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MCMBin NATIONAL NCORO Mill ASSOCIATION K. MTKR THAN SEEIII K WHITTICO & HILL naihHCKa i faupmriDn. M. T. WHITTICO, Editor. T. EDWARD HILL, Bii»u>r« Mgr. Artui«-» of uu.rv than ten Unf* will be charged 10 cento i<er line. Publt»hed fvtrj Friday in mlcrctl ot the Kerro K«y -Hu Sa'uI and l*o liticaJ Righto. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year in advaiMV $l.5"» Six month.- in »dvan<v... «5 Thmr oiontlu iu »tvtmv ^ One mouth m advance Bicgle copy W5. ADVERTISING RAT US H RMSllKD BY R*Xfl E>T. Special rate* to chart-be*, •• h««>l« and eoikfpm.. Subw ril**r* «Imnjnntf th«*ir P«*t < MTk «• •ddrvm mutt notify tiw pubtiatier* ur rl« hi» ■alwriott'>n will Im* coilrcb'd jnnt th* Hit ll lit" I i»'l I t Entered w, Sfi-uo.1 Cla~. Matter March », 1*4, at th*- P.wi (Htire at K*-y.c.ne * . \ a., under m ol Co»*rv«*. March \ FRIDAY IU.Y 4. 1**13 FOURTH OF JULY (NO THE BtlTLE OF CETHSBURG | This day 137 year* th» Declaration of Indt pcud»n« e wa adopted and tlte lliirU-^n p.»h>ni^ united in one ymmt < Hurt in lib erate the people oil tie slates from Britiab oppression. It was th< spirit of liberty and freedom which inapirecttie Fathers of this Republic to such deeds of h«»ro ism and sacrifice. It was the world wide strangle for liberty which brought forth victory. Even thouph America declared herself free and stated in the declaration that all men were free and equal yet the crack of the slave drivers whip was heard throughout the land, the baying of the blood bound struck horror to the soul of thousands of hu man beings for years after and the auction block for the sale of mother, father and children was a familiar sight. Not until the battle of Gettysburg was fought 67 years later was it definitely determined that physical free dom would be a fact instead of a theory in th s country. After the victory achieved by the forces of'freedom and union iu that great battle the great champions of liberty, freedom and equality received new hope because they knew that the slave trade was doomed. The strength and even the spirit of the South was bro ken. On the third day of July lb63 the rebellion was proven a failure and a new nation was born dedicated to f This week a great reunion and celebration is taking place on that battle held. The Yankee and the Rebel are shaking hands in brotherly love, both aides art making cxcuses for the struggle and nothing is heard of the an derlying can hp of the war of th« Rebellion None of the speecl, makers refer to human right# and few mention equality be for f the law. liberty is only refer? td to in general terms and ever though the black soldiers and statesmen contributed much tc the.success of that war, yet the3 ara missing from the reunior upon ita greatest battle field. Is liberty, jostu e and eqoalitj in the United States a mockery' Has abe forgotten the straggle blood,'tears and sufTerirg of hei aoas to erect upon thm continent a government dedicated to liber ty? Has she lost sight of the hardships and deaths of thous aads of her sons to make the U. 8. a government "Of the people, bf the people and for the peo pie." We believe that the spirit of the fathersof the Republic and iteaavtoars has forsaken the land and that this generation la con last to attempt to bluff tha world bp pretaocee and t > give liberty only a part of her citizens by year since the War of RahelHor the South baa re 0MB0* what it loet in battle She without her slaves today, HiflhWrts of those e*vee mg% vHbost Mharty and justice Miliftlty » Mkaown to tbm ■ifhtB tha catohralfcnn and re ^ »! Hii# to ft h*w mock i»ry. the Star* and Stripe* a *yod>m>I (ho -cnt^T and opor*»»i >*H»n WV ti u-it that «*»!▼ a few v- *r« *»i| p«*« er«> Aumtic* wW »• i ;:<rU 'r^ ab-n all ber viii d ► 11 * ul ei j »y tb«* ble*i«ir.g» lot liberty, equality will be a fact inetead of a theory, di'Cr'.oiina tion will cea»e and justice reign supreme. Thea aad not until then can this nation really re joice ann be proud and the battle of Gettysburg be other than an empty victory. There ia n » freedom without liberty, no equality with di* crimination on account of race and no justic ; a<t long a> the mob rules and w< altb. power and in tluence dictate the deciaion of judges. WE STILL ADrtERE TO OUR POLIBY. Below we publish a letter from Kev. Shrurn i*kiitf that we tits continue sending the paper to him l>ecause »f ourarticle toward (he miner's union. This is one of many that we have received hut we siill adhere to our policy of advising the colored miners to refuse to j >ii. the union as long «s the union «ti-«riininHte against Negro*** and i«* Generally unfair in its dealini « Such sgi'ator Shrum, v »i • hav»» n*v* r don* a davH work in the mine* and ha* no otlier int« r»-*t in\he miner* than to tl iac* -them • re riu«irv tli the tr«»uhl , *»iff *r»ng an 1 had feeling that *e •>!* the miner through -ut Mt- Th? h'»n »st tr«w kii g . n %r** glad to r« a* ibt Time* ai i th** Fiti T«»i and Winding (» ilf eo«i ti-ld« th»-y ire following the advice gir#>n h\ the Times. Sin urn pa d 25<* 01 his subscription and The Mc Dowel I Time- will not suspend publication I em use he fails to pay more. THE LETTER. Eerie®, W. Va, June 20, 1913 Mr. M . T. W hittico, Of The McDowell Times. Dear sir and Editor:—Please discontinue my subscription for ■your paper. As it has a stand against uni >n labor, for thai caufte 1 don't want the paper anj longer. Kespet tfully yours, Kkv. M. L. Shklm. NEW TORI COLORED UIIOUL GUARD We are publishing this week i copy of the I'.ill providing for i company of Colored Nationa Guards in Njw York City. It ii one of the tx it laws pasted ii recent years in the interest o the Negro. Governor Sulzer of New York though a De .nocrat, has prove* himself fair and friendly towarc the Negro. The signing of th< National Guird Bill is not Ui< first instance r f t! e unpartialitj and fairneaa of the New Yorl governor toward the Negro When the Biownsville affair wai before Congreas Mr. Sulzer whi was then a u.emUr of the Housi of Representatives was one o the two Democratic Congress men to spesk against the dis charge of the soldiers of the 25U Infantry wi bout a trial. Th< signing of the Civil Kights Bil recently was another act whicl marked the Kmpire Slate gover nor as a great, fearless and fai man. It is such men as Sulzer tha > all liberty loving, fair mindec men should support for ofhci regardless of race or party <Governor Su'zer is the only mai in public hfs today wbo ha shown that he is favorable to tb< Negro in the army. Split Skirts The harem skirt, the peek s boo shirt waist, the shesth gowi of a few years s*o were t*mt>lenii of modesty compared with th< split skirt of this season. Of al the indecent, immodest and vsl irar pieces of wearing appare worn by women in their insan< deei.e to be fsshionshle, this tri vesty on modesty and decency 11 the limit. Why women, wht should be modest and enrourajp parity should wear sech rslffai dreaeee and fs'l over tbemseivea for the aoet immodest effects ii styles is a mystery to mars maJ« plodders liks oarseires. 11 woo Id be eqsally as decent to szposs tc the view of tbs capiat public anj t ksr part at Iks- body. What } hi-i. diMirr finite llra^«, j h- \ »T«» tn ih*4 vtud«v|!lr HI d ■•ure-qiMr-hjiw* wner* th»- a. n are %~ieci «h ! ai'Hit turn-* i ic<i' f-.r th*»ir v»t vliile most* f tbw«* »ip<><w>d • j the split skr t are loorv d?«ifu> t inir than attractive No mother, with control over her dau^hUr and wishes her u» tie irentle, m<>d tU and irood wili permit h^r U wear the split skirt. If jounc ffirln d<> not kn >w the fitnes<* 1.1 thin?* acd tl>e>r parent* h*v*» n<> rejrard for |>ul»lic decency tin city othctsts *h-»oW take the tnsf ter in hand out «>f rearird to put lie morals U..ly a f« w of th> vulvar variety nave t>een seen upon the street* of Keystone and uone are worn at present by the better class of colored people Funeral of Mrs. Viola Sanders The funeral of Mr* Viol* San tier* wm pievhed Wedneada? of this wt*»k »■* Ktt K P. Jo n win, i>a*t<>r «•. K**n«zpr Pre -»hy Urian churrii. Kioil*a", W Va »• th^ homo of f.erhuai»and. Prof W W Sand»r- at W»»|. h. T» «w-vm <n wit a I forceful and I qu«nt K v L Dilmoy of Fr*»« u»an male*4 «*oine ruimiliinen |tarv rnnnrU- • » ninir th« ' Mfe of ih*» d ••• 4<»'d » h'» uiivh" -cho •! »««ipe \ H m M. I"h-# !•» urv * i« lead h K ••!«» M P 'A mii u* • Trie »»«!• • ei»r»-r» •• ••» l.'u«*«ell .la«k«««* . Kuiu» l« •*. * »•■ I' nr * .la m • Oliver, (i. K N| n*lt, lunii M *?r<, KM I' turn, .l.t'i !>.• ». 'inw. M T V hi !»«••• *ii.t A (i. Pun*. IuUtui- m t *»k in ihe llluetield «♦metery ai.d was attended by a lar*te number of people from Welch, Kimball and Keyatene. 1 OBITUARY. Frances Vi da Baltimore San tiers was born in Chain bersburg, Ps , October 14, lw7 She wan thf daughter of A roasted and Auna Baltimore, both of whoa sre deceased. Miss Baltimore was educated in the Graded and H'gh scliooli of Cnambersburg and st Scotii Seminnry In addition to hei literary training she was a pro ticient musician and delighted ir playing and Kinging. The deceased can.e to Wes1 1 Virginia in 1909, taught schno k fur one year at B ram well anc 1 two years at McDowell. Sh< 1 was married to °rof. Wn. W 1 Senders June 5, 1912. Mrs. Sanders was oonvertet at the age of 14 years and be > came a memiter of the Presby 1 terUn chnrch at her home Aftei 1 coming here she becama a mem > b#»r of the church of her taith s ' Kimball r She was taken ill January 1 1 1913 and was never well again ' Tne deceased was a consisten > Christish and bore her suffering * with patience and fortitude Shi ■ never murmured or complainec ' and was more solicitous abon * the welfare of others than her ' self. Before the end came oi 1 the morning of J une 30, she gav< ! her husband directions as t<. hov 1 and where she wished to be bur k led and spok^ U-autifuliy of tin ' life te come, H«»r spirit of resi| nation was sublime and she fel absolutely sssured of a futur. 1 life of healtli happiness and coi ' tentment The tour hing api>*>s M which she made to her husbanc • and friends not to grievt or wor 1 ry for ber v as a »ola< e to thei 1 wounded hearts. The faith an< • hope expressed by the dep*rte< was strOng, beautiful and sub limfe. Mrs 8and»*ra «u a oeoik of the Independent Order of 8t Lukes and was d.-arlj beloved hj all who knew her hven !hon< who did not know her intimawlj liked her and showed deep inter est in her welfare She l»«a*e* i devoted hoahand, five sisters, si) brothers to mourn their Ions She was a loving, true and faith ful wife, a kind, devoted and freti tie sister, and was adni'ed bj all who perchance had the food fartnne to meet her. Mr A M (iru»*r. nuiwrr <<4 Um ► ui(Hrr Tti^atr*. <»*Jy. mam in U* ntj •lirn-iinf U> httmtnrm mn l mr.i.g Ux> \«>j\ Wninolij Ifr H. Ci. Swrte o< BliiHMd warn K«r>k wf mhtrr patimto in KryaSrm* Wtdmv day Dr. J. M WhittocoGof WuiwiMnnapnii Tnmdmj ni«k>t m KinbaU HARRY J. CM ATTOKNB Y - AT LAW Practices !n a!! tiw tourta in W. V%. Agent for the sale of. hoi< e property in iiluetield and Prince ton, on easy terms. Office up stairs opiiosite th#» Kev«*ton« Supply Co., Kt vst'»ne. W. V\ STATK SKN ATOK SMITH VVIt<> km ntvntly <»f liril«ry IU llw ftxlrr.tl ~-iiaU>r l;«l ««.hti»»t STATE SENATOR SMITH CONVICTED OF BRIBERY Jiry Decides He is Guilty of Ac cepting $?,20Q to Vote for Colonel Edwards Wfkalrr Sj»rii»<*. W. V*., July 1-— Statr Senator Sm.th wa* iituvirlwl of kikwrj toiuirht in nwwiliiio »itti th*» I arrvptanre <»l T ' "> •• to v. »t«- t< r t'ol W il , liam S»-yii».Mir I ilvtnni* rtn<li<UI«> for , I mini >tat»-- N nat'.i Aller » prwitii.kn <i (rial tlu- fa**- wrnt U» tlx* jury shortly atw-r 4 o,clock thia 1 altrrnm« Th« v«r.-at \» jk returned at toiinrlit. ^ Sutitli thr tip»t iut*inl*T of the Wat I Virginia U-yi»lai ir»» t.. I** oxnutcd on I •i» L a rliarp1. ■ — ——— | PN1IN610N! $ ' I L Samuel I'aLton is very ill at hi* home on Seventh ave. Minn Minnie Cobb* K«ve a par ty at her home la-U w»*ek. Those t present sper.t a delightful even r in*. » Rev. J. T. Gibbons preached I at St. Alban* Sunday it the cor i ner Atone la\ ing. Miss Minnie Cobb* leaves Sat* 1 urdav for Northtork «"» her 5 aunt, Mrs. Howard. ' Mr. and Mrs II Kufus White entertained Mrs Howard of Northfork at breakfast on Tues f day. \ Dr. E de J M< Sween left for ^ Cadar Grove where he will prac I tice his profession. NEGRO ELKS ARE ENJOINED Dayton, Ohio, July l-M^m I b#»rA of the iv-krn l of IbiIra throughout Ohio anl eapecially in Dayton are now barred from tt»inir any of th«- paraphanalia and inaifrnia in common with thoaeother nion who are mem hern of the white order, accor ding to a drciumn handed down by Judge A. C. Rimngorof Eaton today in a raw til**d in the Mont i iromcry «ountf rouri* The action wa* brought by Al Demyer and oth«>ra of the Day ton branch of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Kike of the Uaited States of America againet the lmproyed lienevoleot and Protective Order of Klka of the World and the Improved Order r of Rika of the World Judge Rl*ing#»r n%j% th»' Neg roea "deeerve great praise for their appreciation and affection for the ethica. philoephy. frater oaliam and eocial apirlt prevail COLSTON-- -KACCHUS IW» « 15 v m . Jon* 24. 1VI2 ii «• Mi>*»»lla C"M« n ii d >i- ruiio Bu'Chutuf Wr»*co •• r iii iWd in th« tx»vd« of hoi? u*i • iowuv br K t- A Hal J Whit fi-W. I he bride en te red the parlou upon I be arms of her brothe io w• ved br the groom and ih U*»*r of the bude. Mi*a Miibu Afwr the ceremony, bre*kfa *«• served and the jounar cou Me L It Cor thfcir future borne » Vmvioo Their mai.y friends wish to. t em a long and happy vojatft upon the *ea -.f matrimouy FOR PARDON ATTORNEY CwUiriUi lateral Takes ia At Caadidacy of Samel Satin Writ h N 'tr» ill BlueOel.l Telegraph > C< [i>ulrrtUr interest M l«eiu« manife* U-.I at this platv in tf»e candidacy of our t »«iimiiui. Suiiih>I *>olina, lor the ortvt* f | ar.loii ■ttmiwj Mr. Molina utayounp It til <>4 aterllOtr jnaltw* and well titled to hold lit** p-«Mtiott f.»r wbi.li he ia a*i>inii|t In lit'- primary til l fall rU lkJU of l«u-t Ih- vtfiit mil into the tiel<l anil, lo c tlu-f a nit ao.ii- til lita influential llrl» rr a friend*. » ik*-d iintirnntly l<>r tin rnli>4i of otir |.r»-T~-nt rxnitivr, hi re r -nit <4 vtlii.li «i»k in re than two • ll r«U «il tlir II lift-** of the state • n N » .'i i'«>t tlwii \ >te a lib '<n* voitr t<.. « » .< • I II* 'I Haiti l<l \lr S»»lni# lux turn lurit^l in Wctrti or iIm- or ihree year a. tlnrim W'.ik It time lir I'M » 41 a II aloe lor tlllll wit «t iIm- liar. aii-l Ina many Irten Wnii kiiiiircni through .i.t tin* ats-uxi arv r»i ly in ^i^i|»rt >!• liia • an<l)<U'y i«»r utftt-e, Irrl that no letter ntteJ or more itu !>->r< iial iumii roci<l Or choaen to till tlw 11 «ce. KDI fOK'S NOTE We qiHite Uir above frout Um* Daily Telegraph ol on** of tins week's laaue.and tlir 1 noe« takes delight in pawing a good word along lor our esteemed friend, Sa muel S4ina. Tlie rulorad boyw of Mc Dowell nave no better friend than At tornry Soiiuaof Welch, and. they admire iiiin lor tiw hustling qual itiea, clean re t-ord and atraight Kepi ibluau lam >aui >ohus an* raised iu K.iait*all and educated himself in the Wni Virginia I niveraity, belli* a West Virginia lioy; and the part lie took in the pa at tight lor Governor ll.uield needs no recco uifiuinUoii. He ia emiu^ntly tittetl lor the olttce ol Pardon Attorney, and hia many frienda both in McDoat ll and throughout the state wiah hiui mk-ccm in his candidacy. 60LDEN RULE NEWS Krpurto are coming in otilj to the ol tic* and nearly all ul them contain appli t atioiw fur nea mrudjera. H* liuidrti Kule Aaeociation it »Ut uievting ita claims promptly. Rev. K. H. Mt-Koy, tiw Preeident, p reached Um* annual «arui<>n for Moruinf Star Aaeociatioii, No 2t, at Ix>veiy 7.lot HapUat Church. Vivian, W. Va.. la* Sunday and paid tfte rmk>wui«i)t <4 Bro W. El. Banka, lirturv an overt! nainc »'.infr«vati<<ii The aaeoriation led b] Mr*. Heulah Sialr and Mr. Aoderaoc Johnaon and the Nursery, tad by Mra l-w < beatiiaui. formed a boa proceaaion All and all Sunday was a great day wit) tlie (iolden Kule people of Vivian anc many who aere n"t members. after wc ing U»e paretic. bearing the aplendid pa pere, liaterung to tbe Mrmon and aeeing the endowmeiita paid, dec w led that ti.ej would |oia«t once. New Hope Amulation. No. 1, ol l'p land ba<i their annual aermon preach e»i by Kev. J. Pryoc. Tbey, too, had a great day The houae waa crowded and fnembera were ea|*< ;aJly delighted at th« ronviu mi manner in abtch Rev. Pryoi presented the (laitna of the <»oldeo HuU Aaariabun upon our people. Knxn tlx interest mandeeted -unday, we feel aurt tnat New H >pe Association ant im reaa its membership Apnt Richard Ham his faithful officers are worfcidf with nsa \mi * TW Miastrel UttrictiM Al lk« GtmI Ctfiivti Tl<* I" >U> «rr lh* . of Um peHornicri at ti* • N.I PluiUboo Ktrw Uon now at the ('winval, Hilly Hivkm. mrciiii and dMrinf ro nialMB Harhit'bia*, droll rooiati«n MtMv Atiama impm an i dracina amtintti Mra I>awy Caltovay, U.« axrthrrn nt«htiDffaW Mr* Johnny K-'wiar nitfaiaW Mra. Halt* Kowlar. Ma(M( and baafc daariat lata Williama, ^mtheni "con* abo« Irr Tom *rntt, the original > <4i«di«s of thr a-uU. THK CRCHfXTRA Prol Calloway, dir*r«or and violialatt Boater Fowkr, riaruirtiat and aUeigbt mra Olwrtir Willianta. bita playar Harry <tr—ory. tmmbnM P10F. F. *. C^UOWAT Director of the Colored Min$tr»»i Sbow with the Metropolitan Carnival OFFICIAL DIRECTORY •f MCDOWELL COUlm CIRCUIT COURT. (Eighth J licial Circuit) Counties of Mc D.iwell. Mercer and Monroe. Hon Inaiah H«rndon. Jud* *el<-h: W. Hurbriltfe P*vt •?»erk. Term* o,* Court Second Tu «* •av in P hnu'T .|un<f mr,d > mher •WIMINIL nuit •': H<m J. ►v»noh s>m h- - |U i„ . .r i. '*»• t'ler^. lei ui« of i>nr( S. M in J*nus-». A(»• M. Jt,|y n • I lOM'f "OUMTY OOHi:': , fc,u „ „ I I-- I* s fit,.,, v., B F l\|rtoM. N Or. K K hi H'**u r, K •tone. ' oaninitaioner* R B. Bernhejuj. clerk, WHch Terms of Court. First Mon day in January, April, August and October. License Term, first Monday in June. COUNTY OFFICERS . Sheriff, J F Johnson, Welch Prosecuting Attorney F C C to k Assistant Pros. Attorney, G L Counts Clerk Circuitand Crim. CourU. Burbridge Payne ClorkCounty Court, KB Bern heim County Surveyor, w C Morgan Vivian Supt. Free Schools. W CaMsim Cook, Kimball Assessor, C E Ru*miaell County R »ad E l^iueer, « McCltren County Health Officer and cor >ner. Dr. J H McCalloch Commissioner School Lands C E Rusmisell, McDowell Members House of Delegates Geo Wolfe and C. E barman State Senators, Sixth Senato rial district (counties of McDow ell, Mingo, wayne and Wyoming "b^.%r«>nweicb; mz 1 ~ " ~~ ~ -. - — Ua4ertakia( ud Set nee ky Siakford ald Warrea 1 Neetkeek, C H. Rice AfeaC. Sinkford and Warren under takers and embalmers in tbecitv of Bluetts Id are to be contain •tod on the wise selection of Mr '■ "* Northfork as their Hfent for the territory of North fork and adjoining towns. Any time any one should unfortunate lj need the services of these gentlemen all you haye to do 1* to noUfyC.H Rice who is al way. Johnny on the spot " He can he found by casing over any Phone No . f >adM fm M- R*«, A for Sinkford .V Warren, undertakers They *uarajn<(€ all ttrrirrt r.nd,rod •aiUfarfc.,.-,. I0 tf NOTICE Kiaii (U'tn (<>r tr» b.rt' rrrtiti<-atra wvil br l«td Wf4rh, tidlovfil county Wrmt Virfinit am April M. June I.VI.1 «ih Jojj 3i Aur«t i. ins. AppliranU f-*om (4hrr mvntifa miwt |»m Pi I pcrnil l>f the County flsfmatrapnil at (hnr hotnr county Thua* roainf from atl»r iUim will t» required to InrnMi yntprr rrfrrrnr«a •»< iNtinMMitk m to rr|NiMHm, chararftrr, Mr., fruoi inair ynad rrapnmlM* pffmn All ip^iraBli will enroll in thr olftrr o4 lh* (Vtunty SnprriMradrat ml thr Oowt Hn*m on thr ^rrrainf preceding the flr*t day o4 thr rittniMtwui Your* rrrj truly WILMAM OA#IU« COOK Sapt at Schools kfd tke "AA" MRS BELLE SMITH TV r#» 1 . •. r|»«» r«».»t g <1 rt* a* %nd feed® »««j Ii>l»i;ING ArtX).|f)D\riON th« *. r\ », oiiuti)«ble. laestone Jet., W. Va. SAXOPHONE DRBftESTftA M u«»u* fsrM«be<l for S <cials and Uaiich-. and greaU'tft iiiuhk'aI hiu and harmonics Term* Kea-wn Wire or write THA:>DEUS E. HARRIS Attoroty and Counselor at Law Now located ia the Wbittico Bldg. on Upper Main St. Practi cing in all the Courts of W v., V*. and 0. ; Kesyst;fl', W. V*. ~T~ (meats WOMEN SHOULD SAVE f >r (miMlilf rainy MajU- tbrrc won't al*ajr» t ■»• a "l»r<a<l winnrr'' in tht> family a* Umtv i* mm. Tlwu m lint ry? in tit** >>uiik will *a\e j.mi iinx-h <ii» <-i>uil<>rt May!*-, |i«t, y• ma'11 want in«>i»»»y (or a trip al»r<«<l, to l.ny a Im.iih*. or • ttaaethini: of tli it - >rt. Start a Having* at't'oiint Now mikI y. n'll tnnl tlixt the in iTt-** i-. ra|»i'l )••'! "ii«'t Um- h:ihit.'! FIRST UIIONd BANK OF XETSTONF. J H ■stanifis THE LEADING TONSORlAL A in 1ST Well Known. w.'ll like I and pat ronized by all the boys Kointe, coming, or n laying. The place to receive t'»e b.«stof service. Everything Antiseptic. polite at tenti* .1 given to all i-u-itomers. You find ad m-»d« rn up In date service witii ill kind-* of electri cat treatment, of the face and head at 19 Norfolk Ave. ROANOKE, VIRGINIA White Oak 81106 SHOD ELECTRICAL SHOE REPAIR ING WHILE YOU WAIT . Good work, reasonable price*, b#>*t of leather used—polite treatment. We sell Robber (feels He#»l I'latea. Spar Stiff ner», Hh<ie f/u-«»s, Hut ton# etc ( all and so*■ us L. L JOHNSON, Mgr. Staples' Place Headquatu rs for the boys ' July 7. 1912, Brnos. | An You i Woman ? i* Cardui Tin Woman's Tonic mull at aii mmsts