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are quickly relieved by an application of Sloan's
Liniment. Vou don't need to rub?just lay on
lightly. It p?n?tr?t.:; at once to
the ?eat of tasa troul L*.
Miss E: ;-;o Taiman
Ave, CMosgC ?:?.. ? dtMl?'"About two
years api m** rrMilie-r 'note down \.itli
?nc doctora i'iiln't dr> a.iy
j; persuaded to try
in. and in t'iree weeks
!--nr.rl I believe she is
good. My ir
cured fur-, v.???
Miss ! '
bctile of S
?? o '.
? ' c is over 83 years of age, she h?5
? r r'.it ama?am."
?OBB?ajaj? Entirely ?Sorte
Miss el r -15 WfTnsntsns; It. Trajton. fHiln. *ari"fa"si?
"My m .1 ...h ri .'i?-iali-.:n and her friends advised h* r f (*,?*
Sloan's L?uis asatal?saa is entirely gent At the same tint?; the
family w.? 'i 1*114 SIS HIS llliail were live ring-worms between my
sisters an? I .'.. 1 .turent cured every one of us in a week's time."
is the ? -c romcciy for neuralgia, sciatica, lumbago, cbtst
pain. y fever, croup, r.ore throat and sprains.
At all ?etAata, l'rle.*., '-i.V., flOc, and $t.OO.
Sloan's Bock on H *i. ????, Cnt*le, Hi.*, end Poultry sent free. Addrei
Dr. EARL 5. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS.
? ???a? ?*+-*??o-e? -?
4 Wlipu v m rjting' your
4 Wiitch tumi jewelry to
?us for repoin vou will
I?-.- uni i of three
? things: ' rood work,
tKMMnjt c! irges, guaran?
teed satis'action. Fine
5 Engrsvii q
4 J. W WHITLEY
North Tazewel. - Virginia.
JJ. ?. Narsao Jim* u. Harm? H. Clause Pjo.ii
HAttMAN & POBST
Office?Ly ich lluilding.
W. J. (lesson T. C. Bowen
HENSON 5c BOWEN,
Will practice In Sie courts of Tsxewell
and ?djuisiiic? count j?.
J. B. SMITH, H. D., D. D. S,
MONEY TO LOAN
2? We will consici ;r applications'for
loans in amount., of from $1,000 to.
?$10,000 for one to five years on
Kgood Farms. D veilings. Business] }
?^Properties ai.d Improved Real Es-j4
t?te with good title. ?Jorrespon-j
"dence invited.J ..Z^Z
VIRGINIA REALTi LOAN COMPANY, Inc.
JAMES R. LAIRD, Manager,!.
Taiewell. Va. Bluefield, W. Vs.
RAVtN R?lT ?SH~G0AL CO.
RED ASK, VIRGINIA,
J. B. F. GiLLESPIE
North TVzewell, Va.
House 15- A Office 88 B
Succeed when everything else tails.
In nervous prostration and female
wetdtnesses they are the supreme
remedy, as thou- ands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND
h is the best medicine ever sold
over a druggist's counter.
A.V r..r uroltfi? f, r CHI-CHES-TBR'S
DIAMOND UKAND PILLS la Rio and;
?Sold metallic bons, sealed wiUi
ltlbbon. Tau ko tdk?. Bai
Dmrxlrl ??>* uk f r ?III? Uli
DIAMOND DBANr? PII.I.S. ?L .
year? rei>.rde<i as Be- t.Safest, Always Sellable.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
I'm thinkin' of,"
said A m a z 1 a n.
hla tegs and lean?
ing forward so
that he might d?j
poslt hia tobacco
Juice aquarely In
the center of tha
box of sawdust,
I'm thinkin' of
wasn't no ordi?
nary turkey. It
wasn't none o' these cold, storage birds
that was hatched the. Lord knows
when, an' killed nobody knows w'.iere.
It was a scientific turkey."
"Where did you know this turkey,
Am'zl?" atiked Lafayette AJlen, smil?
ing beneath his whiskeo-s.
"Thlshyere turkey happened to come
Into my knowledge some years afore
I came to thlshyere town to abide,"
Amazlah Botts explaino?*, biting off a
fresh chew of tobacco. "Prior to my
conferrin' my residence upon thlsh?
yere community, it may not b;- .
erally known, I was somewhat of a
Investigator Into the nxyisteries o' life,
myself, in a small wary, what start?
ed me to thinkin' o" thlshyere turkey
I have In mind wtus the figgcx our
worthy groceryman. Mr. Lemuel Tids
worth, sets as hia lowest limit for a
turkey for Thankssivin' dinner ;mr
poses. Not castir;' no reflections onto
Lemuel, but I may freely say th I If
he ever had thlshyere turkey I havo
'It Happened Like This."
In mind, for sale, he'd have wanted
so much money for It that even J.
Plerpont Morgan would 'a' had to go
hongry on Thanksglvln' day."
"WhaA kind of a turkey a as this,
Am'xiT" Inquired the grocer.
"Just a turkey turkey," Am aziaa re?
plied. "Just a common or ga rden tur?
key, bot It was raised aca jrdln' to
scientific principles by yours truly,
and If I do say it myself, it was prob'ly
the most remarkable turkey, that ever
"It happened like this. Hbou tan
years ago?which was just a? "ore I de?
cided to settle In this beaatiful Mille
city?about ten years ago I l?tt
nected with one o' the laxga st la>
oratories and scientific researdh i hops
in the world. The professors tl? ei * de?
pended a great deal on me?m e bcin'
a man who applied the rules <>' com?
mon sense an' demonstrated k .
edge to the execution o' theort :...'
such. Well, there was a long whis?
ker?^ prafssnwr. thfite_ by_tj.c? vame
o' Alpnabet' Snorglns.-" His name
wasn't rully Alphabet, but bein' as bis
Initials was W. R. M. H. Snoggins,
LL. D.. Ph. D.. A M. F. R. G. S. K.
It. ('.. we jest pluv-d Ixjth end?? against
the middle und culled him Alphabet.
Not to his fat-?-, mind ye, but amongst
ourselves, so to speak. Us scientists
is very human people when not before
"So thishyero Alphabet Snoggins he
had a system of encouragln' rapid
growth in the human system. Doue
a lot o' rest-urchin' at the stockyards,
ho had. makin' drugs out o' by-prod?
ucts an' the like. He'd discovered a
way to use powdered glands and mus?
cles go's to supply the lackin' incen?
tive to development. You get me? You
know there's people that don't grow
as fast or as big as they ought to, just
because the growin' power isn't In
'em. So Alphabet he had worked out
a kind of medicine that would make
'em sprout. Well, come along one
fall, and on th' experiment farm where
our college was we hatched out a tine
bunch o 'turkeys. Hatched 'em out
in the early summer, in fact. There
was one gobbler I rather liked the
looks of, so, just for the fun of the
thing, more'n anything else, I took
personal care of It myself. One day,
just for the novelty of It. I mixed a
let of Alphabet's dope with th' feed
I give Mr. Gobbler. Next day blame
?iy bids '.' it wasn't twicet as big as>
t had been! '
"That give rae ray idee. I drove that
gobbler sway over to the far end o'
on? -I it up, and from
hen on 1 fed it trie,? times a day.
Every day ? give it a peck o' Alpha-?
xet'n rapid grower. Alphabet kept
.vonderin' what wa.i becomln' o' his
sawder, an' anally sot to work on a
Beery that this petickver ingrejunt o'
ta.' s>stcm was so pecooliarly con?
structed that it nachly faded out o'
?xistence, which was. aocordin' to his
theery, the reason pr.ople that don't
grow fast or big don't grow at all.
Party good theery. but. Itko most thee-,
ries, it was faulty in jest one petick
"Well, you'd ought to *a' seen Mr.
Gobbler. Gontlemi ;i, take my word
for it or not, in one month's time it
was big as a horse, an' by the first o'
November It was bigger 'n an ele?
"Along como a huckster, buyin'
Thanksgivln' turkeys. "Lowed he'd
pay 20 cents a pound for 'em. I sez
to him I had one gobbler I'd n?3ll him,
pervidin' he'd take it alive. Hold him
I was a busy man, what with my re
searchin' an' other scientific w?rxrk, an'
didn't have no time for killlir' an'
cleanln' turkeys. Huckster said he'd
take th' gobbler jest as it stood- So I
piked off to th' back corner o' th"
farm, let down th' bars, an 'druv th'
gobbler up to th' college.
"Honest, I was scared of It myseYf.
It stood twenty feet high, an' bjJlt ac
cordin'. That tarira?/ was big eoiough
to furnish church dinners for all th"
churches In this state. Hut It was as
gentle as a lamb. Only thing about it
? as its voice. I'd forgot to tell about
that. When it gobbled it madu moro
uoise than a house afire. W?sll, I
drove It up to th' college, an' th' fac?
ulty an' th' huckster an' th' btwlents
an' all was there?-an' they blame nigh,
died with astonishment.
"Just think how you'd feel If all
1 of a sudden right down a lano would
come a turkey as big as a fnsigltt car,
an' if just when it pot about ftorty feet
from you it spread a tail as big as a
circus tent and besan gobbling la a
voies that could be heard in the next
county. Why, th' faculty nachly duck?
ed right inside th' college insta oler,
an' th' huckster was so scaret he j pmp
sd into his wagon an' tried to hi< k- in
one of his coops that was full of r aost
ers an' hens an' turkeys an' guii loas.
Then my turkey, bein' a shy and tim?
id creetnr, got scaret. too. an ' it
flew up on top o' th' Hall o' Lit 'ral
Arts an' let out a gobble that soun ted
like a million freight trains blo\ nin'
for th' flag man all at onco. Se su?
ed like that was th' first time it e r?>r
knew it could fly. It flopped its wii ses
once or twice, knocking all th' chin i!b
leyn off th' buildin' la th 'exercise, : aV
then started right up la th" air, a a'
was never seen since. No, sirs, r, o
.)ody ever seeu hide ;-.or feather of It
from that day to th:s.
"So that whs why I lost my job alt
th' college. Alphabet he got soro be- ;
tuse I'd stole his quick-growin 'modi-- '
cine, an' th' rest o' th' faculty
raad becaase they'd got scared ov ?
little scientific experiment. They pasr.
d th' word around an" 1 couldn't f? >t
work at no other collego in th' cov n
try, so at last I made up my mind to
settle down hero in what is as un ar
oblivion as I can find an' seek ta be
forgotten. 1 wouldn't 'a' told you fal?
l? ?.-; about thishyero turkey, only I
know you'll r< spec' my confldeno
"What became of the huckst, nr,
Am'zl?" asked Lafayette Allen, tn ig
?ing at his \vhi3k?;rs.
"Well, now, that's just what start? d
mo to rcmembL-rin' tliishyere turkey. I
saw that same huckster goln' throug h
town today, an' how I knowed it wa s
him was that lie kept v.atchin' the sX 1
all th' time, expectin to see thishyt c a
turkey come down to roost."
"That's pretty near as good a stc nry,
Am'zi," said the grocer, preparing So
close the store for the night, "as : fsra
usually tell me when I dun you tor
that little bill of yours."
This Was a Lucky Hunter.
"What sort of luck did you have oa
.our hunting tri|>?"
"Great. I missed two guides trat I
?hot at by mistake."
Dolan?I see th' doctor at r.<aff8rty's.
Kelly?Rafferty is. tUs* wife's bad
Flagged Train With Shirt.
Tearing his shirt from his back an
Ohio man flagged a 'rain and saved it
from a wreck, but H. T. Aittton, ft*
eigh, N. C, once prevent a wreck wirh
Klectric Bitters. "1 was in a terri b
plight when I b??gan to u?e th?m," h,
?writes, "iriv s omach, r~~A, tines, nn
aidneys were all badly !-f?Vcteij and m
i'ver was in a bad condition, but four
bottles of electric Bitters made me fssl
ike a new man." A tria" wili' convine
? ou of their matchless meant for un?
tomach, liver or kidney trouble.
Price 50 cents at all dealers.
Many growing girls in schoc
or business are frail?delicate?
anemic ? lack energy and am?
bition and have thin blood. It is
all unnatural and unless checked
leads to serious and chronic ills.
Nourishment, not drugs, is the
lav,* of reason to build strength
?but when appetite is poor and
digestion weak, ordinary foods
do not nourish?then SCOTT'S
EMULSION is m i essary.
SCOTT'S EMULSION over
corues just such conditions; its
tissue material enters
the hIoo?l without di
ucstidi ?-(Tort an?l makes
it rich. It tones the
whole ajsti ? anil starts
the healthy action of
cells throughout the
Imitation* are oftmn
offurud. but to got rmmultm
yon mutt mut SCOTT'S.
Scott ? town?. BlocxmlWU. N. J.
HARD TO DECIDE.
"Yes, Edwin. I got so much to be
thankful for that I can't decide on
number three there!"
THE l_AST OF THE TURKEY.
Last Thurs?1ay, twai a glorli US sight.
All crisp anti brown iiiil hot:
The turkey graced tli.? festal board
And had the honor d spot.
On Frlilny ti ?iras then aj.-aln ?
As croi-.in-ttcs. s? rv.-.I for lunch.
In whlili tli?- whit ? Bisan sad Um dark
Wen- gathered la a bunch.
Again It came on Saturday,
A salad 'twas this Una;
,And, though It was lh" same old bird.
The salad tasted pi Ime.
"Wien, Sunday?her.* it came once mor?.
It seem.-d "twits here to stay,
?For prominent on the uu-nu
Was "turkey eonso lime."
Hut Monday ?-his.- 1 th? bird's ear?ser,
\Ve> knew 'twas ?|0*IS for good,
,Kor a. big platter full of hash
Upon, the tabu sti
WILBUR D. NESBIT.
Age of the Gambler.
?The algliteenth c<- itury was the ago
of the great g:*.mbl r.s. On February
6. 1772. tliero was :i debute In the
house of commons on the 39 articles.
and It was noticed that Fox spoke
very Indifferently. Horace Walpole aug
gests an explanation: "He had sat up
playing at hazard at Almack's from
Tuesday evening, the -1th. till 5 In the
afternoon of Wednesday, the 5th. An
hour before he had recovered ?12.000
that he had lost; and by dinner,
which was at 5 o'c?ick. he had enden
losing ?11,000. On the Thursday be
spoke in the above debate, went to
dinner at 11:30 at night, from there
to White's, when he ?Irank till 7 the
next morning; thence to Almaek's,
where he wan ?G.<W?. and between ?.
and 4 In the afternoon he set out for
Made Study of Dictionary.
To read a dictionary twice through
for pleasure, as Lord Chatham did is
not a tempting suggestion. But there
Is a hint in Sir Yu.intstuart Grant
Duff's diary of 1877. when he was do?
ing a good deal of train traveling on
t the continent. "In these last days 1
! have been exceedingly amused by
j Rrachet's 'Entymologlcal Dictionary '
j which Henry Smith recommended to
me when I was In Oxford the other
j day, and which is a perpetual succes?
sion of pleasant surprises. It is an
admirable railway book for one who
can only read at the stations." As
the lord said who dipped into the dic?
tionary while waiting for Sir WTalter
: Scott, the dictionary stories are "unco*
Ownership of the Air.
The question of the pioprletorbhip
of the air has been raised by an ac
J tion brought against M. Maurice Far
i man, the airman, by farmers whose
j lands surround his aerodrome at Hue,
France. They con plain of the dis?
turbance caused by the too frequent
passage of aeroplanes over their land,
claim heavy compensation, and ask for
the prohibition of flying at a height
'ess than 650 feet. Other aeronautical
t ?aniifacturers have associated them
0A >lves with M. Furtnan in defending
ta, ? ?mit. which has been set down
fo? hearing next month.
Automatic Stamp Seller.
LOBA"on Das tound yet another pleeo
of ni?,4*Jk'anlsm t0 delight Its heart in
a new > utomatlc clamp selling ma?
chine r? ?ontly erected in the public
office of tks g?nerai postoffice. It is
one of a traiKtred to be supplied to all
the branc * postollit ?? in the London
pomal art ?- It supplies half-penny
as ?veil as penny at ?raps, and ha-; a.i
arra ngemen I for f * acting and return?
ing all coins nnjn? the same weight
or ?size as r. *' ?' ?n(* half-pennies
Foreign coins/ ??? coins" and coins
of o?ther ?alu/ ?"? automatically re.
WARM BROODER FOR CHICKS
One So Arranged That Little Fellows
?May Get Their Backs Up Against
In describing a chicken brooder. In
Invented by W. O. Witham of Baissa,
Ore., the Scientific American says:
In this patent the invention has ref?
erence to chicken brooders, and the
(Object is to provide one having a
heater, curved in cross s?icilon, which
permits the chicks to get their backs
up against the cloth-covered heater, so
that their bodies may bo warmed la
the natural way. Another object is to
provide means for warming the heater,
whlrh will uso to the best advantage
the heat supplied by the lamp. As
warm air from terminals passes
through the openings shown in the top
of the brooder in the perspective view,
It will tend to draw with it air from
the housing chamber, which will In.
sure a circulation of air.
TO DESTROY INJURIOUS LIC?
Ten Drops of Pennyroyal Added to
Tablespoonful of Olive Oil Will
Grease is recommended for lice, but
chicks abhor it, and it should not be
used unless It is absolutely necessary.
Never use ecal oil on young chicks,
for It is irritating and likely to scald
If the largo lice are found on the
chicks, sweat oil will answer the pur?
pose just as well, and the chicks will
not mind It as much. Ten drops of
psaayreyal nay be addnsd to a largo
tablcspoonful of olive oil. With '.ho
finger rub one or two drops well un
der the wing3 and down the h?-ad
and neck of the chicks. The small
lie?, may be got rid of easily, bu; the
large gray oiks stak v< ry cios? and
are hard to get off.
The large lice will kill the young
chicks, and the owner never k?ows
?what the trouble is. They are hard to
discern, and will suck blood ?rom
the little fellows until their vitality
is exhausted, when they die. Wat eh
the young chickens very closely, and
do not allow them to be saeta? d
with the large lice, nor the small
ones, either, for they also will Co a
great deal of harm in many ways.
FEEDER OPERATED BY HENS
California Man Invents Contrivance
Worked Automatically by Chick?
People who regard chickens as not
having enough sense 10 get in out of
the wet will have to revise their opin?
ions. A California man who knows
something about fowls has design d a
feeder which Is operated automati? ally
by the chickens themselves, and if a
"hen Is too dumb she is apt to starve
to death. A hopper containing feed is
placed on a trestle. The valve from
which the feed is discharged Is nor?
mally kept closed by the weight oa
one side of the swinging fulcrum. To
open the valve, weight must be ap?
plied to the other side of the fulcrum
and this is done by the chicken jump
ing upon a projecting arm. When she
sees a few kernels of corn she jumps
down and eats thein and then has to
spring up again to release some more,
thus getting exercl?e and an appetite
Best Land for Turkeys.
On farms having high, dry land,
which has a light growth of grass, jid
where a new tm*e-ding gobbler haa
lately been introduced, the largest
flocks and the iiiom thrifty looktag
turkeys are found.
,. ?There ir mure catarrh In this eecti"ti of
the country than all other diseases put SB?
?.?ether, and until the last few years wan
t-iippoeed to be incurable. For a i.*reat
many years doctors pronounced it a local
difleane and prescribed Itx-al reiu?*?l;? f. and
by constantly failing to cure with local
treatment, pronounced it incurable.
Science has proven catarrh to he ? ??<insti?
tutional diseuse and therefore
constitutional treatment. Hal.'a Catarrh
Cnre, manufa?*tur?-d l?y K. J. CWswy c\
Co., Tol??do, Ohio, is the only rj
t onal cure 01. the market. Ii II laJnea il -
ternally in riom-H front lh ilroi* i
i?o"iiful. I? agan ?linteil* on n?
?nil anieoni? surf??-.-i.f the?avstssn.
tier one lillinlreii ?JolkSJij for ii" ?
tails to cure. Bead] far ciu-uUr.-? Hii.i - -
F. J. Chsncy .V Co.. Tniedn, < >? ??-.
Sohl by ilriuqriMa, 7.5c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipa?
Why suffer these every day
Aches and Pains
Protsct your family?your loved ones?ajrr nst them.
Have In your home a bottle of Noah's Lini.nent, tbe be t
single preparation any family can have.
It is a Pain Remedy as well as a Linime: t for extern i
Can be taken safely for colic, cramp., ?nditestic >,
Noah's Liniment is a fine preparation f?.r sore thro? t*
coughs, colds, asthma and toothache. Use
for rheumatism, stiff joints, neuralgia, strains,
sprains, sore muscles and aches und pains mi all
There is no better remedy.
Be ready for the emergency by having No h*?i
Liniment in your medicine closet to-day. it i? am
Best Pain Reined v
?and sold by all dealers in medicine : thr-e s. ?as,
25c, 5t?o, and $1.00.
If it isn't satisfactory, go to ?our ?icalc- r*d
ask for the return of your money. It ia you.:s lad
we want you to have it.
Made in Richmond, Va., by Ncafc IUm?V tosr trr.
FRAIL, SICKLY CHILD j
Restored to Health by Vinol? ;
Letter to Mothers.
Anxious mothers r why
their children are so pale, thin and
nervou.? and have so lii.le apj>etlt<i.
For the benoiU of such motlers In
this vicinity we publish tho following
J. Btfannnd Miller, New Haven,
'.'inn., ays: "My little daughter, over
-jince her birth, hud been fr: il and
itckly, and was a -oar-tant source o?'
v.orriment. Several aaoatax ? no v.-o
-ommeaced to ^ive he,- Vir..>l. I ira
:iediat-ly notad an bapmrt
ier hcaltii and ar^ear^rirc. ( pave
.?r three bottl?^ of Viaol, SB '. from
ae pood It h?is do:;j her I or. truly
.y it will do all yvu claim."
ihls child's rece very iras -las to
the combined a'tion of the IE urinal
lements extrae cd from cods' liven,
-combined ai "n the blood
nd strength-creating prousrUan of
'onlc iron, which are contai .cd in.
Vinol will build un and itrengthea
'?'l!eate children, old people sad the
nMnk, run-down and d?bilit?t. !. We
-eturn the money in every case where
JOHN E. JACKSON. ~
3 \Z? M i 1.1., v
Must Havr th??- ?Je-t. ?ctes.
The llev M bel B VHh -,i. r-sstOT
Of the ?"h'.:reh o* Ir.r.: >rtal' ra lr- the
"exclus;v<?" Ba tk lii?v ?uart r of Bos?
ton. has ?lec'd- ?n not to c?-ic ra'e mir.
ri.'.gps unless _? .' ? .*. : ; r? duea
three rertlflca r? : :?? firf I: *o be
one frn-n a d ctor stcttag 'hr.t they
have ps.-sed a DM^cal Insr "DtHac, tue
???orad must b ? from a ban er o' oth?
er r?sronsihl( ; ?rjon to :i:e .*ffect
that ?he would !>? h'is***nd 1 -.s d. -non?
etrated i*!? ah iiv to inaalat .in a wlf* -
In i'i*r?-.'i ct- 'i.:.,-, ::.-es. er.d the
thirl should c rtlfj thnt th< brltfi ha?
I a pro V. ??i..-ng i d.ir ostia
Science and lie ? ?? :!es . ' ! ?.uso
hold managen ?ut?Lotsdotl A*:s rena.
Truf ?s-c* "*'ence
It Is useiosi- ;?? ? ils or :.< rl idr.g
self to others ur;- >.t ther? is . ome
thing in self nal otlxera n d It is
the full and ri? b ill- . i.ot I h poo. and
empty ene, tha can nil and crieli oth
| ?rs. True bem-vo'enr?. that ir.u. t ob
? tain that whl h it would site To
I acquire honor-b'v r"?: 'V or r ?;-?*?*? or
I power, to cult Tata tKaahh ?:d h *.ppl
i ness. to gain n<iwlt""go ar i wlfdom,
! to develop lnt irest in hum ,n afTalis,
j to cherish just principios an- g< n?*roua
Impuises, to BU the miad wttl pure and
noble tl nnghtf and the hear with ten
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