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Starvation Facts About Indigestion anil Its Relic! That Should Interest You. Although I ml igest ion and Dyspepsia arc so prevalent, most people do not thoroughly understand thou- cnuRc and cure. Thorn is no reason why most people should not oat any? thing they desire -if they will only chow it carefully and thor? oughly. Many actually starve themselves into s i c k n e s s through fear of eating every good-looking, good-smel ling, and good-tasting food, because it does not agree with them. The best thing to do is to lit yourself to digest any good food. Wo believe we can relieve Dyspepsia. Wean bo confident of this fact that we guarantee ami promise to supply the med? icine free of all ?osl lo every one who will use it. who is not perfectly satisfied with the re? sults which it produces. We exact no promises, and put no one under any obligation what? ever. Surely, nothing could be fairer. We are located right here and our reputation should be sufficient assurance of the genuineness of our oiler. We want everyone troubled with Indigestion and Dyspepsia in any form to eomo to our store and buy a box of Roxall Dyspepsie Tablets. Take them home und give them a reasona? ble trial, according to direc? tions. Then, if not satisfied, come to us and got your money back. They are very pluasanl to take: they aid to sooth., the irritable stomach, to si l engthen and iuvigoratu the digestive or? gans, and to promote a healthy and natural bowel action, thus leading to perfect and healthy digestion and assiittllatiou A '_'.''<?. package of Key-all Dyspepsia Tablets furnishes 15 days' treatment. In ordinary cast !., this is BUfliuienl io pro? duct a cure. I n more chronic cases, a longer treatment, of COUrsO, is necessary', and de? pends upon the severity of the tr?lible. For such cases, we havi two larger sir.es which sell for 60 cents and *. I 00, Re member, you can obtain itoxall Romedics in thic community only at our store- The Itoxall .Store The Kelly Drug Co The Virginia \- Sou th wester i Railway Company has reci ivi the first of its large consign ment of new rolling stocV -m eluding heavy engines, stet cars etc The tirst to arriv being one of the big Mikad type of locomotives. It wo delivered to the company ;i Bull's tfap, and ran under it own steam from there A| palachia, from which point i will pull its first coal trau. Second Hand Pianos At. Special Prices We liAVe ?cvi-ral extra e,.?>wl bar? gain* In lil^-li els** second baud up? right pUno*, taken in exchango, as pert pay t"r uevi Instrument* among thvni t?o StieMupriglitM-v ehsnge<l for itlfforcnt style Sticflfk), These pisiitM have Imvii put in perfect condition. ?? K'**1 ?c*-, snd fully guaranteed Write us todsy for description, priciw sod term*. Chas. M. Stieff, Factory Ilrsnch Warrivoms 711 Main .St , f.ynebburg, S'a 0. W, Wiiitmouk, Manswer. W iINGTON LEITER. V ..ohington. D. C, Dec. !?. ?The inauguration for an auto? mobile service for tlie facilita? tion of mail delivery and col? lection in Washington has proved such a pronounced sue* oesa from the outset that tbe plan is destined to be widely followed throughout the Unitod States. Postmaster Gouornl Hitchcock and Postmaster Met: ritt, of this city, perfected the plan between them and local linn jumped at the chance of co operating with the authori? ties with the result that a num. her of large cars have been rented which convey the ear tiers and eolleetors to the most distant points on their routes, from which they work towards the center of the city. Although the service has been installed less than a week, the result and improvement in the mall ser? vice of tho .Capital City is al? ready marked. At least fifteen minutes ?ro gained in tho do livery of letter.-- oil seine thirty or forty routes, and the service will be extended as rapidly as the necessary preliminaries can he perfected. Soon after the automobile be? came recognized as a useful vehicle. Postmaster Wilson, of Brooklyn, attempted to secure authority from the Postmaster General to purchase a uttmber for the use of his carriers. But the then Postumster General failed to see the wisdom of the plan. Lntor ono carrior in this city purchased a small runa? bout and made an arrangement with the postmaster here to use it otlicially at a certain price per diem, lie to make all neces? sary repairs and to furnish fuel lind lubricants His venture was SO successful that he sub? sequently bought three more machines which lie farmed out to some of his associates at a figure which insures him the cost of the upkeep, provides f"i deterioration and leaves him a profit besides. But Postmaster General Hitchcock believes that the general government can do bolter l'\ the adoption of the wholesale plan of car? riage which h:'s just been in? augurated here and the success of the Washington plan will undoubtedly jisstirip the estah lislittiout of (Iko seryice in all no in - of transportation of ear? ing i he collection and ? Ifc tribii tioti of mails, pi ..mi s to entail no additional expense upon the I luput t moot, own country in ?? plow. : crop in our sisli I to I lie not til ? if us is done in (lie lull of the year. It is practically tin- last thing that the fat in r . he fore winter sets in |'|,e object of this fall plowing i- to gain the time it takes to do the! plow nig in the spring SO as to j get the crops planted that much 1 earlier. The fall fairs are over and tin- plowing contests are j the last of the farmer's out door . fiirm amusements, tin Novem? ber titsl near tie- town ..f Mark ham, hi Ym k county, Ontario, 2,000 peoph wout otit to witnos the county contest and sixty three plow teams completed in j What it is alleged the biggest and most interesting plowing COIltest ever held iii Canada. In plowing sod thirty-four te.uns competed and in stubble land twenty-nine. In the sod contest there >vaa a time limit of live hours to complete the area allotted t.. each team with the remarkable result when the time was up it was found thnt the tirst pri^e had 1.n won by a farmer who is eighty-seven years old and has bo. h follow ing the plow- for ,'.7 years. This aged farmer, according to the (judges. OUt-clnssed every other competitor for the best work in the contest Wouldn't it be a good thing in order to bring Our Canadian.friends in closer relationship with the Groat He public to have an international plowing contest Mr. W. L. Beverly is poorly now and scarcely able to walk about his room without assist once. His son, J, K. Beverly, of Tennessee, and daughter, Mrs. Polly, of Big Stone Gap, are with hint. W\ S. Beverly, came over from Big Stone trap Sunday and remained with him two or three .lavs. Gate City Herald. Tv\o French editors fought a duel in the presence of twenty cameras. Anyway, they were uot afraid of snap shots. Red Cross Seals Now Selling In Many Cities and Towns. Richmond, Va., Dec. ? With the approach of the Christmas season, the small army of agents for the Koil t'ress Christmas Seals are mustering throughout the state in a united effort to raise jlo, 000 with which tu combat con? sumption in the s.tate next year. In practically every city of the State tliO agents are now at work, and they report a lively demand for Christmas Seals, . A.t the ofUco of the State Antir I Tuberculosis Association, it was stated today that many i agents had already exhausted | the seals sent them and were telegraphing for more. Light Will Organize. Charles r. Light, formerly ! head of the good roads move- ' moid in West. Virginia, lias ? boon elected organizer of the national good road movement by the good road congress, which met recently in Rich? mond. Mr. Light, who is a na? tive of Martinsburg, W. Va,, is a good roads enthusiast and will make good road sentiment all over the country; In addi? tion lie believes in the culture of apples hv scientific farming. Dr. King's (New Lite Pills Tho boat in tho world. FOX & PECK, Civil and Mining Engineers. Big Steina Gap. Va, Hi rlan.Ky. Coke PI.nits. I .iiui. Itatlrdad .and Min? MAYO CABELL Attorney at Law, MEN WANTED.: CZf\ MINERS wanted by Stonegap Colli? ery Company; Glamorgan, j Va. Steady work. High? est pi ice per ton paid in the district. Healthy camp. ICxcelleilt water. School and church facilities. Stonegap Colliery Co. <M? J. S. CIICVNEV, (len'i Supt. NOTICE. To J. H Small ^ nu ?rc hereby n- ? t iim*?I that the uhder slgued will .ipplv to the Clerk of tho (ilr. , m:i t ourt for Wise 4 "imty i'-mr ih?liths ifi. i tli.' date of thl? notice for a deed convoying to hie Lot M. Bloch US, Plal 1. in tin- t.i? ii of lllj; SloIi.' Ilu|>. Wist County, Virginia, tlie same boht? pin chased liy no- lor delinquent taxes ihio ?h?re. :it tin- s.d.' by It I' Itarroh, Treasurer; on tin- Tili il?y of January, KKMI, for the <um Of *> 1 -J r, Air laxe? due tho s.,i.i town foi the yeni 1005, which -aid lut stis^l in your uailuVoh llu- i ".hu mlssloncr* book??t said ditto. Kcepnetniily, W s M criisttK 1 December II, im I NOTICE. To lewis Ap|ier?bn You ?n- hereby nmitied thai at i sale of property for delinquent taxes, made by I: r llarrim. Treasurer foi WUetkuin. iv. it tli. Court House, on the 7th day .'t Jsmisry, lt?n? I purchased I ot la, llfock :<t'. Mat 1. situated in the lovvii of Mom- Oapy Wise County, Virginia; lor the town taxes and levies due : the **lil town for tin- year ISOS ori s.ti.l lot. lor the sum of M (?s. ?i?l after the elapse of foul mouths from due public aloh of tin* no. ?co 1 shall apply to llie > L i 's of Wise Circuit Court for a deed for said lot the same standing In your natnc ou the Conv mlssloner's books ut the date of - mi pur chase. Respectfully, W S. M VTIIKWH December0, lot 1. NOTICE. To .1 K Johnson You are hereby notified, that at a sale of property for delinquent taxes nuulebj H 1" fiarron, Treasurer for Wise Coun? ty, at the Court House on the 1st (lay of January, l?04, I purchased l?ot 8 Ulook 28, l'ls'v l, situated in the UlWU of Hlg Stonetiap, Wise I .unity. Virginia, for the town taxes ami levies due the said town for the year 11KM on said lot lor the turn of $1,11, and after the elapse of four mouth* from due pllblleatlon Of this no Uce 1 shall apply to the Clerk ol Wist) Circuit Court for a deed for said lot. the same standing in your name on the Com luisslolier's books ?t the <Ut< 61 laid pur chase Respeetfully, W h Mat?ryh December*, um. Holiday Goods Now ready for your inspection, the largest, best and most complete assortment of holiday goods we have ever shown. Books, Toys. Dolls, Novelties, Fan^y Goods, Umbrel? las. Handkerchiefs, Silk Hosiery, Statuary, Box Papers, Fur Sets, Muffs, Games, and all the new and popular goods for the holidays. Ford & McConnell, Appalachia, Va. The Big Piano Contest An elegant $350 Piano FREE POUR innre Grand Prizes 6l QQH flfl iggregating ?980. Total. yl.UUU.UU Besides the special prizes offered in connec? tion with this contest. With every purchase at KELLY'S l?IU"<i STORK votes will be given?aaqh dollar spent in general stuck means 200 votes; every dollar spent in their Jewelry Department moans 500 votes, and every dollar paid oii account means 100 votes. Sec Kelly Drug Company for full explanation, and while there 9xamine the Piano. Watch the Post for the progress of the Contest. With livery dollar paid to THE BIG STONE|GAP POST on back subscription ?'. votesi will bo given. With every dollar paid on subscription in advance or new subscription I. votes will bo given. Contest closes February 10, 1912 Kl T. IKVI.NK. Pres. W. T. GOODLOK, Vice Prop. .1 Sro'r. It. 1'. IU ItKON, Trraa Interstate Finance & Trust Co. Biu Stone Gap, Va. Capital $50,000.00. Surplus $60,000.00. This bank, under new management, will continue the business upon conservative lines. SAFETY: (lur Motto. SECURITY: Our Pass-word. internst Paid on Time Deposits. DIRECTORS. k. t. IKVINK, \V. t. goodlor, li a. morison, a s. caktbr,* a. K. mokison. J. 8. UAMBLKS. W. W. TAYLOR, J. W. KKId.V.; W. U.'.SLKllP, Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent. Send the Wise Printing Company your Job Work. Prices reasonable. I.KAVK NO II TO N-MO i m fo. Lynchb?rg and intcrmclut. Mom. PuUnmn deeper Muefkld ti Now Y.irk vi.i i j Pull mau sloepor Roanoko to It ' nioud ?ml Norfolk M> at llluofleld with train.- u. Pullman sleepor to Olnclniutl ?vi Columb?B, LEAVE KOH fOX - i ; North. Kaat nnd Went. I.KAVK ItHISTOL-Oiiiiy l'?r East lUdford, It I- .;. burg, PeUimburg, Klohmoi it ?tt Norfolk, Fiilltuan to N'i'w York via Haucniioira u I Ilaxrubors. P&lltnan 1'arliw t'arto Richmond, 5:15 p. m. for Norfolk anil intrrnudiit* polbta, Pullman SI. ; ? 1 ;89 |>. m. und f:85 p. m. (limited S II! train* with p?Tlmari ilcepera to H Ington, Baltimore, PhlliuMpbU .i t New York vi.i I.ynehliiir,: [Ion not nudes local Mups. 12:1? p. in. daily tor nil points bttwxo liristol and Lynohbiirg i t.hiu U Walton at r, to p, m *|tli thi Si Louis KxprcKH for all point* ?f?t ?ni northwest; If you arc thinking of taking .. tri| Yolt want qtkptattoiuij chcaput f?it, r> liable nod correct information U to routca, traiu Mihcdble?, tbo tnojl i itl.li- nnd <|tilrkcHl way Write ?od lU iuf.iruiailoii is yours f.ir the askiuu. ?Uli one of our complete M?p I W B. lit.vii i, <; P, \ M. K. Biiaufi. T P A D. F. ORR, BIG STONE GAP, - 1 tillicu in l'olly Building Offi.Houri?S to i'.' a, in.; 1 to .'. p, It. T. IUVINK. A. KYI I U IKV.NE & MORISON. ATTOKNEYS-AT LAW. otllcu in Intarropiit Hulldlcf. Bi? stono Gap, Virginia. W. S. MATHEWS, ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, ?nie* on first Floor 1 literuioiit Building. Big Stone Gap, Virginia. IJoat AUpmIoq In Collection, tad rr*ni - 1 W. T. HUDGENS Attornoy-at-Law Office In Skoon Uulldlnx Big Stono Gap, Va. MALCOLM SMITH. Civil and Mining Engineer. Polly Building. BIO STONK QAP, va Examinations and Rtporl?, Surveys, Plans und Denlros. DR. THOMAS F. STALEY. Ref ractionist. Treats diseases ol the Eye, Ear, NcK and Throat. Will bo In Apfialachla FIRST FRIDA f in kaoh month until :l P. M BRISTOL, TENN.-V. J. C. CAWOOD BLACKSM ITH ING Big Stone Gap, Va Wagon and IliiRgy work A 8| < ? I have an Up-to-date Machine!' I | on Rubber Tin*, llieycle Repalrins All work given prompt attention DR. JAMES A. DELANEY Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Eyos txainlnocl for Glasses. Office: Pile Bid, over Minor's Drue, Stow BRISTOL. TENN. ELECTRIC BA?iit'-si'