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ANteolaUf IVrparailiinl?rAj sJmila I si jrt thr rbodaml liiVtAi ling ilic Siraarts anl Ifcmtls & Promotes nigi'sltaifhrnTii IWSS ?imI lti'?j.f onlibs Dritter Opium.Mdn'liino mtrMiwraL' Not Nahc otic. JUryr f/?kl ItSIM mmk~?. /Umphr Sn\f~ Jtxiemm ? \ HxMttSAx- I AttrJM* I ApcriVct [U-mrily forComflf* lion, Sour Stonurh.Dbufen Worms.Convulskmvl? ?rtdi nrss and loss of SLEEP. FttS'u Signatur? tf NEW YOnK. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of act Copy of Wrspjwr, In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA Dispensaries of Hookworm Many Cases of Hookworn Treated by State's Agents. Richmond, Vh., July 18. Field agents of tin) Stuto Health Depot tment, working in cooperation with tin- Rocke? feller Sanitary CoinmiBiou, are meeting with, marked Bticcoaa in their treatment of cases in Bedford and adjacent eountiea, While the infection with the "American minder" dOOfl not seem to be an extensive in the Hlue Ridge Counties an in Home parts of Tidewater, many cases of tho disease have lieen ding nosed and treated. The De? partment announced today the opening of new (iispqnsnriea in h ranklin and Henry Counties during the next mouth, under the direction of Drs. W. A. Hrumtiehl and K. K. Miller. A dispensary has also been established in Essex County under the supervision of Dr. a 0. Fisher. This will remain open for tho treatment of eases in various putts of tho county until the middle of August. Notice. All persons who have not paid their city tuxes for the year $61] will please settle al ouce.ms the time for collection is now up. 1'. H, Barron, Treasurer. Two Special Bargains IN SECONDHAND Pianos STODART Player-Piano for $325. Upright Piano for $147. Taken in exchange an pari |<iy for th* Artistic StIOff Kutli in perfect condition, fully jjuurun u..i uatl exceptionally >;..-i bar gains. Easy Tsrma. Chas. M. Stieff, Factory Uraach W?r*roow? 716 M?lu St , I.ynchburg, V? 0. W, V> a, Mo.... Anderson Cleared Of Bribery Charges. Kreeling, Vn., 18.?The lirnt case for violations of I he nice linn laws of Diokeuson county wan tried in Judge Bkeen'a court on Saturday, the result of which wan acquittal of the defendant. Those niKcH have beon dock? eted alphabetically. Accord? ing, Anderson, Chnrles, was first lo bo tried. The prosecu? tion was assisted by S. Holiday Sutherland, while \V. A. Dough? erty, from Qrnndy, represented tin' defenso, Tho prosecution argued that under whatever pretense the election worker gave tho money, it was only a subterfuge intended to hide the actual intents anil purposoB, while the defense argued that there must he a clear contract. Health Bulletins With Rules For Mothers Ready For Distribution. Richmond, Va., July 'JO.? Carrying on its title-page the portrait of a handsome virgin la youngster, the Infants num? ber of the Virginia Health bulletin has just been issued. This pninp.hlet was prepared by tho Health Department for tho guidance of young mothers and other persons charged with tho care of infants. It is devoted primarily to infant feeding',' but includes rules and suggestions for the general wel? fare of babies. Tills bulletin will ho sent to the entire mail Ing-list of the Department and can be had upon request to tho Stale Board .if Health. The New York World's Cam? paign Offer. line dollar will secure tho New Vork Morning World for four months, postage paid. This period covers tho time when political news will be much sought after. This is the most important campaign since Qen. Grant sought n third term. Send to The World, Pulitzer Building, New York, and ge.t the Morning World from now until after election. Hon. D. T. Baily Succeeds Summers. Bristol, Vn., July 20.?Hon, David K. Daily, ol Bristol, bus been advised t>y Senator Swum son, of Virginia, of his con? tinuation for the position of collector of internal revenue Sixth district, embracing Vir? ginia. Mr. Daily has made the required bond and will enter upon the duties of the olllee at once. He succeeds L. P. Sum? mers, resigned. Tho office is in the federal building at Abingdon, Va. Treating Twenty Persons Bit By Suspected Animals. Richmond, Va., July 18.?At tho luborutory of the State Board of Health, Boventeon EersonB who have been bitten y animals suspected of hydro phobu are now under treatment. Thin record equals that made by tho Department at any timo and iudicatcs, according tu Health officers, that the number of rabid nnimuls iu the State is not being reduced. Reports are constantly being received of animals which huve shown symptoms of rubies und ro peatod warnings promptly to lie up all animals that show any signs of sickness have met with little public support. Un? less precautions are taken, there is danger of a widespread prevalence of rabies. Virginia Lawyers To Meet August 6 Norfolk, Va., July 19.?The annual meeting of the Virginia Stale Rar Association wi'l be held on August Oth, 7lh and 8th, lit the Chamberlain hotel, Fort? ress Monroe. The President's address will be delivered by Mr. J. F. Bullitt, of Rig Stone (Jap, retiring president, and papers will be read bv Mr. Fred Harpor, Lynchburg, Mr. John B. 1 loathe, Norfolk, and K. Hilton Jackson, Washington, 1). C. Jrdge Martin A. Knapp, of tho United States Commerce Court will deliver the annual uddresB. Special hotel and railroad rutes have been secured, good from August 3rd to I3lh. A large attendance is expected. NOTICE. VIRGINIA: At a meeting of the Hoard of Supervisor began and held for W ise County, at the Court House thereof, on the 5th day of June, 1012. Present, Hon. F.. J, Prescott, Chairman, J. L. Addington, Wilburn Sprat;k and Ira Mullius, gentle? men Members of said Hoard, * >n motion and for reasons appearing to the Hoard, it is ordered that, hereafter no al? lowances lie made to merchants linns, or corporations, or other, persons, for goods, wares, and merchandise or other i.ecessa ries of life, furnished any pau? per, or other persons, unless by ordor and approved <if the i Iyer seers of the pour, or a member of ttier Hoard of Supervisors of this county. It is further or? dered that a copy of this order lit! published once a week for two weeks ill all the newspll pors published in this county, and that u copy hereof be post? ed at the front door of the courthouse of said county. A Copy Teste: W. B. Hamilton, Clerk. 30 31. Clinchfield To Increase Out? put. Bristol, Vu., July *Jt>. ? As an evidence of the Olincllfield Coal Corporation, operating mines at Dante, Va., to increase its output, tlie corporation is now having recorded here an amend? ment to its charter by which its capital slock is increased from 116,000,000 to 18,000,000, The increase was made ne? cessary by the project to ox tend the Carolina, Clinchfield & Ohio railway through the mountains from Dante, Vu., to K.Ik horn City, Ky., as a re suit of which the corporation will have a direct outlet for northern and western cities. Now equipment will be pur? chased a ud new mines be opened. I _. + ._ BANKRUPT NOTICE, In the Oinirkt Court of tlio Unite** BUtca for tlie Wettern Dlatrlot of Vir? ginia. Iu Bankruptcy. I n tin" mailer of O. H. Donnelly, Bankrupt, IN BANKRUPTCY T? tho Creditor* of O. B. Donnelly, of Appalacbla, Virginia, in IM County of Wlte ?ml district aforvaald, a bankrupt: Notice la hereby given lliat on Ilm I Sil; day of .Inly. A. !>.. ISl'J, the takl O. It. Donnelly, was duly adjudicated bankrupt, and the ilrst Meting, of the creditor* will Ih< held at llig Stone (lap, Virginia, in the United State Court llouae ihi the llrd day of AngUJt, A. II., IVVi. at two o'clock in the afternoon, at which time the said ciedltom may atlen I, prove their claluw, appoint a trustee, . lamlue the bankrupt, and tranaact ?urb other bu*ln?.?j a* may pr?|>crly ooiuo before aald meeting. ' Hato Cahk;.i., Keferee ui Bankruptcy. I July iSad, 1012 A Surprise. Mr. Guy Doty and Miss Katio Iloaraley woro married Wednesday evening t>y Rever? end Whiting. The wedding was a complete surprise to all except a few intimate friends of the bride and groom,. None were more surprised than the family of the bride, who for sonio unaccountable reasou objected to tho match. Mr. Guv Doty is a nephow of Mrs. R. II. Drown of this city and is one of the most popular and highly respected young business men in eastern New Mexico, lie is in the employ of the Charles Ilfeld Company in this place. Miss Katie Her? nie v is a daughter of Mr. anil Mtb. j. \V. Ilorsloy, of Los Tanos and since leaving school as a student has been teaching hero in the county. Miss Hor sloy was a bright and popular young lady, particularly well liked among the younger sot in Santa Rosa. The newly wedd? ed couple were driven to Pin? tado by a friend and left on west-bound passenger for El l'nso and other points. The Sun joins with numerous other friends in good wishes.?Santa Rosa (N. M.) Sun. I hir readers have no doubt noticed the advertising of the Cartright Metal Roofing Com? pany, 60 N, 23rd Street, Phila pelphill, Pa., which has been appearing in our columns for several months with a change of cuts each week, alul we hope that those of our subscribers who have been in need of such material have communicated with this Company, as they of? fer a System of Hoofing pos? sessing every point of superior? ity,?absolutely weather-light, tire-proof, ornamental in ap? pearance, durable, easily ap? plied and low first cost. This Company has local agencies established al many places, some of whom carry the goods constantly in stock hut where they are not so represented, are always pleased to get iu direct communication with the pros? pective buyer. If in any way interested iu roofing, wrile them fur literature and further particulars. A Curious Coincident Proud of her son Woodrow Wil? son,-Staub ton', Va., has flung to the bree/e, nil its Mailt street, a banner proclaiming him as its own, and by a curious coinci? dent the banner hangs suspen? ded between two drug stores one run by a man named Wil son, while his competitor across the Street is named Mar? shall?possible prophecy of the competition botween the head ami tail of that ticket this fall. Vital Statistics Rules Issued In New Edition. Richmond, Vn., July 20.? Hilles and regulations for the guidance ol those administer? ing the vital statistics law have beeu issued in a new edition by the State Hoard of Health. The new pamphlet, the first copies of which were delivered today, contains the text of the vital statistics law, regulations for physicians, undertakers, regis? trars ami midwives ami facsi? mile rcprnducions of model birth nnd death certificates. Tho new regulations will he sent to registrars, undertakers and physicians without delay ami will he distributed to other interested persons upon re? quest. Chairman K.J. Preacott,Mil bum Sparks, J. 1,. Addington ami county engineer Cocke, ac, companied by asssistant High? way Commissioner Coleman passed through Coeburn Tues day making a tour of inspect? ion of the new county ronds. Engineer Redd has been taking up Una! estimate Guest Moun? tain road the past week and will turn it over to the county as soon as linal esti? mates can be made.?Ceeburn Journal. Messrs Shephard and Camp hell, the expert road men, took a trip Sunday via Hig Stone (tap and up Little Powells Valley to Dorchester Junction. They say that the grade work is practically finished, nnd a crusher is being placed up the valley midway between Hig Stone (lap and the gap at Dor? chester. The stone is good throughout tho valley. -Appa lat-hia Progressive. "Sure Cure" "I- would like to guide suffering women to a sure cure for female troubles," wrilcs Mrs. R. E. Mercer, of Frozen Camp, W. Vn. "1 have found no med? icine equal to Cardui. I bad suffered for about four years. Would have headache for a week at a time, until I would be nearly crazy. I took Car? dui and now I never have the headache any more." The Woman's Tonfc The pains from which I many women suffer every I month are unnecessary. I It's not safe to trust to strong drugs, right at the time of the pains. Better to take Cardui for a while, before and after, to strengthen the system and cure the cause. This 13 the sensible, Ihc scientific, the right way. Try Ii J. C. CAWOODl BLACK SM ITH IN G Big Stono (jap, Va. Wagon ami Bngiry work A specialty I have an Up-to-dste Machine for putting | mi Rubber 'l ins I am assisted hy J. c. Neil an expert iu Itubber Tire anil Bug gy work. All work given prompt alten Bon, Itching, Fiery, Raw Ecxema. Zeroo soothes, enotki ami heals angry skin and quickly eures eczema and e form of akin disease Zeino is a clean) liquid wish that sinks right In, Quickly allays all pain, all Itch, all dutirc* Zetno does the work in ? way that simply astonishing ami your druggist I will refund the purcliaso price if the Drat | bottle doca not give you entire sstlsfsc lion. Try one boitle at our risk, y.ei i- prepared by K. W , Iii?.- Medicine C and is sold in lllg Stone Gsp by Ibe Kelly Drug Co., and in Ap|>alaohla by] the Interinonl I b ug i o Order Of Publication. Virginia: In' the Clerk's OIHct or the Circuit Court of the County of Wise tin Ulli day of July. 11? 19, Horace Johnson, Plaintiff, vs Rvs lllrohtlcld Johnson, Defendant IN CHAN? L|;V Tho object of this suit is to obtain divorce a vlnoulo matrlnionil from the defenilant, and an tsllldaril having bei matte and littst In the Clerk s OOlO the (in till Court of Wise County, that I tlio dcfcnilnt Kvs Birchueld Johnson, Ih noli resilient of the State of Virginia, |aordered that she appear here within ntleeii daja alter due publication of this onler and >l>> ? hat is necessary to pre toot her interest In this suit audit is or tiered thai a copy hereof 1m; published | once a week for four successive weeks the Rig Stone flap Post, and that a to., be posted at the front tl.sir of the court? house of said county ns prescribed b< law, ami that a copy of ihls outer sent by mail t? the defendant Kvs Itiroh AeldslohnHon to Cincinnati, Ohio, last known place of abode. A i opy Teste: W. B. Hamilton. Clert By .1. I). Doni.in. li e W S MATIIBWS, p.q, .luly 17-St Schedule in Fffect May M, 1013. I.K.AVK N Oil TO N?7.-00 a. m. for| Lynchburg and intermediate sta? tions Pullman sleeper Blnoflcld Philadelphia via llsgerstown; Pullman sleeper Itoanoke to Itlc uioiiil ami Norfolk. Also conhoetloni at llllletield with trains West!.ll Pullman slie|s-r to Cincinnati and i 'oluinbus. I I.KA VK NORTON^?3:80 p. m. for points North. Rast unit West. ME AVK IIRISTOL?Dslly, titr, a. m. for Kast Itadfoiil. Koanoke, I.ynoli burg, Petersburg, Richmond and Norfolk, Pullman Parlor Car to Richmond. Cale Car Roanoks and llagerstown. Pullman sleeper Itoa? noke id New Vork via llagcistow n and llarrlahurg. :1ft p. m. for Norfolk ami Intermediate point*, I'iillina.it Slcepcre to Norfolk. 11:89 p. ui. and 7:86 p. m (limited,) Solid trains w ith pullmau vdee.piin to Wash Ington, Baltimore, Philadelphia und New Vork via l.ynohburg. Does not make local stops. 1121? p. in. dally for all points lietween Bristol and l.yncliburg. Connects at Walton si 5:40 p. m. with the. si. Louis Kxpreut fur all |*>iul.s west and northwest. If yon are thinking of Ukiug a trip VUC want quotations, cheapest Tare, re? liable and correct information, aa to routes. Haiti schedules, the most comfort able ami quickest way. Write and the Information is youra for the asking, with ouoof our complete Map Poldern. W. B. ?f.MI.L. O. I?. A. W. Q. Saurmins, Atst. Oen'l Pasa. Agta Roanuku, Va. ZEMO FOR YOUR SKl? Eczema, Pimples, (Rash tJ All Skin Afflictions Quick- ] ly Heaied. No matter what the tmahlt ?. cbarinn, plmplca. salt rheum HtAiitly stopK Irriuitli.n Tli,-',.,? *! quick Sinks right In. Wri^SH ???ir- .?55? Thewomlerful way In wl.leh ra?li,-?. plmplca, dandruff, \,Hr, uc '? B heals by tin. maglo touch ol / ^P tuarvolous. Zetno iH aohl by w*I druggists everywhere, add In k sSl Uap.by the kellv Urn,, r. ,1 p.ilarbla by thfclntermonl Drug i"u **[ Tho One Day Coii Cure For cold in Ihr hri.l nnd ton threat JL moire Chocolate, l,,?n? .,..-,?., i>?y Cold Cur?.- u ?' UNIVERSITY OF YIK ,IMi Head ?f Public Si-Ium,i Sjiteraot: DkTARTMKKT HKPKI -1 STtll College. flraduale, Lsw, MtditUi, Hnjrincerinr, LOAN KI NDS AVAILABLE to deserving students. Ilo nn com .3 boat* in Virginia, studeuli in dir .tt^.; uiic Ili-rurtmr-ntA. Html f,,r cUvJ?N IIOWAnn WINSTON, l(. ^,itJ Uslventlly, \a. FOX & PECK, Civil and Mining Enginetrt, Bif? Stono Gap. Va. Harlan,Ky Report* nml estimate* on I foal aadTia her Lands. Di'higu ami I'lniis nf liiiluj Coke Planta, I.und. Railroad ami Sin, I Engineering, Electric lilue Printicf, MAYO CABELL Attorney at Law, Intern.t isi.v lllli STONE GAP, T| .IuiIkc T. M. Alilern.ii. Wise, V? ,tudge ii. W. Kllgore, Wi-r.Y, Alclerson &, Kilgore, Attorneys-at-Law, Wise. Virginia. Offices, Rooms 7 nml 8, second il.--r.ii.iU IOIINSON-MIt.ES-UR1 l K BUILD, INO, opposite tin- Court House, W. S. MATHEWS, ATTORN KY-AT-LAW, Office no Kir.-t Floor Intehnonl HuiMwc. Big Stono Qap, Virginia. Cime All.ultuu lo Calle.-lli.ii, ?uJ I'l. unit KibJihii DR. THOMAS F. STALEY. Ref ractionist. Treats diseases u( Ibe Eye, Ear, Nut and Throat. Will Ik- In Appalai bin FIRST PRlDAi in each in.mill until :i I'. XI. BRISTOL, TENN.-V. D. F. ORR, DKNTIST, BIG STONE GAP, - VA. Office in Polly Hulldlug, Office Hours?rt In Is! n. in.; I to 6 p. ?? It. T. IRVINB. A. KYI.K HORISOl IHVINE & MOKIS?N, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAVV Office in luterinoiii Bonding. Big Stono Gnp. Virginia. MALCOLM SMITH. Civil and Mining Engineer. Polly Huildlng. MIO STONE OAP, VA. Examlsslinsi and Reports, Sun?)?. Plans and Designs. W. T. HUDGENS Attornoy-at-Lnw Office In Skaon Bulldln. BIk Stono Gap. Va. DR. JAMES A. DELANEY Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat. Eyos Examined for Giassos. unlit: Pile Hid. over Minors Dru 9W? BRISTOL, TENN. Dr. C. E. GREEAH, Dentist, Big Stono Gap, - Virginia Oni.-c iu Polly RuUding, iiKi-KK II..I II ?' in is!; i in r, ^ ^ C. R. McCORKLE, Attorney at Law, APPALACHIA, VA_ A. C. ANDERSON, ATTOIINEY AT LAW. Polly Hulliliiifr Big Stono Gap, Virginia Notary '*u^''- _??? DR. G. M. PEAVLER. Treats tilaoase? of the I Eye, Ear, Hose and Throat, BHISTOL. TENN. ! Will bo In Applaachia Third I Friday In Eaoh Menth, atylS-sS-l