves, lira (tike lew EuHtenu amid Ibwifcer aikasBes, m faatih Kid aimdi Si?ik. Mewesft s'lriftclhcffng^ and! siilS Gloves G^arrarsteesK ear Department OpeSttBing ofF a complete uiinie off Hamd emfomSdeiredl Fremd?) Meek Wear and ^/miewesft hn Dee-':. IRnaslbes Cecils siand] r^^ffe^t^ Sleeves, ExqiiMaafte ime?<Q>f fiinalhi Cp?d aeltod by Misses Havim ami Loweryi >>r the Chi dwell School. The ludgos huvo not been selected. Mr it ml Mrs. Philip Mason, <.f Rich? mond, have I.n visiting at Mrs. Mason's h.> in Cnrtorsvllle, recently. Miss Augusta V. England, of Wash? ington! 1'. ??.. is th,. -in s> ,,f her als ter. Mrs. il. James Rhodes. Mr. ami Mrs .1. Scott Croivdcr are al lionie after a visit to Nelson, I'ros |nei. Covington anil Richmond. Fittnk It. Reynolds, of Richmond, is lit his old home in Cartersvllle for u| afton I S|ieeial to The TinicS-Dispiitch. | Artoii. Va., March Iii.?Mrs. .lames' It. (i.Hoe, of iii.- A ft on Hi.use. Inn return,.,! home from a visit to rela live.s ami friends at Old Polhl and Richmond. Sl\e was accompanied hv lier daughter, Mrs. .lohn .1. McHctiry. nt Louisville, K v.. who Is spending the winter in Virginia. Sam p. Hood-| loe is also with his mother ai Alton. Mis. j. Wilcox Hiown, of '?Klshntn.'' is vis'tiug lo r daughter in New York City. Mr, and Mis Hrlfflli, of Norfolk, are iieoupying Mrs. Robinson's cotttig.j! near Alton. Mrs. ih.ekiei Hall and children hnv.. returned home from a visit to Rich? mond und N'oi folk. Mrs. Fred \V, Scott was a recent visitor al Alton. A handsome new, summer home will bo buill this spring] by Mr. ami Mrs. Scott, at the Royal i lr< hard. Work is in ing pushed on the mar-I Id,- home of Major Dooley on Iii?' mountain near old Mountain Top. I malvern hill I Special to The Tlinos-Dlspnich. | | Malvorn Hill. Va.. March If..-?Thol ' Lend-::-Hand" Circle of King's; Daughters of Hu e. church, OranVillo, I met win. Mrs. .1. c. Ebcrley at her I home, "lirocriwbod." on Thursday. I A.ig those present were Misses' Mary It. Carter, Cora Cro< ley. Kill. Woodcock, Florence Ebcrley and: Riddii (barter. Mesdlinuis II. S. Sauiid e: < .i M. rilll. s. a. Clark, I >. Tonip kius. S Ftiiiun, M. i:. Hell. .1. Eber i \ und .i M nelli All partook of a delicious lunch with their hostess he Mr--!. Carter Well ford, of "Sabine Hall." is the guest of tier sist-r, Mrs. Mis D nay lie Tiin'ipk ins, and little Ing |hcr father. A. I'. c.,e.?!.'?>. at his home, " Weslbnry." Mrs. Tompklns I- on her vvnj to New York Stale, where she will mal:.' her home in the fu Wednesdiiy a'nii Thursday in Richmond. Miss May Walker. Who has been the giiesi of relatives in Norfolk for sev? eral weeks, has returned to her homo. Miss Mary R. Carter has returned from a viril to Richmond. While there- .Mis c?:tei attended the lec Hires given i.\ Professor Barl Hanns. cumberland I (Special K.The Tun. .? -Dispatch.] Cdmliei-lniid, Va.. Muriih Hi.--.Mr. and '.Mrs. Charles I), DlggS ale in Richmond tlii- gtiesth ot Mis:; Constance Andor Mra. Cilia, i C. Minor, of Richmond. In visiting her parents, Mr. and Mr.-. I". I'. Flippen, in Cohilllal Avenue. Mr. ami Mrs. William Cray are nl i their country plan-. "Nortlitlcld." for a ?t, ii days.- stay. Mrs. Cray lias roecnt I ly rjMurhod from Atlanta, wiiero she Iv.as t:.- -il.si of Fairfax Montague. Mrs. Sin F, Cray, of Richmond, spent I the pas( we, u with Mr ami. Mrs Oliver ? hi Flippen. IW. F. Henderson, of North Carolina, has purchased the handsome farm. "Huiky HtiJL" of E. Erblich, which ho will make his homo in tho future. Mr. Krhlnh has returned to the West whence ho ?->? m?- sonic years dgo. ROANOKE I Special in The Times-Dispatch, | Boanokc, V'?., March 10.? .Miss Mayo Carpenter i ite'rtalncd at an informal tea-iirlnkiiiu .Monday afternoon in honor Ol M. * Florence I'ny. of Kiyrhi, t).. who is the truest of her sister. Mis Orny Llnney. Miss Kay left Friday for Washington to visit friends before icturninti t.. hei homo. Mrs. Marx Oreovor and Miss Virginia Oreeven of Chtlhowle, who hnvu been guests of. Miss Pntillne Massiv, are now at II?.i.d liimnoke, where ihtty Will remain for two weeks. .\lr and .Mrs. Cordon Merrill are In j Chicago for a In i.J' visit. Miss Itohertson has returned to her I home in Amhersl county, after a visit ? to Mrs. C. Ambler. Miss Knln Meadows, of Bdnsnck, wns ; I he guest last week of Miss Vivian Khurnnt e.. ? lohn Ii. Newton and Ii. I?. Hull. .1 r., lire in New York for u .brief visit. ? Mrs. H. <? F.llett, of Princeton, \V. Vii., Is the guesl of Airs. Joseph II II 111 er. , Mrs. I: C. Jackson is the ?liest of her cousin, Alis. Itawloy, on West Ave? nue.' Miss Stio Mlllei and Master .Inck Miller, of Winston-Kalein, are visiting Airs. .1. S. Maynor here. Airs. \V. II. Ilairstori and .Miss Blls aheth llalrstoii are visiting friends in I lowardsvllle. Airs. Atviih Stone was at home in- i f?rntnlly Wednesday afternoon at her home, Wasens Terrace, in honor of 1 Al.s. lt. I.. Kdwar.ls, of Blchmond. b.ticorations v.r. attractive in potted, plants, carnations and naaleas. Alis. AI. .'.1. Caldwcll, Airs. C. Al DaVIs and Mrs. I. .\. Buford assisted I tile ItOStCSa. Miss Mat..1 Wing, of Norfolk, who has heen the giiest of .Miss Knill} Campbell, is visiting Mrti. William S. Buttle, Franklin I; ..id. Miss Itebccea llwnrt, Miss Sallic Nichols and Mls.n lane Clhrkc, of Hed ; ford, are visiting Mr. and Alrr. It. .1. I Min)!?'.. OK'ANCOCK I I Spi ein! tu Tli. Tillies-Dlspateh. | Onaneoek, Vn . March if,.?.Miss I Agnes Manning of Norfolk, is with I Alis. <:. Ford Kelley for a visit of I two weeks. Airs. ii. II I'..well Is visiting her ' mother, Alis. V. N. Thomas, of Cape I Charles. Allss Sallle Scarborough, after an ? i \i. liilcd visit her brother. .1. Cnr ! son Scarboroiifth, of Norton, returned i Monday. j Miss Saiah c. I'ark er, of Baltimore. I arr'ved Weilnos.lny to spend some time with hoi brother, Otho I.. Parker. Airs. Walter N. Mason and little son. I Of I'arkSley, at the home of Air. N. W. Nock. I Mrs. Sidney .i Hopkins is spending J the week with relatives In Balill'nore. ! Miss F.vn HoidcliiH left Monday for Cape Chnl. i, she will be the guesl of friends for two weeks, i Miss Sadie Irwin, of Lexington, is [vls'llng the fam'lv of Judge James II. Fletcher. Alis. S A. Flovd and children, of ! Flat woods, W. Vn., are quests of Mr. i and Airs. Asa (.*. I >rlscbll. .Miss Hesta ('arsons has returned ! from Wathn. X, c. where she .spent I several weeks with her brothers. A. T. KJvnus ..n.l family, of Haiti more, occupied their 'country home. ?'.Marsh View," ii,i.. weok. . Mrs. J. T. Cropper In in flrafton, W. Vn., tor a stay of name weeks with her staler. Mrs T W. Fngle. Judge and Mr <;. \v, Maxon arc liouo; from .i trip in Philadelphia. Aim. ? Anna . it, Simmorman is th we,ol!.-ehd guesl of .Mrs. George B. Ish. of Portsmouth. I Ahs. SalUe Hi.Hand Fletcher left Monday for the Itlue Ridge Mountains, her physicians 'prua'c'rlblng the change. FARMVILLE I Spec (hi t? The Tlmei-L-Iipalcli. | Purmvillo, Va., March If,.?Air a. Thomas l, Morton, of Crewc, has boon a guest iiiis week ?>f M. A. Barrow a inI wife on High Streit Itev. B. F. Kirkpatrlck, of North Carolina, win occupy the pulpit of ? tin Fnrmvlllc Presbyterian Church to? morrow morning anil evening. Miss Burner, general secretary of the Yonii? Woman's Christian's Asso? ciation, i.ntly visited the Normal School Association. Judge I, C. lTotirhov. ?>f Kentucky,' and Littleton Fitzgerald, of Richmond, are in tlie home of Mis. Florida Kitz- I gcrald, who has teen 111 for some Weeks. ? I. 11. Bobbins, ot' Richmond, spent' a ilny this week with his sick friend,! II. T. Scott, of this town. Mrs. w. t. Bl?hton is visiting relnf I tiviis In New York City. RALEIGH I Special to The Tlm. s- Dispatch.] i Raleigh, N. C? March I?.?Mrs. Charles Bel v In was hostess for the Tuesday Afternoon Hook Club tin- past. Week, and accorded the club women j ami their invited friends a delightful] afternoon. There was a continuation:] of the -tody of Brownin?:. Mrs. .1. W Harden presented a paper on "Browh- I ling's Betters." There was a paper out I "Colombo's Choice," hy Mrs. B. O. Burton, and one on ''Browning's Love i Lyrics,' by Miss Daisy bonson. i The Twentieth Century Hook Club met Tuesday afternoon with Miss I Dickinson, at Meredith Collage. A spe? cial study Is being made, this season fof North Carolina writers, and foi this meeting there were special pa>on : and discussions of .lohn Charles Mc? Neill' Theophllna Hill and .lohn Henry j Boner, tin- program including blo 1 graphical sketches of each of these favorite Carolina writers. ! Mis,-; " Elizabeth Briggs entertained (the Kerilncss Hook Club Wednesday ! a ftornoon. I B. s. .lermnn anil bis bride have ; arrived from their bridal n ip. and Mrs. ! .Terman is being most heartily wol j corned. She was Miss Edith Wilhel nilna McDonald, they having beer. I married Eebrunry 11, at Hamilton, On I '.irlo. Canada. She has v'sited here las the guest of Mrs .Carrie H. Dargan. ; and made many friends. She is a sls ' (? r of Col. .lames I". MacDonald. of Ot I lawa. Mrs. Chester Whiting has as. hei (guests Mis. Krank M. Brown, of New ? York: Mr. and Mrs. .1. .1. W. Harris! I and Mrs. Bobei t Harriss, Greensboro; Mis. sol w. Cooper, of Eayettcvillc. j Mrs. Henry Coles and son. Master : /'nylon, are here from Atlanta, with Mrs. Coles's parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. i T. N'orirls. Miss Crafts, violinist, of St. Mary's 1 School, and Miss Frances Rcnfrow, as reader, gave a successful rodt.il at Dukes, llornott county, Monday night. Mrs. Charles Kelvin has as her guest, 'Miss Alelnc Long, of Graham. ' Miiis Mildred MacNclll. of .Marion. ' S. C. is in the city, the guest of Mrs. ' ?alge r Ha rbeo. Mr?. c. M. Carr has returned to 'Durham after a visit to her -.11011101. I Mrs. .lames Boylari; } Mrs. K. S. K.dmniid: on is here from j Smltlillcld, spending a while with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Myatt. J Mrs. .1. .1. I^aughinghouso is at home 'again after a visit to Greenvil'.e. BIG STONE GAP I Special to The 'l ino s-Dispatch. 1 j Big Stone Hap. Vli? March 16.--To. I Woman's Civic League, held its nhnun) meeting for the election of officers on Tuesday. The following officers 1 wore elected for the ensu'ng year: 'Mrs. K. M. C.oodloe, president; Mr*. j R. T. Irvine, first vic. -pi'esident; Mrs 11. \ W. Skoen. second vice-president; i.Mrs Marvin Kelly, recording secre? tary: Mrs. l O, l'ettit. corresponding i:secretary; Mrs. R. B Alsovor, trean j uror. I Members of Ha High School pr?i (teilte?) "Airs. WiK'tr-i of ine Cabbage Patch'' at the Kchool auditorium "ii Friday and Saturday night?. The plays wire given for the boncslt of the Athletic Association of the school to equip a gymnasium, ami $102 was ? ? alixed. Mis. K. 13. Goodloc entertained with a delightful luncheon Thursday in j honor of her mother, Mr.". T. \V, O??U loe. The rooms wor> decorated with potted ferns, blooming hyacinths and cut-flowers, and the I able was lovely w'th Its lace cover, pink tapers and centrepiece of pink carnations and as? paragus fern. .Mis. flood loe's guests w.re Mestlamcs .1. W. Fox, Jr.. It A Aycra, II. 8. i.. Morlson, Rockefeller, Cnbell, Itanisay, I.e..-Inda M, riukln. ,:. Present t. J. J. l.lovd. S. Polly. W. s. Maihews. J. M. <;.line, W. T. Uood ioe and Miss Georgia ISoodloe, John w. Cbnlkley returned h?hte from Richmond Monday night, Misses Gladys Wolfe and Kate Hrown, accompanied by their friends. Misses Moody ami Kolk, have returned to Sulllns College, In Urlstol, after a visit to relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. C. I.. Nash are at lint Springs, Ark. and olhor Western eitles on .in extended visit Miss Coilnlie Taylor will leave I Man h 'I'l for Newport News, where sin- will enter tin- Kllzabcth Burkstoul Hospital fur training as a nurse. Allen Carries, of Gray. \Vt \'a., is] visiting his parents * here. HEATHSVILLE I Spectal i" The TlincJS-Dlspa'u.-h.) lleathsvlllc, Vn . March Hi.?Sain Hm 11 li <if i.oudouu. was a i <? cent guest of Mrs. Lloyd T. Smith. Mik" Marguerite Smitii lias returned from a vlaH to her sisters in Lan? caster, Mrs. .1 \v. Pearson entertained at cards recently nt |tCr home in Lbtts btirg. II. C. Itowo hiis returned fi o:n Irin to Multimon-. Washington and l'i.-k Hall. Mrs. n, ii. n. Ilm.bard and Utile daughter, Oenevleve, de Sales, who have tin n visiting h'r mot her. Mrs. Lloyd T. Smith have returned to their no- in White Stone. A. .lack Prent and urlde, of Itlch iiiiiinl. were recent guests at ''Rbnn oke" tin- In.in., ..I l>r. A. M Mr.-nt. Mis Lugano Pnliln entertained for the week-end at her home at Conn, .Misses Onrnett Honker, of Loltsburg; Louise Ulundon, <ii ISurgess Store, ami Mary Kemp, of Li Plata, Md. Miss Oonevleve do Sales Smith had as her week-end gueStfl at '?Sunny side,'? her home near lienthsvllle. Misses Susie Norris. of Lively, and Mary Kemp, of Maryland. Miss Sarah Itandolph Ureht was the week-end ?in st of Miss Nannie Hooker. "Canada," the home of Mrs. Grace at '.'Canada," ihc home of Mrs. Oraco Dr. Fred l>. Hrent hits returned from a recent visit to Klnsale. Grows hair and we can prove it Hair Becomes Soft. Fluffy, Lus? trous and Beautiful Immediately After a Danderine Hair Cleanse Get a 25 Cent Bottle Now and Forever Stop Falling Hair, Itching Scalp and Dandruff A little Danderine now will immediately double the beauty of your hair?No difference how dull, faded, brittle and scraggy, 3"st moisten a cloth witli Danderine and carefully draw it through your hair t:tkiiifr one small strand at a time. The effect is immediate and amazing?your hair will be li.qht, Unify and wavy and have an appearance of abun? dance; an incomparable lustre, softness and luxu liance, the beauty and shimmer of true hair health. Try as you will after an application of Danderine, you cannot dud a siliRle trace of dandruff or a loose or falling hair and your scalp will not itch, hut what will please you most will be after a few week's mc when you will actually sec new liair, fine and downy at first?yes?but really new hair?sprouting all over the scalp. Danderine is to the hair what fresh showers of rain and sunshine are to vegetations it goes riglii to the roots, invigorates and strengthens them. Its life producing properties cause the hair to prow abun? dantly long, strong and beautiful. Get a 25 cent bottle of KLnowlton's Danderine from any drug store or toilet counter and prove to yourself tonight? now?that your hair is a.s prcity and soft as any- that it lias been neglected or injured by careless treatment?that's all ? you ? surely can have beautiful hair and lots of it, if you will just try a little Danderine. Real surprise awaits you.