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if you have not bought for your toilet use a cake of "Mi??i lose Glycerine SoC 10c for an 8 oz. cake as good as the liest 25c soap. For sale only by Kelly Drug Company, <o. ..." . A. Oll Mir?, XI. I>. XV. A. II>ki ?. XI . I) Gilmer & Baker, Physicians and Surgeons nitlcr? in l'niXy lluiiainic Bin stone Oap, Virginia. All oalla answoreti promptly. BRISTOL Bookkooping RITV Highor Accounting nilC'WCCC Shorthand UUoIHlOO Tynoxvi itmg COLLEGE Telegraphy BRISTOL. TENN.-VA. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Tu the Voten of Wise County: I um a saudldate for Treasurer Of Wise County,, at .the elsotlpn 1011, mibjecl however, In the wishes of thu Itepubllcan | party. Very respectfully, It. W. IIOM.KV To the Voters of Wise i 'mint v I hereby annum. myself a candidate j for Clerk of .Circuit Court of Wise Coun. Iv. for election to bo hold in November, I 1011, subject. bowcroi .to the desire and wishes (if the Republican party of this | county I earnestly solioll your supiiort, ami will appreciate anything von may do j for me Vours very truly. ?I. I> Hull le\. TO TUB VOTKHS Of fviKK < "I ma I lake Hits method of announcing my? selfa candidate for Clerk of Wise Coun. | ty. I; shall subject myself to the wishes of the Koraibtlcan Convention, with re gard to my nomination I f that < kraventton sees tit to nominate | me I shall oudeav?r lo nuike an enthuslai lie campaign, not only for my own elet lion hut for the election of the other I Kupiiblinni candidates. If not nominated by this Convention I I pledge those who are nominated my ; ear nest support If elected to thisottiee 1 promise prompt and efttoletii service in the Performance of my duties Of course If I had nut felt quallflod for the position I would not have made this announcement Thanking each and every voter in ad* vanee for whatever Interest he may lake | in my candidacy, I am. Vonrs very truly, .1. B. ctTAI.1, vnii. To the Voters of Wise County I hereby announce myself .1 candidate for the oilier of Circuit Court Clerk of Wise Coun'y, for election to bo held November. Intl. subject to tho will of the Itepubllcan party. Any favor you may do for me w ill In' appreciated VOUrS very truly, j W H. 11 AM.I T. . LOCAL ITEMS. E. H. Ould, of Norton, wns| among the business men in town lost Saturday'; Jake Bewley, of the Bewley Durst Coal Co., of Bristol, was among the business men in town last week. W. K. Qrosoolose, of VVythe ville, was in town one day last woek. J, D. Riohardson and wife, of Middlesboro, wen-guests at the Monte Vista last Saturday; D. E. Allen left Sunday morning on a business trip to Wy the ville. Cypress shingles at the low? est price?I). C. Wolfe. !>?! C. P. Blanton and wife spent Sunday xvith relatives at East Stone (lap. Irby Nickels and family, of Stonega, spent Sunday visiting relatives at this place. Mr. and Mrs. J, .M. Young, of Norton, spent Sunday in the Gap. Mrs. I. T. (Tilly anil children, of Keokeo, are in town visiting relatives. Miss Alice King, telephone operator at Norton, spent last Friday in town, visiting her uunt. .Mrs. W, J. Christian. P. H. Fugute, of Scott county, was in town the paBt week. Mrs. Robert IL Bruce1 ha? an her guest, her sister. Miss Lulu A liege, <>f Washington, l>. ('. Ohurles V, llrown, of Jonos Vtlle, spent Sunday in town, the guest of Ids brother, K. L. Brown. Mrs J, II. Malhowa, who has been right sick with pneumo? nia, is improving. Mrs. \V. tl. Pointer was on t he sick list last week. Miss Fl.nee Sounders, of Bedford City, is expected to return this week to the (Jap, in ontor to resume her Buhool tint ies Monilay. We give our own personal guarantee with every Boss Kitchen Range with the glass oven door. \V, (? Coutis. I!. ('. Keigiisoii, of Dallas, Texas, is visiting his sister, Mrs. .1 M. Qoodloe, at this place. Miss Mary Trent, who has been spending the winter with Mrs .). L Wells, left Saturday J^or her home near Knoxville. Captain Henry Taylor. United States Commissioner at this place, spent lust Friday night at Appalacllill mi professional business. <i. W. Lovell, a former resi dent of this place, hut now t ra> ' ling for a Lyncliburg firm, spent Sunday in town. .1. R; Laningliam, of Penhing ton Gap, was among tlm busi? ness men in town last week. .1. ('. Tarvin, of Knoxville, was among the traveling men in town last week. Vi N McClurn and C. II. Holly hold, of Wise, were visitors to the flap on last. Saturday. Mrs. C. M. Dougherty, of Roda, who is just recovering from a severe spell of sickue-.--, came down Sunday morning to spend a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. It. Perry. The largest stock of wall paper in Wise county. -W. (i. Coutts. Dr 1>. F. tni returned Satur? day afternoon from Keokee, where he spent several days on professional business. The Woman's Missionary Society will hold their regular monthly meeting in the ladie i' parlor at the Baptist church, Thursday afternoon at three o'clock. W. W. Nickels returned last week from a trip to Iiis home at Los Tannos, N. M. Kniest Agee left Monday for Washington, I). ?., to see Con? gressman Slemp, before his de? parture for the Isthmus of Pan? ama, where he will join lt. B. Tinste) 's engineering corps. J. (1. Muncy, who is engaged in the real estate business in KuSBell county, was a business visitor to the (Jap last Friday. Messrs. C. S. Carter, W. W. Taylor and W. T.Goodloe went to Norton last Friday on busi? ness. Rev. W. S. Neighbors, D. D., of Bristol, will occupy the pul? pit at Trinity Methodist church Sunday morning, February 12, at 11 o'clock. He will represent the latest movement of the Anti-saloon League in t lie State. Kvcryboily is requested to be present and hear him. Old newspapers for Bale at this office. W. G. Coutts, our hustling plumber lias just completed the extension to the Lebanon water works, ami lias several plumb? ing jobs there also. Mies Carrie Home, daughter of Mr and Mrs. J, Borne, of Dungnniton, Scott county, Va., and John Qrigsby, a business man of Nickelsville, were mar rieel at the bride's home Friday afternoon, the ttev. Charles Gibson officiating.?Bristol Ex. R. 1). Baker returner! last week from a business trip to Eastern Kentucky. Dr. W. A. Baker accompanied Mrs. .1. S. Hamiden to Louis ville lust week, where, on Thursday afternoon, she under went an operation for append! citis and kidney trouble. The operation was entirely suc? cessful, and at last report Mrs. Humhleu was getting along tine. VV. H. Whiter!, manager of the Rosenblatt Piano Company, and W.T. McOaniel, salesman, returned Friday from a busi? ness trip through the Virginia coal lields. Air. W hi ted said that they had a most successful trip and found the people of that section in the best of spirits and anticipating an ex? ceptionally good business year. ? Bristol Herald Courier. The toadies' Aid Society of the Baptist church will meet at Mrs. C. F; (Bunion's Fridaj afternoon ai 3:30 o'clock. These ladies are Hiking special orders for embroidered shirtwaists, uii.b r wea! .mark nig table linen, towels, etc. Anyone desiring nice work of Ibis kind done, will leave their orders with Mrs 0. F Blanton, Mrs w s. Mat hews, or.Mrs. W.T.Goodloe. Attorneys Qoo. Beery, ?>. M. Vicars. VV. II. Bond". K. M. Fulton ami I-'. II. Fulton, of Wise, were in town last Satur? day, arguing before Judge skeeu injunction prot.ling instituted by the Virginia and Kentucky Railroad Company, against E. 11. Oltld, of Norton, lo prevent him from running a spar track across their line to connect with the main line of the Norfolk i\- Western at a coal mine Mr. < Mild is operating near Norton. The case has not been decided \ et. VALENTINE TEA. tin Thursday evening, begin? ning about eight o'clock, lb. Young Woman's Auxiliary of Baptist church at this place, will given Valentine Tea in the Federal Court room, the pro ceods of which will go into the parsonage fund. Salads, sandwiches, cake, cream an I ices, hot coffee and chocolate will be set veil by the young ladies. For Bald Heads A Treatment Thai Costs You Nothing if it Fails. We want you to try three large hollies "of Rexall "93" Hair Tonic on our personal guarantee that the trial will not cost you a penny if it does not give you absolute satisfaction. That's proof of our faith in this remedy, and it should indispu? tably demonstrate that wo know what we are talking about when we say that Kexall "93" Hair Tonic will grow hair on buhl heads, except where baldness has been of such long duration that the roots of the hair are entirely dead, (he follolesclosed and grown over, und the scalp is glazed. Remember, we are basing our statements upon what hits al? ready been accomplished by the use of Rexall "03" Hair Tonic, ami we have the right to assume that what it has done for thousands of others it will do for you. In any event you can? not lose anything by giving it a trial on our liberal guarantee. Two sizes, 50c. antl $1.00 Re member, you can obtain Rexall Remedies in this community onlv at our ston?The Rexall Store. The Kelly Drug Co. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. Ths Kind You Have Always Bought RESOLUTIONS. At * stated communication ?f Hie Stone Cap Lodge Xo. "Jot*. A. K. and A. M. held at their Masonic Hall in the tonn of Big Stone tlap, Vn , on Thursday even ing. December the s. huo, A.I SU10, the nnilersixntsi committee was appointed to draft the rollowlng resolutions. Whereas. It has please*! the Supreme Architect of the Universe to call from lalior to rest our beloved Itrother Joseph 0. Maynor; Ami. Whereas, Itrother Maynor was a charter mcmlicr of this IxxIgO, and al though a non-resident of this Mate for the past fifteen years, still retained his membership with us. And. Whereas, we do know- full well that our dis eased brother did use, with true Masonic skill, the "Chisel and Mal? let' to a fashion the "Hough Ashler into a finished stone "Kit for the lliiilders use" in that "House not made With bandl eternal in the Heavens," I 'PII KHK KOKK. KK IT KKSOI.VKD I Kirst, That although we feel with keen? est pain his loss, yet we bow with humble submission to the will of our Heavenly Master, knowing that He tloeth all things w.-ll " Second, That in Ihe death of Itrother Joseph Maynor. his community lins lost a helpful and public spirited citizen; the |ssir. a loving and liberal friend. bin clients a faithful advocate, his rel lllvca a kind ami considerate kinsman; his Lodge a zealous and loyal member; and Iiis motherauonly son, who was lo r joy. her pride, her help, her hope, her hear! and hands. Third, That we tender to our beloved brother's friends and relatives, especially to his bereaved ami heart broken mother our sincere-t sympathy ami condolence, in this their severest alHictlnn, suggesting that they forget not the hope of the "Sprig of Acacia' and the emblem of the "Kvorgreen Fourth, that the Lisle;,. rOOIII be limped in mourning for the period of thirty days, that a copy of th. resolil lions he spread upon the lllimites of this Lodge ; a copy publishdd in the Big Stone tlap Post, and a copy bo furnished tin* mother of the deceased .1 II Matukwh, i C S I Mil i n. I oin W. s MvriiKws, i MILL-TAX EOR EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM Richmond* Va., Fob. 3.? Mr. Charles G, Maphis, secretary of the Virginia Educational Com mission, in a recent visit to this city, spoke enthusiastically of tim Proposed Mill Tax fur* the support uf tin- various etltica ! tiopul institutions of the Stuto. At present there is u Statu tax uf ten cents fur public ft. schools. This is not sufficient, so a special appropriation is made by the Legislature There are also speeial appropriations fur High Schools, fur each of the four Normal Schools, ami for the College of William ami Mary, Virginia Military Insti tute, Virginia Polytechnic In? stitute, ami the University of Virginia! Each must compote with the others for favor, cans ing at times unpleasant rivalry and consuming much time of t he (leneral A ssembly, "The plan proposed," said Mr. Maphis, "in no wise in? creases taxes hut provide* that a single tax of a definite num? ber of mills shall he levied, which shall take the place of all the present appropriations " The members of the Virginia Bducation Commission, all of whom favor the proposed Mill 'I'iix are: Dr. Kdwin A. Alder? man, Dr. W. W. .Smith, St ile Superintendent Jus I). Kgglcs ton. Dr. Ohas. M. Hazen, Hon. Richard K. Byrd, and Hon. E. K. Holland. This commission wns createtl by the Legislature in 1008 for the purpose of devis? ing a stable and systematic method for the maintenance and expansion of the educa? tional system of the State. Mrs. Letclier Gilly, of Norton, ipent last Friday in town, vis ling her sister, Mrs. W. B. K ilbotirn. A SKCOND SHERLOCK HOLMES Coming. Uneedit. Uwantit. Ugetit. Whatisit. Why, the Great Detective Booklet to bo given free with the New Vork Sunday World. A complete novel, all at once, and free. You just can't get it unless you order in advance. Remember] a second Sherlock Holmes Be? gins Sunday, Feb. 15?. Don't forget the date. I Nothing but the fullest kind of publicity will serve in handl? ing the tariff question. It is impossible now to convince the people that secrecy is desired for anything that is right and just. R. T. IKVINK Pre.. W. T. QOODLOK, Viro Pre*. A See'r. It r. IIARKON. Trea Interstate Finance & Trust Co. Big Stone Gap, Va. Capital $50,000.00. Surplus $60,000.00. Thi? bank, under new management, ? MI continue the buaines* upon conservative lines.' SAFETY: Our Motto. SECURITY: Our Pass-word. Inlcrcsl Paid on Time Deposits. DIRECTORS. P. T. IRVINE, W. T. UOOlll.OK. II. (i. atORISOXj C. S. CAKTKK.; A. K. MOKtsnS. J. K. HAMHl.KN. W. \V. TAYLOR, .1 W KBLtiY. W. M. SI.KM P. Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent. I I Bull Material, Paiiits, Etc. WE have a complete line of Sash, Doors, Mantels, and Locks, as well as a full line Paints. Oils, Varnishes, etc. We bought our stuc k of Screen Doors and Window Screens early this season for the accommo? dation of our parons who desire to prepare against summer pests before the season opens and they ?jet the start of you. I . W. W. TAYLOR & SONS. ( I _ _J Ccill and See This Won derful Invention! Simple, durable, automatic. 11 threads anr nei-.Ui- itx it.-v.-n In th- .lark. Mu-,1 v.iltt.kbl.- ot alt .tU.ichni.-nls. N? t?l>llnrf. bum* or cutting thread. One f^iven away with a 15 cent bottle of Oil. Hamblen Brothers, Big Stone Gap, Va. Harroa & Witt, GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS. Oftlco First Floor Intormont Building. B't5 STONE GAP. VA. Corresponde? >oe ?*?<>i?c*itt?cl. Stationery and Office Supplies. Wc carry at all times a complete stuck of these lines, at reasonable prices, and give careful attention to 'phone and mail orders. We solicit your business for any of the following: Box Papes, Pound Papers, Envelopes, Writing Tablets, School Tablets, Legal Papers, Letter Piles, Invoice Piles, Ledgers and Day Books, Order anil Time Books. Memorandum Bonks, 1 'ens and Pencils, Inks and Erasers, Fountain Pens, Paper Clips and Fasteners, Card Board, Colored Paper, j and various other articles kept in a stationery store. Wc are agents for all kinds of engraved work, such as visiting cards, invitations, letter heads, envelopes, etc, WISE PRINTING COMPANY, INCORPORATED, BI? STONE GAP, VIRGINIA .