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(r /regent, presided, and J was a large turnout of the "" irs. The hostess served derefreshments during a hour which was observed. ? I-cglon Will Meet r Presbyterian Legion will 2 t 2 o'clock tomorrow aftert the church parlors of the terian Church. A good atee has been requested. r Have Picnic * proprietors and employes 1 J. L. Hall Hardware Store c ,eir annual picnic and out- J iterday evening at a grove I Fairview. The affair was ? id this year to celebrate * :hday, anniversary of Willis 1 , bookkeeper for the firm. 1 rty, some forty in number, 1 >-the grove in automobiles f trucks, carrying with them led lunclf baskets. Lunchs enjoyed during the evend games of baseball and 1 hoes and ring games were 1 The party went ,to the ] it 5:30 and returned here , 0. The guest included offi- 1 mployes of the firm and 1 imilies. , In Pittsburgh. < H. V. Hesse, who left this eek ago lor Cleveland. Ohio, f he underwent an operation j remoyal of a goitre, has re- J nicely from the opera- . 1 As now In Pittsburgh at , ^Bffijipl^iUiani Penn, where she is re j Donble Announcement. ' The following announcement puh- j MKisbetl in a Pittsburgh paper will ifbe. of interest to local people: B| "Miss Margaret Berryman and . Jf^Mjss; Ina Connelly, members of the ' ^ggrtMiiatitig class of the Pehnsylva J nia College for Women, gave a tajjfnjtheon at the college Monday to } Bft^nS|thce' the engagements of theit MFdjinmates, Miss Mary Jane Du- 1 BjffiyPand Miss .Beulah Boggess to c Hyfeh-' Weaver and Russell S. Cof^K$h&fter. Miss Dulany is the ? HPfc?^iter of Mr.- and Mrs. R. F. ? j^wDlifwhy of McKeesport. After the ^Mvedding, which will take place at t Wlhe. "bride's home Saturday, .June i ^ $4. Mr. and Mrs. "Weaver will, after 1 MK. . short visit to the home of the l ^Pkroom's parents in Texas, reside in , fSWIlson, Okla. Miss Boggess is the j li daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bee Bog | go sr. of Shinnston. W. Va., and will . nbe 'married there in the late sutn-jj gm'ei&T- Mr. and Mrs. Coffindaffer 1. KaUl> live in Richmond. Va.. where ' ^HKfc'ifG.6ffindaffer_ will pursue his Ij in tiie Kicnmona mcuitm ? k Entertains Class. 1 3 Susie Smith was hostess c vening at her home at 1016 r. street to the members ol * unday school class, the Sun- f Maidens. The guests includ- I s officers and committees. A f iss session was held, and this I illowed by a social'hour, dur(vhich refreshments were The guests numbered foureturn From Honeymoon. 1 and Mrs. Clarence Primm. I marriage at Cumberland. < 'as an event of June 6, have J ed from an automobile tour : h the valley of Virginia and 1 ^Virginia Coast. They visit- : Norfolk, Newport News and 1 cities. They went in com-1 vith Mr. and Mrs. Guy Davis t Bridge street, this city. Mr. rs. Primm are residing tern- ; y with the^ former's mother, i 'oebe Primm, at her home in 1 md avenue. Mrs. Primm was i ly Miss Flossie McCullough.j htertaining Bible Class Thomas Walter Fleming j L entertain the members of I K the Florence Kinney Bible Class! Kpigfe.^a^iernobii at tea" at her home ^Epa^JFirst -street. Golf Tomorrow ft-;-. The ladies' weekly golf tourna^OpSient will be held tomorrow mornHuftaiat 10 o'clock at the Fairmont PwpOTKitry Club. Playing will begin t at'TO o'clock, and lunch will be IK'-,:served, following the games HtTteservations for the lunch must jbe^n to MiSs Blanche Colburn by HfO'So^ock tomorrow.' Interest in B^e^.^mrnament increases with Meeting Postponed Ht/^The meeting of the L. E. T. Hub to have been held today has ^^H%en indefinitely postponed. '"'^bns 'win lie made tomorrow K j*/eyenlns at the meeting of the i B Asher Business Girls Bible Class : H to be held at the Y. W. C. A. at : B 5:45 for the picnie to be held at. B1; the river icamp of Miss Helen Neill ' B on the Valley River. This wiil be H the last^ regular meeting of the J Society Will Meet. BB ;;;Tho. Ladies' Aid Society of the Temple will meet tomorro\y The Misses Mildred, Martha and BM|pStaiices;Haymond are entertaining Wednesday Bridge Club this < BM|jS6^ponv:at Shadyside, their home, j B^^Kefal tables were to be used in ^Rgjg bridge. following the serv- i Krlct and pink ramblers pro- t omlnated in the decorations for a umoer bridge of attractive aplointments at which Mrs. Howard V. Showalter was hostess yesieray afternoon at Peacock % Farm, lixty guests were entertained, and ables were arranged in the living ooms. The guests included a pary of Mannington women. A lunchon was served at the conclusion f the games. * m m * Returns Home Miss Loraine Altmap/who hart" >een a student at the Shenendpah. jchool at Dayton, Va.. has returnid here to spend the summer with ler mother. Mrs. J. M. Altman. jhe was accompanied here by her :unt, Mrs. C. WV Greitzner of Vesternport, Md? Mrs. Greitzner ttended commencement at the jhenendoah College and Miss Altnan stopped in Westernport for l visit. + - w m m Return Rome Mr. and Mrs: "William J. "Wiegel eturned this morning from 'oughkeepsie, N. Y., where they lad attended commencement at /assar College, from which their laughter, Miss Mary Moulds durst, was graduated on Tuesday. /Irs. William Moulds. Miss Hurst's fraudmother, who also attended :he commencement exercises, is low visiting her sister, Mrs. S. iV. Lord at Somerville, "N. J., and Hiss Hurst is the guest of a ichool friend at Greenwich, Conn. m m m e. & p. w. ciub The monthly supper and busiless meeting of the Business and Professional Women's Clubs was leld last evening at the Y. W. C. with more than fifty members n attendance. Supper was served, 'ollowing which an interesting program was observed, with Miss Dorcas Prichard, president of the irganization, presiding. Interesting features of the program included a group of songs by /PI 1 dTT^Urt? ? VIrs. UUitncs vv cj.ii.ci <v auucn a iew member of the club, accomlanied by Miss Kathorine Moore, vlrs. Waddellsang several selecions and was obliged to respond o a persistent encore. Mrs. James lobinson of Washington. D. C., die guest of Miss Virginia Lee Fleming, also delighted her hea: rs when she sang sweetly two selections accompanied by Miss VIoore . ,\ Plans were discussed for the naional convention of the business vomen to be held at Chattanooga, Tenn, June 10 to 16. It is probable hat four or five will attend the :onvention from this city. The new constitution was taken p, and several by-laws amended md accepted by the club. . Miss Iucie Ford, chairman of he convention committee, gave an nteresting forecast of the trip to >e taken to the convention by the oca! aggregation, and further Mans for the trip were left in the lands of the committee. The July meeting of the club vill be held at the river camp of diss Lena Hamilton, and plans ire being made to make this a nost enjoyable event. Miss Winifred Murphy the newly ippointe dcorresponding secretary vas introduced to the club' and jresided at the meeting in Jbat :apacity. Miss Cora Wheeler, chairman of he membership committee, reportid the following': new members: drs. Arthur Stealey, Mrs. R. A. 5hurtleff. Miss Hazel Bock and diss Virginia Snider. * Attending Commencement Mrs. J. W. Devison and daughter, Miss Josephine Devison. of Brant Town are on an automobile trip to New Lexington Ohio, where they attended the commencement exercises at St. Aloysius Academy, Erom which Miss Olive Lee Devison was graduated yesterday. Mrs. Devison and daughters will spend several days at Buckeye Lake, Ohio, before returning home. # * * * Return Home Charles E. Bartlet of Shinnston and daughter, Mrs. James O. Watson, and the latter's daughter, Miss Eleanor Watson, have returnad from French Rick Springs, Ind. where they spent the past twc weeks. + * '* Rig Dance Much interest is being taken in the dance of the local lodge of Elks to be held tomorrow evening in Ravine Park owing to the fact ihat the "Melodylane Syncopators" oC McKeesport will furnish the dance music. * * ? ? Heaving Friday Dr. and Mrs. Leroy D Howard are leaving Friday for Uniontown Pa., where they will be joined be the former's brother, Dr. Alfrec Howard, and Mrs. Howard, and they will attend the annual con vention of the Kiwanis. They will be absent ten days. Other loca people will also attend the convention. * * * * Pea vine City Mr. and Mrs. James H. Bakes and family are leaving today foi Worchester, Mass., where tliej will reside. They had been residents of this city for a number ol years occupying property at Virginia avenue and Second street Mr .Baker will retaoin business in terests which will bring him back to this city frequently, but his main business will De in w.u re neater. Mrs. Baker is a sister of Mrs Harry B. Clark of Peacedal Farms. j Social Calender Wednesday. The annual Sunday school picnic it the Grace Lutheran Church wil! be held at 3 p. m. in- Loop Park. The Girls' Friendly Society o! :he Christ Episcopal Church wil neet at 7:30 in the rectory. Mrs. J. M. Smith will entertain he Woman's Home Missionary ol :he Diamond Street Methodist >. i' ' ' as we* \ m. in her home in Barnes street. The Ladles Aid Society of the Methodist Protestant Temple will meet at 2 p. m. In the church parlor. ' " The Ladles' Aid Society of the ! M. P. Temple will meet at 21 o'clock at the church. I The ladles* golf tournament win be held at the Country Club. The Tuesday -Bridge Club will give a dinner in the Country Club at 7 p. m., the husbands of the members being the honor guests. A dance- will be given from 9 p m. to 1 a. m. in Ravine Park by the dancing committee of the Elks. al. of the Elks and their friends being invited. . A lawn fete will be given at 7:30 p. m. by the Christian Endeavor Society of the Grace Lutheran Church. All the members of the intermediate and young people's department of the First Methodist Episcopal Sunday school have been asked to meet at S p. m. in the church, at which time special plans will be made lor some outdoor events. From 5 to S p. m. the Ladies' Aid Society of the Diamond Street Methodist Episcopal Church will give a social and serve a chicken dinner in the social room of the church. ^Friday. The Winona Bible Class will meet at 7:30 p. m. in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Arnett in Short avenue. Mrs. J. S. Cunningham will entertain the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the Methodist Protestant Temple at 7:30 p. m. In her home in Guffey street. [ PERSONALS | Louis Core, Paul Rogers, Harold Kaufmann and Mrs. Anne Cox and Miss Margaret Rogers and Miss Katherine Alger motored here last evening from Morgantown and spent the evening with friends. Tbp Glavds and Bula Haas left Saturday for a visit to I various mountain resorts. Mrs. Hass and daughter. Miss Gwen-1 dolyn, will join them there iater. j Among relatives and friends | here yesterday for the funeral of Luther Haymond McKinney, which was held yesterday afternoon, were: Clayton McKinney, Springport, Ir.d.; Clarence Shrib| er, also of Springport; Airs. 1 Charles Gray, Muncie, Ind.; Mrs. j I.Curt Bogges3, also of Muncia, I Ind.; Aliss Roxanna McKinney, .Homestead. Pa.; Mrs. Pete Hault, Duquesne. Pa.; Karl McCarty, Clarlcsburg; John/Springer, Fleniington, and,Mr. and Airs. Chanes Scriber, Alorgantown. Among local young men who will attend the West Virginia University summer school are Paul and Hugh Jones and Arthur Michie. The. Rev. :and Airs. Walter Alexander of Pindley. Ohio, are spending several days in this city, the guests" Of-Air? and-Airs. Glenn Barnes at-their home on First: street. ' " ' :} A daughter was born on Alon-I day tp AIr> and Mrs? O. A. Cleyenger at their home on Wabash street. Aliss Atartha Hetzler of Fairmont avenue has gone to Connellsville and Alt. Pleasant, Pa., for a visit with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Summers are spending several days in Clarksburg. | John O. Morgan was here this 1 ? --- ?? T ,aVp 1 ] WeeK UU UUMUCDB -?v. ? Park, Md., where with his family he is spending the summer. Mrs. J. J. Montgomery of Wheeling is the guest of her mother-inlaw, Mrs. Margaret Montgomery, at her home in Walnut avenue. Raymond Mancher of St. Louis. Mo., was a business'visitor in this city yesterday. j Miss Elizabeth Koletka, a teacher in the' Fairmont High School, returned to her home in Huntington recently and is starting at this time on a tour of the West. Mrs. W. G. Reese has returned to her home at Drift. Ky., after a visit here with her father, M. H. Earnes. She came here to accom1 pany her daughter. Miss Dorothy, home. Miss Dorothy spent the winter here where she attended schoo'. Mrs. James Wade of Wilmington, ' Del., is the guest of her mother, Mrs. N. C. Dickerson, at the home >' of her daughter, Mrs. Jacob Snider on Carleton street. Mrs. P. H. Shields of Clarksburg, a sister of 1 i B | ON OLD A BIG TW 1 Speaking by I (Thursday 15th) H. C. Ogden 1 ?and ? James B. Parrott Free Band < H m;.i?j. lU ~ + T I JLlUKCtS UU SOW 4X1* UlC JL erly Heck Mai-tin's, ar - ton. \ i SINGLE ADMISSION Special 1 ley iil.rlney. where ^the K.-r r !*. rSSSf *?m 1 - ? Mrs. Isaac Proudfoot and children. the Misses Evelyn Audrey'arid Christine, of Clarksburg, who had been the guestsofthe former.'s'sia ter, Mrs.. Ira Moats in this city, went to:Boothsv."lie today -1 where ' tbey are guests of Mrs. Proud foot's'mother, Mrs. J. H. Huhan, Mrs. Huhan spent the day here and accompanied them home. Mrs. "Will Nesbitt of Sisterswlle who has been the guest of relatives here, is return'ng tomorrow to her home. She will be accompanied there by her niece, Mrs. Ira Aiken who will be. her guest. Joseph Greer, who attends West Virginia University here to spend the summer with -his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Glenn Geer, at their home on Quincy street. Lawrence Cunningham has returned from Cleveland?Ohio, whers he attended the reunion of officers of the 324th Field Artillery, with which forces he served'as a first lieutenant in th9 World War. Hunter Atha' of Zanesville, Ohio, was visiting friends here Sunday. Mrs. Mathildaj Shroyer and grandson. Raymond Michael, of Fairmont were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Downs here Sunday. / Mr. and Mrs. Glen Parrish and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Edison 'of Fairmont, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Richard Parrish and family here Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. Howard Burnett of Barrackville were visiting Dr. Burnett's mother. Mrs! Ruth Burnett. here Siinday. Miss EdiSf Robey of Clarksburg who had been visiting friends in Fairmont for the past several days has returned home. She " was accompanied to Clarksburg by Miss Ruth Hutchinson of Watson avenue. Billy Lehman left for Shinnston Vtoday to accept a position wrlh tne 'State Bridge Commission. Mr. Lehman will oversee the construction of a new bridge in that community. Albert Kelly will leave for Huntington tomorrow where he will work as an engineer* for the Stata Highway Commission. Thomas Nelson Stewart of Morgan town spent yesterday "in the rit-v visiting friends. Miss Johnny Mae O'Brien, Miss Camile Harper, Edwin 'Davisson and. Carr Furgenson spent the May in the city yesterday. The ydung people have just returned from a house party on Cheat River. Harrison Conaway motored through from Morgantown " yesterday. He has been attending school there. E. G. Davidson and James Trotter of Morgantown;-have been in Fairmont several days demonstrating the new Marmon automobile . Ralph R. Counts of Logan spent yesterday with friends in this city. Benton Davenport. Henry Curtain and Charles French visited with friends in the city yesterday. Miss Pauline Snider of Fourth street and Miss Lulu Ham rick of Rivesville'left yesterday for Morgantown where they will attend the summer term of West Virginia University. Miss Hamrick had been visiting at the home of Miss Snider for the last few days, CROPS OF STATE IN BETTER CONDITION CHARLESTON, June 14.?West Virginia crops were .4:1 per cent be1? vcnr average, but were in better condition than last year at the same time, the June crop report showed when it was issued today by H. F. Bryant, statistician of the Federal Bureau of Markets andj Crop estimates. Production of the various crops in the state as indicated by the! present condition, follows: Wheat 3,147.000 bushels, rye 133,-i 000 bushels, hay 971,000 tons, a'p-j pies 4,5S3,000 bushels, peaches.) 546,000 bushels, pears 27,000 bushels. These estimates all show increases over last year's crops, apples, with an estimated increase of 4,163,000, outstanding.' The apple estimate is only tentative. Mr. Bryant pointed out, because it is too early to make any definite prediction. Last year only 9 per cent of the normal crop was predicted, and 420,000 bushels finally turned out, while this year 36. per cent of the normal is the estimate. IAUTAUQ1 . and IG JUBILE Tn Rp TTPM NORMAL SCHOOL .GR June 15-16 and 1.7 O Ht>UR VARIE the Following on (Friday, 16th) Ex-Gov J. J. Cornwel] ?and? Geo. T. Watson Concert Each Evei larry P. Neptune Co. Boot id Turner New Grafton; E 3 DAY TICKETS?$1.00 50c Frains to and From Neart ' ' . , ' -'L ' ' ' . '' Summer Term Work Started But Registration Con - xr-tinues tain creaseSince the first o ft he week, when registration _> began, more than 406 students have enrolled for the summer term of the Fairr mont State Normal School. Monday was devoted exclusively to registration, and although class work began yesterday / belated pupils are still registering. Those who had enrolled up-to noon todav are;. . ; . Robert J. Hutchinson. Fairmont, Marion County; Gladys Stephenson, Weston.v.y Lewis - i County; Enid Stephenson, Wefitdn. Lewis' County Daniel H. Davis, Pullman, Ritchie County; Sadie Talkington. Hundred, Wetzel County; Odgar Roberts, Hundred, Wetzel County; Herman A. Shutts, Masontown, PresI ton County; Sophia V. Hubbs, Glen Easton, Marshall County; Winifred Virginia Smith, Weston. Lewis County; Mae Talkington, Hundred, Wetzel County; Hilda Wright, Newburg, Preston County: Mae Swisher, Weston, Lewis County: Margaret Malloy,- Rowlesburg; PresIton County; Addie, Bolyard Peaslee, Marquess, Preston County; Reland Loughry, Rowlesburg. Preston County; Susan Peaslee Funk, Rowlsburg. Preston County: Chas L. Righter, Shinnston. Harrison County; Wilda, Cline Smith, Jqjje Lew, Lewis County; Bertha Wilson, Fairmont, Marion County. Ruby Moore, Wallace, Harrison County; Patience Eleanor Murphy, Mt. Clare, Harrison County; Anna A.. Lilelund, Mannington, Marion I County. - Ruby Copenhaver. Wallace. Har rison County; Coralie Copenhaver. Wallace, Harrison- County; Vashti Lee Danks, Independence, Preston County; Lucy Judge, Pine Grove, Wetzel County; Catherine Horner, Mannington. Marion County; Ronald, Farnsworth, Weston, Lewis County: Grace Poling, Weston. Lewis County; Margaret McKenny. j'Weston, Lewis County; Mabel Poiing, Weston. Lewis County; Mar> 1 Atkins, Weston, Lewis County; Eva f TV-, i nr. - TVTavi/in County; Ina Butcher, Weston, Lewis County; Sallie Ethel Jones Mannington, Marlon County; Birdie Frances-Lowe, Mannington, Marion County; Vida Alta Satterfield. Shinnston, Harrison County; James Hobart Beeghley; Jane Lew, Lewis County; I] a Kathryn Gibson, Grafton, Taylor County; Genera Gall Moats vi life, Barbour County; Heck ert Osee Ireland, Spencer. Roane County; Mike Sheranko, Montana Mines, Marion County: Pauline Amanda Burson, Hundred, Wetzel County: Rufus Furraan Davis. Hammond. Marion County: Hattie Davis, Hammond, Morion County: Hdna H. Goodnight, Burton, Wetzel County." Eva Helen Kennedy, Hundred, Wetzel County: Erma Clifton Henry, Fairmont, Marion County: Gypsy'J. Snodgrass, Smithfield, Wetzel County; Josephine Himelrick, Burton, Wetzel County; MauGe Himel I rick. Burton, Wetzel County; Hilda Hughes, Shinnston, Marion County; Pearl E. Knott, Tunnelton. Preston County; Lalia L. Goff, Kewhurg. Preston County; Olive Neely, Fairmont, Marion County: Leah Hefner, Burnsville, Braxton County; Elizabeth Snopps, Bulltown, Braxton County; Olive Reese, Farmington, Marion County; Elizabeth Hefner. Burnsville, Braxton County: W: Rush, Earnshaw, Wetzel County; Archel R. Parrish, Mannington, . Marion County; Rosalie Criss. Webster Springs, Webster County; Lee Parrish, Mannington, Marlon County. Margaret A. Ruddy, Fairmont, "MELODYLANE SYNCOPATORS" | will play during lunch and dinner for the bal ~-p ,- ?i, ;>, CLII^C \J JL LXIXO WCCIV XXXeluding ^Sunday. This is an exceptional orchestra and an extra treat for our patrons. FAIRMONT HOTEL * JA ,E -'7-'?OUNDS . >* V:. - :ty show These Dates (Saturday* 17th) Sen. Howard Sutherland and M. M. Neely ling at 7:30 : Store, Main St., formL J. Clarkson, Manniv ^CHILDREN 30c >y Cities County; Marjorie Virginia Lynn | Fa; Deon; i Houcfc; Fairmont. Marion County j Josi-e Mary Iden, Davis. Tuckei County; Letha Mann Windsor IIFairmont. Marlon County; W. Car I Seese, Shinnstoiit Harrison County |Boydt Campbell. Crostoh, "Wir I County; Gale Cole. Farmington Marion County; Charles Leon Lil P tie. BridgRport, Taylor County .Tames McClunv. Jr.. Grafton. Tay lor County: Eva Bailey. "Weston Lewis County: Hilda Butcher "Weston. Lewis County: Mary Eliza heth Riley, Ripley, Jackson Cour ty; Herschel Cole. Fairmont, Ma rion County: Flora Regina Robey Shinnston,. Harrison County; Mar: J" , " Sum] ! and New 1 ? . p Soft, Kiel ; Vacationists wil most in demand for colors, dainty check! '''-' .irable kinds. It w: i 10 Inch I I I Hand JV $5 f ' I i j r : - . - ' - ' ; More new bio' the pleasure of si well as the fluffy, Included in t handsome George class models. Thes Special Card tables of t! mahogany finish; to are regularly priced FELT COVER TARf.-RS i I I . ';V -v'.'. . ..V...'.-: ^ ... - . - ! Xaomi^\V\vafker^Fairmot^*^ia" I rion County; Beulah W WaJfcO'-, r - Fairmont, Marion County. r < Ruby Luessow, Fairmont, Marion * 1 County; Phylis West, Roanoke. Lew-Is .Count}-; Katherino Ochelt tree, Weston. Lewis County; Greeta Goft. Weston. Lewis County; Vel- Z - ma Florence Riley. Shinnston, Har rison County; Helen Ryan. Fair- [" - mont. Marlon County; Golda Goff, I ria "" T omie Pr.iiTif?.? TTof- 1 I ' ner, Weston, Lewis County; Eu. - gene C. Smithley. Bellton, Marshall * County; " Fred D. Robinson, Oraf ton. Taylor County; Anna A. Bock,; r, Farmington, Marion County: B. j (r, Lee Cross. Smithfield. Wetzel} . mer Fal Ways To Make ipo? ^ cl fabrics have a rials th . And 1 for the A are at < 1, Yol m most S\ d resse: B\f t rials ai W* ti |||h econorr deft pi ' \\ : >, dressm: |s?l ing tha Hgj& ?ou vri } Deslsm 3734 f The cascade tunic and the jrirdle of fabric flovrers are very easy with th? Ddfi?in New and Individual Mike these new sports silks becau charming sports frocks and skirts s and bold striped effects. The qx ill pay you to come in and inspect:es Wide?$2.25 and $5.00 | lade Voile Ov< ;-75 to $io uses, better styles, prettier styles lowing so far this season. Smart , ruffled and lacy models. he latest shipments to this store tte models in exclusive style co ;e are priced $8.50 and $8.75. | Sale Card ?Friday hat sturdy type?light but, strong ps covered with felt or imitation 1 $3.50 and $3.75. Special Prices Fr j t tt> a nr . .. $2.65 TABLES Fifth Floor W^^wk ' fi iL am M bH *'sjjg '''r^l'*'1"'^ na Lee Shough. HundretL We-el County: Lillian Opal Jolinstor.. lannlngton. Marion County; Graca Iclntosh. Grafton. R. F. D. S, Tny(Continued on pace nine) : . Out of 40 lots, advertised ^yesterday we have but 30 left. Wire, Write of Phone youri re servations. S .G. MOVER Phone 199 or 1123W. Prof. Bldg. I f briics Them Up A .... 'A: IK in to-day ana seethe J I larming new. Summer / d* j rallBjp; that are justiin. We ; Ja 11 !1 the fashionile mate- jaggF H ic new dresres.call for. la" . five hundred' design! j new dretserthemsclvei !W j aur pattern department, 'f f ican make yourself the / J delightfully successful / s with these'new mate- jjp id designs, through : ; s * 5UTTERICK / / PATTERNS j Dcltor pvee you the ewift lical cutting of an expert, the ; "y , nting-together of a great ifcer, and the way? of fini*h- T* ? ' j t spell Paris. f in to-day and let ti* help f I th your Summer wardrobe. j$**' i >Jew Sports J?r Silks Patterns,,.,,. se they are the silks 1 . They come in solid lalities are the most ? these beautiful silks, . srblouses,, j j.00 than we have had simple effects, as : were some very j Tables eather. These tables I ^jj