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DEATH 116II1UM
Vpou^Thurtday evening June "Kb. li.*l
Mv tl'. t» <(k>U t.» In .With tn#*1 an* I
toil turn to atari bru. >«iuurl B»a> kaell.
* member of Mt Kbeowrr Baptist church
and cho*r and the Shining l.ifirf Aaaocia
tioa of the Golden Rule Beneficial and
Endowment AjM'ia&oo of Kyle, Wmi
Va.
He «mm struck on the batk amlle* by
a piece of alate hreakine his W* and in
juring Jbim very seriously Wben hu
workmate returned to hitn be Mid that
be bad male bis peace with God while
under the slate After be had l«een car
ried borne Ite told a friend that it aaa fi
niahed.
This was only a lieginning <»f his jour
for not until II :SS Tbursday night in U*
Miner* Hospital in Wel. li to a Inch h*
bad been taken by Brm. Jack Wilson, |
bis fatlier-in-law and J. T. I'atn*. tliat b»
bade this world of <un and trouble adieu
and took bio ab>»de in the fairer and th» ,
brighter world, leaving to uiourn bis kiar
a wife, two children, five sister*, four hro
there an an huat of lriend« (
(Hi Saturday. Shiniug l.ight vAssocta
tion, together aitli Um- meiutiers of Ar
lineton and Gilliam (iuklra Rule A ssi (Ci
trons. follosnl with muT hearts Brothei
Black well 'a remains to Worth church.
There was a congregation of friend* a«1
the funeral, which aits i> rem - hed hy Re\
L. A. Watkins, pastor of Mt. Klieuezer
Baptist Chimb upou tl»e text from Si.
John !?♦:.■&» the text Iwing "It* is ti
niahed.'
A full account of Br.. Blackaell's life
work and i«ath a as given in the m >st fit
ung language hy Rev. Watkina Aftei
the sermon tlie choir sang his favorite''ae
lection, "Will the Waters Be Chilly"
Tlie remains were then carried to th»
Worth -teuietary where tlie hurial service
was condiM-ted by Bro. J. T f'age.Jpreai
dent of the Sinning Light Aaaociatioa.
!■ rtends and relatives are resting aaaur
ed that Bro Black aell ti around the Fa
thers throne and aell might they ail
•aj:
We loved him. yes, ae loved hiui,
But anirela loved him more;
And they have sweetly called him, !
To yonder blissful shore.
The gulden galea were open,
A gentle voice swid, come,
And with farewell uuapoken
He calmly entered bou.e
ST. LUKES NOTES
The M l.nkn hrld tf>eir annual uirrt
ing in thr >tar f'lwttrr Northfork in thr
town of Clarke hi tbr _'Mb of Junr.
The St. I.iikw arrr aril reprrvrntrd
and aith Mra. Cobb* as tlwir Ira.lrr il
can aril br »atd that tbrj are doing »
noi.ir work In W. Va.
The following program aaa render
ed.
Singing
J. S. Hixi*tei
Plater Cobb*
S. Z. Juue»
Br». nnt-t
Mater broan
Bro. W lillaUik
*i»ter lee
Meter Cobb*
J. S. Hokkatoti
After which they adjourned to the ha I
for initiation of member*.
Prayer
Remark*
Opening addrea*
Keaponce
Addrra*
Addraat
Add re*
Addreas
Remark*
Singing
Collect**]
RALLY lllll
Pirtt Baptist Ckarck at AaawaM
Holds Saccessf nl Rally aad
Raises $49$.
A few Sundaya a*o • very mux>rUuit a»
we'l a* •pirituallj manifested rally took
plater »t Aii«wait for Umc iMirpuee ot bull
iDf • church un ler the »iwi«-n ut Kev.
K. V. harkmlal* in U* nuur au<l
o( the Kirat baptiat Church tl Au»
»«lt.
The (rood people nobly •»
the Agurea below aho»
BcttM* Mtrtin.Hl Lrlit Terry
Aourr Antony .25 Novel Franklin .25
John H. JoumI.Ui Ktld Crewa St"
Darey Wiley t ■*> Mm Aruialronfr -5<»
Nannie Wa>lr Z.S<i Kev. Karkniale lo.
1) Ml«k-h lo.nt !4.C.('heathani 5.<"
C. Morrw>ii 5 'm Annie Wade 2 fi*>
Kllen Barkadale'.«»» Krad Juhmcm .'«»
Dr Perry :t.2-> K<m Wither* .25
(Jeorg* Penii *'> Mn Wilton >»
W J Peak .25 Mr* H »* Wiley *•
K.H Peak .25 M P I 'ondeiter .»'>
Cora Walker .50 Mama l>a\ia .2k
John Taylor .25 J W l>ord ,S>>
J M } reeman Mr» (!leV« .Alt
Macme iioll .>• Kd Weather. %
Ituaa New<J .Zi Martli Pr c • .'Jfi
Helen Nrl*>n '«•*» leba Teary
Aden Artlien ./.*> Nitiiei Kranklin .25
Jono H. Jooaa I «•» A Creaa 3.UU
Mr* Knaa Wiley .25 Mr Wiley .25
Mr Arni*tr«*ir «M*artr<i.*a J ,t.o»..o 1 • •
>>dna Hill ,lu Mra Mandowa I"
Oforitir Wade ui Harry Wade (•>
Mao.te Wade * *i Mau.lt* Wada V «•
Janwa W»lr k*< Karkwlal- ■ «>
Mra4w) I - Mr ('l*aUaai • •
Johnnie Hunt '/> C Mornarm
Km hiiM * >111*1 «■■■■ JU
Mbt Marun .4m Mra Armstrong .25
Mn Ooallraw .25 J H Walker 1.0U
J Washington .25 tanny Bemley .25
MM* Bandy .26 Harm Ltaie ,2."»
Um Hama .26 Uffaa laa, ■
J W W«*a 25 Fred J fc — ,2ft
.25 l.uaa Waalker .25
.10 (Mm Ranoea .ff
Harmon M)
BeaJ .25
>fcoa* .36
tl.00 SmOmI .»
ioo
I ^ Mn h%rk+l*i» 1 tc
4m Jnha^cm .10 Mr unri ?•'
4n Mine 3S Apn* Wiley .25
'atrtvk Cl<>wU Ui KM WaaMugton <"*•
otIt
9f tke GrciUtioa, Ovamkiy, \
M—I—nt, «•«•» ^ Tke Mc
Dowell Timet i

PuMtahed weekly ml Keyatoue. Wwt j
i'itguum.
( Required by Art of Aucuat'.'A, "
Name o( h iitor M T WtutUco.
I'gil itdki; twldrvH K«J«t»iHr, W.Va
Humiorm Maii**>-r I Kd»ar«J Hill "
P O. Addmta Kfj.ton*-, V*. Ya ^
I'uhltdirni M T. WbiUioo tifl T
iCdward Hill.
P. O. AdJrtvi KrfrtDW, W. \'».
Owner* M T Whittx-o and T. fcd
v«r4 Hill
P. (>. AiJ<lr«m Kt*y»l.>nr. W. V« ]
KlioHL t*>ii<llkt>l<irrs, liiorta**-*** and ,
»'.lirr aerurity holnrr*. holding 1 \+r »*ent
•r more of U.iida, ui<>rl*tr«* or i>lt>rr wt- ^
unties None
T K1>WAKI» MILL
Hu»innw Manair*-i
~*orn to and autwi rtf*d tiefore nw, (
liia day of June, Iv»l:t.
J K SMITH
Notary Pul.lu
(8ml I
My roiiiiiiiMioii rxpirr* Una. 3rd, lt*U
Pacific Mutual lnturaace Co.
U Still Far Ahead ia the Lead
WtMMirvrr ukI *li»rrvrr uix company
<>ntinu*« t>> lea<i a'! otbt-r «-ou*p«niea ii>
<|>iU> *ii Uir keenest competition "UMTf'r
i rvaauu" and that reaa> >n i« l**vau»e]lhat
^up«u) i» lti« BUST.
We ejgfc J«mi to reii*»iiil>er that,! he fm
-ilk* Mutual Litv InaurtiMv Co. is Uh
nriint, ol.irat and •triHi^rvt m < nient aud
twalth couiptii} in America'
Rrluw we publish a purtml list <4
launs paid iu the last It-* wreke---nol
in Maine or l^iwaia—lutf t«> youi
• i euik and M*i)rtibun right here in Mr
i*o»rtl and Mrr»*i couutiM.
llo» much luitiftT «rt you truiuir t<>
^*t|N>ur your prolnlton with tliw rrlit
bit t-umiwny?
H.KHoKN
I.* Franklin |V> «•» Ton* <ea)e* f-fcHO
ban Wylie 2.UI Privy Mitrhel 4.6t
Im M'-1 <» Wiu. Sadler ti.tai
• |P •<n<lf\irr lo.ui Win. Broan U.U.I
Vie*. Harper ll.Vi Tout WtJWI
Karneast Whittieid • - H M
WI LOOK
P. Wiiluuusoul 7.t»ri Chess Burnett l«M>i
KranktRegshy I2.»w Sid Unou 6 ui
lie* Murreli t> Boh Roy H lit
iihUY
Henry Whitel*.**AH» Jium Boanl
I. AD<terMii 14 67 MuiK-y Cu»per J# tt»
Henry White Wwli J a me* fui
It* Plummer 4 *»> Jm U. Pri« e li.tii
keystone:
I no. H.Wond.'io.U) Chas Dodson 7.i»i
l>ave >aunders • • 37.
BLlKHH.l)
KdTyree 23.3i W. H. Cobba *MI»
Paul H. Huff U.di Hoy. I ho veil 10. U»
VIVIAN
Koy Watkim^.iiAi) Pouiji Kord »(.»»
PAGET* >N
(ainra L. Terry • - a0.m>
N0KTHFOKK
I aura W. Mattheaa - 5.K<
For further^'^'"""MionVa'l on or ad
tress W. II. Harris. Box 376, Bluetield
W. Va. alv.
NATIONAL GROCERY CO,
GOES INTO BANKRUPTCY
flliMrtirM W. Va .July 1—8 H Moor*
U«lin| mm tlir National«ifwrry Company
rilrd «ith thr fntrral diatrkt rlrrk a (*•
tition in haukruptry, showing liaUlitira
n tlw aunt of tl with a»»i-it
unountinjr to $ t.l'*.
Am<idK tfir larirat < rnht >m mrr Utrfoi
hmiiif ciiOtvrM N»-t*><i Ifcxlaon
<i*>. A. Hollarxl *> W. H. CoMw 97*.',
HIiw-brM lirocrry Go. 9*2**. Firat Natio
iiai Hank, amirnl notr, Cpt.x>
Fruit C-ompany |I7«» JV; 1'nion Bank
aih! Tniat (Company, aarorrd n<»w. 91**'.
4ii<J (ii imii vKluala to thr amount of1
ala<> thr (iraham (irmfry Co. of
<>raham %'M'£ Tl# rrmaimnir amount*
iWimilt dMn U' amalirr fi(iir*t
CARTER-SAUNDERS I
Attorney K F I'artrr ol Kryafax* aa*
Mr wfilUck tn Miaa Ar<lrha >atin
(Ih« Saturday bight at Uar Ihhiw of Utr
bndr'a parmta in Kunhall, mar
nap rrrrtivori j *■» |or(oniir<l l»y Kn
W. H. Mifchrf) ill Iha prwnm oI thr
father aad wiHn of thr bndr arxl a Irw
pararenal trmnda of thr bnda at.l gnnut
Thr vakliac vaa nn^nr m that aauir
fr»*j< a law vary inaimalr Inrmlt ol thr
br.dr. only mrti wrr* invitrat Amnnf
Uk«t who atlradnl wrr* AMomnrya
Froa ol WHch, Hiffuia ol Kintall, Dr
Rarntt an<l M< itiffia ol KryMnnr. Ur.
Rngrra of katnrh If. O.. l"faty Shrrifl
R L llama ol kryatnor. Frad Moorr
aad (Vina>at4r Hrr.r/ Km har>la ol Kim
ball
Mr* I artrr m oar of thr »«rat known
•rhoot trarhrr* in kf< l>owrfl rounty and
m tha daiifiitar «f Krv Wmidy thr aar
rwaalai pnarlrr AHnrarj Cartrr ha*
ia MrltowM canty far May
rrara. ia a aanrraafal tawyrr aad a (xiMk
paafcrr ol aote.
Read tka "AW I.1
; . .. «
f
Children#' Day
Martiuaville. Va.-- The tirat annual
Ihildrpoi' Day of Um> Graaay ('nrk Sun
ay School »aa held in th* afternoon on
una '.Nib. . Thta work m being conduct
J by Mm Mary F Hairaton, a member
t Ura* Pmt.ylrrtan Church at Mar
uat iUr. mimi a graduate of the Klkhoni
rlxtol, da« I V#11 mil a atu<lent of tiir
Ui*6ri(i Colored Inatitute.
Mm Hairaton ia an ardrnl member of
*»r faith uit] ia try in* in every way pn»
iMe t<> actuate within the tinnda of thr
biklren, itir m IwituiK titr need and
>ve of the Savior that "There unuiuon
* red place Uian lit at where a man ia
oinff (rood and uaetul work, and there
t no higher wiadoui than to tones your
rll ui useful induatry and be kind."
The program aaa aa folluvi.
Ineic, by the School.
crip'orr Heading.
'tmjrt
Itlifc- vena*, by Nine Juni'tra.
i Hearty Welcome, Ki/rte l>odaon
Ihiklno'i Day (At-rosOc) Primary iJej.t
<'ii|f - little Bird Inmd*
Ve welcome lV«r old liie, tieorge M
Hairaton.
• au work tor leaus, l>an D>»lam
(ecitation • Viririe Walker
tec. - - Anne Finny
•in.lay Houra - Blacbe Walkn
(it. • . Lillian Finuy
tee. • Master Peter Mulliiu>
«(-Jr*ua l^ovea U»e Children— Pri
mary Dept
tee. » Novella Haintmi
'-■a*»n tlie «liadlieaa. 'iliree Intermediate*
••at l.oves Me Mary Itmbmi
tu Abtwd Word • Viola Multnia
"1 l>>\e to tell tl»e St.>ry
diow your r«4ora bravely,' 4 amall ta>y»
Follow thr Maater, Hate liairatoii
diadt'a Prayer Bank# Valentine
\ l.ittle Snl Nannie D<aiaoii
I be Child in lite Temple, MaaW P. H
Valentine
Presentation ot pnow
ANOTHER NEGRO REMOVED
Nathan Al**xan<ier, Keteivrr ol tit*
Land «»rti« r at Montgomery, Ak . h*«
(»-»-!) removed Mli<i a ahlte man appoint
nl in liia |>l«tr by tlie I'rvaiiient. It
might I" interrating lor Biahop WalU*o
to knot tint 11m* n-tnovkl ol N«*gro ortu «■
hultlrn from merrily ou, and the appoint
iii«-ut of white; turn ill tlx-ir ^I«-m «-on
Uiin*-a uninterrupted. It mvum to Iipbi
■ Hit tLr rrport that SrirfUrj ol Suit
Bryan adviard a i-rrUin Negro that Prea
ulent Wdaou »ai Kuiud U> prratie ft'tu
l(Klrr a M>« tcurw, in tltr utatbr ol
Nrgro appouitmeuta — that tie »aa goinp
t" appoint nothing hut Negro jaintora.
We are not evrn iirttinn janitor ippixnt
uieuta, hoaever. It would I* tnu-rmt
• iijf to learn Biah«>p Waller'* iunerui<*
thought*---Waahingtoii Bee
CARD OF IHANKS
We »i«li to Uiaiik the many gtw-l
frmitk lor lite a«Utauiv gurn an>l kind
treatment during the illncw* and death ol
our htUe daughter, a ho drparted^thi^hh
laat aeak.
We very greatly a^pm iaU the tuan>
kindne*** ahoan and the aympathy ex
l»rnM»l hy our Irienda and a^uaiuUu
tea.
T. H. Kohuiaon and aile,
Rilubali, W Va
——
Ckcst ol Gold Plowed ip by Ne
gro Minuter Near Room, Go.
iinorviite. Tenn., June All.
Jautea, a om armed negro prralier.
(earlier and larnter, living nrar Home,
tia., yeaterdaj. ahile ploaing in a litth
pab h ol ground, un«-oveml an iron
hound cheat win* h rontpineti in
■old, luoat ol ahi« h waaul the 1*4* coin
age Sotne a aa f ngliah guld coined du
ring the reign ol Henry II.
LOCALS
Kditor M T. WlaUtro returned (r<>m
ttb Iioiinp 111 Kid#reway, V» , TuMdi;
niiritl im train 3. He aaa a< coutpanied
by hu Aunt «b» will (prod the
•uiuiimt with Mr. and Mr*. Hr»wn at
Kiailw'l
H.*a H W Whilr, o4 Charlntmi,
formerly managing aiitor <4 the Mrl*i>
•ell Tuimi "iirnt Tiaeaday ia kcjitunr
«UrtMlii»f Iff Ikmum Mr, While ha*
iiiadr a tri|» throoffh th*> Smfki.
.er and W iimIidk UnH t>»ai M4 ami
rrporra > <<xIiIkim favorable for an early
an*l ri«n|)lH» arttleu.efU «jf Itir »mW;
•Irrrtani latiir tri»ul4e» in tlxar 1Mb
Krv. K P. JoIiiwmi naa in krjHonr
M'tcla) attending W> tiwiiifa
Mr* Malinda Cvt»he. Iir|*ut; h>r the
!*. I.ukn, vmH lit# Tinw <4t»r Jnrte
:•». ihr rr%»>rtmi the Work at the ontrr
mm lieing in a Ikmratimc ruaditMi
l»r k«nrrr», <4 kateifh W. C., aaa the
rwal <4 l»r. a»l Mr* *J. X. Marahail
wmal -taya laat aa<1 thia week
Mra I M. I-am kin mtrrUiwxi Mre
«. A. Viney. Mm (Ma Calhona and Dr.
W H. A. Hwrrtt at dinner Thuraday o*
laat vara
Rev L O. rA Ml l^rwl
Kaptiet t'bnrrh, l.jMibnrf, Va , wadr
Ilia brat »atl to Keye*>ne Monday He
• favorably im^reaed will. thia hoatiinf
The Rrv. he*d a ire- lajr
■penal ii rHiag at C>*«arr
Mut*a
Miaa Katie Caiwa, of Freeman. mm
Inende >a Krjitoae *naday
W H Mttrfcril. paator of the
Etefrh, had charge o< the arrvKoa
B* I».••!»/•»•»»%
ftloU *hU .tut I* IUt Mihh
th* p* tor tn Ui tatty. *f? iMvuf,
oiiwuti(r) of the Flat T*t h*pM
ciatiuu. prmiirl ttw froan Mai
8 2H. »nh)»ctr "Kotto«1»c 1U
irrax >n »aa »b*r. pointed and **11 )lla^
tra&rd with •tunea of bum«n inWmt.
Mr J. J. JuLneon. road iu(jrnuUa
tlrat U# thr Aurriru Mine Ituur Com
pany *4 ('.into*, (Jhiu, Sf—'' * lt>ruu(b
t)w rilj tlit* »erk m route? to hie home
through Umf rxtraaue Hmithrra ataW.
The tlnivr named coniptuy te the muu
fa Uirrr n| A utexnauc mfne doura, mul
era giHl m»«U Ami th*-r*> m prrhtf*
do iron in llm rmaatry *>h<» i« • more
itdr rvfinwntolirr and ilnrrt wg of the
public confidence than Mr. J.Jack John
Kf; ihf >«iyi throughout tin* art bou
welcome biui iik< appnciate him and
him tn the fnlleet extent.
Notice to Take Depositions
K»hert 0. Ma t'n )
Plaintiff .
»a , > lo < hancarj
Mary Marun )
Defendant
To Mary Marten :•
Take notice that ot.
tiicjlltli -lay uf Aufuat, 1**13, at the
L*» uO&ce of C. C. Kme, J. I*,
in the town of WiL-«*», M«Doweil Co.
Wiirf Virginia, hrtwerii th»* hotira of H o*
i'Ui, a. ui and 6 o'» lock §». in., of Uial
• lay I shall [irw-enl te> take tite dc-pueitioa*
<*f uiy«*lf aiitl uth*>ra, to lie read in e\ l
Jrurc in uiy larhalf taa a certaiu suit in
rtjiuty peiiuiug ui the Clivut Court o
Ui-UiaeM County uul vUU- of W«t Vir
icuiia. in which I am plaiutid and yo*.
arr di frudant , and if fruiu any cauae th<
UkiUK uf aaid depuMtnma he not coui
ui -iMv«laou that date, or, if commenced
it thr> he uot completed on thai day, th«
I. km* of Mild depueiboaa will he ad jour
n«*d from day to day, at the aame plait
aud lietween the aame hour* until! they
a e com pieted.
Rol*rt C. Martii
By C<mum»
I « H M>wu, P. Q. S-£*-4«
Tug Rivet
CAFE
The Leading- First
(.Mass, Up to date Eat
ing House at Wilcoe.
GOOD MEALS
AND SERVICE
veals prepared here
first class. Lodging
accomodation .the fi
nest in the county
J. P. COLES, Prop.
P. 0 Box SO WILCOE, W. VA.
MRS. L. B. HUN1
Proprietress
flRST CLASS BOARDING
k LODGING ACCOMMODATION
Near Oolored Methodist
Church
Only two minute* walk froa
•Utior.
NORTHFORK. W. WL
MRS. J. E. PARSON
COLLEGE GRADUATE
Hairdiesing, Shampoo
ing, Electric Scalp Treat
ment, Facial Massage,
Manicuring, Chiropody.
fbooe M. Bos 175
Key•!<»»« Wrst Virgiaia
Brown Bros.
HOTEL
BILLIARD ROOM
Cafe and
BARBER SHOP
H. MOWN, Mmitt
Niatfc St Id. Uk amd 7tk Am.
Hnntington, W. V«.
NOTICE
To ah or(inui(MHM »rx4 ad tk«
Hat T<f H«v(al A—«jff u< >n
Take »<*»▼ that ti-- annual |atbmn|
iiii I* h*VJ with it* S. .u -trrrt Bap
«at Churvh at HtivM I. W Va . July
J IM. |«|3.
Thf oArrn k»|ip to oak* thio om n|
hf year* of thr Awk iMmjd, ao tat
arh cbnrrb Jo it* part IB bringing hk>
ims lor the vartiaa cauara.
With boat wiabaa lor ail, w*> art
W. B. MTTCKIXL
50fl6MMffiEDI
AbmHcu Workman Krttorail IoMmnr* Ox piji Hick. A . ul^ot
m<I Dwth B— flu. Fjf further partmilara mev « wriu* D. E. V.
JORDAN, tiwxrii kvrat for We* Virfioia an 1 Kf 6 •-*. Koorn
t and 4, K. <A P. Buikling
CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA
VD 5, Proprietor
First Class Restaurant. w't'1 poliu» «ccom.
modation
MLuk Served to Oritr ud Witk Ore. Near Vago^r s Salooa
Kimball, — W. V irginln
F. E. BRYANT
Tbe only Registered Pharmacist in Anawalt
HIS MOTTO: "Fresk Draft id Polite Acco—ditiwi"
Dra$« Mf^daes, Toilet Articles. Mil, Tobacco aid Cigars
Anawalt, W. Va.
THE
Harrison private Hospital
Cases Surgical and
Medical Treated at
Reasonable Rates.
EFFICIENT STAFF
Phone Excelsior Drag Company
Kimball, West Vn.
Mrs- Mam t- HiGks
nonUEIBESB
HICK'S HOTEL -WEST END
First CU«» M*tU k L^dfiaj Accoaaodition, Rooms
Cw>ji>«> ui well Veililitci PUia Sewiij Due
NortUork, W. Va., Clarktown Addition
Miners
and Coke Men
Can always find
Steady work at
Crystal Coal & Coke Co.
On Crane Creek 9 23
When in Keystone, Stop at
5\ve Skaefrrowt ^CoUV
Fir* Mates walk fr« Rj. Statioa.
With modern accommodation, where yon ;au enjoy
the pnre air from the base of the mountain
EVA AUDI, Proprietress MINNIE MUSE, Miaager
J. P. MARTIN S HOTEL for Colored People
First Class Accommodation
POCAHONTAS, VIRGINIA
Sinkfordi Warren
UNDERTAKERS
Special Attention to Orders From
the Coal Fields
g°E," IS* RALEIGH STREET
BtacfieU, • We»t Virginia
f. | wins
A Yoaog Progressive Gro
cery Mu, i(y« dealer ia G
(irs, Tobacco and Notioas
II • is pn>prictor of a
first • lass pressing
miiU . I- rstab
lisiim«*iit Should
any in 11 want a flr»r
up-tow late fdxit of
Hot h**H made to or
der ami to tit t*ail on
h. * . Wat^. All
work ^uaranteeii or
money refum • d.
F. W. WATTS
409-11 Harrey Street
WILLIAMSON, W. VA.
"Cured"
Mrs. Jay McOee. of Stepb
enville, Texas. writes: ' Foe
nine (9) years. I suffered with
womanly trouble. I had ter
rible headaches, and pains in
my back, etc. It seemed as II
I would die, I suffered so. At
last, I decided to try Cardui.
the woman's Ionic, and ft
helped me right away. The
full treatment not only helped
me. but it cured me."
TAKE
Cardui
The Woman's Toole
Cardui helps women in tine
of greatest need, because it
contains ingredients which act
specifically, yet gently, on the
weakened womanly organs.
So, if you feel discouraged,
blue, out-of-sorts unable to
do your household work, on
account of your condition. Mop
worrying and give Cardui ft
trial. It has helped thousands
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Try Cardui. £-71
W fl. SIMPSON
First Class Ton
sorial Artist. Hot
and Cold tiaths.
Sanitary Applica
tive F»ce Lotions
KEYSTONE, W. Va.
Fet. 1, 1»||.
White Oak
Shoe shod
ELECTRICAL SHOE REPAIR
ING WHILE YOU WAIT .
G<od work, reasonable
price*. b#»»t of leather
u-w»d --|*oliW» treatment.
We **ll Robber lleeh,
H»^l Hpor SlifT
ner*. Shoe Lm*», But
U»n-» etr Call and nee m
L. L JOHNSON, Mgr.
July 7. 1912, llano*.
Are You a Woman ?
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The Woman's Tonic
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