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AyC?i liilitV iVpaWkluTrtS Promuli's Dif^slinnOi-ftfur i^'^siiivll'A'stroir.alnsm-ttw ?|M?uJtoni?lrtv iwrMkitTaL Not Nauc otic. I Via w- I li^jrwi /irr. ' Apnfecl fcmedy for funsfifJ lion. Sour Slonvxli.lllsntxrt Will ULS.('0ll\1lls'i0il>.lVv,[iill nt^aKi)to5SC)F9uasR Far Sir* Sijnawrr of NEW YORK. Tor Infants and Childreu. The Kind You Have Always Bough! Bears the Signature In Use For Over Thirty Years Gains Suit In the corporation court Mon day Judge Kelly entered a decree in the case of Patrick llugan mid wife against the Scott County Mineral Co.. inc.. und A. 11. Blanohardand II. II. Kaylor. The court annulled the contract between tin' complain? ants and the defendants, The contract embraced an option on curtain properties in Bcoti conn ty, Va.j, for $760,000. The court held that the parties defendant bad not complied with the terms of the option. Tito property in controversy fs n port of the holdings of the Scott cCunty Mineral Co., Inc., a concern with an authorised capital of $5,000,000. The execution of the court's order is suspended for a period of sixty days upon the execu? tion of a suspending bond in the penalty of $800, to allow the defendants to apply for a writ of error and supersede us to tin decree of the corporation eoiirt ?Bristol Herald Courior. It is suspected that Mr. Bryan wont to the trouble of preparing a lengthy list of possible demo? cratic candidates for the pur? pose of leaving Qov. Judson Harmon, of (>hlo, out. LEE COUNTV'gOOD ROADS BOOSTER. Messrs. .lohn W. Hyatt and J. P. Albert, both prominent farmers uour Jonesvfllo, Va., were visitors in this city Mon? day. Both of the gentlemen when approached by a NeWs Rocord reporter on the subject of "flood Roads" found them enthusiastic along this line. SPECIAL I BARGAINS I 1 in Second-Hand Upright I [PIANOS^ 9 Three pianos if rv (?km In n- g J e).ir>ne vasiart pay) for an Artistic 6 A Rilctt" <>r ? iliU hlc? Sl.ivr. TlM?y S j ?im at R<?*1 ?>? new anil In pcrfiH-i \i y condltlou. Priced from <U?> up. f jj If you want a bargain in a piano, ft g write ua toilsy for description, price ? g and terms Chas. M. Stieff, a KaxrUiry Bitaeb Wareroonw ? SJ K 7(4 Main BL l.ynchburg, Va '? K C. W. WiotuoHf, Mas-agrr & LsannggaaiBm tw ? hmmm Mr', Hyatt said that tho people of Iiis section wore look Infi; anxiously forward to tho build? ing of the macadam highway for which bonds have boon plnood and two installments of monoy amounting to $180,000 havo been received and placed in tho Powells Valley National Hank at Jpnesvillo, Continu? ing, Mr. Hyatt Haid that tho completion of a thrnughfiirn between this section ami Mid dlesbero would be of untold benefit to both places; as it would bring the people of Loo county within a pleasant drive to Middlosboro, the most cen? tral point to do their trading.? Miihllcshoro News Uncord. ANNOUNCEMENT! Three big features of next Sunday's Now York World that should not be overlooked are as follows: The words and music of the new, great ROUg "hit" of "The Hen Pecks," which starts playing hOXt week at tho Proud way Theatre, New York City; a complete detective story, "A Modern Delilah.'' by K. Phillips Oppenheim, America's "Conan Doyle," and "My Adventures With the Qtteen of the Counter' feilere and Her (iang," by Chief Plynn. of the united Sinti s Seeret Service. To make sure of getting them order the Sunday World in advance. POLL TAX CASE DECIDED. l,ebonon,Va.,July 2S.--Jndge Hums today decided the famous poll tax case, holding that the eight hundred or more demo? crats omitted from the treasur? er's list were entitled to have their names placed on said list, and which was so ordored, The opinion, which was written and unite lengthy, is made a part of the record, The decision occa? sioned no surprise, mi it was generally conceded when the hearing was eon??' :..'.cd that no other conclusion could bo reached in the caso. We have a pair of scissors in our office that have a past. They were first used by Colonel Sears when be was exchange editor of tho New York Sun, and they aci'oinpiiuied him to Pig Stone (Jap, when he was editor of this paper in ISS'.i '.)<), and they have remained in constant use ever since, through all the ohaUgos incident to tho life of a news paper.?Hig H*OHO Uap Post. There is nothing strange or even out of the ordinary in the scissors' story as narrated above. Wo now have in our possession an heirloom handed down through thirty-odd gener ationv, to wit: the identical ?sine pair of shears that Miss Deliah used in shingling Samp sou's head.?Wise County News. CANNOT EXAMINE WATER] SENT IN EARTHEN JUGS.j Richmond, Va., July 28.? i The little brown jug may have its tuten and its abuses, say of-1 fleers of tlie State Health De? partment, but it will not do as a container in which to ship specimens of water for snnitary examination. Tho earthen jug, according to health authorities, is made in such a way that while it may? be clean, its cleanliness can never bo assured. As a result, water sent in these jugs, drawn in a snnitary mauuor, may re? ceive organic matter from tho jug which will render tho re? sults of a snnitary examination misleading. Hereafter water received at tho Health Departs ment for analysis shipped in earthen jugs will not bo ex? amined. B. F. French, of Knoxville, tlenornl Manager of the Harlan Coal iV. Ooke Co., 'which has leased t'i?o acres of land on Clo? ver Fork about a mile above town, is here, and with a force of men, is busy doing tho pre? liminary work of erecting the coal plant. The concern will be one of the largest in prospect for tlie Harlan Held, and it is understood a modern and com? plete plant will bo installed. This company is owned princi? pally by Knoxville capitalists. The Innd on which the mine is was leased from Judge A. B. Cornett.?Harlan exchange. The newspaperman is blamed for a whole lot of things ho can't help, such as using par? tiality in mentioning visitors, giving news about some folks and leaving others out, etc. He simply prints all tin- news he can And, Some people inform him about such things and oth? ers don't. An editor should not be expected to know the names and residences of all your un? cles, aunts and cousins, even if he should see them get olfthe; train. Tell us about it. It's news that makes I he newspaper, and every man, woman and child can lie associate editor if they only will. Never apolo? gize when you give this bit of information to an editor, for if there lives one so dead that he has lost his appreciation of such | favors lie is dead, indeed, to overy virtue that imparts value to a paper.?Exchange. A. J. Wolfe, who has been living in Iowa, has returned to Southwest Virginia. He was a visitor in Bristol Thursday, ami is now living at Dungannon, I Va., where he will make his j homo.?Bristol Herald-Courier. BANKRUPT'S PETITION FOR DISCIURQE. lu tho matter of ?lames W. Shldmore, Bankrupt. IN HANK Hl' ETI V To the Honorablo Henry t' McDowell. .Tvi. . of the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Virginia: .James W. Skiilmorv, of Appalschlsj in the county of Wise and tho State of Virginia, lu said District, re xpcctfully represent* that on the 10th day of July, INK), laat past, he was duly adjudged bankrupt under the Acts of Congress relating to Bankruptcy; that hfi duly surrendered all his pro)>crty and rights of property, and lias fully complied with all the requirements of said Acts and of the orders of the Court touching Iiis Bankruptcy. Wheroorbo prays t!int he may bo de? creed by the Court tobave a full discharge from all debts provable against his estate under said lliiukrupt Acts, except such debts us are except.*! by law from such discharge Dated this Hub day of June, A. I).. 1011. J. W. Skiiimouk, Bankrupt. ORDER OF NOTICE TI1KRK0N. Western Ilistiict of Virginia, ss: On this Olli day of July, A. I)., toll, on reading the foregoing petition it is Ordered by the Court that a hearing Ik1 had Upon the same on the 14th d.iy of August, A. 1)., 1011. before said Court at Big Stone <!aj>. in said District, at. 10 o'clock in the forenoon; and that "notice thereof be published in the Big Stone Hap Post, a nonspajHT published in said District, ami that all known orodltora ami other pere?ns in interest may appear at Said time and place and show cause. If any they have, w hy the prayer of said petitioner should not bo granted. And it Is further ordered by the Court! that the Clerk shall send by mall to all known creditors copies of said petition ami this order, addressed to I hem at their places of rcsldenoo as staled. Kntcr: ID.suv c. McDowki.i, District Judge The forogplng are true copies of die I'ctltlouof Bankrupt for Discharge ami of the Order of Notice Thereon Wit. nOM my hand and seal of the Court this 19 day of July, 1911 Seal of < 'ourt. II. PkyTON tiui.v, Clerk. Per C, O, Cochnnj f>. 0. PROFESSIONAL DETECTIVES Member of tho moat reliable Detective Agency, now loeat.il at KeOkee, Va , -..ill be pleased to have eases whi le expert Detective knowledge is required Address The W. C. Spencer Secrel Service Company. KEOKEE, VIKCINIA llo\ No 889 May l?-:.in UNIVERSITV OF VIRGINIA Head nf Public School System id Virginia DEPARTMENTS REPRESENTED! Cnllcfc, tiradustc, Law, .Medicine, Engineering. LOAN FUNDS AVAILABLE to i|. sening students; 110.00 coyer all costs to Virginia students In the Academ? ic Deiwrtidouts. Send for catalogue! tlow'AnD WlSSTOK, ltegistrar, I'nlversltv, Va State Normal School, Harrisonburg, Va. For the Professional Training of Teachers and Home-Makers. Courses lead Id Slate .Teachers' Certificates. Special Courses include iHimeslio Science, Art; Music ivocal, piano, stringed instruments); Physical Culture, Kinder garten Training, etc. In beautiful Shennndqnh Valley, best health conditions. New buildings and equipment, ?J.^ti students last session. TUIflnN FREE. LIVINII EXPENSES ONU SI20 FOR NINE MONTHS. rtiird year bcilns September 27, |V|I. fur Catalogue, address JULIAN A. BURRUSS, President, juiy 19 98 SA Harrisonburg, Va. ^VSZ. JF\ BAKER, ARCHITECT. Plans, Specifications Details Furnished I hnvo also, a first class ropair shop, with capable men In ohnrno to contract your work of any kind; carpontery, palntinK. plastering, plumbing, comont work, oto. Am nnlos utfont for building material, motal roo'ing, coil? ing, siding, otc. CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. Office, Room 13, Polly Building. Shop, Kast Sth St. and Hallway Avo. BIG STQRIE CiJ^LJe?** A. I1 Bu?Jipgt covered ever twenty yeart ago are a* good as new und have never needed rtpajra. Pneproof ? Stormproof ? Hand tome? Inexpensive. For further detailed information apply to (.oral Contractor* or Konofers, or Cortrijtht Metal Sooll?g Company, PHILADELPHIA. PA. Nervous "I was very nervous," ?writes Mrs. Mollie Mirse, of Carrsviile, Ky., "had palpitation of the heart, and was irregular. "On the advice of Mrs. Hattie Cain I took 2 bot? tles of Cardui and it did me more good than any medicine I ever took. "I am 44 years old and the change has not left me, but I am lots better since taking Cardui" Tha Woman's Tonic Cardui is advertised and sold by its loving friends. The lady who advised Mrs. Mirse to take Cardui. had hcrscif been cured of serious female trouble, by Cardui, so she knew what Cardui would do. If Cardui cured Mrs. Cain and Mrs. Mirse. it surely will cure you too. Won't you try it? Please da Virginia Polytechnic Institute | BUCKSBURO, VA. Degreecourses In Agriculture, Ilorti-| Iculluru. Applied Chemistry, Applied f eulogy, civil. Mining, Mechanical and | Bleetrical Engineering, Metallurgy1 and .Metallography, Blxly-four Instructors Thoroughly Equipped Shops, Laborato rtea and I tarns Hteant hcatingahd Klc trie li ;iu? in dormltbrlos l.lurary I'J OQO.volunts, Kami of 1,100 ?eres. School HI Agricultural Apprentices. (Ono .Year Course for Voting Karinen*). Total cost of nine motttlia, including tuition and othor fees, board, washing, uittfornta, litcdloal attendant'**, oto., (388. 88. Cost to Virginia ttudculaj fS?ll BS, The next session 0|>cui Wednesday, September anth, ion. I'll l. It. 11 Mini v..i n. M Write for cataloguu President I Automobile i Schedule Mastern Time. DIU Stone liap H:O0 tt. in. 10:00 a. in. |8:lB p. in. 8:10 p. m. 0:40 p. in. Lv. tppolochla. 9:00 n. m. 11:00 it. in. 1:80 p. in. 3:00 p. in. 8:13 p, in. One Way * .SA pi Tu in fr.tho Oup from Big h Stono Oup or Apimldcltin l.'i m Donk .if Jl tlckotsll.00; value of gl COCll ticket .'i Cents. good w lion not H detached on ntty ?'f my curs. Tickets on sale, <>n car. C. C. LONG, Manager. |j You liave heard the ex? pression, "1 would give all I possess (or a pic? ture of my child." That remark was made by some one who had ne fleeted their opportun ity and alter it was too late saw their error. Don't put such things otf. If you have a fam? ily or a child of whom you are very fond, have their pictures taken. Don't leave it for to? morrow, lor tomorrow may never come. Do it now while there is health and strength, while the family circle is unbroken. Jenkins' Studio, bio stone gap, va. Sucitten's Arnica Salve Ihc best Salvn In lite Wctd. R .T. IRVINE. A.KTttM|S| irvine & morison attorneys-at-laV Office in Iulerinnut ?nil4in, Big Stone (Jap. Virginia W. S. MATI1EwT~~~" attorney-at-law Offlee on Pirat Floor Interum ? | Big Stono Gap, VlrKlnla, Cl0?* AUCQtlOa tO Coll<*U.M.? IQ,] ProiBM?^. MAYO CABELL Attorney at Law, Inlertuout Bldg. Bill STOSliaAf t( i A. C. ANDERSON ATTORNEY AT I Aw ' Polly Building BIk Stono Gap, Virginia Nolarv Publii D. F. ORR, BIG STONE CAP, . VA| Office lit Polly Building. Ollii-M Hours?B to la a. m.j 1 to fif.x Dr. C. E. GREEAR, Dentist, Bl? Stono Gap. - Virginal oniee In Polly Building, ' Omen llouus?n t? 18; i to 5 W. T. HUDC.ENS Attornoy-at- Law * Otflco In Skc.in Buildlnii Big Stono Gap, Va, dr. g. m. PEAVLER, Troata Ulaeaaoa ot the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throri, | BRISTOL. TENN. Will bo in Applaachla Third Friday In Each Month, m.yiivs.i FOX & PECK, Civil and Mining Engineers. Big Stono Gap. Va. Harlan.Kr Report* and estimates on Coal ami Tit-1 lior [.and*. Design and Plalw ..f t'mint i oko riunts. Land. Itallroail and M? \ Engineering, Electric Blue I'rintls J. C. CAW??DI BLACKSMITHING Big Stono Gap, Va Wagon and Buggy work A S|?U!tj, 1 have an llp-to-date Mai hin ' ? | on Rubber Tin?! Blcy'i le Iti |...n< All work given prompt attention. MALCOLM SMITH, Civii and Mining Engineer. Polly Bullding. BIO STONE OAP, l'?. I Examinations and Reports, Sunoi, | Plans and Designs. DR. THOMAS F. ST A LEY, | Refraction ist Treats diseases ol the Eye. tar, | and Throat. Will be lu Appalaehla FJItST MilHATj in eaOh month until It I'. SI BRISTOL, TENN.-VA. "T> Schedule i.i El ect ?June 11, 1011. LEAVE N ORTO X -6:30 Lynvbburg and intermediate >* tions. Pullman sleeper B New York via llsgei>t.'??. ? PullmMi tleoper Roano*1 JJJ inoud and Norfolk. Also at Uluefleld wfVh tvaln? M Pullman sleeper to Cluciuuatl i oluuibua. LEAVE NORTON?2:80 p.m North. Eiuit lutd West. LBAVR BRISTOL?Dally. 84S,tJS tor East Hadfoid, Roaiiokc, l-J"" burn, Petersburg, B''1'"1'' V Norfolk. Pullman slce|sr Hoae? to New York via ifigerstovtj ;| llarrlsburg. Pullman Parlor t? Klehniond. , ,u i p. m. for Norfolk and IntenurJaU poluta, Pullman Sleepers to v'1^ ft I MS p. m, and 7:!Ui p. m. (limite.1 trains with pullmaiislec|*;^ t.'??' ingti.n. Baltimore. PMIade New Yors via t.ynohburg " make local siopa. , 1:18 p, m. daity for all point Bristol nod Lynchburg. I Walton at R:40 p. m. ?"h \j la.uis Express for all point* ?<*' *^ northwest. If yon uro thinking ol 1 > , til want quotations, cheap. >t ('' ,, liable ami correct Information ? routes, train - Hedule?, the mos? ''"";",r, ?ble und quiekest way. Writ? informal ion is your* for the aaking ofoiircompletM Map 1-oWera W. B. Bkvim.. O. P. A. M. K. Biiaoo.'I . I A ... Roancke \? For Infant? and Children. The Kind You Have Always BmPI