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In .'pending a few days In this city.
Mrs. V.\ A. Land, "f Blaekstonc. Is
Visiting her sister, *-9. B. J. Taylor,
of 1210 Floyd Avenue, who continues
quite sick at her home.
Mrs. J, .J. English, Jr.. left Satur?
day for an extended visit to Camden,
N. J.. and Boston, Pa., where she. will
he the gu,-st -f Mr. and Mrb. T. 3.
English and Mr. and Krs. D, -H.
Mr. and Mr*. E. C. Lackey, who have
been guests of Mr. ar.d Mrs. W. C.
West here, left yesterday for th<lr
home in Providence, 11. I., via Wash?
Mrs. S. J. Pence, of Hunter Springs.
W. Va., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
W. P.. Vawtcr.
Miss Katherlnc Johnson, of North
\ iklri .1 kVai :.???*: Hing friends
in Highland Park.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Burlington. N. C. May 11.?Two stir
prise romantic marriages have been
announced here this week. The first
was that of Miss Elsie Cook, daugh?
ter of George Cook, to Sidney A. Bo
land, both of this place. They Wire
iharrled at the Christian parsonage
April 27 by the pastor. Rev. A. B.
Kendall, and tin y kept it secret me,re
than a week. The "tlier marriage was
that of Richard Leo Oroome, of New
York, and Mis" Anna I.e-o De-Moss,
daugnter of D. D. DeMoss. of this
place. Just to be a bit romantic the
young couple went to Forest Mills, S
C. and were married Saturday, and
came here Sunday and gave out the
news. They w.-nt to Atlanta Monday,
where they will reside.
Thursday evening in the Baraca
room of the Methodist Church. the
phllathea Class entertained the Ba?
raca* at a delightful reception. The
room was beautifully decorated in the
elasl colors, blue ami white-, in draped
cheesecloth Phllathea pennants, and
potted and cut flowers in profusion.
A literary program was rendered, con?
sisting of male quart.-ts. choruses,
BOlOS, leadings anil addresses. An or
cbeitra furnished nius-e during ibe en?
tire evening. Several contests and
games were Indulged in. The hundred
und nftv guests were seated at tables,
and refreshments wer.- served in two
courses. Itev. T. A. Sikes acte^ as
toastmastcr. an<l several good toasts
Mr and Mrs. Eugene Holt. Erwin
Alien lloit arid Rew and Mrs. J. B.
Dibble spent this week In Durham at?
tending iii*- Diocesan Convention.
Kenneth Oant, of Raleigh, and Roger
'",arit. r.f I uike, spent Sunday here with
Mrs. C, B, Wright and daughter,
Miss Louise, of Raleigh, are here-, the
house guests of Mrs. .lames N. Wil?
liamson, Jr., for ten days.
I >-i. Oant, J. 1- Scott. J, I> Davis
and lt. \V. Ingle spent the week In
Ma,.on attending the reunion.
Mr:- lames D Martin, of t.eaksvllle,
and Miss Mildred Cunningham, of
Madison, arc spending the week-end
? ere as guests of Miss Jessamine Gant.
on their return from Durham.
Miss Minnie Williamson and Master
Saundera and little Miss Mary Archer
Williamton went to Atlantic City
Monday for a month's stay.
Miss Hazel Albright Is at h?r home
here for lie-r vacation, having spent
the winter leaching at Burgae*.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.1
Bowling Green, Va., May n?lohn
W Chandler, of Houston. Tex., spent
a part of this week with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B Chandler.
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Gill and Mrs.
Clara Dak.- ware wu.-t-ts a> the home
of Captain C, T. Smith this week, at
Mr. and Mrs Walter Wilson have
returned from a visit to Walkerton.
It. M. Gray spent a part of this week
Misses Minnie anel Carrie Broaddws.
of Sparta, spent a part of this week
with friends here.
Mr. anil Mrs. Roland, of Canada, are
visiting the Misses Woolfolk at their
home, Mulberry Place, near here.
Mis. dunes has returned to her home
Baltimore, after spending some t'me
with her daughter. MiSs .Tones, at the
Rowling Green Female Seminary.
Aubrey Valentine spent a part of
this week In Richmond.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.1
RadfOrd, Va.. May 11? Mrs. A. P.
Goldsmith hel,| a charming reception
Friday afternoon in honor of her
guest, Mi.-s Mary Goldsmith, of New?
ark. N. J. The house was beautifully
decorated in wild tlowers and ferns.
Misses Maude Johnson and I^ela Gold?
smith received the guests, and served
punch In the reception hall. Miss
Willie Harvey ushered the women into
th<- dining room, where Misses Mary
bell Scott nnd Jessie; Rejd server iocs
anel sweets. About thirty-five called
during the afternoon.
Miss Mackle Ingles'left Tuesday for
Middle bot o, where she will visit.
Miss Elizabeth Overstrcet, of Rod
ford. Is visiting in town.
Mrs. William Ingles was liost?ss
Stops Falling Hair and
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and Luxuriant and We Can
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If You Wish to Double the Beauty of
Your Hair at Once, Just Get a 25
Cent Bottle and Try This
Surely try a Dandcrine Hair Cleanse if you wish
to immediately double the beauty of your hair with
little trouble and at a cost not worth mentioning?
just moisten a cloth with a little Dandcrinc and
draw it carefully through your hair, takinf' one
small strand at a time, this will cleanse the hair of
dust, dirt or any excessive oil?In a few moments
you will be amazed. Vnur hair will he wavy,
fluffy and abundant and possess an incomparable
softness, lustre and luxuriance, the beauty and
shimmer of true hair health.
Besides beautifying the hair, one application of
Dandcrine dissolves every particle of Dandruff;
cleanses, purifies and invigorates the scalp, forever
?topping itching and falling hair.
Danderinc is to the hair what fresh showers of
rain and sunshine are to vegetation. It goes right
to the roots, invigorates and strengthens them. It's
exhilarating, stimulating antl life-producing proper?
ties cause the hair to grow abundantly long, strong
and beautiful. It at once imparts a sparkling bril?
liancy and velvety softness to the hair, and a few
weeks* use will cause new hair to sprout all over
the scalp. Use it every day for a short time, after
which two or three times a week will he sufficient
to complete whatever growth you desire.
You can surely have pretty, soft, lustrous hair,
and lots of it, if you will just get a 25 cent bottle of
Knowlton's Dandcrine from any drug store or toilet
counter and try it as directed.
Visit To-Morrow Our
Embracing about 400 of the season's smartest garments
?your choice of any Suit in stock. None reserved.
There are becoming models in a wide range of fine materials
favored by fashion this season: Men's worsteds, suitings and
serges?also whipcords, Bedford cords, English mixtures, novelty
weaves and homespuns. A glance at these reductions and a visit
to our Suit Department should prove interesting and profitable.
$17.50 and $20.00 Suits,
$22.50 and $25.00 Suits,
$27.50 and $37.00 Suits,
$32.50 and $35.00 Suits,
$37.50 and $40.00 Suits,
Attractive Inducements on $5Q, $60 and $75 Suits as well
The many individual designs on display should strike
the fancy of every woman who looks at them. Bearing in
mind these savings, the opportunity to secure hats of this
character should prove doubly attractive.
$7.00, $8.50 and $9.00 Hats qq
reduced to. <pO??70
$10.00, $12.50 and $15.00
$16.50, $18.50 and $20.00 Hats
now reduced to.
AH our Imported Model Hats at Half Price.
Special Selling of Smart
One-Piece Serge Frocks at
Long and Short Gloves, in all the newest em?
broideries, colors and combinations of buttons and
bindings, in several makes known the world over for
style, tit and durability.
SI.00 and Si.50 Kid Gloves for. 69c
SI.50 and S2.00 Kid Gloves for. 89c
S2.50 and S2.75 Kid Gloves for.$1.39
S3.50 and S3.75 Kid Gloves for.$1.98
$10.00 $15.00 $20.00
Just the Dress for comfort and smart, correct
style; light and dainty; they're made in one-piece
tailored styles or a bit fancy trimmed with heavy
laces. We show them in a variety of summery colors.
New Pique Dresses.$3.98
New Voile Dresses.$6.50
Tailored Serge Dresses,
$6.95 to $35.00
Tuesday afternoon at a very charm?
ing four-course luncheon in honor or
Mrs. John Ingles, of Bristol, who Is
the guest of Mrs. Angle Ingles and
Miss Mary Goldsmith. The house was
decorated in dogwood. Covers were
laid for twenty.
Henry uoht-rts left Saturday for
Miss Luclle Johnson. of Roanoke.
la visiting Mrs. A. S. Johnson.
Mrs. J. R. K- Cowan. of White
Thorn, was in town Wednesday.
Robert Harvey returned last week
Miss Marie Louise Calway left this
week for Cincinnati, where she will
s|.end a few weeks.
Miss Kathleen Clark is expected
home from Virginia College the f'rst
Dr. Kuqua returned home Sunday
from Spartanburg. He is very much
improved in health.
Captain William Ingles returned
home Sunday from Roanoke.
I Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
South Boston. Ve., May 11.?Miss
Mary Slate left a few days ago for a
visit to friends in Charlotte. N. C, ana
Columbia. S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Lawson spent
several days in Richmond this week.
Mrs. YV. D. IIIU and Mrs. Fannie
Nelson are visiting relatives in Lynch
Mrs. W. 1. Jordan has returned from
a triji to in,; Eastern Shore.
Mrs. T. E. Armstrong has returned
from a brief visit to West Virginia.
Mrs. William Leigh, who has been
visiting her sister. Mrs. William Cun?
ningham, has returned to her homo In
F. L N'CSbtt an,i .1 \V. Lee, Jr., are
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee
Miss Olivia Shanner, <>:' Lynchburg,
is the guest of Miss Minnie Patterson
at this place.
Mrs II tl Lane has returned from
a visit to friends in Culpeper.
Mrs. J. w. Moseley, of Harrlsonburg,
is visiting relatives at this place.
Miss Pearl Wyche, of Greensboro, is
the guest of her sister. Mrs. W. II.
Luwson, on Main street. She has re?
cently returned from a trip abroad.
Mrs. John Wood. Miss Belle Harvey,
c.f this place, and Mrs. O. B. Olb30n,
of Clover, have returned from Rich?
mond, where they spent several days,
Mrs J. T. Parkinson, of Richmond,
was the guest of her father, Hon. .1.
A. Glenn, outing the week.
James Ingram and bride, of Dan?
ville, returned to Danville on Wed?
nesday evening, after a pleasant visit
lo relatives here.
UlaS ELEANOR MANN. OP HALEIUIL
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Farmvlllc, Va.. May 11.?On Tuesday
evening the Daughters or the Confed
eracy had their friends meet w'th
thorn in the home of Mrs. C. E. Chnp
pell, when a free-will offering was
made for the benefit of the annual
dinner to be given the ol<j Confed?
erates on Friday, May 31. Delightful
refreshments were sei veil and a pleas?
ant musical program tendered.
V. L>. Venable and bride arrived
Tuesday, and are in Hie home of Mrs.
Matth Leo Walker uittil arrangements
i an.mplc'.e,) foe their permanent
Mrs .lames W. Womack has return
I ed from a visit to her husband, who
Is in business in Suffolk.
I Miss Franklc MeKlnney has return
1 e,i home from a brief visit to friends
In New York.
I nr. Wolfe, ..f Washington, D. C has
been a recent guest "f friends in
Mrs. I. II. Williams, of Lynchburg,
is visiting her parents. W. II. and Mrs.
Jack Burton, of Newport News, has
been in Farmyllle during the week
shaking hands with his friends.
Mis. Frank Sawyers and infant
chilli, "f Greensboro, N. C, are guests
in the home of Samuel A. HonJurunt.
f Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Orange, Va., May ll.?Miss Roma
Muselton has returned from Baltimore.
She was at.npanled by her mother.
Mrs. Muselton, of Pittsburgh. They are
new in,- guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. C.
Mncon at "i'h.st nut Hill."
The Rev. Joseph Ware, of culpeper,
was the guest of the Misses Grtnnan
at "BrumplOn," In Madison county, on.
Miss Mattie Shreckhlse. of Staunton.i
was a in ek-einl guest <>f Mr. and Mrs. j
It W. 1>. Taylor at VVoodbcrry Forest.
Mr. and Mis. I). P. B. Marshall left
on Saturdnj for their home in Sher?
Mrs. Edwin Grlmslcy, of Culpeper, I
was the guest <?f Mr and Mrs. George!
I,. Browning the early part of this!
Miss Elsie Thrift, of Madison, spenl i
the week-end with Miss Elisabeth
Harry l.ee DOCkcrt, a student of
VVoodbcrry Forest School, is spending
a sheet Um,, at his home in Harrison
b'urg on account of sickness.
|ir. Frank G. Scott was In Richmon.i
for ;? few days this week.
Mis Butler and Miss Rutler. of
Wilmington. N. C. are the guests of
Mr a nd Mrs C. B Maddox.
Miss COra Winston, of Richmond.
s,,cnt the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Eugenia Coppey, who has spent
the winter in Washington, Is now the
guest of |)r. and Mrs. Lewis Holllday.
Sedan Jones has recently be/?n the
guest of Mr. an,) Mrs Henry Warren.
John Stalge Davis, of the University
of Virginia, was in Orange on Tucs
Mr and Mrs George T. Marshall.
Mrs. Mason, of Garden City. N. Y.:
Miss Evelyn Marshall and Newton
Marshall have recently been the guests
of Mr and ilr-s. KJindoipft je ? Esioute
vflle." Alt? marie ?-o?inty_
John X. Cole, of Woodberry Forest
spent Sunday In L>nrhburg.
Miss Dorothy rarke, of New York,
who has boon visiting/ Miss Dorathoa
Tatum, IcU for her homo on Thurs?
?Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Grey, Miss Allen
Grey and Master Leslie Grey arrived
in Orange on Monday, having motored
down rroin New York, and will spend
the summer at "Montabella," their
homo, near Orange.
[Special to The Times-1 lispab h. I
Highland Springs. Va.. May II.?The
congregational social, which was held
In the annex of the Methodist Church
Thursday evening, was largely attend?
ed, and every on,- enjoyed the oven*
|ng. which pass,-.! socially, music
being an attractive addition to the
program. Refreshments were served,
and the pastor, the Rev. P. O. Rlanton,
made an address.
"Gentlemen's Night" reception was
hold Friday evening In the Town Hull,
and a most attractive program was
rendered. The ofllccra Of the elllb were
on the receiving committee, and other?
wise added to tho pleasure of the
Kay Crudup and family left during
the past week for their now home,
near Petersburg, having sold their
property here to Mr. Ueasley, who
will move his family during the pres?
Mrs. Munro and Mrs. Marion Bead
attended the State Federation of Wo?
men's Chihs, held In Staunton during
the past week, where they represented
the Highland Springs Woman's Study
Club. Miss De Wolf also attended In
the capacity of auditor.
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer, of Boston,
Mass.. are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Smith at thi- "Tower House."
Mrs. Schools and daughters, Mrs.
Garnett ami Mrs. Dowllng, were
guests during the past week of Mrs.
Mr. McNamee, ol Lexington. Ky.,
and Mrs. Vaughn, of Philadelphia,
were entertained during the past week
lit the home of their sister, Mrs. p.
I., tieron. in Highland Springs.
Mrs. Heard. ?>! Williamsport. Pa.,
visited Mr. Hoensberger and family
during the past week.
MRS. CHARLES 1..VMRKTH,
?( ThomnavUlc, ooc of tbc scaaun'a bride*.