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Vote. Tln> vote in tlio election re? cently held in Wine County, according to the ollirial count is as follows: State Senate: J II Calon.. 1688 Krra T Carter ?louse <>r Delegate* John w. Chalkloy 1 ? .1. S. Conor, i... at. K M nil In? County clerk \Y II. Hamilton .1 \V D McNIcl I Commonwealth VMoi uoy W, \V i, (Hitaou 1 A. 1\ Crockett . I County Treaauror U \' Wohlford i s .i Home .i I). B. Dale J, M; Sloan For Sheriff I J Dererly 1 W It Addlngtori l Commissioner Kcv w District \v. n Flctohur ) ? C Wi ll* .. l Cominlaaloner Kcv K Platrict: u \v Bond 1 B. XI Arlington 1 (lladrvlllc District. For Supervisor: WUImm Spark? J II dlUlain i! W Stazei Noah Salyera .! T Hamilton John Hopkins K 0. Ktallani Justier? <>r the I'eace 0 A Vance A F Hurl \V It Hill) j, M Mc.Nlol 1 11 Sorah .1 j.. Sulfrhlge c W CulberUo'n K II Hall W S Powers.... A J Si (t?U For' lOnatabln K 8. Hopkins . F. p QtbaoD .1. A. Clemraotui \V 11 Wclla George 11. Stailard Overseer ol the Foot Dalloy (I Still/. II i Mel.emore George, J"iiie W Hi Kail? Watt i ireeu ... rtbe Gllllain Dill Ford s r HarUock G W Green John M lleaiy . bj M Hall It, II, Itoberaoii John (Colly Taylor Johnson llalley Btowiii t.ipps District. For Bupen laoi .1 L Adddlngtoh W F Wright Harvey 6, Riser Justin* of ll.o Peace: James T llolbrook i! W Csriy It <>. Uray II II. Iloiid c P bVlwarda George Alderaon ii W, Uvelacc ? K Fan Second Hand Pianosj At Special Prices P VVe bavo several extra good bar- jg ig gallo, in high d.v? aeeood hanld op- & H right pUnoa, taken In exohahge, aa K S part pay, tor new Inalrumeiita, I? m among thetu two SUeffuj>rights(cx- jg B ohanged for different style Stjeffa). H These pianos have been put In ES perfect condition, a* ginnl a* i>ow, anil fully guaranteed Write u? today for ileaoriptioii prices and terms Chas. M. Stieff, Factory Hraiieh Warr-rootiis 71*. Mala st . l.yuehburg. V? 0. W. WinrxoMK, Manager. Overseer of the Poor: l>?vid KUgore It, 8. Potior lleorgc Jones A. J. HI* \V. R Celtic Robersun lllflrkl Fol BapervlMI Ira Mulllna Joe KUgore 1 er OreeW Justier* of Um Pom e Win. Centroll It S llobberd T. 0 Horoe I. M. Holling I V Newsun J, N. Hopkins M i> I. Dotnon W M Bergeani For Coo ?table J. W. Short . I). C M?gi??nl l?wiii Cantroli Lewti Uiililim Overseer Of the Poor Samuel Magpml s F Edwards Richmond District. p II. Kennedy .1 E Horton Jnstle.es of the IV.o . I M Strong MA Kigge w i allehan . . W. N llrcedlng W. T. Ollly j, M Sliiiix Fot Constable; llinini Uoatrlght llln.in Qualli A Bald-Headed Woman. Shorn of Her Crown of Beau? ty, Loses in Love and Marriage, Hnir is certainly most neces? sary to woman. Who could love and marry a bald-headed wo man! What oharma could one array to olTsel ouch a disfigure-1 ntent? A Woman's goal is usually love and marriage. Her crown ing glory i? her hair. The loa? of her hair mars her beauty, happiness and success. Vet, t ight here in llig Stone liap. there are many women who are neglecting or injuring their hair to BU?h an extent that it is only a matter of time when it will he utterly ruined. Many women destroy the beauty of their hair through the thoughtfulhcsa or ignorance of certain facts. They use curl? ing irons over-heated, or to OX cehs, which destroys the natur? al oil of the hair, causing it to split, break, and come mil. They do uot shampoo their hail often enough, or too often. They use soaps or preparations which contain ingrodi?tttS posi? tively harmful to the scalp and ISO 18 71 74 800 17a . o 177 167 t?7 127 I in 107 01) Uli 111' too 4i ??iw 184 it 181 ir> DOS tsa '.'111 211 161 . so . 88 SSO 807 .913 hair. Ah a result of euch treatment, dandruff in created, the hair loosens, lours color, fallt; out, and baldness commences, unless proper and prompt precautions are taken in time. Then again, microbes and certain disouses bring about unhealthy scalp ami hair Conditions, j Almost any woman may rid ] herself of dandruff and diseased scalp and hair if she will but I ubo tin' right remedy \Va have that remedy, and we will posi? tively guarantee that it will either cure dandruff and bald iuhs or it will not cost the user any thing That's ;i pretty broad state? ment, but we will back it and prove it with our own money. Wo will return your money if you do not And that Rexall Hair Tonic is an entirely sat? isfactory remedy that will pro? mote hair growth and overcome scalp and hair troubles; that it will grow hair even on bald heads, unless all life in the hair roots bus boetl extinguished, the follicles closed, and the scaip is glazed ai,d shiny. Jt getH it? name from the fact that it grew Ladies' High Grade Suits at Less than Value. I UST arriving this week, some high ?ratio suits, also some in I fants and misses' coats, which were picked up in the East ern markets at away below value, some as low as 50c on the dollar. If in need of anything in this line you'll act wisely by see? ing us before makinpr your purchases. Don't forget also that we are making extensive preparations for the Holiday trade, our buyer having just returned from New York on a special trip for Holiday goods. Ford McConnell, Appalachia, Va. hnir in 03 out of 1"<> ca?oS, whore it received n thoroughly hard, impartial, and practical tost. Wo want you to try Uexull ''!>:)" Hair Tonic nt nur risk. Yon surely cannot lose any? thing by doing so, while you have everything to gain. Vmi had better think thin over, and then come in and see us about this offer. You will be repaid for your visit to our store. Re momber, yon ran get Rexall Remedies in this community only at our store?The Rex all Store?The Kelly Drug Co. Sounds Virtues Of Fresh Air. Health Department Issues Bulletin Urging Ample. Ventilation. Richmond, Ya., Nov IS.? Surest and greatest among the remedies >>f Nature is the one most neglected, abundant fresh air, according to the November issue of tlu> Virginia Health Bulletin issued today. Ho who wishes to protect himself against disease, or to have the aid of Nature in the cure of bis maladies, should live as much as possible in the open air and should always bavo abundant ventilation in his sleeping and living quarters. A marked feature of the Bub lot in is tin1 outlined plans for the ventilation of private rooms. Those are illustrated by euts showing the methods by which rooms can be ventilated at small cost ami are accom? panied by the general warning that in no place where a man lives is he more liable to the disastorous alVeels of foul air than in his own home, unless be takes precautions. To meet the demand for liter? ature on tin' subject, the Health Department has issued an edi? tion of 40,000 on Fresh Air. Copies of this bulletin will be mailed, us usual, to the list of the Health Department and will be sent to any individual upon request. Zerao Makes Astonishing Eczema Cures. ?WE PROVE IT." Kvery day ZKMO give* relief nnd| i area fiu I.. w onion n'.ul ohihuen In every I city end1 town in America whoso an- on tin- with torturing K?2GMA raahofl and other Itching, bnrntug, scaly,! ?u?l crusted skin and ftcalp hnniO ? ZK.MO and ZKMO (AM'hhi'iu , 80A1", two rcflnod proparaiioiti v.ii' give you eueh qulok rcllol that you will feel like a new person. \\ e yon. throt roasoni why wo recommend ami endorse 3CKM0 and 2KMO 80AV lot all -kin and lealp eruptions 1st They are , lean, scientific prepare,* Uoiu that give universal eatrilaoUon and arc pteasaul and agreeable to mo at all time* and. They arc not experiment.*, but are proven ourel Ibi every, form of.skin or scalp alloctioiw, whether on lofants or gros n i*-r*oti*. Hrd They work on a now principle; They do not K^a*1' over the stirta<.,\ toil they pooetrate to the teat of the trouble and draw tbe germ life from underneath the skin and destroy it. In thla way a complete cure I? orToclod in any case of SKIN OH SCAM1 Kit I ITIOV. Bndoned and told by the Kelly Drag Co., Wg sumo <!ap, and the [BVermont I rrog i o , Appebu hla The Big Piano Contest An elegant $350 Piano FREE aggregatiftg ?980. Total, $1,330.00 Besides the special prizes offered in connec? tion with ilns contest. will In- given?each dollar spent in general stock moans 200 votes; every dollar spent in their jewelry Department means 600 voles, and .-very dollar paid on account means loo votes. See Kelly Drug Company for full explanation, arid while there examine the l'iano. Watch the Post for the progress of the Contest. With every dollar paid to Til? HKi STONK G?P I'tiST on hack subscription 500 votes will be given. With every dollar paid on subscription in advance or new subscription 1000 votes will be given. Contest closes February 10, 1912 Kl T Interstate Finance & Trust Co. Big Stone Gap, Va. Capital $50,000.00. Surplus $60,000.00. This bank, under new management, ?tili cHitinm- ihc builneu upac conscr\ati?e Hon. SAFETY: Our Mtitto. SECURITY; Our I'ass-word. interest l'ahl on Time Deposits. DIRECTORS. Ii T. fKVI.S'K, W. T. GOOOI.OE, II. 0. MOUISOX. C. 8. OAHTKK,' .\. K. UOKlftOX, J. s. HAMIil.KS. W, W. TAYLOR, J V. KKI.I.Y ; \v. U, StiKMP. Safety Deposit Boxes for Rem. Send the Wise Printing Company your Jota Work. Prices reasonable. ? Schedule in Effitt ?Inno It, ion LKAVK NOUTO N?11:30 a m , Lynchburg ana Interaediats lions. Pullman sleeper Bit* . .' NVw York via llagentowi urf rullman ?lee|?er Koouoke to ltict moml and Norfolk Alto conned at Blucllcld with tram-. \v, .,i,, rullmau alce|ier to Cincinnati ?vi ( olnlnbus. LKAVK NORTOX?2:30 p n.forrteti North, Eaat aud West. CK AVK BRISTOL?DaUy, B 13 ? for Kant Hadfonl, ItoanoVe, [.nA. bur)!, Petersburg, Itlchmontj ami Norfolk, Pullman tlccpni 1: > to New York via II ......???.,., llanishurg. Pullman Parlor ?'s.rv, Itlohmond. 5:18 p. tu. for Norfolk ami Intermedia',? points, Pulltn to Sleepers I S 1 :32 p. in, and 7:113 p. in (limited ?.?>. trains with pulltnan lie |ierai iWajl ington. Baltlmoro, Philadelphia ami Now York via Lynchburfi IKieinot make local stops 12:l? p; m. daily lor all points hot men ltristol and Lyrichburg Walton at 5:4.0 p. in. with the St. Louis Rxpresa for all point northwest. If you arc thinking of lakiii(; a tri; Yuli want quotations, ehea) 1 ? 1 in n liable and correct Informal routes, train schedules, the most comfort able and quickest way. Write an.l Ili, Information is youra for the asking, ?hl one ol our complete Map Kiildcri W. II. lihvn.t . <i IV A, Mi 1". Bii.vno, T. I'. A D. F. ORR, DEXTIST. BIG STONE GAP. - \ Offli ?? H0?1?-1 i" la a. m.; 1 ' f, IRVINE. A. KY1.E MtlRlSQ IHVINli & MOR.SON, l'1 TORNEYS-AT-LAW. Big siono Gap. Virginia. W. S. MATH EWS, vTTORNEY-AT LAW, ilg Stono Gap, Virginia. AtlrulloD tOCollBCtlODIMll IV'toot H<bII> W. T. HUDGENS Attornoy-at-Law Office In Skeen Building Big Stono Gap. Va. MALCOLM SMITH. Civil and Mining Engineer. Pollj Building. Ulli SI ONE QAP, i'A, Examination* and Reports, Sniveys, I'lon* and Ik.-ljns. DR. THOMAS F. STALEYj Ref ractionist. Trcals diseases n( (he Eye, liar. Hoit and riirnat. IVUl be m Appalaclila FIRST l'UIU.? in each month until it I'. -M. BRISTOL, TENN.-V. J. C. CAWOOD BLACKSM ITH IN ? Big Stonu Gap, Va. Wngoh mil HiiK^y Work jl H I have an l p-i<>-.l.,ti" Machine foi , on ItubWr Tins llioyole I. | All wurk given proinpl attention, DR. JAMES A. DELANEY Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Eyos Examined for Glasses. Oflico! I'lie Itlil, over Minor's Drug Store BRISTOL, TENN. A. C. ANDERSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Polly Building Big Stono Gap, Virginia Notary Public. FOX & PECK, Civil and Mining Engineers. Biy Stono Gap. Va. Harlan,Ky Ituporta ami ealiniatca On Coal and Tim? ber IJinda, Dealgil .mil Plana "i Coal ad 1 1 oke Planta, I ami, Itallroad and Mln* Kiigluecring, Kloctrlo liluo Printing, MAYO CABELL Attorney at Law, Interiuont Hid?. 1110 STONH GAP, VA DR. G. M. PEAVLER, Trout? Dlsonaos of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, BRISTOL. TENN. Will bo In Applaaohla Third Friday In Each Month. Dr. C. E. GREEAR, Dentist, B?K Stono Gap. - Virginia. (ifllcfiu Polly Building. Orrn k floona?9 to 12; l to s.