A Statement of Facts Backed
By a Strong Guarantee.
We guarantee immediate and
positive relief to all sulTercrs
from eonatipation. lu 'every
case where our remedy fails
t? do this we will return
the money paid us for it. That's
a frank statement of facts, anil
wo want you to substantiate
thorn at our risk.
Rexall i hderlies are eaten
just like candy, arc particular?
ly prompt and agreeable in ac?
tion, may be taken at any time,
day or night; do hot cause diar?
rhoea, nausea, griping, exces?
sive looseness, or other undo
sirahle effectb. They have a
very mild hut positive action
upon the organs with which
they come in contact, appar?
ently acting as a regulative
tonic, upon the relaxed muscu?
lar coat of the bowel, thuBover?
coming Weakness, and aiding
to restore the bowels to more
vigorous and healthy activity.
Roxjall Orderlies are unsur?
passable and ideal for the use
of children, old folks and deli
out'' persons, We cannot too!
highly recommend them to all
Bufferers from any form of con?
stipation ami its attendant
evils. That's why we back our
faith in them with our promise
of money back if they do not
give entire satisfaction. Three
sizes: 1- tablets, in cents; :itj
tablets, 28 cents, anil so tablets,
?*>o cents. Remember, you can
obtain itexall Remedies in Bin
Stone (Jap only at our store?
I ii.' Rexall Store?The Kelly
If Henry U.Stuart would eon
sent to make the race for Con?
gress next year, he would have
fair wind and clear sailing, and
his election would be foregone
conclusion. The race he ran
last year would be nothing to
compare with what he would do
wore hi' to "lick his Hint and
try it again." Tho party in the
district is in far better shape
now than it was in 1910, How.
over, it would not be treating I
tin- next governor fair to havo
him lead a second charge unless
"Harens is willing,'' The Old
Qiiuril never followed Napoleon
with more Confidence than
would the Democratic legion of
the Ninth district follow the
leadership of Honry Carter
Stuart for Conirross.?Norton
? SITTERS AND KIDNEYS
l-??.ATro:*x ?& Witt,
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS.
Office First Floor Informant. Building, BIG STONE GAP, VA
Oo i-i-c-.m |)nniliMioi' Sol ic^lt?i?<I.
Fresh Meats, all Kinds
Butter Eggs, Chickens, Swift's Choice Ham; Break?
fast Bacon, S?us?ge, and Oysters, etc.
Give me Your trade.
J. W. ROBINETT,
New Phone No. 6.
In Front uf Monte VUta Hotel and at I.. & N. Depot.
Big Stone Gap, Virginia.
Plans, Specificatiosn ?''/<</ Details Furnished
I havo also, a first class ropair shop, with capahlo men In
chnrgo to contract your work of any klntl; carpontory,
iiaintuiR, plastering, plumbing, oumont work, utc.
Am salos agont for buitdirux matorlal, motal roofing, coll?
ing. Biding, OtO. CAN SAVE YOU MONEY.
Office, Room 13, Polly Building,
Shop, East 5th St. and Railway Avo.
BIG STOIVE GAP, VA.
You Save Money by Spend
ing Your Money at Wolfe's.
1 have just received a large* complete line ot
for men, women and Children,
Fall and Winter Dress Goods,
Men's and Boys' Clothing.
Big line of Notions,
I cordially invite your inspection of these
goods and solicit yonr trade, promising full
value consistent with price.
D. C. WOLFE,
Big Stone Gap, Va.
Washington, 1). C, Dec. 13.?
A preliminary statement of the
white Mid negro population of
Virginia, by counties anil inde?
pendent cities, as shown by the
returns of the Thirteenth De?
cennial Census, taken us of
April 15, 1910, was issued today
by Director Durand, of the Hu
roau of the Census Department
of Commerce and Labor. The
statistics wore prepared under
the direction of William C.
Hunt, chief statistician for pop?
ulation in the Census llureau,
and are subject to ItvTer revision.
The total population of Vir?
ginia in 1910 was subdivided as
to color as follows:
White, 1,379,809; negro, 671,
090; all Other persons (Indians,
Chinese and Japanese), "o7.
The equivalent figures for 1900
wenv White, 1,102,865; negro,
0)10,722; all other, G07. For IS'.m
they were: White, 1,020,122;
negro, 035,438; all other, 420.
j The negro population consti?
tuted 32.6 per cent of the total
population of the state in 1910,
as against :i.'>.t'> per cent, in 1900
and 38. t per cent in 1890.
There has been an increase in
the negro population since I'.nm
of 10,374, or 1 .6 percent., which
was less than half the rate fori
the preceding decade, for which
the increase was 25,284, or 4.1
per cent. The white population
practically maintained the same
rate of increase from 1900 to
1910 as from 1890 to 1900, the )
increase boing, respectively,!
106,954, or jiO.5 per cent, as
against l7J,7:i!, or 10.9 per cent.
Below is the population of
each county in
Wytbe .. .
Nothing succeeds like getting
a press agent U> make the world
think you have won success.
NOTICE Ol- SALE.
First National Hank of Appalachla
Janice Martin Sloan.
On the Sth-ii U A Y 01 DECEMBER.
1011, ItetM'eon the houra of 10 a. m und
IS noon, at the 1 It O N T Im ) 11 it
OK I IIK INTERSTATE FINANCE *
TRUST ' OMl'ANY lt.\ \k in the town
of Riff Stone Clap, Virginia, Ilm under-I
signed Special < lominlaaiouer In tho above I
atyled eauae, will offer for rent .it public
outcry for the ?horteat porloda not oxjl
ceedlog live yearn the following property
oftbeaald J M. Sloan orao much thoreofl
as may he noceasary hi aatlafy all ooeta of |
the above atyled ault, costs of renting I
and oiti. r costs directed In deoroo rentier-'
ed therein Novontber 81, iuii, and t?>
keep down interest ami pay off all the
debu and oosla reported aa lians against
the said lands by Commissioner C'aboll in
report tiled In ttie said cause on Noveril
ber 10.1911, and confirmed by said de
oree Of November, 21, 1011, namely:
Lot 18. Block s, Fait tilg Stone Gap
Land A Improvement Cd.'a Plat N" I,
Bast Btonc Gap, Va., ami dwelling Iioiihu
and improvements iltuate thereon
Ix>t0, Block 1?. tame |il?t, Kaat Stone
liaji, Virginia, and the storehouse and
Lot 15, Block ',. aame plat, Last Stone
Gap, Va., and the dwelling and Improve?
Lot 7, Block 101. Big Stone Cap Im?
provement Co ? 1'l.u No. S, and the
dwelling and improvements thereon
Said rent* to be payableono-tblrd . ash,
ami the balance in two equal instal?
ments, payable in alx ami twelve months
from Hie date of such rental, lessee to ex?
ecute promissory notes w ith good person
al security therefor.
John w. i iialki.lv.
VIRGINIA:?In the Clerk'a Office of
the Circuit Court of the Count v Of
First National Bank of Appalachla ami
Balrd Williams Dry Qoodl Co.
.lames M irlln Sloan.
t, 0 a. Johnson. Clerk of tho said
Court, do certify that the bond required
of the Special Commissioner by the de?
cree rendered in said cause ou the -lsl
day of November, 1911, hu been duly
given. Olren under my hand as Clerk of
the said Court, this the 80th day of No?
C. A. JOHNSON, Clerk
New Pastor Called.
Rev. T. 11. Fraucisco 1ms been
elected pastor of the Q ate City
Baptist church, and preached i
to large congregations at both
the morning and evening ser?
vices Sunday. He made many
friendu last fall when he served
as pastor of this church two
Brother Francisco's family is
with him hero, and they will go
to housekeeping as Boon as they
can make arrangements to do
BO.?Gate City Herald.
Buchten'?* Arnica Salve
Iho Best Salvo In The Wo'ld.
Santa Claas in Town
Loaded down with all kinds of toys, such
as Dolls, Trains, Wagons, Mechanical
Toys and Everything to please the chil?
See Our Big Christmas Display This Week.
J. M.Willis & Coirmany
The Modern Santa Glaus at Taylors Store
Toys for the children are receiving our special attention at this
season. Our store is headquarters for mi natu re electric railroads,
engines, saw mills, grist mills and everything electrical; mechanical
automobiles, street cars, launches, steam saw mills, boilers and en?
gines, colls, carts, wagons, magic lanterns, in fact, almost everytirig
"Santa" would wish the children to have.
Don't forget to vote for some little girl in our big doll contest.
W. Wr. Taylor & Sons.
IF ALL OUR ADVERTISEMENTS
were put in a book, a volume of several hundred pages would be the
result. One single facl <>r idea, with slight variations, would till
each page. NBut what we want t<? say to our readers with all the '
force and emphasis in our power that the idea whic h we arc ham?
mering in these: advei-tenements is worthy ot your consideration?
namely, that Hamblcn's goods are lull quality and value, and that
your purchases here assite these and a saying of from 10 to 20 per
cent. Glance at these prices and he convinced:
A big line of Christmas Candies ranging from 10c to 40c per pound
Fancy Patent Flour
Best Patent Flour
Second Orade Patent Flour
Best Tomatoes .
Good Corn. . .
Condensed Milk .
13 pounds for $1.00
. per sack 73c
per sack 70c
. per sack 63c
per pound 12Ic
per pound 12!c
per pound I I Jc
per can I Oc
:i cans for 25c
3 cans for 25c
.'! cans for 25c
Louox Soap .
Schnapps Tobticcto . .
Brow n's Mulo Tobacco
f i .00 si/.o Medicines except
All .">"<? si/.e Medicines
White Pino Cough Syrup
2ftc quality, per can 20c
20c truatity, per can 15c
per can I 5c
. .7 cakes for 25c
J plugs for 25c
I plugs for 25c
,260 si/.e, I 5c
per pound 5c
Sulphur . . per pound 5c
The following special prices are rife,-live on Saturdays only:
.0 cakes 25c
?; cakes 25c
< iold Dust
l Ictiigon Soap
ti boxes 25c
?i cakes 25c
ii boxes 25C
A boxes 25c
Headquarters for Colgate &, Go's. Toilet Soaps and Perfumery.
25c can Talcum Powders, .15c Toilet Soaps per cake 5c to 25c
E> JF>OXJr?tfI>SS CANDY I^JFfcEES
Wo have on display a dish containing five pounds of good mixed candy. This candy will be
given to the person guessing the correct or nearst correct number of pieces in the dish, tine
guess with candy purchases of 5 cents or more. Contest closes Christmas night. December 25th.
Remember, guesses are allowed on candy sales only, and aro given in addition to our regular
The prices quoted herewith are for SPOT CASH at our
Istore. NO GOODS DELIVERED AT THESE PRICES.
Big Stone Gap, Va.
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