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IN YOUR SCALP? It Has Been Proved That Mi? crobes Cause Baldness. l'rofcsRor'l'nna. of Hamburg] Germany, and Dr. Snbourand, the leading French dormutolo gist, discovered that a microbe causes baldness. This has time and again been amply verified through research experiments carried on under the observa? tion of eminent scientists. This microbe lodges in the Sebum, which is the natural hair oil, and when permitted to flourish it destroys the hair follicles and in time the pores entirely close, and tho scalp gradually takes on a shiny appearance. When this happens there in no hope of the growth of hair being re? vived. We havo a remedy which will, we honestly believe, re? move dandruff, exterminate the microbe, promote good circula? tion in the scalp und around the hair roots, tighten and revital? ize the h,,ir roots, and overcome baldness, so long ns there is any life loft in the hair roots. Wo back up this statement with our own personal guaran? tee that this remedy called Rex all "t>:t" Hair Tonic will be sup? plied free of all cost to the user if it fails to do as we state. It will frequently help to re? store gray mid faded hair to its original color, providing loss of color has been caused by dis? ease; yet it is in no sense a dye. Rexall "93"' Hair Tonic nc complishos these results by aid? ing in making every hair root, follicle, and pigment gland strong and active, and by stim? ulating a natural How of color? ing pigment throughout the hair cells. We exact no obligations or promises?we simply ask you to give Rexall ":i;t" Hair Tonic, a thorough trial and if not satis lied tell us and we will refund the money you paid us for it. Two sizes, prices 500; and $1.00. Remember, you can obtain it in I Hig Stone (Jap only at our store The Rexall Store- The Kelly 1 'rug Company. I. V. Kane, of Gate City, has been appointed by Gov. Manna member of the board of visitors of William and Mary College to succeed W. D. Smith, resigned, who lias been appointed as u member of the board of visitors to the new Stale Normal School ] at Radford. GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS. Offlco First Floor Intormont Building, BIG STONE GAP, VA Corres] iondenoo Solicited. MEAT MARKET, Fresh Meats, all Kinds Butter Efrgs, Chickens, Swift's Choice Ham; Break? fast Bacon, Sausage, and Oysters, etc. Givo mo Your trade. J. W. ROB1NETT, New Phone No. 6. In Front of M?nte Vista lintel and at L, A N. Depot. Big Stone Gap, Virginia. /\RCMITECT. Plans, Specificatio ns-Vw Details Furnished I hnvo also, a first class ropalr shop, with capablu men In charge to contract your work of any kind; carpontery, painting, Diastorini;, plumbing, comont work, otc. Am salos agent for building material, metal roofing, coil? ing, siding, otc. CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. Offico, Room 13, Polly Building, Shop, East 5th St. and Hallway Avo. BIC STOIVE GrAI*, A/A. You Save Money by Spend? ing Your Money at Wolfe's. 1 Have just received a large, complete line of SHOES for men, women and Children, Fall and Winter Dress Goods, Men's and Boys' Clothing. Big line of Notions, U nderwear, Hose. I cordially invite your inspection of these goods and solicit your trade, promising full value consistent with price. D. C WOLFE, Big Stone Gap, Va. Bribery in Lee. Judge Skeen Determined to I Enforce the Law and a Political Earthquake Develops. Tho Norton correspondent of the Konnoke Times, under dnte of December 11th, writes that paper as follows in regard to the investigation of election ir? regularities in Lee county: "Something of u panic was created in the local political circles of Lee county this week when .lodge .Skeen began his investigation of irregularities supposed to have been commit? ted in the recent county elec? tion: "A man from Jonesville this morning said up to last night about 200 indictments had been returned, involving some of the most prominent men in the county. The probe is by no means finished, and when it is through the chances are that several of the comity officials elect will have trouble to qual? ify "The Republicans made a clean sweep of the offices and spent, as it is said, upward of $!7,t'<Ni in the campaign, the Republican candidate for treas? urer alone parting with f-1,000. The Democrats also spent mon? ey, and some of them are into trO?ble, but their pile did not approximate that of tho Repub? licans. "it is known that Judge Skeen is (irmly convinced that the present olaction law of Vir? ginia is a good one ami will | stop tho traffic in vote buying if properly on forced. Ho has] shown the glimmest determina? tion so far in paving tho way for prosecutions, and it is be? lieved that lie will show little mercy to those who bandied money or whiskey for tho pur poso of influencing voters Dickeiison county will be the next scene of action, and somo interesting developments are promised " Textile Directory. Washington, D. ('., Dec. 18.? The I.anil and Industrial | Department of the Southern Railway and the Mobile and | Ohio Railroad has just issued its annual textile directory, which points out in a conclu? sive manner the growing im? portance of this industry in the I South. The booklet shows a grand total of 77S textile mills with 192,882 looms and H,550, 142 spindles in operation in the territory served by tho system January I, with seven mills in course of construction. The j location, name, character and! capacity of each mill in points j along the Southern Railway j ami the Mobile and Ohio Rail- j [road are enumerated, and in this table the interesting fact is shown thet in '.'.v.! cities and towns there are located tiUG cot? ton mills alone. Figures uro also given in detail as to the knitting and woolen mills, there being a Intal ot Kill knit? ting mills and 39 woolen mills. A summary of the cotton mills shows their location in the dif? ferent states as follows: Ala? bama, 19; Georgia,9-1; Indiana, 3; Kentucky, ;t; Mississippi, 111; Missouri, J; North Carolina, 240; South Carolina, 158; Ten? nessee, 20; Virginia, IS. At? tention is called to the superla? tive advantages to be found in the South for the location of textile plants and the booklet will be given wide distribution in an effort to attract more manufacturers to this section. < The Southern Railway and the Mobile and Ohio Railroad are getting out this directory in following out their work of helping in tho development of the territory they serve. Land ami Industrial Agent, M. V. Richarils, Washington, D. C, will be glad to furnish a copy of the directory free on application to him. The grand jury is still at work investigating the buying of votes at the last election. Noth? ing is permitted to be given out, but it is said that the list will be long. Judge Skeen, it is re? ported, has it in for the seller. It is bis desire to rid the county of those who will barter their birthright. If he can accom plish this he will do the nouuty a great favor.?Jones "ille Star. Sale of Property Made at Norton. Norton, Va., Dec. 16.?Tho I building on tho corner of Park avenue ami Sixth street wasi Hold last week to W. I). McNeil. The purchase price was $9,750. It in a brick structure, three stories high, and is one of the' oldest buildings in tho town.j having been the oldest house in the entire block that withstood the tire which Norton had in the year 1904, The man who says ho never! makes mistakes is making a mighty big one. anta Glaus in Town Loaded down with all kinds of toys, such as Dolls, Trains, Wagons, Mechanical Toys and Everything to please the chil? dren. See Our Big Christmas Display This Week. J. M.Willis 66 Comoany The Modern Santa Clans at Taylors' Store Toys for the children are receiving our special attention at this season. Our store is headquarters for minature 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 everyting "Santa" would wish the children to have. Don't forget to vote for some little girl in our big doll contest. "W^ "Wr. Tciylor <Sz Sons. IF ALL OUR ADVERTISEMENTS were put in a l>o<>k, a volume ol several hundred pages would be the result. One single fact Or idea, with slight variations, would fill each page. Hut what we want to say to our readers with all the force and emphasis in our power that the idea which we arc ham? mering in these advertisements is worthy of your consideration? namely, that Hamblen's goods are full quality and value, and that your purchases here ass tie these and a saving of from 10 to 20 per cent. Glance at these prices and he convinced: A big line of Christmas Candi Granulated .Sugar . . Fancy Patent Flour. Heut Patent Flour . Second Urade Patent Flour liest Bacon . Pure Lord . . Lard Compound. Host Tomatoes' . Good Corn. Hominy. Condensed Milk. 13 pounds for $I.OO . .. per sack 73c . . per sack 7?C per Back 63c .per pound 12 !C per pound I2!c per pound I I *c per can 1 Oc !l cans for 25c .:i cans for 25c . :t can8 for 25c irifting from ICH. to 40c per pound Table Peaches ,26c quality, per can 20c Pears 20o quality, per can 15c Salmon per can I 5c Lenox Soap 7 cakes for 25c Schnapps Tobacco ?_' plugs for 25c Brdwn's Mule Tobacco 11 plugs for 25c $1.00 si/.e Medicines (except "Milnm") 85c All 60c size Medicines 45c W hile Pino Cough Syrup 25c sieo, 15c Kpsoin Sails. per pound 5c Sulphur .per pound 5c SATURDAY SPECIALS. The following special prices are effective on Saturdays only: Fairy Soap Ivory Soap >'. cakes 25c r> cakes 25c Oold Dust .Ii boxes 25C Octagon Soap i. cakes' 25c Sodu .fj boxes 25c Starch .., .6 boxes 25c Headquarters for Colgate & Co's. Toilet Soaps and Perfumery. 36c can Talcum Powders.15c Toilet Soaps ,per cake.5c to 25c s f?ouni>s c^Ai*rr>y free: Wo have on display a dish containing live pounds of good mixed bandy. This candy will be given to the person guessing the correct or nearst correct number of pieces in the dish. One jgueHS with candy purchases of "> cents or more. Contest closes Christmas night, December 26th, Itetnember, guesses are allowed on candy sales only, and are given in addition to our regular premium certiticates. The prices quoted hen:with are for SHOT CASH at our Istore. NO GOODS DELIVERED AT THESE PRICES. HAMBLEN BROS., Big Stone Gap, Va.