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One KTigclat "Only, ; NOVEMBER 27 THE BIG MUSICAL COMEDY SUCCESS When Reuben Comes to Town." A scene from the Great New York Musical Success "When Reuben Comes to Town." Have you got the blues? j fHBI If so, see Dr. Reuben in "When Reuben Comes to Town.11_ 24 People, 14 Beautiful Girls. Funny Comedians. Gorgeous Costumes. READ. As/irrHir ('ittiea: Robert H. Kane's Manhattan Opera Company presented the revival of tha New York Casino success, "When Reuben Comes to Town" to a large ami intelli? gent audience at the Academy of Music last night and from the applause that the Company received, shows that the Manhattans are thoroughly capable"of handling musical comedies as well as grand and light operas to the entire satisfaction of the theatre-going public of Asheville. SEATS ON SAL.Ii AT KELLY'S DRUG STORE. MISS N ELLA UROW , nil aito in "Win i ft??b?n A Fair Offer. Your Money Back If You're Not Satisfied. We pay for all llio medicine! iiHi'd during the trial, if our remedy fails tu completely re libye you of constipation. We take all the risk. You arc not obligated to us in any way whatever, if yon accept our of? fer. That's a mighty broad statement, but \vn mean every ??void of it. Could anything be more fair for you? A inoHt scientific, common sense treatment is Roxnll Or dorlicB, which are eaten like' candy. Their active principle] is a recent scientific discovery] that in odorless, colorless and ] tasteless; very pronounced, yet] gentle and pleasant in action, i and particularly ogroeablo in every way. They do not cause diarrhoea, nausea, tlatulenco, i gdiping, or any inconvenience whatever. Rex all Orderlies aroj particularly good for children, j aged and delicate persons. If you sutler from chronic or habitual constipation, or the associate or dependent chronic ailments, we urge you to try i Rexall Orderlies at our ri.sk.. Remember, you-can get them in Big Stone (lap only at our store 12 tablets. It) cents; 30 tablets, > 25 Cents; 80 tablets, 50 cents. Sold only at our stole The Rexall Store-The Kelly Drug Company, Good Plan of Operation. A writer in the Manufactur-| 0X8' Record tells of a number of important industries that are located along the Carolina, elincblield iV <?hio Railroad through the efforts of the com? pany's industrial department. At Kingsport, Tonn., "the railroad itself, through its technical force, located and proved the existence of a Kre it deposit of shale,suitable for the manufacture of high-grade brick." After the material had been sampled and analyzed specimen bricks were made from it and ^manufacturer was induced to put in a plant and Utilize the material which was so abundant. In the same way a large Portland cement plant was located at the same town. < Uber successful industries have been developed, and the indus? trial department of the road proposes to keep up the work along similar lines MR. BUTCHER RESIGNS. \Vo jo.arn with ?incero regret and considerable surprise that we uro i?i lose ottr esteemed young friend, Mr. Oarr II. Butcher, tho fust of the mouth; IIb hits resigned the position he hiis held for tho past thron yours with the Stonega Cuke ,V Coal Cotnpuny and Interstate Railroad Company as Assistant Purchasing Agent, to accept aI very responsible ami lucrative1 position in l.os Vegas, Now Mexico, in the hardware de? partment of one of the largest wholesale general merchandise! stores in the Southwest. Previous to coming to Vir? ginia in I008j Mr. Butcher ?yns manager of the Traflic and Ad? justment Departments of C< M i McCIUtig & Company, Knox-] ville's largest jobbers of any ; kind. His resignation was accepted with regret by the Stonega Coke ,V Coal Company, whom he has served capably and faithfully for the past three years. It will he hard to lind a man to till his place who will serve the com? pany with the lidolity and painstaking core shown by Mr. Butcher, Though of iv very quiet and retiring disposition, Mr. Butch? er has many friends at this place, whose best wishes will follow him to New Mexico. HANSON-MATHESON. Handsomely engraved cards bearing the following invita- , tion have been received by i friends in Rig Stone (lap. Mr. ant! Mrs. 'I'lio'nia? Jay Hanson request the hiftior of \i?ir presence a tlai marriage of their ilau^litt-r N'anoy McGavotik .Mr. Alexander Church Mathcsoh on tin- evening of IHioaUAyi N'ovonibor twenty eighth nineteen Immlrcl and alevuo, .it six o'clock A nchor ut I [ope Pnjauytorian (!hureh Max Meadows, Virginia Miss Hanson is the beautiful and accomplished daughter of I.Mr, and Mrs. T. J. Hanson, of Max Meadows, Vu., and a very popular young lady. Mr. Matheson is Chief Clerk in the Accounting Department of the Interstate Railroad Com? pany and the Appalachia Ter? minal Association, with offices at Big Stone (lap, and is very popular among a large circle of friends. LADIES. NOTICE! Have a tailor-made suit. See the line. Eyery suit guar.intend perfect lit. Goo?i.ok Brothers. CARTER-FORD. A marriage ?t interest to a wide circlo of friends in this section occurred nt 2:30 o'clock IttHt Wednesday afternoon at I Round Hill, Loudoun county, Ya.. at which time Misa Helen Pord became the bride of Mr. F./.ra '1'. Carter, of (late City. | The marriage took place in the beautiful home bit the bride and was witnessed by a number of relatives anil friends. Among those present were Miss Flora j Carter and U. S. Carter, of this place, sister and brother of the; bridegroom. Mr. and Mrs. Carter loft im? mediately after tho ceremony for an extended bridal tour, em? bracing Cuba. They will return to Gate City in about two weeks and occupy their pretty home in t he east end of town. Mr. Carter is among the lead? ing attorneys of Southwest Vir? ginia and lias a host of friends. The bride is a daughter of form? er Stab-Senator Ford, of Lou? den comity. Three years ago sho was a teacher in Shoemaker College, at Gate City, and won the hearts of all by the charm? ing grabe and sweetness of her manners. She is a young lady of high talents and rare accom? plishments. Supreme Court Decisions Opinions d" local interest were banded down last week by tho Supremo Court as fol? lows: North British & Mercantile Insurance Company vs. Robi nett and Green. Circuit court of Wise county. Judgment re | versed. Stonega Coke it Coal Com? pany vs. Addington. Circuit court of Wise county. Judg? ment reversed. Shoemaker, assignee, vs. Shoemaker, administrator, ??! als. Circuit court of Russell county. Decree reversed. Moss vs. county of Ta/.ewell Circuit court of Ta/.ewell COUn ty. Writ of error. Roiul $300. Hurley vs. Charles. Circuit court of Buchanan county. Judgment atlirmed. Campbell vs. Uotson. Circuit court of Buchanan county. Do cree affirmed. Mrs. W. G. Painter returned last week from a visit with rel? atives and friends in Pulaski and Bristol. PERKINS-JOHNSON. Last Wednesday morning at the pretty home of Mr. <;. K Oartor, at Duncans Mills, Rev, ji A. Morrow officiated at the marriage of Mr. Honrs Stuart Perkins, <>f Bluctield, NV. Va., and Miss Lillian Johnson. Among those in attendance were Mr. .1. 1'. Johnson, ol Drvden, father of the bride; Mr ami Mrs. Henry S. Johnson, and Mr. R. .). Wysor, of I Ins sell countyi Mr. I'erkins is a popular young gentleman and a native of Russell county. The bride is a daughter of Mr. J. I? John? son and a niece of Mr. .1. M Johnson, of I late Ci tv. Mr. and Mrs. I'erkins will make their home at Bluellold.? Oate city Herald. Two Killed; Others Wounded. Asa result of policeman ('. ('. Klannry, at Roda, attempt? ing to arrest Wash Morgan, an alleged moonshiner, former I S Marshal K. M. Blair and Morgan are dead, and J. I), i'.lair, all of Kentucky, and Mr. Klanary are seriously wounded. There are several stories of the incident. though it appears the trouble began at Roda; a: stated above. After shooting ofiicer Klanary through the arm and body Morgan escaped ovei the Kentucky border, and was pursued by the Messrs Blair, a hand to hand fight ensuing, in which they and Morgan en? gaged at a deserted house, where Morgan had taken ret' iig?. Later news fruin Roda states that Mr. Plenary was taken to Stonega, where it was found necessary to amputate his arm, so badlj had it been shattered. Mr. Plenary is a son of Reese D. Klanary, of I'enningtun I lap, and a brother of Mrs. lt. VV. Klanary, of this place. Home Mission Bazaar. The Woman's Homo Mission Society will held a bazaar in the United Slates Court Boom on Thursday evening, Nov. 'J:i They will have on sale aprons and. fancy work of all kinds, and all kinds of "homade" eat ables. ()yfters will be served any way desired and all the good things that go with them, including celery, salads, etc., follow oil by ice cream, cake and cotTee. Everybody please come and bring some one with them. Ro , member the time and date ? in ! the Court Room, Thursday evening, November 23rd. W. L. Morl?j . .In.Ige Job 1. Koll) '""I ' !bus. I'. Ilugnh left tili?- morning fur ii week S Inno in iho county of I. 'lltei will leave Ilm train ai Bon llnr, ami go thehco lo Boso Hill, tili native hoinej of Mr. Mb'rloy, In? vitations liad comn to Mr. Moi ley from a iiitinbor of his old friends i" comb blick to bis nn for i hum. The party antici I . sued lii-i annual Thanksgiving proclamation, calling noon bill* TlianksgL ing ami p C. R. McCORKLE, Attorney at Law, APPALACHIA, VA. FITS IN Stylish NEW Winter Suits for Ladies. Tailored to < >r<ler. Gooclloe Brothers, Big Slum: 11.i ji. \ a, lit*v. Klanary, sou <>f K. \V. Klanary, of this |? i ice, roturnotl Monday morning from Port Russell, Wyoming; whore ha w,is recniitl> discharged from a three year's service in th" reg. ill ir army. During his stay with Uncle Sam in the West ho w as mnected with the band, und sayn he was well pleased with the service. May We Renew Your Subscription? We Meet ANY PRICE Made by ANY AGENCY. tnu of-town Agencies do not Rave you any money, and thoy do tip! spdnd ftnj money In Big Sli.lle ( ilip. A--k for our catalogue and subscribe NOW for yarn- wint? er's reading-matter, V? n represent all the loading Korelgn and American ptlhli Mits. Ho nr. I). Morrison's Magazine Subscription Agency; (Mooring House No.-1817. CZf\ MINERS wanted i.y Stonegap Colli? ery Company^ Glamorgan, Va. Steady work. High? est pi ico per ton paid in the district, Healthy camp. lOxcellenl water. School ami church facilities. Stonegap Colliery Co. 42*45 J. S. CHCVNEV, Oea'l Supi. ^^^^^^^^^^^^ They lust a lifetime. They're Fireproof?Stormproof I Inexpensive- Suitable for .ill kinds of building*. For I further detailed information rpply t > Local Contractor!, or Kaoolcrs, or Corlriuht Mttal Koolinn Company, PHILADELPHIA, PA.