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More Grain Better Grades Less Labor Ag*nts wanted in untccupiad territory F. S. Royster Guano Co. Dept. D-OO Baltimore, Md. W. J. STREALY. Monumi'iils, Toml>ston?? :uul sorirs. l-'inr ('.onerctp Work Uricks. Hlorks. Posts A; C.iirhinj*. 1 .1 i s in i ; < . . Wi st. Vii??.im\. ' W. L. TABSCOTT AUDITOR ANI> l'UBLIC ACCOUNTANT. UifU'vn Yc:irs Kxpcrimce. Li.wisiti'iui Bank Biiuh.m;, licwisbur^:, WVs/ Virginia. ARTFUL USE OF CHECKS A plain skirt in black and white wool that refuses to hide its check ered career behind plaits, Is never theless artful In the management of tucks that arc cleverly placed above the hem. These tucks are rounded olT at one .side and a larpe black and white button on ea?-h one calls atitcu tlon to ii< novel ending. 1 Splendid Results are obtained in :i short time ? by usiti? ? j Wallace's Carbolic'Salve for Chapped and Cracked Hands, 1 Fever Sores, Burns, Cuts, etc. Price 15c. Ask your dealer for it. YaricTs Specialty Shop. "Quality First." 1921 "Style Supreme." EASTER MODES. Ladies and Misses ol Greenbrier and vicinity instinctively look to Yarid's to serve them with the Fashions they need for the New Season. This Store has served them for three years so faithfully that its ability is unquestioned. And now we are ready for 1 92 1 Easter. Dressed up befitting the new occasion with the smartest and most distinctive styles of the Season in Apparel and Accessories. New Blouses. < -repo <le Chines, Georgette, 1 'an ion nnfl handmade Voiles and 1>aptistes. They range from to $1C>/K> each. New Neckwear 1 he new ?Suit is much the suiarti-r with the odd it ion of new, fret- 1 1 Neckwear. <>!?<? to if > eaeh. Silk Lingerie Sow clothes naturally demand now undert hi n}:-. and hen* they are. $1 to ? -a eh. Corsets, Front and Back (iossjiril and La Yid?. $1.S5 in >">,50. j The New Easter Frcck ; Canton Crepe, taffeta, Georgettes, Charmen>e. poiret twill, trico* I tine anil tricolettes, Tow lard. Colors!, navy, black, brown and new i Harding blue. I'riees ranjre from $14.75 to $.V.i.50. You can't h e 1 1 ? I tmt Jind vour stvle in this assortment of 100 pieces. | ; 1 ; New Party and Dancing Frocks Now *liade? entirely. $25.75 to $75.00 each. i I New Easter and Spring Suit Wraps, Cape?, and Cloaks With f rocks* -<?? popular a smart Wrap i.- ji no^es-ity that may l>e pnrrhn.sed without great outlay this season, 'J In: assemblage is un usually complete. ami presents Wrap-. Capes ami Coat- graceful imi smart in wonderful variety developed from the -olt fabrics. ? One may select a model lor mie or more purpo-c.-. frizes range t nuu tu $ each. IN BLACK AND WHITE The New Sport Swoatrr may l>e in either silk or wool. ? 1 Wo have it. Brand new lim- in all shades and st ylef\ t<? $10.75 New* Plaid Skirts ? . . i i < Mir ran t help i?ut select a Skirl 1 jl'jom our new line. ??# mr* ist ing <?fj jail shades and styl?'? nnly the* new plaids' are shown. .il.Tr> to j ?ti'L'.-'iO i _ j New Underskirts | Wr have just bought 100 Jersey ( ' ami Pussy-willow 1' nder?ki rts at i ;i very low price. We had to pay! I fi ? r them la^t year -tP.Ta to $l~..">Oj i and sold for $ I ~.f>0 to $ H?..r>0 each, j 1 1 igh grade numbers ? ller Maj esty IJrand All the shade** and' stylos. Special for Kaster week : | J 1 ? grade for $ I (>..'?<> , I grade for .+7.!**. You can't ap j preciate tlie quality unless you | I examine same. Others for .fo.T.V EMBROIDERED SUITS N<'\v S"il* i>> pairet twill. ?r:il ? - online, tricotine. cord twill, sergi; jersey. There are 110 two alike, i Kox Coats, hand embroidered | Blouse ell ect. Straight linen, tailor-made, etc. Colors, navy, tan, black. Prices range from $17.50 to each. We have r,r? Suit* in stock and more com ing in till Kaster. Sizes 15 to 52. Hats in Dress or Sport woar are here for your inspeciion in all shape? and colors. Prices from $.*).75 to *15.00 YaricTs Specialty Shop, Lewisburg, West Virginia. A FIRESIDE TALE By JENNIE LITTLE. child i like II.- I', :i ii- *. ?: 1 1 1 W ? -i I . tin -li. ? ?l i \\ ni:;g 1 1 1 : 1 1 I ha*c i. miic! t > > .1 urand ????!?? t ?: t hall iii I In- I'ily. A wondcr lul prima donna. ill** idol of Iut amli ? ?in in two iiicii t ha* <???! ((? up ? >:i 1 1 j?- stage for her hi^t numb* r. As she stands waitii g for tin.- applause i?t ?lit- :i\vuy, something tlmt she reads ' in tin- \vji\?'s hi upturned faces moves ' her to a sudden impulse, ami with a ' tender little smile, iiwlead of the clas sical selection mi tin- program, Iut J voire si'ciiikI only in swirl ncss to thr I angels' tills tin* vast room with: "There's a i?r??tt y >pm in Ireland, I 1 always claim for my laml." In one of the Ihi.M'S sat two of the earth's prosperous, ami like a lightning j nrtist, the man's mind Hashed picture ; after picture on his memory's screen. I In faraway County Clare he saw a I young gossoon full to the hrltn of the I sheer joy of living.- The Seoteh wouhl | call him a lad o' parts, the English a topping chap. but! I'll declare 1o you i that he was just a regular lu-oth of a j hoy. Every old granny in the village, ami clear down to every las*. thought j the sun hail its rising ami setting in j his merry charm, but only Kileen Me- . I'onagh lia?l a mortgage on his affec tions. Ah. hut she. was the winsome colleen, ami the likes of her was not | to he fotmil in a day's travel. Then an uncle in America sent 1 money for his passage, with tales of success that set the lad wild to go. Kileen must stay with her old folks. 1 hut when lie had a good start, then he j would send for her. and together they j would conquer this line new country. 1 ' 'My heart goes- hack there daily. To the girl 1 left behind me. When we kissed and said good -by." ! Ah. yes. at lirst 'twas so. l.ttck and i pluek were with him, and his- foothold grew lirmer and stronger, and some how ill the Struggle. l-^ileeJl drifted i further into the background of Ids thoughts. The old bodies Went one : by one. and the black sorrow of lone | liness wa> almost more than she <?? aid 1 abide, but never did lier sweet heart grow hitler or complaining in it wearying for him. Faithful and tru? j she was to her troth with Tc: ern.-e ? ? Neil!. "\\ here dear old Shannon'** llovving. ! Where the three-leaved Shamrock :rov, : r Where my heart 1 am going To my little Irisli fto-e. A 1 1 < I the moment that I meet her. With a hug and kiss I'll greet her ? " j Conscience woke up entirely, and a shiliaiali stroke was gentle compared j to the pain she gave him. For in | these latest mouths of his prosperity 1 he had decided that only a liigh-horn, cultured American woman could rule j hiM home ami help to lind new liehls j for his never sat isiicd ambitions, and, j cold-bloodedly, without a thought of i love, he had set about to win her. This i very minute, by his side, sat the lady j of his worldly, choice, and lie had felt j much elated that now she seemed not u grent deal averse to his gallant at- j tent ions. Sure, she never knew about I thai common past, and almost had he ? forgot Wn U>. connection with the aris tocratic hanker who looked at him > from the mirror. Till tonight, that Is. j "Sure no letter I'll be mailing. For soon will 1' be sailing, And I'll bless the ship that takes me To my dear old Erin's shore." The lady turned with a disdainful curl of the lip. "Really," says she. j "one might c\pe< t the best music here ! and not vulgar street songs," and Ter- | cr.cc's heart turned over with a Until of gratitude that wisdom had eomo j not too late. Ver\ quiet was lie on the way homo, I 11 lid as he handed her from the liuiou- j sine, declined her gracious invitation I with a "Nut tonight . thank you. lis I I have prosing' holiness to attend t?. Im* luediatetv. And I probably will lot | sei you again for some time, as f Ien\e on the f'anoplc's next dale of t sailing." i "Indeed." said the lady, in dls- ? pleased surprise. "Surely this !s very j sudden." "I've not yel booked m\ passage." j sa.\ s Terence, w 1 1 1 1 at* old lime Irish I grin. "Inil I think the fates won't fail 1 me iiiiv time." And neither did they. 1 And now we eotue to a matchless j evening in dear old Killaloi* -a night | of enchanted moonlight, when all t lu? fairies and little folk are casting their spells on everything. All alone at her window sits Eileen, with the melting sweetness of her ban* stilting her voice as she sings so sadly: "It may b? years, and it may be forever." And I Into the room strides Terence of her I thought*. "Nol on your life!" says he In the true American style, and then dropped on his knees beshle her, and into the I tender old brogue. "Mnvoumeen, all < this time I've been madly, foolishly 1 following a will-o'-the-wisp, but when j 1 came to me senses and gave me heart the lend, It brought me to my | own true love, straight as the crow t files. Will ye go back with me. dar lln\ to 1m> the dear light of me life till i the blessed saints call us from our own paradise to theirs?" And some- , [ tldng he snw in her face made him j dare to greet her after the fashion of I lie Shamrock song. Then because 'tis : the way of a woman to forgive and ' forget, acushla, I can end tny story In j vonr favorite way: "And they nil lived 1 happy ever after." I ??Tin: hkst < iii \ i\ ? \i:i i?s tiu: iikst s< imhii.." N 7 "? ? !<?i: sK.Mi\.\m 1 YttKM \ ro^ "***? V CibT _ 4k Corona Wool Fat Compound' is very penetrating. A splendid application for baib wire cuts, hard and con tracted feCt, quarter crack, mud fever, thrush, grease heel, sore teats of cows, wounds and sores of almost any nature. ''Guaranteed." U. S. Courier Bags, $3.00 ? less than half what they cost the Government. Can be used for brief case, students* bags, or workman tool bags. Genuine U. S. Blankets $6.00. Size 72x84 inches. Suitable for bed or auto or carriage robes. THOS. lL PARE, loot IVJain Street, * Lewisburg, W. Va. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY Of Greenbrier County, West VlrQinU ! Hoviscd January 1, 11)19. Judge Circuit Court ? S. H. Sharp Prosecuting Attorney? S. M. Austin, j ter County Commissioners ? Thos. "W J Shields. President; J. O. McClung aD< ; IS. \V. Sydctcit ricker. C.ireuil Mlerk \V. !?'. I iichurdson. ? County Clerk? Paul C. Hogsett. SherilV !. L. (iravbeal; Deputies, j S. II. MeDmvcl!. j. \V. Miller and W. 15. Hunt. Surveyor ? James W. Under Deputy Surveyor ? O. Lake White J White Sulphur. Assessor ? K. It. Miller: Dept:ti?ss. 8. N I Umoju v f 'su KMii v A\ I Oflice Deputy ? ,1. W. Crickenberger \ House cf Vtelfc?r.ite?) ? J. S. Thurmond ?dc i A. B. C. Bray. Stale Senators ? J. S. Lewis, Oai ; Hill, and H. 6. Vincell. Superintendent of Schools ? L. O j llayncs, of Smoot. Justices of the l'eace ? Leuiaburg District ? W. It. Burdstte ace F. M. Arbtckle. Fort Spring District ? P. H. McQrat* and J. W. Fink. Irish Corner District? H. C. IJrwtn. White Sulpnur District ? N. A. Beck* ner, Caldwell and R. Leo Harper White Sulnhor. Falling Spring- District?- P. H. Booth* and W. 1*. McKfeftvei. Williamsburg District ? S. Gllkesoi and C. W. Burr. Meadow Bluff District? O. D. Ruckinas and Renick OBborna. Blue Sulphur District? J. L. 8a*y*w and A. M. McVofcT. Constable^ Le.wisburg District ? M. P.. G?Ue*p.e am Brlce A. Wade. n* Fort Spring District ? Irish Corner District ? Failing Spring District? R. L. CoWtj iind A. B. McClung. W llllamsburj? District ? Mon clow Rluff DlBtrlct ? H. C. Geastet niuu Sulphut- District ? White Sulphur District ? J. E. Avre* anil J. K. Forren. Overseers of the Poor ? Lewtsburg District?.). M. Cunningham Fort S tiring District ? II. Tj. CofTman Irish Corner ? C. B. Beckner. Anthonys CreeK District ? White Sulphur District ? J. K. Avrw Anthorys Creek District ? W. S Wald. Falling Spring District ? J. F. Bright Williamsburg District ? F. D. Wallace TlOkjOpU V "V *A\ MOpV<K , Bluo Sulphu.* District ? Jno. T. Modi eomery. Commissioners of Acco\mts ? John W. Arbuckle. F. M. Arbuckle. Samuel rrlc? anu A. M. TreHsel. . Times of Holding Courts. Circuit C<Jurt convenes on tfc* Third Tuesday In January. Second Tuesday in May, Second Tu'sday It September. The County Court convenes on ihe Flm Tuesday In each of the months of Janus r? February. Maxell, April. May. June. Jul?, September, October, November and D? comber, and oil <the Second and Fourt? Tuesdays In Augu?t J. B. T. COOILNG8, M. D. Specialist Iije, Ear, Nose and Xliro*i Fitdnc of Olawes. HlBton Hospital G. S. COFFMAN. D. D. S. X-Ray Equipment for Dental Surgery. Lflvtsborg, W. Vs. EVER BILIOUS? Charleston, Miss. ? Mrs. R. V. Heins, of this place, says: "I have never had to use very much medicine, because if I felt headache, dizziness, or colds, bad taste in the mouth, which comes from torpid liver, I would take a dose or more of Black-Draught, and it would straighten me out and make me feel as good as new. We have used in our family for years THEDFORD'S and it certainly is the best liver medicine I ever saw. It has not only saved me money, it has helped keep my system in shape, and has never weakened me as so many physics do. 1 recommend it to my friends and am plad to do so." Black-Draught is the old, reliable liver medicine which you have doubtless heard much about. When you feel badly all over, stomach not ri^lit, bad taste in your mouth, bilious, or have a headache, try Thcdfoid's Black-Draught. At all Druggists. Always Insist on the Genuine! 1.77 If XT Ad B R R figuring or. Building or Repairing I can Save you Monev on FLOORING. CEILING, SIDING MOLDING, OAK and POPIAR TRIM JOHN J.TAIT. Planing Mill Product*. AMerson. We*t Virgnif. Dli. 1). II. NICKKLti., Grm.iiftto nnd Mcrnmw* VKTKItNAKIAN. West Vtt. RADER BROS. OItIi fCn?lncorn anu t^tinrtiyor* #0ret?nbrl3r !;& dv Building I/ewl?bur?, Wfnt Vn. It is ii mighty mean person, wli" will cuss a newspaper, and yet waU a mile to borrow his neighbor* copy. Please find enclosed check f''r which please send me your P:,l". one year. Send at once. .1. 13. LM-' '' (/lintonvillc, \V, Va.