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for the Money
Try Seymour Sycle
Shoes thif-fall. They're
cheapest iu the end.
Girls and boys are hard on shoes.
To keep them well-shod economically
demands a pood quality of leather and
Bring the Boysl^
It pays to outfit them properly
before sending them off to school.
Give them styles that are becom?
ing.?they appreciate it. More
than that, give them shoes that
? >i table. Their health is
Get Expert Fitting
You'll Open your ryes when you
note the care and skill which goes
into the fitting of all shoes
even infants. Our men arc trained
to give "custom-service" in ready
to-wear shoes. You get their best
attention, no matter what you pay.
11 W. Broad
BIG STONE GAP
[(Special to The Times-Dispatch,]
Big .-'tone tiii|<. V.l., September 7.?
Miss Jarile Slcnvp, of Washington. D.
C, is visiting relatives and friends In
MrS; Jeffreys, MrS. Patterson and
Mrs. Reece, of Plnevllle, Ky. are visit?
ing Mis. B. L. Parks, at thu Monte
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Blue, St.. of fct.
Louis. Mo.i Mr. and Mrs. d F. Blue,
Jr.. of Detroit, Mich, and Mrs. Bereit
lield. of Detroit, are visiting Mr. and
Mrs G. L. NaSh
Miss Ueraldlne Proutty* of Cam?
bridge, Mass., secretary of Harvard
slimmer school, is visiting Mrs. Mayo
James Hodge has returned from a
visit of severs! months with relatives
in \Vareham, Mass. His niece. Miss
Glhbs. returned with him and will visit
him for several weeks.
Miss Irma Orr has returned home
after a visit of several weeks to her
sister, Mrs. Hugh H. till.son, of Rich?
Mis 1.. ii. Pettlt entertained Sev?
eral tables of auction bill .gu on Wed?
nesday alternooii in honor uf Her
cousin. Miss Emily Bullllt, of Louis?
Rut us a. Morrison has returned to
1:.. Gap after an extensive visit to
friends in Johnson City, Tonn . Bristol
arid Gate City.
.Mis', Helen Paly and Miss Mario
Rosenberg, of Torre Haufe, Ind., who
have been visiting Mrs. W. B Peek
for several months, have returned tu
Miss Gladys Wolfe and Miss Olga
Horton left Sunday night for floda,
where th-y will teach Ho- coming Ses?
Miss J?nt.'i Bailey returned from thel
Summer normal school at Harrison-1
burg Monday, and left (mediately for
Blackwood, where she w.ui t. a'tih the.
On Friday night Mrs. A. II. Reeder
entei-tain. ,1 Hie younger sei for her
son., Master a. lt. Reeder, Jr., with a
delightful dance. Delightful refresh
rr.. r.is were served. The following
Ku.sts Were prescht: Misses Ruby
Kemper, Anna Agec, Ruth Prcscott,
Helen Daly, ot Terra H?ute; Margaret
Pettit. Caroline Rh?n ... Jule Bulliti.
Louise Gnodlne and Josephine Kelly,
rind Vivian M.ouscr, Creed Kelly, .1.
A. Goodlce, Qcorge Rhoads. Henrv Mo
Cormlrk. Carlisle SUoon, Byron
Rhoads .jind Rowland Kemper.
f Special to The I'lnii s-Olspatch.]
B?ena Vista, Va.. September 7.?The
outlook for the opt nitig of the South?
ern Seminary, which takes place tie
last week In this month, Is very good,
and a large number "t students have
been enrolled. The building has 1.n
put in first elass condition and a num?
ber of Improvemnets have been made.
The public schools of the citv will
open next Thursday with largo en?
rollment, and a number ot changes In
Miss Klam Bobkerj *>iio has been
the gu. st o; Mrs A <'. Hopkins, has
returned to her home In Hampton.
Miss Ar.eia F.inhrre. who has been
spending the summer with Miss Lois
Embfec i. i irned to Boston this Week.
Mr. and Mrs E. I. Embree r.ro
Spending several -'.ays in Bristol.
Dr and Mi- Q T Divers, who have
been spending some time in Patrick
County, and Richmond; have it turned
-Mies Cwithmey, of Richmond, w-no
baa 1 < en f Miss Mary Rich
arson, has returned lb her home
Mr. and Mrs j. L T. Dlckinsbn have
wee k i
the guest of Mrs. W. .1 Wright at !
Hie Marlbrook several days' this week, i
Mrs. Emma II. Gold, who has been
spending some time in Stalinton, has
rctiirnea to the city for the winter.]
M. P. McKce left Sunday evening
for CharlotjtesVllle, where lie will,
make his hom< in the future.
Mrs. W. 1*. Lee and Miss Florence
Lee, of Lyrichburg, aie the guc6ts of |
Mrs. V, H. (.lolticr.
Dr. and Mrs E. H Howe, Miss Orra
Rowe and l";cnr Rowe have returned
from Bowling Green, where they BPellt
Mrs. W. T. I'aNton has returned from
Lewisburg, W. \"a , where she spent
Dr. a. Soiider, of Clifton Forge,
spent several days In ihe city this
week, the guest of his family.
[Special to The ilntcs-blsp?tch.j
Wythevllle, Vs., September 7.?The
closing german ot the season ?as givt n
by the German Club at Hotel Boyd, on
Tuesday evening. The german was I
led by Stuart CamptfCU, about twelve I
Mr. and Mrs 11. B. Mauptn have Is-I
sued Invitations for the marriage of 1
their daughter^ Daisy, to Dr. W. II,;
lilld.le, Jr., the martiaa- to take placed
at tin- home of the bride on Thursday
evening, September 1'-'.
(in Wednesday afternoon Mr?. Brown
<~a?sel! entertained the Wythe <iray
Chapter of the Daughters of the (Con-j
federacy ot her homo east of Wythe
Miss Nellie Powell, of Lynchburg, Is I
in. sues! of Mrs. Krank t.'haftln at
"Glen Allem" |
Rev. W. A. Hall, who has cecepted I
a call to Suffolk, left this week for
his new home, accompanied by his.
Mrs. Harris Alien and little son.
Hampton, of New York. Mrs Yerkes
and daughter, of Norfolk, who have
been ?he b tint me r guests of Mrs Thqs.
R Dew, have returned to their homes.
Mrs. Edith Priest, of Washington,
has returned home after si visit to
her mint. Mrs. Whiter wiikersun, at
Rev, M. P, Logan, of SI Ann's. Nasn
ville. left (6r his charge Monday after
spending his vacation In Wythevllle,!
as the iui.'si of friends, '
Mr. ?and Mrs. Wiilinm Wllklns, of
Detroit, who are spending the summer
with Colonel Wi i' Moore, were called
to Philadelphia Friday by the deata
of Mr Wilklns's sister; Miss Annie
?|>. B. Owen; of South Boston, is
Visiting Henry Dew.
Miss Bessie Ryiand, of Richmond,
arrived In Wythevllle Saturday and
will spend several weeks with Miss
Mii Rohen Toner. Mrs. Richards
and Mis.- Richards, after spending the
slimmer at "Ihgleslde," have returned
to Oa|nesvmo, Fla.
' .Mis?; Maggie Randolph, of Baltimore,
Is thf guesl of Mrs R, .1. Preston, at
[Special to Tin- Time*.Dispatch.]
Lrewe; Va.| September 7.?('. D. Shu
1 mate leaves sun.lay for t Road Mas
??i Contention in Bdftalo, N. V.
j Mit Shumate will have ,.n the same
day for a visit to her parents at Ripple
I The Plckctt'-Stuarl Camp, of Notto
I way, will hold its annual reunion at
i i. i, Septembei 14. Governor Wil?
liam Hodges Mann will make an ad
| dress. Preparations are being made
i for a large crowd, for which ample
I entertainment will i.e provided,
i Kirk Richardson will leave SOoh for
I Richmond College.
Mrs Harry Manson, who hat? heen
! spending the summer a' her country
. home hoar here, has returned to her
itonu in r. 1.1sbiirg.
Mis-.- Nannie and H?h Nicholson
InhVe returned fioni California.
WOMAN'S IDEAL LAX?TWEB"
DELICIOUS "SYRUP OF FIGS"
Gentlj cleanses your stomach, liver and 30 feet <?f bowels with?
out gripe i?r nausea Ends headache, biliousness,
gastritis and constipation.
Constipated-rsJtnpb bccuu-e ihr, ?Irin't i
exercise, enough^ They don!l ? ,
the liver and thirty it> ; of bowel' tive;
next be,hl way is delightful, fruity Syi it>
of I if
? Nearly all ill- of women can be ovci
tome with .*?> rup -.1 I i; ulour I'liete i
no need to hau- .-irk headai he, bat kaclie, ?
dizziness, stomach sour and lull ,.f gase..-,
bilious ipelU, sallowness, coated tongti
bad breath, bad complexion, nervousnr, i
and depression. The surest and safest rem?
edy is one or two teaspoonfuls of delicious
Syrup of Figs. Trv thi:, to night?you'll
(eel splendid in the ir.j ning when the
in.iltor have been gently but thoroughly !
moved on and out t youi ?ysterhi with?
out nausea, unpin? o weakness. V?df
licad will be ?. if.tr. complexion rosy,
breath sweet, stomach regulated; no more
? mstipat on. gases, pains and ache.
It is simply a matter of keeping your
si mat h. liver and bowels clean and rega?
in Then you will always be well?al
Kite and ierl \ .,ur best.
Hut k*1' 'l>r genuine the old reliable
? it druggi ? for ''Syrup bl Figs and
I llxii 61 Senna " Rclitsc, with 1 onternpt,
o-cilled Kig1 Syrups sometimes sub?
stituted to Idol vou The true, genuine,
I < ,.- the name ' alifornta I i? Syrup Com?
pany; look lor tint on the label.
MADAM >IAV HAMAtiBR-IIEVNK,
Roahoko has drawn together In the)
lust few years unite a goodly com?
pany of mtlslCal people, the leaven
that will lighten the luaf and In time
make the Mottle City. aft?-r Richmond,
the musical centre of the State.
The most gifted and brilliant, the
most highly eulttvnted member of
Roanoke's musical circle is Madam
May Homaker-Heyne, late of Theatre
lies Westers. Rerlln. where, for three
years, she sang In grand opera, and
won by her beautiful voice and ar?
tistic singing, a warm pluee In the
affections 61 the mustc-loving public,
and high praise from musical critics.
Madam Homaker-Heyne is also a
brilliant artist as a violinist and pian?
ist, and as a woman, is all that could
?? asked In the compounding of a
musical artls-t?all save adequate phy?
sical strength to meet the nervous
strain incident lo ft stage career. Not
yet thirty-four. Madam Heyne has
youth, magnetism, charm?attraction
that Is mental, spiritual and physical.
She Is vivid in personal appearance
and temperament, her richness of
coloring, wealth of auburn tresses,
and expressive brown eyes bespeaking
her warmth of heart. Vivacity of man
tier, and large capacity for feeling.
May Homakor?-for that was her
name prior to her marriage-?was born
of a musPal family at Vlncenes, In?
diana. Musical instruments were her
play things, and Bit* Studied under her
hiothei and her uncle, Max Brownold,
at an early age. When nine years
old, she had made such prognss with'
the violin that sh<- was received as a
pupil by Hi nest Bauer, of the New (
York Philharmonic society, and studied
under liltn four years.
sue then went to Berlin to study and:
was accepted at the Royal lllifh Schoul I
of Music, while only fourteen years
old, although, by nil,- of the Institute.
SttidehtS were not admitted under six-I
teen. A few months la'ter, she won nj
scholarship foi tour years- Instruction
in the school, .'rem which she gradii- !
uted at eighteen. During this time
she studied the violin under the groat
Joachim and Jacobson, piano under
carl Heymanh-Relncckoj and theory
and harmony, history of, music, en?
semble, tone-si i. nee, sight reading,
etc. under famous Instructors.
Meanwhile, it was discovered that
nature had given to little Miss llo
maker the most perfect of all Instru?
ments for the interpi'etatl?n of melody
a vole. - and she Studied voice und< r
Mesdarhes Blanche Carelll, Nlcklass
Kcmpher and Erhelle Her tog, of the
Ro> al i ipei a, B< I 1111.
Among th.- i op s lilted by Miss Ho
maker at Theatre Des Westers were I
Ncdda, in --Pn gllacel," Marie, In I
"Daughter ..f tt.< Regiment, and Vlo
Ptta. in '"Traviata." She also sii-.k
a leading n>.e in "The Merry Wives of
A brilliant future spread before the)
gift.-d young American, 'tit the ner?
vous strain "f the stage told upon her
health and she gave It up for a
teacher s career,
Returning to America, she accepted
a 'position as .int. t.-r ..f the voice
and violin depart merits ..f Wilson's
College for Women, at Chambersbtirg,
Pa., which she held for three years.
Sue then Joined her uncle, Max!
Brownold, In Roanoke, where she j
taUght lor tine- years, when the lure!
ot her ait led liei again to New York.]
IP re she substituted in the choirs of'
man) of tin- big churches and syno-|
gogucs, tot which she was especially
titled, (ot th.- reason that she sings in!
Latin, Italian. Hebrew, and German as '
will as English. Sue also sang In
concert at > Arnagle Hall, Mendi Isobn
Hall, at in. Waldorf Astoria. etc..]
winning Inrrola as sue did abroad.]
Albert Mlldenberg, composer and h<-ad
of the Metropolitan Opera School, be-I
Came much inter, sled in her voice and
wished her to go to Milan with him
! But again the heryous Strain was
too much for her Health and she de
1 elded to return to Roanoke. putting
? loin her the Milan oifet and her work
in the Metropolis.
Madam Heyne is an Intimate ft lend
..f Maid Powell. They lived In the
snim town when Madam Heyne was
I a ilttlc giii. ai..; when iiied >?f prac
ticltig hei vioim. she would go to Maud
] PoWell'S I.oil.-. Slid sit on tli. ?P.oi st. p
! loi hours, listening to the great vlo
I linkst as sin- pae.-d the ilooi and played,
..ji? tin) Madam Powell saw tr..- child
j and brought lot in. making hit play
for her, and their Irlcndsntp dates
! fi om that 11 me.
Though M .-??tu tit Homaker-lllyho's
chici wiit is in i vi>i? ? ?. .-in' plays brii
Itantly, exquisitely, oti both the violin
Bljft pluii?, hlid has lately untied the
organ to hei Hat -if accomplishments.
,->hu u d< Ilgiitf uliy companionable,
very popular socially, and .i.-..,i> In
leicstcd In Ihe musical culture or
Itoanokc. Tin- ells 18 moat fortunate
in having won so gifted an artist a a
J. W. il.
l Spectul t<> The Tlnh s-Ulspateh.]
Uoraoha vtlie, V.l. September ???
Misses N ina and Kutii GUIum, of Mad
!>??!. Mills, have been spending m?
wok with their sister. Mrs. James 1_
Kaber, in ti.< city.
Miss Lila Bernard, after a pleasant
visit of ten days-, thr guest ot Miss
Ivdna Kaber, has returned to her homo
w w Brock, of Richmond, was it
vlsltoi several days this week at tho
hoir.i of Mrs Mollie Mneed
Mr an i Mis Charlie Batighan, of
t'llfton Korge, have been spending tho
week with the former's slater, Mrs. P.
M Goodwin, in the city.
Mrs. E. si. Jesnup, of Hi hrnanrt, spent
Our Pleasing Terms Make Pleasant Faces
The influence of pleasant home surroundings is a mighty factor in upbuilding character, just as a smiling face
is the index of the care-free mind within. Dreary, cheerless rooms convey no happy thought, dispel no doubt or fear.
Now bravely steps up Credit, enabling ALL to live within the circle of pleasant home surroundings. The monthly pay?
ments are small - you'll scarcely feel or not cc them.
$19.50 Brass Beds
527.50 Brass Beds
$34.00 Brass Beds
$37.50 Brass Beds
$10.00 Brass Beds
S25.00 Parlor Suites
S30.00 Parlor Suites
S10.00 Parlor Suites
$60.00 Parlor Suites
$00.00 Parlor Suites
$3.5.00 Parlor Suites
550.00 Parlor Suites
S65.00 Parlor Suites
$70.00 Parlor Suites
$ 1 7 5.00
$15.00 Buffet3. $9.75
$35.00 Buffets. $24.75
$6 50 Dining Tables
$10.00 Dining Tables
$15 00 Dining Tables
S20.0t Dining Tables
$50.00 Diriine Tables
$1.25, now .. 83c
$1.50, now . $1.16
$2.50, now . .$1.68
SI 25, now . $2.98
$7.50, now . $4.48
S7.50, now . .$4.48
$2.50, now . ,$1.46
$3.25, now . .$1.98
S I ? ? ?. hi iw . $1.95
S; ? . hoi* . $2.50
$5 50, nrtW $4,25
$9.50 up to
FROM 30c UP TO $1.75 PLR YARD
FROM 12 _c UP TO 40c PER YARD
i We "Furnish !
3-piece Parlor Suit!
was $25, Special!
$30 00, now
$16.00 S12.0 . a
$22.50 $ is ?
^ Same Name
Same Address Under New Management
J. D. CLOTHIER, Pres. and Treas. E. T. BURCH, JR., Vice-Pres. J. A. PARRISH, Secy.
Hopkins Furniture Co., Inc.
NO. 9 WEST BROAD STREET
several days tr.ls week with Mis6"s
Bettle and Llllte Faber.
Mrs Baayc Killers and little son. of
Washington, base been spending th^
week with Mrs. M J. Dowln.
Bolen C. farter, of Clifton Forge,
was .1 visitor several days t!\ls week
at the home of I? J; Faber.
Marvin Rubank, 61 Washington, has
been spending the week with hi? par?
ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Eubank, near
Dr. Isaac Curd was a Richmond
Mis. C n Leckey has been spending
the week with Mrs. a D. Beckham, lit
Greensboro, X. She attended the mar-1
riage of hi-r brother there.
Misses Ruby and Marti? and Master I
Ed Kaulconer, alter a visit <?f several'
days to their aunts. Misses Josephine]
and N irm Faulconer, returned to |
their home in Oreensbor?, X. (J., on
Wednesday, accompanied by Miss Agues j
Mis Anna Downer has returned from
a visit to friends at Orange.
Mrs Mc Allster, of West Point, Is on]
a visit to Miss Ballte Boston, at "Hl?'k
W. W. Briggs and daughter, of
Orange, were Oordonsvtlle visitors this i
Miss El III? Smith, of Richmond, has'
arrived, to spend some days with Miss
(Special to The Tlm.-s-Dispatch.] ,
Berryvllle, Va. September 7.--Dr.
Charles Ware, of st. Louis, Mo.. Is
visiting hi- sister. Mrs, .lames McGuIre,
Mrs. Samuel Parkins, of Stauntoii,
and Miss Ella Staley, of Baltimore, Md.,
are guests of Mrs. Jacob War Ion, pear
Ret', Arthur Gray, Jr., of Amherst,
is u guest at the home of Mrs. Wil?
Miss Rose McDonald, of Alexandria,
spent last week with relatives .it
Frank ford," near town.
Lyric McCornlck, ot Annapolis. Md..
has joined his parents at "Clerindnt."
Miss M. w. Blackburn, of Alexandria,
Is visiting Mrs. E. M. Strlbllhg,
Mi and Mrs Phil Lee. of Norfolk,
.ii. visiting tin- Misses Lee nn West
Miss Dorothy Ware, of Shepherds
town. W. Va.. spent last week at "Pur?
lin in "
Arthur Gordon, of New Vork. was a
guest at "Arcadia," the home of Col?
onel and Mrs. S. S. Thomas this week.
Mr. ami Mrs. Eric Miller, who have
been visiting Mrs Miller's par.tits. Mr.
and Mis. A. Moon, have returned 10
their home in Madison, WIs.
Surgeon W. 11. Grove, United Mates
Navy, stationed ai Washington, D, ?'..
was the guest of his sister, Mrs. P. II.
Powers, this week.
Baldwin Nelll has received au ap?
pointment to the Naval Academy, at
Annapolis, Md.. and Is now at the L'o
lumbln Preparatorj School, In Wash?
ington, P. C
Miss Norn Moore left this week for
Cullman. Ala., and Miss Lydia Moor.-,
for Romney, w. Va., aftei spending Hiu
su.arher with their sister, Miss Jane
Mi. .lohnS Goldsmith lelt this week
THE COOK'S PRIDE
for her hom<-. in Birmingham, Ala., af?
ter spending sonv? weeks with her
parents. l>r. and Mrs R P Pace.
Mrs, French Thompson ir spending
this week In Cumberland, Md . with h?r
datighter, Mis. Granvllle Shirley.
Mrs. \V. I. Baldwin, of Norfolk, Is
at the home of ?'. ICoilhSl?r.
Mr. and Mrs. R. s. B. Smith ha\e re?
turned from OcoaTi Beach Miss Anno
Riddle, of Norfolk, v.l. accompanied I
[Special to The Times-lilspatchl]
Winchester. Va.. September 7.?Mr.
and Mis. .1. C. llltchman, of Chicago/
have bet n spending some lime in town!
wit i, friends.
Captain George W. Knits and hU|
da ighters, Misses Elisabeth and Vir?
ginia Kuril'., have been visiting rela?
tives oiling the past week in Cum
Mrs. E. V. Weems and her daughter.
Miss Clara Weems; have been visiting
friends In Baltimore and Washington
Mrs. William R. Willis and her sis?
ter. Miss Marv llolgfon. and Mrs Net-]
tie Ryan, who have been on a visit
of several months to relatives and1
friends in the North went and Little
River. Kan., returned to their homes
:??!??? on Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spates and chil?
dren have returned from a visit to rel?
atives at Rockvllle, Md.
Rev. .1. Ii. Lacy. I). D. has returned
from a week's trip to Gastonia, N. C.
MISS Katharine R. Glasi a:.! Mrs.
Ada SommerV|lle Matcher have return?
ed from an extended European trip.
Mrs. II. le Kuller returned this week
from Atlantic City and Martlhsburg,
W. Va., where she has been spending
Mrs. l ied L? Glalzo, who has been
spending some tun.- at Atlantic City,
Miss Glass returned several days
since to Chicago, after spending some
time at the home of Mrs. Nancy Lee
Mrs. Kleids and Mrs Collins who
have been visiting their sister, Mrs.
?lohn Stcphenson, have returned to
Mrs. .lohn Randolph Graham, of New
York, left this week for Baltimore,
after visiting Dr. and Mrs. Julian K.
Ward and other relatives and friends.
Mr .and Mrs. Join, il. CVinnlngham
and thep,- daughter. Miss Cunningham
and Mis:' Bessie Shrlver, of Westmin?
ster, Mil., wer. on a motoring trip to
! this city the enriy part of the week.
Mrs. Margaret K. Howard, who has
been visiting at the home of Mr. mid
I Mrs. Harry M. Baker, returned to New
i York s. verai days since.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald N. Gllpln, who
[arrived from England soyoral days ago,
and who hnve since been visiting Hi"
llnttcr's mother, Mrs. Robert Dlxon, ot
Boston, are expected to pp. :id the
greater portion of the fall season at
i Kcaleby, the new Oilpln home, near
: Bovee. Carke County.
Mrs W. P. Semple. of Louisville. Kv.,
.Mine this week to visit her mother,
Mrs. Gibson widow of former United
Slates Senator Charles s. Gibson, of
Maryland, who has an apartment here
( ir the fall season.
Mrs John Mump, who was formerly
Mlfis Ohl. has returned to Norfolk., af?
ter visiting at the home of Dr. and
Mrs P W. Bovd.
Mrr Ion Tereetta. of Baltimore. Is
at the bom,, of the Misses McCartney.
Mlnse? El!n and Rosa peltz. of Bal?
timore, are vlaltlnsr their, brothcr-ln
lew and eistet. Mr and Mrs. W. II.
1 Miss ICelghtley Berry, who has bacn
visiting Mr. and Mrs, a li Berry, hna
returned ir, Duray
Miss .\d? Thatcher has gone on a
visit to relatives .it Fairmont. W*. Va
Mrs George N Heroen has returned
from a visit to her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr and Mrs, Charles VV,
Beall, at Rockvllle, Md.
Mrs. it S. Dowriell and her son have
returned to Wilmington. Del., after
spending the greater portion of the
summer In town.
[Special to The Tlmea-Dlspatch j
Fork Union. Septemher 7. ? Misses
Dollle and Llille Holland, of Richmond,
aft.-r visiting relatives here, ha v. :???
Mr. and Mrs T. P.. Daniel, of Wet
don, N. C, made a brief visit to
Mrs. Kdlblj Snead and children, of
l'.irhmond, made a brief visit to rel?
atives at White Rock, the home of
the late Dr O. 11. eineaO.
rtev. a. L? Shumate; pastor of the
Fork and Rothe! churches, will leave
for the uouisvllle Seminary to continue
.Some of the Richmond people who
were recent guests here were Miss
Rebecca Hardwlek, Miss Marlam Mc
Graiv, Miss Jean McOraw.
Mra Green and children, of Surry
County, ?re vlsitlnt relatives here
Mrs. Judge Lanford. of Oklahoma,
formerly .Miss Lucy Lee Jones, la visit?
ing ai Oarysbrook.
Campbell Jones, of Montlcello, Kj ,
Is visiting his former homo here.
Jeter Perkins, of Dayton; O. and
family are on a visit to their former
home near here.
Miss Alle,. Strange, of Richmond;
and Miss Fanny Terry, of Richmond,
are on a visit to their homes
Philip VA'Inn has left for West Vir?
ginia to ennace in business.
[Special ?o The Tlmes-Dtspatchj
Malvem Hill, Va? Septembre 7.?The
regular monthly meeting ot the Sewing
Society of Westover Church met with
Mrs. J. 11. Oliver, und Mrs A. C. Bsans
ford, at 'Shlrley-on-the-Jamcs" 'j?f* i I
i day. Among tue members preset^ were
McsdatnCB T. C. Harrison, S. A. Clark.
H. T. Harrison, 3. M. Bell, J. A. Clark,
IS. R. Harrison. Misses Site and Eliz?
abeth Carter, Cora Orecloy. Emily
Harrison, Jcatl S Clark, Sue and Mamie
i Ruffln, Salllo Catlett, of Gloucester.
After all business hud been attend?
ed to and a delicious luncheon oh.
I Joyed, with their hostess, the society
adjourned to meet in October wltii
I Mrs. II. S. Saunders, at "Ppper s-hlr
j Mrs. .1. a. Clark and son, T. W.
? 'lark, of Hardens, spent Tuesday and
: Wednesday of this week in Richmond.
Richard Saunders, of Richmond, is
spending several weeks at Bucklahd,
.sto.k farm during the absence of his
brother, e. A. Saunders. third, who Is
at the White Sulphur Springs.
Mrs a. li. Bransford, who spent the
months of July and August at Wcr
nersvllle. Pa . returned to her home,
??Shirley." on Saturday.
Mit.-. .Mary Randolph farter and
brother, C. Hill Carter, of 'IIirii Hills,'1
left last week for New York City,
where they uro visiting relatives.
1 Special to The Tlmes-Plspaten.')
P?whatan. v.v. September f.?Mr. and
Mrs. John Grubbs, of Richmond, were
the recent guests of Mrs R. D. Tucker.
! Miss Susie Reynolds, of Woodland
Heights, In visiting relatives In the
village tins week
Mrs Richard Relrt, of Richmond, is
visiting her mother, Mrs. T. M. Miller,
Miss Laura Blanton, "f Richmond,
Is the guest of Mrs. K. ,s Flanagan
Mrs. Paul Llpscohib, of this place, Is
visiting her parents In King and
C, L Flanagan has returned to
Richmond after spending several flays
wttli his mother here.
Mrs. Early arid litt:.- son, Reniamln,
are the guests of Mrs. F. M. Miller this
Miss Laura Owen. ?.f South Rich?
mond, war. the recer.t guest >.f Mis^
Miss Daisy Go ode was the recent
guest of relatives In the village.
Mrs. Oscar Thraves. of N'owata, Okla.,
Is visiting re!atl\.-.- here.
Miss Mamie Sledd. of RPhniond. was
the recent guest of her brother here.
Clifford .1 Flanagan was the week?
end gu.-st of relatives ... I ??
R. E Reld spent the week-end with
relatives in th,- village.
How Can I Work
Through the Long
i Thousands arc .-.nine; this.
i If you have to toil and swelter
away in the 'not cirv remember
[THE TOXINS Of FATIGUE
ARK IN THE BLOOD.
' If you can't take a vacation,
It is the next best thine- to fresh
air and rest for the hot, tired
worker. It will give your body,
nerves and brain strengt Ii tu stand
the heat. It will remove the fiery
acids from your blood.
"Milam is better than a trip to the
springs." - -(.'.co. 1.1. Crater, Greensboro.
"Milam i-= a splendid body-builder, and
lias relieved me of acid in my svstein."?
Mrs. S. E. Keck, Danville, Va.
"This is the first spring and summer
I have enjoyed in years, thanks to
Milam."?Miss Winhifred Posten, Roa-j
Mil.AM BEN KITTS OVER,
98 PER CENT. OF THOSE,
WHO TAKE IT. (ACTUAL!
Ask your druggist.