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Fit I DAY, .11 LY 22, 1021. St'HSCHII'TlOX I'lllCK. Dae year. *2.00 i| Six months. 51.00 (irecnbrier Valley Fair, August J ?>m 23. 21. 2.">. and 20th. Call 215 when in need of a Taxi. l',i cu. M. Patios. Lewisburg. 4-tf When m need of taxi service call j \\ . |>. Tcckwii.i.ku, LetoisbitnjA phone 220. Da\ and Night service, j |)r. 1'. A. Ceorge was elected Mayor ?if Honcevertc by the Board ,?f Commissioners on July 1st. Bev. Mr. Callin will hold Divine Svrvice at the Episcopal Church here Sunday morning the 21th. at |] o'clock. Don't fail to hear The Naniazca llawiian Singers, featuring Ilawiian Melodies, etc., ;it Carnegie Mali next Tuesday night, July 20tli, at N:15 p. in. For benefit of the Seminary. Mrs. F. ('?? l.obban has been ap pointed Local Registrar of Vital statistics for Blue Sulphur District, under the new law in effect July 21, 15)21. Also for Wolf ('reek, District, Monroe county. Finley M. Arbuckle has been ap pointed Local Begistrar for Lewis burg District, by the State Board of Health, under the provisions of the new Vital Statistics law. All births and deaths should be reported to hi.ni promptly. The West Va. News announces the engagement of Miss Birdie Town ley to Thomas Norwood Carswell, of Abilene. Kansas. The wedding it is understood, will take place in the late summer. FOB SALE. ? f> passenger Buick Auto. In A-l condition. Equipped with cord tires and extra. A good bargain. Apply, This Offici-:. POSTMASTERS MEET. The annual convention of the West Virginia branch of the Post masters' league will he held at the Chancellor Hotel in Parkersburg, ?August 1st, it was announced by B. A. Bapp, Secretary, of Benick. The meeting will be called to order at 10 o'clock on the morning of Au gust 1st. All third and fourth-class postmasters arc urged to attend, the announcement reads. MARVELOUS ESCAPE. Thursday morning between 2 and 3 o'clock a Ford car with two young men and two young ladies in it went over the bank at the point where the improved road west of Lewisburg turns off onto the old road near Wilson Bros. farm. The car turned almost completely over and one of the young ladies was badly bruised up and one of the young men had his colar bone either broken or cracked and was otherwise injured. Who the pass engers were we are unable to learn as they gave various names ? John son, Miller, Flesh man. Cook, Wil liams, etc. ? and seemed to want to hide their identity. They refused to go to a hospital at Boncevertt and hired E. C. ('oilman to take them to'Aldcrson in his taxi, leav ing here about four o'clock. How the whole crowd escaped death is marvelous. The car bore W. Va. license No. 77010 ? 1021, and *v .-s badly broken up. I SEASON TICKET SALE CUN1EST. The (irecnbrier Valley Fair will j give lo the young ladies selling the j largest number of season iickets to! the Fair the following cash prizes:! Largest number sold s2.~>.00 Second largest No. sold, I .">.00 ] Third largest No. sold, 1 0.0(1 Fourth largest No. sold. ,"?.00 This contest is open lo all and i> ix >1 restricted as lo territory. No prize will be paid to any con testant who has not sold lifly Iickets. Contest will (lose Satur day, Aug. 20th. after which time no season tickets can be purchased from any source. These tickets will be sold at s cach, good for day admission for the entire Fair. Write or see. W. L. TABSCOTT, Sec'y, Lewisburg, SV. Va. VAI.I'KS BOOSTIvD. In accordance with instructions from I l>c Slate Tux ('ominissioinT. Assessors throughout the Stale have placed new assessment values on real estiile. Mr. (iray. the I'.txctlc Assessor has made inanx chantfes in this county, most of the proper Is heintf assessed :? t ;i nilieh higher x nine. I'he largest increases are in the lo\\ns of .Moni^omerx and Mount "ope mid in Ml. Oove and Null. ill districts. In many instances the values have been increased HOU per '?'?it. The values in these towns 'lave hecn very low in years past and an effort has been made to place all properlx at a fair and ??rual valuation. I he hoard of equalization xx ill he ' 1 ' session until AllMllst I si to hear any eoiuplaints of property oxvn ers ;is lo unfair valuations. II v- "iihl he xvell for property oxvners to ascertain at once the values plac <??1 on their properlx and prcsenl ?ux micxancc lo the hoard before ?' is loo late. I'nffrflr Tribttuc. ASK INC A IHW FAYOiiS. "l'lease send iiu* a lew copii's of tin* paper which li:i?l t!?i' obituary . ami verses about the death ?.?!" my chilli .1 fi'\v win ks ago. Also pub- ! iish tin- inclosed clipping about my neicc's marriage. Ami I wish you would ineutioii it in your local I columns if it don't cost anything.) that I have a couple of bull calves ! to sell. Send me a couple of extra ! copies of the paper this week. As [ my paper. Times arc too hard to j nip paper. Times are too hard to waste money on a newspaper.'* A1MM.K CHOP IN ST ATI*:. West Virginia's apple crop this! year will reach only !II!),tMIU bush els. as compared with 7.000,000 1 bushels last year, according to July crop report issued by the 1'nitcd States bureau of markets and crop i estimates in co-operation with State ' Commissioner of Agriculture James ' II. Stewart. The peach crop shows! a falling oil' equally as great as ap- i pies, the estimate contained in the report being 80,000 bushels com pared with a production last year of 002,000 bushels. Most of the oth- | cr principal crops mentioned1 in the report show a decrease over last year's ligures. Ill (.HTM NO INVADlvS IIOI SK. | Lightning played unusual pranks t during a recent storm when it hit | the home of W. 11. Moore near Six | Mile Bridge, east of Lynchburg, Va. J The bolt tore a hole in the cor- i ner of the brick residence and pass- . ed thru the wall and splintered the slocks of two loaded shot guns, which were hanging on the wall, but the guns were not discharged. A third gun. near the other two. was untouched by the electricity, a son of the owner of the home, who was standing at the time within three feet of the weapons was onlyj lightly shocked. mi IN MEM (ill IAN : Mr. John I). Puckclt, late of Kain elle, Greenbrier county, W. Va., was born at Cirard, Louisiana, on Jan. 30. 1881, and died on June 8, 11121. He was hurried at the Charleston | Mausoleum on Friday June 10th in the presence of his sorrowing wife, and mother. Several friends met there to pay their last respects. The A. F. & A. M. of Charleston had charge of the services, and after the Kev. William Coleman had conducted the religious ceremonies and made a brief address, the Masons concluded according to their beautiful rites and ceremonies Mr. Puckett was a man of very genial and social traits of character He was ever ready to throw his in fluence into the life of the commu nity where he resided for the bet- 1 terment thereof, lie was of a tend er and sympathetic disposition and could be relied on to do his utmost to help those in distress. He was a resident of Rainelle, and was for four years the Store Manager of the Meadow River Lum ber Co.. an in that capacity was brought into touch with a large I number of persons, ai d thereby | endeared himself to such. He was I greatly liked by the people of that neighborhood, and was ever- | ready to support the Church in I every way he possibly could. In this he was encouraged by his en ergetic wife. He will be a very much missed man. During a lengthy period of siek ih'ss his place in the all'cctions of the people was demonstrated by the way in which they ministered to his comfort so far as they could. This lie highly appreciated, and was I ready to acknowledge it. lie married Miss Virginia Warren | from Aecoinac county, Virginia, j who along with his mother sur survives iiim. and to whom all the! people of the neighborhood tender | their sincere sympathy and prayers THE GREENBRIER UOUHTV WOMAN'S | ASSOCIATION. j I The following lisl contains Ihc j names of Ihosc who joined or re-, ! newcil their iucniber>hip Ihc lasi j day of Chautauqua. 1 he *1.00,1 'which i (presents Ihc membership j I fee. does not mean much to the in-' I dividual hut il means a great deal, I lo one Association, showing as it ; does your interest and co-operation i The Community House is much in ' need of funds to carry on its, i plans and y ou can help to make I possible by joining or eontrib | uting: j \ctivr Members : Mrs. .1. S. .Me Whorl it. Mrs. A. \V. Kirkpalrirk. i Mrs. T. A. Handler. ! Mrs. W. K. Darnell. | Mrs. O. I/. 1 taker. Mrs. .1. C. Dice. j Mr 5. II. I.. Van Siekler. Miss Annie Austin. i Dr. I'earl Swearin#en. Associate Members: i Mr. Mason Mathews. | Mr. Ha v I'arker. Mr. Moy I'arker. Mr. Moss I'arker. i j Dr. O. I.. Baker. Dr. Howard 15. Arhnckle. Mr. John C. Dice. Dr. <!. S. ('olFinan. Mr. It. M. Hell. Mr. Mason I'.ell. Mr. \V. I-:. Nelson. j Mr. I lomer Holt. Mr. Harper M. Smith, Men ick . i ' Mr. O. 15. doll'man. Mr. Howard Campbell. Mr. II. I<\ Mays. Mr. Dabney Davis. Contributors : Mrs. A. I". Malliews, *?>. 01). Mrs. II. W. Comsloek. Mrs. Mason Mathews. I Miss Jane I'riee. ' Mr. II. (!. Jackson. Mr. I5cn Sehoetlcker, 2.X f ? ?a \ < ? ofj ? bread. CLINTOHVILLE items. Mrs. Herbert Clark and Willi' son, | of Bicliwood. ;iro visiting fiiend->j liore this wi'i'k. Mrs. A. I'. Martir. h;is returned | to lii'i* home at Baincllc after a short visit with her parents. Mr. ! and Mrs. O. I). Bucknian. "All nt" Allies Ferrell was visiting ' at tin- home of .1. M. hcrrell last | w i'fk. Little Blanche Louderinilk. who j has heen ver\ ill. is reported eon- 1 valcscing. Mrs. (i. S. .letl'ries ami daughter, I Ina. Spent the day Sunday at the I home of (i. I.. Iledrieks. Bev. t >i If) I preaehed a very able j sermon at Sunrise Chapel Sunday, j irge erowd was out to hear him. i Kay llarrah, who has a position ; at Bichwood, was visiting here Sun day. Wade Bennett, of this place, is erecting a new house. A large crowd was present at the social given by Mrs. \Y. T. Craw ford last Wednesday evening. Every one reports a good time. The Taylor Brothers ar eonduet ig a camp meeting at this place. '1 hey preach only what is found in the Bible .so come out and hear real gospel facts. DEATHS. Hew .1. 1). Ellison, aged 82 years, and four months, and one of the olderst and best known Baptist ministers of the State, died at the home of his son, Floyd, at Lansing .'?ayetc county, after a short illness Itev. Ellison had been preaching in Fayete and Greenbrier counties for the past r?0 years. Deceased leaves four daughters and two sons. M. B. liwinn died at the home of his son in llinton on Monday after noon. July 11, 11)21, from paralysis and other complications. He was 07 years. 11 months and 0 days old. Deceased was born and reared near Sandstone, where he had spent the j greater part of his life, being a farm i er. He was married to Miss Lizzie .1. Nicely, of Greenbrier county, on December 25, 1891, and to this union three children were horn: E. \V. Gwinn, of llinton; W. B. Gwinn, of Sandstone, and Mrs. 1". L. Flint, of ?Bainelle, all of whoin survive. He was later married to Mrs. Virginia Surbaugli on Feb. 11, 181)1, who, with one daughter, Mrs. E. E. Flint, of Alderson, also sur vives. Mrs. Nina Bare, beloved wife of Eugene Bare departed this life at their home, 128 Chestnut street, Cincinnati, Ohio, on Friday, July .8, 1921. Her age was 37 years. De ceased was a daughter of the late T. H. Ellis and wife, of Irish Corner district, Greenbrier county, and was a sister of Emmelt Ellis. now | of Panhandle, Texas. Very beauti ful services were conducted in the home on Saturday afternoon by the Daughters of America of which order she was an honored member, and the funeral service was con ducted on Monday, the 1 1th, with interment following in the Spring Grove cemetery. From the Temple (Texas) Tele gram we learn of the death of Mrs. ('lias. 11. Dobbs, widow of Bev. Chas H. Dobbs, who died in her home at Brownwood, Texas on the 1th inst, aged 81 years. She was married to Mr. Dobbs at Shelby ville l Ky., in June 1805, Shelbyville be-! ing her native (own. Air. Dobbs! died in October last in old age. The' couple went to Texas in 187 1 as; missionaries and teachers. Some j I years ago Mr. Dobbs was pastor of i [the Biciilnnds Presbyterian Church j 'where he was much beloved by his! people. Bcturniug to Texas the I j family had since resided al Brown-! j wood. Six children survive, name- j ly: W. D. Dobbs, Brownwood. Bev. j (!. II. Dobbs. Jr., 1.1 Cnmpo; Mrs. L. I IB. Sims. Austin; Mrs. J. P. ,Bohcrt- j son. Galveston; Misses Bess and j [Anne Dobbs, of Temple. j Miss Annie Martha Bel!, whose' I health had long been feeble, died : j from a stroke of par;d\sis at her I ! home here lasl Friday afternoon. I.luk L"?. P.)2I, about live o'clock, aged 70 years. II months and 1 da\.j She was a daughter of Davi.l Hen-! I derson Bell and his wife Mrs. Lliza-j [belli ( I land ley ) Bell, holh of wlioiuj j have been dead main years. They! both were long residents of l.ewis burg. Mr. Bell being a brother of , jllie lale wcll-rcmembered Johnston ; I L. Bell and his wife a cousin of the 1 c?|ii:ill\ well-remc.mbered llarve> j ;ind Austin llandlcy. Miss Annie] is survived by three brothers .1. I \V i 1 1 i ;i in Hell, of Topcka, Kansas. i John II. Hell. of St. I.onis. Mo., and Charlie H. Hell. of l.ewishurg. (>f ? *,ier nephews unci nieces, II. \V. j Hell, of Mounoke, \* ;i. ; l.ake lilel. of ( 'harieslon . Miss .lanic Hader, < > I i l.ewishurg. sind Mrs. Allie lliiniin.j Mrs. Killie Christie. Mrs. Hell it* ( llamni, Mrs. I.ula .lones. and Mrs. j I i It* Hrawlev. nil of Charleston, were here to attend the funeral l.isf Snndny iiflernoon. Miss \nnic h:id been for main years .1 devoted member of llie Old Stone Church and lived IIh* life of a eonsi>|enl Christian. The funeral service in : the Old Church, eonducled by hei ' pastor, Hev. W. II. Du Hose, was largely attended after which the ! body was tenderly laid in its final | resting |daee in the town eeiuctcry 1 In await the great resurrection on tlii1 !;js! day. >ai'iuet Mason ! biptoiistall liied | ( n Monday aflcrnoor., .Inly IN. lll'JI | at lin' home (d his daughter, Mr ..; I'.'iberl .1. 'Hce on Summers slrcet. ? 1 1 : a 0 > . . V.. Va, <>f e.meer 01 die slop .?< !), ,.y. d ?') I years. II. h :d j Mill lro:u til i> (liV;'iU?| malady ^ since last ( Irtitln'i" and 1 1 ;i ? I consult- | ed specialists in Baltimore and otli- ' it piiici s but received no reiki". j I" or nine months ho had not been j able to lake solid rood and his ro- j ! husl physique of his younger da> s was redueed to a shadow ? ? f his , former self when death ended hiN ! i earthly eareer. Mr. Ilaptoustall j I was a native of Honceverte. hut for the past eight years had resided at ] Million. He was a hriek and stone mason and master meehanie and ' i architect in iiis line. He was a! faithful member of the Christian j , Church, an Odd Fellow and a splen did citizen He was a model bus-' baud, a devoted father and a sin i eei e friend. Ilis wife, who was prior to her marriage Miss Enuiia King, of Covington. Virginia, and three sons. .Miland I,.. Forrest .1.. and Mel v in I). Haplons'lall. and one daughter, Mrs. Bice, all of Hinlon, survive, lie also leaves three sis ters Mrs. .1. S. Crises, of llinton; Mrs. C. \V. Tinder, of White Sul phur. and Mrs. II. L. Shute, of Indi jaiia, and one brother. Frank Ilap tonstall. of Huntington. Funeral | services were conducted Tuesday evening by ISev. .1. W. Bean, of the Methodist Church and Bcv. J. W. Howe, of the Presbyterian Church. I lie remains were taken to Bonce verte Wednesday morning and from there conveyed to Salem Church, near Organ Cave, for burial. PERSONAL MENTION. Oley Warren, who has spent tiie pasl year in Europe for the U. S. Shipping Hoard, arrived in Heck ley last Friday to visit a few days with Iiis parents. Col. and Mrs. Ceo. W. Warren, and other relatives. Dili ing tlie year that he has been abroad he has visited all parts of Europe and north Africa from his headquarters in London. After a few weeks on this side of the At lantic lie expects to return to his post. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace B. Livcsay. of hoi I Natches, iexas, who had been visiting their uncle, Capt. .1. W. Robinson, at Henick, and other relatives in the county, left Tuesday lor ther home. .1. E. Garrett. Esq., and J. Anth ,oin. ol Mt. Hope, passed through Lewisburg in a car Tuesday after noon on a pleasure trip to Niagara Falls and oilier points of interest least. Mr. Garrett is a son of B. F. I Gai rett, of the Maxwelton commu nity, and has served a number of terms as Mayor of Ml. Hope- -one of rayette county's growing ami prosperous towns of more than 2, 00(1 people. He gave us a very pleas mil call and expressed great satis faction when lie learned of our ?progress in rebuilding the Semi nary Dormitory and of the big new buildings going up at the G. I*. M. ui Earl Peck, who seven weeks ago met with the dynamite cap accident and whose eye had not re sponded to treatment, was taken by his sister Miss Bertie Peck to the Epis'copal Hospital al Washington, it. C., for treatment. After one week there they sent him on to a ?Specialist in New York to have an A-ray taken of the eye. The Spec ialist there found a small piece of brass cap deep in the eye and two pieces in the lid. He then was re turned to Washington where Drs. Burk and Hcmings performed the very delicate operation of remov ing the fragment from the eye. The Doctors hope llial when the band ages are removed Ihey will find the sight uninjured. Dr. C. S. Coll man and family left Wednesday for a ten days vacation at Ocean City, New Jersey. Miss Julia I. \ brook, of Hoanoke. Virginia, and Miss Hetty l.awson Henderson, of Blacksburg. Va., are ! visiting in the home of Mrs. A. J " Wilson. Miss < ieorgia Cral t, of |he Alex- i .indria (Va.l Hospital, arrived liciv I Jills week and will spend her v.ic.-i- ! [ion wi!h her vistcr. Mrs. Harry A. j Slresiley. and her hrolher. Mr. Ash- 1 l>y Craft of our town. M'-s. John C. Dolson will, her Iwo ! " tie daughlers. left on iiie I. Mi, f,., ! Clarksburg |(l spend a few months AM 111 her molher, Mrs. J. |j. Kesler. Dfiin \ C;;llis.,n and fainilv, of I Heard. INxaltonlas counl\ , spent i liisl .Sunday here in ||, e home of i,i> j l?:" rnls. Mr. M, s. Hichard I". ( .aliison. Dr. ;iml Mrs. ( ). !.. linker .mil 1 liltli* daughter. .1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 . will leave I Monday for (Iraig Healing Springs,! Virginia, for ;i two week s stay. Mrs. L, I.. I, t-r. of iSouecvcrlc. I left last Monday for Craig Healing | Springs for ;i st ;i > of Iwo works. J Walk ins l.aey. Jr.. son of ,l!rv. \ Walkins l.aey. Sr.. recently grad- j Milled from I lampdcn-Sidney C.ol-j lege, Virginia, and one of the speak- ? ers a I t ii t> eonnneneemenl exercises, ; is here visiting his grandmother, , Mrs. M. L. I .aey. Miss Kiln Ilives is here from \n- ! gli.*ta C.onnlv. Virginia, the guest . of her grandmother, Mrs. Ida Moore ' at <?. I\ S. Patrick It. Collins. of Cincinnati, i is spending several days in Lewis- 1 hurg this week overlooking the' seenes of his hovhood days, lie] came lo l.ewishurg with his parents, in 18ll> when a iiicit child, lived here until l?S(?l when I"- went west j I'aul Mays. Itoy I'arker and Julian j MeWhorler went down to Camp) Knox, Ky., Tuesday night lu lake! Covernment army training for thirty days under the system estab lished h\ the (lovernmonl for that t purpose. I W. Dwyer after spending a v."''l. oi two .it home on his return' from tin* Arkansas 1 lot Springs lift Ins! week for .Ml. 1 Semens. Michigan , to fry again Mir trratmeiit there. lie' is still hopeful that he will li n :i 1 1 > get rid of tlu* rheumatism from which he lias MillVrcil so long. Mr. ami Mrs. It. 11. L. Wood left tlu* first t ?r the week for tlu* Craig, Healing Springs w In* ri* they will | enjoy a few works ? ?f rest :i 11 ? i rec- | real ion. Miss Tillie Skaggs is visiting her j friend, Miss Louise Dixon at Kim ; City, North Carolina. Mrs. 1*. II. Anschutx eaine through I the operation for appendicitis in | the University Hospital at Chariot-) tesville last Friday w ithout serious j trouble or suffering. No eompliea- j lions. Mr. Ansehutx, who eaine i over yesterdav on a business mis sion. reports her doing well ami will be able to come home soon. \V. \Y. Foster is back from a ? delightful trip lo Atlantie City and Philadelphia. Says the time lie' had was worth the big hotel bills he had to pay. Dr. James McClung, of Richwood i and Clenco, was here for a few ; days on his way to Charleston. C. \V. Burr, listj., who had been with his father, the venerable A. B. Burr, who is suffering from a stroke of paralysis at his home in the Rich lands, left for his home in Missouri Wednesday night. He likes his new home in Missouri and, in a pleas ant interview the day he left, told us many things about the country and the way they live and do busi ness out there. Pat Sullivan, who has been at Biehwood for some time is now at his home on Carroll Hill. He was in town yesterday Mr. and .Mrs. Thos. J. Pare after spending a week with Tom's par ents. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. II. Pare here left yesterday for their home in Charleston, South Carolina. Prof. A. .1. Thompson returned last week from a month's visit to his farm in Greenbrier county. He has rented from the trustees of the Methodist Church the residence property recently purchased by them from Mrs. Alliee Keller. ? l/timpshirr Review. Misses Julia Swent/.el and Nannie Temple, of Huntington, \V. Va., are spending the week with Miss (Iraee Darnell here. Rev. 1). M. Armen trout, who had been with his brother, J. S. Armen trout for about two weeks, left for his home at Lenoir, North Carolina yesterday. His daughter Miss Wil 'lie Sue. is at this time a guest at Connie Skaggs' and Miss Daisy will i lake a position in Roanoke. (1. \V. Carr, who had been in j Greenbrier about five weeks, left | for his home near Andover, Ohio, I yesterday. 1 Dr. John D. McCorkie, registered Eye Sight Specialist, of Hinton. W. Va., at tlie (ireenbrier Hotel, Hon ceverte. First Monday of each month from nine to five o'clock. SECONQ HAND COFFIN FOR SALE. "Now thai I have been resurrect ed from I lit* ;.Taw to whii h my stomach trouble was fast leading mo ami tor which event I hail made preparations, even to having bought my eollin. Mayr's Wonderful Kein ed\ has made a new man of me and I feel as good as ever in my life, after having been at the point of death half a dozen times with acute idigestion and colic attacks.*' It is a simple, harmless, preparation that remoci's the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays tiie inllnmat ion which causes practical ly all stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded. Sold by Lewisburg Drug do., and Druggists everywhere. NAMED ON IIOAD COMMISSION. (iovernor IS. F. Morgan complet ed the personel of the new State jtoad Commission when he appoint ed Nelson It. Whittaker. Wheeling manufacturer, for the short term appointment to serve with Major C. I'. Fortney, chairman, and Dr. E. 13. Stephenson. Whitaker's term of oHice is for two years; Stephenson's for four and Fortney's for six. The salary for the Commissioners as lixed in the act is $7,50(1 annually.The Com mission is at present engaged in plan nig the road program to extend over the next two years for which the 1921 Legislature authorized an expenditure of $15,000,000. Practically Unbeatable. "My wife," pridefulty said a citizen ?f the Ozarks, in the cross-roads store, "splits the kindling every morning of the world, packs In the stovewood. builds the fire, milks three cows, gets six kids ready for school, sews, mends and (takes, and then has the house all redded up before it comes tluio to put the dinner to cooking. And I'd Just sorter like to know who can beat her." "Well," returned a bystander, "as she's prob'ly tollable muscular and I hain't been right well myself since way long Inst spring, and she hain't my wife, no way, while mebby I could beat her, I'm yur to say that I hain't got the slightest Idy of trying it." ? Country Gentleman. Ancient Pictures. Mankind has always loveil pictures. Races, without a written language, have left behind them rude carvings and murals to attest the fact. When an industry arose that appealed to this ancient appetite with pictures that moved, it did not have to wait long to see whether It would die or tlourish. A dozen years ago the motion picture business, as we now know it, did not exist. Today the American public sup ports 16,500 moving picture theaters, makes 5,000,000,000 visits to them a year and spends $750,000,000 annually for the amusement. ? The Nation's Business. "Corona Wool Fat Compound is very penetrating. A splendid application for barb wire cuts, bard and con tracted feet, quitter crack, mud fever, thrush, grease heel, sore teats of cows, wounds and sores ol almost any nature. "Guaranteed." U. S. Courier Bags, $3.00 ? less than half what they cost the Government. Can be used for brief case.stvc'e nls* I eg?, or workman tool bags. Genuine U. S. Blankets$6.00. Size 72x84 inches. Suitable for bed or auto or carriage robes. THOS. H. PARE, 1.001 Mi< in Street, Lewisburg, W. Va. XT 1ML B E R I C figuring on Building or Repairing I can Save von Money I t on FLOORING. " CEILING, SIDING, MOLDING, OAK and POPLAR TRIM JOMN J. T A I T. Planing Mill Product?. Alderson, West Virgnia. J. B. T. WMMINMH, M. J>. SpoclallM !?<>??, I'.ar, Noso ami ThroiM j Fit ( lay of UtasscH. klinfoo Hospital C, S. COFFMAN. 0. D, S, X-Hjiy IC< 1 1 1 i pmcnl for 1 >?? n I ;?1 Surgery. I/Cwinburjr. XV, V*.