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WKDNKsDA V, SKPT. 18, 1011. Published Kvery Wednesday by thr? WISE PRINTING COMPANY. Inrurpurmr.t. QIUBERT N. KNIGHT, - Bditor. Ona Yoar. - SI-OO Six Months. ... .50 Thre? Months, - .36 Kntered ?ooordlns to postal regulations st the post oHlro at III); Htohe Osp suser onil-ciass msttrr subscribhks nie earnestly re? quested to observo the dato printed on their address slips, which will troop thorn at nil times posted as to the ?itttn of tln? expiration of their sub? scription, Prompt anil timely attention to this roquost will bovo nil parties it great deal of annovanco. .Money talks when we give it to ohnritY ? it positively veils. Doubt less the oyster knows the fftl? tjiat is soon in store for liini Stork yard men are prophesy? ing high prieed meats for an? other yenr. Wotnen sometimes on marry? ing the Rolf-mo.de men take them in hand ami make them over. Nine million words were spo? ken at the extra BOBsiotl of Con? gress, most of them by LnFol lette. The diacovery of a serum Unit will eure InxincRB i? not a popu? lar contribution to metlical science By giving a lire alarm a New York parrot saved twenty lives This shows that after all par rots mean well .lohn 1). Hookfflller is selling eronsties from bis Pen tine es? tate to gel money to improve the property. Poor .lohn! A deaf-mule in Iowa stepped on the business end of a lack ami immediately regained his Speech. It's an even wager that his tlrst utterances were sharp ami to the point. A Kreuch scientist says thorn hover was such a person as Julius, c.irsar. Next thing some? body will bob Up ami say there never was a ('hrintophor (lohim bus. Then we will have to move. Statistics compiled by the Department of Agriculture show that the average cOBl of growing a bushel of oats in the United Slates in 1001) was II cents. The cost was lowest in the Northern States of the Cen? tral West, anil highest in the Middle and South Atlantic States. The average yield per acre was ;i,'. bushels. Whiskey a pistol and a pnek of cards, and nil open jai'. is ill sight. Sobriety; a Bible ami a hammer, a saw or an axe, ami beautiful home is jlisl in front. Young man, which road are yon traveling. Goto Oily Her aid. The last census shows a de? crease in population in Rome of the most fertile farming sec? tions in the (Jutted States. The poor man can't buy a farm in the country out there, nor af? ford to pay the rent on such high priced land, consequent? ly be moves to town. Secretary Wilson says: "The greatest srofi of America is grass and then corn. Next af? ter corn is probably cotton, then comes wheat and poultry, run nittg neck ami neck. The pro duct of the hencoop in now nearly an valuable as that of the wheat fields. Contracts Awarded. Contracts, have boon awarded oh Cm following sections of Lea county public roads: Section 1, Of the Vocum Sta? tion District, Wise county line, Cedar Cup, to the Hockey Sta? tion lino; to do graded to the Middle Drydftn rood and macad? amized from the Wine county lino |<> tlio Olinger Cross-road through Stamp's. Awarded to .1 I, Cresnp&Co , Rogersvilta, Tonu. Contract prices: Kx cavtuipp tlfic per cu. yd . mac ndatn 4?e. per si| yd. Section - Yecum Station District, which includes the Olinger Cross-road through Stamp's und the Middle Drydon road; both road" io ho graded. The < 'linger road to ho macad? amized from tho Jonosvillo pike one mile through Stamps to? ward Olinger. The Middle Dry den road to be macadamized] from tho Jonosvillo pike one quarter mile toward Drydon and from Dry den three quart? ers of a mile towards Jonosvillo pike. Awarded to J, L, Cty'nnp iy Co. Contract prices: Kx pnvattou 02c. per cu, yd., mnc-| ndatn 156, per Bt]. yd. .-. etion I. of the Hockey Sta? tion Distiii", Turners Siding toI Stewarts; to be graded. Con-j tract awarded to .1. L. Crosap ,v 06. Contract price: Excav? ation ?7c. per cu. yd. Mocail am >m this section rejected, bids being too high. Next low? est bidder I loggett & Doughty i at .'.No. per CU. yd. Section J. of the Hockey Sta? tion District. I'etinington to Stickleyville; to he graded en? tire distance and macadamized j from I'etiuingtou to Witts: store. Contract awarded to.l.j I,. Crosap ,V t "o Contract pri? ces; iCxcdvaiion ilQc. per cu. yd., macadam 48c. per sei yd, Next loWOBl bidder DoggOtt ?V j Doughty. ICxcavation O?o. per I cu. yd., macadam 18c potr Bq, yd. Section I, of the Jonosvillo j District; JonoBVillo to Itlaek wntnr via IMckehson Kord, tobe graded entire distance and, macadamized from Jonosvillo I to top of Wullens Ridge ami from Waliens Crook to Hunters! Gap, Contract awarded to' Cross (.'oustruction Co., Clin-1 I ton, Tonn, Contract prices:: I Kxcavutioii 51c, per cu. ydl, macadam 16 c per sq. \ d. Can Get Beds at Sanatorium. Six Months' Rule at Catawba ?Makes Admission Lasier. Richmond, Va., Sept. ?.?I Consumptives desiring admis? sion to tin- Catawba Sanatorium will hereafter not be compelled to wait long for admission, ac? cording to reports received nt the Slate Department of Health from the Sanatorium, I nder the -i: months rule, which is now in effect at Cata wuba, patients leave regularly and thereby afford openings for those who wish places. In this way, the resident physician is able to give accommodations to new patients every few days. \\ bib- regretting that the now ritie has compelled so many patients to leave the Sanator? ium, the health authorities are 'glad that tho bonotitfl of Sana? torium treatment can now be | shared by an increasingly largo j number of patients. In this way, they declare, the educa? tional value of the Sanatorium ? will bo much greater than oth? erwise could be. Reports from the Sanatorium are encouraging. Tho Cata waba Relief Association, which is aiming to care for the consumptives who have to leave the Sanatorium at the end of OUR BIG CONTEST STARTS TODAY An Elegant $350.00 Krause Piano Free. Schools Churches Sunday Schools Lodges are Elgible Four More Grand Prizes Aggregating $980 Enter the Race Today-Call at the Store for Particulars See Rules Governing Contest Elsewhere in This Paper Good for 1000 Votes When Used to Nominate Candidate The Rexall Store, Wholesale and Retail I)nim;isls and Dealers in Jewelry. Kodaks. P ho toe. i aphinjj Materials. Cut Glass, China and Hiass Goods Big Stone Gap, Virginia. six months, ir. confident that iin' heceiisrirj funds for the erection of now buildings will bo forthcoming. Tbc people of several cities i\ro deeply Inter? ested in tho work ami subscrip? tions uro coining in steadily. llenlth Commissioner Wil? liams urges those who wish u?l mission to the Sanatorium lo lilc their applications at once, Public Sale. In t?k IImti.ii St mi- Disnucr lioeui ?on thk Wkhtkhn IUktiiici ??> Vui ill.VI v. In tho matter of } 0 fi Hale, [ In Bankruptcy. Purnuant lo no order of the Hoferee, tlit- llou. |>, V Halloy,; the unilchiig?cd Tm?loo in tin above mattet win. on Saturday, September 30. 1911, ?oft at public outcry on the premises In the town of Appalaclila, Wlad county, Virginia, for cash In hand on tiny of Mlu the following property, to-wit Kir.^t \n undivided ontwh?lf Inierea in tin- aSn mill and planing mill, engine and Oxttiie* now located In tho town o/ Aupalachla, V*. Stxonil: I .it No. 88, bloc* 7. pi ill, in iln' io'mi of Appalaohfa, tolng tho dwelling house anil lot where the faul 0 S. Halo now live* W S M vi in hs, Tr.i-ii-, for 0. s Hal.-, Bankrupt. s.|,t.i.;tti..ni COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE. In the Circuit Oonrl ol Wlae < oitnt) First National Hank of Appalachla JanMM Martin Sloan. I*urauant to the >lin-etion of ibe deoree t'titclvd In tht-almvr Ntylt'il t a'iM on the 19tl> itay of Aogoal, lvll, tin- undertlgn I?d eoinu. - ,h>uer in cbain'ery* a III alt at |hU office In the lula-nnom ituiltling lu the town ?I Big Stone tiap, Iu Wise county V;t . mi s itiinl.iN. Uli) Silrtl iIbj uf S |>teui lier, mil. iTtw.'. n Diu Ii.mi-, i.l a o'clock . ii. and 0 Ooltick |l in. In Mit? ?II ?.'? conni of the. In ns anil the priority thereof araliiKl thri Iambi of the tlcrcmliiut, .1 M Sloan, .?Iii to lie >..iii in iiic above ni) loil Mill, ami i.port whothcroi nol the wild i unlit it ill rent (or n period of live years foi mi amount hiillloleul to pay Ibe wtlil jions, with Interest, ami to report ..ii any otlici matter bclnu licrlilicnl in ihjt itron.lmv, riir tlefeiiil mi tu.I nil .'minors Inter . pied it re notified t.? apiicni .it the said time :ui.I place to establish tliolr liens uml tin- amount* thoriml Wveu no.I. t my Inn,I this the 'i'iiul ii.-. i>f August. 1011 \l to .('.mil., AtiK-3.1-111^7 HKIII-K Ol PI HI ICATION. YIKG1NIA In ihcUlctk's Olflco ..t the Circuit i ourl .'i Wise ('.unity, the 27th ?Inj Of VugtlRt, 1911. Maty Stilbbleflold Plaintiil vs. I IN OHA Sf l it V Anderson S'.tttibloflcld Defendant tha object of this suit Is I., obtbin ? divorce of Vliictdo MatrliiMmil for the I'laltitllTfrow the liefnniUnt. An affidavit having been litniic .uid tiled that the sii.l dofqndant In a noit-rvsidoiit of the state of Virginia, it Ii ? nlered that he appear hero within 15 days after due publication of this ordci and do what is necessary to protect Id* Interest in tlii" suit, It i> further ordered that ., copy ,,i tl.i- n'rtlor be published once a wcuk f..r four successive weeks in the Iii? Stone ? lap I'Ost, and tint: .. bopy >.l' same bo posted at tlio trout d.?.r of theCourt House of salt! county, as proscribed by law. A i ony?Toste 0 A JOHNSON; Clerk. W. T. Hungen?, p ip Aug :to ai :ts CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bigraature of You Save Money by Spend? ing Your Money at Wolfe's. I have just received a large, complete line ol SHOES for men, women and Children, Fall and Winter Dress Goods, Men's and Boys' Clothing. Big line of Notions, U nclerwear, Hose. 1 cordially invite your inspection ot these goods and solicit your trade, promising full value consistent with price. D. C WOLFE, Big Stone Gap, Va. Buy your stationery from the Wise Printing Company.