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' " ' ;r- if? , 1 s Si WTg&ii & Of! Si -'t 35 " queen's English always feela aa K e
SSL - - V . Jf -3 "Z I . Wi SW IS Jgf , 1 I For yeaiv I suffered v'pcakable got the body under tho sofa. It's W
t'l JA IC -- A hon and Hver troishle." wrote A. K. an aUack returning. He kaowaK I
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ir,-r'tf' ijB fH VHbW .... . - -" f ... n . I deesj ho ray live like a stteC . ,A
C-V x ' I L n,., . ; . I "btj)r.! Ivm.Nc-.v Lile-PilL fixed. wrlle jike an axcL-asi tat 5.!
A P '" . ta. n m i r J Iln all right They are aiaiply omitted from his coffversatle ' t
C-H. ' : ifJ'f LI ' ' " ', . , : I'.'.- I cieat." Trv them for anv &toiu- week Mm at the lasC-Maj eWr. t1
' ' JEWELER C. M BOIIN J2E!; " tl T - """I. - -verorldclney trouble. Only . Poor Day for Theater J
t i ","mgrtffil.n7l ',u,V' "' '- . r' ' , 2o cents at A Paris newspaper bas'beea dlrert .4
'r"''B"B "i" . j ' ,, . The. Winchester Bra- Companv. ing iUelt with specnlaUons as to tk
i 1'i ' ' ' ; ' ' y ' smallest receipts ever taken 1 at! a.
y- 'r'TW ' ' ' ' " 4! ' ' ' - ' .-:.:.-' f rf i-t)' 'ft'-. . theater bos office. The record at" v
J " Hf . ' ri wj y The nicest nnd most iip-fo-datc Comedie Fr ncaise is thought to fca
(Si O f I PTY A ' ' ':"-. i -" -tta SMJsaraK 'J
;5 X JLI X X ' . 1 Brown-Proctona Pharmacy The way. On that day the receipts we
Mr. T. Y. L. VanMeter, Who haf--licen
at home for the holidays, wilL
leave Tuesday for Big Stone Gap.
3Ir. Vanifeter is general superin
tendent of the Clark County Con
( stpictjou Company, which is now
yf liildinp a complete system of' turnf
. pikes for" Wise county, W. Va- This
' comity1 reteutly made an appropria
tion of $700,000 with which to covei
the county with a net work of high
ways of travel.
i Eegant Dininfl
3Ir. and ilrs. Ben Duckworth cn
terituncd Sunday -with an clejranl
dinner at their beautiful country
home near Pilot View.
The dinner consisted of turkey and
everything that goe5 with it to make
a Bliicgra-;? dinner all that it i
noted for. TJie guests were: Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Coachman and chil
dren; Mr and Mrs. IJilcy Gordon-
31r. and Mrs. Phil llodgkin
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' .Mrs. C. C. Hobbins jha- returned
Twin a ten davs' visit to friends and
' 'rclAivcs1'fn,Boui)on.'.' ' 1
I'M')- Miss Kathtrinc IT. Robb IcH M.n-"'daT',fofa"vivit"trr-hcrvniiin',
?.bb at ,ilXieluiiaftillo
Mis? Robb will, cute jtain at G o'clock
dinner in honor of her guest.
'.'jilrs: Henry Dickerson has rcturn
JiU . . ... .,,
eniroui a weeu s vimi wnu reiauvc-
id 'friends at Olive Hill.
Dr. J. A. Swnoden was a(t Rich
mond and Paint Lick, Monday and
1jjfesday, on business. i-
the East Tennessee' Telephone
Mr. E. W. .Floyd, of Paris, wa
f Mrs. C. V. Bridwell ha! returned
from a pleasant visit to Shelbyville.
Mr. antl Mrs. Jeffries Goodwin,
who have been locuted in 'Louivilhy
have returned to this city, where Mr.
Goodwin lias accepted a position
iwith the Martin Drag Company.
, Mi?s Margaret Bean, attractive
visitor of Miss Jenny Judy Ratliff,
will leave Tuesday for .her home in
The time is here for ypu
to look after your fencing.
We have one 'oi the most
complete lines that was every
carried in all Mnds of steel
and wire fencing and we
will eive you as good a price
as any one else. Be sure
and see our line before vou
BOTH PHONES at
Mr, AViil Jones has resigned his
position' with the Patterson-Finnell
Shoe Company and accepted $ posi
'fioif with Allan & Murphy. Mr.
Clarence Bean will fill the vacancy
left by Mr. Jones.
Mr. and 'Mrs. S. P Scobee, of
Xionisville, spent- from SatiriUay un
til Monday with his siter,'Mrs. X. T.
Benton, on Alabama street, of this
Mrs. Fannie Reese, of Mt. Sterling,
spent from Thursday until Monday
with Miss Lizzie Scobee. .
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Scobee and
children, of Mt. Sterling, and Mr. and
.Mrs. Ckls Htil., of Iledges, spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. N. T.
Benton, of tilts' city.
Mrs. Martha Morris and daughter,
Louise, of Mt. Sterling, spent the
week-end with Mrs. Columbus
Miss Bertha Botts, of Owings
villc, is visiting 'her sister, Mrs. G. F.
Mrs. II. L. Henry and two children
returned Monday from ajvisit to her
mother,' iMrs. Lee Ratliff,! at Cai lisle.
Mr. II.-L.-IIeiuy.Jeluri.i'd Monday
from a business trip to Louisville.
Mr. Stanley Talbott, o 'Louisville,
ipent' Sunday night and" Monday
with' his parents. ''3ir. "Talbot I will
"feavc TucVda.v 'nio'rning jfoi; Coving-,
ton. on business. t
-Mr. and Mrs. O. J. ifatlden have
relumed, f rojh a visit tofricnds and J
r'hdtvc in Lexington jand Loujs.-;
ville. ' j
.-.Paul and-Bush Shepherd a'l'tei
spending a week with Robert . and!
Louise Covington, of Richmond, re
turned home Monday. i
' JIr.Rohtfe'l.aon,"or Mt. Sieiling.
was1 in this city, Sunday.
SOLVES A DEEP MYSTERY.
"I want to thank- you from
bottom of my heart,' wrote C.
Rader, of Lcwisburg, W. Va., "for
the wonderful double benefit I got
from Electric Bitters, in curing me
of both a severe case of stomach
trouble and of rheumatism, from
which I had been an almost helpless
sufferer for ten years. It suited
case as though' ma'd'e just for
. A i , i i i i. 1. 1 1 r fl JJU
, .. II ' - 1 .1 1 ' . f t i- ' ,1 . . .
'me." For dvpnepsia, indigestion.
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jaundice and to rid ,the system of,
kidney poisons that cause rheuma-'
tism, Electric Bitters 'has lio eq-ual.
Try them. Every buttle is guar
anteed to satisfy. Only 30c at
The Winchester Drug Company.
SAVES TWO LIVES.
"Neither my sister nor myself
might be living to-day, if it had not
been for Dr. King's Now Discovery"
writes A. D. McDonald, of Fayette
ville, X. C, R. F. D. No. 8, "for we
both had frightful coug'Iis Mat no
other could 'help We were told my
sister had consumption. 'She, was
very weak and had night sweats but
yiur wonderful medicine complete
ly cured us both. It's the best I
ever ned or heard of." For sore
lungs, coughs, colds, hemorrhage,
lagrippe, asthma, hay fever, croup,
whooping cough, all bronchial
troubles," its supreme, final boit-.
tic free. 50c and $1. Guaranteed by
The Winchester Drug Company.
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CHESAPEAKE & OHIO
Richmond, Va., Jan. 1. (Special)
At l:"7 Thursday morning No.
passenger, known as the Chesa
peake & Ohio Special, running be
tween Old iPoint and Cincinnati was
wrecked, 'when it ran into a Jslidc of
dry shale, llic scene of the acci
dent is a curve just east ot MeKer
dree, W. Va., and lheV?.'A isnsistcd
of scaly rock dislodged by wet
weather springs and slidings to the
west bound track. .The passenger'
train was running af a speed of thu,
ty-five miles an hour when it
into the .slide causing the engine to
be partly overturned and derailing
tlie mail and express cars, shaking
the passengers but none of the pas-1
sengers were injured.
Engineer Wm. J. Dunn, f Hintoiij
W. Va., -was instantlty killed, while
fireman L' E. Terrell, of IlunUngtoln,
was sligttly burised.
& The wreck delayed the' west bound
train until a late, hour' in the inoriw
j in. .i '
ing. The passenger of Xd. ." were
taken on No. 1 from
whicl! eoiVsolillated with' Nd.
Charlcstton. No. 5 resumed its reg
ular run, leaving Charleston one
hour ami twenty-five late.
An investigation of tlie accident
shows that Samuel Pulley, watchman
for this bluff, had just made his trip
over the sfcene of the accident ant,
when the slide occurred he was some
distance from it and could not sig
nal the, approaching train, tq prevent
the accident. .
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THIRTY-TREE YEARS AGO ;
1 Thermometer 18 degrees below
Matt Madigan sworn in as deputv
Triplet ts born
to Mr. and Mis
C'laibc Lisle returned from South
Married, ,S. T. Olwcn aiid Sarah E.
Watts; Clifton Webb and' Moll'ie K.
Parado; J. L. Lisle and Martha'
Palmer; James Ballard and Ella
Skating fine. -
Nona Wilton is visiting Miss Clay
Prcwitt. . '
Wheat, 73 cents; corn, $2 a barrel;
Rye, 40 cents! per bushel.
Odd Fellowsr liavu voted to buy
Clint Fox becomes sheriff.
Social hop at the Reese House.
Lucy Hart, sister of Dr. Hart,
C. S. Moore and James Oden left
for Pittsburg with two car loads ofJ
l I V
Gas and Sourness Vanish
What's the use of always feeling
miserable just beeause your stom
ach isn't behaving itself?
Don't you know that scores . ot
thousands of people have changed
bad stomachs into perfect working
ones by the simple method of swal
lowing one or two little MI-O-NA
stomach tablets after each meal?
.MI-O-NA is compounded from the
formula of what is probably the
best prescription for indigestion and
upset stomach ever written. Phil
lips' Drug Store guarantees it.
It relieves distress in five minutes,
but better still, it removes the cause
of misery in a few days.
Large box 50 cents at Phillips
Drug Store and druggists every
FURS! FURS!! CURS'!!
Will pay you tlie Hfgncst
Prices for your Furs.
J. W. HISEL
Bridge Junk Shop
No. 23 North Maple st.
East Tennessee Phone 2Lr, Home
Phone 536. ll-18-4mo
Only the purest and freshest med
icines on sale at the Brown-Proclo-ria
Pharmacy the store of quality,
w- - - How to Steep.
-"-The most natural 'and restful pos
ture when sleeping is to lie flat on the
chest, lower limbs, perfectly straight,
one arm being down by the side, the
other thrown up slightly over the
head, race turned to either side. Use
no pillow. This will help greatly to
-straighten the shoulder? and give
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The past has been
good-that we knew you.
May the New Year bringr
you increased prosperi
ty and happiness and;ujs
your continued confi
dence and good will.
Cor. Main and Broadway
MMMWhTTrrT iT"" IT""
I BOYD MM MM Pi
Will hold thJs ilrst show at Ashland, Kentucky,
January 15th,l(3th, 17th, lS.th19thnjjpth,
1912. Write ior premium list.
Choice of any Suit in the store
in all colors,Bl&ck.Blue,Brown,
Grey, Mixtures, Serges, Broad
cloth guaranteed all wool lined
to $35.00, now.
A. M. DOME, Manager.
J. S. SKREST.-'Sij'bretary.
Satin, worth up.
& SUIT CO. (lie.
Both Phones 364,